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frORHE AND EXPRE* WAGON? [1 Any person wishing to Invest their lire change in a good hone and wagon h hear of one by calling at this office. aw TI'ENDAT HOB51SO, SEPT. 22. Sew AdTfrtlsemeau. Fireman'9 Parade and Ball. Notice, Soperviaora of Ohio conntv. Agents Wanted. Kiaaya for Young Men, Special Ho Personal.?Ex-Gov. F. H. Peirpolnj Hissed through the city yesterday, en ^|>ute to Wellabnrg, where be was to j j ^B idresa a Republican meeting. ApponmfE^Ts.?The ,followlng apointments of members of the Boards If Registration for the counties de^Vgnated were made yesterday by ^Wovernor Boreman. I Boone County?James Workman, vice ^ taac Williams, declined. Jejffcrson Oounly?Jmmen D. Faymao, ! H ice George Koonee, resigned. Monroe Oounty?Baldwin Ballard, ^ .-.'ce J>wls Calloway, resigned. H Encouraoi.no.?A prominent mer^^ hnnt on Main street informed us yes^ erday niter noon tbat tbe orders reH:eived by tbeir house for stoves and ^Biollow ware so far exceeded their facilfor manufacture bh to throw them (Iioarly two months behind in Ailing .tjetu. This certainly speaks well for I be prospects of the fall trade if it may |?j tnken as indicative of the buoyancy 1 |#f oiber branches. I Not Yet Skttled,?The strike of Ibecosl diggers of Wheeling and vilnnity has not yet been satisfactorily lir ranged. The disaffection now inriddes the employees of the Belmont linri the Washington coal works, who, Lntil a few days,were digging'as usual. frhH price paid for digging was two and 1 half cents per bushel, while the deitnand of the strikers is for three cents. A few men are still engaged in the Washington coal works. Sgntto tiik Penitentiary.?l'erry | X. Welzel wuh tried for felony lit there cent term of the Circuit Court of Putnmn county, and convicted. Ho was sentenced to the penitentiary for one year, aud reached that institution a day 1 or two since. In loo^ng over the re- 1 cord transmitted to the authorities 1 here, wo see that Wetzel was sentenced ( (tii Tuesday of last week, and before the 1 1 mj)hh of a week he was duly installed y I in his now quarters, doing the State 2 some service. Quick work, that, to be * transported from that far off region in ' ho short a time; and it speaks well for the promptness of the officials. Posti'oskd.?The meeting ot the Grant and Colfax Club in the Fourth Ward which was to have been held tonight, has been postponed until tomorrow evenlpg in order u> give the members an opportunity to hear the speaking at Wellington Iiall. We hope to see a large delegation from that ward. The speakers are distinguished gentlemen, and will nodoubt fully sustain their reputation. They will probably tell us how the battle Is being fought and the victory won. In the Great West from which they hail. Let there t>o a grand rally from all the wards in the city. IIf.i.ii to Rail?Henry Smith, who was up in the Police Court yesterday morniiijc, iiuuuuuu ui wuicu >a iubuo in another place,) got into trouble before the day closed, and was brought *before Judge Johnston In tho afternoon. .Smith, wo were told, had made several ugly threats against Leopold liuscli, and was required to give bond In the sum of flOO to keep the peace and ho of good behavior for six months "towards the citizens of this Commonwealth, and especially towards" Mr. Duscb. After that little arrangement had t?**fn made. Smith wan arraigned on a 1 rhargM of ansaultlng and beating Mr. , Hunch, (for wliioh he had beeu tried in I the morning by the olty authorities,) and wns required to give boud In the penalty of $200, for his appearance next ] Tuesday for examination M uxiciPAL CociiT.?We neglected to mention In yesterday's paper tbo asmumbling of this court the day previous. Itilt very little business was done, however, except granting naturalizttton papers to the following persons: John llurke, William Johnston, Win. I*. Ilnchman, Benjamin Sheldon, John j It. Wolf, Henry ilelmbrccht, Alexander | Kodgers, Joseph Kodgers and Henry J llorklielmer. An adjournment w?h had until yea- j terday morning at ten o'clock, when a i session was held, and also In the after- j noon. During the day judgments were , ntered up In the following cases: A. C j Good Co. N. 8. Wheat; A. D. New- ? land w. Roucher and others; Whltaker . Iron Works vs. Phillips; Acheson, Bell ? A Co. vs. same. The cause of Dean vs. C. C. Johnson Jt Co. was continued. Naturalization papers were granted to Joseph Slant), John Smith, William ' J. Nesbllt, George Faulus, Adam Lory, : John Rogers, MannlsConnaghin,Oscar ' Handrock and ^obn Howard. i The court adjourned to meet this morning at ten o'clock. Folich CotJfiT.?Quite a crowd as- ! ?iein bled at the Police Court room, yesterday morning, notwithstanding the * forMUdlng character of the weather.-? 1 While In the extornal world there was * a decided tendency to a war among the * elements, In that retreat everything ' was aerene. When we entered the trial < of George Francis wss progressing. < < teorge, like his great prototype, George * Francis Train, had been making a ' noise in the world,and like that Individ ual, had got Into trouble about It. His 1 Honor, however, showed him his way out, by requesting him to pay a fine of Ave dollars and costs, which we presume he did. Henry Smith was next called. He had at an nnaeaaonable hour on the evening of the 20ih. pntorxi tim ??innn or Leopold Butch, and after throwing tho proprietor on the floor, attempted to bring about a state of chaos by breaking things. Parties who were present prevented him from accom- , pllshlng bis purpose. Some half dozen persons who witnessed the affair appeared as witnesses against him, making out, as was remarked by His Honor, "an aggravated case." A fine of twenty dollar* was imposed, which with costs, must haye wrought havoc with a quarter of a hundred. Smith very promptly met the demand on his exchequer, and went on his way to . , l other and may be more serious troubles . as will be seen elsewhere. Aobiculturax Fatrb.?The twentieth annual Agricultural Fair of Belmont county opens this morning, and will continue three days. We have heretofore apoken of the ample grounds, of the excellent facilities for exhibiting stock and all farm products, of the liat of liberal premiums offered, and content ourselvea this morning with reminding our readers of the opening, and urge as many of them to go oat to St. Clairsville as can possibly make it convenient to do so. It matters but little whether you are an exhibitor or not. The trip will do you good, and the sight of the splendid horses, cattle and sbeep, tbe beautiful flowers and array in Art Hall, the display of sgrlcultural machinery and fine vegetables, will be a gratification. Added to all this, oar Buckeye friends will be encoorased to no forward in this matter i of preparing for these annual gatherings, and will oxtend to you a cordial welcome. To-day, also, our neighbors east of us, in Washington, Pa., throw open the doors of their Fair Grounds, and Invite everybody to come and see what they can do in Ihe agricultural way. They have issued a flaming poster, and promise to mingle amusement with the sober realities of their exhibition. A special train will leave tne Hempfield Depot this morning at 7 o'clock, and leave Washington on returning at 4 o'clock, p. m. We presume this arrangement will continue during both days of the Fair, and will afford our people a fine opportunity to get there and back. It is hardly necessary for us to say that the folks up there do things on a large scale, when they set about it, and are | not to be swerved from their purpose when they determine to be successful. This has characterized their previous efforts in the Fair line, and we have no i doubt will be the case in the present instance. Go up, and show them that yon reel an interest in sucn mailers, even if yon cannot be permitted to give evidence of it by attending an Agricultural Fair at home. Waterproof Cloths and Umbrellas.?Qeo. It. Taylor <fc Co., have a good assortment at very low prices. Also a great variety of materials for ladies Traveling Suits and Evening dresses that attract unusual attention. Their Table l,inen9, Muslins, Calicos<fcc.f are very cheap. Kivkr Items.?Business was quite brisk on the landing during the early [*art of yesterday, notwithstanding a 5ne drizzling rain fell throughout the rntire day. The James Rees, from Sanish, and the Forest City, from Steubenrille, were the only arrivals. The New 4tate left for Wellsburg and Pittsburgh, id 8a. m-.; the Express, for Parkersbnrg, it 11 a. m., and shortly after 3 p. m.tho Rees and Forest City cast off, the tormer for Sanflnh, and the latter for Steubenvllle. The Major Anderson left the wharf for Cincinnati at witb a fair trip. At 6 p. m., the water by the pier marks stood 5 feet 3 inches, and rising. A dispatch from Pittsburgh reported G feet of water st that port. We gather the following particulars of the Steamer Silver Cloud No. 2, which sunk just below Bellaire on Monday, from the Cincinnati Oazcllc. "When she left here she bad tiie following freight: 65 bales cotton, 100 tuns pig iron, 50 boxes essence coffee, 100 pkgt merchandise, 125 bales bay, 315 empty barrels, 50 dozen tierces, and 25 box cm candles. She was to receive 200 tuns pig metal at Ironton. She was insured us follows In this city: Crescent, ^2,000; Queen City, $3,000; Commercial, 92,000 ; American. $2,000: Ohio Valley, $1,500. Total, $10,500. Value, $14,000. The Silver Cloud is owned by Capt. Sam. Shuman, Capt. J. IS. Conway, and others, of Pittsburg." The same paper says : " The R. K. Hudson arrived from Wheeling on Monday and will return to-day. The Ham. J. Hale took her Memphis freight, the Alaska her New Orleans freight, and (he Anna and Kmma Floyd her St. Louis and Cumberland river freight." Stabbino Affray.?Near (he hour of midnight,.Saturday, a serious stabbing affray came off on the comer of Ninth and Adams streets, the victims being William Watt and Ralph PickBring. From testimony deduced from witnesses it appears that an old fend existed between Thomas Watt, his brother and Ralph Pickering. On Saturday night, about 10 o'clock, William Watt and his friend Thomas Pickering, went to the house of Evan Jones, on Ninth street, where Pickering boards. The two men were in the houne some time, when Watt Invited Pickering homo with him to stay all night Pickering declined the Invitation, but agreed to accompany Watt as far as the corner "of Ninth and Adams. The two started out, and on reaching (be corner they were set npon by Thomas Walt, who stabbed both of the men with a dirk knife. Pickering was cut seriously in the abdomen, and now iios in a critical condition, with tfut little tiopcs of hia recovery; Wm. Watt leas langerously. After the deed Thomas (Vatl started for his home on Linden \ venue, where officers Jjove and Workington arrested him half an hour afterwards. After a preliminary examination thia morning Thomas Watt gavo ball for bia appearance in two weeks, in the sum of $3,000. There is in old feud existing between the broth?rs, Thomas and Wm. Watt, this being ;he third time William haa been stabtied by hia brother.?Stcubcnvillc llerild. Skckssion RKDrvrvca.?Wo are Informed by a gentleman of unqueationed veracity that the Seceaalonists in the neighborhood of Ta3*loratownl Pa., i raised n hickory polo ou last Thursday 1 night, and run up on it a secession flsg,?a regular "red white and red." They took the precaution to drive the , pole full of nails for several feet above , the ground, so that if any one were disposed to remove the hickory and Its vile rag, considerable difficulty would be pxperiencea in doing so. A gentleman Hying in the neighborhood who has ioen it every day since it was pu* up ?ayi?, that the flag has no lield and no ?tars, indicative wo presume, of the condition to which the rebels would reluce the Union should they once get into power. It is also a noteworthy ract that this insult to the loyal people of that vicinity was flung to the breeze during the night after the grand Demo* cratico-rebel flzzlo In Ibis city, and that there was quite a delegation here from that neighborhood. Put this and that together, and what do you make of it? Strauboat .Sold.?Deputy Marshal Irwin sold the steamer Rochester, with her engine, furniture, tackle, Ac., yoatenlay, for |1,550. The purchaser was a gentleman from Pittsburgh. The Rochester has been lying in the river, Just above ihe Suspension Bridge, for several months, and will be at once overhauled and thoroughly repaired. 11 strikes us that the price paid for her was a very low one, but the sum named was all that could be had for her. a Straw.?We heared yesterday, that a vote was taken the other day In one of the manufacturing establishments In this city in which there are forty-two voters, and the result was: Grant, M; Seymour, 8. Fight.?Last even log a bo at five o'clock, a fight between a white man and a negro came off near the corner of Main and Monroe streets. One of the parties (the colored individual) is a well known character in the city, and while peaceably pursuing bis vocation as a vender ofjpea-nuts and frnit, was set upon by the man with a white skin. A crowd collected quickly, and the pugilists were separated before much damage was inflicted. The darkey vanished, while his white brother was less fortunate and found himself in the lock up In a jiffy. While on his way to that institution he showed fight, and the o nicer a had considerable difficulty in getting bim to prison. We have heard several rumors in relation to the origin of the affair, but prefer to give none of them, as the matter will doubtless be investigated be* I fore the proper tribunal, when the facts will be brought oat. It is said that one of tbe bystanders displayed a disposition to take part in tbe melee when a gentleman rnsbed In to separate tbe pngilists. He sbonld be arrested and tried as an abettor. A .lady who has a Grover A Baker sewing machine can do as much work in a day as she can with fingers and needle in a week. The improved Grover A Baker stands without an equal in Wheeling, having challenged and defied all competition. It executes a greater variety of work, doing it handsomer, stronger and more durable than any other. Salesroom at Oxtoby A Duffield's Jewelry Store, 103 Main street, the place to buy Watches,Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Gold Fens, Ac. Have you a rupiuic. The hard rubber truss is the most convenient, comfortable and satisfactory article in use. We can refer to several gentlemen who wear them. For sale, with every style and quality of trusses, supporters, etc., by T. H. Logan & Co., and Logan, List A Co. Three Second Hand Pianos for sale cheap at Sbeib's Music Store. "Witbre Ignoronce is Bliss, 'tis folly to be Wise," but there is no blissful emotion in having a bad humor in tbe blood, and no remedy at hand. Dr. J. W. Poland's Humor Doctor Is the stand ard for these pestilential diseases. Sold by Laugblin, Smith ?fc Co. d<tw. The hot son and occasional shower no doabt has its influence?producing Cholera, Summer complaint. Fevers, etc. Yoa can prevent it by purifying your premises by using the Carbolate of Liime. We would advise our readers to supply themselves at once. For sale by E. Booking and Booking <fc Miller. To alleviate the pain atteudant on Inflammation of the Throat, Lungs, and Kidnej's, you have but to use the While Pine Compound. It is sold everywhere, and gives the best of satisfaction to all who try it. d&w Department of State, ) Washington, May, 1868. j To Wheeler Wilson, of New York: Sirs:?The Department has received one Gold Medal, awarded to your Arm on Sewing and Button Hole Machines at the Paris Universal Exposition of 18ff7. Your obedient servant, William H. Seward. The Ciirape8T Roof is the Gravel Roop.?Mr. George Crorabacker 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 flre or turning water. The tar used is put through a process that frees It from oil and benzole, and no matter how great the beat, it will not run. It is equally efficient in rnAfb Af cnonr AAnMlnaKlo nllnli XT Crumbacker keeps oil hand roofing cement and cement for tanks and sidewalks of the best qnality, and for sale at the lowest rates. This roofing has stood a test of fifteen years in Pittsburgh. Address me through the Post-office, or call at my establishment, head of Lindsey street. All orders will bo attended to promptly. apr7-om Purchase Only thi Best.?in a majority of advertised bitters Important ingredient*, the necessity of which are plainly Indicated, are omitted, because of their high prices; In others, tho proportions and combinations or the Ingredients are In defiance of all settled principle* of pharmaceutical chemistry; others, twain, are mere shams, made up of poor whisky slightly blttered with aloes and colored In such a manner as to deceive the unwary, and are so nauseating as to be unworthy of criticism, and to the patient the remedy is none than the disease, while years of experience and trial have proven Dr. Boback's Btomach Bittrrs to be Just as recommended, one or the bent remedies extant where a stomachic tonic and stimulant are required. They never fall to strengthen the weak, Impart vigor to the strong, and are. In every particularJnat what a stomach bitters ought to be. If you have symptoms of Dyspepsia, take them freely to aid digestion. If you reside In billons districts, they should be taken as a sure prevention of Bilious Fever and Fever and Ague,Liver Com plain Maundlco, and in all that class of diseases where there is a genoral deprewlon of the nervous system, loss of muscular energy, weakness, lassitude, want of appetite, raininess, chilly sensations and aching of the bones, Ac. And. as a remedy for female weakness, l^ruchorriexi.ar WhUcs, lioback's Bitters have noequal. They are prepared with special reference to this complaint, and act like a charm. A few days' trial will satisfy the most skeptical of tho real merits of this really valuable medicine Hold by all Druggists everywhere. augl&-imd<&w Iron?PuoHFnoRU?-OAUSATA.-Tbe three beet Tonics, skillfully and elegantly combined In an amber-colored cordial, beautifully transparent to the eye, pleasant to the taste, acceptable to the stomach. In Caswell, Hazard A Co.'s Ferro- Phosphorated Elixir of Calimya Bark. Each pint contain* one ounce of Royal Callsaya Bark, and each teaspoonful contains one grain of iron. Samples furnished free to tho profession CASWELL*, HAZARD A CO.. Hole manufacturers, New York. Hold by all druggists. my$-WeSadAw T IX E "Grant Hat" Just Received at HARPER & mo _wpI2 FRO BE A BODLtTO, XANCFACTUREBS Or Bng?ies, Carnages and Roctaways. WE HAVE FOR 8ALE AT OUR Manufactory, comer 4th A CUj rt?? below the Hempfleld R. R. Depot, Wheeling. West V?. All the latest styles of Carriage Work. Special attention given to REPAIRING. ang!7Hmd * _______ I2VTELUGE1VCEK JOB OFFICE, No. lb Qulncy street. PARTW AND BILLHEADS neatly printed. MANUFACTURERS7 f.ARKIA INSURANCE POLICIES AND BLANKS. DRAY TICKETS AND BTf.LR OF LADING PROGRAMMES AND POSTERS. CHECKS,NOTES, RECEIPTS. HOW BIT.TM, fijr Country Merchants. goats * Stoats. T.fitabllBhed In 1837. 1868. FALL THADE. 1868. sam'x. m'clella*. ~ chkstxs d. knox. M'CLELLAN &KNOX, flan afitetur era and Jobbers of BOOTS AND STTOFS! NO. 65 MAIN STREET. WHZCLIKO. W. VA. WK INVITE THE ATTENTION OF Cash buyers to our very large assortment of Boots and Bhoes for the Fall Trade, wbicii tor extent, variety and freedom from all Irregularity, la not surpassed. Our stock Is larger thau any other In this city, and In prices ^ We can Successfully Cflnpete with any Shoe House In the East or West. For the proof of which we invite you to an examination of oar 8tock. <ar~All goods warranted uniform In quality sepll-dAw McCLKLLAN A KNOX. auction JfsUs. AUCTION! DRY GOODS! NOTIONS! BOOTS AND SHOES! Carpets, Oil Cloths, TP n ti v? -5 -f- n -r-? JL' LA J JL JL A KJ U*. JL. VJ 9 STOVES, CLOTHING, &c., &c, AT AUCTION PRICES, AT Hubbard & Brothers' Auction and Commission House, SOS He dr HH Hnrkel St., ( N EAR THI COB. OT QUINCY.) WHEFLING.W. VA. Prompt attention Riven to all baslnem entrusted to them. Bales at auction made on liberal terms. t?epS Choice White Wheat FAMILY FLOUR, ALSO, PURE RYE FLOUR. A few barrels of eacb, Jobt rocelved and for sale by 'paxton A oolkbay, Je29 No. 54 Main street. JOSEPH 8PEIDEL, WHOLESALE GROCER, NO. 48 MAIN ST., WHEELING, W. VA. Hah just received and offers for sale: auo bbln choice Winter Wheat Floor. 300 do Spring do do 85 do Rye do 150 bags Rio Co nee. 'JfO kegs Nails, assorted Rises. 40 chests Y. Hyson and Black Teas 100 caddies and boxes 10a. 34s and Navy Black Tobacco. 60 caddies and box* a Bright Va. Tobbacco. Also, Sagar, Syrup, Fish, Bnckets. Tubs. Wash boars, Brooms, Salt, Hoap, Candles, Cheese, Vinegar and others articles kept In a Wholesale store, which I .offer at lowest rates. mar23 Copper, Tin, and. Sheet Iron Ware. UEMOVAL, r havk rpmnven mv wnnir.hun X ud Store-Room Prom 179 Market to lOO Main Street Where I will be pleased to see nil my ocustomers, and as many new ones as cboofw to Rive me their patronage. I have a full assortment of all kinds or ware usually found In so eh establishment*, and am prepared to 1111 all orders far anything manufactured from Copper, Tin or Sheet Iron. I have several first-class Job Workmen and will do any work .promptly and at i low rates as any establishment In the State, fwh?t-lyr ?KO. W. JOHWHOW IS IT RIGHT" That you should bid defiance to all natural laws and the science or medical men, and RUfTer with Dyspepsia or Indigestion when Ko back's stomach Bitters can be procured at any drag store? Sold by all druggists everywhere.CHARL^SEIBKE, T^ANCY DYER, SCOURER AND REJP PA1KER, Booth street, near the-B. A O. K. K. Depot, Wheeling, W. Va. All kinds of Shawls, Drenes, Ribbons, and every description of Silk and Woolen Goods executed at short notice, and on reasonable terms. Also, prepared to do dyeing In any color for Woolen Kactorlds. Ac. marat-ty Seed! Seed. I rnn BAOS PRIMK TIMOTHY. OUU UO bags prima clover. For Sale by PRIOR BOYD A CO. Seed Warehouse, 18 A 20 Main street. aepS-lm 15 Bales J ate Wool Twine J COT RECEIVED and for sale low for cash. sprig CHAfl. H. BKRR - Common Lime. 200 WHEELUio UMK P,C. HmORmi H A BRQ. Nb Pins Ultra Lime, 1 AA BB1& NK PL.DB ULTRA I.1MK? lUUfir*?nbarnt received by r ^HTl.DRCTH ABBO^BlMalnrt. gBgarantf. FraQtlin Insnrance Company, OF WHEELING. Capital *100,000. DirccLon. SAm'i. McClkllan, gzobge Metdil, T. H. LOO AS, Til OH. I*. Bhallceogb o. W. fha5zheim, j. n. va3tck, J. H. Hohbs, Michael Rxtllxt. Louih C. frnra. This company now having been organized five years, and in that time done a success fal business, in sail prepared to take risks at fair rates on Buildings of all kinds, Merchandise, Manufacturing Establishments, Furniture, hteam Boats and cargoes on the Wentern Rivera and Lakes. This company offers superior Inducements to Farmers, whereby they can be Insured on Dwellings, Furniture, Barns, and contents for 8 or 5 years at reduced rates. This being a State company with the LARGEST CASH CAPITAL paid In, and surplus of any company In the Htate: and composed of some ninety*four stockholders, moatol whom are among our best business men, recommends Itself to the favorable consideration of the insuring public , and solicits their patronage. Applications for insurance will be promptly attended to at their office. No. 29 Monroe street, or at their teveral agencies throughout the State. N. C. ARTHUR, Secretary SAM'L McCLELLAN, President. GEO. MENDEL, Vice President. C. M. CO EN, Ass't Sec'y. leoi cr-i mw PISE AND MACHINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF WHEELING. IN CORPOR'A TED IN 1 8 3 L /TTAKES RISKS AT THE LOWEST RATE JL oil Buildings of all Kinds, Furniture and Merchandise, and on Goods In Transit. DIRECTORS: A. WiLfloir, W. S. GOSHO&N, Rob'T Morrison, John KEID, Thoa. Pollock. Alex. Rogkbs, Wm. G. BAttkluc, J. D. D0 Bow, Jacob Hobnbbook. Office up Stairs, In the "Insurance Building," next door to the Merchants' National Bank. A. WILSON, President. Johx C. Hervey. Secretary. Jan29 CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO. * OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. CASH CAPITAL..... ~..S 1,730,000. rrtHlS COMPANY HAVING DEPOSITED JL with the Treasurer of the State 525,000, in compliance with the law. Is now prepared to take all kinds of Urrchnndlxe, Sfnuafactoring; and Dwelling KXonse RIsIcm. on the most favorablo terms. **" policial issued by W. F. PETERSON', Agent, Main St., next door to Merch'ta Nat. Bank. (copt.) ?TATE OP WK8T VIRGINIA,) Treasurer's Office. / Received of the Continental Insurance Company of tiio City of New York, by W. F. Peterson, Agent at Wheeling,West Virginia, Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars in U. a. Government 7 3-10 Bonds, on deposit by said Continental Insurance Company, as security to policy-holders of said Company within this state. according to the requirements of chapter 117,section 2d, Acts of 1?87. (Signed) J. H. BRISTOR, ang24 Tress. State. German Fire Insurance Company or WHEELING, WEST VA. In oopo rated May 14,1867. CAPITAL ? *?...?8100,000 DIRECTORS. Christian Hess, William Klevls, Benno Rammer, John Oesterllng, John Pfarr, A. J. Long, Anton Reymann, Philip 8cnuehle August Wledebush. a|lHIS COMPANY NOW FULLY ORGANL Iced, Is prepared to Insure Buildings, urniture. Merchandise and other Personal Property at favorable rates. Losses after due adjustment, will be promptly paid. Applications for Insurance will receive immediate attention from the decretory. Company's office, in Bank of Wheeling, Main street. JOSEPH BEYBOLD, Secretary. H. a. KNAPP. Aanlntant Secretary. JOHN OEHTKRLINO. President, AUGUST WIEDEBOWH, Vice President ANTON REYMANN, Treasurer, WILLIAM KLEVIR. ) PHILIP senDEHLE, > Surveyor* AUGUST WIEDEBUSHJ Jun29-ly National Insurance Company WHEELING. WEST VA. CAPITAJL, ? *200,00? uiacn. to iionmc bu, ueii uuor iu ui national Bank. ornciRs: Geo: K. Wheat, President. .rAmes McCluney, Vice President. John Bishop. Secretary. Chaiml.es h. Collier. Assistant Secretary. Directors:?John E. Wilson, Jan. C. Orr, John A. Armstrong, A. C. Qaarrler. Geo, R. Wheat. Alex'r. Laoghlln, James McCluney, Morgan L. Ott, Geo. Adams. References: a. Brady, Cashier Merchants National Bant, Wheeling: List, Morrison A Co., Wholesale Grooers. Wheeling; Pryor, Handlan A Co., Wholesale Grocers, Wheeling; Michael Reilly, Wholesale Grocer. Wheeling; McClellan A Knox.Boot and Shoe house. Wheeling: McCabe, Kraft ACo, Druggists, wheeling; Geo. W. Franxhelm A Co., Wholesale Wines and Llqcors, Wheeling; Winship, Woods A Co., Qneensware Wheeling; Lewis Baker, Pub. Register, Wheeling; T. C. McAfee, Notions, Wheeling; Campbell, Frew A Co., Pubs. Intelligencer, Wheeling; Ott, Son A Co .Hardware, Wheeling: J. ET Bands, Cashier, First Nat. Bank, Fairmont; R. P. Camden, PresL Nat. Ex. Bank. Weston, W. Viu; Capt. John McLure, Jr? Wheeling. apr2S iETNA Fire & Marine Insurance Compani OF WHEELING. CAPITAL, .. 100,000 directors: James C. Acheson, William B. Slmneoc Augustus Pollack, Thos. J. Campbell, Jno. K. Botsford. Wm. C, Handlan, T. M. Dodson. fTtHIB COMPANY HAVING BEEN FUL X ly organised. Is now prepared to tak< risks nnrm Buildings of all klndn, Sf?reliiuidl*r SfnnnrACtarlnfC Establishment*, Parnllare And CunMwof all fclnda on tbe WMtoro Waters. Applications for Insurance will be prompt y attend ei toby the Secretary. Office at tbe National Savings Bank, No. e Main street. 8. P. HTLDRETH, 8eCy. H. G. HARDING, Ass't Sec'y. JAKES C. ACHESON, Pres'L. WM. B. SIMPSON. Vice Pres'L tnr2 VALUABLE INFORMATION. WHEN CASH IS SCARCE PEOPLE are aniions to know wbere tbey can lay oat tbelr money to tbe beet - advantage. The subscriber takes pleasure in informing housekeepers and the pnbllc In general, the VERY BEST PLACE TO PURCHASE GROCERIES ' IS AT THE Corner Market and Quinoy Sts., Wbere tuey will fled a lame and well aMort eu slock at WSUUttiJ riuv-BO, ana guaranteed lower than at any oilier bouse an tbe city. Buyers are respectfully invited to call and satisfy themselves tbat the foregoing Is true. B. JT. SMYTH, Corner of Market and Qalncy sts.. aa!3 WHEEUNO.W.VA. Trasses & Supporters. RSSSIceelkt's hard rubber KJHmI Jo Truss cares rupture, will reIkEBSil tain the most difficult with eafeksSjgjiBty and ease, never rusts, breaks, limbers or noils; ustd In bathing, fitted to form, no strapping, (MM clean est, lightest, most d arable ^KSlS^Aand best. 'TSerin?*Hard Slubber EEfffflffB.-i bd&minal Supporter " a wry Hdurable and greatly improved Instrument for supporting the abdomen in eases of- fema e weakness, falling of the womb, pregnancy, or wherever an artln&al supporter to the abdomen may be desired ; worn with great comfort and ease and highly approved by the medical profession. Sertey't Hani JRubbar JHle J-ipe, by which astringent soothing axfld healing remedies may be earned direct to the parts tiold by Laugh 11 n; Smith A Co., T. H. i/igin dt Co., and by all Druggists. Bedcords. TDST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE AT U, ralqctpd prion,Fifty Dosen Hemp Bedctfids. mar21 H. BERRY. ! gttrfliral. GREAT NEW ENGLAND fit i-z M t: i j v, Dr. J. W.Poland?* White Pine Compound T8 NOW OFFERED TO THE AFFLICTED X throughout the country, after having been proved by the test of eleven years. In the New England States, where lis merits have become aa well known as the tree from which, in part, it derives its virtues. The White Pine Compoand Cares Sore Throat, Colds, Coughs, Dlptherla, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary AffectlotHgenerully. It is a remarkable Remedy Ibr Kidney Complaint*, Diabetes, difficulty of Voiding Urine, Bleeding from the k inni'VH nuu diuuu?, uia> ci, nuu uwuci complaints. The White Pine Compound. "It wm early In the spring of *53 that this compound was originated. Ameaberofmy family wafl afflicted with an Irritation of the throat attended with a disagreeable cough. I had for some months previous thought that a preparation having tor ita basis the inside bark of white pine might be so compounded as to be very uneful m diseases of the throat and lungs. To test the value of It in the ca.?e alluded to. I compounded a small quantity of the medicine that I had been planning, and gave It in teaspoonful doses. The result was exceedingly gratifying. Within two days the irritation of the throat was removed. the cough subsided end a speedy cure was effocU-d. Boon after this, I sent some to a lady in Ijondonderry. N. H., who had been suffering for some weeka from a bad cough, occasioned Ly a sudden cold, and had raised mucus strwaked with blood. Hhe soon found relief an * sent for more. Hhe took about ten ounces of it, and got well. J. B. Clarke, lisq., ed tor of tne Manchester rally Mirror, made a trial of the same preparation In the case of a severe cold and was cured immediately. He was so highly pleased with the results, and so confident of success attending ita sales, if placed before the public, that ne finally pursuaded me to give it a name, and send it abroad to benefit the t-uCoring. In November, 1855, I first advertised It "under the name of White Pine Compound. In two yeani from that time there had been wholesaled in Manchester alone one hundred dollars worth, where it took the lead of all the cough remedies in the market, and it a: 111 maintains that position. There is good rea son for tills; It la very soothing ana healing In Its nature; la wanning to the stomach and pleasant withal to the taste, and is exceedingly cheap. "As a remedy for kidney complaints the White Pine Compound stands unrivaled. It was not originated tor that purpose, but a person in using it for a couf h was not only cured of the cough, but was also cured ol a kidney difficulty of ten years standing. Since that accidental discovery many thousands ! have used It for the same complain t^and i i have boen completely cured." w ' The above was written by Dr. Poland, In 1860. HI nee then, as in Manchester, the White Compound has taken the lead of ail Cough remedies, as well as a preparation lor the cure of Kidney difficulties, in every city, town, vllage and hamlet throughout the New England States. The remedy la as safe and pleasant to take as it Is effectual. The White Pine Compound, PREPARED AT THE Now England Botanical Depot, boston, Under the Supervision of Rev. J. W. Poland For sale by LAUGHLN, SMITH A CO., Wholesale Druggists, and also by UEj. B. GLJiSSNER. mar 18 eod-eow, d&w. The Merchants' Protective Union Mercantile Reference Register Til E MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE UNION, organized to promote and protect trade, by enabling its subscriber* to attain facility and safety in the granting of credits, and the recovery of claims at all points, have to announce that they will, in September, lbtW, publish In one large quarto volume: This Merchants' Protective Us ion VifwriiTrr v kPPFn*wr?t Kvnmrnt mn. talcing, among other tilings, the .name.', Natuheof Business. amount of Capital, Financial Standino and Rating as to Credit, of over 400,000 or the principal nier- chants, traders, hankers, manufacturers, and pudllccompanies, In more than 30,000 or the cities towns, villages, aud settlements throughout tho United Htates, their territories. and the British Provinces or 2?orth America; and embracing the most Important Information attainable and necessary to enable the merchant to ascertain at a glance the capital, CiiauActeb, and i)e- j oree of Credit cf such of his customers as are deemed worthy of any gradation of credit, comprising, also a Aeivspaper Directory, containing the tlt'e, character, price, ana place of publication, with full particulars relative to each Journal, being a complete guide to the press or every county In the United fctates. The reports and information will be con- ( flnjEd to those deemed worthy of some line ? of credit; and a* the same will be based.no far as practicable, ucon the written statements or the parties themselves, revl&ed and corrected by well-Known and reliable legal corre8|>ondents, whose character will .prove a guarantee of the correctness or the information lurnlshed by them. It Is believed that the reports will prove more trr.thful and complete, and, therefore, superior to, and of much greater value, than any previously issued. By aid of the Mercantile Reference Register, business men will be enabled to ascertain, at a glance, the capital and gradation of credit, as compared with financial worth, of nearly every merchant, manufacturer, trader, and banker, within the above- i named territorial limits. On or about the first of each month, subscribers will also receive the Monthly Chronicle, containing, amoDg other things, a record of such Important changes in the name and condition or firms, throughout the country, as may occur subsequent to the publication of each half-yearly volume of the m eacantile Reference Register. Price of The Merchants' Union Mercantile Reference Register, fifty dollars, (S50,) 1 or which it win oe iorwaruet^to any auure?s in the United ?la tea, transportation paid. Holders of five SIO shares of the Capital Stock, In addition to participating In the profits, will receive one copy of the Mercantile Rotmsck Rioisteb free of charge; holders of ten shares will be entitled to two copies, and no more tlran ten shares of the Capital Htock will he allotted to any one applicant. All remittances, [orders, or communications relative to the book, should beaddresBed to tho Merchants' Protective Union,,In the American Exchange Bank Building, Ho. 128 Broadway, (Box 2566,) New York. aog2S-lm AMERICAS?WATCHES. ] THE BEST ! ! THE CHEAPEST ! ! rfUIE EXTENSIVE USE OF THESE _L Watches by Railway Conductors, Engineers, and Expressmen, the most exacting cla>s of watch-wearers, has thoroughly demonstrated the strength, steadiness, durability, and accuracy of Uie Waltham Watch. To satisfy that class In all these respects is to decide the question as to the real value of these timekeepers. More than 8uo/xjo are speaking for themselves in the pockets of the people. Imported Watches are made on an expensive system, in small numbers, but by numerous makers, and are placed In the market here by an Importer who first secure* a Monopoly of Sale of some one Manufacture. To the Manufacturer's profit must be add- ( ed Cat of Importation. A Custom-house duty of 25 per cent, payable In Gold. A profit of at least 25 per cent to the Importer, another profit to the Jobber; thus nearly doubling the cost of the Imported At Waltham, Watches are mannfactirred v on a large scale, under one roof and nystem ? of sapervlsion and management, thereby saving many of the expenses necessarily Incurred 1 n small establishments; hence their great cheapness. All respectable dealers now sell Waltham Watches, and competition, as all the world knows. Is favorable to small profits. The trade is satisfied, because, though the profit on each watch is small, the demand Is large and Ail are salable. U nscrupoloos importers occasionally place a worthless Bwlss imitation in the market. To avoid imposition, the purchaser should invariably demand a certificate of genuinenees,sfgned by the treasurer of the American Watch Company?K. E. ROBBLNS. There are different grades of finish In the different varieties of Watches msde by the Waltham Company, as there are different slzfls and shapes to suit ail tastes and means; ] but every Watch that bears the genuine trade mark of "WALTHAM" in guaranteed to tie a good one, and nobody need to afraid to buy lu Every Watch Folly Warranted. For sale by all first-class dealers In the United Mates and British Provinces. ROBBISS4 APPLETOV, So. 182 Broadway-, H. T. *?-Ask for the Waltham Watch, and take bo other. It Is the best. It la the cheapest. They Will Cure You ? v .81ck or Nervom a Headache, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, sj d ?? indigestion, Consumption, t * m iuc zulcm. or ixuns, uont, Pleurisy. L*ucorrh<B or Whiter iruptlons ?nii ?n a wrtMW Mjgtoy from a disordered state of the stomach, Bo back'd Blood Pills, atomacu Bittern and BJood Purifier. Hold by all Uromw efrywhara. Hydraulio Cement I 1 (\(\ BBLS- HUDSON RIVER CEMENT 1UU the best in use. P. G. HXLDBETH ft BRO. grinftag anfl gfgfltog. DAILY INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB Printing Office A2TD BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY 15 QUINCY STREET. We bet; to call Lbe attention of our triends and the pnblic to cor extensive Book and Job Office. Onr facilities in TYPiS. BTKAM POWER rRBfcSEH and MAtekial, are 6uch that we feel confident we can execnteall description* of f HINTING at as low I'RIcES as any houte In the atauj. CABDS, BUBLNKSH. VI3IT1KG AFA_NCY COLORED CARDS, in every variety. at prices from SS SO per l.OOO upwards. POSTERS, OF EVEBY SIZK. BILL-HEADS. HAND BILLS. ON AJfY UCAUTT OF PAPEB-FBI CIS ACCORDINGLY ! CHECKS, DRAFTS, CIRCULARS, BILLS LADING, DRAY TICKETS, A.DU aiidesciipt ocmof Mercantile Printing. BOOK PRINTING, Oar BOOK ROOM 1* well stocked with NEW-TYPE; and oar facilities for ^tenting all kinds of BOOK and PAMPHLET PRINTING are complete. Fancy Show Cards, PLAIN CARDS, HAND-BILLS, BLANKS, * Ac., <?o. Printed in the OEsr siYLxaca with dispatch. STEAMBOAT PJBINTING. We have made; special provision for Steamboat Priming, and have seme fonts of BKADTlPO L TY PE FOR COLORED BILLS, as well as some of the FINEhT COLORED IN KB to be had. Printing for Country Merchants. We would respectfully say to oar friends In the country, that any orders for Printing forwarded us. by letter or otherwise, will be care!ally attended to. IH CONNECTION WITH OCR LABOI Job Printing Office, WE HAVE THE MCST COMPLETE BLAHKBOOK BAKOFACTORY IN THE STATE. We ate prepared to Execute all kinds of BLANK BOOKS FOB County and State Officers, Wltb promptness, and In a manner that wlliwanant to give entire satisfaction. I ANKERS. MERCHANTS, Are requested to examine oar LARGb STOCK; of I'APEKa, which we warrant to be of the best material in me. Ruling )ONE TO ANY DKSIEBD PATTERN AllBuslnemMenusing LARGE BLAJi K BOOKS, are requested to examine our stock, as we Heel satisfied that we are manufacturing the BEST BOOKS mmde In the State. In tendering our acknowledgment* for the atronage we nave enjoyed in the peat, we especially iQllcit a ronllnnanre of the faors of our friends. Our prces for every article have been low, nd we shall use our best endeavors to give itisfactlon to all who may favor as with heir orders. 1 ADDBE88 ' T1EW, HASANS A HALL, ] giefflai. BALTUORI LOCK HOsFlTM, ESTABLISHED E FROM THE ONLY PLA.CE WHERE 4 rrD. CJLH BE OBTAINED. CUR& SR. JOHNSON baa discovered th? ?3??hSfSSa SPJSLffgs* ges, Im potency, General Dtblllty. sJjSi?*1' now, Dyspepsia, Langnor, Low brlr.t", fusion el Ideas, Palpitation of tno wl Timidity, Trembling. Dunnes of 8iS?1*^ Giddiness, Disease 01 the Head, Thxtiiu -wi or skin, Affections of the Liver. 1 stomach or Bowels?those T em bio arising from Solitary Habits of Youth-S^Ir' and solitary practices more fetal to lhei7v^1 Urns than the song oTSyrens to tbe Vgrtrr of Ulysses, blighting their most 55X2?,' hopes or anticipations, rendering manZ Ac., Impossible. ^ YOUNG MEN especially, who have become the victim* Holltaryvlce, that dreadful and destructiv habit which annually sweeps to an uniime * grave thousands of * oong Men of tbe n?' , DTivllpnf falAnffl onH Kril'Tinf Intnli. * mlgnt otherwise nave entranced hateniii Senators with the thunders of eloquence ?r waked to ecstacy the living lyre, may Ai. With full confidence. vau' MARRIAGE. Married Persons, or Yoong Meu coutein Dialing marriage, being aware of Physic^ Weakness, Organic Debility, Deformuut speedily cored. He wno places himself under the caie, Dr. J. may religiously confide in his hen. ,' as a gentleman, and confidently rely n?xm hin ntrtii aa a physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS. Immediately cured and full vigor restore.! This distressing aflectlon, which rendm life miserable and marriage impossible. u the penalty paid by the vlctimsof improper in. dulgences. Young persona are too apt i commit excesses from not being aware or U o dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now who that understands the subject will oretend to deny that the power of procreation is lost sooner by those falling into improper habits than by the prudent? Resides beirL deprived of the pleasure of healthy otftpra. u the most serious and destructive symptom^ or both body and mind arise. The system becames deranged, the Physldal and Mental Functions Weakened, Doss of Procreailvc Power, Nervous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, Indigestion, Const: tntlonal Debility, and Wasting of the frraroc Cough, consumption, Decay and Death. DR. JOHNSON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeon., London. Graduate of one of Lhe most eminent Colleges In the United Slates, and the greater part of whose life has been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the uigm astonishing cures that were ever known many troubled with ringing in the head ana ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at tudden sounds, bashmlneas, with frequent blushing, attended somellrne*i with derangement of mind, were cured Immediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured themseivts by Improper Indulgence and solitary habits, which rum both bodj and mm J, unfitting them for either business, study, society or marriage. These are some of the sad and melanehmu effect* produced by early habits ?f youth vlx: Weakness ofthe JBack and Umbs,Paluq In the Head, Dimness oi bight, Lous of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, fservous Irritability. Derangement ?u tne Digestive Functions, General Debility SymDlums or Consumption, Ac. Af KNTA1J.Y.?Tbe fearful effects on the mind an mach to be dreaded. Lc*i3 of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Depression of Spirit*, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to bodety, aeiiD la trust. Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac., axe some of the evils produced. Thousands of persona of all ages can now Judge what is tbe cause of tbeir declining neaitb, losing thair vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singular appearance about the eyea, cougb, and uymptoina of consumption. YODSQ MEN Who have Injure! themselves by a certain practice, indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or a; school, the effects of which are nightly fell, even when asleep, and, if not cured, render* marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body, should apply Immediately. W hat a pily that a young man, the hope of his country, the pride of his parents, nhould be snaicbed ftom all prospects and eu;ovmeuta of liie by the consequence of deviating from tha path of natme, and indulglnz in a certain aecret habit, ttuch persons rr.u>t before contemplating MARRIAGE, reflect that a sound mind and body are Uu most necet?tary requisites to promote connu MMyyuiOT. nuivcu, nilUUUi. IUC3U Ult) Journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes shadowed with a?spalr and Oiled with the melancholy re flee tion that the happiness of another becoma* blighted with our own. DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and Imprudent votary of pleasure finds that he has imbibed the seeds of this painful disease it too of ten happens that an Ill-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery deters him from applying to those, who lrom education and respectability, alone befriend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms of this bortiu disease make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore throat, dleaaed no*e, nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, dimness of sight deafness, nodes on the shin-bones and arms, blotches on the head, face and extremities, progressing with fnghtiui rapidity, till at last the palate of the mouth or the ijones of the nose fall in, and the victim of this awful disease becomes a horrid object 01 commiseration, till death puts a period to hts dreadful sufferings, .by ^sending him to "that Undiscovered Country from whence no traveller returns." It is a MELANCHOLY FACT that thousands fail victims to this terrible disease, owing to the nnsklllftilnera of Ignoiant pretenders, who. by the use of that DEADLY POISON, MERC (TRY, ruin the constitution and make the residue of life miserable. DR. JOHHBTOH, Office No. 7 Soatb Frederick Street. Left hand aide going from "Baltimore street, a few doom from the corner. Fall not to o> serve the name and number. WNo letters received nnles post paid ax. containing a stamp to be used on tiie reply Persons writing should state age, and send portion of advertisement describing symptoms. The Doctor's DIPLOMA hangs in his office. INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS. The many thousands cored at this establishment wllhln the last twenty years, ar.d the numerous Important surgical Operationperformed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by tbe reporters of The Bun and many other paper** notices of which have appeared again and again before ihe public, besides his standing ? a gentleman of character and respectability is a sufficient guarantee to the affi icted SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED, maris?ly * March, IMS: How ready* tbe following work, containing; lOSS. closely print* ed, large octsro psgM, well bound In law sheep. Price, 01OThe Law Register; comprising all the Lawyers In the United States: The State Record; containing the States and County Officer*, the Organisation, Jurisdiction, and Terms oi the Courts for every State and Territory: The Official Directory for the United State, containing the Officer* of the Federal Government, the Duties of the several Departments, Sketches or all the Members of Congress, the Officers and Term* of the Federal Courts: The Collector's Assistant; giving the Laws for Collecting Debts, Executing Deeds, Verifying and Taking Testimony, with Forms for every fetair With much other Ubeful information; tbe whole constituting an official and BOB! KiBBMAHUAU Prepared from nfWM?i returns by John Livingston, of the Hew York Bat, Secretary of Uie Merchants' Union Law Company. New York: Published by the Merchants' Union Law Company, No. 128 Broadway. 3d Floor, tin the AwrWn Exchange MtloruJ Bank Building.) The book will be sent, prepaid, to any address in the U. 8. on receipt or ten dollars, or, it will be forwarded by Express, with bill, to be paid on delivery. From Alex. W. Randall, Post Master General; Bt. John B. L. Hkinner, 1st A?u?*t PM. General; Joseph H. Biaekfhn, Chief ClTc P. O. Department; WAHHI5GTOJ, D. Cn Feb.?, 1S63, JOHH Lrvrwoerosr, Kaq-Beerttary Merrhemu Union Law Company, S* eta York, Dkak Bib:?Your new Law Register and official Directory, Jtsst toned, appears to have been very carefully prepared, and we think may be of great service in tne transaction of me business of this Department. The work will doubtless prove valuable to every official, banker, merchant and business man. ATiRX. W. RANDALL, , P. M. OtnerxU, BT. JOHN B. S- BK1NNEU. FtrU AWl P. U. QmemL JOSEPH H- BLACKFAf. Chief (Jerk P. O. DTP * From Hon. Francis E. Spinner, Treasurer WAHHXSGTOJr, D. O, Feb. 24, 1868. JoHir lavnfo?to3c, ?nq^ Secretary Merchcrax Union Jjooc Company: Deab Hir:?The new Law renter and Official Dlcreetory. Just la?ned, appear? to have been very carefully prepared and we Qnd It or great service In tbe transaction or Lbe bnwlnc? of Ubta department. We think Lhe work would prove a valuable acquinHon to. and should be on desk of every prominent official, taSevmerchant, and Dcslneeh man F. E. BFIKSEB mart T> t umm-rr U. a. fr A BBIfi. WILMINGTON TAB, lar?ebbli JU 30 44 Common Rosia. 6 44 Pale Onhand and far sale low by_ my8 rHAR- H. KERRY.