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- ?iiur 'IMI _A. I !'Oi. ' . GOLDEN BE BEBDILT AND TBI IN EVERY Greater Facilitii . H: EXTRA a< DET ( FINE YARD WIDE BLI Heavy Yard Wide I 10,000 YARDS BES Fine Unbleached &Blea GOOD FAST COL?] ALL LINEN HAN! GOOD T1CJ Best Bleached Musli - .1 I ' ! Double Width Poplin A JOUVIN'S KID 6L0VE 13 A IT1' H 1 I ) I ) l-i Heavy Black Silks, SHAWLS & OF ALL GRAI Carpets, Rugs, Cu IUST UT'TJII ALL GOODS AT L< Call and Examine for Youn s: 174 Main Htroo may 20 groflfllfltiB. Cold as Ice. IK KOU WANTA OLAtiBOKPORK 8C WATER, flavored with the richest rupfl.c&U at the BRIDGE CORNER URDU BTOK CALIFORNIA WINJBS PURE BRANDIES ? WHISKI For Medical Purposes, for sale by LOGAN, U8T * CO, Bridge Corner jJruggln Bottle Wax FOR FRUIT JARS, loco lbs Inst reoel and for sale by LOUAN.Llaf at' Flavoring Extracts OK THE VERY BEST QUALITY, A at low prices. For sale by LOHAN, L18T A C Kid Glove Cleaner. ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVE CLEAf does the work qnlck and well. Unly 28 cents. For sale by LOGAN. LIST A C Sundries. KKRR'8 SYSTEM RENOVATOR. Koaadalls. Buckingham's Whisker Dye, 50 cts. Da Pan's Beuzlns, good and cheap. Durybeas' Corn Starcb. For sale by Jun22 LOU AN, LIST A CI New Drug Store. fflELB SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUfc I oat the Drag Store oppoeit* the : uffloe are prepared to furnltm their frie and all woo may give them a call with beat article? lnUielr line. Everything ally kept In a First Glass Retail Drag 8tor will be found here, end If ft desire to pi oar patrons la ft guarantee of success, we secure It. We make a speciality of put up Physicians Pb jcscriftions?which be done neatly(accurately and at all lie at low prices to suit the times. m%ran B1L.VKY A 1*1* BKZVJ. STAJfTOW. O. W. B. ALLOW STANTON A ALLISON, Attorneys at La WHEELING, W. TA., VirLL,n PRACTICE IN TEE BTATK A YY Fedeni Oourts. Offlce on Fourth atroot, east side, first ^ north of Monroe. ocflWILLIAM P: HUBBARD, ATTORNEY AT LAI 114 Marlcot Htroet, On Door Below H?Lnr? Horn WHEELING, W, VA. rnaria IIKAXON A PAUKINNUN, ATTOBNEY8 AT LAI sarktt St. (One Door Below Wei House), WHEELING, W, VA. mai5-l/ HATS I HATS Another large addition to < already magnificent a lock or HATS & CAP; RECEIVED AT HARI'KR & UKOfc White Cassimere Hate OOR SPRING WEAR, J; Received at HARPER A KOt Aprt4 15 Bales Jute Wool Twine JUHT RECEIVED and far ma low for omu. U(U . UKAH. H. UK. i THOMAS, 1ST STREETi IE HIVE STORE. OROUQHLY REMODELED DEPARTMENT. 3S for Doing Trade! >OD BARGAINS IN J 0 0 D S! CACHED MUSLINS AT 121-2C. Jrown Sheetings at 12 l-2o. JT OALIOOS AT 12 l-2c. > : . ' l ched Shirting Muslin at 10 Cts. REI3 PRINTS AT 10 CTSI DKERCHIEFS AT 8 CtS. KINQ AT 15 CtS. ns in the City at 20 ;cts. . Lpaoas Worth 75 Cts. at 37 Cta. 3, SLIGHTLY SOILED, 50 CTS. !-ESS SILKS 87C. Dress Silks, Silk Poplins, DRESS GOODS >ES, VERY CHEAP. irtain & Curtain Goods L.X. STOCK. 3WEST CASH PRICES. jE <> It KETAlIi. elves. CONE & THOMAS. t, Near HiiBpeHMlon BrldEe, WHEKUdU, W. VA. goats aofl Jfhaeg. BOOTS AND SHOE8. 2 HAVE JUBT KKCK1VED AT E. NO. B? MAIN STBK1CT. One of the Largest Stocks of "ES BOOTS AND SHOES IN TUB CITY, FOR LH. Spring and Summer Sales. ve(1 To which I Invite the trade. O. S. ?J. BOYD, Wlioleoale Dealer, .NO mar HI WHEEUM8. W. VA. ? LANBK'3 COMMENTARY ?? "YESTERDAY, TO-DAY & FOREVER," o. The Wondrous Poem. A\VRESir SUPPLY. FAMILY BIBLES, VERY CHEAP, A magnificent assortment. j Additional Hymns for EPISCOPAL CHUBCH. Everything In the SUNDAY SCHOOL I>EIHT PA HTM ENT, Kresh ! Beautiful! BKUOIODR BOOK HOUSE, 1116 22 Houroe street. aimBoo kB not on band ordered every Monday morning, and delivered Saturday night. 6 may 6 ease J* A? CAHROLL & BROi) will wfH MAKULJfi W UitiiifiltH. >nrs, * ;Jolin Street, VT. KA8T| SIDE OF BTONE BRIDGE, wheeling, w. va. TlfONUMENTS, TOMBS AND HEAD ill Stones, Ac., constantly on liana and >n. furnished to order. Having made arrangements with a leading firm In Hcotland, we are able to furnish all kinds of work In URAN1TE at the loww, est possible price. apr22-d&w O ASWEI1I1, HAZARD & GO'S LND r COD LIVER OIL! TH E BEST AND PUKE8T IN THE MARket. Every bottle guaranteed to be fresh tT and sweet?If not so the money will be renf f funded. This Is the only OH we can make ibis guaranteo with. Try it and use no other, for sale by KDMDMD BOOKING'S. No. 1 Odd Fellow's Hall, and BOOKING * CARROLL's, tuay 18 Cor. Flret A CbapllneBte. ? To Wagon and Carriage Makers. V, TTOBS FOB WAOONH AND Carriages. XX Hum Oak and Locust Wood, Bpakei are from 1 in. to 2<4, Hickory and Oak wood Fellow- from Ilj to 2, Hickory and Oak Wood Bows lor Carriages and Kxprest Wtkftona. Poles. BhttXts and Circles ol best Hickory and Oak. Received by P. C. H1LDRETH A BRO., 5 I . 63 Main BtreeL 50 000^?ta"???I??5?HA*s3UK 300,000 lbs Bhouldera. 100,000 lbs Clear A Clear Rib 100 Tierces Prime LatU. D f 60 Kegs - ? X I 60 Barrels Extra I*nd on. w UOBbla Juno Family Klom 800 do Star do ao 100 do Swan do do 380 Half Barrels Lake Fish. * GO Barrels Vinegar. 50 Boxes Factory Cheese SO do Oonoentratod Lor l? mar?*8 by HAND LAW. JORDAN a 00. Bar Iron. i'. D^ OW,ROO3>roAND8QUARE,fti0n J)-Wayne and American and BUgo Mllla - Fittflbuixh. bab iSSh. flat, from xxx to mk^e Bab Ibon, oval, half oval and half round BAB Ibon, single and doable Horse Bhoe has Ibon, Hoop from 54 to 4 In. Bab Ibon, Wsgon tires out to lengths. BBY PTO. HILDRBTHgBKO. gUyftsattt IfoUirtag,. SPRING GOODS! JOHN H. STALLMAN, (SUCCESSOR TO JOHN T. LAKIS 4 OO.) M'EROH ANT TAILOR, AND OKALKB IN GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods, No. 20. nouroe Street, WHEELING, W. VA.t : RESPECTFULLY INVITES TllE ATtentlon of his patrons and the public generally, to his new and elegant stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, VESTINGS, &c. Also keeps on hand a large variety of (Men's Fmiskii Goois, Consisting of SHIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFd. CX) Li LAKH, HOSIERY, OUFFB, UNDEROIiOTIilNU Ac., Ac., Ac. All of which will be sold at an EXCEEDINGLY LOW FIUOKE. JOHS K BTALLNAH. marl9-ly 1869. SPRING. 1869. THOS. HUGHES & Oo. Merchant TAILORS, No. 85 Cor. Monuoi and Water 8t8? WHEEUKU W.VA. Would respectfully invite the attention of their patrons and the public generally to their large and varied assortment of Foreign and Domestic Cloths. Oassimeres, Vestings, and GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods! now being received; and which will be sold AT THJ2 LOWEST REMUNERATIVE FIGURES. A splendid assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, EQUAL TO CUSTOM WORK, constantly on hand. sep7 0. W. FRANZHEIM & CO., No. 157 Market Street, wheeling, w. va., IMPORTERS A WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Liquors, Have Just rocelved by DIRECT IMPORTATION, Another Invoice of SUPERIOR COGNAO BRANDY FOR medical purposes. Also keep constantly on hand at Wholesale and Retail, the PUREST, BRANDIES, WINE3, GIN, AC., THE OLDEST RYE AND BOURBON WHISKElS; AND THE FINEST CATAWBA. AND CONCORD WINJES, Of Oar Own ttannfttcture. They are also exclusive Agents for Speer's Standard Wine Bitters, A reliable Appetlzar and Tonic, and an excellent preventive of complaints Incident to the summer season. may IT G. W. FR ANZHEIM A CO. D. NICOLL & BRO. |JAVK A NICE ASSORTMENT OF TRIMMINGS A BUTTONS. ITino Parasols "Very Cheap. EMPRESS KID GLOVES. BASKETS, TRAVELING BATCH ELS, HOUSE CLEANING BRUSHES, FEATHER DUSTERS. Combe, Hair, Cloth, Nail, Velvet and Crumb Brushes. HIL1>1<? A'S t'AUHi AUI.9, FIELD CROQUETS, Ac. All at reasonable prices. may 10 REID & JONES, Wholesale and Retail Mannfacturers or Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. AIJSO DRALIRa IN House Furnishing Goods, Stoves, Hardware, Cutlery, &o., &o., Ho. 1S7 Blarket Street) AbOTe Monroe. N. B.?Particular attention given to TIN ROOFING, BPOUTINQ A JOBBING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. J an2? Teas and Tobaccos. 1 1 on HAL.F-CHE8TS u. P. Y. H. AND 1/6U Oolong Teas, fresh Imported. 75 boxes Old Virginia Navy Tobacco. 60 Caddies Old Virginia Spnn Tobacco. 40 boxes Old Virginia Twist And Bright onnds. 75 boxes Monitor, la and %s, Navy. 30 boxes Russell's Honey Dew 10s. In store and for sale by , Jang HOWKLU BLOOMF1KLD A OO. Flour. en BBLfl BALTIC, VERY BEST, i OU 2U0 bbls. Choloe %Yi?*or Wheat. IIX) da Beakers'. 100 do Kxtr, SaperSne. i J ast received by , LIST. MOKRrgQN. A CO. S. C. TIIOM !*???, M. HOME OP AT HI ST. OOlre and Kraldeorc, WflMli-r Nt., Between Market and Chap Hue. m?fll-3m* Plaster Paris; r~(\ BBLa. CALCINED PLA8TKR PA KIM JU (Pboenlx M.Hg-HtijDtucpH ^ BKQ. Hydraulic Cement 1 flA BBLS. HUDSON RIVKB CKMENI 1UU the best In use. ^ ??? P. U. H II.DRKTH M WW" Davis' Star Dried Beef. "I TIERCES. ? J \J Just received and for sale low by . Jnn8 M. KKlLLiY. Bedcords. TUST MOmtVKD AND FXJK HALE AT U^radBMdprtoM.fifty Down Hemp M< nam OH AH. H, BKBBT. From the Philadelphia Ledger. It Timlnatlon JDelelerlons? The question has recently been started In England whether vaccination Is not deleterious, and whether It doet not do more harm than good, and a correspondence has been carried on In the London Daily Telegraph on the subject, pro and con. The occasion of It was the fining of a Mr. John Skelton, a medical gentleman ol fourteen years' practice, by one of the London magistrate, for refusing to have his child vaccinated. By an act of Parliament, passed last year, the Board ot Guardians of the l'oor of each district is made responsible for the vaccination of every child within its jurisdiction, and where the parent refuses to allow bis child to be operated on, either by the district surgeon or a private practitioner, or where he neglects to do so, the Board is bound to prosecte him,and the penalty on conviction is 40 shillings ($10) and costs. In the case above mentioned, Mr. Skeleton pleaded guilty, and stated that his objection to comply with the act was founded npon a conscientious belief that vaccination is frequently injurious. He said he believed it to be the cause of introducing into, and propagating many maladies in the constitution, and declared that In the course of an extensive practice of many year*, he had seen the most terrible effects resulting from the performance of the?operation, owing to impurity in the lymph. He added that he would not vaccinate his own or anybody else's child, and he wonld prefer risking the ills which might result from refusing to do it, to Invoking other ills of a character infinitely more mischievous. Mr. Skelton'a opinion has been endorsed by some of the correspondents of the Daily Telegraph. On the other hand, Dr. Godfrey, of Enfield, near London, and Dr. Blanc, of Bedford street, London, ghave volunteered their testimony that nothing but good can come from vaccination, provided the lymph be taken direct from the oow, though they admit that imparities may be derived if it be taken from arm to arm. These observations of Dr. Godfry and Blanc touch the real point of discussion. It is the perpetual transmission of the lymph from one human arm to another through all sorts oj subjects, that haB given rise to the very natural doubts and objections which some persons urge against vaccination. The measure of primary Importance, in this operation, Is to obtain pure vacine matter in such abundance as to meet all demands. This end seems to have been (successfully reached by well-deviseu plans adopted by the municipalities of some of the principal Italian cities? Venice, Naples and "Florence. We believe lliat we shall do good service in disseminating a knowledge of the subject as we find it detailed in the Uiornale Italiano, a medical periodical published in Milan. In place of continuing to vaccinate with matter or lymph obtained from the human subject, which, it Is believed,loseB a portion of its protective power by ft | long series of transmissions from person to person, and becomes otherwise vitiated, successful attempts have been made for some years past to recur to the original source of supply in the cow. For the last twelve years it is made the business of a Commission, composed of the municipal physician and two other doctors, a surgeon nuil the veterinarian of the city of Venice, under the presidency of thb physicians of the province, to procure every spring and autumn, by innocuiation of the cow, the renewal of the matter that is to serve tor general vaccination. The processa is carried out in the following manner: Under the superintendence of the Commission. two most healthy children and whote parents 11I30 are kuowu to be healthy, are selected, and innoculated with vaccine matter, obtained by the vaccination of a cow the preceding season. When the pustules resulting from the operation performed on these children have reached the eighth day, and ure recognized to be genuine vaccine pustules, the Commission adjourns to an appointed place, where a herd of cows has been collectod, and from these It cbooHeasixor eight of the healthiest animals. Home twenty or more punctures are then made under the tail of the cow for the vacoine matter; objections having been urged agaiuat the operation being performed ou the udder as formerly. Part of the Commission watches the development of the pustnle until the seventh day, when generally an abundant supply of the lymph can be prooured. The lymph, when of the right quality, is removed by applying one end of a capilary tube or uanuia, In which the fluid ascends to a certain point, and which is then beremetically closed at both ends and deposited in a little wooden case. This last has a label attached to it, indicating the date of the vaccination. On a paper in which the case is wrappod, are printed the directions for extracting the lymph and the mode of inserting it under the Bkin in vacciuating. Kacii ot the little cases contain a vial, as they call it at Venice, filled with matter, is sold for about seventy cents. So well recognized are the laborers of the Vaccinating Commission, that the vaccine matter is sent for trom many distant countries. Stone and Wood Pavements. Stone or cobble Btone pavemeuts are a nuisance that ought to be abated at the earliest practicable moment. The New York Evening Post has the following sensible remarks on the subject: That new wooden pavements are Eleasanter than any of stone or iron we ave ever had on the streets of New Tork, is generally admitted. Cartmen, backmen and drivers of all manner of conveyances turn into a street on which the Nicholson pavement Is laid when they have a chance, even if they have to go a little out of their way; and the transition from the rough jolting and disagreeable clatter of Broadway to the smooth, noiseless, elastic swing of carriage or omnibuB on the wooden floor of Nassau or William street is pleasant to every one who ia compelled to traverse the Btreets In any kind of vehlele. But we hear occasional complaints that the wooaen paveimnu are not durable. Has it occurred to any one tbat they do not get fair play with us? Drays, carts, wagons, omnibuses and carriages in this city are all, by long custom and absolute necessity, made much heavier and clumsier than tliey would need to be if they were to run over a wooden floor. They are adapted to ran without breaking over the cobble atones with which uioat of our streets are still laid; tbey must resist the perpetual jar and strain of these uneven surfaces. But suppose every street in the clly was laid with the Nicolson or some other equally smooth pavement ? It is easy to see tbat vehicles would need to be ranch less heavy; they would be built with reference to the loRd they . must bear, and not with regard to the strain of rough roadways. Moreover, in thousands of cases, one horse wonld easily do the work which two are now required for, and the wear and tear with lighter wagons and fewer horses would do much less than now. To lay all our streets with smooth wooden floors would almost make New York a quiet place. The roar and rumble which now fill the air would be very greatly lessened. The speed easily attainable with heavy burdeus wonld be considerably Increased, omnlbnsses wonld no longer need to be the lumbering, ungainly things they are. Mayor Hall suggested in his recent message several improvements to make city life less vexatious and painful; will he not bethink him whether any of these change* would add more to the comfort of citizens than to abolish the stone pavements as rapidly as possible and lay all onr streets with wood? Thk recent abolition of slavery, by royal decree, in all the Portuguese colonies, is another admonition to Brazil to follow the example of the mother country, and to give the death blow to that inhuman Institution. Dorset Cablilk, son of Hon. John 8., carried off the first prize, valued at 915, for declamation at the W. Va. University. Thi name of one creek on the Pacifio railway la: "Man-wounded-in-tha-faoewoman-kllled?by-llghtning-creek." Begflug o? one of tUe Fine ArlSi Not long since a gentleman, residinf la one of the villages near Philadel : phla, saw a couple of mendicants walk lng along a railway?for beggari usually trudge In couples. He noticei j nothing particular about them, excep i that their locomotion, not quite equa! 1 to that of a locomotive, was quite up tc tlie average of pedestrians on a rail' way. It was not n frequented rout< , they were walking over, and thej seemed to be in happy unconciousness that any body thought them worth the trouble of notice. A few minutes later the geutleinan met the same couple in one of the frequented streets of the town. An entire change had come over them, and more than a mere visionary change?or rather we should say less. For the poor man, in that short time, had lost the power ol vision, and was transformed into a blind man; while bis companion was also "deformed transformed, and had become so nearly paralytic that she could scarce lead her sightless companion. They were begging their way with a piteous tale, and no doubt re" ceiving fair remuneration for their Bklllful personation of the blind and the lame. The gentleman did not give them in chargo or the polloe, for the village is represented in that department by one oonstable. The rogues went thoir way, trespassing on the charitable disposition of the public. Street begging and road side begging ia an intolerable nuisance. One way to abate it?especially at this mild season, Is to be sparing, very sparing in gifts to strange beggers. Any person who really needs assistance can readily tind it among those who know his case. But usually such persons are the last whom beggers apply to. The careless giving ol money Increases the evil. If we are to have mendicancy as an established institution, it becomes us to diminish the premium on laziness to the lowest farthing, and never give more than a penny?if so mnch?to any ablebodied vagrant. Begging Is fast becoming one of the tine arts in this oountry, by the careless liberality of the public. All sorts of lying personations are resorted to to move the sensibilities of the hnmane, and the thievish finesse which is practiced by vagrants of all ages exhibits an iulgenalty more curious than laudable. No man ougbt to be able more than barely to support life by begging; and if the common sense of the public would reduce the profits on vagrancy to this proper standard, the "proresslon" would soon cease to be so crowded as at present. The Tennessee Secretary of State has written a letter In regard to tho State tinances, lu which ho says the inleres on the State debt has been paid for two years past by constant hypothecation of bonds. Lidbt year $1, 100,000 was hypothecated to meet the January Interest. To meet the interest due next weok it would require double this utviAnnl nf /lnllailnrui nf nrlii/ili 49/lrt nmumiv u> wui.ciiu.-., 1/1 ouiuu v-"v,vwv would be lost without hope. During the ittHt four years the State has loaned to railroads the enormous sum of #15,1)00,000; but a mere trilltf of interest has been paid on this Bum. Dklia Wkiwtkk, who, eome years aso, was sent to the Kentucky penitentiary lor running off negro slaves, is in Louisville, looking after her interests in a suit she has brought in the United States Court against a party of men who, during the war, raided her pretni.883, tore down her fences, and destroyed some of her property. She is now a resident of Madison, Indiana, where she is said to be teaching school. Bkautikcii Woman. If you would be beautiful, use Iltigan'a Magnolia Balm. It gives u pure Blooming Complexion and restores youthful lieanty. ItH effects are gradual, natural and perfect. it Removes Redness, Blotches find Pimples, cures Tan, Sunburn and Freckles, and makes a I*sdy of thirty appear but twenty. The Magnolia lialm makes the Skin Smooth and Pearly; the Eye bright and clear; the Cheek glow with the Bloom ofYouth, and imparts a fresh, plump appearance to the Countenance. No Lady need complain of her Complexion when 75 cents will purchase this delightful article. The best thing to dress the Hair with is Lyon's Katharion. Imeodiew. THE GREAT AMERICAN Bntton-Hole, Overaeaming AND FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. THE LATE3T INVENTION. Cniiueslloiiable Hnprrlorlty Over nil OlUerM iu n Family Sewing Machine ! Every Machine warranted to give entire satisfaction. Call and see lt( at BIIEIB'S MUSIC STORE, 100 Market Street. ARCHER, AFFLECK A CO., Agents. Eastern Ohio and Weat Virginia. A gents wanted. in ay 7 J TJ ST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE CHEAP, 50B0XES MESSINA ORANGES. 50 Boxes Messina Lemons. D. K. IRWIN & CO., 75 MAIN STIIEKT. _? Partridge's Gallery! 117 MAIN STUEF.T. PHOT9GKAPHS MADE AND F1NI8Hed In every style. QKMa taken ana finished In a few minutes. Tiie best light In the City for ranking Groups. Also Pictures or Small children. maylS JUST RECEIVED. BF. FAUNESTOCK & VO.% J. BCHOON. MAKER <t HON'.I, Anchor and other brands or White L*ead. Also White Lead in cans of 1 to 0 pounds; Graining Colore. Dry Faints, Faro Unseed Oil, Varnisbes, Fntty, Ac. I am prepared to iurnish Window Glass of any size on short notice: Mixed Faint*. Paint .Brushes, Ac. HOUSE & SIGN PAINTING, Graining, Glazing & Paper-Hanging, Promptly attended to. MATTHEW W. M1LI.ER, Jtinlt Opposite Poatofflce. T1UBBLE <t llORSBueUH, PMi'crs, Gas anil Steam Fitters, ttO Market Street, **~(^rders from the oountry attended to at short notloe. aprt3-ly Caloined Plaster. 1 fifl BBU3. PliABTER PARIS, FtUlade ? IUU pUi?^^ved^KTH rq 3mr &flv*rt!??arots. ~ FIBEt JPIBfBIX FtKinx CUob8 Fire Extinguisher Company, Ho. 4 Bey Street, Hew York-. Great reduction in piloe. No. 1 535; No. 2 ?40; No. 3 *15. First-class Agents wanted. Address as above. AUEATN HASTED FOK l'HE SecretHistory OF THE CONFEDERACY. The aitounding revelations and startling disclosures, mnde la till* wort, art) creating the mosL in ten m detore to obtain It. The secret political intrigues, Ac., or Davis, and other Confederate leaders, witn the Midden Mysteries iroin "Behind the scenes in Richmond," aio thoroughly ventilated. fcend jot Circulars and see our terms, and a lull description of the work. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING Co., Philadelphia, Pa., Atlanta, Oft,, or St. Louis, Mo. 5,000 BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOK HARDING'S New Illuminated and Illustrated itditions or the LIFE OF CHRIST and BUNYAN'S PILGRIM'S PKOii kjsjss. The worm ore now ready ror delivery. Address ror catalogue or the best Selling (Subscription Boo as published. Wi W. HAUD1NO, fblladelptila, Pub'r or ilardlng's Edition of the HolyBlble. PATENTS.?Munn A Co., Kditors BCIKNhjtiu amjcuioan, 57 rarit Row, New lork. Twenty-three years' experience lu obtaining AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PATEN AS. Opinions no charge. A pamphlet, 108 pages or law and information tree. Address above. AUttNCS H'AHIKD ror "WOMEN OF iNtW YuKK." complete exposS or female Life in the Great Metropolis, Sensational. nodutiruiiy liiudurauid. cam pie copy pocat-paiu ior 92. Auurtsu Yo*lU. &UUJL Co , H5 Nassau St.. New Yoric City. L> tiliiULK? bund ror catalogue oi all new 11 slrc/uLtciurul Hooks and Journals. AdureaAJ.lilcK.NELu a CO.. f uo'iu, Iroy, .N. Y.,or t>priaj;Ueia, ill. yiO Per Day Griiarantoed Agents to sell the homb Huumi skwimq MACUijiK. XL LLitfJCOa UJe JLoCJC. HtiLch, H. 11 Kit on bum Hides, has the uuder-ieed, and Is equal iu every reaped to any sewing Macniue ever invented. Priced. Warranted lor Uvejears. cend lor circular. Adareaa, , CLauK a, CO., liooLon, Mum., r*nu?b:tn;ii. Pa , or ot. Loui% Mo. gliuOO SALARY. Address U. S. i'lANU CO., N. Y. COLUIKA^ PATENT KKD JACKET AXE Ir better than our regular shaped Axes for. these reasons: First?It cuts deeper. Second ?It don't slick in the wood. Third?It does not Jar the hand. Ifyurth?No time Is wasted in ukKin^ mu Axe out ui tue cut. jtijin? With the s uae labor you will do one-third more work than with regular Axo^. Red paint lias nothing to do with the good qualities of ihlH Art), for all our Axes are painted red. If your hardware store does not keep our go. as, we will gladly answer inquiries or dll your orders direct, or give you the name of the 11 eRrest dealer wno keeps our Axes. LiPPiNCOTr <fc BAKEWKLL. Pit tsbuigh. Fa. Bole owners of Col burn's and Hed Jacket Patents. WANTED, AGENTS,Sf'SSK everywhere, male and female, to Introduce the urnuinb Improved Common henhi Family Hewiso Machine. This machine Will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, qulit, cord, bind, braid and embroider lu a most superior manner. Price only 818. Fully warranted for nve years. We will give 81,000 for any machine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic seam than ours, it makes the "Elastic Lock Stitch." .Every second stitch can ho cut, and still the cloth cannot be pulled apart without tearing It. We pay Agents from 975 to 8200 per month and expenses, or a commission from which twice tliat amount can be made. Address SECOM15 & CO.. Pittsburgh, Pa., Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. Caution.?Do not bo imposed npon by other parties palming on wortnlees caul-iron machine*, uuuer the same name or otherwise. Ours is the only genuine and really practical cheap machine manufactured. tJMUK EXTlNtlDINHER, PLANT 1 Syringe, Window Washer and Uardkn Engine for 85. Heud stamp for circulars to N. E. P. PUMP CO., Dan vers, Mass. $.1000 *? Yeiir. Address* Fox A Co., Saco, M ?ine. (htnn 4n (t>0Cfl Per Monlb GunrAiiteed $IUU to <M3Us,/^ where selling our Patent Everlasting White Wire Clothes Lines. Call at or write tor liiiriieiilarH to uikakd WiKiMaLS, JSo. ilBl North Third street, rhllndolphia, Fa. For $100 Per Line We will insert aivertisementB in one ( thousand newspaper*, one uiontli. The List includes Mingle papers of over . 1OO.O0O Circulation weekly, more than 100 Dally Papers, In which the advertiser obtains 24 insertions to the month, and the lead log papers in more tbau OOO different towns and cities. Complete files can be examined at oar olllce* Send stamp for our circular. Address GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., Advertising Agents, New York. WANTED-AQENTS-r?KBi? CAN KNITTING HACHINE. Price ?Sd. The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Machine ever invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address AMERICAN KNITTIN ti MACHINE CO., Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. ONLY ONE DOLLAR! The new invented pocket time-piece, saitaole for either lady or gentlemen, in handsorc e : metal ease, white dial, gilt lettered, brass movements, sound and serviceable with key complete. A true, permanent Indicator of time; warranted for two ^ears; post paid to *ny part of the U. b. on receipt of One Dollar, or three for 92 50. If satisfaction Is not given money refunded. Add reus W.SCOlrA PAUL, 43 Chatham street, New \ork: The Oroide Watch 815. Send for Catalogue. ANR your Doctor or Druggist for SWEET QUININE?It equal* (bitter) Quinine. If made only by F. SJCEaKNB, Chemist, Detroit. . QT7T Am More Va able than (Jold. For OTjUrkX? partlcnlari send two 3-cent 8tamps to AUGUSTK DUP.LN, Box 1027, Cincinnati, O. THIKilrY TEAKS' Experience in Ihe Trrntment or Ctironlc nnd Nexanl 1)|senses*?A Physiological View of Marriage. ?Tlio cheapest book ever published?con- ! taining nearly 300 pages, ana 130 fine plates and engravings of the anatomy or the human organs in a state of health and disease, with a treatise on early errors, its deplorable consequences upon the mind and body, with the author's plan of treatment?the only rational and successful mode of cure, as siiown by a report ol cates treated. A truthful adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage who entertain douots of tnelr physical condition. Went free of postage to any address on receipt of 25 cents, In stamp*) or i>ostal currency, by addressing Dr. CROIX., No. ill Maiden Laue, Albany, N. Y. The antlior may be consulted upon any of the diseases upon which his boolcs treat, either personally or by mall, and medicines . sent to any part of the world. J TRY THE BEST ONE DOLLAR SALE IS THE COCSTRT. j?-Jf required, Agents NEED NOT PAY FOR THE GOODS UNTIL DELIVERY. Agents wanted everywhere. Bend fax clrcui ir. n. c. tiiohpaor a cap., 130 Federal Street, Boston. Mass. A Valuable Medical Book! CONTAINING IMPORTANT PHYSIOLOGICAL INFORMATION to young men contemplating Marriage, sent free on receipt of 25 cents. Address the Chkmioal 1>statute, 43 Clinton Place, N. Y. the best light. THEMKKIDIAN BDRNBB for Kerosene, adapted either for Bun or common cblm- I ney. Agents wanted In every town in the I country. Samples Bent by mall prepaid on receipt, of 30c. Every variety of Kerosene LampH, Brackets, CuandeUera, etc., for prlvate houses, halls and churches, constantly on hand. Orders for sample cases of oar latest styles of lamps. Ailed promptly at lowest prices. COULTER, JONES A CO., 702 Arch Btreet, Philadelphia, . Patent Pocket Corn-Sheller. PKOFIKS OTEB 300 PER CT. Southern State and County Rights far sale. , Great novelty, Bexul for circular. Address WEAVER A JONES, 1un3 ManoTrs, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ztff jogorattrg. ^NATIONA^ 1 LIFE IISUBANCE CO . or tdk UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, J WASHINGTON, D. C. * ^ Chart?r?<l hj Spec! a! Act of Congress, Approved July ?5,1863. ^ Cash Capital, - - SI,000,000, I h PAID IN FULL. 1 U BKAKCH OFFICES j FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, a PHI DADKLPHIA. m / t< Where the general business or the Company 1< IB transacted! ana to which all general oor- h respondenoe should be addressed. d OFFICERS: b CLARENCE BL CLARK, Presl lenL 1 JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance and Exec- J utive Committee. * HENRY D. COOKE, Vloe-President. t KMKRHON W. PKET, Secretary and Actuary. Thla Company offers the following ad van- J Laf?L8 a National Company, chartered by f special act of Congress, itQs. * It has a paid-up capital of 81,000,000. * It offers low rate* or premium. a It lurnishes larger insurance than other companies for the same money. ? It is dellnite and certain in its terms. " It is a home company in every locality. Its policies are exempt from attachment. ? There are no unnecessary restrictions in ? the policies. Every policy is non-forfeltable. Policies may be taken which pay to the Insured their full amount, and return all tlio J Sremiums, so that tue insurance costs oujy le interest on the annual payments. B Policies may be taken that will pay to the c Insured, after a certain number of years, during life, an annual Income of one tenth e thd amount named In the policy. J Mo extra rate la charged for risks upon the 1 the lives of females. c It insures, not to pay dividends to policy- I holders, but at so low a cost that dividends t will bo impossible. t Circulars, Pamphlets and full particulars given on application to the Branch Office of * the Company, or to J JAY COOKK.A CO., Washington, D. C., l General Honthern Agents. & JOSEPH L. TOPUAM. ? 82 Monroe Btreet, 4, General Agent for West Virginia. ? GEO. ADABM, Local Afent, i Wheeling, W. Va., Ohio County. mart5-eoddAeoww. rfUlEKB IS NO INVK8TMENT WHICH ' L pa}8 a better Interest or br^ugs more g c COMFORT, ' I HEALTH, HAPPINESS, J U AND ^ Relief to the Household, ' C J' Til AN THE PURCtIASK OF A !j a Wheeler & Wilson 1 r BiH a pggsggggeQSOKIaWl i ?'* ' ' ' 11 IM i SEWING MACHINE! 1 t ^' < No Home is Complete Without It. j 0 1 WS WARRANT EVERY MACHINE ^ For three years and spare no pains nor expense to have them give ontlre satisfaction. We also rent machines by the month, 11 with the privilege of applying the rents to ^ the purchase. p WM.SOIItlKR&CU., p 35 Monro? St., between Main and Market a my20eoddAw a b 1869. 1869. , c SPRING STOCK. c ( JUST OPENED, 30 LARGE CASESj ?OF? NEW WALL PAPERS ? 5 BOKDEBS. ? Por Sale Wholesale and Retai ^ AT TBI 5 VERY LOWEST PRICES, By .IOMKHU UKAVIX, So. SO Monro* Ntree(> k OTT, HALL & CO, ( AGENTS FOB ft FA IKBANK'S * STANDARD SCALES, 4 DKlLUfl m ~ U A Ill> w A ? Ji , I 173-17 ?!???. WHttMWB. W.V?. C H. W. PHILLIPS, ? IRON & BRASS FOUNDER, " MAMVFACIUBKR Or p stationary an<l Marl no Engines & Boilers, F AbOT? Ute Water Works, c mayK-tf wheellnu, w. va. 8 BUfllna. BALTIMORE LOCI HOSPITAL fflSTABIilBHKD AS A KEFUUK FROM QUAOKEKY. THIS ONLY PLAOM WHKRR A. OUHh QJL& UK OBTAAXRD. DR. JOITNSON has discovered the most Certain, Speedy, and only Effectual ttemedy in the World far Weakness of tiie 3ac&or Limbs, strictures, Aflbcuona of the Sidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Dischaijee, iin potency, General Debility, Nervousices, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits. Con. fe?ion ef ideas, Palpitation of the HOI, timidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight, ox iiddinesa, Disease ox tne Head, Throat, Nose ,r bkln, Affections of the Diver, Long*, tomach or Bowels?those Terrible Disorders xising rrom Solitary Habits of Youth?secret > ud solitary practices more Xktal to their vio Ihih th&n the ?*?ng of Syrens to the Mariners if Ulysses, blighting most brilliant iepeu or anticipaUoo8| rendering marriage kc., impossible. XOUNtt MiuN epeciallv. who have become the victims of toUj*n[Vloe, that <**??dfuland destructive labit which annually sweeps to an untimely [rave thousands of Young Men of Uie most xcellent talent* and brilliant Intellect. wDu night otherwise have eairauml listening Senators with the thunder* of eloquence, or raked to ecstacy the living lyre, may call flth full confidence. MARRIAUK. Married Feroon*, or Young Men contem ?luting marriage, being aware of Physicial Yeafcness, Organic Debility, Deforxniuca, peeaily cured. Me wbo places himself under the careoi )r. J, may religiously conxlde in hie houoi a a gentleman, and confidently rely upon is "triii as a physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS, inmedlalely oared and full visor restored. Tbia distressing affection, which rendera Lfe miserable and marriage Impossible, is the enaity paid by the victims of improper Indigences. Young persons are too apt to onimit excesses from not being aware ox the readful consequences that may ensue. > ow t ho that understands the subject will pre?nd to deny that the power of procreation is iet sooner by those fulling into improper ablt* tn an by the prudent? Besides being eprived 01 the pleasure of healthy offspring, tie must serious and destructive symptoms r both body and mind arise. The system ecames deranged, the Phy&idal and Mental 'unctions Weakened, Doss of Procreative ?ower, Nervous irritability, Dyspepsia, Pal>1 tat ion of the Heart, indlgesuon, constiutlonal Debility, ana wasting of the Frame X>ugb, consumption, Decay and Death. DR. JOHJNSOitf, Member of the RoyaTCollegeof Burgeons iondon, Graduate oioneof the most einiLent Colleges in the United States, and the Teater part of whose life has been spent in tie hospitals of Dondon, Paris, PhilaueJphla nd elsewhere; has effected some of the most sionishing cores that were ever Itnowu, aan>' uuuuled with rinsing In the head and ars when asleep, great nervousness, being lamiro at tuilaen bounds. baahiumeMH. Willi retjuent biusnlng, attended sometimes with erangement of mind, were caitxt iiumelateiy. TAKK PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addroseesall those who have injured Liemseivt.il by Improper lutlulgeuco ami Miliary hitbitM, willed ruin both body and miial, mUlting them for either business, study .solely ?r marriage. These are some of the bad and melancholy ffeclH produced by early habits of youth, 'iz: Weakness of the Back and L.Iml>?, Pains u the Head, Dimness ol bight, Ixm 01 Muv ular Power, Palpitation ol the Heart, Dys?ephla, Aervotw irritability, Derangement 01 lie Digestive .Function*, Ueneral Debility lymptomaof Consumption, &c, MJUiTAi^ljV*?-The iwtrriu ellocu* on the ulnd are much 10 bed leaded. Iajhh ol Memtry, Confusion of Ideas, Depression or Spirits, Cvil Fore bod lugs, A veision to Society, tieiijihlrust, Love ol Solitude, Timidity, Ac., aie ome or the evil* produced. Thousands of persons of ali ages can now ndge what is the cause of their decliumg loaith, losing ihslr vigor, becoming weak, >ule, nervous and emaciated, having a siuular appearance about tlie eyes, toti^li. anil lymptoius of Loiwumption. XOU.SU MEN Who have injured themselves by a certain iractice, indulged in when alone, a habit lieinently learned from evil companions, or nt chool, the eHeels ol which are nightly felt, >ven when asleep, and, If not cured, renders uarriage impossible.Olid destroy8 botii mind tnd body, should apply immediately. What a pity tiiat a young man, tile hope of tis country, the pride of his parents, should te snatched from all prospects and en joyueuts of life by the consequence of deviaing from the path of nature, and indulging ii a certain secret habit, Such persons mubt, etbre contemplating MARRIAGE, etlect that a sound mind and body aro the liuhI necessary requisites to promote connubial happiuesH. 1 udeed, without tlieue lite uurney through life becomes a weary pil;rlmage; the prospect hourly darkens to t he rlew, the mind becomes shadowed with do* pair and filled with the melancholy reflec ion that the happiness of another become )lighted with our owu. DI8KAHEBOF IMPRUDENCE. When Uie misguided and imprudeut volt^ y of pleasure finds that he has imbibed the eedsof tills painful db**ase it too often hap*3us that an 111-thncd sense oI shaiue or [read of discovery deters him fiom applying o those, who from education and re*i>ecLa ility, can alone be/rieud him, delaying til/ ho constitutional symptoms 01 thus horii Lisea^e make their appearance, such as ulo ated sore throat, dlcnsed nose, nocturm.1 >aiUB in the head and limbs, dimness of bight leafness, nodes on the nhin-bones and arms, ilotches on the head, face and extremities, irogressing with frightful rapidity, till nt ast the palate of the mouth or the bonee if the nose fall la, and the victim of this ,wful disease becomes a horrid object ? ommiseraUon, till death puts a period toh readful bufferings, by sending him to "thai ;n discovered Country from whence no raveiler returns." ggw-llisaMKDANCHOL.Y FACT that thonemds fall victims to this terrible disease, cw tig to the unskilifulnesB of ignoiant preeuders, who, by the use of that DKaDLY 'OJiiON, MERCUHY, ruin the constitution md make the residue of llle miserable. 1) K . JOHNS TO N , )flice Ko.7 Sovitli Frederick Street. jbtt hand side going from Baltimore street.* aw doors from the corner. Fall not to cr erve the name and number. "Mo letters received unless post paid an ontaining a stamp to bo used on the reply, 'ersons writing should state ege, ami sen if >orllon of advertisement defacrfiiUig eyrop* oms. The Doctor's DIPLOMA hangs In his office. INDORHEMEN'T OF THE PRESS. The many thousands cured at this entabIshmeut within the last twenty years, a;al he numerous important surgical Operations erformed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the Bporters of Ths Sun and many other pa>>ers LOtlces of which have appeared agam and gain before lhe public, besides his standing s a gentleman of character aud re*j.cctaillty la a sulficient guarantee to the alllicted HKIN DIHKAHK8 BPEED1LY CIJKEJD, marltt?ly DO.AJI1 <Sc COKE. 81ioridan Coal Works, 'APEHART & McMEGHEN, IfHoe? ifnrttet Street, Emu ifde, below Union Street. FUlt HAI^K. ONJE GOOD BAJZK MOLE. ttprZi ?. C. HILDRETH & BEO.; OS Main street, WHEKLiJiO. W. VA nrr hulehalk jdeai^bs innail Ron tV Bar Iron. Ifalla.Hlieei.Inin. win. Ufolj Window CiUucL Printing Paper, WrapPaper, Plaster Parte, Laud Planter, Golent, Max viand Lame. Common Lime, Floor, hanghal Matches, Salt, Wooden Ware, Ac. agents for Howe's Improved Counter and Platform Health. Tha htghczt rtvarkei price paid/or Kag* fc **? Md, Utrnrn^, Ocr<tp Iron. Ste. flour, Coffee & Syrups. )AA BBL?. ATLANTIC MILLS KLOUK rfUl* bbls. Snow-Drop family flour. 2i " yum Bye flour. W bags Bio Coffee. 85 bbla ByrapH. AIho, a fall aaBortment of GROCERIES, I ways 1" Htore, which I offer to the trtule at )wohL wholesale prices. JtWEPH 8P121DKL. gep9B No. M Main street. BARGAINS! )NKIRON SAFE, MEDIUM tilZfe. 25 Pairs Windows,seoond hand,suitable ir dwellings or hot-beda. Doors, Mantels, c. For sale by feb27 LOGAN. LIST A C3Q. Cane Poles. aa CASK POLEW JCfeT KECKIVBIX UU Kur Hale low. may IS CHA8. H. BERRY. STELI.IOEM EK JOB OI1HE. No. 15 liQlucy street. iVK 1> 3 AJiD fll til. HKAPS. neatly printed ANL r ACTOSKKb' kABKlM. yeuaa .-is policies and bi.ankb RAY TICKETS AND ?rr.i? OK LAUl.Nii BOQHAMMffl AN1) FOOTERS. hLECKLH, NOTKB, KECELPXB. HOW BIIdLiJ tor Ooantiy McroUanU.