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.W H E E Ij I M G:
Monday Morning, Kov. 19,1860.
The synopsis of the speech of Bon E. D.
Baker, the newlj- elected U. S. Senator
from Oregon, which -we publish this morn
ing, is worthy at attentive perusal. Sena
tor Baker will mnke his mark in the Sen
ate when be gets there, or we are greatly
deceived in the man.
The revolutionary spirit in the South is
evidently subsiding, and in a very short
time we shall have nothing more of it.?
This was to be expected, for what single line
can any man point out in the massive vol
ume of Abraham Lincoln's speeches,
which justifies the charge of "sectional
ism," or what word or sentence w.bich in
dicate a desire to interfero with the con
stitntionaijrigbts of the South ? . Rend his
responses to Douglas's interrogatories; and
if that is not enough, read the record of
bis votes when in Congress, where his
conservatism placed him along side of the
most eminent Southern statesmen, and
made him conspicuous among the men of '
the North who went farthest to conciliate
? every reasonable Sontbern sentiment.
Jdooikg from the accounts we see in our
exchanges, of the financial condition of
Sonth Carolina, and other Sontbern States,
wo shonid think that tliey were in a very
bad condition to set up for themselves.
The New York Post says "the public debt
alone of the Southern States has beeu in
creasing for the last ten years at the rate
of $1,000,000 a month, and now amounts,
we are advised, to more than $120,000,
000, independent of her debt to merchants
and her local municipal debts, which the
northern people, know to their cost, is
very considerable." It maintains that
from the failure of the crops in the South,
from over-trading in negroes, anil from
general mismanagement, the South has
brought herself to the verge of brankrupt
cy. It believes that affairs need squaring
there as they did at the west in 1857, and
that however severe the crash may be, it
will be better for all thnt it should conic,
and that business shonid then be carried
on upon a better basis.
When Mi. Jefferson, after the exciting
contest of 1800, was about to assume the
Administration of the Government, and
when, as now, grave fears were entertained
for the perpetuity of the Union, he summed
up in his inaugural Address, as among the
essential principles of onr free institutions,
"the preservation of the General Govern
ment in its whole constitutional vigor ns
the sheet-anchor of our peace at home and !
aafetv abroad; a jealous care of tho right
of election by the people?a mild and safe
corrective of abuses which are lopped by
the sword of revolution whero peaceable !
remedies are unprovided; and absolute ac- j
quiescence in the decisions of the mnjori- i
ty?the vital principle of Republics, from i
which there is no appeal but to force, the
vital principle and immediate parent of
The official vote of New Jersey shows
the electiou of the following Presidential
Electors : Joseph C. Ilomblower, Repub- I
lican ; Charles E. Elmer. Republican ; Ed- j
ward W. Ivias, Republican; Isaac \Y.
Scuddir, Republican; Wm. Cook, Demo
crat; Joel Parker, Democrat, and Theo
dore Runyan, Democrat. This makes the
total number of Electoral Votes, as far as
hoard from, for Mr. Lincoln, 173. This
gives Lincoln twenty-one votes more than
is necessary to elect him. Should Califor
nia and Oregon give him their electoral
vote, of which there is just now a strong
probability, he will have one hundred and
eighty electoral votes, and twenty-eight
votes more than is necessary to elect.
Is view of the approaching meetings of
the electoral colleges, it is called to mind
that in Wisconsin, four years ago, a violent
snow storm kept the electors from getting
together until one day after that prescribed
by law, and thnt the returns were, in con
sequence, objected to when opened in
Congress. Electors should leave a mar
gin o?,a day or two for accidents, in mak
ing their arrangements for meeting in
their respective States.
Wk learn from the Ccrcdo Crescent, that
Wayne county has given a majority for
Bell. So far as heard from in the county,
Bell has 220, and all others 122. The
vote in Ceredo was as follows:
Bell and Everett !>4
Douglas and Johnson 23
- Breckinridge and Lane 17
Lincoln and Hamlin 10
In Guyandotte it was as follows :
Bell and Everett 93
Douglas and Johnson 23
Breckinridge and Lane 0
Lincoln and Hamlin 3
Tub white population of South Caroli
ng is stated at 260,000, slave at 370,000,
free black at 8,000, the proportions of
blacks to whites being about of three blacks
to two whites, and it is said that there is
sot corn and bacon enough in the State to
last'tbem during the winter. They are not
in a very good condition to conquer their
independence, bijt should they succeed, it
is problematical whether they would be
recognized as black or white Republicans.
At a meeting of the commissioned offi
cers of tho Ohio State Guard and Athens
Light Artillery, held at the Armory, it was
unanimously agreed to tender to Abra
ham Lincoln any assistance necessary to
insure his inauguration as President on
the fourth of March.
Two Uet?odi?t Churches in Iudinna,
lately deducted one-fourtli of their min
ister's salaries because tiiey bad been sick
Senator E. D. Baiter lu California?
He Makes a Great Republican speech.
? (OoiiCTpondonc* of the Xr Y. 1 imw.]
San Fbaxcisco, Oct 27, 1860.
Last night we bad the greatest political
demonstration of the season. It was the
occasion of the new - Oregon Senator, Col.
Baker's welcome. His friends rallied in
snch throngs iu and about the American
;Theatre, as never were packed into or,
spilled out of, any building in California,
to hear any man, before. Everybody was
there, and hosts of ladies besides. The
Colonel was equal to the emergency. He
had hard work to make his Popular Sov
eaeignty and his thorough-bred Republi
canism travel in harness together without
hitching, but he~4id it. He took back
nothing of the Popular Sovereignty of his
Oregon speeches, nor bated a hair of his
old irrepressible, up-to-the-handle Anti
Slavery. He rode along the lines drawn
np for the battle, assuring the timid, con
firming the courageous. He spoke two
hours and a quarter, and not a fellow
i budged an inch from his seat till he bad
ended. He takes down and puts out of
sight all others of our Pacific orators.?
He is merry by instinct, iu his most seri
ous arguments. How he sometimes car
ries away bis audience an incident will
show. He hud been saying that "even
where despotism is rife, ideas of personal
liberty are thriving. Even uuder the
shadow of the throne of Russia?on the
banks of the Seine, where the ashes of the
first Napoleon repose?where the British
Queen in majestic dignity presides over a
nation of freemen?everywhere abroad,
the great ideas of personal liberty spread,
increase, fructify. Here?ours is the ex
ception 1 in this home of the exile, in this
land of constitutional liberty, it is left for
ns to tench the world that Slnvery march
es in solemn procession 1 that under the
American stars Slavery has protection,
and the name of freedom must be faintly
breathed?the songs of Freedom be faint
ly sung! Garibaldi, Victor Emanuel, and
hosts of good men are praying, fighting,
dying on scaffolds, in dungeons, oftener
yet on battle fields, for Freedom. And
while this great procession mnrches nnder
the arches of Liberty, we alone shrink
back, trembling and afraid, whi n Freedom
is but mentioned." The audience cheered,
of course, but a gentleman on the plat
form, whom every one knew?an invalid?
apparently carried away with enthusiasm,
rushed to the footlights, with extended
arms, excessive vehemence, and hollow
voice, exclaimed: "It is true I it is true,
gentlemen! We are slaves compared with
the rest of the world. The Colonel is
ritrht!''?then, pnlc as a ghost, staggered
back to bis sent.
Possibly some may think that the Col
onel since his election may he a littleluke
w.arm in his Republicanism?cooled by the
fusion in Oregon with the Douglas party.
Let snch read the following, and judge for
themselves. He had beeu talking about
the Union; when pausing suddenly he said:
"But here somebody recovers his wits
and seems to address me: "Col. Baker
what say you of Seward's irrepressible'con
flict? Why this. If Mr. Seward had that
opinion, .1 think he had a right to express
it. And I apprehend it is your opinion,
too. [Laughter] You don't think Slavery
is going to last forever? God is too good
for that. A thousand years is ns one day
in His sight, and it may take some time for
it utterly to decay. I hope diseases won't
last forever; I don't think that death will,
Iverj-much doubt if Slavery will. Yon
Breckinridge men, if there is a little vein
of piety-in you, inherited from your moth
er, [Laughter] not practiced by you per
haps?even yon must hope that slavery
will some day be abolished. Mr. Clay?
nud he was uo abolitionist?used to felici
tate himself that, by the freed slaves of our
land, civilization would yet be carried to
the banks of the Niger. Rend Pope's
Messiah?1 don't know that Pope was an
abolitionist?though inspired poeta are apt
to be. [Applause.] Homer was, Shftk
speare was, the Rilile is. and Pope would
be in very good company if ho was. So
long as there is a slave and a master in the
world the slave's heart will throb for free
dom. Educate him and he will light for it.
Nerve liiin and he will die for it?and you
to save your soul, can't help saying: 'Ilu:
rali for the weaker party!' [Cheers] I
would shoulder my rifle to suppress insur
rection; and yet in my own impulses, in
the depth of-myown reflection, I feel that
if Mr. Seward, looking forward with "the
eye of a great statesman and philosopher,
said the conflict was irrepressible?God go
with him! I indorse the sentiment. [Tre
As the Colonel is famous for perora
tions, I think you will pardon me for re
porting entire, imperfectly of course, ns I
am not up to that sort of thing, bis con
cluding remarks. He had beeu saying that
* whatever was nominated in the bond he
wotold abide?no more. Then ho pro
"In the presence of God?I say it rever
ently?freedom is the rule and slavery but
the exception. It is a marked, guarded,
protected exception. There it stands. If
even public opinion must not be allowed
to visit its dusky cheek too rongbly, be it
so; but go no further than the terms of
the compact. We are a city set on a hill.
Our light cannot be hid. As for me, I
i dare not, I will not, be false to freedom.
! [Cheers.] Where the feet of my y-juth
? were planted, there, by freedom, my feel
j shall ever stand. I will walk beneath
i the banner. I will glory in her strength.
I havo watched her, in history, struck
down on an hundred chosen fields of bat
tle. I have seen her friends fly from her;
her foes gather around her. I hnvo seen
her bound to the stake ; I have seen them
give her ashes to the winds. But when
they turned to exult, I have seen lferagaiu
meet them face to face, resplendent in
complete steel, brandishing in her right
hand a shining sword, red with insuffera
ble light. [Vehement cheering.] I take
courage. The people gather around her.
The Genius of America will nt last lead
her sons to freedom. [Cheers.]
People of California, you meet soon, as
is your custom every four years, to con
duct n peaceful revolution. There is no
danger. Disunion is far away. The heart
of the people is right. It is a plain, hon
est, simple duty you have to perform.?
All the omens arc goad, and the best
of omens is a good cause. On the Pacific
coast wo have labored long?we have
been scoffed, beleagured and beset. One
year ago, a few days past, I, yonr cham
pion, in your fair State, was beaten in ft
fair contest. With my heait somewhat
bruised, my ambition crushed, one week
later I stood by tho body of my friend
Broderick, slaughtered in your cause, and
I said, "How long 1" [Sensation] The
tide id turned. The warrior, indeed, rests.
He knows no waking?nor word, nor
wish, nor prayor, can recall him from his
lone nbode. In S:in Francisco, I s(.cak to
hundreds, thousands wholoved him : and
iu another, and, were I not in sucli u pres
ence ns this, I would say on a higher are
na, when I shall try to speak for him, as I
will, [A rumble of applause, increasing nt
.last to repented cheer?,] 1 hope, and be
lieve, I shall be able to say that his ashes
repose among the people whom he loved
so well, aad who are not altogether forget
ful pf the oiiinner of his life, nor of the
manner.tvod Method of his departure.
Peoplo.qf Swi Francisco, you make me
wry happy jvnfc Very proud. Your kind
words greatly chejejr mi? as they have often
checred mc. I rejoice that a State; gener
to serve you. Believe mo that as I'Cfl n?
not as a party follower or party lender?jf
I can serve you, I shall Jjo extremely hap
py and extremely fortunate. Abd now,
thanking yod again and again, X bid you a
cordial, heartfelt, affectionate farewell."
The whole audience rising as the orator
took his seat, cheered him. It was half
after 10, and be had spoken two hours and
a quarter. Bat crowded as the house was,
and-suffocating in the galleries not a doz
en who succeeded in getting within sight
of him, retired before the close. There
were many ladies in the aisles of the
dress-circle who stood to the last, but
wonld not le;ive.
There were loud cries for Fremont. Mr'
Sullivan, the chairman, coming forward
said that Col. Fremont did not seem to be
present on the platform. "Well, hunt him
up then," cried a voice, which provoked
merriment. But as he could not be found
tho erowd fell to cheering for Lincoln!
Hamlin Baker, and the cause. Uncle
AbesChoir came forward, the lo" was
brought in and the song of the maul and
tue wedge?the anvil chorus?was well
rendered. Then with more cheers, the
meeting wns dismissed, and the great muss
of men and womeu thronged into the
Tue excess of postal expenses over pos
tal revenues in South Carolina is S2U,
531 09 annually In Georgia, $189,515
30: Florida, $145,252 35, Alabama,
8264,525 67. The North won't pay these
little bills alter the Slates named go out
of the Union.
'?Do you want to employ u carpenter ?"
said a Yankee mechanic to a planter
whom be met on a Mississippi steamboat.
No, was the reply , "I bought a couple
ot carpenters the other day."
Th* first feeling of a woman for a man
shejoves is a desire to receive his kisses.
. An? " I9i if I,e loves her> an<1 isn't
sheepish, the first feeling to be gratified.?
Common- Sk.nsr rules the masses of the
people, whatever the misnamed and mis
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as may lie seen by the immense quantities
ot this medicine which are annually sold
m every section of the land. It is now
recognized as greatly superior to all other
remedi yet devised for the diseases of the
digestive organs, such ns diarrhoea, dysen
tery, dyspepsia, and for the various fevers
that arise from derangement of those por
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Atlantic to the Pacific. Try the article
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"ll drllSgists in the world.
I)ZS, Sec advertisement in another col- i
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Mother* not as yet bereft
Know that worms more infant* kill
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MIXTURE performs, in every instance, what was
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night, ail tho varieties or a ser-ro cold or a harass
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A decrek kkndekTd'tx the
parcel of lot number -t?. ,V~~AP?rt *?r
on Main street, in th* citv of Whi?fi i 5 W?l?
mediately .south of n fmmJ ? i!f situate*! ira
hundred an^hirty-twoTl'^) A?'"
tho south lin? ?r A"**('?)and running thence with
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wmtoS&Sfl'i* olS'i'oon months
giving bomls with mod nri t?#!f pn,rcl"'ee,r
Wh nA"\ R THIS DAY ASSOCJIATvn WT<ptr
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General Commission busiuc&s i nde^'h^T U?? anrt
stylo of Paxton, Woean,>
street? ?CCnp,Pd ?<? *S
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a medicine prepared by a regular physician of end
nence in liis profession, and ono who has devoted his
life to the peculiar phases of Intantilo diseases. It is.
no humbug, but a medicine, which commands itself
to those only who can appreciate It.?Apalachicolay
%2&~See advertisement. mh24 dJfcw
DR. MARCHISI'8 uterine ca
T1IOL1CON.?Call for a pamphlet.
R. BOOKING, Ag^t,
novl Odd Fellows' UaU Drugstore.
Portable Hay Prfiisfis
S s?ss5SSa psk
~~~ SMITH * OORRKLT .
? (L" ?'-- SMITH A-nonilKI.I.
well toraU^J aia,^ ??f,<,,C2b Mm -I"
C^^Leh^b'^"?118?A ""I'erior article,
7~~r SMITH A OORRKLL.
1861. Diaries. 1861.
J. c. ore, & co.,
Have just receivA0??1,".','1
mint of DrARlKs ? Ksf nwort
city, which they offer" the n,,M?r l,.ro"'<ht to ?>'"?
pr.c?. I Jberal dtoconnt to tftetrn Ju '??
DovlO JAS- c. PUR A CO.,
1. Vr Tri"i'y Col
o,"vo:bo":C.kt u!!!F^,UCd in 15 Tob? crown
Riverside Pre**! TwoVill.E!!1*1^ nnd lirlnt**l at tlio
XI. Hud Xri.%,?T?? ?? no- ready, vol"
"eufy m., tho I ucoup iotelilst nr!! <!'' rVi" ,le,K" ?r
nnd or Orc.it Britain. atiil I . ef Tlir..
Queen Kllzal.oth; Hie Inttor H,? i"'""" Ma,uory of
Bacox. Additional 1."""' *' or
c.p'l'? kk Voluhe?Cloth S ?,?P<Sr McU n'"?tli.
l?tron?ge wldc"tfieJr?^Mon Tithp'e^">thekinJ
though tliey no?or doiibted thn^iiJ"^01 an<i
their ohjact, they wcro sornVu ""eras* of
turns made to tlioni hv tlwir n , 'he largo re
thc country, nnd that't o it h?I n" Part" ?f
euterpriso, resulting iu u ?.r-v ?"<*et of tho
minifying and ea(l4("oryf ""wlptlons very
Taking ti ?P,X,#:,S ar IIIE 1'nzas.
r|i - ? ?(???., ?f llle ,o
"EJ-f ?*n?Sg. vh i'e u fe" "
nient form Tor ret'oreiirM . a ni?** con re
Pogrjphical exocucion S a m^VS'r'""""? 11"- ?i
cunicy, and tho whob) oni.i.^ neatnaas amlac
*r?P *V allractive. r.New VorkVrn', voI,uoe ia
Ho (51 r. Speddinrt im. t.L ork TribUiie.
accuracy In the jo-f, ? . "n caro in securing
with valuable notes fiJ'w'r^'r1
and skill, in, vindioniil I'Si'3 doim with taste
writing the history a/ahit ti.? -P'lc""'" motive. i?
Mackintosh, l,is cxnciitono<S '."'v' of Sir James
?c writing, and tho arc,,mi,?/ ,""co1" " id?" of iiistor
tlila work a higher n^cS t?,?,w,1 ,10 cl:,|uis (or
allowed among KncShiiv i! ' llns K?nerally been
terest to all *' 1 *">,<* loep in!
deuce Journul. L '-J. Is. Angoll, |n proTj.
Otutwl in preface i.v! "^""'"'"nd isadminiblvex
If eouHdiSd u c'o,^L,VT ^!',\ ""d ?l'l'e?'iie?.
??t works cv.T pnhli.hml ill uf ,lle 'in
North American. [I'hlladelphia
scription^nod'tt^ents Irl'v.'bo^' t,3tcl.,wi?'y liyaub
every City ??d ^ "e?ly
howaver, an agent is n't " .,?"""lr-v- When.
>n*y we sent direct to tl,i ?mi?rfiuI'captions
thus snhscribliiK c.ui roceiv" il ?tr<" PCI*"ns
month, as issue.!; by "'e,r v"l?'u? oacli
"t'ronc papers"" '^^'roiMod'T^'iryuf/hr
to^addrS1on appH?t"S^,n,c" P?S? will be sent
brown c^Fa o gard
as <t aa corii;,ni,'Boitoli
? ?"ARL':s mahsiull
itcvlO ublisher's Kxcliisivc Agent,
mo aiAiar street,
? OPEN THIS MORNIXO, a J.AROE STOCK
Kew, Cheap a?,i F-?sulo..nble
Dress Goods & Cloaks!
POPLIN De LAINES,
FOULARD De LAINES,
A'ELOCII Dk OTTOMAN'S
(1-V NEW COLOR IIAVANNE.)
50 PS. NEW DRESS SILKS
At 31K, r.O, 5T5o> 1>'00
EVESING DRESS GOODS!
LATEST PARIS STYLE
nnd RENFREW B'ASQUEKEENS.
IN GltEAT VARIETY,
PRINTS, (FAST COLORS,) GJic
LADIES' HOSE, : ?>^c
ALSO, A LARGE STOCK OF
In Xiots and Out I>ots in Bellaire!
IK PCRSUAXCE OF AX ORDER FROM MR
Court of Common 1'leus for Delmout county, f
will sell at public auction, on
Tuesday, tho a0th day of November,
a largo amount of valuable property, improved and
unitnprovrd, in Jtellairo City, for the purpose of
procetnliug equitably to tho deed of trust nnd the
ruling of the Court, for the claims Hgaiiiat tho prop
erty lately called the "Harris Farm," and tho pro
ceeds of .'sale. Tho property offered will bo bold
Tebms of Sale.?Ono-flfth in hand (or in 60 days
with approved porsonal security) and the ronmiuder
with interest in four equal half yearly payments.
Title indisputable, and warrantee deeds executed
on completion of payments in full.
JOHN WELSIK, Trustee.
Bellaire, Ohio, Octobcr 20,1800. novlft
Boots & Shoes at Auction!
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, with
out regard to price, at my Auction K?>oras,
commencing ??n Friday, the 16th instant, at 2 ofclock
P. M.. and continuing every day and evening during
the week,?a large and general assortment of Hoots
and Shoes, direct from tho .East, comprising all tho
latest styles and qualities. Salo positive.
Terms.?Sums of $20 or under. ca?>h, and all sums
o*or $20. a credit of l>0 days, the purchaser giving
negot'uble note with approved security.
uovl5 GEO. E. WICKHAM, Anc'r.
GAFF'S EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
100 barrels just received per steamer Marmora,
and forsalo by [oet20] M. RE1LLY.
I WILL OPEN THIS MORNING MY LAST
Stock of New Cloaks, for this season, which will
tnake my assortment unequalled in the city. I have
also received more of those all wool Cloaking Cloths,
at $1,75, the greatest bargain ever sold iu Cloth.
oct31 ,T. S. RHODES.
Black ground bierrijiacks
2 cases very handsome, just received; also 200
pieces Madder Prints, at let?s prices thmi ever heard
toilet _ [novl2] J. S. RHODES.
PARTRI DC E'S
For all Kinds of Likenesses.
No. 118J4 Mixlii St., Knsl Side,
A FEW DOORS ABOVE .MONKuK ST.
WA'n,t 0f tiik uist pictures. AND
nil who wish to sm them, are invited to call at
tne nbovo place where parties are daily supplied
with truthful pictured after futile attemi.lH else
where. PABTRJDGK is daily executing fur lib liu
Photographs, Aiuhrotypes, &c.
Qnlt? as low ? at a,,y other
Jubt received, a largo lot of FRAMES, which are
offered at low prices, at PARTKIDGE*S GALLERY,
over Geo. K. Taylor's store. an pi 8
j SAWTELLS & SHANNON,
AGENTS FOR T1I?
'Eccentric' Sewing Machine,
A LOCK STITCII, SHUTTLE "ECCENTRIC*
Movement, the priuciple or which is entirely
I ?? ?PPll"l toSewing Machinoe. Ju Simplicity
I In Construction?its Substantial Manufacture- its
! Noiseless Movement?tlio nccurnteness Willi which it
does the work, anil the grout range of work it takes,
(doing equally well the very ti nest as well as hewviesti
combine to niako this the VKRY best MAOHIXP
for Famlll^ Shoe Makers, A"est Makers and Tailor*,
J3?~N. B.?This Machine took the tlin! premium
at the Into Fair on the Island. scp:iO-;:nid.l w
Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen!
Wo. 33 Main St., Centre Wheeling.
HASTUIS DAY RECEIVED the VKRY LATF^T
styles or lllack Cloth Cloaks. Shawls or every
ucscrlpiion: also, Woolen Hoods, Nnbais, Scarrs; also I
S I'8.' of fnllrclynew styles of Merricac Prints, oil I
which ivlll bo sold at greatly reduced prices fiir cash! '
All persons nre respectfully Invited to tall soon and '
see for yourselves. Also, the Centra Wheeling friend. ?
? are hero reminded that John Itoemer still continues I
in t.entre \\ heeling, nnd has a largcrstocU than ever
I heron, and.cheaper than they are sold up town, an t ?
j also includes you in the invitation at Xo. 3U Main <<t
; C?*ntro \\ heeling.
Packages delivered free of charge to all parts of the i
! [nov3j JOHN ROEMER. |
5,000 of tlie Finest Fruit Treesj
EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN TIIIS PI.ACE. ]
ALL KINDS OF
FRUIT & CHOICEST VARIETIES.
JUST RECEIVED FROM THK NURSERY,
And Tor sale at lowest prices.
JOHNSON A FROST.
nov- 21 Main St.
"Specie Payment,Suspended 1"
rpUESK WORDS CREATE A O UK AT PANIC
X whilst the oil repeated expression, ''Thousands
are rushing to untimely graves!!" is scarcely ever
lM^.V i'r0".e. "hr,,}" ,r,,c- Ml?. Gardiner'. indian
Balsam or Liverwort aud lloarliotind would save
many a victim orCoiwamptfon if resorted to In time !
It cures unfailingly, and is sold bv
c. cTc. C.
Coughs! Colds! Consumption! Cured!
J!^!'e;i?,.ely',M"r ?,r?- M- N- Gardiner's Indian
liaison of Liverwort, tlie w?t and most effectually
lemedial agents ever offered in all Pulmonary coni-I
plaints. For sale by ItKEDA- KlCAKT. |
THE WORLD'S OPIMOS
,lut; il?d. proper course in Its endorse-!
iner.t of the wonderful virtue* oi' the celebrated !
Hampton's Vegetable Tincture!
There are hundreds who will testify they were
turetl after all other remedies had failed. Scrofula. |
Bronchitis. Pain in the Breast. Side and Rack. !
era! W eakness. with all Diseases of Women and
fl v . m c,lre<1,u.v ?*? Talk to our own citizens;
Uk\ y ill tell yon of cures on themselves ami friends I
b> llu* irrent ltcstorativo and Illvigorator.
4 KKA"'' "heeling i
A M1,f?K??hnS AT lf- CAUTWRIUHT'S
irnded to OVe' * **? ^a'n street, promptly at- J
Ambrotypes, Photographs, Ac.
GO TO WYKK3* GALLERY AXIk SHE TIIK
crowds that daily resort there to obtain his wcil
Known superior pictures, which he is now selling at
greatly reduced prices, tor a short time. 5
Being fully determined that no gallery in thecitv j
shall under sell him. and at the same time i* preiwred '
to take better pic tures tlian can be obtained else
where, or charge nothing for them. j
The ptibllcu ill remember that five premiums were I
awarded to Wykes. lor best pictures of the various
n.f u ,4t tho late Fair on the Irilaud.
Those wishing pictures should call as earlv in the
day as possible, or make previous arraucenients, to
prevent long delay. J. \v. WVKES.
fcblO Xo. 139 Mainst, "Top of tlio Hill."
LAIRD'S BLOOM OF" TOUTH.orl.I
?UII> PEARL. E. U'JCKIXO, Agiu?
._"or14 Odd Fellows' Hall Drug Store.
pOCOAISE, KALLISTOX, FLANEMEL, ror
^ b-v E. BOOKING, Agent.
I,(n Oild Fellows' Hall Drug Store.
M?S. ALLEN'S HAIR REiTORER
and ZYLOBALSAJIL'.M, Tor sale bv1 ?
? ,, E. HOCKING, Agent.
J?0"4 Odd Feiloas' Hull rwug Store.
D1*;- ^HOBERTSOS'S biolxii lo
l lO.N?I nrivalled forScdrrey, Sore and Bleed
?ngUunis. E BOCKIXO, Agent.
Iln.^ _ ' Oil'! Fellows' llall Drug Sti.iT.
CA.IIPHOIt ICE, OLYCER1XE OIXTMEXT.
for chapped hands.
^. B^'UN'O, Agent, Odd Fellows' Hall Drug
S Tll?CHES, PULMONIC WA
J 1-ERS, for salo by E. ROCKING, Agent.
noyl4 0.1d Fellowft' ilull Drug Store.
PUKE I? A LIU SOAP, lloney Swap, Glycerine
Soap, for sale by E. BOCKrXf;. Agent.
nov14 Od'I Fellow ' Hf.il I?rng Store.
PEIiuy][AN SYItUP, Marchisi's Uterine
Catholicon. K. ROCKING, Agent,
- >>ov1^ Odd Veliow.-i* Hall Drug Store.
T 1^l?5 RENNET-UQiriD RENNET
^ore U' Ac"nt? Odd Fellows' llall Drug
* novU "
Plain Black Delaines,
ALL -WOOL AXD FINE, just received.
_noAl' ^UKO. It. TAYLOR.
DELTajtA"ES, iujiew and hand
li Kom? at.v'es?price only i!t its per yard received
this morning hy Express. ricciveu
. "OYlI GEO. R. TAYLOR.
THE PREMIUM BAKIKG POWDER
A new article, of approved vaipf
for tho Culinary Department, put up in tin cans
anu warranted. In every |>articuUr. to meet the ex
retail1 at'3 ?f ,IoustkeePt'?- ?For sale, wholesale aud
0^i25 ? v, ?? W" KEKSSIXO'S,
??-'i? 88 Market at. Wheeling. Va.
K - S3IIT11 ItESPKCTFTLLY GIVES
^wonhls0 mt ^ coll,!neete<l brewing for tho
i ?n band from la?t season a Krvr.li rh?v.
?eri!"*^Kfald B,,,cr Tnri"ie? are largo'y ?r<
poraons. y K"cult-V for debilitated and felbl*
Grains and Yonft as usual. septl2-3,i
JJ Su"A?S.--50 bblg.8tnndiud and Soit Crushtnl
nov8 Orannlated, just received and for sale
" _ by M. ltKILLY.
j T^ROM THIS DAY TO THE 1st OF DECEMBER,
Moot-7 * JOS' KBAVES,
Clotlis, Cassimeres and Vestines!
ttce'^in* the'lsteii mnk' np at short no
Vfi', ? t??n,?T l,y1^ n> greatly reduced prices.
Iftrge stock of GENTLEMEN'S FiritviQii
wl?l V'l?^%facU"VW'^Wrts-^werM Unnd
"lo.r* Suspenders, Coll'a? Cm!
fcwris. "and last, though not
S1I00I DBR SKAM v!irS(nobe c*'*bm,c<1 PATENT
fcHIRTS. Gcutletnen; call and
fr?f oi.?? t * not ch?iruo you anvtbinir
uovs^tr'8 "or KOO<18- ? :Wf t.lakin.
uov8-" IPS Main ft. Wheeling, Va.
VTr th?fl*IT,VelTets' SIlk!'' *c.",
Styles r^ntl?! 7*= iSiy? nl"1 muet 'leslrahle
>'9?, L?eptl3J at 8AWTKLLS A SHANNON'S.
Tffrt 149 ivr-, ^ 1 **?
MATT1XO. MAMi.CiL-J'-^l's. ???,
MATTIJCU, MA^i.?i'-\n^"s Mam
Damask and Laco Cm! '
In great variety. A1 - c ^'U tain,
?*wy oexriptlon; UN- , ,oK<?-ry i\
LOOKl.VG (11.ASSES , 5>'!. . ,, , *
in .),? Weston, Co,^rv abllShlUq
jgTr stokf. rooms? oirX??T
JHii Kr.iinc.niU Brh-k. lV!' '?? 11;?
UTm) story nr pood l?mse,, *' "? i!,.
JK'?. also. UiiiU[(nK Uufur ,
tei in*. apply to ' *i'r ?*? fe?c
, -??, uuuuuic Lots for , Ihll 'v *
te. nn. apply n, ^ " t'*- ?" '?,<?, ' :
fc!Sr*Oflicr. So. lSVi, li,, '""
and Union?lrp Stuiw. <"tl ?? f??
gSf FOR KKXT.-\ , ' -M
?BH2 * eutml ).ntt of t!:?? n>V, , " > II.*.,.
**nd a kitchen. Aitnlv , - : 11 U, , , 1
(?oods Store. * ' ? r '
gSTHK TWO STo!" iVin^*
D;R- E. G. WINCUELL
OXHc. an., ,,?,)1PU? SJJ&!
ly ndopt.-Jnt litis, 11,ce. " ?
I ri?L-z as Jon* n> ,i nn,i ,
i'e prutlncrU. All .. I^'nmncnt
' "m^iimi, wnrranicl.
abb. Bunmt.^x. m d
ROBEETSON & our:
^<>- 1 ?a
\V. Kranrtym, j. s. Zhmn, r "S A,":i 'V V '
Joiill M.tiir .
Instruction in Music
@^SSg"f Oruuft* Vh"r.?;
u ? H 7 r/^ -? H'*. r.ititar. Hui. ,.,
, ? i*?..r??I.t 'J?u.r..UL-?,' :?'?*?:
ml Ooini?t?!tiii!:. Such us ihhv <.V.;r,.? V"'!'
??elv??i5 of hi.- ^erviYe* will pIcim h , J\
Fourth. n?*ar Qitiney stn-. t. *''
A Piano will I... t'urnid.o! f .r i
practice, whtn dMircf'. i t:: ^ u
residences if pref?>rrc*;!. ' r -!,x'
Vocal instruction can I.e uu,u .
any of the above instrunu ^ '"1:'
Sat in factory refci cnre< can It- sit. ivl
Splendid New Stock of Vases at
China Tea Setts
HOBBS & B.tltXKs;115 Slain SI.
HAVJ3JI-SX ISU'KIVKI! FIIOM nih KA>T, t
, liy* :i n,MKni'i,*',nt a<si>rtineiit of ?;
iietulan Ware. coiu|>ri>in^a l^nd-on.,. V.
hfuuau l.iavi Vum^. .r?wcl iu.y,... ,a i.:
"" T. ilel S?tt?. Car.! 1;;U1;.,IN w'
rt7irve Ul"l,rv-,|,'|i"'r ????; i
Lo\.K Alro. Miprrl> Cliina Va.--, j.l.tina:,.l.
>'-rv r,. !i :u:.| .
blvgiuil M^lullion mill i.-tnilK-niH' \a>i-. K;.l-i
Vulo Cuflco'n. China C.'imll?ili. k?, Ti l.-:i-7,i?
Cliixm Jliigs, Toy Tim s. tlH. China Colnpn,. i
V.e ?-?<" ?'f IMail, Wl.il.- . ,
Itaml Clui.aT.n .-?pits. Alwj.il n. vv nrci.Sn.f I'.
,, '"nslsting vl Parian Vn-e,. fitc!i?s !
. ' iialcli IZoxvp.ami >lol.i>hi. I ::
??It-), lone uiuia and U'liiic Cnuiilc Ma**** I
New "Wall Papers^
J VST liP.CKI VKD?A few ca^ett niuie ?>r i!i? i
tiful Glnzcnl Paper*, and for salt' :?t n.Iun.I
? ... h> .!?>>. liJIAVik
Rcptll _ Centre lVliftfl'K
Political Text liook>.
- Llehates between lihio.hian l iX wl
Campaign .S??ni; Books.
MotUila of all kinils.
" Envelopes, do ?.?
A,, 11 Hag.t, Ac. For srdp br I
Groin Drills stud Seed Sowm.
A\TK ARE I'll El'AH ED TO FCUM?!! MIU5
? ami i'owora of tin? in??st rvliaMe "cr
Lee'sImproved (iraiti Drill is wurrniittd rsjwal
kind* (tf lirain Grays Seed*. It nn??
quantity, from u:u- pint to threo t- iLrzrr-:
( w?w deep or shallow as desired. It inil jrrt**
! soeil at tin* same time of sowing craw*. 1,:^"
i to ??jog. and is the most reliable Drill :
| fowing Oats. 11 will sow any uurulx-r?f k*<^
? one to night, a? may lie desired in tiiiM.iw:?!M.'l?rf
j Held. Wo haw :ils)i <>n h-uid the iV|?in<k Drill.
ami favorably known to the Miming offlr.iHT.sty.
' Orders left with us will receive prompt attont: a.
Jy.11 ? SMITH M.L
"VTKW STYLES OV PIIKNCII CHINA TKA rKTT
1.1 SPLENDJD YASKS and other Fancy ???
just receiving J>y T. SWilhXKY a jO\.
nuglfi U*? Main '
Fresh Import ntioit.-v lor the Fa
rr? SWEENEY X SUN AlCE JUST C??MMKNCU
JL ? to receive their Fall .Stock of rKfCKKKV"
blaring new style* of White (?rani:e hud iron.-t
China; also the vniiousTtnMles ol Ct-mnn-n
of whirli they s^irei^ra] to JoL to 31
lloots & SllOCS, tUiCHJ!!
AFTEK Till? DATE WK WILL SELL01K1^
EUN Goods at i educed prices. Everybody
wants to buy goods Cukai*, should jrivu u- a call.
Wo have the (\?j>[fvr Toes?. nlx? tli" detalic ?}?'?
which cau be atta.-hed to any sin*-, old or new.?
but little expense.
Custom work made to order, lire u- a rail.
B. 11. STONE * 'M)-v
my29 Monroe at., -d <!<i>r al*?v<-_.M<u*
AND LESS THAN COST.
rilO MAKE BOOM FOIt AX EARLY KALI.STl**
J. STONE Si, T UOM A S will fell their
i stock of SummerGoods, comprising a groat
of Summer Dress Silks
Foulards and Lawns . . ..
Chant illy nnd Frfu?
AT COST, and manv Htvl?sof go?>d;? at **;;
?Oftr LOOK OCT FOH BAltGAlNS!
Htmnants at aUioxt any price.
NEW BOOKS mVui iKrivih! l-r W""'
"Anticipation* of the Future." 1861 f&J4
"The .Miller's Guide,*' by Atkins
"Southern Sketches'* * . c ..
^Tho Mock Auction.** or Old wsttosr.e
'?Stair building and Hand Ifailinu." ...
~ Early Yovnges to America fromK20J? .tii
"Life Witliiu au?l Life Without,** by tU
"Great Farts of l?opular Inventions,
"The Wife's Trial's and Triumphs."
"HFeroes of the In fan Keliellion." *?"?? ?f*,Tnr
- J"f L ?
l-atls Grtfli, Oi'cinril Pkf'?,
Clirouni .to Spat i-b ?Mi>V
?<? KM." Vtmjl""';"'
Jo Yellow, Y<-Iluw0.brf,
lfindott-^b. Poor). VniM, Aattifcli. ''
Brnshef., At., uIr.ays <m launU S'
SHEET IRON?a? tawUe*
ilia, UulTAllizi^l nml Rufsin M"1' ''! B'
\J EST1XGS FROM 1 HK,1UC1,,?f?:
\ Velvets to tl:e comu:one?t < t;nW
every *>hade and |??tt? rn. on hnnd sii d! ?
orderat LAKI> S FASiMuNAULE :
oct > 102 Mail.
DRESS SILKS ,.
HKI3KKI.L ft SU'BAIUSUfcA u 11L J
Monday. Oot. 22. a iiiftpotficent
JUCH PARIS SILKS, sclccu-il ftvm w ,
TTSB COST AR'SBAT, 31
U BED BUG and INSECT EXTLl-.M^^
Itlstho best, safest and surest >.\ternil?a
Ask for Costar's and use no other*. f . ^i:Pt
Ki BOCKiNO, Agent,. Odd JjVlh'V^ U ^i)i