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iili' 1\ NOR.\l\(i, JiLlT. 14.
?iminsary Stores.? The mighty
es which the government put into
ield to suppress the lute rebellion,
j it nece^ary that a vast amount
immissary storea should be p ro
il and kop1 ... nveuient points, to
>ly the vutsi-* vf the vast armies
employed. Wheeling necessarily
:ne one of these depots, and the
-iut which has beeu collected and
irsed at this point alone, is truly
lishing. These depots abound
ughout the country, and though
kvar is euded, there are still large |
alities of commissary stores on |
i, and we presume it will 1k> months
ro the authorities will be able Jo
* up their business in this depart -
*5 and dispose of the surplus sup
?. In the meantime there must be
ry considerable loss sustained on
iy of the articles on hand.
o find that there is quite a large
>unt yet in store al this post, the
erumeut buildings on John street
iil tilled with a varied assortment,
?racing considerable quantities of
on, flour, hard broad, sugar, colYee,
?, Ac. The large warehouse on "Water
vt is also filled with bacon. Tin
son has been very unfavorable, and
notice that a considerable amount of
?* bacon has become unfit for uso and
;i have to be sold for a mere nominal!
n. The stores now 011 hand in
lit-eling cannot be worth less than
e hundred thousand dollars, and
s sum is most likely considerably
low the mark.
\t the Wronq House.?A few even
ts since a rather amusing aiTair oe
rred in Kast Wheeling, in which a
rty of young men came out second
st. They had organized themselves
to an amateur band for the purpose
serenading in the most approved
vie a young'couple recently married,
a vine provided themselves with the
?eessary instruments, they proceed
i about midnight to carry out their
.sign. But not being well posted in
;e geography of the neighborhood,
icy unfortunately surrounded the
remises of a widow lady, instead of
those occupied by the bride and
room. Here they struck up a most
nearthly din. The occupant of the
ouse was considerably alarmed and
drprised, imagining for a time that the
ay of judgment had arrived. She soon
iscovered. however, that the beings
vho produced these sweet sounds were
nortals in earthly form, and at once
allied forth to defend her domicil
tgainst their attack. Armed with a
uush-stick she charged upon the foe.
)ne well directed blow stretched the
?ader of the orchestra upon the sward;
he other members of the troupe were
entirely disconcerted by the sudden and
unexpected attack, and inglorionsly
tied, leaving the madam mistress of the
(field. The discomfited gents returned
home without their cakes and beer.
Police Court.?Yesterday was a light
day in the municipal court. John I>is
chon, for disorderly conduct, was fined
SO and costs. Adam Lory, for forestall
ing the market, was also fined $5 and
ccsts. George Mayhew, charged with
larceny, bad a hearing and was com
mitted to jail to await his trial at the
October term of the Circuit Court.
Louis Seebright, a butcher,w as brought
up on th? charge of dressing and
bringing to market for sale, cattle that
had died, and in one instance drowned.
H? wad found guilty of three separate
offences of this character, and was fined
$5 for each offence, this being the ex
treme penalty imposed by the ordi
nance. The ordinance should certainly
bo amended so as to impose the se
verest penalties for offences of this
character. Fine alone is not sufficient
punishment. The man who can be I
guilty of such au offence, should suffer
imprisonment for the remainder of his'
natural life.
Superior article. ? The artificial
limbs sold by Mr. Charles Behler have
proved to be the most perfeet and satis
factory of any yet introduced, t>eiug re
markably strong and simple in their
construction. We cheerfully recom
mend Mr. Behler to all those who have
been so unfortunate as to incur the loss
of a leg or an arm. He can furnish an
article that will as nearly supply the
loss as art can possibly produce. Give
him a call at his rooms on Monroe street,
where samples can be found.
River.?The -weather yesterday was
warm and cloudy, with a heavy thun
der storm in the afternoon. Business
on the landing for the past two day9,
has been quite brisk. The arrivals were
the New .state, from Parkersburg; the
J. S. Hall, from Gallipolis; the Nevada,
for Pittsburgh.
Departed,?Revenue, for Parkersburg;
J. S. Halt, for Pittsburgh, and Nevada,
for St. T.ouis. The river is falling with
twelve feet in the channel.
Rrcc OFP.?Yesterday afternoon Mr.
Henry Daub's team became frightened I
and run away with the lx?er wagon
to which they wore attached. The beer
with which the wagon was loaded, was
scattered along the street, and it is
said that a number of persons in North
Wheeling expressed their willingness
to take care of a keg or two. The wag
on was coitsid^piMy damaged.
Fepkhal Court.?The Court yester
day cave its decision in tho case of Ber
ber &? HofTmnn against the steamer Oil
City. Tlio plaintiff* obtained a verdict
for forty-nine cords of bark at twelvei
dollars n cord. The Court liuyiug con
cluded tho business of tho term, ad
jonrned. A special term will be bold
here in November.
Purify.'?We have been requested to
suggest to the citizens and city author
ities a free use of quick lime in such
localities as need purification. As the
work of cleansing baa been commenced
let it be thorough and complete, neither
should it be delayed until pestlleneo
makes its upi>enrance in our city.
Ahrivkd.?We take pleasure in an
nouncing the arrival of Capt. Win.
Moyston, formerly commander of tho
Earthqunkc volunteers. His numer
ous friends will extend to him a cor
dial welcome.
Advance i>* Nati-s.?Nails advanced
in this market, yesterday, half a dollar
per keg. Tliey quote now at $6 25. Tho
feeling in iron is quite buoyant.
? ??
p Thi: "pouueet box" that Sliukspeare's
fop applied to his nose, -when iucom
moded with the fumes of "villainous
saltpetre," was out oi place in the field,
but our military heroes returning from
their victories, rightly deem thai a li
b*i\on t?( Ph?Wt "Kight Blooming
X)wu?"on lltMr h?nak.rcbtoOi, mdrtn a
? V?1 *? nunkini
J, of Hold
gootp aad
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W II o lena I.e.
M'CLELLAN & KNOX
M n.\BN KTBF.LT,
WHEELING.
^yE havr. jist ri:c?:i\eu or*
Spring and Summer Stock
OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
Which will Ik* sold LOWER than llie SAME
OIT ALJTIES cun U' UtuKhl in P111LADKL
1*11 LA or BALTIMOHE.
iah27 MTI.ELAN A KNOX.
?pcriat ilotirrs.
t ?c ? i-kcau i or tiii: iiaik.
Coco Cream for the Hair.
Coco Cream for the Hair.
Away with your Grey Hair.
Away with your Grey Hair.
No more rancid Pomades!!
No more rancid Pomades!!
you want something elegant.
If you admine delicious Perfume,
If you desire soft and silky Hair,
If you want your Hair preserved.
If you want your Hair to giow
If you want to prevent premature Baldness:,
If you want to bo rid of Dandrutr,
U? the Coco Cream.
Use the Coco Cream.
Use the Coco Cream.
Use the Coco Cream.
Uko the Coco Cream.
Price 35 cents a bottle.
For sale by
LAUGHLIN8 A BFSHFIFLD.
Ju2* Wheeling, W. Va.
WHY NOT rSF. THE It EST?
Over twenty years* Increasing demnd has
established the fact that Mathews' Vene
tian Hair Dye, in the best in the world. It
is the cheapest, the most reliable, and most
convenient. Complete in one bottle. Does
not require any previous preparation of the
hair. No trouble. No crock or stain. Does
not rub oft'or make the hair appeardusty and
dead, but imparts to it new life and lustre.
Produces a beautiful black or brown, as pre
ferred. A child can apply it! Always give?
satisfaction. Only 75 cents per bottle. Sold
everywhere,
A. I. MATHEWS, Manufacturer, N. Y.
DEM AS BARNES 4 CO., New York, whole
sale Agents. mayUO-lyeod
EVERY ONE KUOYI.l> I*SE
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
REN EWER?That splendid preparation f
the Hair, which is fast becoming so popula
and so much enquired for.
No one who has used it will ever give u
ltsu?^.
It is a Vegetable Compound, and contain
no Injurious properties whatever.
It will restore Gray Hair to Its original col
It will prevent the Hair from falling out.
It makes the Hair to grow on Bald Ilea d
It cleanse* the Scalp and makes the H :
soft and lustrous and silken.
It Is a splendid Hair Dressing.
It is recommended and used by the fir s
medical authority In the country.
Be particular to ask for H a li.'.h Veg etam.e
Sicilian Hair Renkwkh, as there is a
worthless imitation In the market.
For sale by all Druggists.
R. P. IIALL A CO., Proprietors,
Nashua, N. II
T. H. LOGAN A CO. and LOGAN, LIST
CO., Wheeling, W. Va., Wholesale Agents.
Jull-Cm
COICATFS HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated TOILET SOAP, in such uni
versal demand. Is made from the Choicest ma
terials, Ls MILD and EMOLLIENT In its na
ture, FRAGRANTLY SCENTED, and ex
tremely BENF.ICLAL in its action upon the
kin. For Mde by all Druggists and Fancy
Goods Dealers. marl5-lydAw
NEW FALL
AND
AV inter Grood.s.
J
,i"?T R,K< FIVF:r> AND DAILY RECEIV
ing a large stock of
FALL & WINTER DRY GOODS,
Consisting of
POPLINS,
UO BURGS,
ALPACAS,
FRENCH PLAIDS,
FRENCH MERINOS,
SILK STRIPED POPLINS,
And a great variety of other Drew Goods to
which I would Invite tin? attention of all
buyer*.
Call and examine before [purchasing else
where, as I am determined to sell at lower
prices tliau any other house In the city.
31. 1IETVAN,
137 Main street. Whaling, W. Va.
mr27-*epll .
NEW GOODS.
DAILY OPENING AT
D. Nicoll & Bros.
VA^OE ERGING. PATENT
Iv ^ alencle Edging and Inserting, English
and Coats, bead tiimp, Silk Gimn Velvet
lllbbon, Fancy Undersleeves and C'uflS Black
Ijico Falls and Swiss t'olarette. Tar>e Trim
mi.,* Wide Bdtlne, LadSiiSPcSuS
J??. Pearl, Coral, Jet. silk
Colored Velvet
Ribbon. Emerle s Crochet Braid, Silk Ein
brohleml Braid, Glltr aiul Jet Beit Buckles,
ai'ri Bow Tuck Coiuhs, Leath'
!f- Butterfly Scarfk, Ladles* and Gents'
^n ^ atfJl tiunr?K Head Nets Water
Cu"s-***?1
Pine Kid Uloves nntl larve nnd well telfrt
M ?e?t of Split, single and iSJub
The above Rood* an* in More nnd fnr rale
n. nicoi.1. * nno..
"ni6M 109 Main Street.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
? AT ?
JOHN HOEMER & CO.'S,
So*. 31 * 33 Maim Street,
CENTRE WHEELING
WTV. TAKE PLEASUBE TO INFORM
>\ owr friends and customers, and the
I-ndles In pftrtitulitr, tbnt we ore receiving
dally large addition* of choice and dotnbie
Ftocy and "Domestic Dry Goods, all of \rhlcli
I w \ntend to sell Cheap for CWh, wholesale
and retail. Coll toon and we for vounelvea,
andohU?e ..-"JOHN RORMRRACO.
I ju24 . -? |
I -K" "?? ? - " ""
???? ?oods.
GREAT EXCITEMENT!
OPKIST^Cr
OK Tit K
NEW STORE.
NEW STORE! NEWUOODS!
HEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
wiioi.rjmi.r. AM) iiftaii..
H
JACOBS & BRO.,
AVE JUST OPENED A LA'RbEl
stocte of Fall and Winter Unw Goods, f
comprising sill tin* latest Paris and Nw York
fashions. Have Just opened the following
assortment :
Bluck and Fancy Silks,
French Merita**-- nil colors.
All Wool PlnKls,
44 44 IVInlurs
Broclie K(]i|is,
Soxaway Stripes,
Coburg>- all colois.
Figured Alpacas,
ATpBcw-nll colors.
Poplins? all colore.
AImi. Hip following>
('Inn Us, Broclie ShawN, All Wool ?lo., I Ma id I
do., black do., ('hildn-u's cloaks an?l Shawls,
i li takings, Ac,
DOHI1STIC (iOODK,
Brown and Blotched Muslins
44 44 Sheetings,
(>lnghain.s Calicoes, Ac.
HOVSKHOLO GtMtDN.
Table PamnskK, IJnen Table Covers, Nap
kins, l.inen Sheetings,Towels, Counterpanes,
Blankets, 4c.
We kave also received a la rue stock of La
thes Kid Glove#*, Silk Gloves, Wool (5loves.
Cotton Hose. Linen Handkerchiefs, Collars
and Setts. Embroideries Inserting*, Hoop
Skirts Balmorals, < 'oix*ts, Ac.
We are dally receiving all the latest style#
of Dress Goods from New York. We will be
most happy to see the ladles of Wheeling and
thesnrrounding country, as wo will !*? pleased
to show our goods, for we are positively hell
ing our goods at New York prices.
JACOBS A BRO.,
109 Main street. Wheeling, W. Va.
JACOBS & BRO.,
Have just opened a store un
der the McLure House, containing a
large stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
which we nfTer at low prices. Our .Mock com
prises the following named goods:
Gents* Fine IJnen Shirts,
4* *? Flannel Shirts,
44 44 All Wool Undershirts,
44 44 44 Drawers.
44 4 4 IJnen Handkerchiefs,
44 Collars,
44 Fancy Neckties,
And everything else In the Gents* Furnish
ing line.
We also offer our stock of Clot hint;, I Tats
and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Va
lises to wholesale dealers. As we intend to
sell our Clothing positively at cost. to iimke
foom for our Pry Goods, we oiler our Cloth
ing to dealers at prices to suit them.
JACOBS A BRO.,
sepe>-6m Mcl.u re House.
U. S. Sanitary Commission
Army & Navy Claim Agency.
NO CHARGE FOR SllRVIGX
JAMES M. SCROGIN, Load Agent.
Office, Graf km, 11'. Va.
nMIE IT. S. SANITARA' COMMISSION.
deslrtne to relieve soldiers, sailors nnd
their families from the heavy e.vj>enses
usually paid for the prosecution of such
claims, have established this Agency, to col
lect pensions, arrears of pay. bounty and
other claims against the Government, without
charf/r or expense of any kind whatei-er to the
claimants.
On application sent to this Agency, stating !
the name and j>ost otlice address of theclaim
rint, the name, rank, company, regiment, ser
vice, and State of the soldier on whose ac
count the claim is mailc, date of discharucor
death, the proper blanks will l>e filled out as
far as possible and forwarded to the person
applying. These can then lie executed nnd
returned to this olllee. where the claim will
be prosecuted to a final issue in the shortest
jiOsslhle time. J}'18^0d Okl
WEST VIRGINIA
Religious Book House!)
No. 2*2 Monroe Sir;. Wheeling-.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A large
nnd splendid assortment of Family and
small Bibles, nil styles nnd prices.
Prayer nnd Hymn Books of all denomina
tions ami In every style of binding:.
Theological and Religious books In great
variety.
Our stock of Sunday School Library, Ques
tion, Hymn.Muslcanu claw Books,Catechism,
Rewards. Spellers, Primers, Tickets, Picture
Cards. Bible and Teacher's helps, are ample
for the wants of Sunday Schools of eveiy
kind. A lilteml donation to all Sunday Schools
purchasing libraries.
A llljernl discount to Ministers and Theolgl
cal Students. GEO. W. STONER,
i/ocal Agent.
? Sole Agent for the most deservedly popular
Sunday School Music Book, "Musical iwiw,"
by Philip PhHips, Cincinnati. decflO-Jul5
NESBITT~& BRO.,
No. 48 .Ifitltt Klrrrt. (VnlrP WliM-llns.
Went Tn.
Manufacturers of A Dealere'ln all kinds of
Tin & Sheet Iron Ware,
Stoves, Brass, Copper and Enamled Kettles,
Fruit Cans, Tnhle Cutlery, Brittanla
Ware, Lamps, Carbon OH,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
Always on hand, a urge and
complete sortment of the al?ove, and
everything else In our line of business, which
we will sell lower for cash than any other
house In the city.
All, goods sold by us are warranted. Ju22
C. HILDRETH & BRO.,
53 Main Street.
WHEELING, ay: v a.
Steel, Window Glass. Printing Paper, Wrap
ing Paper, Plaster Paris, Land Plaster, Ce
ment, Maryland IJtne, Common Lime, Flour,
Shanghai Matches Salt, Wooden Ware, Ac.
Agents for Howe's Improved Counter and
*? Platform Scales.
The highest market price paid/or Rap'*, Flax
seed, Ginseng, Scrap iron, Ac. Jyl3
COVERING'S SYRUf
rpRY LOVER INO*S SYRUP.*' IT IS THE
_L best In the country. For sale by
R. J. SMYTH.
Tin, Copper anlleet Iron Ware;
YTAVDM1 INCREASED MT PACTLITlfci
XI for tlie manufacture of the- above arti
.cles, 1 am prepared to fill all orders promptly,"
and as cheap, or cheaper than canoe 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 am prepar
ed to do all kinds of Job Work In Sheetiron
and Tin and will give such Job*my personal
attention. Spouting and Guttering of all
kinds always on hand. Copper and Brass
Kettles a'nu FrtiitCans of the best kiutl also
very cheap. Merchants and others vlsting
the city will do well to give me a call.
Je2 . R F. CALD>YELU
G. B. CALDWELL,
Attorney* for all military
^Claims, Back Pay, Bounty, Pensions, Ac.
?^"Office?Mefbdeon Bulldinz, rooms form
erly occupied by Caldwell A Boyd, opposite
Bank of wheeling,(upstairs).)
RKFKRENCKSW-Hts Excellcncy A. I. Rore
man,- Govemorof West Virginia. F.-P. Peir
rolnt* Adjutant General of West Virginia. 8.
Brady, tiaihler Merehanta* and Mechanics'
Bank. D. C. IJst, Cashier Banft of Wheeling.
mh7-?n\dtw*w .
Fire Proof Salamander Safes.
JOSEPH A. METTALF,
S6 Main HCkxet,
Is Agent forthesaleof ?<.
BURK A BARNES*
SAPFS
POWDER- I*R6oP LOCKS,
an?l
TAUIT DOORS. , ,
Safes Nos. 1.2.3,4^,0,7, and a, always on hand.
Steamboat Safes, . * I
Jeweler Safes, and
Banker Safes
Furnished to Order at l
Jo28-tr Manufacturers* Prices. |
TTUNTKRH VEGETA BLR WORM
flaw ??&: as """""t.g'
\t - ! . :
[ .1. '.I .
ffimral gtati?&
Commissioner's Notice.
IN CHANCKUT, IN THfe CrfeCDIT I
Court for Ohio County, W?t Virginia:
Alexander lleymun,
vs.
Alonzo Ixiring,
Administrator of the Estate of Jeflbnmn L.
Sailgstou, Deceased.
lly,virtue of a decree mmle nud entered In
thh? Cause on the 2T?Ui day of Mny,ltf?,it was
ndjudgi d, onlercd, nud decreed thai this cause
lie referred tooueofthe CeiminlsKloncnt or this
Court to audit, state, ami settle the Adminis
tration luvountoi the said I.oring, and. report
ttiesmiie to Court, ami also ascertain ami re
port what debts there are against t lie estate of
said Sailgstou still mi|inid, nud also (lie real
properly belonging U? said ivtate, describing
the separate i?rreLs thereof,and whciu ijliu-1
ate. and what port theivor Is cncumlH-rcd by
deeds of tmst orotlidiwl.se, nud the amount of
each encumbrance, and to whom due, and
that lie give four wtvlss not let* hy nilvortlw
uicnt thcieof, published In some ucwspa|>cr
printed in "Wheeling, at. tlie time and place ot
taking such account, and that he also, hy like
advertisement, ?lve notice to till |H*rsous
claiming tobe ?:red i tors uf the said estate, that
they, at the time and place to 1m* named h.v
him, an|N*ar In-fore him and produce and
prove the amount of their respective debts on
pain of having their sahl Hup|*wed debts ex
cluded from payment by said estate,'In ease
they do not respectively at mid time ami
place prove the same, and that his proceed
ings in the uremises with uny special matter
lie uuty deceit i?ert incut, or which he may lie
it-quired by said imrtics, orauy ofthem, *|m*
clally to report, and that new process of sub
po-na issue against Ihciiifiuildctciiduiitvlolin
A. snngston,
CiSMMISsfONKIl'K OKKICE. 1
Wit KKI.INU, W. V A., A ill*. 22, 1805. I
111 pursuanceof the abovu mentioned de
em*, 1 shall, at my office, on Main stu-et.
Wheeling. \\ . Va., on Monday, the 25th diiy
of September 18(15, WMNd to audit,slate, At*.,
the accounts, A*e., as requln-d by the said de
cm*. All ik-jwaw interested are hereby unti
tled to attend.
HANNIBAL forres,
aug2M0fl Master ronnnbsiomaL
tax noticeT"
The tax-payf.rs of onto county
will take nothv.tliM I slinll 1h? preiwu'i'il
to receive the State, County and School Taxes
for the year 18G5.1n llie several Townships, at
the times and places hereinafter mentioned,
and that a deduction of 2U j er cent, on the
.Vrn/r l\ir wll be allowed to tliove who shall
pay nil their taxes on or l>eforc the 1st day of
October, 1805, at the Sheriffs ofllce, or at the
limes and pkices sitecitled, viz:
Washington Tp.?At the First Ward Hose
House*. September IS, 10 ami 20.
Madison Tp.?At the Hope Hose House,
Septemlier 21, 22 and 23.
I lay Tp.?At the Sheriff* Ofllce, September
IS. 10 and 20.
Union Tp.?At the Rough nud Ready Hose
House, Septemlx^r 21,22 and 23.
Centre Tju?At the Fifth Ward School
House, SepfemlM>r 2f?, 20 mid 27.
WebtUerTp.?At Isaac Kn-cw'sStoro Room.
(Henry Echols' old stand,) September 28,20
and SO.
Ritchie Tp.?At tlicSou th Wheeling School
House. September 19 and 20, and at Adams'
School House, September 22.
Trladelnhla Tn.?At F. Hler's,(the place of
voting.) September II, 12 and 13.
Richland Tp.?At Clinton P. O. September
18; at A. A. Allison's Smith Shop September
10, and at Atkinson's School House Septem
ber 20.
Libert j* Tp.?At Valley Grove 1*. O. Septem
lier 1 i ami lo, and ami at Samuel Dell's Store,
West Liberty, Septemlier 10.
JOSEPH SKYROLP,
nngl7-tlll octl Sheriff of Ohio Co.
Aksexsok'* Office, ")
IT. s. Inter. Rkv..2t? i>is. W. Va. >
Nkw Crkkk. W. Va., Aug. 1-t, '05 I
Notice is heresy given that
the lists of valuations and enumerations
of property subject to tax under the "Act to
}?rovlde Internal Revenue to support the
Government, to pay interest on the public
debt and for other purposes," approved June
:*?, ISO! nud the nniendator>' act approve<l
Marvli !H, 1865, made and taken by tlie seve
ral attestant assessors (of tlie divlslonshercln
nfter mentioned) of the SI collection district
of West Virginia, will remain open for the
examination of all persons interested for the
siwice offlfteen (15) days (Sundays excepted)
ftr>m the date hereof, viz: First (1st) division
embracing the county of Morgan: 2d.TInmi>
slilre: Otli. Taylor lOtli. Preston; 11th, Mon
ongnlia. On the 5th of September, at Rerk
eley springs; on the 7th and 8th of Septem
ber, at my office at New Creek; on tlie 12tli of
September at Grafton; on the 13th of Sep
temlier, at Morgan town; on the 14th of Sep
tember, at Kingwood.
At each time and place mentioned np)>enl*
will be received and determined relative to
any erroneous or excessive valuations, assess
ment or enumerations nnidenml taken by the
Assistant Assessors. All appeals must lie
mnde lu writing, s|M*cifyitig the imrticular
cause, matter, or thing, respecting which a
decision is requested, anil shall, man-over,
state the ground'6r principle of inequality or
error?-omplnlnrd of.
nugl6-3w T. R. GARSKADON, Assessor.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Oj)ice<tf fXjflccitir Internal ftrvenur. >
first I'ixtricl of ilV'.i/ Viratnia. i
-VTOTICE IS 11KRERY .GIV^K TO THE
1> Tax-Payers of Wetzel, TAier, Pleasants
and Mnrion Counties, that the LIcensAt and
Incomes assessed for isOS, an* now due and
payable at the following plao-n and times
designated as follows: vhrrr ?,?! when i?n/
virnt tinui be tiim/c, or the law as quoted lie
low. will tie strictly enforced:
"Sec. 28. o o . ? a ml if nny person
smdl neglcct to pay as aforesaid for more than
ten days, it Kball bo the duty of the collector
or his deputy to Issue to such )ierson a notice
to !*? left at Ills dwelling or usual place of
biisiuevM, or l?e sent hy mail, demanding the
im.vmcut of said duties or taxes, statlmrthe
a mount tliereof, with fee of twenty cent* for
tlie issuing and service of such notice, and
with four cents for each mile actually and
necessarily traveled In serving the same.
And If such itersons shall not pay the duties
or taxes, with the penalty aforesaid, and the
fee of twenty cents and.mileage as aforesaid,
within len days after the service or the send
ing hy mall ofsueh notice, It shall lie the duty
of the collector or Ills deputy, to collect the
said duties or taxes, and fee of twenty conts
ami mileage, with ten per centum penalty as
aforesaid." ? ? ? ?
I will be at Burton Augnst 29tli and :!0lh: at
Mannlimtou .list and 1st September; Worth
Ingtou 4th mid rah; Fairmont nth nud 7tli;
Itasnettsvilk* Ktli and Otli; New Martinsville
12thand l.'ttli; Middletiournn-from lfitla to 1sth:
at Slstersvllle huh, and i^tSt. MnrynaKli ami
21st tSepteinlter.
Tax-1*a vers will please lie present at the ap
pointed tiiuesnml places, or leave the amount
or their taxes with some one U> pay for tliem,
and thereby save to themselves* the per cent
age and a*tiC J AS. C. OR1L
Collector First Distric t. W. Viu
HAM*L RILLTNGSLY,
n"g'5 Deputy Collector.
IjAUGlIIi I N'8
OLD HOME BITTERS,
?on?
PRIDE OP VIRGINIA.
To 'Cure Dyspepsia
*To <*ure Dy*pei?sla
To Cure I)ys|>e|Klu
To Cure Dyspepsia
Use tlio Old Home Bitters.
Use tlie Old Home Hitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bittern
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 Bitten.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
"Use the Old Home Bitters.
Loss of Appetite
Lot? of Appetite
Ix>ssof Ap|>etlte
Loss of Appetite
Restored by Old Home Bitters.
Restored by Old Home Bitters.
Restored by Old Home Bitters.
Restored by Old Homo Bitters.
Restored by Old Home Bitten*.
The "Wools made Strobe! I!
The Rick made Well!!!
The Old nmdo Young!! I
The Depressed are brightened!!!
The pole cheek clows with Health
By usIur Old Home Bitters.
By using Old Homo Bitters.
By'using Old Home BIttetv.
By usingOld Home Bit tors.
By usiui* Old Home BiUers.
11 always in ve? snUsuut ion.
It does what we clalin.
It sells rapidly.
It is the only cure for Dyspepsia.
? It is a good Tonic for Feven*.
It Is n Rood Appetizer.
It Lsgood.for acidity of Stomach.
It Is a healthy Stimulant.
It Is chemically 'compounded.
It Is an elegant Preparation. -
Sold by Merchants atni Druggists generally.
Manufactured only by
LAUOHldKa A BU8HFIELD.
Jn2J WllmllUK, W. \'a.
HIGGINS"GAIiLEilY,
Afrntro* Strret ltdtrrrrt iTatn <fc Zfarkrt.
PHOTOGRAPHS-^fAAJN OR FINISHED
in Oil orlrtdlaTnk, from life or copied
old pictures. .
ARD FHOTOGRA-PHS?Particular. pains
en with this popular style of picture,...
?HOTOGRAPh: ALBUMS?At l?w than
burthen? prices.
from old picture*. . .. . JPB
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS?Particular pains
taken r'" ?
PnlMshers' prices.
A pood variety of GILT A ROSEWOOD
FRAMES .will always bo oi\ hand at refumua
ble prices. i deolg
HATS AND CAPS.
8. N. PRATUER,
No. GO Main Stbest.
A LWAYS ON HAND A CHOICB aS'D
A jrarfcjd stock of Hats and Caps for Mead'
ana Boys* wear.
Being desirous of establishing a permanent
trade, both In the city and surmundint! coup
try, aU |lw who luvor mow ?th their patron
age can rely on being.supplied with the best
goods at the lowest figures.
Count ty merchants are particularly reques*
ted to caU and examine my stock. .
novH " . K.N. PRAT1IER.
nrxDiuw.
-
No. l Mackerel.-in kits.
Fresh Ground Corn Meal,
Prime Java Coffee, ?
Pure Mu?tard,
Table Salt, in sacks and boxes,
for sale by ? -? R. J. SMYTH,
:w?t . Cvwr Market and Quiucy bu.
Sill *.rt tTT?^tU./i,I ?? -j.r.y.
VrirfrrrvnwilKiA; OHI/xxii.^jrv $IB.
\V Ili.llnK,
rxximml 0. Front and Nathan T. IllKhle nnrt
V';?;,,Vot,^.0?!nTn,'K:H";;,n?,;nSjohtni
II role, partners as Sherman AC ole, Samuel
Trimble, Siunucl Hazlett and Joseph 6ey
bold, Sheriff of Ohio county.
In Chancery*
The object of this suit Is to subject thecfTfectH
?f u C. Frost A Co., attempted to be utouilfbd
I by the defendants, Sherman & Cole, Siumal
lla/.lett and Samuel Trimble, to the 'Miltyftu -
11ion or the ludRiuont or the plHhUllT.rocov
t-red In the Municipal Court oi \\ lu't-llnR, r?>r
S*JO,4GO S4, and to subject the eQilltablo n.s!Wtts
,,r ilu> said Frost A Co.. to the same end. Ami
the defendant*. Shermnn A Cole,
i??o,,,han,r '"larffiii"'
A copy teste:?Jaooii Bukki.k, I lerk.
nugw Itw ?.?
\\rF>T VIRQWIA, OH IO roC NTY
\\ i lrvulUCoitrti-r^URiihl Uule*, |?V |
r.u.'ln it^rtriiilio^y. V? ,!.lllimviy> |
iuwiiry ii illvono
from'the bond of matrimony. The defen
ilauU Elizabeth A.-UroUaiw*.not being h r**l
d.nt of this State, on motion of the ljlalu
tltl'.lt Is here'ottlL'fcd, tltfit she nppeur ami
answer as defendant In this cause, within one
month after the fourth week, ly puI"" ?C
this coder. 111, UK 1.1%
WrW'SfAllS pV%N T Y
John T. J-o?ah ami Filwsnl tir?vtf. partners
dolnu l ?usTiu'ss in the name and style of Iz>
gan.ureggAt'o.
vs.
one
onle
John Wbt.
The object or this suit Is to
defendant. I Jitn-ity, the *um of $122 .17, with
Interest from Noveinl?er 1st, 18^, and ej>st?or
suit; A uiu-nbJi.H- nttnclmiejit hAVhiu L^ued
add returned served upon tlie Baltimore ami
1 'l-l.t-1 ?!lVl ^ llnflVrty belrtV*
this State, It Is hereby ordered that m np
iHtnr as defendant In this nu? within one
month after the ,.U UK I
A copv teste?JAConUtTKicijK, Clerk.
Ueo W. Caldwell, At'y for Pit f.
nepl-ltdA3tW ;
LITEST VIRGINIA, OHIO COUNTY
YY Circuit Court:?August ltules, l.v>?.
The odd Fellow's Hall Association,
vs.
John J. Robinson, ,.
Attachment in Chancery.
The oljcct of this Mil la to ..blaln Nitbnw
tlon ??r a Judgment in favor of the plidntw
ami against said Robinson for ?91 00, intcnest
rromloth June, 1850, and ^ ,*?t costs, Ac., an
attachnK-nthavhiBiwut^nndwtum^levM
on ti piece of ground In tin* Buenu \ ista au
ditloii to lln- City ?>f Wheeling.
The defendant John J. Kobinson,l>clngn noo
nler.'O..*" """" ''Kffl?"
a copy teste?JACon Bukkus, Clerk.
Wheat A Forbes for eomp It sepl-ltdAJt^
ARRIVAL & CLOSING OF MAII.S,
At llie 1?okI Olllce. WliwlliiR.W. V.
ylrnifJ ot (7wm?/
Eastern Throupb Mail
via c. A IV H. K.,
tor New England
states, Eastern Now
York and Eastern
ovinia | jKJJA.M. MaA.*.
*aSSP*sft.S55
C.AI*. R.R 11:30 a.>1. 9:15A.M.
Tlu?>neh Kastem Mall
via B. A o. B. R. for
Maryland.Delawure
,uA?.i,".v?.-....( gftf.-J:
A. M. 8:00 p. M.
W u v Mail West of
Cumberland, Md 7:00 p.m. 9:luA.M.
Through Western via
OmSh" R...{{1^5.
^vhl'cvntmlu. It'll.' 1M0P.M. 8:00 P.M.
Wheeling and l?ar
kei>l?ur?RiverMnil
?b nd?rr,' Wedms*
day and Friday &(*) a. m.
Wlu-elim; lUid Har
kereburg River Mail
Monrtny, Wednes
day and Friday 0:00 A. M,
ParliershuiK via B. A
O. R. IC., Tuesday,
ThurMlay and Sat- .. ?
unlay 7^0 1'. M.
Heiutrtlold R. R. , '10^? a. m. 2MV. m.
St. ?iairsvllle and - . ..
Bridgeport, Ohio.... ^ IgW a. *. g? A. J.
Martin's Ferry and
Mt. J'leitsant, Ohio.. 11^*0 A. M. 2^10 P. Jt.
Cadiz. Ohio, Monday,
We?lnesday A Frl
day, fro? i*. m.
Cadiz, ohio, Tuepdsy,
Thursday and Sal
unlay :v,V"i 7. MA. II
Bet hany and West
I.Iberty, Tuesday,
niurs?lay and Sat- . ?
nnlaV:.... M. 12^1 P. M.
Rverson'sStatinn, l*j?.
Satunlay.u 4:00 p. M.
"KSSSt ? 'e? A.?.
ATWOMD'H
PATENT DRILLING MACHINE,
PILE DTlTVl^n,
AND
1IYDKAII.H NAM) PVMK.
DRACfTICAIi TESTS IIAVINU FCTU.Y
J demonstrated the superiority of this ma
chine over all others for the pimnn of sink
ing Oil Wells, Hie undeisigncd Is now pre
pared to receive orders for thesame.
This machinery comp^es everything re
quisite for the boring of oil wells, excepting
the STEAM ENU1NE AND CAST IRON
DltlVING PJPE, (hut will l?e furnished, if
desired, at a reasonable nrlcel, and dispenses
with the use of the Derrick Hope, Bull wheel
and other cumbrous and expensive fixtures
new in ruw, and is so Htnuignd, being con
structed on wheels and i*>rtable, that It can
be easily removwl for the purpose of sinking
Wells hi different localith*.
THE DETRITUS is removed from the well
by our Patent Hydraulic process, and does
hot require the removal of the drill from the
Itorlug. This pit***# not only removes all
the detritus in from 6 to 10 minutes, hat like
wise <'ltt*ctunlly clfani out ami opens all the
small oil veins that are so often entirely closed
up by .the old process of sand pumping.
WITH THIS MACHINE and a practical
engineer,? well can lx? Mink from tuo to <?C
Ma within ft period of ftt>n? 15to 30 days artei
the soil pipe lms been driven.
Armngeuients are being made for the con
si ruction and delivery of these machines at
New York, Norwich, Newburg, N. Y., and
Pittsburg, Penna.
For further information, price, terms, Ac.,
address, SIMEON LELAND,
MHTUOfOLtTAN HOTKI*,
auRlO-2nrw New York.
Valuable Property for Sale.
milE.UNPERSKiNED, AH TRUSTEE FOR
X Mrs. Hestor A. Edgington; will wll nt
nubile auction, at the front door of the Court
House of Ohio Cpptv, on
Wc<lnrMlny, tlic|l?t dny of Xovcmber,
1885, at 10 o'clock a. m., if not previously dis
posed of at private sale, the following describ
ed valuable real estate, situated on the Na
tional Road, about three miles east of the city
of Wheeling, and commonly known as the
"Old Race Coureo.''
said property contains about 100 acres, but
has recently been surveyed and divided into
five parcels. Two of said parcels front uj>on
the National Road about 28 poles each, and
extend back about 75 poles, and contain about
13 acreseach.
Two other parcels,square In form and about
equal in size, containing about 13 acres each,
front upon the County road,' which "W the
southern boundary of the entire tract.
The other parcel contains alxiut 60 acres, and
Is immediately in the rear of the above de
serilK-d parcels.in. ? - >
All of said land is under a high state of cul
tivation, and in considered to be the best
land,elther for forming or gardening purposes,
in the county of Ohio. It is also admirably
adapted, both from its position and access!,
billty, for a race course or pleasure grounds.
One of the largest educational establishments
in the West is within one-fourth of a mile or
the aixtve described property.
Said property will be sold in n body or in
parcels to suit purchasers.
Terms made known on day of sale, or hv ap
plication to the undersigned or Mrs. 11. A
Edgington. near the premises, where a plot of
the grounds may be seen. , .,. ,
ftcf&wtd H. S. OOOI>, Trustee.
Commissioner's Sale of Land
In Itroolce County, AY. Vn.
BV VIRTUE OF A DECREE OP THE
Circuit Court for Brooke County. Vn..
(now West Virginia.) pronouncctl on the 22d
tiny of October, 184IS, in rt cause in Nilil Court
pending, wherein James Parkinson J* com
plainant and Benjamin Parkinson, admlni*
t mtor with the will annexed or George Park
inson deceased. nnd others are defendant*,
the undersigned, commissioner, will offer for
mle nt tlie front door of the Court House of
Brooke county, pi\ the ' , ..
SGth tiny or September, 1865,
so piuelyoftbelitnil mentioned In ttighiUimd
proccodinK (being the land near Bethnny, in
*u flj} cien t hj^J?,dno themidcoTn-.
i^ptenlber^lSKV.till paid, opd <
sale as mentioned In said decree. ; . ,
The sale will commence at 1 o'clock P. M.,
and will b^ Qt\ a credit of one, two and three
years, the purchaser giving bond with good
security for the payment or ;the purchase
Ik
money is paid. , . . .
, . BENJAMIN PARK1N&ON,
nugl<-6tw Commissioner.
; f.'? " feBAFPlffti FAPEB. I
1 Ann B*>1A STRAW,'RAO A WHITE
Wiwfg mtfl Pfagrgr J '-f
U KJntY HORKNTH A Ti. * 'A. A. l.KVIUON
H. ROSENTHAL & CO.,
Importers & Wholesale'Dealsti lii*
Brandies, Wines, Gins, I
AI.COIIOI* liOrHBOW, RYE,
M ON O N G A II EL A WHISKY,.
('Htnwlm WIiipn, Ac.,
j ^IniuifrtcJujTOisof
Cider Vinegar, Domestic Wines &c.,
A'o. 21 Main Street,
(lu mom formerly oceu pled by Pry or A Frost,) I
WHEELING, W. VA.
S'VOCRAWKli HYffiHK lilRKRAjLiPAT
ronAc* IpfetuToi extended ft thift Mouse,
.wJiav^ aLtirnfl,'on^:6# tile lavgtal mul best
It nuted warehouse in the oily, w liera we jvill
have excellent facilities for receiving ami
shipping our goods. Wo huve ntt.il up the
house In the latest itml iiiiinI approved* man
ner, for llio manufacture of I In* celebrated
Host. Whisky and superiorCider Vinegar.]
Tin* l>est brands of every thing usually kept
, lu a llnit cIom* liquor store contJnuuiiy oil
bond and formdeat tlio lowest priivs.
fch7-ly
llKNKYSniMUI.HACII. * (IKOUOR rELIJCK.
H. SCHMULBACH & CO.,
NO. 0 Monuok St., Wiikki.ino,
? Ini]>ortertt& Dealers l.u
Brandies, Wines, Gin,
Mouonipilieln. lloitrbon mid
It Y R W II I N K V ? |
Kk kv < to nhta n tl y on?4U)'a fhll.
' supply 6f the l>est.brands of everything
I In tlmir line.
?irWe manufacture tlio i?est of
('l?KK VI.M'.tJAR.
ll.SCHMULBACHA CO.,
? No. 0 Moure street, In ropm formerly occu
piedby S. 1. lllock.' JeM
J CUKK I,. ZANK. H. y. Mil.I.till.
i. /.am: a- co.,
rntjumier* Dtalrra in Poretgn ?fr Domestic
| WINES & LIQUORS,
Manufacture nt of
I? r R K OATAWBA WINKN,
Qulncy St., bet. Main A* Market Sis.,
WlIKKtlNb, W. VAL
Keep constantly on hand bran
dies,Scotch and Irish Whiskies, Jamalce
J Hums and Cordial, Choice Old Rye and Bonr
**"' ^'bi?klcs. ? j *Op27
, Stanflnrrt,Ernies.
Howe's
IH
I SAM'I. OTT. ? MOBOAN U OTT. WM. H. 1IAIL
SAMUEL OTT, SON & CO.,
Agent* for
PAIRWANK8'
STANDARD SCALES,
\ dapted to every rranoit oe
business where a correct and durable
Scale Lh required.
Connter Scales of every Variety,
PORTABLE and dormant scales
FOB STOKES,
HAY AXn CATTLE scai.tc*.
Wttrthmue atul Ti aiispoi-tqtivn Settles,
| Scales for drain ami Klour?Scales for Hal -
roads?Scales for Coal Dealers and Mliicri
?Cotton and Sugar Scalcs?.Farm and
Plantation Scales?Post Oftlco
Scales?Bunker and Jewel
ers' Beams?Weigh
masters' liwims,
ftp.,Ac.,4c.
All of which are warranted In every partic
ular. Call and examine, or send for an Illus
trated and descriptive circular.
N. B.?These Scales have all aterl berrrina*,
which purchaserswill And upon examination
Ih not the case with other scales offered fra
gile In.this city, which are represented to be
"ospoodu* FarrhanksV* A wale with cast
Iron bearings, cannot re durably accurate.
SAM'L OTT, SON ?fc CO., Agents,
Wholesale Dealers In
Hnrdwnre, Saddlery Hardware. Ac.,
Cor. Market * Monroe stn., oppositeMeLure
| House, Wheeling, W. Vu. marl4
C. Ill Lit RET II A- IlltO..
5.3 MA15 Street,
. lyH^KLIXUf w. VA.
Standard Scales,
AY OR CATTLE, platform, COUN
ter and Grocery Scale*.
HOWE'S ARMY SCAI.EN,
I Adopted by the Government as the Stand
1 aid Scales.
Every Scale warranted.
P.C. IIILDRETH A HHO.,
feb5 Agents fqr the Matiufaeanvr
| WHEELING IRON WORKS.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
No. 15 Matn Sthekt, . '
ACHESON, BELL & CO.,
mANTTFACTPRERS OP AND DEAL
ere In?
Merrhant Bar, Armor Plates,
Dandy and Heavy Tire, Sheet Iron,
Rounds and Squares, Tank Iron,
< ivals. Half Ovals, Plow Wings,
Half Round*, " Nails, Wire, Ac.
A Superior Qnalltj of
II O USE HIIOE JIA It ,
Of our own manufaetnre, now on hand.
*arPrompt attention to all order* ap6
1841?P. a_a?1865.
Photographs.
AMBROTYPEH,
cari^m
, And ail kindsof Llkenrsnes, from tlierheap
est to the best life size Oil Painting, and the
I place to get them.
Partridge's,
117 Main Street?first door.
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 verybest pic
tures that can lie made.
A L R IT M N ,
At retail, at wholesale prices. The largest
stoek and best assortment In Uiv western
| country. ? decJS.
New Store! New Stock!
| CIIEAPEB THAN EVER.
JOHN H. KOBINSON,
TTAR FITTED CP THE FrNE' tAIttlE
JTL room/onnerly occupied by John Bishop,
No. 168 Main Street, between Union aud
Madison, and opened the finest stock of
BOOTS, NHOEN AKI> OA1TERN
Ever offered In this city, selected by himself
and bought at a great .sacrifice since the de
cline. Now'a the time to boy. Save:your
money by buying at
apffl-Cm 158
Main Strket, "Wheeling.
O. "w. JOHNNOX A BON,
Manufacturers of
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
HAVING AVAILED OURSELVES OF
. all tile Improved Caci titles, we are better
prepared now than ever to fljl all orders for
any article or work In the above line or busi
ness. Vallies and Conductor* made to order.
Steamboat work done in a substantial and
workmanlike manner. We are now jxvylng
particular; attention to tbiH brancli of the
trade, and can guarantee satisfaction in every
particular. To Wholesale Dealers we can
offer inducements that cannot be found else
where. Our stock of Waro Is complete, and
the assortment in full at all times. We keep
a stock of the latest and most approved pat
terns of Cool and Wood Stoves on hand at all
times. G. W. JOHNSON A SON,
No. 179 Market Square,
Jy28 W iireuko, W. Va.
1865. FALL TRADE. 1865
1VHKTU ORATED,
NO. 30 MONROK STHKKT.
New Style Parlor and.Hall Papers,
Centre Pieces, Gold and Velvet,
School Books, Blank Books.
Memorandum Books, Copy Bo^ks, Ac.,
Fancy Goods, Toys, Ac.,
GOLD PENS,
Morton's Celebrated Gold Pens and Holdeis,
. Faber's Lead Pencils,
Cheap Lithographic Pictures,
NEW NOVELW,
Also, all tl?e old first class Novels, by Dickens,
Lever, 8cott, Ac.
Photograph Albums,
anglu Fancy Sliowpards, 4c., d-e
Lynn's Cumberland Cement
An unequalled article for all kinds or
MAHONRY
where water la to be resisted or great strength
required.
Foundation In Wet and Damp Places, .
Linings for Gasometer Tanks.
> ' CISTERNS, ?
Granting ft* Warehouse, Cellar or Kitchen
Floor, and all purposes forwhleh cement is
Supply always on hand and fbr sale by
. _ * JOSEPH A. METCALV,...
JuflB-if MMainstroeL
?piSO, CORE FOR CONSUMPTION. A
HAIM.
KEGS ASSORTED BIZ
i.top un??
?ipuuiirwmij; -
J. M. HUliOIKON, D. D.8...8. II. M'OOBMICK.D. D.tt
minuiftoar * mccormick,
(Successors to Dr. E. G. Winchell,)
DENTISTS,
, Ma. Hit )??>*?}
' tin J> '? ' WlrKrt.rNi). \V. VA.
A. WINUEBTKR,
DENTIST,
No. OS Marker Street,
NO. W. VA.
AUK. HOlIEltTSON, >1. I>. T. l.UN8KOKI>, A, M,
ROIIKItTNO.V A L(T2VKFOR?,
SURGEON DENTISTS,
No. l-is Market Street*
dec!9 WHEELING, W. VA.
IIIAV. I
Wrif JW??
l'i\T<IV. ItONI.ON .?? (lUI.KIlAY,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Proline* *V Commission Nrrc hnnU,
Nos. a* nnil 61 Main St.,
iiovl wheeling. W. VA.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Wheeling-, W. Vn.
Office on Main street, two doom north of M.
6 M. Rank. myl-tfm
JOHN MeWEU. A CO.,
DEALERS IN
Cliina, Glass & Queensware,
J, A M P H , O 1 T-. M ,
? AND ?
?.AMI* FIXTrREH,
nov2P-l^v ^ yo. 40 Mnln Street
STEPHENS & SMITH,
Attorneys for Collectlng
Pensions, Back Pay, Bounty
A XI) ALL CLAIMS AG A TA'/ST THE
< ao vfuxMwt.
Ofllce over the Bank of Wheeling,
fob27 Main Street, Wheeling, 1U. Va.
CII AH. II. BERRY,
:Non. IS A 19 Water Nt.,
: ! Mnnuliieturor and iDraler In
Manilla, Hemp, Cotton anl Jntc Rope,
Bedcords. Lines-Twines, Tar, Pitch, Oak
um, Blocks, Fishing Tnckle. Gum
Hose, Belting, and Packing,
Jy20 Fire Brick,Tile A Clay.
4 ntfivriEMi,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
And Dealers In
Paints, On^, Dys-Stcffs, Chemicals, Es
sential Oiks, Patent Medicines.
Perfumery and Druggist*'
SUNDRIES, Ac.. Ac., [
' Tvo. 72 MAIX STREET.
ttprio
HODMAN'W
Inspection and Laf Tobacce
WAREHOUSE.
No8.50, 01 and 63 Front, ami 152, ft! and Ofl
Water, bet. Vine A Walnut Sts.,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
MTRetnrns promptly made.
CHA9. BODMAN, Prop'r.
P. IIIgATT.; inspector. ,may?l-6m
COV.VF.I.I.Y. FARD A? CO.,
Manufacturers of No. 1
Illuminating. Carbon Oil,
and
W E IV 55 Q x, 33 .
Also a very 1
SUPERIOR LUBRICATING OFL,
Successfully In use for cars, locomotive
engines, spindles and other machlnerv.
*?" Office and Works, corner of.5th A f,ind
sny streets, Whekltno. W. Va. febl2
JOHN BROWN.
SUCCESSOR TO
W.Y1CEH J* U OWN,
ISO Main Street,*
kWHEELING, W. VA.
"PHOTOGRAPHS OF A LI. SIZES ANT)
I styles, India Ink, Oil and Water Colon,
finished in the latest stvie*.
A large assortment o'f Gilt and Rosewood
h nimes. Also a variety of Fancy and ('heap
Cases.
Old Pictures copied to cards or life-sire,
nart'all and examine. aprlfl
Philadelphia Bonnet Depot
Sign op the Red, White a Bi.ue Bonnet.
.1 . 33 . W Ali T 33 It M,
No. IG2 Main Street,
Y'-KFPS ipNwATLVI'0N",^Nn*,A
J\ splendidiwmrtment nf Mllliiierv <ii??ls,
Ilnnnrls, IjtdlM' lil.tlnc IIdikiuhI fliiw. untie
latest l'artantyli'. Also, Clonks and Muntllliis
?f the Intent style.
?WCjiMom .work promptly attended to.?
tllenetiliig iinu Ptemlng done tit the shortest
110H?1 inyj
on. Ncn- Firm. ittan.
WlMBp, woonn A CO.,
Importeni*nnd TVnlem in
China, Glass and Queensware,
K1TlSS.M,V,AX.ANI> -HOUSE FURNISH
ING UOOTH, rMlrP8.CHIMNEYS,
OIL, Ac., Ac., Ac., *
JToi 8 Main Street, Wheeling. ir. Va.,
Opp. Street leading to B. A. O. R. IL Po>wenger
I>ei>ot, and next door to John Reld.
A *'3XAY8 HAND."A IiAROE STOCK
JA ore ommnn, Stone tuui Yellow Ware, and
Window Glass. aplfl-tf
o. H. IIOOTH. j. c. JELLY.
W. ?. 1IATTEI.I.E. JOHN MUI.RINK.
BOOTH. BATTEM.IJ A ?'<>.,
' ' tMibclasdn to CbfirrtJ J*/Vrfrr,J
DEALERS IN
PAMILY GROCERIES,
Rnnt Stores, Province.
FRESH A CtTKED^ MEATS, LAKE ICE A
CANNED FRUITS, Ac.,
Corner Monroe and Water Streets,
WHEELING, W. VA.
TN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE
iirA iT-k? ^."rfBoat.mul it Is thodesisn
of the Arm to do a Forwarding and commis
sion and storage business, act n* Steamboat
Agents and furnish all desirable Information
pertaining thereto.. . jyi-i
C: H. DEITERS,
Manufacturer of
FINE & COMMON CIGARS,
And Dealers In all kinds of
niKWINti AX? LEAF TOBACCO,
NO. 11 Water St rat, (north of Sprlgg House,)
' ' augH-lm wheeling, W. VA.
W. J. COTTS. ISAAC COTT9, JR.
W. J. COTTS & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
Groceries, Liquors & Produce,
' ? No, 189 Market Squnre,
augS-flm WHEELINO. W. VA.
T. H. I.OfiAX A CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Mavr removed to thfur new
Warefooms, No. 47 Main Street, and
8 Qulncr Street.
oar Main Street Entrance, next door to Ba
ker A Hopkins. Qulncy street entrance, near
Bait. & O. R. R. Depot*, and wharf.
Drugs, Paints, Oris,
Medicines, Varnishes, Brushes,
Window G i. ass, Pf.rfumeuifs,White Lf.ad
Offered trt toSS^SSlyMflrtnnto', at
low prices ami of the Itrtt quality.
Cash and prompt customers are Invited to
call. apl
McCabe, Kraft & Co.,
MOLmiE* DRUGGISTS'
NO. 85 MAIN STREET,
AVlieolInpr, "\V. Vn.
A IjAUGK A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
"Drop*, Paints, "White I<ead,
Medicines, r Oils, Brushes,. -
Always on hand, which are offered to the
trade at low figures.
Purchaser are respectfully Invited to call.
; maw, t\'j.\\ .'-j .....
H. CHANOLE. J AS. SAUELU R. CHAN OLE.
fRANGLE, DAI.ZELL * CO..
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Ko. 33 it 40 Monroes-121 Market St.,
?pra WHEELING, W. VA.
E. P. Rhodes. c. II. RnoDca;
E. p; RHODES & SON.
(Ruccesnont to Rhodm A Warfleld.)
Grocers & Comtalssion Merchants
BBIDOr.PORT, Ohio.
gitM.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
?rnrrMMHUKi) Ad A bepitue
from miA<iir.By.j?
TBKOtrLrPzji CK WHERE A OUHKVAN
JlKOHTAItTKD.
TvR. johnkton iiahpihoovkrkd thk
I J most t'ertHlli, Hix-wly and only
"Ri iintH ID lh? world hirnll Private THwiifj-h,
wKwol th? BlK'k nml l lmtm.Ktrlrtun*,
AirCclloiwofthu Ktdnoyxunil Hlndtlur, Invol
untary iiik-iimko". Im potency. Owicm! D?.
HUmi SSSS^AS^StlS- +?riBE%S?8gll
SriSSJ fwST* th^HoUtary H?WU of YouU>-.
i ?KSe?icrRKrftnd solitary more-fatal
to their victim# Umn? flu* hour Of Syrens to
thoMaHnum of 4J1 ymm. blighting tl?elt most
brilliant Mopes or unttclpatioiMJ, rendering
marriage, Ac., Impossible.
YOIW? MEN
Especially, nrhO have becotne tho victims of
Solitary Vice, that dreadful and jd&tjljctlve
habit whWb annually hvnjm[to on Untimely
grave thousands of YOtmg Men of the mr*t
exalted talents and brilliant Intellect. who
mhiht otherwise have entranced listening
Senates with the thunders of eloquence. or
waked to nestaey the living lyre, may call
with full confidence.
MARRIAGE.
Married Peroons, or Young Men contempla
ting marriage, being aware of pliytdctU Weak
nm, organic debility, deformities speedily
lie who tiftaces himselfunder tho care of Dr
J., may u Krlouidy con tide In JUs honor as
gentleman, and confidently rely upou hit
Mclll tui a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNKH8
Immediately cured and full Vigor Restored.
This distressing affect Ion?which renders
life and marriage impossible!* the penalty
nald by the victims of Itnproi>er Indulgences,
Young person* are too ant to commit excess*
from not being aware of the dreadful coiim
iiucunt* that may ensue. Now. who tlint un
derstands the sultfect will pretend to deny
that the power of procreation Is lost sooner
by those falling Into lmprpper habits than
by tho prudentt Besides being deprived of
tne pleasure of healthy offspring, the most
serious and destructive symptoms to both
iKxly and mind arise. The system become*
deranged, the Physical and Mental Functions
Weakened: Loss or Prooreatlve Power, Nerv
ous Irritability,Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the
IleaH, Indigestion, Constitutional Debllity
a Wasting of the Frame, Cough, Consump
tion, Decny and Death.
Ofllee, No. *7 Konfli Frederlclt Ntmt,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street'
a few doors from the corner. Fail not to ob
serve the name and number.
Letters must lie paid nnd contain a slam p.
The Doctor's Diploma hangs In his office.
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
JVo Mercury or Nawtcout Dnigt!
I>I?. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Burgeons'
London. Graduate from one of the most emi
nent Colleges in the United Stntes, and tho
greater part of whose life has l>cen spent in
the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia
and elsewhere, has effected some of the most
astonishing cures that were ever known:
many troubled with ringing In the head and
ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed atsUdden sounds, bashfUlne$s,-witli
frequent blushing, attended sometimes wltn
derangement of mind, were cured immedl*
"" '^ TATTE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addrefw-s all those who have Injured
themselves by improper Indulgence and *oll -
tary habits, which ruin both body and mind,
unfitting them for either business, study, so
ciety or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy
effects produced by early liabits of youth, vir.
Weakness of the Rack and Limbs, Pains in
the Head, Dimness of Sight. LowMMuecoIm
Power, Palpltat Ion of the Heart, Dyspepsia,
Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Di
gestive Functions, General Debility, Symp
toms of Consumption, Ac. _ ,
Mentally.?The fenrAil effects on themlnd
are much to Ins dreaded?Loss of Memory
Confusion of Ideas. Depression of Bpints, E\',.
Forbodlnes. Aversion to society, Self-Dlstrm'.
Love of t^olltude. Timidity, &c.t are some f
the evils produced. _ ..
Thousands of persons of all ages can nov7
udge what Is the cause of their declining
wealth, losing their vigor, becoming weak,
pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singu
lar appearance alwiut the eyes, cough ard
symptoms of conFumption.
YOUNG MEN
Who have Injured themselves byacerta.'n
practice indulged In when alone, a habit fre
quent lv learned from evil companions, or at
school, the effects of which are nightly fblt,
even when asleep, and If not cured, rendeis
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
and bodv, should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of
hLs country, the darling of nIs parents, should
be snatched from all prospects raid enjoy
ments of life, by the consequences of devia
ting from the path of nature and indulging
In a certain secret habit. Such persons, must
before contemplating
MARRIAGE,
Er fleet that a sound mind and body are the
n.oet necessary requisites to promote connu
bial l?- pplnef*. Indeed, without these, tlie
Jourm. ' through life becomes a weary pil
grimage: the prospect hourly darkens to tho
view; the mind becomes shadowed with des
Bilrnml tilled with the melancholy reflec
on that the happiness of nnotlier becomes
blighted with our own.
DISEASE OP IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided nnd Imprudent votary
of pleasun* finds that he has Imbibed the
seeds of this painftil disease, it too otteu liap
pens that an ill-t imed sense of shame, or dread
of discovery, deters him from applying t<?
those who. from education ami respectability,
can alone befriend him, delaying till the cr?n
Ktitutlonal symptoms oi uns horrid disease
make their api>earance. such as ulcerated sore
t&oat-, diseased nose, nocturnal nalns in the
tiead and Umbs. dimness of sight, deafness,
nodes on the shin-bones and arms, blotches
on the head, face and extremities, progressing
T*lth frightful rapidity, till at last the palate
of the mouth or the bones of the nose fall In,
nnd the victim of this awful disease become i
a horrid object of commiseration, until death
puts a period to his dreadful sufferings, by
sending him to "that undiscovered country
from whence no traveler returns."
It is a mdanehotv fact, that thousands fal
victims to this terrible disease, owing to tlio
unskillfulness of ignorant pretenders, who. by
the use of that deadly jmurfn, Merctirj/, ruin
the constitution, nnd make the residue of lffo
miwisWe.
STRANGERS,
Trust notyonr lives or health to the care or
many unlearned and worthless pretenders,
destitute of knowledge, name or character,
who copy Dr. Johnston's advertisements, or
style themselues, in the newspapers, regular
ly Educated Physicians: incapable of curing,
they keep you trifling mouth after month,
taking their filthy and ]>oisonnuscomi>omids
or as long as the smnllest fee can I>e obtained,
nnd In despair, leave you with ruined health
toRlgh over your own galling disappointment.
Dr. Johnston is the only Physician adver
tising.
His credentials or diplomas, always hang In
his ofllce.
His remedies or treatment are unknown to
all others, prepared from a life spent in the
great hospitals of Europe, the first in the
country, and a more extenslve^>n'ivj/?* practice
than any other Pliyslclnn In the world.
INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this institu
tion year after year, and tho numerous Im
portant Surgical Operations performed bv
Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of
the "Sun." Clipper," and many other papers,
notices of which have appeared again and
again before the public, besides his standing
as a gentleman or character and responsibili
ty, is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY' CURED.
I ??~No letters received unless post-paid nnd
containing a stamp to be used on the repW.
Persons writing should state nge,and send por
tion of advertisement describing symptoms.
JOHN M. JOHNSTON, M. D.,
I Of the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore.
! feb!5-ly? Maryland.
CATARRH I
DR. R. GOODALE'S
Catarrh Remedy.
THIS MODE OF TREATMENT IS
The Acme of Perfection!
It Cures Hay, Rose and Periodic Catakbh.
It Cures Catakbh In all its Types and Stages.
It Cures catarrh, and averts Consumption.
It Cures Catarrh and Pain In the Temples.
No violent Syringing of the Head.
The Sense of Taste and Smell Restored.
l?OR CENTURJB3 CATARRH HAS DE
JL fled the skill of. pliyslclans and surgeons.
No medical work contains a prescription that
Vfffleradlcate it. Nothing save Dr. Good ale's
NoformofCatnrrhcan withstand lis fcearcb
lng power, and no mode of treatment ever af
forded such Immediate relief, or gave sucii
universal satisfaction.
It penetrates to the very seat of this disease
and exterminates it; root and branch forever.
JYom the iV. Y. Commercial Advertiser.
Hay, Rohk. Axn Periodic catarrh.
Dr. R. Goodale s t.atarrli Remedy and mode of
treatment, not only affords the greatest re
llerin every variety of Catarrh, but It extin
guishes the disease forever in all Its tames and
Kvery one sneaks well of it.
ifricetLOO per.BotOe. Bend a stamp fbrDr.
Goodale h New Pamphlet on Catarrh, its per
fcet mode of t rraUnent and rapid cure, infor
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4\)U Wheat; 200 BarrelsEolipnejast recelv
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