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WHEELING INTELLIGENCER
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each insertion ac
mm" Ton lines or lean make a square.
mm Tianftfcmt advertisements cash in adpanes,
Mauri ages avd Fuhzbai. Notices, 73
when under six lines.
tsnople announcements of Deaths, gratis
*?" No notice will be taken or oommunlcations
not accompanied by a reipon&ible
name. The w??* will be considered confidential,
but must In all cases accompany letters
as a guarantee of good lalih.
UmCKl HO. 15 QOICT HTKEET.
FHBW, HAG AN 8 & HAIjY*.
noniwroMMm
TUOIISDAT HOBMISG, SOT. 5.
COOP THAT CHICKK.% !
Line* Addrttud to the Wheeling JRegUler.
Coop that Rooster, for he's weary,
And his drooping head la dreary!
Coop him, hide him, It la best;
For there's not a chicken to fear him.
And there's not a hen to cheer him.
And there's no egg lalc\ near him?
Scorned by thoee who did revere him?
Hide him?coop him?let him rest.
Coop that Booster, for he's gasping.
And his toes each other cla&plng,
Quiver with the Hear/nl rasping
He received on Tuaday leut!
For the hearts that did adore him,
And the hands that upward bore him,
And the feet that ran before him.
Join tnenuiKi or tnose wst lore Him?
Those ttutwtth>BooilM,i comb!
Oblhk comb is cat and bloody,
Ana bis legi are bruised and maddy,
And bis breast wltb blood is raddy,
-And his gills are darkly blue!
Empty craw and bnrated gizzard.
Tall and wings completely scissored,
Felled at one decisive blizzard?
Boated?skinned from A to lszsrd?
O, poor cock-a-doodle doo!
K< K, K,
West Virginia bad a small loach o
the Kla-Klux Taesdsy. Oar telegraa
from down tbe river say** tbej?lan took
poseasion of tbe polls at Ceredo Waym
. County, and allowed nobody bat theii
i' own members to vote. We .trust similar
oatrages bave not been committed
at other plaoea not within reach of tel
tgrapb.
?au in TU0 vote.
W1U oar friends in counties whoai
votes In tlie Presidential ?lection hav
not yet been reported, please send then
long. It la becoming an interestim
question bow big Grant's majority la !i
tbe State and we would be glad!/on
friends would furnish their part of th?
anawer.
Thji later news from New Yori
ahowa that It- goes Democratic by a
small majority. This is clearly tbe re
suit o! enormous frauda In New Yorl
city and Brooklyn. Fortunately 1
makes no difference In the general re
aulU There is evidence that at leas
15,000 fraudulent Democratic votes wort
east andHoffman # election will be con
tested. !/ V.
New Juan goes Democratic by i
thousand majority, elects a Democrat
io Governor snd s Legislature which
will choose s Democratic U. 8. Sen
ator tA succeed Mr. Freliughuysen. Ii
lew of this and the "abolition" inroads
Into Ke&tucky, we shall not b<
surprised if Mr. Nasby abandons "tbi
oorMnMmd goes back to hisoldliomc
the "SaSofa Beat."
Tils anxiety or Mr. Seymour's friendi
leat the the cares of the Presidential
office should unsettle his mind has
proven entirely unnecessary.
OHoa more Seymour may ask hli
friends. Where sre the victories yon
I??wuaumu w> auu lum iime mere u
no answer bat the echo, where?
The additional news this morning
from the Stste is of the same character
as Uiat; yasterday?still nothing bal
Republican gain*. The gains in some
of theoountles are aatonlsblpg. Dp bur
|tra ua 350 gain on her vote o]
last montb; Wood nearly 400; T?yloi
U0| Doddridge 87: Harrlaon aome
wbere near 2&0-, Jefferson 80; and ao'on
At Ibis rata tbe majority will run np u
7000 or 8000.
- It ii-_aotabl* that the conn.Uea whlct
are oandldatea for ths Capital all glr<
large BepnbUoangalna. Upahur, Har
riaon, Wood, and Taylor. Kanawbi
will so donbt do (he aame thing
Buokkannon beau tbem- all though.
It wonbl have been better for thai
plaoe to have given a email Democra
tlo role. There will be a few fitmft
orata In the Legislator* and the? wll
hardly like to take the capital to
plaoe where there are no Democrat* a
all?only one for a neat egg. Brothe
Noi^eott. can't you make a?olnJ_ther
on UulSaHSHdO'ffiimSan In favor o
ClarkaburgT
Tomcat'selection, as indicate)
3^ our telegrams thla moralne. reeott
In the onoloe of Grant aud Coira:
for P^jmeptyid Vloe President. of th
Oar readers will be surprised to lejtn
that the foregoing admission is froc
yeeterday*a Wlieellng Rrgislcr.
May we not hope, now that theelec
tlnM.a<*aH * - -
w,?r "no, aouing is to b
made by looser oooce.lm.nt, tb.t O.
W? readers i
r*?*nl'i? MM)';?r &S Oolober el?
linn lS|B>i yfcjwl?. W> hmn,,
ned its oolomni from day to day CTI
ainc. aom* auu
ment In oomotlon^of it. first UMttlo
that the Stmt. rave. Demooratio majo
UJ U1 o,wu. Xfc u uuw lounccu ??J
alno* that election, about Urn* tbetrul
VMrM|K told about it, if it ever is i
be told, In the oolumna of that paper.
. :>v-i
. WEST VIRGINIA ELECTION.
Special Returns to the Intelligencer.
LUOOLV.
Republican. Democrat.
ootofob.
I Stevenson .v 107 { Camden. .)&
I AUDITOR. *? *"
> Boggesa 1071 Mayer......;. 185
TREASURER.
*? ? i/w i nr.n,?_ ' i?.
r ^attorwbt oeneiuj..
Melvln 107 | Willey IS!
. jodqb fidfbsmk court.
J Berkshire ?107 | EdmlaCon ...1M
j conorkhfl.
) Wl'Cher 10S I Moore... 13(
b. f. cubkt, Recorder.
? I'AT KITE.
Republican. Democrat.
GOVERNOR.
Stevenson 283 | Camden. 271
aecbktaby op statx. "
? Pipe* 2881 YantU- 271
* auditor.
i Boggesa.-.. 288 | Mayer 277
tbbu9urjcr.
U Macanley ....288 | Walker 277
a-tormhy general.
Melvln .....284 | Wllley 275
judos 8uphem /: court,
> Berkshire......'....*286 J Edmlaton ..277
j congress.
WUcher .....286 | Moore 275
state senate.
i Young.. 2741 Flanagan 96
| Sperry........ 18'J
\ house of dklboatbs.
\ Klnoald 287 I Ankram... 280
bdbvetob.
Shreves..... ?288 J Tyree 269
basdolpii.
beverly, W. ya.. Oct. 31, '68.
JSctilora Intelligencer;
Sirs : Isent you a statement of the |
voles or itanuoipn county on me
day of October* For Governor. Stevenson
-211 votes, Camden 23S; for Conpress,
Brown 239, McGrew 197; for
Judge, Circuit, Louis 248, Harrison 206;
for House of Delegates, Hatton 231,
Bennett212; for Recorder, Banntb208,
Karle 230; for Prosecuting Attorney,
Kittle 219, Arnold 216. The Democrats*
have a majority In our county with the
exception, ot Earle and Kittle?these
two are Republicans; and for Senate,
Potmen 234 votes, Farnaworth 206.
G. B.
T11LOB.
Pbukt-ytown, Taylor Co.,1
November 3, 1868. J
Editors Intelligencer:
We have just finished counting the
vote for Court House township. There
were cast, for Seymour 70 votes; Grant
54; Seymour's majority 22. This is a
gain for the Republicans of 18 votes as
compared with the vote for Governor.
If each township does as well we will
carry the county by 113 majority.
Yours truly, H. Slnskl.
XftllKltAX.
JNBW UUKKK, JNOV. 3, 7>4 P. M.
Bditora Intelligencer:
Gentlemen?We polled at this place
to day, 115 votes, 83 tqr Grant and Colfax;
and 32 for Seymour and 'Blair.
I will send yon the official vote of the
County soon.. Tills Township will
give 75 Republican majority, > gain ol
16 over the State election.
Tours.
J. J. BABSKTT.
PRKVfOK.
King wood, Novembers.
Editors Intelligencer:
King wood gives Grant* 107 votes anc
Seymour 75. H. Startzman.
- .! ?
In the early part of the campaign W4
had occasion to notice the appolntmen
of John Righter aa a delegate fron
' Harrison Jcounty to the Grafton Con
> vention, supposing It to be Gapt. Johi
- Righter, the guerrilla. Being corrected
* by the Clarksburg Conservative and in
r formed that it was not the Captain, bu
- hia cousin, we said the Captain whs th
1 better man of the two? because Jae stall
* at home and did not claim what he ba<
forfeited, while (be other was demand
Ing it for him. It now affords us mud
B pleasure to take this all baok. Mi
B John B. Itighier the aforesaid delegnt
3 to Grafton, showed by bis vote Tuee
g day that onr remark was undeserved
1 He voted the clean Republican ticket
r and voted It like an honest man, be
, cause he believed Grant was a bette
man for President than Seymour (o
Blair) and believed it would be bette
: for the country to have: Grant In thi
1 Presidential chair. Mr. Righter is on
of hundreds of honest Democrats it
: Weit Virginia who showed last Tues
1 day they cared more fur their countrj
* than for their party.
s Thompson's Bank Note Reporter fo
" this week, makes the following sugges
lions of the probable financial course o
x the next Administration The time ii
near at hand when financiers and po
[ I It leal economists can talk sense with
. j>ut Injuring their party, and then wj
l expect to eee an entire change of fron
_ aa regards paper money, fandlni
3 schemes, resumption, dta. Grant is elect
. ed President, although at the presen
( writing:, the votes are neither cast no:
counted. His position with the peopli
and with Congress is very ranch ai
i was that of General Jackson in his day
i The measures which he shall recom
mend will be carried into operation
Very promptly. In all human proba.
bility, Washburne Of Illinois, will b<
i Secretary of the Treasury. We kno*
i something of Washburne as a financier.
, He will rub the State clean of everj
useless expenditure; in this Grant will
back him. Every dollar of debt incurred
in the war will be held as sacred ac
holy writ. A slow but.sure march will
' be ordered fot specie payments. In
this movement CSpngresa will .'give the
necessary laws without hesitation. We
anticipate nothing arbitrary, nothing
forced in the measures to be adopted',
r for we see no necessity for forcing a re.
sumption. It can be done, and il, should
be done, on the same principles that t he
boy Grant adpoted In getting-tij^^^B
. on the cart, even belore be had studied
> the lever power atWest Point. The
country can bo raised by the. lever and
iwrpw nf nnnAilaniw and nrtnl.antlnn I/.
' a specie standard; without a violent ef?
fort. We venture to givefta Imperffici
. draft of tile screw and block arrangemeat
which, in oar opinion, will, after
repeated revolution, Aerate our paper
money to the pair with gold : 1. Let all
. our funded debt entirely alone, except
t by me payment of interest as now.
2. Authorise a 20-year 5 per cent, bond,
\ interest and principal, in gold. S. An
thorite a 10-year 5 per cent, bond, int*rI
eat amd principal in gold. Thla 10-yeai
bond to be payable otrtlemandj at th<
1 option of the holder,In Currency, at pm
t and interest. 4. Give out these bondi
r In pairs?athooaand of the 20-year?anc
. a thousand of the 10-year bOnda togeth
: fr?in exchange for currenoy.
1 ?? :
Thk Springfield Republican says
''Between trying to be a journal affl i
1 party organ?between its aping of tlx
- Ilerald and its fears of Brick Pome
c roy's paper?the World ia very nlgt
a making an asa oi itself."
. ? . ? f
- ' Win*Tr*wwmM*acB <>lh?Rnn(l
Carolinians will teach their children t?
- lisp the name Beauregard ao long ai
. patriotism is esteemed," * a re marl
k which gives a very good idea of whu
e Wade Hampton regards. as ^afcriousm
9 Gov. Faibohilp. of Wlsounsin, whi
Q has carried an empty left sleer* alna
5- one of the battles, or the war, has pre
.. aented half a dozen pairs or odd dre?
glove* toGen. 8iannaxxi, of Vermont
who baa a empty right aleeve.
. 9 >
n Q?Mal Grjlxt whipped the rebel
? for as. JVe have whipped the Copper
fi bead? for him.
>u ???- il*
~ I Hoaiom eanun hu addressed op
I <^tharia*
i?UG ff nuiiiiimp
CINCINNATI, Not. 4?1 A. M.
ifon. Se/ms/Ur Colfax, South Send
Twenty thonnand rejoicing Bepubll~n.in
Imnt'of (be Gazette office send
TOO their congratnlatioDB. Ohio goes
i Sver 40,000. Biobabd Smith.,
SOUTH Bhnd, NOV. 3?2:50 P. M. '
' T&Sichard ,
' yotMticfc iff&S
, voice or the American people demands
Peace for the nation, and protection for
. all its citizens, South aa well aa North,
1 against the hostility ot traltora>thome
. as well aa enemies abroad.
1 BcntnuH Cot^AX.
' - The XUlt Cowtgrta*.
Elections were held Tneadayjfpr one
hundred and sixty-eight Representatives.
completing the membership of
that House. Beturns thus far at hand
, indicate that 102 Kepnblioana and 36
Democrats were chosen, a Republican
loss ol four members. The opposition
' hnvincr nreviously ttfuad eiRht mem
r bera, the entire Republican vote In the
next House will stand 149 Republicans
; to 66 Democrat8,vleaving both branchea
of Congress Republican by considera
bly more than a two-thirds majority.?
IHlUburgh Gazette.
: ^;
Scmoeratle Opinion of West Tlfglala.
West Virginia has gone for the radical.
Owing her existence as a separate
State to a plain and direct violation
of the Constitution, sne no aonbt
feels herself boand to make her~whole
career a serious of gross violation of
that instrument.?Louisville Journal. Emerson
made a bull in hia last lecture
in Boston when he apoke of a
man "sleeping under a wagon, 'with
nothing but the stars above hlmj -when
a farmer would give him no more.''
DIED.
McMASTER?On Tuesday evening, Nov.
84,1*68, Gasoline, win or George McMutor,
aged 41 years; Smonths and 17 days. .
I The fanefal will, take, place Friday at 10
I o'clock a. m., from her residence on Main
treeL Friends of the family are invited to
attend.- .
i I i i i 1-I
Jfpet&t &rtUe$.
TJBJB . *
National Trust Co.
of thk citt ok ukw torx,"
Ho. SM BKOADWAT.
Capital, ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
CHARTERED BY THE STATE.
Darius R. MA no am, President.
Jakks Mkebii/l, Secretary
Receives deposits and allows FOUR PER
CENT INTEREST on all Dally Balance*,
rutrfect to Check at Sight. BPECIAL DEPOSITS
lor Six Months, or more, may be made
at live per cent. * The Capital of"ONE MILDION
DOLLARS Is (11 Vlded among over 500
shareholders, comprising many 'gentlemen
or largo wealth and financial experience,
who axe alto personally liable to depositor!
for all obligations of the Company to doubly
the amount of their capital stock. As. the
, NATIONAL TRUST CO. receives deposit*
n largo or small amennts, and perrnltn them
'to be drawn as a whole or lnpartby CHECK
AT SIGHT and WITHOUT NOTICE, allow
ing Interest 111 ALL TlATI.Y TlAT.AH^m, .parties
thioiigbnut tiie country ean:keep.ac
counts in this Institution with.-special ad
vanliges of security, convenience and pxoflt
Jel^md&w
CBISTADOBO'S HA IB DY1
1 la m Htaple of llie loilet.
It Is In demand wherever personal blem
ishew me considered of sufficient cona
sequence to bo removed,
t ITS KFFS&T IS PERFECT:
X IT8 ACTION Il*STA5rrANKOUB.
- Criatadoro's Hair PrtaeiTSttve.
1 AN U BE^UTXFIEK is a preparation c
} equal merit and repute. ;IJs effect upon th
. hair is electrical. . It fastens every loosenin
t dure, replaces harahneai with slikinesa am
flexibility, semi-baldness with luxuriance
? doUneaa with gloss. Its use w'll Incline tb
^ straight est hair to curl, and prevent tb
d drlett from turning gray. It is the favoril
I- at every toilet where it has been tried, an
\x as a means of. keeping the hair tree froi
. scurf or dandiutT, and the scalp from exfolfe
* tions. is perfectly Invaluable.
. Sold by. Druggists, and appUed.by all Hal
Dressers. Manufactory No. 68 Maiden Lan<
I? Principal Depot No. 6 As tor House.
octl9-lmd?w
r S88ATB FOK.XODSO MM.
On tlie Krrow and- Abuse** Incident I
Youth and JK&rly Manhood, with the lit
r iiiRue view of treatment and euro,, lent b,
? moll, Irce of charge. Address UOWA.R1
0 ASSOCIATION, Box P., Philadelphia;Pii.,
2 sc'p^Mmd&w " ' . ^
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FINE
1 WATCHES
B . 1"^
We desire to call the attention or Watcl
buy era to the very fine, Watchaa made by th
\ American Watch Co
! AX WAt,TH AM.
t ' and known aa ttae
r 3-4 PLATE, 16 SIZE,
9 To the manufacture of these Watches thi
1 Company have devoted all the 'science ant
skill in the art at their command, and' con
- fldently claim that for finanea* and ncauty
i not less than for the ffreater excellencies o
. mechanical and scientific correctness of ae
sign and execution, th e^e,Watches wil 1 com'
f pare favorably with the best made-in anj
country.- In this conn try the manufacture
of such Watches hrnot even attempted exceptat
Waltham.
SCOITAHKSBfEOAIT,
i' - Jewelers, Ac., Wheeling.
BcpU-Mo.We.8at - - >
. k i *i 1^5 tm isMIMt
"A Standard Remedy."
audi on Rrtlclo la Dr. Toblu' Venellai
i Liniment." It has stood before the public
for 21 years, and has never raiifd givini
satisfaction-in a single instance. Everj
k drop of this valuable compound is mixed bj
Dr. Tot las himself. Therefore,it can4tlway
* be relied npon. It is warranted superior tc
?i any Other, for the cure of Chronio Rheum a
tlsm, Toothache. Headache, Borer Throat
- Vomiting, Frosted Feet, Mumps, Croup
Burns, Cuts, Sea rtUJgneaw, Insect BUng*
Hnralnn. Hholfirft. Colic. Rnasnia. Dvsenterv
? Brulf&W, Colds, Cougb*, Old Bores, Swellings
?" TJntf, Thaw
U no medkdn^in the ."World" that stead*
more on lis own merits than the "Venetlax
' Liniment." Thousands of Certificates ear
, he seen at the Doctor* office, attesting to iti
r rare virtues. The gieatsale lor. Br. Tobias
I Venetian Umhnenw has lnduoed several on
I principled penons to oounterfeit this" Valu
able XtemccQr;" purchasers cannot be too
careful to see that'-Dr; Toblss* Venetlax
XJnlMtot" is stamped' on the iUtts, done ni
: In yellow paper; and signed "S. I. Tobias.*
i All others are dangerous counterfeit-, juk
9 although they may retmnbu the "Venetlax
' Liniment*1 in oolor and smelL bmon s
i Bold er
keepers throughout the j United States
Price 60 eents and one dollar per bottte. De.
pot 10 Park Pi^ce,Kew York. oelMmdft?
SBST0R1
ORAYMAIB TO ITS ORIQl
ifAL COLOR.
Itke*pa the h*n tram oiling oat. Ill
- thebest dressing In the world, mnklng llle
r; J*. ?uf. teMttyMiair, ltonfrf'Wr j?i
' glossy. ^'stnlartf 9f
- For sale by all druggist*.
B.P.HAia^afe N. H. FXO
.7 prletors. sepss-l
ig8^6irv'^r,,?'
Ll8" . mr iiq Of> i7 vaaaam*
? ? 2 ... _. - . .
LOJ. iunmqjiwv>w
I $\itrtal gmtt*. _
Physical Regulation. Plfl
1 The human body Is Only fctfaHhy when its 1
"parts are sound r -well organized and dispos- ^
Jed, and freely perform their natural funoUou
Tbo eatum of clUwmo orun lit be- wt>
yonil om right, and we learn tbeJr M?r
imz ** - .rr irssz
Infirm or defeottro-'parta. Any '*no
perceptible change in the body or its Tunctiona
indicates the presence jof_ disease
How easily we detect inactive physical or- fj#
ganlsm. How readily we mark any altera- ^
tlon In ' the standard of our vital forges.
Thus we find out our physical depravity, it J*
may.spring from a torpid liver, or inactive h"kldneys,
or a disordered stomaeh, or Impure ?^d
blood. Now,- ,,
MISHLER'S FffRB BITTERS
is a itandard remedy for working out mor- \
blflo matter and purifying the biood and secretlons;
for invigorating the Btomach; fore* 8
ing with healthy action the liver an?l spleen
heading and strengthlng the kidneya; im
parting elsirticlty to the muscles, and a calm
ib^ce to the.hervous system. The debilitated
and enfeebled of both' Bexes and all sges
Will And it the only true, safe and satifiao- A
f tcxrv stomachic and alteratl vo Bitters in oie, FJ-r
and under its vitalising operation, perfect
health aiid-splendid spirits are insured. at
Bold everywhere. n0
DR. 8. B. HABTHAN * CO., .
Bole Proprietors, Lancaster Fa.,
An? No;^, Market street, Pittsburgh, Pa. qjj
* . f - ? - the!
STERLING SILVER WASH ??
, AMD y A. lit
RHP ELECrHO-PLATED WARE. UTI
THE QOBHAU MANUFACTURING CX>., D0
OF PROVIDRROB. RL L, having thelargitt
manufactory of Solid Silver Ware In the . ,
world, with the most improved machinery, ^
and employing :the most skilled labor, aie foot,
enabled to offer an unequalled variety of |R]L*
new and beautiful designs in Dinner ser
viees, Tea Bervlcea.andoveryarticja special- no
lyadaptcg for Holiday (*ud Bridal Gifts. . -p.Theyoffifr
alflD their well-known and un- -Oil
rivalled Nickel Silver Electro-Plated Ware,
in -which they have. Introdnced new patterns
of rare elegance* The Solid Sliver is *"D /
onuvoTifAni to' be of Bterllnor nurltv bvlIT.* B.
Mint assay. The Electro-Plate Is' guaranteed
to be superior to the finest Sheffield
ware. Orders received from the Trade only,
bnt these goOds may be obtained from responsible
dealers everywhere. v
liORHAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
Salesroom No. 8MaIden Lane, N. Y. AAl
nov3-ddfcw4>?m "
ImpnreBlood SIAkesSIck;
The bowels may be oostlve op some organ jJ|
does Its work weakly. .From causes like
these'gases' and gummy' substances occur Qy
which poison the blood; ihe perspiration are
- may be checked; the feet znaybs so clXlleth _pro
I that their fetid exhalations aro thrown back
, upon the blood. Here la cause for pains,
, levers, Inflammations. In: these cases
, Brae dre th*s PI lis-are worth more than sold*
i Five or tlx core at onca. Remember thoyl n
- cure by at onoe removing from the body '
*. these matters which poison the blood and
* make 61 ok. These celebrated Pills Bhould T :
" be in.the house ready. to]
Bee B. Braudreth in white letters <m the jan
Government stamp... Fzlnclpal office Bran
dret h's House, New York. y
Sold by all druggists. ... - oclfl-lmdAw
3 WOH4J. B
FEMALES, OWING TO .THE PKO0- >?f
liar and important relations which tbey *p8
sustain, their peoollar Organization, and the 15111
offices they perform, are subject to many
saOerings. Freedom from these contribute ?*-*
in no sfnall degree to their happiness and 50
welfare, fat none can be nappy who are ill. ?a
Not only ko, but no one of thene various fe- me
malo complaints can loug be suffered tornn. cof.
on without involving thageneral health of calJ
11 the Individual, and ere long producing jper
t> maueut Biuujcu ouu jiiiuwiuio utwuo,
? Nor ill It pleasant to consult a physician for
? the reller of these various delicateailectloiis, n
d and only upon the moat argent necessity
s. will a true woman so far sacrinoe her greatest \
. .charm as to do this. The sex 'will then nua
thanlc us for placing In their band* simple
o Specifics which will be found efficacious In ^
e relieving and curing alm<*t every one of {Zj?
? those troublesome complaints peculiar to JX?
the sex. lot
n Hklubold'h Extract of Bucinr.?Hun- joec
i- dreds snlfer on in silence, and hundreds of be-,
others apply vainly to druggists and doctor*
wtxo either merely, tantalise them with the
Lr nope of a cure or apply remedies which ,r?
m. matte toem worse. J would not wish to as- p#
'sere anything (hat would do injustice to the <ur*afflicted,
hat. l am obliged to say thai al. JJ
tnough it may be produced from exotwlve r~
exhaustion of the powers of ilie. by laborlous
employment, unwholesome air and -JJ
(bod, proluse menstruation, tne use of tea -0 b0
and colTcO. and frequent childbirth, it is Jar bi
.? ortener caused by oirect irritation,applied to
1 ihn ninonii.s membrane of the vaaina iLieJf. A
7 When reviewing the causes ot these dls- fobt
D tresssng complaints, it is most painful to
oon template the attendant evil* consequent A'
upon them., I* is bat simple justice 10 the 1***
subject to enumerate a few Of tt?e many ad1
diUonal causes which so largely affect the , FB
life, health and happlnefca'or woman In all
oiaasea of society, and whleh, consequently. Kmo
affect more or less directly, the wel/areol the p,
* human family.. The mania that exists for Knprecocious
education and marriage, causes fco ?
tlie years that nature designed Tor corporeal fiy
development to be wasted and perverted In /,
the restraints of dreis, the early confine- (
mentor school, and especially In the nn
healthy excitement or the ball room. Thus,
with the body half*dothed, and the mmd
, unduly excited bv' pleasure, neivertlnz In
midnight revel ttfp hours designed by ha0
tore tot sleep and. rest, the work of ties true- py
tlonls half accomplished;.
in cqn^equeflce .of this early 4ralnmx*L CQe
, her system, unnecessary effort is required by
the delicate votary td retain her situation in
school at a later day, thus aggravating the
evil. When one excitement is over, another
in pmpecUver keeps thtt.xnlnd morbidly
lately forbidding the exercise Indispensable
to the attainment and retention of organic
B health; and strength; the exposure to night
1 air; the cnaage of temperature; the
. oomplete p^oetrntionprodacetfby excessive
dancing, must, "of neoet>sliy, produce their
legitimate effect. At last, an early marriage
f ca^s the climax of misery, and the nnior- ..
. tunate one, hlfeUertoeoutMrly-regardleas of
the plain dictates and remonstrances of her
" delicate nature, becomes an unwilling sab* U1?i
rr Ject oT wiertlffal treatment. This is bat a m
, trnthfnl picture of [the experience of thoa- ' I "i
sands df oar young women.
.Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they re- _.
quire ah education of their peculiar nervous T>^
SSSMroatt&SffilaEftSSSS
and lips, evidently under the oontroi'ofmeu* 10-4
talemoUcma an^aW^fctUma[.ateaft*early, Mai
Jong befpre puberity, to habits which top the 8-4
Tery Ufa of thair victims ere nature has self- LI
completed their development. Yar
For Female Weakness and Debility* 81
l Whites orLeuoorrhoaa, Tpo Prornse Mens* Hoi
- truatlon, Exhaustion, Too Long continued
f e'lod*. tor Prolapsns and Bearing Down or rrj?
i Frolapsba Uteris ire omsr the moat perfect xlu
T specific Known* Usuibold's cospouhd
txtbact or bdohd. Directions for ode.
fWe. from >n,
infancy to extreme old age, will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the dlsohaii^of lis '
* functions. Strength is the glory ptmanhood
, and womanhood. . Hxlmsolo'b ?xtbact
Bitchu is more suengthing than any or the
' preparations of Baric or Iraa*?infinitely __
t safer, and mote pie?int. Hemoboldi T|
f lArrsACT Buaatr, haring reoaivedthe In- If
dorsement of the most prominent physicians
* ifc the United States, ishowoflered to afilio
tOd humanity?s a certain cnre fort he mi- YE
S toand ayra ptora.^mjrhafc.
sence of Muscular J-JHclency, JLosb of Ap- m*
' petite. Dyspepsia. Emaciation, Low Spirits,
? Disorganisation or Paralysis of the Ifcfcans
of (Jenoration, Palpitation orthe Heart, and
' in fsct,aU theoompiatot?2ef Si''Menroos and
1 Debilitated state or the system. To insme
> the genuine, cat this out. Ask for Hiut?
? souj'dL Take no other. Sold by Druggists
1 twuie,ar?Jx
Fl
: -
r _ H.T.rtEt.MRnT.n. thei
Fresh Fish.
I ,tp^^^^^S6cpjBi$SbWBXCKTV- The
MlMt, which will be wS
i ?.T^??sgy?gp" Y-. ""
TohMBWWMW. ?
r a]
. sooiitpi^asagr i
*?L i, ***
k?4 .'&*&&? w% *cwl< Vorsi^Eil^f
ttMlfc:8 ' .JV-'-'"'** fcvj?j -^nE <E*'*r
gent gtflturttgramtg.
ubarclh WbedlBK and rmrUmn
bar it Daily Packet Line.
J .Steamers BAYARD.
Cg.Jfc INGOMAR.
SSSC OKEYKAOLB,
SiS* 1iv<?yb^TOKQr>jjt%
ietta and i-arkerhb arg?ami on ? eW
*WO at7 p'clock for ?njfib?|fgb.
P5S33?ijpi^ AgKlt.
VMl IhJUa -3* Monroe ?tra?
New Store.
A T BABEHAB. NO. 68 MAIN BT
spB^EESiSS^XSBtii
^mSSSsseasr%as
aSdii the lowcfct mm. . novt-lwd?
THE "TOUBIST."
NEW STUjB OF BO FX HAT TOl
toman ilist rG^e 1 V?cl St
HARPER A BRO-S.
FUE8 ! PUBS!
LARGE LOT OF OBNTLBMBNl
Cape, Collars and Gloves J oat receive
e5 HABPER <ft BB08.
~ ; Lost.
r HON DAY EVENING, tiio 2nd JlMt
lomewhero between Seoond street an
HcLnre House, via Main and Marie*
its,-ft Morocco bound Memoracdnr
of noivaln6 to any one bat the owne
?eral reward will be paid- If left, at tu
ci/liokkoxb office.
lit**' . j.h. jbnkjnb.
- Lost.
oll:parrot?about two ykab
old; nail oir of the too on the left hlni
, Any one finding the same and returr
t to the Post omoe In Bridgeport will b
ally rewarded.
.UAVJD THOMPSON.
Vi-ly* Bridgeport, Ohl<
.RGAIN8! BARGAINS!
' . ; 'a. )OTS,
STTOE8.
and BUJ3BERS
)D GOODS AT LOW PBIOES
'E ARE NOW BETTER PREPARE
than ever to aall
DOTS AND SHOES
ar stock is large and complete. and v
determined not to be undersold. 1
or Of wbleu we invite examination,
ow IsiJie time to make your pure has
the winter.
FOBBBT & HITCHES,
IT) HO W*I? HT<tl!KT.
Notice.
SAVE THIS DAY DI8P03ED OF M
mire Interest In the 1)RUU BOBU>' Eti
Mean. R. A. McCabe, Wm. Kraft ax
. Heed .and would recommend them to L
or and patronage of
jTnrawwo, Nov. 2d, 1888;
VHKBT.fKO.NOV. 2d? IKS
deferring to the above notice, we woo
orm our friends and the public general!
? .kKll ^ntlnnn <V.n ^uV.nloa.1. 1W
lb KC UUIIl VUUMUUO tuo W UWIWIO vtl
tinea at the old stand, No. CO Main stre
iter the old firm name of M'GAB
LA FT A GO.. Our stock Will At nil tlm
large and complete in every departme
Dd prices low.. We offer superior indue
ntato cash and'hhort time buyersjai
dially invite all purchasers to give uj
L Respectfullj,
R. A. MCOAB
V1L KBAKT.
ov3:3t . , JAME8 BEKI
t. Barton's Tobacco Antidoti
iuu!?TiD To uxors all Duitx ros Tobacco.
irfy xrpetabU and haroCai, and Is *Uo an .xceUeut,
\ Ud MA* the blood, inrlgor^u/
naponMM grtot Doorlshlng ud etreogtbeolodpi
nsAtes the stomach to diftM the hearties* food^iA
> rWVphinr, ud eefahllshaa robust bmXh.jBmoi
. FniXga.
u or toWco, with lists or UsanxmlaJs/referenc
t?r risK. Agists wsutod. Add
T. B. Aison, Jcy> Cltj, K. J
TE\TIM03Sri^La.
otksstm's Tj^xisost.?I receivffl a box of Bimoi
dote trua Rsr. JPosltoo,
ww ts* P. S. T?J|nroy,
? majrply of th? AXTto?TK./TftC OtH fOCCIPed d
orlt 10KXLT. X / O.T. Boots
OS Nsr HAxnxnu wti Panes.?Oofim*
eooo here hsrln^ b*tn cjEed of the appatila for lob
r nine Dr. Bnrtoo'a Attltete, W* dMlr? a mppij
JoiErn MAToXvardej^r N. H. 8Ui* Prison
Bxirxtm'a Ttsmt/rr. ? Dr\Bartcn'? AntldoU
CC9 hot aetompii/ud off claimtiifor it.
W. SUajf l?t ?*t. Bankfefew AIb*u7. lad
CLxaaTHAs'fyRsnvovy.?OnrBoz or Ajrixec
4my brotherjfcd mystlC It sryrArAii*. ^
B*r._yw. slonum, X?U?JU8Uiian,Pa
OK TOT JQUCX HllDOTltrnt, Lf*ir. Milt<nA.f
vr*. L. wUrr, J a
o*Ahi Sotmror Hon JoxntVAU BAgtMOl
-Qbbox of Barton'* Antidote nmom oOdMr*
?d from a*. I tiki plcaaor* to rtcommtodl* H
bfttdtrt T. T. 8ultk*;IS?k
% FOR 8ALE BV ALL DRUGGIST*-?
[Trademark X Copyrighted."]
NEW FIRM.
D. K. IB WIN & CO.,
KW STORK. NO. 75 MAIN STB EE
New Goods. Jasticcelvedrad lor u
SEdox en Peaches.
BOO " Tomatoes;
aw." Peas.
200 ? Green Corn.
800 " Cove Oysters.
100 " string Beans.
loo u Window's Celebrated Porilac
Corn.
60 M Lima Beans.
60 " Blackberries.
60 " Htrawberrias.
60 " Egg Plums*
60 V Pine Apples.
30. " Cranberry tauoe.
20 M Wick's Cumberland Sance.
11 kinds of Jellies. Plokies. Catsup
Its, Nuts, Fine dandles, Tobacoo at
u?? VMYB urn m am, nova
a Housekeepers
A
CAD THIS FOLbOWINO ASD G
AND SEE.
ldvnne all Linen Napkin* - . .
am 91 50 to.... JL.... 2 OCTpr do
dc-a-bnek Toweling only.;.^. too pr y
Table r.ttiaw, warTnuted all'
nen, worth Cl 60 at.1 00 pr j
d wide BhakerFlannel,worth
in ? ?.* ??i .Wmuwim. Wl% **
ley Comb Quilts only 1Tf ^ ^
ih Linens, ?
Bird Eye Linens.
?3 *,rv PiUow Linens.
Marseilles Qnilt
At exbsmatylovprice*'
RESS GOODS
hepps',
black lustre
all other styles of Dress Goods in tl
mart el_
[JRS:! FURS! PURS
ic jr. .IT
have
AWtoTBlberlsa Bqulnrt fog #?.oe.
Blankets
will sell a good 10-4 all w ool Blanket ft
yw5fit?lWii?tflyrnirtaifttooit that i
I Mil ebespar Hum aoy oUur boue l
?"7' BRUES A SAKDKBa',
rm aa^tuag
Teas and Tobaccos.
l HALT cassis S. P, T. B. AS
JM?re5ar5l?Si?5'^Sr""'
H liO WKLL, BlOQpVlXU) A O
} JbsrriVife . ... ?A ys.y ^Tymi>n
Scott & Hennegen,
:
* WHOLBSALE AND RETAIL ^
-y'*' J
JEWELERS!
ft
Q . : - 1 ' t
t
j and dealers in All the desirable stylos of
' *JrnTnP>*Tn*flM, K Q
t American and Swiss
tilj ot
WATCHES !
^ i tel~ ,.? i y? siW$ ?4
1 SoM Silver & Silver Flatea ware
JEWELRY,
3
I i > -1. t* **,**. ?
J OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.;
< v '
3 CLOCKS & FANCY GOODS.
d
T *" -.'-si. Srta V... J al1 wyift ijj'' '
104 liAXM STRUT,
>. v - .S : *
' MEBCHANT8 BLOCK.
jmn '
rpHB LARGEST AND MOST COM PLKTE
X assortment of
TUS3ES?Blngla and Doable?
\ OHUDLDUK UUA.UEM,
D BUPi*ORTER8, etc.,
In the city, can. be foond at
KDMDND BOOKING'S
re aud BOOKING A MILLERS
JX
oc23 Drugstore.
Bi ?\fr- ksfcs^ ?8St I? J
_ O IE Mi ES . 'IST T .
II. BJflEJBOJJI'8
| Phoenix Hydraulic Cement
be 7?OR HYDRAULIC; ENERGY, EQUAL
r to any manufactured in the United
Una are very respectfully solicited to give
us a trial. Forsalo in any quantity. Don't
forget the brand. . Always remember tbe
Id beet Is the cheapest. Capacity of oar Mill*
iy, equal to any demand. Order* solicited and
ai promptly filled.
BL P. C. HILJ>RKTH A BRO., Agents. IQl
B. West Virginia, No. 68 Mala street, Wheeling,
en W. Va. ocl7-3m
^ TTN1TBD STATES OF AMEBIOA.
3(J U District or Wxst Virginia, s. a
<? B. Clark 48on, 1 Attachment Id
E. The 8 team boat "Picket." j Admiralty.
Whereas, lltnl iraa filed Hi the Olitrlct
> Court of the United mates for the IJlgtrict ol
Wejrt Virginia, on.tho 38Uidasr of October,
1868,by bamael Clark and J. w.Clark, part/
nera nnder tbe arm name of S, Olark & Bon,
A, against Ihfl RtMmbnat **Plelr?y' >i*?r pnrinpa,
u* machinery, tackle, outfit, apparelanditirwr.
niture. Now therefore, in pursuance of the
"J monition nnder the seal of the said court to
me directed and delivered, I do hereby give
public notice to ail persona claiming the
a Bald steamboat, her engines, machinery,
tackle,.apparel, outfit and furniture, or in
any manner interested therein, that they
oo uiu upptutf uoiuru uo ma Dismoi. uiari
qT to be held at the city of "Wheeling, In and
a for the District of West Virginia, on Ihe nth
' day of November, 1868, at 10 o'clock in the
m- forenoon of that day. (provided the same
^ shall bea day of I or lialction?otherwise on
-. tne next day of Jurisdiction thereafter) then
12 and there to interpose their claims, and to
? make their allegations in tbat behalf.
* hKDQUAN BLACK.
u U. 8. Marshall, District W. Va.
(4 By Wm. H. Irwin, Depty Marshal.
Crawmick a WhkAt, Proctor*. oc8Q?14td.
" Flour, Coffee & Syrups.
b| ?
Onn BBUB. ATLANTIC MILLS FLOUR.
3 /y\Jl/ i00 bbis. Snow-Drop family Hoar.
25 ? Pure Bye floor,
m to bags Rio Coffee.
85 bblsByrnpt
i Also, a full assortment of
GHOCEKIES,
always in store, which I offer to the tradeat
f- lowest wholesale prices.
le Joseph bpeidel,
sep89 No. 48 Main ttoeet.
EDWARD L. NICOLL
VAKUTACTtmiB OF
5 Picture & Mbe Glass Frames,
Fancy Brackets & Book Shelves,
AND DKALKRIS
5 CH ROM OS. LITHOGRAPHS, ENGRA.Vm<j8,
PHOTOQRAPHB, ARTIttTfl'
MA-^JAP^ftBOOW),
O oct23 M ^onw^^^wHoose.
Boys Wanted.
^y^NTED?SEVERAL WELL GROWN
d wlMfr ?B Wii:* nS?. Jt?**tUy ?ta
-. 1 i J'.l '?- I . ' %
Sheet Bolls for Sale
O* THB'^pLLO^yTBQ SIZES
Colli, two pairs, Length S81n. Diameter 20 In
son. onogOr, Length in., Diameter u In
i ^ WbMOilSwafcric-# - ?S
6 For tertna and farther particulars, apply
*2 to or *ddrti?
ocSt-2ml
!$bw Frtijt fe?S?S?SivetL
OH Bp^ra iTBW I^T^R/LlftlNB.
^ssssssa-i^. j&
IsgKSFWa^^^
~ 'TSSStolSS~y V H
,?** 1 y i'> ijgtj. gmag...Sundries.
*' - ?* ?kg B. J. falfTTtrr^"'i
?o oc27 earner Market and QulooyeSieia.
. oT Bceu *
I QAA *"* Kxt^luia^mfly Flow.
lSBataJutoirSSftWiM
JD8T BBOXTVBP
f ?*. -****???&fe^-BE?RT
Lard OiL
T7IXTRA FAXJ. BTRA1NKD,
i _~!? ^vgoSStt^sagx.
lnlHBWi'^1 M*
>?7wBg
r;:.-?..L: w- - ^v- -..
gtorrtegf g?Ufiog.
Pall & Winter Fashions
~3 t
ATM. ADAMS
TTAJB
JJ. winter ??Ock superior
CLOTHS, ^
CASSIMEHES, V':
T1
VK9T1NOS, PI
. t*
From Superfine to Medium.
And will be made up to order In. the latest e
style and at as low "price* as any other hpase
=
FURNI3HINQ GOODS, 3
at row rmora.
I ^ at
I have a large lot of BBAPT-MAOB *
CLOTHING, bought In New York at greatly
red need prices jmdwUl ?eU them ao. -' =
fQOoms and try how low yoa can set a suit*
epSO-d&w N?" ~~
? w 1 A
W'B 'A
"" ' T- - 18
Silks, Velvets and Furs, si
Rich wine colored and change- ?
able Bllkjk . . . JJ
A Small Earthquake.
500 FW5 TOWSW I
20 pieces all Linen Table Diapers at 75 eta. Ui
200 dozen Ladles' Handkerchiefs at 6%, 10 d
and 12?* centa. - . ai
The beat Bleaahed and Brown Moalln In m
the city at 1?>? o^nta. 11
oe20 J. & RHODES & uo. b]
7 7 ? r-v ? ck
1868. Fall and Winter. 1869: S
"i - oi
K?
? TH? X.AHGE8T. P
? M? Sh ci
r THE BEST.
fy^auBfWfc: agKAKCHt "
The Cheapest -
LOTOV
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC J
DRY GOODS!
ft
axd n
NOT IO N S
3d
i - ? 1H THK UITI IS AT E
' FISHER & SEAMON'S J
KM- L- ' - U
lie HA1H STREET, a
Ilarge stock -1
II
A
.a
; ' op . t
cl
g (?
tti _ n o -m. v r 'i H
jp -aii <sc w mxer ^
* - 'J*'"-^
HC
DRY GOODS!*
j
OPENING AT THE 5
N
I f.-. i *t Vi finn
E
isaS""** *
NEW STORE S
XI
w
OF 5
1
20
oc
HENRY HOEMEE, ?
' , - ' U
f. -* 6J
p
Ho. 36, East aide Main and Diddle Btm^ ^
Centre Wbeellnff. ee
ti
hi
of
Oall and See the Bargains! g
* MPIB 111
~ i
-Wholesale and Retail! ,
f p\
GRAND OPENING h
A
I O* A
OHOIOESE^TIONi
,eO^ ss?vfsncm Jalg
lav | ?? ?>?*. |M
FANCY AND DOMESTIC ?
I bt
ii wiB t i l'T *'
DBX_QC^H6S!;
?*!..a2=E. m -gnma&zm .oil
'i'w ? 1u,!' largest stock twat w
johm boemeb. s|
t? -"*> "* ^nl> ,ist- ,?wil-1^4 ^
.?* *
^t^^sspi^sss^-- ? m
jLJissolution of Pajlne^stiip. ??'
pn pSiSS)M?"josK3. ?}
200 IJMS j
3??. .. V
2U*Tabtt*t*.
For St. Loala.
. The line pawenger steamer EMMrttltx'un
capt. Dlckerson, la m.
hpued to receipt freight through to
j^^?sas5?s5ffiSffi?^to
nort-lf AtmU.
ar Cincinnati, LuUnllMMUAnM,
gmm tlto an* panan steamer B. B.
JJEJ5" H IJUMUN CapL J. T. K uwell, will
^Bphleave ?a above on Saturday, kot.
noyg-tf . . - -Jiitnua.
IhHllDI, BThrlcl ta and Mnntui
09 w.The Elde whael rtMmra -BEonduy.
Wednesday and Friday, at eleven
olockA.it. . . X * 'Z-' f
5SSyiS??S3S?&*
Oonnwntlng at B^Ualro with train* from
itstmrgti, a do at Ua.*. ?
Freight receipted throash to ftll points tereenP&rkerebarg
and Gallipolls.
BOOTH; RATXifiltU 4k CXX.
wpl9-8m Agent*.
For Rent.
1HE WA REB OD8E AND STORES
. of Mala and
Sue store adjoining?fronting Main street,
rce t.WNo?" occup*ied by John JSaxuihou
oSV-tftan?^1 W. I* MCAFEE.
For Sale.
i GOOD TWO STORY BRICK DWELLL
lngln west Bridgeport Ohio, contain>g
roorxooms, neatly papered and painted.
1m>, adjoining the?mflttpewrtflra^rom^
a fctudneai well e?cabliahed[
a parties wishing to purchase I will eell my
ock. or goods. Reasons/or telling property
0 I am Ming Weat. Fortermaanaparon<a3%ggfemkibioi..
ile of Furniture, 8ilver Ware,
Brandy, Etc.
WILL ON FRIDAY. THE UTB DAI
. of November,! 888, at 9 o'clock, a. m., at c
te resldanee lately ocoaphd by Alfred
ilil-vrell, Esq.. deceased, - corner or Hjrron.
id ciuiucy streets, tell at nubile amk?n,
lrrors, marble slab and oraeketa, family, brary,
oil fiotli, bat rack, marole top taea
and marble top ?a>h a lan da. carpets,
i amber sets, stove* and oUier articles or
aosehold mmuaio, beds and bedding. One
"SlwhtMir*a'lltuo
rer one year *?o. I will also sell one Ions late,
containing llop. howl, sugar howl,
vamjug, two tea pots and one coBbe pot,
tmpoeed of alternate layers of silver and .
>pper, very handsome, appraised at 93SO,
robably cost doable tbat amount.
GEO. B. CALDWELL,
^Executor of Alfred Caldwell's Estate.
nov3 lotd - ...
\ r ' For Sale. *
pHE LATE RESIDENCE OP. JAMBS
L TURNKK, deceased, located to tbe town
k Martinsville, Belmont oonnty, Ohio. This
eamuio wvywi/ ?uuw uucxou iut mum, xfc
a good tfrlc* Cottage Mouse, containing
iven rooms, all In good repair. There la
mnected with the bouse one and ahalX acres
f land upon -which there Is some valuable .
nit. For lurtberparticulars enquire of J.
.JTurner^ or Dr. J^Welricb.of Martinsville.
Commissioner's Sale.
[afgara?Waters, Guardian,)
VS. .J- In Chancery.
Stella May Waters, etals. J
5y VIRTUE OK A DECBKE BENDERod
In the above entitled cause ou the ?
ay or October, 1668,1 shall, on Wsdpes day,
ie25th day ot Novmbkr 1868. stiO o'clock
. m. prooeed to sell at the front door or the
ourt House of Ohio county, the following^ c
Bsaibed real estate, or asm&deiicy thereof
rnmii tloneci ln the hill and.
*TMt. Lot number, thirty.five (85) In
anes* Island addition to the city of Wheelr
?g. as laid out by Henry Moore, a* Trustee,
Secondly. jLot number thirly-alx (86) ln' ^
ine's Jsitrnuaddition to the city of Wheelin
?i..ili .i.it in. nr.m.t t.m.i.. . ?
? ? ??rr-!-*.-?
Terms of sfde: Ono-lhfrd (X) of the pur-"
aase money casta, the residua thereof at six
) and twelve (12) months with lhterwi
om the day .of uueWthe purchaser having 11
le privilege of paying such amount in cash
(the time oi pnrcnaae aa he may wish to do)
ivlng notes with good- peiftuhal security to ;
scute tne paymentcX tna. deferred lnataJ- vents,
and retaining the title until .the .
nole purchase nftmey la paid. ? .
W1U-IAM H, CALDWELL.
Commissioner.
O. I*. CRASMKR. Attorney. * odMOt .
Jesirable Residence for Sale
DU E3UAST TO OKoaM OV THK CTR.
cm* Court of Ohlo Cdttrity, entered Octoar
14th. 1888,1 will sell at puniic auction, at
le Court House of said county,on fcatuiday,
ovember 21at, 1868. at 10 o'doc* A. M , the
sidence lately occupied by Alfred Caldwell. sq.,
deceased, corner of Byron and Quincy f
reets. East Wheeling. Thill hnnna <v>ntii?nM
' flnwhwi rooms, with wash-house addlonal
fitted with large stationary tabs, Hot
rad cold hydrants emptying into each tub.
bar* is^as throughout the entire hotue, hot
"cat convenience, good draasatfl to all liio
1 r00^l?n^aU* ** P?tftW7 Toy
10lar*effiearai, separate*cow
^^^sffi^s?sLsafefssi^
KSZ'iffiSiS!*nd p"^<J*?SSrJ^S?nse
about one year ago. t
Term* of Bale:?One-inird of tht pox chase
oney.or inch fanner rnm^p Urn
^uaass^^^r.
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Utxj. a. CALDWm.iCommissionernext
door to ih6
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For Bale.
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