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Overcoats,
AT
M. OUTMAN & CO'S.
gift gnsuranft.
^IFE ISS17KAK OIi
15.000 FOR PREMIUM,
Under the auaplMi or tto
V TT 1 ?P T A N
CO-OPKItATIVK ICEUET ASSOCIATION:
CHARTERED BY THE 8TATE OF NEW
YORK;
OBJECT.
The object of thLs Association la to secure a
cash payment within forty days after the
death of a member of as many dollars aa there
ore members in the class to which he or she
belongs, to his. or her heirs.
HEMBEB8H1P FEES.
The membership fees are fix dollars at Joining.
(for which ar Certificate qf Membership
uiU be /UrnUhedJ and oue dollar and ten
cents on the death of each member, of which
due notice will be given. One dollar from
each memb-r goes to the widow or heirs of
the dece?ed member, and ten cents for expenses
of collecting.
This company Is divided Into TEN
-CLaBBBk FOR MEN and TICN CLASHES
FOR WOMEN. As soon as these Classes are
filled, ten new Classes will be adopted. Men
and women are not allowed In the same
Classen. Everything done to make each
Class equal.
CLASSES.
A?All persons between the age* of li and
20 years.
B?All persons between the ages of 20 and 25
years.
C?All persons between the ages of 25 and
30 veare.
D?All persons between the ages of 30 and
3S years.
K?All persons between the ages of 85 and
40 years.
F?All persons between the ages of 40 and
45 years.
<3?All persons between the ages of 45 and
CO years.
h? All persons tetween the ages of 60 and
55 years.
I?All persons betwoen the ages of 66 and 00
y^?All persons between the ages of 60 and
65 years.
The Classes for women are the same ns
above. Any one that to found to give his or
her age wrong will be expelled, and the
moneys paid forfeited to the Association.
Kach dan Is limited to 6.000 membera, Kach
peraou pays S8 upon becoming a member,
and f 1 lu each time a member dies belonging
to the tame Class he or the may be a member
A member Qf one Class cannot be attested this
dollar i/a member of another Ctast diet. Jtacfr
dots it i > d kpxndxnt, having no connection
with any other.
ILLUSTRATION.
Class "A" has 5 000 male members. A man
dies. The Association pays over within forty
days SS,000 to the wldowWbelrs. and the remaining
members forward within thirty
days one dollar and ten cent* each to the Association
to reimburse it- Failing to 88Hd
thii sum they forfeit to the Association all
moneys paid, and the Association * applies a
new member to 1111 the place of the retiring
one.
ADVANTAGES.
The advantages of this Association over ordinary
Idle Insurance Companies are: No
panics can break iUtho fees are so small, and
required to be paid at such long intervals
that any man can secure to his family a competency
upon his death.
HOW TO BECOME MEMBERS.
Any one desiring to become a member may
apply in person, or must send fO In check,
bank draft, postal order, or by express, the
expressage being paid by the applicant. Under
no circumstances will the Association be reponttble/or
moneyt tent but in thit way. Acompanying
tbe money must be a paper
giving the applicant's full name, age, blrthp
ace, present occupation, who the Certificate
of Membership la in favor of. postoffl e address.
town, county. State. Also a Medical
Certificate setting forth the physical condition,-and
wheltier lu the opinion of the
doctor examining, the applicant is a proper
person to be insured. Blank forms of application
for memnershlp Will be sent upon application.
Jtach member ought to try to make new members.
by jo doing he berujlU hinuelf. Ho letter
will be notlotd that does not contain a
three-cent pcslsge btamp to prepay return
pGK*s"" INVESTMENTS'. .
The by-laws of the association require that
one-third of the mouey received as new
membership fees, shall oe made a sinking
fund to mectjwyments falling due by the delinquencies
or members. This land is held
by the
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY,
and will be invested In United 8tates Bonds
or Real Estate, or bond and mortgage npon
New York city property, which property
shall be donblo the value of the money so
THE FUNDS.
The remaining, two-thirds, alter paying
the expensts of the sssociation, shall bo Invented
In Heal Instate In the cit* of New
York, or in bond and mortgage on property
In the dty of .New York, the Interest of
which Khali go to pay the current expenses
of the a^oclauon. If a deceased member
leaves no heirs the money becomes the propeity
of the acflociatlon, with the proviso that
the expenses or burial shall be paid out of
such funds, said expensts, however, not to
exceed one hundred dollars.
A member failing to pay his fee of one dollar
and ten cents within thirty days from
date of notice , forfeits all claims npon the
association, and also forfeits all money previously
paid. In the Paclflo b tales this time
la extended to sixty dsys. A member having
no permanent residence most notify thesecretary
and appoint representative to
pay his fWi
When members choose they can send ten
dollars and fifty oentslothe treasurer topre*
pay their dues, whioh sum will pay lor ten
deaths, thus-saving the trouble of sending
f 1.10each time, besides asaving of fifty cents.
Mo man is so poor that he cannot pay H now
and fl.10 occasionally, thus securing 96.000 to
his heirs. The average number of dollar'
each person will have to pay to secure 96.000
Will be 930 per year, a little over fifty cents
per week. This makes this mode of insurance
cost about one-sixth what they would,
have to pay any regular insurance company
for a 96.000 policy.
All rommnn'^lV"" should be addressed
to KOBERr P. NOAH, No. 222 F street,
Washington, D. General Agent for the
District of Columbia and* fcitales of Virginia
and West Virginia, or the Manhattan Cooperative
Relief Association, +
Tho TRUSTEES of the Association are.
E. McCURDY, Fsg. ^
ELsuN T. WRIGHT, JEeq., President 8tar
Metal Oomp&ny.
W. s. Cabman, aq-Frwldent Btayva*nt
Bank, New York city.
H. W. FORD, Esq.* Cashier National Rank
of the Republic.
L. W. M4JRRAY.
The OFFICERS or .the Association are:
B. McCURDY, President.
KL?ON T. WiUQHT. Vloe Presldent.
W. B. c ahMaJSJ .Treasurer.
La.WIS SANDERS, Secretary.
Local Aokxts asi vaifnro In every
county and town, and applications from
competent parlies for snch a sendee, with
snltaole endorsement, dxouid be addressed to
the company general Agent.
Mo. 222 F street, between Fonrtoeinfi and
Fifteenth StB., - WcuMnffton, 2>. O;
General Agent fort be District ofCoiumbla
and Btatet of Virginia and We?t Virginia.
.-.jri .- ? ..'3 -J- <.?
Choice White Wheat
FAMILY FLOUR,
AW
PURE RYE FLOUR.
A tew Jbaxrafeof ?aeb.Jn?t rooolvodmnd tor
uue by
PAXTON * OGLEBAY,
Je? No M Mglptreet.
Common Lime.
OA A BBLS. WEST WHKKLJNQ 1DK I
111 b*,T*"p. p. Hmmro* BKO. |
Lard OiL
"PXTRA fALL BTHAISKD,
ucia lib?.1 MUKTIUB3W * ?v
Refined Lard Oil.
1 K ?""?" ilTBA.
ioplT . MoML&OS * OCX
I? YDTT %A*T TO
Save Money
iWii&S
goirtg aafl-jH?HBBn)8.
1868. 1868.
fSHflWBiM.
The Largest stook of Wow
W all Pft-n?T?e
' . Hi* :u L
in tub cut.
^ POLL 8UPPLT OF
School Books,
School Stationery,
&o., &o.
An elegant aawrtuunt o[
Calf and Morocoo Pocket BookS,.
Gold Pbm, Panolla, to.
A One (took of
FAMILY BIBLES,
Prayer and Hymn Books, ,
J
Blank Books,
Memorandum Books.
Inks, Fens and P on oils,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, &o?
Joat received and. for sale wholesale and <
retail at the '
\
VERY LOWEST PRICES,
BY
JOSEPH GRAVES,
HO. SO HOBWOE 8TBKKT.
hep i
THE ]
H. AR G E ST .
- amd
THE BEST"
and
THE CHEAPEST1
.j
ixxr op
American & 'English
Wall Papers!
1
1
IN THK CITY, 18 AT
CAMPBELL fr McDEBMOTS,!
MENDEL'S BLOCK. !
_ m
mar 10
gruggtsts.
I
Klewzer,
TTOOR CLEANING SILVER and PLATED j
J? WAKE, for-sale by
T; H. LOGAN A CO..
47 Main street.
Hair Brashes.
ci HOB, CLOTH AND NAIL BRU8HE8. J
O new and ba0daome?ijrlee, jtx*t received ;
and ior sale bar
T: H.LOGAN A CO.,
and l OUAW. LISTdi CO.
Burnett's Goods.
?' ? *r/io??/l CTTDiPTfl
Jb Toilet Goods, Ae ,
tor sale by
T. B. LOGAN A CO.,
OCM and L.OQAN, LiIBT ?3k CO. j
: : " <
i
DRUGS,
CHEMICAL*. PATENT MKDICINE8,
Perfumery, Soaps, Brcftao, and Toilet
Articles, In great variety, for tale at reason- j
able prloes by
THOMAS J. FINNEY,
DRUGGIST,
South End of Btoao Bridge,
OIHIKI. VEllLIXa*.
Physicians' Prescriptions filled with care
and accuracy.
- KespectfulJy Invites a call. sepSO
New Drug SJtore.
rriHK SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUGHT
JL -out the Drag Store opposite the Post
Office are prepared to /urm&h their Mends,
and all who may give them" a call with the
best articles In their line.* Everything usually
kept in a
First Class Retail Draff Store
will be fbvia-bora, and tfji deelre toptouo
oar FUnuUMMadN of Bucocn, w. wlU
ecu* It. We mtkc cpeouunr a^pntUnc
ap nmiczAjro ftnauraoM-whfen vll
be done neatly. accurately and mi >11 tain,
at low prleea to salt tbe tunes.
mats H1LVKY * UST.
Copper, 33b, and" Sheet Iron Ware.
KEMOV*l?
I HAVE BEMOVED KT WOBK-SBO
and Store-Boom
rna m BartMla lW Ua street
Where 1 will be pteMri^aaeag^nyo^
Huruiwnt or Ul TrwlH or war? usually iotuia
111 nek nhlWiTTMBl^ and am prepared to
fill all orders far anything man n factored
from Copper, Tin or Sheet Iran.
I have eevecal am ol? Job WoAmev
and wrilldo any woe* dnmptly and ati
'0Z?^ m2dtt!??E?.
50
UNDERCLOTHING,
i ;dfrnf
. raj--..:-.: ' i-'W.AT
ML GUfBiM ft CP'S.
Uttrtwrt gaitotttfl.
1868. FALL & WINTER. 1869.
IOW T. T.tTTW. X. S. WT.T.KH,
J. T. LAKIN & CO.
TTAVB RKOK1VKD ONB OF THB
rl laigast and bMf selected stocks of
Foreip anil Domestic Goods
In the city?consisting of
Cloths, Oassimeres,
VE8TINOS
1KD
Over-Co a tings,
Which -will bo made to order In (be latest
itylea and at reasonable rates, for all who
nay farorthexn with a,, call.
Also, on hand a Una assortment of
Famishing Goods,
?nasttnc(Of everyth tn& that's necessary to
? f - u KDuueauui. UlYB
as a tail before purchasing elaowhero.
J.TtLAKISACO.,
enbul Tailors,
No. 26 Monroe street,
OCtS WHKHLLNG, W. VA.
L868. FALL. 1868.
ri03. HUGHES & Go.
M! ?reliant
?ft- ? -
TAILORS,
NO. 88 OOR. MOKBOK AKQ WAT1K STSn
WHEELING W.TA.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
me attention of their patron* and the
public generally to their largo and varied
?aaorLment of
n^- _i ...a n i? ni.it.
poreip ana uomesuc uuuis.
Oassimeres, Vestings,
AM)
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods!
low being received: and which will be aold
AT THE LOWEST BEMUNXBATIVfi
PIOU&KB.
splendid assortment of
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
SQUAIi TO OOSTOM WORK, oountantly
m hand. sepT
LATEST FASHIONS!
Ladies1 and. Misses'
CLOAKS, DRESSES,
Saques, &c., &o.f
fade to order, or Got, Basted and Fitted,
without making, aa ladiea may prefer.
PATTERNS
f~VF l'ADTWH' AM) CHILDREN*8 GABLf
menta of all kinds cat by meaaaro, with
Urectlons tor making up,
at th*
Dress and Cloak Waking
E8TAUL18HMENT
or
KIRS. KYLE AND MRS. WATKINS,
161 MAUI tmilT,
-- c.
Between the Hoop Skirt Store and P. KeniedyX)
W nrwKT.Twn,
- They reoelve the
Fashions, and Trimmed Patterns,
From Uas Boat BlIliMe loim.
ugll-cUwly
THEODOEE PINK,
Wholesale Dealer in Produce,
(tnlney st^ bet. Main and Market,
iqAS^ JUST RECEIVED AND FOB
10 tea Geo. F. Da via. A Oo'a Star 8, C. Hams
6 - M " Dried
5 zmasudouiuois.
50 bblflPoLock^Floxir Vlnoennos, Ind.
as " Atlantic " 44
25 M Uebhart's Best, Dayton. Ohio.
66 ** Dew Drop, Hamilton, Ohio,
^ tons WtopHeed!' Cincinnati.
&5o%??oorm.
25 bbJal*ure Older Vinegar, warranted.
til ; .
4 li/f A II H OOAi"?anothkb new
1V1 medical, pamphlet ft am the
pen of D&^Cvkizb. The "Hedleal..Times"
aya of thla worfc "Thla valuable treatise oc
thecaoseand cnre of prematura decline,
hm how -.health Jt Impaired through
secret abases of vonth manhood.and
how eaally regained. itctraatdaniyBOp
sis of the Impedimenta to marriage^ ttu
camaej^eaBB^ofnafTOO* debt th?
above will be forwarded on receipt of 30
eenta. by addressing Doctor Oman, Ho
58, North Charles atreet. Baltimore, hid.
v--w jnyg.lyd
THE "TOURIST."
? H*W BltLK O* SOFT BAT TOI
ssatlflBUaJtxtncelTed at
nm A BBOK
FURS ! FURS!
, TJIMI UOT or araTLMKn
Far Cap*. Ooll*!* and Qtoraa Jut nsatTM
"wl HAKPKR ? KROS.
Oil Tank.
^ mttMinaui
Business Suits
AT
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, M. G FT MAN & OP'S
EJbSnMtigttim:
FOULPLAY.
Art .... U
JL. WOVE li.
bt chas. r had is akd dion bouoioault.
Helen Rolleaton read tbla letter mor
I than once. She liked It dodo tbe leei
for being disconnected and unbuBinest
like. Sbe had seen her Arthur's busi
ness letters; models of oourteons con
cisenessi Sbe did not yalde .each oom
positions. This one she did. Shi
smiled over it, all beaming and blnah
ing; she kissed it, and read it again, anc
sat with it in her lap.
But, by and by. her mood changed
and, when Mr. Haul ventured upoi
deck again, he found her with her fore
bead sinking on her extended arm, anc
the lax hand of that same arm holding
the letter. She was crying.
The whole drooping attitude was bt
lovely, bo feminine, yet so sad, tha1
Hazel stood irresolute, looking wistful
ly at her.
Sbe caught sight_pf him, and, by c
natural impulse, turned gently away
as If to hide her tears. But, the nexj
moment, hub auerea uer mma, ana aalu
with a ouiet dignity that came natural
ly to her at lipaea, .Why ehould I hide
my care from ydu, air? -Mr. Hazel,
may I speak to you as a elergymanV'
'Certainly," said Mr. Hazel, in a
somewhat faint voice.
She pointed to a Beat and he sat down
near her.
She was silent for some time; her lip
quivered a little; she was struggling inwardly
for that decent composure,
which on certain occasions,distinguisl>>
es the lady from the mere woman; and
it was with a pretty firm voice she aald
what follows:?
"lam going to tell you a little secret;
one I have kept from my own father.
It la,?that I have not very long
to live."
Her hazeUey? rested calmly on hia
face while she said these words quietly.
He received them with amazement
at first; amazement, that soon deepened
into horror. "What do you mean?"
he gasped. "What words are these?"
"Thank you for minding so much,"
said she, sweetly. "I will tell you. I
have f? tB of oouKhing, not frequent, bat
violent; and then blood very often
comes from my lungs. That is a bad
sign,' you know. I have been so for
four months now, and I am a good deal
wasted: my hand used to be very
plump, look at it now. Poor Arthur!"
She turned away her head to drop a
gentle, unselfish-tear or two; and Hazel
Blared with inoreaslng alarm at the
lovely but waited hand she still held
t Itlm anrl nlanAQil i r\r\ at A r I< r
uut w UIUi| nuu RIBUV-IU iuw, cab miuui
Wardlaw's letter, held slightly by the
beloyed fto'gera.
He said nothing, and when she looked
round again, he was pale and trembling.
The revelation was so sadden.
"Pray be calm, sir," said she. "We
need speak of this no more. Bat now,
I think, you will not be surprised that
I come to yon for religions advice and
consolation, short as our acquaintance
Is."
'I am in no'conditlon to give them,"
said Hazel, in great agitation. "loan
think of nothing but how to save"you.
May Heaven help me, and give me wisdom
for that."
"This is Idle." Baid Helen Holleston,
gently, but firmly. ."I have had the
beat advice for months, and I get worse;
and, Mr. Hazel, I shall never be better.
So, aid me to bow to the will of Heaven.
Sir, I do not repine at leaving the
world: but It does grieve me to tbink
bow my departure will atfect those
whose happiness is very, very dear to
me."
8be then looked at the letter, blushed,
and hesitated a moment; but ended by
giving it to him whom sue had applied
to as her religions adviser.
"Oblige me by reading that. And
when you have. I think you will grant
me a favor I wish to ask you. Poor
fellow! so full ot hopes that I am doomed
to disappoint."
She rose to bide her emotion, and left
Arthur Wardlaw's letter In the bands
of him who loved her, if possible, more
devotedly than Arthur Wjrdlarrdid;
and she walked the deck penalvely,
llttlp dreaming how strange a thing she
bad done.
As for Hazel, he was in a. situation
poignant with agony ; only the heavy
blow tbat had just fallen had stunned
and benumed him. He felt a natural
repugnance taread this letter. But she
bad given him no choice. He read it.
In reading it he felt a mortal sickness
come over him, but he persevered; he
read it carefully to the end, and he was
examining the signature keenly, wben
\lloa Dnlloatnn falrtiniul Kim anil larlntr
tbe letter from him, placed it la her
bossom before hiB eyes.
"He loves me; doea be cot?" said abe,
wistfully.
Hazel looked half-stupldly in ber
face for a moment; then, with a candor
which was part of bis character, replied,
doggedly, "Yea, the man who
wrote that letter lores you."
"Then you caa pity him, and I may
venture to ask you the favor to? It
will be a bitter grief and dtaappointmeot
to him. Will you break It to him
av gently as-you can ; will you say. thai
bis Helen ? Will jou tell him whal
I have told you T"
"I decline."
This point-blank refusal surprised
Helen Rolleston; all tbe more that ii
was uttered with a certain sullenness,
aad even apserity, she had never seec
till thea ia this gentle clergyman.
It made her fear ahe had doae wrong
ia askiag it; and she looked ashamed
and distressed.
However, tbe explanation soon fol"My
business," said he, 4,1? to pro
long your precious me; ana, maiung
up your mind to die is not the way.
Yon shall have no encouragement ic
such weakness from me. Pray let bh
be your physician," '
' Thank jou," said Helen, coldly { *]
have my own physician."
"No doubt; but he shows me his- incapacity,
by allowing you tp lire'on
pastry and sweets; things that are uttei
poison to you^ Disease of the lnngs if
curable, but not by drugs and nnwhole
some food."
Mr. Hazel," a*id the lady, "we will
drop the subject, if yon please. It hai
taken an uninteresting turn."
"To yon, perhaps; but not to me,"
"Excuse me, tin if yon took that real
friendly Interest in me and my condi
tion I was vain enough to think yoc
might, you would hardly have refusec
me the first favor I ever asked yon
and," drawing herself up proudly
'need I say the-last?"
"Yon are unjust," ssId Hazel,sadly
uDjust beyond endurance. X re fast
you anything that is for yoqr good 1 X
who would lay down my life with nn
mixed joy for yon ?"
"Mr. Hazel!" And she drew baol
from him with a haughty stare.
"Learn the troth why I cannot, ant
will not, talk to Arthur Wardlaw
about you. For one thing, he la mj
; enemy, and I am his."
"His enemy-T my Arthur's!"
' "His mortal enemy. And I am golnj
i to England to clear an innooent man
\ and expose Arthur Wardlaw'a guilt."
' "Indeed!" aald Helen wiih -loft:
' contempt. "And pray what has'h
dene to itou t11.
lie had a benefactor, a friend j b
entrapped him Into caatiinc a note c
hand; which be mm; bare known, o
suspected to be; .forged; then basel'
deaerted him at the trial, and blasts
faia friend'* Jif* forever."
Arthur Wardiawdtd thatT"
"Be dtd: and that very Jamee Beatoi
' was his victim.
Her delicate nostrils were ezpandei
with wratb and her eya flashed fln
> "Mr. Hazel 70a are a liar and a alas
I derer." _
The man Rave a kind of abndder, a
if cold steel had paeaed through hi
heart. Bnt hie fortitude waa urea
. be aald, doggedly, "Time will shoe
- Tltne, and a jary of oar 000 n try men."
"I will be bis witaeei. I will as;
tbla la the mails* of a rival. Tea. a!
yoa forget that 70a have let oat tt
t motive of tbla wicked slander. To
XVUCUBAiX imiitHM<H. IM(
j1 GREAT
Reduction in Prices,
3 J?is
TO REDUCE STOCK. AT
. M. GXTTMATf & CO'I^
love me yourself; Heaven foreive me
for profaning the name ol love!"
k "Heaven forgive yon for blaspheming
the purest, fondest love, that ever
- />ne creature laid at the feet of another.
the villain Wardiaw; both from the
one and the other." - v - J.
"O," said Helen, clinching her teetfs,
"I hope thia Is trne; I hope yon do loye
me, you wretch; then 1 may find a way
to punish you for belvins the absent.
and stabbing trie to the heart, through^
him." i
' Her throat swelled with a violent convulsion,
and 8he oonld ntter no more
for a moment; and she pat her white
" handkerchief to her Hps, and drew it
" away discolored slightly with blood.
9 "Ah! yon love me," she cried; "then
J know; lor yonr comfort, that yoa have
shortened my short life a day or two,
by Blandering him to my face, yoa
; monster. Look there at yoar love, and
1 see what it has done for me."
J She put the handkerchief under hie
1 eyes, with hate gleaming in her own.
* Mr. Hazel turned ashy pale, and
glared at it with horror; he. oonld. have
seen bis Own shed; with stoical firm eis;
bat a'mortaI -sickness' struck his
heart at the sight qf her blood. His
hands rose and quivered in ^peculiar
way, his sight left him, and the strong
man, bat tender lover, staggered, and
fell heavily on the deck, in a dead
swoon, and lay at her feet, pale and
motionless.
She uttered a scream, and sailors
came running. ,,
They lifted him, with rough sympathy;
and Helen RolIeston?etired to her
oabln, panting with agitation. ~3utsho
had liule or no pity {or the slanderer.
She read Arthur WtrdlaW's lSfcter
again, kissed it, wept over it, reproached
herself for not having loved* the
writer enough; and vowed to repair
that fault. "Poor slandered Arthur,"
said she; "from this hour I will lov# |
you aa devotedly aa you love me."
J , - , [TO DK OOXTKftJKD L
: Poltttcal Sltaatlon is West TlrgtoU
Death of Hon. Henry* S. Walker,
Ex-Congressman.
Editors Intelligencer:
We take great pleasure in informing
the* editor end would-be Congressmin
of tbe First District of West Virginia,
that be made a Blight mistake, under
the heading, "Tbe Faithful Wounds of
Friendship," in tbe issue of November
19th, 1868. It was not "Nat. Harrison,"
nor "Bolivar Young," 'hoas-pistol parson,'1
whose electlona were defeated; aa
"Nat." the "aa perb," Is elected by more
than eleven "inglorious" majority, and
the "theological Thug's" majority over
"Captain C. A. Sperry," (Democrat to
tbe State Senate) is sufficient to secure
another vote to "His Excellency, the
dog, for the United States Senate,** "or
some other knave or fool." Dear exCongressman
and soperanuated Inhabitants
of military prison, your rooster
is in tbe habit of crowing rather aoon.
You had better extract "the teaspoonful
of brain and salt It," administering
a little qulnlnertb settle tbe nerves, so
that be will not rise ao early. Tbe telegram
you received from tbe Union Register,
you Will And to be about aa reliable
as the wheeling Register on the
"3.000 Democratic majority in West Va.
You wilHlearn by and by that it was
McPherson, Sperry, Camden, Seymour,
Walker, and the whole rebel crew who
were not only defeated and diaappointed
in the Seventh Judicial and Ninth
Senatorial Districts, but thronghqpt
the State of West Virginia and the
Union. Dear trio of- Bakers and
Walker, we congratulate you on tbe
destruct oa of the Atheneum* the at-,
sence of General Hunter, and soldiers
no nearer than Fairmount. We know
2ou tremble in your boota when you
ear of Yankee soldiers in tbe State,
although they be 77 miles distant. Yeu
need not fear tbe enchanted ground
near the PostoUlce, a* tire haa rendered
your cage untenable.
We would- bid you an affectionate
farewell, as you take on your aonioti
exit Iroin the land of ^'Kilkenny cats,'
wishing you a happy voyage up -"Sail
river," where there are no Congressional
halls, "rump Congress," "illegitimate
State'' or PoBtoffices to derange
the "teaspoonfal of brain," or disturb
the quiet of your retreat; and where
you may engage in your former legitimate
business of selling strlcfanioe
whiskey, in partnership with your paltor,
P. V. Nasby, in tho grocery business,
until "Brick Pomeroy" gives you
a place in bis cabinet, so richly earned,
or until he send9 you collector" of customs
at the "Five Points," New York;
or minister extraordinary to "Billingsgate,"
England, from which eminence
of fame you may easily soar onward
and downward to the. prime ministry
of blaggarda In tbo~ region of' fallen
angels and men, and finally become
. the prince of the ancient inhabitants of
Sodom and Gomorrah.
Hon. Henry S. Walker, poor fellow I
he died the 23d of last October, in the
first year of his reign. He fell on tbe
field of battle, all oovered with blisters,
by the ruthless' balbts of Radicals,
led on by General Duval, 035 majority.
1 Head; 4'overpowered, but not conquered J
Alas! poor Henry! The well known'
tread of his short leg, will be heard do
more forever, on the pavements leading
trp to the Capitol and the Congres!
sional Hall. 'His melodious voice no
; longer echoes in the House of Repre"
sentatives. No longer will he write
sweet morsels for the Wheeling Regis,
lert and the La Crosse JDcmocrat, as
special oorresponeht at Washington, D.
C. His mortal remains are being cou[
veyed up MSaltRiver," where they will
be embalmed in spirituous . liquors,
, where they will Anally be consigned to
I Salt and Brimstone Lake.
L?et ue have-peace," to his memory;
let his desk be draped la mourning, let
' the capital at Washington he shrouded
in blackness, let the members of Oon'
gress clothe themselves In mournlqg
for two years to come: let tbe Nation?
1 aye! let people sit down In sackcloth
' and ashes, let the son refuse to shine
' and the moon veil ber'face, Jet the earth
, be covered in tbe sable shades of EgypL
tian night, for a great man haB fallen,a
mighty Democrat is dead. Ah I the
trio are crashed, they Who held up the
defuncl monarchy of Damocraoy. Tbe
pbief pillars are broken. Ob! ye "con*
servative" Democrats constitutional
Rebels, stand from under, ^ for tbe
i mighty weight of Free Negroes and
1 Radicals have ruined us and ground
1 the whole Democratic pasty,to powder;
"O, Xiucifer, son olLtfte morning, bow
. tbOu art fallen." Qonq to where the
1 "Whang a doodle mournetb her first
born." Grant and Bormanite.
?U I ' MKlLKMStrr CATg.'9
' "
fjoleisgt la Brooke County.
Correspondence of rittiburgh Commercial,
Stbdbusviijji, O,, Nov. 17,1868.
The Republicans of Brooke conhty,
West Va., occupied the bluffs opposite
this city last night. Theirs camp fires
and marching lights, through tbe dim
mlat that bang over the river, bad the
appearance of * ^thnaa^moylng,
flashing stars. But we had no tmr of
invasions Our people knew they MWfp
rolnlni n cr ornr Iho innttu nf a nnm mnn
am, and In the prospect of that
peace which Gram's election promises
< to seoar#to all the oonntry. The Re,
pabllcanaof Brooke ooonty are a wide
awake, earnest people, and when the
1 work of the canraaa waa before them
? they were not found asleep. At the
s
Of October, one of iU notable feat area
r was the Brooke connty delegation.
s aKWjgassiwwSSa:
i
} commercial, h ilteiluai, lb at Brooke
I
' 1 i'm. u
Cabinet makers are Terr busy with
General Grant now.; Governor Stare n*
son, of West Virginia, ought to try bti
5 band at II, for he was an excellent cab
loet maker when be llred in Pittabargh;
' ?PUUburgh GazitU.
' Tfll Governor or"Ohio has ?lren UO'
'< Uee that the new seal or that State wll
a hereafter be naed.
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