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r kii?at Mounnro. dec. i.
Toe Board ok Trade.?To-morrow
afternoon, it must be borne in mind,
the meeting will come off at Washing
ton Hall for the organization of the
Board of Trade. The benefits to be de
rived from this organisation are so ap
parent to nil that we need not refer to
them fully now. We hope and expect
to see a large tnrn out to-morrow after
noon at the meeting of those who signed
the calL They are the solid business
men of our city. They control our
trade, and it is to them we look for in
formation of a commercial nature. All
they lack to more fully insure full busi
ness success, is some organization. To
supply this want, the Board of Trade
will be started, and when it is fully
and fairly established, we expect to see
much good come of it. Our city, of
course, eannot expect to be considered
as a great commercial "head-centre,"
but its own trade, and the relation it
bears to our State, as its chief city, call
ror some regular system in its commer
r'g?t men have moved in the
Hoard of Trade matter, and we know
they will not stop in their work short
The 44Union Commission."?There
was a meeting last evening of the com
mittee on the organization of the branch
for this State of the "Union Commis
sion." A meeting is called for this
evening at the 4th street M. K. Church
??f all interested iu the movement to
hear the committee reports. It is hop
eel that there will be a fall turn out.
The work of organization so far lias
progressed finely, and itjis desired to
keep at it until the branch is establish
" " "ot'd not s'?te npiin now tho ob
jects to be gained by this commission.
; '"!'-v known '?"? ofonr
redire. Those j,i our city and State
on?. ?'? should ho helped *t
Once Winter, with all its riPors, will
? n be full upon us, uuu the sullerinic
\v??r~?A? P1""'* ?o be imens<i!
?\t feel that the philanthropic gcntle
Trn'i T?rkl,^.at ",e r,,ion Commission
? 'ranch will labor zealously, and we
fEK2 'Vn,,iv ,u artM w,u be made glad
this w inter by reason of their charities.
Kobiierv.?On. Tuesday- JiKht Mr
Isnao Phillips, Jt Noble county Ohio
was roblHHl hi the McLure House or the
sum of fciso. He hnU goue to be<l in
his room, leaving his clothes U-side
n" oue uC Ws vest packets was
?",e W-WJ0 "r ??"?! in his pocket
book which was iu his pi?,u pocket,
""" l';6 *>"" or t-Min. The bitter sum
.he thief secure.!, having entered the
room while Mr. Noble was asleep. The
money was taken out of tho pocket
I*."k, which was left In the room. It
il,?" n VT j?"unalB f"r Mr. Noble that
the thief dl.l not Ket into his vest.
, ',7 *"? "'e rr.soal was a l?,ld
Ml. . and it is a very (irest pity that ho
cannot is- apprehended. S? clue to
ban has as yet been obtained.
.7 "?mI" eaution our readers to bo
JL. i" f"r tliis character of
people. The cities are full of thieves,
who pK their vocation in every con-1
Su?ZSr,!?? Unil-V m|>?u
i J ? ,,,rK? sums of" money, i
1 he only way is to be on iruard, and
of'Vhieves' "I"*"1 within the reach ?
A 1 INK 1511'IKIVKMKNT.?W*
day visited tho store of the new flr-1M of
< \ J. ll.twling.fc Co., Itevggltta, Mn?.
'"t"; ''bisfirU|,with. comment,
able display of taste and h
since tltey w into possession of tho
uewri'sh."v^d "? bave put in
ilruwi'M ill ' ,iew new
w window** and in short
the irciir *ler3*thing, adding so much to
it ...... r,V appearance of the place that
Mti.? . %S,y rp*"?gnlzed as the old
flt? I have also purchased and
" .?mI up a most elegant show case acd
tome hue display Jars for their whi
tlows. I lift stabiit-hmcnl now is as tine
as there is in our city, and with it* pres
ent experienced nnd accommodating
inaui?Ki?rs can not tail to secure sueeess.
T*ie 1*. S. Navy.?Wo understand
thnt tliero are still several vacancies for
nidt'lN in tlie/United states Naval
School from this State. Two were en
tered last fall, but there are still open
ings for others. "We do not see why
this is, as we. consider that no young
man can do better than to secure an ap
pointment of this character if he de
sires an education of the kind. We
hope to learn soon that all of our vacan
cies have been tilled. We are not ud
vised fully as to what districts are not
represented, but ^npiwse the informa
tion can be obtained by addressing the
proper department*. /
ltiVEU ICews.?The river was at aj
stand yesterday, with six feet and three
inches in the channel.
Beyond the arrivals and departures
of the regular packets there were no
movements of boats to record.
The Revenue is the regular packet for
< nu innuti to-day. She will leave at 5
i>. nt. rapt. Kussell is in command and
Sir. I.ist in the oflice?two gentlemen
well ouallfied to satisfy the wants ol
loth shippers and travelers.
PfKCHASE OK A STEAMBOAT.?Yester
dn\ a dispatch was received in this city,
that Messrs. John and Peter Seybold of
one city, had purchased the day before
at the government sale at Mound City,
the towboat "Volunteer." It is not
known how much they paid tor her.?
They arc going to tit her up, probably
at this point, and will run her in some
trade. These gentlemen are well known
in our city. They are practical engi
neers, having learned the business here,
and have followed the river for a
number of years. We wish them every
success with their new craft.
OnOAStf ATIOX OF a Wooi^G rowers'
Association in Washington Co., Pa.?
The wool growers of Washington coun
ty held two meetings last week, in the
borough of Washington, which resulted
in the organization of a "Wool-Grow
ers' Association.*' At the preliminary
meeting. Judge llart stated the object of
the organization would be the promo
tion of tine wool and the wool-growing
interest of the county. He suggested
thai an annual shearing be provided,
whereby the merits of tho dllTcrcnt
qualities of wool raised in the county
could be more fully tested, and the best
and most profitable kind of stock ascer-<
tained. Appropriate remarks were,
made by Major McFarlaml, Col. John
Kwing and Kdwurd Campbell, E?q. i
l>r. Lemoyne gave his views on foot rot.
which lie claimed was curable, and was1
?J-VK ?,vor,H)"u> !'>* proper remedies!
faithfully applied. The reason whv so
many failed to effect cures was that
they operated by tits and starts, instead
?f continuing faithfully to apply well
known remedies, lie had usetl blue
vitrol as a remedy with entire success,
and if vigorous treatment, with tin'
same medicine, wore pursued by others
he had no doubt of its proving success
ful. The following gentlemen were
elected oflicers of the Association for the
President?John A. Harper. Vice
President?Jonathan Allison. Record
ing Secretary?Geo. Reed. Correspond
ing Secretary?Wm. Montgomery
Treasurer?Julius l>moyne. Execu
tive Committee?Major William Lee.
Thomas Buchanan, Wm. Dinsmore,
Wm. Davis, Col. John Kwing, Abel M.
Kvans, and Samuel Hawkins.
The next meeting of the Association
will be held on the third Monday of
February, 1866, when the time for the
annual shearing in the spring will
probably be announced.
The Weather,?An end has perhaps
come at lust to our Gne song about the
weather. No uioru, we guess, for a
while, ahall we chronicle the line days of
the past week or two. Yesterday even
ing It. blew up "kind o* cold/' and a
small spattering of rain in the evening
foretold a wet night. Bad weather can
not reasonably bo postponed much
longer, and when it uoe* come people
do say that it will come. Let it come.
A Hark Chance.?Messrs. R. Porter
& Sons offer for sale their stock of boots
and shoes, and their lease of store room
for over a year. This is one of the best
stamls in the city, being on Main street,
and the stock offered is of the best.
Any one wishing to enter into this busi
ness cannot, we think, make a better
investment than this.
"A. Ward."?To-morrow night this
renowned American "individooal" will
give an entertainment at Washington
Hall, this city. Mr. Ward will exhibit
a large number of paintings of scenes
in Utah and ninong the Mormons,
which exhibition will be accompanied
by a lecture from the great humorist.
Coming Back.?The Key. Charles H.
Malcolm, who was at one time pastor
of the Baptist church in this city, is.
going to return to oor city and take
charge of his old congregation. He
has been away from herfc about ten
- ewport, Rhode Islar.d. He is expect
ed to preach hero n^xt Sabbath.
No I'oucr Court.?-There being 110
applicar.b* for justice before the Police
Couyt yesterday, "no session was held.
- eople are getting very good, all of
marringe licenses were issued for Ohfo
county for the month of November.?
Tliis was ten loss than were issued in
the month of October.
Common Sense.?We recommend lthe
TToarhound Balxmn ns equnl in merit
to any prepnration in the market for
Conorhs. Hoarseness, Ac. It does not
const ipnte the bowls. It does not debili
tate. Tt is pleasant, safe and effectual.
Price 35 cents. Sold by T. H. Logan
? Co., and Loo an. List A Co.
f?o to Stein Brothers, corner Main
and Monroe ?ts., to see the largest
stock, the best variety and lowest
White Shirts, wool shirts, under
shirts and drawers, knit shirts, <fce.,
very low, at wholesale or retail. Oill
soon at Stein Brothers, corner Miuh
and Monroe sts.
A r.AROK nssortment of hnndsome
pioee goods just received, which we are
selling wholesale at eastern prices.
Stein Brothers, corner Main and Mon
Or?R stock of clothing is unsurpassed
in quantity, variety or prices, to which
we invite an examination. Stein
Brothers, corner Main and Monroe.
jBoots and ?hors.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WIIOL E7? A I K.
M'CLELLAN & KNOX
65 MAI * STREET*
IIATE irST RECEIVED OFR
FALL and WINTER STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
Which will be sold LOWER than the SAKE
QUALITIES nui be bought hi PHILADEL
PHIA or BALTIMORE.
mh27 M'CLELAX A KNOX.
Wine* and iiQttor*.
1IESKY ROSENTHAL. A. A. I.EVISON I
H. ROSENTHAL & CO.,
Importers A Wholesale Dealers in
Brandies, Wines, Gins,
ALCOHOL, HOIK BOX. RYE,
MONOXOA HELA WHISKY,
Catawba Wine*, Ac.,
Cider Vinegar, Domestic Wines &c?
Xo. 33 Stain Street,
(In room formerly occupied by Pry or A Frost,)
wnF.Ki.iya, w. va.
TCKOOURAGED BYTHE LIBERAL PAT
we have ffecured one of the lament and best
located warehouses In the city, where we will
have excellent facilities for receiving and
ship pint; our poods. We have fitted up the
tlbuso in the lnte*t and most approved man
ner. for the manufacture of the celebrated
l((ve Whisky aud nuperior Cider Vineuar.
The Ik-si bratodsof everything usually kept
In a fin4 claw liquor store continually on
hand and fbr sale at the lowest price*.
HK?*KY SCUMtLHACH. _ C, FOROE VELLER.
H. SCHMULBACH & CO., '
NO. 6 Mojnw* St., wbexu5o,
Imj?ortere Dealers In
Brandies, Wines, Gin,
Jlononcalieln, Ronrbon and
K Y E W II I 8 K Y .
'F.F.P constantly ON HAND A FULL
?iiT'y?ftheWrt brands of everything
in their llne^.
wWe niaiuifncture the best of
H. SCHMULBACH A CO.,
No. SMontrMrtt-l, lu room formerly occu
pied by S. I. lUock. Jel4
I'l.AHK t- 71ANK. 8. F. M1LLSK.
C, I- ZA.VR * CO.,
/Vwjwfer* .t Den!rra in Fbrrlgn <t Domestic
WINES & LIQUORS,
PFRE CATAWBA WIXEN,
Qnincy St., bet. Mnifft Market St*.,
WHEEIJNQ, W. VA.
TT^FP constantly ON HAND BRAN
IV dies, Scotch and Irtnh Whiskies, Jamalc*
Hum* and Cordial, Choice Old Rye and Bout.
boo Whiskies. vep27
ti. W. JOIIXHOJf ? HON,
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
Having availed ourselves of
all u*m? Improved facilities, we are better
prepatvd uovr than ever to fill all orders far
any artu le or work in the above line of busl
ne?H. \ allies and Conductors made to Older,
steunbont work done in a substantial and
workmanlike manner. We axe now paying
particular attention to this branch of the
trade, and cangiuurantce satisfaction In every
particular. To Wholesale Dealers we cam
oilfcr inducements that cannot be foQnd else
where. Our stock of Ware is complete, and i
the assortment is full at all UxneaTwekeen
u stock of the latest and most approved vat- 1
terns of Ooal and Wood Stoves on hand atall
Uum. U. W. johnson & HON.
KAALB. Uhen Carpet Chain on hand, and
OwU for sale at manufacturers price*
nov23 CHA9 H.BKRRY.
WTHIT KID tiLOVEB?A NEW supply
YV at fl 60, just received fav
noT^T D. NIOOLL A BR0*8.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
MWYOBK BET GOODS STOBS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
JACOBS & BRO.,
Have just opened a large
stock of Fall and Winter Dim Goods,
comprising all the latest Paris and New York
fashions. Have Just opened the.following
Black and Fancy Silks,
French Merlnoes?all colon.
An Wool Plaids,
44 44 Delaines,
Also, the following:::
Cloaks, Broche Hhawls, All Wool do.. Plaid
do.. Black do., Children's Cloaks and Shawls,
Brown and Bleached Muslins,
44 " 41 Sheetings,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Ac.
Table Damasks, Linen Table Covers, Nap
kins, LJnen Sheetings, Towels, Counterpanes,
Blankets, Ac. -
We liave also received a'large stock of La
dles' Kid Gloves, Kllk Gloves. Wool Glove*,
Cotton Ilose. Linen Handkerchiefs, Collars
and Setts. Embroideries, Insertlngs, Hoop
Skirts, Balmorals, Corset*, Ac.
We aTe dally receiving all the latest styles
of Dr?* Goods from New York. We will be
nkoKt happy to see the ladle* of. Wheeling and
the surrounding country, as we will be pleased
to show our goods, for we fire positively sell
ing our goods at Is ew York prices.
JACOBS A BRO.,
lW?Maln street, Wheeling, W. Va.
JACOBS & BRO.,
TT AVE JUST OPENED A STORE UN
11 der the McLure House, containing .a
larg e stock of
GENTS' ^FURNISHING GOODS,
WhJch we ofier at low prices. Xhir stock com
prise tliefollowlng named goods:
Gents' Fine Linen Shlrta.
- Flannel Shirts,
4* All Wool Undershirts,
- ? ? - ? "Drawers,
*' 44 Linen Hand kerchieft,
44 44 Collars,
44 Fancy Neckties,
And everything else In the Gents' Furnish
We also ofTer our stock Of Clothing. Hats
and Caps. Boots and Shoes, Trunks and. Va
lises to wholesale dealers. As we Intend to
sell our Clothing positively at cost, to tnake
room for our Dry ?oe*Is,we ofTer our Cloth
ing to dealers at prfeca to suit them.
JACOBS A BRO.,
sepf>-?m McLure House.
SPEim & INDERRIEDEN,
TTAVE R^llOVED FROM MONROE
Jri street to No. 51 Main street. In the room
formerly occupied by Jas. R. Baker.
Hare now In store, and for sale,
40l> dor. 2 tt Can Peaches.
500 44 qt. " M
300 44 2 !b 41 Strawberries.
ao 44 ot. 44 "
300 44 2 Tk 44 Tomatoes.
150 44 44 44 Pine A pples.
50 44 44 44 Blackberries.
50 44 44 44 Green Corn4
30 44 44 44 44 Peas.
SO 44 44 44 Damsons.
40 " 41 44 Whortleberries.
40 44 qt. 44 Currants.
40 44 2Xt, 44 Gooseberries.
300 cases Brandy Peaches.
20 dox. 1 B> Cans Lobster*
2iO 44 1 and 2 B> Cans Pove Oysters.
100 44 44 Spiced Oyster*.
40 44 cans 11 o'clock Lunch Oysters.
10 cases X boxes Sardines.
100 44 quart and pint Pickles.
50 44 Pepper Sauce.
SO 44 Tomato Catsup.
35 44 Worcestershire & English Club
75,000 Assorted Fine Cigars.
100 Caddies aworted brands Tobacco.
an yc butts Bright Tobacco.
20 K boxes 44
100 gross assorted Smoking Tobacco in par
40 dot drums Klllicklnlck Smoking To
40 dox. assorted bales Smoking Tobacco.
40 bbls andH bbls Smoking Tobacco.
25 kegs fine cut Chewing Tohnoco.
50 gross PunnyMde, Sweet Owen, Rose
bud and Talisman fine cut Chew
40 sack* Almonds, Filberts, English Wal
nuts, Brazil Nuts and Pea Nats.
50 eases Layer and M. R. Raisins.
25 cases assorted Jellies.
*00 Ihs. Fine Candles.
500 boxes wmrted Candy Tovs.
Also a large stock of Common Clgars.Chee_,
Scotch Herring, Soap, Candles, Blacking,
6PEIDEL A INDERRIEDEN,
oc21 51 Main St. Wheeling, W. Va.
has'l ott. morgan l. ott. wjc. n. hall.
SAMUEL OTT, SON 4 CO.
A DAPTED TO EVERY BRANCH OF
JA business where a correct and durable
Scale is required.
Connter Scales of every Variety,
PORTABLE AND DORMANT SCALES
HAT AND CATTLE HTALXX,
Warehouse and Transportation Scale*,
Scales for Grain and Flour?Scales for Rai -
roads?Scales for Coal Dealers and Miners
?Cotton and Sucar Scales?Farm and
Plantation Scales?Post Office
Scales?Banker and Jewel
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 oil aferi bearingw,
which purchasers will find upon examination
ta not the case with other scales otiered lt>r
sale in this city, which are represented to be
"as good as' Fairbanks'." A scale with cast
Iron bearings, cannot be durably accurate.
SAM'L OTT, SON A CO., Agents,
Wholesale Dealers In
Hardware, Saddlery Hardware, Ae^
Cor. Market A Monroe sts^ opposite McLure
House, Wheeling, W. Va. marl4
J. M.DILLON. n ? J.M.RICHARDS,
j. r. THO*PSOXt "? J. n. hughes.
Dillon, Thompson, & Co.,
103 Market Street,
-ORAfTICAI. PIATMBERS GAS ft STEAM
1 Fitter*, Brass Founders and General Ma
chinists Dealers in* Gas Fixture*.Lead and
Wrought Iron Pipes, Oil Well Tools and Tu
bing, sheet I^ad, Crucibles, Stone Drain Pipe,
all Kinds and sizes of Brass Coeks, Pomps,
Steam fitting*. Steam Whistles, Steam and
Water Gunge*, Sinks, Bath Tubs. dtc? Ac.
Brass Castings of all kinds made to order.
Orders from country promptly attended to.
Cash paid far old copper, brass, and lead.
DDCAN, SHERMAN & CO..
Corner or Pine Jt Raman Sis, M. T.
i as us
Circular Kotos and Circular Let
ters of Credit,
For the use aT Travelers abroad and In the
United States, available in all the principal
clUea orthe trorld; also,
For use in Europe, eASt orthe Cape of Good
Hone, Wert Indies; South America, and the
United States. aep2$-3m
J. S. TRIMBLE & CO"
i Practlfmi Plmabrra, Steam and Gaa
BATHTra^WATM Smsra^UFT AND
gr3 ?onto. -
Important & True.
JOHN ROEMER & CO.,
WHOJ.EqALE^AND RETAIL DEAL
BRS IK FANCY AND DOMES
TIC* SmiT GOODS,
Horn. SI dc 33 Main St., CentrfWhcrllng.
WTE ABIL.NoW. DAJT.Y RECLV3NO
TT an cxten>ive and thoroughly assorted
stock. Owing to the lateness of the season,
having bought many of them at large auction
sales in NewYorkand Philadelphia,!*!?! large
lot* of hnporters to close out at very reduced
prices. In consequence of which we have an
unusual large - stock of tlie-choicest goods to
be round in America, and at full 25 percent,
lean than thorn having bought their goods
several week ago. We. tliereiore, take great
jgeasufeln being able to infer^^Q Whole
sale and retftIT customers and friends, and Che
public In general,and the ladies in particular,
that we now have the larcest and by far the
surprised at the vxtensi ye stock, and the low
est prices since the war. We will onlyenu>
merate a few Items of our stock, as follows:?
Good Madder colored prints at ate; Yard wide
English chintz**, 40c; Black and white De
Lalnes. 30k illgh; colored fancy De Lain is,
87Mc; fileached ana brown muslins, 26c.J - ?t
FANCY DRESS GOODS.?Block and fancy
silks, cheap; Broche poplins, Chene poplins,
Kaubaix poplin. Plain poplin, Shepherds
plaids, all wool: Knickerbocker Wlnpeys,
-nigh colored,'all'wool; plaid* and checks,
oriental plaids, Persian twills/ biack and
white molialr, black alpacas, colored alpacas,
figured mohairs, brocade raQbalxs, black fig
ured alpacas. Km press cloths of all colore, fig
urea and stripes.
FRENCH MORINOS?In white, orange,
light, blue, Magenta, and beautiful dark
grounds with bright figures, and all the other
colors and shade* In plain goods. Black and
fancy thlbe cloths, and Coburg'sprinted cash
meres, bombasines, silk striped and chock
valencies, melanges, black crape% fancy and
mourning prints, plain, all wool. Delaines of
all shades and qualities from 30 to 78c.
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPARTMENT.?
The largest assortment of cloth cloaks in the
city, from ?S to *50.
Shawls 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
* UR DEPARTMENT.?Particular, atten
tion has been given to this stock, and do not
hesitate in saying that we have the largest In
the city, ranging from 810 to 5100 per set..
BED BLANKETH.-Whiteand colored,very
cheap: colored and white coverlets and quills.
BLACK AND FANCY CLOTHS.?Goad
black, all wool, fine cloth, for |2 CO per yard.
MEN'S WEAIL-Kentucky Jeans,Tweed,
Casslmeres. Ac., from nOc up.
FUNNEL DEPARTMENT.?Good heavy
twilled and plain for 50c; fhncy shirting flan
nel; fancy French fllonel, Rob Roy flannel;
extra heavy country flannel. Saxony flannel;
real Welsh flannels; shaker flannel, and many
other kinds too numerous to mention, at veiy
low prices* 500 balm oral skint, the finest selec
tion ever presented to the citizen* of Wheel
ing; good heavy high colored from S3 to 810.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.-Tlie largest and
best assortment at greatly reduced prices.
WOOLEN NET GOODS.?Fancy shawls
nubias, hoods, leggins and wristlets of every
variety and latest designs; undershirts and
drawers lor ladies and gents, at very reduced
PIDKE8S AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS.?A
very large assortment of the latest styles of
ornaments, buttons, gimps, cords and tassels,
In sets and otherwise.
WHITE GOODS AND EMBROIDERIES.?
A full line of white goods of all the different
kinds, Oollnrs In set?, Ac. Good linen hand
kerchiefs from 12>?c np.
Ladies'belt ribbons and buckles In gilt, jet
In consequence of not having our spacious
and steel. Also, a great variety of
and lace veils Some exceedingly nanusome
styles. Also, hair nets, en irely new, and
hundreds of other articles too numerous to
house entinly completed, we will be very
much crowded and will sell at greatly reduced
prices to make qnlck sales. We return our
sincere thanks to our friends and customers
for past favors, and by dose attention, in
creased facilities and low prices, hope to mer
it an Increased amount of patronage. Our
motto shall be "Try to please.
novtt-daw JOHN ROEMER <& Co;
Tiie undersigned, having deter
mtned to give their exclusive attention to
to their merchant tailoring, offer their entire
Ready Made Clothing'
AT NO. ISO main STREET
Next door to Grant House. at Cost, consisting
of a large assortment of
Overcoats, from $7 00 to $30 00
Cloth Coat# from 12 00 to 30 00
All wool CaatUmere suite 17 00 to 23 00
Pants, from... 2 00 to 10 00
Vests, from 2 00 to 5 0)
Also, a large assortment of Hhirta, Collars
Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Underclothing
<?c., all of "which will be sold at cost, fof
HO. 1S? MAIN STREET,
Next door to Grant Honse.
P. a?We also offer our room, 1S6 Main St.,
for rent [novS] W. D. 8. & Rro.
Alexander Heyman, ")
A. Loring. Adm'r., et al.)
By virtue of a decree rendered
in he above entitled cause on the 34th day
or October, A. D. 1865,1 shall, on ?atuidav,the
ninth day of December. 1865. at ten o'clock A.
M., proceed to sell at the front door of the
Court House of Ohio county, the following
described property, to wit; or a sufficiency
thereof to pay the debts mentioned In the
bills In this case: ?
1st. A house and lot situate on Zone's
2nd. A part of lot No. 12, in Square No. It,
bounded as follows: commencing at the north
east corner of lot No. 11, on Fifth st,, thence
north 44 feet on some street to a stake; thence
west at right tingles with Fifth street to the
western boundary, thence with said western
boundary t he like number of 44 feet to. the
northwest corner of said lot No. 11, thence
with division line between said lots Nos. II
and 12 to the beginning. ?
3d. All that pact of lot 2fo^ 14 In square No.
14 on the corner of Union and Fifth streets
south of Union and west of Fifth street*. ...
4th. Also, lots No*. ? and ltt C.
Also. Lots Nos. 7 and 8, In square 33, In Bu
ena Vista addition.
Also, lot 11 In J. *C. Ritchie's addition.
Also, lot No. 9 In Buena Vista addition.
Also, lot No. IS in J. A C. Ritchie's addition,
and lot No. 10 In same addition as last.
5th. Also, lot No. 29 in Buena Vista addi
Terms or sale, one third cash, and the resi
due In two equal Installments at six and
twelve months with interest* or at the option
of the purchasers the whole may be paid In
cash. O. L. CRANMER^^
WINE OF TAR.
WINE OF TAR.
WINE OF TAR.
WINE OF TA R contains all the ?Med
ical virtues of PIKE TREE TAR.
TT IS UNNECESSARY TO SPEAK OF
JL the curative properties of Tttr. The world
knows that If Its medical properties are prop
erly extracted and held In solution that there
are few if any remedies equal to It in curing
all Throat and Lung Disease*.
Its great curative powers are bringing 1t to
the attention of physician* and they And no
remedial agent more valned. when Its use is
Hf? of Tar Is pleasant to the taste and
adapted to both children and adults.
AS a tonic giving new vigor and life to the
system, it Is preferably to the many "Bitters"
which crowd the market and have a tendency
to increase Intemperance.
WINS OF TAR cures Consumption,
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat and Breast, Bron- '
cllitis. Asthma. Dlptheria, Gravel, Diabetes,
and Diseases of the Kidney and Bladder and
Sold by Druggists and Grocers throughout
the United States at only 91 00 a bottle^ ' t
Prepared only by
OUTEt CROOK St CO.
Ask tor Dr. Proctor's 44 WINE 'OF TARn
Genuine have "Wine of Tax" blown on
bottle. ? t
LAT6HU58 4b BrHBFIELD.
And Dealers In
Pattcts, Oils, Dvr-STtrrra, tmacAXoi E?
sxxtial Pita, Patb*t Mxpicptkb,
NO. MAIN MTRKCT.
A New and Very Desirable Brick
X ?WTLT. NEflTAND 8CBSTAJJ
I tlallv built two story brick house, on the
east side of Main Street, Centre Wheeling, be
low Second Street, containing eight rooms and
an attic, and an excellent bath room, with
water and gas on the principal floors, and a
good cellar under the house.
Tills house Is at present occupied by Mr.
WlndNhlp. Fortam^jg O'BRIEN,
Real Estate Agent, Register Building.
For Sale Cheap, and Upon Easy
IWI LI. SELI. AT PRIVATE BALE CH EA P
Ix>t No. 13, In Square No. 6, South Wheel
ing, upon which is erected a good two-stonr
brick nouse, with frame back and an excel
lent cellar. For terms, Ac., see
Real Estate Agent, Register Building,
i nov2&-lw. }
A Rare Chance for Investment
3 HUNDRED AND FI^TT AQRJgS OF
A steward's Run, known as the Cox
!es from OBllenboroRitchie Co.,
This.land, is situated within the. great oil
"belt of West Virginia,in Ritchie county, and
developments are being successfully made all
months, not far from the land.
Title perfect. For further information in
quire of H. Rosenheim, Parkersburg, W. Va.,
or to the undersigned, in Wheeling, W. Va.,
where plotscan be seen at any
Cor. Main and Monroe streets,
oct27-tf Wheeling, W. Va.
TTOPBE AND LOT No. U. Zone Street,
XiWheellnRjjvIand. House 18x40,with wine,
all two story, contain in cr seven rooms, cellar
under all the house, with wash house, stable,
coal house, Ac., with cistern of 150 bbls. 'capo
city, fruit and ornamental trees, grape vines,
straw berries, Ac., dtc. For terms inquire on
? novO-tr a. B. WILLIARfS.
Valuable Preperty for Sale.
Officx Hours frost 8 a. k. until 5 p. v..
All other times to be found at his residence.
No. 70 Eosr Htr.. feet. Keeond * Third,
2?". HAS FOB BALK
Bnilding Lots,- Store & Dwelling Homes,
wen30 On Favorable Terms.
Valuable Vineyard and Farm for Sale,
CONTAINING 71 ACRES OF LAND,
adapted to growing Grapes, with about 12
acres already set out- Also, a fine Orchard,
of A pples. Pears and Plums; 800 Currant bush
es, Ac., Ac., being the fsrm recently purchased
of August 31 ever, by W. B. Senseney. dee'd,
situated about y% mile from Caldwell's run
road. For terms, apply to
ocl J. C. COOPER,
or J. 8. RHODE*,
Administrators of the entateof W. B.Sense
ONE AMONG THE BEST BUSINESS
Stands in the city?a three story brick
noose on Water street, adJoinlnK the Sprigx
House, 22 feet front and C6 feet deep. Will be
sold on easy terms. I. IRWIN,
nov3-lm Real Estate Agent.
J WILL SELL TFTE HOUSE AND LOT I
now live In on Water Street, it fronts42 feet
inches by 94 feet deep. There is a very com
modious dwelling house with 8 rooms and a
bath house, with both hot and cold water.
Stable and ice house?all In good repair. I
will sell my groceries and give possession to
the person purchasing if they want them, as
I wish to quit business. For particulars In
quire of J. K. BOTSFORD,
sepl-tf Water St,. Wheeling. W. Va.
Dwelling Houses at Auction.
Saturday, December 2d
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
at the front door of the court House, on
Saturday, December 2d, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Lot No. 18, on the north east corner of Mnin
and Division streets. Sixth Ward, on which
is a good brick dwelling house and brlckstable.
Lot No. 16 on the east side of Main street.
Sixth Ward, on which are TWO good brick
dwelling louses and brick stables.. P
. Part of Lots 11$ and 116 fronting about 98
feet on Webster street, between the Seoond
Presbyterian Church and the alley on the
west, on which is a eood brick dwelling house
and storeroom or office. .
Ixit No. 215 on the west side of "EoflTstreet.
Terms?One-third cash and balance in six
and twelve months, with interest, satisfactori
ly secured. J. W. PAXTON,
House and Lot for Sale, Cheap.
J OFFER FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
large and comfortable house, corner of
orth street and the Pike, in which Mr. Jacob
Amdt now resides. This house contains ten
rooms, and is built to secure comfort and con
venience. There is a good stable on the lot,
and the various other outhouse** are faultless.
Terms reasonable and title indisputable.
Real Estate Agent, Register Building.
Norway nail rod, best brands.
Single and Double Horse Shoe Iron, war
Dandy and Heavy Tire Iron, all sizes.
Flat Bar of all descriptions.
Round and Square Iron.
Annealed and Bright Wire, No. 8 to 30.
Sheet Iron, Plow Moulds, 4c,,
On har.d andfor Bale at
No. 15 Main Street
We Invite the attention of Blacksmiths and
Iron consumers to our large and vavied stock,
and solicit their orders for same.
sep22 ACHESON. BELL ? CO.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
. Dalton Knitting; Machine Co.
XTTE OFFER TO THE PUBLIC THE
YVj, simplest, strongest,. an4 best Knitting
Marline in the world. Send for a Circular.
Agents wanted. Address (enclosing stamp),
DALTON KNITTING MACHINE CO.,
No. 34 Fifth St.. Pittsburg, Pa.
Religious Book House!
No. 22 Monro? Sir., Wbe?llnK,
? CONSTANTLY ON HAND A large
1 splendid assortment or Family and
, Bibles, all styles and prices.
Prayer and Hymn Books of all denomina
tions and In every style of binding.
-Theological and Religions books in great
.V^nrstock of Sunday School Library, Ques
tion, Hymn,Mu5lcand clasB Books, Catechism,
"-pliers, Primer*, Tickets, Picture
and Teacher's helps, are ample
for the^vranw of Sunday Schools of every
klhd. A liberal donation to all Sunday Schools
GEO. W. STONER,
Sole Agent for the most deservedly popular
Sunday School Music Book, "Musical iearei,"
bv Phfllp Philips. ClncinnatL ' dec20-Jul5
Fire Proof Salamander Safes.
JOSEPH A. SETCAir,
66 Maet Strxet,
ts Agent for the sale or
L BUBK ? BARNES'
POWDER PROOF LOCKS,
Sates Nos. 1.1S, 4.5,6,7, and 8, always on hand.
Jeweler Sates, and
Banker Sates .
Furnished to Order at
JugMf Manufacturers' Prices.
P. C. HILDRETH & BRO.,
SS Main Ntmt,
WHEELING, W. VA.
r HOLES ALE DEALERS IK NAIL ROD
Shanghai Slatches, Salt, Wooden Ware, Ac. i
Agents for Howe's Improved Counter and
The kigheei market price paid/or Bag*, Flax
teed, Ginseng, Scrap Iron, <fcc. JylS
fMcCabe, Kraft & Co.,
HO. S3 HAW STREET,
Wheeling, W. Va.
A LAROB A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
"Drugs, Paints, White Lead,
MedEstxieq, Oils, , . Brushes,
Chemicals, Varnishes Perfumeries,
Dye Stuflfe, Patent Medicines 8plces, &c., &c~,
Always on hand, which are offered to the
trade at low figures.
Purchaser are respectfully Invited to call.
H. CRAXOLE. J AS- DALEELI^ B. CBAVGUE.
CtANGLE, DALZELL * CO.,
Produce & Commission Merchants,
A'olM <f 40 Monroe A121 Market 8L,
aprt WHEELING, W. VA.
Proposals for liaising Sunken Ves
sels, &c., on the Mississippi Eiv
er and Tributaries. jj)M
TREAStTRY DEPARTMENT. )
Office sup^'o. spec. ao*t. 2d ag'ct, >
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 20th, 1805. )
tn pursuance of instructions
I from the Secretary of thts Treasury, all bkis
heretofore received lor "raising, wrecking and
the delivery of sunken vessels, Ac., on the
Mississippi river and tributaries," have been
rejected, and new advertisements ordered,
with a view of seenring wider con?petltl|~?
phis, Tenn., until December 15th. 1NJ5, at 12
il.Tfor "raising, wrecking and delivering at
convenient ports, all sunken vessels, whether
steamers, gunboats, flats or barges, or parts
thereof, in any part of the Mississippi river or
its tributaries hefttrir Cairo.1**LUi
The foil jwlng points will be observed by
parties making such proposals:
I. The Government desires to restore the
streams In ques^on to un early navigable con
dition, so far as-the removal of the sunken
vessels can do It.
II. All vessels, boats, or parts thereof, will
be delivered at one of the following named
ports: Natchez, Vicksburg, Yazoo City, Miss.; ;
lJttle Rock, Helena, Ark.: New Orleans. Alex- ;
andria, La.; Memphis, Tenn.; and will there
be sold upon due public notice, and contrac
tors will be compensated out of the pnnreeds
of such sales. Proposals may covcr the whole
work, or be confined to the work In one or
more of the rivers.
III. Proposals. wUI /The raising,
wrecking and delivery at either of the desig
nated ports of all. sunken vessels, whether
Steamers, Gunboats, Barges or Flats, and
whether sunk by the United States or rebel
forces, and whether of materia] value or not;
and the removal of all hindrances to naviga
tion caused by the sunken vessels, and the'
thorough clearing of the channels as far as
they are obstructed by the same; and must
stipulate to conm-ence the work as early and
Eush it forward as rapidly as the stage of wa
?r will permit.
IV. Each proposal must, therefore,distinct*
ly set forth the names of the streams in which
parties propose to operate, and specify the
lowest percentage of the net proceeds of wale of
the vessels, Ac., ho raised and delivered at
either of the designated places of delivery, for
which they agree to do the/work.
V. A deposit or Five' Thousand Dollars
(85,000) will be required from each of .the bid*
dersat the time of bidding, to enhtm? the good
faith of the bid and the c&aying oUtof the con
tract, (if awarded); and satisfactory reference
must be given, also, as to the ability and good
ftilth of ttie1 bidder to perform the work In
question. The sufficiency of the referee* must
be officially certified by the nearest officer of
VI. Forms of proposal (a copy of which see
below),and envelopes, properly addressed and
indorsed, have been prepared and forwarded i
to ea?-h of the Surveyors of Custom* at Pitt*- i
burgh. Wheeling, Cincinnati,-Louisville,Cnl- i
cago.st, Louis, Cairci tod NbW Orleans, who ,
will furnish them upon application.
VII. Proposals will be opened on the 15th of
December, prox.,at 12 m., and the award made
as soon as approved by the Secretary of the
VIII. The sums deposited by unsuccessful
bidders will be returned when the contract Is
awarded; the deposit on the part of Unsuc
cessful bidder or bidden* will hie retained t '
forfeited to ihe UiMted Ktatenupdn uon-J
pliance with the wratsof the*contract,<
funded upon the faithful completion or the
work. ? , WM. W. ORME, ;
Supervising Special Afi^ut*.Ac., 2d Agency,
FORM OF PBOPOSAL.
7b Supervising Special Agent, 2d Ageacg, Treas
ury Department, Memphis, Tenn. :
Sir : In pursuance of your advertisement of
the 20th November, 1865, 2nvlting "proposals
for contracts for raising, wrecking and deliv
ering of sunken vetsels. Ac.,on the Mississippi
river and tributaries (below Cairo)," sub
mit the following:
I. propose to raise and wreck In the
stiearn hereinafter named alt steamers, gun
boatMlafeand barge**, together with all their
appurtenances, whether of material value or
not, and whether suuk.by the United States
or rebel force*, or In pursuance of orders f
either?or to avoid cap tyre by either force
prior to the closing of .thenar: toremo e all
and every obstruction to navigation caused
by the said sunken vessels and to clear the
channel thoroughly ortheTO'?.so that thenav
ipation of the streaih may not be interrupted
on account of the vrimer to deliver the ves
sels, Ac., raised, at either of the following
named places, and to do the said work at the
following named rate of per centage of the
nett proceeds oi sales of said vessels and ap
purtenances at said place of delivery. vis;_^
Name of Place of delivery. - Hate of
__ ? ? ';?< compsat'n.
w, . fNatchez and VlcksO
Mississippi burg. Miss. Memphis >?
^Tenn fS. OHeansCa. 1 f,
Arkansas... | Jgjjj^Bock,
\ for ? V ct.
?, ?c.. ct.
"White-Helena, Ark. Memphis, Tnfor ? V ct.
Yazoo..Yazoo Cy. Vicksburg,Miss..for ?.?* ct.
Talahatchle. do do -for ? V ct.
Yallobusha. do ? > do . j ..for ? ^ ct.
lied..?Alex., La., Natchez, Mlss._for ? V ct.
Ouchlta. do do for ? ^ ct.
?II. propose, if the contract is awarded to
that will use every means _ln
power to execute the same in the ?promptest
manner possible: that will, wlienevertbe
stage of water will permit, immediately go to
work and employ hands and machinery suf
ficient to Insure the early compleflopi of .the
contract, and that ?- will honestly endeavor
to promote the best Interests; of the Govern
ment. - ' i
III. The deposit of Five Thousand Dollars
(85,000) Is herewith inclosed by draft of
on .Ac., Ac.
names of those not Incltided. The vicJmtv ef'
either of the above places of de
JJfv.e.fy ^U1 KUlde contractors in their selection
of the place of delivery, at their option.
We the undersigned hereby certify that we
of U8> amLpexaonally acQoalnt
ability to execute a"
posed In a speedy
U. s. Custom House,
'"rtKy. upon honor, that the foi
r of Customs.
Boots and Shoes
ECOND ITOCX OP
Wall Paper & Borders,!
JU8T OI'JKNKl) HY
^ No. 30 M.snroe Streot.
NESBITT & BRO.
ttAve remove d their tut a sheet
XI Iron Ware Mmaulactory and Sales Room
from their old stand, No. M Main *traetTTentre
No. 33 KOTTROE STREET,
(between Market and Main streets,) fl
OC23 WHEELING, W. VA. |
W." J^odns. ISAAC COTTS, TR.
W. J. COTTS & CO
Wholesale Dealers hi
Groceries, Liquors & Produce,
No. 1? Market Square, .
aogS-6m wheeuno. W. VA.
CASE Id DRAKE'S - PLANTATION
ipBlttexm. 75 Cmem Hoste iter's Stomach
Bitten. SO Cases Hnbbel's Golden Bitter*.?
McCABE-KHAFTA CO 8'
Hart CBKKD, jOEUJT*CP'S.
WC U R E WARRANTE D*W
IT DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED.
? describing all symptoms.
9~Callfor\ Qircular descrQHn
LKJ \i JJ V i
[1HE SYMPTOMS OK CATARRH AS
J they genemlly appear are at first very
slight. Persons And they have a cold, that
they have frequent attacks, and are more
sensitive to the ohangw of temperature. In
this condition,-the Mom tarry be dry, or a slight
discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards becom
ing thick and adhesive. As the disease be
comes chronic, the discharges are Increased In
quantity and changed In quality; they are now
tnickand heavy, and are hawked or coughed
destroyed; deafness frequently takes place.
Another common and Important symtoin of
Catarrh Is that the person Is obliged to clear
his throat In the morning of a thick or slimy
mucus, which has fnllen down from the head
way to the lungs, and should l06e no time in
The above are but few of the many Catarrh
A single Bottle will Inst ? inontlt?to
* Wiueu UirM timeti a day.
DR. D. H. SEELYE & CO..
Sole Proprietors, Chicago, Illinois,
And fbr sale Ijy all Druggists.
McfABE, KRAFT A CO.,
Wholesale Agents for Eastern Ohio and West
Virginia. ti- feZMy
DR. R. GOODALE'S
THIS. MODE OF TREATMENT^*
The Acme of Perfection!
It Cures Hay, Rose and Periodic Catarrh.
It Cures Catarrh In all its Types and Stages.
It Cures catarrh, and avert? Consumption.
It Cures Catarrh and Pain in the Temples
No violent Syringing of the Head.
The'Sense of Taste andfmell Restored.
77OR CENTURIES CATARRH HAS DE
JP fled the skill of .-physicians and surgeons.
No-in ed foal work contains a prescription that
will eradicate It. Nothing nave Dr. Goodale's
remedy will break It up, radically, .destroying
the principal of the disease, and precluding
the poslblllty of a relapse.
No form of Catarrh can withstand Its search
power, and no mode of treatment ever af
led such immediate relief, or gave such
Hay. ? RofiK. ajo> Periodic .Catarrh.?
Dr. R. Goodale s Catarrh Remedy and mode of
treatment, not only affords the greatest re
lief in every variety of Catarrh, bnt it extin
guishes the disease forever In all its types and
stage**. -Kvery one tweaks well of it.
Price 51.00 j>er Bottle. Send a stamp for Dr.
Goodqle's New Pamphlet 00 Catarrh, its per
fect mode j6f treatment and rapid Cure. Infor
mation of jfcdeeless valuer-send or call at once.
C. R. Parker, Sole Agent, 75 "Bleecker St.,
WFor sale by T. H. LOGAN & CO., and
LOGAN. LIST A CO., Wheeling.
OLD HOME BITTERS,
J*, ! -OB -
PHIDE OP VIRGINIA.
To Cure Dyspepsia
To Cure Dyspepsia
To Cure Dvspemia
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitten*.
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 Homo Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Use the Old Home Bitters.
Loss of Appetite
Loss of Appetite
Ixws of Appetite
_ Loss of Appetite
Restored by Old Home Bitters.
Restored by Old Home Bitters.
. Restored by Old Home Bittera.
( Restored by Old Home Bitters.
VmWeak Trthde Strong!!!
The Sick made Well:!!
The Old made Young!!!
The Depressed are brightened!!!
The pale cheek glows with Health
By using OlcTHome Bitters.
By using Old Home Bittern.
By using Old Home Bittera.
By using Old Home Bitters.
By using Old Home Bitters.
It|always gives satisfaction.
It does what we claim.
it sells rapidly.
It is the only cure for Dyspepsia.
It is a good Tonic for Fevers.
It is a healthy stimulant.
It is chemically compounded.
It is an elegant Preparation.
Golden Periodical Pills,
Infallible in CorrectluK Ip-eyulnrltles, Remov
ing ObstructMms t>f the Monthly Tunis,
from Whatever Cause, and
ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL AS A PREVENTIVE.
It is now over thirty years since the above
celebrated Pills were tlrst discovered by DR.
DUPONCO, of PnriM, durluK which time they
have been extensively and uucvessfuly used
In inont of'the nubile institutions, as well us
In private prnctfoe, of both hemispheres, with
unparalleled sucOMR tn every case, and It Is
only at the ??.urgent request" of the thon
I Nitnd?uf'.l4(lli? who hove umhI tliem, that lie
In Induced to make the Pill* nubile for the al- |
} lev kid ion of these suit'eiing from any Irregu
larities whatever, as well as to prevent an ln
rrwuwof family whuru health will not permit
ONE PII.I, IN A DONE.
KciiuUvn peculiarly situated, or those *up
jMMtlnu iliemM'lvcH'Ko. are cautioned twnlnst
UftltiKthew Pills while ll) that coiulltlou lost
1 9sl <a%
lilllty, although their mildness would prevent
I nny tnlM<hl?i to health, otherwise the Pills
I a in recommended i?n
ilofcT 1NV AtllXtlLK kkmbdy
f for all th<?e a fillet Inu complaints so peculiar
to the sex, vis; DUtrtumu andP^tinful Slm
I ?tru itliint, IMrtttion, fktfn in the Hack ant I Loins,
dlmt complaints, particularly that most
I niiitoyliiK, weukuulnu, and the beginning of
, mII other female i?
The Ijeucorrtacea, or Whites.
I At thosatne time, there la nothing in these
pills that can do injury to life or health. I*rt
the direction* be strictly followed and you will
find them to be all they are represented.
OKE BOX lf? BUFFiriEHT.
50,600 Boxes hare l?een Sold Within
Ten Thousand. Bores sent by Letter, both by ]
myself and Agents, to all parts of the world,
to which answers have been returned. In
which ladies say, nothing like the above puis
have been known since the Scxkngk or
Medicine dawwkd tjtox thk World,
In H emoving Obstructions A Bestor
- iBgHstnreto Its Proper Channel.
QtriETiKO THK XKKVss and bringing bock tho
SOtSS&Sf to Uu ot thS
Price UptrBpi. UxlontH.
Bold by M'CABE,KKAFT A CO, WbolewJe
DmotlM*. 86 MainUM, Wheels. Oeneral
Wbole?al.Ag?intor W?t Va-ttoWhom all
ondciH must be addressed. Sold at Retail, by
REED, KRAFTACoT^ netau, uy
W. tT4 j7j.PICKERfNO.
? . Jendlog fJJO to either of the
above ageou to tb* Wheeling Pott Office, can
have tbepllli sent, (eosiddemtlallyjbyMall.
to any pan of tbaoountly, "froeof postage.
a D. HOWET
o*2S-]jrd >ola Proprietor, New York.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
?VESTABLIAITED AN A REFUGE
THE ONL TPLA CB WHERE A CURE CA19
R. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED n
I Certain, Bpeedy and only KIT
IP the wrmd for a" ~
-JVenknesa of the'Rack and Ltmbo.!.?
Aflfections of the Kidneysand Bladder, Invol
untary Discharges, Impotency, General De
billtv, N ervouaness, Dypepsia. Languor, .Low
Spirits, Con^onoMdeBiv PalpUafioa oTtho
?* * ??~bllng4?w*? **"* ?
_ ? 'ft mat1,
__ or 8kln, Affections of the Liver, Lungs,
Stomach or Bowels?those terrible disorders
to their victims than the song of Syrens to
the Mariners of Ulyases, blighting *helr most
brUliant hopes or. anticipations, r^ndaring
marriage, ?fcc.', impossible.
Especially, who have )>econie the victims of
Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive
habit which annually sweeps to an untimely
crave.thousands of Young Men of the most
exalted talents and brilliant Intellect, who
might otherwise . have entranced listening
Senates with the thunders or eloquence, or
TOked to e*st?oy the living lyre, may call
with fUll confidence.
Married Persons or Young Men contempla
ting marriage, being aware of physical weak
ness. organic debility, deformities speedily
He who places himself under the care of Dr
J., may religiously confide In his honor as
rely upoa life
Immediately en red and full Vigor Restored.
This distressing affection?which render*
life and marringe impossible?la the penalty
paid by the victims of improper Indulgences
Young persons are too apt tocommlt excess**
from not being aware of the dreadful conse
quences thnt may ensue. Now, who that un
derstand*.; the subject will pretend to denv
that the power of procreation Is lost sooner
jerlnua and <i(?rncUve ^yroptoff^ "to 5!th
hody nnrt mind arise The ?y?em Iwoma
HornnoMl tliA Plirslmil nnrl Unni.i n .J1""
a Wasting of the Frame, (^ugh^ConsumrL
tlon. Decay and Death. ' K ' LonsuraP
Office. No. 7 Ron tli Frederick Nf^tJ:
Left hand side going from Baltimore street*
a few doors from the corner. Fail not to ob
serve the name and number.
Jetton* must be paid and contain a stamp.
The Doctor's Diploma hongs In his office.
A CUR? WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
JVo Mercury or Nauseous Drugs?
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons
London. Gmdnate from one of the most emi
nent Colleges.In the United States, and the
greater part of whose life has been spent in
the hospitals of London, Paris P^iladelplila
and elsewhere, has effected some of the most
astonishing cures that were ever own.
many troubled with ringing In the
cars when asleep, great nervousness, -being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfhlness, with
frequent blushing, attended sometimes with
i derongement of mind, were cured immedii
aU?ly'TAKF. PARTICULAR NOTICE.
I Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured
i themselves by Improper indulgence and solli
i tarv habits, which ruin both body and mind
unfitting them for either business, study, so
| C'Those are pome of the sad and melancholy
I effects produced by early habitsofyouth^ylz
Weakness of the ^iack and Limbs, Pains In
the "Head, DlmhewofBlghLLomofMusj^ai
I power. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia,
Nervous Irritability, Derangement of thelj.
gestlve Functions. General Debility, Symp
are mnoh to be <%de^L<*s of Memjwf
Confusion of Tdeas, Depression orPnlrtts,E\...
Forhodlnjrs. Aversion to wiety,SelM^trus..
Ijove or Poll tiule. Timidity; Ac., are some 1
| t^nTonwindsof persons of all ages oannow
indue what is the cause of their decllnlnR
health, losing their vleor, becoming wen^t,
1 pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singu
lar appearance about the eyes, cough ard
| svmptoms of consumption.
| Who have injured themselves by a oertA. n
' nmctlee indulged in when alone, a habit fte
onontlv learned from evil companions, or at
school,* the effects of which are nightly felt,
I even when asleep, and If not cured,*rendeis
marrtaeefinprwtble, and dc?ra?-both mind
and body, should apply immediately.
What a pitv that a young man, the hope of
hlx?nntiy. the darllne of his Parents, riunM
! he snatcheA from nil ptwpecta and ?"njoy
ments of life, by !>'? conwqnenrw
1 tine from the path of natnw and Indulging
In JSalnsecwt habit. Such persona. >re*r
P?-flect that a sound mind and hotly are the
! rr-ost necessary requisites to promote connu
i bial *"*pplness. Indeed, without these, the
Journey through life l-eeome" BP"
Kiimiure: the pm^pect. hourly darkens to the
1 view; the mind become* shadowed with ill*
nnlr and Ailed with the melancholy
ilon that the happiness of another beomut-d
blighted with otir own.
DISEASE OP IMPRUDENCE.
When the misanlded and imprndentvotorr
of pleasure finds that he has Imbibed tlia
seeds of this palnftal disease, It too often haj>
pensthat an Ill-timed sense of shame, or drean
of discovery. deter* him from^applylnf,
those who. from education and respectability,
dtn alone befriend him, dehvvln[t till the con
stitutional symptoms ol nus horrid disease
make their appearance, snch as nlcemt?l wiro
, #*- -oat. diseased now, nocturnal pnlns in the
i.ead and limbs, dimness or sight, deaftiew,
nodes on the shin-bones and arms, blotches
4Un ViiAil AirwkonH TITffeirt^lnE
ortnemouin ortne ooues of the nose wdlin,
and the victim of this awful disease bewwnes
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 melancholy fact, that thousands fal.
victim* to this terribledisease, owing to the
nnpkillftilnessof ignorant pretenders, who,by
the use or that deadly poison *hrcurv,.ruin
the constitution, and make the residue of life
Trust not your lives or health to the care of
manv unlearned and worthless pretenders,
destitute of knowledge, name or character
who copy Dr. Johnston* advertisements, or
style themselues, in the newspaper*, regular
lv Educated Physicians; incapable of curing,
thev keep you trifling month. afteT month,
taking their filthy and poisonous compounds,
or as long as the smallest fee can be obtained,
and in despair, leave yon with ruined health
to sigh over your own galling disappointment.
Dr. Johnston is the only Physician adver
His credentials or diplomas, always hang in
his office. .
His remedies or treatment are unknown to
all others, prepared ftnm a life spent in the
great hospitals .of Europe, the A ret in the
eountrv, and a more extensiveprtvale 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 lm
poriant Snrglcal OperationsbZ
gunj diseases SPEEDILY curee.
"PRO BONO PUBLICO/'
CURED IN THL SHOBTEST POSSIBLE TOCK
(Late of Philadelphia,)
WHO HAS LOCATED HI MR ELF PER
manently at No. 75 THIRD STREET,
Dr. Y. proposes to core Gonorrhoea and Gleet
In from one to three days, without Interfer
ence with diet or hindrance to business; Pri
mary 8yphllls In from one to live days; Sec
ondary in from one to three weeks. Noctur
nal and Seminal Emissions stopped In from
five to ten days. Skin diseases and all other
diseases of a private nature, treated with an
para! led snccera.
Erysipelas, Neuralgia, Dispepsia, Scrofula
and all Impurities of the Blood, and diseases
of the Kidney and Liver speedily cured by
Dr. Young k Celebrated Extract of Fireweeo,
a preparation to be procured from no other
AN EMMENAGOGUE FOR LADIES.
A compound prepared and sold t*nly by Di
\ oung, warranted to remove all obstruction*
to the healthy menstrual flood. Imparting
new tone and activity to the svstem: price ?1
per botUe. Obstinate cases of long standing
| may require No. 2, which is four degrees stron
er thft" No. 1; price f5 per bottle,
i ?3r Married ladles should not use the above
1 compound for reasons made known with each
and healthy preventa
tive to conception famished on application.
Persons at a distance, by stating their symp
toms, age and occupation, can receive medi
cine by express, securely packed from obser
vation. - -'
Address Dr. YOUNG, No. 75 Third rtrepl.
Pittsburg, Pa. Office, Phllo Hall, second floor
entrance on Third, near Market* Office hours
8 a.m. to 12 m. and! p. m. to 5 p.m. oo3
Inspection and Laf Tobacce
Nob. SB, 61 and 63 Front, and 62,64 and 66
Water, bet. Vine ? Walnut St*.,
?VRetarns promptly made.
CHAS. BODMAK, Prop'r.
D. HIHATT. Inspsstot. sosurtl-flm