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WEDNESDAY HOKMXNG, OCT. 10
For Sale or Rent.
1I7ILUAM TALLASTB LATE BE
a<9l0Aa tE4THKKWOOD. i | &
Appl> to 3
DODSON A BROH.
Jog-lf v Uo.21 Mains:
PRACTICAL EXPF.RfENCE.-r to
all about vubhut doibea. For aevc
years I Have conducted, one of the Ian
public laundries in N.Y; at present I am to
lag oat 325 pieces dally. Ihave been cc
peiled also to investigate and test the varl
washing Machines of the day .and can, U
say thai the "Union," sold by J. Ward ft <
23 Cortland street. New York, la the only
1 have found worth house-room. Two
them are nowarfd have Msn firmftrs in t
slant use in my laundry. '
UAAION R. CLARK.
Hold
v*. ' : aep
Fresh Oysters.
T>OOTH, BATTEL LEA CO. ARERECE
D log Fresh Oyttters dally. For sale by.
caw, can and half can. taefl
P. T. BARNDll
THE
World Renowned Shgwnu
"TTTILL DELIVER HIS. IfUWITA:
W Lecture on "the Art of Money Oel
or SnooeM In Life,"
WASHINGTON HAT
OIDAT, OCTOBER 15TH, 186
Doors open at 7JO p. m. Lecture c
menoesatB.
Tickets for sale at J. C. Orr A Go's. Rell?
Book Houae, Edmund Booking,and Retei
Heats can be obtained at Jesse B. Mel
Mwdc Htore on Balorday morning. 18th
Admbadon 50 cent*. ^Reserved Beats 71
ocWd
Fresh Shell Oysters.
Received daily at the ari
House, on the wharf. oelfl
The Fair.?Yesterday was tho oj
lngday of the First Annual Fair
Stock Exhibition of the Nprtkwest'
ginia Agricultural Association,
Wheeling. The weather in the m<
ing waa good, affording a fine oppo
nity for the arrangement of stock
articles of exhibition, which were
celling in. Daring the afternoon
Heavens clouded over, and soon a
the rain commenced coming down,
terfering materially with the afterno
proceedings.
Wo were present daring the morn
and although it was but the comme:
ment of the exhibition. were well
paid for our visit. Quite a xiumbe
exhibitors were arranging their arti
in Floral Hall, and everything loo
well for a creditable display.
The sheep pens were occupied m
more largely than they have been
several years back. One new feature
this department, was a number of
fantado bucks and ewes. We also
tlced three extremely fine Cashn
Goats. The display of cattle was
so large as is desirable, but as far s
w*nt was very creditable. All CI4
of horses were fully represented, tl
oughbreds, saddle horses, fte.
In Class C., trotting horses and mi
in single harness, there were two
tries, viz: A bay gelding, Guerc
BUI, by C. Chambers, and a bay in
Jennie, by E. Stahl. A contest of sj
between these two, during the al
noon, mile heats, best 2 in 3, resulte
favor of Guernsey Bill in two stra
beats,?time 2:54 and 2^>7.
For horses, that have never beat*
minutes ia public, mile heats, best
5, In harness, the following entries \
made:
J. Barley, b. g., Gen. Grant?2,1,1,1.
T. A. Lamping, g. g., Billy?5,5, dr.
C. Chanibm. b. g., ltocket-1.2,2,2.
Thou. Sweeney, g. m., LadyMacbe
4.4,4. dr.
T. Nell, br. m., Kate 8beridan?3,3,3,
L. Fink. b. m., Lady-6, 8, dr.
Shortly after the crowd had-denai
in the evening, word was received j
the famous trotters. Dexter and Pale
would be down on the train f
Wei Is vi lie. At 0 o'clock they nrrl
at the depot at Bridgeport, and v
taken out of the cars and led ove;
their stables on the grounds. T1
horses will, wo understand, be exl
ited on the track during the remain
days of the Fair.
programme for to-day.
10 A. M.?Thorough bred turf hor
Class XA.
10 A. M.?Matched horses or mn
Clans C. premium $48: $25 to 1st It
$ 15 to 2d, $8 to 3d.
11 A. M.?Trotting horses that fa
never beaten 2.50 in public, mile he
best 3 in 5, in harness, premium :
fjO to 1st horse, $20 to 2d.
IX P. M.?Trotting geldings ;
mares in harness, premium $65; 1
single driving horse $35, 2d $20, 3d
2 o'clock.?Fancy matched ho:
without regard to color or sex.
Mile heats best 3 in 5. Premi
$100; $75 to the 1st; 425 to the 2d.
3 o'clock.?Racking or pacing bo
mare, or gelding, to go as they pie
Mile heats best 3 in 5. Pre in;
$140; $100 to the 1st; $40 to the 2d.
Aground.?Yesterday the steal
Potomac went up to Sweeney's la
Ijug, lor mo purpose 01 aiscuargin
loud of pig metal. In returning,
stead of steering straight up the rl
Sto the deep water at Martinsville,
pilot, thinking there was enough on
uar, attempted to turn her round wk
she was. She soon scraped the bott
however, and finally stuck test. A
considerable toil she was got off.
only to go upon the sunken coal In
opposite Wileon, Dunlevy A Co's I
yard. Before she could be got off ti
obstructions, three spars had to1>e
and much labor expended.
She reached the wharf eventua
i and alter loading lor Cincinnati left
that port. ^ ^
Mbktixo attqb Court Hoube.(1
the Court House last evening, Co.
I 1st Regt. We?t Virginia Boys in ill
& I met and appointed the following g
:| tlemen Assistant Marshals lor
f I Torchlight Procession on to-mon
\ i night:
James Mscauley, Hugh Sterll
- Henry Hartman, George ?oy, John
*! Mendel, Lewis Woodmansee, Ja
j J Honckert Adam Wamick, James
Iuorreu, George Montgomery, Thoi
Thomas, Charles Baltsel.
These gentlemen are requested
meet at the Central Union Clnb Rc
this (Wednesday) at 7 o'clock, P.
to confer regarding the prooesalon.
Carklessnkss.?As Mr. Henry ?
bour was driving at a walk up Fov
street in his buggy, yesterday roc
ing, a woman, who was strangely he
lees of her own safety, started aci
the street directly in nont of Mr.
horse, and. although she was calle<
by several parties, continued on
course. Had Mr. H. not brought
horse to a dead halt, ahe would infi
bly have been knocked down i
trampled on.
Clkaxxkci Up.?The Street Comi
sloner Is having things in bis dep
ment pat to rights. The dirt wl
accumulated on Main street, in co
quence of the work on the water pi
is being thrown on top or that wh
extending along the middle of
street, marks the locality of the pi
On other streets we notice that it is
toff (rather**? int**
|b<&? carted aw^y:"*^
Two Impish boys, who were foo
with a hoee on the north-east corn*
Main and Madison streets, day be
yesterday, gratlfledfrheir mischieffng
propensities by turning a streai
water ftill on a little girl, who
passing by, welting her complc
from head to foot.
POSTF05SMSKT.?The lecture on
Use, Abuse and Beauty of Enj
"Words," announced to be dellven
Washington Ball, on Thursday e
log, Ihellth Inst., by Uu> H??. W
Wat kins, for Ibe benefit of the Fo
Street M. K. Sabbath School, tai1
i postponed until Tuesday evening x
the 16th inst.
Mirnjo ix Centre Whkui
There will be meeting at the O
Wheeling Market House to^n
Eminent speakers will be In atl
ance. Let all attend.
fcf 1 n g-^i^^ma^UL,
-' the ^Bjftgoh.AftM Ae^ling of the
? roll, the'mfuuies of the'precedlns; meet'
log "wore toad and signed. Seyeral Ofdi^
?^?S?ecSS"
aT wero signed. .,
The reports of committee* were then
The Committee on Aeftonnla reported
a number .of. bills .against the-city,
5_ amounting in the aggregate to $1,656,68,
low Which th? committee recommended to
a*l .be',.paid.'."On1 motion the import was
t"* adopted, Witt), the exception of a hill]
for alcohol furnished lamps, amountaai
Ing to $176,25, and one for lv,000 and odd
uly feet'or gas famished the loWer Market
Uo^ House, which wero referred to the Committee
on ~Li?hta for report. :Here ubill
?S' ofJ- M- Brodie for work done, wit
presented and ordered to bepaid.
The Committee on Lights- 'reported
*? tn?\wr J?fi?^*5^>m? posts ai
.? different points throughout the.city,
and to light Zane street, on the Island,
with oil lamps.1 A' motion to re-comv
rait wa? lost. The question' recurring
tba On the motldn to adopt, an, amendment
,17 wasoSered that Zane street be lighted
at a cost not exceeding $300personam,
[which was carried. The question be
ing then put, "Shall the resolution, fta
j amended, passf.it.was not sustained.
The Committee on Street* and Alleyi
reported In favor of making varioui
|mn.nnaman?D A mntlnn
luijJlWJoifBuw JU mo wi jr. AIUUUUH h.
J11 recommit Was withdrawn. Amotion
to adopt that portion relating to a root!
n,.. to the Crescent Mill, the coat -ol
fixing said road not to exceed 5500
(300 to bepaid_ by the city and t20(
by private subscription, was car
-r rfed. That portion of it recomjxj
mending that Dewey, Vance <fc Co. be
. permitted to bnild a railroad on Marahal
street, was adopted; also, that p<t^mo
tion recommending new curbing to w
pat down on the west side of Market
ioaM street between certain streets.
rved A resolution to repair the walk, ot
J" Zsne street on the Island, was recomiTiT
m it Led with Instrnctions to report ooat
Be potts irom the Snperintendent o
Water Works, City Clerk and Streq
Commissioner were received anc
adopted.
AOR A petition to set enrl>stone on Web
>-3t ster street was referred to Committe<
on Streets and'Alleys.
?n- A resolution was received from Uv
and 1st Branch that thft old city hall beap
Vir- plied to market purposes and concurred
irn- A petition for reimbursement ot ex
rtu- penses Incurred in digging ditch foi
and water pipes was referred to Committal
late on Water Works.
the The petition of J. M. Blckel anc
ifter others, to use the old Council Chambei
, in- for school, purposes, was laid on lh<
oh's table.
Two petitions to transfer coffee house
Ing, licenses were granted.
nee- A petetltlon to set curbing on southre
east side of East street was referred tc
r of Committee on Streets and Alleys.
cles A petition of Cowl &. Co. for reduction
ked of water rent, was referred to Committee
on Water Works with power to act.
nch A petition to have graded ah allej
for between Main and Market streets, was
. Y_ en . * j
> in incneu mi ^uuiiuiiuw uu otreuia uuo
In- Alleys.
no- Hugh Harrison nominated as Deputy
lere Sergeant vice John C. Vail resigned,
not was confirmed.
is it A petition of Franklin Coen. architect
sses for Work done, was referred to Com*
hor- mittee on Fire Department fbr report
The report of the committee appoint
ires ed to visit Robt. Hamilton, Esq., in reen
lation to the assessors books, was retesy
celved and ordered to be filed.
are, A petition of I?awrenco Hanney, fo\
>eed payment, of serviced as keeper of th<
rter- pest house, was referred to the Commit
din tee on Accounts. .
ight A resolution to release John Lawlej
from confinement, was agreed to.
m 3 On motion the 2d Branch adjourned
3 in
?ere Too Much Whisky Aboard.?Ox
Monday evening, Jacob Bradley waj
possessed of a veritable devil, whici:
caused him, figuratively speaking* to
th_ run violently down a steep bill into th<
sea. On his way, he entered the.aleanc
,3. beer bottling establishment of Mr
Hartley, on Fourth street, below
rff Quinoy, anti requested that gentleman
mat to supply him with malt lfquor. Hii
request was not complied with, where
rom upon he indulged in phrases having
ved special application to Mr. H., but alto<
/ere gether unfit fbr ears oolite. A Mr. Rav.
r 10 who happened to be present, endeavoriese
ed to appease the mightiness of hie
Mb- wrath, bnt without success. Mr, H.
dug then intimated to his would be custorn
or that he had better step outside ol
his threshold, and for bis pains got 6
"blizzard" on the side of his knowledge
' box, whlctt caused him to fall help-ps
lessly over a stand full of bottles. Mr,
H. down, Mr. B. threw bottles at
* Mr. R. with considerable effect?on the
avo bottles.
iatg Officer Brady scenting something in
1^0' the air about the time the little com edj
; was going on, with unerring instinct,
and proceeded to the scene, and arrestee
Mr. B., who was, yesterday morning,
gig fined twenty dollars and the costs.
After Mr. B. had paid the fine assessed
against him by Judge Good, he was arlum
*??ted unon a warrant issued by Justice
Johnson, upon a charge of assault
)r8e and battery. He was held in {$400 bail
ase! 10 ?n?wer at the Circuit Court.
lUm A Profitable Horse.?Dexter, whe
is to be at the Fair this week, must be
Her a paying animal, as the following items,
,nd-? taken from an account filed in court in
g a Chicago, in connection with the settleIn
uiout of the affairs of Trussel, one ol
[Ver his owners, who was murdered by a
the woman recently In that city, will show,
the They exhibit Doxter's earnings during
lQre uw ih? ioot uioduib:
Dm, From Jane 15,1866, to July 29, tbe
fter amount received wai ... 18,138 00
Cash paid oat 2,042 0C
oat Receipts in ChIcago?..w.H..M?.M 73
lose Leaa expenses..... 64Q 0C
711.705 73
M Receipts at Milwaukee.. 1,296 M
for Total 113^)02 53
"a1 Profits $8,901 a
A,
iue, Notick to Tax-Paybbb. ? Sherlfl
bold and bia assistants will be preth0
pared to receive State, County and
row School taxes, assessed for the year 1B00,
at the following times and plaoes:
nK- Ritchie TownMp?At the SonU
1 R. Wheeling School House, to-day, Octooob
ber 10th.
B- Liberty Ibwmhip?At S. Bell's store,
nas West Liberty, to-day, Ootober 10th. :
Webtler 'Township?At the, Slxtb
I to Ward fiAhnnl lfnnut. fjr*?Hox? .
loth. " - ?
M*? Clay Township? At the Sheriff's
office, October 11th, 12th and 18Uu
Residents of the above Township!
lar- should bear In mitott that they can sei*t?
cure a reduction of 2Xper cent. ontheii
,n}- State tax, by paying all their taxes al
*d- the times and places specified, or at th?
Sheriff's office on or before the 15th daj
H'? of October. i
to "
her Cibtoit Coubt.?This Court met yee
bis terdsy at 9 a. m.. Judge Caldwell pre
All- sidirig. . ,
and The time of the-Oourt was occnplec
pretty much all 'day with the case o
Joseph Cliue, charged with committing
nis- a rape upon Ibe person of "Rebeecf
art- Burkhardt, continued born the daj
lich previous. The case not baring be^t
use- brought to a conclusion, attp. m.t thi
pes, OUnrt adjourned to ??6t at7K jSBj. ""
Ich, At 7X p. m. the Court met/ and aft#!
the transacting some business,' adjourpec
pea. until 9 a. m. thla morning.
y t0 Shsix Oxstkbs Lovers of free]
hell oysters should call at the Armoi
House on the wharC Mr. David Ar
ting uioi, iu0 proumwr uk uuh popular en
r or tabllshmenVls' In (Utly J receipt. or thi
fora largest aud finest aheU oysters the Bal
lov- tlmore market can supply. See ad vor
m or llaement. '
.Jiff Kvixrsa M arkjct.?Yesterday alter
noon tbe market was crowded ?? nana
with butchers, bakers, hucksters, oonn
try people, and the beauty and Cubloi
tllsh or tho dty. Notwithstanding recen
at developments, It seems to bequlte pop
Ten- ular* , j
js; Th? Fashioms?Mr*. Kyle and Mrs
SS? Watklna, dress and cloak makers, 161
Main street, reoelyed yesterday a. sec
">? oud supply or fall r?ahfotU, Their pat
terns are beautiful. The ladle* ahoult
: oali and see theea.
SO.? I ill
^?2?.-We regre* to team that Jobi
& ^^SSStmn&Rm
l&rftrttcd
was a splendid meeting at"the Central
Olnb tOoma last evening. > Geii. Kelley,
a.M.hlorton.Esq., and Capt. Bristor
Spoke, eliaUing bmdh'appiause.: - <
"We are glad to sea General Kelly
imoog ra at thd present time. - Hfa
Dim?_nl(iii8 ia a tower of strength
In mi West 'Virginia, 1 and- oonld
the Trtle : Boys - in Bine" : have
heard-. hls> eloquent argument last
night, we "are much mistaken it they
.would not have returned fjomthe error
of their ways then and there. ' >
, . , ; ' t
: Rjyia' Nkwh.?The' river is failing
With less than five feet'in the ohanne).
' Boats for to-day are the Ragle for
Parkersburg, at 11 a. m , 3as. Bees, fbr
Sunflsh, at 3 p, m.; Logan, for Steti'
benville.'at 2J< p. m; Zanesville, for
Beliairi'at'7 'and 10 a. m. ami 3 p. m.,
1 and Edinborg, for Cincinnati, ai o%.ni.
[ ' tir* latest novelties In the way or Toilet
' STtlcies/Pernimery, Ac., can "tje1 found at K.
Bockiog's t)rug Store. , Oir'readers should
not fall to' examine hl? stock, before making
| Ihsbjpnrphasw. ,,
[ Boxjcth'is'o Wondeh?ol.?The greatest
I preparation of, the da; is Odb^rt's Vegetable
A tti11rntila Aw dm* hair aim tn nrovont and
i cure hairlnrss, sa a. hair dresser it u wrCTlkirt
by none. The beat proof of-ita merlte.litbe
? steady Increaseof its sales and its use In all
1 the principle barber shope of the city. War1
ran ted 1
I -'.T' ' ' In - ;
I Tarn MybtioTi*^-C.C.B.AC.D. a?The
f first of the initials above stand Ibr an-old
friend to the public; one which eveiy one
' will recognize and for -which every one has a
[ kind'welcome; we refer to Ooe'S Cough ail*
sam?the Cheapest and best preparation in
. the world for croup, coughs, colds, and all
. throat and long complaints. The second are
> fo^Ooe's pjapepela Cure?the only remedy
t ever known that is sore, to cure dyspepsia,
indigestion. Flatulency and general debility.
1 Both 2 article* are now too well known to
' need any praise from ds. Let the afflicted
' jgarf* & JHweg.
~ E8TABLUHED III 1837.
I 188CL- (Spring Trade. 1866:
I !_ . . 'T~~ )n ' '
BAX'L M'CLELUUT. CHJC8TKB D. KNOX*
- i lit l)
; M'OLELLAN&KNOX,
j Manufacturer* and Jobber* of
| BOOTS & SHOES,
t No. 65 Main Street,
WHEEUCNO, W. VA.
I l ? .j >ii: \Uihirt.\ i
1 \A/E INVITE THE ATTENTION OF Cash
buyers to our very large assortment of
Hoots and 8hoes for the
. Qmntl? and QnTrimnn TuqiIa
uj/xuig oiiu uuHimox xiauOj
which for extent, variety and freedom from
'all irregularity Is not surpassed.
Our Stock is Larger than any other in
this City, and in prices wecan successfully
compcte with any Shoe Souse.in Che
East or TVest*
For the proof of which we ' invite you to an
examination of our Stock.
VAli Goods warranted uniform in quality.
McCLELLAN A KNOX.
marf-ly
isSk | , 1 FALlj. lioe.
D. A. ABLER & CO.,
Branch of Kohn% Adler and JBCohn.
Philadelphia.
At Rbelnstrom's well Jcnown stand 141
Main street,. WHEELING.
Wholesale Department up stain. Retail,
flret floor. , ^
Ribbons, Velvets, Flowers, Feathera,
.MILLINERY, STRAW & FELT GOODS,
Dress Trimmings,
inendleos variety, i
T. Amn* annna irn
i ; , . . VX/KJj
Hosiery and' Fancy 'Goods, Baskets, etc.,
Hair Net*s Alexander's and-EmpresTKld
Gtovea.French Cotseta, etc., etc.
! CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FURS,
1 Balmorals, Woolen Goods, Zephyrs, etc.
SOLD LOW FOR CASH.
! D. A. ADLER A CO.,
Wp23 141 MAIN ST.
WILEY & GRAY, ~~
Fonnflry and MacMne Worts,
i HABTHI'H FCRBX Belmont Co!, p. .
Manufacturers of cane mills,
^^E^apOrataw, Mill Machinery, &c.
; DAKISL PKCK. VM. P. HDBBABD.
PKOK ft HUBBARD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office, 4Ui street, 2d door Sonth of Qnlncy,
Jpao WHBmuHe, w. v.
1 PJL3PTOH & OOJUKBAY,
(Snoccoaors to P*xton,kDonlon A Oglebay,)
; WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Pw?dor<< ?*: (^ommlatloB Hmbsnb,
| Nob. 62 and M Main SL,
flee18 . VgmniQ. W. Va
' a. OKAIIOUL -t** Tii'iCTTT. R. rmiKm.T
CIAHOL^ DAUUL * ?(.,
; WHOLESALE GROCERS,
. Produce ft Commission Merchants,
1TO.K <*40Jfomwam Marketflt,
aprt WHEELINQ.V. VA>
CHARLES 8E1BKE,
; Boeoenor to H. Diehmet,
Fancy Dyer and Scourer,
Booth ?L, nea* th? B. A. O. R. R. Depot,
WHKKUHO, W. VA,
!
execntedat short nouce and an reaacmaMe
wtM*'
(i. B. CAIiDWELL, ?
I. MAIN BraKET,^^ j
Up8Uln,ov?rJ. C. Coopex'sdiy goodfi store.
Refen bFfnmWnt to Ilia KxceUency, A.
oTWwt VlrgtoWF.
SIB^y.SjasWM^erohim?BN^onai<BanE
mMn I . .
BROWN & LOSE,
J? H ot6gi?aph.?lis
is* maiV Street,
WHttl.mC, W. TA.
TJHOTOQRAPHB OF KVKRY DESCRIPr
' thelateet otylefl and btst finish. Qilt and
Boaawood Fnunw towla cheap. my*8
\ P. c. Hn^RET^& BRO.,
w lng Paper, Plaster Mia, Land Plaster. C&mMlt
Ttl Tirlanil T ! > rin?iinm T linn ViAnp
? Higgins' Qemfft
MonroeIf llf* UmI
; 3? Hot o gr a;p h. s$
Cards, jMli^triTw^ tSbpms,
i ^ Pbatacn^iil*m>?i*ttB??l ?x '
' Wtilwrto friw.
decs
UoidTJ tlx. . Ir.*J?.. .
Ill _ -it j >i
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Eeloubet Organs !
. II ft
i . Vs*- {II ?i" 1
I T THE Jj AST FAIB OP THK AMERIof
Felon bet, Pelton * <3o. excltedthe intot
general attention, and pained the-prise over
all tfie Jneunmentaor theaame dasB seat for
competition. It may be wfilj louurfned tbfkt
Amerlo? contending which
ever^won that bg^j^ald^baije^notojlj
over all competitorsmIW "btet Cabinet Organs.?American
Art JournalA.%nr. 9k 1
si iAp't w. A
Hole Aicst tmr the above Instruments.
i it >7 if J - * El.
' Ai,- "W" etoer,
HVSIO DEALEB,
_ . . . i . ,'H .
Main St, Wheeling W. Va.
: . V ? . ' . I ' ; '
oc3
!P X O S !
GAEHLE'S
Piano Mamifacturinfi Company
Or BALT1XOKE, HD.
Warerooms north east comer. oC En taw and
mnia company having obganizX
ed in April, MM, to TOaJonrtJpn the
well known Arm of Gaeh'.e A Co., u a joist
pratmoai. punb makkb8,
who have held prominent positions In some
of the best establishments or this ootmtry and
Pianos combine all ^he excellencies of all the
latest improvements^nd it will be apparent to
all that men wnoeesldn and abilities fc*vlnjz
and reputation are Involved; Asa testimony
to the above* they were awarded the
FIRST PREMIUM OVER ALL COMPETITORS,
by thejudges of the late Exhibition held at
^^Mar^bgd institute of Balttmnret McL, In
' T^Tknoebeitig sufficiently Introduced in
this city, and havlngproved {equal, if not six
perior to any heretofore known. Those tni
want of a. flint-class Piano, man n factored
with the greatest care and of the best material:
will save Dealer's cammisrton, which only
makes planosmore costly, but by'no* means
more valuable, by sending orders directly to
the factory, as above directed, orby. applying
at Pzofeeeoic HARMAN KRYTER%,. No. 163
rabtllty of oonstrnction, for every instrument,
and Mdllbekepttn tune for one year fre* c)
charge, XMdpianoa taken in , exchange.
Persons wishing to have their Pianos tuned
or repaired win please leave orders at the
place above named, as tbeTunerof said establishment
will be hert eVay three montbB.
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NATIONAL BANK
or WEELINO. *
JAWlfiUOWOU MMJf U. O.
? w?,coo
CAITAJj ATJXHORIWD....... 600,000
Money beceived on deposit, in
terert paid pn Special Deposit*. ColleoiSS2%5S&?Sd??TOmpUy
WW*
DIRECTORS:
George EL Wheat, Jacob Horn brook,
John K. Bowfard, Joseph BeU,
Jacob &'Rhodes, ObeAer D. Knox,
nwi^ff-Pranthftim, John Ij. Hobta,
* geJrge k: wheat, rrtJaAent
GEORGEADAMB.Cashier. 'ttftw
j i!..
National Bank of West Viifcinia,
. AT WHEELING.
Collections m*de prot^ds
pram nlJ?'remitted.
Directors.?James "sy. Pax ton, Crispin
Oglebay. M. Pollock, Michael Rclllv, James
Blair well; Joseph Beybold, John R.Hribbard,
Arthur Little. Ai 8. Todd.
rji JAMES W. PAXTONi President.
GIBSON. LAJtfg.Caahler.T JygT-lyd
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
; OfWM Vlrfrtnla.
Capital Paid in, <500,000.
riTHIS BANK BUCOEEDB TO THE BU8IJhn*?of
the "Merchants' and Mechanics'
StSg^jtagjrf 'pffiaral tndo tt legitimate
-ProtdCTK?Robert Crangle.> '?
2Mrfector??'Thomas SweeneyrI*. 8. Delaplaln,
Jap. p. Acheron, John Danlon, Jacob Berger,
A^Alleh, Howell,, J. .Nelson Vance, Jarn^
JanlT-iy , ~| .
National Saving's Bank of Wheeling.
CAPITAt, Money
received oil; Deposit'
Interest paid on Bp?dU Depoaits. Note.
fMlhtHawnmiteil, . B*n>i?w|a hnnghlanrt
sold. Collections made on all points and pzopwtoprotubtly
'il
THamnnt.rinv WAdncMav
BISECTORS. ,
TbdmaaH. IAbL >
Robert Gibson, '^A^jtrCabe,
J.O.Thomas, T.M.DodS52
JiluBttfbL '
? ' ' THOR H.UB1V President.
B. P. HTLDRETH. OMhlerJ ppygt
The Poople^a Bariki VT~
OFFICE, VO. OB MAIN ST., WHEKLDfQ,
\J W. V*. Money rooelTod on (l.postt. Inbought
and aold. Collections at Home or .from
abroad promptly attended t0. >^' "1 :
A. : DXBBOTOBS. '??'#!:,! f !
CgtoHeii,
A?^rew
JOSIAH F. UFDEQRAFF.OMh'r. ZHJ9!
mORBOm OZJTZKfSIOh
EBYOB 50?D & OQ.V;
. DBALSB8 IS , . _
Agricultural Implements,
emin, TMd AOaidraSMdi,
mart
Wheeling Iron Works.
NA?"- : ~
BAK IKOJf,
SHEET IRON,
Manufluoored and foraaleby - j
' ACHESON, BELLACO,
' - . Si . ?*.* I.:}
"Office and WarthooM, No.** 15 Main!
****** ^WHiBEi^dr.V.VA.
Jn2P ' '"
IRON KWiaraG CO,
nil 'I..f: l*Xin . - nl r.Jl t. .u jKfi
OBHWIWmkHnlMofttkn.
MKmfcdttMaof" ' '
OO Iti J J,.- , IWi'iJ j
MACHINE PQR&ED ITOIJS, BOHJ}'
WA8HEB8, *C. '
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AU wuwm MTJWMW, M.iuui*
nra AHD SHOE HAI1S. 111 '
j?wi? _ *- -?r,v; j
1866. FnU.Bijoolt., lsfa.
. i,' Vltfci Vtiur?wt u
J OS 8 P H 6HAVE8,
HyxnnBookL *B1Ui? ^Joks. MmiliMrtllln
Boota,*a,?e. mil ;
sriT'
.mm Ajf ; > r-f. v T -i 1' si i
;'>nM iiuiu ) >dJ ttt
(* ??* .* , :' iiriM ?*?*>* - ?
Great Attraction!!
.uaU^vl ?<?> flVOBtHi
. AT THI.'" Ji .
.;i- 12?? ?m?Vi a? ?i'>ii ]
a: I .Ha.. . i . ; j < _ . :
Q & A JST D
. /iv :
DRY GOODS
uuo,?-v 'mi ?'!" . K'vii?r? a?iH?;
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John T?jr?fiTtifiri& nn.
x.a 1 - :rv/.>r</;ri, .
ml ttfitnUir mtiaOpt,
CENTRE WHEELING.
. mtjoo j?a '
A'J xii-*J'I ' :r'*; -"l'''"* '''i ? J <' >*
.??ri ivjWitl j
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Fancy and Domestic
.viriw^t.iu ,
. -u-vM ,<*' ? .?'.*! /OU J.'iV i
DRY GOODS!
!
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} t . i".!.' j i' > it>'i Kifa) . ?!
"Which we'pffter io the trade arid' ihe pntiHe
in general at. '? rT:' ' -?"i
j: !7)?; H T i , t ; .. > r-jy ijji
, i . // j? i *> ! t" ,tJ> i-i ?>? >
?. ?J jifuijOi ?: -i". . : ' >!
New York Crish Prices I
All partlea baying for casta, wholesale and
retail, ale reapectftilly? Invited to call toon.
Merchant TaUore.will also And11 to their. adfii
' - * 2? m:U ?il ?*>t; ?> ?.
? - , 1 : T.i /. !'. J till iJi . , :
CARPETS# OIL CLOTHS, COTTON AND
WOOl^'tAAsB, '
Wholesale and Retail.
: ? ffT?IH -.
JOHN ROEMER &C0.
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UJ ' (i) /?., V
t CO 111 .I /
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NEW MATEBO^ii
Itf* .:?? ' ,...
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^O oinxisr Gf!
CHEAP AND DURABLE.
: , .... ,Vu-,|.,oW i.'. !
Fire-Proof & Water-Pioof
-.i itfc^tUtirrtWt i'/ }'.)*i:itt li'T
' v * j
Plastic Slate BJoofingj
ii.?T ;??T trtfcif I - >.<* Hi ffiwi."
<x?nbnstibkslmpervl<>M. non exiynMT?V^nd
aiscovOTM taat will r68Ss? tnc kcqou of tne
element* as long as as tfeettrodfcfcre It pt?
tacts. For repairing? old ana preserving
new metalllo jtoo JaoCall kinds. Plastic Slate
has never been equalled, while It baa proved
an mvuioaoie aootufution yy tuo meensmo
-^SSjyfin^n$erf<?5^^^or15^e2$jto
*n*terabn1MlW tmom.maAbMgm *n?
Ohio And "Wood, we Axe preiMred st *11 times
"W.T. SmOMSTON,' ~~
TVTOOLKiA.T^'b'EAr.EB W TOBACCO,
YY J3NPFF AND CIGARS, No. 88 Matt
5?&ES53^BSaS
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15
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Trustee's Sale of a Valuable Fain ]
In Marshall County. W. Va, :
OF ^f&aS&iTinfsT
D from M. P.O'Herin to me as Trustee, datedMarch
80th; 28M, r*rill Wfftofansal? at the front
door of the Court House, In Ohio coon
or tbe late BenJ. McMecht-nr B8q.t contain- ,
In* twenty-two acres, more or lew, moated J
1
derlald with ooal and limestone* Is of the <
best quality and admirably adapted for! gar.deninfltpnrirosea..
There is a comfortable two
story brick dwelling house, out-houses, and ;
a good orchard on it. *' ?* ?,
Terms will be made knownoudayof sale, i
i The title to .tha. above land, is believed to be i
indisputable. butsellingasTrugteel will convey
only such title as is in me vested by said
deed oTtmsL'. >s. A :: 8.P. HIIiDRKTH,
oc?-td Trustee.
~ Ti^ste#s Sale
Vm-PtTR' OK A DEED OP TRTTftT
15 made'by Peter Phillips to me, datcd'Tstii i
day of FebrtouPiT ttB imd!IfooKied Hi the offloe
of the Recorder flbr" Ohloconnty, in deed
book forty-eight, (48.) folio four hundred and
Axtj-?rfeaf^G7t)>iwill;on* *? si r
, Monday, Oqtflber 8th,. 1866t
county, sell the following described property,
viz: Lot No. 240, situated on Koff street, Centre
Wheeling?in Koflfaaudnhapllne'a addition
to theoly:ofWhfee]ft%j Being the same
property that was conveyed by Alexander,
Rogers and wife to Peter Phillips by a deed'
airthestock and material, either fin^h&Tor
unfinished, which may be on Land at time ot
sale.- r-1
Terms of Sale
bne-t&lrd naifti, iaindr^aTnrterln! six. And
twelve months, with good security.
sep7-dts ISAAC OOTT8, Trustee.
P. 8.?The Bedstead Factory, and all ma-;
chinery pe^tain^ng*? l^flrst>rate order.'
The above sale is postponed until Tuesday.
CJTANTON ft ALLISON HAVE SOME
O Valuable Real Estate for sale, or exchange
for property in Wheeling. consisting of- improved
forms and town property in Ohio,
ahd Of western lands. Call at thelr oflloe in
thOMfeLure Horise, Wheeling. ', oct2-2w*
Valuable Coal "rind Faj*miiig;
. :?) Lands for Sale. '*
A TRACT OF NINETY-TWO ACRES,OF
/\ gnrtnlny al-rty oj?ran oultivatlon
and well adapted for Grapes, Gardening
or Farming purposes, with a Brick Ten^
t^Hou^jon ^the^san^ and^ one^hu ndred
iQrwalent Qnim^or ^$?eC8toWe!
from which were obtained the stone to build'
the Water works of the city of Wheeling.
The Ouarry and Coal are within easy access
im pottvahuSSe jth??of land fo*j$her
mining or taiaYihracturing pnrpoees.
Inquire of EDWARD THOMAS, near West
Wheeling.Ohio, or STONE A THOMAS, 174
Main street. Wheeling. sep27-lm t
-'Wngfttfi'Salel >,
TN PURSUANCE OF A DEED OF TRU8T
J. from Daniel Zane to me, dated September
of October, 1866, at 10 o'clock, a. m., at the
front door of the Court House for Ohio county,
the lots following, vik Lota Noa. 1,2.3, 4,
5,6,7,8.0,10 and llTin Daniel Zane*s addtlon
to the city of Wheeling, on the lsl^ad*;
Terms of sale, cash.
. AMON McSWORDS,
sep21-td Trustee.
Commissioner's Sale.
x>y vtrttje w a decree op the
JLJCircuitCojurt-for Ohio County, duly pronounced
and entered on the 9th day ot
March/1868^ in a certain cause therein pending,
wherein Francis D. Chapline is oppir
Slalnant, and the executor and devisees of
Loses W. Chapline, deceased* are defendants,
on Wednesday, the 3d day of October,
1866, at tbe front door f>)T{fhe Court
House for Ohio County, commencing:
at lo o'clock, A. w.. I shall offer for sale, at
public auction, to the highest bidder, thd following
described real qsiate situated in the
city or Wheeling, arid State of West VirginT^^dSrtdefl
moiety of part of lot No. 89,1
eastwardly from said street, one hundred
and thirty^-tWO ffeetj Also cho undivided
moiety of part of lotNo. 119, fronting sixtysix
feet on the west side of Market street,
and running hack of even width, westwardly
from said street,-sixtyrBeven feet. .These
lot? abtit on each other, and adjoin the hotel
knownas the "Grant House," on the South.
TKrmB of 8 AtE.?One-fourth of the purchase
money in Cash, and-the remaining
ther^urcha*er art vine ho n d s^nr* thn*1
installments. The title will be retained untilIhe
whole olthe purchase shall have been
sisessr.
The above sale is postponed until Wednesday
the loth day or October, 1866.
oca
BE8IRA11L1.
Coiint^Eesidenc0ForSa|e.
ON ACCOUNT OF A REDUCTION IN
the slz&df my ikmlly, I offer for sale my
property, situated on the line af the National
Road, four miles east of the city of Wheeling.
Said property OQmdsts of . r r
fourteen Acres of ground,
jji s
FINE RESIDENCE,
containing eleven rapms ami an attic Anislfed,
-bauir rooms and all modern li^rovGEaelm;
tag brick stabling.-Ice and spring houses,
chlckery and two cisterns. Also,onehundred
all twelve years old, all bearing. There are
also choice selections of Grapes, Raspberries,
Blackberries, Slrawterrfc^^TjotESr
small fruit*. The grounds are finely laid out
with evergreens aamjother ornamental shrubPrice
S30,000,
- Tbet gfoand oonM not be.pnrchasW^and
the bullrings be put tip at a cost of leas than
W0,000. Ifrtll also sell my
HOUSEHOLD yURNITURK.
Persons desiring td consult me in regard to
terms of payment, Ac,, can leave their
names at the Gas Company's Office, or visit
me on the pitemJsefc" *11
fobgr^lAwtr JACOB HORNBROOK.
wooiys; ;
PRIZE MOWERS!
-!?? ? I 1
wa1ffiaw: ,Tw
. i i H
Flmt clan prlxe? bare been awarded them
every oonbsrlA raMge aU America.
?E crJirfW Sjrif
The Only Machine Offered for,
Which a..Poll. Sjupjiiy of Ertra
Pieces are Kept Cohtantly
tits
on-Hand.
lo "< . . .. > - '' it!0Ov 1
WO THOUSAND of these Machines have
.siwissr-a aim?
nrnirs! Ann p.yiiwtwp
to . ... J : t - j j !. . ' r
BEFORE BUYING, OR SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
. 3 fL Tjl ^
PRY0R, HANDLAN A < C0.Af
Bol? r'n.
^ . *tCt '! - . tt>? "if
i - 'td*-i . :
: * ?*?; ?
Jig
F.QTfijgn. Fruits. v
(j fl*ggH OP DRIED BOHEMIAN getn
wSnSi lOT0MkndOrin*wL ' :>'P
'MKte ^'UfawiiUiJ, ^L.
?V&ttJV0tWnW.
JALTIMOHS & QHTOjR. R. COMFY \
OmuBAMitbmoTUTMmtjOo., 1 .7
Whumko Jane 15,1868.j ,
BUMMER SCHEDULE.
OA8SENGER TRAINS WILL KUN BY
tr-lbe following Kbedale on and after Jnne J
,7' accomodation train.
tjeave Wheeling. Ban- Leave Cumberland -i
l-ysexctd, aufilo aj? at 10:15AJt. I
Fairmont.....11.'09 44 N.W. Va.R. t
3rafton, Janet R.) ~. 5:40 p.m. t
N. W. Va. R. Fairmont...... ffc? 44 1
? s
(arrive) &00 44 Benwood 10^0 44 j
Oakland.. 8:17 44 Wheeling
Cumberland. &20 44 (arrive!) ...,-1030 u ?
Sundays, at 12-88 p.*. Baltimore WX) 44 I
Benwood -12:40 44 Washington
MonnduvUle-1238 44 Junction-929 " ,
Cameron 2KkS 44 Winchester ?
Grafton..^-..... 5:40 44 (loave)...^. 430 V, ?
Wadril?tr..^WS^) ?i*rp3rtFeiU253Ajfc. i
Cumberland...11:07 " ^TunctWin- f
Martinsbniy?.HaW i.v. 6 Chester A P.
Harper's Fer. R. R. J
Junct. Win- Martinsburg?h50 A.M. ,
Chester A P. Cumberland...5:23 44 ,
R. R. 828 44 Piedmonts &39 " 1
asfa*** 8^S5i2n^#.K
Washington Mound svllle... 2:30 44 t
Junction...... &53 * Benwood .. &00 M ]
Baltimore. 7:20 44 Wheeling ?
Wash'ton City 835 44 (arrive) 8:20 44
?I If AIL TRAINS-DAILY TRAIN.
Leave Wheeling (ex.) Leave? i
Saturday) at-8.10 p.m. Wash'ton CPy 7^0A.X '
Benwood ...8:40 44 Baltimore 8^0 44
Moundsvilla. 9-18 44 Wash. Jn'tm. 9rf? 44
AaM^jn>rr>/MIWU .Uii - ?* * " J
Fairmont 12:13 A.K. MarUnsbarg. 233 "
Grafton, Janet Cumberland- &S3 "
N. W. Va. K Oakland 9-J5 ?
B 1:17 a.m. Grafton ?12:26 a.*.
F*fflSWa "
Oakland........ 8:40 u Cameron....... 8:46 "
Cumberland. 6:49 " Moundsvllle. 4tfB "
MartinsburgU0:48 " Benwood.? ,.f.ii35'! f?J
Harper*8 Fer.ll:47 ? Wheeling 4^5 * !
Winchester [arrive)
(arrive) .A80 p. m.
Wash. Jn'txu 8:40 , , j:. i >; v
Baltimore....* 4:10 u
Wash'ton C*y &05 " j
V. !
JulS General Agent, Wheeling.
Gleyela44 ;$; .Pittsburgh Rail Road.
(Shortest and Quickest Boute Ecut and West.)
AN. AND AFTER JU^Y 80TH, 1806,
\J Tminswlll mnasfloUowK
Express. Mail. Express.
I/ve Bridgeport? 6^5 a m lOrfjO a m 4:15pm
Arr. Pitb&argh 11:05am 8:40pm ftlBp^n
w Cleveland.... jfcOOpm >-8?0pm MSam
" Crestline 6*?pm ll:00pm < 7H0am
M Ft. Wayne... 11:40 pm 5:45]am 1235 p m
" Chicago 6:00am 11:30am 6,-OOpm
:M* HairfibuTgAJ 8taBpm "2S??m *&80&m
" Baltimore?12:20am 7:00am 1230 pm
" Philadeiphial2:30 am 7:00am l:10pjm
" NewYork.... 5K)0am lOHOam 4:10pm
^ TieketH'to all principal points in the East
and Westcan.be procured at the Union office
in McLure House and at the Station at Bridgeport.
F. R. MYERS,
an!8 General Ticket Agent.
CHANQE OF .TIME.
^Washington, Pa., at Z....(k30 A. m.
Leave WheeUng at ;.:...J.Uv..~s40>. m;
Arrive at Washington at. ?6:00 M
Jp27. _ . W. I). BURTON Bup'L
Tram fbr the West.
; ; ' i;v; Wheeling, June.15,1868.
/~VN AND AFTER JUNE 17TH. I860, THE
for ,
m. .and leave Ben wood on the arrival of tile
C. O. R. R. trains at 12:40 p. m. and 8:40 p. m. ~
Ju26 J. B. FORD, Agent. "
- -WBlrfts ana -KiporiJ.
C. L. KANE A CO.,
^WHEELING, W. VA.
i/ tuMutr vvwumixijiWHAHiJivaw
JV dies, Scotch and Irish "Whiskies, Jamaica
^imsMidCordlaliChoiceOld RyeandBou*
'/ -.li inn wo v.'i!1
BAX'L OTT. MORGAN L. 9p"f_, .-JSTi. p. HAI/L
SAMUEL OTP, j BON' & CO,
. . , Agents/or , ? . . V
?u FAmBANKS'
STANDARD SCALES,
A DA.PTED TO BVERX BiANtJH./'OF
>1. business where, a. correct and durable
Scale Is required. * . / ..f
Connter Scales of every Variety,
FORTABXiK. AKD- DORMANT SCALES
( IT 'FOB STORES,
, HAT ASD CATIXE SCALES,
' Warehouse*kand Tmtuptrlalton, Btala,
Scale* for Grain and Flour?Scales for Ral roatU^SCalea?fbr
U IT '
Too ,,.i:,S?^gSK^i
All of which are warranted in every particular.
Gall and examine, or send for an illustrated
and descriptive circular.
N. B.?These Scales have all sUel bearing#, 1
which purchasers will find upon ommtuntinn
Is not ihecwe with other scales offered fbr
SAM'L OTT, SON <fe CO., Agents,
^^M^r-oppoKite?
! siilAl
Smith's Wheeling Brewery,
Successors to I^Darfington A Co.,
ipHB UNDERSIGNED. HAVING SOLD
L,tbelrBrewe>t'BBdvifaMiiw baalnes to
BeUly, Darlington ft HobbaTcheertaUy re
Hio pnnuc aa iuuy competent to keepiip the
weir known reputation or the AlesV'Porter
and Malt manntactnred at thla fstabltahsaTMrottle
^
sepl-tf H. DARLINGTON A CO.
> TWI W ^
tt brands of Ales, Porter and Lager Beer,
which we are now ready to deliver to dealers
and families.
Orders respectfully solicited.
A Reputationthift^Rxvircfeodln One Word,
"RELIABLE."
*/ir ''i . i "
WEST VIRGINIA
?*UflWBDl AMD IHHDAT 'SCHOOL
BOOKHOUSE,
Jx? >
Th k aups BTisino'domoTTte
have the pleasure or annonnolng to the
public the continued mnoa or tM,
JtUUH JOJMMin
gtras and Theological Wdrltt.'lf mtki >BooMy
jiWMMMrtjRftiiiyaByir JBoota, :HyniL .
lQI?li,ifltlUonnjr^aa. tmtur*u tagjiwatey
, wpl ji ria ftBOWHE VJtflOBEB,!:
T.? iHv!t;ciU.H - 'Ji-* viu> . XocaKAjeuift.
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lAtS.AJJDOjCPS
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1 HARPER & BR(X :
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H^s?s33api!
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1
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s?;-..?S?^^SH 1
S^ras&sf^KpSasa, I
Mseoae of the Head.' Throei, None, or Skin.
liny*uw? o?the Liver, loop,Stomach,or
5owel??thoee Terrible Dtoordera arising from
SH??S?Sis I
iaSsriSKKSSwiss;
YOUNG; MEN H
Specially, ;wbo b?ve become- the victims ot H
^Khk^^muOlylwSpjto1^ njSme K
ifque IlKlllMillfll'nf TlrtiBf TT*'
uuxuiBut taienia ana tullUant Intellect, who H
^ssbr
vakedto ecstasy the living lyre, may call
rtth fqll.conftdenp?. i,
Harried Persons, or Young Men contempt*. H
Ing marralge, being aware ofPhvslcal Weakless,
Organic Debility, Dettrfmltles, speedily
"itewho places himself nnder the care of Dr.
I. may religiously confide in his honor as a
jentleman.'and confidently rely upon hi*
utiii a&a physician. ,, n y. j,.; ' ,
ORGAN IOWHAKNKSH
Immediately coredand fuU vigor restored.
This distressing. oJTbctLon, .which; renders H
life miserable and marriage impossible, is the H
penalty: paid by the victim? of Improper inlulgencies.
Young pexwms are too apt to
pommltexeesnes ftamnotbdng aware of the
Ireadftil consequences that may ensue. Mow, B
who that understands Abe- sm*J<$ct will pretend
to deny that the poWfer of procreation is
lost sooner by thoee falling Into improper
habits than by the prudentr Besides being H
ieprlved of the pleasure of healthy offrpring,
the most serious and destructive symptoms of
both body and mind arise. The System be- '
al Debility, and Wasting ofthe Pramfe, Cough,
Consumption, Decay and Death.
Member of ttffc tto^albotlege of Surgeons.
KC'WasCKs
part of whose 1Mb has been spent in the hot* H
pitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia, and
elsewhere, has effected some of the mqst as* l |
tonjsbing cores that were ever known, many
troubled .with ringing in the heaa and ears B|
when asleep.greatnervousneas.belng alarmed
at sudden sounds, bashtalnees, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangementof
*plndv^erecnred immediately. - ?
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
- Dr. J. addresses all those who have inlnred
themselves by lmproper indulgence and solitary
habits, which ruin both body and mind,
unfitUngthfsntyr. either business,study,so
'mefeare some of the sad and melancholy
effects produced by earlyhabitsof youth, vie
Weakness ofthe Back and Limbs. Pafnn m
Memory
Sws??^te?- ac
aBB?&ei?
YOUNG MEN
WTM>1iavft lrijtirod themselves by r certain
Police, indulgedJn whenajone,shabit ft-"
qnenuy learnea from evil companions, or at
school, the effects of which are nightly felt,
even when asleep, and, If not cored, rendere
S^^^SSSSStf* m,nd
Sn^Sfdi5?m prospects. and. enjoyment*
S^^SSmUS&miSSl
templatlng Such persons must, before conI
MARRIAGE. I.'
SSHfgSiS^Sii&mffi&Jffi th.
blal- hapmnees. fndeed, wi&rout thene the
Journeythrough life becomes a weary pilgrimage;
the prospect hourly darkens to tqeview
the mind becomes shadowed with despair and
fllled'wlth the melancholy reflection that the
happiness of another becomes tftghted with
oar own.
Office, Ko. 7 Soatb Frederick Street,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a
few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe
name and nnmber.
WNo letters received unless post paid an d
containing astamp to! be need on the reply.
Persons writing should state age, and send
portion pf, advertisement. describing symp*
The Doc tort DIFLQMA hangs in his offlce.
. ; INDORSEMENT OP THE PRE88.
The many thousands cored At this establishmett
within the last twenty Sweats, and the
nnmenrasimportant surgical Operations *per^
formed by Dr. Johnson, witnessed by this' reporters
of The Sun and matty other papers.
notices or which have appeared again and
again before the public, betides- his landing
as a gentleman orcharacter and tesponfdblll ly
is a sufficient guarantee to the ftfflcted.
8K1N DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
feb20-ly*
V v.-. %*<flteaXt '
A CARD TO TBI LADIH. |
, DB.. DTTPOWOCa
Golden Perioclical Pills, I
FOR FEMALES.
______
Infallible In Correcting Irregularities, Removing
Obstructions of the Monthly Turns,
from Whatever Cause, and
ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL AS A PREVENTIVE.
It Is now sirifee the above
celebrated Pills were first discovered by DR.
DUFONOOj of Pftrls, during whttto fimetti**
have been extenrfvely and miccessftoiy used
Inmost of the public institutions, as well as
In prlvate pracuoo, of both hemispheres, with
unparalleled' success In1 every case, and \l is
only ttio ^urKenfc request" of the thousands
of Ladles who have used them, that he
Is Induced to make the Pills public for the alleviation
of those suffering from any Irregularities
whatever, as well as to prevent an Increase
of family where health will not permiOHE
PILL IS A DOSE.
; Females peculiarly situated, or those supposing
themselves go: are caallimntt-ggglngr
losing these Pills while In that, condition lest
they " Invite after which admonition,
the Proprietor assumes no responsi
billty, although their mildness would prevent
any mischief to health.- otherwise tine Pills
j_ MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY
for iall those afflicting complaints so peculiar
Sga^emrfneu, on anSsfiffhi Exertion,
FntpUation of the Hearty and all the various
distressing complaints, particularly that most
Tb? Leoeorrtacea, or Whltca.
At ttoaaihe UtniU there la nothln* In Ihes
SeSar^1
i,!o-' ..? .. r
?J2_nfcMMMtflJtaa*. mt by Letter both by
fWjf ?"1 Agent*, to all part* or th>e -world.
In HemoiiBr obslruetjMa Jt RralorIns
Natare <? lis Proper Oluatael,
oijunuio thk wpvnand bringing back the
"Hoyr mlor of Health" My tke3jiMfe jot tbe
PrleeltlPpn- Box. " ' fflflUlMls.
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