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FURS. ttlBBOISTS, < MILLINERY GOODS, \ LADIES HATS, \ DRESS TRIMMINGS, , Tvld. Gloves, ! vikna, emrr.rsj a>n alkxandkk. i Velvets, Satins, etc. D. A. ADLER & CO., l-l l Main Htroot.; oc20 GRAND DEPOT FOR HOLIDAY GOODS!! THE FINEsrft LAUOESTSTOCK OF Books anil Miscellaneoos Goofls For the HOLIDAYS over brought. to the city, are now offered l>y A. W. PAULL & CO., IOO mis ifK-tr. fpllE STOCK COMPRISES KINK. OUDII nary ami cheap Hooks Toy Books. XojfK. Zoelioie?. Fiue BiMrf, Hymn nvu Praver Book*; Alliums, Writing Uo-k*. J-fldjeV Com pani iix-s, Huiluiug and AlpliPb2llCill Hlccks, liold Pens nnd Penrtl*, Portfolio*, Tourists CRs>es, da, ?c. Among ti?t? G TVE E S are Patchecsl, Baz'que. < ribbage, "oil a Bowl, "i ipy lopfy, Tivoll, cntA-, Backgammon, Chequers, Detective, Author*, ^quulls Solitaire, me ? rot em tiatne, &f.,& llook and Crook. Chinese and Keystone Puzzle*. Melul.c J?ckfctra\vs, Ac., Ac PlancettU-a and 1'ccdelnm incles. s:u.l In fact EV.EBYTHING. UOVSJ fflktSnMiigtmer. TKl'IUDAY noil.MSG. I>EC. lO. I?rw .tiiv?rltncufiith. Hardware a: Law Prices. Auction Sale. For Sale Very Law. Torrey'u Rubber Molding. Headquarters for Holiday Good?. Holiday Presents. -? w/. ? Commissioner of Deeds.?Govornor Boreuiiu yesterdaj* appointed W. S. Dunu to be a (Toutmi*bioner of Deeds for the State of West Virginia in New York city. Bringing Them to Timk.?The resolution passed by Ibe City Council on Friday evening, regarding unpaid licenses. was very promptly nut into effect. Several of the "collee bouse" keepers were notified yesterday that ibey must pay tbeir licentes at once, or ba closed Up. Olk Hull's Concert to-night will be the most successful one ever given here. At noon yesterday, nil the Uckvts ou hand for reserved s?ats were sold, bui we are iuuirmed a fresh supply will by ready >.t Sbeib's Music Store this morning, so that those disappointe.l st dl bavean opportunity of securing a seau Counting Votes.?Governor Boramau, yesterday, finished counting the vote of Brooke county, for the candidates fjr the Circuit Judgejbip, preliminary to issuing a certificate of election. A special messenger was dispatched for the ballots and poll books of Hancock county, and they were expected t~> arrive last evening or this moruing. Detained.?Tbn Tuesday trains on the IJ. A. O. R. K. were all some two hours behind time, and the trains of yesterday totally lost their reckoning, the five o'clock train being live or six hours behind time. The cause of detention was the heavy ( nowstorm in the neighborhood of Cranberry Summit. I'll** hiiosv thprt* i? M>*i(l m been the heaviest ever known, the drift, in places lying 10 or 15 feat deep. To-night's Entertainment.?It seldom that we have the opportunity of enjoying such a musical treat, us will bespread before us to-night. We need hardly way that we ref&r to iho Coucert to given by Olk Bull at Wnsliington Hall. Nearly everbody intends tcoinjt, as the sale or seats at Sheib's Music Store has been unusually large, and but few remain. These will bo taken by tho^e who call first this morning. We suggest that you may never have another opportunity of hearing this marvellous violinist, and if 3'ou fail logo you may always regret it. Festival.?The crowd at Ihe Festival in Oil's Hall las: night was not as large as it should have been, when the object and the preparation made by the young Indies to make it a Hucces. are cousid> ered. Not discouraged, however, by iheblitn results attending their eOb/tH last evening, the young ladies have dew termined to lignt up the hall ni / spread such a table this evening, as wf?l tempi the veriest epicure. Oysters, and all ibe other delicacies of the season will be served up in abundance, and i' is confidently hoped that hundreds will avail themselves of the oppoitunity to testify their appreciation of the laudable object in view, viz: the support of the orphans uuder the care of the English Evangelical Lutheran Congregu non. Personal.?Mr. W. F. Griswoli, of Now York City, who was a passenger on board the America at the tiuie of her detraction, was in the city ye*ter? day. He *ftc?pt*d from the burning vessel by jumping int0 the water when the boat whh Home '2L yards from the Indiana shore. He dencribea the scene at the burning venselH rr leariul beyond description, and speaks hiplily of the coolness and presence of iniud of Mr. Taylor, the clerk of tho America, vvhocb course at the trying moment secured the safety of the passengers, a lull statement of what Mr. Taylor saw and experienced, was published in the Cincinnati Enquirer of last Sunday mornMr. Grip wold left for home on an early train this morning. Police Court?Wednesday, December 9.?A charge against Jacob Dick, for assault, waa dismissed at the defendant's costs, for insufficient grounds of th? suit. A like charge against Charles Dick, was dismissed at the defendant's costs, for a similar reason. Herman nines, for assault, was dismissed from the suit at the ccmnlaln ant's coats, on tbe urouud of insufficiency of the offense. In these cases, tbe two former defendants, it was alleged, had been **nKaged in throwing snowballs and stones at Herman llines, who appeared as complainant, and thesaid IiinoH was charged with assault iu attempting to chastise one of tbe boys. The Judge decided from tbe evidence that the grounds of the several suits were tpo trifling to impose any finis. The Dick brothers were probably 10 or 12 years of age. The case of John Crawford for malicious destruction of property, was dismissed an not coming within the ordinance. The circumstances in this case would be properly tried in an action tor trespass, ns it was in reference to two adjoining bouses. HOLIDAY PBBBJCWTB.? Messrs. Oxtoby A Daffleld offer * superior collection Of gold watchee, Jewelry, rings, Ac., suitable for holiday presents. Hoard op Education?Regular Meetng.?Tho Board met last evening at tho W 3lty Building, President Clohan in the tb "hair. Present, MoHura. Baird, Bickel, . ttoring, Bayha, Clohan, Ewlng, liall, th Hutchinson, Harrison, Laueagter, po Stuart, Wheat, and Wilson. rlt The tninutea of the previous meet- th iug were read and signed by the 1'resl- gl lent. A report was read from F. S. Wil- an Hhuih. Superintendent of Public Schools, allowing the enrollment and Be nverage attendance of scholars, and tho th nnumut of salary paid to teachers, it [luring tho several months of tho past th iiuurter. Ordered to be placed on tile, fo The Clerk proaented the following bills bills: The Board of Education to st: ilonry Gunther for removing old wall, sc (as per contract) 530. To the same for rebuilding a portion ty of the wall of Washington School- n house, $07 60. Moved by Mr. Wheal that the Clerk be authorized to draw au us order in favor of Mr. Guntber for $30, In and inform that gentleman that the Board could only recognize him in a at contract for work. Carried. in The Clerk presented tho bill ol J. W. Ufi Brodie, contractor, containing items cl to the amount of i!5, for extra ai work on the Washington school house, sit said bill not having been certified to by the Superintendent, Mr. Fairfax. On th motion of Mr. Wheat, the bill (except- u? itig one item of $100, which was pro- ai vidt'd 'or by special contract) was re- m forred back to tho Superintendent In ol order that the amount of brick laid and charged for as extra, might bo ascer- m tamed by actual count. h< The certified bill of J. W. .Brodie, m contractor, for extra work on the Washington school school house, amounting gi to $?00 o0, on motion ot Dr. Bdird, waa til ordered to be paid. ' at Mr. Wilson ollered n resolution authorizing the School Commissioner of ai ( jiltto township to purchase two new m Stoves and repair old ones. Carried.The following bills were rend and al- si IoWiii: Cha<;. Jiruhort, kindling fur- e? ni&hed, ?1 iiO; H. Morris, sundries 50 "t cents; W. 11. Robinson, aundries, ?1 20; en Armstrong liolliday, lumber, Ac., |S7S; G. G. Bay lui, work and repairu, f 12 3(i; J, W, Brodie, lumber, coal and ol work, ?71 fo Mr. Kwing uslccd tho purchase of a ti> new net of maps for the Uuiou town motion toe clerk was instructed to pre- hi euro them. Dr. Baird !>re**ut< d a communication at from Superintendent Williams con- re ceruing a non-resident colored youth in who desired admission to the colored school nt reduced tuition. Mr. Wlieut moved that ho be admitted at $2 50 per quarter, (hall the usual II amount,) which irotion utterthefalluro.il ofseveral uuifciiioent, was earried. i'resldeut Clohau called the attention Of the Board to a defect in the 2fl!ll sec- fa tion of the special school law for Wheel* 1,1 In* district. 1* On motion of Dr. Baird, the Board ? directed the appointment of a special Committed to report at the next regular ? meeting, such amendments a9 were h deemed necessary to the law. The chair appointed Messrs. Bickel, Ewiug and Lancaster. a: Moved that when the Board adjourn, it t?e to meet on Wednesday evening the?M:nst. n Adjourned. o: City tVu.vcn.?First IIranch.?The ?' Fir at Branch of the City Council met on Tuesday eveulup. In 11??? absence t:f Ills lluocr the Mayor, Mr. W. I*. Wil- a son wjs called to the chair. Present, Messrs. Blair, Ctruahan, Ewinp, English. Franzheltn, llall,Liarper, Paunell, Quarrier, Wilson Audr*?w, and Zinn. The minutes of the previous meeting a] were read and signed by the President pro (cm. H The report of the City Clerk was pro* k, rented, giving a list of a?l those who n, have not paid license due tbe city. On motion of Mr. English, tlio Cily Sergeant was instructed to enforce ihe law and close the houses of all those ^ who do not p?y their license at once. On a re quest from Mr. Quarrier, the Commute* ou Finance was granted further limo In rpniirt. On motion, iho action of the Second Hrancta upon the petition of the Whitaker Iron Works was concurred in. The report ol the Committee on Ughta was read, and the actiou of the Second "l Branch upon the report concurred in. The report of the Committee on Accounts was received from the Secoud Itranch, aud their action concurred in, c excepting a part of tlie biil of S. Ott tt Co. for 5213 73, lor a 15 ton scale, which was laid on the table. The report of the Committee on Wat- " er Works wan read and the action of the Second Jiranch upon the l*t, 21 and 4'.h resolutions concurred in, the First E' Branch refusing to concur iu their action upon theU:u resolution. A resolution instructing the Street pi Commissioner to remove obstructions ju in North street, was amended by in- L, structing him to remove like obstructions on Market street, opposite St. John's church, nnd thus passed, and al sent to the Second liranch. st Adjourned. IllvKit News?The water was mill OI risine at this port lust evening, with 11 t0 feet '? inches in the ehanel. Weather Ir> cold and cloudy, though clear a pait ^ of the day. h< The .lulla for Ziueaville left here at 7 o'clock yeMenlny morning. The Bivard pa>sed up yesterday morning lor Pit I* burg. The Itsbeccn departed for Parkersburg at 11 a. m. The Golden Kagle, with a good trip of freight left for Cincinnati about 5 o'clock, l\ M. ** The Kenton, lor Pittsburgh, left here about A*A !* 31. The Grey Hagle, for 141 Parkersburg, passed down last night. The Suntish and Sieubenvllie boats p were i uuning as usual yesterday. a] To-day's Packets: lniromar for ul Pittsburgh at 7 a. m ; Kxpress for aI Parkersburg at 11a. 31.; Waunita for Xew Orleans direct at ; Bayard for ^ Parkersburg at i? v. m. ^ M | ei For. a Christmas Prbsknt, buy your Ir.dy friend an improved Grover it Biker hewing machine. Forsimpliclty, excellence, durability, speed and ease of motion, it is unequaled, while Che work H neater, stronger and better than any oilier; no bobbius, no breaking of s?"tm* when goods aro washed; .. do troubieabjut tensions, uo fit^, and j* no need of iniCbluo shop at more to 15 keen thein in repair. Call at OxtobyA: Dn (Hold's f??wt-lry store, 103 Maine pfi street, and see machines and line ^ display of i?o'.d and silver watches, line jewelry, &u., for the holidays. Pkrkmi'Toby Sai.kok fink Gold and SilA'KR Watcubk.? A rare chance is offered those wanting a fine reliable q, G?lil or Silver Watch of tho best and t most celebrated uia<ces in tho country, fu American, Waltham or K'.lery Stewnrt m ?fc Co , and others, ladles'and Gentle- cj man's Watches of ull s .vies, n very line p| assortment just received i?y Hubbard it Bro., ou consignment to aoll at auction B1 without reserve on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings of this week. The goods will be on exhibition each day of sale. See advertisement. ? Ci;kton Cloths, BufTalo Alpacas. B IrUhPoj^mH, heuvyBlack Silks^Alex- A -?i.nnM, (jioiiRine ctoins, Shawls, 1'urs, li'.ankets, Tablo Linens, Household furnishing goods generally, lit All will be sold at the lowest market at price by J. H. Smith ?fe Co. N Foit Fine Blfclee, Hymn ana I'raver Rooks, for Ibo Holidays, gotoA.'w. IMull tfc Co/e. , Many yeure npjo the writer y.l this te notice, and an invalid physician, while M visiting the Island of St. Croix for their health, experienced and witnessed many surprising ami beneficial effects of tliu Hum there produced upon many = or the mvallds who were, like our- g selves, seeking health, and upon in- \ qulry anil investigation, obtained a lull history of its medical virtues. IIo whs delighted and surprised, and de- p (ermined to mnke it (he basis of a 'Jo- * 11 ic and Restorative Medicine. The re- L suit of his labors was a glorious suecea.s for hitnRelf anil suffering humani- JlJi ty. The celebrated Plantation Bittkrh were thus made known to tho roi world. Ileing an artielo oi real merit* be founded on new principles, and relying wholly upon the vegetable kingdom for its medicinal effects, it worked w a rapid revolution in the treatment of W physical debility. Magnolia Water?Superior to the best imported German Cologne, and ^1 sold at half tho price, eod*w \ pew reasons, why the Wheelar ?fc llson Sewing Machine ' should have e preference over all others. 1st. Because it has always received e Highest Premiums at all the imirtnnt fairs held in Europe and Arae> :a, the award being made by men of o highest standing, and capable of ving anintelllgent decision. 2d. The fact that it uses no shuttle id makes the lockatiteh. 3d. The fact that of all the different >wing Machine stitches offered to ? public during the last ten years, has been clearly demonstrated that e lock stitch ia the only xtilch suitable r lamily sowing or .manufacturing. 4th. For beauty and excellence of itcb, alike on both sides of the fabric >wed. 5!b. For strength, frmness, elasticiaud durability of seam that will ot rip or ravel. G:b. For cconomy of thread. By the IH flf ihiH Ilinnhinn Hn Ir auvail h short time. 7th. For simplicity of parts and adaption to the widest range of work, for stead of boasting of a variety of leless stitches and movements, it Hirns to make bnfc one kind of stitch id that with the finest movements posblc. Sth. The Wiieeler dfc Wilson is e only Hewing Machine in the world ilng the glass cloth presser, braider, id corder with the improved hemer udapted to making every width ' hem. y.b. For the fact that it Is the only achine upon which you can seam, >>n, loll, gather and sew on without liking change in the machine. 101b. For its compactnesH and eleince oi model and finish, and at ie same time being sold as low, or the same price ot other machines. 11th. For its speed, ease of operation, iunngoinent, and quietness of moveent. liiLh. For the fact that its sales uh town by sworn yearly statements, liial the combined sales of "Singer," Jrover d" Baker" aud "Howe," which in only be attributed to its superior! as u machine lor family use. 13th. Kvery machine sold from our lice, or by oar agents, is warranted ir three yearn, and thorough instrucons given in its use free of charge. 14th. It has been the popular Family Dwing Machine for fifteen years, and unce it is no experiment to buy it. Everyone is invited to call and exnine these Machines at our Males>oin, 09 Main St., Wheeling, whether itending to purchase or not. Wm. Somnkb it Co. Beautiful Hocking Horses at the holiday Hoods Bazaar of D. Nlcoll it ro. , Grkat Men.?Men are great in difmm sphered. Webster as a stutesian, Grant us a soldier, and Dr. J. W. olund as the 1 inventor of the Hulor Doctor, for the cure of Scrofula; ud White l'ine Compound, lor coughs, >lds, and kidney diseases. Sold by KtUlUII IV V.O, UOi>V TjOOK at the bead of the local column tid kch who's got Squalls. TlTBOAT AFFECTIONS, such aa Hoarse oss, Loss of Voice, aud Weakness o: flho Bronchial Tubes, yield readily tc le While Vine Compound, For bale rery where. d&w Uo to the Nulioual Business Collect ud learn Book keeping. 1Lerb we are, Chinese Billiards at A. Paull it Co's. a Skw and Sufkrior Stock.?we r?? receiving n new stock of Ladira', Usses' and Childrena' extra hi^l) cut tiitiinrni* and Button 6aik?rfl, of the ?st Philadelphia make and of the best aterial, at 107 Main street. Blond & Bach.man. Beautiful Gold Pens, Pencils and 'riling Desks for Christmas, at Paull'ft loii Main street. Bi.ond tfc Bacuman have the best aud rgost assortment. of Indies', Misses' id Childrena' Shoes that are kept in e city; and as to prices, they can sell em cheaper than they can be bought ly where elso in this town. Another lot ot the New and Kxcitjj game of Detective at A. W. Paull Co'a. At Blond ?fc Bachmau's, No. 107 Main reet, they keep the best make of Mens' i-IWn Knnlu ?r?<? soil Ilium .it *4 OA New additions to the large variety ol lines at A. W. Paull tfc Co's. Whose Turn Next??A fresh sapy of the celebrated Tobacco Antidote at received by T. If. Logan it Co. and agan, List ik. Co. Any amount of Christmas coeds ol 1 styles and varieties at No. 10t>, Main reel. Ik you need a Truss, Shoulder Brace supporter?and one that is warranted fit you--we advise you to go to Edund Hocking'* or Jiocking tfc Miller's rug Store, and wo are sure you will ) suited. Office Wiikelrk it Wilson'h 1 Sewing Maouines, V 0 AfAiN ST., WITREI.TNO, W. VA. J Luilit's using tho Wheeler ?fc Wilson nving Machines are earnestly request1 to leave immediate notice at our of2e whenever they are out ol order or ay instructions in sewing are desired. Our interest not being second to that ^purchasers, in their successful oper.1011, We hold ourselves in readluess, ; all times, to reuder any necessary id practicable assistance. Wo are particularly desirous that rery machine in Wheeling and vicini' should bo used successfully and give itlre satisfaction; and for this purpose o willing to spare neither pains nor i penwe. Parties living at a distance will please tmmunicate with us by mail. Respectfully, etc., Wm. Sumnkii it Co. Bradi.ky's Popular Garner at the oliday Goods Bazaar of D. Nicoll & ro. Two Mason tfc Hamlin Organs for 110 at a largo discount at Sheib's Music lore. IIkautiKui< Presentation Books of all inds Htid prices at Paull's. Attknd the National Businkss 3l1.f.ok, Union Ham., Main St., hums Payaulk in Advanok.?For the 111 course in Book-Keeping and Penanship, including the Knglish Branics if desired, 5-10. Students can coinetc the entire course ovenings alone, ootns open from 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 4 id 7 to 9 p. m. For further lnforma:>n call at College rooms, or address S. I. McCoy, Principal. Wheeling, fV. Va, Another lot of Crandall's Building locks, for children, just received at . W. Paull ct Co's. Z3ETR0PB, or Game of Life, Myrlop;on. Panorama of the Rebellion, <fcc., the Holiday Goods Bnzaar of D. icoll it Bro. Moke Fighting Boosters at Paull'd. J unirun Tar 8oai?" cures cnappetl bauds lt-rheum. pimples, and nil cutaneous nfation*, rendering the akin soft and smooth, auufai-.tured by CASWKliL, HAZARD A CO., _ ... . New York bold by all pnigglKiH. my4-Mo.Th.d&w J DEC Mi jE-lSr T . H. Tt K. BBOW'H h(Bnix Hydraulic Cement lOR HYDRAULIC ENERGY. EQUAL to any manufactured in tuo On I tod lien. Every barrel warranted. Oontracra are very respectfully solicited to give a trial. Forsnlo in any qnantlts?. Don't get tbo brand. Alwaya remember the it Is the cheapest, capacity of oor Mnia ual to any demand. Orders solicited and nmptly filled. , P. C. HIL.URHTH ft BRO., Agents for est Virginia, No. 68 Main street, wheeling, . Va. . ocI7-2ni Common Lime. f\A BBL8. W?23T WHEELING LIME UU in barrels. P. O. HHZDRETH A BRO. Sailor's (SWmatt. December 2d, 1868. ! il il U-SC 01 sZ C PRICES REDUCED! .< < I . . . r Geo. R. Taylor & Co. OFFER FROM THIS DAY FORWAHI until this advertisements withdrawn Cocheco, Merrimack D., i Sprague, Pacific, Hamilton, American, Richmond, Amoskeag and Dunnel's Prints :; At 125 OTS. RETAIL All Wool Blankets In 10, ll, 12 <&:i3-i at UToany .Keaucea rriues* :WHTTER i Dress Goods! > > :XliTCXiTJXDX2SrC3Irish Poplins. Black & Col'd Silks, , Empress Cloths, Heavy Repps, Velours, Black & Colored Barrltz, All otldrdil v?ir?;iow to roJuoa Rtu.k. Also _t> 'XJSTIEJ Hudson Bay Sable, FOREIGN MINK. nr i n? o n . AND SIBERIAN SQUIRREL'FDRS nT a xrr< SHAwls, CLOAKINGS, < -AT LOW PBICBS. L"zonsrs Black Silk Velvets. WATER PROOF CLOTHS, IN BLACK, BROWN 4 OOLU MIXTOBEi Boulevard Balmorals; HOOP SKIRTS, IN LATEST STYLES. GLOVE PITTING CORSETS HA.HE.XS' Seamless Kid Gloves. Lace Goods and Embroideries OF ALL KIND3. 'Pohlo T.innn Napkins, Doyles, Towels, Turkey Bed Damask, &c. Alloa low an any other bouso In the coontry can afford the same qualities. 6BO. B. TATLOB * CO. decs gootfl acfl Jttoes. eJu.st Received.. LAD I EH' GLOVE KIU BUTTON GAlTiSHS. Lriulies' Turkey Morccco Button (Julten*. MHscanml Children?. Turkey Morocco Napoleons. Lndlen and Mltses. tioat Napoleon?, Mens' Kip 15 film orals. Beys* Kip do Boys' Calf Boots. i The above, with a large stock of all kinds of Boots and Bhoes, will be sold at vary low prioos for i Cash. FOESEY & HUGHES, nov-n 130 mai ? sTKrtrr. FIUBT STOCK OP FALL AND WINTER GOODS, JU8T KKUKIVKU AT BOYD & WAYMAN'S, Wu?!ore?lu IJcalera in BOOTS AND SHOES, So. 6tf, Main Hlruet, uext iloor to I* B. l>olaplalu A Hon. if pM WHKF,LIX?. \V. V. nro. xivwakt*. n.-B. xako.t. stow*. ? NEW WIJ^LI^AIJ! . BOOT & SHOE STORE EDWARDS, jTONE & Co., No. 74 Main Ut.. WlfEKUNti, W. VA. , mart KDWARDH, BTONE A CO. > * (ifnusyoriaiuu. Cleveland & Pittsburgh Sail Koad, ON AND AKTKIt NOV. 23KU, 1SC8, Trains will run iih follows: Kx|i?i?ri. M.'dJ. ivxpiuM L.'vo Itrldgeport.. ?::ti a ni 11*2"? a iu 2:tM p m Hleubeuvulu 7.48 a m 12:29 p ui :?:t0 p iu WelUvllle Sriu a m 1:50 p m 4:15 p m Alliance 11:15 a in 5:!?p in f?5fl p ni Arv Cleveland.... 2:00 p in 8:C<i o m ?.*U) p in Cnxitllue...... 4:45 |? in 1*:4J p iu 1< :43 p in Fort Wayuel2:40 a in U^O a in 8:50 a m i Chicago 7:20 a m 10:15 a in 10:15am f Pltt>>burgb...ll:< 0 a m fioprn 6:45 pin liarrlhburu... 10:30 p m 5^:30 a m 6-10 a ra ? ilaltlmoro?.. 2:i?o a in 7:30 a in 0:20 a 111 Washington. .r>:l5a ill 10:i0 a in 12:^5 p in Philadelphia 3:10a in Monm liKOOura New YorKvla Allentown... 8:15a m 11.00 a m 12.20 p in New York via Philadelphia 0:50 a in 1:20 p ni 1;20 p in Ticket* to ail principal point* in the Ka*t and We?t can be proenrudatlbe Unionotlice in McLnro How, aud at tlio tttation at Bridgeport. F. K, MY1SIW, deci Uoneral Ticket Agent, BALTIMORE A OHIO R. H."COMP'Y Wiieki.imj, November 28th, IXGS. pAHMKNGKH TRAINS WILL RUN HY J tbo following ochednle on and after the 10th dav of November, 1KK8?Wheeling time. KXPKE8S TRAIN. BAT? LEAVf.H WKST. VIA C. O. I). Wheeling i Leave Wlieelln r dolly Rt...?10:50 a. in.' dally at, 11:40 p.m. AKItlVKH AT r.Jiliiir.. 4:10 Urafton 120 p.m. arrives at Cumberlaud.l0:12 " Cambridge.-. 7:3i " Harper's K'y 2:5-J aan. Ziuesvllle..J:A5 Baltimore..... f>:5r> ' Newark 10:45 " WuKliliigtou. b.40 " Columbu.".... 12:10 a.m. Kzeept ttundaya. fcxceptSuuday. FAST LINE. KAfTT? LKAVCH I WS8T, VIA C. O. D. Wheeling Leaves Wheeling dally at.. _ 5:20 p.m. dally at-....0:25 a. in aru.vkn at Eeilalr.. U:40 (J run on lt:iop.m.| AKklvtH at , Cumberland 3:40 a.m. Cambridge... 1:15 p. m. ' Uur.u.m Ii'iirn7''ll '/iil.wvIIu. .. Winchester " .Newark J.15 " Baltimore .....1?:10 " Columbu-. 5-J'i WaNh'n City 12:2 ? p.Ul | MAIL TRAIN. CAST?LEAVES west, VIA c. o. d. Wheeling Leaves Wheel In g dally hi.?Sh'.Z p ni. dally at H:to a. m. ARRIVES AT Bellalr wo j Grafton ? -2^">u a.m. akrivk< at Parker*burg. 11:10 * CambildKe.~.7:30a. in. Cumberland-7:40 M 7. 4nts?vlile.....i?:I0 Harper's F'y 12:40 p.m. Newark lt:43 Hagerstown " 'Co!umbuf...l2::5) p. ra. Winchester ' Sunday* and MonWash'n Clty.*b:l0 M days excepted. i Baltimore] 4:4j " ) Uandays exoopled. | Trains on tUe Main Llue make conncctlonsat Baltimore with trains for Pblladel^hla, New York and Kr.ston At Relay [onre, vU Washington City, lor all points Bouth. Central Ohio trains ronko direct connection at Columbufi for all polnta West and Northwest. Tickets to nil princlp.il polut* can be proenred at tlie otnee. ( JOHN !?. WILSON. Master of Transportation, Haitlrnore. it. T. i?:vkiks tlrcl General Agent. Wlirx-Ilng HEMPFIELD RAIL ROAD. ON AND AFTKR MONDAY, MARCH 28, isB8, the train on the Ilempfleld iiallruad will run as follows: l^ave Washington .~.7:30 a. m. A?rlve at Wheeling .. &*)a. in. RETURNING: Leave Wheeling., ?.A00 p. m. Arrive at W Kahli.-uton ?_6:0t) p.m. ?P*2 W. D. BURTON, a 11 p u 0. H. BOOTH. J. G. JELLY. W. O. BA1TXLLX. JOHN MDLKHIf BOOTH, KATiELLK A CO., wholesale and retail dcalkrp in , FAMILY GEOCERIEG. p.,??t Rt?rM, Prorfnc*, FUK^tl A CURED MEATB, LAKE ICE ? CANNED FRUITW, Ac., cx>mer Monroe and Water H tree is, WHEELING, W. VA. iM CONNECTION W1T1C THE HOUME there is h Wharf Boat, and It Is the design the firm to do a Forwarding nnd Commission and Storage btistnc**, act a* HUiuuhoa Agents und furnish all rteMlmble inlormatlen \ pertain tng tlienito. . ]y!4 Flour, Flour. > inMBBLS. JUST ARRIVING, KMJAH/IJ bracing Vhe following brands: Baltic. Dayton Snow Flako. Berker, ' Lilly Whlto, Kurty, Oriental, List, M. ?fe Co.. Crescent City. All offered at llio very lowest rates. LI??T. MUKKISQN CO Bar Iron. OAR 1 RUN, round and square, /mm X> Wayne and Anierlcau and Hligo Mllis, , Pittsburgh. Kak Ikon, flat, ;rom to 6AJ4Bar Ikon, oval, half oval and half rontnl Bab Ikon, single nnd double HorteHhoo Bak Ikon, Hoop from to4 in. Bar Iron, Wagon tire*s cut to lengths. I'. C. HILDRKTH A BRU. Tar, Rosin and Roofing Cement. qft bbls north carolina tar. 4i\J 10 ' low No. 1 Rosin. 30 " Roofing Cement. Pare Pine Tar put up in one gallon mus. and warranted to be hk represented, on hand and for sale low. CliAH. H. BERRY, apr?9 No. 18 Water Hlreer 1 CHARLES SEIBBE, yiANCY DYER, BCOURER AND RKJj FAIRER, South street, near the R. a o. R. R. Depot, Wheeling, W. va. All kind* orBhawls, Dresses, Ribbons, and every deHcrlptlon of Silk and Woolen Goods executed at shurt notice, and on reasonable terms. Also, prepared to do dyeing in auy color for Woolen Factories. Ac. mar24-ly HANDLAN, JORDAN ft CO., ~ POP IT D A mr Ti D D ? w Jk? Aft. J. Xk. V? A. -Ill XV O) A5D DEALERS TV Flonr, Oila, Cheese, Grain, &c. PORK HOUSE:?Cor. John and 4th fit*. OFFICE!?17 MAIH BTKCKT. 15 Bales Jute Wool Twine j DOT RECETVKP and ror Rale low for cafth. %T?r1W t'HAH. H. BKKHY Calcined Plaster. 1 A fi BBLfi. FLiABTER PARIS, Phllado 1UU pliia nmJte,received by P. O. H1LDRETH A BUO. guanranw. . iETNA Fire & Marine Insurance Campans OF WHEELING. I CAril'At, .. ^.5IOO.OO<? 1 1)1 KIOTO RS: I Jam03 C. AcIioboh, William B. Blmpsop Augustus Pollack, Thos. J. Campbell, Jnu. K. Bototord, Win. C, Hanulan, T. M. Dodson. rflHIH COMPANY HAVING EKKN 1UL, I 1 ly organlxeU, la now prepared to tak* risks upon Bnlldln^i or nil klads. nerchaudlaiBauulnctarlng Enlablliilimouts, Fnrnitnrfi and Canrow Of nil kinds on the Westora Waters. Applications forinsurance will be prompt Jy attended toby the Secretary. Offlco at the National Savings Bank, No. fl Main street. S. P. HILDBETH, Bec'>. JNO. H. MILLER, Asb'I Sec'y. JAMES C. ACHEBON, PrWU WM. B. SIMPSON, Vice Preat. mrfl Franilin Insurance Company, OF WHEELING. Capital *150,000. Directors. SAM'L MCClsllan, GIOBOKMKNDEL, T. H. LOOAI*. THOS. F. BUALLCKOaa ?. W. FRANZHEQC, J. N.VAHCK, j. h. hobbs, Michael Reilley. Loins C. ktifki* This company now having been organized five years, and In that time done a successful business, Is still prepared to take risks at fair rates on Buildings of all kinds. Merchandise, Manufacturing Establishments, Furniture, Steam Boauandcargoesun the Western Rivers and Lakes. This company offers superior inducements to Fanners, whereby they can be Insured on Dwellings, Furnituro. Barns, anil contents for 8 or 5 years at reduced rates. This being a State company with the I. ABU EST CASH CAPITAL paid in, and surplus or any company In the state: and composed of some ninety* four stockholders, moot ol whom are among our best business men, recommends itself to the favorable consideration of the Injuring pnblic , aud solicits their patronage. Applications for Insurance will be promptly attended to at their offlce, No. 29 Monroe street,or at their several agencies throughout the State. N. C.ARTHUR, Secretary 3AM'L McCLELLAN, Frwident. CJKO. MENDEL, Vice Prwident. C. M. COifiK,AtB't Hec'y. fehlP-d&w FIBE AUD MABIJNE INSURANCE COMPANY OF WHEELING. 1 N CO UP OKA TED IN 18 31. rpAKKS RISKS ATTHELOWEST RATE J. on Buildings of all fttmis. Furniture and Merchaniiise, and on Goods in Transit. DIllECTOKa: A. WIIJ30N. W. 8. GOflHORN, Ron'T Morrison, John Rem, THOS. POI.I.Ot'K. Al.KX. KoORRfl, \VM. G. BATTBIjLE, J. 1?. Do Hoih. -limn WnvMimnnv Oilice up BUiIrs, In the "Insurance Build* lug/'iiMtdoorie Uie Merchants' National Hank. A. WlfiiON, President. John c. Hkkvey, Secretary. J?n28 CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO. op the city of new york. CASKS CAPITAL 750,000. This company having deposited with the Treasurer of the State 82S.OOO, In compliance witli the law, is now preiiaretl to take ail kinds of RlfirUiunilzr, ainnnfiiolnrluir ana Dwrlllus I1ouh? KInUh. on tlie most favorable terms. Pollrk* iHsaed by W. P. PETERSON, Agent. Main St., next door toMerchtsNaU Bank. (OOPT.) HTATE OP wfst VIRGINIA, \ treasurer's office. $ Received of the Continental Insurance Company of tlio City of New Vork, by W. Pi Peterson, Agent at Wheellng?West Virginia, Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars in U.S. Government 7 8-10 llonds, on depoHlt by said Continental Insunuice Company, as security to policy-holders of said Company within this Ktato, according to the requirement* of chapter 117,seclion 2d, Acts of 1N37. (Signal) J. H. BRISTOR, hdc24 Tress. Htate. National Insurance Company WHEELING, WEST VA. CAPITAL, ... 02OO,OOt) Uoual?SankIOnrOGBt" n0Xl d??r l? 1,11 Na" omcEBS: Geo: K. Wheat, President. JAMES McCldnky, Vice President. John Bisnop. Secretary. Ciia-kl.es h. Collier. Assistant Secretary. Directors:?John e. Wilson, J as. c. Orr, John A. Armstrong A P 11norrlnr Ht>,> tr Wheat, Alex'r. Laaghlln, Jaraew McClnney, Morgan U. Ott, Geo. Adams. liEFKKK.sco: H. Knuly, Cashier Merchant National Bank, Wheeling; List Morrison A Co., Wholesale Grocers, Wheeling; Fryor, Hauillan A Co., Wholesale Grocera, Wheeling; Michael Rellly, Wholesale Grocer, Wheeling; McClellan A Knox, Boot ana Shoe House, Wheeling; McCabe, Kraft A Co., Druggists, wheeling; Ueo. W. Franxhelm A Co., Wholesale Wines and Liquor*, Wheeling; Wluahlp, Woods A Co., Queensware Wheeling; l,ewls Baker, Putx Register, Wheeling; T. O. McAfee, Notions, Wheeling; Campbell, Frew A Co? Pube. Intelllgenoer, Wheeling; Ott, Son A Co , Hardware, Wheeling; J. K. Sands, Cashier, First Nat. Bant, Fairmont; R. F. Camden. Pwwt. Nat. Ex. Bank, Weston, W. Va^ Capl. John McL^ro, Jr., Wheeling. apii5 $fcfitral. GREAT NEW ENGIAND #It EMTiUY,?S ? Th'.J. W. Poland's ^ White Pine Componnd TS NOW OFFERED TO THE AFFLICTED JL throughout tLe country, after havmc been proved by the test of eleven yean, lti uienew iungiand tttatew, where lm meriv* have become hh well known an the tree from, which, in part, it derive* it* virtues. ti?? White Pine Compound Cnrfa Colds,Oonghn, Dlptherla; Broncniti8,HpittinR of Blood, and Pulmonary AffecUocf genexally. It is a remarkable Hrmedy for Kidney Complaint*, Diabetes. difficulty of Voiding Urine, Bleeding from tho Kidneys aud madder, Gravel, and other complaints. The White Pine Compound. "It was early in tho Rprlng of *52 that tW* compound was originated. A men berofmy furally was t-micted with an ltritatloa of tho throat attended with a disagreeable coiuch. I iiad for some months previous thought thai a preparation having for it? basis the Insult l>ark of white pine might be ?-o compounded aa to tie very useful in ulseases or the throat a?d lungs. To test the value of it in the nil ode.i to.I compounded a small quantity oi the medicine that I had been planning, and gave It In teaspoonful doses. The rwult YaK ?*c^in8'Jr graUfying. Within two days the Irritation of the throat was removed. the cough suiislded end a speedy curt waw effected. Soon alter this, I sent some to a lady In Londonderry. N. II., who had beer snfJerlngfor some weeks from a bad coach, occasioned Ly a sodden cold, and had ra&u ran ens streaked wltb blood, a he soon Sound reller an i went for more, flhe took, about i ten ounces of it, and eot well. jTnS txj., ed tor or the Manchester Dally Mirror, made a trial or the same preparation In the case or a severe cold and was cared immediately. lie was so highly pleased with the results, and so confident or nuocesaattending Its sales, ir placed before the public, that ne finally pursuaded me to give It a name, and send It abroad to benefit the Buffering. In November, 1&56,1 flrwt advertised It trader the came or >Ynlle Pine corqpound. in two years from that time tho^e had been wholesaled In Manchester alone one hundred dollars worth, where It took the lead.of all the cough remedies in the market, and It s'lll maintains that position. There Is good reason ror tills; it la very soothing and healing In Its nature; Is warming to the stomach and pleasant withal to the taste, and is exceedingly cheap. "As a remedy for kidney complaints the White Pine Compound stands unrivaled, it was not originated for that purpose, but a person in utung It for a cough was not only curtxl of the cough, but was also cured ol a kidney difficulty of ten years standing. Since that accidental discovery many thousands have used It for the same complaint, and have been completely cured." The above was written by Dr. Poland, In 188U. Hlnce then, as in Manchester, the White Compound has taken the lead of all Cough remedies, as well as a preparation lor j vu.c ui muutf uiixicujueH, in every city, town, vl lage and hamlet tlirouchont tbo New England Btates. The remedy to na ra^e and pleasant to take as It Is effectual. The White Pine Compound, PREPARED AT THE New England Botanical Depot, BOSTON, Under the Supervision of Rev. J. W. Poland For nale by LAUQHLN, HMITH A CO.. Wholesale Druggists. and also by GEO. B. QLE8SNER. marifreod-ddtw.* fftmSaat gailartag. 1868. FALL & WINTER, 1869. JOHN r. LAKI?r. J. H. STAT.TJCAU. J. T. LAKIN & CO. Have received one of the largest and best selected stocks of Foreip and Domestic Goods In the city?consisting of :Cloths, Cassimeres, VESTINGS AND Over-Coatings, Which will bo made to order In the latent styles and at reasonable rates, for all who may favor them with a call. ii Also, on hand a flue assortment of Furnishing Goods, consisting of everyth ng ibat ?h necessary to .? ? nntfli nr M coutieman. Give usli call i>efore~pli rchRKi ngelKOwhore. J. T: I/AKIN * CO., Mrrchnnt Tailors, No. 25 Monroe ntreet, oct8 WIIKELINO.W. VA. " | 1868. PALL. 1868. THOS. HUGHES & Co. Merchant TAILORS, No. :?s Cob. alokbok am* W.atku Sts., WllEELIMd W. VA. WOULD KK9PKITKUMA' INVITE the uttentlim of their patrons nnd the public KenenUly to their larfce miuI viutuh! HXHortiuuuL of Poreip anil Domestic Cloths. Cassimeres, Vestings, ASD GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods! now being received; nud which will lw> sold AT THE LOWEST KKMCNKKATIVK F1UUKKK. A spler.dlil e*pcrtment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, EQUAL TO CUSTOM WORK, constantly on hand. sep7 THEODOHE FISK, Wholesale Dealer in Produce, Quincy St., bf t. Main and Market, U"AH JUST ? RECEIVED AND FOK XI WHIG 100 bblH Pollock Indiana Flonr. ICO allver Medal Flonr. loo - anole Kentucky Flonr. 10 J ' Hamilton Flour. 'A) " Burkwlieat Flour, iO tin ?co. F. "Davis A Co*b c?|*l>ralcd H. CJ. Hams. 10 litadM Bacon Hhouldere. 10 htadg Clear sides. 50 kegs No. 1 Lard. 10 ire. No. 1 Lard. bblH Kentneky Hominy. 200 " Ohio River Halt 300 ' Choice Keeping Apple*. 20 * Pure Crab Cider. 50 " Pure Cider Vinegar. lOoObusb. Mill Feed. 1000 No. 1 Oats. low " Corn. ato Bales Hay. 20 bbls No. i Laid OIL jw w?rwn ui. i WJ bush Com Meal- oW' PAXTON & OQLEJJAY Wholesale Grocers NO. 54 MAIN BT.t WUKELUI6, W. WA. Have received and offek for sale at lowest market rates, viz: ISO Kara lilo Coffee. _ CO Half C beets Onnp'r, T- H anil Imp7! Tens. 20 Half Chests Black Ten. 3J Boxes and KegH Snp'r Va. Tobaocoe. 75 Butts and Caddies Black Mb do 100 Caddies Black and .Navy da 20 Kegs c twint do 100 Bbw ReQned Sugars. :? Hhdfi P. R. and Cuba Sugars. 25 BblH prime Molamtw. Also, Floor, Soaps and Candles, Woodenware, Hplcos, N. C. Tar, Cone. Lye, Madder, Copperas, Alnm. Logwood, Newcastle Bi Carb Soda, Oofn Yarns, Batting, Eps Salts, Salts, Chocolate. Cream Tartar, Vinegar, Cheese, Shot and Lead, Salt, and numerous other articles usually kept iu a Wholesale Grocery. Wo solicit an examination of our stock from any one wan tine anything 111 OUr line. wenao New BookB ! New Books! Religions Book Hous8, 22 MONROE NT., WIIEVLIN6. JUST RECEIVED AN UNiISUALLY large Ftock of Family and Pocket Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books, English and American Poets. Photograph A Ji?unw. Sonflay School Library Bonis. Music Books. Rewanl Can Is and Mottoes. Building :and Alphabet Blocks, nuii iu ucry. rend, ?e acllrt. Ink, Ac.. Ac. To which wo Invite the attention of EVERY POV2I GEO. 1 y. BTQyEB.AKent NEW FlltM. D. K. IRWIN & CO., New ktokk. no. -s main htrekt. New Goods. JoKlieceived ami for Hale I eneap: HU) dozen Peachea. 500 Tomatoes: 2ft) I'ea*. aw * Ore? -n Com. :<W " t'ov d OyKters. 100 * Htri hk Bean*. 100 " Wi xsJow'rf Cel abrated 1'onla id Cor n. 5D - Lit Qa Beans. SO " Hi: tckberrle*. 5? titi -a w berries. so K'gx Plums. 50 ' Puie Apples. aj " Cranberry t^auon. 5W " \ Viclt'K Cumberland Bancs. All kinds of Jellies, Pic*.*1*. Catnip*. Fruits, Wnu-? Fine Caxulie?, Tobacco and CJ^ara. Qjy e ub a call. nova List, Morrison & Co., Acevitl for Hale or Fig Iron. ^'hezliso, W. V a., Feb. 35,1868. Have or. sale the follow lm?. brands: 150 to; is Gallia No. X K oundry 100 Harrison, " " 50 " Pine Grove- " 80 " Madison " ** 55 " Hamden " " feb 28. Iflfflirai. BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL LSTABLIBH?D A8 A KKFOUK KttOi! Q U ACKEKY. THE OA'BT PZ+ACE WHERE A CUBA CAJi BE OBTAINJtlJ. T\R. JOHNSON has discovered the ruost 1 J Certain, Speedy, and only KfTed n?l Remedy In the World for Weakneai of I he BftckorLlmba, btrlctnres, Affection* of ti?e Kidneys and Bladder, luvoluntary Di*ii*rges, Im potency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dj-spep?:a, Languor, Low t*rir.t? ? onfnslon ef ideas, l*alpitatlon of the Heart Timidity, Trembling, Dimnen of Sight, 01 Giddiness, .L>lj>ea*e 01 the Head, Tiiruat, No* or Skin, Affections of the Liver, Long*, stomach or Bowels?those Terrible Disorder* arising Irom Solitary Habits of Youth?Cfnvt and Knlilarv nractict* more fatal to thplr iMa. tims tbsutile song of Syrens to the Mariner* or Ulysses, blighting their iuost briUWiu hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage Ac., Impossible | YOUNG MEN especially, who have become the vie! 1ms ?>( BoUtaryVloe, that dreadful and deotrucm*habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of 1 oung Men of the nu?t excellent talents and brilliant Intellect, win. might otherwise have entranced listening Senators with the thunders of eloquence,. .1 waked to ecstacy the living lyTe, may mil with lull oonfldeuce. MARRIAGE. Married Persons, or Young Men coutcn plating marriage, being * war? of Pliyaiciwi Went nets. Organic Debility, Deform u..~ peedily cured. lie who places himself under the can- o> Dr. J. may religiously confide In hlslum.i as agentleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician. ORUAN1C WEAKNESS. Immediately cured and fall vigor restore*i. 'IhlS distracting adectlon, which rendeia lde miserable and marriage lmpotfcible, l> tl .? penalty paid by the victimsor Improper u. dulgenccs. Young pentotM are t.-o npt i couimlt exoeK^ot. from not being aware of tl.?drtadful consequences that may ensue. .Suu who that understands the subject will j ? tend to deny that the power of procreation ?. loot sooner by those Calling Into liupmit i habits than by the prudent? Ik-aide* iteaiDeprived o 1 the pleasure ol heaiLhy ?ia?pr,i.K* the most serloua und desauctlv e ?yiui>tou?* of both body and wind arisen The system lxcaUKW deranged, the Physicial and Menu; Functions w e>*keued. Lo# of VrocreatUt Power, Nervous irritability, Dyspe|?ia, Kinpitatlon of tlio Heart, Indigestion, I'oumi lutiouAl Debility, ana Wasting orthe Kmtu. Cough, Cousumptlon, Decay and Death. DK. JOHNSON, Member of the I loyal College of Surgeon.-,. London, Graduate or one or ibemoti eminent College* lnme United bUtw, and tin. gieuterpait of whose life baa been spent in the hospitals of London, Parw, Philauelph'H and elsewhere, bus eflecu-d some of llie m<?.i astonishing cures that wtio ever knowi. many troubled with ringing in the head ani earn when asleep, great uervouMiuM, ben... alarmed attuddeu sound*, bttshzuluet*. u m frequent blushing, attended somellnie?. with derangement oi inlud, wire cuted nun duitely. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. l)r. J. addriwwiKall tbo*e who have hijuri.i tUciusetvi h by Improper Indulgence and son titry habllH. which ruin both bod? aud miu.i, untitling tbem for either busJni sa. study, ciety or iniuriage. These are Mime of the ud and melaiicl.t., v effect* produced by early habita or via: Weakness of Hie Rack aud Limb*. Pan.-, in the Head, Dim new* oi Might, Lnsx ?,f Mt.v cular Power, Palpitation or the Heart. Dj iHrpoia, xs. rvous irritability, Derangement . Uio Digestive Functions, General Debllo symptoms or Consumption, Ac, MKNtally.?The fearful effect* on tne mind are much to bedreaded. Loh*of ory. Contusion or lueaa, Depretwlon ofHpmiv LVil Forrbodluga, Aversion to Society. Distrust, Love 01 tiolitadu, Timidity. Ac., me dome of the evil* produced. ThoawudHof person* or all ages ran now Judge wbat la the cause or their de-cimm.; lieaitb, losing tbsir vigor, becoming w?-:?k pale, nervous and emactatrd. having a singular appettrunco about the eyes, cough, at.d fcjympUmis of Consumption. YOUNG MEN Who have injmei Uiems^lve* by aocr u prucuce. indulged iu wbc*ualone.uhubiu.i quently learned from evil Companions, oj school, the effects of which are nightly i. ii, even when asleep, and, ir not cured. reudt marriage Impossible,and dc?tro>s botlimh.d and body, should apply Immediately. What a pity that a young man, the lioi ? his country, the pride of bis parents, should be snatched lioiu all pros peel* audeitj<-\ menL< Of llie by the consiquenco ??f d?-vlt ting from tha path of nntuie, and Indulging in * eertuiUsecr LhabJl. rsuch penou*u.u-i. before coutcinp.'ating MAURI A OK. reflect that a sound inlnu and body are tin most necessary requisite topiotuoU- c-uu.. bial happiness. indeed, without these!If Journey through life become* a Wear> ? " grimage; the prospect hourly darken* b. it..view, the mind becomes shad owe. I aitli ?l. biMur uuu iiiiwi wiui uie melancholy r? l!?? tloa that the happiness of another beroxw.* blighted with our own. DISEASES OF IMi'KUDElsCK. When the uii*gnlded uud imprudent x?ry t?f pUiwure finds that he baa liuhilx ii tl ?? bfcwloof Lhui painlul disease It loo Ollea iutjpeuu that an Ill-timed sense of sham. i.i dread ofdlReovery deters bin* from applyliiK to tlioso, who J ruin educaUon and bllity, can alone befriend him.delay the omsuuuional symptoms of this tiorii disease make theur appearance, such a* u.? rated soru throat, dleased nose, nortuu-.. pains In Lhe head and'llmbs. dlnim as of Mg. ' denlne.sH, nodes on the Bhlu-honeH and m blotches on ttie head, face and extrexnitli*-. progiessing witn fnuntioi rapidity, till m las. the palate of tbe month ?>r the i*.t . of the noNe fall in, and tbe victim of ti.. awJul disease becomes a horrid oltJect > commlmjration, till death puts a period tnli.f dreadful sufferings, .by -.bending hint to ~thsi Undiscovered Country from whence m? traveller returns." It Is a Mi?iiA_NCI lOL. Y FACT that tli??u sanus lall victim* to this terrible disease, o* Ing to tlie unnklll fulness of Ignoiant p?# tenders, who, by tlieroeof tbatl?:Al>h) POISON, MERC OR Y, ruin thecoustliutmn and make the residue of life miserable. UB. JOllNMTOH, O 111 CO Bio. 7 Sooth FreUerlck JMrw; Ljeft band side going from Baltimore street. ? few doors from tbe corner. Fall not to ? serve the name and number. WNo letters received unless post pata hi. containing a stamp to be used on the u p.. Persons writing snoold state age. and .t gomon or advertisement describing to tup Tbe Doctor's DIPLOMA honors In bt? r.m*. I 1NIX1HHE11KNI OFTBEPKKKt. | Tha many "l'fflWTylg WWKI ?t tntni I llKhment within the last twenty year*. Ht..i I the numerouj) important surgical Oi^rntK nperformed byDr. Johnston, wltnesM-d by I: reporters of The. Sun and many other paj-?*Tnottces of which have appeared again again before i he pnbllc, besides his Ktai>di t aa a Kcntieman of character and rewn*cti? billty 1m a sufficient guarantee to the ani? :<?' BKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CUKi:i? maris?ly A UOUdCKEEi'ERP^ | TAKK NOTICE. I IK YOU WANTCllPAP fOAl', anil nil:.mrao time, the veiy lx*t of bonp, ny Saponifier, or CoDcentratefl Lje, TUe firmly ramlly Nonp-Sfnkrr. Thoonly pr-miir+r- Lye In the murklt. A box of it whl make mnch mure aoapll.e Pot at h or any bogns Lye. MAICirrACTCBKO IIV PENN'A. SALT MAHDF! CTDRING CO. 1*1 rTNBlTIEUIV, I?A.. Imponem of CRYOLITE, and Mannfar't::etH of the following Standard Chemical* Natrona Bl-Carh. Soda, Na:roua hai SoJ?. Natrona Porna AInm, Natrona Motrin Acid, fialrona Refined Petroleum, Natro? < Chlor. of Calcinm, Natrona Fluoride, t . 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