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D ~ . . .... , .. . ti To COBKHSPONDENTS.?No UOtUOlUIli- y cation not accompanied l>y the name of the writer can appear in these columns. ... c An Earnest Word of Warning and h Entreaty. c Friends throughout the State, 'we g hopo you realize the consequences t hiuging upon the result of the struggle f in which wo nre now engaged ; yet WO 0 fear you do not. We trust you are 0 working with such energy as that re- ? ulization ought to inspire ; yet we fear * you are not. Wo fear you aro confident 1 of success, with no better reason for f your confidence than that you believe 8 you ought to succeed. Keinember that | the race is not necessarily to the swift 11 ' nor the battle to the strong. Apathetic N Kight does not always triumph over 1 vigilant Wrong, no more than does too J confident strength over under-estimaled weakness. It in the mobility not the magnitude of an army that makes it efficient. It is the zeal of a party and not Uh mere numbers that makes it strong; for zeal brings out the whole strength ufc the right time, but wiuit signify numbers if they do not come to the polls ? We nro persuaded that to-day ten thousand more voters Tn this Stato favor the principles and policy of the Union-Republican parly, represented by Grant and Colfax, IhaU favor the principlrs and policy of the KebelDemocratic purty, represented by Seymour and Hlair. Yet we fear that with out more exertion and neuer uirecu-u * effort on your part to have these men fully informed of the real issues at stake and to warn them against the dangers of a rebel success, enough of (hem may be confused, blinded and deceived into voting against their own principle* or into not voting at all to put this Stuto,uud possibly the National safety, in peril. Our enemies are everywhere at work with the energy of desperation. Hundreds of them are giving their time and other huudreda their money lor the corruption and demoralization of such Union meu as they dare approach or hope to inflnence. They use every Instrumentality?persuasion, flattery, falsehood, threats, appeals to prejudice and passion, ? whisky, money, religious and social ties, to poison the minds and distort the judgment of men who have been true throughout the trying times or eight years past, nnd would continue to b? If left to themselves. In every county nnd In every township they have men who wotk unceasingly in all ^ theso ways. They make lists of All * the men in their township*. They 1 know every one who can be reli- 1 ed on to vote their ticket. They ' know every Union man who is in < tb? least doubtful and approachable. These aro plied with every argument, etery inducement-, every lutluence that ingenuity, impelled by seal, can invent. The appliances are adapted to each particular case, so that men who are without well-defined, intelligent opinions, and accurate information respecting the qnestlons pertaining to the canvass, will be somewhat more than human if they are not more or lens demoralised by being tnade the subjects of such systematic work. . Uuion Republicans of West Virginia, what are you doing to counteract all inihT Are you aning enougti7 Are you ilolngallyoaoMi? 1 f not,wu beaoech yoa to set about U once. Two ihln^n you must realize; and il you do uol you i will Inevitably be bcttlcu: I First?The result <>( tbla national struggle involves lu Ua iiupiadiate reaulta the l&Sue ol Peace or AViir?peace if tbe party,wlueb eonyoered the rebellion in artna o*n keep that rebellion down by maintaining Itaelf at the polls; a renewal of war.'aioru bitter and bloody *nd wide-spread than that from which we have so recently emerged, If the party of the rebellion la noif successful. Need we polilt "oat the 'tanmeront and the dally aocumnlati'bg '^i ?"?**" 1 Jo! l>&* . ,M M8J _ encea of this momentous fact? The ebel party are pledged to it in their latform. Their candidate for Viceresident was nominated because be . A, -fi- 4b. ?-'-v c?' I nterpreted that platform to mean revilation. The Southern rebels' who oade the platform declared it to mean hat, in speeches which have been. >rinted and read at every fireside. 41* er ihey had done bo, Horatio Sey moor-' ivowed that he stood upon the platorm and was a.party, to.. iU, terms, i besides tbese cthcial declarations which he whole party are pledged to mainain, we have the declarations of their epresentative men and newspapers, forth and South. We have the evience o: the same purpose in the spirit f the party leaders wherever we tiod liern; in the current .history of the ftflrKyvrl?#l \ i ,0/l nWt lyt: be events transpiring from day to day a every rebel State; esjrocially in the onditiou of afiairsin Kentucky, which y virtue of its falsely assumed neuraiity. during the rebellion, escaped the afli&iry coercion that yet restrains.the ther rebel States and where in conseaenco rebellion is to-day more tinratnineled and more virulent than it is ] South Carolina. We have it in the onduct, the walk and conversation of ae pro-rebel party iu the Northern lates, now again putting forward as aeir champions such partisans of the ebellion as Vallandlgbam. We have ; in the boldly uttered threats of their iewBpapers and their partisans in every ank of life, in every State North and louth?threats that they will resist the iwful declaration of the result of the leetoral vote?throats that they will igbt if tlio States of Texas, Missisippi unci Virginia, which through lieir own rebellious obatinany are ot yet restored to practical relaions with the Union und are trilboul civil government, shall not be 1 lowed to cast the votes of electors ihosen by a rebel mob without form of aw?threats that if (heir party is sue- j essful they will breuk up the civil ;overiitnents io eight Southern States >y force, drive out the loyal people rora those Slates, with the alternative fa halter if they remain, disfranchise mil re enslave the blacks, coerce the Senate of the United States by bayonets, md, in short, usurp the Government ind set up juat such a brutal despotism is the Southern Confederacy proposed ind was while it existed. lie assured ibis is uO mere sensational ippenl Uj your apprehensions. Conider in the liuht of experience what beso men promise, and bo your own udge*. Observe that the men who nuke them are (he men who threatened ebellloti in 1SC0. Turn back to the ecords of those timoa, and j'ou will ind no threats uiore violent, more gen>ral and numerous! nothing more eviienlly earnest, than the threats of the rebel loaders and their Northern nllioB to-day. The evidence, unhappily, is io overwhelming that we caunot mistake iis grave import. A reign of :errqr exists how in every Southern State not protected by the military, and n mime parts uf those Lhut ar . The legroes are beiug forced by threats of itarvuiiou to join the rebel party, ind the loyal whites are only allowed i temporary- exemption from argunents of force until the election of irytuouriu November shall make it mfe to adminiHter them. Kentucky, leparated from our own aoil only by a mrrow river anda range of mountains, s to-ilay but little belter than France inder Robespierre. She is subject to a . Ufc yrrany ot opinion almost as terrible to ter loyal citl'/.enH us any that existed in .hut or any other part of the South during ihe armed rebellion. Head the toiler from there which wo print elsewhere, ami doubt, if you can, that Kenucky is virtually' In rebellion to?day, ind needs only the spar of a national Democratic victory to inaugurate there luch open detiance of the laws of the Jniled Slates, und suck persecution of oyal citizens, as existed there during .he rebellion. Let no oue delude himself with the jeliex that it is impossible, alter the experience of the Southern people, that liey can contemplate another rebellion, to in em her that a few hundred rebel eaders are practically the Southern >eopto, for they easily control them. Die iiiuHM of the people there always mve been and still will bo manipulated by the comparatively small number of intelligent, lutliicutial, reckless men ft he inaugurated the rebellion before. And who now, to tit them more than ever for such a scheme, are utterly des I" ""*u r?ci jium^ m w iu nuu nothing to lose by ibe venture. With Seymour m the Presidential chair, backed by the prestige of the vote that put him there, these Southern rebe'19 would hesitate at nothing. Why should they ? Yet all this could lead but to one result: the maintenance of tbe government and laws bv the whole military power of the loyal States, and h11 the dire consequences that would follow such a necessity. In the second placet friends, realizing aU-this you must realise that nothing wliioli-can engage your attention from now uutil sundowu on tho 3d day of November, is at all comparable iu the gravity of ita'consequencBH. not obli/to tbe country but lo yourselves iudividu'illy, with tho result of this political contest. We are called upon to say, by the peaceful method of the ballot, whether:the aucations that, divide the loyal from .the rebel people of this nation shall be nettled now iu this blocdle69 way or whether they shall be referred again to the arbitrament of the aw6rd. Happy will it be for ns all If We understand this oppbrtunltyin time to improve itanddb not have to regret i(a loss when too late. You did not beHeve.ln JSfiO that the ,YHK3iH Al'jiAHi} ' * -?? ? r <1?ai .ok &li ' rebel threats of secession would be exe- ' cuted in the event of Mr. Lincoln's election. Yet they were. Many of you dm not believe tbat if they shonld be, it would lead to open war. Yet it did, and Vjrjih a terrible experience you were rindeceived. You are loth to be- i lievenow that if Seymour triumphs, the revolutionary programme of his <party And- platform will-be followed. , Yet be assorted-it will, not only to ) the letter but beyond.so iar as force can go. ; If you doubt, review the evidence. ( And be assured further, that in that unhappy event, no power on earth can save Lb is land from being again involved in the calamities of a civil war. : It is the logical and inevitable consequepce of a triumph by the ret>$l party , rtnu- foliialu oalllncr ilcnlf TlomnnrnIii* ' Less i liau sixty days iutervene before tbe State election. A fortnight later cornea the decisive battle of tbe national straggle. As West Virginia votes in October so will she undoubtedly vote in November; and if lu October she emulates the example and covets the condition of Kentucky, and casts herself, into the arms of. her enemies and destroyers; be sure she will give her voice in November for a renewal of that rebellion which has cost her people bo many woes. If tbe national contest Is to be close, as there is reason to fear it will, the five votes of W est Virginia may decide it. Surely there never has been a time when motives not only of. patriotism but of selfinterest and salety so strongly appealed to us to do our duty. Is not prevention of iuture trouble wiaer now than profitless lamentation will be when through our iudifierence that trouble overtakes us? Be not deceived by tulk about minor questions?about the debt, taxation, bonds, greenbacks, gold interest, suffrage, and other subordinate issues now I before the conntry which have grown oat of the rebellion. Oar enemies try to coufuse yoa by arguments about tbeae things, us if tbey wore the only questions appealing for your decision. If we can maintain the Government, enforce its laws and restore peace and prosperity, all tbeae questions can bo adjusted; but if the Government itself is to be overthrown what need we care whether the debt is payable in bonds or greenbacks, whether a more economical administration than that of Andrew Johnson could be obtuiued or a more equitable system of taxation than-that of Congress devised, because then the debt must be doubled and neither bonds nor gieenbucks would be worth ? fig, and of course taxation would have to bo doubly and trebly oppressive, to say uothing of the other burdens and calamities of war, Tho real question, we repeat, which, overtops and includes all othei-H, is essentially thai upon which the rebellion was raised and the war for its suppression fought: Shall the authority of the Government over all its territory bo maintained or successfully dctied ? anil, us a consequence, shall there bo Peace or War on this issue ? Friends of Grant and Colfax, friends of Peace, friends of L-iw and Order, there is much to do and tht* time is short. What you give now of time, exertion and money is given, as we verily believe, to your country aud to the best interests of society, aud is given to prevent the greater losses you may/incur, the greater sacrifices yon may nave tft make, if Hie Itebfellfon triumphs in this election. Consider earnestly, wo entreat you, which you can better atl'ord. M. McCr.uuti(McCiung, wo presume.) writes to this Register from Harrison count3r to contradict the story that his father, Charles Med ung, had been murdered by Ku-Klux in Missouri. The report was brought to this city by a gentleman from Moundsvllle, who said, as we now learn, that a neighbor of his who had just returned from Harrison had been told the story there and reported that the people there were greatly excited about it. Now It turns out, 11 this letter in the Register is genuine, as we assume it is, to have been wholly without foundation. g A. W. Campbell at Fairmout. Fairmont, August 21, 1SCS. Editors Intelligencer : Ou Wednesday, A. W. Campbell, one of our electors at largo, addressed a large meeting of Republicans at Morgautown, much,we understand, to their satisfaction. If he was as successful at Morgantowu as at Fairmout, it was a decided success. At eight o'clock a fair crowd had assembled at the court bouse. A number of ladies were present, but not us many as we would desire to see at these meetings. The ladies ought to go iu crowds. Mr. Campbell's speech, wo repeat, was elegant. He showed in a convincing manner that those now calling themselves Democrats had L?r<>Rt rPHHons to trv to throw oblivion over the past, for it was only necessary for au intelligent people to remember their record to refuse to place them in any position of trust or profit hereafter; that Democrat* all over West ViiKiuia advocated high bounties to soldiers during the war, to induce men to volunteer to save them from conscription. Then, as soou as the war was over, they howled over high taxes and abused the Republicans tor levying high taxes to pay just bounties. The Republicans supported good bounties, and then they inteuded to make sympathizing rebels pay their snare of theui. So of school houses; school houses aud bounties had caused our high taxes but the bouuliea were nearly paid, and over a thousand school houses had bpen built. Thatthesesonreesofexpenditure would soon end and the people of West Virgiuia would pay leas taxes than were paid by any State in the Union. We now paid 20 cents on the one hundred dollars. On property before the war, iu Old Virginia, we paid 40 oents. Now our money was all expended in the counties and townships. Then it went to Old Virginia, <fcc. The great object of the .Republican party was peace, and to- build up the interest ot the country. The Democrats were for war.and wanted to destroy these good interests. He reviewed the acta of that party, contrasted their policy with the Republican policy. Showed that the enfranchisement ot the negro in the South was forced on Congress, they refusing to organise with suffrage in their owncontro!. But I cannot do justice to his address without elaborating be' yondyoar limits. Ail who can ought i to Hear Mr, Campbell. * y?> w > V4 m A'iu Dexter trotn a Mile iu Two Minnie* and Fourteen Neeoncl.s. From the Chicitgo Tribune, August 21. Budd Doble gave Dexter another trial the other morning, and on this occasion be excelled himself. He. was started from the three-quarter pole, with a running horse behind him. He trotted to the stand in thirty-three and a half seconds, made the nexf quarter around the turn in thirty-three aqd a half seconds. the quarter of the backstretch to the half-mile pole in thirty-three seconds, and from there to the threequarter pole in ih'irty-fonr seconds, making the mile in 2:14. He was not stopped, bnt trotted up the homestretch and crossed the score without a breiilc, the last quarter being done in thirtyseven seconds. NAHUKIT OTT. The memory ot the just is blessed," and when a good man dies, weii may the people, mourn. Then may affection yield her tribute, and the heart render testimony to the virtues or the dear departed. And this was done to-day by the large multitude that assembled to pay the last tribute of respect to one of our worthier aud most estimable citizens, Samuel Ott, Esq., who departed this lire, Saturday, the 22d iust.. and wftom44 devout men carried to his burial" this morning. It is due to his memory that a brief notice of this excellent man be gfven to tlie public. Mr. Ott was born at the close of the last century, In Woodstock, Shenandoah county, Virginia, and there passed the early part of his life. More than thirty yearn ago he re moved, with his family, to the city of Wheeling, and engaged in mercantile pursuits, in which be continued till near tbe close of life. By remarkable attention to business, accuracy in all his dealings, and by u Just and upright course, he was blessed in bis efforts and crowned with success.. The esteem in which ho was held by his fellow-mercliants, and the high appreciation of his character by all classes, were repeatedly shown, in his belug called to llll positions of important trust. For soma years he was President of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling, and more recently of the Havings institution of the same city. He was also a highly respected magistrate, and a member of the Connty Court of Ohio county. Strictly conscientious, possessed of s-Jiind judgment, and examining closely into all matters brought to his attention, his opinions were regaided ot great weight, and carried with them a strong Influence whenever expressed. The mercantile and civic community have lost in Mr. Ott* one of their ablest membeis. It is howevor in his Church relations that the writer better know the subject of this notice, and In this respeot can give unqualified testimony. For thirty-five years he lias filled the position of Ruliug Cider in the O. 8. Presbyterian Church, and most faithfully did ho discharge tho duties of that sacred and responsible ofllce. He "watched for souls," and guarded with jealous care, the Interests of his beloved Ziou. Above tho affairs of this life stood the Church of God iu bis estimation, 'i'o that, ho gave time, thoueht. nraver and means, and labored in cessantly lor its advancement. The Third Church of South Wheeling, now under the successful pastorate of Rev. Mr. Cross, is a monument, to the untiring efforts and benevolent exertions of Mr. Ott, who united m ! himself, for tnauy years, the ollices of .Elder, and Superintendent of the tiabbatli School In that Cbufeh. How deeply will his loss be fell there! Who wiil take his place? More thau ever, will that church now feel its ne?d of drawing new to the hand that hath smitten, for it is the only n md that can help. We will not attempt to Intrude into the private and domestic life of our departed friend. The inner life of the soul is aloue known to the all-seeing God; but if "by their fruits ye shall know them," surely our Judgment cannot err in regard to him. If to be a man of prayer, to breathe the spirit of Christ, ttTba liberal without ostentation, not letting "the left hand know what the right hand doetli," to bo4'not slothful in business, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord if these be the characteristics of a Christ ian, surely iik was one! And now may we fondly cherish the hope, that sanctified by his aiUlctions, aud made fully ripe for the gathering, ho has heatd the Mastei's word of welcome, "Well done, good and faith fill.servant) enter into the Joy oi thy .Lord !'' A widow and a numerous family and social connections survive to inourn the loss of their beloved one. still, tender as ids naeniorymaybe, and though natural grief may lead them to shed many tears over the void thus made, yet faith piompls them to look upward, aud can template the unspeakable galu he has acquired in being "absent from LiiM bode." aud "nresent with the l.ord." Jiiu end was what might have been ex- i peeled from bis life. It was peace, sweet, Ineffable i?ofleo, for it wan "the peace of God thatpasseth nil utiderstauding." Surrounded by his loved family, and conscious* to the : LLst.be geutly ceased to breathe. "So fades a summer cloud away. So winks a gale, when storms are o'er, so gently shuts the eye of day, So ujts a wave along the shore." "Let me die the death of the righteous. j and lot my last end be like lils." D. ! Wheeling, Auy, 25, ISCb'. " ? > < Tribute or Kcspect To the memory vj Samuel Ott, J&y., by the Session, Trutiecs, and Members of the Third Presbyterian Church of South Wheeling, \V. Vo.: Whereas. It has v> leased Almtehtv God i In Hin all wise Providence to vomove irom our midst, by tlealh, Samuel Oil, Khq., who bus been for mauy yearn a laiibiul oillcer of this Church, and lo whose benevolence, labors and prayers, under Uod, It 1? more indebted than to any older man, be having been the lather and superintendent of .the Sabbath School, from which grew the Church; T/icrtfurc, Resolved, That in his death the Church has lost one of lis main supporters, a wiio counselor, and faithful worker. Iteaolvcd, That in the death of Samuel OU, this Church has lost one of its moot useful ollicersand members; South Wheeling, one of its most honest and upright citizens,; the poor, oue of their bent benefactors, and society one of Its brightest ornaments. Jtcsolwd, That we, theolllcera and membeis of ibLs Church, tender our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the widow, nrayint; tnat Uod may uustaln her by ills grace through her trial, aud never leave or forsake her, and that God may comfort nil his children, and guldo them in tho wuy their father walked. Resolved, Tli at thes? resolutions be entered on the Seconal lecords of this Church, and a copy be presented to the family oi tuo deceased. Resolved, That we. Hie Session and Trustees of ibis Church, wear the usunl badge or mourning for thirty day, as a token oi respect for our deceased brother in Christ. Jonathan Cross. Pastor. J oils Cowan, W m. Moauow, Kidere. Kaward Steele, Joseph Dudley, I). Hardin, Alex. P. Smith, JonnG. MctJaln, Valentine Frank, and Anthony christian, Trustees. tiONE. Risptct fully Dedicated to the Jlerraved Husband of Alargreta J/. Mayer. i J one In her early beauty. Gone in her youthful bloom. Burled irom us forever jL'eep in the silent tomb. Gono when oar hearts were happy, Killed with lierloveso bright, Leaving us weary, wretched, Shrouded in deepest night. Leaving our homes so lonely. Leaving a vacant chair. Watching and waiting our coming iu lUDjunu ui uerHpjnui prayer. Desolate, near heart broken. We placed her beneath the sod. But we know thai our darling Is at home with her Maker, UOd. V. X. H. DIED. McFERRAN?At his late rtaldenco In North Wheeling, on Saobath evening, anguht 2&J, Joun McKerran, Jisq-, one of i ue uvicuucn .01 imiumurd, in isiz,ageava years. The faneral will take place on Wednesday at two o'clock, p. m. Tlio friends of the family aro respectfully invited to attend. (Baltimore papers please dopy.) CH ARNOCK?Tuesday evening, tfithinst., at 10 o'clock,Mr.Jott? charsocc, in the 73d year of hts age. The funeral will take p lace on Thursday, the 27th, at ten o'clock, a. m., from his late residence, Fulton street. North - of Qoincy. Friends of rhe family are respectfully invited to attend. ang2B-4t* HORN BROOK?On Tuesday, 24th instant, at her residence, at "Woodland* Mars nail county, W. Va., MAMARErB^wtfe of John llorabrook, in her sixty-tilth year. (Pittsburgh Commercial pi?aee copy.) Hops, Hops. pRIME EASTERN. THIRTY.FIVE CTS JOHN TKECK'8, JelS MaltHouse, Centre Wheeling, gpttial jSottffS. Forewarned?Forearmed. AN AWrt'I, fKHTUClKX ! s I Willi I be "heated term" comes the dang- ? era tf that frightful pestilence?Cholera, j What untold and IndUc ribable misery it has . brought into thousands or households in our land every year for generations post. A ^ specific juid certain preventative as well as , Fpeedy am! absolute cure for this awful dis- ? ease is the Great Household Remedy* now know all over the world, as AJisbler's Herb Bitters. It will positively fortify the system against the attacks of Asiatic Cholera, ^ Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Diarrhoea, Hummer Complaint, Dysentery, } Clio lie, Painters (hollc, Ac. D. H. llissell, j M. D., Phybiclau-ln-chlef of the U. S. Ho*- 1 pltaJ Ship,"Falcon" highly recommend* it I tor Cholera, and has used ft with muvel- ] lous success In snch cases. Jt acts like au angel of mercy iu every instance, sold b3' all druggibts aiid dcaleru. Dr. H, li. Hariman & Co., Proprietors, Lancaster. Pa. For sale by LAOGBLIN, SMITH & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Wheeling, W. Va. , JylS-2w THK National Trust Co. Or the city ok nxw yoek, No. 336 BROADWAY. Capital, ONE MILLION DOLLARS. CHARTERED BY THE BTATE. Darius R. MA kg am, President. , James Mkkkili., Secretary Receives deposits and allows FOUR PER , CENT INTEREST oii all Dally Balances, subject to Cheek at Sight. SPECIAL DEPOSITS lor Six Months, or more, may be made atfive percent. The Capital of ONE MILLION DOLLAKS is divided among over 5t0 shareholders, comprising many gentlemen or largo wealth and financial experience, who are al-o personally liable to depodtoni for all obligations of the Company to doable the auiouut or their capital stoek. As the NATIONAL TRUST CO. receives deposits , n lar tie or fcUiallamcunU', and permit* them i to be drawn aa a whole or in purl by CHECK AT SIGHT and WITHOUT NOTICE, allowing Interest< n all daily balakcbs, parties throughout tho country can keep account* in this Institution with special advantages of security, convenience and pioflt. JelS-6md?w More Canm w orillood Poison. Excessive labor or undue excitement sometimes occasion, serious slckncss by causing an accelerated motion to tbe blood. Grief, fear and anxiety hurt by making tho blood to circulate slower. Roth causes may produce serious evils to the health uuless preliu Onioli' olil Hnrn nn nrundnuin. lshed of I be sn per lor ftrlvanlngo of BranX)RKT11*s Fills. For if the blood goes too fast, from neivous or other causes, they allay I lie turmoil ami are healing balm to the brain. While, should the blood circulate too slowly, tinting the akin with a (lark hue, they at once relievo tlio blood of ltaexcess of c?rl?u; thus they relieve the mind and restore the health. iShonld an otgan be weaker than the rest, there ijupure matters from the blocd will be deposited. This is the way lumps, boils, tumors, carbuncles, are produced. All are cured, often prevented, by the use of Bkanoaktii's Fills. Friuclpal office, Brandreth House, New York. Sold by all druggists. auglT-lmd&w . ''loOwiiciHOf IIor.ncn nud C'Aftlcw" Tobias' Derby Condition Powd*rs, are warranted superior to any others, or no pay, for the cure of Distemper, Worms, Bots, Coughs Jlide-Bound, Colds, Ac., iu Horses and Colds, Coughs, T>o?8 or Milk, Black-Tongue, Horn Distemper, Ac., In Cattle. These "Powders" were formerly put up by t-lmpson I. Tobias, son of Dr. Tobias, And since his death the de mar.d has t?OcU so great llmt Dr. Tobias has coulinutd to manufacture them. They are perfectly sale and innocent; no need of stopping the working of your auiinals. They increase the appetite, give a flao coat, cleause the stomach ami urinary organs, and increase the inllk of cows. Try tliero, and yon will never l?e without tbcin. Col. Philo P. Bush, of the "Jerome Park Race Course," Fordham, N. Y? would not use them until he was told of what they were composed, since which time he is never without them, lie has over twenty running hor-^iln his charge, and forthe last three years has used no other mcdicino /or them. Bold hy Druggists and stoiekeepers throughout the United States. Price 25 cents per Depot, 10 Park Place, New York. au;-17-lmd&w ADDRESS TO THK NERVOUS AND Debilitated, whoso Buffering* have been proirnrlPil front hlililnn ruiimph. mid whrwo chkm r? quire prompt treatment to render existence oesiranie: If yon are Buffering, or have suflero J, from Involuntary discharges, what effect does It prodnce upon your .general healtn? Do you leel weak, debiiitated, easily tired? Dock a little extra exertion produce palpitation of the hear;? Does your liver, or urinary orgnuB, or your kidneys frequently gel oat of ordei? Is your urine sometimes tlilck, milky, or flocky, or is it ropy 011 settling? or does a thick scum rise to the top? Or is a sediment at the bottom after It lias stood awhile? Do yon have spells of short breatliiug or dyspepsia? Are your bowels constipated? Do you have tpells of fainting, or rushes of blood to the bead? Is your memory impaired? Is your mind constantly dwelling upon tills sniped? Do you leel dull, listless, moping, tired of company, or life? Do you wish to bo left alone, to get away from everybody? Does any little thing xuake you start or Jump? In your sleep broken or resiles? Is the lustre of yoor eye as brlllaut? Tbe bloom of your cheek as bright? Do you enjoy yourself in society as well? Do you par<me your business with the tmrne energy ? J*> you feel as much confidence in yuursell? Are your spirits dull and flagging, given to fits of melancholy? If so, do not lay It toydur liver or dyspepsia. Havo you restless nights? Your bacK weak, your kntes weeak, and have but little appetite, and you attribute . this to dyspepsia or iLver-compialut? How, reader, selPabu*?, venereal diseases badly cured, and sexual excesses, are all capable or producing a weakness or tue gene- j rative organs. Tue orgaus or generation, , when in periect health, make thu man. Did < you ever think that those bold, defiant, < energetic, persevenng, successful busintss ! men are always those whoso generative or- . gans are In perfect health? Yon never hear such men complain of being melancholy, of uervou-*ncg9, of palpitation of the heart. \ They are never afraid they cannot succeed ' in business, they don't become s?d aud dis- j conraged; tuey are always oolite and plea** ! ant iu the company of ladles, aud look von and llifcin rlgh*- in the late?uone or your , downcast looks or any other meanness , about them.. 1 do not mean those who keep the organs Inflated by running to exce&s. These will notonly ruin tholr constltotious, 1 but also those they do business with or lor. . Now many iinou, from uadly-eured dlsea- ' sen, from the alloc is of eelf-abuse and ex- . cesses, have brougnt about that state or weakness tu thosf organs that bus reduced . tne genet alsystem so much as to induce al- ' most every other disease?idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal a flections, suicide, and almost every other form of disease which hu manlty Is heir to, and the real cause of tne trouble boaroely ever suspected, and have doctored for all but the right one. Diseases of these 01 gans require the use of a . Diuretic, HKUMOLlVd FL.U1D KlXTKALT BUCHU Is the great Diuretic, and 1* a certain cure for diseases of the Bladder, Kidnejs, liravel, Dropsy, Organic Weakness, female Complaints, Ueneral Dcullity, aud all diseasesoi the Urinaiy Organs, Whether existing in Male or Female, from whatever cause originating, and no matter of how I loug standing. It no treatment is submitted to, Comramp- * tion or Insanity may ensue, our flesh aud . bloo i are supported from these sources, aud the beoltn and happiness, and that of Posterity, depend upon prompt use of a reliable remedy. Helm hold's Extract fiuchu, established upward ox 18 yean, prepared by H. T. UELUBOLD, Drugslit.fitti New York, and 104 boutb iutn Street, Philadelphia, Pa. PttiCE?fl 25 por bottle, or 0 Dottle* lor fQou, delivered lo auy address. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. .None are lienoine unless done up in steelengruvtd wrapper, with fac-simue of my Ohttinlcal Warunouse, and signed Jd. X. HELM BOLD* < augl7-in.w .f.Aeow.w < gigttougftwetttis. FOKJUDUE, i rr-^amkssbs. Editors:?Please announce ? E. H. (JALDWELL, our presentable and efficient Judge, as a candid ate lor reelection In ihe Kirat Judicial Circuit. C aug20?to OHIO COUNTY. NePlus Ultra Lime, 1 AA BBLS. NE PLUS ULTRA LIME? 1UU fiwnh burnt received by ^HILDRETH A DBO.. 53 Main St. Hm gy<itrrrtis*raent$. A Select Tract of Land. A TRACT OF LAND FOR SALE CONtainiug acre*. 3 roods and 12 poles; on vbicU is a large quantity of eelect fruits, low beariug; a good bouse *nd stable, and ibout 12 acres cleared; tbree-qusrtcra of a nile from Cameron, and a nice location for t Vineyard. . Terms of sale: f 35 per acre. Inquire on the premises. _HOg?6-ltJAltw<? JAMES WOODS. For Sale. 2|| SHARES STOCK IN M. A M BANK, u sharks arocK in franklin insurance COMPANY. aug2i 1. IRWIN. St. Vincent's College, On Fifth St., next the C'-attieUrai. WILL RESUME 8TUDIE8 ON THE isr ok September. The satisfaction it has given to parents and pupils at borne and abroad Is an all-sufficient recommendation to thos- who seek a good school. TKIUIS^-From 4 io 10 dollars per quarter. Boarding, <ftc., $20J for the year. For inionnation address "St. Vincent's College," or apply in per?on. ST. JOSEPH'S Academy ior Young Laaies, CornerVirthaud Qninry, WILL BE RE-OPENED ON MONDAY, the last of August. Mrs. whittaker, so well known for her musical abilities and attainments, is engaged to assist In the department of Vocal and In btrumental Music, lu which the terms are most moderate, as they wii! also be round in every other point. Apply la person or address "Sisters of St. Joseph." auKiti-bteod Penn Letter Book Again. NO PRESS OR WATER USED. YOUR letter Is cop ed perfectly and as easily ana quickly us the ordinary process of blotting. About one hundred of these books are now in nseoy the principal business and professional men of tnis city. They hav* btood the test, and all that use them would not exchange them lor any other. The Agent, WM. GREUQ, will tako subscriptions and furnish ail sizes, from note to bill, on short notice. prices. 300 pages, note with InkRtand filled,. ?225 500 " letter * 3 75 500 bill, 10X15 " 525 Sent by Expret>s for additional charge of....25 AII orders promptly filled. aug2d?iwd Proposals; SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE REceived by the undersigned until August Kith, for grading and paving a hollow gutter eight leet wide, and one footdeep with sandstone, in Chestnut Alley, First Ward, aaid proposals to bo receivea by the petcb. STEPHEN CLARK, augV'5-2t Street Oointglssloner. The Merchants' Protective Union Mercantile Reference Register al H K MERCHANTS' PROTKCriVE . UNION, organized lo promote and protect trade, by enabling its subscrioets to attain facility and safety iu the grata lug of credits, and the recovery ot claims at all points, Lave to auuouuce thai they will, In September, 1SCH, publish in one large quarto volume: tufi MKKCHANTfi fkoy*otivk ufilon mkwcamile 11KFKBKNCK KKGldTKB, containing, among other things, the Nameh, Natukkof Bitsinm*. Amount of Capital, financial, standing akll katinu as to Ckkdit, ofover4uo,ouoor tne principal merchanus, traders, hankers, mauuiacturers, and public companies, in mora than 30,000 01 the cities, towns, vi I luges, aud settlements tnroughout the United States, their territories, and the British Provinces of North America; aud embracing the most important inlorinatiou attainable and necessary to enable the merchaut to ascertain at a glance the OA pita ii, ChakActkk, and jjkokkk or Credit ol such of his customers an are deemed worthy oi any gradation ol credit, comprising, also a XcwsjAipcr Directory, containing the litre, character, price, ana place ol publication, with foil particulars relative to each Journal, being a complete guide to the press or every county iu tno United tetatttt. The reports and information will be confined to those deemed worthy of some line ol credit; aud us tbe same will be based, bo lar as practicable, uton the written sUitenientn of the parlies themselves, revised and corrected by well-suown and reliable legal correspondents, whose character will .prove a guarantee of the correctness of the information lurnlRhsd by them, it is believed that the reports will prove more tri thful and complete, aud, tnerefore, superior to, and oi luuch greater vulue, than any previously issued. liyaid of tue Mercantile: Rkfihekck Dwnii.Ttrti lnidinnM niun will hacnalilial In uncertain, at a glance, the capital una gradatiou or credit, as compared with hnaucial worth, of nearly every merchant, manufacturer, trader, and banker, within the abovenamed territorial limits. On or about the firm of each month, subscribers will also receive the Monthly Chronicle, containing, among other things, a record of such important changes In the name and condition of tirms. throughout the country, as may occur subsequent to the publication of each half-yearly volume ol the M KKl'ANTILK KKFEKKNCE KKGISTKK. l*rice or The Merchants' Union Mercantile Heierence Hegister. llity dollars, ($50,) lor which it will be forwarded to any audress in the United State*, transportation paid. Holders of five J10 shares of the Capital Stock, in addlLlon to participating in the profits, will receive one copy of the MkkCA.NTILK REFEKF.MK li&CJISTKR free Of charge; holders of ten shares will be entitled to two copies, and no more thau ten shores 01'the Capital Htock will be allotted to any one applicant. All remittances, 'orders, or com muni cations relative to the book, should be addressed to the ArercbantiT Protective Union,,in the American .Exchange 11a nk Building, .No. 12S Hrnuilwav. (Knr Ni-w York. aug:g-lm Notice to Builders. rpHE SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF JL Triadelpbia Township, having three new school house ? to build in said township, wish to contract with responsible parties lor the erection of the same. Plans and specifications can be seen at Frank Walters, or by calling upon Andrew Vance, In Trlndelphla. Proposals received by the undersigned from date until 8 o'clock p. in:, Sept. 9, J868. By order of the Board, aug2i!?difcwtd II. M. HERVEY, Clerk. The World's Advertiser. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. A NEW INVENTION ft LIFE OF TRADE. JOSIAR K. KLINE, OF WHEELING, West Va., has invented and secured in the United Slates the right and title of an ADVERTISING MAP for all cities in the United States, These Maps are gotten'up for a guide to all persons, shewing tho plan of each city, and all principal and business streets, post offices and other public buildings, and showing each man's place rf business on the streets. Tho -quares are laid off in spaces for .each man's building and their advertising card of their business. These maps will be gotten np in a lithographic drawing, Willi a Kallroad circle rouuu tho city lor the purpose of putting in ill transient advertisements round the cities towns and villages. State and city rights for sale. Those wishing tot keholdol this business can secure i lortune in a 6bort time. Come one, come ill that is capable of this business, and see Lbe original map that has been gotten np for this business. Thate at a distance desirous 3f taking hold of this businem can get all in- ; toruiattoii required and a sample copy of Lhe original map by .sending one dollar to pay charges for a copy. Any person detected In makiue use of [any mnpor design that will Infringe on the World's Advertiser, without legal authority, a punishable by law, and will be prosecuted. Addres^all orders to JOSIAH K. KLINE. Market Street, Centre Wheeling, West Va. augig-Iw HENRY ANKNEY FASHIONABLE BOOT MAKER, NO. 77. MAIN STREET, Near George Kraft's Grocery Ssore. i CENTHK WHEELING. makes to order all the different styles 01 boom. hhoownwl fctaitern. ocl5-ly List, Morrison & Co., Ajpenfs for Bale or Pljp Iron. Whkliko, W. va., feb. 25,18c8. have on sale the following brands: iso tons gallia no. 1 foundry 100 * harrison, " " 50 " pine grove - " &) " madison m m s5 " hamden " " . fab 26. i Broom Handles. 55000 on hajsl> and for halb j tow by charles h. berry, wqy?7 now. ik a itf water at. N. O. NUOAB A MOLANMEH. )aa bbls. extra and family flour.' iUU 40 Tit roes prime leaf lard. 5 hhds bacon ahouldexs. . 4 do bngar cored hama. just revived and for sale by ? fetin paxton a oqlicbay Japanese & Bamboo Boda TUBT RECEIVED AJSD FOB HALE BY . ttah- a berry, ltml4 no. h waters , r . ik ul' } ' ? f - : " ..: g^atrtrtweineirtis. rjlouk, flour. AAA BBLS. "LILLY WHITE," old wheat ?1/17 fresh ground. ' 100 bbls. new wheat. Family. ,= 50 ' Baltic, Fancy. J J oat received by LIST, MORRISON A CO. KEF1NCI) SUGARS A BYKCl'S. ; 1AA BBLS. BEST BRANDS HARD lv'F and soft Sugars. ?0 bbls. Fait, and Phlla. By raps. = for pale low LIST, MORRISON A CO. rawbl'uaks. ( Off HHDS. PRIME CUBA. I ?0 10 " Choice Porto Rico. I 5 " Demer?ra. ?i jost received , LIST, MORRISON A CO. timothy 8kei>. PA BAGS CHOICE, ?>U for sale by j augfl) LIST, MORRISON A CO. 1 Notice to Shippers. ^The Wheeling and Parkersbarg * I i.flftg Packet Company have chartered flKnlitbe steamer AKROWLINE ami will tuu uerdnring low water in place of the . steamer Express, leaving Wheeling every 4 TriMrinv. ThnraJnv and S?tnrd?v. For lit-iglii or passage apply on board or to BOOJOH, BA'l TELLE ? CO.? i ang20-1 w Agents. c w. c. smith:, CiYil & Mining Engineer & Snryeyor, Hildreth building, sooth side Monroe stftet, between -JUi and 5tb. * ang2Q-3m 1 SILK HATS! ! FALL STYLE OF Silk Hats!1 JUST RECEIVED AT HARPER & BRO. ang18 Office Exchakok Bane of Vikoinia, 1 at we8tok,a.doust 14, lfc6s. j The holders of the notes ok the EXCHANGE BANK of VIRGINIA, payable at WESTON, will take notice, that. In pursuance of au act of the Legislature of West Virginia, entitled "An Act relating to tbe Exchange Bank of Virginia, at Weston," paraed February 26th, 1308, tbe ?aid Notes wiu oc receivcu aa inio urriuci in ?m > ment or Indebtedness to said Branch at Weston, until the 16th day of HEhTEMUKK, 1868, (except on Stock Notes) An J onle-a . the same are so presented, before the expira* ' tlonof said time, thoy will u^t thereafter be received In payment by me, or otherwise paid by me. r. j. mccandlish. ang!8-4wd Cashier of Branch at Weston. FROKE A BODLCYN. MANUFACTUBEBS OF Bnggies, Carriages and Rockaways. WE HAVE If OR SALE AT OUlt Manufactory, corner 4th A Clay st?., below the iiemplleld K. R.lie pot, Wheeling, West Va. All the latest styles of Carriage Work. Special attention given to REPAIRING. aug!7-lmd Executor's Notice. All persons indebted to the estate of M. C. Leech, or M. C. Leech A Co., are lequesUd to make payment to the undersigned, and those having claims against the estate of M. C. Leech will present the same properly authenticated for settlement. Til OS. HUGHES, Executor . auel-lmd of M. C. i^ech^decNl. WILSON, DDNLEVT i WHEELER ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH to order Packing Tierces, Flour and Apple Barrels, Half Barrels, Grocery and Natl Kegs of all frizes. Cigar and Orape Boxes; also Steam Boat Hulls and Barges. augH'liu WHOOPING COUGH. Dr. hknnjng gives the public a chance to save their children from the plagues of whooping cough, for his newly invented remedy cares it in two weeks. Office? Union street, between Market and Fourth street*. aug-i:Mm VALUABLE INFORMATION. WHEN CASH IS SCARCE PEOPLE ' are anxious to know where they can lay ont their money to the best advantage Tile subscriber takes pleasure in informiug housekeepers and tho public in general, the VERY BEST PLACE TO PURCHASE GROCERIES IS AT THE Comer Market and Quincy Sts., Where they -will find a large ami well assorted stock at REDUCED PRICKS, and guaranteed lower than at any other bouse m the city. Buyers are respect fully invited to call and satisfy themselves (hat the ioregoiug is true. K. J. HSITTII, Crrner of Market and Quiucv sts., i auis WHKEL1NO.W.VA. < r?- , 1 CHANGED HANDS 1 The well known Drug Store, cor. \ of Main and Webster streets, Centre 'Wheeling. THOS. J~ FINNEY, I?H4.IWIACJEUTI8T, ( RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE. PUB- ' lie that he has purchased the well known DRUG HTOKK or Geo. B. Glessner, | formerly (X H. Odbert's.and hopes by strict , attention to business, to merit and receive a share of pnbllo patronage. I guarantee tnat all drags sold Bball be ] pure; and all preparations perfectly reliable, j and made strictly In conformance with the i U. &. Pharmacopoeia. .1 My personal attention will be given to the Compouuding of Physicians Prescriptions, ?nd lutnily recipes. aug!4 j ELECTION 1868. Campaign Bafl&es and Medals. MANUFAtrfTRED AND FOR SALE by tbe Dozen, Hundred or Thousand, AT Partridge's Gallery, j NO. 117 MAIN STREET, WHEELING. Je2B i BOWEN, POTTER & EBBS, E WOOL 1 Commission Merchants ' ? 102 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. I'^UHlKnmcBtH BolleUed. CaMb advances made. j Sales Onurantocd. le3-4m NOT A BEVERAGE. " [Jnlike most ofIhe bitters of the present 1 lay. Dr Koback's are not intended rhr ? rtleasaut stimulating wblsky beverage, but r ire perfectly medicinal, containing only iUlBcient pore bourbon whinky to bold In (olntlon the medicinal extractive matter rom wbleti they are composed. Sold by all Droggista everywhere. BKRJ. 8TAHTON. O. W? B. ALLISON. KTAKTOM ? ALUSOH, $ Attorneys at Law, WHEELISU, W. VA., ITTIliL PRACTICE IN THK STATE AND VV Federal Ooorta. Office on Fourth btreet, east aide, flrat door lorth of Monroe. otfMy DOCKING'S UNRIVALLED BAKING 1 D POWDERj^TOebert in the market and X gent. U'or Rent. ~~~ HHE STORE ROOM ON MONROE HT L Ott'sbulldlng. at present occupied bv w' \ Ford ?fc Co., Tobacconists. y KPossession given Immodlately. THOS. O'BRIEN anga) Real female Agi-r.i Jo* jteU. Engine for Sale. r\NK DOUBLE CYLINDER BTEA.M E\ I-/ GINE, 5 by 10 Inches on one shaft with *iy Wheel, Locomotive Boiler, etc, all com. ?Iete; has been worked, but is in good cor. Ution, well titled, etc. Price 1360. ca&h. J. O. BATTELLK jy31-1m Offlce Norway Iron Mf. rv. Factory for Sale. rvDR FIVE-STORY BRICK BUILDING [J with FOUR LOTS attached, containing VOJHMODIOUH BC1LIHNLS, or fgOic?, Wareboase, Blacksmith (ibop, etc. Also, with theabove, 9ne Engine, SO H. P., Fly-Wheel, and 3 Boilers; One Efneor&liaftlug. etc. The above property is well adapted for manufacturing purposes, and in excellent condition, and next square to the Po-t office. f .NORWAY IRON M'F'ti coJ Jyl5-lf Cor. 4tlx and day gtx For Sale and Bent, BU8INE88 BASEMENT ROOMS finished offices and Dagnerrian rooms 4n tecond story, anil roams for other purr***,, for rent Jn my brick block on Afaiu?irret Possession given immediately. Building lots and dwelling houses for wiie i%.lso a manufacturing site, containing eight ots, fronting on Main street and the river between the Belmont and River-Side Mills' Sixth Ward. Alsomyconntry place fori*:*' THOS. HORNBROOK. Office, No. 118)4 Main street, above Mob. roe, dp stairs. febl i-u goofcs ana JJtatlonmi. ? THE LARGEST AND THE BEST 4K> AND TTTF. nnP.APPRT XXJLXJ VJJ.JUXXX LOT OF American &'English ^ Wall Papers! IN T11K CITY. 18 AT CAMPBELL & McDERMOT'S, MENDEL'S BLOCK. luarKl Religious Book House, 23 H0S80E HT., WUKELiNb. jglBLES AND TESTAMENTS, PRAYER BOOKS, HYMN BOOKS, THEOLOGICAL BOOKS, MUSIC BOOKS, ttUNDAY SCHOOL BOOK? STATIONERY, Ac. Ac. j 1 ! GEO. Vf. STONER. Agent. I JelP : ; BAD TASTE In the month in the moraine is one of ti e kg symptoms of a billious condition or disordered state of the liver, and should not. fur single day, be neglected, as it is but the premonitory symptom of a train of evils aud the very seeds of disease. Procure at odcv a Roback's Blood Pills, administer them according to the directions accompany u i-ach box. and the difficulty and danger o> disease will at once be removed. Hold by all Druggista everywhere. BLACK DIAMONDS! r&E HEMTQUAUTTIn tlm MARKEI Sheridan Coal Works. CAPEHART ?fc ifcMECHEN bav? coir.- | pleted arrangements tortlie delivery or a large amount or their BDPEHIOR OHIO COAL in this markeL Now la the time to prov^ a winter supply at economical rates, wutoi J Lhe weather and roads are good. All Measures Warranted. BOY YOUR COAL OP CAPEIIART ? McMKCH EN, Sheridan Coal Works. OFFICE? Market St., opposite Union si. aug!5 KA AAA LBS. SUGAR-CORED HAMS. l)IMJUU 20,000 lbs Plain Hams. 200,000 lbs Shoulders. 100,000 lbs Clear A Clear Rib Bid* 100 Tierces Prime Lard. 50 Kegs " ? 60 Barrels Extra Lard Oil. 200 Bbis Juno Family Flour 200 do Star do ?J-? 100 do Swan do do 280 Half Barrels Lake i ishen d?*?1g Vlnooor 50 Boxes Factory Cheese. 50 do Con central ed Lye. For sale by marlg HAND LAN. JORDAN A CO. P. C. HILDBETH & BRO., i OS Halm Street, WHtTTI.INH. W. VA- ' WHOLESALE DEALERS IN NAILROl' Bar Iron, Nails, Hheet Iron, WlreA*"1 Iteel. "Window GIa?CPiiuling Paper, W ruing Paper, PlaMer Purl*, Land PlnMer, l?aenL Maryland Lime. Common Lime, Fi?", Shanghai Matches, Salt, Wooden Ware, Ac. keen is tor Howe's Improved Counter atJ Platform SwdeB. The highest market price paid Jor Bast ' * Ml, IJinxmg, Hcrtrp iron.<4?. HANDLAN, JORDAN ft CO., PORK PACKERS, AND DEALERS IN lour, Oils, Cheese, Brain, 4f' POKE IIOOiiEi?Cor. John and un tUOFFICE?17 MAINSTCTKT. i Bar Iron, [>AR IRON, round and square, ft"?*0 Wo. ??\l A mnvl/Mii Otl/I MlitfO 'lUfibuigh. .... Bab Ikon, flat, -*rom ?; ,nu[1.l Bab Ibox, oral, half oval Bab Iboi?, slDgio and double Hone Bab Ikon, Hoop from fitoi in. BAB iBOSfl Waeon Urea, cutJo leng"; PTC.HIU1KKTH a Tar, Rosin and Roofing CementC |A BBLS NORTH CAROLINA TAB. 5lf 10 " low no. i Bourn. 30 " Kaolins Cement. -m.-. Pare Pine Tar pnt np Ui one gallon j nd warranted to be aa represented, on n nd for sale low. ^ ^ H. bERRV. apiss icn:i? Water ?tw?_ Shoenberger ft Co's Horse Shoes. Art REUS MACHINE HADE HOBS UO Hi***. A BBO.