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CITY AND STATE KEWS. 1
t hritlMM Giitm, mud Wh?r? <? Q?| |
^ TkcMi *' "* i
( iuMiiia.V and N'Att'YdfcVVi Gifts are a|
% Invitation. I
Purine hnndtMa sft.f of]
??-rtotri ?g
,.., iin!:tarra At the Christmas festival,]
Svn malut.aUit?. aqd many are the J
j, hdfcereate*, BWfcjlW Hie]
?ul ii ! ? r? - knit closer togethesin bonds I
0i 'Ke, during all the long years since J
. observance of the custom began. I
Tbfttylfe of gift# and manner of bestow- I
them varies with the natfori of people I
* _ % 3 t' ??? ?** ?.? * . B
;tn<Uhe age ot the world, bat among all 1
cini-itiaiT nations thfc cuatQin haft pre- 1
v.i'k-d, ?i?ce the time *fieri,juore than]
, jurii hundred years ago* Christ cam* I
i tring 'good gi$s to man." Inthe*e|
i. i ; times, all the refinements of eir- 1
j . : .a and delicacies of art are brought I
to bear in the construction of things J
charming to the eye and gratifying to j
th. hiud. to l>e used as Christmas pre* J
4,.;i!n and tokens of affection. And at I
i he saw* time, there are alj*o displayed in j
proffisTon, presenid of an humbler audi
cheaper kind, placing within the reach I
,f ll|e poorest, the pleasure to be derived I
by heth the giver and the taker of a |
Christmas offering.
We spent two hours yesterday after- 1
uouttitt strolliug Amu one store selling I
h.iliifay goods to another, and succeeded I
in traversing only a single square on |
M.u* Street- The beauty and endless!
. iiiH\ of the gotxls displayed for sale, |
:,iiilthe throngs of purchasers in everyl
and the mauife&tatious of delight I
exhibited by all (espeeially the young) I
' lit h surrounded by so many objects I
(.!'? i iug to the fancy, amused and iuter- I
e-re 1 us much We Arst called at the I
book store of I
??OS. |. WILl>fc,
on i In- corner of Main and Union streets. I
if>- ha> mi hands a splendid stock of books I
all descriptions, hul of thoae particu- I
I ,i i ! y nice for Holiday gifts, we notice I
. iiiie tine English editions of thestaudard I
? ,.ds At a lower price and almost as good I
the former, is a large lot of those beanti- 1
tut iilue ami gold'- editions of the works I
?t both American and Euglish poets, |
: lied by Tieknor A Co. There are I
,1 : -e.it photograph albums at a low!
..f,. did bibles, and praver-hooks, audi
!.r" n l ooks, so neat in their biutliug I
:,l lini li as to induce their fortuuate I
1 i: ii. er to go to church, if for no bet- 1
M )>.it [iosethan to display the beauty of I
rl' ? !? >>k But for a staid, so her aud sen- I
ii m. no more valuable ahd substau- 1
in; i resent can he selected than a copy I
ot the new illustiated edition of Web- 1
tfei's Unabridged Dictionary which, we I
-eve, is only for sale, iu this city, at I
Mi Wilde's. It costs eleven dollars and J
iulf and is the cheapest book ever pub- 1
jiied. I
J T SCOTT AND CO ,
it their Jewelry Store, have the largest I
Bid most elegant lot of all kinds of goods I
. t heir line which has ever been brought I
? i Wheeling As Holiday goods, tbey I
splaj gold aud silvei watches ranging I
if from twenty-live to four hun- 1
lulls is? splendid watches? furnish- 1
i !? ill the uuidern iuprovements" I
finished iu the highest style known I
ut Diamoud rings and breast I
? i i i e i in the show cases and gleam I
?li t-il.r ted light. There are statuettes I
(.lucst Parian marble; vases ofl
? i 'it. i cups aud saucers of la*a; hot- 1
I di i.iiau glass; boxes and card I
"t Mint her-of- pearl, and pocket I
' ??I poiie uionnies in endless vari- 1
Mi. s -,.it has also a very tine as. I
> lit ?.t' Vslver wale, lit to grace the I
? I'l inc.-, and almost sufficient to |
tie- hunger of the guests while I
??nil beauty All Liuds of arti- 1
t ? r th <ti )uu?J and meet with I
\ i PaHTRIIMJE.
t "t U'* i : ? |> li Gallery, on Main
< [>i constantly busy trana
1: .in.! pupci tli** blooming
uc. ni in-, . ustomeia. both old
i'i.J delighting their Wits
Hie albums of which he has
t i .ntmenl. He bells his
it.y i; twenty five pel cent be
. 1 1 pi.. and such bas been
i l..i , t.? his stole that he
ii "i?cn until nine o'clock at
La .i ,pleudid collection ot |
: tj li vt distinguished per
.. ,'t. tun t lie most celebrated
1 'v. >'1<1 in f>teis, &c., & c. Fer-i
A x |it.S( Oeins, and every
?i"-i ?: -iiii |,tp| J res are furnished
although they are
'i 1 1 "j'i uiti' , gifts, they are pe
' i <M : ih./uT Holiday times
>k .'i.L BliOTHEB,
"1H ? ?* 1'a it ridge has a com
h ^ ?ii that is desirable in the
*' T'"'< h:u The lit tie boya and
1 " i. . i, the windows "svith
a ud in the store
?th i^touishiuent and delight,
1 r.iVtlc things dear to chjld
r''. L iiu therein displayed.
' i ? in this city ?will beat
i>jv whi'H, on Christmas raor
permitted to call their
"?t the hcautifnl things they
\rr v. or
tore But there are
main articles to
i
'? i children of larger i
1 ? nit i i'u I ?.v or k-boxes, dress
t- mil traveling bags are ;
? being rapidly disposed j
?x thing which fancy canjnig- j
T'- Hto tor n Christmas pres- !
'?''uil it Mi Kieoll's estab
, ' c OCR axd CO.,
'"ck ot' elegant and nseful
^ \ selected expressly !
" "lay trade They have a '
1. t ' ? i ttuouf of Juvenile books,
v, r pictures, and attract
Ki ^ hose ate in the habit
1(.. U1' J ^or memorandum books
V iir 01 Noughts and feelings
"y of tb* year, will find at
Orr'a ^complete stock, prepared for the
year 1065 They have family Bibles
ranging in price from five dollars to fitty,
and gift boobs bound in elegant style,,
among which w? noticed a splendid edi
tion of "The Cooper Gallery;" Tennywu'ili
jiew poem, "Enoch Arden;" SaxfrS new
|>00k of humorous pmuinscntitled "Clev
er Stories of many. Lauds." ?1,tl H variety
of other new,'1 sfafidard and popular
il AH the houses we visited yesterday
were thronged with customers who were
haying rapidly.. If the little folks and
young folks and older folks of the good
<$ity of Wheeling are not made glad by the
reception of presents next Christmas
morning, it will not be the fault of the
who have these things to sell, or
of the Register which tells where these
things may be bought. There are many
other dealers in Hqliday Goods hi thiswty
besides those we have mentioned. We
will endeavor to pay them a visit at an
eaflyday,
A Bm Thixo on Ictf -Early yesterday
morning, as a geutlemau of the colored
persuasion, who labors under the exeeed
ingly chilly cognomen of John Ice, was
quietly pursuing the even tenor of his
way along a prominent ..thoroughfare, he
met with quite a little episode, or like
Artemus Ward, we might remark "two
episodes." These consecutive and sepe
rate episodes were about as large as a
couple of bunches of digits, belonging to
another American of African descent,
who ventilates the historical name ot M.
Bozzaris Johnston. It appearstliat long
ago, in th& vague bygone times, ere tbe
bellicese and grim -visaged tiod displayed
a wrinkled front so stern, Mr. Johnson
succeeded in capturing the heart of a
fair female of sable propensities, and for
a tune his life was one broad streak of
gtiushine. But alas for the vanity of bu
rn in aspirations' ere the happy day ar
rived which was to see him set up in the
marriage business, a dark and dismal
cloud o'er shadowed the sunshine
of 1 his path. This, cloud was
neither more nor less than the frigid car
cas.4 of John Ice, who succeeded in gain
ing the affecTious of the dark beauty so
neatly mortgaged to Johnson, and caus
ed a decided coolne** between the
plighted pair, so much so, that she tiiial
ly deserted pi. Bozzarris and "froze" to
Ice.. So Mr. Johnston (who lias some
relations near Gallipolis.) yielded to tate,
but: like Othello, the duskey Moor of
yori, he brooded over his wrongs, aud
carefully nursed a fiendish desire for
darjaud bloody vengeance. Yesterday
theflesired opportunity presented itself,
for t{he worthy couple met face to face on
the street, and Mr Johnston, with a
scoxfl on his frontispiece that would
havfe done credit to tbe first witch in
Macbeth, remarked that Ice was a "poor
pupby," very poor and exceedingly pup
py. Mr Ice, who was as cool as a cu
cumber, answered, that he (Johnston,)
needn't look so black about it
Tikis remark addedfresh fuel to John
ston's flame, for|he divested himself of hi*
superfluous "toggerry and immediately
proceeded to climb the romantic frame
of tie frigid individual; so he handed
hiink gentle "sockdologer" in the neigh
borliood of bis left listener, and had this
little mill taken place in Dixie during
the bummer seasou, it would ba\e occas
ioned great rejoicing from the rapid tall
of ioe. After the "ice was broken" Mr.
Johnson brought his pontoons into play
and tested tbe strength of the fallen in
dividual's ribs, aud after having pommel
led liim to his heart's content, he left him
alone to contemplate the proceeds of in
terfering between two loving hearts
An urbane gentleman of the police foree
happened along in a few momenta, and
seeing Mr. Ice's demoralized condition
he arrested him for disorderly eondnct.
Mr. ice paid his tine, and went home a
wiser and sadder man ^ e mean no dis
respict to our colored brethren but we
do think that it was a "big thing on ice."
Pi^j-khixq. ?Yesterday morning. about
ten f'tlock, a boy. of perhapi fourteen
yeail picked up u fur cap from a box iu
frouti of Ha r pci and Bros bat store,
whetfe it was exposed for sale, and im
mediately discovered that he had urgent
business down street Tucking the cap
undei his coat, he bolted incontinently,
closely pursued by the cleik who had
caught a baiting glimpse of the disap
peai ing "tile." The clerk was deet-footed
and Jong- winded, hut the boy was too
much for him and, after pursuing about
three- squares, the clerk gave up tbe chase
and reported the cap "fur" gone No ar
rest |
RiVer Matters - The river was still
risini last evening, but has probably
readied its extreme height
Th^ regular packet? arrived aud de
parten as usual
Th< Wild "Wagoner came up rather
behinjd her usual time yesterday on ac
count! of the high water, arriving about
six o'ilock. She returned last night with
a flair trip. >
Another Blt.glary ?Another bur
glaryltook place night before last in tho
neighlK>rhoo4 of the ITempfieid Depot ?
We failed to learn tho names cf the par
ties rdbbed. No arrests.
fuSntttjre.
fIFb mtEbe establishment,
154 Main street, next door to Bishops
' Jewelry Store
T. FRIEND & SON,
MAXtTAcrniEH or
Styles ofFurnituie,
S-3CCH AS ?
OIUI. BUBEArii BEDSTEADS,
PTTvTiRA and everything usually kept in a
Furniiy bww>
All k nda of work made to order with uaat
ness an 1 dispatch.
t, UX?lRTAKI!f?
We w Q ftmilsh Metallic, as well aa other kinds
of Coffi is. made of the best materials and in the
lateet a id mod approved styisa on short notice.
Hart g had aa experience of years in the m
dertaki ig business, we hope, by strict attsn
? ? a, to oi wit a ihciKyf ? ?w
* *6 BeSEkwMbm
??. our ability.
?ep?' K. T. FiuJLNT
I on I
tian
CITY ITEMS.
LARUE'S WAR SHOW w?? witnessed by
asother full boon l*at might, it is meeting
with great and riehly-deeet-eed saecosa, aad all
w^e have viMted tt -speak tif It it? the highest
-teirms of praiae. 1 Exhibitions will begi ven to
vnkht anil to morrow night, aft4 ?* ipe-pawWF
afternoon the performance wtH Wrepeated at 3
o'clock, for the accommodation of ladiee and
children. Reserved aeat ticket* can baprocnred
at JL K Menor * Music Storr, No. 13? Main 8t
STEIN BRCTS Is the Place t? get your clo
thing made.
pEtTtSBUBO ASDCHAMHHBSBURO
Hi?w these names thrill the heart and bring to
mind scenes of victory, and wanes of sadness and
deep sorrow. There la an interest hanging around
these places which can never be erased from
the historic page, aud everything in om<
net- 1 ion with the battle of Gettysburg and the
burning of Chambersbnrg, Is heard and teed with
gladness. Our readers will be glad to learn that
Rav. Dr. Bangber, of Gettysburg, President of
Pennsylvania College, (from the cupola of whleh
G^n. Lee took bis observations) and Rev. Dr.
Conrad, of Chambemburg; hare oonaented to be
present and deliver addressee on the ooeaaioa of
tli? splendid anniversary of the Lutheran S.
Schools on Friday evening. In addition to these
speakers, Rev. Mr. Graeff, of Philadelphia, and
Rev. Mr. Zatuu, of York, Pa., formerly of Win
chester. -Va., will be in our city to take a prom
incut part in the exercises.
CORNER MA IK AND MONROE STREETS
Is the place to get your cheap and handsome
woilen over-shirts.
Great reductions- so to 40 pkkcc.ni'.
OKP Formeh Prices for Albums1? Until Jann
aryl, 1865 Partridge proposes to sell Albums
of all kinds, at 90 to 40 per cent, leas than they
have ever been heretofore offered in Wheeling
either by himnelf or others, at retail. This is
the very best chance to obtain splendid Christ
mas aud New Years' gifts at low prices which
will be ottered to our citizens.
, FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS, gauta and
venison served up in the best style, st ' The
Office" saloon, uudev Washington Rail. A choice
lot of wines, liquors, :tles and beer, always on
baud OAUS 4 WARNAFELDT.
tf
OYTERS. butter, canned fruit, tin* grocm itss
sausages and everything usually kept in a Hrst
class grocery estsblishiueut, for sale at the low
est luarkot rates by Booth, ttattells 3c Co.,
Steamltoat Agents coimw Monroe aud Water
streets.
STEIN BROS", is the placa to go for anything
in the clothing line.
THE BEST PREPARATION in the world for
a Cough or Cold is Dr. Tanner's Cough Mixture.
Try it. For sale by Chas. Graham, Maiu street,
Centre Wheeling, and druggists generally.
DR. C. W. ROBACK? flSr: Your Blood Puri
fier and Pills sell better here thau any other
medicines I could keep. They are just the med
icine for the people, peculiarly adapted for the
cureol Fever aud Aguo, but the people use theiu
as a general medicine.
To break an attack of the Ague take a table
spoonful of the Blood Purihor every hour, -and
then cleanse the stomach and bowels well with
your Pills, and in three days the complaint will
be removed and a permanent cure effected.
All who try this treatment before applying to a
physician will be saved much cost and suffering.
Yours truly A. B. TAFT
Bangor, VanBuren Co., Mich., Sept. 9. 64.
GO TO STEIN BROS for your clothing
THE ATTENTION OF COUNTRY MER
CHANTS is invited to the unusually large stock
of Boots and Shoes now in store and for sale by
McClellau A Knox at 65 Main street. Prices as
low If not lower than any ottivi house in the
city Give them a call. octSl-Sm*
IT IS A FACT admitted by every man who
has succeeded in business, that to do businsss
you must
ATTRACT THE ATTENTION
Of tltose you wish to become your customer* It
yont wares are ol that sort that are used by
everybody, you cannot well make your busiuess
too public or draw too many into your store to
see what yon ha\ e to offer.
IN FORM THE WORLD.
Fiv \ our standard on the outer wall in the
shape of handsomely printed Posters aud scat
ter Circulars and small Kill* thick us leaves iu
VaUajmhrnsa." Oi il as is most generally the
case, your waies especially address a particular
clasi
BESIEGE EVERT AVENUE
By which the attention ot that class can be
reached hv well phrased appeals to their tastes
fancies aud interest. If you have Posters, Cir
culars and Handbills, it is important that they
be put and scattered in the rignt places.
The surest way to reach the particular class
you aim at is to make sure that yon
NOTIFY EVERY MAX,
Woman anil chiM. it is certain that Any per
cent may be added to the trade ot many houses
In this City bv pruilent distribution of bills and
circutu'3 Advertising pava.
Arraugcuieut.s are made by which the business
interests of business men may be thus advanced,
bv having tliclr Job Printing handsomely and
cfiea]dy none at the othce of The Register We
have every convenience foi doing all LumIs of
Printing
PROMPfLY AND WELL
At the lowest living price* We are constantly
adding new styles of type, and w hatever else it
necessary to enable u* to respond at once to any
calls for the products of Types and Press
. ' j ' IN ALL RESPECTS.
It is meant that the office ot The RratoTEB shall
be eaual to all demand* upon it. Ibe best
Printing of every description,
! AX XHE LOWEST PRICES
For Railway Companies and Transportation
Line 3 j for Lawyers, Merchants and Mauui&c
tut en for Banks Academies and Societies foi
Oper* Companies and Concerts, for Shows and
Exhibitions, for Politicians and the rest of mas
kind may be obtained at the
' OFFICE OF THE REGISTER
Bill 'brads. Bills and Blanks of evary descnp
tion. (tard ? of every stylc; Pamphlets and Post
ers oflall kind* neatly and promptly done, at
The T HEELixa Regwter.
BOOK BENDERY.
TOT JflW
BOOK BINDERY
ATTACHED to tkz
"BEGISTEB' OFFICE,
Toms Oat on Short Notice
EXTRA SUBSTANTIAL
Blj^ANK BOOK?,
. C C* i I * < v I
Mad* trom tLo Best Paper and of any stjU
of Cap, Demi Medium Royal, Sujpei Royal, or
Imperial Paper, with or without Printed Head
ing* td anv required pattern and ii superior ,
styles l
ALL KINDS OF
! RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT
?r t ? A^-D ?
? ? : a i
Jltf Bi AIVTH.B .. PB|NTI WO,
Um\ I I * -4 1'i ' j I
Ttone id a superior manner, and on short notice. 1
QTORDERS SOLICITED.
OLOTsnra.
JOHW T. LAKXW, =
MERCHANT TAILOR. '
rj? jui ufiuu iME
of Goods in his line, Matbruvg&t to Uuh meekf*.
and especially deefgAed tat the appreackW
aad \Y inter Trade, cnneiatioa M? pwitfeMlAI/
lowing goods : ^ T^(
FRENCH CLOTHS AND CABSIMEREH
BLACK, BLFK, BROWN AND DAH '
HA. FANCY, FRENCH. XX
AtfBBICAN
COATINGS AND CASSIlttRlS, * '
Of almost ewry conceivable style and eolor, all
of which we wiu make opto order, in the latest
and most approved style, at short notice, by the
beat workmen, and a* the lowest prices Call
early and make yonr selections.
Military outfits furnished at short notiee, made
in the most datable manner, at
102 MA N ST. WHEELING W- V
'
NEW CLOTHING HOUSE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A Tremendoui Stock of Clothing
? AKI>?
Gent's Furnishing Goods I
Just received at
| H. dc S. ROSENHEIM'S
Cheap Clothing Emporium,
No. 1OT Main Street, Cor. Sprigg Allev;
WHEELING, VA.
Cull soft* and secure bargains M we have jsst re>
eeived ,
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS'
Worth of Goods which will be sold cheaper than
the cheapest deo?
HARPKK A KRO:
HAVE A
SPLENDID STOCK
OF
HATS k CAPS.
sep*> _________
LIQUORS.
SALE OF FINE
OLD LIQUORS,
TO CLOSE OUT BUSINESS.
ON ACCOUNT OF FAII.INfi
HEALTH. I have determined to sell out
liiV eutlro stock of Wines and Liquor* With
other good brands w ill l>e found the follow ing
B?it Old Economy Rye Whisky , Best Old
Bramlv Siguet and other favorite "brands ; Old
Port Wine, Old Sherry Wine* Old Madeira
Wine, Ac., Ac
My Liquors Lave been highly recouimon.led
and extensively used by Physicians and Drug
gists.
Persons wanting a fine and reliable article
would do woll to call and examine m j stock.
SOLOMON I BLOCH.
cooiO-lnu No 6 Monroe street
Q. W. FBANZHEIM,
No 157 Market street
Wheeling, \'a.,
. IMHORTEg aVD DSAI.BK IS
BRANDIES, WINES, &C?
Eeepa constantly ou hand the
Oldest and bent arl iol? of Rye
aud Bourbon Wliiitltles,
And the Choicest Brands of
IMPORTED BRANDIES AND WINES.
1 paitituilaily invite the attentiou ol the pub
lic to the superior article of
CATAWBA AND ISABELLA Wl\TES,
Rawed in the viciuity of Wheeling which 1
offer to the pnblic at a low figure.
Rectifying conducted ou a large aud at
low pilcea. sep'JO
HENRY ROSENTHAL,
importer mid Dealer iu
foreign and Domestic
\Vine? and I^iqiior*.
in, Stmtbwcst C.'or. klaiket Square A Union St.
Whbbuxu, W. Va.
BECI9 LK4II TO CAM. THK AT.
TENTION ol the public to his largo uud
well assorted stock of French Braudies, Jamaica
Bum Holland Gins, Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Port,, Sherry, Madeira and Claret Wine* Spaik
ling Qatawbas anc Champagnes.
Also, to bis large Stock uf Domestic Liquors
as Cherry, Blackberry, Kaspberry Apple ami
Peach Brau>lioi Bourbon and Rye Whiskies
Stomach and Cocktail Bitten also to my double
recti&ed Rose Whisky
I also manufacture aud keep lunstautl.v on
band a large stock of prime Cider Vinegai to
whicl^ together with the abore choice brands o t
Liquor, I would in rite th? special attention of
country dealers and the public generally
sep*i
L. LYONS' PUHE OHIO
Catawba Brandy,
AMD
IPABKLIN6 CATAWBA H'lNEI,
Squat in Quality and Cheapen in Pi ict than the
JBrandiu and Wines of tk* Old World
Tot iummer Complaint Cholera Infantum
Bowel Complaint Ciamp Colic and Diar
rbosa
A Sin t Curt Qt iai?htud or th> ...fl
U refunded
I If ilPPOET OF THE ABOVE
STATEMENTS. are presented the Certifi
cates od Dr Jai. E. Chilton Chemist New York
Dr. Hiram Cox. Chemical Inspector Ohio Dr
Jamco R. Nichols, Chemist. Boston. Dr. N- ?
Jones Chemical Inspector, Circle rill# Ohio
Prof. Q. T. -Jackson. Chemise, Boston, Dr. Chas
Upham Shepard. Charleston 3. C.; and J. V. Z.
Blaneu ana G. A. Mariner. Conralting Chem
ists. Ciucago. ail of whom hare analyzed the
Cata "xta Brandy, and command it in the UAsi;
terms, for medicinal use.
A~alyds of the M?UMcfiV9ctts S*att Amytr
January 25. ISie.
TThofc evaporated through clean linen it left no
oil or offensive matter. * In ereir respect it is a
Pt'RT stiritucas liquor. The Oil ? hich gives to
this B&ndy its flavor and aroma, is wholly nnliko
fusil or grain oil. Its odor partakes of both the
fruit aaaoil of grapes. With acids it produc?3
oiners pf a high fragrance. The substitution ?f
dus.Btandy for Comae Brandy trill do a~ay
rltk the manufacture of fictitious spirits sola
under this name both at home and abroad.
Respectfully.
A. a. &AYES M.D.
Assayer to slate Mass IoBoyleston ftt
| By the tamt. in 1864
I hatfe analyzed ' LYONS' PURE CAlA CTBa i
bRaXdT," with reference to its composition
and character, being the same as that produced
injpast years A sample taken from ten casks
affordea the earns results with regard to purity;
a slightly increased amount of tne principle on
which iis flavor depends was determined by com
parison -with former sampled
The indications of annalysis show that this
Brandvis produced by ths same process as most
of ths ImporgdBEgdj. . i% ^ w
vjlTraysil M. D.,
Boeioi
I Mamt/attu rtd only by H H. Jacob if Company
M74k
STEAMBOATS.
Imnlre. f
Capt. J ah ns Walton. wilT
leave SuntLsU every morning at !<
\>fcloo* iMirtlia:* e^c^adJ. Iiotarn4ag will
1?ve Wh?Hnr*!Wt.*Lrt. /A M d*c? Ira
-*RP*2j
| frry Jwmu K& W A9t B VA ?T
i i ttftl |tfMPTTTir/> p?weu?r me*m*r -?.
;MHIK3HLiXatn/l. t Tavlair, Ob
tain, .L. ?. Beeler. Clerk, will lurt WhieUiw
. prery Mamlm, W?4aMiUy and Friday, at S
'?'clock A- M> JLe?ve Pittsburg every Ta?*la?'
Thnnwlfly aniKS*twlay,at W u'clock M
All way bfWMW ptfmiptlr mtriid^l ?*?
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- Yart&igai or p&nugo. apply ?m board. <>r t?? J .
1). Cfitt.t^rtrooD, Ageut, PHUburg, ?r
* hrxrrn battellk a ca.
. ilw3 Agent*, WbewUag.
JPeople'si Packet !
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WkffHujp and Cincinnati.
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Lefres Wheeling Krcry Friday, at 4 ?. M.
A Sh?f? pnMir patronage rMMClAill) *6'
licit*. JtOOT*. MATTLLLE A CO
novlttl' . . A genu.
~~ TO OIL ' MEN
OIL WELL BORING TOOLS
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oh. w em, prnp?.
liOil Well Tnbiny.
(Light Mnri Heavy lion in. I Bijm fultti)
OIL WELL PUMP RODS
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?t\ui f'timjj I hit ititwi au<l Vulva. Wrought /?*?
Prnnjt < 'hfimhtn tint>,l tolth Rra?t
f UMP TOPS ANO FINISHED RODS.
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TlfK HAVE OX A1VD FOR
s.alk Lrcrrr aud iieavv ArtesUu
Tnt?v Hn? i>r Iron Joints. Wo will guarantee
our Light TuUi to stand a working pressure of
300 |l?s and the Heavy lbs to the stjuaie
iucli. Wreught Irou ltra.ss Lined Chambers, the
same size as pipe, lor hea\ y working pressures
We have just introduced Tniutlar Wrought Iron
Putllp ltodrt. Plush .loilltS IIIHllo St I'OM W aud OIIO
size its eutim length anil rannot cut the sides of
the tnhe All ytnd^of si ti? In c.iniiei'tbJ with
Oil. W K I. I. ?
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Kept con-ttautly on hand
aeinl h>r CirenKl' of pi i? ei
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
OKI ICE NO lo WATER STREET.
docl'. OidArttw PITISBUROH, PA
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Calf Greek Oil Compauy,
, Of WEST VIRGINIA.
14 Pi 1AL 9(1,000.000.
SHARES. tlO^OOO.
par, value ?ia subscription price
PAID IX FULL *2 30 PER SHARE
RSstRTED WOP.EJXO CAPITAL Hiyft.
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PftSMUKT? JAMfiS McOUTCHEOX
SBcretaey avp T?ea3LUSR? WM. BRICE
. . i DIRECTORS
*His MPt.'utfheon IT.J. Admins
Huiih t'raig Geo. McFuddeu
Vf lUiatii Brire N. H (ir.thaiu
Henry Butcher.
Th4 Stork Book of the Company i* uuw vpeii
at tha Counting flou-x* ol'
MESSRS. AiiCriV'HtON 4 COLLIN'S.
-.'40 Noiih Front Street
uiBM'RIRKKN. I'PO* ENTER
|N6 thcti names will he required to pay
tii't> percent of theii ?uh.st riot ions thu hahaice
ip sixty days w htm the iwrtine ite# of atock will
bere.ld\ i'oi delivery.
The fjmfaof this Company have been solet
t*d with the greatest caro 1?> some of the most
experienced oil lOeti and geologist* ol the couu
trv. and consist of
Virit, A Htm t two acre* of land on Horse NetA,
npon ivnlrh they havfl one well in which they
have Inst atmek oil. This well in the opinion
of out Superintendent as well a* all experienced
uieu who huveswn it, will ho a lareo yielding
?roll >s it liuws oil now at interval* twenty fee I
above the well and will yield to thu Coinp inya *
share at least
FIFTY J*ARKKI*SPJfK DAY.
Sutht lent, it is believed, to pav >i hau<lsonie <11*
idenribu the whole capital.
W e pro now waiting the unirsl of nerwMi f
machinery to wnrk tho well.
SerOiul,' In h tract of I?mi res owned in fee by
tllH l ?ii.,
Third, la a tract of 58h> acres, on a tweutf
year.Vloase, subject to one eighth of the oil as a
royalty. Both of these are turanrpuaed a* oil
tehitqi y, and lie in close proximity to ths Hoiss
N'eck iiid Kawtoti't Klin territory and to the
Bull Cyeek Company.
Thejwork ou both ol these is prosecuted with
vigor, ami on Tract No Three we have struck a
heavy lubricating oil at a depth of M feel.
For knore full Information see piotp?itu? at
Messrs. McC UXC H EON" \ t ol l INS No V4o
North Front ->t,i est, Philadelphia ds< IV.
WBW YORK
-AN'D
Liverpo ol
PETROLEUM COMPANY
Capital Mock. - - *1,000,000.
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1 1 uoo shares at ?ii? each
i
I a i *4*. nptioB Price Five Doil&is per Mtais
I.h Uil" Ali&sty YieUltu^ hAi^ei?
Frc?;4eM-Hox DANIEL g DKKTSMS.
Tice-Bresi3ent~W3i. I. PHIPPS.
Ssareiiry? ROBKT.T BaSSETI
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ry Boors arc op^n for snbecripuoa at the of
fice CI the Company .JrL
No 71 Hr^auTTrr Empire Boildirg* (T-vm 34)
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HE LAND* OF THIS COUP!*
_ N"? art: situated is the hem of the Oil
Kejuts, rjid i:.ciudc port km i of those rrali
tno-^Ti i(K;alitiCi? the HcEihecr Farm the tro
MrClintOct Farms? and otter pnrrcd a*4 rain
able Working T orritories rarindfci*
OTER TvT 0 IHOXTSAITD aCRES 15 FTE
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Oi?ke_biit Oil Territerr aWfei OS Crock and is
west Tiirgmia ntrrr under proce is of succewfn]
icTeiopofccct and Oil is rcfulaily and largely
produced from sen-oral wells up on them.
A do re *3 Ttu X*v York and Livtrptd Petroleum
Compauf, Boz 3 3?e Pott Ofiet. X w Fwf City
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Blchard Carter.
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