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W^JBELINGh W: VA., MONDAT MORNING.? MA3T ,29,^865.
The Great Internal Bemedy.
, BLOOD PURIFIER.
a x j .v .i'lW
/'i Wonderful Curative Properties are On.
doubted. It it alway, taken internally.
From the number of teetimoniali received,
are induced to believe it curu nme eatet
out often when directiont are etrictly fol
lowed. It it unequalled for the cure of
RHEUMATISM, OOUT, NEURAL
QIA, and kindred dieeaeet. lor the re
Scrofula, King* BviL Sfold Mead.
Tetier', y&ky Worm, #c ? medicine
claims a vatt superiority over all othert.
Itt toothing and penetrating qualities are
felt at toon at taken. Try it and be con
tJmicHT UI, January 11,1866
Ma. W. H.Potit:?Deer felr: In NoramtMr. 1803.
my Wire waa taken with a nnrc attack or Itflato
nia'oiy Rheumatism, confining her to bar bad, and
r**1 derlng ber entirely be pleas tor oyer fonr month*,
after ?bich aha Improved lb hatlth sufficient to be
prnpped tip lo ber bed. and occasionally the calm
woul.l leave her to abe Raid get abcot tbe room
upon crntehee. Bat lor more than a rear the could
not lilt a pound weight, and with great tronble
eould Ibe (red herself Cold hand* and bet van
her constant companions. ?ke snfterwd terribly
most or tbe lime, with severe palm or cram pa In
her stomach, which appeared periodically, once a
month, keeping her Id i ed a week at a time. Upon
m> visit home frcm my teg meet, (61at O. V. I..)on
the ad day or lit ceo ber lait, 1 called at your drug
atore and toond you openlnv lone new goods,
among which wai Juhoa.n'e Kheumatlo Compound
and Blood Porlfler. Atyoor augieatlon Ipnrchaaeo
a b'ttle. it actcd like a charm In ber case Bhe
ha. been entiiely free or tho pain In bar stomach,
her fret and hsnds are warm, the la now doing her
own boose woik, etd yaatarday did the chnrelng.
aod jou bare lb s day r< ceiled a Tlalt from ber to
thank yon In person for the Ueavenly (at tbe en I la
It) relief she baa received from the nae or Johnson's
Combound. IBAIAH MOOS.
1 do meat cheerfully affirm to the above descrlp.
tion of nay caae aa Una la every respect
u ? PlTTi BUnOW, January A If66.
Messrs. H. E. Uiiliu A Co.:?Dear Mrs: It la
with Ihegnateat of pltaatrethat I hereby testify
to the emc.cy or y.ar -Hteomatlo Compound ? Or
all the lemedlea I ever tried for Rheumatism vonrs
without doubt.ls tbe sureat a. d meat speedy. I was*
a complete n artjr .o that dlaease be ore using your
Oomponrd, hot sltee tben I have been like a new
f ": Y' urmedlclae Is Invaluable, beyond doubt,
anc I hereby recommend It to all afflicted aa the
only ?on cur? for that j afnfnl diieue.
JAa. B. McOLATOHIY,
Wltneaa?P, A. McClelland! " B? ,treet*
MfSara. H V ??.a?"?^?"8'^fI"l,rJ,18'1M8
?? i?r Btw*# k Co.:?Qeuta: Allow me
?? V11 yo? ^at 1 a boy, tlx Tears of see so
afflicted with Kh fcomatlam that bit leg waa drawn
moch After tr3 lug all
the llniireuta 1 tould bear of, to no purpoie, 1 waa
recotntnrod.d to try Johnton'j Rhenmatlc Com
pound, manuhctured hy yon. I pnrchaaed a bottle
and before tbe hall or It was nsed the boy'a leg be
1b Jnatlce to yon I take pleasure In givlriff
jou this Information, lor tbe good of thoaa ?hn
afflicted alifa theaame dl-eaae h? ***
W. *. BOOTH, 9th Ward.
3E. SELLERS Os CO,
CORNER WOOD AND SECOND STREETS,
mJ20 PITTDBHROn, PA,
v I CATARRH
. I REMEDY.
MO B 0? TREATMENT IB
TI1K ACHE OB" PJCKFKCTIOH
I* Cells Htr, Roes Aire PaaloDIo OATARRH.
It Onus CATARRH.. m lt, rrrst un> 8,1S11.
I? OcmuOATARRH, iwann,Oobsuhwiob.
It CuanCATARRn, tap Tun la thb Tufui
No noun Kratmiita of tbs Hun.
Tat 8ti<tl or Tim tire 8?iu. Rnrous.
aJ"oeulurieaOaUrrh haa deBed the aklllof pbys
Ictana aod ?nrgoonm. No medical work emubia .
No form of OatatTh can withstand Ita
From the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser.
. ^oe*?Pmuowo OAiaia.-Dr R
ale a Catarrh Remedy and mode of treatment nnt
?!' ?"<?"? ?be greatsat reji^n ey^S^y or
Catarrh, but it exUDculahaa the ?" ,
M1IU t,pe? aud stagea. K.Try ^e wT?.
Pric. UM per Boule. 8cud
aln*a Npw Pamphlet on Oatarrh. Ita peHact moda of
treatment, and rapid cure. Information of nrlce*
!?? value ?Kami or call at one*. P
Noaroii A Co^ Sole Amenta, 74 Bleecker fit N V
QAN. LIHTA WbIiu^QAN * ??- "d U>"
Patent Drilling Machine,
HYDRAULIC SAND PVHP,
*f!'inJNf 4NV? 0ABT rR0'* DK?VI(io^tTE (b^
Will be rurnlshed If deal red. at a reasonable nrJi.i
5?lumJ? pnrp<>~ of, ??lls In dUfarenl
PaTiit l?.^.1^8 " "IDOT<Ki the wall by oai
?^" ?^'??nall Oil jasgy. 5*. ?P*
? ??''???* from 4M ?DSSrr.
JJTWoffc? Ifl to -0 d^. ^ uaS,*?b J
K?wtch. Nawb7r,r^Y?.SrSS^.Sp" I?11
A Rtw feature in Dentistry.
Stoam Dental Satabliohment.
T" AMS^oer ?
AU work warraniad to ha P^fectW
?PtS-lmdaw *' WtNOBJttL,
'***? ?? tim.
WHEAT & FORBES,
Attorneys at taw,
1 north of It. A M,
D. 8. MARSHAL'S SALE.
United States 1 Distri-t Court of the United
f Statee far the District of Wert
Jefferson T. Martin f Virginia, at Wheeling- fan
end others. J Term, 1804. In Chancery.
glnla, rendered at the Fell Term, 1886, at Wheeling,
Id the above entitled canee, I will on TUESDAY,
JUNB 18th, 1886. at the front door or the Oonrt
tract of land (containing about one hundred acree
more or Ian) situate in the forfca of Big Grave Creek
In i aid county of Marshall, and in said decree men*
tfoned, being a part of the fkrrn that Jamee Barley
bought of John Gallagher, and bounded as follows;
to-wit: beginning at a stake In the mouth ot a
creek with the original line of said eurv?kWi*h the
several courees and distanoes thereto, to the oentre
of a large cot in the bottom made by the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad Company, and where the creek
. ; " "
half acree, heretofore sold to Robert Alexander? I
i thenoe with eald Alexander's line eastwardly to ?
stake in, the field, oorner to said Alexanders thenoe
eouthwardly with seld Alexander's line to the north
side of the Baltimore and Ohio BaOrbed; thenoe
eastwardly along the side of said railroad to the
origiaal line of said survey; thence eastwardly with
the original line, with the. several courses and d"
tances -thereto,-to a stake, ebifaer to said Wm.
Davis; thence northwardly with the eald Wm.
Davie? line to the beginning.
TERM 8 Of SALE?Fifteen per cent, oi the pur*
chase money 1n hand; the belance in three equal
Instalments at six, .twelve and eighteen months,
with tnterest cn each deferred insfalit^ht from the
day of sale until.plld; the purchaser giving bond
with good security for said deferred instalments,
with the privilege of ?sylnc all or any portion of the
deferred payments at the nixt term of this Court.
Sale to commence at two o'clock P. M*
EDWABD M. NORTON,
aprtS-td U. 8 MashaL ;
V. 8. HAB8BAU? IALH of^TEAH
BOAT ? COTTAGK Ho.
Dibirict ootjrt or thb cnitbd btatm
for the Diitrlct of West Virginia, Spring Term
1866, at Wheeling.
Xdwln 0. Paden )
va. Vln Admiralty.
Steamboat 'Cottage No. 3." j
Tn obedience to a . decree oi the said Court pro
nounced and entered oh the 11th day of April,1866,
in the above entitled cause, I shall sell at pUbllo
auction, on WEDNESDAY, THB 7th DAT OFJCNB,
11860, commsncing at 10 o'clock A. M, at the PubJip
Landing in the city ol Wheeling, the Steamboat
?COTTAGE No. 2," her engines, tackle, outfit, and
furniture, as she now lies in the port of Wheeling.
TKBM8 0F SALE:
One-half the purchase money In Cash, the remain
der in two eqoai installments, payable in three and
six months after date,-frith Interest'from date until
paid; the purchaser giving bonds with good personal
security, to be approved by me, for said deferred
I bis sale is made at the risk of I. C, Paden, the
purchaier at the former sale, he having foiled to
comply with Its terms.
? EDWARD M. NORTON,
mygMd U.S. Marshal.
I OFF KB FOR 8ALB MY PBOPERTT, situated
on the line of the National road, four ml lee east
of the city of Wheeling. Said property constate ol
my residence, containing eleven rooms and. an .attic
finished, bath rooms-aed all modern imp rove me nts;
also fourteen acree of ground attached, on which' are
convenient oat-houses, treluding hrick stabling,
ice and spring house, chlckdry and two cisterns.
Also one hundred and twenty-five Apple treee of
choice klndn Pear, Peaeb?Plum and Quince treee, sll
bearing. There are also choice selections of Qrapes,
Raspberries, Blackberries, Strawberries and other
small fruits. The grounds are finely laid out with
evergreens and other ornamental shrubbery.
I will aleo sell my Household Furniture to any
one desiring to purchase all together.
Persons desiring to consult me In regard to prloe,
teims of payment, Ac., can leave their names it
the Oas Company's office or visit me on the premises.
fc**-tl JACOB HORN BROOK.,
Sale of Yaluabfe Real Estate
IN TUB CITY Or WHEELINQ.
I WILL, ON THB Slat DAT Of UAT,18?S,at the
front door of the Court House in the city ot
Wheellog, offer for sale the property In said city
known as the "Wheeling Cotton Mills" (unlees sold
at private sale on or before thst day) together with
ail the cnachlnf ry and fixtures thereto belonging.:
TBRMS OF SALE?One-balf in hand paid, ana the
residue in one end two years frcm date with inter<
est, secured by deed 6f trust on the property. The
Sure baser may pay the whole purchase motaey In
? nd if he desires to do so. J. B. JAORSON.
May 8,18*6. my 18
LOTS ITT SOUTH t$TH?EIiINQ
I WILL eell the "Lot numbered' thirty-ninn and
the north half of Lot numbered twenty fonr. In
that partof th.^Ttnra rt Booth .Wheeling known M
La Orange. Enqolre of WILLIAM BXLE7, Baa..
orvjMlt The tlUe la nod.
. . JAMES 8. WHEAT, |
LOT No. 18, iltnate on fifth itreet, Bait Wheel
ing, on which Is a good double brick house,
containing eight rooms, good pantries, qpllar, Ac.
Outbuildings all in good repair. j
Also, Lot No. 118. situate on' Marker street. Cen
tre Wheeling, on whioh are two good brick houses
containing seven rooms each, with pantries, cellars,
tc; all in good repair. j
for further particulars enquire at No.60 and 62 I
Main street, of ?
myl6 WM H. RUSSELL.
ONE VIFTBEN HORSE 8TBAU ENGINE, one
Five Horse Steam Engine, one Cylinder Boiler
22 feet by 88 Inches, pomps and valves, complete
and in running order. Apply to
108T0N A 8TORBY.
aplfc-tf Cor. Qulncy A Market streets*
Pryor, Miller, & Co.,
(Snceeaaora to James K. Baker.] . / . .
WHOLE8ALE, GROCERB j
PBOV18ION DEALEH8, ,
No,. 4.8 & Ol MAIN 8TBBKT
at. T. uu. j. o. warn
CARR & WHEATE,
WHEBL1NO, W. VA. i
OTO MOSROB 8TRBBT, under the MTLnxa I
Of" Particular attention given to the develop- 1
meat of OIL LANDS. Topographical Mane anr*
Plau neatly and accurately executed, aprll-lm
Philadelphia Bonnet Depot.|
Biu or TBI En, Wnn an Bun Boor.
J. 33. -W T Hit 1
??. 1W Btatn a treat.
Q. B. CALDWELL,
A TTOBVEY FOB ALL MTLTTABT CLAIMS, .
A BACK PAT, Bounty,Tensions, Act
A^Offloe? Melodeon Building, rooms formerly i
occupied by Caldwell A Boyd, opposite Bank of
Bmrsxsxcss:?His ExoeDency A. L Boreman, Gov
ernor of W set VlrxlsAa. F. P. PetrpotnU AdJutan*
General of Wset YsgMa. &. Brady, Cashier Mer
cheats' and Mechanics? Bank. D. CL List, Cashier
Bank of Wheeling.
FUETBBE RIDDOTIOH I* OB.0CEEIE8.?I1
hare again rataoed the prioea ot artlalea |
taaytlm. t ~ R_ J. SMYTH,
afl> Oora.r Mart el and Qahaar atneU.
taeth. ?*??>., ?*??>??? ar.
DAILY, ?j man, on* yaar 48 00
_ Mx month! 4 00
? by Olty Carrier*, per week 18
VRI-WKKKLT, one year ? 00
six mcmtha S 60
WEEKLY, on* year.... ~..... 9 00
m. six inontha...M.Hm......MM..m. 1 00
M. ? each additional time
z M two wecki,,., ~iv.ii 1
m. .. one montlu.MH........H.M......,MH.. 8 w
BnflTM *9f Professional Carda, not changeable
i>n theflrst or fourth page*, $20 per year; Q2 for
. Mfettttc*, Death and Religion* Hotfceft, TKeentf
YEAfiliY ADVBBTI^pra^ ^
A oolnmn per year. $ 60 00
4 , M 90 00
? ~ ~ ... 160 00
The artUt Carpenter contributes to tbU
peek's fndtpmdmt another interesting
:hapter of reminiscences of Mr. Lincoln.
In my former communication the inri.
ients related were mostly of a tender
?hetic character. WIthtbe maUitnde^l
-asee convicted of 'mllitarv nff?n n ? ? a
, M? . ?? "ne.f or "dress from hard!
is possible of Mr. Lincoln's daily life and
:haracter, and, while enlarging upon the
KSf't? tb? bnrdons whioh pgre..M?
town, the sadoeBs and pathos of bis nal
?ore, I would not forget, or have others
ftSS'kSw 0th6r, flLde of tin?-more pop"
liarly known and better understood?hi.
"m 6M and lo!e ?' humor, as express
in his story, telling propensity.
IB. LIB00LB ilDISl "P*TBOL?DK t. nas
iftM?:j*_C?-rn!! 0f hie deBk h8 kept a copy
if some humorous work, and it was frn
-p~S"I"r,ki"?'.vg? Si as
:hat evening was a party oompoTed of a
?enatoc/a representative, an ex-Heutenarit
jovertforof a* western stete! WwXS
.They had busies"
??." .h J paperet" "No. I have not "
was .the answer; "Who is Nashj?" 'There
isaohap-oat, in Ohio," returned the Pres
ident, "who haa been writiog a series of
letters in the newspapers under the siena
lure oTP&troleum V.? Nfcby;^'Some8Sri"e
JJ2L 55 f P?mPblet collection of them the
a? * ng t0 write to 'Petro
ien^im ifT" m"" here. ?Dd I intend to
Lell him if he will communicate his talant
to me, I will map places with himi". There
Ink anda[?k"' W6Dt,'? a drawer in Mb
iesk, and, wking out the "Utters," he sat
lowc rftjd readoae to (he company, fiod
_ng in their enjoyment of It the temporary
L .'n ST51 afad-r?Uel whi<* another mSn
prv.uld,ba,V0,fout)d in a glass of grogl The
?s?at M? fc4a8Bdi 'he book was throws
h.a oountenance relapsed into its
iiabitual serious expressioo, and the busl
?aerneT^'ered T wUh ">e utmost
aw WIBBTIfW WXI9 THl miB.L ruo, OOK.
AmobgHis stories freshest in my mind
one which be related to me shortly aftiM
ts occurrence belongs to the history iof
the-famobs interview; nn.boird the Hirer
Queen at Hampton Roads, between himsSf
and Secretary Howard and the rebel Peace
Commissioners. It was reported at th<
time that the Presideot told a "little store"
on that ocdA'tion', and the inquiry wit
ar0U.n2, ftmon8 1,16 newspapers. "What
w*>U?? . The New York published
what purported to be a version bf it hnr
&'&Wl ?- entirely lost, and
ted nHjhtentlonr Being in Washington a
.h!,rl ^ ?.net", C?>y pfeMons sojourn
there having terminated about the 1st of
August), I asked Mr. Lincoln one day "if
it was true that he told Stephens Hnnt??
and Campbell > Story T" ' n,er
"Why y?s," he replied, manifesting some
?urprise, "but haa it leaked out? I Wm
ta hopes nothing would be said about U
lest some .over-seositive peoplfe should im
agine tbtrs wu a degree of levfty in the
intereonrse between us." He then went
on to reUte the oircumstances which called
it out. HYon gee." said he; "we bad
reached and were discussing the slaverr
question. Mr. Stephens laid, substanUallv
that,the.slaves, always aocustomed to la
?T""" work upon compqlio"
suddenly freed, ui.^y wonld be if the
South should oonseut to peace on the basis
of the emancipation proclamation, wonld
precipitate not only themselves bat the
entire southern society into irremediable
rnio- -f" ?oWd be done, nothing
woiild be cultivated, and both black and
whites wnnld starve." .
"Said the President, "I wafted foe 8ew
?*d to aaswer.that argument, but at lie was
silent, I at length ?atd : Mr. Btephena
ought to know a great deal inner Sbbnt
this matter than /, for yon have al??.
lived under the slave system. I ean on'v
say in reply to yonr etatement of the case
that ft remidde meof a man out in IllinoU
by the name *f Owe, who: mdertook a
fewyears ago, to raise a very largThird
of hogs. It was a great usable to fud th^T
and how to get a^onnd this wiiTSfSl
tohim. At WhhehTon^e pK
planting, an immense field of polatoM and
when they were suffleieoly
tamed the whole ;herd into the ial?'. j
let them have full swing, thus savins
only the tebor of feeding the hoes hSf
that of digging the PoWo^'nl ^^
*? ??o?4 one dsj^lSSlS
agaUat the fsooa ooanting his hom,^^~
"^ neighbor came atong^^I^.^ j
hn?lMr' t-1' aUverT fine, tori,
hogs are doing very well jut now. bat von
?sr T* X8 ,n Tvl: tbi ft?" ?55
5Mv? . '"B groan i freezes for a font
J'eP" Then what are they going to do ?
'"*? ? Tiew of tfce matter Mr. Case had
for B^hering time
for hogs was way on la December or Jari
uarv. > K,. . "J" or Jan.
be -root'bog or dieV"? -He did not
1either of the "Commissioners"
made any reply to this way of "patting
lltt?? m f? *?ry evident that there was
If .ho "gnment necessary oik one aide I
?f the question at least 1 I
A'BTOBT 0? AIDB1W J OH* 00 If. ? I
,nJJ' Wncoln told M this story of "Andy I
Jf Mlllo. ?L In tbff habit
:lt WM ?A? weeki prior
to the Baltimore Convention, before it wu I
known tbai'Gorernor Johnson would be I
,???'?ee f0* ?>" -Vioe Presidency. Said
tfnnH il?" ,B8t night from Oolonel I
Moody, 'the fighting Methodist fS ,,
38 '? calledin 1 Tehneaaee. He is on bis
En W JMlMelphla Conference, and,
oeing in Washington over night, oame on
Jo ?ee me. He told me," he continued!
this story of Andy Johnson and General
Buel, which interested me intensely. Col
Moody wag In NikhTille the day it was re
??rte<} that^Buelf had decided to"v?cna"e
the city. The reoelg, Btrongly.reinforced,
the'raniti b>?fwlthlQ tw0 daJ"' march of
the capital. Of coarse the oily was greatly I
rohnan' U~d7> 'I went in search of
i ?? u,edge of the evening, and
rent&ml? a 5 office' ?'0?eted with two
jentlemen, who were walking :the floor
with him, one on each side. As I entered I
they retired, leaving me alone with John- I
?D' ,? ,?ame UP '<> me manifesting in
tense feeling and said: 'Moody, we are
0,1,1 Bnel is a traitor! He is going
to evacuate the city, and m forty-eigbl
mbeh "Vk V b? in ,h? haods of ,he
rebels. Then Tie commenced pacing the
Soor agaia twisting hie banda and chafing
ijL"?,?"*? utterly insensible to hi!
friend a entreaties to become calm. 8nd
ienly be turned and said: 'Mobdy, can
pon pray ? JTbat is my business, eir. aa a I
nimsler of the Gospel,'returned the Ool
Jne'*, *<ui Moody, I wish yon would
pray, said Joboson; and instantly both
went down upon their knees at opposite
lides of the room. As the prayer became
J.ohn'?n began to respond in trne
Methodist style. Presently he crawled
>ver on his bands and knees to Moody's I
ude, and put hia arm over him, manifesti
ng the deepest emotion. Closing the
prayer with a hearty 'Amen I' from each
hey arose. Johnson took a long breath
ind said, with emphasis, 'Moody I feel
Petter I' .Shortly afterward be aaked.'Wni
rou stand by me t' 'Certainly 1 will,' was
Me answer. .Well, Moody. I.can depend
,???JoaA y?? ffce onB 'n a hundred thou
sand I He then commenced pacing the I
loor again. Suddenly he wheeled, the
lorrent of his thdught having changed.
'w- w l. ' Uood7? 1 don't want you to
bink l have become a religious man be
> J1? 10 pr&n I tm sorry to
a' nt ' am not, and have never pre- I
ended to be religious. No one knows
bis better than yon; bnt, Moody, there Is
?? abollt il?1 do believe in Al
nighty God I And I believe also in the
VB?.dJ 1,11 be d'mn?d if Nash- [
"?? shall be sarrendered 1' "
And Nashville was not surrendered.
1 D.lerlptlo? or llu Aiiw.
aim on Trial ai Waihlngton.
The moBt grapbio personal description f
ret given of the conspirators on ' trial at
Washington, appears in the New York |
Mcthodut of last week, written by Rev. Dr.
B. H. Nadal, one of the editors of that pa.
paper. He says of
We begin with Mrs. Surratt, who pre-1
lents herself in the light of a mother, if not
to the bloody plot itself, at least to the
beasts ot Epheeua" now on trial. Her I
Souse in Washington was the meeting I
place ol the horrid crew, and her own son
a partner with her and the rest of them in
the conspiracy. She, it will be remember
ed; on the day of the murder, drove ont to
3ar?tUvilla with what she graphically de
scribed as "the shotting irons," for wbiob I
Both and Herold called in their flight down,
the western, peninsala. of Maryland. 8he
played the tigress in nursing the purpose
of the assassins until it was fully ready for
asked permission to kneel "and say her
prayers before being marched away by the I
offioers. 8he actually did kneel,-and no
doubt repeated 4k"Hail Mary." But will
Lb?.r~d.ar Panee and take a view of this
woman t She sits there, in the corner, the
first In the row of criminals?a position of
honor to wbiohher age and intelligence en
title her. The reader at first finds a veil,
a thin one, between him and the object
of his scrutiny. Wait a moment: this
witness is called on to identify ber, and her
lace mnst be uncovered. Sbe is modest I
and reluctant, bat justice is stern, and her I
shyness must give way. There, now, yoa
Bee the face perfectly; and, between us.it
is a fine one. Indeed, if there were nothing
the matter, and we were called on at this
distance of ten feet, to give an opinion, wa I
should pronounce her, for a woman of her I
age,handsome. Sbe is tall and large, with
out being fat, weighing perhape a hundred
and eighty pounds. Her hair, seen in the
shade of her bonnet, reveals no gray, and I
n ? beautiful dark brown, well polished
with Uie brush Her face, as befits sncb a I
form, is broad,*but not coarse?just there
verse. It is fair, the cheek aligbtly tinged
by the interest of the clreamstancee: and I
ber eye is bright, clear, calm, resolute, bnt
not unkind. Her expression, for the sev
eraliboura sbe was under onr eye, was that
of deeply sombre gentleness, which still
bore a look of having been partly pro
duced by the will, and for the occasion.
Immersed aa she is in crime, she does not I
forget a woman's art. She is doing ber
best to make a farorable impression, by
dress and aspect, upon her judges. She
was the very person to mould the material
which fall into her bands. She no donbt
ruled them like a queen. But the court,
fortunately, is made or quite another mate
Next to this mother o. conspirators sits
Herold?a poor, dollish looking yontb. inat
past his majority. He is small, with a
peaked month, a nose slightly hooked,
asprinkle of moustache, a wandering
fwwkllog eye, a narrow forehead with
protruding brows, and a general., ecpne
lou of mingled', fa a aad sill in... Hb
trtkea you as a fellow snch aa Booth
'Wfrtild bare bad about him to laugh at ?ia
jokes, to do;Ma chorea and to be his man
After Herold comer Payne, next to Mrs.
Sarratt the great charaotsr of- the, party.?
He ia tall, straight, stoat?the perfection of
physical form. It would ? be hard to gness
whether keen activity or mnscolar energy
predominates in him; both eeem to belong
to bim in an equal proportion. Sis large
heard is thiekly covered with black hair ;
his forehead is almost entirety wanting:
bis face has no beard; bis neck is immense
as a ballis, and-yet smooth and fair; his
lips thin and firm ; his nose small; bnt his
eye, .thq characteristic feature, reminds you
of the man who said, "Our name is legion/'
only yon can see that the said legion has
not yet entered It is an eye of deiiber.
aiely rolling fire?a pair of perdition,
lighted torobes; when they'TOoVef tbey
fiash)and glare rather than look, This Is
not a mere reading of the man's crime, al
ready known, In his look ; it is a reason
ably sober description of the reality. Aa
yon look at-'his great form, sitting calmly
erect and seetniDgly reckless,'yoa think pf
a modern boxer or of a Roman gladiator.
When yon'meet his eye yon think of Luci
fer ; bat when, in the light of that eye, yoa
regard the whole face, you are reminded of
Satan in the swine, a possessed -brute.?
Nothing moves hUnj .without joaokiog de
fiant, he is impertarbed and perfectly at
bome. His nerves appear to have gone into
Next comes Aiserott, short in person^
almost without neck,'dirty, cadaverous,
dull, curly or tangle-haired, cowardly look
ing, and evidently a poor miserable Jack?
a dupe, . ,
The fifth man is O'Laughlin, a Baltimo
rean, as we learn. He iB the best looking
of the gang. He ia small in. person, with
delicate features, a head of flaky ooal blaok
hair, and a fine moustache of the same
color. Hia forehead is broad and striking,
hie fine blaok eye rests softly and humbly
under deUoatelg pencilled: brojfs, and bis
whole appearance impresses the beholder
with the strangeness of his conneotipn
with the great crime. He must be young
in crime, and the deformity of his sonl has
not pictured itself on bis face.
Spangler, who* appears to have .itsen a
sort of stable drndge for Booth and his
horse, is the sixth in order. Lik - most of
the others, his face lacks aforehead. Lav
ater amused himself with traolng the re
aemblanoe between human and brute faoes.
We have seen cows or oxen with counte
nances very mnch like that of poor Spang
ler. He looks tbe picture of distress.
Sr. Uudd iB a native of Charles county,
bnt looks like a Scotchman. His hair is
yellow, his beard and monstacbe pale red,
his complexion white, almost as whitest
paper, his eyebrows Albino, bis eyes sig-"
nlfylng nothing, and his expression blank
The last iu the series is a poor youth by
the name of Arnold, who has made a con
fession, not yet given to the public. He is
rather a good-looking boy, with no special
facial marks. - ,
Suoh is the company now on trial for
conspiracy to murder the President and
other,officers of ohr government. Among
them all, Hrs. Sarratt alone gives proof of
anything like mind, i The rest were miser
able tooiB of canning and diabolical rebel
lor Latar DlipaMhti see 3rd Page.
Interesting Special Dispatcher
New Yobk, May 27?A special to the
Tribune, dated Washington, -May 26th,
says: The Attorney Generalise just made
a moat important decision. He affirms that
the amnesty proclamation waa a means
only to secnre a specifio purpose, whiab
was tbe suppression of the rebellion. The
rebellion ended tbe amnesty is void; It
does not restore oitlsenship, property or
vested rights. The President has no pow?
er to pardon except for what is past. The
Executive clemency cannot stretch to tbe
future. Therefore the decrees of confisca
tion must stand. Tbe decision will be
given to the public in a few days.
Another special to. the same paper says :
In the election for tbe House of Delegates
yesterday the disnnionists swept Virginia
as fiar as known. In tbe Alexandria dis
trict Wm. Dalaney, of Fairfax Court Honae,
who has a bitter hatred to tbe Onion, and
became a cripple in the rebel aervioe, has
been elected to the Senate, and J. English,
no less bitter, to the Honae. English took
the oath of allegiance ? only the night be
fore he annonnced himself aa a candidate.
The Herald's Baleigb correspondent ex
plains how the rebel archives fell into our
handa. Qen. Johnston notified Gen. Scbo
field that tbey were at Charlotte, and the
latter sent Lieut, Waibburno for them.?
Gen. Johnston received Lieut. Washbnrne
very courteously, and told him where the
documents were secreted in a cellar. He
had already turned tbem over to tbe Union
commander df the Post, but be had no
troops to put over them as gnard. Tbey
were found in eighty-three boxes of all
sixes and descriptions. A large number
of captured Union flags, duly labelled,
Gov. Vance claims that though arrested,
he was not arrested as a fngitive, for be
had previously offered to surrender him
self to Gen. Schofield, bnt was refused and
allowed to return to hia family.
The Herald's Fifth Corps correspondent
Tbe work of mustering out, under the
late order, regiments whose term of ser
vice expire* prior to October 1st, has been
entered npon in earnest. Muster-out rolls
are being put- in. readiness ??. rapidly aa
possible. It is supposed that within ten
days the whole work will be accomplished.
Thursday night the Corps which lies
near Washington, bad a grand torchlight
Gen. Griffin, commanding the corps, has
been presented with a corps badge so sting
The 6th corps which has been at Man
chester on the James,>baa started for Wash
ington to be mastered out of service.
Tbe Herald's Mobile correspondent of
the 10th says:
The city is filling np by the arrival of
paroled officers and soldiers from Dick
Taylor's army. ; They mast our officers and
men in the streets and hotels with the ut
most good feeling, and quiet and order
prevail. Trade is improving, goods arriv
ing in large quantities from New Orleans by
1 every (leaner. Both Geo. Steele add Dick
Taylor are io the city.
A special to the Tribune dated Waahiog
? A ? * * *
I ton .36tbcaaya:
- A goldmedalcoinmemorativaofiha ln_
auguration of the 8oath American inter
national c6n?r*aa hu-v... _^o?n _inter
ao aoalli American inter
national .ctmgrtsi, hal been aent to the
Praaidentby. the President of Pern.
?Specie it the only currency naed in Sontb
The corn and Wheat crops there are
abundant and welj up.
Colon men returning from the north are
still exposed to social persecution.
A black girl wa* inhumanely whipped
and laoerated by her late master, for re
fusing to work without pay. An order for
hi? arreet was issued, but be had fled.
. WAawaoTpii. May 21,?The Post OOoa
Department has oqptrjcted with J. S, Ree'
side for the conveyance ormails,,dally and
back, ou .fhe route from Lincoln,Gallf&rf
nia, to Portland, Oregon, Including inter
mediate points, the service to commence
on the . 1st of July, at a compensation of
$226,000 per annum.
Alabama has been divided into three in
ternal revenue districts, but no assessors
and oolleatpra have yet been made.
Gen. Sherman will soon issue a farewell
address to his army, preparatory to making
a trip to Ohio. Host of kits" troops are en
camped on the north ai^i of the Potomac.
Jas. T. Ford, proprietor of the Theatre,
has been unconditionally released from
The Sixth Corps is' expected to arrive
In Washington on Snnday, and,'together
with the reserve artillery of the' Army of
the Potomao, will be reviewed on Monday.
Nlw You, May 27.?Thfl Herald has
modified its proposition for subscriptions
to pay off the national debt by reduoing
the sbarea to $100,000 eaoh. It publishes
a number of new subscriptions. They
now foot np 111 Bhares taken, amounting
A special to the Tribune, dated Wash
ington, 26th, gay*:
Frederick Seward's condition continues
to excite apprehension.
i Governor Fenton visited the New York
troops to-day and met with a hearty re
ception. He was highly pleased with their
Niw Oblbihs, Hay 22, via Oaibo, Hay
27. ?Brig. Gen. Brent and Ool. Deblan 0.
Burke arrived,here to day as oommission
ers from Ktrby Smith. Gen. Herron and
Lieut. Commander Foster came down from
Red river with them. General Herron has
telegraphed Gen. Canby, and it is believed
here terms have been arranged for the sur
render of Kirby Smith's whole army.
Naw Yobk, May 27.?Gold opened at
and closed at 36).
GEO. K. WHEAT,
W HOLM ALE D1ALIH IM.
Hosiery and ?loves,
School and Blank Books,
STATIONERY, &c. See.
26 Monroe < Street,
WHBBMHO, W. IVA.
STEPHJBH8 & SMITH,
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'or Drawing the.Hat.
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rnyiu tlx Hair from frllin*.
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Town* In the United Btatea.
Application! tot Insurance will be promptly at
tended to KATH'L O. ARTHtJR,
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Importers and Wholeaala Dealers In
BRANDIES, WINES, GIN
ALCOHOL, BOVBBOS, RTE,
MONONOAHjELA WHISKY J
Catawba Wlact, *e.^
Older Vinegar, Domestic Wines
No. 28 Main Street,
(In roona formerly oocopied by Pry or A frost)
WHEELING, W. VA.
TTjiNGOURAOED by the liberal patronage hereto*
1% fore extended to this house, we hare secured
one of the largest and best located warehouses In
ahe city, where we will hare excellent facilities for
jecdving and shipping our goods. We hare fitted
np the house in the latest and most approved
manner; for the manufacture of the oelebrated Rose
Whiskey and superior Older Vinegar.
The beat brands of everything usually kept In a
first class liquor store, oonstantly on hand and far
sale at the lowest prices. fcT-ly
JN0. HAMILTON. &'C0.
CO All and WOOD
Also, all kinds of
PARLOR AMD HBATINO STOVES,
Adapted Cor either wood or eoal.
Hollow-Ware, Plough Points,
MD ETERT DBBOAIPTIOE OP
Rolling Mill, Flooring Hill,
SAW MIL.Li OA.STINGS
QUmor PODHDRT * MA0HIN1 SHOP.
mr1? [ Wh?aHna. W. VA
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fin and Sheet Iron Ware,
^ _ No. 46 Main Street,
oemtre waiiLiaa, w. ta.
Always onha.no, a com
PLBTA assortment of
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COPPER, . PARLOR LAttPS.
BRASS, OAR BOM OIL,
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ySf^Qur prices*will salt >11 who miy favor ui
with a oslla
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No. 46 tf tin street.
apfT Oentre WfreiUn *. W? Vs.
UI malm Itraat,
Oomar Markat Allay, i
TXTOULD RB8PB0TFULLT ANNOUNOB TO
Yj the ciUxsns of Wheeling that he haa opened
a Hoop Skirt Factory at the above named stand,
where na will kesp oonstantly oa hand a good aa
aortment of the best Hoop Skirts, of all rises ani
quality, and Corsets, wholssale and retaiL
Old Hoop Skirts repaired and made as good as new.
1*11 X. MEHDBLBON.
WINSHIP, WOODS & CO.
Chins, film A dueensware,
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GOODS, LAMPS OKIMHErg,
OUtf Ac*, Ac.
?a. B Halm Itraat, Whadln,, w. a.
Opp. Btraat Iaadlag to B.;* a B. B. Pa?n|K
Itopot, and aaat door to Joha Bold.
Wll"r> on hand, a tana Mack or Oomnua
Stooa and Tallow Wara, and Wudov Qlaaa.