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JB: SO. IS dUISOT NTBEET.
!W, HAGANS~& HAl,lx"
rfiopairroaa.
lY nORXIKG, OCTOBER 10.
OESEBAL SCHEIYCK*
Sobenck will arrive in the city
mil will speak at Washington
is evening. The General being
aray to Now York, can give us
3 one Bpeech. The hall will
ss bo jammed and those wishn
for table seats, especially the
would do well to go pretty early,
oi oar readers will remember
n. Schenck spoke here, in the
um, in 1S61. We can assure our
aders be will give us a good
this evening; and we trust many
riends of the opposite party will
it and hear him.
K UKE91AB8 OF WlIEELlXti.
Paul Strobacb, a member of the
ture of Alabama, Is in the city.
11 address his German fellow?_
? Wn?h.
(IJllIZeilH IU lUl'ii UWH IUIi))UO ?? ?
lugton Hall ou Saturday n:gbt. Mr.
[strobacb, although a sterling Union
man, during the recent session of the
Alabama Legislature pursued a conciliatory
policy, and was classed among
its conservative members, voting to
confer suffrage upon rebels, against the
Electoral College bill, dtc.
The views of such a man concerning
the political condition of the South and
the country are worthy the attention of
Mil.no mntter wbat~ their political predilections,
and we trust Mr. Strobncb
tuny have a large audience and a candid
hearing.
Germans of all parties are invited
aud desired to be present.
|?l ft Jl'UIU IUUVUU1 II icuua ui mutkiuaburg,
Berkeley Springs. Buckbannon
and Cranberry Summit were very much
disappointed nouio time since ut hir.
stevtneon'a failure to keep bis appointments
at those places. Wo assure them
that It was no fault of bis. He had
overworked himself and was very ill,
unable to Ret out of his house. Mr.
Stevenson has done an extraordinary
amount of hard work in the canvass,
more than we have any right to expect
of a man of limited means, running for
the poorly-paid and thankless office of
Governor. If we all do one-fourth as
much, ho will be overwhelmingly
elected.
Vjsjblk Aomixtuiie.?An Ohio lady
visiting with ono of our citizens,
tells rather an amusing incident which
occurred at Xenia, last Tuesday, Ulust
rating the operation of the visible admixture
law. A citizen having a suspicion
of color in his face presented
himself at the polls. The sharp Democratic
supervisor, who happened to be
very dark skinned himself, smelt a rat
at once, and began questioning the applicant
as to his parentage: "Was your
father a white man?" 41 Don't know."
"Was he a black man ?" " Don't know
i that." ' Was ho half white and hall
black?" " Don't remember much
about him." " Well, how white do
yon think ho was?" "Well"?after
hou*o hesitation?"I think he was just
about your color." He was allowed to
vote.
Tub President of the Board of Kegistration
of Burbour county writes us
under date of Weduesday, that a person
was in I'hillippi at that time who was
known to have a large sum of money
iu his possession for the purpose ol
bribing the Board of Registration ; but
he adds tliul the Board Is not to be
bribed but will do Its duty at all hazards.
He says Hon. Win. G. Brown
is implicated in tbo contemplated
unuerjr, >?o uu|;o **???. iu?o j-.v.v
(o be a mistake.
M ANSiNQTON,,jolllfied"over the news
Wednesday night. The Union people
or the town illuminated their houses; a
procession formed and paraded the
streets; there was a tine diBplay of fireworks,
military *to. Speeches were
made to the enthusiastic throng by J.
B. Nay, and F. H. Burt. The Republicans
of the town expected to have a
grand torch-light procession last evening.
A Marshall county Republican fell
in a day or two siuce with one of his
neighbors, a life long Democrat. Ab
the latter approached he shouted
"Hurrah for Grant." "O, you aro joking"
said the Republican. "No I'm in
dead earnest," was the reply. "Why
what's the mattei?" "Well the fact is,"
Kald the old Democrat, "I can't stand
the load these fellows aro trying to
mako us carry. I am going for Grant.'?
Gkn. Franz Sieokl has been claimed
by the Democratic press of the West
as a supporter of Seymour. There wab
uo ground for this imputation upon
Qen. Siegel, and bis nomination by the
Republicans of New York city for the
important office of Register, will probably
convince the Seymourites that he le
not for tkem.
At the Democratic meeting at Greensburg,
Ind., on last Thursday week, one
of the processions carried a banner
bearing this inscription. We have
tried loyalty?it costs too much." Col.
Cumback says that it was carried by a
man who had been drafted and had to
buy n negro substitute.
An excellent meeting was held at
Pleasant Hill, Marshall county Wednesday
evening. A. B. Caldwell of this
i/iij tunuc nu lAtciicuI UJICWJU nuicu
was cheered to iho ccbo. The enthusiasm
was wrought up to the highest
pitch by the election news and overflowed
in all directions.
The New York Sun says James Gordon
Bennett, of the New York Herald,
has a little incomo of ?1,000 a day. II
it were not for the income tax Mr.
Bennett might be considered very well
to do, but that tax must be a dreadful
thorn in his side.
Presidkjtt Joiiksox fixes and sets
apart Thursday, November 26, as a das
of national thanksgiving. By tha
time the nation will have Grant anc
Peace, and a thankful people will at
test their gratitude.
The Republicans of Pennsylvanl
have gained - tight members In tb
Lower House of the State Legislature,
*
GRANT.
What is Wanted by the Country. E
From the New York Post,
Mr. Beecher delivered last night in w
Brooklyn the most maaterly speech of ai
the canvass, a speech fall of statesman- ^
like thoughts, crowded with witty and
, happy illustrations, and animated by ai
that Bplrit of charity and fair play for ge
all, and that sound and clear common ea
sense, which makes Mr. Beecher's political
iostincls so true.
Mr. Beecher described exactly the ?J
needs of the country, politically, when
be said, "What we want now is an administration."
We do not need more tl
laws, new laws, different la\7B; the dJ
country would only be injured and endangered
by renewed tinkering with
reconstruction by either party; and be- ei
cause the people feel this they have received
with each disapproval tbe promise8
of General Blair and tbe Tamma- ti\
ny platform, to reopen the whole reconstruction
business. To change the
figure used so well by Mr. Beecher, the w
6hip of state needs not new spars, new ^
rigging, new sails, she needs 3 skilful,
calm-eyed, sure-handed helmsman, th
who will keep her upon her course and di
put an end to the lubberly backing and
tilling, tbe vain tacking and wearing, ai
whlcbjsbo baa endured under her pres- 16
ent pHot. ai
41 What we want now is administra- al
lion"; tbe faithful execution of the
laws; the fulfilment of that one duty
which is tbe chief and most important,
if it is not the only proper function of
government, the protection of the lives,
HHdhb onrl nrnnortu of nil lhn npnnlo
Wo need a man in the Presidential
chair whose character shall be a guaranty
for justice; a inan of known firm- _
uesa of character, of a clear eye, of
sound judgment, faithful to liberty, m
loving justice, and not the slave or tool m
of any party or faction. A!
Such * man will, without the least i
trouble, calm the pnrturbed waters.
His mere presence in the White House
will encourage tho right minded everywhere,
and dispose the factious, the ovil
disposed, to cease from their bad
courses.
And such a man is General Grant.
Honest, and a lover of economy in the ~
administration; entirely unselfish, as wi
is conspicuously shown by his wholo
record; animated by no bitter feelings d,
towards inoso who lately rebelled, as
was shown by his conduct towards
General Lee and tho confederate ar- c
rates in 1865, and by his report upon the
condition of the Southern States; a
manly lover of fair play and equal 1J
rights; with no private ambition of his R?
own to gratify; no friends to reward or
enemies to pursue; with clear ideas of sh
tho province of government to main- of
tain order and execute tho laws; a w
lover of moderation, and venerating f0;
IUU law, uruub la lUO iuou nuw V?u, UJ
and as wo may now confidently anticipate,
v.'lio will guido us to a sure and
lusting peace. "
What we want now is administra- _
Hon"?and Mr. Beecher might have Aadded,
juatly, thla ia what the country In
baa needed during the whole of Mr. ti<
Johnson's administration. That policy cc
of reconstruction which ho made so vj
hateful to the people that they cast it
away two years ago by unprecedented
majorities, could have been carried out
with safety and honor to the country,
and wi'.h satisfaction to all lovers of *
liberty, if Mr. Johnson had been a man
like Grant, taithful lo liberty, ol sound
temper, and without selfish ambitions "
and unworthy resentments. It was his
failure to perform those promises which
elected him, his sudden friendship with px
the least reputable of the old Southern li<
politicians, his subsurvlency to their ho
schemes, which lirst aroused the ambi- pg
tious hopes of a class, the originators of
of the rebellion, the men who "fired
the Southern heart" in 1SG0. These
men, cast down by the result of the
war they made, first saw hope of re- establishing
their power over *'lho
South" in Mr. Johnson's attitude to- n
wards them. When the war was ended
In nststnrtf Hini f lipOO
IUUJ WCIO 1 CUUJ iu vw
with gratitude; they desired only the
permission to live in obscurity at home, A
to nam their bread in silence.
But Mr. Johnson's vehement passions,
hia vacillating course, his loud
threats of punishment, and ready favor ?
to those whose lives he at first demand'
ed, all these things gave courage to the
ovil minded in the Southern_States.
And what has led the ilaine of discontent
in the South, except Mr. Johnson's
course and conduct? Again ana 111
again the demagogues In those States "
have been discouraged and quieted by 8C
the voice of the people at the elections it
or by thelirmness of Congress, only to w
be rearoused by Mr. Johnson's schemes JJ
in their favor; by the hope that he
would in their interest wear out the u
people; by the belief, destined to be m
disappointed, that the President could JJ
cripple the Congress, and the faith, but JJ
too well fonnded, that ho would go to w
all lengths to re-establish the bad rule cl
of that class whom during livo years he ti
denounced as the cause of all our troubles,
and of whom, until he cauoe into
power, he constantly asserted that, as a tl
lirst preliminary to any right reconstruction,
they must be'put out of the dj
way.
What we waul is administration. We ^
need a citizen in the White House who n,
will not, out o: personal hatred and re- se
sentment, turn against the right and
consort with the enemies of order, the
men who, as ho himself taught the peo- i0
pie to believe, ana as tbe lasi iour years rc
have shown, are mischievous, and only ?
mischievous self-seekers. We need a
President with more public spirit than
to sacrifice the country to his personal tr
enmities; with more character than to cc
choose as his most intimate associates u
the lowest and most characterless of ^
trading politicians; with more inde- in
pendence than to appoint to offices of cl
trust, at the demand of such politicians, al
men of notorious dishonesty; with *}'
more decency than to pardon the great- &
er number of the convicted counter- d?
letters and revenue swindlers; with tt
more self-respect than to stoop to petty
Intrigue.
We need another Lincoln; one as de- m
void or resentments, as firm in the m
right, us simple-hearted and unselfish to
as Lincoln. And such a man is Grant.
Qe is a national man; the extremists of ^
both parties have pursued him with tt
their enmity and their slanders, but sc
the people have always found him
their faithful servant. His election if
will give us peace; without the use of 8t
any material means, without new lu
laws, by the mero force of the belief, tc
which is as strong in the bad as in the
good, that he wilt do right and faith- ^
fully execute tbe laws. di
i i .1 le
DIED.
1 <} ARRISON?On tbo morning of the 14tb, tt
at ft o'clock, N. II. CftAiuuMoN, In liis MUi d?
. -vear- Je
The funeral will tako place this, (Friday)
morning at 11 o'clock, from bis late real- >.Ba
denco In TTiadeipbla. Tbe friends of the ft
family arc respectfully Invited to attend. ? gj
To Ownors of Horses." *
Thousands of Horsesdlo yearly from Colic. ta
This need not be. Dr. Tobias' Venetian }J
Horse Liniment, in pint bottles, price ono lc
do'.lar, will positively euro every case, If J'
given according to the directions, when first
taken, it Is warranted superior to anything V
elao for Culs .Galls, Sprains; Old Sores, Swell- Jj
lags and tore Throat. It is no now remedy, t
but of 21 years* standing, and approved by
the first Horsemen in the country. Colonel d
Pbilo P. Eusb, of the Jerome Park Course,
liis used It for years, and recommends It to 11
his friends. Oidora are constantly received J
for It, from tbo Racing Stables In England. a
It hns stood the test of time, no one has *
ever tried it but continues its use. Recollect ?
to get Dr. Tobias* Venetian llorso I.iniment t
in pint bottles, and take no other. Sold by
the Druggists and Store Keepers throughout .
tbo United States. D??pot 10 Park Place,
J Now York. ^ eepl7-lmdAw e
CBISTADOBO'S HATH DTE. {
Old Father Time takes many a jear j
To turn to white dark colored hair;
But Instantly the EXCELSIOR DTE p
Brings back the lint that charms the eye;
And Nature owns that cunning Art f,
1 Can her own living hues impart. 1
r Cristadoro's Hair Preservative, i
J Oh, how beautifully glossy your hair looks *
1 of late, Maria. Yes, Julia, sinoe I have used a
- Crtatadoro'a Hair Pjeaervative and Beauti- o
u?r, my -Hair baa improved wonder folly, *
and ctopped tailing oat altogether.
a ^8oIdby ProttWa. and applied by all Hair e
o ? Maiden Lano. ^
^fiLS3?tNo-<,A*orHom*
Sptttol ftotitts.
'recautionary Medication.
If the lmportance~of protective mcdlcaUm
ere more generally appreciated,oar mortu
y statistics would show a wonderful de
ease In the number of fatal; results o
eease. Millions of people are crowded to
tber In districts where they are constantly
:posed to the miasmatic virus which pro
ices Ague, Jaundice, Fever and Ague, ant
ndred complainte; and*millions more an
intlnually visiting or traveling througt
lose parts of [the country where febrili
ceases infest the entire atmosphere to.
iles in every direction. These classes art
ivironed with danger which cannot hi
rerestlmated. They .require a soreproUo
mcthoino, like
MISHLER'S "HERB BITTERS
hlch Is the only real safeguard for an un
ned stomach, or delicate nervous system
ie only fortifying agent against malarlou
Borders, or that will effect a permanen
id efficacious cure whore disease lias al
ady fastened Itself upon Its victim. It i
i Infallible care, and Is highly valued ii
1 Fever and Ague districts.
Bold everj where.
DR. S. B. HARTHAN & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, Lancaster Pa.,
And No. 28, Market street, Pittsburgh, Va
oc3-2w
ESSAYS FOB TOU5G MBS.
On the Errors and Abuses incident t
auth and Early Manhood, with the hu
ane view of treatment and cure, sent b;
ail, free of charge. Address HO WAR]
SSOCIATION, Box P., Philadelphia, Pa.
5ep23-8rad&w
THE
National Trust Co.
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK,
flfo. S30 BROADWAY.
ipital, ONE MILLION DOLLARS
CHARTERED BY THE STATE.
abius R. MAngam, President,
James Mebbul, Secrctar;
Receives deposits and allows FOUR PEI
ENT INTEREST on all Daily Balance*
ttycct to Check at Sight. SPECIAL DEPOS
ra lor Six Months, or more, may be mad
Ave per cent. The Capital of ONE MIL
ION DOLLARS la divided among over 50
areholdera, comprising many gcntlemei
largo wealth and financial experience
bo are alio personally liable to depositor
r all obligations of the Company to donblt
e amount of their capital stock. _ Afl thi
ATIONAL TRUST CO. receives 'deposit
large or smalt amounts, and permits then
V>A <lMom n? nxrhnlfl or In nnrt hrCHEm
r BIGHT and WITHOUT NOTICE, allow
g interest on all daily balances, par
ta throughout the country can keep ac
until in this Institution with special ad
intages of security, convenieace and pioflt
JolS-6md&w
inSICNNE ISCREA8E OF SALES.
Jlcoek's Porous Plaater
'Iiero one xvna sold a few years ngo
n thousand are sold now.
Tlioy strengthen, warm and Invigorate th
irt upon whioh they "are applied, and re
jve nervous affections of the bowels, lam
igo, pains of the side, and usually all loca
ilns. In affections of the kidneys they art
great service.
Lnmo Jtnck.
New York, Nov. 20,1833.
T. Ajllcock &. Co.?Gentlemen: I lately suf
red severely from a weakness in my back
avlng heard your Plasters much re com
ended for cases of this kind, I procurei
le, and the result was all I could desire
slncle Plaster cured mo In a week;
Yours, respectfully, J. G. BBIGGS,
Proprietor oj the JSrandreth House.
Principal Agency, Brandreth House, Ne\
ork.
hold by all Druggists. seplT-lmd&w
WOHA.fr.
FEMALES, OWING TO THE PECO
nr nnd important relations which tbej
istaln, their peculiar organization, and thi
ttces they perform, are Mubject to man;
ilferlngs. Freedom from theso contribut
t no small degree to their happiness au?
elfare, for none can be happy who are ill
ot only ko, but no one of theso various fe
lale complaints can long be suffered to rur
a without involving the general health o
10 Individual, and ere long producing per
innent sickness and premature decline
or is It pleasant to consult a .physician fo
le relier of theso various dellcatefaffectione
ad only upou the most urgent necessity
111 a true woman so far sacrlQce her greates
larm as to do this. The w-x will thei
lank us for placing in their hands slmpli
tecldca which will be found eOlcacious li
llevlng and curing almost every one o
iose troublesome complaints peculiar i<
10 86X.
Hkuibold's Extract or Buchu.?Han
reds suffer on in silence, and hundreds o
then apply vainly to druggists and doctor
ho either merely tantalise them with tb<
upe of a cure or apply remedies whlcl
?ake them worse. 1 would not wish to as
rt anything that would do Injustice to th<
Ulcted.but.lam obliged to say that al
touzh 11 may be produced from exccssivi
thaustion or tbe power* of lite, by labor
us employment, unwholesome air am
od, proiuBe menstruation, me use of tm
ad coffee, and frequent childbirth. It Is Jai
ftener caused by oirect irrl tat ion.applied tc
10 mucous membrane of the vagina itself.)
When reviewing the causes or these tils
esssug complaints, It is Imostlpalnful t<
mtemplate tne attendant evils consequen
|K)Q them. It Is but Blmple Justice 10 tbi
ibject to enumerate a rew of tbe many ad
tlonal causes which so largely affect the
re, health and happlnesa' or woman In al
asses of society, ana wblcb, consequently
fectmore or less directly, the welfare of tbi
aman family. The mania that exists fo
-ecociouM education and marriage, can so
te years that nature designed for corporea
weloameni to be waited and perverted li
le restraints or drets, the early confine
tent of school, and especially in the un
ealtby excitement of the ball room. Thus
1th the body half-clothed, and the mint
adnly excited by'pleasure, perverting li
Idnlght revel tbe honrs designed by na
ire for sleep and rest, the work of destruc
on Is half accomplished.
In consequence of this early drain upoi
:r system, unnecessary effort la required bj
le delicate votary to retain her situation li
nool at a later day, thus aggravating th<
rll. When one excitement is ovor, ana the
t prospective keeps the mind inorbldh
nwltlvo to imprcssloD, while the now con
ant restraint or fashionable dress, a two
itely forbidding the exercise indlapensabh
> the attainment and retention or organ!
ealth and strength; the exposure to nlghl
r; the sudden cnaoge of temperature; Uu
mplete prostration produced by excesslv<
^ncing.raust, of neoesslty, produce tbel
gillmate effect. At last, an early marrlagi
l*.s the climax of misery, and the unior
mate one, hitherto so utterly regardless o
ib plain dictates and remonstrances of he
:llcato nature, becomes an unwilling sub
ct of medical treatment. This is but i
uthful picture of (the experience of thou
indsof ouryouug women.
lx>ng before the ability to exercise ttai
motions of the generative organs, they re
lire an eduoailon or their peculiar nervoui
' tern, composed of what la called the tlsssUi
hlnh lo In ?nn<mnn nlfh Ihklnmola hr?n.
id lips, evidently under the control of men
J emotions and associations at an earl>'
sriod of life; and, as we shall subsequent
' see, these emotions, when excessive, lead
>ng before puberlty, to habits which sap thi
ary life of their victims ere nature has sell
>mpletcd their development.
for Female Weakness and Debility
Flutes or Leuoorrhaia, Too Profuse Menu
uation, Exhaustion, Too Long Continue*
eriods, for Prolapsus and Bearing Down, o
roiapsus Uteri, we offer ibe most periecl
pcciflo known, Hklmbold's Compound
uxtract op Buchu. Directions lor use
ietrand advice, accompany.
* ?males in every period of life, from In
atancy to extreme old age, will find it j
emedy to aid nature in tbe discharge of It
auctions. Strength is the glory ofmanhooi
nd womanhood. Hklmbold's Lxtbac
tuCHiJ is more strengthing than any of th<
reparations or Barn or Iron, infinite!'
afar, and moie pleasant. Hxlmbdld1
iXTaAcr Buchu, naving received the in
lonement of the most prominent physician
a the United States, is now offered to alllic
ad humanity as a certain cure for the rol
>wlng diseases and symptoms, from what
ver cause originating: General Debintj
leauu uuu xsopiveaiuu, imoeCUli'
eterminatlon of Blood to the Head, Con
used ideas, Hysteria, General Irrit&bUlt;
lestlessne*s and sleeplessness at Wight, Ab
ence of Muscular Efficiency, Doss ot Ap
etlte, Dyspepsia, Emaciation, L<ow Spirit
usorganixatlon or Paralysis of Liie Orgax
f Generation, Palpltauonof the Heart, an
a fact, all tue complaints of a ttervoos an
tobilltated state of the system. To insm
tie genuine,out this oat. As* for Hkl>
onn's. Take no other. Sold by Drugglsi
nd Dealers everywhere. Prloe fl 25 pc
ottle, orfcix bottles for 1650. uellverod v
ny address. Describe , symptoms In a)
ommuntcations. Address ??. T. HELM
(OLtD, Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 5J
(roadway,n. Y. .
.None are Genuine unless done up in steel
ngraved wrapper, with fao-elmUe of m
ihemlcal Worenouse, andtl^nea ^ BQT ^
oc!5-m.w.teod,dAeow,w
gw gKtoertfgtmentg.
; Gen. Schenck,
OF OHIO,
The Man Who Whipped Vallandlaham,
WILL SPEAK
TO- NIGHT
AT
Washington Hall.
KT COME OUT !
- PC 15 .
: Boys Wanted.
8 -TTT"ANTED?SEVERAL WELL GROWN
t VV BOYS.
APSOBWAYIHON MF"QCO.,
a ocl6-tf Cor. 4th A Clay sta.
1 Dissolution of PartnershipNotice
is hereby given that
tbe partnership heretofore existing In
tlie Manufacture ofOopper. Tin and Sheet
Iron Ware, between Relil A Koemer Is this
i day dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe
business will bo conducted In tbe future by
a innM at the old stand, who will set
tie all claims due to or owing to said late 1
firm. Tliankfal for past favors the new firm j
o will endeavor to merit and hope to receive
, .Ul.r,, ^are of
0 Dissolution.
mHB PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
1 existing under the name and style of I
Keld & Roemer is dissolved by mutual conKent,
to take effect on the 12th lnnt., the undersigned
withdrawing from the Arm.
ocl6-lw HKRMAN ROKMflR.
Atlieneum Fire.
PBOPOSAUB WILL BE HECEIVED
during the week by the undetsigned for
tbe purchase of the wrought aud cast Iron
. lately in the Atheneum Malt House, for
each kind separately per pound; to he delivered
to the hlghestbldder on the premises
as expeditiously as the same can be removed
r from tbe ruins.
j oclS-St BUTTERFIELD & CO.
it is68. FALL A winter. ISGS*
- /"VLDE8T ESTABLISHED DRY GOODS
B U House in thoclty,
No, 35 Main /Street,
j Centre W li O O 1 1 n g ,
1 Departments are well filled and under
charge of efficient aad accommodating gen?
tlemeu.
8 Department A.?Dresj Goods, a fall line.
9 B.?Cloths, Casslmers, Cloaking
, Cloths. Ac.
C.?Notions in every variaty.
3 D.?Flannels and woolen goods
i of all kinds,
E.?Domestle Goods,a full stock
F.?Carpet Chain,Cotton Yarns,
Batting, Ac.
G.?Carpets, Oil Cloths/Window
Shades, ?? c.
H.?Sbawla, Hoop and B <1moral
Skirts.
I will always aim to be on hand and give
my personal attention to the business.
Store closes promptly at 7 p. m.
OCH-dAw F. W: B AS SETT.
Coal Miners
. VI7ILL SAVE MONEY BY PURCRASVV
Ing Lard Oil, Blasting Powder and
other material used in (coal banks at the
' Fint Mutual Store, Center WTieellug, or at
the Branch Store. North Wlieeliug.
e oct!3-3t RALPH ARKLhi, Bup't.
?. Floirr.
1 /? /\ r\ nilL.O., ajuun&txciu xna r kjij^
OUl* lowing brand!:
9 Baltic,
Buckeye,
Lily White,
L.,M. &Co's.
All offered at lowest rates.
octia Liar, MORRieoN a co.
Bacon, Lard, &c.
Shoulders,
Clear Sides,
i Hams,
Mens Pork,
Leaf Lard.
Just received and for sale by
oct!8 LIST, MORRISON A CO.
v Porto Rico Molasses.
i rv BARRELS STRICTLY CHOICE,
1 \J Just received by
octis L.isr, MORRISON A CO.
r Notice to Voters, Union Townsliip.
f TYUR9UANT TO AN ORDER PASSED
a JT October Hh, 1868, by the Board or Supery
visors of Ohio county, I hereby notify all
a voters of Union township that the place for
J holding elections has beeu changed lrom the
I. Fourth Ward Hose House to the room oh
. John street. sooth side, between Maraet and
i Fourth streets, in the building known aa
f the Atlienaum Malt House.
GEORGB KINGHOBN,
u octlO-iltd Clerk Union Township.
Owing to the destruction of the Ather
naeum buildings by fire on the morning of
t the 10th instant, the place for holding the
i above election has been changed to the ofllce
b of I. UpdegratT, County Treasurer, an the
i corner of Fourth and John streets,
f W. W. MILLER,
? Pi es't Board of Supervisors, Ohio oo.
John u. Fortbr,
Clerk Board of Supervisors,
r George Kipujiiokj*.
s octl2 ulerk Union township.
jR. J. SMYTH,
3 Corner Market and Qalncy St*.,
1 Wheeling, W. Va.,
IB BOLE AGENT FOR THE
AMERICAN AND CHINA
Tea Company,
IMPORTERS. JOBBERS A RETAILERS,
(The oldest in If. Y., established since 1843.)
X>Y PORCHABING OF US THE CONX>
samer saves six to eight profits. Oar
immense business enables ihe Company to
Import their own Teas, and retail direct
from the chest.
PRICE LIST.
CoIong,(Black)..'...~~......~....Bestl 51 00 per lb.
Mixed, (Green andBl.ck)... " 1 00 "
- English Breakfast. .. " 1 20 "
* Yonng Hyson ......... " 1 26
Unoolored Japan........ .. " 1 25 "
1 Gunpowder.... .. M 1 50 M
octiO
1868. 1868.
FALL & WINTER TRADE.
SAML. 1IAEPER. XI. M. BARFEB, I
HARPER & BRO.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL SEALERS IN
HATS AND CAPS,
n NOM. 77 ? l!!(t MAI* I1TDRCT
I
f % Wlicollne, W. Va.
a
WE CALL THE ATENTION OF THE
public to mo largest and most varied
assortment of HATS and CAPS ever brought
to the state, comprising all the latest Bty les
suitable for the season.
HARPER * BRO.
UMBRELLAS!
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
lot of the finest grade of Umbrellas.
HARPER A BRO.
The "Grecian Bend" Hat!
JUST RECEIVED AT
OCtlO HARPER A BRO'5.
JOHN W. MITCHELL,
Real Estate Agent,
: Collector of Claims and Accounts.
d OFFICE NO. 4. MONROE STREET,
d oct&-lw Odd Fellows' Bnlldlng.
T- Taxes, Taxes.
? mHE CITY TAXES AKE NOW DDE AND
If X payable without Interest until the first
of November, after which time 10 per cent
u will be charged on all unpaid tax hula.
- JOHN BCABBBOUQH,
* sep!4-td City Collector.
1- tA BBIJ3. WILMINGTON TAR, large bbla
7 OU 30 " ComxaQnKosin.
5 14 Pale 44
On and for sole low by
my8 OHAB. H. BERRY.
gw gKfrtmgmeotg.
United States of America,
Dlitrlet or West Virginia, u:
"Frederick Kemplo, h uLt, ")
vs. V Attachment.
Steamboat "Leslie Combe."J
XI7HRRKAB, a libel has been
VV flled to tho District Court of the United
States for the District of West Virginia,
on the 24th day of September, 1888, byTTrederlck
Kemple. George Lalng, Jeremiah
Cochran and Theodora LeBaron, against the
steamboat i* Leslie Combs," her engines,
tackle, outfit, apparel and lurniture: Now,
therefore. In purauanoe of the monition under
the seal of the Bald Court, to me directed
and delivered, I do hereby give public notice
to all persons claiming the said steamer, her
engines, tackle, outfit, apparel and furniture,
or in any manner Interested theieln,
toat they be and appear before the said District
Court, to be held at the city of Wheeling,
In and for tne District of West Virginia.
on the 28th day of joctber, 1888, at
II o'clock, in the forenoon of that day, (provided
the same shall be a day of jurisdiction,
otherwise on the next day of Jurisdiction
thereafter,) then and there to Interpose
their claims, and to make their allegations
on that behalf.
HKDQEMAN SLACK,
U. 8. Marshal, District W. Va.
By W. H. Irwin, Deputy.
Peck A Hubbard, Proctor* for LibeUcmt*.
octa-14td
Water-Proof Suits.
A LARGE LOT OF NEW MIXTURES
In Water-Pi oof Cloth, Just received?
also another lot of French. Winceys, Velours,
and extra heavy Black Mohair, for
suits. J. 3. RHODES A CO.
Fine Under Wear.
Gents* very heavy doublebreastkd
Under-Shlrta, with Drawers
to match ; .Ladles' Merino Onder-Bhlrts and
Drawers ; Boys' Under-Shirts and Drawers;
Misses' and Children's Under-Bhlrts; Bhaker
Flannels, heavy and part cotton.
J. S. RHODES A CO.
Bed Blankets.
A LARGE STOCK OF BED BLANKETS
Just opened, from if to 815 per pair.
J. B. RHODES A CO.
Hoop Skirts at 37 1-2.
WE ABE CLOSING OUT OUR STOCK
of Hoop Skirts at 87* to 11 00, to
quit the tsade. J. 8. RHODES <fc CO.
OCt7
-KHsv*?? CnTinnl
XligUU UViUVUlt
The undersigned will form a
FRENCH and GERMAN CLASS, commencing
on the 15Hi of October, and will
give two lessons a week in either of these
language?. The German lemons will be superintended
by Th. Rappaport, editor of the
the German pa per,and the French by Rev. A
Blum, formerly teacher or the French
languageatthe Dayton, 'Ohio, High School.
For particulars enqnlre at the office of the
German paper. Register building, between
8 and 10 o'clock. a. m.and 2 aud 7 o'clock
p. m., or at Panl's Book Store, Main street.
Terms reasonable.
rev. a. blum,
0Ct2-lm TH. KAPj'APORT.
jrjerkins, stern & co's
California Wines.
Composed or
hook,
i*0?t,
MUSCATMj,
angelica
and BRANDY.
For Medicinal Use and parity these Wines
stand higher than any other. Be sure and
ask for Perkins & Stein's Wine, acd take no
other. Parity guaranteed. Forsaleby
EDMCJND HOCKING.
ocO and BOOKING) A MILLEK,
READ THE ADVERTISEMENT,
AND *?:
GO TO BRUES & SANDERS',
114. Mn III fcsti'ce.t,
FOR A HANDSOME SET OF FURS.
Go to Brues & Sanders'
For the cheapest ALL WOOL BLANKETS
in the city?only 15 CO per pair.
Heavy 10-4 Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
onJy 50 cets per yard.
A laige stock of House-Furnishing Goods at
prices made satisfactory to purchasers.
Just Received,
BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED DUPLF.X
* ELLIPTIC HOOP SKIRTS, AT
VERY LOW TRICES.
Ladles' Black Cloth Cloaks at cost.
Heavy Grey Blaukets at 54 00 per pair.
Cheap Sels.of Fare at 14 59.
To be had at Brues & Sanders',
114 MAIN STREET,
Lupin's French Merino and Empien Cloths
at only SI 00 per yard.
Also, the BEST BARGAINS IN DRESS
GOODS in the city.
A Very Large Stock of Shawls,
Barred and Plain Flannel*, at
BRUES A SANDERS',
ocUS 114 Main at, Wheeling. W. Va.
1868. FALL & WINTER. 1889.
JOHN T. LAKIN. J. U. STALLS!AN.
J. T. LAKIN & CO.
Have received one op the
largest and best selected stocks of
Foreign M Domestic Goofls
la the city?cousisliag of
Cloths, Cassimeres,
TT "T71 C! m T TVT O
V JQJ O J. J. -L> *J( S3
AND _
Over-Coatings,
Wbloh will bo made to order In the latest
styles and at reasonable rates, for all who
may favor them with a call.
Also, on hand a line assortment of
Furnishing Goods,
oonslstlng of everything that <s necessary to
the complete outfit of a gentleman. Give
us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
J. Tl LAK1N COM
_ Merchant Tailor*,
No. 23 Monroe street,
oclS VhkkiJRO, W. Va.
HITS BY B. 21ILLKB. VTM. H. WOODS.
MILIiEK & WOODS,
PTAT.KKW RV
Metals, Tin Plate, lopper, wire,
Sheet Iron and Tinners' Stook,
No. 6 Mais btkebt,
gepaa-lm . WMKKLING.
Shoenberger ft Go's Hone Shoes.
1 An KEGS machine made horse
LUU Shoes, assorted sizes.
P. O. HILDRBTH A RRQ.
Hydraulio Cement.
1 AH BBIS. HUDSON RIVER GKMKNT
1UU tbebeatlnon.
P. O. HTLDREXH 4 BKO.
gttmbattt gaUtttitig.
1868. 1869.
I;
Fall & Winter Fashions
A. M. ADAMS
Has received his ;fall and
winter stock of superior
CLOTHS,
CASSI MERES,
YHSTIN?S,
From Superfine to Medium.
And will be made up to order In the latest
style and at as low prloea as any other house
In the city. I invite my friends and the
public generally to call and examine my
goods before purchasing. We guarantee
8HtlsfACtion to all who will favor us with
their orders. A well selected stock of
FURNISHING GOODS,
AT LOW PRICES.
I have a large lot of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, bought In New York at greatly
reduoed prices ana will sell them so.
Come and try how low you can got a suit
for.
NO. M WATER STREET.
sep30-<I4w WHEELING. W.'VA.
frg ggoflg.
1868. Fall and Winter. 1869.
THE liinGBST,
THE BEST.
AND
The Cheapest
IiOT OF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS
ASD
NOTIONS
IN THE CITY IS AT
FISHER & SEAMON'S
116 MAIN STREET,
sep2-l
LARGE STOCK
OP
IF all & ~W inter*
DRY GOODS!
OPENING AT THE
ISTEW STORE
OF
HENRY ROEMER,
No. 36, Kant uldo Slain and Middle Bts.,
Centro Wheeling:.
Call and Seo the Bargains!
sepTP
Wholesale and Retail!
GRAND OPENING
OF A
CHOICE SELECTION
OF
FANCY AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS!
Notions, Carpets, &c., Sc.,
Which will be sold exclusively for cash at
Less Than New York Prices!
THIB IB THE LABGE8T STOCK THAT
has been opened in this city for years,
and will bo sold at prices that will give general
satisfaction to all cash buyers who will
favor me with a call.
Good, fast colored Print* from 10 to 12%c;
good, Bleached and unbleached Muslin from
irom 10 to 12%c? all other goods in proportion.
SHi.80.011^111! Jnd*e for y?uraelf at Noa. 31
A 83 Main St., Centre Wheeling, and oblige.
JOHN ROEMER.
aoggy
FAXTOH & OGLEBAY
Wholesale Grocers
NO. B4 MAIN ST.,
WHKEU5Gi W. TA.
Have received and offer for
sale at lowest market rates, via:
160 Bass Rio Ooflfee.
en Hoif nh<xH? ?* ** ? ?
Teas. *i * *aa impu
30 Half Chests Black Tea.
tl
100 BbCi Refined Sugar*.
oopg^Tiom Logwood, N^CS&BI
8,1 examlnatlon of our stock
aepW wanting anything in our line.
KAO EXCELSIOR HAND POIOTD\J\J
ed Horse HhoeNalte, assorted stzae.
a ecu P.o.miSfea^
gogau'g ffalttmn.
T. H. LOGAN & CO.,
" Wholesulo
DRUGGISTS,
NO. 47 MAIN STREET,
Wheeling, W. Va.
E. B. F.
IiOG-AN, LIST & OO.'S
EXCELSIOR
BAKING
POWDER!
INUXfliNtf JiUUALi TU II
IN THE MARKET.
Tnis article Is entirely different from and
superior to the Yeast or Baking Powders
emmonly sold.
It Is prepared from the purest material
expressly for Family use.
It contains no harmful Ingredients, and lc
warranted to moke light and healthy Bread
In all cases where good fionr Is used.
We will warrant it superior in every respect
to any article of the kind In this or any
other market.
It.may be used In making Light Loai
Bread. It is especially convenient in making
Biscuit, Rusk, Bweet Cakes, Pastry, Puddings.
and all kinds of Griddle Cakes.
You can bafco immediately after mixing
your dough or batter with the Excel&loi
Baking Powder.
FROM ALL PART3 OF THE COUNTRY
EAST,
WEST,
NORTH,
SOUTH,
We have letters from Ladia, Hotels, Dealera.
Ac., speaking of our
EXCELSIOR
BAKING POWDEB
i
AS THI
Best They have ever Used.
BEND FOR THE
EXCELSIOR RECEIPT BOOK!
It shows bow to make all kinds of
CAKES,
PUDDINGS,
GRIDDLE CAKES,
&c? &c.
If you want light, crisp, wholesome Biscuit
and Batter Cakes which will melt In
your mouth like honey, and never Interfere
with your good digestion, you will ase the
Excelsior Baking Powder. Hundreds of
families have been using it for the last five
year*, and with universal satisfaction.
Dealers and families are cautioned against
imitations of tbo ".Excelsior Baking Powder."
The genuine will bave the address of
LOGAN, LIST A CO. on each label.
Dealers supplied on liberal terms, by
T. H. LOGAN A CO. A LOGAN, LIST A OO.,
Wholesale Drmgiiti,
octf Whidjko; W. VA.
JWeam&oat*.
For Pllltbnrgb.
?m? . The fine steamer "NORA," Cant
Jacob B. Hashes, will leave as
JfiSSaiabove, Saturday, the 17th. at 7
o'clock, p. m:
For freight apply on board or to
OQ15-21 BOQTH.BATTLLE A CO., Agt?.
Wheeling, Mnrlettr* and Parkertbnre
Dally Packets.
m.The aide wheel steamer* "re.
, JKjABECCA" and "KXPRiaa."
JBBBtm Rebecoo leaves Wheeling every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at eleven
o'clock A. M.
Express leaves Wheeling every Tuetdav,
Thursday and Saturday, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Connecting at Bellalre with trains from
Pittsburgh, due at 11 a. x.
Freight receipted through to all points betwee*
co
sepl?-3m Agents.
gov gtnt. ?
For Rent.
A SMALL TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE
A on John street, with Ave rooms and
Kitchen?neat, comfortable and convenient.
Possession given immediately.
oot8 -T t I. IRWIN.
]f*U.
Desirable Besl E?tate for Sale.
mllE FARM BOW OCGUPIKD BY W5I.
1 P. Brady, near the town of West Liberty,
which la one of the finest located and best Improved
larma In the county. It has all ihe
modern conveniences In the way of buildings,
and cannot be surpassed for Its abundance
and variety of rrnlt, both large and
small. It also has a line large vineyaul.
Any person Wishing a desirable residence,
oonvenlent to cbnrcnea and schools, should
apply to I. F. Jones, or on the premises.
Also a smajiiarm 01 ouorou acres or wen
improved land,wlth good buildings on it, on
the .National Koa'J, 12 miles east of Wheeling.
Wlllbs sold oil reasonable terms and
possession given 1 mmediately. Fat particulars
apply to I. F. Jones, attorney at law. opposite
the Court Home, Wheeling, W.Va.,
or 01 J. D. Maxwell, on the premises.
ocl-lmd&y
Valuable Property for Sale.
The undersigned offer at frivate
sale their very desirable property
situated one-half mile south of BE. CI airevllie,
Belmont county, Ohio, and within
one-quarter of a mile of the tit. ClalrsvJUe
and Warnock's pike.
Bald farm eon tains 373? acres of land of the
Very best quality, all cleared and conveniently
divided into fields ; good fences, and
, a coal bank open on the premises.
The improvements consist of a well-finished
two-story Brick House, with two good
cellars under it,(one of them a wine cellar.}
new Frame Barn and Carriage House, Brick
Wash House and Smoke House, Coal House
and a never-Oiling mell of water under the
same roof with Kitchen: a Cistern convenient
to Kitchen and Wash House; In short,
nearly all the conveniences that could be
desired,
The atock of Fruit is not excelled in Eastern
uhlo, consisting of a large Apple Orch'
ard, UO thrifty Feaoh trees, mostly grafted,
; 75 Fear trees, 85 Cherry tree*,36 Plum trots,
all of the best varieties, one acre In Grapes,
one*half acre In Small Fruits. Including
Currants and Berries of all kinds.
For further Information apply to (bote
living ou the premises.
MARY COOPER,
and heirs of Nicholas Cooper, dee'd.
, OQt7-d2tawAw3w
For Sale.
tf'Y AAA STOCK IN THE MERCHANTS
$ I >UU\" and Mechanics Bank of Wheel,
lug. Also two lots or ground situated on the
south-east corner of 3d and Pine streets,
, South Wheeling or Ritchie town. Said lots
are numbered 1 ft 2 in square number 9.
1 TH08.0'BRiEN,
?=op30 Real Estate Agent.
Factory for Sale.
OUR FIVE-STORY BRICK BUILDING.
With FOUR .LOTS attached, containing
? OltlttODlOUA BUILDINGS,
' for Office, Warehonae, BlacUwiuitb
Shop, etc.
Also, "with tho above,
One Euglne, SO H. P., F!y*WbeeI, and
3 Boilers; One LlneofShaftlnr, etc.
The above properly la well adapted for
r manufacturing purposes, and In excellent
, condition, ana next equare to the Post office.
? Terms, part cub, and reasonable time.
KOEWAX IRON M'F'GCO.,
Jyl5-tf Cor. 4th and Clarets.
For Sale and Rent,
BUBINE88 BASEMENT ROOMS,
finished office* and Dagnerrlan roomy in
second story, and rooms for other purposes
; for rent In my bride block on Main street.
Possession given immediately.
Building lots and dwelling houses for sale.
Also a manufacturing site, containing eight
lots, fronting on Main street and the river.
between I lie lielmont and Klver-felde Mill*,
Sixtli Ward. Also my con ntry place for sale.
THOS. UUKNBROOK.
Office, No. 11S>? Main street, above Menroe,
np h La Ira. febl4-tr
Flour, Coffee & Syrups.
OA A B BUB. ATLANTIC MILLS FLO OK.
/wUU 100 bbls. Snow-Drop family flour.
25 44 Pure Eye flour.
to bags Bio Coffee.
85 bbis By raps.
AIeo, a full assortment of
GROCERIES,
always In store, which I offer to tbe trade at
lowest wholesale prices.
JOSEPH BPETDEL,
sep29 No. 48 Main street.
Wi 1 Ma -!1? W! i ? '1
Mrs sum, minors' smK!
mHE BTRIKE OF THE M IN EH 8 OF
JL the Bboridan Coal "Works has been satisfactorily
adjusted; the men have resumed
5 work. Those-who wish to procure a supply
for winter should .leave their orders Immediately.
PRICH LIST.
Nut coal - 7 cts. 50 bushels.,.?...*3 50
Mixed coal X 8 44 44 4 00
Clean 44 XX... 9 4 4 44 " 4 50
Parlor " XXX.10 44 44 44 5 00
All measure warranted.
Office Sheridan Coal Works?Market bL.
opposite Union St.. Wheeling, W. Va.
sepia OAPEHAKT AMcMEt'HEN.
, EDWARD L. NICULL.
MiVTTPiWI lllf U
Picture & Looting Glass Frames,
Fancy Braokets & Book Shelves.
ASD DB&LKB1K
chitomos. lithographs, engra.ving8.
photoobaph8. artists'
materials, pictuhe cord, NAILS
and TAHHBTA
Pictures framed In the beet style of the art.
Looking masses made and repaired.
MARKET STREET,
aep2a~ly opposite McLnre Hooae.
FBOltE A BODLKT S,
MASUFACTUEERS OF
Bnggies, Carriages anil Roctaways.
XTTE HAVE for 8ALB, AT our
YV Manufactory, corner 4th A Clay st?.p
below the Hempfiold r. r. Depot, Wheeling.
West Va.
All the latest styles of Carriage Work.
Special attention given to K1CPAIHLNO.
angl7-4md
Fresh Fish.
T3E UNDEB8IGNED IS NOW RECEIVlng
dally
Fresh Lake Fish,
at his store on Water Btreet, which'will be
sold at the lowest rates. ?
oct9-lf JOHW McCLnfiKY.
Teas and Tobaccos.
oa half, chkstb g. p.. y. h. and
OU Oolong Teas.
75 boxes choice dark navy tobacco.
55 boxes V lrginla twist and bright pounds.
85 boxes W. *? Grant navy and 10's.
20 boxes RnneH and ft naw ar>*
Ju*t received and for sale by
an%29 HOWELL. BlOpv "Igr.nAm
Tar, Rosin and Hoofing Cement
20 SB^ ESBS&K?"* TAK30
* Roofing Cement.
ftiSTttowMfSinSinPIn one gallon cans,
and ?r?3e tow! "*"P*8" "*1.oa han^
.-rta ohas. h. berry,
*"**" No- 18 Wator IM
Tobacco Twine.
19ft0 ij? ??tton twine.
Kir ifi ^ .J uto Twino.
r or sale low by
_? OHAS. H. BERRY,
Ir<p -? NowlH Water ?t
THTELLIOESC'EK job office,
a No. IS Qnlacy street.
DBA Y TICKETS AND BILLJ3 OF LADING
PRrviDiuuTxi i
- ?w?na.nnin Afii; rU9i?as.
CHECKS, NOTES, RECEIPTS.
SHOW BUJJ3 for Country Merchants. %
CARDS AND BU^TeEeaDS neatly printed
MAIflTFACTURERS^LABKUa.
INSURANCE POLICIES AND BLANKS

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