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Satnrday Morningy 8ept- 27. 1862.
Still float above each patriot's grave,
Death to the traitor that would dare
To trail it through the dost of shame.
All honeet hearts ita lot will share
And follow ft to Death or Fame.
Case. that ?hoDld be made ? xamptes.
A few day a ago we published leTernl
important papers recently come ioto tbe
possessioo of the Provost Marshal Qeoeral.
Our reader* will recollect them as being
in part letters from Cbas. W. Russell of Ibis
citjr and Robert Jobnson or Clarksburg,
both members o( the rebel Congress. They
will recollect that the bnrthen of tbe cor.
respoBdeoeo between these two worthies
aod the rebel Secretary of War, was Ibis
Tit: What waa to:be (June in tbe caao of
, thoso citixeos or Western Virginia recently
arrived in Richmond, wno had taken an
oath either to support the Onited States
Government or not to bear arms agaiost
it7 Were they subject to serve in the
rebel army, just as tbose who bad not
taken the oath? The rebel Secretary o[
War answered Messrs. Russell and John
ion, Ibat all such persons would be subject
to military duty?that is actual service in
tbe army?just the same as other persons.
Thoso papers are very important docu
ments?much more so thao ordinary. They
rereal the fact that an oath taken by per
sons who for instanco travel over tbe Bal
timore road, the penalty for violation of
which is death, (if the person who takes It
Is afterwards round in arms) is not respected
by the rebel Government, and their Secre
tary of War writes to Messrs. Rnssell acd
Johnson, that tbo violators "will be pro
Ucted by this government if they fall into
the bands of the enemy, as If they had la.
ken no soch oaths or made no such promi
What gives these papers special Impor
tance is the fact that a number of Western
Virginia prisoners who have taken the
oath not to bear arms against the Dulon
have recently been capturcd aod Mien in
to tbe hands or tbe Provost Marsh ,1 Gen
eral, who has them now cooGned at Camp
Chase. Among tbe prisoners are one or
two officers?Capt A. D. Woodlev, Lieut.
Kittle aod others?who, or their own ac
enrd, foot tbe oath of Bdelily to the Uoi
ted States, and whose oaths to that effect
are now in possession ot tbe Provost Mar
?bal. Not long alter taking tbe oath they
went to Richmond, seeking commissions in
the Confederate service, and got them in
the guerrilla department or the detestable
service. They cams back;to Western Vir
gima, .to Upshur county," recrniled men
got them armed, and then commeoced rav
ages and ambushes and assassiuations up.
on Union citizens and soldiers. I0 ihe roll
tide or their career, they were taken pris
oners, and are now confined, awaiting trial,
at,Gamp Chase. The Provost Marshal has
reported itheir cases ro)ly to Waabiogtoo
?n^ ij now awaiting orders for a oourt'
1? ^ ?*' '? '??? "?e tbai
h? MtAwM from tbe War Department a,
to what Is to be the policy in reference to
auob captives. - -
There can be no question among- loyal
mei-'iA Western Virginia a, to what tbe
the publio voice demaoda in regard to these
fellows. There can be no doubt as to
What is called for as an example. these
did, ofihflr own accord, for the pur.
i f?h" ',Ulelihood. of carrying ont
IqferfaWchemes or murderand plun.
der, come iforward and take tbe oatb not
to b?V,?ma ajalnat tbe United States,
tbe otrdinon of-said oath, In printed let
t!r' ?iol?"d it they
sbpitULrfydr-death. They have violated
it. Not only that, but they b.ve induced
?cores of otheri to violate similar oaths
The^-fc.ve^raversed the hilla and valley,
of. Weatern Virginia, and especially Up
shur county, seducing men, not only from
their loy.liy, bo, their oathi, by entreaties
and threats, aod barsbsnd#d tbem togeth
er uodertheir commands, and used them
a* deadly Instruments against tbeir friends
??d neighbors, whose only crime was at,
tacbment to the Union.
Shall such men escape. Are they to be
treated as prisoners of war, and to be ex
changed In purchase of men who oondoo
ted their warfare according to the ricog.
nlaed principle* of Christian nations??
Assuredly not. If such men go unhanged
then ts society In the borders in jeopardy
indeed. Let It be known that men can go
from tbeir counties, after having taken an
oath not ta bear arms agaiost the Union,
and after baring subscribed !# the death
penalty, and obtain commissions at Rich
mond to oome home and way lay and mur
der tbeir old acquaintances, and never be
punished for it except aa ordinary prison
ers of war, aod tbere is an end to tbe frail
^eneo of security which has pervaded Wes
tern Virginia ror more than a year. There
1? no security ror us a single day or night I
AnyciUien>hoo.em.y be entered-bl.
foods Ukert^-hlfhoraoa stolen?his eattle
diipn off?bis barns raraged-bls grounds
^ waste, and himself and family uken
dri"? fr?m bom*?
h" <J"Po?er can bnly>be dealt with
as aa ordinary prisoner of war. Ir such Is to
ba the polioy armies of defease will be al
^most useless in Western Virginia Pift,
?feousand soldiers scattered through onr
hare the affect tbat
the prompt hanging of the wretches now ;
in Camp Chose will have. We hope the
government will oot withhold sach ad act
of mercy from onr people.
We bare a pretty large newspaper ex- i
change list and we make bold to lay, after j
long observation, that there Is not an edi- j
tor in the country who U more thoroughly '
incapable of doing justice to au opponent |
than the editor of the Wheeling Prut.? I
Time after time we hava convicted bim
of garbling and mutilating passages and
sentences from our columns in the baldsst
and most shameless manner. Never in a !
single instance that we can recall, has he j
retracted or amended bis misrepresenta- j
In the course of an article in Thursday's
paper we made the following remarks :
In the nature of things as the Louisville
Journal ably remarked a few days ago. "A
war for slavery is a war again&t it." And
this ii the issue that the rebellious South
baa presented to the conntry and the world.
The President takes up the issue, and says
if yop will have slavery without the (Joion
we will have the Union without slavery.?
80 be it, be says. You bare chosen your
; issue?cling to it if you dare.
Yesterday morning the Press took up !
tbe article from which we quote for com
ment, and in referring to the above quota
lion affirms, in italicised letters, that we
said tbe President bad resolved that u we
will have theUnioo without Slavery." Here
are own words. We quote the full sen
tence in which it occurs;
14 It (the Intelligencer) cjoes on further to
say tLat the President has resolved that
we will have this Union without slavery.'*
We ask tbe reader to notice the flagrant
dishonesty which the edit or of ibe Press has
practiced in making bis quotation. He
wilfully and dishonestly divided and garbled
a sentence in order to convey a wrong im
pression. It is a specimen of tbe dishonest
way in which he quotes everything from
bis opponents. We do not believe him
capable of fair dealing.
Tb? President of the United State. ha.
issued another Proclamation, published tbi?
morning, onljr .econd to importance to bi.
proclamation of tlie 2Jd in,t. In thi. lat
ter proclamation he e,tabli.be. martial law
over the whole country so far as the prompt
and vigorous dealing with di.loya, perso?
is concerned. Tb. writ ot h*bea, corpu.
is suspended, and all per.on, arre.led for
disloyal practice, are to he tried by a court,
martini or a military eommis.inn. Loyal
will heartily welcome thi. vigorous
demonstration. It will weed out and clean
out sider, and abettor, of the rebellion
mighty f.,t. A. the Philadelphia Amn-i
can well remark., thi. proclamation "burl,
against .hem, one and all, thosterne.t fiat
of justice. When arrested they are not to
take their chance, of e.cnpe before the civil
tribunal., where thoy may find .ympathii
ing cronies on tbe bench or In tho jury.
fUt are to b8 trie<? ?>/ courts-martial
fhi. action ha. been rendered absolutelv
'?fit u7l combination, known to
f , enlistment, and rcsi.l
the draft. So far from being mere conTec
"n.piracie, have beeo weli
timonr Tb-' 'D0*t indi?Put?<''<> tes
umony. Tbe government, therefore ia
bound, by a due regard to tbe preservation
of the r-publlc, to adopt tbe "ro*?.t
SUre9 rl J*0 10 Puni8h lh*ae Aiders and
abettor, of the rebellion. We rejoicemo.t
aC"OD- Relieving it to be
for tbe best interests of the Union."
From Philadelphia Pre?j.
TbCUP|e.rneed' re0rKa?il.ed and reinforced.-?
fiJing. Tb. dead of Sh\rp,burg ofAMi"
etam, of Shepherd,town are not ?? fat
led. Heaps of decomposed bodies are
I burning in tbe Comber/and Valley W?
of ,hoa?and, of our l.ival
bi.tbren, yet we will not star the h.nrtUr
?be destroying angel. Ion|. Our ?re?
Mn-Vr ? *? bten wounded?theyare
rapidly improving_in a few day. I her wlU
again be in tbe saddle. 7??nej win
? Gen. McClellan needs tbonn nhia M
??P0n which ProiiS.nci
, * P^ced in onr hands. Oiril ?n?. -
teKTm1"?toiT'bat ,a the ruta'? ^U wlU
food. I, i. gratif"n| to knoiv Jh.?pe '*
?yivania i. equal to th. .m.T? P'nD
oo tb. enemy, and rei frMdon> "P
| mation, be has given aa tk * proola- |
??r pSoLy.^0^- "d- "*???'J
I destrov on****? conspiracj to
bi?7ll G?Te">??o?, and all..wlU y.t
The following curious epitaph, it i. said,
U? e!,!u I' Cr*TVtra 10 IU'J- "H?re
lies Estella, who transported a larce for
Letter from Clarkibnrg.
Clarksburg, Va , Sept. 25, 1862.
Editor? Intelligencer :?
To say that allfs quiet at a military point
is sajing that there is no material for a let
ter. That is the present condition of things
here. There are a good many troops here
now,'and to quote yonr gifted cotemporarj,
affairs here are %ta la militaire''?very much
a la militaire, indeed. The Fourteenth and
four companies of the Twelfth (Virginia)
are here. Tbey are Capts. Brown, Tomlin
son. Moffatt and Mercer. These are the
companies that were harried off on a night
march the next day after the regiment ar
rived here, and marched to Buckbannon
and to Beverly. After staying there a few
days tbey were marched back to the rail
road at Webster, aod thence here. The
movement brings to mind the story of the
man who marched up the hiil and then?
marched down again. The rest of the regi
ment is at Buckhannon and has been all
along, rumors and reports to the contrary
The 12th has received its new gnns (of
the Enfield pattern) and those of them here
are delighted with the change.
Oar new Virginia troops here are doing
some heavy drilling now?from five to six
hours each day. They are making very fair
The 14th is afflicted with mumps and
measles, chiefly, however confined toCapt.
The 10th and part of the 6th Va., aod the
87th Pa. are here; also, Capt Maulsby's
battery. How many more, it might be con
traband to say.
Capt. Carlin'a battery passed here a night
or two ago on its way to Parkersbarg, or
below. That is the direction in which to
look now for stirring events. H.
Attack on Sutton ? Retreat of Our
Wbstos, Sept. 24, 1862.
Edit orm Intellia enter :
In my last 1 promised to keep you posted
as to events in this section. I now write
to let your readers know that the post of
Sutton has been attacked. Yesterday mor
ning, abont sunrise, a body of one hundred
cavalry made their appearance below the
town. * Major Withers, of the 10th Virginia,
who was in command of our foroes, imme
diately ordered bis men, one company of
I the 10th Virginia Regiment and a squad of
twenty-three of company K, 1st Virginia
Cavalry, into the fortifications. They bad
not been there twenty minutes when the
rebel3 made their appearance, in tbe woods
not over three hundred yards from our
position. They were received by a volley
from ou? boys which soon made them ske
daddle in flouble quick. So fast did they run
that it was impossible for the gallant Major
to intercept them. He, however, ordered the
Cavalry under Lieut. Dawson (a brave and
efficient young officer) to follow. Our lit
tle squad of twenty-three, pressed close on
the heels of tbe rebels for about nine miles,
when they were reinforced by three com
panies, under Lieut. Col. Barbour of the
Rebel Regular Cavalry, from Gauley.?
Seeing this reinforcement our brave boys
were forced to retire, which they did with
out the loss of a man, and brought into
camp one of the Rebels. Major Withers,
finding that it was impossible to bold his
position, fell back to Bull Town, where he
arrived this morning. There are now
about 500 men at that place, and if the
commaud is left with tbo gallant Withers
there need be no fear for the safety of
Weston and Clarksburg, li, however, tbe
command should tall on some of the offi
cers now in that part of the country God
only knows what tbe consequences may
Our scoutsreport a very large force at G*u
ley and we are of the opinion, that some
times may be looked for in Western Vir
ginia. They are well armed and generally
well equipped. Most of them are cavalry.
One thing is certain, our gallant Kelley has
not force sufficient. These is at>ove us a
great range of mountain country which re
quires a large number of bis men to guard,
and then tbe railroad is of such importance
that'small towns and stations which appear
as of no use guarding must have large for
ces to protect them. Still Gen. Kelley is
doing all he can for us, and all soldiers and
citizens, with but one exception, who be
longs to tbe former class, and who no doubt
thinks he ought to be a Brigadier, are sat
isfied with bim. Still if we could have re
inforcements we would feel safer.
I think in a day or two we shall have a
nice little skirmish at Bulltown und if we
do you shall bear from Gorb.
The Coarse of the Wheeling Press.
From the Fairmont National.
The Wheeling Press of to-day?Wed
nesday?contains a column and' a half of
slander against the President, the Admin
istration, and the Government. Its wicked
and malicious vituperation of the Govern
ment has been slipping out gradually for
some time; now, seizing the first pretext.it
boldly denounces the Administration and
the conduct of the war, and comes out for
the rebellion. It says exactly what the
Richmond Enquirer will say, and the arti
cle from the Press will be copied in all the
Richmond papers with avidity, if it should
ever reach them. If the Press is loyal, why
does it now, at this critical period of the
war, when every energy of the Government
Is required to preserve us from destruc
tion, raise the standard of revolution in our
midst, and use all its poor ability in advo
cating the cause of traitors, and putting
arguments into the montns of secessionists
here? No, it is disloyal, and never was
anything else. In the name of God, have
not the loyal people of Western Virginia
enough to contend with already, without
being stabbed to death by their professed
Now that the Frest has left the Union
party, where will it look for safety? There
are but two aides in this war. It it on one
side, and toe are on the other. We want the
Union preserved at all hazards and at all
cost, and by every necessary means ; and,
by all the power and by all the ability, and
by all the means that God has given us, we
intend now and hereafter to aid and sup
port the Government 6f the United States,
let what may come. If it Is necessary to
preserve the Government, we are for nslng
or freeing the slaves in such way and to
such ao exteft as the condition of the na
tion requires; if necessary to preserve the
Goverome it we are for destroying every
rebel in the limits of the confederacy, even
to extermination; and if necessary to pre
serve the Government, we would follow
this extermination by the torch until one
universal conflagration should desolate the
South to that men should even langh at
the comparison of the destruction of the
Sontl: with the destruction of Sodom and
Gomorrah 1 For how is the happiness and
liberty of the untold millions yet unborn,
to be compared with the despicable exis
tence of the four million traitors who dis
grace hamanity and insult God, in the
10-cmlW eoathern confederacy ? No fet
tbe sword glitter and the torch gleam until
this sootbera treason be aabdued and ob
literated; let not its mark be seen in the
days of hereafter!
The man or piper that now falters In the
the support of tbe Governmen, is not to be
trusted. Tbe Government is onr only hope.
On tbe day when the free people of this
country witbdaw their support from the
present administration in its efforts to put i
down this infamous attack upon constitu
tional freedom, "tbe blackness of darkness
foreter will settle on tbe liberties of man
kind in this Western World.
Tbe Pre** goes still farther than we
bave intimated, and in a little squib, con
temptuously asks what Is tbe difference "be
twixt tweedledee and tweedledum*' mean*
ing that Jeff Davis* rebellion la DO worse
than tbe President's effort to put it down.
Sucb a traitorous and ungrateful print
ought to be bounded from tbe community
as n disgrace to the age and a slander up
on those who have been deluded by its fol
ly. If we were the Government not anoth
er copy of the Wheeling Prut should ever
pollute tbe mail bags of tbe United States,
if we did not absolutely aod speedily end
its very existence, and either confiscate the
tjpe npon which it is printed orthrow tbem
into tbe sea!
We must support tbe administration or
all is lost. The proclamation injures no
loyal man ; it pays him for all the proper
ty be mar lose by the war, and for all tbe
slaves that may be freed. What loyal man
wants more ? Who wants rebels paid for
noything? We atmcer, none but rebels I
From the Cincinnati Commercial.
The President's Proclamation.
It ia to be expected when the President
issued bis proclamation concerning the ne
gro question as involved in tbe war, that
his policj declared in it would be misre
presented by tbe perverse partisans whose
opposition to the Administration is sharp*
ened and envenomed by hostility to the
cause of tbe maintenance ot tbe Govern
What 18 tho policy tbiit the President has
declared? Hm bo issued the proclamation
of immediate, unconditional and ""j1"?"'
emancipation, wbicb was demanded of biin
by the radicals? Certainly not.
He declare, that the war is to be?
cuted hereafter, na heretofore, with the
view of reatoriog the coostituiional rela
tion between the General Government aod
the people of the insubordinate States.
He reaffirms bis policj of compensated
emancipation in the border States, and of
paying loyal citiiens who may be deprived
of slave property by aots of the United Slates
GoTernment the full value of such proper
ty. Is there aoytbing needless, indiscrim
inate, irrational, fanatical, in this?
He declares in favor of the policy of col
onitation, having no disposition to allow
the emancipation negroes to be thrust upon
unwilling communities. If the people of
the United States desiro to pay for the ex
portation of black laborers, there is no
doubt tho President is ready to accommo
date them bv seconding their wishes; and
he is now 'looking out for eligible places
for colonies of emancipated negroes.
And what is that the President proposes
to do on the first of January ? Does be
propose to use military power to make the
negro the equal of the white man, ns the
dirtiest class of demagogues will assume 7
Does be propose to make tho war ft "fight
for niggers?" Not ft bit of it.
All that any rebel Slate has to do this
day to come into the Union with all her
constitutional rights unimpaired?with rail
power to control her local and domestic
affairs (including the slavery question)
subject only to the limitations upon pro
vincinl government of the Constitution of
United Slates?is to acknowledge the au
thority of the General Government and
send her representatives to Congress. And
if after the hundred days warning, the
rebels still bold out aod make war upon
the loyal people or the nation, it is to be
proclaimed that tbo relation of slavery is
not to be recognized in the States and
parts of Stales, in rebellion. The endeav
ors of the negroes themselves to become
freemen, will not be repressed by the na
tional troops, bui they will be countenanced
i and supported in the attempts they may
make to dissolve the servile relation wbicb
they bear to their masters. If a loyal tuft"
loses flaves he is to be paid for them. ?
a rebel loses slaves?there is an end of it.
The slaves are not to be elevated by any
artificial process. Tbe weight of the U.
S. authority is to be removed from tbeir
shoulders, and they are to be allowed to
figbt for themselves.
We do not perceive that any friend of bis
ccuntre bas a right to be displeased or
nlarmed nt this polioy?Ibe announcement
of which bas all aloog been a question of
lime and expediency, a question which it
would be worse than useless now to dis
It bas bren apparent from tho first of the
war, that if the rebels carried it to no ex
tremity, their pet institution?their '?corner
stone," as tbeir Vice-President called it?
woold be destroyed. They now receive
fair warning, that in ft litlle more than
three mnntbs the Government will promote
rather than interfere with that destrnction,
which clear headed men tbo world over
have seen was the logical result of the re
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redlatricUng of that pait of the city. ? fall attend*
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?pp'i7*4t GEO. W. SIGHTS, Clerk.?
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COOPER k 8ENSKNET,
sep87 Retail Store.
CtxnsvATl, September, 24.1862.
Sir i In accordance with the spirit and letter of
the regulations promulgated by the Secretary of the
Treasury on the 'iSth of August u.timo, you will not
allow any goods, wares, or merchandise to be ship
pea over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, nnles* ac
companied by a permit is*ued from your office; and
you will la every respect conform your action to the
requirement* or the regulations referred to, anything
contained iu previous orders or instruction* ta the
I am, very respectfully,
Your ob*t serv't.
[Signed,J TIIOS. UEATON,
Speolal Agent, Treasury Dep't.
To Taos. Hoknbbook, Esq., Surveyor of Customs,
Wheeling, Va. sep'20-dt
TIIECO-PARTNKH8U1P heretofore existing nn
der the name and Arm or J. W. PILLSBUltY A
CO., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, J. W.
Pill-bury retiring. The accounts of the late Arm
will be settled by J. Gibson, at No. 149 Main street.
J. W. P1LLJBURY,
J. GIBS> >N.
Wheeling, 8ept. 2ftth. 1862.
The Boot and Shoe business heretofore condncted
by J. W. Pillsbury k Co., will be continued at No.
149 Main street. Wheeling, and a contlnna ce of the
very liberal patronage heretofore received, is rollcit
ed by [stpMStj J. GIBSON k CO.
Important to Casta Buyers!
J AM NOW OPENING a splendid stock ef
Which I will Mil at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, |
Exclusively for Cash!
All rash buyers are particularly invited to give me
an early call before purchasing elsewhere.
No, 33, Main Street,
8ep91 JOHN KOCMER.
JUST RECEIVED, a beautlfnl a?*ortment of Pho
tograph Albums. Price from 7ft cents $6. By
J03EP11 UKAVE8. 1
reptOT No. 30 Monroe st.
FAMILY BIBLES. ,
JUST RECEIVED, a One lot of Qu rto Bible*. Tor
?ale cheap by J04EPH GRAVES,
eep9*2 No. 83 Monroe st.
JUST REOEI VED?SOLDIERS PORTFH ,
lias, Pocket Ink 8tands, Gold Pens, Ac. For eale
low by J0dEPUURAV*S,
tpi2 No. 30 Monroe at.
Sorghum Sugar Cane Mills.
Hoylem pat. bdoar CKUM HILLS, tb.
be?t Mill in us*, for sale by
?pgQ P. a H1LDRETH k Bron 63 Main st.
lOn BDlj8 Sheet Iron, assorted numbers.
BmiTiNl by * 1,011 ?or???por.ling paiu,
?.pSO P. O- niLDRKTB * BttO. hi 1U1. .1
MULE FOR SALE.
COAL BANK MULE of enltable size and very
docile. Having no preeent use for him wQI be
eold low. Apply to
-Pl??f NORTON, ACUESON k CO.
AT T8.?-Uome beauuml Head Neu Just received
1^1 at the Variety Store of
. D. NICOLL k BRO
J*1* ? lot Mala street.
Have Just received their first stock of
Fall & Winter Dry Goods.
To which they Invite the attention of buyers. eeplO
NOTICE TO NEROHAVTB AND
DEALERS IV GENERAL.
anno BUNDLES OF CROWN, DOUBL*
* Crown aod Medina Straw Wrapping
Paper of first quality, for sale in lots to suit purchas
ers. Ham aad Barrel paper made to order by
~^ JNO. H SPINNING,
M|*^f Book-Binder, Intelligencer BniMiag.
I. I. HITCHCOCK'S
A RKANa*M?KTOr 6TUDT
J\. n?? .<??. u l.from Still II In th.manlw. ilx
1862. FALLJBADE. 1862.
?erjr Important to tit*
ARMY OF VIRGINIA1
Jut Received at
POLLACK'S NOTION HOUSE
107 MAI2f-ST.t WHEELING,
A SUPERB ASSORTMENT OF XPAULETTK8,
A ?worda,Saahea, Sword-belta, Officer'* Insignia,
Reel Bock Gauntlet*, Knapaacke, Dagaera, Tele
aoopca, Portefdlioa end ? Traveling Vlaaks,"?for sale
at New York Pricee.
The patronage of Offioeraand Soldiara will promote
their own internet.
ordera from the loterlor promptly filled.
Alao, a farther airlral of Childrena' Carriage*, Bird
Cage*. Traveling Baaketa, British Uoaierj, Pellack'a
Paria Manufactured Kid Gloves
At OlfB DOLLAR a pair: and Yarlctj Good*, gener>
Seventy fire caaea Urrman Toy*, now on ft* way
from Europe, will reach hero in time for the Pall na*
?on, to which the attention of the t-ade U politely di
rected. rirSII AUGUSTUS POLLACK.
W. D. SAWTELL & BROS.,
Cheap Clothing Establishment,
No. 9 MONROE STREET!
CootUtlnJ of the flnett a*ortmeot of
CLOTUS. PLAIN AMD FANCY CA3SIMBRE8 AND
VK8TISO ,OV*R-COATINOS, *o,
in Ih.clljr, which w.ar.pn;P*rjd to
dbortMt notice and Id Ihe MOST rASHlUN
AIao particular attention paid to
for Officer* of th? Armj.
W. D. SAWTELL * BH.O.
p a.?SILK A WOOLEN f LAOS made to order
?pl, W. P. ?.* BBO-_
NEW STOCK! NEW STOCK!
STERLING SILVER WARE.
STERLING SILVER WARE.
STERLING silver ware?
Fine Silver Plated Ware,
PISE SILVER PLATED WAKE
Fine Silver Plated Ware.
A large and excellent itoclc of
Bare and Beautiful Styles,
est received and for sale wholesale and retail by
eepll J. T. SCOTT Jfc CO.
The People's Bank.
OFFICE No G9 Main street. Wheeling, Va.
Money received on deposit. Interact paid on
'WSXm discounted. Exchange bought and
?old. Collections at bom# or from abroad promptly
J.O Harbour, Chrlrtton Ileee.
J. T. Scott, John Vockler,
Ssm'l J. Boyd. Richard Carter.
3 J. a HARBOUR, Pree'to
J. K. PIOKKT. O?h*r. ?"?
K. O. BDGAIl.
Or nilDS. prttn. Sugar, JoatrtcolTed direct from
0rU"- "T LI8T. MORRISON * CO. ?
At Reduced Prices.
AMERICAN WATCHES FOR
rpHI AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY fire notice
that they have lately lamed a new ?tyl# of Watch,
expressly designed for Soldier, and others who desire
a good watch at a moderate price. Tbeee watchee
ara Intended to dUpUce the wortblees, cheap wateh
em Of British and Swiss manufacture, with which the
country Is flooded, and which were never expected
to keep time when they were made, being rtftaee
manuftcturee, sent to this country, because unsafe,
able at home, and used here only for jockeying and
We offer to eell our Watch, which la of THE MOST
SUBSTANTIAL MANUFACTURE, AN ACCURATE
AND DURABLE TIME KEEPER, ami In Sterling
Silver Caeee, Hunting pattern, at as low a price as Is
asked for the trashy Ancrtt and Lepines of foreign
make, already referred to.
We hare named the new serfee of Watch ee, WM?
ELLERT, Boston, Maes., which name will be found
on the plate of every Watch of this manufacture
| and Is one of our trade marks.
Boll by an respectable Jeweler* In the loyal Statse^
Wholesale orders thou Id be addrrsMd to
ROBB1NS * APPLETON,
Agents of the American Watch Company,
sepQ.lmZndp 188 Broadway, N. Y,
Have received their entire
FALL & WINTER STOCK
Hats and. Caps,
To which they invite the attention ofbuyere.
WB have this day received a large assortment o
MILITARY HATS and CAW, at wholesale
eepl6 HARPER A BRO.
rpnc PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be
1 tween Jeremiah'C emens and R. T. Friend, under
the title of CLEMENS A CO., is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. All persons indebted to the
late firm, or having claims againrt It, will call up ra
Jeremiah Clemens, by whom the bus in see of the firm
will be eettled. \
Mr. Ctemene will still carry on the busineee at the
old stand on Main street. eeptft^m
The Commonwealth of Virginia,)
ADJUTANT GKNKllAL's OFElCtt, V
Waxxuxo, Van 8?pt. 3d, 196SL )
HPO ALL PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS who
X bare applied to the Governor of Virginia for
You are requested to report here ta petsou lmmo
By order of the Governor.
eeptt tf H.J SAMUELS, AdJt Pen. Ya.
3 Bales Grey Blinket*, regulation weight.
b do*. Bine striped Shirts.
A do Gr#y Flannel Overshlrts.
ft do do Knit do
ft do do do Undershirta.
S do Bnck Gloves, extra heavy.
S do do Gauntlets, extra fine quality,
Just received at
seylft STONE 4 THOMAS*.
Apples Ibr Sale
STILL THEY COME!
Second Spring Stock
CARPETS, RUBsTOIL CLOTHS,
W all Paper,
Hattlngs and Curtain Materials
IN GREAT UHim BEAUTIFUL STYLES.
ALL of which I am selling VERY CHEAP
FOR CASH I
All an In Tiled to call and examine my stock, ad
see the bargains that ceo be had at
J. C. HARBOXTE'8,
Jyl 143 UiOiStuif.
T B. BPBHFIBIJ). Jr.
No. 82)i Monroe Street,
myU WHHUNg, YA.
ABB. ROBERTSON, M. D.
mm _ DENTIST,
1*3 Market St.,
OB. S. G. WINOHRT.T.,
Office am ?e 145 Harket-gt.
All tub real improvements in the art
that have ben thoroughly teated will be protnpU
ij adopted at thia office.
Prices ee lour aa good aad permanent work eae
be prodnced. All dpsratfoae warranted. declO
8WORD8, SADRKS, SASHES,
Mathematical Instruments, Ac.,
In Oreat Variety at
CUTLERY * MUSIC STORE,
No. 195 Maln-at.
Wheeling, Virginia, Jnly 4. 1882.
For Rent and Sale.
SS The aabecriber hae for rent. Store Bo Otas,
^flanull and large; alao Offices In good bnfldinga,
atory; Dwelling Houeee for rent; fhrfldlag
Lota and other real tatate for aale.
Offlce No. UIU, op atairs, Main ft,
feb28 between Monroe and Union.
GBEAT IMPROVEMENTS IN
Patentee Febuary 14th, I860.
rpnis MACHINE la constructed on aa entirely new
A principle of mechanism, possessing n ?ny rare
and valuable improvements, baring been examined
by the moat profound exports, and pronounced to be
SIMPLICITY and PBUPECTlO.N' CoMblNED.
The following are the principal objection* urged
againat Sewing Machines:
1. Excessive labor to the operator.
2. Liability to get cut of order.
3. Expeuac, trouble and lues of time in repairing.
4. Iucapatity to aew every description or material.
6. Diaagreeable noiae while in operation.
The EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE
la Exempt from all these
It baa a eta sight needle perpend'cular action,
makea the LOCK or SHUTTLE frTITCU. which wUl
N EiTllEK KIP nor RaVKL, and ia alike on b?4li
aide-; performs perfect sewing oo every dwer ptioa
of material, from Leather to the finest Naneook Mu
lin, with cotton, linen or eilk thread, from the coer
aest to the finest number.
Having neither CAM nor OOG WnRKL. aad the
least puMsible friction, it runs as smooth as glass, and
A Noisele-s Machine.
It requires PlPTY PEK CENT leee power to drive
It then any other Machine In market. A girl of
twelve yeara of age can work It steadily, without fa
tl^ue or Injury to health.
Its atreogth and WONDERFUL SIMPLICITY of
construction render It almost lmpoae bleto get out of
order, and is GUARANTEED by the Company to
giro entire aatiefaction.
*Ve respectfully Invite all those who may dssire to
?apply themselves with a superior article,to caU aad
examine thia UMBIYALLED MACHINE.
But ia a more especial manner d* we solicit ths
MERCHANT TAILORS DRESSMAKERS.
COACH MaKERS. CORdET MaKKKg,
OA1TER FITTKKS, SHOE BIDDERS,
SHIRT and BOSOM MAKERS.
TEST and PANTALOON MAKERS.
Religious and Charitable Institutions will b
llberelly dealt with. ?
Price or Machines, Complete:
No. 1, or Family Machine. 143 00. No. 2, Small
sixed MenulacturinK, $c0 00. No. 3, Large SUa
Manufacturing, $75 00.
Cabinets in Every "Variety.
We want Ageats lor all towns *u the United dtalcs,
where agencies are not already estab.ldied, to whoa
a liberal discount will be given, but we make nocoo
J. T. Me ARTHUR Jb CO.,
610 Baoanwar, Niw Yoax.
W. D. SAWTELL & BRO.,
Agents for Wheeling.
Laoghlins & Bushfield,
No. 72 Main-street,
toT D'- A' ?- TmIiI'i liver
?IlC' I ??d will be Sold bp Ibcm ??
DBS TODD'S CELEBRATED LITER PILL&
CBB TODD'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS
OS* TuDDS CELEBRATED LIVER FILL&
2E liiS" AT LAL'UIILISB A BDSHPIELD.
"ET Til Ell AT LAUOUUKS A BL'SHFIELD.
TH** -*T LA COHUiU A BC211P1ILD.
Todd ? fill. c*n U lull b, Lfe. rjvw.
Todd'. nib CM b. I?d b, tb. irw?
Todd'. PUT. cu b. hwl by lb. from.
At T^'iyhlllW <fc BushfielJ.
At Laughlins & ISiishtiti1
AtXanghKns dc Rn.hfi^LL
NO MORE LA ROE DOCTOR BILLS I
WO MORE DF.BIUTATINQ LITEM 1
NO MORI SICK HEADACHES!
IE Von IIh Todd'. Pill.,
ir T.o Vmm Todd'. PI1U.
I' T?? U.e Todd's Pill a.
Ao more Dytpeptia !
Ifo mart Vertigo/
A'o more Lou of Appetite I
IP TOC USE TODD'S PILL!
IP TOO USE TODD'S PILLS
IP TOO CSC TODD'S PI LI4
" Send as Tpdd's Liver Pil!!"
" Send us Todd', Liver Rill!"
"Send tw Todd's Liver Hill !"
cone PROM ALL O0R gustomees.
OOMES PROM ALL OCR CUSTOUEK9
, COMBS PROM ALL OUR CUSTOMERS.
TIIKT ARC THE REST PILLS MADE.
TUET ARB THE BEST PILLS MADE.
THST ARB TUB BIST PILLS MADE,
I. lb. Mlp opinio. <X IWm.
1. tA. OCl/Opi.lo. oftbML
IATTORLINS * BOSHPraA ^N^T AGCTTf,
LAOnHLTNS A BCsHPIELD. 0.VLT AOESTJ
LACGULINS k BCSHPIELD, OSLT AGIST*.
To Sell by tti. CtoMtilr.
To Sell bj tb. QuoUlj.
T. Ml be tb. Qnutilf.
CALL AT NO. 72 MAIN-STRBBP.
CALL AT JIO. 73 M AUMTRIET. .
CAlXAT?0.7a MAIN-STREET. I"