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Adler & Co.'s
DRESS TRIMMING,
MILLINERY
I
AND
F UTl STORE,
141 MAIN STREET,
Opposite Union,
WJicclInR,
1>. A. ADI.KK, WliO*IillK.
KoiiN, adler a Kohn, Philadelphia.
J sun
Sir* Snidl tgtmt r.
FRIDAY MOKMXU, LEItUUAKY 12.
Kpw Advertisement*.
Stpamer U. R. Hudson.
1. O. O. F.?Special Notice.
New Trimming Store.
commissionuh of 1)kee?.? liomiio
King, Ksq'r., of New York city, was
appo.nted a Commissioner of Deeds for
this State, by Gov. Boreman, a day or
two since.
Notary I'uiilic.?Thomas J. Watson,
Ksq., of Reedsville, Preston county,
was appointed :t Notury Public for
that county, oil Wednesday, by Governor
JJoreman.
Another? J. Speed Thompson, K-q.,
of Raleigh county, was appointed a
Notary Public, a few days since, by His
Kxcellency.
C'okonek'h Inquest.?Esqr. Jiuchanau,
of Washington township, acting
as Coroner, held an inquest on the body
of a colored child, yesterday, found in
a house on Market street, North
Wheeling. After a full investigation
of the ease, the jury brought in a verdict
that the child camo to its death
from natural causes.
Pkkhonai..?We had a p'easant call,
yesterday, from 1j. Klauser, Ksq., Kditor
ot the J*rcston Countjj Journal, pub
lished at King wood. Mr. K. represent;*
everything moving along smoothly in
old Preston, (ho banner llepublican
county in tlie Slate. J5y the way, the
Journal is one of the best ol our country
exchanges, and is established on a
firm basis It is superior a advertising
medium, having quite a larce circulation
iu the interior, tied is rapidly increasing
in popularity.
Poi.ick Court.?Two persons were
arraigned, yesterday morning, charged
with disturbing the 4*just peace and
quiet of the city," and were lined one
dollar t-Hcli and costs. J^st they might
take offence at our failure to give their
names to the public, we will state that
they answered in Court to Kugeiie l)iters
and James Dison. We heard of no
ullage*. and conclude that these are the
names given them by their forefathers
and loremothers.
Khkihthnrd.?Wednesday night one
of the saloon keepers on Market Square,
Second Ward, was aroused by a terrible
crash iu the rear of his residence,
lie sprang out of bed instantly, and
seizing his revolver, commenced lirintr,
supposii?2 that the burglars were
making a raid on him. Keport says
that alter accomplishing this valiant
teat, he crept under a bed and remained
there until the danger was all over. It
was afterwards discovered that the
cause of the racket was the falling
of a brick Hue, several feet in height,
( ii the roof of the building. Porto
umeiy Lunuuy was uuri euuer uy lue
bricks or tlio pistol shots.
Hoard ok Aitkals.?Tho lirst meeting
t>f llii? Hoard was held yesterday,
lu the Supervisors' room, lit the Court
House. As we anticipated would l>8 the
case, I here is no danger that the Hoard
will have nothing to do, for when we
visited the chamber iu which its sittings
lire held, (here were applications wellnigh
innumerable, and additions were
being almost constantly made. The
law under which tho Board is organized
gives it the power to increase assessments
where they are believed to bo too
low, its well as to reduco them where
they are thought to bo excessive. Wo
did not, however, notice any applications
ot tho forinor character, nor is iL
believed that tho Hoard will have much
business to transact in that particular
u nless it be sell imposed.
Koiiiikry.?Three or four days since
the residence of Kev. J. \V. Webb, 1'a-itor
ol the M. 15. Church ou tho Island,
was entered in broad daylight and a
trunk rilled of its contents. Among the
articles lost were about thirty dollars
in money. The trunk, wo believe, was
sitting in the hall, and persons in anotuer
apartment heard some one enter,
but supposed it was another member of
the family. Not long after, tho trunk
was discovered broken open and a portion
of the valuables it contained gone.
This is the boldest case of robbery that
we have heard of in our city. Klsewhere
we hear that vigilance committees are
being formed to protect persons and
property (roin tho depredations of cut
throats and robbers. Perhaps that ciay
have somuthiug to doa with the recent
lntlux of such characters in our city.
Driven Irom other points, they seek
those where such stringent measures
havo not been adopted for their suppression.
It may come to that here before
we are rid of these desperadoes.
Pardoned.?Albert Turney was convicted
of forgery at the December (1SG7)
term of (he Circuit Court of Kanawha
couuly, anil sentenced to the penitentiary
for two years. The particnlars of
(he case, we hear, were brittly these:
Turney was working for a man and
wanted bin wages. His employer did
not have the money, but drew up a note
and, it in now believed, signed the
name of a third party as endorser. The
110(0 was discounted and the proceeds,
or a portion of them, paid to Turney.
vv non me iorgery whs uiwjuvwbu
ney's employer lied the country, and
Turney was arrested as the guilty party,
having the money in his possession.
He had no moans of establishing his
innocence, anil the circumstances were
against him. Ho was convicted on circumstantial
evidence, wholly, as we
understand, and has served more than
half the period for which he was sentenced.
Sometime since tlin fact was
lully ascertained who Iho real forger
was, and a petition, numerously signed
by the most respectable citizens of Kanawha
county, was presented to His
Kxcellency setting forth, substantially,
the particulars given above. Governor
Boreman ordered his release a day or
two since.
*
Blind Tom.?By referring to our advertising
columns it will be seen that n:
this musical prodigy is to give three d
entertainments in Washington Hall, ii
commencing on Thursday next, 18th
instant. It is fresh in tho memory of
some of our citizens that this same individual
was advertised to be here a a
year or two since, but when the hour B
came, neither the pianist nor the ad- a
vertiscrs put in an appearance. We
presume Blind Tom was as ignorant of a
the transaction as any other inhabitant
of Karope, as he \yas at that time giv- jj
lng concerts on that hemisphere. Now, ^
however, he is in this country and has n
been giving concerts with almost unexampled
success In many of the larger
cities and towns. A night or two since
he was in Dayton, Ohio, as we see by C
our exchanges from that city. We feel 1
confident thnt there is no mistake about fi
this matter, nnd if any of our citizens n
have any doubts in reference to it, we c
refer them to Mr. W. H. Sheib, on p
Market street, who has I ho selling of I
tho tickets, and we presume is posted a
fully as to the particulars. ti
This Wouderiul Negro Boy, who is
now niiruuuuK nu uiuuu uiiomiuu
throughout the country, was blind
from his birth; yet ho plays the most
dillicult operatic pieces, not only brilliant
and beautilully, but with all the
taste, expression and feeling of the t
mosLdistinguished artist. lie was born j
in Georgia, and was caressed and pet- j
ted, as ail negro children are about a q
plantation in the South, and more par- r
ticularly those alllicted with so terri- v
hie an inlirmity as the loss of sight,
J Jut when the veil of darkness was i
drawn over his eyes, as if to make i
amend* tor the infliction upon the poor t
Negro Hoy, a llood of light was poured t
into hi* brain, and his mind became an [
Opera of IJeauty, written by the hand c
of (Jod, in syllables of Music, for the j
delight of the world. Ho is presented <
to the public as surpassing everything e
hitherto known to the world as a mu- a
sical phenomenon. c
Court or ArrKALs.?The amount of
business transacted by the Court of Appeals
at this term is almost incredible. I
The docket is being cleared as tho cases e
are reached, and by the eloso of tho
term, if the rule continues to be ad- t
lie red to, there will be but few causes j
remaining undisposed of. 1
Yesterday the following cases were ^
submitted after argument:
Kll:s cl al vti, Dempsey, from the Circuit
Court of Monroe county: Ijcc lor :
plaintiffs in error, and Stanton A Alii.son
for defendant in error.
Jones rl al vs. (J rim met, from the Circuit
Court of Monroo county: l.ec for
plaintiffs in error, and Stanton ?C Allison
for defendant in error.
Alderson vs. C.wimi, from the I'lrcuit
Court of Greenbrier county: Sperry lor J
plaintiffs in error, and Davis lor defendant
in error.
Krtder vs. Snyder and Levesay, from
tlie Circuit Court of Greenbrier county: .
8/icrri/ lor plaintiff in error.
Martin vs. Itellelian, from tlie Circuit
Court of Greenbrier county: Spcriy for
appellant.
Kuffner vs. Williams, from tlio Circuit
Court of Nicholas county ; Stanton ami
Mcltrin for defendant in error.
I^BveBays,exucutors>tc., vs. Jaott, from
fno Circuit Court of Greenbrier county :
Dennis, in bis own behalf.
Smith vs. McGregor, from the Circuit
Court ol' Jlitchie county: Stephenson i
lor plaintiff in error; I.cc for defendant
in error.
The case of Jackson vs. Scliaffor, from
the Circuit Court of Ritchie county, was
continued. This, wo understand, is the ,
second case continued thus lar during
the term.
Court adjourned until !> o'clock liiis
morning
?!>
Washington iiam..?We were pleaseil
again to see a largo and intellectual
audience assembled to witness the second
appearance of Sefton's talented
company. The masterly impersonation
of Capitolu, the Newsboy, by
1 Miss Annio Seftoii, Old Hurricane
by J. (O. .Sellon, and Jilack Donald
by Thomas W. Keene, and Ihe oilier
characters all go to prove that talent
and strength arc combined, and this is
manifested by Lhegood humor in which
the people return to their homes. The
bill for this evening is tho grand
historical comedy of "Our American
Cousin," which none should fail to Hee.
A lady wns gliding In beauty clown street.
uui jtniii won hyiuuifuiuii, uti uwiuuif wiui
neat.
And many an eye was cliarmcd l?y her
grace,
On many a lieart was mirrored her face.
She paused at the window of Nicjll A Co.,
And struck by a picture she sweetly said, "<?,
I'll a^k Mr. iSlcoll what's the price o! that
chrome,
Its beauty will add to the charm of my
home."
"Which one do you moan?" politely paid lir;
"Uo out to the window and then you will
sec,
That beautiful laily *o sweet and so fjiir.
So smiling, ko life-like, In tiio corner back
there."
"Why that," said Nicoll. "I'll send to your
nome.
And twenty in all l'il chargo for the .
chrome."
Tho lady stepped up to pay lor tho prize.
When ??icoil neJil up the glass to her eyes;
Amazed wus her look?in tho mirror, her eye
Perceived the ilue uhromo she wanted to
buy.
Pictures, ^Looking Glasses, Oval and
Square Frames, always on hand.
Hair JEWKi,RY*?Oxtoby & Duflield,
. Jewelers, 103 Main street, have made
special arrangements with one of the
tirst houses in Now York to have ornamental
hair work done to order, and
they can, on three or four days' notice,
have bruiting executed in the neatest
style of! ho art. A specimen hook containing
an almost endless variety of
styles cau be seen at Relatives
and friends who havo preserved locks
of hair once worn by departed loved
ones, and all others who may desire to
i.?u :A.nni?n ;.. *u.. i
unvc Uilll JD?CII jr llllioucil 1 11 IIIO Utrsi.
stylo, will do well to lenvo orders at j
Oxioby it Buflield's Jewelry store.
Pautuidoe is now making better ;>ietnrea
from old inferior ones than ever
before.
Huts ! IIats!?The latest stylrt of
Uats are always kept at A. Suhwerlfeger's,
110, Main Street, Wheeling, W\ '
\'a.
At Blond it Bachman's, No. 1U7 Alain
street, they keep the best make of Mens'
Buffalo lioots, and sell them at $-1 00.
Nb\v Stock ok Aocorheoxs, (French
auil German,) Violins, Concertinas,
Flutes," Harmonicas, Guitars, and all
kinds of Musical Instruments and
Strings just received at Sheib'3 MusicStore,
whero they ura offered at largely
reduced prices.
Go to the National Business College
nnit learn Book keeping. (
New AmtAKOEMKNT.-On and after
Monday, February 8tb, 1SG0, the early .
morning train on the C. it P. 11. 11,
both from Wheeling and Pittsburgh, ^
will stop at Wellsvillo for breakfast. 1
This includes the train for Cleveland. c
Blond it Bachmas have the best and
largest assortment of I-iudies', Misses'
and Childrens' Shoes that are kept in J
the city; and as to prices, they can soil _
them cheaper than they can bo bought J
anywhere else in this town. h
I JbLE WHJLKliLPtt
Hair Brushes, Castile Soap, Potades,
Perfumery, Toilet Set, at re- .
uced prices, at E.Booking's and Booklg
A Miller's.
Perkins, Stern & Co.'a California
7inks are superior and purer than
ny Wines offered for medical use.
>uy no other. For Bale by E. Booking;
ud Booking A Miller.
A New and Superior Stock.?We
re receiving a new Block of Ladies',
lisses' Rnd Childrens' extra high cut
Balmorals and Button Gaiters, of the
est Philadelphia make and of the best
mterial, at 107 Main street.
BLOND A Bachman,
Attend tub National Business
olleoe, Union Mall, Main St.,
'ebmh Payable in Advance.?For the
all course in Book-Keeping and Penmanship,
including the English Branhes
if desired, $40. Students can coralete
the entire course evenings alone,
tooms open from 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
nd 7 to 9 1*. M. For further lnformaion
call at College rooms, or address
S. I. McCoy, Principal.
Wheeling, W. Va,
110 LlsrENABD St., )
New York, October 13,1S07. J
Dear Sir It is with much pleusure
inii I hhv fn von that 1 consider the
*1* A STATION UlTTBRS Of UUtold Value,
n the fall of 1S07 1 was taken with
Jhills and Fever, with the most severe
iains in my cheat and head. It was
rith dilliculty that 1 could breathe.
>Iy lungs were greatly distressed, and
here was severe pain in my right side,
>y spells. I could hardly geL up ironi
ny bed. I called ft doctor, who atended
we all winter without the loast
>enetit. About the first ot August i
omweuced using your Plantation
Jitters?a wine-glass full three times a
lay?and have used it most of the time
iince, and am now well and strong,
ible to do all my own work and the
:aro of a largo family, Yours, Ac.,
Susan Wilson.
Mao no li a Watbr.?Superior to the
iest imported German Cologne, and
lold at half the price.
The l'urestaud.Swoetest Cod I-Ivor oil tn
lie world, manufactured from fresh healthy
lvers, upon the sea shore. It 1b perfectly
>uro and bwccL Ask for "Harard & Casrell's
Cod Liver OH," manufactured by
CASWELL, 1IAZAKU A CO.,
Mew York.
Sold liy nil druggists. my5-TuFr-dAw
goats & srhow.
i>.8(tihii6iica in XH:IT'.
[868. FALL TRADE. 1868
UM'l. AI'Cl.lUiLAN. ClJKSTEK 1). KNOX.
M CLELL AN & KNOX,
nau(irftclnr<m luul.JobborN of
BOOTS & SHOES!
NO. (55 MAIN STREET.
WUKELIKU, W. VA.
\7tra INVITE THE ATTENTION OK
V* Cash buyors to our very largo assortment
of liooUi and Shoos for tho
Fall Trade,
which for extent, variety anil freedom; from
all irregularity, la noi. surpassed..
Our stock Is larger than any otlu-r In thl*
city, and in prlc&i
We can Successfully Compete with
any Slioo House in tho East
or West
For tho proof of w.hlch wo invito you
to an examination of our Stock.
All K?>od.?warraated uniform lu quality
nepll MoCL.EL.LAN <ft KNOX.
^urtioiTT^alfs.
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
OP
Boot3j & Shoes,
Hoisory & Notions,
Carpets & Oil Cloths,
Dry Goods,
Furniture, &c., &c.
It Is worth coingjloKco
HUBBARD & BROS'
TABLE OF LOW PHICES,
Made for the purposafof reducing Stock,
uxul to close out consignments by the
1st of January.
HUBBARD A BROS.,
Auction Rooms 8C 488 Market St.
decl7
1869. 1869.
LIST, MORRISON & CO.,
Wholesale Gro cers,
Flour, Bacon, Cheese. Lard Oil, Etc.,
Corner Slain nnri <lulnoy Street*,
lVIieellntr, W. lo.
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
dealers to our largo and complete slock, j
nn>l nrnruicii in fttfor i?ilii(V)monlH fiiirnmsmil
ijy no*JoV>bliiS lion.se East or West.
200 Hags Prime Rio Co flee. i
50 hhds. Prime and Choice N. O. Sugar.
15 do Demarnra Sugar.
25 do' Porto Kico and Cnba Sugar.
150 barrels Keflned Sugar.
2C0 do Prime N. O. Molasses.
" ) do Syrups.
:vi tierces prime Carolina Kico.
Teas Tobacco, etc., etc.
1*200 barrels Flour, standard and reliable
jrandB.
50G0 pieces Bacon IlamH.
r>0Oft do do Shoulders.
t'KJO do Sides and Briskets.
:tfH) barrels Mess Pork.
1?V) tierces Prime Leaf Lard.
300 kess Family do do.
50 barrels Extra "Winter Lard Oil.
SO do Carbon Oil.
f0 barrels Ilominy.
m do White Navy Beans.
Onr Ktnck is kept constantly full, and orSevs
tilled with promptness.
J:inw L1*T, MORRISON A CO.
&c coke.
Slieridan Coal Works,
JAPEHART & MoMECHEN,
Office: Market St., Opposite Union SL
Having established an extensive
Coke Yard in connection with our
dine, we are prepared to contract lor the
upply of either Coal or Coke, by the load or
n large quantities. All orders left nt the
tflloe will receive prompt attention.
FOR SALE?One good Bank Mule.
i?n27
Gold Wanted.
Highest rates paid for gold
Silver and Coupons.
nov!3 1-jat, MORRISON A CO:
BOOKING'S UNRIVALLED BAKING
POWDER. The beat in the market and
.iwaya gives satisfaction. aprt
i JUN TJCldUlttJlirn UJLn jjxu
ftaglor's (Column.
December 2d, 1868. ?
? L
A
PRICES REDUCED !
a
Geo. R. Taylor & Co. j
i
OFFER FROM THIS DAY FORWARD ^
until tlila ad vortlBemeuL is withdrawn
1
Cocheoo, t
Merrimack D.,
Sprague, I
Pacific,
Hamilton,
t
American, j
Richmond, !
Amoskeag and
Dunnel's Prints,"
i
i
At 12] OTS. RETAIL. :
J
I
All Wool Blankets
Jn 10,11,12 A;i:*-4 ftt
Greatly Reduced Prices. 1
WIISTTER;'
Dress Goods!
X3STC XiTT IDXlsTG
Irish Poplins.
Black & Col'd Silks,
Empress Clotbs,
neavy ?,opp?,
Velours,
Black & Colored
Barritz,
All of!ure?l very low to rodnco stock. AIho
IFI ZN"IE
Hudson Bay Sable,
FOREIGN MINK.
IF" I T a IE-Z ,
and
SIBERIAN.SQUIRREL'FURS
CLOAKS,
S H .A. W L S ,
OLOAKINGS,
at x,o:w p.eicss.
LYOITS
Black Silk Velvets.
WATER PROOF CLOTHS,
IN BLACK, HROWN <* UOLll MIXTUKKB
Boulevard Balmorals;
HOOP SKIRTS,
IN LATEST STYIiKS.
GLOVE FITTING CORSETS,
HABEIS'
Seamless Kid Gloves.
Lace Goods and Embroideries
DP A1>L KLNLM.
Tablo Linon,
Napkins,
.ifUjriOO, |
Towols, i
Turkey Rod
Damask,
&o.
Ail as low as any otlie house In the country
can afford the same qualities.
.GEO. B. TAYLOR A CO.
<le?3
JL iXLV/JLIi.lJJLiv<? * ? graogportatttig.
leveland & Pittabnrgli Rail Road.
and aftek December aoTii, 1868, -n
Trains will run as follows: If
Kxpreew. ICxpreap. *J
i've Bridgeport 6:lu a 111 2:00 p m
Stenbenvule..... 7.'25 a m 3:06 p ra CJ
Wellsvllle 8:35 a in 4:15 p in
Alliance 10:10am 5:50 pin
irv Cleveland 2:00 p m 8:00 p in A.I
Crestline 4:45 p m 10:40 p ni jr
Fort Wayne 12.o3 a in 8:50 a in
Chicago .. ..... 7:20 am 10:15 am n
Pittsburgh 11:00 am e:45}>m rl
Harrlsbnrg... ...10:30 p m 5:30 am
Baltimore 2:30 a m 0:20 am
Washington 5:15 am 12:25 pm Bl
Philadelphia 3:10 a m 10:0j a ra
New York via
Alleutown 0:15 a m 12 20 p m
New York via
Philadelphia 6:50 am 1:20 p in
Tickets to all jtrmcipul i>olntH in the Kant jy
nd West can 1h? procured at the Union ortlce i
u McLnro House, und at the Btatlon at ai
iridgoiKtrl. b\ K. MYKKH,
Jaul3 (ienoral Ticket Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. C0MP* _
Wiieki.tno, November 28th, 1S0K. |r
PA8HENGER TRAINS WILL RUN BY T
the following schedule on aud after the
0th daf of November, 1868?Wheeling timo.
KXPRK83 TRAIN.
kast? leaves west, vta c. o. d. h
Wheeling I^eavo Wheeling T,
daily at.....10:50 a. m. dally at. 3:40 p.m. a
ahk1vks at Bellalr.. 4:10 j
Jrafton 4 20 pan. aiiaivis at
Cumberland. 10:12 * Cambrldga... 7:85 "
harper's F'y i!:.r>S a.m. Zane8vilJo....!>:05 u
Baltimore..... 0:55 " iNewara ui:*j fl.
.VaHhiugtoii. h.40 44 Columbus.... 12:10 a.m. Iu
Except Sundays. 1 KxceptHumlay. jl
FAST LINK. n
EAST? LEAVES I WEST. VIA C. O. D. J*
Wheeling Leaves wheeling
daily at 5:20 p.m. dally at 9:25 a. m "
AKKiVKS at Eeilair ll':40 4* 11
Jraflon p.m. akbivks at
Aimberlaud 3:40 am. Cambridge...1:15 p. m. w
tlarpers Kerry 7:50 44 Zanesvillc 2:M "
Winchester 44 Newark 4.15 44 ?
ialtlmore .....11:10 44 Columbus 5:33 " &
<Vhfh'n Cityl2:2j p.m 8t
MAIL TRAIN. l>
EAST ?LEA VES WEST, VIA C. O. D. J*
Wheeling Leiives Wheeling P
dally at ,9:25 p. m. dally at HMO a. m. ?
ARKl VES at Bellalr CKjO 44 "!
Jraftou._~....JfcoOa.m.> aukivksat JJ'
I'arkensburg. 11:10 " ;Cambiidge....7:50a. in.
Aimberland.. 7:40 41 Zanesvllle 9:10 4*
Harper's F'yl2:40p.m.'Newark 10:45
Hageistown 44 Columbus... 12:31) p. ra.
Winchests: 44 j Sundays and MonWa^h'n
City.*6:10 41 days excepted. _
Baltimore; 4:45 "
Sundays excepted. !
OltAI'ION AtTOMMOUATJOS. I
EAST?LEAVES | WEST?LEAVES
Wheeling |Uraltou
dally at 6:C0a. m. daily at 4:2?p.m.
L'amoron 7:85 4* Fairmont 5:25 44 fi
Mannlngton 9:15 * ; Maunington.ft:15 44
Fairmont. ...10:00 | Cameron 7:55 ? \
ARRIVING AT I AKRlVlM) AT
(irarion at... 11:05 a. in. Winding ai 9:?0 p. m.
Sundays excepted. Bundays excepted.
Trains on the Main Lino mako connections
at Baltimore with trains for Philadelphia,
New York and rtoston At Kclay
liouse, via Washington City, lor all ]k>1iil*
hkiuth.
Central Ohio trains make direct connec- 1'
Lion at Columbus for all points West and H
Northwest.
Tickets to all principal points can t>o procured
at the ottlce. _
JOHN L. WILSON, J
Master or Transportation, Baltimore. [
K.T. DEVKIKB
decl General Agent, Wheeling
HEMPFIELD RAIL ROAD. ?
ON AND AFTKH~MONDAY, MARCH
23, 1SGS, the train on tlio Heiupfleld Knilroad
will run aa follows:
I Mvfl VViinhinErt/in 7:30 a. m.
Arrive al Wheeling 9:30 a. ni.
RETURNING: J
Leave Wheeling 3:00 p. m. V
Arrive at Washington 6^X) p.m. ft
apr2 W. D. HUKTON, Sup't.
(J
Proposals for Transporting Salt. *
SKALKD PROFOUAB.8 FOR TRANS- g
l>ortine all tho salt manufactured by the ^
Ohio River Salt Company, for one or five q
ye ars from January 1, Lkti5>, will be received j,
up to 12 o'clock M. or the iOtli day of Fob- \
riiary, ISGy. v
The party to whom tho contract may be ^
awarded, will be required to lurnish good, \
Htaunch, heaworthy tonnage, consisting of j,
barges and steamboats, such as pass good in- j,
spectlon. and are In every respect lully j
equipped with lines and tackle, aud manuid j
with competent onicers and crew.
The salt to be transported w'U be delivered
from the sheds on the furnace yards or the
company, will bo put up lu barrels containing
280 lbs. not each, or in barrels of 7 bush. each,
or in oags containing 2\.2 or 'A busb. /
each. Proposals made should state tho price t
of freight on each kiud of package.
The party to whom the contract may be
awarded will receive the Halt on the lurnace
yards, will loaJ, transport, unload and deliver
tho salt on the laudmgs at the ;ollowlng
places: ;
I'iitstuirgh, Peun., Wellsvlllc, Steubenvllle,
Bridgepoit, Bella ir, Marietta, fortsmouth.
Kipley aud Cincinnati, O., Weighing,
Wheeling and I'aikersburg, West Virginia,
Ma>sville, Covington, Louisville,
Hralthland, Paducah, Heuderson, Columbus
and Hickman, Kentucky; Madison, JetTer- 1
sonvlllo, Wew Albany and Kvansvllle, Indiana;
Cain , Kast ?t. Ixmis, Alton and ]
C^ulucy, illlnoi.-; Clarksville, Nashville and I
Memphis.Tennessee; tet. Louis and llanni- y
bal. Missouri. t
Parties making proposals mny mciuue me i
whole territory to be supplied in one bid, ^
for either ouo or live yean-; or may make
separate bids lor one or live years, on portions
of the territory divided as follows :
1. Fiom Pomeroy to all points to and In- c
chiding Pittsburgh, Pa. f
4J. From Poineroy to all points to and In - r
eluding, Louisville, Ky. f
o. From Pomeroy, to nil points on the I
Ohio ltlver between Louisville, Ky., and c
Cairo, 111. r
4. From Pomeroy, O., to Clarksvillo and J
Nashville, Tenn.
5. From Ponuroy, O., to all points on the .
Mississippi River, including Cairo, 111. ^
The minimum stage of water I hat. parties f
will l>e required to freight (-alt, will be when Y
tow boats can leav? Pomeroy safely with *
b irgt? drawing three and oue-balf feet of .
water, and tow to sued places as they cun be
reasonably expected to reach with hnrges of
that draught.
The Ohio Kiver Palt Company will, RR far c
8S possible, give reasobahie tow*, though
they will not i>OfclUvely coutract lull tows to tacli
point. jj
The party to whom any portion, or the
whole of tlieeontract, may be awarded. will ^
be required to give sat iHfactorv bonds (or the ?
faithtul performance of his contract. H
Bids may be scaled and addressed to r?ou. f
V. B. HORTUN. Pomeroy, Ohio, ami should r
be marked "Proposals for Transporting r
Salt." [
The Ohio River Halt Company reserve the j
rialit to reject any or all the bids that may be r
offered. c
Tho |yiIo River Salt Company offer a
FOIt 8ALE fi
All of thelrlarge stock of Barges, Floats, J
Gangways, Tarpaulins, Lines and Tackle, 1
and ilie entire block of articles nsed In loadlng
and transporting salt: and, to hnch as j
make acceptable bids, will give the privl- 1
lege of paying for their purchases in freight- J
lug the salt. ?
OHIO IUVER HALT COMPANY. 1
R. R. 11UDBON, Hec. and Treat. J
Pomkroy, O., January 11, 18611,
Jan23-lawtd J
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA OHIO }
County Circuit Court. January Rules, 1
1W19. . ?
Alice M. D. Caldwell, widow, and Joseph ,
Caldwell, Fannie W. Caldwell, James C'aid- :
well, Alice 15. Caldwell, Amanda Caldwell, ?
minor children of Alfred Caldwell, deceas- ?
ed, by Alice M. 1). Caldwell, their next f
friend, complainants. }
vs. f
George B, Caldwell in his own right, and as L
Executor of Alfred Caldwell, deceased. .
Alfred Caldwell, George E. Boyd, and \
Anna K. Boyd, his wife, Thomas J. J
Daugherty and Jane W. Daugberty, his ,
wife, Harry Caldwell, Kate Caldwell, .NeJ- ,
llo B. Caldwell, Mattie T. Caldwell, and \
Daniel C. List, trustee, &c.t de'endants. x
In Chancery. a
The object and prayer of which bill Is to r
have a certain bond and two deeds of trust -I
securing the same, (particularly described In
the bill of complainant,)annulled,delivered
up and cancelled, ttald bond was executed
June 25ih, 185i, by Alfred Caluwell, late of
Ohio county, West Virginia, deceased, the
father of said defendants, to Daniel C. List, I
trustee forMarilia Caldwell, deceased, who
was the mother of said defendants. \
And it appearing from an affidavit filed in c
till* naiisfi. that the defendants Nellie R.
Caldwell and Mattle T. Caldwell, are not residents
of the State of West Virginia, on motion
of complainants' counsel it Is ordered
that they do appear here within one month _
after the fourth weekly publication and due 1
posting of this order at the Iront door of the
Court House of Ohio county. West Virginia,
and do what they may deen tit to protect
their Interest in the above entitled cause. 1
Test, MICHAEL. J. HKEINiU. Clerk. J
STAXTON A ALLI3JM, Eol. for Coinp'td.
fohl-oawlw
a H. BOOTH. J. a JKLLY.
W. O. BATTKItlJL JOHN KUI.KIIfB
BOOTH, BATTELLE A CO.,
WHOLEALI AND RET AIX. DKALKR3 lit
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Boot Ntores, Prodoce,
FRKfcH A CURED MEAT8, LAKE ICE A
CANNED KKUIT8, Ac.,
Corner ilonroe and Water Htreetfi,
WHEELING, W. VA,
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE i
there Is a Wharf Boat, and It is the design
of the firm to do a Forwaraiug and Commit
sion and Storage business, act aa H team boa
Agent* and furnish all desirable Information
pertaining thereto. JyU
Clover and Timothy Seed. f
l ha bagb prime clover seed. t
JLOU 200 bagi prime Tlmolhy Seed.
Just received and for sale by .
W8T, MOBRiaON 4 CO.
ftt$?raorr.
iGTNA
ire & Marine Insurance Compaij [
OF WHEELING.
Lft'ITAf* .. Mm&100f00<l
dxjikotors:
imes C. Acheron, William 15. Hlmjrv\nv
iigustnfl Pollack, Thofl. J. Campbell,
10. K. BoUtford, Wrn. C, Hanuliin,
T. M. Dod&on.
Ill 13 COMPANY HAVING BEEN FULr
. ly organized, Ifl now prepared to Ink*
iks upon T
nllriinjorft of f&Xl liiudN, filorrtir.iidl.i^ J
Knnnfnoturiiig KstablitduueutK,
Fnnsitiire nnd Cargowiof nil
kiiacSa on ilae lvoslera
Waters*
Application* for Insurance will be prompt
aiteude J toby the Secretary.
Office at the National Havings Hank, No. ft aln
street. L
8. P. HIIiDKETIl, Soc'y. I
J NO. It. M I I.IjKK, Ass't Hec'yJ
AM KB U. AO H KHON, Preo'l.
W M. B. SIMPSON. Vice Prrat. mrSl
raotliD tames Company,
OF WHEELINU. 1
fflS'J.OOO.
Directors,
im'l mcc'lellas, gboroemenrel,
. ii. ixxjak, tuos. p. hllallx'kofis
. \V. Kranzhkim, J. N. vanck,
11. iionuH, Michael Kkillky. J
l.ouis c. fctikei,.
This company how having been organized
ve years, and in that time uone a succeusil
business, Is etlli prepared to take risks at
.ir rates on Buildings of all kinds, Merchanise,
Mann factoring Establishments, Kuril
lire, bteam Boat-f and cargoes on the "Wes ru
Hivers and l^ibos. Tins company ofirs
superior inducements to Farmers, wliere
y they can i>e msiireu uu
1 til re, Earns, and con tents for 8 or 6 years at
xluced rales. This being a Statu company
itli the
I. A KG f.ST ? 'ANII ( A PITAI?
aid In, and surplus of any company In the
latoj and composed of some ninety-four
ockholders, moat of whom are among our
ml busiiK*?s men, recommends itself to tbe
ivorable consideration of the Insuring
ubllc , and solicits their patronage. Appliitions
for iusuranco will bo promptly attenod
to at their office, No. 1*9 Monroe street, or
t their .several agencies throughout the
tate.
CT. M. COKN, Sec'y.:
H. U. DICK, AHs'tyoc'y.
SAM'L Mct'LELLAN, lYt^.dent.
GKO. MENDEL, Vice FreKident.
febl9-d&w
FIRE AND MARINE
NSURANCE COMPANY
OF WHEELING.
1 a' CO 11 PO 11A TED / JV 18 3 1.
|\\KKS KISKS AT THE LOWFHT RATE ^
L on liulklings of all kinds, Furniture and
ierchandise, and on Goods in Transit.
directors:
A . WIJ.bon, W. H. uobilohn,
Ror't Morrison, John Kkio,
Tiios. Poi.iA)cxt Alex. Rogers,
Wm. G. KAttellk, J. D. Du Hois,
JACOH HOKNliKOOK.
0?T*oe up Stairs, In the "Insuranee l.ulldig/'next
door to the Merchants' National
lank. 4
A. WILSON, President.
Jon n i\ 1i ruvxy, Secretary. JanL'u
Jational Insurance Company
\t7 ii vcf .tvo witmt v* a
APITAL, *300,004)
Ofttce. 28 Monroe St., next door to 1st Na* ]
onal Hank.
OFFICERS!
Geo: K. Wokat, President.
James McClunky, Vice President.
John Bishop, Becretary.
CIIAKL.E3 H. Coliubk. Assistant Secretary.
l)i hectors:?John E. Wilson, Jas. 0. Orr,
ohn A. Armstrong, A. C. Quarrier, Goo. k.
/heat. Alex'r. Laugh 1 in, James McCiuney,
1 organ L<. Ott, Goo. AUaniH.
Kkfekences: B. Brady, Cashier Merchants
rational Bank, Wheeling; List, MorrLson A
'o., Wholesale Grocers, Wheeling; Pryor,
[anilliui & Co., Wholesale Grocers, Wheelic;
Michael Keilly, Wholesale Grocer,
Vlieellng; McClclIan A Knox, Boot and
hoe House, Wheeling; McCabo. Kraft A Co.,
>rugglst/t, wheeling; Geo. W. Fran*helm A "|
o., Wholesale Wines and Liquors, Wheel- J
ir; Winsbip, Wo<kIs A Co., Queens ware
/heeling; l^ewis Baker, Pub. KeglNter,
(/heeling; T. C. McAfee, Notions, Wheeling;
'ampbell, Frew & Co., Puba. Intelligence r, 1
/heeling; Ott, Son & Oo , Hardware, Wliwlng;
J. E. Bauds, Chshler, First Nat. Bank,
'airmont; K. I'. Camden, Prest. Nat. Ex.
tank. Weston, W. Va.; Cap!. John McLuzo.
r.. Wheeling. apr?>
judical.
JREAT NEW ENGLAND '
it ic M ? : i >
Th\J. W'.Poland's 1
tVliite Pine Compound
fS NOW OFFERED TO TH E AFFLICTED
L throughout the country, after having
teen proved by the test of eleven years, in
he New England States, where iLs merit*
lave become as well known as the tree from
vhlch, In part. It derives its virtues.
The White Pine Compound Cores
lore Throat, Col?ls. Coughs, Diptherla; Bronliitis,
Hpltting of Blood, and Pulmonary Atectiocs
generally. It in r remarkable Kenedy
for Kidney Complaint*, Diabetes, difIculty
of Voiding Urine, Bleeding from the
Cidneys and Bladder, Gravel, and other ,
omplalnts. J
rhe White Pine Compound.
"il was earjy in liio Hpnug ui ra lumi luui
omponnd was originated. A meniberof my
am lly was afflicted with an Irritation of the
hroat attended with a disagreeable cough, i
iad for some months previous thought that
, preparation having for its basis the Inside
iark of white pine might be so compounded
A to be very useful in diseases of the throat
,nd lungs. To test the value of it In the case
illuded to, I compounded a small quantity
if the medicine that I bad been planning,
wdgave It in teaspoonful doses. The result
van exceedingly gratifying. Within two
lays the Irritation of the throat was removd,
the cough subsided snd a speedy cure
pas effected. Boon alter this, i Rent some to
i lady In Londonderry. N. IJ., who had been
uttering for some weeks from a bad cough,
occasioned by a sudden cold, and had raised
nncus streaked with blood. She soon found
ellef ana sent for more. Bhe took about
en ounces of it. and got well. J. B. Clarke,
?sq., editor of the Manchester Dally Mirror,
nade a trial of the same preparation In the
ase of a severe cold and was cured iminedl- I
ktely. He was so highly pleased with there- j
nits, and so confident of success attending its
ales, if placed before the public, that he
In ally pursnaded me to give it a name, and
end it abroad to benefit the suffering. In
November, 1855, I first advertised It under
he name of White Pine Compound. In two
rears from that time there had been wholealed
In Manchester alone one hnndred dolars
worth, where It took the lead of all the
ough remedies in the mnrket, and It still
nalntains that position. There is good rea- 1
on for this; it Is very soothing and healmg J
n ito nature; is warming to the stomach and
>leasant withal to the taste, and is exoeedngly
cheap.
"As a remedy for kidney complaints the
yhlte Pine Compound stands nnri valed. It
vaa not originated lor that pnrpose, but a
>erson in using it for a cough was not only (
area UI lUO wugu. uui waaaiou uuiou ui ?
tldney difficulty or ten years standing. Since
bat accidental discovery many thousands
tave used it for the same complaint, and
lave been completely cured."
Tbe above was written by Dr. Poland, in
860. Since then, as In Manchester, the
Vhlte Compound has taken the lead of all
Tough remedies, as well as a preparation for
he cure of Kidney difficulties, in every city,
own, vi lage and hamlet throughout the
few England States.
The remedy Is as safe and pleasant to take
a it is effectual.
rhe White Pine Compound,
PREPARED AT THE
Now England Botanical Dopot,
BOSTON,
Jnder the Super vision of Rev. J. W. Poland
For sale by LAUGHLN, SMITH A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, and also by GEO. B.
IL.ESSNER.
marl8 eod-d&w."
THEODOBE FINK. 1
Wholesale Dealer in Produce,
Quincy stM bet. Main and Market,
[TAS JUST RECEIVED AND FOR
Ll wale
100 bbls Pollock Indiana Flour.
ICO Silver Medal Flour.
loo * argyle Kentucky Flour.
10;) Hamilton Flour.
20 44 Buckwheat Flour,
20 trs. Geo. F. Davis A Co's celebrated H.
O. Hams.
10 hhds Bacon ShouHlcr*.
10 hhds Clear Fides.
50kegs No. 1 Lard.
20 ire. No. 1 Lard.
20 bbls Kentucky Hominy. p
200 Ohio River Salt r
300 11 Choice Keeping Apples. v
20 14 l*ure Crab Cider.
50 " Pure Cider V luegor. a
1000 buiih. Mill Feed. ai
1000 4 No. 1 Oata. 11
L000 44 Corn.
a n Bales Hay.
20 btilH No. 1 Lard Oil.
100 44 Carbon Ol.
an hnsh Corn Meal. dec7
Broom Handles.
>5000 GN HANU AND FOR HAL1- I
low by
CHARLKH H. BERRY,
ausflTJ Nos, 18 <? 18 Waters'
grttrtitjg an a gtoOtog.
lilLY INTELLIGENCER
BOOK AND JOB
Printing Office
AND
ILANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
15 QUINCY STREET.
Vo beg to call tl:o attention of our friemto
and the public to cur extensive
Book and Job Office.
Our fflcilitiofi In TYPJC, 8TKAM
rOWKK hKEfcHfcH and AIA'J
EHJAIi, aro Mich that we feel
confident wo can execute all do*
bcrliitlniiM of 1'KINTINU at an
IA?\V CHICKS as any house in
the JStato.
CAED3,
B081NK8M. VISITING* KAKl V
COlAJKKD CARDS, In every vnrloty.
at prices from 8100 |wj
1,000 upwaribi.
POSTEBS,
Or KVKRY fllBK.
BILL-HEADS.
HAND BILLS.
On any quality of I'aj-ek- i'uicts
ACCOltDINOI.Y
JHECKS,
DKA FTS,
J
CIRCULARS, j
lilLUS LADING,
I)KAY TICKETS,
iiiil nil U-fiCtlpl-onMof Mercantile I'rlnttiJK.
BOOK PRINTING,
Our BOOK ROOM i? woll
stocked with NKW TYPE; aud
our fiiclhileH for executing nil
klndH of BOOK aud PAMTH LLT
1*111 NTINO are complete.
Fancy Show Cards,
'LAIN CARDS,
HAND HILLS,
BLANKS,
?Vc., itc,
'rliitotl 111 tlio IiFnr RTYr.Kfinil wltliill^pntrh.
STEAMBOAT PBINTIN G
Wo have mndo* special provlHioii
lor bteamlxMit 1'rintiiiK, and
luivfhonio fonts of BKAUTIFU l?
TYFK FOR COLORKJ) HII.IX, a?
w?i!l lis some of tho FIN^T
i OLOKKIi 1NKH !o bo had.
Printing for Country Merchant?.
Wo won Id respectfully Ray to
our friend** In tlie country. Hint
any orders for Printing forwarded
uh, by letter or otherwise, will t*?
carefully attended to.
IN CONNECTION WITH OUR IJkROK
Job Printing Office,
WE HAVE TilE M? BT COMPLETE
BANKBOOK MANUFACTORY
XIV TI1K STATK.
Wo are prepared to Kxecuteall bindROf
BLANK BOOKS
FOR
Jounty and State Officers,
?T llil |IIUIUpiIIUM, IllUt 111 it Ulllll*
nor that wlllwariant to give entire
Malefaction.
JANKERS.
MKRCHANTH,
and MANUFACTURERS
Are requested to examine oar
LARUK WTOCK of PAHKK.M,
which we warrant to b? of the best
material In uce.
Ruling
)ONE TO ANY DESIRED PATTERN
All Bnsineto Men nHlng L.A HU fci
BLANK BOOKH, are requested to
examine our Hlock, as we feel
KatlMQed that we are manufacturing
the BEHT BOOKH mule In
tlin Htato.
In tendering our acknowledgments for the
blronage we have enjoyed In the uaht, we
Mpectfully solicit a continuance of the faora
of oar friend**.
our pr'oea for every article have been low, 1
nd we shall use onr be?t eudeavoni to give ;
itisfactlon to all who ?uny favor us with 1
Uelr orders. *
<
4
J
I
4
rREW, HAGANS & HALL, ;
I
WHKEUJK6, WEST VAi
gflefltrai.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL
I-BTABLIBHKIJ A8 A REFUGE KRf.u
QUACKERY. }*
T1IK OM'Y rj*ACR WHKKK a. r,t.,
OAJS UK OBTA1JN&D. iih
pvK. JOHNBON has discovered Urn ,n,
\J Certain, Bpeedy, and only Et!eri.,*
Remedy In the World for Weakne** or /?'
Back or Limbs, Btrictures, Affection* or
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary lilaCi '
gt*. Impotency, General Debility, Kenr,,*'"
new, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low h Pint*.,7"
fusion ef ideas, Palpitation of the li^J"
Timidity, Trembling, Dim new of hiKIi.
Giddiness, Disease oi the Head, Throat v
or tikin, A flections of the Liver. j.0ll*"
Momach or Bowels?those Terrible i >W,njiV
arising from Solitary Habits of Yon 11,
and Military practices more fatal to their -/
tlmsthsn the song ortiyrens to the Man
of Ulysses, blighting their most bin;;',:*
hojNM or anticipations, rendering iiiarri.-t,','
Ac., impossible.
YOUNG MEN
especially, who have become the victim,, ,
Bolitary v Ice, that dreadful and destruct
habit which annually sweeps to an unsiu,,'."
grave thousands of YoungMen of the IU,'J
excellent talents and brilliant intellect, w
might otherwise have entranced li*t?-ji
Senators wilh tiie thunders of eloqueu<waked
to ecstacy the living lyre, niay
with full confidence.
MAKKUQE.
Married Persons, or Young Men
plating marriage, being aware of Ph>,;, ,
Weakness, Organic Debility, Deforu,-.,^
speedily cuied.
He wno places himself under the ca:.
Dr. J. may religiously confide in lilsh
us a gentleman, and confide itly rely u,.':
hi? skill us a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
Immediately cured and full vigor resion.:
This distressing afiection, which reiui,-s
life miserable and murriage lmtx??ibie, i?,t
penalty paid by the victiinsof lmproi>er
diligences. Young persons are too aj.
commit exce**es from not being aware 01:
dreadful consequences that may ensue. .n?..
who that understands the subject will j
tend to deny that the power of procreation .
lost sooner by the>se falling into imju..]iioi.iim
iiiun IivIIih brudeni? Beside* t*..
deprived of the pleasure of healthy oH'Hpi.i '
the most serious and destructive Byuijiiou.,
of ho!h body and mind arise. The sysit-jt,
U-camea deranged, the PhysiclAl and Menu*
functions Weakened. Loss of Procreatn,
Power, Nervous irritability, Dyspepsia, r.,.
pluaion of the Heart. indigestion, Con-:
lutional Debility, and Wasting of the t nan,
Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
DR. JOll^aON,
Member of the Royal College of Snrgeoi..
London, Graduate oloneoi the most em
nent Colleges in the United Ktates, and ti;C
greater part of whose lifo has been spent :t.
Uie bospitalsof London, Paris, Philauei, !..??
and elsewhere, has etlected some 01 the n-? :
astonishing cures that were ever fcnoui
many trouhied with ringing in tlie head hi
ears when asleep, great nervousness, t.?
alarmed at Hidden Miunda, bashiuiness, >\ n
frequent blushing, attonded sometime* with
derangement of mind, were cured innr:?
dJately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICK.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injiu. ?i
themselves by improper indulgence auu
tary habits, which rain both body and mum,
unfitting them for either business, study. *>ciety
or marriage.
Theso are some of the sa*i and melanch?>}
effects produced by early habits of youi.*..
viz: Weakness of the Back and Limim, Paa.s
in the Head, DlmnesN ol bight, Lakvs of M jocular
Power, Palpitation of the Heart, i?vpci?sia,
Iservoun Irritability, Derangemei
Uie Digestive Functions, GenenU Lebli.u,
Symptoms or Consumption, Ac.
aitxTALLY.?The fearful effects ou tbe
iii h;d are much to be dreaded. L.ossof Memory,
Confusion ol ideus, Depression of Spirits,
hvii Forebodings, Aversion to Society, HeliL>is
trust, LKJVeoi solitude. Timidity, ?c.,aie
some or the evila produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages can ium
Judge wimt la Uie cause of their declining
la-ait li, losing thslr vigor, becoming weak,
pule, nervous and emaciated, having a singular
appearance about the eyes, cough, una
symptoms ol Consumption.
YOUNG MEN
Who have injured themselves by ucoi,?.;.
practice. Indulged in when alone, uhubu in queutly
learned lrom evil companions, oi m
school, the effects of which are nightly .r-i
even when asleep, and, if not cured, remit imarriage
impossible,uml destroys tNitb iniint
Mint body, should apply immediately.
What a pity lhat a young man, the h.?, <
ids country, the pride oi his paieniK, hiiuu.,i
be snatched liom all prospect* andenjox
men Is of lite by the consequence of tlt-viV
Litig from the path of natuie, and indui^m-;
Ui a certain >-ecrct habit. Much persons i u-t.
before contemplating
MAKKIAUK,
refceet that a sound mind and body ait-;...
most necessary requisites to promote c*?:.!,u
bud happiness. Indeed, without tin*-.- it.
Journey through hie becomes a weary }>..
grimage; the prospect hourly darkens to u.?
view, the mind becomes shadowed with <:
spair and tilled with the melancholy it n-.
lion that the happiness or another become
blighted with our own.
DIHEASKS OF IMPiltJDKNCK.
Wnen the moulded and imprudent v..:..
ry oi pleasure tinds that he has nnbiu u :i
this paint ill disease it too often haj
pens that au Ill-timed sense of shame ?
dread ol di.scovery deters him from appij >
tothoee,who irom education and res|>*-< i
blhly, can alouo befriend him, delaying ;
tlio constitutional syinj.ioius oi this ho.
dLsea.se make their appliance, such as u .
raled wire throat, dicased nose, lioctuin
paiuK in the head and limbs, dimness oi hi-:
deafness, nodeson the shin-bones aiulain.
blotches on the head, face and exLieimiMprogressing
with frightinl rapidity, tin
last the palate of the mouth or the I?-i??>l
the n?K^e fall in, and the victim or ti awltil
disease becomes a horrid objf?t
corn iniseratlon, till death puts a periixt i?m .
dreadful sutleriugs, .by ^bending him to "t:.
Undiscovered Country from whcm-- itraveller
returns."
It lit a MKLAHCHOLY FACT thallium
nauds tall victims to this terrible discs.-**,
lng to the unskillfulness of iunoiani pn
tenders, who, by the use of that UhAl'li
FOiHON, M&RCURY, ruin the constl! uu>u
and make the residue of life miserable.
?K. J OIK MB TOM,
OCice No. 7 Nontb 1'rederlrk Stre? l
l^eft hand side going from Baltimore si i ??i.
few doors fiom the corner, J?'all not hi ?
serve the name and number.
aar-JSo letters received unless post paUiai.
containing a stamp to be used on the rt -pi*
Persons writing snould state age, and s? nd
IXIIUUU ui autciuociiiouii uehCIlUlU^ yy III J1*
toms.
The Doctor's DIPLXJMA hangs In hlsctll"
INDORSEMENT OFTHEPRESrt.
The many thousands cared at thin est.?t?llshinent
within the last twenty years,
the numerous Important surgical Operate i?*
performed bypr. Johnston, witnessed by t: *
reporters of The Sun and many other paj
notices of which have appeared again
again before the public, besides his standi: w
an a gentleman of character and refci-edibility
1m a Butttclent guarantee to Uie a til ?t '
SKIN DIBEAttEH SPEEDILY CUKhl*.
marh>?ly
Commissioner's Salo.
J. D. Maxwell, Committee, ")
vs. v Bill In thy.
Samuel Mc Coy, el al. J
Hamuel McCoy I
J. D. MnxweliJ Committee, K'rosa Bll!and
others. J
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE ENTF.lvc?i
by the Circuit Court of Ohio County at
its December Terra, 1868, in the above ent-tied
causes, which were heard together, an J
as Special Commissioner named in sanl decree,
1 will offer for sale at the front door ? !
the Court House of Ohio County on
Saturday, Febrnary SOCVa, 1869,
at 11 o'clock A. if., the interest of Joseph *
liott (being one undivided fourth part) Iiih
tract of land situate in Ohio County, WW
Virginia, bounded and described as follow*
Beginning at a sugar tree In the forks of .>
run corner to John White, then norths
w?*it twenty poles to a walnut: thence noriii
So west loriy-one poles to an lronwood on '
branch and in a line of David Adams; thence
with his line south lb west thirty-five
io an ash and sugar tree corner to said
Adams thence wltn his line Gu east on?*
hundred and six poleH to a beech near s?M
run; thence south 20? east one hundred an l
six poles to a beech; tlience south Uti' ea*t
fifty poles to a sugar tree in Richard Van line;
tlience with side line up the crests
north 61 east ninety-eight poles to a ld? ivory
cornel to John White; thence with inline
noitb oJ west thirty poles to a walnu'
thence north IS" west one hundred poles ??
a walnut; thence north h west twenty tu
poles to a beech; thence north 80? west
poles to the place or beginning, contain:!-*:
one liurdred and fifty acres from whicii i
. r7 *. ' iurw! r?"- and
12 percbf.s conveyed to William Deumhon
by need dated June 29, 1801, and thirl**acres,
one rood and thirty-three poles, con
veyed to Morrow Oibson, April 7, lhtiu.
Terms of Bale?Une-third of t?urrhHx*
mouey or as mncli more as the purchaser
may desire to pay, In hand, and thereruHinder
in equal instalments at one ami tw
years, wlih Interest from day of Kile pinchaser
giving lH.nd with good security ! r
ileitrred instalments. Title retained nutpurchase
money paid in full.
WIL.L.IAM P. HUBBAKl).
JanlS-law4w Special Commissioner.
Commissioner's Notico.
Alfred Caldwell et a Is ) Id chancery.
vs. V In the Circuit t'onii
Alice Caldwell et als.j for Ohio Co.,W. Vs.
PUKHUANT TO THK DECREE MADE IN
in the above cause on the Hth day
Dctober.iwa, I wiHon Monday, the 1st day oi
March, iKti'J, at myoQlculu the city of Win*''
Ing, and thereafter by adjournment fr??"
Lime to time as shall be found necessary. i r"*
Deed to "take, state, and report an account
r>f what interest each of the parties to U-"
above entitled suit have In the property
v\t: L/Ot No. I. in the 22dequare of the ISelifitre
Addition to the city of Wheeling. Uhl??
county. West Virginia, and the west naif oi
lot No. '2 in paid square, and in said addition
Lo said city, or the proceeds thereof, wl??*ii
told pursuant to decree entered In said chum-,
*nd snch other matters as 1 may deem pertinent,
or either of the parties may require.
HANNIBAL FORBEH, #
Ja26-oaw4w Com'r Olilo Co, Circuit Court.
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