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She UttteUigeurev.
Tutsday Morning, May 30
BOY WASTKD,
A good BOY ia warned at this office im
mediately.
MrlliLi* tb? Disabled Soldiers',?A
circular just issued At Washington City by
the Sanitary Commission, states that large
number* of sick aad wounded convales
cent soldiers are being discharged from
the various hospitals and will leave for
their homes in the West, some io company
w ;a tae returning regiments about to leave
Washington. Many of these men are still
teeble and unable to stand the fatigue of
eontiaued travel and will need rest and
refreshments on their journey through.?
For these necessaries they will be compelled
to tely upon the different Soldiers' Aid
Societies and citixens on the various routes.
Tae agents of the Sanitary Commission
here and at other points, are advised to be
on the alert to relieve the wants and suffer
ings of these returning and disabled vet
erans. It is expected that many of them'
may require rest and attention at this I
point. Sups should be taken at once to
provide the accessary accommodations.?
Toe I*. S. Hospitals are not available for
these discharged men, and as yet no suita
ble place has been prepared in Wheeling.
We understand that the surgeon in charge
of tlis Post is williog to turn over to the
Soldiers' Aid Society of this city, the hos
pital wards m the Atheneum building with
oat ce-t to the Society. These wards are I
thoroughly fitted up and provided with |
evcrjtfcirg necessary to the comfort of pa
nes:*. and we hope that an arrangement
can be effected at once Wbich will enable
this Society to meet any demands made
lor their assistance. Let us ehow these
?ufering braves that our sympathies do
a : cease with their ability to 6etve us,
but that wt* are still ready and willing to
minister to the wants cf those who risked
their lives m defence of our country. We
earnestly hope that those who have this
muter in charge will receive the active
co-operation ot every citixen, and that
suitable quarters will be provided for such
as may need our assistance.
Pittsburgh Evasqklical Lu
thssas Stxod will hold its first business
session in the German Lutheran Church
^Rrv Mr. Berkemeyer's) Market street^
Centre Wheeliog, to morrow morniag at
9 c'c^ork.
The Sis: sermon will be preached this
evening in the English Lutheran Church,
corner of 4 h and Monroe streets, by Rev.
E. W. Roth, of Pittsburgh.
All the eessions of Synod with the de
bates and examination of applicants for
ordinttion are conducted in the English
language. sod will be open to the publio.
A morning prayer meeting will be held
at 8 o'clock of each day during the con
vection. As the proceedings will be of
interest to our readers we will endeavor
to furnish a fall report each day.
Oar citixens who have kindly consented
to entertain ministers and delegates are
requested to wait until ten o'clock to
night, ss the coats do not arrive until after
nine P. M.
* COKVICTIOX CF TUB ADAMS EXPBBSS
Robbies?A* ner Mark*, who robbed the
eafeofthe Adorns Express Company, at
Grttfron, West Virginia, in October last, of
a package containing fifteen thousand dol
lars, was yesterday sentenced in the Taylor
coon y Court, at Prnntytown, to eeven
jesrs imprisonment io the Wheeling Penl
tiary. Arthur Rrsley and Charles Mere
editb, were aleo sentenced to four years
imprisonment each, as accessories to the
robbery. The money stolen bad previ
ously been recovered by Allen Pinkerton,
principal of the N*tion%l Police Agency of
Chicago, Illinois, who detected and ar
rested the parties. The Adams Express
Company in bricgirg these men to justice,
have evinced much perseverance, and
they are determined that none com
mittirg thefts of their property, however
imall, shall ef-cape their just punishment
tfsr CiacriT CochT.?Yesterday, the
Court made a decree in the case of the
Michael Herr property, f-.gainst which there
are numerous claims contending for prece
dence. Toe C^urt ordered the sale of the
same for the benefit of the Belmont branch
of the State Bank of Ohio, Messrs Lehraer &
Co., Crispin Ogebsy, Depew & Fordyceand
A'cbibald Warren. The c aims of these
parlies amcuut to about ?36.000. Jonas
Crnrohack?-r who wen indicted for an as
sault upon Hi ward Clay tor, appeared and
g%ve bail in the sum of $500, for bis ap
aoce at the October term of ibe Court.
flairTakb Stock.?We hope evsTybody
Wheeling will take stock in the Herald
Subscription Fund to pay off the national
debt. This stock is likely to Ve as popu
lar as tie United States 7-303 and only
those who subscribe early will be accom
modated. We intend to take two or three
shares as aoon as we can effect an ar
rangement with the banks to discount oar
paper. We are determined to put a slop
to fbeoe assessors boriog U2 about the
amount of onr income. Let us all sub
scribe at once and the work Is done.
S60TPassed.?The following resolution
presented before the Presbyterian General
Assembly, now hitting at Pittsburgh, eli
cited a iengtby discussion but finally passed
by a lnrg- majority :
HetolveJ, That no missionaries be ap
pointed by ibe Board except those giving
?a?i-Urtory evidence of loyalty to the Na
tional Government, and of cordialfaympa
tby with the Presbyterian Church in ber
testimony on doctrine, loyalty and freedom.
MW .Special Mvstiho.?There will be s
special meeting of the City Council this
evening tor the purpose of electing a Clerk
of the Municipal Court, and confirming the
election of tbe Judge. This is an impor
tant meeting, and we presume there will
be a general attendance of tbe members ol
both branches.
_ Bmoxs Jiii.?Jl burglar, ooointd
la the eoantf jail at Wajncwbnrg, Greens
Co., Pa., charged with wUrlog the (tore of
Mr. Qrlmea, near Wayaeebnrg, escaped
from that institution on Friday night,
?tola a horn from a gentleman named
Rent, and itarted on a journey to Wut
Virginia. On hli way he again called on
Sir. Grime*, from whom he "borrowed" a
saddle, and then took a fresh start Mr.
Q. discovering bis loss started in pursuit
and overhauled the thief near the tunnel,
on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, whom
he arreated and returned to his old quar
ters.
rSiw Ghobuh.?We were yesterday
shown the drawiogs of anew churoh, about
to be erected in Bellair by the Disciples
oongregation of that plaoe. From the
drawiogs we are satisfied that it will be a
very handsome bailding, highly creditable
to the liberality of the oongregation and
tbe taste and skill of Mr. W. N. Johnson,
?he architect, who bas established himself
atBellair. We would call attention to this
gentleman's advertisement in another ool
?Thibd Wabd Piu Nio.?The Third
Ward Public School starts on their excur
sion to-morrow morning. Tbe steamer
Beulah has been chartered to convey the
party to Oreasup's Grove- Tickets can be
procured at McKelvey's Literary Depot.?
Only those who have prooured tickets will
be permitted to go.
(OjrRiviB.?The river was about on a
stand, with seven and a half feet in the
cbanoel. Tbe Potomac, Capt. Fink, ar
rived yesterday afternoon with a fine trip.
The Wild Wagoner was expected to arrive
duriug tbe night. Tbe Potomac and Wag
oner both leave for Oincinnati this evening
at five o'clock.
?^"FasTtvii. To-Sioht.?We hope that
our friends will remember that the first
Strawberry Festival of the season comes
off to-night at Washington Hall. Tbe la
dies of tbe 4th Presbyterian Oburch have
charge of tbe enterprise, aod will make yon
>11 welcome.
OoP-Ucsical SotBti.?Tbe monthly
Mnsical Concert of the Academy of Visi
tation came cff yesterday afternoon. Wa
ire informed that it was a rare musical
treat, and the audience were delighted
with the performance.
<
flo^-Pic-Nic.?The 1st and 7th Ward
Public Schools will have a pic-nio at
Sicoll's Grove, on Wednesday, (to-mor
row.) All the neoees&ry arrangements,
*e understand, have been made for a very
pleasant time.
best assortment of CaneB to be
found any where in the city, is at E. Bock
mg'a Odd Fellow Hall Drug Store. Oall
md examine the stock and you can not fail
to be suited.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W HOL.KSALK.
M'OLET.TiAN & KNOX
.66 MAIN STREET,
iW HEELING.
?yy k have j hit aiccBivKO oua
Spring (and Summer Stock
Boots & Shoes,
Which will be sold LOWER than the SAME QUAL
ITIES can be bought In PHILADELPHIA c
BALTIMORE.
' mh2T 1TOLELLAN A KNOX.
WKIEELINO
HOOP SKIRT
FACTORY.
AHO,
French $ American
COBSKTS
MANUFACTURED.
COHEN, SEUPLIITEB 6 CO.,
WOULD respectfully inform the Ladles of this I
city end vicinity that they have opened a
?tore at
lOI MAIM STREET,
with a large and well aseorted stock of
SKIRTS, CORSETS, and
SKIRT SUPPORTERS, \
of the latest and moat approved styles.
Having been engaged :or a long time in an exclu
sive whole*ale business, we have acquired extensive
facilities for procuring goods in our line on the
most reasonable terms, and offer them to the pub
lie at tbe lowest Eastern prices.
Merchants particularly are invited to call and
tee oar stock before purchasing elsewhere.
fekirts purchased in our store will be renovated
I without charge.
i |ar~We also make any siae of Hoop 8klrts to
; order. COHEN, SEMPI IN Eg A CO .
mylft 161 Main Street, Wheeling, W.Va.
McKee'rt Factory.
I rpHK subscribers take this method to inform the
X Farmers, and public in general,that they have
purchased the sbove property, and are now pre
pared to manufacture the following kinds of goods
In a workmanlike manner:?
blankets, cabsimerb, tweed, plannel,
persian OLOTH. 8ATJNKTT AND
8TOOKINO YARN.
They will expect all wool tc be Lrought in good
I condition. Cash or Goods paid for Wool Terms
Cash oa delivery of woik. The place will hereafter
be known aa the mbucb RYE WOOLEN FACTORY"
HOLLAND A CALDWELL,
Near Warrenton,
mj6-lm* Jefferson County, Ohio.
FOR SALE.
APTEAM (KOINE, In couplet, raonlu order.
Cylinder 16 hick dimeter; i'X feel stroke.
mj.wkMl (0 l?t, witk lvt? nulB ebatt. AJ* Um
Pipe., Pomp. Uhbrf. i . .. ?J
M Ute enqetr. of Prror MlBw
* Oo. W. A. JOKDAM.
1865. 1865.
SPRING & SUMMER
*HOB, M. BKAN&? H. GUQQHM11KIMKR.
Second Stock Just Received
AT
Stein Brothers,
VUKHOit KVOLISH * ABKMOlN
Cloths, Cass 1 meres and Testings,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
4CC<f tffcCa
the stock vok
SPRING AND SUMMER
! ALL NKW. Till V1NK9T IN FABRIC AND
MOW ELEGANT IN 8TYLK.
Wholesale Buyers
nil and onr flock of Ptooe Good. and Clothing II
irge, varied ud cheap as u; similar home In the
kit.
Having determined to follow fie price of Gold In
Se ub ol their good, and thai offer grot advan.
iges In the price, to all bnyers.
Stein Brothers,
myll-daw Oorasr Mala and Monro* ;g?reeta.
SI3ST GEXl'S
MANUFACTURING
Sewing Machines,
HE BIBT AND ONLY RELIABLE MACHINES
FOB
tailoring.
Boot and Shoe Making,
Hat and Cap Making,
Harness Making*
Carriage Trimming, ate.,
And all Manufacturing Purposes.
th?? Celebrated Machines I. too
? 1 known to require any advertising. Thev
?rld*bvT^fwJ'a'"",1? ""ongbont the clvtllied
ssf u.bT.d^x, ajTsssa.-s
asr-'A'safif ^dle aS^
*0. 2 IMPERIAL MACHINE
WITH YIBBATINO FOOT PRESS,
rhlch cannot be excelled for floe patent and heavy
earner work. J
CALL AND SEE THEM IN OPERATION.
Circulars and foil Information sent by mail on
application. J ou
P. J. MOHSE, General Agent,
MAIN BTRIET,
Two doora above Monroe Street,
Wheeling, W.Va.
MACHINE 8ILE or THE BEST QUALITY,
CLARE'S SPOOL COTTON,
MILTORD LINEN THREAD,
?nstantly on band at the loweet market price.
Also, Needles, OU, Bobbins, lo, and parta or
Mscblnec mjU
Wheeler & Wilson's
IMPROVED FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE
U QilVafcHlUT AOKOWLSDOKO TO BB
Cheapest, Simplest and Best
FOR FAMILY U8F.
They alone were awarded and received a
GOLD MKDAL
AT THE
"W OBLD'S
HELD IN LONDON, 180?,
Where all tha Sewing Maohlnes of Europe and
Am.ric. were In competition.
The rlae and fall of numberless machine., heralded
t? ITl1? f 'J if*1 bu convinced the pub
lic, that It Is safer to buy a good article or e?tab
u"on"n.lo' responsible parties, than
to rUk their money In donhtrnl experiments.
A machloe, whoee merit has achieved inch a
wcrld'Wlde renown and sncceee, warranted three
Tears by a re.pon.lble company, brongbt to tbe
honse of the porchsasr, Instruction. given In It.
nee, without extra obarge, .nd satisfaction guaran
teed, It U no experiment to boy, and there Ii no In
vestment which nays a bstler Interest or brings
SSiMhoW ll??l'h> happiness and relief to the
WM. SUMNER & CO
Vo.eeMain St., Wheeling, W Va.
-m Two doore above Monroe street
f<?AB CAMPHOR^?A supply Just recelvod and '
y Mia at JL.BOOKINQ'a Odd Fellow's H?ll
one ?pr4
WHY KOT USB Til KG BBSTt
Orer twenty je.r.' lucreaalng demand haa ..t.b
llabod the bet that Ilium' Tnnui am Di?
U the beet 1b the world. It la th? choapoet, the
moat reliable, end moat convenient. Complete la
one bottle Don not require any prerlona prepare,
tlou of the hair. No tronble. No crock or ataln.
Doea not rub off or make the hair appoar duaty and
dead, bat Imparta to It new life and Inatre. Pro
dnctMu beautiful black or brown, aa preferred. A
ohlld can apply It. Alwaja glvea aatlabctlon. Only
75 cent* per bottle. Sold everywhere,
A I. MATHEW8, Manufacturer, N. Y.
DKMA8 BARNES A CO., New York, Wholesale
AgenU' >|r my20-lyeod
CULQATJC'8 HON ICY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, la .Q0h unWer
Ml demand, Is made from the alioleaat material!
to mild and ?molllamt In Ita nature, trau
B'MtlfMtattd^Qd extremely b?M*fiel a.1
In Ita aotlon npon the akin. For tale by all Drug
Stoto and fancy Ooodj Dealers. mrlB ly
toOIL OF URAPK V1NEII1 |
OIL OF GRAPEVINE.
OIL OF GRAPHVINB.
OIL OF GRAPEVINE.
OIL OF GRAPKVINK.
Every Person should use It. I
Every Person should use ft. [
Every Person shonld use it.
?on who art Bald, ST"' Pcr,on ,hoo,d ? "? |
Ton who have Gray HaJra,
f ou whose Hair la falling out,
?ou who want a fine Hair Oil,
Ion who admire Sweet Perfbmery, ,
Bay the Oil of Grapevine.
Buy the Oil of Grapevine.
Buy the Oil of Grapevine.
Buy the Oil tf Grapevine. I
Buy the Oil ol Grapevine
HT~8old by'druggiata and merchants generally.
LAUGQLINS 1 BD8IIFIKLD,
mhlB Proprietor*. Wheeling, W. Vs.
tiT'? ? Kplleptle Kite can be Cured t I
? 'A1. , ?"a Locast w having become eminently
uocMsful In curing this terriM* malady, Invites all I
Imilarly afflicted to call or aend for circulars of I
eferencee aud testimonials of numerons casea en rod I
f from one to twenty four years standing. He de- I
attention eipedally to diseases of the I
erebro-Spinal Asia,or Nervons System, and solicits I
n investigation ol his claim to public confldouce. I
ddreas all letters to DR. V. B. LOOK ROW
Care of P. O. Box 6118. New York.
mhl3-3mdaw s m p
A Physiological View of Alar- I
"TtS*. 1?Containing nearly 300 page* I
f'th. !!?1n" aDd ,^n?^aT,nP, of the Anatomy
^ 1th a Treatise on Early Errors, its Denlo- I
5ASSS^inmCm the MiDd aud nod>'? w,th
,5.? ^r**lro?nt?the only rational
?mode of core, a? shown by the report I
hT.1 *1' . t?lhfnI adviser to the married, I
ad those contemplating marriage, who entertain I
oobts of their physical condition. Sent free of
Mtago to any address, on receipt of 25 cents, in I
ampa or poital currency, by addressing I
M O. .. a DR- LA OROIX
_ No- 81 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y.
Tne author may bo consulted upon any of the dia I
??es upon which his book treats either perxonallv I
" ^ma * medicines aent to any part ol the I
or,d- mhl3-Bm<J*w amp
HE GUKAT ENHLIsITkEMEDY.,
SIR. JA1KKS CLARKE'S M
ELEBRATED FEMALE PIIL8!
ThlalnTaluabl. mediolnw la unfalUng In the cure
*5 f"1"" mnd ramoTe# all ob
V ^ rlil^onT * ,pe*dj
TO MAHR11CO LADIKB
la peculiarly aolud. la will, in a abort time,
ring on the monthly period with regularity
CAUTION.
Thrac Pills should not be taken by females that are
regnant during the FIK8T THREE MONTHS as
SLVl'."! 'S .br'?g ?D M',0?rrl?<S<>, ?t "iry
ctly aar?' * C**?' por
.fcteK?I">?iJploal Aflectlona, p,|n,
i the Back and Limbs, Heaviness, Fatigue onsliirht
rertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Lowneea of Splr
'/ S.y.a^riM' 8ick ^e?dactl^ Whiti*s, and all the
Unful diseases occaaioned by a disordered ?ystern,
, wl" effect ? cure when all other means
?vr ffi!ic<i, I
Full directions in the pamphlet around each nack> I
;e, which ahoald be preserved.
Jttfe b7 aU Drng8iaU- Plic? 0ne Dollar per f
Bole United States Agent,
v n ^JOB,M.0?K8' 27 Oortlandt St., N. Y. It
N- B.?-$1.00 and aix postage stamps, enclosed to I i
*bott" co?''x?' i
To Invalid Soldiers!|<
Artificial Legs, Arms, and
Crutches.
IREAT1MPROVKBIENTIII TflKlR
JB AN UFA C TURK.
U. 8. GartaaAL Hoe pital. i
Wbzkluo, W. Va., April 26th, 1865. J |
I TAKE pleasure in staUog to yon that I have
L carefully examined the Artificial Legs manufac
ared by LFONaRD LEG RAN, and for which you
re agent. For simplicity of construction aswe.il
a durability and convenience, I have never seen I
nything to equal them, and I therofore cheerfully
ecommend them to any who are unfortunato enouch
a need artificial limbs. I
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
JOHN KIRKER,
A. A. Burgeon, U. 8. A., In charge.
Whikljmq, W. Va., April 27th, 1S?.
7 ?f?fnlly examined the Artificial Lege of I
(EONaRD LEGRAN, and find them aimple iu tneir I
onatruction, of good workmanship, light and very I
ubstantially m*de. They will be quite aa aervlc?
ible aa any artificial lega in use, aud on accouut ol I
heir almpliclty and atrength leaa liable to need re
>airs. I cheerfully recommend them to any who I
nay need artificial limba. 1
JOHN FRISSKLL,
A. A. Surgeon U. 8. A.
?m, a Whmuho, W. Va, April S6th. 1885.
. 1 offered for aale by OHAKLES
tsauLKB, AKent, lean recommend for the follow in c I
kdvantagea: aimpiicity in aiructu. e. atrength of
naterial and economy in price.
Reapectfully, R. w. H.AZLBTT,
Surgeon Board of Enrollment, i
r n,?P,?"?ro to aute that LEONARD
IjEGRAN, corner of Kaat Commons, Allegheny, haa
urnishod me with an artificial lejr, that I can use
! ^?i.T week's u.ing. I cheerfully recom
aend to all who are unfortunate to need one to irive
lim a call LEWIS RAMALEY. |
Sprlngdale, Allegheny county, Pa.
For further particulars call on or addreaa
CnAKLKS BKHLKll, Agent,
i. . . ? Monroe Stroet, I
? P!^"ly between Market ami Fourth. |
WHEELINU IH0i\ WORKS.
OIBee and Warehouia,
No. 16 MAIN BTRKKT
ACHESON. BELL & CO.,
jyjANOtAOTUKKEB OF AND DKALKBS IN
Merchant Bar, Armor Platea.
Dandy and 11 ea?y Tire, Sheet Iron,
Roonda and 8quar?, Tank Iron.
OnhLlhironl^ Plow Wlnga,
Half Kounda, Nalla, Wlri^io.
A SUPEBIOB QUALITY OP j
Horse Shoe Bar,
Of onr own manufacture, now on hand.
|y Prompt attention to all orders. aprO
GOOD NEWS FJOMSHERS
GOLD DECLINING BAPIDLY!
B
VTTWt PSIOR8 OK KKW sprijjq CLOTH.
1 INGhave declined more rapidly at
B. & 8. ROiEKHEIH'S,
*?? 101 Main ? treat,
where an Immense stock of 8prlng Olothiuz has
recoiled, embracing every style of
CLOTHING AND GENTLEUCN'S FURNISHING
GOODS.
_Oall and ezamlue, aa wo take pleaanre In allowing
? ' ' H. 4. B. EOSENU*IM.
A Proclamation.
Washington, May 29.?By the Preiident
of the United States of America :
Whereas, the President of the United
States, on the 8th day of December, 1863,
and on the 26th day of March, 1864, did,
with the object to suppress the existing re
bellion, to induce all persons to return to
their loyalty, and to restore the authority
of the United States, issue a proclamation
offering amnesty and pardon to certain per*
sons who have directly or by implication
participated in the said rebellion; and
whereas, many persons who had so engaged
in said rebellion, have since the issuance
of said proclamation, failed or neglected to
take the benefits afforded thereby; and
whereas, many persons who have been just
ly deprived of oil claim to amnesty and
pardon thereunder by reason of their par
ticipation, directly or by implication, in
said rebellion, and continued hostility to
the government of the United States since
the date of said proclamation, now desire to
apply for and obtain amnesty and pardon, i
To the end thereunto, and that the author- 1
ity of the Government of the United
States may be restored, and that peaoe,
order and freedom may be establish
tablisheJ, I, Andrew Johnson, President of
the United States, do proclaim that I here
by grant to all persons who have directly
or indirectly participated in the existing
rebellion, except as hereinafter excepted. I
amnesty and pardon, with a restoration of
all the rights of property, except as to
slave?; aod except in caBe where lrg*l pro- I
ceedings under laws of the United 8tates 1
providing for the confiscation ot property
of persons engaged in the rebellion have I
been instituted; but on oondition neverthe- I
less that every such person shall take and
subscribo to the following oath or utfirma- I
tion, and tbencforward keep and inaia,
tain said oath inviolate, and which oath |
shall be registered for permanent preser
vation, and shall be of the tenor and effect |
of the following, to wit:
"I do solemnly swear or affirm in the I
presence of Aiuiighty God, that I will
henceforth faithfully defend the Constitu-I
tion of the United States and the Uniou
thereunder, and that I will in like manner I
abide by and faithfully aid and support all I
laws and proclamations which have been 1
mado during the existing rebellion with
reference to the emancipation of slaves, I
so help me God."
The following classes of persona are ex-1
cepted from the benefits of this proclama
tion :
First.?All who are or shall have been I
pretended civil or diplomatic officers; or,
otherwise, domestic or foreign agents of |
the \ retended Confederate Government.
Second?All who left judicial seats un
der the United States to aid the rebellion. I
Third.?All who shall have been army |
-it naval officers of the said pretended con
federate government, above the rank of I
:olonel in the army, or lieutenant iu the
iavy.
Fourth.?All who left seats in the Con
gress of the United States to aid the rebel
lion.
Fifth?All who resigned their commis- I
lions in the army or navy of the United |
States to evade doty in-resisting the re
bellion.
Sixth.?All who have engaged in any way I
o treating otnerwlse than lawful, as prig-1
juers of war, persons found in the United I
States service as officers, seamen or in any |
)ther capacity
Seventh ?All persons who have been, or 1
ire, absent from the United States for the |
)urpose of aiding the rebellion.
Eighth.? A.W military and naval officers I
n the rebel service, who were educated by I
be government in the military academy at I
West Point or the United States naval |
icademy.
Ninth?All persons who held the pre
.ended office of Governors of States in in
lurrection against the United States.
Tenth ?All persons who left their homes |
vithin the jurisdiction and protection of |
he United States, and passed beyond the
federal militaty lines into the so called I
Confederate States, for the purpose of aid
ng the rebellion.
Eleventh.?All persons whp havo been I
engaged in the destruction o Commerce of I
be United Slates upon the high seas, and I
ill persons who have made raids into the I
United StateB from Canada, or those en- I
;*ged in destroying the commerce of the I
fruited States upon the lakes and rivers I
bat separate the British Provinces from
.he Un t'id 8tatee.
Twelfth ?All persons who at the time
when they seek to obtain the benefits here- I
if by takiDg the oath hereby prescribed, I
or military, naval or civil confinement or I
custody, or under arrest of the civil, mili- I
tary or naval authorities or agents of the 1
United states,as prisoners of war, or per- 1
sons detained for offences of any kind, I
either before or after conviction.
Thirteenth?All person who shall have
voluntarily participated in said rebellion, I
and the extenuated value of whose taxa- I
ble property iB over $20,000. 1
Fourteenth.?All persons who have taken I
the oath ot amnesty as prescribed in the I
President's proclamation of Dec. 18th, A. I
D. 1863, or an oath of allegiance to the |
Government ?f the Uuitod States since the I
date of said proclamation, and who have
thenceforward kept and mainUiiKid the
Bame inviolate, provided that epectal ap
plication may be made to tbe^ President 1
for pardon by any person claiming the ex
ecutive clemency, and such clemency will
be as liberally extended as may be consis- I
tent with the tact in the case and the peace
and dignity of the United States. The
Secretary of State will establish rules and
regulations for the administration and re
cording said amnesty oath in order to give
its benefit to the people and guard the
Government against fraud.
In testimony, wbeieof, 1 have here
unto set my hand, and caused the seal
of the United States to be affixed.? |
[L.s.lDono at.the City of Washington this
29th day of May^ 1865, and of the In
dependence of the United States the
89ih.
Andbkw Johnson.
By the President:
Wm. H. Sbward, Sec'y of State.
Another Proclamation
j Washington, May 29 ?By the President
of the United States of America:
' Whereas, The 4th section of the fourth
Article of tho Constitution of the United
States declares that the United States shall
guarantee to every State in the Union a
republican form of government, and Bball
protect eaoh of them against invasion and
domeptic violence, and whereas the Presi
dent of the Uuited StateB is, by the Consti
tution, made commander-iu chief of the
armies and navy, as well as chief execu
tive officer of the United States, and is
bound by polemn oath, faithfully to exc
cute the office of President of the United
States, as to take care that the laws be
faithfully executed; and whereas, the re
bellion which has been waged by a portion
of the people of the United States against
the properly constituted* authorities ot the
government thereof, in the most violent
and revolting manner, but whose orgau
Iixed and armed forces have now been al
most entirely overpowered, has, in Ita rev
olutlon&ry progress, deprired the people o
the Bute of North Oarolina of all ?lvil
? ?I ?? ? .1 " ? ?
government; and whereas, it becomes
necessary and proper to carry oat and es
tablish the obligations of the Uni
ted States to the people of North Car
oina, in securing to them the enjoy
ments of a republican form of government,
Now, therefore, in obedience to the high
and solemn duties imposed upon me by
the Constitution of the United States and
for the purpose of enabling the loyal peo
ple of said State to organise a State gov
ernment, whereby justice may be estab
lished nnd domestic tranquility insured,
and the people protected in all their righta
of life, liberty and property, I, Andrew
Johnson, President of the United States,
and Commander-in Chief of the Army and
Navy of the United StateB, do hereby ap
poin William W. Holden Provisional Gov
ernor of the State of North Carolina, whose
duty it shall be at the earliest practicable
period to prescribe such rales and regula
tions as may be necessary and proper for
convening a Convention, composed of
delegates to be chosen by that portion
of the people of said State who are
loyal to the United States and no others,
for the purpose of altering or amending
the Constitution thereof, and with author
ity to ciercise within the limit of said
Bta'e all the powers necessary and proper
to enable such loyal people of-tbe State of
North Carolina aforesaid to renew
their Constitutional relations to the
Federal Government and present soch a
republican form of State government as
will entitle the State to the protection of
the United States therefor, and its people
to protection by tho United States against
invasion ineurection and domestic violence;
provided that in any election thi>t may
be hereafter held for choosing delegates to
any State Convention as aforesaid* no per
son shall be eligible as a member o( such
convention unless he shall previously have
taken and subscribed the oath of amqes'y
as set forth in the President's Proclamation
ol May 29, 1865, and qualified as pre
scribed by the constitution and laws of
North Carolina in force immediately be
fore the 20th day of May, 1861, the dale
of the so-called ordinance' of Beoession;
and the said convention when convened,
or that may hereafter assemble, will pre
scribe the qualifications and eligibility of
persons to hold office under the constitu
tion and laws of the Stale, a power tlie
people of the several States composing the
federal Union have rightfully exercised
fro in the origin of the Government to the
present lime; and I do hereby direct,
Firat.?That the military commander of
tho department, and all olEcera and per
sona in the military and naval service, aid
and assist tho said provisional Governors
in carrying into effect this Proclamation,
and they are enjoined to abslnin from, and
iu any way discouraging the loyal people
from the organization o! the state govern
ment as herein authorized.
Stcond.?That the Secretary of State
proceed to put in force all laws ol the
United States, the administration whereof '
belongs to the State Department, applica
ble lo tho geographical limits aforesaid.
Third?That the Secretary of the Treas
ury proceed to nominate for appointing
assistant colectors of oojtoms ami inter,
nal revenue and such other officers of the
Treasury Department as are required by
taw and put in execution the revenue laws
of the United States within the geograph
ical limits aforesaid. 1
Fourth.^Tb? Post-Master General will
proceed to establish postal routes and put
into execution the postal laws of the
United States. ,
Fifth.?That the District Judge for the
judicial district in which North Carolina
is included proceed to hold courts within j
'aid State. In compliance with the provi
sions of the aot of Congress, the Attor
ney General will instruct proper officers to
try and bring to judgment and confisca
tion and sale property subject to confisca
tion, and enforce tho administration of jus
lice within said Stato iu all matters within
the jurisdiction of tho federal courts.
Sixth ?That the Secretary of the Navy
take possession of all public property be
longing to the Navy Department within
said geographical limits, and put in opera
tion all acts of Congress in relation to na
val offers having application to said State.
Seventh.?Tbat the Secretary of the lu- ]
terior put in force the laws relating to the
Interior Department, applicable to the geo.
graphical limits aforesaid.
In testimony whereof, I have set my
hand and cnused the seal of the Uoited
[l. s.]States to be affixed. Done at the City
of Washington, this 29th day of May,
A. D. 1865, and of the Independence of
the United States the 89ih.
Andhrw JonusoN.
By the President:
W. W. Skwabd, Secretary of State.
Things Looking: Up in Alabama.
New Yobs, May 29.?A correspondent
of the Herald from Montgomery, Ala., says:
Business is being resumed here and good
order prevails.
Tbe number of ratirtnS issbed daily to
tbo white people is 2,000, and (o the col
ored people 5,000. Munyof the white
people receiving rations are of the most
respectable families.
Gen. Grierson and his command bad
reached Tny when he was informed of
the armistice with Johnston. He learned
at the same time of tbe assassination of
the President. He moved on to Enfula,
Ala. After .remaining 'there' four days,
bo learned of tbe repudiation of the armis
tice, and proceeded at once to Montgome
ry. The people tbronghont the country
were exceedingly anxious for peace, and
acknowledged being badly whipped, and
were willing to try the old government
again, minus slavery. Tho country 13 full
of returning soldiers, much incensed
against the rich and leading secessionists
who had urged and foroed them into ihe
the rebel ranks, leaving their families to
suffer in their absence. :/i
Major Perry's expedition, consisting of a
mere bandfull of meu, bad made a circuit
through Clawsville, Bell's Landing, "Cam
den. Clifton and other places, destroying
much rebel property.
More Evidence in the Assassination
Trial
Washington. May 29 ?To-day the cono
6el for Mrs- Surrati asked to have.ihe tea
timony of Van Steinacker received. They
wished to "uhow that" Van Steinacker had
been attached |o Blepker's staff, but subse
quently,* while under sfchiehce'o'f'deafli tor
desertion, be escaped to the rebel service
and was employed as ft dtaughtaiiian for
Gen. J B.- B. Stuart. THiy wkbttd'tb show
there was no such secret meeting as Van
Stelnacker had deecribed'fn the cato^ "of
the 24 Virginia regiment, at which Booth
was alleged to be present, and tbe assaaai
nation of President Lincoln discussed
Gen. Wallace, a member of the court,
said the only (hiject was tt> impetfeh the
testimony of the witness. f/
The court voted not to put the paper on
record, but was perfectly willing, as was
expressed tbe other day, tb&tthe counsel
tor tbe accused should call witnesses to
impeach Van St?iuacker's testimony.
Mr. Aiken said they had Gen. Edward
Johnson, late of tbe rebel service, and
members of bis staff to prove that no
such meeting as Van Stsinbacker repre
sented took place in tbe camp M the 2d
Virginia Regiment, at which Booth was
: said to be present, having for its objeet
the assasination of President Lincoln.
Witnesses were examined by the defence
J
to impeaab tbppewbo bad testified iniosi
Dr. iMaaii. * " 1 ^ ??
Washington, May 29.?The Sunday
School scholars of nearly ail the Sabbath
Schools had a parade this morning with
music and banners.
Information from Richmond announces
the arrest of Geo. I?<-e.
The Post's special says several hundred
persons were to be discharged from priaoc
under the order issued for the release < 1
military prisoners.
New York Produce Market.
Urtt York, May *9.
COTTON?Heavy; 4Sc for middling:.
FLOUR?Heavy and 6@10s lower; $8 60@8 75
I * r Extra State; $7 03.^7 20 fbr Extra R. II. O ; and
$7 75@8 90 Tor Trade brands; market closing bra.y.
WHISK Y?Decidely firmoi; Western S3 09?2 la.
WHEAT?Quiet and firm; Mo. 1 Red Western
$170.
BARLEY MALT?Dull and nominal.
CORN?Scarce and quiet ami hotter; 89,<$9lc for
new Western and $1 for new Yellow.
OATH?More motive and decidedly firmer, at 69
@6lc for Western.
COPFKK?Qaitt and steady.
SUGAR?Quiet; 13J?c for choice.
mola-8BS? Dull.
PEi'ROLEUM?Quiet; Crude85c; Refined.in Bond
60c; R? fined Free 89@T0c.
WCOb?Dull.
PORK?Heavy and lower; $22 60@22 75 for new
mesa, clnaing at $23 50 regular; $20 ,V)(??21 for 18f8
and '64 do cash and regular way, closing at $20 5i?
cash; $17 50@18 for prime, and $17 75 for prime
nu-at; alto 4,500 bb11>. mesa for June aud July, eell
er'a option, at $2?@22 60.
BEKF?Qaiet; $10@ 14 for plain mega and $12@ld
for extra meat.
BKEP hams?Qilet and steady.
CUT MEATb? Quiet; 11^18o for shoulders,
aud 13@17 for hams.
BACON?Dull.
LAKD?S'eady, at 16@18?^c.
BUTTER?57(^-53 for state.
ClIEESK?9(g}10?$17o. for common to prime.
Hew YorkMoney Market
Nsw York, May 89.
MONEY?Etoady and unchanged; fair bnslneas
doinp at 0 per cent.
STERLING EXOITANGE?Act vo ?nd firm; 109&
foil 10 for first class hills.
GOLO?A ahade easier; opening at 134, declining
to advancing to 137, and closing at 18t%
GOVaRNMKfcT STOCKi?Without any ueSidod
change; 5-2 ) coupons, new Isruo. 103U.
RAiLKOAD 81'OOIU?Cleveland aud Pittsburgh
81. Fort Wayne 92^4
EVKMBO BOARD.
New York, May 29.?Gold closed to-night at 1SS.
FANCY GOODS.
BUGLE AND LV03 TRIM MHO PARASOLS.
Ornaments for Mantle and Dress Trimming.
LACE TRIMMED CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS
FRENCH EMBROIDERED do do
MOURNING do do
PLAIN LI SEN do do
Thirty different Styles Belt buckles.
Boltings, all Width*
Lace Operatics.t
Infant Embroidered Walgts,
Edgings and Lace.
>rgandie, O
Maltese,
Clerical,
Crape,
Fluted Swiss
and Plain Linen Collars.
Corsets from $1,25 to $8 per Pair.
Plain and Plaid Ribbons.
Bilk Cable Cords,
Gird lea and TMnii.
bilk Oil Clo'.bs.
rine Fans, Fancy Tuck Ccmbi, Hosiery andGlov??;
fi. Black Laco.
Colored Borders.
Masked and Checkered Z^pbyr Falls.
Grenadine, Borage, tor? and Crape Veils.
Ladies and Crests traveling 8atchels.
ALSO,
L LARGE STOCK OF CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES.
D. NICOL.L. &l BRO.
m>13 109 Mtin street.
PRICED REDUCED
STILL MORE!
rIN WAKE.
TIN WARE.
Table Cutlery,
Tablo Oitiery,
Bird Cak??,
Bird Cages,
Lamps, Limps,
. ? Lamp*, As., A;.
A large aasortmsnt of the above and all other
things In our lius of business at greatly reduced
tricue at NEABl'tT A BRO,
No. 46 Main Ptrcot,
niylS Centre Wheeling, W. Va.
aR?!(JKKIKh ARI) I"H0HIJ
O. MAIER,
(Formerly Proprietor oi Boat Store.)
No. 41 WATKR. STIIKRT,
Two doors above Pprigg Alley,
Keeps constantly on h*nd a full and
complete assortment of Groceries. Produce,
Canned Fruits, Jellies, 8ardines, Covo uyaters, Lob
iters, etc., etc , all of which will t? sold at the low
eat m *rket rates.
Orders for anything in my line, filled, either day
ar night.
fcP Office of W. J. C. Anderson, Steamboat
AE?ut- > my 12-1 m
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
Ohio and Mississippi Transportation
Company.
"PEOPLE'S" LINE,"
DAILY FOR LOUISVILLE
tiie magnifigeht
NKW^?fUAMEKri
ST. NICHOLAS MKKKIN, Master .
8T.CIIARLKS..H -.WATTS, Master,
Will leave DA ILY at 5 P. M-. fmtn the lower wharf
baat at the iooto'f Broadway,'Cincinnati:
For freight or pactaic" apply on board, or at the
Oomcfny's Offloe on th*-almrt-boat, woero trsight
will ba ftceivod 1 at all h orfra.; i 6
" ' "JAMIt* GOOD, Pupt. 0. A M. T. Co.
Shippers desiring to ahlp through the above Line
oando so by applying to . .
BOOTH, BATTELLK A CO.,
General Steamboat Agents,
april Gin Corner Uonrorani Water dtre-ts.
Butterfleld's Overland Despatch,
FROM
NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, CHI
CAGO, AND ST.LOUIS.
To all Commercial and Mining Points in
COLORADO, UTAn, IDAHO, AND MONTANA
Territories and theS-ata of NEVAD A.
ri^nROUGlI contracts given at a fixed rate, inclnd
I Inr Railroad aud Overland Transportation and
all charges, on receipt of the property.
For further information apply to
BOOTH, BATTELLR * CO
General Steamboat Agents,
Corner Monroe A Water strtela.
L K. FORSYTH, Agent, No. 11 oonth M*"n street,
Bt. Lool,. Mo. aprjy-Sm
JOSEPH A. METCALF,
MANUFACTURER'S AflKST,
AUD WH0LKSAL1 DKALES II
. HOOP AND SnKET IRON, NAIL RODS
_ Nails, Steel. Springs, Axles, Horse Shoes, Horse
Shoe Nails, WindowGlass, Wine Bottles, Demi
johns, Flasks, Wrapping Papers, Printing
Paper, Plaster Pans, Cumberland Ce
ment, Soda Ash, Maryland Lime,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
AGENT FOB BURKE A BARNrS FIRE PROOF
8 A F' K 8?
Noi 66 Main Street,
WHEELING, WE8T VA.
tar~Orders for goods not in my line furnlshrd at
owest Cash rates. Ja25-ly
~ notice: ~
''pHE undersigned, desiring to devote his undivided
1 attention to OthfcT matters," offers, at private
sale, hla stock ef Drugs, Paints, M?didnse Oils, Ac ^
together with the Ftxtttrss, Furniture, etc.
For particulars and terms enquire of
A. O GOOD
Wheeling, W Va.
Until further notice the business will be continued
as heretofore. aprl tf
THE JBRVICE* of "FLTINO HIATOOA" can
be had for $30 the ira?on, cash. *t the stables
o! his owners la Mt. Pleasant, Jeffe-son county,
OMo. raj*-Md?w J. T. * D. B. DPD?JB??T.
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