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if a Baan or woman de?
. or her name in the paper,
1 esary for them to ao is to
u , and then pay it in legal
an immediately pubhih
ent In the newspapers,
having been guilty of
* in greenbacks, and the
1 advertisers are warned
them, and to pass them
~ of the parties
?verty is honorable. If so
,ble country we will have
icoln's next, term , if things
are heen doing,
her likeness taken by a
who executed it so well
Biid prefers it to the ongi
!Vi>, undertaking to find a
Ar daughter in Cincinnati,
({aid daughter's being in
rn being requested to iudi
' of accomplishments she
laving her nopeful daugh
said"de gall must larn de
itog, anynow, and mebby
rOaain and writin." ? Ex
?iou General Butler is cur
|*rcles. It seems that the
J* have little faith in the
?Bl.andat a recent court
Ifrniy of the James, a soldier
L to two years' hard labor
|U> grocer soils trackers at
two cents per pound to
a banket to carry them
yomical iu the paper way,
in a traveler in the new oil
asvlvania says: "We were
the creek by an oil prince, I
kir to a million, coatless
with but ono suspender
'rage and his trowsers up
kt all babies V?oru after
?h uext, must be "stamped"
Hfe.
b coloring animal*, an ex
improves all dogs
a turtle, fur several (lays
Hon from the body, retains
.aimal life ami sensation,
j.ad decapitated one, and
t'ward wan amusing himself
ijs in his month. which it
(4. lady who sasv the pr?>
*imed.
<ok 1 thought the turtle
I
j,'am, but the craytkri't not
?Y GOODS.
'IINGNEW'
V VFAR
lew York Prices
?H ONLY!
"DIT AFI?H J AS 1ST iot>2l
BOOK
R?.
j/heap Enough
JLL THEMSELVES
I
VoJucKtbc EXCLUSIVE CASH
i ?niinMc?
iy. December Mill,
, Ol'T MT LAKOS JTOCK Ot>
GOODS
AT
PKJCJKS FOR t 'A2H.
J. S. RHODES.
ro STOVES.
iTON & OLARK,
koutt u s UtiLSKMS
\\ l,& Wot ?|)
G STOVKS ! I
Alto, all kind* of
JO HEATINGiSTOVES,
for either Wood ot Coal.
tBE,
flA)UOH POINTS
?RATES. ARCHES
iptionm
STINGS,
ill, Flooring Mill
AXD
ftdill Castings.
INDRY & MACHINE SHOP
: ihwlln|? W. V*.
_ Irea "?arke?.
Tuesdat Evening, Dec. J?, 1864.
The following are mannfactnrera' price*. In
quantities of leu than five tons, One-half cent
par pound will ba charged In addition to tha
I p^bliahad rata#.
' . FLAT BAM Ut ON.
* to? by t to 1 Inch, 7t
8 to? by It to 1# " 7f
11 toll by tto I " v...,..7f
U- ROBS SffOK IRON. 1
1 by 5-16 to i Inch, 8t
mxavt rand iron.
4 to It by i and 3-16 " 8t
t to i by t and 3-16 " 8t
HOOf AND UOHT BAND.
24 to 6 Inch 8i
lttoS ?? 91 1
u to it ?* r 1
1 to It " - 9J
I Inch, 10t
* { " v I2t
ROUND AND SQL'a'BB.
1 to 2? inch 7t
Sf to 21 " 7*
3 to 31 " 8t
31 to 4 " 8|
| f and f ?' 7
t and 9-16 Inch, 84
I and 7-16 " it
5-16 Inch 8t
i i " 8
111 " 11
OTAL IBON.
ttt li inoh 7t
* to ft " 8
t inch, ?. 8t
* l
HALF OVAL AND HALF ROUND IRON.
1 tt li inch 8
'ft* * " k 8t
filch, 8J
? 9
SAIL BODfl.
J nsiata Boiled f and 3-16 by i inch
" Slit :
RAIL ROAD IBON ? COUNTER -8L*NK AND PUNCHED.
It by ft, 7-16 and t.77. 8}
It by J and 5-16 81
It If and 2 by t and t 7J
Hby ? 3
WTIOUOHT SPIKES
X Rail Spikca. 5 by t Inch, 9
" " 54 to 10 by t Inch, 84
3t to 10 by 9-16 inch, 8t
F Bail Spikee 5 to 10 by t and t inch 9
Boat Spitea, 3 to 10 by t inch, 10
5 to 10 by 5-16 inch, 9*
" 6 to 10 by t, 7-16 and t inch 9
B. H. Spikee, 6 to 10 by 9-16 and t inch 8J
Fish Bare of all deacriptiona
Plow Slabs,
Plow Winga, :
New York Jloaer market.
[By Telegraph.]
Xew Tout, Dec 09
MONEY? More active and firm at 7 f* cent.
STEBLING? Quiet.
GOLD ? More active and firmer, opening at
12 24i, advanc ing to #2 2f>i, declining to |2 90|,
and closing tirtu at #2 23.
GOVERNMENT STOCKS? Los active and
lower
New York market.
[Bv Telegraph.)
New York Deo. 20.
COTTON? More active and higher, at tl 23
91 2$ for middling; closing quiet.
FDOUR ? State aud Western 20 925c better and
more doing, at #10 109 10 25 for extra State; 10 Oh
911 15 for shipping extra B. H. O., and 11 S'.fft
12 00 for trade nranda; market closing quiet.
WHISKY ? Firmer, at #2 20 92 24 tor Western
WHEAT? More active and 293c better, at
?2 88 for Milwaukie Club port: Winter Ked Wea
tern. 2 56. and choice Amoer Kentucky it 2 f>0.
BYE ? Dull and nominal.
BARLEY? Qnict.
CORN ? Dull, at #1 9i' for mixed Westeru, in
store, and 1 914 for do,, atioat.
OATS? Ic better aud quiet, at #1 0591 06 for
Western.
COFFER ? Quiet, at 41 <? 44 lor Laguayra aud
Maracabo; 46948c for Java, and 48c for St. Do- !
minge.
SrGAR- -Steady, at 27c. for clarified X. O,
and 174926c for Havana.
MOLASSES ? Quiet, at 85c for Muscovado.
PETROLEUM? Firm, refined in bond, 75i-;
crude quoted at 55956c, und refined free, at as a
98c.
WOOL ? More tone to market but Imjinoes
is quite moderate. !
PORK ? Firmer, closing somewhat irregular,
#38 7f??39 50 for 1863-4 lurtu. cash; new do., #369
"H 00, prime, #-1850, and ? 00 tor prime mess -
Also 5o,<NI0 bbls. uew mess for January and Feb
ruary, buyers and sellers option, at #4225342 75;
1 000 bids, mess for December, at f J9
BEEF? Steady and iu fair demand at ibout
previous pricos.
BEEF HAMS -Stead s .
CCTMEATS ? More active
DRESSED HOGS- Firm, at *1? for Western.
I.ARD? Rathei firmer hnt not very active, at
^ ' I 'l^er an extreme piii e for city
Hi ITER-- Little more dt-m iiid; firmly held at
nrrv '>r and 4.r.5G?v tor State
CHEESE- -Firmer aud ruthi* more acti.e ?t
10i924c
> r w York faille I*Inik?i.
[By Telegraph.]
New Y<jhk Dec. -3i?.
Xho current prices for thr week fot Cattle at
?ill yards arc :
REEF
Fiist quality jl'i32t I Common ?11212
Fair to jood n?il6 | Inferior ? 9310
COWS AND CALVFS
First quality #<*>875 | Common ?35a4C
Ordinary 45355 | Inferior 3<>?H
VEAL CALVES
iirst k|Uility V tB 1J191S I Common l?>i
Ordinary "... 1) 13 1 Inferior ... InSlWt
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Extras ?> head 1*59 ?*' I Common tJ 5 ><14 SO
Prune quality T&fi *??? I Intei mr .. 4 00 5 4 25
Ordinary ? . .. 537 on |
SWINE, (Heavy >
Corn isd 9 it 14 .7 144 I Still tea 13414
Light : .... Uiali; [
The m%iket opened tathci he .vy on Monday
uudei influence ot unfavorable weather but was
decidedly firmer to-day Christmas sttfvrs sold
at 20325c ^ It and all prime stork sold readily
The extreme prices cauuot last all the week
The total receipts of Stock fot this week aud
last week were as follow*
THIS MEEK 1.4*1 WEEK.
Beeves. 7 t.2o
Cows 79
Veal C*1 ves .1 o25
Sheep and Lambs. .2,303
Swine .. .. .. 15, *34
Bee\es e,245
Cow#. jjo
Veal Calves 139
Sheep and Lajnhslt-. 152
Swine *24 067
Cincinnati tl?;k?l.
Monday Evexino Dec. 19.
k'LOC K? I amily at 110 15 and extra -it ?9 40.
WHISKY? Sales at #2
GROCERIES ? Coffee 403 47? lor tairto pr.me
Pio Sugar, raw at 223264c, and hanU at 313
31k, New Orleans Molasses at tl 25 a 1 30.
PROVISIONS ? Mess Fork Ml Lard 23c and
16# 1 6c for bulk Meats
HOGS ? $>o Its. averages at j!4 5 ?.
WHEAT? White, ti #? a i 25 Red :1 ttii
CORN? Sales at *1 07
OATS? Sales at 84c
RYE? Sales at #1 5" 3 1 45
BARLEY? Prime Spring at :1 65 and Prune
Fall ?1 75.
BUTTER? Prime to choice Central Ohio 4 fit
49c.
CHEESE? Western Reserve aud Hamburg at
80?21c.
EGOS ? 47c P dozeu.
HAY*? Prime Timothy at #2032?.
FRUIT ? Green Apples at |4 5<?35 25 bbl
for Eastern, aud >2 5. 93 75 for W ostein Dtied
Apples 114318k V %
New lork Wool tlarkct.
l'be active demand noticeable for all descrip
tions at the date ot our last has subsided aud
the market during the week under review has
there lore been rather <(Ui?H Manutacturmaud
speculators apparently suppled their immediate
wants last week and "the market now not only
partake* of less activity but of less buoyancy
iti riew of the docline in the price of j;old. and a
disposition on the part ot some holders to accept
easier rates, in order to close up old accounts at
the close of the year
The sales for thr week include 35n,uou ICS. 11
lihois, Michigan St <te Pennsylvania and Ohio
fleece at tSlc a #1 oS, including some well-condi
turned aud pick lock State and Ohio at il I
15c, 000 IBs pulled at9>'9'<Gc for city suptri atid
extra, aud Hoc 3 II W? for country dor
California, mostly on Philadelphia account, at
49 <r62?c for hurry and free from buns; 2? Iwtle*
. white Oouskoi at 33a'334c. gold; ltfci East India
J 60385c; 1 000 Cape 22 u 27k, uold, iucluding 9*'
, bales do. at 50*-, currency , 15o Mestizo at 15 <; 45;
100 unwashed Entre Riot*, .ibout 35c, 3,-*>o m*.
damaged Mexican, at 4dc. tkio bales unwashed
i Greek. 50o do. G* rmau. J4 do. waefefd C.nlova
, and 5 do St. Jacob on private terms, and several
i ether lots, jiarticnlars of which are not nmde
public.? Economtit
'? SWEENEYS & CO.,
kinds. Wheeling, Va. sp?)
i
KICH.i HD80.V '* X SL8XKT **1UWSAS.
Richardson & M'Kennan,
TTORNEVSAT LAW. OFFICE,
09 Monroe "Stree^ above'
-Ut
I J. E. NAYLOR,
will promptly attend to any Jrarinew ?n
permanently weasea n me c?y w?
will promptly attend to any faitee
tedtoto.
;? Dental office. BoVl
DA-VIXL LAMB. JAMSi TAUUL.
LAMB&PAXTLL,
4 TTOBrara at law, wjnit
A INO, WEST VA. will practice in the courts
of Ohio County and adjoining Countiee.
Office on east side of Fourth Street, ne*rtbe
Court House. octl0-3m
JaJIBS s. wheat.. hkkbt a
i WHEAT & FLESHER,
4 TTORNE YS AT LAW, WMEEJL
J\ INO, WEST 7A, will attend to all urofce
aiofi&l business in the Circuit Courts or Ohio,
Brooke, Hancock and Marshall, the District
Conrtof Appeals foj the State of West Virginia.
CALDWELL & B0Y5T
A TTOBIfETI AT LAW, WO. *9
A MAIN STREET, UP STAIRS.
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
A TTOBNEY, COLLECTOR OF
i\ PENSIONS, Soldiers' Claims, and Certified
Actouuts. All Officers, Soldier*, or Seamen dis
abled in the service of the United States, are en
titled to Pensions for life;-and in case of their
death, the widow, orphan children, mother or
sister of any such officer, soldier or seaman, is
entitled to a pension, snd also the bounty of ooe
hundred dollars, and all back pay due. My fee
iu each case is FIVE DOLLARS, if the claim
for pension is collected, snd NO CHAROE in
case of failure.
Certified accounts collected on the most reas
onable terms.
Office. No. 150 Fourth Street near the Court
House, Whoeling. Va. sepSO
T. C. KIGER, M. D.,
HOnffiPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Office at Residence, below M'Lure House.
Market Street, Wheeling, West Va
?B"Special attention given to the treatment
iu diseases of Women and Children. sep20
AUK. ROBERTSON, M O. T. LUNSFOBD. A. M
Robertson & Lunsford,
fiS& SURGEON DENTIVT8, 143
QSBb MARKET STREET, Wheeling, Wort
Va. sepl7
" "cTaTwingerterT
BSgM DEXTIST, OFFICE AND
RESIDENCE, No. 63, Market Street,
npuiiy opposite Custom House, Wheeling, W.
va. septio-ly
mTfT HULLIHEN,
C3i WHEELING, VA., DENTIST,
OFFICE, comer of Market aud Quincy
Street*, ono square above tho Custom House.
Be>$>
euston&storey,
Brewers, corner qhncy
A XD M A RKET STREETS
sep?.'
F. J. ROTHACKER,
Brewer, ihalster and hop
DEALER, Market Street Brewery, Wheel
ing, W. Va.
K??eps constantly on hand it full *upply of eve
rytbing iu bis line. ' nopSO-ly
H. W. PHILLIPS,
IRON AND RRASS FOUNDER,
1 STEAM ENGINE BUILDER, and General
Machinist, Xortli Wheeling, Va.
GEO. W. SMITH,
Manufacturer of pale,
BITTER AND RENNET .\LES and
Mulstcr Hint Hop Dealer, corner of Fourth and
Zane Streets, Wheeling West Va.
1^* Bottled Ales always ou hand. j?9u
p. wTbosley,
MA.U'FAC TrKGK oi coitmoN
AND FANCY CANDIES and dealer in
Foreign Frnitft Nut-t etc. No I Market St.
Wlneluiir. Va sep20
OLD EXCHANGE,
LOHV.XZ PI. FINER. PROP'R,
No l*< Uuioa street. Oysters served up at
all hours, In any style. Choice Liquoisaud Ales
constantly on b*md *ep20
M
M. W. JORDON,
ARIU.F WOBHEH, U\ TUB
KKTStREET, between the Custom Roust;
anil littlo wire briO ?ie. Wheeling, W. Vh.
Mounmeuts Tombs. Head and I'oot Stones
Buriil Vault*, and Fencing lor Cemetery Lot*,
all executed in tbe licit itvle. City and country
order* met with prompt attention sep2u
WYKES AND BROWN'S
PilOTOGRAPIIIC GiLLEBY,
I jy Main Struct, Wheeling. W. Va
Photographs of all sizes and styles Photo
graph! in ludia Ink. Oil aud Water Colors Our
< an! P Holograph* cannot be surpassed in rich
ness of tone ami daruhility
A vpuied assortment of Frames always on
hand and for salu cheap A I ho mu assortment ol
Cards Ot the Uniou o dicer*. sep2u
1)
THOMAS TURTON,
t A I. H E II I V BEADY MIXED
PAINTS Glass Sash, Oil.' fcc No 38
MarketJStvoet Wheeling. Va.
SIGN PAINTING attended to prowptij.
sepH>-3m
WM. W. MILLER,
(Established iu 1338.)
MAM 1A( TIRER OF PLOWS,
STOVES GRATES HOLLOW WAKE
dkc. No 2 Main Street corner ot John Wheel
ing W. Va tepW-ly
JOSEPH TOLIVAR,
RKTAII. DEAIiEB in hats and
CAPS No 5 Washington Hall, Wheeling,
Va. Ke??ps constantly on hand a full aud
complete assortment ot everything iu his line,
which will be sold off at the lowest inatket rate?.
sep'-'O
SMITH'S
BOTTMX(< (FI l Aii. T1IE IX
dei^igued. having placed bis bottling Worka.
in thorough repair Is now prepared to nil all or
ders lor ltot tied Ales Porter and Brown Stout.
*p*. GEO W. SMITH
CHARLES SIEBKE"
SIC CESSOR TO **. DIE.tlEL.
FANCY DYER AND SCOURER. South
Street, near the B A O. K. R Depot, Wheeling.
W. Va All kinds oi Shuwia. Kibbons. aud eve
ry description oi Silks and Woolen Goods exe
cuted ou short notice aud on reasonable terms.
This itt tbe first and best Steam Dying Estab
lishment iu the Western States. sep'AJ
Ko|ie Store.
R. J. BERRY & 00.,
MAM FA4 TI RKRSl A \ I* UEAL
KKS IN MANILLA ROPE BED SASH
ami M.tchiue Cords 1 wines Rmkiug Yarn
Oik urn Tar Blocks and Broom Handles. Hoist
ing Rope titled up and splicing done tit the
shortest notice. No. S3 Water Street, nearithe
Pemberton Houey Wheeling. W. Va. sep3U
P. E. ZINN,
I;rliterer a- coafe?tioiy
ER Bridge Corner. Whoeliug, W. Va.,
wholesale and retail Jo ilei iu Foreign Fruits'
Nuts aud Cigar* and manufacturer ot kletlned
C*??djr. sjjjj
Wedding and other parties turni*he.| on short
notice and accommodating terms. w}?i>
SIMON KEIM,
IMPORTER A>D DKUCH IN
w F2 m.^i. AXP DQM WINES,
Brandiee, Whiskir*. ic 21>> Mai** ^feet.
Whewfyif i Va.
I wonla invite the sp?n ialutt?>utiono( city "??*
country dealrra, aad tho public generally, to
call and examine ut\ stock hef.ro nitrelaeiair
elaowherf. ?
Joa^ltNmE&ao^~
Lamp Future* Xb. ?a Maili Street. mM
=?=
lw?w Carr n'ifac tor r >
J0HV PFARE,
f rcick C?if<ctl?nrr>
i PHILIP SCHWEITZER,
AmiVTff BESBY 3c LITTLES'.
V Ho. S3 Market Street, has now on hand ana
It constantly receiving a large stock of Confec
tionary. Medical Balti more Couch Candy, and
ettry other rariety of Candy aac Cakes. Toys
of every description, and a fall aaaortment of
Varieties and Notions. sepSO
SWANN HOUSE,
piBKEBIBCBO, M? CHANG
JL ED HANDS. On Thursday, October 8th,
1863, J. W. Pent, late of the Richmond Home,
took poaaeaaion of the Swann House for a
term of years. He hopes, by strict attention to
business, to merit a continuance of the very lib
eral patronage conferred upon him when propri
etor of the Richmond. I
Every department is in, the charge of the
most efficient assistants. J. WM DENT.
4eP*> - , .
9. L BOOTH. W. O. HaTTELIi- J. C. JELLY.
Mm J. VV IML I j, r { tj ',1
BOOTH, BATTELLE & 00.
Proprietors of wharf
BOAT, STEAMBOAT AGENTS, and deal
era in Family Groceries and Boat Stores, Wheel
ing, W. Va. sep2iJ-ly
HAMMOND &KELLERB
aRE?TAERANT, UNION STREET,
between Main and Market Wheeling, Ta -
sters, Fish, "Warm Meals: etc. furnished at
Jioarv f 1 . % "i / . 4^4' .if. its .if
Game in season
Choice Wines aud Liquors, Alee and Beer si- <
wat? oti band.
decC 3m
JOHN L. HARGREAVEsT
Dealer in ready !>iixed
PAINTS, GLASS, SASH, and PUTTY.
Gilt and Rosewood Picture Frames, and Veni
tian Blind M&ao&cftarer, No. 63 Main Street,
Wheeling, W. Va. aep2o
THE UNITED STATES
Army and navvclaik agen.
CY. AU Bounties, Pensioua, Arfeara of
Pay, Quartermasters' Accounts craiuis for lost
Hones Indemnity Claims, <fcc\, collected through
JAMES P. ROGERS,
Attorney at Law. Office, N. E. Corner of Mon
roe and Fourth Streets Wheeling, nov 12-tiiu
WILLIAM KRYTER, "
Manefacterer of shears,
Knives, Scissors, < "ntl?-ry. Sheep She:irs,
Ac., and dealer in Hardware ami trittm. No. 163,
Market Street. Wheeling, W. Va. sepgo
JOHN H. HOFFMAN ~
Morcj antown, w. va., attor
ney fur Prosecuting Pensions, Bounties,
Arrears of Pay, and all Military Claims
sep2o
4 7?r
S. Ff FARIS,
llfARBEE WORKER &. OCULP
ItLTOR, No. 18U Main Whtwiinj -Va.
^P'Monnmeutal \V??-k. oi ?U kinds made to
order on short uotico. Particular attention paid
to Portrait Scnlpturo and Designing. sep'.vt
JOHN H,Hf^r
SADDEE, HARNESS X TRENK
lANUFAnTCRER I".'- Main Street,
Wheeling Va. ? ,
A full and complete abutment of the nliova
and all other articles in my line constantly on
hand ?ep26
JAMeITr. BAKER,
l)ORK PACKER, AND DEAEER
X In bacon, flolr, grain, tobacco
Cigars, Sic., Nos. 4'J aud 51 Main ijtreflf, Wheel
ing, W. Va. sepSt)
WILLIAM~HARE,
PRACTICAL PEE'IRER AND
GAS FITTER. Op^uailu r .i?f, Mouimmi A
Co's, M:tin Street, Whirling, W Vu.
Orders from tUa country ittfeitdeff to ?4
Short notice. sop2<>
T jT& g. bayha,
|)RFA?, fKK HFK VYD CAKE
1/ BAKERY Market Street, opposite the
Washington Hall h few doors nbnve Mouroe
Street, keep constantly on hand i full assort
ment of the aImivo art it l< i
JlS^Thoir wagon run* ?oif>d:mtlv r<> all parts
ot tha city wit li Bread ('nicker, jflnsl s. Cakes
etc eep^i
SWEENEY, BELL & CO.,
(Succeiwi ? to I Sweeney <fc Son. mid M. ?;>vee
ney i: Co y
\T anefacterers of press
Jjl ED AND CUT FLINT AND FRENCH
Flint Glassware,
Wueelin'cj Works ... North Whc.clin^
Excelsior Works Martinsville 0
jyOMice, No. G Quincy Street.
FANCY GOODS.
1HB rUDKKSIGXED
C O i'A. T\T TVT O V-T
r/'o.ir rajs i?jir in e urn ivsTAxr,
s$ o 1 1 i 11 sr o rr
HIS
ENTIHE STOCK OP GOODS
AT itXST
; - ? ' , , , ? ?'/*?]
F o r C :a s li Only.
. . , * i* ?
H I ~ - TO <JK IS
Fllf UBt US 1KB K
A FI.VE STOCK OF T
ELEGANT 'TJ.OAKS,
\H> ouClou KootJa
, iic 'si. ? "1
N" U .B T A; r? ?
MINK FITCB jLND OTHER FUW,
in GOOD VARIETY
' i*4
fl "
; 5 , 4. ?Sj "io lajttm.
CALL 800* AND
I / ' ? - ? '?* ,J*' "
t ;si: < : '? '7
Secure Bargains.
: - 5
>? m. RHinrmfiM.
JWVM ! ^ m tL
-- I - c M'liLi i? I
TTOln SPORT ATTOK. H
Ml II II ii mi II
AN ANb AfiKK niMVAi, ?r>
U ntMRRB the 19th, ths trains on this Rasd
will ran u follows, except Sundays:
[ Lsavs Wsshington ...7:30 A . M.
, I Arrive at Whetting 10:00 A. M
5 RETURNING
' Leave Wneeling 3^)0 P. M.
Arrive at Washington &30 P. M
All freight to be forwarded from Wheeling
must b? delivered at tha depot before S o'clock,
P. II., to insure its shipment the same day.
?eptSO W. D. BURTON, Sap t
BAMIM0RE & OHIO R. B.
( OFFICE BALTIMORE * OHIO RaILBOaD CO., t
Wheeling Station-, Nov. 4, 1964. >
Basse ptoer trains will rot
by the following scbednle on and after No
vember 6, 1864:
EXPRESS TRAIN
CHANGE OP TIME.
AND AFTER H0N9AV, SBP
LEAVE ?
Baltimore 9:40 p. m.
Wash. Jane. 10:07 "
Martinsburg. .3:13 a M.
Cumberland ..7:16 "
Oakland 10:40- "
Grafton l:16t "
ifoondsville -.6:18 "
Bon wood 6:40 '*
ARRIVE AT?
Wheeling . . . 7:10 p M.
I
Baltimore at 9:00 a H.
Wash. June.. 9:30 "
Martinsbnrg 3:00 p. M
CamberlancT. .7:15 "
Oakland 10:13 "
Grafton 1:10 a. M.
Monndsville..6:00
Benwood 6:20 "
ARRIVE AT?
Wheeling ? 6-50 "
: LEAVE?
Reeling at 11:00 a. m
nwooa ? 11.20 ?'
MAundsvUle 12-00 m.
Gmfton 5:05 V. U
ad 8:06 "
erland. 11:10 "
sbnrg. 3:13 am
Wash. Jane... 8:14 "
ARRIVE AT?
Baltimore.... 8:40 "
?Breakfast. tDinner
MAIL TRAIN.
LEAVE? | LEAVE?
Wkeelins at.. 9:50 p. u
Benwood ? 10:30 "
Mounds ville.. 11:01 "
Grifton 3:39 a m
Oakland ....... 6:23 '
Cumberland.. 9:36 "
taktinsbnrg 1.-13 p. M
rash. June. .6:21 "
j ARRIVE AT?
Ij.llLmore ? 6:45 "
W. P. SMITH.
Master of Transportation.
J. B. FORD
nov5 General Agent, Wheeling.
? ' ? 1864.
Pennsylvania Central R. R.
RUNNINQ FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO PITTSBURG.
330 Mile* of Double Track.
1;ho?i all portions of the
. West, North-went and Southwest, this line
and its connections form either the shortest or
best route to Philadelphia, Now York, Boston,
Baltimore and Washington. The traveler may
witfc confidence rely upon sure connections, hign
spefd with perfect safety, and every appliance
for comfort that can he procured. New and cle
gun t passenger cars, for day and night service,
nave recently been added to the equipment of
the Pennsylvania Central Rail Road
JfODR DAILY TUROLUII TRAINS
| FROM
Pittsburg to !*liilH4lrlplii;i.
THREE DAILY THROCH TRAINS
FROM
PITTSRERO TO 1VFW YORK.
THREE DAILY TJIROUGn TRAINS
FROM
Pittsburg to Baltimore.
TICKETS FOR SALE TO BOSTON BY BO.\T
c ; OK RAIL.
LOC-II. TICKETS OOOD OX ALL OK TUB BOUND LINES.
FA ft K TO ALL POIXIS AS LOW AS A XT
ROUTE
.! SLEEPING CARS
ON XIOHT TRAINS TO
!\rw Vnrli A- Rnlfiinorr.
BAOOAOE CHECKED TUKOUOH AND
TRANSFERRED FREE
IKKK-lliS.
By this routa JFrol of all descriptions can
bo lirwaided to ami from Philadelphia, Now
Ynrlj Bo.-it ni, of Baltimore. to and from any
u.oinf on tlw Jfciil ltoads of Ohio, Koutucky, In
diana, Illinois, Wjacwisin Iowa, or Missouri.
it nil road direct.
Tin: Pennsylvania Ceutral Rail Road also con
ubctl at Pittsburg with Steamers. by which
Goods can be forwardod to any port on tho ()hio:
Muskingmn Kentucky. Teuncssee Cumberland,
Illinois, Mississippi, Wisconsin Missouri, Kan
sas and Red Rivers; aud at Cleveland, Sandusky
and Chicago with Steamers to all Ports on tho
Nor th ? W estorn Lakos.
Mtflcliants and shippers entrusting tho trans
portation of their Freight to this Company, can
rclv With confidence on it1* speedy transit.
The Rates of Pubic ut to afid from any poiut
in the West by tho Pennsylvania Central Rail
Road. nro at aft t+inusas la vora Ideas are charged
bv other Rail Road Companies.
He particular to mark packages ' via
Penusvlvuiia Central R. R.''
For Freight Contracts or Shipping Directions,
apply to or address either of the lollowing Agents
01 tiie Company:
I ). A. STEWART. Ftebht Agent, Pittsburg.
CLARKE Sc CO.. Transfer Agents, Pittsburg.
II. W. BROWN &. CO.. Cincinnati. Ohio.
R. C. MELDRUM &. CO.. Madison, iml.
J. E. MOORE, Louisville, Ky.
W..M. AIRMAN. Evansvllle, Iud.
R. 1-". SASS. St. Louis, Mo.
CLARKE, Sc CO.. Chicago, 111
J II McCOLM, Portsmouth 0
?J. M. LOVE, Mavsville Ky
HALL St CO. Marietta. O.
E. AYRE9, Muskingum River
W H & E L. LANG LEY Gsllipnlis 0
H S PIERCE & CO., Zauesvllle O
N. H. HUDSON. Ripley. 0.
R. C MELDRUM, General Traveling Agent.
LIVESTOCK.
Drovers and Farmers will tlnd thin the most
advantageous route fur Live St<>ck. Capacious
Yard# well watered aud supplied with every
conveauence have been opeued on this liue aud
its connections and every attuut?ou is paid to
their wauts From flarriaburg where wUl be
fount? every convenience for feeding and resting,
a clnjice is o tiered of the Philadelphia.. New
York and Baltimore Market This will also be
found the shortest, quickest and most direct
route lor Stock to New York [\ia Allentown]
and with fewer cli itiges than any other.
ENOClf LEWIS,
Genl Superintendent Altooua Pa
L L HOUPT
Gen 1 Ticket Agent Philadelphia.
H 5. HOUSTON
Geo'l Freight Agent Philadelphia
Janu-my24
^.-VATilW? ? ? yj? ? ? ?M? ? ^ V
" DRUGGISTS' GOODS.
For Chapped Hands
USE THE
I c e tl Glycerine!
IT IM BY Flit THE BEST AND
MOiT convenient preparation ywu can buy
Stfld onK bv T II. LOGAN i. CO. and
dec 11 * LOGAN LIST St CO.
The American Hair Dressing
ReuiOTc* Dandruif
The American Hair Dressing
Clean# the Scalp.
The American Hair Dressing
Promotes the Growth of the Hair.
The American Hair Dressing
Keep-4 the Hair Smooth aud Glossy.
The American Hair Dressing
Should !>e on every Toilet- .
Price *? . ?uts per bottle Sold Wholesale and
Retail bv T. il LOGAN* St CO., and
4ecl7 ' t LQgAy LIST,* CO.
CALIFORNIA WINES.
HOCK.
ANGELICA, and
K)RT WIKE&
r|^HE9E WI.KE* UtC IIIGULV
X RECOMMENDED to Invalids as being
highly nutritive and will be well received on
the nit>#t ilcli<'??* r-totusrh ;Scdd by
T, H LOGAN A CO., and
_ , LOGAN, LIST * CO.
it* > i ? ? * ' * ? *?
1864?1865.
PEBFUYfKtT,
COLOONES,
EXTRACTS,
BRUSHES,
POWDER BOXF*.
PFFFS,
If JMLT WHJTR ' H>
ROUGE
SOAPo
.?.? _ AC., 4C.
r, ttj.ale bv * ' ? V i-'WaA"! CO. tM
5**7 LOGAN I.BI * CO.
* t . ton ItcJEi ; ta ,<ag4M ? tir' ?
.'ui - * JO?
^^ItEDICAL.
0? ? 1803 ? B.
WE BESPECTFi'LLY INHTE
T T attention to and consideration of tit* just
ly celebrated and reliable remedy for
J , ? ?
DYSPEPSIA
| 4 * ?' ? |f
H2aRTBT7RN,
I i ? I v ttXJi;
DEBO-ITT and
PROSTRATION.
j . j
The proprietors are proud to acknow ledge the
unparalleled success which has attended the sale
of their valuable preparation, known in near'v
evpry portion of the civilized world as the
GOLDEN BITTERS.
We risk nothing when we term them a valuable
preparation, for they are one of the few articles
of tne present day which are not a humbug ; and
we are willing ana able to satisfy any person or
persona who will call upon us that the celebrated
? f Golden Bitters"
art a genuine bona fid* hygienic article It U the
wt h of the proprietors that the virtue of the ar
tic e be tested Wore condemning. A decision
of their merits by any on* who has tried them is
worth a million of purchased bogus testimonials.
FOR CREATING A HEALTHY APPETITE
they are invaluable, and are unequalled as a
Tonic. They are mild in their action, and ope
rate bv giving vigor and strength to tbe system,
?not by any change they produce in the 'solids,
but through the medium of the living principle.
They are Purely Vegetable,
BEDiO COMPOSED OF
GENTIAN ROOT,
CALAMUS
SASSAFRAS,
and mauyutbor remedial agent* of the vegetable
world
ALL PRESERVED IX JAMAICA RUM.
AN A BEYEK4GE
They are the most wholesome, invigorating and
palatable Stimulant ever offered to tho public;
aud the fact of their being prepared chemically
and scientifically precludes the possibility of a
bitter, unpleasant taste common to Bitter* gone
rally offered for sale. We especially recommend
them to LADIES, and particularly to those suf
fering fiora
DEBILITY,
WEAKNESS and
PROSTRATION.
Hall s wine-glass of these "Bitters" three or
four times a day will produce a remarkably
healthy chang*au poisons greatly debilitated.
THE
"GOLDEN BITTERS"
Ilit\ e been tried aud not found wanting. They
art put up in quart bottles, and for sale by Drug*
gists, (irocers, Ac., throughout the world Encn
bottle l>ear;i a fao niiaiJe of the signature of
HUB1SEL & CO.
GEO C. HdBllEL tk CO,,
SOLE PROPRIETORS
Hudson, N. Y. ,
CENTRAL DEPOT,
Ambbioan E.\ PUB 3d Buu>nro, New Yohk.
M'CABE, KRAFT & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists.
SOLE AGENTS FOR WEST VIRGINIA,
No. 85 Main Street.
Aud for sale bv T. II. LOGAN Jc CO., and
LOGAN. LIST it CO.
uov3-6m Wliediuij. W. Va.
XI t> tionAl Medic t no.
DR. THOMAS~J. KISNER,
W I I.I., I > ADDITION TO THE
Tf treatment of all Acute Diseases, devote u
portion of his time to the treatment of all varie
ties of Chronic Diseases, upon tlie Rational or
Eclcotic System. Such as Diseases of liyo and
E.ir. Rheumatic and Nervon9 Diseases, Spinal
Affections, Epilepsy, Diseases ol' the Liver,
Stomach. Bladder ana Kidueys. All Scrofulous
Skin and Svphilitic Diseases Club Feet or Din
toiled Limits, and all Diseases both Acute aud
Chronic, to which Females are subject. From
his long experience in such cases he lVels court
dent ulTgiviu-; entire satisfaction to any who ma.v
call. No charges for examination and otmiion ot
>C3. Medicines sate, prompt and reliable. All
communications strictly confidential aud prompt
ly attended to
OHke hums 3 A. M. to 9 1'. M.
Office end Resideuco on 3d Street near Head
k Craft's Drug Stoio. Centre Wheeling W. Va.
jyidiwly
COUGH M 0 R E !
^TRY^
STRICKLAND'S
mvv\vv\i(svs
?/?//?//
Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Cough Balsam is
warranted to cure Coughs Colds Hoarseness,
Asthma. Whooping Cough Sore Throat Con
sumption, and all affections of the Throat and
Lnn?s
For sale by Drngzist*. General Depot 6 Ea<t
Fourth Street Cincinnati, O.
All the Medical men and the Press recommend
Dr. Strickland's Anti-Cholera Mixture as the on
lrcortain remedy for Diarrbaa and Dysentery,
ft is a combiuatiou oi Astringents Absorbents
Stimulants aud Carminative*, and is warranted
to effect a cure alter all other means have failed.
For sale by Druggists Oeneral Depot 0 East
Fourth Street Cincinnati, 0
Dr Strickland's Pile Remedy Las cur?d thou
sands of the wont cast* of Blfnd and Bleeding
Pile". It given immediate relief aud effects ?
pcimansnt cme Try it directly It is war
ranted to cur?r
he i bale bv all Diuggists Oeueral Depot 6
Ei*t Fourth Street Cincinnati O.
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOC3NE33 AXi> IW
BILITr DR STRICKLAND'S TOSIC.-We
C an recemmeud those suffering with l4Ss of Appe
tite indigestion or Dyspepsia Nervotunesssnd
KervoOs Debility, to u?- Strickland * Uwbic. It
is a vrgetfcble preparation free froiu Alcoholic
liquois it ?it*ntrtn4 ns the whole nervous sys
tern; it creates t good apatite, .uid is warranted
{ to cure Dysimpaia and Sri vo?m Deotbw
For sal" r>y Drugai-oa teiu-rallv at #1 p?-r Mot
tle. . Ptt-paied ht Dr A. btmVlaud, 6 East
I I eurtii St.. -! t'uirimiati 0.
1 For sale bv BREN 1 LUGKft A DKKRJf,
REED, KRAFT a CO.; MH ABE KRAFT 4
CO. LOT; AX LIST St CO.; M LAX E BROTH
ERb. B IK*. KINO. C. W. ORAil AM Whetl:
1 ng. aud by Druggists generally. je^tdawlj ..
J. B. SHEPPARD,
MAM F.%C TlKEHdCMiMI KN,
Hanie?.M. Irunks {aid V ali*e?, No. LtiMaiu
etrtet, Wkesitog W. Va.
4 ?-n ? ^ ? -?
A full and cempjete awort/usnt of the
rtiejes m tot line, such as CoJUi*!
"" ^ aS of
and 3ii uiber m it . m utt udc
Bridles, HUoes, Whips, Carpet
wLU-L will be mH at the Jowei
AUJdad. of repairing dow
Lhs wwr
I
i i 1 ,1
. MEDICAL. ,
BALTIMORE LOClT HOSmAL
3r ESTABLISHED AS A BEFCGI Flaw
L WAOOET
THE ONLY PLACE WHHfr A CMt
-r-rriBTrifirr
DEMiU||
fectual Romedy in V* World fcr til fth^nJT
MO, Weakness of tie Back or UmW. &Sr
torn, Affections of the Kidney* and BladSS
Mgtantary Diachaigoo, Impotency,
?b joejtii
JJ ED the most |
sssssi
nabllng, Dlmaoaa of f
ortiiauines*. iwnw eof the Head, Throat. *57
or Skin, Affection# of the liver. Lxmga
or Bowels? those terrible disorder* MtHaJftS?
itary habits of youth? tho*e ascwftad
y practices more fetal to their Tiettee thS
song of Syrens to the Mariner* of UlrsZ?
jhting their moil brilliant hopee or m?U??
-s, rendering marriage, 4fcc, Impossible.
young MEN
E Socially who hare become the victims of a*i
ita rj Vice, that dreadful and destructive ha&
wl ich annually sweeps to an untimslj nave
th usanda of young men of the most szaltsa tal"
ents and brilliant intellect, who might othenrtm
hate entranced listening Senates *tth ths thu.
ders of eloquence, or woke to ecstacy the UtE?
lyip, may call with full confidence "
MARRIAGE.
parried Persons, or young mon coatempUtiae
marriage, being aware of physical weakness*!
gauic debility and deformities speedily cur #4,
He who places himself under the care of d,
J. may religiously coutido in his honor at a hl
tlemau. ana confidently rely upon his skill Its
physician 0RGAyic W"EAKNEAS
ita, Ccofaeion of Idwe, Palpitat&itfV*
jt. Timidity, Txombllng, Dimness of flilti
lddlnesa Disease of the Head. Throat K?
Lth
Immediately cured and full visor restored
This distressing affection? wnich rendu*
miserable aud Marriage impossible? is ths nZT
altt paid by the victims of improper lUujVl
cesl Touug persons are too apt to ?T."
ceases from not being aware of ths dreadhl coa
sentiences that may ensue. Now, who that *?'.
derstand the subject will pretend to deny that
the power of procreation is lost sooner by thoas
falling into improper habits than by ths pro.
dent ( Besides beiug deprived of tlie pleasure J
healthy offspring, the most serious and ds?tro&
tive symptoms 01 both body and mind arise Xbt
system becomes deranged, the physical and bwb?
tal functions weakened, loss of procreativ# po?*
er, nervous irritability* Dyspepsia, PalpitaU*.
of the Heart, Indigestion, L'onatitatioual 1>?W
ity, a wasting of the Frame, Cough Comump
tiou, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 7, South Frederick Strut.
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, afar
doors from the corner. Fsil not to observ* the
uame aud number.
Letters must be paid and coutain a stamp. The
Doctor's Diploma hang* in his office.
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DlTi
.1 I NO MERCURY OR NAfSEOfa DRCCS.
DR JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons Leu
don. Graduate from one of the most eminent
Coll*goe in the United States, aud the great*
part of whoso life has been spent in the hospiuh
of London Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhsta
has effected some of the most astonishing curt*
that wero ever known *, many troublod with nnii
ing in the head and ears when asleep, great Mr
vouanee*. being alarmed at sudden sounds bash
fulness. with frequent blushing attended *>??.
timee with derangement of rniud, were curvd
immediately.
TAliE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dt J- addresses all those who have iimtre4
theiiselvoe by improper Indulgence aud solitary
habits, which ruiu both body and mind unfitting
theut for either business, study, societv or asr
riare.
TVoe are some of the sad and melancholy ef
fect* procuced by early habits of youth, \\i ~
Weakness of tho Back and Limb* Pains in tbe
Heu0, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pow
er, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nerrons
Irritability. Derangement of the Digestive Func
tions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consump
tion, Ac.
Mentally. ? The foarfnl effects ou tlio utind
are much to bo dreaded ? Loss of Memory, Con
fusion of Ideaa, Depression of spirits, Evil Fore
bofliogs, Aversion to Society, .Self Distrust, Lor*
of Solitude, Timidity, &o , are some of the erils
produced.
? Thoi'sani?6 of persons of All iges can now
Judge what is tbe causo of thuir docuning health,
losing thoir vigor, becoming weik, w.vtous
aud euiaciatea. having a singular appearance
about the eyes, cough aud s)iupv?in? of C?>n
sumption.
rOUNG MEN
Who have injured tbemselree by a certain prac
tice indulged iu whuu alone, a habit lnxjucuti/
learned from evil companions, or at school ths
elfocts of which arc uightly felt, uvea "boa
asleep, aud if not cured render uurriags impo*
?1 hie, and destroys both mind and l?o?i/ (Wild
?pplv immediately.
what a uity that a young mm, the liouo of bit
country, the darling of his parouts *hould In
?aatched from all prospects ami ei^oyraeuu of
lite, bv the consequence of deviating from tlx
Iiatuof nutureauil indulging in a certaiu nocrrt
labit. Such persons Mtef before loutoiupUtifif
MARRIAGE
lteilect that a sound mind and body ai? the uio.t
necessary requisites to uromote couuubial Lapyi
ucss. Indeed, without tujsetho Journey tlueogt
life become? a woary pilgrimage; the Dro?ys<l
hourly darken* to the view; the mind beeeiert
shadowed with despair aud tilled with the uielui
choly roriocliontb.it the happiuessofauotbsrtrt
come* blighted with our own.
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
Wiieu the misguided aud imprudent veurv ?i
pleasure duds that he h it imbibed th? *<wdi ot
this painful disease, it too often happwu* tlutaa
ill timed sense of shame, or dread ?J discovery
deters him from applying to those who, ftoio ?4
ucatien and respectability, can aloiis befnsad
him, delving till the constitutional symptom* uJ
this liorrid disease make their anpearaucs. lueti
as uloerated gore throat disease! no?e noctures!
paius iu the head und liiubs, dimness ot sifbt
deafness nodes ou the shin-bones aud SAM
blotches on the bead face and extremities pro
greasing with Irightful rapidity. tiU at U?t ii?*
palate of the mouth or the none* of the no*? fan
in, and tho victim of thie awful disease bseowv*
a horrid object of commiseration, till death euts
a period to his dreadful siidoiiu^s by *?uliu<
him to that I'udiscovered Country frou?*hwos
uo tiav ciei returns.
it i# a mtlancholy fau that thouiauds uli vie
tnus to this teruble disease, owiu^ ta tlie uti
skillfulness of iguorant pretender* whu by lU
use of that VcitaiJ Poiton. MtrcufjJ iuin lbs tea
stitUtioL atid n.ahe the lesidue ot Ute
STRANGERS
Ttunt not your lue* or ht?lu to the ur? r>2
the many unlearned ami worthies* 1'reteudt.r*
destitute of knowledge uauis or chara<tei *h-'
copy Dr Johnston's advcrti?emeiit* or styU
themselves in the newspapers regularly tduts
ted Physicians, incapable of curium tiiev le?j<
von trilling month after month t itiu^ their tii
thy aud poisonous compounds 01 a? loua *? tL*
smallest fee can be obtained au<l in dep*'1
leave you with ruiued health to sigh over yottr
galllnr disappointment.
l>r Johnson 1* the ouly Phy*i?.?ia *lv?rtii??tf
ills credentials 01 diploma* al? at* ban{ ie
ollice
His touedies or treatment >ii c uuku^ -u *"
??tUtrs, prepared from a lite spent in ti?? if'**'
hospitals o I Europe, the tint iu tbe country *sfl
a more extensive Private Prucfictt ban in J <Au*'
Physician in the work I.
INDORSEMENT OF IUE
Xhe m.tnv thousauds cutod at tbi* laiHtiitiw^
vsar After year aud the nutufrons iaapett**1
Surgical Operations pei luratMl by L) i Jwbate*
witnessed oy the reporters of the Sun
per and many other papers nutieeof *j?' 1
have appeared again aud again before the pobb*
besides his standing as a gentleman of charsctd
aad reapeMsibility Is a suiiii ient ^uirant?? w
the aittn fcl.
SKfJ/ DIf)t ASKS SPEEDILY CI
No lcttuis reeeived unless p^t t-1'1 ?* 1
containing a stamp to l?e usvd on the reply * u
sons writing ?hoofd State lge aud *snd Pv,rU>*
nf silver tiMfosut deicriblug ivmptwifl*
?TOWS il JQUS6to> U V ,
tM the Baltimore Lov.lt
do*.-st iy BaltiBivreJIs^t**^^^
WHOLESALE GEOC?BS_
- - Maxwell, t arapbeil 4t
\\ holesale Wrooers*
V JdH?, Street
WTHEEl IXi. vs
d?-c 1 7
100
MA0DPBI iH
Lf tor Halt
maxwell, ca mj-bell aljnolk^
OA HHDK, CMIVK P. H. HlUAMt
lohhdH Prim* Cab* Sud?r jost
, <fcel7 * m C A I
50 S?BLm' FHini: *' ?
30 hbifl. Bntatr s foMra Sv rup
?_ Burtrwi'eXXX r
ivceeired. t. i f
i*7 4tcn
IBM. ?? WA Mil MIWT0* "
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