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Gajck.?The present season has been
? very favorable one for thoae who de
light In banting and fleMng. Game
mud flsh have' been unuauiUyplentv
conseqdently a law nambi. of our
citizens have been Indulging in the
pleasures of the Hportstnan. Hunting
"?d ??bln? Bare been the order
or the day throughout the summer and
f-dl, and, as yet, there seems to be no
abatement of the ardor of those engaged
In the pursuit. The numerous hunting
parties have been remarkably success
ful, and fine strings of boas and Jack
have rewarded the efforts of the flsher
men The squirrel ramily have had
tbe1' "PPOarauce ln
rods who have been engaged in the
slaughter. It is true that some ill na
tured people.charge that some of oui
InfESi am*tf^ sportsmen do nol
JL.Vu ^f ?atno in a Professional style,
?with villainous powder and lead, bul
are in the habit of bringing down the
squirrels and birds, and decoying the
innocent fish ashore, by a free use ol
postal currency. Of course there is
not the slightest foundation in fact for
these regular roorbacks, which arc
originated by those who are jealous and
spiteful over the success of skilled and
scientific sportsmen, whose veracity
U unimpeachable, and who would nol
stoop to such mean advantages over the
inhabitants of the stream and the for
est. Our fishermen, particularly, an
too earnest and faithful disciples of the
immortal Isaac .Walton, to muketheii
captures in any other than a legitimate
manner. Your true fisherman rises be
tlines, breakfasts on hard tack and cold
Hitch, shoulders a pack which would
astonish a stubborn mule, and with v
flask of corn juice in his pocket, starb
for tho field of his operations, which
having reached, he lays aside* his bur
den. adjusts his line, baits his hook and
wades fn up to his waist, and become*
obnoxious to all the surrounding. Hin
wnipt vision is centered upou the spot
where bis hook is supposed to bo, and
nought on earth oan tempt him to
withdraw hisgase. He stand* for houra
a monument of sublime patience; he is
waiting for a bite ! lint 1& his elbow
onco feel the delightful tintellations
firniisml Kv ?? r.M< ? i i < . I
excitement; ho stands on tlp tM
stretches out his arnmnnd steps lightly'
?LL""m i* ts hopk*l end tho line
goes hissing through tho waterat a rate
S y "8lonl**l*lng. All the skill ol
the fisherinrn is now brought
bass secured, the finsk is produced and
on inward npplication of tho contents
is found necessary. In fact, the pota
JhTLrT* J<* counteract
tho effects of liio water upon the sys
tem. Such is tin! life of Wheeling fish
ermen, i.ml they are a numerous class
and rapidly increasing. Our West Vir
ginia Hirtiimsahoiind In the finest kinds
of fish, but unless the protection or the
law is thrown an>und them, the reckless
and indiscriminate manner In which
they I(re captured, without regard, to
season or method, 'must win destroy
them, tor some years past squirrels
have been soiree in this vicinity. This
year, however, there seems toliave been
a largo Increase in the number, as it Is
an animal of niignitory habits. We
supimso that tho abundance of mast
has attracted them from less favored lo
calities, and they are paying the pen
alty of their rashness In venturing so
near the numerous double-barrels
which have lieen rusting In the closets
,r. ?n.,icnt, some of whotn ore
S B i "T of weapons,
while in tho hands of others Miev am
ISTfeelly harmless. Momo or these
greenhorns, who imagined that thov
won. regular Haldol ftoons, have been
on tho war-path, but haveuuly succeed
ed in burning a large quantity of pow
der and making a great deal of noise, to
.I" K**"} H'"r'n of the people who re
side iu the vicinity of tbeir operations.
! hone parties go In companies of linlrn
dozen or more and lr by nccident they
succeed in trcelngsomo simple squirrel
they at onco surround the tree and keen
up a constant rusllade untU they SOTre
it to death, exhaust their ammunition
or night puts nil end to their nonsense!
W o have aeon such chaps aud witnessed
their perfortnsnce. llut take it all iu
all and the snort Is excellent, the exer
clw healthful, and the season has been
all that the most earnest sportsman
could desire.
Tub I.ocai??The position or a Local
Is not tho most agreeable oiio in the
world, and thedearpeoplowhoaro over
ready to tlnd fault with his short cotne
Ings, are far from realizing tho trials
which ho undergoes in endeavoring to
satisfy their Varied expectations, lie is
supposed to know every thing, see all
that happens and considerably more,
and if nothing is transpiring worthy of
noto, of courso It is the fuult of Sir. Lo
cal. Theso facts have been brought
home to ua very forcibly during the Fast
JV??"?*?, I* * perfect famine in
loealnow. and wo suspect
that distillers arc watering tholr whis
ky. We have had neither flghta. murT
dors or robberies to record: no riots
or runaways. In fact, there
seems n disposition upon the part of
every l>ody to do nothing In our line.
o have spared no cllort to get items,
and yet we havo failed. We Tmvo put
on our blandest smiles and gently in
sinuated to loading citizens that wo
wfW "ke to be lasted In regsnl to
""If affairs Innnlred as to the
P.,'o?tr any marriages occurring
in their families soon, or any other mat
tor of goneral and publio Interest.- In
almost every instauco our laudable
efforts have been met with strong bints
that we had lietter mind our own busi
supposed yfo wore
doing. To have, therefore, como totho
i?" " ^ "hould Uan
individual of extraordinary parts and
unusual attainments. Ue should bo a
walklngeuuyclopedlaorusefbl informa
tion, versed iu sclenco and phllosophv
have a smattering of tho law, a fineeir
^J*i?t n pSitcd In Po'l't" and
versed in the fashions; possess a sen oral
fhnd of allother kinds of Information
to which should bo added polished man
ners and Bne personal appearance; ao
ooinpanled by tremendous rnusclo and
goodjerma with everybody ,fear nobody,
and dnally possess an unlimited ca
pacity to stow lager. With these and
a row other nwctwary qualifications, the
chin miuht be able, in time, to become
? good local.
A Decidkd Hosor.?Brevet-Brigadier
General Henry Capehart, who com
manded our lst,Sd and 3d West Vir
ginia cavalry regiments under Sheri
dan all through the campaign ooov
?e^2LnF '"J f*" n,,d ending with the
surrender of I?, has been Tirevetted
?<>?nk """eh from the
l. . *ae, tsti.% for conspicuous
^s^tss&SSSB
officers themselves, have shown us
of <h?tr quick apprecU
orfina,^ k'rly 9U,,UUes Jn
.tP2f,?*"7T,'Pro *ere two ca8?* before
the Police Court yesterday. One indi
vidual, who had been guilty of some
disorderly oondnct at the Grant House
some three weeks slnco, Imt who had'
?caped the argus eyes of the notice
n" overhauled and oalled'
?kSrov^? he
gassaagfldE
make ? satisfactory e*p^SS5cS?
A Mod? Drto Stork.?We love to
commend merit wherever It to found,
whether It be in science, morals, busi
nee or politics. We therefore take
pleasurelhsaying'thstour friend Bock*
, * $n^^Druggtot,imd thorough,
ly understands his business. His well
| lcept Drug ?tore at NO.I, Odd Fellows'
Hall, is a model of neatness and perfbc
tion. His assistants are sklllftil and
accommodating, while his store room is
filled with the purest drugs and choicest
perfumes, and the utmost care is exercis
ed In compounding prescriptions, a duty
which long experience enables him to
discharge with a promptness and fideli
ty that the public have learned to appre
ciate. He has also a Splendid assort
ment of toilet; articles, anch as fancy
soaps, brushes, Ac. In fact, everything
usually kept in a first class Drug Store,
will be found atBocking*a1n great pro
> fusion and of .the finest qualify.- Book
ing knows just what the public requires
and is prepared to satisfy every want in
his line or business.
The Grand Lodge of the United
States of the Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, at their late session, held
in Baltimore, granted charters for a
Grand Lodge and Grand Encampment
for the State of West Virginia, to be lo
cated In the City of Wheeling. These
grand bodies will be instituted at Odd
Follows* Hall, in this city, on Tuesday
the 5th day of December next.' The
Grand Sire of the Order has deputised
the Grand Corresponding and Record
ing Secretary of the Grand Lodge of
the United States, James L. Ridgely, of
Baltimore, to officiate, who will be as
sisted by other prominent members of
the Order. The Odd FellowB of this
city contemplate celebrating the occa
sion by some demonstration of a public
character, as a large number of the
members of the Order will be in at
tendance at the session of the Grand
Lodge and .Encampment.
West Virginia La.no Scrip I?Gov.
Bore man advertises in another column
for sealed proposals till December 1st,
for the 160,000 acres of United States
land warrants, donated to this 8tate for
the endowment of an Agricultural Col
lego in West Virginia. These warrants
may be bought in lots as' small as 160
acres; and may bo located on any pub
lic lands of the United States subject to
entry at ono dollar and twenty-five
cents per acre. They may be bought j
for much less than a dollar and a quar
ter per acre, and entitling the holder to
lay them on public lands anywhere, of
fer to our people, of both large and
small meann, a safe and promising in
vestment. Wo suppose our West Vir
ginia capitalists will feel some pride,
too, in taking up this; scrip ana pro
moting the noble branch of industry
the fund is to endow.
River.?We have no change to note
in the stage of water since our last re
port, the river remaining at a stand
with about eight feet in the chan
nel. The local packets arrived and de
parted as usual. The fine steamer Po
tomac arrived early yesterday morning*
making most excellent time.1 She leaves
for Cincinnati this evening at five
o'clock. We can cheerfully recommend
her to the traveling public. Shippers
I and pansengers cannot find a better boat
or more accommodating officers. The
elegant side wheel steamer, Wild
Wagoner, will arrive this evening. She
is the regulnr Wednesday packet for
Cincinnati. The Express leaves for
Parkersburg this morning.
We remarked the other morning that
some of the local notices in brother
Wharton's Parkersburg Times were
"original specimens." He comes back
at us thus:
"Why should we not be original?
Homogeneousness except entire and
universal love, emenatlng from God
and .traveling hand in hand with him, is
a fool. In all else man should stand
entire and original?the naked, forked
individuality/'
As Bones would say In the negro
minstrels, pray brother Wharton, what
have you been eating lately ? Is it those
quails on your stomach that ails you?
Toe Eastern mail via the Cleveland
and Pittsburgh road did not reach the
Post office last night until midnight,
after which time it was all distributed
for the early morning mails. Such is
life among the mail bags.
The delay on the road was occasioned
by the train running off the track just I
this sido of 8teubenviIlo.
Meeting op the Synod.?We under- j
stand that the Synod .of the Prysbyte
rian church meets this afternoon at the
Second Presbyterian church. It will be
in session for several days.
IS,
Consumption, Conons and Colds.?
There is no subject of more importance
to every family, at this season of the
year, than that which relates to Coughs,
Colds, Hoarseness and the various
other affections of tho throat, which if
left to run their oourse, will inevitably
produce. Pulmonary Consumption.?
A **?ght pain in the breast, with al
most an unnoticed cough, hoarseness
and loss of voice are the sure harbin
gers of that lhtal disease,. Consumption.
Reader, should you bo affected with
any of tho above symptoms, we would
caution you. agalfist deiuding yourself
with tho idea that It is of no conse
quence and will pass away In a few
days. You should seek a remedy Upon
the first indication of disease, and we
know of none more effectual than Piso's
Cure, for' Cons'umptloiS. Sold at E.
Booking's Odd Fellows Hall Drug
Store. - " ? 2t
Oysters are in season again, and
there is joy in msny a household in obn
sequence. The Joy Is not complete,
however, until the flagrant tureen is
fiahk'ed by a bottle or Worcestershire
Jockey Chtb Sauoe. It is used at all the
best hotels and eating houses, East and
West . For sale by T. H. Logan A Co*
and Logan, list A Q?., Wholesale and
Retail Druggists, Wheeling.
Oysters I Oysters! Oysters!?Fresh
oysters received dally by express, and
for sale by t!he case, oan or half can, at
Speidcl A Inderrieden's, 51 Main street.
oc21-lm
New Firm.?Messrs. Blond A Bach
man AAve opened a now wholesale and
retail shoe house at No. 107 Main street*
corner of Sprlgg House alley, where the
best or boots, shoes, and gaiters can be
had. Everything usually kept In a first
Mass boot and shoe, emporium, In tall
supply. Both members of the new firm
are well known here^as energetic, thor
examine
examine: uieir large and varied stock
and secure bargains. OcL 13-lm
Stein Bros., opr. Main and Monroe
streets, have just received one of the
largest stocks of Ready Made Clothing,
Piece Goods, Trimmings and Gents*
Furnishing Goods, ever brought to this
market. They call the attention of
persons visiting our city, Country
Merchants particularly, to examine
their stock, as they are determined to
sell below Eastern prices. ocS-Im
T. H. IA6AV * CO^ ~
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Vxnwa, w. Vjl. .
TTAVK rkmovf.d to thqr bew
"?* ??
floor to??
Window G
_ .. iown here as eaergetio. thor
ough-going business men. Drop in and
' ;eir largo and Varied stock,
OCterod tibt
u* Initial to I
apt
grg ?oods.
GREAT EXCITEMENT!
OPENIN&
or THI
NEW STORE.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
! KBW YOEK DBY GOODS STORE
WHOLEIALE AHD SET All.
JACOBS & BRO.,
Have just opened a large
stock of Fall and Winter Drew Goods,
comprislngall the latest Paris and New York
fashions. Have Just opened the following
niuiionts
Block and Fancy Silks,
French Merinoe*-all colore,
All Wool Plaids,
" Delaines,
Broche Repps,
Saxaway Stripes,
Coburgs?all colon.
Figured Alpaca*,
Alpacas?all colore,!
Poplins?all colore.
Also, the following!
I Cloaks, Broche Shawls, All Wool do.. Plaid
I do.. Black do., Children1* Cloaks and Shawls,
I Cloaking*, Ac.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
Brown and Bleached Muslins,
** ** " Sheetings.
Ginghams, Calicoes, Ac.
HOrilEIIOLD OOODA.
Table Damasks. Linen Table Cove?, Nap
Is I ns.^nen Sheetings, Towels, Counterpanes,
We have also received a large stock of La
dies* Kid Gloves 811k Gloves, Wool ?*!? res.
Cotton Hose. Linen Handkerchief*, Collars
and Setts, Embroideries, Insertlngs, Hoop
8kfrts, Balmorals, Corsets, Ac.
We are dally receiving all the latest styles
of DresB Goods from New York. We wiu be
most happy to see the ladies of Wheeling and
the surrounding Country, as we will be pleased
to show our goods, for we are positively sell
ing our goods at New York prices.
JACOBS A BRO.,
108 Main street. Wheeling, W. Va.
JACOBS'& BRO.,
AVE JUST OPENED A STORE UN- I
der the MoLuro Houie, containing a
-stock of 1
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
which we offer at low prices. Our slock oom-1
pulses the following named goods:
Gents' Fine IJnen Shirts,
44 " Flannel 8hlris,
44 44 All Wool Underehlris,
44 44 " Drawers,
44 44 Linen Handkerchief*,
44 44 44 Collars,
44 Fancy Neckties,
And everything else In the Gents' Furnish
ing line.
We also offer our stock of Clothing, Hats
and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Va
lises to wholesale dealers. As we Intend to
sell our Clothing poxltively at cost, to make
room for our Diy Goods, we offer our Cloth
ing to dealers at prlccs to suit them.
JACOBS A BRO.,
sep5-6m McLure House.
SEMOVAI.
SPML MERMEN,
TTAVE REMOVED FROM MONROE
11 street to No. 51 Midn street. In the room
formerly occupied by Jas. R. Baker.
Have now in store, and for sale,
400 do*. 2 Tb Can Peaches.
800 44 at. 44 44
SOO 44 2 tb 44 Strawberries.
a? 44 at. 44
300 44 21b 44 Tomatoes.
150 44 44 44 Pine Apples.!
CO 44 4 4 44 Blackberries.:
CO 44 44 44 Green forn^
30 44 44 44 44 Peas.
80 44 44 44 Damsons.
40 44 ? ? Whortleberries.
40 44 qt. 44 Currents.
40 " 2 m " Gooseberries.
800 cases Brandy Peaches.
20 dor. 1 n> Cans Lobsters
200 " 1 and 21b Cans Cove Oyst ere.
100 ^ 44 44 Rplced Oysters.
40 44 cans 11 o'clock Lunch Oysters.
10 cases % boxen Sardines.
100 44 quart and pint Pickles.
CO 44 Pepper Sauce.
60 44 Tomato Catsup.
8S 44 Worcestershire A English Club
Sauce.
7&?00 Assorted Fine Cigars.
100 Caddies assorted brands Tobacco.
80 \C butts Bright Tobacco.
20 K boxes ,r
100 groat assorted BmoklngTobacco in par
40 doaJdnmis Killlcklnlck Smoking To
bacco.
40 'doe. assorted bales Smoking Tobacco.
40 bbls and){ bbls Smoking Tobacco.
25 kegs fine cut Chewing Tobacco.
80 gross Sunnynide, Sweet Owen, Rose
bud and Talisman fine cut Chew
ing Tobacco.
40 sacks Almonds, Filberts, English Wal
nuts, Brazil Nuts and Pea Nuts.
GO cases Layer and M. R. Raisins.
25 cases assorted Jellies.
000 lbs. Fine Candles.
?00 boxts assorted Candy Toys.
. Also a large stock'of Common Clgara,Cheese,
Scotch Herring, Soap, Candles, Blacking,
8 pices,' etc.
1 8PEEDEL A INDERRIEDEN,
i 51 Main 8t. Wheeling, W. Va.
WEST VIRGINIA j
| Religious Book House!
No. ta Monroe RtrM Wheeling,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A large
and splendid assortment of Family and
small Blhles, all styles and prices.
Prayer and Hymn Books of all denomina
tions and In every styleof binding.
Theological and Religious books in great
variety.
Oar stock of Sunday School Library, Ques
Uon, Hymn^lus^c and class Books, Catechism,
Rewards. Speller*, Primers, Tickets, Picture
Cards, Bible and Teacher's helps, are ample
for the wants of Sunday 8chooIs of every
J. A liberal donation to all Sunday Schools
Iberaf discount to Ministers and Theolgi
tuddhta. GEO. W. STONER,
i Local Agent.
Sole Agent /or the most deservedly popular
^^aygchpol MuJdc Book, "Musical Lea
by Philip Philips. Cincinnati. dec3Hu!5
| Fire Proof Salamander Safes.
JOSEPH A. METCAI.F,
86 Mae* Srxuncr,
Is Agent for the sale of
1 BURK A BARNES*
vault noons.
^8,and 8, always on hand.
. _ _ Furnished to Order at
Ju28-tf Manufacturers' Prices.
| HIGGINS' GALLERY,
Monro? Street bcttveen Main A Market,
I T>HOTOGRAPHS?PLAIN OR FINISHED
i lln Oil or India Ink, from life or copied
inmi old pictures.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS?Particular pains
taken with this popular style of picture.
~ * t less than
oxur jk ROSEWOOD
FRAMES will always be on hand at reasona
ble prices. t dec!8
Mowing Machines in England.
A T. THE.TRlAIi BEFORE THE ROYAI*
tout "f O?" S"^*: "WOOD'S REAPER" I ho
Una prise, sna the MOWER AND REAPFR
OOM BIN t-.p the weoml prize. There were
Jtorw entries of mowers and reapers. The
grtsetarisls of Implements before the Royal
gjry (goods.
Important & True.
JOHN ROEMER & GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL
ERS IN FANCJY AND DOMES
TIC DRY GOODS,
Sou. SI A 33 Main St., OntreWhwlIn*.
"WTE ARE NOW DAILY RECTVINQ
W an extensive and thoroughly aborted
stock. Owing to tlio lateneenof tbe nem-on,
ha vine bought many of them at large auction
sales In NewYork and Phlladelphia.and large
lota of Importers to close out at very reduced
prices. In consequence of which we have an
unusual large stock of the choicest goods to
be found in America, and at full 25 percent,
less than those having bought their goods
jseveral week ago. We, therefore, take great
pleasure in being able to Inform thewnole
Kale and retail customers and mentis, and the
public In general, and the ladles in particular,
that we now have the largest and by far the
cli4apest stock or dry goods in ,Wheeling- An
early examination and you will be agreeably
surprised at the extensive stock, and the low
est prices since the war. We will only enu
merate a few items of our stock, as follows:?
Good Madder colored prints at 20c; \nx%l wide
English chintzes, 40c: Black and white De
Laines. 80c; High colored toncy De Lalnes,
, STKc; Bleached and brown muslins, 25c.
zriacr DREHSGOODB.-Black mid fanci"
plaids, all woof: Knickerbocker Winceys,
high colored, nil -wool; plaids and checks,
oriental plaids, PenJan twill* black and
white mohair, black alpacas, cofored alpooxs,
tlcured mohairs, brocade moliajj, block fig
ured alpacas, Empres* cloths of all colore, fig
ures and stripes.
FRENCH JiORINOS?In white,arange,
light, blue, Magenta, and beautiful dark
grounds with bright figures, and nU the other
colors nnd shades in plain goods. _Black aud
fancy thlbe cloths, and Lobuiy'sprinted rash
meres, bombazines, silk striped, and check
valencies, melanges,black mMjutCKand
mourning prints plain, all wool. Be lalnes of
all shades and qualities from SO to 75c. -
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPARTMENT.?
The largest assortment of cloth cloaks in the
city, fromJS to 550. .
Hhawls of every size and quality, and the
greatest varieties of styles ever brought to
this market. Particular attention of the
wholesale trade is respectfully Invited to this
Mock
FUR DEPARTMENT.?Particular atten
tion has been given to this stock, and do not
liesltato in saying that we have the largest in
the city, ranging from SlOto 5100 per set.
BED BLANKETS.- White and colored,very
cheap; colored and white coverlets and quilts.
BLACK AND FANCY- CLOTHS.?Good
black,all wool, fine cloth, for 82 50 peryard.
MEN'S WEAR.?Kentucky Jeans, Tweed,
Cossimeres. 4a, i rom 60c tip.
FLANNEL DEPARTMENT,?Goodh*avy
twilled and plain for 60c; fancy shirting flan
nel; fancy French fllonel, Rob .Roy flannel;
extra heavy country flannel. Saxony flannel;
real Welsh flannete; shaker flannel, arid many
other klndstoo numerous to mention, at very
low prices; 500 balmoral tklrs, the Quest selec
tion ever presented to the citizens of Wheel
ing: good heavy high colored from S3 to 510.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.-The largest and
be?t assortment at greatly reduced prices.
WOOLEN NET GOODS.?Fanc^y shawls,
nubias, hoods, leggins and wristlets of every
variety and latest designs; undershirts and
drawers for ladles and gents, at very reduoed
pdm6s and cloak trimmings.?a
very largo a?iortment or the latest styles of
ornaments, buttons, gimps, cords and tassels,
in sets arid otherwise.
WHITE GOODS AND EMBROIDERIES.?
A full line of white goods of all the different
kinds. Collars In sets, Ac. Good linen hand
kerchieft from 12Uc up.
Ladies'belt ribbons and buckles in gilt, jet
and steel. Also, a great variety of grenadine
and lace veils Some exceedingly handsome
styles. Also, hair nets, en irely - new,4 "find
hundreds of other articles too numerous to
mention. .
In consequence of not having onr spacious
house entirely completed, wo will be very
much crowded nnd will sell at greatly reduced
prices to make quick sales. We return our
sincere thanks to our friends and customers
for past favors, and by close attention, in
creased facilities and low prices, hope to mer
it an Increased amount of patr6nuge. Our
motto shall bo TTrjrto please."
Very respectfully^ _
ROEMER& Co.
For Sale.
QNE AMONG THE BEST BUSINESS
Stands in the city?a three" story brlcik
house on Water street, adjoining the Sprlgg
House, 22 feet front and GO feet deep. Will, be
sold on easy terms. I. IRWIN,
nov8-lm Real Estate Agent.
For Sale.
1 PIECE OF 'LAND ON THE BROW OF
1 the hill, In the northern part of the city,
containing 2% acres. The soil is well adapted
to grape growing, and the exposure is certain
ly desirable for that purpose?being eastern
and southern. On it are several frame build
ings, the whole enclosed with a substantial
fence. Will be sold very cheap.
L IRWIN,.
nov2 Real Estate Agent.
For Sale.
mHE SPLENDID RESIDENCE ON MON
I mi> Rtnutt nnw *?- * " ** *
XU U.WHIUC ailCViJOl
feet. The house pow-esses all the improve
ments and comforts of a flrst.class residence.
The law office at present oocupled by N.
Richardson, Fsq., lsa part of the property,
and will be sold separately or with it, as do
sired. For terms, 4c., apply to.
THOS. O'BRIEN.
nov2-lw Real Estate Agent.
FOR BAIiE.
1 OA ACRE8 OF VALUABLE LAND IN
1 aU Webster county, in tho State of Iowa,
This land can bo bought (for cash) at a very
low figure. JOHN FOWLER.
Persons wishing any infonpation in regard
to the title or character of this Property are
referred to SAM L. P.WHEELER, AttV.,
novl-lw? IfiQ Fourth Street, Wheeling.
For Sale.
A VERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY IN
./VRItchletown, consisting bf two full .lots,
and 15 feet of a third lot, upon which there Is
one good two story brick dwelling bouse with
7 rooms nnd every convenience about it.: One
storeroom 22 fleet front and 60.feet deep
Warehouse, same site, will be mlddu^.
oc31-lm Real Estate Agent.
For Sale.
1LOT, No. 239. NORTHEAST CORNER OF
EofT and Second streets; Centre Wheeling.
% lot No. 108, on Market SL, north of Mar
ket house, Centre Wheeling.
1 lot. No. 60, on Linsley Street, (06x182 feet,)
East Wheeling.
I8mall dwelling, nnd lot No. 75, on Ger
man street. Centre Wheeling.
1 good brick dwelling house,4 rooms, on 2d
street. Centre Wheeling.
1 piece ground corner of EofT and Second
street,(27x06 feet) Centre Wheeling.1
8 pieces of ground on Second street, one 17x
06 feet, the other27x06 feet. Centre Wheeling.
I. IRWIN,
oc31-lw Real Estate Agent.
Valuable Property for Sale.
T OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE MY BRICK
block of store houses, on Main street, now
occupied by Geo. R. Taylor, as a dry good
store; John H. Hall, as a saddler shop, and
Clemens ?fc Co., as Cabinet warerooms.
Also, the store rooms occupied by J. C. Orr
A Co., Wm. A. Turner, J. H. Smith & Co., and
others on the east side of Main Street. If not
sold by the first of December next, I will rent
the samo for next year.
THOMAS HORNBROOK,
? , , ? Ofllce, Custom House.
Residence, No. 70 EofT street, Fifth ward.
oc80-ttlldec
For terms apply to ' ^ ROSE. *
0cfl*-2w* JOHN W. 8CHULTZ.
o
The Atheneum for Sale
3UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT
hul.dlngwa
lual tnstal
i secured by
B- 8. STOUT,
JOHSF-HO^.
House ahd Lot for Sale.
t wn , - Sale.
gllhwlfn^r j^^boroy^idl in good repair. I
?ep4-tr yfttu St, Whwlliia, w. Va.
&int0 atrt
HElfBYBOSENTHAL. A. A. XJSV2SON
H. ROSENTHAL & CO.,
Importers A Wholesale Dealera In
Brandies, Wines, Gins,
ALCOHOL, BOURBON, RYE,
MONONGAHELA WHISKY,
Catawba Winn,
j - Manulacturersof , ??
Cider VinegSr, Dom&ticWineB fto,
iVo. S3 Main stmt,
(In room rbrmCTtroccupied by Pryor4 FrortJ
WHBEl^LKG. B'. PA.
Encouraged by the liberal pat
ronage heretofore extended to this house,
wehAVe secured one of the largest and besf
located warehouses In the city, where we win
Imve excellent. facilities for receiving and
house!? the fitted up the
"erf the manufacture of the celebrated
Rose Whbky and auperior Cider Vlneear.
The best brands of everything usually kepi
in a first cla? liquor store continually on
hand and for sale at the lowest prlees.
feb7-ly
HENRY SCHMULBACH. GEORGE FELIKK,
H. SCHMDLBACH & CO.,
NO. 6 Monroe St., Wheeling,
Importers ? Dealers in
Brandies, Wines, Gin,
Honongahela. Bourbon and
RYE, w H I 8 K Y .
tteep constantly on hand a full
in their brands of everything
?^e manufcqture the best of
cider Vinegar.
_T H.8CHMULBACHA CO.,
No. 8 Monro street, in room formerly occu
pied by S. I. Block. jeH
CLABKL.ZANB. 8. F. MIIAKB.
c. L. ZANE A CO?
Importers ?fr Dealera in F\>reign & Domestic
WINES & LIQUORS,
Manufacturers of -
PURE CATAWBA WIMER,
Qulncy St., bet Main * Market Sta.,
wheeling, W. VA.
TfEKP constantly ON HAND BRAN
I\ dlea, Scotch and IrtohWhtaklM-Jamalc.
010,00 01d Rye RniUkvnr
Jfnnflirra ?ratfis.
SAK'I, PIT. MQRQAJf L. OTT. WM. H. Itxt.t
SAMDEL OTT, SON & CO,
Agents for
I FAIRHANKS'
STANDARD SCALES,
Alo durable
i Connter Scales of every Variety,
I PORTABLE AND dormant SCALES
FOR8TORE8,
and cattle scaler,
Warehouse and Transportation Scales,
I an,i Flour?Scales for Rai -
fa Oonl Dealers and 51 in era
1 ^pian.^??u5nr,RcnI^B-FBrm and
I nli?? <r2i?1iSare ,n every partio
for an mus
I VI, "fowitn other scales oflbred for
^wgooll^M^a^lmn&?refepre?ented to ?*
IronM^fefedu^Me^'
SAM'L OTT, SON <t CO , Ag^nta,
Wholesale Dealera in
Soriillery nardirm, *e_
I ^^wbSi^w"?^5- oppoeUe *Sgre
P' ^ MILDRET11 A BRO.,
63 Main Street,
wheeling, W. VA.
, Howe's Standard Scales,
HAter<SdC^SSf^TrORJr- ?>DN
. , HpWW ARMY Sfil.ts,
Adopted by tlie Government as the Bland
Every Scale warranted.0"" . k .
1841.?p. H. q?1865!
T>HOTOGRAPH8,
-1- aMbrotyfes,
U^sgwaiTOsS^
Partridge's,
1W WiUn Street? flraifloor,
thefTOuUnS?nt tho hcrt nnd cheapest work In
. I'?r<H'!?ewjllhereaflerrivehl?~?~,--...
gg*3"' ,foggs
Lynn's Cumberland Cement
An oncqn^lM article for all kinds of
where water to to beresWed op great strength
Supply ?Iwa~ TO^idSS
Jn28-tf JOSEPH A. IIETCAL^
60 Main street.
J. F.'rnoSSox, ?- Hmnnm, J-g- ?!?*nne,
Dillon, Thompson; & CoT
AOS Market Street.
wb,eb? oab * steam
General Ma^
all TdnilTandd^^^^^??"^?P?.
WoTr fi?? ???
HATS AND^CAPsT
S. N, PRATHEB,
4
. ??hig desirous nfMrtahn.i.i. -
le best
8. N. PRATHER.
JOHN HAMILTON & CO
Wholesale Dealera In
_ Coul nn,l Wood
cooking stoves.
j?l?0 all Wlnrt. oi
l*AHMR * HKATIJrcj STOVES,
Adapted for either Wood or CoaL
O as tings,
Rollins:*"i?;IH.nnd Saw
21 ?^RT 4 machine SHOP,
-2522 Wheeling W.
McCabe, Kraft & Co.,
NO. 83 3IAIN STREET,
Wheeling, w. Va - -
^ A OOMFLEgCE ASSORTMENT
?aa?^ gsvsr*
Dye R>npv Patent SSiSj?8* QFerfUmerles,
ggg^r^er^p^tfaUy tovltod to adl.
Dress; fiools,
WOW! OPENING BT
_ CARPETS.
cgr5SA%?5'?|^??
gu iitiiM1 (dwcSf
[ J. X. SUROISON, D. D. S...S. B. M'COI
SITBGINON A JfcCOH?__.
(Successors tb Dr. E. G. Wlxteheilj " 1
IDENTISTS,
angO WHEELING, W. VA.
C. A. VIHGERTEB,
1 "B . J3?9
mr!9 ly WHEELING, W. VA,
?BR. ROBERTSON, X. D. T. I.UNHFORD, A. M.
ROBERTSON A L1JKHFORI),
SURGEON DENTISTS,
.. Xo. 1U 9ukrt strtft, '
awfl9 n, ? iwnrretjyo.-w-yA.
*. W. PAXTON. JOITN DONLON. a OGLKBAY.
PAitoy, doxlox a oolebat,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Produce A Commission MorehanU,
Nos. 62 and 61 Alain St.,
"gyJ- . wjt?Buxo, w.va.
JOIIJV MrXELl, & CO.,
; suuas.n
iCMna, Glass & Queensware,
LAMPS, OH.8,
? AND ?
IA3IP FIXITRE*.
nov29-ly ? ? -???? Uo. 46 Main Street
STEPHENS & SMITH,
Attorneys fbT Collecting ? V '
Pensions, Back Pay, Bounty
AND ALL CLAIMS A6AJXST THE
OOVKRtrifBNT.
Office over tho Bonk of Wlieellng,
feb^ Mnin Street, TT7i eelino. Tr.Pq.
OHAS. IT. BEnpY,'
JVoh. 18 A- IB n,c, r s?.,
I Manufacturer and Dealer in .
Manilla, Hemp, Cotton and Jnte Rope,
Jr*> . .
BODMAtf'8
Inspection and: Laf Tobacce
WABEHOTJSE.
""?A11 and 63 Front, and 82, at and 66
Water, bet. Vine A Walnut ;8ta.,
CISClJfJf ATI, OHIO.
wRatnnu promptly made. ' ( -''
D FrrVA-m- t?5^,8 BODMAN. rrop'r.
V. aJKATT, Inspector. roaySljim
II.CSAHOUE. JA8. DA1ZKIO., TU CttAITOUt
? F- "AMEE1, a-iKp ?
WHOLESALE' GROCERS,
Produce & Commission Merchants,
JVb.38 <f to JUtmm&ln Market St.,
"P*2 WHEELING. W. VA.
E. P. Rhodes. _ C. M. Rnoncs.
E. P. RHODES & SON.
(SucceasotT. to Rhodosdt Warfleld.)
I Grocers & Commission Merchants
Inl-ftm
W. J. COTTS. ISAAC ODTJS, JR.
W. J. COTTS & CO.,
? ^ Wholesale Dealers In
Groceries, Liquors & Produce,
No. 188 Market Square,
aag8-flm WHEELING, W. VA.'
JOHN BROWN,
SUCCESSOR TO
WXKE8 <fe 11HOWX,
1M Wnln Street,
WHEELIKtt, W. VA.
PHiSP?'iAIHI5 PP AI.L si7.ES and
fto^,St?r.<ii!5?fe?ancl Wa,er co,ors
OTvSStetVo??aSTd,JJS^
OldJManra copied to carts or ll/e??.
0ar^?'l and examine. aprlS
COATES, BROTHERS,
Commission Merchants
FOR TtlK PURCHASE <ft SALE OF
wo or,,
127 Market KL and 103 A103 Jones St.
PHILADELPHIA.
BKKjAimr COATES,
quo. MoBBtsoitOQATm. sepl2-6md
IMS. Wow Firm. I860.
WISRII1P, -WOODS ? CO.,
Importets and Deitfen In
China, Glass and Queensware,
steamboat and house furnish.
TSO GOODB, lamps, chimneys,
OIL, 4c., 4c., 4c:,
JVo. 8 Main Street, Wherfbig, TF. Va^
?pp-to a it o. n. B. passenger
?Depot, and next door to John Raid.
j.aaiaxT.'t
? ?* gATTKLLK. JOHN KCLRIKK.
BOOTH, BATTELLE A CO.,
[Successor* to Otmrtul Mater,)
DKALKRS IK
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Boot Store. Prmlnrt.
FRE8H ICE *
Corner Monroe and Water Street*,
i WHEELING, W. VA.
IIHSSSSS
- . . 'ucuifiuui
Eclipse ... .
-- Dover a 14
.200 u Various brandsM
100 half barrels NoA^fcerel,
200 kits m U
200 half barrels No. 2 M
100 qr. - *? ; ? ??* *?.
200 kits **? *?
WhaUbajrehNaJ ? Fat.
CO kits ?
100 barrels No. 2 "
60 ? ,** No. 8 ?
Shalfbbtaahrlll0rH<:^rIng'
10 Drums, Codfish.
20 casks Shouldera,
aUetresM^'1^
ino SOAF^AND C
2S 5?xe# German.
B0 boxe? Ro?ln.
^ boxes Babbitt's,
-^!^@N2?AN?oa
O. w. jpHjrnoic ? bow,
Manufacturers of.
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
HASug
prepared now tlian ever to tHl'aii r?rripr? fnr
article or worh?b2SeSL?^a?r
iy28
Philadelphia Bonnet Depot
Siqi* or rax Qkd, Warre*i?,a Bown. J
J. 33. AVALTERS
c ?
MmrtCON8T^W.'^^.A
MinmS^todf
SBrid
&IK SEBL'TE S
LIQUIB
REMEDY. ?
a-CVBE WABBASTED-M
, ft nnu&iosa iM roioiywxd.*?
Wr-CtoU/or Circular dexrOHig an wmptonu.
mHB
SYMPTOMS i
SYMPTOMS OP CATARRH AS
they have frequent attacks, and are moi*
sensitive to the changes of temperature. gn
this condition, the noee may be dry, or a sll*ht
?-? ?' afterwards beeomr
As, the disease. *>?
thadlschhrgeflare lucre****
_jduged In quality; they ?J"0 *5
jeavy.'and are hawked or cougl
ofT. The secretions are offensive, causing a o
breath; the voice is thick and nasal, the ei*?
are weak; the sense of the smell Is lessened, or
destroyed; d earn ess frequently takes place.
Another common and Important symtnm 01
mucus, which has fallen down from tfc# head
during the night. When this takes j^dce the
person may be sure that his disease (0 on its
wayto thelungs, and should lose rotlme in
Tbeatx>ve are but few, of the mnay Catarrh
Symptoms.
A single Bottle will last a month?to
be used three time* ? day.
DH. D. H. SEELYB & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, Chi?Kro, Illinois,
And for sale by all Druggists.
HcCABE, KRAFT A CO.,
WHEELING.
Wholesale Agents for Eastern Ohio and West
Virginia. ly
!
DR. R. GOODALE'S
Catarrh Remedy.
THIS MODE OP TREATMENT IB
The Acme of Perfection!
It Cures Hay, Rose and Periodic Catarrh.
It Cures Catarrh in all its Types and Stages.
It Cures uatarrh, and averts Consumption.
It Cures Catarrh and Pain in the Temples
No violent Syringing of the Head.
The Sense of Taste and Smell Restored. >
TXOR CENTURIES CATARRH HAS DE
F fled the skill of physicians and surgeons.
No medical work contains a prescription that
will eradicate It. Nothing save Dr. Goodalet
remedy will break it .up, radically destroying
tlie principal of the disease, and precluding
the possibility of a relapse.
-No form ofCatarrh can-withstand its search
ing powfer, and ho mode of treatment ever af
forded such immediate relief, or gave such
universal satisfaction.
It penetmtes to the very seat of this disease
and exterminates it, root and branch forever
, JFYoja/Aeff. Y. Commercial,Advertiser..
? Hay. Rose; and PKfcionrc Catarrh.?
Dr. R. Good ale's Catarrh Remedy and mode of
treatment; not only atlbrds the greatest re
lief in every variety or Catarrh, but it extin
guishes the disease forever ,in all its types and
stakes. Ifreiy one spooks-well Of it.
? Price 51.00 per TtottJe.- Send a stamp for Dr.
Good ale's New Pamphlet on Catarrh, its per
fect mode or treatment and rapid cure. Infor
mation of priceless value?send or call at once.
C. R- Pakkek, Sole Agent, 75 Bleecker St.,
NewvYork. . .
,jW"For sate by T. H. LOG AN 4 CO., and
LOGAN. LIST ? CO., Wheeling.
nov28-lyd<*w
;_-r- Gfc H pL ? 8
OliD HOME BITTERS,
? OR?
PKIDE OP VIRGINIA.
To CureDyspepsla
To Cure Dyspepsia
To Cure Dyspepsia
To Cure Dyspepsia
Use the Old Home Bitters.
. Use tb'e Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
For Heartburn aud 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.
' LossOf Appitlte
Loss of Appetite
Loss of Appetite
s of Appetite
iHon
1 by Old Home L.,ra.a.
Restored by Old Home Bitters.
Restored bv Old Home Bltteis!
The Weak made Strong! 11
The 8ick made Well fi!
Tlie Old made YoungII!
The Depressed are brightened 1!!
The pale cheek glows with Health
By using Old Home Bitters.
By using Old Home Bltteis.
By using Old Home Bittern.
By using Old Home Bitten*.
By using Old Home Bitters.
Itlalways gives satisfaction.
It does what we claim.
. Itaellqrapidly.
It Is the only cureforiDyimepsla.
It is a good Tonic for Fevers.
It is a good Appetizer.
It is good for acidity or Stomach.
It to a healthy stimulant.
it is imalegratPre11150^unded.
U^UlhCtLAUQEfLl5'S 4BU8ITFIHLX).'
Wheeling. wTva.
SSL
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DB. DUPONCO'S
Golden Periodical Pills,
FOB FEMALES.
InralUblein Correcting Irrexnlaritlai Remov
ing Obstructions or the -Monthly Turns,
from Whatever Cause, and
ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL AB A ^PREVENTIVE.
It is now over thirty
have been. "
inmost of
in private
nnngrallel
only - at- Uw urgent request" of the thou
sand jot Ladles who have used Uiem, that be
is Induced to make the Pills public for the al
leviation or those., suffering from any Irregu
larlUes whatever, as well as to prevent an in
crease or femlly where health will not permit
0*B PIEIi IS' A DOBE.
nslngthfese PdlsWhl/ein that condmft^T^f
StMnSfc " afler which ad.
oU?n"?"fiWS
MflST TWV a T tTabr? i
w? "*. * ??M|-UIUUJ*.WIJ1CX| 1
i extensively and success!
f the public institutions, ?
i practice, or both hemispheres, with
~d success in every case, and it is
9 "urgent request" of the thou
fl PR who hnvo ncail tham
i since'the above
^covered by DR.
.swhich time they
successfUly used
"? as well as
with
icorrhcea, or,
tie time; there is tmj
^esrsus^S^i$
> Within
n-AliubrtoB
FBOH QUACKERY.
i tBEONLYPLACSWHEREA CURRCAti
rt ,E.OBJA^ED..
Weakness of tho Bark and IMi Strictures,
o'Sl" mld"" """
I i:pnc OX ptin, w>h*?jt, Liu
I nrtJlnRfrom tho BgJJgJ HaS&j>LXglt^'~
the Muinen^^lywj. bUgbffing their most
brilliant hop? ?r anticipations, f rendering
marriage, &*, impossible. r ?
t YOUNG IvTBN -
\ who have become the victims of
Ice, that dreadful and destructive
"habit which annually sweeps to an nntimelv
artnro thousand? of -Young Men of the most
Salted titlejiwand brilliant Intellect, who
flight otherwise have entranced listening
Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or
waked to ecstacy the living lyre, .may call
with full confidence.
MARRIA&E. .
Married Persons, or Young Men contempla
ting marriage, being aware of physical weak
A6M, organic debility, deformities speedily
cured.
Hewho.plaqes himself tinder the oare of Dr
J.,' may religiously confide In 'his honor an
gentleman, and confidently rely upon hta
skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Tmmedlately cured and full Vigor Restored.
Tills distressing affection?which renders
life and marriage Impoiwlble?Is the penalty
paid by thb victims of improper Indulgences,
Young persons are too ant tocommlt excpss^g
from not being nware or the dreadful conse
quences that may ensue. Now, who that un
derstands tlie. subject will pretend to deny
thafc the pOwer of-procreation la lost sooner
by those tolling Into Improper habits than
by the prudent? Besides being deprived of
the pleasure of healthy oflfepring, the most
. hoth
, .. . - motions
Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power, Nerv
ous Irritability, Dyspepsia. Palpitation of tho
Heart, Indigestion. Constitutional Debility
a Wasting of tho Frame, Cough, Consump
tion, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 7 Month Frederick Rf^t,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street!
a few doors from the corner. Fall not to ob
serve the name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp,
The Doctor* Diploma hangs In his office.
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
1Vo Mcrcury or Nauteq** Drug*!
l)lk JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal Colletro of Surgeon**
Tjondon.'Gradnate from one of the most emi
nent Collects in the United States, and the
greater part of whose life has been spent In
the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia
and'elsewhere, hjw effected some of the most
astonish In c enres that were ever known:
many troubled with rinsing In tho head and
ears when asleep, great nervonsne#*, belnt?
alarmed at sudden sounds, hashfhlncss, with
frequent blushing, attended sometimes with
derangement of mind, were cured immedli
ately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have lniured
themselves by Improper indulgence and soil*
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 habits of youth, viz
Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Pains In
the Head, Dimnemof Sight, Loss of Mnscnlai
Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia,
Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Di
gestive Functions. General Debility. Symp
toms of Consnmnt Ion, Ac.
MENTAIXY.?The fearful effects on the mind
are mncb to be dreaded?Lous of Memory
I On n fusion of Ideas.' Depression of Spirits, Evi.
Forbodinss. Aversion to society, Self-Distrust.
Love of Solitude, Timidity, das., are somo 1
the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of all aces can now
Jndee what Is the cause of tl*eir declining
health. losinjc their vtiror, becoming weak,
pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singu
lar appearance about the eyes, cough ard
symptoms of consumption.
YOUNG MEN
Who have Injured themselves by a certain
prnctlce indulged in when alone, a habit fre
quently learned from evil companions, or "at
school, the effects of which are nlshtly felt,
even when asleen. and if not cured, randets
marriage Impossible, and destroys both mind
and body, should apply Immediately.
What a pity.that a young man, the hope of
his conntry, the darling of his parents, should
lie snatched from all prospects and enlov
mentsof 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,
F'flect that a sound mind and body are the
most neoessary requisites to promote connu
bial v^pniness. Indeed, without these, the
Journey through life becomes a weary pil
grimage: the prospect hourly darkens to the
view; the mind becomes shadowed with des
Btlrand filled with the melancholy Teflec
on that the happiness of another become*
blighted with onrqwn.
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the mlseulded and imprudent votary
of pleasure finds that he has imbibed the
B of this painful disease. It too oiten hap
pens that an lll-tlmedsenseof shame, or dread
of discovery, deters him from applying t??
those who. from education and respectability,
can alone befriend him, delaving till the con
stitutional symptoms of uiis horrid disease
make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore
t%* -oat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the
uead and limbs, dimness of stem,- deafness,
nodes on the shin-bones'and arms, blotch oh
on the head, face and extremities, progression
Ith frightful rapidity, till at last the palate
of the mouth or the bones of the nose fall in,
and tho victim of this awful disease becomes
a horrid object of commiseration, until death
puts a period to his dreadful sufferings, by
sending him to. "that undiscovered country
I from whence no traveler returns.**
It Is a mHaaithoht fact* that thousands fal
victims to this terrible disease, owing to the
unskillful new of ignorant pretention*, who, by
the pse Of that cfepdty poison, Meratry, ruin
the constitution, and make the residue of life
mlarrsbte.
STRANGERS,
Trust not your lives or health to the care of
many unlearned and worthless pretenders,
destitute of knowledge, name or charactcr
who copy.Dr. Johnston's advertisements, or
style themselues, in the newspapers, regular
ly Educated Physicians: incapable Of curing,
they keep you trifling month after month,
taking their filthy and poisonous oompounds,
or as long as the smallest fee can be obtained,
and in despair, leave yon with ruined health
to sigh oyer your own galling disappointment.
Dr. Johnston is the only Physician adver
tising.
hl?officefenUalS 01 dIploina8? always hang in
, 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 extensive private practice
than any other Physician in the world.
INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
| .The many thousands cured at this institu
tion year after year, and the numerous im
~ riant Burnt?* ** - -
Jobnstoi
I the "Sub.
I notices Of ai
again before the public, besides his standi
i orcharar* " "
as a gentleman of character and runnuwu
ty, is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CtJREIX
?TNo letters received unless post-paid and
containing a stamp to-be used on the repij.
Persons writing should state age,and send por
tion of advertisement describing,symptoms.
JOHN M. JOHNSTON.M. D.,
Of the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore.
. fteblfi-ly* Maryland.
"PBO BONO PUBLICO/7
rrlvato Diseases
cuBsnta nil. mxoBTX&r voubue timf
DR. YOUNG,
(Late of Philadelphia,)
TTTHO HAS LOCATED HIMSELF PER
W manently at No. 75 THIRD STREET,
PITTSBURG,PA.
,Dr. Y. proposes to cure Gonorrhoea and Gleet
in from one to three days, without interfer
ence with diet or hindrance to business; Pri
mary Syphilis in from one to five days; Sec
ondary In from one to three weeks. Noctur
nal and Seminal Emissions stopped In from
flveto teti days. 8kln dlsease?and all other
dtoegey^agrivate nature, treated with un
Erysipelas, Neuralgia, Dispepsta, Scrofula
And all Tmpuri ties, ofthe Blood, and disuses
of the Kianw arid'Liver speedily cured by
Dr. Young's Celebrated Extract of Flrewrcd,
a preparation to be procured frorti no other
source.
AN EMMENAGOGUE FOR LADIES.
? -A compound prepared and sold only by Dt
Young, warranted to remove all obstructions
to the healthy menstrual flood. Importing
new tone and activity to the system! price 91
per bottle. Obstinate cases of long standing
may require No.' 2, whlen Is fottrdegreesstron
er than No. 1; price S3 per bottle.
Mr Married ladies sboold not use the above
compound for reasons made known with each
package. \ i-? u.
w5FS safe,certain land hCalthy .preventa
tive to conception furnished on application.
< Persons at a dhdahed, by stating their symp
toms, age and occupation, can receive medi
cine by express, securely packed from obser
drew Drl YOONG. No. 75 Third stieet,
Pittsburg, Pa. Office, PnlloHall, second floor
entrance on Third, near Market. Offioe hours
8 a. m. to 12 couand 1p.m. to fip.ro. oc3
SUGAR.
OIOE P. R. SUGAR.
" 7 pair Cnba^UKarN.
. and Granu

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