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CAMPBELL, FBBW & CO.
ZDITOKS AND PBOPKI* lOBS.
IdDlV JCi?E It.
We Shall probably not be able to give
oar readers the exact! vote on the
Amendment to the State Constitu
tion. until the official returns are
opened in July. Il appears reasonably
certain, however, that the majority
?? for ratification " will not fall below
7,000. The vote polled Is a large but by
no means a full one. While the vote
cut is probably heavier in many of the
counties than any since the breaking
out of the rebellion, still it is far from
being equal to the nnmber registered. In
tbia county we believe the number of
votes cast wa* some six or seven hun
dred less than the number registered.
In Kanawha county the disparity was
much greater, in other counties per
haps as great, and in all very consider
able. Of all those who were registered
but did not vote for or against the
amendment, it is safe to say that eight
tenths are loyal men, and will co-ope
erate with the Union party this fall.
Every observing man knows that the
party which has always been known in
this country as "democratic," brings
out nearer its full strength in every
conteat.it makes, than any opposing or
ganization. It has always been clan
nish, and, for a few year?, past, has been
something more. While other parties
have found it impossible to bring their
friends to the polls, this organization,
whenever it has attempted a contest,
has brought ont iu last man.
It is not necessary to speculate
what the agency is, it is suf
ficent to refer to it as a fact. In the can
vass that ended on the 24th of May,
this organization put forth efforts
worthy of its palmiest days. Every
device, every deception and every
agency that conld be made usefal was
employed. The whole strength of the
party was registered (so far as it could
without perjury and in some cases a
liule further) before half the Union
men bad been: and with exceptions,
very rare, indeed, il there are any at
all, every registered Democrat voted,
while the hundreds of registered voters
who did not go to the polls belong tc
the Union party. Whatever the whole
vote falls below the whole registration
should be added to the vote for the
Amendment to show the real strength
of the Union party in this county, aud
in Ibe State. We have always bad a
Union majority in Ohio county when
all the voters could be got to the polls;
and when this county next fall gives
the Union ticket some 600 or euo more
than it gave the Amendment, our con
servative friends will doubtless be able
to realise the fact.
It is nearly always impracticable to
get a full vote on any abstract proposi
tion. There are always those who can
not be brought to take an interest in a
canvass unless there are personal con
siderations to arouse tbem. In the
contest this fall, when so many and
such various offices are to be lill?l,
there will bo scarcely u man in any
county who will not be brought out by
some friend who 1s a candidate for
something. In the recent canvass in
this county, and many others, there
was not even a party organization of
?ny sort to bring ont the Union voters;
some who lavored the object of the
amendment thought iu language ob
jectionable, and felt nnwllling to vote
either for or against it; others were
driven into a like attitude by the mis
representation of Its enemies; and
some thoroughly loyal men, who be
long to the Union party and will co
operate heartily with it in the future as
tbey have in the past, felt constrained
by social and family ties to remain neu
tral. In any contest not involving the
delicate considerations which voting
upon the amendment did for many, the
Union party will receive their cordial
co-operation. II there should be any
who will not be reached by the personal
Interests of the canvass this fall we
shall have an organization that will
bring them out. Bo that we may confi
dently expect next fall greatly to in
crease the Union vote in every county.
The Marylaxd Coal Trade.?The
Cumberland Civilian says that the coal
trade over the Baltimore ? Ohio Rail
road. since the resumption of trade in
April, has been greatly increased,
from all the mines west of Cumber
land, 80,000 tons or coal were transport
ed by this road In four weeks, ending
on lit Friday. For the first week in
laat month V7,S? tons were carried, this
being the largest week's work but one
In the history of the company. In the
fourth week of last month the quantity
ahipped was 31,800 tona. being 5,180 car!
loads, an increase of 2J30 tons over any
previous week. The trade gradually
increases with the increase of the taps
city of the road. New locomotives,
new cars, and the double track, which
la almost complete between Cumber
land and Baltimore, contribute to this
work, and the amount of coslahlpped
tbia year by the road will be much
greater than anv previons year. The
company is now able to transport
l.oooiooo tona per year, and expect to be
able next year to swell (heir capacity to
double that amount.
A WiunaiF iMimi.?A Hono
lulu paper of a recant date reports that
a seaman belonging to the whaleahlp
Mllo, a Brazilian by birth, who has
been arrested aa a runaway, on being
taken on board theshlp, seized a hatch
et laid his left hand on the deck, and
coolly chopped il off at the wrist joint.
When taken to the consuls office he
said he was determined not to goto sea,
and cot bis band off to prevent going.
He declared, moreover, that If he had
had a knife Jw? would have killed him
self. "But you are crasy, are you notr
'pl&n? The'consul* ordered'hlmto ?
hospital, where hisarm was amputated.
Ax Isthawtawt or JL Florida Ct
prkss Swamp.?A-correspondent of the
Lynn (Maaa.) BrparUr writes from Sa
vannah. Georgia, that a man in Florida
came into Lake City from the woods
the other day, s od having heard eome
one speak of Lee's surrender, conld not
SnSds to believe. "No," ..Id he. "1
haarn tell, a right smart spell ago, that
the Yanka had got Richmond, but as
for old Bob Lee's surrendering he
hain't done no such athlng. He huln t
tb? boy for that, for I've been in his
?ray once mySf, mud I know him.
He won't do it."
Salaries.?The largest salary psid
any one man in Now England Is re
ceived by the agent of the Salisbury
Woolen Mills, N.wboryport, who baa
fifteen thousand dollars a year. The
lowest salary was probably received by
that Methodist clergyman who asserted
at the Boston convention lsst week that
bis remuneration for tho tint year's
nieachiug consisted of a new hat and a
bushel of apples, while at pteaent he
-was more fortunate, his salary amount
ing to about twenty-five dollars a year.
guunUo of *e?6odlata IB Sew Ens
land.
The New England Methodist Episco
pal Convention, which adjourned on
the 11th, had some carious statistical
statements made to it during its session
in Boston:
the growth of the Methodists in New
England has been in the following ra
tio, as compared with the Baptist de
nomination: ,
In Boston, increase of Baptists from
1850 to 1SS5. 1- per cent.; Methodists, 43
per cent.: Boston and vicinity, daring
the same time, Baptist. 29 per cent.;
Methodists, 67 per cent,
i In Massachusetts?increase of Bap
I lists, 14 per cent,; Methodists, 57 per
^In New England?increase of Bap
tists, 7 per cent.; Methodists 28 per cent.
As compared with Congregational
ists: Boston, from 1850 to 18r??increase
of Congregationalism, 7 per cent.; Meth
odists, 43 per cent.; Boston and vicinity
?Congregationallst*, 39percent.; Meth
dists, 67 per cent.
Massachusetts ? Congregationalists.
16 per oent_: Methodists, 37 per cent.
New England?Congregational ists, 15
per cent.; Methodists, 28 per cent.
Increase as compared with popula
I tfon-JSSO to lWS-BostoD-increafce of
population, 40 per cent.; Methodists, 43
I per cent.
Boston and vicinity?increase of pop
ulation, 58 I>er cent.; Methodists, 65 per
"^Massachusetts?increase of popula
i tiou, 27 per cent.; Methodists, 37 per
i^New England?increase or popula
tion, froui 1550 to 1860, 14 per cent.;
Methodists. 23 per cent. r , ,
The Methodists of New England
number 104,i)00 members and local
preachers. 111,000 Sabbath-school sch?>
I ant and 370.000 volumes in the Sabbath
school libraries. Rhode Island and
Connecticut have the largest number of
volumes for the use of the scholars.
Rhode Island and Massachusetts have
the largest number of scholars as com
pared with members. There are 910
churches and 430 parsonagM, valued at
$4,250,000, or at the rate of $40 for each
member. The largest average is in
Rhode Island, where the value of this
pro|*Tty to each member is SSI.
Hentlraent In Virginia?(io.rruor
pelrpolnt.
The New York Timea contains a let
ter from a correspondent in Richmond,
dated the 7th inst., in which it is stated
that "it seems to be reserved for the
cities and the upland counties to manl
iest whatever or disaffection to the Gov
I eminent, or rancor against the North
I and the new order, there is in the
suite." The correspondent ronUnura:
That there is some of all this leu is
more apparent in Richmond than any
where else in the State, the people here
'' indulging themselves in the unpronta
ble employment of cutting off lhe nose
to spite the face. W ithout capital
themselves, these men do not want cap
ital brought here, because it_wjJJ Jlu?
men with it, and they are afraid of t he
"little leaven that leaveneth the whole
lump." In this spirit they encleavor to
break down every enterprise run by
Northern capital. They will not pat
ronize the Ballard House because Mr.
Maine and Col. French, ?be proprie
tors. are Northern men, and the latter
1 gentleman is furthermore guilty or the
1 crime of having been on Butler's staff
in New Orleans. Auother instance was
the Republic, which was warred upon
hecanaa of the suspicion that it was
backed by Northern money.
Another correspondent in Richmond.
I writing on the 6th Instant, speaks as
' follows of the unfortunate mistake
made by Governor Peirpoint In oppos
ing the continuance of the test oath for
voters in the Constitution of Mrginia.
I ^Governor Peirpoint doubtless regrets
the first step of bis administration in
enabling Rebels disfranchised by the
Alexandria Constitution to decide upon
the question of their own disfranchise
ment, and thus to resume power. But
1 there U no help for it now, except from
Congress. The Governor has become
4*tbe best abased" or the Rebel jour
nals, and bis chief meril of many is his
1 unpopularity with them. That ILVV??,
' not make martyrs of the ex-Rebels,
and set up an oligarchy of Unionise,
were the reasons given for the mag
nanimity by which the present in?>n
gruous Legislature held their session.
The tendency of things as they are, if
unchecked, is to make martyrs of Vn
ionists, and an oligarchy of the ex
Rebels. Material reconstruction, let
us trust, promises more fairly.
Items.
A couplo were married in Cairo
last week with a ludicrous difference
in age, the bride being thirteen and the
groom ninety-one. The girl was rich,
which makes the affair still more a
matter of wonder.
?An interesting insruance question
was recently decided by the Supreme
Court of Missouri. A building insured
aglnst Ore fell down. The fall occa
sioned a Are. which destroyed all the
fallen materials. %Vas the insurance
company liable? The court said no.
The fire must be the efficient cause,
and the losa the direct effects of the
lire.
?There are eighteen natives of Ver
mont in the present CongreM, among
them Senators Howard, or Michigan,
and Cragin, or New Hampshire, were
born Inthat State: so, too, was Delano,
or Ohio, Davis, of New York.Beaman,
of Michigan, Waahburne, of Indiana,
Tower and Eldridge. of Wisconsin,
Grinnell, of Iowa, Kasson, or Iowa.
Hale, or New York, and Phelps, or
Maryland. Although we always asso
ciate the name of Tbaddeus Stevens
with Pennsylvania, be was born in
Vermont.
?A gentleman who has Just got home
from a tour In Europe says his ewn
sea have been on an average five do -
lara a day in gold, and adds . "This j
includes everything, and pap also for |
several fair clothing purchases. My |
journey baa lasted seven and a hair
months and I am sure I conld not have
seen and*eanied in the United States
in that time, half as moch as I did, for
twice the money. I lived well every
where, with very few exceptions, and
there were no places, that I now re
member. where I did not get go^dbreadj
well-cooked meata and healthy wines.
-?It was stated recently in the English
Parliament that out of 3S4 borough
members In England
in every seven had been publicly
charged, by petition, with the commis
sion of briberv. It is notorious that a
large proportion of these cases are
b iViland^
he knew of one member then: sit
ting in the House, seven-tenths of who?e
constituents had been bribed at ?3a a
head, while others got *60. His elec
tion therefore must have cost him about
$130,000. ft la a great honor, no doubt,
to sit in Parliament, but it is certainly
a rather costly one.
Cautorsia Jownrat.?A San Fran
cisco correspondent of the New York
]Tmi, speaking of the "road agents,"
or highway robbers of California, re
lates the following:
?
X^VtUe sheriff arrofS wIttTone1 j
the "lJenry Repeating Rifles," set out
in pursuiU and a few miles from the
robbers!' ^o^S^SSS ^
appeared above the bushes a ball went
crushing through it. The next made
an attempt to fire, but was shot dead,
the third ran, but the fatal rille was bn
him, and he too tell with a bullet
through his body, a dead man. Thus a
cool head and steady hand saved the
courts much trouble, and within an
^S^en^^ ?n^
hushed up or paired off, one party
log as bad as the other. Mr. Havila
said he knew of one member then:
A si* idea baa been taken hold of
by an enterprising Californian. Ho
o drive them into
the demand. Aa
?gpiy ensr^'p^
i2*~Lb?* ??"
A New Explosive Compound.?
! Another explosive compound more
destructive than nitro-glycerine, has
1 been brought to light. This chemical
! mixture is called Sodium Amalgam.
! It is never manufactured in very large
quantities, though it has been adver
tised for sale in 8an{Franci*co, one firm
claiming to have as much as two hun
dred ounces for sale. The amount is
not large, but when it is understood
that the explosive power of one ounce
of sodium is equal to that of about
?twentv-five pounds of gunpowder, or
: two and a half pounds of nitro-glj
cerine, it can readily be conceived that
even fifteen or twenty ounces exploded
*in one place would create immense
havoc. And when one further reflects
| that even so little a thing as a spoon
i ful of water coming in contact with two
hundred ounces of sodium would cause
an explosion equal to that which would
be occasioned by the ignition of five
; thousand pounds of powder, or the con
j cussion of five hundred pounds of
: nitro-glvcerine, we can form some
; conception of its tremendous destruc
i tive power.
Poisoned by Wearing Paper Col
Lan.?A Boston paper has a report that
| a clerk in one of the wholesale stores of
i that citv has lately been afflicted with a
i painful* breaking out on the neck,
j which be at first attributed to boils, but
I the matter getting serious, he applied to
a phvsician. who informed his patient
that "he was suffering from the poison
ous properties of articles nsed in the
preparation of his ennameled paper
collars which had been absorbed into
his system; and upon inquiry it was
: fount! that some half dozen other clerks,
all of whom wore these collars, were
affected in a similar manner.
They have a curious climate in San
Francisco?a sort of cross between July
and October, and each in the wrong
place. It is so warm in the morning
that ladies wear gauze and so cold at
noon that they wear furs.
DIED*
x t I /mnsDort. Indiana, on the 13th, ^ H
p. Petersox, Sr., in the seventy-seventh
year of his age.
The body is expected to arrive by the noon
train to-day, in which event the funeral wtll
take place from his late roddenee on 4th
street this afternoon at 5 o'clock. The friends
of the family are invited to attend. *
Spcrial gotirts.
CHOLERA, CHOLERA, DIARRHEA,
DYSESTERT, FLCX, summer
COMPLAIST.
KRAFT'S
Diarrhea Compound.
The greatest remedy of the age.
S -v ?>
??? EV'ry^BE.<KR^m* JSPP'
Wheeling, W. V.,
Proprietors.
Ciarksbure W. Va., and by Dealers in medl
A Voice From India!!
Extract from a letter to J as.
from Kev. J. M. Thoubcrn. a MbMonar> of
the M. E. Curch In indla :
Mobadabad.N. >
March 2,1866. J
? c 0 ? ? o I wish yon would send to
Mission Rooms. No. 200 Mullbeny sU, New
York, three or four dozen or
? KKAITTIDIABBHEA COMPOl SD."
Tg ^ Me- V M. THOBUR-S-.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
SCRATCH ! SCRATCH ! SCRATCH !
WH BATON'S OINTMENT
will Core tlie Itch In 48 Honrs.
Also, cures Rait Rheum, deer*. Chilblains,
and ali eruptions of the skin. Price oO cents.
For sale by all druggists. By ending to wn's
to Weeks & Potter, sole agents, 17(k_Wash
ineton street, Boston. It wiube forwarded by
postage, to any part of U:e
United States. JuMm
JUST WHAT TOl WAST LADIES.
Toe great French Remedy M. Da VAL
LETTA
Female Periodical Pill.
The only and safe Remedy for Diseases pe
culiar only to Ladles.
Try one box and be Cured.
The Great French Remedy, M. De \ 8
Female Periodical Pills, extensively jwed by
the French Royal Academy of Medicine.
They never faU In Chlorosis Amenorhea
Menorhagla, Ac.
i jtist what you need Ladies.
These Pills act as a mild and gentle stimu
lant with a most happy influence on mind
I and body, correcting all irregularities ond re
1 moving obstructions, mental debility, njelan
I cnoly, Ac.; restoring nature to its proper
ssssn?
10 ^EcfaFrELD.
Alao by C. H. ODBEBT, Stone BrUge.
my 28
X?B. LAROOKAH'8
Indian Vegetable Pulmonic Syrup
nUKES CODGHS. COLDS, WHOOPING
( I COCOH, CBOn*. AHTHMA, CATAItBH,
gioscains. Pair rx the h? :pic, Kioht
RVEATS. HOABSEVE89. to Which pUDUC
speakers and ringers are
?nos. in its early stages, and all diseases or
^fndonwnay1theliJgbeBt medical authority.
clergymen ot every denomination. autlior>,
editors, profefisorsin onr various colleges. and
by manv of onr most eminent aara
Containing no opium, it is adapted to every
ace, and can be u?eu without fear of the
dangerous results which follow the u?e of
many of the ooogh preparations of which
opium and ipecac are the bsse
GIVE IT A TBLAX
Price SO cent? and ?l per bottle.
muE.it. KSIOHTd, PropX Melrae, Mm.
HnM tntiMttaJebr LAUGHUffl^ BCBB
PinoII cm FOB cosmmpnos
ia waSbasieu
If TOO ha?e Comnmptkm. try "?
If yooh?Te*Ooo*h, t>T It
If yon hare Lung or Throat PIW 5?J}
iSBtSJSZi^8S?Sff?3?
companies each bottle.
flGBTHow many cases of fatal disease have
you known of which the flrst symptom war
* *Ughl BOOKING.
Bprt Bole A^entforD5f??t Vt
KMt! Boot I Root ! Bend I Be?d!
Root's PraTACHUfX preserves the life of the
lng?is the best article for dressing the hair
quietly, and tell it true, when we say it is a
Restorer and Drc?lag Combined.
So other preparation for the hair contains
d
FestachloNut Oil. Bokjbvall Drug?**"v
ORBINBIUNNEBic^^^prtJt?.
Life! Life!
DROPS! DROPS! DROPS!
RtSoto Nearaltfa. Ague In the Face,
H rndarhr Tcmt*"^, ttmba, Sprains. Chilb
with full directions for use.
13S?SS&ttSikJSB&8Si
maris-ly
ArMuUr Vegetable Soup.
A auperior TWM Soap, prepared from re
fined Tm.WM.oll. In combination with
eijreriae, and np?kllr dealgned far the
meeflaita aaHbrtlwIaiMir. In per
fume Is exquisite, and lta waahlng properties
anrlTaUed. For me by all drogglste.
feb2MydAw
carriage a a i) auRACT. an a
? of Warning and Instrnctlon tor Young
Men. Alao, Diaeaaeaand Abones which pros
trate the vital powm? with aoiemeena of re
lief.
T,ifciIM? Addl*,Dr. J.SKILLIIiHOOQH
T%inSSS?fmo**aoa' pllU*d?lphU"Pa"
|lrur SVdrfrtismrnts.
Change of Time.
T^HE "AXXOAL exhibition of thi
X Neotropblan Society or Brthany Collmi
?!ht!?TPH*?<S.Z5un,:1,ljr cTenlQ8. Jon,
JScb, Instead of Tuesday evening, Jane 26th
as heretofore public ed.
jms-it' NEOTROPHIAN.
C'-fA REWARD will he paid fof
O? 'U the arrest and delivery at my office it
centre W healing, of each of the foliowinj
named men, deserters from the United Stare
JackK?n,.ft*e 30 years; heigh
a feet 11 inches complexion ruddy; eves grey
hair dark?pno-ed to be in WneelineT W
il,1*raKni?erra?e 28; height 5 feet !
inches; complexion light; eyes blue; hai;
light?supposed.to be in Bellair or Zane>ville
P?|<V. ? E.M.COATIS,
Julo-lt Capt. 12th Inft'y. Recruiting Officer.
the eureka
GLASS FRUIT JAR
The superiority of this jaf
overall others now in nse, consists Li iu
Kreat simplicity, perfect reliability in keeping
fruit, and the extraordinary ease with wnici
it is .sealed and opened?witnout injury foi
future ust. Scien tide judges pronounce thL<
jar the simplest and most reliable of any evej
submited for their unbiased opinion.
The Eureka l? for sale by
, fr ? R-J. SMYTH.
jul5 cor. Market an-i Qalncy 6ts.
B*
Nursery Cloth
ND NURSERY BASKETS AT
fJPioJ D. NIOULL A BROS.
French Dressing',
ROWS A BROS LIQUID BLACKINC
at [ju!5] D. MCOLL a BRuS.
Fans
FtOM TEX CENTS TO TEN* DOLLARS
Hair Curls, back and front Braids.
New Style Belt Buckles.
Cluney *1 rimming.
Marseilles Trimming.
Beltings and Ribbons, at
?lP'a U.NICOLLA BROS.
GUIPURE LACE, JACONET A SWISS
Insertings and Edgings, selling at low pri
?sat fit, 15] D.NIOOLL ?s BkoS.
Dissolution.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between Jacob Em.sheimer Jr.
and Aaron Kralt, under the firm of Kroshin
nerdt Kraft la this day dissolved by mutual
consent. JaCoB EMSHEIiLtK,
Jnl4 A. K KAFT.
Architectural.
TJLANS,
X ELEVATIONS,
and
SPECIFICATIONS,
made on the shortest notice bv addressing
. J. s. Fairfax,
julj-lw* Wheeling.
1866. SUMMER STOCK. 1866.
S*o. '35 Main Street,
CENTRE WHEELING.
HAVING NOW A VERY COMPLETE
assortment of goods in my line and be
iog In daily receipt of new and fashionable
styles fiora tne La-tern Uties, i am prepared
to show my friends a full assortment of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS!
NOTIONS, &c., &c.
Carpets, Carpet Chain, Oil Cloths,
Matting', &c.
Which will be sold.on the most reasonable
My friends and the public are solicited to
give me acstlL Remember the old stand,
NO, 33 3IAIN STREET,
CENTRE WHEELING.
JuH-ly F. W. BASSETT.
For Sale.
MY PROPERTY, BACK OF THE LA
Belle Mills. The house contains eight
rooms and h cellar. T. ere are also on The
premises cave, wash bouse, green house
well and cistern. The grounds comprise five
lots, well improved, having the cholce-t va
riety ol crapes and fchrubberv; pri re S4.0G0.
nine lots in Buenn Vista; nriee S30U.
| Ja?3-2w CHRISTOPHER WILSON.
Trustee s Sale of a Valuable Farm
in Mashall County, W. Va.
B^?xfToE^.?TF a deed of trust
.,fron> M. P. O Hern to me as Trustee, dat
1 *2. 1^2 Anh, lao4, I will offer for sale at the
f n d~>r ?f the court House, in Ohio Conn
a*?112?,^2^K,Dly 121 h* 1S6??al 10 o'clock
ProI*rty known as the
nP u^n?.a Pan of the estate ?f the
McMechen, Esq., containing
acre^ or le s, situated on
JhL??nm?re Sn<l ?hl? IlaiJ R<w"l. about
three miles south of this city. This land ex
tends from tne Ohio river to the hill, ?is j
wl.th ??^ a,,d limestone; is of
quality and admirably adapted for
P".rP?^f- There is a comfortable
two stor> brick dwelling house, out-houses,
and a good orchard on it. '
B-P H1LDRq^
KeepCool.
Zinc Water Coolers.
A?"in ??ZE5 ,JnST RECEIVED A.VD
wiU be sold low by
J- L. HOBBS.8ON4CO..
J"13-1'* 115 Main street.
Silver Plated Ice Pitchers
SILVER PLATED FORKS.
? " Tea and Table Spoons.
IvorrHand,?! Knlv^i^f B"1^
gnallVOfg'o^ g*
"S;? J- L. HOBBS. SOS 4 CO.:
J""'lw 115 Main street.
French China Vases
PROM 75 CENTS TO 50 DOLLARS A PAIR.
Jmt opened by J. L. HOBB-i. SON <* Co"
115 ifaln street/
TIJt CH1HBEK KETH,
K>?ft22?5?.?ME VERY HAND
J- I- HOBBS. SON 4 CO,
Joiy-lw 115 Main greet.
TEAPOTS.
Afresh lot juht recrjveo by
J- L. HOBB.-. SOS 4 CO,
?"jU"lw mifalatttw.
ixatiike nisrrju.
t/)r, AT.r. bizes asd best
quality,Jqk ojjtnwi ttr
J. U HOBBS W/VACO.. ,
115 Mala I
WASHINGTON HALL. |
FOB TWO XICHTH OIIT,
Friday and Saturday, Jnne 15 and 16,!
Stiff & Gaylorfl's Minstrels.
nSnUSTAB PERFORMERS, FROM
Their OPEKA. HOUSE, Chicago in New
Acta, >ew Songs, Barlesqueas Ac.
There is also connected with this
MAMMOTH TEOUPE
A BeanUfol MUSICAL PANORAMA of a
trip Irom Atlanta to the Sea.
Tickets 50 eta. Bnened SeaU 73ets,
Ju I2-5t
DAVIS' HOTEL,
OAKLAND, Alleyaay Connty, Md.
rr^SSXE *<PSL HAS JugT BEEN
JLcom|Jeted and is now open for the ac
public. Good servants,
SrtlSTSJP^l1.011 on J*rt of the pro
ppetorand emptoyeea to the wants or the
. wUh. reasonable and fair
SSJ^'of^u^JSSS,'0 my h0ttSe a
HESRV DAVIS,
Jo9-2md Proprietor.
Pine Opening for Business! 1!
fpnEWHOLESALE STOCK OP DRV
iirm??f&* P>*'nrM belonging to
IDaeaUte of J. c.oooper, deceaiied lor sale
J.1 RHODES,
Jnla-lm Admlnlatrator.
?l>lte>nd BlaraBilmorala
Aoood abticle as low as c.
[myIB] J. B. RHOIIEB.
?OI8 CAShlKERER.
PLI^CASJ1!.ERE? F?R boys at old
WarpCaUimaretm, all Wool
Twt?l?. caeap. J. w. RHOptx
0 Prices Reduced
N AIL STYLES OF
PHOTOfiRAPH?,
,no i . at BROWN A LOSES
? GAU.KBT.
Csoiking Cotton.
500 CAD1,
Wtlt oh ah. h!^rkht1<y.
??Uis Iron.
50SSiS^5?S,1iSS^^
raj^ LIST, MORRISON A (X>.
IT*- DRESS 600DS.
T dbe33 goods at
1. ?? manold prtoa. J. g. RHODES
??? WaaMI.
WEQW,LLLPAr PAIR PRICES fob
mjM USTT. MORRISON A CO.
j 2Uk? ^drfrtisfmrnts.
? ' "
si Beautiful and Good
FANCY,
Staple and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
IHEWRY BRUES
114 Main Street.
Theoompletion of my xewstori
having been attained, I am now prepared t(
offer to the citizens of Wheeling, and tin
public generally, the finest, cheapest, band
somestand very best selection of Fancy, Sta
pie and Domestic Dry Goods that ever lay ot
Wheeling counter or shelf all of which, hav
ing been bought for ca>h while prices wen
the lowest, wCl be sold at the lowest prices
They are new goods in a new store with oh
prices attached. Kindly thanking all my oh
iriends and former patrons ior the liners
patronage heretofore bestowed upon me,
willenueavor, by a strict attention to busi
ne?s and a caretul selection of good* to ineri
a continuance of the sauie.
Beautiful things are Joys forever, as the la
dies say when they examine Henry,Brues
stock of
Dress G-oods!
Bea"utiful*tyles of Mozambique, for...25cents
Fine French Ginghams. -.50 **
A11-Wool Lf lame 40
Delaines - ?25 "
Ladies' AlM.inen Handkerchiefs*. I2*$ctfi
Ladies' Alexandre Kids.?? ?2 UO
Be*t heavy Brown Muslin 23 cents.
A good article of " ?15 44
Mosquito Bar. Marseilles Toilet Quilts.
Honey Comb .. $3 25.
Best Calicos, Still 20 Cents
At Henry Brae*, No. Ill, Main Street.
An elegant assortment of
Fine French Ginghams
Just received, at Henry Bruts, No. 114, Main
Street.
Beautiful Frencli Lace Curtains,
Just received, and very cheap, at Henry
Brues, No. ill. Main Stieet.
Handsome, cheap and
Stylish Dress Goods,
Just received, at Henry Bruea, No. 114, Main
Street.
Semper Idem Bleached Mnslin,
Just received at Henry Brues, No. 114 Main
Street.
Jul2-6m HF.NRY BRl'FS.
S.Jacob**, \ (H.Jacobs,
New York, j \ Wheeling.
GREAT DECLINE OF GOLD.
NEW ARRIVAL
AT THE
NEf YORK DRY GOODS STORE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W
E ARE NOW OPENING OUR SEC
ond stock of
Summer Goods!
Embracing:
First rate Black Silk at 81 50.
Mozambique Dre*> Goods.
? First-rate White and Figured Linens.
White and Figured Brilliantes.
Plain and Figured Lawns.
Black and Whtte Bobinets.
White and Colored MusquitoBars.
A vety large assortment of White Goods.
14 " " Black and
Colored Velvet Ribbons.
A very large assortment of Cotton Hose.
Jouvin*s best K id Gloves SI 50 per pair.
Best m^fces Calico 20c.
Yard wide Brown and Bleached Muslin
20 cents.
5-4,8-4 and 1(M Sheeting, brown & bleached
Linen Handkerchiefs at 12)?c, all other
goods In proportion.
All the above can De fonnd at the NEW
YORK DRV GOODS STORE.
JACOBS & BRO.,
lOO Main Street.
Jo8 .
\flNF.RAI, WELLS, NEAR PARKERS
, 111. BURG, W. Va ?The undersigned liav
j ing recently remodeled and refurnished this
excellent and extensive establishment, and
arif.ed thereto a complete Bith>n? Apparatus,
for Hot or Cold Baths a Dancing Hall. Bil
liard h&loon, Ten Pin Alley, and ottier places
of comfort and amusement, takes plea?ire in
ann; uncing to it?o:d friends, for whose past
JifMrzal patronace thanks are returned, and to
the paollc generally, that it will oe reopened, j
for the reception of visitors, on Juxb 1st, i
when it wdl afford Inducements to guests,!
wxrKing either health or amusement, greatl* i
sapenor to tboee of any previous season, and
ttjwtl to any watering place In the country.
Tk.slma or Boaed.?For regular visitors, pel
week, varying according to location of room
occupied, lrorafl250 to 11500. For transient
customers, per day, 92 30.
A." Oxjtjbub L.isk will run regularly be
tween the Wells and Parkersburg hs follows:
Morning Une? Leaving the Wells at 4 a. m.,
arriving at Parkersburg in time for the early
boats aod trams. Returning, leaving Par
kfrvi>anrh at 7)4 a. m., and arriving at the
Wei Is at 9 a. m.
J-.tming Lint? Leaving the "Wells at 3*4 p.
m. Ketaming,leaving Parkersburgat 6% p.m
JoS-?wd , A. W. GORDON, f^opri'-tor.
Br. B. BOOKING'S UNRIVALED
.BAKING POWDER. 'There is no such
word a* fall" when you use the Unrivaled
Baking Powder. It in always the same. Hot
Biscuit, Muffins Rolls, Waffles and Griddle
Tabes are made at a moments notice. Ask for
Bocklng's Unrivaled Baking Powder.
Sold by Grocers and "Dealers generally.
EDMUND booking, sole Proprietor, No.
1, Odd Fellow's Hall. Ju2
Flavoring extracts?a large
supply of Superior qualities cooking ex
tracts, vaiious flavors, lust received and for
sale at EDMUND BOCKINii'S, Odd Fel
lows* Hall Drug Store. Ju2
LAIRD'S BLOOM OF "iOUTH AND I
Hall's Sicilian Hair lie newer for sale at
K. BuCKJNu'S, Odd Fellows' HalL jnQ
GULDEN LILY OP JAPAN 4 KXIGHTj
Templars Koquet, new and popular per
fume. Just received and tor sale at E. BOOK
ING'S, No. 1, Odd Fellow*' Hall. ju2
SO A P?SOAP?SOAP?TOILET, BATH
and Shaving Soaps?more than fity dlt
terent varieties, at prices to suit every body,
for sale at E. BuCKLNG a Odd Fellow's Hall
Drug store. my lb
Strawberry Festival.
mHE LADIES OF THE GERMAN* EVAN
L geiical Lutheral Su James Church (on
Fourth *trret) will give a strawberry festival
at Washington Hail on Thursday evening,
June 14th, 1866, for the benefit of the' hurcn.
Our friends, and the public generally, ate
invited to attend. juil-4t
FINE ASSORTMENT OF GAS FIX- I
tures. Shades, Globes, dfcc., just received i
for sale by
DILLON,THOMPSON A CO.
A
STONE DRAIN PIPE, BRANCHES, EL
bows, Ac., of all sixes, for sale by 1
D1 LM*N. THOM PSON A CO.
Notice.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
firm of A. M. Adams A Co., are requested
to settle their accouuts immediately, as a
settlement must be mule with the heirs of
Wm. M. Dittmar. deceased, by the surviving
partners. All claims unsettled fay the first day
of August will be placed in the nands of a
legal offlcer for collection.
Ja9-tUyl*t A.M. ADAMS ACQ.
FNE WHITE LINEN DRILLING, AND
Fine and Wkle Bird Eye Diaper, at old
prices. (may*) j. 8. RHODES.
PRYORBOYD A CO.
pisrrUanfOMg.
POLAND'S
Whit? Pine
Compound.
Tfc, Grnl En??*n<? lUmwIy.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Hair. Tooth and Nail Brushes,
COMBS. <t?
rBSISA--(Re?l Bear's Grease.) The best
Pomade offered.
BLACK LUD CKtTCIBtES.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
AT
C. J. RAWLINGS & CO'S
37 Monroe Street.
juS
Sundries.
T^vAVIS' SUGAR CURED
Mess Mackerel in kits.
Prime "Western Reserve Cheese.
Star of the West Flour.
Choice Hio Co flee.
>Mnpct Green and Black Te*s.
^and SugaIKrjBii5vT5:for
ins cor. Market and Qolucy ?n.
Just Received.
(?nrt BUSHELS bEED BUCKWHEAT
bm'-m 'orsa'j"yK. BQTSFonn a co_
New Goods!
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED aT
J. H. Smith & Co.'s
NO. 119 MAIN ST.
(One Door above Partridge's Gallery.)
We are lost opening oar SECOND STOCK ol
Spring and Summer
Dress G-oods!
Consisting of?
Rich Black Silk?",
Fane** Silks,
Foutarde Silks, ? ,
Pineapple Grenadine s
Silk Orane e's
Mohair Malanee's,
Poplin De Eti's,
Lisle Poplins,
Pink Jaconets,
Blue Jaconets,
Bull jaconets.
Per CaleV.
Blue. BaflTand
Piuk, Plaid
French Jaconets,
Grenadine Bareges
Silk Grenadines,
3-4 White B?re*es,
8-4 Black Barege*.
Lena Grenadines, ?
LIN EN GOOI)S, for Boys wear
Fig'd Marseille;*,
Irish Linen,
Table Damasks,
Red Bordered Table Clothe, Run Umbrellas,
Parasols, Bradley's New Double Steel
Spring SKirts, and Alexandre oand
Jouvin's Kid Gloves.
(Don't forget that we have moved to one
door above Partridge's Gallery J aprl*
Hair brushes.
Tool h Brashes.
Natl Brushes.
Shaving Brashes.
Flesn Brushes.
Coth Hru'hes.
A fine assortment at BoCKLNG's Odd Fel
low's Hall, Drug sto e. myi6 j
IT. B. P.~rHE UNRIVALED BAK
. lne Powder, superior to all others.
_ A1 ? il.A nAft TVulU Tlftf kT Ol I
THIS IS NO HOMBDG!
N?1
IS IT AN ADVERTISEMENT
_ irom one of your
TBS CEXT B.1BT SHOE SHOPS.
But from a house that does business on a '
FAIR AND SQUARE PRINCIPLE.
I have Just received:
100 pairs Ladles' flue Lasting Congress
Gaiters . -Sj ?5
ino " Ladies'LastluK Balmorals Io0
ISO " Mens' Calf high cut Bala 2 00
100 44 *4 44 Ox ton! Ties .. 1 iti
And all other goods in proportion, at the
popular Shoe House r ^IXBOS.
my29 1SS Main street.
URNETTS STANDARD PREPARA
tions:
COCO A IN E.
A Compound of Cocoa-nut Oil, Ac., for the
Hair.
FLORDIEL. ?
ADellgbtfalPerfame or the HandkercaleL
KALLISTON.
A Cosmetic for removing Freckles, Tan,
Sunburn, Ac.
ORIENT iL TOOTH-WASH.
An Elixir tor Preserving and Beautifying
the Teeth and G f ms.
-BURNETT'S COLOGNE WATER.
Unrivalled in Richness and Delicacy of Per
fume.
JONAS WHITC03TB S RKXEDY.
For Asthma, Rose Cold. Hay Fever. Ac.
BURNElTdSTANDARD FLAVORING EirRACTS
For Cooking Purposes.
These articles are ad of superior quality,
sold by T. H. L?jGaN A CO.,
9 and LOGAN. LIST A Co.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Wheeling.
my 31
American Deodoriser A Dlslnfectnnt
THE CHEAPEST, MOST CONVENIENT
and most efficient, for sinks, privies,
Irains, Ac. It acts likemaaie. Price 50 cts
per package. Sold wholesale and retail by
^ ^ T. H. LOG A N A CO.,
my31 and LOGAN, LIST ACQ.
COE'S DYSPtPSlA TURE AND COUGH
Pai^im received and for sale-by
T. H. LOGAN A CO..
and LOGAN, LIST A CO..
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Wheeling.
my31
Dried Peactie*.
. BUSH. PRIME HALVES AND QUAR
_ J tern, mixed; 10 bush, prime pealed. Just
received by
mat 10 PRYOR BOYD A CO.
201
Sorgum Cane Mills.
1 nn cane mills?ASSORTED HIZES
lUu Martinsville and roiomrm-t patterns.
my31 P.C.HI UHCTH A BKO.
Potatoes.
OAfl BBLS. prime PExCH blow po
4UU la toes, just received and forsale by
OOKRELL A ( Oh
cor. Market and Quincy st*..
mv30 Wheeling. W.V*.
Wheeling Iron Works.
gAB IRON,
0. S. IBOI,
HAIL ROD,
SHEET IBO.\,
PLOW MorLDS,
Manufactured by
ACHESON, BELL & CO,
carOffice and Warehouse, No. 15 Main st.
aa~prompt attention to all orders. mar3
CMldrens' Carriages.
J CBT received.
A new supply by
my3 joseph GRAVES.
Tuyere Irons and Thimble Skeins.
Thimble skeins?ah-sorted sizes
l)uck Seat Tuyere Irons. A new article
received by
rnySl P. C. HILDRETH A BRO.
Norway Iron.
Or: tons Norway bar iron-as
4*' sorted sires?for oil well fools <*c
myai P. C. H1LPRETHA bro.
New Lawns.
Received by express this morn
ing. hari'1 and cbeap Jaconetts and
Lavns. J- 8. ruoded.
my 19
Leather and gum belting on
htnri and for sale by
apr21 tJHAB. H. BERRY.
grti ?oods.
Dry G-oods!
NEW STOCK!
JUST OPENED BY
Gfeo.R. Taylor & Co.
Embracing alx kixds op
Rich Dress Silks,
Grenadines,
Organdies,
Mohair Poulards,
Irish PopUns,
Chene Mohairs,
Bombazines,
Camise Cloth.
Doable width DeLalnes,
Ginghams,
Chintzes,
Plain Buff;
Bine and Pink
Lawns and Chintzes,
BafTTarartlneJ
Blue Crap? Morotx,
New Style Prints,
Lace Talmas,
Tjima Wool Shawls,
Shetland Shawls,
Silk Cloaks,*
Parasols,
Lace Curtains,
Sheetings,
Irish Linens,
English Muslins,
Embroideries,
Cluny, Maltese and
Point Gauxe Lace'Goods.
Alexandre's and Jouvln's
Rid G lores.
Hosiery,
Counterpanes,
Dimity,'
| Hoop 8klrts, Ac., ?tc.
ALL AT LOWEST PRICES.
GEO. K- TATXOB A CO.
apr!6
THOS. G. CTTU3ERTSOU,
|STAR FOUNDRY,
No. 63 Market Street,
WHEELING, W. VA
\CANUFACTURERS, AND HAS OON
ilJL stantly on hand
Coal and Wood Cooking StOTM,
Parlor Stove*,
Heating: Stoves,
Common Hollow-ware,
Stove Hollow-ware,
All of the best Patterns. *
j ARCHES A GRATES, COMMON GRATES,
PLOUGH POINTS, Ac, Ac.
| Threshenq Machot Castisos, aotj Saw
Mol Castings,
I Made to order, of the best material and at
: lowest rates.
SORGlira CANE SUGAR MILLS,
Martin's Ferry pattern* at Martin'* Ferry prices
AIBO,
No. 1 (VERY 80FT) FOUNDRY PIG IRON,
constantly on sale at lowest rates.
Wholesale & Retail
CLOTHING HOUSE,
NO. 20 MONBOE STM
First door west of 1st National Bank, W. Vs.
3RD ARRIVAL AND LARGEST OF THE
SEASON.
100 All Wool Salts (10 00.
100 Cottonade Salts 17 50.
2000 Linen Dusters.
500 Linen Jackets.
100 Linen Boys' Salts.
500 Cassimeres Salts all stales and Color*.
White (shirts. Gray all Linen toliirts.
Cassimere Shirts, Wool and French Flan
nel ehlru.
Under Shirts and Drawer*.
Suspenders, Neck Tie*. Socks. Handker
chiefs, all ready Hemmed. Ac., ?c.
Bayers will call and examine the stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
H. HARTMAN.
P. 8.?We also call the attention to Coun
try Merchants, that we have a very large and
well selected stock of
Men and Boys' Hats,
which will be sold at the lowest market prices,
mjis
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
PHILADELPHIA.
The subscribers having leased
this favorite House it ha* been Refitted
AND Refurnished in an elegant roannw1.
and is now prepared with the mcwt perfect
appointments for the ivception or
The first position amongflr-?t-cla?a Hotels
will be maintain.*! in the/utare. ?? In lhe
past. [iny2P-8m1 BAKER A FAKLEY.
BROWN & LOSE,
]? h. otographers
1S3 MAIN street.
WHEELING, W. TA.
Photographs of every des? rip
uon from Cartes de Vim tea to life aire fur
nished in India ink, oil and water colors of
ih? latest aiy .*es and b> st finish. Gilt and
Kfjsewood Frames for sale cheap. my26
SODRIES-A few bbls. prime MA
pie Smear; Superior CJreen. Black and
Japanese Tea*; Pure White Wine Vinegar;
New York Crab and Champagne Oder, bot
tled; New So. 1 Salmon; Engluh Dairy
Cheese; Pickles and Spaces; Tapioca, Pearl
Sago; Corn Starch, Malzena, Ac. Hermetical
ly sealed Salmon, Mackerel. Cod flan, Halli
bat. Lottoter. Clams and Sardine*.
Genuine English Mustard; Salad oil, best
quality; French Mustard; Sap 8*go cheese;
condensed Milk.
To*etr>er with a general assortment of
tensonjible articles. Just received and far
Hdelow by
N.4Q, D. WOODROW.
Odd Fellow^ Hall Building, Monroe at,
my29 Waxxuse, W- Vx
SHusiral Snstntofnts.
PIANOS
At Reduced Prices.
TEN FEB CENT.
Below Manufacturer's Frtoe*.
Those tn want of First Class Instrument,
will ftnd a fine stock of ?ua.
WM. KNABE & CO.'S
CALLENBUBG A_ND VAUPEL,
And other Celebrated Milrw on
at my Warerooms.
Two very Fine Toned
Bradbury Pianos,
with all Modem Improvements at
LESS THAN COST,
All Instruments Guaran
teed for Five Years.
Send for Frtoe List.
JESSE B. MELT,OR,
HO. 139 MAIN ST?
Sole Awnt for Win- Knabe * Ce.,
"id Callenbarf A T?ap?l*a Planoe.
J. CARTWRIGHT,
OPTICIAN
And dealer In
Cutlery, Guns, Revolvers
VARIETY GOODS,
Musical Instruments, &jo
125 Main St.
A large stock of the following article* coi>
stantly on band, vie
POCKET CXTLEBT,
Table Cutlery,
Bowie Knives,
Shot Guns,
Revolvers,
Cape, Powder,
Metal ic Cartridges *
BIRD CAGES,
Walking Canes,
Lamp Fixture*,
Trusses, ?c~.
Supporter*,
Magneto Electro Machines.
Surveyors' Compasses,
Plotting Instruments, dc.
TRERXOHETEB8,
Hj* drome ten,
Saccharometers,
Spectacles,
Teleeoopes
Misc*oscopes^
Magnifying Lenses
MA3COS.
Violins,
GolUn,
Flutes,
Banjos,
Music Boxes,
Aooord eons,
Roman Strings,
Alao, a great variety of other goods, too nu
merous to mention
Musical Instruments BepaM
Promptly and In the best manner.
JOB. CARTWRIGHT
CHINA, GLASS
A2VD
ftUEENSWARE.
J. L Hobbs, Son & Co,
Manufacturers of
FLINT GLAB8, IMPORTERS OF QUEENS
WARE and Dealer* in STEAMBOAT
and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
At the old Stand.
Mo. 115 Main ud 49 Water Stweu.
WHEELING, W. Va.
WE ARE A'OW RBCETVTNG_DIRECT
from the manufacturer* In Engtaf>g *
large and extenatve stock of QUEENSW A Kb
of U?? ben makes and in the newtat^amp^
which we offer to the TRADE and at RE/AU;
at lower prices than the same qualities <*
prices than the same q nauues ?
i hie boaght in tne eastern markets.
_ _aanufacture and kr '
band a lane stock of Glass
?cripUon, CAltBON OIL
CHIMNEYS, Ac* AC.
We manufacture and keep constantly ?*
- ? W ?? offT?7 2?
J. L. gOBBH. ?OW * OO

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