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WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20. 1361
VOLUME X
NUMBER 14
*ki:.iu miuiatu at
CAMPBELL 8t M'DEBMOT, j
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4|r Adt ?tl?(?t don? <?o rwuubU ?mu?.
AII ad*?rti?tB**U from t 4UUf>c?.or Iiw u *w*n?
city '.utloAqr* uwut Up iriui iu
IN8URANCE.
TO THOai: WHO WIBH to bj:
I ]ST S U Tt K T)
A?iAis?i all oyxusamwuu.
rpH iijllOM K I NHrltA !*C E. COM I* A * V
I, or 3?*w York.
OHM CAMTAt^ryd/jlUrvn'.l in;
? " ?
Xb?l?iK?lO*^liC?piiAU-,r tlifc ?niouut of rtaic o
?cy ?jC?co in tti* L'oiwJ
V >V. /. ?. Atftnt
' nil k i * h v it a s oi co.;oic t ii k v a l
1 LBV 0* V1U01SIA.
Cmu L'AmAtfpald - t360/M)
iltUlh lb? lariat 0?*ft OaplU?l of *hj dfflca charter
?') l/> tuU it (at*.
j#4?|Tir? and (aland rlxka Uk?a on tba tuo.t r?a
?o<i*i.It tnria*. ..
L ? luitably adja?t*l :io-l pr "aptly pt\W oy
W. ftiUUBU', A*?
'MilK CO*Tl.fKXTAT* latMtaA.fCE
I. C J* PAN/, or flaw Yyrk
Oi?a Olftt*t(p?ldln) ? - WjJJJgJ
0*ab Ooiitla#?iit Vandf"f?rj
(a th.a?Bir? tb?a*?ur?d purildpato In tb? profit*
?lUx.tlMKllXMJ H? pRTKMON, At'Ol
I1IIIC !,Y!?CItI?U?tO IIOSU fcHK*
I I140UAXCC C<tHPASY.
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Wtor. ii?? J?""?'
Ufflc. U?*tJ 'T tutin M *M # ?' k;
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^JilT N" A.
Insurance to. of Hartford.
INOOUPOIlATliL)
Capital Jt Surplus, $2,191,100.02.
Tin IN00MK oC thU Compnoy l? DOIJUIX tbxtol
any otlior Plro ln?ur*in:? (>?rporaUoii l?? la#
Lutlml Utatex.
, A.J.i.ii.ry I, I XO";
OMbll?ll*??l,*Uw|MHlt.i?lnll >:1t .|IUiiKi,?-.*l.+ ? . 1
U.wit i? transit, ?wl luUai?il*oJ '
U.H TfM.. Ni^lM,and ?.-crn?d lat-.-.t 76.^ ^1
U.d.6p?r ft. ?wni-aonuallnt?re?i. ?. Vmoo
U??l Katatauuiii)Uiiib?rwl. ?? ..
Money du? tlm t'^., MK-urnl by M 'y
Dil.Allul ClOo.tt'd?,ttpr.?-t muiI vn.lut .U.JWjJ
iiiiu vulilo, amply -11 V,??
Othw Ml?e*IUiifr?a? ?|,,;"V,Vh?V,i
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*246dUI? ll'd.. il/t. 6 *" l?r. rt ?eml-iii. lut ...
Iv?; Itoridd0,T k ? ip'.TCt. int., *??ually, ?l| ,
857 Bbanw Unllfoad rit-? k. ?
J3 ?? Ooum?tlc?i lilwrCo. Stuck !
hi " WUerbury lUak " '?l""
ol? ? UDi u>??3 ??>?????
f.0 '* St ?tf.ird rfprln<< lUnk
...ft,MOW !
3'1
St mora I?|iniiir? .
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3?i i ?? Uattoo, M-?., '* * "u"21! oo
&)D ?? St. LouK Mo., * ??">[
Sa7d ?? lliirifortl. ' ' -J."
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IS .. u! i.tr'u.tOo. lUuU a'lock...'.. .WM*>
n*i\T i I 1 ? Oi
I.lAUlbl i,IlB8. --,Un??ttMohlii??notduo^l7V,t)67 ?'?5
Uptvnrilt
Of Louti U?? bMii l"Ud by tbo .Ktaa li?ur?uce0o.
lot bo pa*t 41 jr ??????.
KlItK AND INLANU NAVIO \T10X
UUV> accepted at tBrm?con??i4?iit wllb *ol*?ocy and
.. <oiAl>eiUiivti;^n M }n*urnuc4<^/ I) iVKf.LlXGS
Th.i.rocwotllil. iv.ri?.r.ll?n ."/ZSn*
ssa35HSii-iS;x
I,.-iont(natuMUliti'l.ona c.i?b ba?lr. Ib? trojtblMiuf
? \BS5JiT5rt?? 'i" ?
n.irlii*"biwd tlmat * tliowcurlty ?f r?lM?b??< Ii???
l,0ia.r. IMluulk I". V?laf_lh-'I ram i. I.?n-.l
Patl?U?l?mM?ltliooi ?uJ ?" ?'?
OiQcvorar tli" lluukuf WUftfUnf#
Pennsylvania Insurance Co.
oir t'crrsuuuuu, pa.
CAPITAL #300,000
fllllK AboTeOmp*nle? hitvlii(rnpp'ilii(?Hl lhenniler?
I ii.hk.1 t**fir Avert f>r M hf*?llii<. *wl vicinity,
woiiM riH|>wjtfnUy ????licit tin- pettvnfti:^ of the public*
(?hI<I(?<>iupi?ttt4*A urn wt?H kii.iwn to rh?* ofttre*.
AlltiHwipromptlrh<(JimI?I. X.C.AitTllUK. \mt.
tep30 Olllce over the Hunk of Wbrellnjr.
INSURANCE.
.Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling
OjBcn nftAe H*ri0>j? Ihink qf YThtfUVf* |
No 03 Main Ht.
'pilR A BOY P. NAMP.U COMPANY, luffing <> <
I lully orgftnllett, la now prepnred to tnko riek*
? t ItiMrcMt cdneUteitt rato*. on UulMlutfv MtthlMtJi
Purulturn, an I Stock* of MorchandUe. and a;pdn*t
ell ? I?n <??.-? *tt.m<lliu thn iratuporutlon nf Merchau* i
dl<* on Hirer*. 8?m. Lakes, C.in*le and liallnwde. |
Application* f?r Ih*uranct> will he proniplljr?t?
turvlM to by the PreMilnnt and Socrftsry.
The pit r>niit<af lh? publU I < r<npwlfull7 i?lleltnl
S. P.UILDUKTIl, IIKNIIV K. WW,
tiecreury. pr*?ldent.
DIRECTORS,
0. l>. Job* L. IIobm,
CnMSTUK 11 M*, Tuo?. M. Liar,
L. D.WtfT. . . .
Opportunity It ?till afforded to thoee whu wl*h to
ubiKTltto, 1*1 the enb?rr!ptlJii book remain* open et
ha Cotapknjr'i oflloe. myW?y
INSURANCE.
The Fire&Marine Insurance Co.
OP WHIRLING.
INCOItPOltATKI) I\ 1(137.
rpAKR* RISKS AT TUP. LOWK>T RATRS ON
L Hull linn* of all kiu l*. Staeroboet*, Km nltnreetid
Merchen lUc. ?nd agwln?l Ml d*nj->r* attending th?
Transportation of Uoods on river*. *?**, lak??. c?o?U
? il l railroad*.
ft W. II?*t?txo, Soe'y. lle**T Ciuiflii. Proe't
directors.
J 0 Acheeoa John Oonlon, Rnb't Morrison
H. Crangle, S. Brady, Sam'IOtt.
lun'l Lattb, Rob't Patterson,
e^pApidlcatlons for Insurance ^ill be promptly at
tei lc-1 toby tin* PrwdJent andSecroUry.
)?n tVW
lOiia mr. aosr. mormso*. w.b.iooam
^ tmiU*BU$T n.tttritTOBT.
LIST, MORRISON & CO.,
Wtioteeole (tracer* .i Produce Dnlcri
.v.*. to n.i ho st? trwi*<f. r?.
Wi 4e*lroto ?tat*to the friends of tha l ite Arm,
an I1 > the traie generally. th?t ?d ?re In p<i?n*iion
f o*f t'.?* ???t anpl? fwllitle* f,?r th? transection "ft
WhdestlaOrocery enl Pr?l?.<<? lti*ine*?.
We are letee olnal to execute *11 orlere ent rn?teo
to o-tr e\re wlta Alellty *nl pro-.uptneM, ?nd on the
mo?t rAVombl* term?. Your .^b't *err*ot?,
LIST, morrison *00. I
Vwivv 11.1<utnj i ?nT
COL. 8AM. COLT'S
REVOLVING PIRE ARMS
Metole, Rldeif Carbines * Mhet Unui
PiViati of UMi; 1M4; IMT; l?tf.
I1E4R ARMS uavk no KMl'AU in QUALITY
?u l ttnleh; ?ro?dapte.| by the Army mvl N?*y |
1* United Stfttee. end the |?rlnrlp?l ^oT.rnmeet. |
[?n>pe; ?rv uniform in ell their p%rte.*t**i(npu,
enre. terrlMble ?n<l renbehvlln one hunlreil
M well e? CATtriJitee of Powder, bell ?u I |
ell ?m?H pert* for r<*pelr?. fr?>m ell re?peot
?N -leeler*. end the (Urdvere trade leuerelly 1
'llree*. m?*t?rtr
tr* patk.nt riRR aumh Mavwd\, ,
??!?? i7ar<f?rd, Oma.
\ r>
A\K IINTLKI,
Ik
- lUele,
?wt w Cm* fri***
e?u (Mrri i
BU8INES8 CAP.D3.
ALF'D HUGHES, K. D.
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIA
HA8 AMOCIATKIi V.'ITII 111 SI.IN TllMfHj
KiuuC- Hc?uit,
P . ? cntfuau of th." i'?M! Jltsli'.a! I'u. ? ii? i(v
I'll!..I'cnuu/lfAJ. u," n. r. v.I] J.rott a
?ti?i(ik'n w uu>uu^**ii<l tbf I>i?at*
?f fiTUtltaand Children. tnjV/D
omcK novp.s.
M'JTBJm.T U. O; Sci-ii. 1 to 3; Krwui^. 7 to ?
OK?ICK AM) ItmiJDKN'CEj Cbrbtf s.f >? orlhw
<;utne/atr*?t?, bclo?r th? j?; l'rwt>yt*riAU CLtj.-rfi.
j. uooj M'l-m i;,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ornrs, S K Co*. Monrc k Koiktm Utu
(OppiiiUtk* i'rtrl . SVJli'.KI INC. T
N. U.?W>!i |?ractk?ia ?l r ??*?*%! Court* of U<
I awl th* neighboring C-uutl'^.
j f#*!*!! ii,?Urili?DtbB till t? ictfeo to tllf r
j'otbin of rlauna. uov'Jl?ly
*. Mill iiklT. V. 8. f'MPOft
I. M. PUMPnffEY ti SOIi,
Cuinn>Ut>ion
? a * u ?
Forwarding Merchant
?? t> E A L K II8 IN ?
Wool, Flour, Huron. I*ro? Itioii*, au
Produce Generally.
No. ?0 ZNZuiu Strci'l,
J*nl?ly tWlLi.LI.Vi, VA
S. G.K013INS0N,
>u-nrtcTCkr.fc ? /
WINDOW GLASS
Whole**!,'and f! tall l>? ?Urln
I' AINT*, OII.K. S ASII. DOOH4, I,|MK
CKMKNT, I'LASTGII I' % HIS, dtO.
JVo. rr? Main HtriM t.
Jy4 It'll hi. LI Nil. V
At. I'l l: [LLY,
V? hoi- rule Dv.il it tu
GROCERIES
I'orllKn mil Donirillc
Wines and Liquors,
Nov. to 11> 1 Maw Strict,
n?y7?ly U'lir.KLINO, VA
J. A. METOALP,
C OM .MISSION MKHCII INT AND
MANUFACTURER'S AGENT
w. this ?a* or
Nidlf, Wlnilow lllnii, On.'loimM Soap
Iron. Flint tll.?*?n?nie, L.?rd Oill,
Btwl, Omen UU*rtrarv, Mine,
Spring*, I*v intltif; l*r?i"cr, I'l ??t?ir I'arfa,
Axle*, Wi.ip|iliivl'|??r, Ct'jutfiii,
Uo?Jn, Wootltfu \Vrti?, ."urch.
Ti',;? tIior with ninny iirUcli-e of PittalniruU ac?l
Wiiri iitig nuwubcture.
No. 50 Paxton'a How, .Until St.,
novI7 WlH'wlinut Vu.
EDMUND P. ZANE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
? A N D ?
Commtaktoiier lit Chantcry,
OFFllK: (Wiotr of Hurt'i and JU-mroe ttrttti,
W II Y. E L I N (I , V A
Will prattle* in tli? *<-iirl* nf thn tuyoli.lnR
ft<iiull?-a nail Rive p.itllcuiai ntUMitiou tutl?a collect loo
-i.uju,. w nor I'-lj
CUUkUUH. ? ?. ?. MILIAK
C. L. ZANE & CO.
ItuporUn ami DiaUrt in l^ rtign it />o>mntir
Wines and Liquors,
Manufhctnn-rtof
I'uro C'utiiwlm Win en,
QUI*C? KTkKkT. KtTVCIK >U|N A .M iRKfT 8ti.
? IIEI.I.I.NO, VA
KEKI' coo?uiitJ>' oil band llraiullfit, Scotch And
lrl?h Whuklo*. Jiiionii it lltinx Mtid ('ordlnl*.
CliolcoOld Hjreand.Ihmrt^n WhUldra. ]y
Q. WILLIAM ilEESSING,
SS Murkrl Klr??l,
O r,!) I?03 T U F P1 C K U r I L I) 1 N
w 11 eKLIN0. VA.
(.?ItOCKHIKI, LlQI dU.i, WlNKh, MEUAttS. AM)
KuUKION 1'llODUCK Gkneually,
W?Utf
W. T. MEEDS,
Book 13 i rider,
? a n r> ?
Ul, A NIC BOOK HV.VITACTUIIEU
Intfllif/tncer JiuiUlittp,cor.Quinfytt Main ttt.
4 LL DESCRIPTIONS BLANK BOOKS I i LI L
i\ and nuide to order, printed lio?d? if required.
Magnaine*. Manic mi-l nil kind* of printed nmttei '
Itonnd in the!?o?t ?nd mo?t ?ubtfantiul style nt t?n >
Mbleprlco. All woik gtiaranU t il. nov20'68?- j
'1\ H. LOGAN & CO.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
W HEELING, V A . '
UAVBmuo*?!tothtlr NKW WABEROOMS, No
47 Main Street. and Xo. 8 Qnlncy Street.
CVMiiln Stmt Kntranca, next door t<> Hiker
Ilonkin*. Quln*y Street rutrntu-c near thn Bait.
II. it. Depot. and wharf.
DRL'OS. PAINTS. OIL?.
MKUICIVES, V AUnSHI'.S, BRLPIIK8.
WINDOW GLASS. PKRITMKKtES, WHITE LEAD,
PATENT MEDICINES, Jkc.
Offered to the trade, in city and country, at lowpricts
and of the W-futility. Caah and prompt ~
cuatomrr* art" Invited to call. apl.'M)
NEW FIRM.
'PlirrNDEKSHJNKDII \VK AWCIATFDTIIRM
1 ?<*lvi*4 together m 11 Arm. under the atylo
Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle
FOR T1IK iWRPOSI OK DOINO A
Wholesale Grocery
?**t??
GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS
At No. AH Miuiwt. in the room f?nn*tly occupied by
Baker M Uopkiitn.
Were?pectfuHy "oIlcinhethoattenttanoftheTrade.
J AS. MAXMVKLL lateftrui Pastor. Donlon A Co.
TIIOS. J.QAMPBELL,laUwith U?t 1 l|.nr?U.
GEO. H. TINGLE. lat? with Li?t A Howell.
Jan4-'>9.
, R. W.f t.\TOX. JOJt.1 1KJXWX. C. 04LCBAT
PAXTON, DONLON & OGLEBAY,
Wholesale Grocers,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
Nos. 52 and 51, Maiu St..
eo*l W h??Ilng, Va.
j. o. harbour/
tn?4ii?> d Kttail Pooler in
CARPETS RUGS, OIL CLOTHS
Wall Paprt, CarlalM MaUrUli,
| And Cpb<M<ter> War# of amy description
l lll Mnl?6twft.
WHEELING. YA.
?IHlilt ?nd Mahogany Framed Looking
n hand and :n*Jo to order. ?ep:>.'i#
t.l.lMAI. I.l,ltlt. e.?.RCII?
LOGAN, LIST & CO.
(JuAVMtrtl* T.H.Looai>4C?.)
Wholesale# Retail Druggist*
BRIDGE (X>KNKB. MAIS fTKBLT.
WhffoHnir.Vn,
t*??t*pl? t ^ntlit;
all ? l*MtW)W?W Ml tMl It **??
?*?mk* ?W.r ?? ofcn ? ? is* C .??
TKUU s oi Idi kbtihiku"
T**i.*tKoui? Lui or .Vunarm It* o?? twca,)o*J
l.LAi, ttt?E 4 H 4t AKJt.
Out i fbrm WVtkf,. J-i W
Hi* 6 00
Two Hornby ? 00
TIjm MoaUn, 1?00
li'.x }'...mlw ? U 00
l>ru> V?ir, 2000
?l? th? *&<>?? nin
T? > l:*j
Tbf<* iMyi,....... 1 'Ji
Vcmr Uay ? 1 ft> ?
I|vciMj 1T6
Oofl V;<N t -/'Pi
T? '. v? .-riCjL,. 1.10
JftfaruUL .Noneo J.S/U
fjrYnulj A'lwtUi;.,: un r.A-,(ut>l# tu c .r
to tbu ?[?** axujiloU au<l th? ttomb*/<>r .-Iik.-m
hum*.
AU?(iv?rtl'*m?>nt?frum trnn<!*nt
?it U> ue /mix/ fur in adiHiiif/..
Jt3*iiw*K< r?ni? e??t j rt??< line*, f 10\+rr*nr,
<w?W :..t ?u laobtU*. but for a ihortvr r*ri??! nothing
will 1.1- cituat?U than a aqttarrv
Tin) privtlegaof Annual Adr<rth(i{ i? Hmit?it to
tin- AiIvh1i?t?' o?n I:nm?>li<?t? air-1 oil
B>hmiM>uu-aii for lli# ???netii of othfik prft'Hu m
Mull i< (?ll logvl A?lrrrti?<!in?.iit?, atnl n Imtlwtnt-nU
of<iur(i"it Ml<* u?il rml ? ?*iile,???nt in by th?u> tut)**
I?? paid I'.r nt (he a??al rvt?*.
?#-A>i*? m>? ar?*mi|iAni?v<1 with written
dir?*<tlnn?. will b? in*Tt? il until forbid, and rlur^td
nlimjl y.
Notlrv* fur I'lillticaj Meeting* to be rimr,;nl in nil
Oi?< ? ftt full r?tr?.
Marri?;>--. Notli*?of KnnerfeI?,aoilann"nrt<*rtnf>n(*
of ?crnioiJ>, 60 oxstiiAc)). tjovll-'w
VIRGINIA CONVENTION.
Jlr. Luinli'. Speed, ou (lie Dlvl.mn ?f
? *?r
In the Convention oil lu.L Fridav night
tlm substitute ?f Mr. Boretnan p'e?di?g'
Daniel Lamb, Esq, of Ohio county, ottaia
e'l Hot "'"i spoke ,,s follows'
1 bad not Intended. Mr. President, to
"1,,i l'?"eon.llie?uWui of a di
vision ot Hit- M y? much but tlrrx.lv
.7"! V"1 ?'? 'Jectthat I thought
? t -night only -,rve further to w.arv f|lc
membersi il.? l.o.iv u.it, nir, it ,
matter r.f loo deep Importance to ui nil
tor ni t? omit giving utteranco to ?ome
J'-"-. Hr.Uluns, oliii I, I i),,tik ought lo in
ueiice t|,? members of ibia Conicuiiun in
lion uf"" ?>cineiitou> u qnes-1
Mr. Prc.i lent, let nifi.iv in the outset
r"' "par,,;-,, of ,k,, Sti'r
sfru il cj? it dmt at tl? j roptr j
::rr:r t,t- ,n ,ui ,i" :
?<?r. I allot,IJ tt.-.st ,u |e?,i. obtaining !
1 J ItiJtt>'-tl.f I .liter if it ? , |W 1
I uT ,nr'- "
la,">[*< Hie k?,,:,wi,i, 11
? fchibv nmount of population which we -
po?>c.s. wul, n? amuuMof revenue which !
1,0 commanded in thiH district or
shiml M 'a 1 Itmt IV,.
shquld bi'vo our position capable of c.hv '
unlit,>r, th-fiitim, m order tlmt w,< mar I
occupy ,i respwiable position in the f,?o.:'v
ol >IB. I will bo , ..^?rv for I he !
pufpose ol the argument which I propose
" make, to glance for ? moment. .?,,| ',,.rv i
oriSlly,lit Hi,, reasons which | ttiiuk would i
i!l i i? 'foul K,iitcrn Virginia ;
desirable lutfmll. * ,
Wo hoic long suffered, Mr. President
frnoi the mUrul., ?r ,l,e Eastern ... Hon
ol the blate, 1 bey bare repratcdlv de-'
Bled us our proper share of reprcetitiilion
in our legislature?they have subjected id
j" im.-i|iiHliiitd unjait system ol taxatioi
or the protection. u? for in possible, from
'"'"I"" ?f *ui.- -eriico, of their own
property. In the ilinribntinn of the ex.
pi nilituro of linn luxation, they imve en. I
iie..vored to euro,imp; tli? prosperity ol
their own seclioii ol the have I
I It the tt CM without liny pnrilcipntion in
the b. nclit of tint ixpendilure. H'e nre i
In fuel, Mr l'rejlileiu, a different people. I
li.il.us ure different. Our coin.
nicrcml relations nre not with Kaitern Vir- 1
Itmi#. The productions of our soil nod I
our workshops do not no in lb,it direction
tmr do we purcluise the ..rtioles which we 1
want Irom I lie ciliei of Kastern Vircinla;
Beery etc iderntlon whjcli can be nddre...
ru tri the Winlon of n ?l?temnnn. would
"''"'?"ill a separation ot the proper time an,I !
in tile proper ni,inner. I nrn nsdeeplv fen- !
01 'bis, iiy firmly convinced of this. I
?? resolutely dciermimd oil ?tree tine that I
separation, as any gentleman who will vote
upon the oth.r tide of this question. I
Hut, sirs, that separation should be ef. I
rrcte.l at the proper nme nn.l in the pro- i
per manner. It t, when wo could com. I
mand such n boundary as our new .Slate
onght lo have I, should lake place onlv I
wlieri a lull and free nud fair expression oV I
He opinion of the propie coulj l>e had !
turoiightliit all the limits of Hie new Slate
?hen these condition. ,an be complied i
. i, ' t""1)' 'u Ko into the measure:
and they cannot be complied with in the 1
midst o| confusion and civil war. Tbev
cannot be complied with at present, and I
?? in the agitation ol tbU ,,Ue8iio?. in the
heat Willi which members are disposed to 1
hurry torwar.l this measure at present.
nothing but that which precedes uiisfor-1
tune lo Northwestern Virginia
Mr. President, it is not ,ixtv days since '
our present form of government was in
'TA ?"r Ci"vrr"?r was elected on
the 20th of June; It is now the ICth ot.
Aiigu-t. and we nre already .celling to'
Aire! |r0,r ?i "" """ *??"bli?hej.
theo Hi i ' rl,,,n,:c a" ,l"t
w. J II JeUT""a,d ?l">". Alren.lv
we lnd!.' C"'"nmr"1 wbicii .
?t^, it ? m'"undatlon. and
start air in pursuit of a ?eW ?beme??
To"h I<'i,!ICr"""!,' f"r c?P"iment it b |n
su< n tunes ii*.Jhvse.
This disposition, Mr. President, lo be j
ion! niially changing great tundamen- '
tal nsiitiiuons. IS one which can lesd to'
nothing but ralifortune. We are proceed.,
ioK more rapidly in this cour.e than the !
lo" of 'be French revolmion, fur their ;
ons.itocons and their fund.,,.,; I '
teas of goiernment nt least I isted siity I
f. to , '" loolr "i'1 il if spirit i
lb.? """"K''1. before some new!
m*v |7 ^ "'",n wh''l? ??
ma, excite the passions and prejudice, of'
no. 1 '? P?rl>?" of riding into '
power Or oBce? I would Impute no such
motive, to ,ny man here. With their mo. J
!!"" ' P0 c.,.ncern. Bat this diipo.
silton "'low,, here, to hare somtthinR new? 1
crMI fb?nge?before we hive even '
\, tl T "Uch h"? adopted,
I o my mind ooe 0, s.or>1 #| .
VVhv h lT"' J '? "? Mr- President?
? hy this disposition to precipitate? Whr
Ire "on",'" "rCr"K''10 lh!* nteasure"?
wc ?Bhjeci now to the rontrol of B ut.
?n V irg.nia? Are her tax gatherers
;""0?S" ?? now? Are our people '
tranilerred into Eastern Virginia? la >he
now contracting debu which we are to
Pv"T,'ik I"'' A' * l"""r 0f f,c1' wiiat
v.ee the theory may he of the separation I
Ihfck separation '
which the, are so anxious loe at tbi< pre*.!
( ent moment,?pi.cticallv we are perfectle I
'sa TJ. no',ot L'"m T'fr?ia :
*X.Xe",nA "" Tbe mi.ruia,
whKh shr has exercised oser as so Uiar
|sfeaesrr,.M? ?ier m ie^er Wekasai
u<> pre**at e?il that !t U OICtiSKry for
10 roure ogru'lvra ia order (o?bak* o!f.
It i? not for tl?? purpose, loeii, of galling
rid o' bo ev.j under which *>e ??r?? aew ni
tin* prcsoat moment luffcriog; but ti U
because geutlcmea apprehend ibt-re can be
cu olbat rcA?ou?that in some mode or
other we are to bf lubjngnlrd u^niu lo
(Li* misrule If there u danger, Mr. Pre -
idcot. (but, at fiouie fnture day, we may bo
ognin euoject lo the misrule ?nd misgov
eminent ??f Kastern Virginia, wbtru thit
danger iu imminent 1 will be ready to meet
it. But I vould not destroy our effioienev
iu the great worlt of maiutainiug the
I'nion until that danger was up-m u*?
until it became necessary to act, to art
resolutely and to act dctidedly iu order to
avert it.
There are two model in which we twn"
again be subjected to the government ?.
Eastern Virginia. Let us consider the n
for a moment. The U. S. government,
which I do not for a moment believe c:i:i
'ever be the case, may be titublo to main
tain itself and defend us, and we tiny bo
again subjected, bv force of arm*, to the
Confederate Slate*. Ifthis is the danger
tbut gentleman apprehend?if ibis is tin
way we are n;* tin lo bo subjected t" the
oppm*ion of our brethren of K.tsiern Vir
ginia, let me nek them will their p iper con
stitution, or the red line* they dr* w aero's
the map t?> detino t!ie boundaries of lb
new State, protect them from t!.o ermi ?
lien. BcaUregird or lien. Lee? I* ther
any protection to the measure which is
now proposed to us ngr.nst such an ap
prehension? Certainly gentlemen will not
suppose li/rn moment that there If
this i< their apprehenstiin', they derive no
protection from having marked out ili.?
lines of a i:?*w State upon the map. But
The United StitcH may succeed. n< I l?e
lieve they will. The nrnw of the l.'nited
State:-, I have no doubt, will be succe^ful
in this contest. Twenty-one million!* of |
freeni'-n against five or six million*, nnd a
proportional property in favor ot the form
er, inlinitely greatf r than that against it,
mu*t succeed iu the end, if th"y are de- |
terniined and resolute in the contest. Then j
as they *uececd, a.* the secession pressure !
is taken off from county after county of
the other portions of Virginia, they may 1
unite with this government; and gentle
men suppose that when they do so unite j
they will join in refusing us n sep- ;
iraiion of ilie State. I do not be
lieve it t :r a moment As w.i.<
said by the gentleman from Harrison, I
(Mr. Curlile) who addressed us to-d?y, it
is an unnatural connection. "Any one" to
use his own strong expression, "with tho j
ideas of a g>ose" could see that this con- I
ncction could not be maintained. Can he :
suppose that the people of K.Mtern Virgi
nia?the Union men of Kastern Virginia? ;
the men who will be our brethern in this ]
coutest.au I who, if the United El ites gov- ;
eminent succeeds, will outlive the Slate :
government-?can he suppose for a moment
they will dene to their bf-i1- ren, the V;?ir?o
men in the W?? <T,U "*bt tp dissever a 1
utMiiiecTlon, which. it must be its ap|)arent |
to them as to us, is entirely unnatural. |
But if they were disposed to do eo, we will
have plenty of opportunities to bring up i
this question, before all of Kastern Virginia J
is represented in our legislature. The pro- j
gre?s of the arms of the United Slates |
will be gradual. Wo will be able To fore- 1
m c and know the time when all Kastern j
Virginia can come in, and we can then a t. 1
if there is, which I believe there is not,the ;
slightest danger of their over-riding us, in
regard lo a question of this kind.
I.t t u# suppose, Mr. President, however,
lliul you huvu established your new State
government. The first clause o; this or*
diiiADee proposed by the gisbtUraan from
Harrison. (Mr. Oarlile.) and which I sup.
pose is to be the doctrine, rends as follows:
?'Dm it ordained bv the people of Virginia,
in Convention assembled, That tin* new
State be formed nnd erected out of the
territory included within the following
bounds.'' Let us suppose that new Statu
formed. As u matter of coui>e. the pres
ent government ot the State of Virginia is
superceded?that government of the State
of Virginia, which has been Acknowledged
by the Executive of the United Slates,
which has been acknowledged by the Con
gress of the United States, in superceded.
The very parage of that ordiu.?nce prac
tically will supercede it, because from the
time that this Convention announces that
another government is to be formed, who
will regard or obey the present govern
ment? Its prestige throughout the coun
ties over which it^has heretofore ex- ,
ercised its authority'will he gone.
Tl.e j, Mr. President, to carry out the plan
of the administration, if the arm* of United
States are to succeed in Eastern Virginia, i
a new State government is to be formed i
there. As secessionism is put down in dis
trict after district of the Slate, thecounties
of Eastern Virginia are to be furnished
again with ?? a constitutional nucleus,"
around which they can rally to the sup- j
port of the Union. Your government? i
the government of the State of Virginia? i
the government acknowledged by all the
authorities of ttie United State* is out of ;
the way. What Mjrt of u government will ?
be formed in the East? Necessarily a gov- j
ernment to represent the Slate of Virginia.
Yu'ir new State will yet be unrecognized. I
Congress will not have acted in reference
to it. And the Executive wtfl not ha e
acted in reference to it. And they canuol 1
net in reference to it: for carrying out the 1
great plan in brinsing bark the State of j
Virginia into the Union, they must, n.s ex
pressed, in a letter from the Attorney Gen* |
ernl, read to this Convention, have -u con- j
S'itutional nucleus, nronnd which the
shattered elements of tlie Union through
out the State can rally." You have here, ;
then, and I take it," it is the necei- |
sary result of the action which this Con- j
vention is nrged to take npon itself?an- 1
fther State government for the State of ;
Virginia organized in the East. As the
arms of the United Slates government m?y 1
succeed in restoring the Union sentiment,
throughout that section of country, this .
government will extend itself gradually
over the whole of the E*st. It will be the :
government which the United States will
recognise. It will be tb* government j
which Congress and the Executive will I
recognize, and it will be again what we
now have?the legal government of the I
State of Virginia. If that is to be the .re
sult?if there is any apprehension that
such a state of things will exist?will these
men in the Eitst then regard your ordi
nances? Yon bare superceded your old
government, which the United States has
recognized, which has become the leg?l ?
government of the State, and yonr new ;
government has no such claims. It ij <
nothing in fact?it is nothing in truth?it
i*nothing in lav?until It is recognised j
by the government of the Uoited States. I
If tb*? f?t?Mish tbnr g?**iBo?nt ta th? '
! EuUi they mujt d<>, *odbrii>f^i?kE^ur&
j Virginia into the Union with tbftt R*?t??ro
j Kovcfn-Q?*af, w litu it u ipr/?:<d ortr (lift
. E44t?wbto it ha? brought iu all tbo?<
; oiuolies lying eaji of the Blue Hi.g<\ and
i a:l tbe counties of thr VaMry, tvu.it re?
| pect will j'. j?a v to your ordinances a mi to
jui-U lines at you have marked out for the
1 uev; State? What respect will they be
j bound to pay in regard to it? A* the
State of Virginia, they will have *{j?in
i thai very control over you of which, justly,
: \ou have *o much complained. And when
i they #end t heir tax gatherers here to path ?
: fr up your taxe* aud substance ag-?ln, if
i they are resisted by domestic violence,
| recollect that the conttiUUton of the lrni
' ted States requires*?makes it imperative
| on the General Government, to protect
I that government which they hate recog>
tilted, as the State government of Virginia,
against domestic violence. 1 nee, gentle
men, even iu the success ot the oil en mi re?
{which you here propose to us?quite ni
tnueh cause lor apprehension that Has tern
I Virginia may again extend her Influence,
i her control, iter <1 miuatiou over us. That
; domination which, as ever, I do heartily
i dcteit?that she tuny again extend them
over us?quite a.? much danger its I here
in in waiting until you can have n full
! and fair expression ?>t opinion throughout
! the boundaries which you intend to desig*
! n >to fur your new Slate.
! If there wore no other considerations.
; however, supposing that all I have address*
1 ed to this Convention were entitled to no
weight, certainly it is entitled to some
wight that We should not c? to work to
C fleet these great changes amid the confu
sion and danger thai surround tH. It is
:i fact, Mr. President, w' ich uo one on the
opposite ?idc has deuie i. asasserted by the
g-nlleman from Mriion .Mr. i'oUley who
addressed this Convention, that you can
not now, within the bound irie> of the
i State propo^d by the substitute of the
| gentleman frun Harrison Mr. ^Carltle)
i have a lull and fair exprcs lou of one-half
of the tieoplv. It is a lad llint within the
j boundaries proposed by the report of the
majority of the Committee, you cannot
now have a fair and full expression of ouc
fourth ot the people upon any .subject.?
i !.< this not, Mr. President, some reason
why we should not hurry inconsiderately,
hastily, recklcusly, into this FubjtM t ' Is
; there not an obvious propriety-?if it he
possible to seeur.' our object?in waiting,
at least, until the matter e.an be fairly sub
I milted and fairly acted upon. by the people
iu whose name we prole. ) to act 7 by tho
people whom we proles* to bind by out
uetion here And, gentlemen, we arc not
only to include them within the boundaries
of ":ir new State, but we are to go to work
and lix up a constitution for them. We arc
to fix up a constitution for the people of
Jefferson and Morgan and Berkley and
lliimpihiro ami Hardy, and for the people
of Doom) aud l.ogau and Nicholas, and I
know not how many other counties. Will
my friend from Upsher. who has proposed
tnta FtiiiriUuio fui tun .tilo|iUoa, undertake
to carry that Constitution Into these coun
ties, before tbo lirst Thur? ! ty ??!' N iveni
ber next, or the fourth Tliui-oay of Octo?
l>rr next, and explain its provision* to
them, and explain to them why we have
done this, and why we have done thai
why we took this action or that action?why
we udupted litis provision or that provision?
[CONCLfOKU TO-MORROW.]
OFFICIAL,
LAWS or TI1K CSITKD STATE?.
Paue I at the first Session of the Thirty?
Seventh Congrttt.
(I'uuuc.--No. 20. J
AN ACT to provide far the payment of H\o police
org tinted or tho United States tor tl?o cilv of II ?l
ti norc, and 11 rnaY.o thv mint to funilih muivt!
gold coin", * ill to provide fcr.the nmiuficUire or
pjrchue of fle.d ?Igtial*.
K<* it enacted by the Sennu* mii I House <>f Itepre.
tentative* of the* 1'nltrd State* of America In Con
grevi a?*oiiihled. That tor tin- maintenance of eaid
i>oH'v theie li hereby appr >|rlated out of any money
in the Trenmiry notothei >?!??? n;i(iro^<iiatril thu *11111
uf one hundred tboi**nd duller*.
? <v. A11 < 1 be It I irther oimcte I. Th.it of enld
tnm not more Hun twenty tliouenml dullai* -hull he
in any on* m>ntb for ulil purpoe?, and
that the emie shall c?v*?? when the wtid pdlce
ar?> di*mi.ned from ?ervice by the United Hate*:
Au?l provided, That the disbursement a of tho amount
hereby ulloMv! *hvll b? made only wl'li thu *.ioctlnn
and by the authority of the Commanding General of
that Military Department.
!????? ;?. A ud bo it further enacted, Thit there he
and hereby U appropriate 1 ont of any money In the
TreesurynotutherwUe appropriated tho follow log ,
rams *"'?
To vn tble tho mint to furnWh each email gold coin*
u tnav be required for the public service, forty thou
sand dollar-, or ?o mnch thereof a<may be neco?aary |
For the manufacture or purcha-e of app-iratusaud |
equipment* tor field signals, five thousand dollaia.
Approved, Juljr IBul.
[Pwuc.?No. ?!.]
AN ACT to Increaso the preeent trillfory establish. I
luout of the (Jolted suu?. |
Be it enacted by the Senate aud limine of Repre- I
tentative? ol the Untied >t.ue? of America, in Contra**
a?*einbled, Tnai there ?hall be added to the regular
arm), m now authorised by law, nine regiments of!
infantry, one n-tfiiiient of ravalry, mid one regiment |
of artillery; ouch regiment of infantry to constat of:
not Iw^t than two nor more than three battalion*, a* J
the exigencies or the public vrvfee mar. in the ??pin- !
Ion of the rrnWent of the United States, detnaud ; j
each battalion to conaiit of rt^ht companies; each i
company tocou*i*t of one ciptain. one flrit end one 1
second lieuUnent. on#1 Orit t*rgear.i,fmr eerseant*. j
e ght corporal*, two mu*ician*, end a* many ptlvatee. |
not exceeding eighty-two, *? the l're*ld*ut of the ?
United State* may, according to the retirements ,
ot military service, direct. The rntimrnt of cavalry ,
l.eueby authorUed shell cotuUt of wt more than |
ihtae battalion* of nut m >ro than two ?quadron*
cull} and each squadron *hall con?l?t ot two romp*
neia, each company to b1* romp<.w?d of one cap
tain. otie fir?t an I one ?ccoud lieutenant, oce flrtt
eergMnt* one <i jarterraaiier ?ergoant. ji/ur eeroean te,
eicht coi p?raU. two ron*icUn?. tw o ttrrli rt. otic fad
dler, on' wegoacr, and a? many nnretee, not exceed
ing aeTent>*two, a? tbo Prceiaent of Uie United I
giatce tu?y. according to the rcquiremeuta of the 1
tnHilary service, direct. The raiment of artillery I
lieiet-y autliorlxe.1 aliall con>l*t ?f not mote than !
twelve batterlet; .?nd each battery ?ball C3B?i>t of I
one captain, ote tirat and unt aecur.d lieutt nant.oite I
Brvt sergeant, one quarterm,?t*r ?erice?nt, f-uraer*
Ke*nt?. eight eorporaia.twMinn?lcla?;e, two artiflrrr*, I
cue wag:?n?r. and aa many privatci, not etc?*tling '
one hu <dred end twenty-two, aa the I'reeldeDt wf the ;
United State# may. according to the r^alretnenU of
th? millury service, direct. And there may be |
added to the afjree?ld battery organliatlon. at the
ducretlon of the Provdent, having due regard to
the pahlic nece?ittiea and rnrana. oi.e flrrt andone
second lleotenant, two aer^rant*, and foci corporal* j
ree. S. A nd belt fart l>-r enacted. That the field and
itatf eommieaioned and non*com:nlMiontd NAcera of <
tiie regiment* hereinbefore authorized ahallbe at f.d. ,
low*: To each regiment of Infantry, one colonel, one
lieutenant cornel.one regimentel adjutant.one r*gi- 1
miuul qaartenuaater and oomtalaaary, one drum |
m^or, or leader of the band, and t*o principal mu-1
alciau*; and to earh battalion of Infantry, one major.
?no hattalloo *|juU(?t, one battalion quanernu>ter
and cuwml?aary, one aerseant n^or, one quarter- |
nu?ier sergeant, one commiaaary tergesnt, end one
fc ?pltal*teward: the regimental and battalion ?.|J??
tante, and qu*rt?iaaateri and comm.mile*, to be I
taken from the lieutenant* of the tegimeota and
battallona, respectively. To the regiment of cavalry,
one colon-1,one hent?u*nt colonel, ??ne regtmenUl
adjutant, one regimental .juarterwaMer aed commi*.
?arjr. ami two chief buglers; and to each hot tattoo
of cavalry, one major, one battalion adjntapt, one
battalion <|<*artannaater sad c-enai^ary, one ?er*
ge\nt ma), r. one quartermaster sergeant, one &->??.
tOitaary sergeant, one hcapital steward, one aaddler
sercaoat. and noe veiarlnary e-rgeast; tkerectmen*
t*' ?d? itant and the regimental ?a4 butaltoa qoar.
termaeters and eommlssarlea to le taken from the |
I tee tenants of the feglmeete and hetullra*. reep?<t l
f?ete. Tetbe r>gta?eat -f antllety. r ir-oeT.^tta
! liauu.-kQi .'tVoi.c!. uoc major to rv?ry four battuh*
on? wft# iUfctu^iUl rtn*rleria?fttr ?r
MWttry, to u t?\? ? (mat tho lieutouaaU of ?l
' <*c ' tergrtut 0UUT. on* 4tiV<#ra*at
InrcHUU. M?* cvau.iiuwr? errctaai. t?>> pttiulp |
^.u?:: .*ua, Mid oup fc*p}t*: ?:,??*? J?at >1 the t*:>
? of its# regular rt*lm??u tball eoo?t?t of not n>oi
' thau twe-jtr fbu? inu4wi vu? fc>r Mch r*etro?nt of l> ,
' tut try and artlt!?ry. and m w u muUiUtia f>.t f*. <
r?(::u?ut of u>wmt*t uoop*
N< S. AwJ b? it fmhe: marled. That tfcar* ?*>?
t ? vtdcJ to th* army of ?h* Umtad J?tate? tha fo
' lowing b?in.rul aflleara, namely . I.ur nnj r
I a!'. <ttth lbr?0 aid ??d*-camp Mobi to If taken If r
I -i li?uteo?!it* of the rritir. aodatx brteadk
(tu?ratawithtwo*id?4?<WB|i ?*ob, u* be taken ftui
the llpnter.?nu of it>?* army
; &X. 4. A it.'! be ll fi.rttiurni?. tr.]. That the '?<!
c.-r* andooUttol m*n raped to pur>oaiKe ofth* ft*?
Coi*? ??*ti..u, tlull recite iit? ?%oo- fv*v. emolv
I inrritt, and allowance* and be na tho ?nu,e k.-lini
i iik o??rv respect, with th*<? nf pr>rrt?p<v ?1!' ^ c?%J>
fttnl r- rjie U ?* Sn t no t???ller Tlin tPilmot
ul b*r.de will be paid iu follow* one-fourth if nar'
the iny slid ?llii?in ? of terKeauli <>f ? nvtaerr mi'
i dier*; "H?-fwur?h, tbo?e of o : p. r..U nf engineer*;
? >uphillf. IL > of enuui^er #?>ldl? t* ftli? flret c!m>
Th-*dniui majt.. <>i lisvltr uf the band. the pay *'?'
eui of a ae<*ond lieutenant of Infmtr> 11
Mvlltrr ?crconuU. tatrrlnut) icrueaota. < rfnpau
; ^iiiririn?a*tor attd drnni tn*J?r? will r?
??? iv?. thf pay ?inl nll'iwanc??of krrK<^r?? "f mmln
' Thf ImIUIIoii ft'ul itttt'i!;.'!! <|i> trlxrniA'tn
?ad oomruI'Mrtxa will tli" < mo'iunniu t??? .
. Jitvvldrd by In* f"r r%'luivnUl H-*J?i'?iit?
i>. And be II further rnvt. i. Th^t th? lirn
! nf ?!ilUtnitmt* in?ilo AuJ to lm iukIpIm tb" > <?*'
. t ^hueit liuti'lrixi *n.l ?!\i yoiu> aii,1 ol|cltl?? it bin
tlml i?n?l klxly-lwo. In tb<* r^giilar nrinj. ittelildln
ihofortw ?ull?wriwd by thin *ft,ubill b? for lbf|*.
n?l 1 Urn-" *?-*r?. *nd l<> bp iwwl* iift*r J n
utry ono. fifibtrvn liUDdr?il *tnl *f(t*-tbr?-p. (liftll tw
, f??r lb ? torni or llv? yu?r?, m <?i |iiiM?t>i Kutburltixl
ami that tb?> iiipu i iil ?tt il In tlir r<v'i'"r fori'M, *!
1 ter Ili4 fl'*> Uv of July. rlj;lrt .?t> hut 'tux! on>l *1*1)
? tyxino. ih1*!! i?<? ?? u ItW io tin* ^tiu?i ImjiiiiIIp*, lit ,
??*pr.v r??i ? t. hi tbo*D ?tl ?*.sl .?r to bn ?i;uwi-d l>.?
thp t?\?r?of tln? tkilunlrrr (urcn
>??. ') And It further rnwtpil, Thai tht lit -
orM - nf thw military oaUblUtimvit ru*tfl or nii
tlt?ri/<"l by thi* at't U ilwUrwl bo f ?r ?? r?tc*? Jii
: rinu tho ?ill?tliiK H??Mrr?Ctu>h .?n l rpbPllInn: n'
witli.n i'i|p >. .r uitt-r Hi" <viu?titiUi??ual uiitboilt) i
? the Oi.fertJii.'" t of th- UnltMt HUlm abntl l?"r' *?
t .Ml' lu- I Mi<| orcHtntpd rr?l*ta'|p?< to ?urb auth? r t>
? !i i 11 'i l'Mijjrr ? *l?f.lb? mlliury o<titblUliii,?ut lna>
up ri In ???'! to a litl'itb> r not OXCPMtlliK Iwi-iiij IIvp
tluitiMtid men, u!il<'?i other* lav onlfrp*! ly C?u
fr-p. 7. A ill bo It further piniPtnl, That th* Tiptl
dpiit uf tho rnitpd M?:i * ill ? ui*p ri?(,'(iiiout?. Imi ?
t a'liiti*. nnd ' luipmilp* tn I.p ill-l.mdi d. anil ofTh'pf*. 1
tioti-cointnla?loucd ofTii 11>, fnuairiaiia, and p'i*at? ?
to bodi*' h%rgpd. h? to reduce tho military
iiahin?nl ai l? juwliipd by the preceding npistlnii:
I'rofldfd, Thai nil of tho nlfli'pr* of tlm r<?;?ilu army
wli i havo Ihh ii if may bndttlnphod ?ir n <Ikih?1 t
duty I it ai'tvli i lit any othor rr/lnirut or v ip? ?liail
, roaunie tholr po?llloiia in tin- tp^tiUr urmt. and h ill
! bncntith 'l In tlio i??iiip rank t-ri>nii(lli>n. nrd aniulu
tmsnbi u? if tlipy liml cuotluui'd tu a?r?e In tlo ir uwn
ri-tfhnouta or rurj?.
Hpc, A* d hij It flirthvr nu-tf That tin rnlUt- .
menu fur I hi) Ji-nlmpiit? authorUvd by tlii- ucl ahull
' bp in ch ir^p of llin olTlcert dubtilod for that purim*- 1
who ara 'ip|Ni|irpd to nnid n- lun'iii* li. u ..v it ||(?-,
and thai In thp nipan tlnn? tln? ofTli-pr* apiydnlvit to
, thp Mino fi 'iti the ragulai aimv nli.ill In ili-Uiled by i
tlio Ciimnuiidliu* KNtrrnl t ? ?ui li auvhw In tho Vol I
tmt' or r*Rlnt?'iii* now In thr lUdd m will, In liKJudir' !
mailt. :!??? thuiii "he graateat military Inatruclb n j
Mid efflolancv : and th?t thu rnininaiidiui^ ispmonl {
m i v. in bin dlm-rptlun, employ mid utile* r? MtUi any
! pi?rt of the regular t u.-p* now hi lli?' M t until the '
I rcclincnl* wuihoriafd by ilila net "hull have bean i
I fully i c rulbnl. and d?tnil any ??( the uMlcera now In
' the ip, pilar army to *rrv|i;e with th? volnnti-r rfpth
1 inptut now In tiiu lb Id. in whii li iiim hvrea lor l>u
cullrd Out, with inch rank m tuny be olb n| them In
Raid volnntvei ipflmenta. iforihepnti>ow*of luipait*
I inv lo thrm military In-tniciloti andeOlcletwy.
Appruvnl, July vv, lo'.l
Interesting News!
A Xcw on WclfTust niscoveretll
It ill a Small A mo tint lltijitirrri fur vx
try oil* *?? inkc u rilitu r.
Every f?0 rtnlt inverted will yield $1 worth
IN* ADVANCE OF TUP. NEW I1IOII TARIFF. I
|AA CASKS oF NKW HPKIMI AND flUSSMKK
Mm I miv uoooh
have luii been received, which th* miUenher l? able
to nun for than half their origin ?l raltio.
lleaklv* iirtrijr other good* if- i*??<!. ho will only
mention 160 ph-eei of Silk of nil thi< *tyl?\* *i
nil pri''i">, fluiiiit a? low a* ftO ct?i. per yurd worth at
le?i?t jl. and *.mie Plum Hike n ? low n? Me. per yard.
piece* of I'Uln lil.wL Silks for l>re??<?* Miid Mtiit
till i?.
lire** Good*, i? Urjte and varied aKortrnent. Homo
Traveling litt'M UoJd* for only be per yaid. worth at
it'ilit itOC.
L tw no mi l l<tiwn Kobe*, plain and flguied llcregM
and Itarege Kobe*.
iMible width groy, Mack and whit# VtrtgH fir !
Hlmwli tu l iiuntum; aorao worth |1, fir only ftOcta
por yard.
Chillis Mill Delalnea, Gingham* and Clitnt*",
a large ni' fkj wmt 4-1 dark Frinrh Chlntfe*, fur
Ifto per yard, worth at l<?u?i 3"c( and light Oilniia*
lit ~<C p' T VIII d.
?ll \ W 1^?100 Crape Shawl*, all color*, frum ft lo
10 dollar* * piece; Twiated Silk Nhiwl*, new
?l>!???; St?lln Shawl*. acme m low m II.
Silk Mint ('loth liinti-n and Cloak*, lit nil price*
for l.adir* utid IIIhn.
French I .ace Mantle* of nil the latent *tyle*.
A I n'kci'>?k "f htobrohlerle* end Whltatlood*.
lid*) do*. Ladi??' lloaa, aome worth 16c, forfi^Ct*
a pair.
Pata?>|?, Hoop Hklrta and ('ur*ot?, a large atock
DOMESTICS.?Fait colored Print*, (warranted,)
for l?, SnndftJ^c per yard. worth I2l{? H) nndl?<
per yard. Uloaeliod and unbleached Minline ? f nil
width* mid <jn ?lltle?. lrl*h Mnen and MoenTahlr
Cloth* at a'I price*.
CAHPKTJ.?"ft piece* of Ingralu, 3 ply aud auper
An" Carpet* at all prlro*.
A good MMrtmiDt of lloya* Heady Made 0t( thing,
and imny other g.?odv. too nntnorou* to mention, all
of which hate been w .unlit for ca*h from Importer*
and will be*old at greatly reduced price* by
ALKX, IIF.VMAV.
apS 137 Main ?t? Wheeling. Va.
MTHlCiPS
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
S. HARPER &BR0.
Caps
Thu lnrgcit and be?t wlected Stock of
Hats and
May *lwaj? be found nt
HARPER & BRO'S
CHEAP EMPORIUM,
No. 1Q0
G0R.1AIR AND DKION 8T8.
TOB2SUBS, 7A.
NEW GOODS.
W. I). S AWT ELL & BROTHER
Have jcst received tiieik spring
JT'WK of
Clothaa, Ciialmcraa and Vaatlngai
Al*o. a central aeaortaeat of Gentleman'* FnrnUb
?I Good*. apl
?. e. lawttu. ?. c. aawmt
W. D. 8AWTELL b BBO. "<
Manifai-torei* aud Dealao la
CLOTHIlsra,
No. l> Monro** MtrHul,
Jaal Wlieellag, Va.
MACKKRKL ASD KRUSUN.
50 J"-" *-?" V
10 llalf Vrrala, V?. X
' ? M BarreU N-*. 1 ettra lar?* Heniara,
too Bote* So 1 Saaoked Herrtaia.
Jaat r^ete^l and aala, fcj .
mjU M. RXXUT {
TEE* 8 07 WEEKLY.
One Copy pat Te*r ? ILOO
" Six Months
IfTAlUUV U ?#|
The Weekly Intelligencer
WKI toaiaia Ubty4vo eviuauu, neatly ftUad ?Kh
tlKif aai cmrafuUj pri t**di?4 suiu???*ab?%
(ta# All ILuj &?>.)&? It It* Ut|?*t *M<Z tH
iXJlar m Id C.u a* twa of weafry.
t&N'lOtf NO?4t> i C*t. ** r iiU
SAM'L OTT, SON & CO.,
jtfiKU r?*
FAIRBANKS'
STANDARD SCALES,
\DAl*TKli TO KVKRY RHASCII Of BUI1NWI
wh?r? * corriK'-i and durable Btalala r*<|Olr?d.
Counter Scales of Every Variety.
FOETABLE &D0EMANT 6CALE8
1 OH STOKES.
HAY AND CATTLE SCALES."
Waretioiikr ?V Tin ?i?|ior Intiou
K'aIh* for drain &iul Fl 111- ? calca fin llallruada?
HcmIm fl?r ?N-?1 I'r.i'i i* and >!lnrf? ? CuttOQ and
? U|fur.kv?lt??l.iiiu mill I'Untatioii hcalra?
ru*t ?'rtlrr Scali K-- Itntikrid and J*>v*?1?
lrra li?>uiia?\V vlgli Urauia,
Ac., At'., Ac.
AH of wblrb aia warranted to r?ny particular.
Cull ftti*l nlauilua, ? i Mini foi an llluitiatrd and
Urwrlptlru chtuUr.
X. 11.?Tli^i. Pralc* lm*v nil ilul l+artKpi, wblrb
|Min llMff* W ill tlliM llp'li l-lHMliatlotl l? 11(1 ||lC ' ?M
%?Itt? I'llIirr S'fllf. I'flrn.l fi'i mlr III till* city. V lltcli
nro ii>|irfrctii<-i| tot .i? gi..id *? I ? Itbnnkft.' A
K?!. mmIi cunt jroli luuiiot It iliiml I) Ac*
curatr.
SAM'li OTT, SON A CO., Agents.
ftUOUIALK Mil fW" tH
Hardware,SnddlcrylTnrdwnro&o
for Markit k Monro* ?tn., opp. Mrl.uir iloua*,
niy4 IVlirrIIi?h? V?.
Missouri !UiiiiiigComi):iny.
Incorporated Feb. 22tl, 18G1.
CAP IT A I. KTOCIC $.100,000.
'|MUi< COMPANY I" FOIIMMI Poll TUB I'l'U
1 Iut advancing tl?*' VI?-?*! Mining imrtnUof
'?urhtwtr. Wf <li> nut |'i"ftfM t" in* governed by
partly pltilauflilupli- nmilvw lu liiltlatin^ tblaan*
tvrpri<o<. Wo lu'lii if ilint tli?i atock n.|i I? midi* to
pay Inrgn dlviili nda, uml nl tlir ?riii?* time tnorf irul
jjund accoinplliln-d iiii.j greutd prog r?w a made In de
veloping uiul making known tin- n? ton I tiling minim!
?? III III Mtaaourl. Until by I lir lint) of live finite tlm
ntui'tintof our capital iuveated In any other bualtir**,
y\ (? kinill m?k? tlio ofllro of ottr t viiiphi-y * mhi.
plrti minii)u iMiimu u( lh?' iiilufiul ruMuuiir" of lh?
i>tnt?- \Vt> Iiavm powii uiuicr our cliaitir t?> pur*
rtmv ami ??'l| in 1 in-1 m 1 liimla wlttrtvrr l.watril In
IJlMOuri. <innt iniliiccini-titi will I"' i Pi rca tomp*
ItnllKla in id milling mlMMiiurcm, Hho ttr?li ?? to pur.
clm?o lunl Hiiiii j .i.vlm linn#*, i\v UvnlitiK ?ttu tlila
Com}iany.
Wu intjM-ctfully ?ol|cit tlm nlti'iitinn of all who
hav?iniiicn I iHrul* 11 ?a1?? ti>?<<ndtUA ?tatemanl
of tin'?ntnr, ilvMrtblngiiirkltnl ol oilnaraUoa tli?lr
Uiiita, tln-umnliri of ten >, tbo linaiiuii.aiiil tl?? low*
rat ciiiji pi li i' thry lire wlllltii! to tnke for ?ul<l land*.
We -1, ul I wink only au? li inlna* *? 1** largely, but
?ball of>fn ami prove ini-?t of tin lauda Mvm'II. lb*
b?Kik" tor aiibarrlptlon t^i till* alW* W* now op?n m
tlm udii'M ol tli? i;<.iiipHny, Main alrvnt. m>rili??it
roriivr of l.iM'uat. .>*??? M?iYhmit?* liNi.k, I'litiatica
No. 21 |,c*u?t airier. Allwlu fori an Intrriat fntlila
btiainiav and liavi. ninnay, Mllldowrll to cull aud
aobacrib*. Thoa? wMiInc ?t<fk. IlTlrtjj nut oflha
clijr.cwi ktHuro It by ?ncio#lng t?n par cent, of tba
mnguut WAntcd tg tbu I're?M?tit or Tivaautcr.
ti i m rotoni:
11'iry I). llncon. L-i , Matthew llutlrr. I'.aq,
Alfrod Olupp, K?ij.f I.. IMIhiwuM 1.84.,
Joiopl* l.nilirop, Kaq., II. M. I.yncli, K?q.(
I,. V. Hog), , Joieph I1*)up,
Henry I). Macon, I.. V. Ilngy.
M. IIUTLKlt, Tree*. ALFRBDCLAIT, Praa't,
The ?<bote pr xpoctua lib* up In tlila date b? en
Subiirhod In only t*t>? of our leading tmpera fur tan
i\ya. No oiUa ciforla to atu'k tiiktu have bceu
t?.v!e; yet tin- public no well apprrcluto the a mod
n?aa of til" ?nlerpilae. that ovar two k.nniliatd thutia.
and dollar?'if the atuck haa already taken. W e
Would brlelly ?tate tlint tin- alinroa aii> Jeach, paid
In full, without further liability; ttanafcrable byd*.
llvrry; reRtateifd only when dividend* m? received.
Any pcrwm Inkingmoney tnapare. can, by the pur?
clliae of aliitru' III the MlMouri Mining Company
make au Invwttnaut that will p iy largely, and hold
ato;k that la readily couvcrted Into rath without loaa
All communication* to Ilia I'raaident promptly
anawered. mhflo-dAw2m
M L-ula. Mo.. March 2i, 1MI.
E. Hayes & Co.
MaxmcrtmcM or
LIGHT CARRIA6ES AND HARNESS,
.jnUt- LOCATION IN TUB ATJIJ.N.1UM
J&building, corner Market I John atreeta
op|M?ftaili?Ou?toUi flouae, Wheeling. Va. Always
uu livid Carrier a of superior worknunahlp, warrao
ted to give eat Utactlou. Alao, wutk bnilt to order,o
thnlnteit at y lea ami moat improved pattcrna, at the
lowent market ratea. my Hi?1y
K.p. BttooM. w*. a. waarius
RHODES & WARFIELD,
(Huccetionto Rhode* t Ifrother.)
WIIOI, KHALK UHOC Kill,
Produce & Commisiion Merchant,,
docl7-ly Urlcl^r port, Ohio#
WM. SHAFFER,
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER
JEWELER & ENGRAVES.
tiu.tr. in
Watches, Jewelry, Silver 4 Plated
Ware.
FANCY GOODS. See.
No, '411 Monro* Hf,,
OfPOITTII u. A U RAVK.
Savings Bank of Wheeling,
Office Main-.St.J'tvten JliMrot and Union,
MONEY RECEIVED ON TRANSIENT DEPOSIT
Internet paid on Special Depoalta. Collections
promptly attended to. Exchange un the East booght
?ud *A4. TIIOS. II. LIST, President.
HAM'L P? HILPKCTW. Tre?<tr?r. la nil'to.
ilOBBS & BARNES
WOl'LD CALL ATTENTION t? thnlraMortia*al
f f <>f Paney article#, conaUtlng of Medallion,
Landscape *.,d Parian Ve*ee; Hohainian. white, bloe
and silt Cologne Sot*; Plain and Gold band Tea f-eta;
Toy Set*; Taper and Cl*ar Holder*; Motto Cupa:
Etegere Oiuaueuia; Caul Receiver*, allaifea and
aliapea; Paney Can Heatl'ka. Match boxea, Jewel
bote*if., amtablr-for beaatlful and alngant pree
euta. ?lec20
Mnaic Received To-Day.
RES UNO PLACE 01 WASHINGTON"
America'* Glory,
On to tba Conflict, Ic.
EII??ori'i'* funeral M&rob.
Ellawertb Itwjulua.
O^ntraband Achottlah,
Aonleof tfca Vale,
Ix>r?na.
Partheeia to Irgotsar,
Our Flag it There, and othm, at
D NICOLL A BAO*!
Variety Store.
pOATItr. Oltlt ft. MAC NAfrJlfT'T,
Vj CLARK'S and CIIADWICK'E SPOOL COTTON,
?ha at D.NICOI.L k IlRO'a Variety Store.
1/ANCV BAIKKTI, SHETLAND
I Wool. Tidy Cot|?n. i'eari fcleate Buttoua and
Stod?, Etubrviierlnr Silk, .^rnall P?ka P?r?a, Crochet
Brtld, White NwLUj, lecMted at
D NICOLL I DRO*?
i?|i Vantty Store.
OldVamilv rtr wiiibkt or
1*40. In W** a?d for Mk by
mh2? W. A. EDWAUIHI A BRO
ItYO COPPlCK,
n?7 BAOS qeailtr )M reevleed and bt
t sale by LtnjUJ M. KEILLT.
fikPUAL1C PiLi>^rr;p~Malic"piIQP
U ieet received. B. BOCK I NO, Ag?at, Odf ft|.
ewe'lMIJiret *??r#. 4mm
plCE^ tUfM prfae BW,j??trere|eei *wt
*f4N ^'rlxiOf.BOVDVAOHLUtr

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