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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, November 05, 1868, Image 4

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PURS,
RIEf^BCXNS,
MILLINERY GOODS,
wA JF 9tr f Ofcn# XI
LADIES HATS, R
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
TCid. G-loves, *
VvasA, Ekpxxu asd Amxahdkb. It
Velvets, Satins, etc. %
D. A. ADLER & CO., ?f
141 Main street. at
<**> St
.A TTrVPTOW, Dl
tie; BBUJ. OF VIMEOAB WILL BE OJ- f '
. byd^Br^AocUoo^BOCT**
tuvridat aaksraq, aov. o. ^
-?' Bel# AdmllKmfnlfi. an
'?0W oioro?u. ct x-. jmwuoi.
The "Tourist." Fors, Furs?Harper v <fc
JBro.
Steamers Bayard, Ingomar, and ai
Qtey E*gle?T. H. Mong. 11a
an
All goods at the lowest living rales
at Hune's grocery 292 Main street.
1 - ? Je
QbkaT ba&oaztt* la Blankets at
Beekman A Emshelmer's, 134 Main ?
Hi
i_ u
Ltjhcn??The good people of the A
Lutheran Church on last evening sent Bil
down a bountiful lunch from their fes- eXj
tival, to the printer boys in thelKTBLL- of
lOKKCEB rooms, for which they have en
lb? thanks of the establishment. m
? ? . ca
Sisamkb St. Maei's.?The St.
Mmry'm was attached at Memphis Wednesday
evening for 920.000 damages for is
carrying a passenger beyond the land- rlj
log'where he was Co get off. The boat ex
gave bond and proceeded on her way. be
" - ? pi
Pottos Court.? Wednesday Morning. ez
?William Harris for carrying a set of ge
false knuckles was fined $1 and costs, ce
. for resisting the officers was fined {3 jy
and coats, for aisault nnd battery was Qp
lined ana corns, una lor utsorueny th
oondact was fined f 20 and oosta. rei
John McCann was fined |5 and costs th
for disorderly oondact.
Frank Lazure for drunkenness" wan 0f
fined |1 and coata. * lii
Tuk Wskill.y Intxlxjobrgkb la
published lb la morning. It contains 8
retarna from twenty.four additional te
OOUU11YB IU IUU 1HU) tJieUUUO UI TT col al
Virginia, and all the freshest elect ion Jt
news op to last evening. In addition ^
to these, the celebrated story by Cbas.
Reade anil Dion Bouclcault la begun in
this number, m tale wbioh baa created b|
no little ihterest in literary circles. Tbe tfa
Weekly can be had *t coantiug
rpom this morning, price five cents,
with or without wrappers.
. V' p
Washington Hall.?While the job- m
Uant Republicans at Washington Hall w
were awaiting election returns laat bt
evening, in answer to reported calls ^
Gov. Peirpolnt, who chanced to be present,
oame upon the platform and made
s^hort but interesting address to the C(
hundreds who were in attendance. ^
West "Virginians have had renewed fv
cause to rejolo? ibat the promise of the 1X1
October elections baa been verified by ct
the returns received from the Frealden- P1
tf?i vote. K
? : at
-Boabd or Supervisors.?An ad- tli
journed meeting of tbe Board was held
yesterday. Prevent; Miller chairman,
Howell, Holllday, Hobbs, A. NY Jacob,
S. S. Jacob, Robinson and Salisbury.
The principal business of the Board ?
yetto.-day was the examination of tbe Ia
election returns, In accordance wllb-tbe '?
Isw'reqUlrlng the meeting of the Board 81
twelve daya after an election. Thin
wu partially opmpleted and will be nflnlahed
at the aeaplon to-day. Hp
In (tie Iransaotiou or miaoellaoeoas le
baalneas, a communication was read a,
calling the attention of the Board to the jD
neoeaaity for. the appointments or a 8l
proxy wfio should caet the vote of the m
stock of the Hempflold Rail Road owned
by the oontoty, at the approaching
eleolion or road officers shortly to be ol
held at Waahinglon Pa. W. W. MiUer ^
was appointed proxy with A.N.Jacob m
as alternate. D
A resolution was presented from the
Board of Appeals setting rprth in sub
atanoe mat to the Dt?l or their opinion fu
and belief, they the said Board, hud no Je
right to cbaujte the unnmuit of
property aad that any anob change
mual be madejby apeclal action of the
Legislature. A resolution of thli kind
naturally elicited no iittle lntereat and everal
lawyera of the olty were "jj
preaont during Itaeconsideration of the at
subject. The result however was the IS
adoption of the resolution by tbe Board
of Baperyisors.
The tax bllla or Wm. Busby, and m
Randall Brown were referred to the fee
committee on finauce and accounts. Ml
of Jofin^Prarr for the rcd
notion of lltwimtaU wu received
and ordered to Be Wed.. _
The bills of D. Winder, Dodaon and
nrwj ana jr. ivenneay, wim ins uuis
of the SupwrvUorw for eleotlon e*pen- 1
ea^vere. ofrdered to be paid. *
The petition of O. W. ltbodee wm* t
reed, asking the flxlng or his salary as
Soperintendentof County Schools. On' 5
motion of S. S, Jacob the salary was n
Axed at ^300 per annum. J?
Oh: "^WSbotf " of Sir. Iloblw the ?
Heard onlcml the appropriation ol
. ISOOfor the repairs already made on the Jj
Wheeling and Bethany turnpike. n
The Board adjourned to meet at 10 j}
o'clock this morning. ei
Riveb Nkws.?Tho water iwi yea- a
terday morning up to h^*put ten, J
when theplerinark wati ISreelB Inches, u
From this Usie.K began to recede until m
It h?<l fallen lour Intjheee) flye o'clock J
r. U. The >1000111 of rUe from Motion- j
BBheli wrta not uh great us wu antlcl- "
Dated on Tuesday. a
The J. N. McCullough cams up from "
Parkeraburg yeaterday. morning at *
eight, and went on to Pittsburgh- The tl
Baj'V^ PUMd'nitfor Pluaburgh at 11 P
o'olock. The Rebecca left for Parkers- ?
burgh ?' the same hour. Tbfi Foreat *
City left tot 8teubenyiUe. at 2 o'olock, r
and the James Rem for Snoflah at 4 V
O'dOOK Kmjj?ror dropped a
down to the Belmont Unain, in ,h? |
after boon. v e
Boats leaving to-day: Ingom.r for t
PlUabfUKb-i*t for <
ParkarabnrB_?t 11 A. jf.j Bayard for 5
ParkmbnnratSr.il. i
Th.B?lleV.rnon loftOinelnnmlfor !
? _........
Independent Ticket'
Presidential Campaign 186?. =
For neither Grant nor Seyinoof.
No President at All.
Abolition of the Monarchlal Office.
dr\yrarr\rr?nnf nfthePpnnlp
lrongfc its responsible agents in OonBvlsion
of the United States Constifn- 1
tion. J
The above is an exact copy of a tidefound
in the ballot box in counting
it the voteof Tuesday at the City Hall,
baa tbe appearace of an emanation
Dm the demented brain of some crazy
prentice at tbe Register establish- '
ent. _ _ .
Packet Companies.?Tbe certificate
incorporation of the Portsmouth <fc
ncinnati Packet Company was filed
.the oflicb of the Secretary of State on
iturday. The capital stock Is 920,000,
shares of $100.. The corporators are J
ivid Gibson, E. B. Moore, Henry g
-otenkemper, Wm. Moore and God>y
Holterboff.
rhe certificate of incorporation of the
ayavuie ?? Cincinnati .racxeii vki/uny
was also filed at Secretary of
ate's office on the previous day. The
pitai stock, of this Company is $24,000,
shares of 950. The corporators are
. R. Bell, D. Gibson, T. N. Johnson,
W. Cheesman and Oscar F. Shaw.?
tt&burgh Gazette.
Go to the National Baslness College
d learn Book keeping.
Luhch.?This morning at 10 o'clock
alee lunch will be served at the^Bngh
Lath. Evsng. Church, corner 4th 1
id "Monroe streets. t
PiiAiic Rctob.?Oxtoby & D afield
iwelera, 103 Main street, are making a <
ecialty of plain 18 karat and other .
iger rings, and have in store the
rgest and best assortment In the city,
merican and Swiss watches, gold and
Iver; all styles or clocks, one and
ghtday, spring and weight; jewelry
all fashionable designs; spectacles in
tdless variety; gold pens of best
ake, at "lOS." See advertisement and
11 and see for yourselves.
Successful PBAcmcE.?Dr. Barbonr
meeting with flattering a access du g
his present stay In our city. He
ipecta to spend a portion of every year
ire, dividing his time between this
ace and Pittsburgh. He yesterday 1
traded a cataract from the eye of a
ntlemen living on Chapllne street,
inter Wheeling. The eye was entire
blind lor seven years. This is an .
deration that be jperforms two or
ree times every week, and claims to
store perfect sight in nine-tentha of
e cases. It is certain that be can give '
e names of scores of persons (several
whom we have already published)
ring near this city thafwere blind Tor
>ars and by bis operation restored to
>od sight.
Devoting as be does, his entire atntion
to treating diseases of the eye
id ear and general surgical practice,
is but reasonable be should be booosfnl.
He requests that all who real
re bis aervices during the present
jar, and do not want to go to Pittsirgh,
should call upon bim before
ie 10th, of the present month.
His Office is at the McLure House.
Tek Happiest Effect in Coughs,
nlmonary Complaints lyid Kidney
roubles can be secured by using
rMle Pine Compound. There is no
>tter or safer remedy before the pub2.
difcw
Attend tqk National Business
ollbob, Union Hall,b Main St.,
kiuis Payable in Advance.?For the
ill course in Book-Keeping and Penlanshlp,
including the English Branies
if desired, Students can oom- !
etetho entire course evenings alone,
ooms open from 0 to 12 a. M., 2 to 4 '
id 7 to 0 p. m. For further lnforma- .
an call at College rooms, or adcjress . ,
S. I. McCoy, Principal.
n Wheeling, W". Var \
1
a Dear old Doctor's Remedy for <
seases of the blood is Dr.. J, W. Po- \
nd's Humor Doctor. It neverfails
give relief, and is pleasant to .taste, i
>ld by Laughlln, Smith & Co. d<fcw
. . ^ i . - j
a lady In Pittsburgh writes us. ?
four Excelsior Baking Powder is ]
ilendid! Xdo.not feol like baking on- 1
so x ua?o m auuureus, yea, i/iuim*
ida, of ladles bear similar testimony
regard to Logan, List ?fe Co.'a Excel- :
or Baking "Powder, the best in the |
arkt't. "
Ip you need a Truss, Shoulder Brace
supporter?and one that la warranted
? fit you?we advise you to go to Edinnd
Booking's or Booking & Miller's
rag Store, and we are sore you Will
> suited.
Piano Tuning and Kkpairino care- ]
lly and promptly attended, to by j
ftVing orders at Sbelb's Mnaic Store, i
* !..? ? i
Department of Statk, ] 1
Washington, .May,1883. j
? Wheeler <ft Wilson, o/ New York: \
Sins:?The Deoartment has received- I
ie Gold Medal, awarded to your firm
i Sewing and Button Hole Machines
the Paris Universal Exposition of
37. Yonr obedient servant,
William H. Seward,
Juhipkr Tar Soap** cares Chapped hands
I l?r Ileum, pimple*, and all cutaneous af-rtlons,
rendering the sklu soft and smooth,
uiufhetared by
CAHWKLL; HAZARD A CO.,
New York.
Sold by all Druggists. yayf-Mo.Th.dAw
Commissioners Notice.
U CHANOBRY. IN THE CIRCUIT
.Court for Ohio county, "West Virginia.
R. U? Barr, Adm'r, ?o?, m't als.
' iowpb w. Morgan,rt aU.
(ty'of V^iSttlafSo.'tso*?
ouxyx iwui, auu inereatier by adjourn- lent
as Khali be round ne?tt*ry pm.iHi t(, J
ike, state and report. w?proceed to ]
ttrau An aecoant' 6# all' montj a and ef- t
wta belonging to the estate or Mary smith
'talcb came into tbe handa or.Joipb w'
[organ, and William B. Morgan, or eitbeT '
r tbem.as Hdmlnlstratora of Joslah Morgan
eceased. And -what amount or money and J
recta remained tn^tbeb anils ofJoalab Mor- '
r bla indebtedness li any, at the time or bis
lUoor Joalah ^Morgan ^legaU^^applIcatble to
ilraiora or Morgan, to pay to the* w- J
lie ot Mary Hmlib the lndebtedneas of
w" w suuu nuiia ak me uuio ui
ua Morgan* death, und what real property
tie ?aJd Josiab Morjan died wised of. lfany
nd vrbal disposition hu been of the
HH<tSreorM.
An account of any bond., notes,
cuniies or other e*W)e&oee of debU belongaf
uncollected. And" to akoertaln'ancTl^
ort If the same or any put, and which of
cator of said Mary Smith's estate, and
rhether the same br any part thereof can
b?rapi^^m^i0c?fXand Smfntotrator11*
o*?-1!>m oTAilaiy ainlth'a ertaift. ~jkjxA 5
certain and report what amount of money
laaheen lost to the estate or the satdMhry
cuior jcsian Mottan. in laliins to iiilli-rt
be debca,doe *dd estate.
gggx^sgsM
u^MsSftSSsnS^J SSkdI*P?tt ?
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In 2.BQ7.
* Fill TEAM. 1868.
\xu'l m'clm-am. chxsteb d. khox.
M'CLELLAN&KNO^
flanofheliiMn ooii Jobbers or
BOOTS
AND
SHOES!
JSO. 05 MAIN StBd&iT
W1IIELIIO, W. XA.
rrrk invite the attention of
'? bnyera to our very large assortuent
of Boots and B&oob for too ^ ^ ;
Fall T7rade,
which for extent, variety and freedom from
ill irregularity, U not tnrptuwod.
' Our stock is larger than any .other in this
aty, and in prices
We can Succesaiully Compete with
any Shoe House in the East
or West
For the proof of which we invite yon
to an examination or oar >?uxuc. .
VA11 scooda warranted nnlibrmln quality
aepll-dAw McCLELLAN & KNOX.
gwrttffu ?al?.
AUCTION!
DRY GOODS!
NOTIONS!
BOOTS AND SH0ES1
Oil niot.hfl'
Furnitu re,
STOVES,
CLOTHING, See., &c?
At '
AUCTION PRICES,
? "'."at
Hubbard & Brothers'
Auction and Commission House,
? ss nnrKei m.,
(?m thc oor. or Qunfcnr.)
WHEELING,W..VA.
Prompt, attention given to all bnalnees
entrusted to them.
Halea at auction made on liberal terms.
sepS
The Merchants' Protective Union
Mercantile Reference Register.
rS E MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE
U.MON, organized to promote and
protect trade, By enabling Its sabscrl*
sen to. attain facility and ' safety
in tbe gran ting of credit*, and tbo recovery
ot claimsat all points, have to announce
that they will, in September, 1868,
pnbllah In one large quarto -volume: '
Tilts MSKCOANTB PROTECTIVE UKIOK
Mercantile Hefekeni'k Rkoisteb, containing,
among other things, theft am es,
n atu&eoe buuwm, amount of capital,
Financial Wtanoinq ahdkatimo ai to
Credit, or over 400.000 of the principal merchants,
traders, bankers, manutactarers,
and public companies. In more tban SO,000 of
Lbe ciUe<s towns, villages, and settlements
throughout tbe United States, tbelr territories,
and the -British Provinces of North
America; and. embracing tbe most important
Information attainable and necessary
to enable the merchant to ascertain at a
glance tbe capital. Character, and .Degree
op credit of such of blscustomera as
are deemed worthy of any gradation of
credit, comprising, also a Iteunpaper Directory,
containing theitit'e, character, price,
and place of publication, with full particulars
relative to each lonrnnl. lurincr a mm.
plete guide to the pxem of every county In
Uio United I if if
The reports and Information will be canflmed
to those deemed worthy of some line
of credit;and as the same Will-be based, so
[hras^practicable, uron^e written uta tocorrected
by well-known and reliable legal,
correspondents. whose character will. prove
? guarantee of the correctness of the information
tarnished by them, it is believed
LhalUie^re^orta will prove more truthful
and or much greater value, than any pre^
'fiy^d'oSr^e Mxbcaktiijc REVKRXKCK
EiKoifiTSR, bnaineaa men will be enabled to
ascertain, at a glance; the capital and gradation
or credit, as compared, with
worth, of nearly every merchant, manufaourer,
trader, and banker, within the abovep/
ismed territorial limit*
eU, containing, among other thing*, areaoidor
such important changes In thename
ujd condition of fiimL throughout the
onntry, as may oocar robBequent to the
of
Prise of Tbe Merchants' Union Mercantile
vblc??twlll% "t^iriSdii io?nn K^?nii'S'
iuSdo5?o?tawf;S^S^s,ofItSicipltaI
Stock, In addition to participating In the
Jroam, will receive on? copy of tbo Mkbibaise;
holder* of te a ahansa win be entitled*
o two ooplea, and no mom than ua tbtn
>rtbe Capital stoek Win be allotted & any
)uo applicant. .> in - tt ? -All
remittances, order*, or oommtmjeaJons
relative to the book, Should bo Rddr^vl
to the Merchants' Protective Union.,In
icn^eKUB^L Fair ana $ looming rwl*
PaT 1 .Oil 1m In Iha tiT.n.a. - It tm tn...ln?kl.
*52. Ua^tlBm"9- *nar eSi*Tiji?'j??n*iiio
J-PAPHlAN MTftoN" U Ibe oniyrSSt*
???, tor bIwotaB., of th8
BkJ'fS^gSffigKB!1 n0"*'"' ""
Tvyggu3?r?.1Bio.N. N^r?M?^BSSi?Jr^
?= ? my-zp-iyaoa
Zingari Bittern
TnS aR*AT TONIC, UKEQTTAT.T.y-n
DyspapttiriilUons Complaint
. Seed! Seed!
x _
?aiTia^ieMroMt TE
* 2sT ]
Fall and WinJUST
QI
GEO. R. TA
r ' *v
Com prising RICH DRESS BILKS In all tli<
REPPS, FRENCH VELOURS In all co
BELGIAN .CORDS, FRENCH-B.
' JJ. ?g.i><yrs??8t?SU *4 o* .- :
Double Width Black
Empre
, >
Very wide end all wool, at only &I.3
LYON'S GLO
wide and all ilUc, Fringes audi
Chinchilla and- F
A Large Stock of C
New Yorlcniaiial]
HUDSON BAY SAB]
'Mink, Fitch and
Allln suj
ALL WOOL
LAHCJE
LINEN and COTTON SHEETING,
PILOW MUSLINS, .
TABLE DAMASKS.
TABLE NAPKINS
TURKEY
I
All Wool SI
Part Gottc
Red and Grey Twille
In great variety, lnol
Real Point Gaze Co
L. C Handkfs, La<
Gloves, Hosie
AJl Jnai received ant
uov2
f TAKE NOTICE.
IF YOU WANT-CHEAP FOAP, Mid at U
same time, the veiy best of feoap, use
Sapifier, or ConcentratM Ly
3ftle Benny Fnmllj Honp-Haker.
The only genuine Lye in the market,
box of It whl make much more soap tha
Potash or any bogus Lye*
MAirUWAOTURXD BY
PEHH'A. SALT MAlfDFl CTURING CI
P1TT80CR?H,PA.,
Importers of CRYOLITE, and Manufaotu
era of the following Standard Ohemloals:
Natrona Bi-Carb. Soda, Natrona bal Sod
.Natrona Porni Alum, Natrona Mutrlat
Aold, Natrona Beflowr Petroleum, Natroc
Chlor. or (atldnm^Satwiu Flnorlde, Co
i clum, Natrona Salerami, Natrona
I CanaUc Koda, Natrona Sulphuric
'ft Add. Naroua Nltxlo Add, Natrona ,
m Keflned Haponlfler. Natrona Salt, J
Natrona Oopperfts, etc. A
V J
-- . . .aug%fr3mddfcy ?,
Trusses & Supporters
BSnSSlDKELEY'S TT A"RT> BUBBE
ESjNMaAlO Truss curen rupture, will n
fxSfvMffffl tain the most difficult with saf
BKal ty and ease, never rusts, break
i... .... ^-limbera or rolls: used In " th'n
ll^^ntudjo no ^rtrappln
ft)r supporting tfc
abdomen In cases of fema
NVMipeSB weakness, falling or the worn!
nciKl 6 pr^iian^y.^or wberever^an art
bo desired; worn with great com for t and eat
and highly approver* by the medical prof?
Blon. Srclry't Hard Jiubbar Me Iript* t
which asixinge&t soothing and healing ren
edlea may be carrzeddlrect to the pari
afflicted^' ? *' ^">
Bold by Laaghlln; Smith A Oo.. T. I
logui A Co., bjr all Dmntitl.gg
?., . ... ?_
OTT.iSON & CO.,
"Sfapfjsjrom;.
FA IB BANK'S
STANDARD SCAIES
T* '1K1-* 'S- u-~>~ r-- :
* * <.v DXALXBSEH , v;?., r
H'il. JR D W A. 9 3ES ,
w- -aSsfSw jsm k^Ss?: -w;
Jy?-ly , WmtottuWHitttB. W.Vl
?22?;?SSi lS^5?? iEff^fShSS0!??
secret abuses of youth and mauoood, at
bow easily regained. It Elves a clear iyno;
sis of the Impedimenta to marriage, U
cause and effect*of nervous debility. and tl
r^^lea Ui erefor.^' po<Aetedl Jon Of. U
MAXXBS I*
jSheet Iron and Tinners' Btoob
No* 9 Mavx Btskkt,
: - - TOBBOH
HAND LAN, JORDAN A CO..
PORK PACKERS
A2TD D1ALXMW
POBK HODBE:?Cor. John and lUlrtfc
Kill IWhhn **L.UB UliTAA I.IMK
w>7r *
hop 1^1*17 n^AArlc e?
LLll J/l T VIVVULH
V 8A
. r . .. ' : - - T.
. ?
?BNE-D BY
flv
. ... ? : yr. :?? "- ft,]
YLOR & C0 ,1
nil
ret
wl
1 desirable colors, IRISH POPLINS, VELVET
lore. PL AJDPOPLIN8, Black A Colored g?
A.RKETZ, CRAPE MEKINO Ju black.
?
pa
De Laines, Satin Faced Si
ss Cloth, *\
. > . . > . - <
<
, i
5 a yar J?worth early in the season 82,00. ?
r
AEVELVBTS
3
3Imps lor Trimming Velvet Cloaks. M
etersham Cloakings.
Moth & Velvet Cloaks "
icture. all at l6w prices.
jE|
Siberian Squirrel Purs, c''
1
erJor qualities.
BLANKETS, '
or
la
i AND FINE.
and D0TLIE3. P?
RED WINE CLOTH,
1UCK and DAMASK TOWELS, gj
REAL RUSSIA CRASH. to
8
laker Flannels, M
>n Flannels, a
i
tic
krl IPloitviAlcf T ana rir\Arla
'U X- XttlUUCID, XJUIUU VI UUU.Q
Lading a fine assortment or 4
J
Jo
liars and Embroideries, ^
Nt
Co
3? Trimmed HandkFs. Sj
8h
ry, Corsets, etc. 1
1 offered at popular price*. ^ 1 " 0a
GEO. B. TAYLOR & CO. |j
Ba
srscsptrmHoB. ~
| Cleveland ft Plttabiirgh 8?jl RoaX ffi
I AK1J AKTBK OBri, HTH, 1888,
| KJ Trains wUJ ran as follows: ^
1# L'veBridgeport-aS'am' li-c^am
Arv Bteubenvllle 7.4S a m 12a3 p in &07 p m
WelLsvllle.... 6:45 a in 1:15 pm. 4:11pm
BAlllauoe 11:00 am 6:27pm 5iTpm
Cleveland.... 1:50 p in T&S p-m 7:'/o p rn
I Great line? 4:43 p m If: IS p m 10:16 p m PT
Fort Waynel 1:40 pm ?:i5am 8:19 am X
Chicago 6:20am 9:10am teioam rial
. Pittsburgh...10:55 a m 3:55 pm 6:40 pm Bf
A Harrleburg^. 9:15 p m 230 a m 5:00 a m
n Baltimore.... 1:15 am &30am 1120 a m
Washington. 5:15am 8:35 am 9:16pm
Philadelphia 1:45am 7/10am &85am
New Yora. via . .
). m 10-?? ? m ^ m 1,
Philadelphia 6:97 a m IMS p m 1;08 p m
Tickets to all principal points in the East
and West can be procured at the Union offloe
r- in McLure Hoobe and at the Btatlon at J
Bridgeport. F. R. MYKRS, i
a, oc5 General Ticket Agent. ?
? BALTIMORE ft OHIO R. R. COUP'Y
I ' ornc* Balt. a tmo ruleoad Co., I -r
1 , WHrrLisa, May 18.1863./ n
I t>absbnqbr trains will run by u
f A^^^g5^,lleonandaftoriay
FAST LINE.
XAST. VTWBT. ?
_ Leave Wheeling* Leaves Waahinston j"
(dally) at~. pan. (daily) at?430 p m
i Arrive? Baltimore fir20 "
? Grafton?! ) 900 ** Winchester ..830 "
R Cumberland 1:53 a m Arrives at
?. Harpers Ferry 5:80 w Harper's FV-Baa u
e- Winchester?9:35 M Cumber land. 12.28 am
? ^/SSSSSasSt C. - v
a^^^WLr T<
W Leaves Wheeling* , Leaves Washington*; <L
y (dallyat?&luojn.| (daUjUat... tttoa w S?
<1 Arrive*? Baltimore.
? Grafton ' ttfpjn. Anivat6
Varbmhnw fi-WI ? HHn*M?'air>i> l.<nnn. Wt
t>. Cumberland 7:16 " OnmterlHnil,,.ft(i2>''t
i- Harper's F'y 12:18 aan. Urafton.. 11:28 " 80
y Baltimore * Parfcereburg 6:50 a m oh
a
I MAIL train. flc
t ^KgMsfpm yteapsi T
Bagerstowo< 2:46 i14 Cnmberlann?, IMP "- k.
' Wlnchabter?.1^5 - Grafton U:36 " > ?
- ^5S?M4>- 2r
Except Sundays. Except ttundayH. Bn
BEN WOOD ACCOMMODATION. all
I To connect wlti C. O. R. R. Ulvlalon. ??
- s
kSOpml l(h06 M ^
Tlcketstoall prlncl pal points In the East, a 1
?. West and Soutn-yrest can be prooured at the su
- Oompany'a office. 00
1 joh* L. Wiuos.MutarorTnniporUUan Si
JJ Baltimore. gj
? gmSJ-Aaeniyhcdinr g
m wwfpKi|Mr:Tfr lacrt-atfyai! a
? rkN AND Arfrj^ljKagiAt.7 MAjSfeE ?
ie U23.18S9. the train on flu Hempflelcl Ball- M.
- rsla vmsm ?* iouowc ' n!
? Lwt# W MJkhl n?rtoh r. 7 JO a. m_, Uv
B. Ah1t? *VWh?IUii?. B-JO a. m. yo
BKroKtrLH^ , g
* ' ff* ^ ~ ^?"
aprJ ? iiuOTOB, 8np*t.
~ W. C, SMITH, - j|
^ Cliil fcliaiif EnflM? tSuneyor,
, ;g
- ?moggfeton
BedcordB. g*
i tubt sbokivkd and ior ham .at j
L ?l. rtrfacftd nrleifcl'lfw Humb H?nn c*u'- ,afl
mart! OH"AH. BggBY. ?a
0. Tnuuoncn job omom, 101
X No. lCQfllocj street. St
_ pttAf^nagsis AMD BXLIJ3 ov.i^nmo m,
. <EBoqa*anMgx^ajttBgobtt. T]
*1 AWD BIUiHTCAPB imihr ^B^ tS
Jj ? %t* " ^
'HWUBANOB FOUGDEB AKD BLABKB n
i-wpjun u ?000. ?"? !'.u^
M'L MOOUEIiXtAK, GKOBOlMnroKL,
H. Loo AIT, THOS. P. SH ALLCKO6H
W. VsiNcmtTV. J. N.VABOL
H. Ho bus, Michael Rxxbijct.
Lou IB a Btitku.
Fbls company How bavincbeenorKanlEod
eb'n*?n??j2 A 1 lVp&parfcd ?UkJiat
r rates on Buildings of all kinds, MercbanJ
rnRivfiM and Lakefi. This company ofv
superior Inducements to Fanuere, w be re:^^anu,
and contentsfor8or 6 years at
laced rates. This being a Htate company
Lb tbe
LARGEST CASH CAPITAL
Id in, and surplus or any company In tbe
ate^ and composed of some ninety four T
S!o p?tromw. '"AP^
lions for Insurance will be promptly attenii
tr? at thnir nfflrfl. No. 29 Monroe street.or
their' several agencies throughout the
IA1TL
3 EG. MENDEL, Vies President.
1 M. CO EN, AJH't Bec'y.
:ehll>-dAw
FIBB AND MARINE t
NSURANCE COMPANY 1
OP WHEELING. ,
IN CORPORA TED IN 1 8 3 L .
\AKHS RISKS AT THEIX)WEST RATE
. on Buildings of all kinds, Furniture and
erchandlse, and on Goods In Transit.
uirkctoes:
A. WrLBOJT, 'W.'B# Q09B0&N, "
RObT Morrison, ' John Rkid,
Thos. Pollock, At.kx. Koojebs,
WM. Q. BATTELUE, J. D. DD BOIH,
Jacob Hornbeook.
Office up Stalra, In the "Insurance Buildg,"
next door to the Mearchanta* National
A. WIMON, President.
roipr C.Hxbvxt, Secretary, Jan39 . .
CONTINENTAL
NSURANCE CO.
OF TM$ CITY OF NBW YORK.
INII CAPITAL *1,700.000.
THIS COMPANY HAVING DEPOSITED
. with the Treasurer of the State 125,000. In
mpllanoe with the law, to now prepared
take all Hindi of
HerobnDdlif, Manofactaring and
. - Dwelllni Boom juatuh *l
the most favorable terms. Policies
med by
W. F. PETERSON. Agent.
Main St., neztdooc.toMereh'to Nat. Rank. ,
(oopy.)
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, \
Tbkasureb'8 Omat. f
Received of the Continental Insurance
impany of the City of New York, by W. F.
Hereon, Agent at WheeUngtWest Virginia, .
vkutt-Fivk Thousand Dollars In U. 8. /
jverament 7 8-10 Konds, on deposit by said
policy-holders of Bald Company within
Is Stale, according to the requirements of
apter 117. section 2d, Acta ofl867.
jh-b^S?b^
ational Insurance Coipy 3
WHEELING, WEST VA.
LPITAL, 9300,000
^ffloe, 36 Monroe St., next door to 1st Natnal
Bank.
or nexus:
G?0! K. Whxat, President.
JAmxb UcClujyit, Vice President.
John Bishop. Secretary.
a rt.m H. Collier. Assistant Secretary.
DraxoroBA*?John E. Wilson, Jaa. o. Orr,
hn A. Armstrong, A. C. Quarrier, Geo. K.
heat. Alex'r. Laughlln, James McCinney,
jrgan 1m Ott, Geo. Aflanuc
Evxtkrkncxb: 8. Brady, Cashier Merchants l
itlonal Bank,' Wheeling; List. Morrison A J
w. Wholesale Grocers, wheeling; Pry or,
Indian dt Oo~ Wholesale Grocers, Wheel*
z; Michael Reilly, Wholesale Grocer, ~
heeling; MeOlellan A Knox, Boot and F
oe House, Wheeling: McCabe. Kraft A Co.,
ugaista, Wheeling; Geo. W. Franaheim A
Wholesale Wines and Liquors, Wheeik
Winshlp, Woods A Co., Queensware
heeling; Lewis Baker, Pub. Register,
heeling; T. O. McAfee, Notions, Wheeling;
mpbeil, Frew A Co., Pnba. Intelligencer,
UWIIUK) VMP| WWU ? W'l uwaiot fT UOTi"
c J. E. Bands, Cashier, Mret Mat. Bank, p
irmont; R. P. Camden, Preet. Nat. Ex. ^
nk, Weston, W. Va^ Gapl. Jolin MuLure,
. Wheeling. aprtS
MTTSA
re & Marine Insurance Company ?
OF WHEELING. *
JPITAL, 9100,000
SIRXOTOBft
me? a Aoheson, William B. Simpson
leuHtUfl Pollack; Thos. J. Campbell,
O. K. Botsford. Wm. O, Handlan,
T. M. Dodson.
IHIB COMPANY HAVING BEEN FOLr
ly organised, Is now prepared to tak?
kmnpon
Waters.
applications Cdr Insurance will be prompt
attended to by the Secretary. 1
)fflce at the National Savings Bank, No. c; 1
kin street. _____
.. 8. P. HHiDRKTK, Beo'y.
H. a. HARDING, AJB't Beo'y.
r AMES a AOHESON, Prat.
ATM. B. SIMPSON. Vloe Preset, mrtS
onfall.
REAT NEW^SSlAND
Dr. J, W.Poland's
^hite Pine Compound
J NOW OFFERED TO THE AFFLICTED ?
throughout after having T
3 New England whS? iSf'merl'S *
ve become as well known ma the tree from
llch, la part. It derives Its virtues.
The Kldte Pino Compound Core*
re Throat, Colds. Ooaghs, Diptherla: Bronlt
1b, Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary Af:Uobs
generally. It la a remarkable Rc-'
ulfy of Voiding Urine, Bleedtng^rom the
m ^ 2
he White Pine Compound.
It was early in the spring of w'that thi*
mpound-was originated. AmemberoTmy
JSl!SH2l^5iS sf the
roat attended with a disagreeable mm>h. t
dgavellta teaspoonrmdose.. &erJmf{
"S5-S&S'
Mkmedlja saddenoold.and tiirttliiiil
acoa streaked with blood. 8ha soon found
lef ana sent for mare. She took a boat
gsanMs?&g?g?
ide atrial of the same preparation in the
^^^p^maded|^S^^^^t^a^aip e .*and
19 White Pine Compound, ,h
ssss**
??? eoa-oow, d*ir.
lillFlffiLlfEVfi
a BOOK AND: JOB
Printing Office
,%,9M0maMjjjg .
(LAM-BOOK MANDFACTOR]
J*fo*s, ***? iiwmW
15 QTJIKCY STREET.
Vabeg to fulltbe^uenUon oa> plend
.l& fl r.ZC U-V*
Book and Job Office
IKWAL^, ^re^uch^at jye feel
Eo& VSUOKB aa any bouae In
nab ??? ^
CAHDS,
BOBINE88. VISrnUQ AFA.NOY
COLUKKD CARDS, In every va2^SH?r&??VCl
POSTEK8.
. or XVX8T smC 3
BILL-HEADS.
HAND BILLS.
ON AST QUALITY OX PAPXR?PBICHS
ACCORDINGLY (
V ' Vi ? 't < C
3HBGKS, " ' '
DRAFTS.
CIRCULARS,
BILLS LADING,
. . ; . DRAT TICKETS
Lnd all dosci lption. of llenxaiiie Prtntlns
BOOK PRINTING
Our BOOK ROOM Is well
stocked with SEW TYPE; and
oar facilities for ex ecu tine an
kinds of BOOK and PAMPHLET
PRINTING are complete.
fancy Show Car da
? r ii 9: &
'LAIN CARDS, ^
HANDBILLS,
BLANKS,
4c., <fcc
rlnted in IbenEar a* yu and -withdlfipatcb
JT- i ? : & si
STEAMBOAT PRINTING
^We bw^mtA^.y&oj^prcn^
weJl as mu o(% FnSw
COLORED IK KB to be b?Lv
'rintiiig for Country .Merohantfi
.-'-.7-':-, '>* ' .->-1 WT
We would respectfully say to
our ftieuds In tbe country, that
any orders for Printing forwarded
oh, by letter or otherwise, will be
carefully attended to.
jnmrs* V. oatu
V: iwr--r. - r- - rrsr
cohnkction with cim labqb Job
Printing Office,
?.c? t>*?yiMhf.
i '.'JiH" "
u-*'*!.
IN THE STWiTE.
* ?*$; ; r ^ " mp
We ? pr.p?r?l to ffitwol, ^M??or
yKXwa^sjr ?at??v.
lli ANK BOOKS
J HtS fe- Wt^fXA,
^ r .u> it 1 /Ajjj&jL tMi
FOB
lounty and State Officers
sr With promptness, and in a manMuiSsitoS.
an"ut toglTe enure
3 ? *r
MF.RflHAWTH
. V * I & <f 1? mlg ^8SH{
-R? n 1 i xx g
n-. "W* J)pa
ONE TO ANY DE8IRBD PATTERN
! aa SjjgggrE
w; mi&x&n
to 1
m
w t ?^sb a?teS mt& fcra
forthe
K<? WRMiaMMUHaiMm
ADPT||||g?
5?i .- ?KC&4
RJEW, HASANS & TtAr.T.
-m-iTj
I Mfflirai
iDii.TTifiBt TJimr nnspiquf
JMUlAWVUil UUU41 UUUllliHJ
IFaTAFF*1"'" AS ARKFDQE JTBOM
QUACKERY.
yrrw aWZ.T I>LACM WHKRK A CURB,
(2AJf MM OBTAIUMjy.
f-vR. JOHNSON hM discovered the most
\j Certain, Speedy, mntl only Kffectnaj
Remedy In the World for Weakness of the
Kac* or Llmb?, Strictures, Affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Disc ha riml
imrtotency. General Debility. Narvon^
* or Skin, AUfccttona of the Liver. Loon,
stomach or Bowels?those Terrible Disorders
to the Marines
of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant
J hopes or antlcip?rtons, rendering marriage
f Ac., Impossible f
1 YOUNG MEN
: especially, who hare become the victim* oi
Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive
which ?n"TiBHymee|ii to an untimely
* ^MoSS3SJ?e UvU* i*"***-"
Igs&ggg
^ himaelf under the care 01
Dr. J. na*y religiously confide in hishonoL
npoa
ORGANIC* WEAKNESS.
Immediately cared and full vigor refitorea.
lifo^senibleand manlage lSpoetibf?^l< ih e
penalty paid by the vletups of Improper lutlulgenoea.
Young persons are too apt to
ooaai^earoe?jse6 fromnot ^g^aware of ihe
w bo that understands tne subject will pretend
to deny ttyaUie power of procreation is
lost sooner by thoee falling into improper
habits than by the prudentf BwhTa bemg
deprived of the pleasure of healthy offspring,
tbemost serious and detractive symptoms
of both body and mind arise. The system
becomes deranged*the Fhysidal and Menial
Functions Weakened, Loa of Procraativs
Power. ovona JLrrllability. DySpepela, Pal
uiwiiimi ux uin nrwi ?i i iiniyiwii, UIUM1>
wnmrxl Ttehiltty. andWastlng of the ftime
Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death
DR. JOHHSON,
Member of the Royal Collegeof Surgeons.
Loudon. Graduate of one of ihemon eml?
nent Colleges in the United States, and. the
Seater part of whose lift baa been spent la
? hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia
and elsewhere, has effected some or tbe most
EraHaSsSsEiSS
derangement of mind, ware: iwwia.
diately.
TASK PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Df. J. addressee all thoee who have injured
themselves by Improper indulgence awil solltary
habits, which ruin both bod? and mind,
uniltUog them for either business, study, society
or marriage.
I. aupw mo wwuc w. mo ??u mu mriBiwiuiiy
effects produced by early babltrof youth,
, vlxt Weajritrtmof the Rao>?nd LOnb%ftlna
- In the Mead, JJlmneaa of fcfgbt, Loaa or Muscular
Power, Palpitation of the Heart, DysP*g^J*SS*PMjgt?MH?J%P^iig?nentor
the Digettlve Function*, General Debility.
Bymptonu of OnnwmpUon, Ac.
MENTALLY.?Tbe Iwrftil effects on the
mind are much lo be dreaded, j^oseof Mem.
^fi^oreSoSS^?Je^Sn^?8oc?eSffc2liI
, Distrust, Love of Bolltude, Timidity, ?fcc.f aie
some of t*i* evils produced. .
Thousands of persons or all ages can now
Judge what is the cause or their declining
health, losing thslr vigor, tywimlng gftnH
mile, nervous and a sin.
YOUNG MEN
Who have injured themselves by a certain
practice,indulged In when alone, a habit frequently
learned from evil companions, or at
^?w^ntuloep,0and^^z?^[email protected]?impoBBlble.
and deetrovs both mind
ami body, should apply imrned&Uely.
What a pity that a young man, the hope ol
f his country, the frrlde of his parents, ahould
!? be snatched from all prospects and enjoy .
ments of life by the consequence of deviating
from the path of nature, and Indulging
f titt^pezwmustMARRIAGE,
reflect that a sound mind and body amthr
most neoessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without these the
' view, tne zniua becomes shadowed with despair
and filled with the melimchoiv :r
U Pf ^nmhar. become
nlfgntw with onrown.
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. .
Whfa the misguided and Imprudent votary
of pleasure finds that he has imbibed the
seeds otthlapalnful dlseAfe it too onm hap*
pens that an ill-timed sense or Shiuheor
flisaiTiriTliliiiH iimiif
to those, who lrom education ??h
billty, can alone befriend him, delayIukdU
the constitutional symptoms of this horrl
disease make their appearance, such as ulo
rated Sllre throat,.dieseed' nose, noctonu.:
pains in the head and limbs, dimness of ataht
deafness, nodes on the Wn-boues andann.
Igottflyson too heart, fare and extremities
prognenng With raghuoi rapidity, tin at
last the ]x*Jate of the month or the.bon?
ofthe nose faD in, and the victim of this
dreadful sufierings, ;by ibeudlug himio "that
Undiscovered Country - from whence no
"JiS^mMlSncholy PACT, tint thousands
UU1 victim* to tllU terrible disease, owins
to the unakillfulness of ignoiant pre'
tendeis, who, by the use of that DEADLY
POISON, MERCURY, rain the constitution
and males the residue ot 35 miserable.
reporters of The. Sun and many other par era
ssarsss&A
blUVjteaanfflcimt ^awMtSto^h/SSSSa
. 8KLN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
r ,^ratavANIA
5 lu, -&* >*??
^ fe? j jfcuf i^ '* ?
White Lead Works.
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i. r? .vca^ J-i-J iW MS ? **
i 1 .mMM*it>t2AA+** * .w
> . yr< a SSB ^MMMfe ?u"? - a
1 ?* ?rw?ATr sn JLi
- .nan- ^ ^
l :iO
8 WHITE S)
w >y/
I 14
And on tbe oppoafto end or the km
* 1844. r V\
*1
' ax? now mvpuidto
STKicn.T FUEE "W3HT* Lkab, in quantities
! bgylysjgsjlggg* saaKKS
been under, the laliiM^Bioer'
S parity
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