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VOL. XVLI * WHEELING, WEST VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1869 NO 271.
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Peabody Insurance Company,
AT WHEEUSO. W. VA.
CAPITAL glOO.OOO,
With tho privilege of increasing the same
to SoOO.UOO.
Dill KCTOIM.
William Haii.ev, Alonzo Torino,
1?K. WM.J. HATKH, A. M. ADAM3,:
ANDREW J.PANNELL, J AM KM K. BAKSKH,
Henry Btamm, Thomas Hugh km,
Jomei'II H. Woodward.
Tills Company having been fully organized,
is now prepared to take risks at lair
rHitv* on Huiluings of h11 kind*. Merchandise,
Manufacturing Kslablishmenls, Furniture,
steam Boats and Cargoes on the Western
Kivers and Lakes. This Company being
com}HiMd mostly of our leading business ;
men recommends itself to the favorable con- 1
sitleratlon of the lusurlng public, and solicits
their patronaue. Applications for insurance
will be nroinptly attended to at their 1
office over the People's Bank. Main street.
WILLIAM BAILEY, l'ren't.
ALONZU LOKINU, Vice Pres'L
W.l'.AKTHUK, Hec'y.
K. 9. IK WIN, Jr., Htate Agent.
apr??-d<iw_
Franklin Insurance Companj,
OK WHEELING.
inpltnl *150,000.
JHreclcrM.
ham'l McClbllix, Ukorok Mkndkl,
T. H. LOUAN, THOe. V. Bhallcuobb
ii. W. Fkanzhkim, J. N.Vanck,
J. H. Hours, Michael. Kkillky.
j^ouis l7. 6tifkl.
This company bow having been organized
five years, and In tbat time uone a koccossfui
business, 1h Htill prepare*! to take rinks a!
fair rates on Buildings of all kinds, MerchandlM?,
Manufacturing Establishments, Furniture,
Htea in Boats and cargoes on the Western
Rivers and Lakes. This company offers
superior Inducements to Farmers, whereby
they can Ikj insured on Dwellings, Fur- .
niture, Barns, and content* for 8 or 6 years at
reduced rates. This beinj* a State company
with the 1
LAKUESX t'ANIfl CAPITAL
paid in, and surplus of any company in the
State: and composed of some ninety*four
stockholders, moat of whom are among our
best business men, recommends itself to the
favorable consideration of the Insuring
public .and solicits their patronage. Applications
for insurance will be promptly attended
to at their otllce, No. 2V Monroe street, or ,
at their several agencies throughout the
Btate.
C. M. COKN, Hec'y.
B. C. 131CK, Ass't Hec'y.
rfAM'L McCLKLLAN. President.
UKO. MENDEL, Vice Weeideut.
feblfc-d&w
West Virginia Insurance Company.
CAPITAL 81 OS,000 00.
rpAKEH RIHKS AT THK l.OWWT Kates
J on Buildings of all kinds, Furniture. 1
Household Goods, Merchandise and goods In 1
transit. \
DIKIUTOKs. :
Jacob Horn brook, Jacob M. Kick el,
Henry HHrtman, Dr. J. C. Hupp, <
Jonathan Kowley, Edmund Rocking, ,
K. J.Hruyth, T. J. Campoell, ,
J. H. Bristor, 8. Prager, t
Wm. B. udbert, Thomas Boggoss,
D. I). T. Farnswoith, Wm. B. Crane,
David Billmyer, Joseph Shields
Wm. R. While, N.Ooff, Ji.,
I.H.Duval, D. H. K, l>ix,
Wm. E.Htevenson.
Ufflce over Religious Book House, south
side Monroe street. Wheeling W. Va. i
J ACOB HORN BROOK. PresL ?
JACOB M. HICKEL. Vice Prefl't.
J. M. McWHORTKR, Hec'y.
M. B. McUOLLOl H, Ass't Hec'y; <
marl
jETNA
Fire & Marine Insurance Company i
OF WHEELING.
CAPITAL, .... I OOtO DC# ]
directors:
James C. Acheeou, William B. Himpsoi*
Augustus Pollack, Thoe. J. CampbeU,
Jno. K. Botaford, Wm. C, Hanulau,
T. M. Dodson.
alHIH COMPANY HA VINO BEKN FDD- i
ly organized, la now prepared to tak# h
risks upon <
KSu I Id Inn of All klntln. W er?*l?a?ntl??? <
Mannrnctnrliijc KHtabllNhmenf*, I
Fnraitcir? and C'arfcofN of all I
kinds on the Western *
Water*. i
Applications for Insurance will be prompt
ly attended toby the Secretary. j
OtUce at the National Havings Bank, No. 6S ]
Main streeL 1
8. P. HILDRETH, Hec'y. t
JNO. it. MILLER, Ass't Hec'y. i
J A WLEH O. AOHEBON, Pres'U e
WM. U. SIMPSON, Vice Pres't. mrirt t
State iDsnrance Company;
OF PARKERSBURU, W. VA.
CAPITAL 8100,000. p
Paid in and secured by the deposit of Gov- u
eminent Bonds. t
DIRECTORS. \
Ukn. J. J. Jackson, President Second Na- ?
tlonal Bank. 1
J. M. Stephsnsoji, President Parkersburg .
National Bank.
Hknhv Loo an*. Director Parkersburg National
Bank.
Thompson Lkacii, Director Parkersburg t
National liauk. t,
Jno. V. Rath bone, Director First National
Bank. e
h. Prager, Director First National Bank. ^
M. P. amiss, Attorney at Law. 'j
(iEO. J. Hopkins. Merchant. H
Wm. M. Evans, Merchant. 1
M. C. C.cu itkc'h, ?re?iueni w. vh. ? iu.unportatiou
Co.
nkv. riiow. 11. Monroe, of the M. E.Church.
OKN. J.J. JACK90N, President.
M. P. AMIH8, Vice President. \
.K. S, BUKEMAiN', Secretary.
This Company being fully organized with ?
its capital paid up and Becured by Govern- ?
inent bonds, do propose to take risks on t
Hulldlngs of all k 1 nils, M erchan diso.M ami fac- I
luring Establishments, Furniture, and Car- c
Koes on the Western waters and l>akes, and
being composed of good and leading buhlnews
inen, would respectfully solicit the patronage
of the insuring public. Applications
fer insurance will bo promptly attended to, w
und policies Issued at the Agency oltli'e over
the People's Bank, Main street, W. Va.
N.C.AKT11 UK, Agent,
apr*28 Wheeling and Vicinity j
FIRE AND MARINE 1
INSURANCE COMPANY
OK WHEELING, *
J KVOHPOKATKD I K\?'i I.
MTAKES RISKS ATTilK LOWEST RATE 1
X ou Buildings of all kinds, Furniture anil 1
Merchandise, and on Goods In Transit. '
DIRECTORS:
A. Wltaow; W. 8. UOBHOBX,
KUB'T MoKuimit, John KKID,
TJIOfJ. PoLIXXJK, ALII. ROUKR3,
Wm. G. BAttki.lb, J. 1>. Un Bois,
Jacob Hok.nhkook.
Office up Stairs, In the "Insurance Building,"
next door to the Merchants' National '
Hank. 1
A. WILSON, President. 1
John c. Hkbviy. Secretary. Janioi >
Gunpowder! Gunpowder; i
Having thk exclusive aokSi^y
In this city for the "Ln Pont Powder j
Mills," I have always on hand in magazine ,
h largesupply of all kinds of powder luanu
Inclined at the above named nulls, vli: j
Klflti Powder In whole, hair and quarter mel.llc
kegs; Sporting In cauuisters; also '
Blasting aud Mining Powder In metal kegs;
Patent aud Water Proof Safety Fuse for
blasting. Kor sale at lowest market prices.
A liberal discount will be given to persons
ordering powder by the quantity.
t>ellvere<l free to steamboats and cars.
tnarS-ly M. KKI1.1.Y.
Just Received.
r/| HOXEH VIRGINIA BRIUHT TOt)\.)
bnoco. _ , lfll .
35 boxes R.& R. and Fancv Twist Tobaoco. I
44) " extra flue D. K. Va 10s A Navy
76 caddies Virginia Bright 10sA J^b.
1UU " Dark Sweet llh?f %h A Navy '
All kinds smoking and flne cut CllBWiHg
Tobacco, Cigars and tJnuff. Offered to tlie
trade at the lowest rate* ^ bujgLETON,
novfl No. St Main St.. Wheeling.
Roofing Pitch.
BARRELS, JUST RECEIVED AND
UU for sale low, by
juul CliAtii. H. BERRY
LHH. KXCKLtflUK HAND POINTt)U\J
ed Horaj tihoe Nails, aworted sixes.
f. C. HIltDRKTii A BBO?
l?*ll MM?1n Htr?o?
Monitor Navy Tobacco,
5CABK8 JUBT RECEIVED AND FOB
Bale by M. RK1LLY
IHTELLIOKNC'EK JOB office,
No. li-Clulucy street.
DRAY TICKETS ANDBILIJ3OF LADING
PROGRAMMES AND POSTERS.
CHECKS, NOTES, RECEIPTS.
SHOW BILLS for Country Merchants.
CAKD6 AND BILL HEADS neatly printed
MANUFACTURERS' LABELS.
ISHUKANCK POLICIES AND BLANKS.'
$Bffliral. j
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
AIVD
IlOOFLAND'tt 1
GERMAN TONIC. >
e
The great Remedies for all Diseases of the t
1AYRR, STOMAOa, OR DIUE8T1YE i
ORUAN8. t
Hoofland's German Bitters J
Is composed of the pare Juloes (or, as they C
are m ed 1 clnally~l?r~ termed Extract*) ?
of Roots, Herbs and I I Barks, malting a *
preparation, highly I I c o n c e n trated, fi
and entirely free * * from (ill alcoholic /
axlynixlure of any kind.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC, a
Is a combination of all the ingredient* of the
Bittern, with the purest quality of tianla ii
Vrtu. Rum, Orange, Ac., making one of tiie
moot pleasant and agreeable remedies ever ?
offered to the public. il
Those preferring Medicine free from Alcoholic
admixture, will use K
Hoofland's German Bitters.
Those who have no objection to the com- ^
blnatlon of the Bitters, a* stated, will use
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TON 10. j
They are both equally good, and contain
the same medicinal virtues, the choice be- T
tween the two being a mere matter of taste,
the Tonic being the most palatable.
The stomach, from a variety of canses, i.
such rh Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous De- &
blllty, etc., is very apt to have its functions 3,
deranged. The \ Liver, sympathize 4,
Ing an closely as/ lit does with the 5.
stomach then bo 1 f oomes affected, the ?.
result of which Is that the patient 7,
suffers from several or more of the following a.
LtlOVOSCJl
Constipation. Flatulence, Inward Plies
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity a
of iho Btoinach, Nausea, Heart- p
barn. Disgust for Food, Fulness
or Weight in the Btomacli, ti
Hour Eructations, Sinking
or Flattering at the Fit P
or the Stomach, Swimming of
the Head. Harried or Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Cl
Shotting or Suffocating Sensations when n
in a Lying Fosture, Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs before the Sight, t<
Dull Fain in the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, YelIowuess
of the Sklu and a
Eyes, Pain in the Bide,
Buck. Chest, Limbs, etc., Bud- 11
den Flushes of Heat, Burning 111 ei
tho Flesh. Constant Imaginings or
Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits. P
The sufferer from these diseases should ex- ie
erclse the greatest caution in the selection or ^
i remedy for hid y v case, purchasing *
3Uly that wlhcli he/ l Is assured from his tf
Investigations and 1 I Inquiries, possesses
true merit. Is skll Vx fuliycompounded,
is free irom Jfltturious ingredients, and has n
?itabll3hed p?elf a reputation for tlie
jure of these oxseases: in thia connection V
ve would submit those well-known re me- ?
lies?
Hoofland's Gorman Bitters, n
CI
and oi
HOOFLAN1FH GERHAN TONIC. ir
Thirty-five years since Ihey weie first in- D
Lroduced into this country from Germany, \
during which time they have undoubtedly (l
performed more cures, and benefitted suffer- k
[ng humanity to a greater extent, than any
other remedies known to the public. p
These remedies will effectually cure Liver ,
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Cl
Nervous Debility.-Chronic Diarrhoea, e<
Disease* of the Kid LJ 'neys, and all Dlseaarising
from a Ij Disordered Liver, "
Stomach or Intes-*? tines. iy
Resulting from any Causes whatever; PROS- t?
TKATWN OF THE BYSTEM, induced 11
by Bevere Latx?r, Hardships, Exposure,
Fevers, Ac.
Tliere is no medicine extant equal to these
emedles In such cases. A. tone and vigor is ai
mparted to the whole system; the appetite Is w
itrengthened, food is enjoyed, the stomach
l>ge*ts properly, the blood is purified, the it
complexion becomes sound and healthy,
.he yellow tinge is eradicated from the e\ es, a
jlooui is given to the cheeks and the weak tt
md nervous invalid becomes a strong and ..
lealthy belug. 11
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE, b(
\nd feeling the hand of time weighing til
leavlly upon them, with all Its attendant ~
lis, will find in the use of this BITTEKS, or ^
he TONIC, an elixir that will instill new pj
ite into their veins, restore in a measure the ,
energy and ardor of more youthful days, hi
rush! up their shrunken lorms, and give
lealtli and happiness to their remaining
ears. W
NOTICE.
it is a well established fact that fully one- A
lalf the iemale~y? portion of our
>opulallon are sel I dom in the enjoyaent
of good! jhealth, or, to use
heir own express? ?* ion, "never feel
rell." They are languid, devoid of all
nergy, extremely nervous, and have no ap?
etlte.
To this class of persons the BITTEKB, "I
lie TONIC, is especially recommended. ae
WEAK AND DEL.1CATK CHILDREN M
Are made stroug by tlie use of either oi
bese remedies. Tlioy will cure every cane
f UAKAHUU8, without fall. of
Thousands ol certillcateshave accumulate 8jj
d In Ihe bauds of the proprietor, but space
rill allow of tlie publication of but a few. ,
"how-. It will be observed, are men of nole, IO
iud of such Biaudiut; that they must be be- til
leved. _ tb
TKBTIJIONIAL8!
Hon. deoriie W. Woodward, oi
ChirJ Justice 0/ the Hupreme Court of Pa.,
ID
Philadelphia, March 16,18&7. th
I find Hoofiand's A German Blttere* is p]
k good tonic, use /\ fnl lu diseases of D1
he digestive or- /?\ rans, and of great J,
>enefit In cases of-*?^-debility, anil want B
if nervous action In the system.
Yours, truly, m
UEO. W. WOODWARD." tli
Hon. James Thompson. pi
Judge of the Supreme Court of J^etmxyLvcniia. al
1'hi la delphi a, April 28, 1866.
"I consider "Hoofiand's German Blttere" id
i valuaulk medicine In case of attacks of in
ndigestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this rji
torn my experience of it, ?
Yours, with respect, , 111
JAMES THOMPSON. 61
From Mr. Chas. W. Hnllar. ^
Frederick City, Md.. Sept. 11. 1868. ^
From a conviction of benefit arrived from
:iie use of Dr. Hoofiand's German Tonic, al- r
though lu general averse to Patent Medl- 01
:lnes, I cordially recommend the "Tonic" to qt
fill eullerlug with Dyspepsia, as no other w
medicine afforded me Bach prompt lind per- m
maiuuneut rehef." ^
U. W. HALLAK. 61
From Kev. Joseph II. Heonnrd, D. D. ePtislor
of the Tenth Baptist Church, Phila. .
l>r. Jackson?I3ear Sir. I have been fre- _
}uently requested to connect my name with ?
teoommendatlons of different kinds of n
medicines, but regarding the practice as out v
toy appropriate sphere, I have In all cases le
declined, but wltli^m ~T~a clear proof in va- t,
r 1 o u s instances. j\ and particularly in
uiy own family, at I ^41 the nse of Dr. J*
Hootiaud's Ger-J? * man Blttere, I de- jl
part for once from ipy usual coarse, express h
tny full conviction that, for general debility fc
9/Uie system, Qrul especially for Liver Com- r|
plaint, it is a safe and valuable preparation. In '
joine case.s It may Hail; but usually, 1 doubt 11
not. It will be very beneficial to those whv II
juiler from the above causes. a
Yours, very respectfully, n
J.H.KENUARD, "
Eighth, below CoaLes St
From Kev. E. D. Fendall. b
Assistant Editor of the Christian Chronicle, ,
JPhiladelphia, "
1 have derived decided benefit from the
use of Hootian'rf German Bitters, and feel It
uiy privilege to recommend them as a most "
valuable tonic, to all who are suffering from w
general ddbility, or from diseases arising {|
from derangement of the liver. ?i
Yours, truly, _
K. D. FENDALL. P
tl
CAUTION. n
Hoofiand's German Hemedles are counter (K
felted. See that the-f?^y signature of C. M. tl
JACKSON is on the I \ wrapper of each
bottle. All others I lare counterfeit.
principal Office,?*?' and Manufactory
at the German Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH
Street, Philadelphia.
CHARLES M. EVAN8. proprietor.
Formerly O. M. JACKSON A Co.
FBIUBS.
n oofland's 0 orinan iilttore. nor bottle f 1 00
ii " ** half dozen 5 00
Hooflftml'K (icrmnn Tonic, put op In quart
bottle*, II 50 per bottle or a half doien for G
Sroo not forget to examine well th. ar- 1
tlcle yon buy. In order to get the genuine, ifob
sal* bt au. c
DRUGGISTS AND STOREKEEPERS j,
EVERYWHERE. "
LOGAN, LIST & CO., ?
\v holoualo X> ruuBls t? j.
WHKKi.ma. ?
Wholesale Agenta ror West Virginia ,
nov27-tleo<IAwe?w
VIKUI.MA.
The nowa for some days previous had in
ome degree prepared U3 for the sweep
ng victory won by the conservative
lements In Virginia in the Htate eleo
ion Tuesday. Walker, the Conserveive
candidate for Governor, Is reported
0 be elected by a majority approaching
0,000. At the hour of writing this, wt
mow little of the composition of the
Congressional delegation and of t,bt
legislature, but under such a state ol
nets it is to be presumed most of the
Conservative Congressmen are chosen
ud a large majority of the same stripe
the Legislature, The Constitution
1 adopted and the iron clad provision
verwhelmingly rejected. The followng
were the competing State and Conressional
tickets :
Jiejtubliean. Conservative.
(jrjVKKNOK.
leury H. Wells. OJllliert C. Walker.
L1KUTKNANT (lOVKllKOIl.
. D. Harris. John F. l.ewlu.
ATTOBSIV GENKKAL.
hom&s K. Howden. Jiineat'. Taylor.
JJlll. COStiRKSS.
Klchard 8. Ayer, O. B. Watson.
James H. Plait, Jr.,
Charles II. I'orter, James W. Hunnlcutt.
W. H. II. atowell, Levi V. 'Iliayer.
Uabton U. Curtis, Koberl 1*. Oweu.
Joliu W.Jenslus, Hubert O. Conrad.
Clias. Whittlesey, l^ewls MeKenzle.
Oeorge ti. fmllli, James Iv. ulbsou.
Wells is the incumbent Governor,
nd is a ltadical Kepublican. Gilbert
. Walker professes to be a Conservave
Kepublican, but the Republican
art should undoubtedly be left off,
seing that he was a prominent Deuioratic
politician, and the Pr sklent of a
Democratic Club" in ISC 1. He claims
) be a supporter of Grant's policy aud
jme of his friends have had assnr
ace enough to telegraph the President
lelr congratulations on Mr. Walker's
lection and theRuocesBof his (Gram's)
olicy. It looks like the admintration
had quietly encouraged
talker's election; though at this disince
it is hard to tell.
Whatever professions are made by
le Republican supporters of Mr.
talker, his election is due mainly to
e Democrats. If the Republicans had
oininated a good man, (for emphatl?lly
in our judgment Wells was not
ne?he was essentially a rascal and
ltriguer, who was aiming at Ilia own
romotion to the Senate;) if tbey bad
iscarded the untenable Idea of still
eeping the groat body of the white
eople out of their way by the ironlad
oath, they ought to have succeedI.
But they were unable to get out
'om under thu policy which they had
een pursuing. Their attempt to abanon
It was too late to be available, and
ley went down with it.
llow the Democracy in Virginia feel
per their victory and what they will
d, remain to be seen. They make
arm professions of a purpose to give
ie reconstruction policy of theadmiUtration
a sincere support. If they do
lis, tbey may call themselves what
ley please. We may be sure there will
3 no exhibition of the cloven foot till
leir members ere fairly installed in
ingress, at least. Then we shall ex)ct
to see a definition of party lines;
it we do not apprehend any danger
erefrom to the peace ot the country
ben it does take placo.
Hew l'olitlcnl Move?Air. Iloutwel
I tie t'omtng nail.
TrleQram t) the Cincinnati Commercial.
Washington, July c.
A prominent national politician, who
;ured extensively, about a year ago,
i a Chase man, is here, working upon
r. Boutwell for the Presidency. In
l interview with your correspondent,
) related some facts about the success
the movement, so far. He says,
lortly after Mr. Boutwell became Sectary
of the Treasury, a plan was
ruled, and the machinery put in moan
to make him the next President of
e United States. The organization is
->w complete and in full working
der.
While Mr. Boutwell was attending
e Peace Jubilee in Boston, some of
e papers in Massachusetts spoke out
ainiy upon the subject. The most
-udent players In this great political
itne, such as Mr. Tullock, Appointent
Clerk in the Treasury Departent,
thought the publio demonstra3n
by tbe press in Massachusetts was
emature, and silence was commendale.
It was generally understood that Present
Grant has turned over the ad
Inlstratlon 01 me uovernuiem iu iiis
abinet, and that be takes little or no
iterest In what is going on. His inlluice
with bia Cabinet Ministers ia daily
rooming less, while their power over
[m ia daily becoming stronger. If
eneral Grant ia now a candidate for
i-eleotlon, be very soon will not- be
ie. IHrfJpfluence and bis mantle will
tiielly ?ma gently fall upon Mr. Boatell,
whose wise and statesmanlike adilniBtration
of the Treasury haB given
itlre aatiBfactlon to all the solid mooped
men of the country.
Mr. Tullock, the englneer-ity-chief in
ila extensive political enterpriae, ia a
fait organizer, and every appointlent
which be makes haa this end in
lew, from the messenger to the colictor.
Mr. Delano, Commissioner ot
jlernal Revenue, la bis Lieutenant
eneral, and moves with unerring
dgment to accomplish the result,
tr. Bout well baa taken time by the
>relock, and In this he is right, as it
mderB his success more certain. His
lends are confident, and well tbey
lay be, with his active, keen, watchful
nd untiring officials located eveiy few
liles square throughout the country,
rjth lull power tojcontrol the Presidenal
Nominating Convention, Nothing
ut some unlooked for overwhelming
isaatercan prevent his becoming the
ext President. Ills friends are inreasing
dally, and will soon be as
lick aa autumnal leaves. Mr. Uoutrell
and his friends are elated at the
idifference of General Grant, and of
le certainly of having his aid and
owerful co-operation, knowing as
ley do, that any rivalry iu the Adlinlstratlon
for the aucceasion will
srtainly make It a failure, ir not a toil
wreck.
11V XELEOUAPII.
THE SINKING 1'UND
'rCDHOrer Splutter [Appointed CtisIXllM.
Washington, July 7.
Secretary Boutwell to-day appointed
leneral F. E. Spinner, United States
'reasury. Custodian of the Sinking
'and, and of such bonds as may be
>ought Bubjeot to the future action of
Congress: with instructions that they
ausi be charged to the account of regatered
bonds, and a book opened which
>t all times must show a true condition
>f the bonda. He is also instructed to
ipen an Interest account with the Stnkng
Fund, and oredit it with all Interest
tueon bonds bought on account of the
Unking Fund, or subject to the future
iction of Congress, and purchase new
>onds with such Interest tojbe added
o the Sinking Fund.
BY TELEGRAPH. ?
EUROPE.
1
, EHtiLAND. tat
all
The Irlftb CtinrcKi Bill an modified by ed:
? tbo Peer*. pa
London, July 7. in
Tbe Daily News says the Irish Church y'
1 bill will leave the House of Lords with BD
; a very different character Irom which sei
> it entered, and much less acceptable P?|
i to thecountry. It la quite impossible an
> for the Commons to accept the amend- an
f menla made by the Peers, and it will uri
Mfi
> be their duty to restore tbe bill in its
' original form. The Lords have done uj,
1 their best to spoil the measure they tic
prudently abstained from rejecting
and the Commons must transform the M,
deformed. of'
FRANCE. fro
ha
Denial or lulentletl Evacuation or at
Borne. bjai
Paris, July 7. Re
The Patrie denies that Ministerial
changes are imminent. The La France tor
denies the story of the contemplated on
evacuation of Rome by the French. wh
Litter from ttie Great Eastern. |'01
Brkst, July 7.
Dispatches through the new cable is t
from the Great Eastern, report that up
to Tuesday noon she had run 1,524 {^'
knots, and paid out l,730knots of cable. aul
She reports a heavy gale on Monday ful
night but was weathered;Qnely, Signals lf J
8<>od. Ad
Virginia Election. iai
ern
THE STATE GOES CONNEUTATIVE. yj,'
? Kit!
Richmond, July 6. 1
The election passed off quietly. After ?tei
night-fall the streets resounded with "as
cheers for Walker and victory in the a? 1
State. A meeting of Walker men watt of'
held addressed by Btx colored men and "
several whites, including Mr. llnnnioutt.
Prominent Walker men here d'ti
i - i? <> - v... oa nnn t?-? nM.i I tllH
(' 1 n I III lUU Olttiw uy lunjuiuj, nuu , .
a decided majority in both branches of brli
the legislature. Prominent Weils men ak'
olaim they have a decided majority in 1
the State, but Rive no figures. Nearly
every telegram received liere by either l7,e(
sideshows large gains for Walker and
a aeriouB split in the colored vote,
which was claimed would be cast solid ,
for Weils. The heaviest defection of
colored men from the Wells ticket is in
the Routli aide counties, where the
Walker men ran several colored men 1
for the Legislature. In Charlotte, a mel
very strong colored county, four hun? Opt
dred voted for Walker. wei
Up to midnight, telegrams were re- 2 r.
reived which announced that Walker Kai
had carried the following counties: nor
Bedford, by 100 majority; Augusta, by r0,
300 majority; Albermarle, by 300 majority
; Culpepper, by 200 majority;
Washington, by 100 majority; Smith, .
by 100 majority; Louisa and all the y "
white coUntles west of the mountains.
Wells carried Petersburg by 1.200;
Gravesville by 300 and Cheaterlield, na|
Nottoway, Charlotte and Halifax. ^ c
The Congressional candidates sueceasful
aa far as heard from are Porter, s,'
a Wells man, in this district; Hooker, n'
a Walker man, in the Pittsylvania dis- j,-aj
trict; Norton, colored, in the York j!(11
district, and McKinzie, in the Alezandria
district. tbe
In very few counties have the blacks joll
polled their registered vote, while the >?|jC
whites everywhere have polled nearly i |
their entire Btrength. In this legiHia- ara
tive district the Walker men claim rpte
2,000 majority, which gives them 11
members of the Legislature. It 1h estimated
by old politicians here, thatUov.
Wells defeat la the raoBt decided that r
has occurred since the Presidential
campaign of 18543. The Constitutional
vote on the objectional clauses expur- C
gated, is adopted by an overwhelming an I
majority. About thirty couuties have thai
been heard from which give Walker in t
nearly 12,000 majority. par
Richmond, July 7. Parl
1:30 a. m.. thirly-three counties heard wh|
from, give Walker about 15,000 inaja- 8ijH
rity- lion
PrcHttlout Grnnt runvmlulated- mai
Wlilher*0 ni?Jorily 40,000. just
Washinuton, July 7.
The following dispatch was sent this
morning by the chairman of the Walker
State Kxecutive Committee: M
Richmond, July 7. and
To President Oranl:
Mk. President.?On behalf of the Ti
State Kxecutive Committee of the
Walker party, I congratulate you upon
the triumph of your policy in Virginia.
The gratitude of the people for yonr
liberality is greatly enlivened by the
overwhelming majority by which that
policy prevails. _
(Signed) R. T. Daniel, tue
Chairman.
Walker's majority iu the Stijte is es P?r
timated by the additional returns this posl
morning at 40,000. Both branches of tax
the legislature are undoubtedly car- one
ried by the Walker men. mis district the
eleota 11 of Ibe Walker men to the leglB- _
lature. The returns upBet the oalcula- _
tious of the WellB men based on the 1/011
vole by color. Some of the blackest met
counties having given large majorities <lan
for Walker. _
Later-Composition or l'ongre??lonal (0rB
Delegation aud Lcglsliilnro. DQl
Richmond July 7. cou
Up to one o'clock to-day, dispatches ?
received here shows that Walker car- ,
rles the State by 40,000 and the Lee islature
by 40 on joint ballot. The
following Walker candidates for Con- c'ar
Kress are certainly elected ; McKenzie
in the 7th district; Milne in the 6lh; ni^1
Gibson in the Stb; Rldgeway in the 6th; ?
Besar, Congressman at large. ceaE
>The following Wells Congrpggtnen n
are elected: IVutt In the '2(1 district;
Porter In the 3d; Norton (oolored) in ?8"1
the 1st. All the telegrams of this morn- ?'*y
ing give overwhelming gains for Wal- ,
ker, so large as to diveBt the result of
the interest of a doubt. The Walker 1 ut
men are assembled in the Btreeta In ?
great crowds cheering over the returns. fr0i
Fortress Monrob, July 7. _
The election In this vioinlty passed sail
off quietly. Returns from Elizabeth _
City and County give WellB 1,205 majority
and Warwick county about 120. a bc
Harris, the colored candidate for Lieu- day
tenant Governor on tbe Wells ticket, and
falls behind in the two counties some _
thirty votes. [ar,
Sir. Jefferson Davla. seiz
Montreal, July 7. f"ri
Letters received from Jefferson Davla, fne
now at Paris, render It doubtful if his 1?^,
health will ever permit his return. If *1*he
recovers sufficiently to travel he
the will spend snmmer In Canada and
winter in Mississippi. J'
All government stores at Chambly at |
and the detachment of Royal Canadian sprl
Rifles have been removed to Montreal, per
The whole of the military stores at St. G
Johns are to be sent to Halifax. and
Mr. Wilson, of Newcastle, at the ex- 1 31
penae of the Government, will visit the
the maratime provinces shortly, to in- act!
trodnce a system of artificial propaga- 1 !-?<
tion of salmon and other fish. No.
Oat
Toledo. hig
Jolt 7.?Floor?Steady; fl 50 for Ry<
superfine, $6 25 for XX. Wheat?Am- nal
ber lower with a downward tendency; A**'
No. l.and 2 red, firm; amber $1 40J4al!41; Nowhite
Michigan regular 91 41; No. 1 do. ^
fl 71; No. 1 red fl 39; No. 2 red ?1 SG; 'or
No. 3 red11 30. Corn? 2ag}j[c better; No. f?r
179c on the spot; 80c, buyer July, No. ob?
2 75He; Michigan 77c. Oats?Better; "
Michigan 68X? No. 1 68o. Rye?None 101
In the market. Barley?Dull. Bnl
ST. UllIS.
e Payment of luierent on llie state
Dantls?Cora from Mr. lunstall.
St. Louis, July 7.
!i. J, Tunstall, upon whose represenion
the New York Evening Po.it
eged, some.days since, it based an
Itorial stating that Missouri would
y the interest upon bor State bonds
gold, publishes a card in to-day's
mocrat, In which be says: "TheNew
irlt Evening JPost did not and with
y truth could not assert that I repreited
myself to them as in any official
ailion whatever. Their editorial waa
%ed upon the ofllcial correspondence
d such facts as could be gleaned by
y one from the Auditor's and Treas?r's
report to the last session of the
ite Legislature. The whole was
,-en to a New York llohemian, and
>se items elaborated into the uric
that appeared in the Vost. I know
no other correspondence. I believed
) interest would be paid in coin.
?selfand associates bought $560,000
Missouri bonds at prices ranging
m 92 to 95, all of which we have on
ud. We certainly should have sold
ninety-seven and nineiy-eight if we
d any other information. How any
publioam can insist upon the payint
of 5-20 bonds in coin when they
not so express it on their face, and
which purchasers paid forty cents
the dollar in depreciated paper,
lie be resists the payment of Slate
ids in coin paid lor by purchasers
Hold at 85 to90, and stipulating upon
ir face 'payable in gold and silver,'
l consistency that 1 cannot uudernd.
I believe the State Is legally
ind to pay the interest on her debt
coin, and tbe parties with whom 1
associated propose to force her to
til her solemn pledge.by mandamus
possible."
l Salt Lake dispatch of the Gth says;
vices from South Pass state that
>arty of Indiana appeared near Attic
City and Hamilton yesterday,
1 drove away forty horsea. A govment
train was attacked by ludiaus
Sunday while en route to Windliiver
Hoy. Troops were sent from the
lltond to their relief.
'be project of bringing an ocean
wior from New York to St. Louis
i been abandoned for the present,
the terms are not meeting the views
he merchants here.
iti Omaha dispatch of yesterday
s: Advices from lien. Carr's expeon
on the Kepublican river state
t the troops so far are unable to
g the Indians to a stand, although
rmishing a number of times,
he Catholic orphans' pic nic at the
Louis Fair Grounds, Monday, reall
JS.000.
OHIO.
leuiocrntlc State Convention at
Coluuibmi.
The Democratic State Convention
I to-day at 10 o'clock, A. m., at tbe
>ra House. The usual Committee's
e appointed and a recess taken till
M. The indications are that Judge
iney will be the nominee lor GoverircrnBN
Nominated for Governor.
Coi.UMUUS, O., July 7.
he Democratic Stute Conventon met
: p. m? and orgaui/.ed with Hon. P.
II Trump as President. Gen.NV. S.
itcrans was nomiuated for Governor
the second ballot. The other nomilons
are: Lieutenant Governor. D.
Godfrey, of Mercer; Supreme Judge,
J. Giluiore, of l'reble; Treasurer,
phen Rufner of Cleveland; AttorGeneral,
Col. J. \V. Connell, of
rlleld; JJoaril of Public Works,
ijainin Churchill, ol Hamilton. The
te Executive Committee, located at
Capital, are: Allen G. Tburmati,
n lieinbard, George W. Wseker. G.
impson Jacob and li. P. L. Iitiber.
<'or want ol room this morning, we
obliged to omit the resolutions,
ly will appear hereafter.?Ko.J
CUISA.
'rocliuuntluu by Mru. I>e Koilns,
Havana, July 7.
uptaiii General De Kodas has Issued
important proclamation. He stales
I the insurrection has been reduced
?x(ent and is now carried on by
ties of guerillas. He declares that
lies arrested lor robbery, arson or
rder, shall be tried by Court Martial,
le In other cases the Civil Tribunal
II continue to exeroise their funci,
and he declares that the accused
f rely upon receiving impartial
Ice.
River nod Weather.
Pittsburgh, July 7.
onougahela 8 feet and falling; elear
pleasant. Thermometer 74?.
Cincinnati, July 7.
bermometer 84*. Weather clear,
NEWS SUMMARY.
11Y TKLEURA PH,
-III the New Hampshire Senate,
sday, the Usury bill making nine
cent legal interest, was Indefinitely ,
:poned. A bill passed the House to <
all foreign Insurance Companies
per cent on their business done in
State. >
Tbe annual meeting of the Maine ]
m ~e nt... ?'
miuuuo Ul uuhcu vuuiluco, Viumiced
at Concord Tuesday. Attence
large. I
Gen. Cochrane declines the collechlp
of the 6lh District of New York, j
deeming the funds safe there on acot
of the boldness of the burglars.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylva- I
has declared the reglstery law for
ladelphia constitutional, and de-i
ed unconstitutional (he act of the
legislature, creating ihe twentyth
judicial diBtrlot.
Hon. Richard Fletcher, lately deled,
left a residuary legacy to the
'thmoutli College, hin rilma mater,
mated at $100,000, to be invested as
srmanent fund, and the interest
>e used at the discretion of the Trus.
He also left fo.OOO to the Baptist
>llcatlon Sooiety of Philadelphia.
N. P. Banks sails to-day forEurope
n New York.
The Harvard International crew
Saturday In the City of Paris.
Charles Gillespie while walking on
lom, at Stillwater, Minnesota, Tuesafternoon,
was struck by lightning
; killed.
The Massachusetts State conBtabuj
at Boston has commenced the
,ure of lager beer and liquors In
nest. Among the most important is
stock of X'faff Bros., corner Washton
and Franklin streets, valued at
00, mostly lager.
Chicago.
ot-v 8.?Flour?Fairly active: sales
i7a9 25 for winter extra; f5 25a6 50 for
Ing extras, and ?4 75 for spring su
fine.
rain?Wheat?Easier but unsettled
. irregular: sales of No. 1 at f 1 30a 1
, and No. 2at $1 27al 29; closing at
outside tignre. Corn?Tolerably
ve and the market exclied: prices 4a
! higher; saips ot No. 1 at 77c, and of
2 at 75>ia77Kc; closing at 76J^?76^c.
s?Shade more active and l?i?2Kc
her; closing at 66Ktt6ti?ic for No. 2.
j?Steady and quiet; closing nomiat
06 for No. 1; sales at f 1 05a_l 00.
ley?Dull and nominal at ft 45 for
2
attle?Firm and steady at f4 24a4 75
common to good cows; fO 25a6 60
fair to medium; |7a7 50 for good to
:oqs?Dull and weak at |8 00a8 25
common; 98 40a8 75 for fair to medl,
and $9a9 25 for good to choioe.
COMMERCIAL AND FMAKCIAL.
Wheeling Wholesale Market.
Wednesday Evening. )
July 7, 1809. J
Bdtteb?For good article 20c.
Candles?City mould, summer, tal?
low, 15c; star 22a25c, >
a Cotton Yarns?Standard.43a; Cotton
Batting 20a30c; Candle Wick 45a47Jfe>
Cotton Twine 45a47Jic.
Cabusn Oil.?28c per gallon and
charge for package.
Chebse?Goshen 19Xc; Factory 17Ka
18s.
Koos?15c.
Feathers?New 75o.
Flour?Fancy $7 75 for strlptly while
wheat; red wheat and family (6 25; superfine
fo 00t rye ffi 00.
Fiss?Market steady; we quote Mackeral
No. 2 half bbls. |10 50; No. 3 medium
?G 50; No. 3 large |7 00; Lake Herring
|3 75; White Fish f8 00; Labrador
Herring $11 00. ;
JJGrain?Wheat steady; red ?1 20al 25
choice white ?1 30. Corn 70a75o. Oats |
steady at 55*653. Kye f 1 OOal 10. Barley
nominal.
Groceries?Coffee, lair to prime Rio
24a2tie. New Orleans Sugar 14al5c;
Porto Kico 13J{al4J<c; Cuba 13al4c;
Crushed 17Kc; A Coffee 16J4c; B Coffee
10c; C Extra 15}fc; C Coffee 15c. Molasses?New
Orleans 80a83c; Baltimore
Syrup 75a85c; New York do S0ca$l 00;
Choice Drips ? 1 OOal 10.
Ginsewi?70o per lb.
Hay?J20a25 per ton.
Lard?In tierces 20o.
Lard Oil?Extra No. 1, |1 55.
Pkrvisions?Mess pork |33; shoulders
15o; clear rib sides 18s; clear sides
lb%c; sugar cured hams 20c; do, canvassed
2l}?c; family canvassed 20; dried
beef, canvassed, 22r.
Potatoes?Market dall at 50o.
Soap?Family G>?c; German So; Eistern
Family 10al3u.
Shot and Lrad ? liar lead 12c; uhot
f3 25 per bag.
Soda?Bl-carbonale G}?a7c; Soda In
papers 9c.
Starch?Fox's, 8a8Jtf3; Maizana, 12*
14c.
Salt?Hairy f3 30; Ohio River |2 30.
? * m ?
flAKKETM BY TELESUPU.
New Yobk, July 7.
Cotton?Rather weak; sales of 2,900
bales at 3i'Ao for middling uplands.
Floub?Closed rather more steady
with moderate Inquiry for low grades
of extra.
Grain?Wheat?A shade firmer at
J1 47al 48 lor No. 2 and J152alf>3 for
No. 1 spring. Kve?Firm at (1 28al 30.
Oats?Firm at 79i79}fo for western
alljat. Corn?Firm at 87a8'J>io for
sound mixed western via canal and
railroad.
Provisions?Pork?Quiet and nominally
unchanged; Beef?Quiet and
steady. Cut Meats?Dull and heavy.
Baon?Quiet and in buyers' favor.
Laud?Nomiual; sales at 19}4o for
prime steam.
Eaus?Steady at 21a22c.
dry uood3 market.
Firm for all descriptions of staple
cotton goods, and a good Inquiry Is
noticeable. There are no changes of
importance to note. However, the
Agawam F 4-4 brown sheetings have
advanced from 12i? to 13c; the Stark A
do. are a half cent higher and bring
1 6%e; Clark's do. are up to 17o and
Indian Orchard Coral Jeans to 14c.
MONET AND STOCKS.
Money?The money market, which
bad been active and very firm at 7 per
cent., with a commission of V* to i-i per
cent., became suddenly easy about 3
o'clock, and the depression gave way
to buoyancy. Tight money vanished
almost in an instant, and low prices
were quickly succeeded by higher ones
in gold, exchange, bonds andstock*. It
boon leaked out that advices bad been
received from Washington that Secretary
Boutwell would purchase another
large amount of bonds this week with
a view of easing the market. The
amount was variously stated at from
f;s,000,000 to 110,000,000. The Assistant I
Treasurer has no advices in regard to '
the matter, and the whole thing may
be a canard. It was stated on the street
this afternoon that several officers of
national banks had been summoned
before the grand jury in relation to the
sharp praotlce now current In Wall
street. Money was freely loaned at the
close at 7 per cent, currency.
Stkbi.inu?Firm at 109%all0, which
rates admit of shipments of specie at a
profit.
Gold?Opened at 13o}? and closed
firm at 135??'; carrying rates J-JsK per
eeut.
Government Stocks?Strong. Coupons
'81, 116J?all7; do '62, 121?al21K;
Jo '64, H7K?117J'?; do '65, 118>*all8J6;
Jo new, do '67, 116%all6>?; (
Jo '68, 116>4?116>i; do lO-sOs 107>4al07?i; I
Pacifios, 105%al06. '
Stocks?Western Union Telegraph
J7?i; Pacific Mail 89; New York Central
191J4; Hudson 160X; Reading
Erie 28; Michigan Central 128;
Michigan Southern 107; Illinois Central :
140; Pittsburg 102%; North Western 80;
Cleveland, Columbua A Cincinnati 73%;
Port Wayne 150%; Terre Haute 86; I
L'hloago and Alton 157; Ohio A M1b- ]
sisaipt .'iljfc'; St. Joseph 115.
Express Sharks.?Adams, t>0; Wells,
Fargo it Co., 26%; American, 40; United
Stales, 68; Mercnant's Union, 15.
Cluclutiatl.
July 7.?Flour?Firmer under an
l.v<na..iin<l marlrat onrl nrilar rl a m anil
uu|jiu*ou .
and prices advanced lUalSc; superfine
54 90a5 00; extra f5 10a5 50, and family
jo 75aC 00.
orain-Wheat-Is firmer;but not active; j
|1 iiSal 30 for No. 2 and No. 1 red winter.
Uorn?la in request at 72a73o for mixed
and 75a for white. Oata?Are firmer :
and in demand at 6Si70o for No. 2 and
No. 1, and not many to be bad at these
rateH. Kye?Is weak and eaBier; No. 1 '
at $112*1 13 and No. 2|108sll0. Barley?Dull
and nominal.
Provisions?Active. Mess Pork? <
|32 50. Bulk Meats?12Jic for shoulders;
rib sides 15K: clear rib 16al0>i; olear
Bides 16^al6X. Bacon?Firm but quiet ,
at 14c for shoulders; rib sides 17c; clear i
V7%c. Lard?19c and dull. i
Whisky-Sold at 91c and is firm at <
this rate.
Cotton?33c.
Money?Tight.
Exchange?Heavy at 1-lOi'A discount.
Commissioner's Notice, i
NOTICE Id HEREBY CJIVEN THAT I i
thill, oil i
Friday* the 30tb day of July, 1869,
at my oflice, oa Fourth street, Wheeling, .
W. v a.. In accordanoe with a decree of the i
circuit Court tor Ohio County, Weit Vli- I
uln:a, made and entered on the 9th day of I
June, lts#9, in a cause In cnancery pending i
in Bud Court, wherein Alexander Heyman ]
U complainant and Jefferson L. Hangston's J
administrator, et u'j are defendants?com- 1
monoe to receive proof?in order to ascer- I
Lain and report what debts (not embraced In i
a former report) there are dne from said i
SangRton's estate, and still unpaid; or any
other matters 1 may deem pertinent, or may 1
be rtijulred by any of the parties to this i
suit, or by any of the creditors of said estate. ]
All persons claiming to be creditors of Bald i
estate are hereby notified to appear before
me on or before the lit dat of bkptimhek, 1
ibtiy, and produce and prove the amount of i
their respective debts. If they have not al- i
ready done so, on pain of having their said <
supposed respective debts excluded from
payment by the said estate in case they fall
to prove them as aforesaid. !
On said 1st day or Skftxkbkb, 1868, 1
shall close Uie receipt of anon proofs of debt
as aforesaid.
HANNIBAL FORBES, .
Oom'r Ohio County Circuit Court.
Jul2-o?wlw I
#ttf.
For Sale or Rent,
Anew and desirable bkick
DWELLING, on John 6treet, between
! Filth and Sixth, containing seven rooms and
| an attic, with Gas throughout. Bath-Koom
and everything complete. Apply to
_ Jy7-lt JOS, A. BODLEY.
For Sale,
SECOND-H AND8TEAM ENGINES AND
BjILKRS of the lolloping dimensions,
vi*: One Steam Engine. 6>*Inch bore. Id
inches stroke; onepsteam Engine and Boiler,
Inches bore, II inches stroke; one Steam
Entlne, 12 inch cylinder, 4 feet sUoke; one
steam Engine, 14 inch cylinder, 4 feet stroke;
one titeam Engine, 16 inch cylinder. 4 feet
stroke; one Double-Fined Boiler, 42 inches
diameter, 24 feet lung; one Double-Flued
Boiler. 31 Inches diameter, 14 feet long; one
Vertical Buller (good as new). Also Hot and
Cold Water Pumps, new and second-hand,
all of which witl be sold cheap for cash.
Address HOBB8. TAYLOR A CO .
^y7-3.w Wheeling. West Va.
Commissioner's Sale.
By virtue of a decree of the
Circuit Court for Ohio County. W. Va.,
rendered on the 10th day of Juno, 1S69, in a
cause in chancery pending in said Court,
wherein John List is complainant and Annie
D. List and others are defendants, I
will, on
TKinr*<lay,tbe 12th day of August,1869,
at 10 o'clock a. m., proceed to sell, at public
auction, to the highest and best bidder, at
the front door of tne Court House of Ohio
County, W. Va., the following described real
estate, viz:
Lots Nos. one hundred and sixty-four (161)
and one hundred and sixty-flve (165) In orjoff
a. Zanc's addition to the city, on Zane's
Island. LotsNos. one hundred and ninetyeight
(185) and one hundred and ninetynine
(190; on the the east side of Elm street,
and the water lot lying east of said two lots
known as lot No. eight (s) on Zane's Island.
Lot No. one Hundred and three (103) on the
west side of Market Square, and the south
third Oa> of lot No. one hundred and four
(101) adjoining lot lot No. 103, and on which
are erected good tnree story houses. The
west 25 feet of lot No one hundred and
seventy-four (i74) on Zine street, In East ,
Wheeling with all the rights of alleys belonging
thereto. Fart of lot No. fourteen
(14) in f-quare fourteen (14) on Union htreet,
about 16 feel fio.t, as aescribed in ada>d
from B. F, Vennuin and wife dated August
20th, 1864.
tkhmi of Sale:?One-fourth of the purchase
money to he paid in cash, and the remainder
In three equal Instalment* at one,
two and three yearo, to be secured by notes
and deeds of trust satisfactory to the Commissioner,
and to bear interest from day of
sale until payment.
DANIEL C. LIST,
l*7-ts * ommlssloner.
New Two Story Brick Residence
For Sale.
I AM AUTHORIZED TO SELL, THAT
substantial brick residence situated on
me corner of Market street and Alley D,
? entre Wheeling. The house is new, contains
7 rooms, and has good cellar. The papering.
painting and graining now ;:ew, and
every thing about the place is in complete
order. THOS. O'BRIEN,
Real Estate Agent, Custom Hon?e.
_Jun2?
m A *_ i _
xrusiee s oaie.
By virtue of a deed of trust
made to me by Jacob Grossclos and Barbara.
his wife, on the 1st day of June. IStfi.
and of record In the Recorder's omce of Olilo
County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No.50,
page 360, 1 shall, on
Wednesday, tbe aiit day of <11117.1H69,
At 10 o'clock a.m. at the front door of the
Court House of chic County, West Virginia,
proceed to sell at public auction, to ttie nighest
and best bidder, tbe following deacritxnl
real estate, situated In tbe City of Wheel
lng, onlo County, W, Va., that 1* to *av
"Lot numbered seventy-nine (7?) In Ihe Old
Town of Wheeling, lu the First Ward of the
City of Wheeling, irontlng on Market street,
anu which Is the second lot south from the
corner of Adains street, on Market street, as
numbered and marked on LUe plat of said
city, together with ail the appurteuances
tnereuuto belonging, or In any wise appeitainlug."
Bald aeed of trust was given to becure to
Ferdinand Wlngerter (now deceaseo) the
punctual payment of the sum or seventeen
bundrtd dollars, which debt Ik evidenced by
a note bearing date J une 1st, 1866. payable
to Ferdinand Wlngerter or order by Jacob
Glossclos, one year after dale, with interest
from date payable semiannually. The interest
has been paid upon said note up to the
1st day or June, lttts, but no pari or the
principal lias been paid.
This sale Is made to pay the principal of
said note, to wit: the sum oi seventeen
hundred dollars (81700) with Interest thereon
from June 1st, 1863, till paid, and the costs of
this sale.
11tKMd OF BALK?One-third cash, and the
balance lu two equal instalments at six and
twelve months, tne purchaser giving notes
for the dererred instalments, with interest
from date, and title will be retained until
the notes are paid.
This being me first Incumbrance on said
property, the title the trustee will give is believed
to be uotx reptlonaole.
HANWBAL FORBEH,
Jqni5-dta Trustee,
For Sale.
Desirable property in the business
part of the city. Three pieces ef
ground wltn 21 feet front each, and 132 feet
deep, on Main street, -between Monroe and
onion. l. iKWir*.
luni-i
Saw and Grist Mill For Sale.
WE OFFER FOR BALE OUR BTEAM
Haw and Grist Mill, sltnate at Hardls,
Monroe county, unio. Tne above property
will be sold on easy terms or exchanged for
city property.
Jum-tf ne3bitta horn brook.
For Sale or Rent.
rjlWOBMALL DWELLING HoUHES
ON WHEELING ISLAND.
Enquire of JNO. P. G1LCHR1BT,
mar2G-tl 88 Main St., up stairs.
For Sale at a Bargain.
Second hand panel doorh, window
Sash, Glazed Venetian Window
anuttem, ail fca govxl as new for sale low by
lltai?i M. re1lly.
For Sale.
A FINE BKiCK. DWELLING HOUHK
with eight rooms, cellar, cistern, ?sc., in
good order?a desirable, situation, at the
west end oi Bridgeport Ohio, corner lot 70 by
100 feet, with a good well, large barn with
granaries, ?*o., and lot ornamented with
shrubbery, trult trees, grapes, ?sc. Will he
sold on e<M>y terms. Apply to
DR. H. CAPiiHAKa, Bridgeport, Ohio,
Or at Office of tineridan Coax Woras, Market
St., o^po. Uniouat., Wheeling, w. Va.
)an&U
V>oIn I [ila^muor a oaio,
I1Y VIKA'UJS OF A DhUKEB uF THE
JJ Circuit court f ?r Ohio county. Went
Virginia, rendered on the lOlh day or June.
186V, m a cause in chancery pending In said
L'ourt, wheibluJoau Baanar et alt Hre couipltiuauiij,
and Mary A. Htauim U defendtint,
1 ahnll, on
WetluewlHj, tlie2?ihday of July* W69,
At 10 o'clock, a. m., proceed to Hell, at public
aaciiOU, to the higheel and be?L bldaer, ui
the frontdoor of the Court House ol uhlo
Uounty, West Virginia, the iollowlug deMnibed
property, mat la to say: "All that
tot of land lying ou Denny street, Hprlgg
now, in tne town of Mouth wheeling, Ohio
county, W. Va., and designated on tne plat
oi Miid town as lot numbered flfujen (i5),"
with all the buildings and appurtenancefl
LhereunTo belonging.
Terms of c4ai.k?One-third cash, and the
balance in 12 and 16 months.purchaser giving
tx?nu witn gooa security, for the deferred Instalments,
with interest iroxn date. Or all
:aah, at purchaser's option.
HAAN1UAL FORBES,
Jun22-ta B peel a! commissioner.
Commissioner's Sale.
nY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THK
JO Circuit Court for Ohio County, West
Virginia, rendered on the 10th day of June
I8tt?, in a cause in chancery pending In s*id'
Jourt.wbereinCarollne Ziiomer 1* complainant,
and C. Ellas otifel, ttdurr, el (Us are deTend
an LB, i shall, on
Wedaeflday, the 28tli daj of July. IHSO,
At 10 q'clock a. m., procecd to sell, at public I
motion, to the highest and best bidder, at .
the front door of the Court House of Ohio
3ounty, West Virginia, the foliowiug deicrlbed
property, mat is to say: "A certaiu
piece or part of lot do. ten (10) iu Hquare
No. ten (10), situated on the east side ol Market
street, in the City of Wneejln^ and beginning
lor the nam?t at the s ?uth corner of
laid lot on Market street and running North
>n the line of said lot forty-four feet; thenco
iast to the alley, a parallel with tne south
Ine of said lot; thence forty-four feet to the
lonth line of said lot, and tuence to the
alace of beginning," with all the buildings
tnd appurtenance* thereunto belonging.
lEHits OF sale?one-third cash, and the
jalance In 12 and IK monttis. the puieaaser
ilvinx bond witn good security, for the deerred
instalments, with Interest from date.
)r all cash at purcnater a option. .
^ UANNIBAL FORIIEH, i
Jun22-Ls Hpeclal Commissioner.
15 Bales Jute Wool Twine
T VOX KBCKIVKT
and tor ads low for cash.
tprll CHAfl. H. B3BRX
gustot$s (Saras. i
2 ATTOBBTBYBV
HKATON A PARKINSON,
Attorneys at Law.
Market St., below McLnre Honae.
STANTON A ALLISON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
4tU at., east side, north of Monroe.
WM. P.HOBBARD,
... ? . Attorney at Law,
114 Market BU, below McLure House.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ai m. ii. foroky,
Boots, Htioen and Gaiters,
No. 19u Main HtreeL
McCLELLAN A KNOX,
Wholesale Dealers In BOOTS a SHOES,
No. 65 Main street.
BAWKINQ.
Bank of wheeling,
G. Lamb, Cashier, D. C. List; PresX
Main Street.
First nat'l bank of wheeling
(i. Adams, Cashier: G. K. Wheat, Pren't,
No. 28 Monroe street.
Merchants nat*l bank or Wert v*
B. Brady, Cashier; J- N. Vanoe, Prest.
n. e: oor. Monroe A Main sta,
National, bank of west va..
J. Wagner, Cashier; C. Oglebav, Pres't,
H. W. cor. Main A Monroe sta.
National havings bank,
8, P. Hlldreth, Cash.; Thos. H. List, Pres.
No. 65 Main sX.
Peoples* bank.
J. F. Opdegrafl, Cash.; J. Held, Prest..
No: 68 Main Bt;
BOOK SBIiIiEBS.
JOSEPH GRAVES,
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper.
No. 90 Monroe street.
CLOTHING.
t m. adams,
A . Clothing and Merchant Tailoring,
' 86 Water street.
fOHN H. STaLLMAN,
>< rr\r, I 1?.
M ncreunui imiui.
No. 25 Moil roe Ht.
Thob. hogh eb a co.,
Clothing Emi)orlnm,
85 cor. Monro? A Water sts.
CORDAGE.
Chas. h. berry,
Hemp A Manilla Cordage. Twin?. a?.,
ll! 418 Water 8t:
PHY GOODB.
Geo. r. taylokaco.,
Fancy Staple Dry Goods.
1(?8 Main Htreet.
Hknry roemkk.
Dry Goods A Notion*.
3tf Main at. Centre wheeling.
Jh. smith.
Domestic and Foreign Dry Hoods,
Yrl Main Street.
JOHN KOKMKK A CO.,
Dry Goods Emporium,
31 A 83 MhIu st.. Centre WheelingJH.
RHODEH,
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Peterson's Block Main street.
' DBU QQIST8.
Ebockinu,
UrnggLst and Prescription 1st,
No. 1 Odd Fellow*' Hail.
T(k4an, list a co..
j Wholesale Drumials,
Bridge Corner.
Til OH. J. FINNEY.
Pharmaceutist, cor. Main A Webster sts..
Centre Wheeling.
GBOCEBB.
DK. IRWIN A CO.,
Fancy Groceries.
75 Main street.
RJ. 8MYTI1,
Family Groceries,
Corner Market and Qulncy Ktreetn.
WHOIiESAJbE GEOCEB8,
Ch booth a co.,
Wholesale Grocers,
Corner Monroe A Water sta.
JOS. SPKIDEL,
Wholesale Grocer,
4M Main street.
List, morrison a co.,
Wholesale Grocers,
Corner Main and Qnlncy street,
PAXTON A UiLKBAY,
Wholesale Grocers,
64 Main Btreet.
HATS AWD CAPS. ~~
Harper a bro.,
Wholesale Hat* and Caps,
Main Htxee t
IirSTJBAWCB.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY,
C. M.Coen, Secretary,
Jffl Monroe street.
Aetna fire a marine insurance
Company, B. P. Hlldreth, Soc'y; JOHN
K. mli.IiEB, am't Hec'y, C3 Main Htreet.
Fire a marine insurance co.,
J. C. Hervey, Hecretaiy,
Office next door to M. N. Bank.
MUSIC.
Hamilton a habdino,
Pianos, Organs and Sheet Mnslc,
109, Market Htreet.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Brown A higginb,
Photographers A Dealers In Chromos,
1*7 Main Htreet.
Ac. partridge,
Photographic and Block Depot,
117 Main Street.
PRINTING.
Fhkw. i1auas8 A hall.
HU?ain Job Prime rn,
15 Qulncy street.
"R-RAT. ESTATE AGENTS.
I IRWIN,
. Real Kstate Agent.
II Monroe Street.
TH08. O'BRIKN.
Real JSHtate Agent,
Offloe. Custom Houne.
SEWING MACHINES.
WM. BUMNKKAUO..
Wheeler A wilison Sewing Msctilnee,
IS o. Monroe street.
W HOIiiSSAXiiS TOHAUUU.
WT. SINGLETON,
Wholesale Tobacco,
83 Main Htreet.
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
J A. LASH.
Watches, Jewelry A Silver Ware.
182 Main Btreet.
OX TOBY A DUFPIELD.
Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Goods,
103 Main street
Wm. h. HENNEOKN A CO.,
Jewelry, Watcnw, <*c.,
104 Main street.
HANDLAN, JORDAN & CO.,
PORK PACKERS,
and dka1.kk8 im
Floor, Oils, Cheese, Oraiu, &c.
PORK. HOUSE:?Cor. John and 4th *ts.
OFK1CK?17 MAIW Htrekt ^
Bacon.
1 R/\ TIEKCEB CHOICEBDUAK CURED
L-l(l Hame.
300 Package* Plain Canvassed liamw.
ICO) Packages Clear Slues and c lejr Kit).
200 Packages Breakfast Bacon.
50 Casks bhoulders.
For sale by
LlaT. MORRISON A CO.
Bedcords.
JOST RECEIVED AND FOB BALK AT
twlotol prloee, Fifty Dozen Hemp liednrda.
n?art> (7HAB. H. BKKBV.
Seines, Seines.
rAM PREPARED TO P CRNISH BEIN EH
suitable for am all streams, at short notice.
ohabTh. berry.
Nob. 18 and 19 Water St.

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