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FHiUrtelphJa.
Express & Alexander Kid Gloves
Fruit Cans.
We are fully fbepabeti tj
811 order* prosoptly for oar new vWe
optaluz KtiUlT (SA.SH. alto Tot's and USZ
T?J 4ri, an A ?,!.*'> WAX in any quae
Uty. .Au aray* on wa I a fell line o. ?,L2?
aon Hr-fc* ?=: tbtm *!.;??%??> {
klB-J* ?I TIN, i;vP??il <? iHEKI IKO?
WAKE nil o.'3riii=JJ we "3er at tile lowtfc
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FROIT CAN5!_FRUiT CANS
WE I.VVITE THtf ATTENTION Oi
/rienda and the public In general ti
onr large fcVxJc of Frail Can*. They are 'a
?ap*-r:wr to ibote o: ia>.t year; the 11 in ar<
xzjacii iarger.
F-raooain want of Fruit Cans irould d<
wr:il lo^ziuolst-oar *'odc befo e parcha*
in^ e-*?w.'.ere. oKaLJ'<G WAX ve;y Cfcttp
We will ?e!J TI.V WAKE CHrlAPKi
THAN' Ay HOCftE IS THE ClfY.
Cajl and &ee ior yourself. Our xnotL::
C/nlck hsai?^? and tima.'i Froflls, at
KEhlift KOEMER'?,
Ko. 3 77 Market *t. 3 aoors atxrsre Monro?.
RE f a ml nG cone oa short notice aod a:
?he cb?r*p*?l raie*. acgl
TC?SI>Air flORXIXC, AlGl'Sr 4.
Hew AdTCrrtlM-meaU.
Something Entirely New?Greatesl
Concert.
Wanted, Agent.
School lur Girl*?S:. ilallfcew'o
Cburcb.
?l'(i?r/i}n!?K<!booJ. MoundsvilJe.
Futi Murujti Storf*, Raiph ArkJe.
Cottage for .^aie Obeap, 7 bo*. O'Brien.
fi'.t-bu.er Rhiifr Vernon, T. H. Moag,
Agent.
cleafi5g Up.?The Street Comtnisaiioo
er La<> a heavy force of men engaged
yesterday io removing the large quantify
of esrb and gravel brought down
from tfce bill eaat of tbecUy by tbe rale
on Sunday afternoon.
Kab Hcet.?We beard, yesterday
tbat a boy, wbcae natne we did do'
learn, while cot gunning last week
discharged bU rifle againat a tree. Tb<
ball did Dot penetrate tbe wood, bn
reooucoea ana atrocic tne ooy ? ?*ar
inflicting a slight wooed.
T hkouoh Tbai98.?We were in
formed, yesterday, that a dispatch hac
been received in this city from Mr
Kicg, Vice-.President of the Baltimon
an'J Ohio Kailroad, staling that througt
trains would leuve Baltimore or
Wednesday.
ilA.ND I^JCHfcD.?I'eter L?owrytwbo?i
parents r*>-ide in Centre Wheeling, hat
one of his bands tevereiy injured bj
having it caught in the machinery of i
revolving swing, on the corner o
Main and Second street*. One of lh<
Jinf.bih wea crufched entirely off, am
one or two of tbeothera very badly cat
Sew tit Tons Out.?The newer in th
alley running from the foot c
Washington street to the river, wa
torn out on Sunday aUernoon and al
cnobt entirely destroyed. The point a
which it gave way is about one-thin
lta length, and from there to the rive
It is a complete wreck.
City Diuectoiiy.?The canvass fo
our new City Directory ia progressing
finely. We hope the portion of on:
citizens who have- not been culled unor
will bestow t?H liberal patronage auc
a1? Hiucli encouragement lo the work as
thoMj who have been visited. The worl
will be of ? superior character, ant
gotten up in good style.
Juvkmle Toi'LAtta.?At the regu
lnr meeting of the llising Star Rand
No. 1, held at 5)^ o'clock p. m? tho following
officers were appointed for th(
prevent quarter: W. C. T., l'ranl
Warden; W. V. T., Liddie Gaily; W.S.
John WIUIUk; W. P. S., Kdward Dana
way; W. M.t I^utelluu G. Marsh; W
D. M.f Mary Itoemer; W. O., Marj
Uiggins; I*. W. C. T., Theresa Philips
Aground.?The Martinsville ferrj
boat got aground yesterday just oppo
site Jonatha;:'d ltavinc. It had boei:
taken there to pull a Hat boat loadeti
with pig iron off the bar, and in doing
ho go. /'-to Ibo same difficulty. Altei
some time the steamer was got oIT, as
wan also the Hut, a lighter having been
sent to tako on board a portion of the
iron.
Dry Goods Dauaokd,?Messrs. J. S.
Rhodes A. Co., dry goods merchants on
Main street, huatained damages estimated
at ouo thousand dollars, by the
water flooding their store on Sunduy
evening. The pipe conducting the
water from the root is built in the wall,
and becoming clogged tho water forced
Its way through the wall uud root,
Injuring goods to tho amount above
mentioned.
I. O. cf G. T.?At a regular meeting
of Thoburu Lodge, No. 9, held on Mon
day evening, August 3, 1SGS, the follow
ing oflQeers wero installed for the en
suing quarter: W. C. T., T. C. Duna
' way; VV. V- T., Allio ilubbard; K. S.
Johu E. Parker; A. R. S., John Rlgsby
F. S., Peter Phillips, Sr.; Treasurei
Theresa Philips; C., McYay; Mar
shal, William Shields, Jr.; D. M., Mat
tie Batbum; Sentinel, J. C. Echols; P
II. S., Mollie Rued; L. II. S., Litzi
Joy.
West Virginia Reports.?Whilo 1;
the Secretarv of State's cilice, vestei
day evening, our attention was calle*
to a large box filled with the uecom
volume of c?Kea decided by the Coui
of Appeals of this State. The work wa
gotten up uuder the supervision of th
official reporter, J. Marshall Hagani
Esq., and Is a volume ot about 6C
pages. It bears the imprint of Morgai
& Hoffman, Morgantown, and is noi
on sale at Secretary Wltcher's offlci
price $4 50.
Resignation Accepted.?On Thurt
day last, Governor ISoreman receive
the resignation of Hon. W: A. Hai
riaou, one of the Judges of the Court <
Appeals, to take effect on the 1st <
September next. Failing health, m
understand, is the reason assigned U
tendering the resignation. It was a
cop ted, and the vacancy will be filled
the election in October. We did n
hear whether an appointment wou
be made to fill the bench in the mea
timet or not.
I BrrcBurows IrEXS.?Eeqr. Sbultz
' has be?n doing a land office bnsiness
for the-iast day or two in dealing with
I offender* in bis bailiwick. Among tbe
I more prominent cases that be baa
I rtlspoacd of, we mention that of Jacob
j Zimmer, who wa? brought before him
for creating tumult end disorder, and
> wai fined five dollars and costs. Geo.
J Bcblnson, another resident of tbe
? "Bepnbllc" assaulted a qnlet, inofflenI
sWe German with a set of knucklere,
5 beating and bruising him in e shocking
J manner. Xbe assanlt is said to bave
^ been a most unprovoked one.and a fine
3 of twenty dollars and costs web im
posed. This little recreation cost Robinson
nearly thirty dollars, and be wss
beid to bail in tbe anm of fifty dollars
- to keep tbe peace for six months.
In our visit to South Wheeling, yeaj
terdsy, we were told of the great disor
j der and tumult prevailing there on
- Saturday afternoon and evening. a.
r j pic-nic bad been arranged for on thai
f i day, but the rain interfered with the
" j plan. It was therefore determined to
: have a ball in Steubenrauch's Hail,
- | and we were informed that more than
! the usual amount of bad order attend.
' ing each assemblages waa indulged in.
j The duelling of the Rev. Mr. Cross,
11 pastor of the Presbyterian Chnreh in
, the place, was made,the object of the;
' meanest and most despicable outrage j
('any one could commit. It was repre
sented to us that more blasphemy, obscenity
and brawling were heard on the
streets that evening than ever before in
the same length of time. We regret to j
be compelled :o make such a report of j
thc-se usually quiet neighbors of ours. j
Suicide.?South Wheeling was!
thrown into a state of great excitement
on Sunday night about eleven o'clock
by the announcement that Lodwig
: Fette had committed Buicide by hanging.
About that hour he was fonnd
* suspended in the rear of his residence,
?toe body atill warm but life extinct,
i lie seemed to have gone about the work
deliberately, and to have resolutely determined
to accomplish his purpose.
The cord used was a smaii hempen
one, not larger in diameter than from
an eighth to a quarter of an inch. The
neck was not broken, and from the position
in which he was ioand it was apparent
that be had 6imply placed the
! fatal noc&e about his neck and bore
t down upon the cord with sufficient
force to produce death from strangulation.
, E-sqr. Schu:iz was sent 'or when the
t body was discovered, and immediately
, summoned a jury to bold an inquest.
? After a foil investigation of Ine case,
t the jury rendered a verdict So accord ,
ance with the facta elicited by the testimony,
which folly established it as !
one of deliberate sell-destruction.
Fette had been for many years ad*
dieted to the use of intoxicating liquors,
* and was noticed on Sunday to be under
- their influence. Still the reason for his
1 rash act is not known and will, per1
hops, forever remain a mystery.
^ Police ? Court.?There was quite a
| "crush" at the police court room, yesr
terday morning. Nearly all ages, texx
ea, colors and conditions were repref
Rented. Lager and whiskey bad been
B at work, and some of the fruits of their
j labors were about to be realized.
George Baker and Ellen his wife, were
brought into the dock, charged with
e creating tumult and disorder on Sun*
>f day, and were each fined five dollars
a and costs. George bad kicked at the
officer vrbo, In tbe discharge of bia duty,
t was taking himself and spouse to tbe
J Jock-up, and fur Ibis offense was fined
r one dollar nnd costs.
Tbomas Williams was arraigned for
a?eaulting and battering Frank Hicks,
but it whs ebovrn that be wasacting In
? self defense, and the case was dismissed.
Frank Hicks, for disorderly conduct,
was fined five dollars and costs?rather
* bard but no doubt just in this instance,
| to get whipped and pay for it besides.
Joseph Carr and William Mulloney
were up on tbe charge of drunkenness,
. and got off by paying one dollar each
t and costs. Grabriel Manuel (colored)
- for striking and kicking a colored fem?
inlne, was fined one dollar and costs
: for being eo ungallant.
v Yunlor/liw aftornnnn n
horse attached to a wagon, was left
^ Btunding unhitched on Quincy Street,
in front of the Pacific Mills. The great
Western band was coming down Mar.
ket Street, giving our citizens some
specimens of their musical powers, and
, the old steed being unable to see the
I musicians, (he was blind,) and having
. no ear lor music, took fright and start.
ed toward the river at fall speed. In
( crossing Main Street he got off the
track* and brought himself and wagon
f up against a lot of grindstones on Franzell's
corner. One or two of the grindstones
were broken, one of the shafts
ahivered, and the ancient equine laid
broadside on the pavement. These
were the only damages. Fortunately
no one was In the vehicle, or the consequences
might have been more disastrous.
Grant and Colfax Kite.?Two enthusiastic
Grant and Colfax men in
| Centre Wheeling, prepared a beautiful
kite, G feel by 4, with the usual appendages,
and announced that it would be
5 put up last evening, lor the first time.
_ 'I he news spread quickly over that portion
of the city, und created no little
_ excitement. The Copperheads predict.
ed a failure?"that kite wouldn't fly,"
Ac. But it did, notwithstanding their
; asseveration* to the contrary, rising to
the mojestic bight of 400 yards. It was
.] really a beautiful affair?made of blue
paper mu9lln, with 13 stars represent*
^ iug the original States, the letters U.
^ S. G., and several appropriate devices
upon It. As we said before, the effort
"to liy" it was entirely successful, and
n only typified tho triumphant success
- awaiting the illustrious personages for
d whom it Is named, in November next.
^ River NEws.?The river was falling
here last evening, with three feet five
9 inches in the channel. There is a rise
6 of fourteen feet in the Monongahela at
Pittsburgh which will probably be
here by this morning. The New State
" left for Parkersburg at 11 a. m.; theExv
press will leave to-day at the same
hour for that point. The Forest City
arrived from and departed, for Sunfish
at the usual hours.
J The tine passenger packet Belle Yerr_
non is advertised to leave for Cincin*
Jf 1 natl, Louisville and St. Louis, to-morjjlrow
evening?T. "H. Mong, Agent.?
re (See advertisement.)
*r Attention.?The Baltic B. B. Club
will meet for practice this afternoon at
R* 3 o'clock, on the Fair Grounds. A
^ lull attendance Is required.
a- On. and Pastel Pictures made in the
best style at Partridge's Gallery;
Acquitted.?We made mention a
few mornings since that a young man
named Fette, residing in Bifchietown,
bad been arrested for beating bis latfa|
er. What disposition bad been made of
| the esse we never learned until yesterday.
When brought before the J as lice
! the testimony clearly established the
| fact that Fette, Sr., was behaving very
badly in his own boose, making so
I much noise and disorder that the whole
! neighborhood was disturbed and geth!
ered about the dwelling to ascertain the
! cause. Young Fette, feeling keenly the
I disgraceful character of such proceedj
ings, requested his father to be
| qaiet, and informed him that the
j neighbors bad collected about the
boose and were witnesses of his con|
duct. Still he continued to rail at and
abufe bis family, until the son took
| hold of him, and leading him to a chair
! compelled him to ait down, at the same ;
j time patting his band over the old j
j men's mouth to prevent bis hallooing.
These statements were made by res1
- r ? ? <3 sa ?K?r. ri-i nehlv
pODSlOie pa lues, ou- ow ? ?j
convinced the justice of no improper
conduct on the part of yonng Fette,
that be immediately set him at liberty.
The elder Fette committed suicide on
i Sunday night as is mentioned .else!
Trhere, and a false statement of the
I case having been made in one of our
cotemporaries, -we deem it nothing bat
sheer justice to young Fette that the
facts as brought out on the trial should
be made public.
Moonlight Pic-Nic.?Last night bad i
been designated for holding a moonlight
pic-nic at Walters* Grove, two
miles out on the National Boad. All
evening omnibueses had been engaged
in carrying persons to that point, while
many went out on foot and in their
own conveyances. A fine band had
been engaged in Pittsburgh, and reached
the city early in the day. In the alternoou
the Harmonie, Mannerchor and
Turner societies paraded through the
principal streets, bearing flags and
banners, preceded by the band aforesa]d.
Everything looked auspicious until
just before dark, when black clouds j
rolled up-in the west, looking ratber
portentous. An hour or two later, the
rain began to fall, bringing the festivities
to an abrupt termination, to the
great regret, doubtless, of those who
had gone out to have a good time. These
moonlight entertainments are rather
doubtful experiments, so long as the
weather is beyond the control of those
getting them up.
Cobezcxxon.?In our advertising columns,
yesterday morning, was an announcement
that a meeting wonld be
held on Monday evening, the 4lb inst.,
at La Belle Hall, to organize a Grant
and Colfax Clnb. It should have been
Tuesday, and will be held to-night at
the place mentioned. We hope there
will be a fall tarn oat. Similar organizations
are being formed all over the
State and country, and are increasing
in numbers at a rate unparalleled in
the history of political clubs. There is
the material in the southern portion of
the city to form an efficient club numerically
in and influence.and we trust
that the friends of the Union in that
n?i?rf?r will rnllv in (hoir tlronoth In.
1? "... J ? ? ?ft'" ?
night. Come oat and help swell the
column that is "marching on'' to vietory
in November next.
New Firm.?Wo refer our readers to
the advertisement of Messrs. D. Lynn
<fc Co. who have succeeded to the business
o/ Messrs. Chapman &. Co.,
move manufacturers, in this city. The
productions of theold firm have stood
the test of actual trial for several
years, and have a reputation second to
none wherever they have been introduced.
It is the determination of their
successors to maintain the high rank
attained by them, and we feel confident
that they will be successful. They are
gentlemen who nre acquainted with
the wants of the trade coming to this
city, and will exert themselves to
meet any demand that may bo made
lor cooking and beating stoves, grates,
<fcc. Call and see them at their office on
mouru ueiwwu iuhiu auu iuar*
ket.
"La me," said a lady the other day,
"I have been almost groping in darkness
for the past year; but, since I
went to Oxtoby *fc Duftield'H Jewelry
Store, 103 Main street, and purchased
those superior glasses, I see as well as
I did twenty years ago." Full stock or
superior spectacles and eye-glasses,
watches, clocks, jewelry, gold pens
and fancy goods generally, at "103."
Call and examine for yourselves. See
advertisement.
Runaway.?a horse attached to one
of Keyman's beer wagons ran away a
morning or two ago in Centre Wheeling,
adding somewhat to the life of
Main street over the creek. Beyond
the breaking of a wheel and the indiscriminate
scattering of beer kegs, we
did not hear that any damage was done
Had we wings, we might fly the
world over, and not find medicines
which equal Dr. J. W. Poland's Humor
Doctor for Scrofula and all Impurities
of the blood, and the White Pine Com*
pound for Coughs, Colds, and Kidney
Diseases. Sold by Laughlin, Smith &
Co. d?fcw
How is it? Have you purified your
cellars, drains, sinks, <&c.? If not your
health and even life is in danger. Carbolate
oi Lime is a cheap, powerful and
prompt purifier. For sale by T. H.
Logan & Co., and Logan, List &. Co.
Grant Campaign Songs.?Five new .
ones received at Sheib's Music Store.
Price 40 cents each. Send for lists and
send in your club orders.
Department of State, )
Washington, May, ,1868. J
To Wheeler Wilson, of Nero York:
Sirs:?The Department has received
one Gold Medal, awarded to your firm
on Sewing and Button Hole Machines
at the Paris Universal Exposition of
1867. "Your obedient servant,
William H. Seward.
The Cheapest Roof is the Gravel
Roof.?Mr. George Crumbacker of this
city, is fully prepared to put on gravel
roofs in the most improved method,
and warrants his work to give satisfaction,
either in resisting fire or turning
water. The tar used is put through a
process that trees it from oil and benzole.
and no matter howereat the bant.
It will not run. It la equally efficient
in roofs of every conceivable pitch. Mr,
Crnmbacker keeps on hand roofing
cement and cement for tanks and sidewalks
of the best quality, and for sale
at the lowest rates. This roofing has
stood a teat of fifteen years in Pittsburgh*
Address me through the Post-office,
or call at my establishment, head of
Llndaey street. All orders will be
attended to promptly. apr7-6m
The hot sun and occasional shower
no doubt baa Its influence?producing
Cholera, Summer complaint. Fevers,
etc. Yoa can prevent it by purifying
your premises by using the Carbolate
of .Lime. We would advise our read- ,
ers to supply themselves at once. For
sale by E. Booking and Bocking <fc j
Miller. ^
YRU suffering from weak Lungs
and Throat Disease, when such a sure
remedy as the While I*ine CbmpounfLis
to be obtained ? It not only cures Pulmonary
Complaints, but ia ol great effect
in Kidney troubles. ddfcw
TEE UNDISPUTED SUPERIORITY of
the medicinal virtues of^ Roback'^JJkxxi
~ vurnaui siiicia ?au c^uuu ruiiuc.
over all other remedies prepared to relieve
suffering buman'ty, la thou n in many waj*,
bat especially is It evinced in this important ;
jact: That responsible rirnggists all over toe 1
country take active interest 1a Introducing .
tbem to tneir best customers and friends,
v&Le at tbe same time, it is quite as naucb to ;
their pecuniary interest to rtc&mmead otter
mesicine*. T&e reason lor t-i< ts obvioui-. ;
They aie in positions to see tbe pre-eminent ;
efficacy of tbe pills in cases 01 .Liver Com- '
plaint and all obstructions of tbe bowels,
and, in fact, in all cases wbere a cathartic
medicine can be employed. While the Bitters,
by their gentle tonic, stimulant and laxative
properties, and as a sate and certain .
remedy in Dyspepsia, have von the admiration
or every one who has ?iven tbeai a
trial, and the Blood rnnfler i? acknowledged
to t?e one of tbe best remedies to uarea wot
disease, cure Scroiuia. Ola Sores, Krup'.ions
and ekm leases and to pari y the blood,
extant; hence me people mu?t naturaily
g;ve their voice in f-vorof remedies which
effect to much real good in tbe world.
Sold by ail L>ruggL?ts every wbere.
Jyio-lmdAw
The Purest and Sweetest Cod Liver Oil lu
the world, manufactured frcm fresh healthy
livers, upon tbe eea shore. It is perfectly
pure and sweet. Ask for "Hazard & Caswell'e
Cod Liver OH," manufactured by
CASWELL, HAZARD A CO?
New York.
Sold by all druggists. myS-TuFr-ddrw
Soots & ?&o*s.
ESTABLUlUED IX 1M7.
1888. Spring Trade. 1868.
8AM'X. M'CLELLAS. CBKbTSft X>. *2<OX.
MCLELLAN&KNOX,
MASCfACTCEKBfl A5D JOBBERS Or
BOOTS & SHOES,
SO. 63 MAIN STREET,
WHEELING, W. VA.
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
Cash buyers to our very large assortment
of Boo la and Hboea for tee
SPRING TRADE,
which /or extent, variety anil freedom from
all Irregularity, is not surpassed.
Onr stock 1b larger than any other In this
city, and in prices we can successfully compute
with buy shoe House in the Kast or
wc&t. For the proof of which we Invite you
to an examination of our Hiock.
tor All goods warranted uniform in quality
marl* McCI.EL?I.,AN A KNOX.
i&urtton ?atts.
AUCTION!
Hubbard Bro'r & Co.,
Auctioneers and commission
Merchants, will give prompt attention
to a'l boalnc** intrusted to them.
Keanlar Auction Sale* of General Merchandise
every
Monday & Thursday,
I
Evenings
Goods sold at private solo daring the day.
Dry Goods,
Boots & Shoes,
Clothing,
Notions, '
Furniture, >
and every thing cheap, at
HUBBARD BROTHER & CO., ,
Kos, 86 A 88 Market St., !
(REAR THX COR. OT QUINCY.)
W. H. BA83ETT, Auctioneer- Jan9
{Boots anfi jWwes.
i
c
1
FORGEY & HUGHES, 1
120 JIAISr STREET,
CiAJjL ATTENTION TO A FRES& BUPply
of goous received to-day; consisting
oi ueuus hand sewed calf
Congress Gaiters,
GENTS' A BOY'8
BASE BALL SHOES,
Youths' & Ohildrens' Balmorals.
Alro, another lot of those elegant
Serge Congress Slippers,
for Ladles. All of which will be sold very
low. te9
- 1
HENBY ANKHEY 1
fashionable
BOOT MAKER,
KO. 77, MAIN STREET,
Near George Kraft's Grocery Score. j
CENTRE WHEELING. j
Makes to order all the different styles of ,
Boots. Shoes and Galtere. oc!5-ly
Broom Handles. ;
35000 ON HAND AMD fob
low toy
OHART.KH H. BERRY,
angCT Nos, UAU Wait rot*
S?ottatt.
Mlifi Insurance Company,
OP WHEELI.VG.
capital ^130,?00Directora.
aau'llfcclxlus. gkosgemcoo,
r. H. LOGAS, - THOS. P. swaT.T^ritnm
b. w. rf.ivrgrar, j. n.va*cs,
J. H. Hobbs, Michael Rtxluet.
Louis C. ftnm.
This company bow having been organized
five years, and in that time dose a success
fol bafinwj, 4* still prepared to take risks at
fair rates on Be ladings of all kiods, Merchandise,
Manufacturing Establishments, Furniture,
t?ieaai Boat* and cargoes on tbe Western
Rivers and Lakes. Thi? company offers
fuperior inducements to Farmers, wbftt>y
tbey can be insured on Dwellings, Furniture,
Earns, and contents for S or 6 5 ears at
reduced rates. This being a state company
with tbe
LABOEST CASH CAPITAL
paid in, and surplus of any company In tbe
elate, and conjpoeed of tome ninety four
kiocxboiders, moetot wcom are amoiig oar
c?efet basiufes men, recommends itself to tbe
favorable consideration of tbe insuring
public , and solicits tbeir patronage. A pplicat-on
for insurance will oe promptly auended
to at tbeir office, No. 29 Monroe tfreet, or
at tbeir several agencies throughout tne
State.
N. C. ARTHUR, Secretary
SAM'L McCLELLAN, Prwdent.
GEO. MENDEL. Vk? President.
C. M. ooen, Ass't Bee*j*.
feb?9-d4fcw
FIBE AND MAHICTE
IN SUB. AN CE COMPANY
of wheeling.
/.V CORPORA TED IN 183L
Slakes risks ato-he lowest rate
. on Buildings of all kinds, Furniture and
erchandise, and on Goods in Transit.
DIRECTOES:
a. WrLSOK. W. 8. Goshobs,
Rob't Mobbisoi*, Johj* Rkid,
Thos. Pollock. at.kx. Rogkbs,
Wx. G. Battkllz, J. U. UD Bou,
Jacob Hoksbeook.
Office up Stairs, In the "Insurance Building."
neat door to the Merchant*' National
Bank.
a. WILSON, President.
Joh?c C. Hggvgy. Secretary. Jan29
CONTINENTAL
INSURANCE CO.
of the city of new yoke.
CASH CAPITAL 81,750,000.
This company having deposited
with tbe 1 restaurer of the State 925/00, in
compliance wiin tee taw, u now prep?ea
to take all kinds of
Merehindiie, Manafnrtarlnjc nod
Dwelling House Bisks,
on Ihe in obi favorable terms. W Policies
lmaed by
W. F. PETERSON. Agent,
Main St., next door to Merch'ts Nat. Bank.
(copt.)
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA.)
Tbeabukzb'6 cm ex. j
Received of the Continental Insoranoe
Company of tbe Citr of New > ork, by W. F.
Peterson, Agent at wheeling,West Virginia.
Twjsnty-Mve Thousand Dollars in U.S.
Government 7 g-10 Bonds, on deposit by paid
Continental Insurance Company, as security
to policy-holders of said Company within
tills State, according to the requirements of
chapier 117, section 2d, Acts of lt>#7.
(Signed) J. H. BRISTOR,
ang&4 Treas. State.
German Fire Insurance Company
or
WHEELING, WEST VA.
In ooporated May 14.1867.
Capital glOO.OOO
DIRECTORS.
Christian He?, William Klevla, Benno
Hammer, John Oesterllng, John Pfarr, A. J.
ijtjug, nuiiiu ocjuiduu, i ixiiucmc
August Wiedebush.
m??is company now fully organ_|_
lzed, 1b prepared to Insure Buildings.
Furniture, Merchandise and other Personal
Property at favorable rates.
Losses after due adjustment, will be
prompt!y paid.
Applications for Insurance will receive Immediate
attention from the Secretary.
Company's office, In Bank of Wheeling,
Mam street.
JOSEPH sky BOLD, Secretary.
H. A. KNAPP, Assi>tan t Secretary.
JOHN OESTKR LING. President,
AUGUST WIEDlSBUSH, Vice President
ANTON REYM ANN, Treasurer,
WILLIAM KLEVIS, )
PE1LIP bCHOKHLE, V Survey ore.
august wiedebushj
Jun29-ly
National Insuraiice Company
WHEELING, WEST VA.
?'A PITAL,./-. - ~ .?200,00C
Offloe. 28 Monroe St., next door to 1st National
Bank.
omens:
Geo: K. Wheat, President.
James McClcnet, Vice President.
John Bishop, Secretary.
Chaeleb h. Collier. Assistant Secretary.
Directors:?John E. Y/Ilson, Jaa. C. Orr,
John A. Armstrong, A. C. Quarrler. Geo. K.
Wheat. Alex'r. Laaghlin, Jamen McCJuney,
Moryan L. Ott, Geo. Aaam*.
Reference?: S. Brady, Cashier Merchants
National Bank, Wheeling; List, Morrison 4
Co., Wholesale Grocers, Wheeling; Pryor,
Handlan A Co., Wholesale Grocers, Wheeling;
Michael Rellly, Wholesale . Grocer,
Wheeling; McClellan A Knox, Boot and
Bhoe House, Wheeling; McCa.be. Kraft A Co^
nrnwHirtJi. whm>1 lnir lien. W. Pmn?helm A
Co., Wholesale Wines and Llqcors, Wheeling;
Winshlp, Woods A Co., Queens ware
Wheeling; l>ewls Baker, Pub. Register,
Wheeling; T. C. McAfee, Notions, Wheeling;
Campbell, Frew A Co., Pa be. Intelligencer,
Wheeling; Ott, Hon dk Co , Hardware, Wheeling;
J. E. Hands, Cashier, Firet Nat. Bank.
Fairmont; K. P. Camden, Prest. Nat. Ex.
Bank, Weston, W. Vsu; Capl. John McLure,
Jr., Wheeling. apr25
2ETNA
M & Marine Insurance Company
OF WHEELING.
CAPITAL^. ?IOO,OOC
derkctors:
Fames C. Acheeon, William B. Simrw.-r
Augustas Pollack, Thos. J. Campbell,
I no. K. BoLsIord, Wm. C, Hanoi an,
T. M. lXxlhon.
TXHI8 COMPANY HAVING BEEN FULr
JL ly organised, is now prepared to take
laks upon
Ball dings of all kinds, Merchandise
Hanaractnrtog Establlabmentfs
Farnitnre and Cargoes of all
kinds on the western
Waters.
Applications for Insurance will be prompt
y attended toby the Secretary.
Office at the National Savings Bank, No. K
tfaln street.
8. P. HILDRETH, Sec*y.
EL G. HARDING, Asa'l Sec'y.
JAMBS C. ACHESON, Pres'U
VM. B. SIMPSON. Vice Pree't. mrZ
A.S A PREVENTIVE
Against Malaria, Fever and Agne, and all
ilteasee, arising from a torpid ?tate of the
iver, there Is no medicine so highly recom*
nended as Koback's btomach bitttrs.
bold by all Druggists everywhere.
PAXTOH & OOLEBA7
Wholesale Grocers
no. 54 main st.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Have received and offer for
sale at lowest market rates, viz;
loO Bags Rio Coffee.
60 Half Chests Oanp*r, T. H and lmp'1
Teas.
20 Half Chests Black Tea.
30 Boxes and Kegs Sap*r Va. Tobaccos.
75 Butts and Caddies Black 10s do 1
100 Caddies Blade^s and Navy da
20 Kegs 6 twist do
inn Rhi* Refined Smrara.
SO Hilda P. R. and Cuba feu gars.
85 Bbls prime Molasses.
Also, Floor, Soaps and Candles, Wooden*
jrare, opices, N. C. Tar, Gone. Lye, Madder,
copperas. Alum, Logwood, Newcastle Bi
jarb Soda, Cot'n Yarns, Batting, Eps Salts,
ialts. Chocolate, Cream Tartar, Vinegar,
Cheese, Shot and Lead. Salt, and numerous
>ther articles usually kept in a Wholesale i
irocery. *
We solicit an examination of our stock
!Tom any one wanting anything in our line.
sep3Q
P. C. HILDRETH & BRO.,
S3 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA. ;
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN NAIL ROD i
Bar Iron, Nalls^Sheet Iron, Wire, Cast '
Steel, Window Glass. Printing Paper, Wrap- i
ng Paper, Plaster Paris, Land Plaster, Ue- '
Agents lor Howe's Improved Counter '
Platform Scales. 1
JJus highest market price paid for Eagt *1a
iKd. gtrumg. Nrmo irrm. fei.
Hydranlio Cement.
1 nn BBIA HUDSON RTVEB CEMENT '
LUU the beet In am.
P. a HILDRETH* BRO.
SKcOtral
GREAT NEW ENGLAND
#R iJ MEDV.^^te*
Dr.J.W.PolasuTt
White Pine Compound
PNOW OFFERED TO THE AFFLICTED
throughout the country, alier having i
been proved by the Its; of "eleven years. In !
the New Kngfanrt States, where lis merits i
have become a& well known as the tree from :
which, in part. It derives its virtues.
The White Plae Compound Care*
Sore Throat, Cold*, Coughs, Diptherla, Eron- ,
eh it is. Spit ting of Blood, and Falmonarv AJ- i
Jecnoif- generally. It is a remarkable ft*- ;
medy fcr Kioney Complaint-, LUbttes dif- ]
Acuity of Voiding Urine, Bleeding from the ;
Kidneys and Bladder, Gravel, and oti.er ;
complaints.
The White Pine Compound. !
"It was early In the spring of *52 that this !
compound was orlalnatedu A me.> ber or my !
family waa j filleted witb an irritation of the j
threat a tended with a disagreeable coogb. I
had for some months previoo* tnougbt that
a preparation having for its bans toe inede
bark of wh tepine ml^bt be *o ctmpoanded
as to be verv nwfnl n viseases of Lbe throat
and longs. To test the value of it in the case
ail-dej to. I compounded a uiuil quantity
01 the medicine that I bad bten planning,
acd gave it In te&spoonfai dOnes. 1 ne r^ait
was exceedingly gratifying. WltUln two
days tne irrliauon of the thioat was removed.
the congb subsided -nd a speedy cure
was effected. Soon after this, I set. t some to
a lady in Londonderry. .N. H., who h*d been
I wffeilhg for H>me week* from a tod cougn,
| occasioned t y a cudcen cold, and baa raised
mucus streaked with blood, fche soon found
relief an . sent for more. She took about
ten ounces of it, and got weiL J. B. Clarke,
Esq., ed lor of tue Manchester 1 ally Mirror,
made a trial of the same preparation in the
! case of a severe cold and was cured mmedli
ately. Hewaswo high y pleased with tee resuite,
and so confident ol bnccet* attending its
sues. if placed before the public, that ne
finally purssaded me to give t a name, and
s?nd it abioad to oencflt the uflenng. In
November, 1855,1 flist advertised it under
'tne name of * hlie Pine compound. In two
years from that ume there bad been wnoic|
saied in Manchester alone one hundred dollar*
worth, where it took tne lead of all the
ouugh remedies in the market, and it a ill
I maintains thai nod Lion. There is eood rea- !
son lor this; it & very bootnmg ana otaling
In >Lb nature; Is wanning to the Biomaco ana
j pleasant witnal to the taste, and fa* exceedingly
caeap.
| "as a remedy for kidney complaints the
| White Pine Compound s- ands annvaled. it
was not originated lor that purjoee, but a
person in using it for a coat b was m t only
cored of the oougb, but was also cured 01 a
kidney difficulty ol ten years slanging, tsioce
that accidental discovery many thousands
have Of-ed it for tbe same complaint, and
have l*-en completely cured."
The above was written by Dr. Poland, in I
1360. teince to en, as in Manchester, the
White O'mponod bas taken the itrad of all
Congh remedies, as well as a preparation lor
the cure ol Kidney difficulties, in every city,
town, vl ia^e and hamiei throughout the
New England States.
Tne remedy is aa ?afe and pleasant to take
as it is effectual.
The White Pine Compound,
PREPARED AT THE
New England Botanical Depot,
BOSTON,
Under the Sapervision of Rev. J. W. Poland
For sale by LAUGHLN, 8MITH A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, and also by GEO. B.
GLESSN KB.
maris eod eow, dAw.
3rausportatwu.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R.R. COMP Y
Omn: Rat.t. & Ohio Kaileoad Co., I
Whiki.tSG. May 16,1?>S.f
PASSENGER TRAINS WILL KDS m
the following schedule on and after May
17, IKS, Wheeling lime.
KAMT LINE.
EAST. WEST.
Leave Wneeling* Leaves Waobingtoa
(dally) at? AtM p.m. (dally) at?\J&) p m
Arrive? Baltimore or20 "
Grafton fcOO " i Winchester ?&30 '*
Cnmh^rland 1:53 a m Arrives at
Harpers Ferry5:30 ** Harper's F'ySi'Jl 4*
Winchester 9:45 44 Cumberland.12 29a m
Baltimore 8.40 44 Grafton 5:13 "
Wa*hlnfeton~9-5Q 44 Wheeling?. 9:u3 44
EXPRESS TRATN'.
EAST. WEST.
Leaves Wneellng* Leaves Washington*;
(dally at? &lu ajn. (dally) at... b:4o a m
AiTlvee? Baltimore.?9:45 "
Grafton 1.40 p.m. Arrives?
Parkfersborg 6:30 44 Harper's F'y_l:22 p m
Cumberland- 7:i6 44 Cumberland?tin.2 44
Harper's F'y 12:18 a.m. Grafton 11:23 44
Baltimore 4:20 * Partersburg &50 a m
Washington. 5:15 44 Wheeling. 4:25 "
Except Sundays. 'Except Sundays.
?.f A TT, TRAIN.
EAST WZST.
Leaves Wheeling* Leaves Washing ton?
(daily) at 9:10 p m (dally) at.... 8.1X) p m
Arrives? Baltimore 8.4j "
Grafton 2^0 a.m. Hagerstown.il-U9 "
Parkereburg.lurtW " Winchester ...UftsS 4*
Cumberlano_G:S4 44 Arrives?
Harper's F'yl2:4l p.m. Harper's F'y_l:02 a m
Hage>stown. 2:45 44 Cumber land _5^0 44
NMnchfcftter...2:65 44 Grafton Uzt5 44
Baltimore 4:45 44 Parkeraburg U xO 44
Wash'n City^5:45 u Wheeling 42j5 a.in.
Except Sundays. Except^sondayB.
BEN WOOD ACCOMMODATION.
To conned with C. O. R. R. Division.
Lea res I Arrive at
ti; l. nr.l i a m I I ^ rw fW-C n ?
&10 " I 5*A? p m
Zi'JD p m J MhOo "
Tickets to all principal points In the EaM,
West and South-west can be procured at the
Company's office.
JotfH Lu Wixeox, Master of Transportation
Baltimore.
R. T. DEVRIES
myI8 General Agent. Wheeling
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Ball Road.
ON AND AFTER MAY 11TH, I808,
Trains will run as follows:
Express. m?h, Express
I/ve Bridgeport. 6:2o a iu 11*30 a m 2:4a p m
Arv Stenbenvllle 7.43 a m 12:>8 p m S^s; p m
Wellsvllle 6:45 a m 1:40 p m 4:30 p m
Alliance ..11:00 a m 6:10]p m ............
Cleveland... 1:90 p ?n 7:10 u m
Crestline 4:43 p m l'^Opm
Fort Waynel t:40 p m ?:i5am
Chicago 6:20 a m 8:10 a m
Pitta burgh...10:55 a m 4."25 p m 6:55 p m
Harrisburg? 9:20 p m 2:27 a m ?:00 a m
Baltimore?. 6:45 am 6:15 a m 12 nu p m
Washington. 9:40 a m vmo a m a?0 p m
Philadelphia 1ZS5 a m 7/10 a m fc85 a m
New Yora via
Allen town... 5:00 a m 10.00 a m 11:50 a m
New York via
Philadelphia 5:50 a m 13:10 p m 1,12 p m
Tickets to all principal points in the East
and West can be procured at the Union office
in McL*ore House and at the station at
Bridgeport. F. R. MYERS,
my 15 General Ticket Agent.
HEWPJ?'lELT) RAIL ROAD.
ON AND AFTER MOND AY, MARCH
88, 1868, tbe train on the Hempfltld kh.iimnH
will rnn no (nllnwE*
Leave Washington... ....7:30 a. m.
Arrive at Wheeling Jfc30 a. m.
RETURNING:
I^eave Wheeling...? &00 p. m.
Arrive at Washington 6:0u p. m.
aprt W. D. BURTON, bnpl
GRATIFYING
ro know that a re" I able remedy la within
the reach of everyoody for tne radical cure
or Lty*tepslAor indigestion. Such a remedy
Is Hoback*a Biomach Bitters. Hold by ail
Erngglst*.
Straw Hats !
JUST RECEIVED
AT
HARPER & BROS.
Jvl-St
Sheridan Goal-Works.
PIAl-KUABT A McMEOHEN h>T9 In.
creased their number of Miners in order
to meet the demand tor their
SUPERIOR COAL.
They are prepared to deliver promptly, all
3f their grades from "pea" to clean top or
parlor coal, at prices ranging from 5 to ltl cts
per bushel, warranted measure. To guard
Against mistake* or imp sitlons we have
placed a tlgn board on each of our wagons
und car It, and provided each driver with J
aur ticket, with the number of bushels be
loads upon it, to be signed by the party to ,
whom he delivers. This obviates all znislake-c
OFFIfE?Market St., opposite Union st.
my46-2m
K A BBLS. WILMINGTON TAB, large bbll .
Ju 30 " Common Rosin.
5 " Pale
On hand and tor sale low by
my8 OH AH. H. BERRY.
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Having recently refilled with SEW TYPE
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we are prepared with the most IMPROVE
STEAM PRESSES, to exeecte more efflci
ently and promptly than ever before.
EVERY DESCRIPTION 0?
BOOK & JOB POINTING
FROM A
Mnmmnt.li Pnotor >
AIAIWIi IXA1V/ \JJUL A VW UWA e
DOWN TO A
Visiting or Wedding Card,
IN TILE BEST STYLE OF THE ART,
AND AT
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Cards. Circulars. Bill Heads, Bills
Lading, Lottor Heads, i
Checks, Drafts, Ball Tiokets, Dray
Tickets, Dray Books, Tags, r
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Envelopes, Blanks, Programmes, e
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ADDRESS
FREW, HASANS & HALL, 5
WHEELIS6, WEST TAl
wrnm. |
JA1TII0BI LOCK HOSPlfTL
jaXAHTJFHKl? AH A BLTLGR n>ni.
QCACKZhY. *KOit
raz OSLT PLA.CB WBKRF. A ctTBr
ni V P.K f,RTA IK* r,
DR. JOHNSON bu d^eoverwl ti?
Certain. Speedy, mi onjy j3
i.medy to the World for wSSaeSrS'E?1
Baca or llmlw, txrteuiiea. Affcrlwu of }~
Sidney* and Blaactr, lavoinntiry
;?*, 1m potency. General DtbtUiy, > error"
jtss, L>y*peps-*t Languor, Low fcpir-u., 0!T
tedon el P?ip.uuion of Uit
nmluiij. Ireiabiin*. bimatM of s%i*rV;
[iiiiciueafi, l,i3ea**c o. the Head, Tnru*i CVJ.
>r bain, ABecUon* 01 the Liver. ilai??
?tom*cli or Bowel*??bo>? "j erribic l
insuig .rom soliinrj baUit of 1 oa b?4,^ *
,iiti *oui*ry pracLCcS more faUJ to iticu \ v
;rns Lo* u Uie st?og orsyrena to Lbe
,t Lb sees, b:ighi?t:g their m(i?: oxuur-ope*
ox aniUnpeilioas, rendering m*rrawe
fee., lmpoariibie.
YOUNG MEN
specially. who have become the vie'lms o?
soiiUuy Vice,tb*t <lres?o;uj fcna ce?uccurc
i*nit febicb auna#Lv#*eep8 to an hulLi^ y
jr*ve Ujuq&imU ol * oang rfen o: loe n.^J.
ricelitut LaJents and onLi *nt intellect.
ntgui oLhcrwis* nave euuaacwa batem*,?
xuaUMs wjtti met harder* 0/
Ec?Jc.<m 10 ?3>uc> tne living lyre, xn^>
BTiui xuii cn:ifli?-r.oe.
marriage.
Married Person#, or Young Men con!etc
almiiiie zmurLMize. beans ?w*reof ,,
* Organic JJtOiiiij, l*;oruiiucip*?o)ly
coxed.
He wco pi?ce& himself under the cart r
Dr.J.ma) religiously confide La hi* hutifa
i??geoUeamii,&uu cuaHaeaUf reiy a^u i
i-? -g ?n i&tt a pti) a.cian?
ORGAMC WEAKNESS.
[mmediaiely caied atd (oil vi<or restores.
a Li-= aUtrcti-jn, wtilcti r&a jc-*
lie uiOs*-r?.b:fc and marine liiiiAMubie, u iL*
p iudi> p<ud by i?jc vKUnso/ improper
loi^eticts. \oong pemn* are t.o ap t
x.u;nj:i exoesrte from not ueiLg aware of u*
irtSMdiUi <X?Ufe*rqatr-llCt? IiXiU IIUJ eiiMle. >07
kb?Ui?l understands ti e subject will p:e.
\kud u> den> liua ihe power of piocre*u^u ^
LOftt nmuct b/ Uiose UiiiiJg into uupri.pti
a*oila lhan by Ujfc prudent? i5e?ldo
lepnved ol Lbc pleasure o; tiekJUj) offsj.^ a
me must leuuQj turn aefcvjucu.e >ym^u.n ,
j\ both body and nuiiu uitx. 1 Lie
kCoHJtt oer*nged, u?e f -_i_iai *ud a?en.?j
rUi.cUoiu S? w?ni??, LOas of t-tuackuve
Power, Nervous iiil.abl Uj, Ltytpep^a, ^
piUiiuQ ol the Hour. iLUtftAUjU, louiu.uuouui
L-ebu^tj, anu Waiting of me r rxu.e
Uoogit, looaumpuon, bway *nd bestlL
DK. JOHNSON,
Member of the Royal College of Eorgeoai
London, Graduate o. oi_e ox Oie muki *.m>
sent Colleges m tne UniUaJ bUie*. and the
tnsater pail o! whose die ua? oetc apeu, ,c
in. oo-piUila of London. Puris, ru;laoeJ*,bis
?nd ei&cw bere, bu ejected .-ouie 01 tne mi*t
ifeiOul^iiinK cures U*at were ever aoowt.
2j?u> uouo.eu wiUj r.ngln* 10 ibe hua ?i G I
wL.ec ttft.tep, gre*t Xiervou^ueas, Ofc.ux J"
iiarmvd ?i uaueu e?uud?, WJU,
ier*ngeiL.ent of xaiL;U, were cureu imr-.Z
Lutieij.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. acdrespcfi all Lb one who txMVe injurec
.htmstiv a by ixupxoptr luaui^eiiCc auu ?u i?T)
tiub.!&. wtiicti ruoi bo lb tk*1} and mine,
anbtuug tbem for eutner ba^batta, &Uid>,ko3ety
or maaziM^e.
7 ce&e are some of tbe Kftd and melacchtir
iSectb produced by eauly L?o le of voum
viz: wVagi;??A of tbe iiack ani Limtio, j
xj lbe oe?u, L/luioeas oi clfcbt, i_uoa oi .Ml*.
:uLu Power, P*JpJU*uon oi ?be ?xe?rt, l?t,.
pepblt, frtrvoos xrrlut>ilj;y, bcraoscmeijicUi?
L>tge&iive Fnucuona, GeZjertU DeuiL;v
symob.maoi Cou?ompiion,Ac.
mesiallt.?"lLe le-rfa. effects on tt?
inlnu &ie much to bedreaiued. loss of JJeu.>r>,
con i US.OD oi lunu, L*epree*iou oi ii^ii at
bvii tor*bodtags, Avtnuon to srccictv,a^f.
uteirui-l. Love oi eobtuae. Tumdit>, ic., k;t
luue 01 ctui piujuceu.
I'Loasuidso! peitoiife of all ages amsov
aage *hai is ibe iau>t of their declaim*
_ieauth, io^mg ih.-ir vi^or, becoming wci
pale, nervous and emocnued, having a ;,.'
julai appearance about me eyes, uough, a_d
JjmpU/UJ Of CODMUUPLOQ.
yudmj mils
Who have injure i themselves byacey?-p-raCiioe,
i&ua^td in wLeu a.oae, a nabx. LtiUcUliy
leaiueu Irom evii oompaulou^, or *.
chool, lilts efiects of winch art* ni?ntiy Id
iveo when aaierp. and. l1 not cured, render
marriage unpo*iole, ana de?tro) 9 Doth >? ><>'
mil txxiy, should apply Immediately.
What a piiy ihai a young uiah, she bopec
ais country, toe pnfle 01 h.s p?uen.?, ?ijoc?.
36 tna>ci.cd fiom aJJ prjsptcib u,dea-i.
ueMi of li.e by the consequence oI QcTi'i*
:iug from thd path oi naui.e. an 1 lndu g?r
n a ceitain secret hablL. Kuch person* n_ u -t
sefote contemplating
marriage,
eflect that a sound mind and body are the
211*1 uec?-a&ary rtqaiaiiw lopiomoie cwu^i,j.al
nappine?s. inutred, wunoci iht^e :i? I
ourney imougb life becomes a weary p ..
(innate: the pruspect hourly darkens to iu
new, the miud Uwrnta shadoweu wac ur- ^
pair and tilled with the melancholy r*firf ^
ion that the happiness ol another beco^;*
flighted with our own.
diseases of imprudence.
When the misguided and imprudent rotay
ol pleasure Coda that he has imb<uec ac
*-e*iso: this paiufui disease it loo o>ttii bdppens
that an iil-um?d tense of fetuin,c
ice&d ol tiL-ooveiy deters him from 1* 0
those, who irom education and respect
jiiiiy, cxi, alone oetneua nun,dela vu.:
lie constitutional 6ymploaib oi Una Lor.;Lisea.-.e
iixaJke Lheir appcHrucoe, suen c.o aled
sore tbrv&t, di cased lao-e, noctuiznu
jain- in tbfc bead and limbs dimut t? o; Bjg&t
le&Tn&e**, nodes on ilie shin-bones ana axes.
>loiciifcs> on tne beau, lace and exuean:;c-.
progressing villa Xriguuoi rapiu.ty, uii ?i
isi ibe prtiate of tne monin or Lue ooctf
>ftbe nc?e foil in, and tne victim of ira
iwml disease becomes a bornd ob.ee: C
?mmlsei auoa, Uil deaib pate a per?ju to Li
irtauimi ouCerin^s, by .sending nim >n "tni*.
l ndiscoveied Country from whence no
javelier returns."
It is a Mc.la>CHOLT FACT that thcclands
laii victims to this terrible dixs^e, ot?*
ng to tbe uns&illlulntset oi ignoiaui pieendeis,
wbo, oj tbe use or tbat uKaDLY
^U<ao>, MbEL'UhY, lain theconstiic'jcs
ind make tbe residue of life miserable.
OB. JOH58TOS,
Jffice Bio. 7 Soatb Frederick Street.
^e:t band side going from Baltimore street, a
ew doors liom tbe o?rner. Fail not to ooervc
tbe name and number.
*?"J?o letters received unless post paid and
ontainin* a stamp to be used ou tne ttp:j
'ersons writing snould state age. ami ?ci.d
>oruon of advertisement deecrining sympnmK.
Tbe Doctor's DIPLOMA bangs in tateoflce
INDORSEMENT OF THE J-BESS.
Alio UUUJJ U1UU30UUB tUIOU Kl LUIS OU-lshment
within the last twenty > ear>, a-d
he numerous Importantsnr^kau Opemtk-cs
>erlormed by Dr Jobusion, witnee-t*d 0> toe
c porters ot The Sun and many other pt(?n
loticeuof which have appeared a-c
igfcln brfore he public, Deader- his auuidiof
is a genueman oi cuaracter and resi^ciailllty
la a sufficient guarantee to the affl cu4
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larch, 1868: Sow ready, t&e following
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rbole constituting an 'official and BCm'
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r the United mates.
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