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WHEELING REGISTER.
FRIDAY MOKNIXQ, JtyE 1.
CITY AND STATE NEWS.
I hk Pie Nic.? II is always pleasant
> tako a trip to tlio country. Wkeu
10 has been shut up in a smoky city,
uyunded l?y brick walls and clouds of
dust, it is a relief to breathe the fresh
air and see the beautiful scouory of fields
. ml woods. Hut then, when 111 addition
i.? all this, you have a delightful ride on
?i first class steamer, with an agreeable j
party of ladies and gentlemen, and are
landed in a quiet shady grove: this joy I
,S Still more augmented.
So much we may say. in general. . w
VsmlEni juveniles on board the steam
t r C E lUlIniuD. Capt. Mason, we walk
la down to get a closer view. Just then,
?nr* friend Snow den, Principal of the
hir.i Ward Public School, stepped for
ward and iuvited us to accompany the
excursion. Thinking that a "local" has
?ouie little need of relaxation, aud bo
n,r pressed to go, we embarked. After
, ndo of some twenty miles, we were all
lauded a Cresap'a Grove and a more
beautiful and suitablo location for a
uic cau scarcely bo imagined, and
i ertaiuly is rarely found. It is situated
ust 011 the very bank of the river, is
, ar from underbrush and abounds with
? i)d water.
After every one had spout a little sea
- hi in amusing himself or herself, all
i turned to diuner. A beautiful, pic
r ia^que sceue is a meal in a grove. \Ve
,'nrget that we are depiived of chairs,
?Lilo wo are seated on a carpot that
? trpasses that which adorns parlors.
Aid then the refreshments' Anything
is good tinder such circumstances; but
tho people of the Third Ward 6eem to
think that nothing is too good tor such
casions. Did we eat much J Well,
,.i?w, upon that score, the le5s we say,
, erhaps the better. We really hope our
.Mild hosts will not make a public state
ment of amount of "good tilings' that
disappeared from their ample boards at
dinner And by the way; wo don't
think they will, because if they do, they
a in criminite themselves; if there he
inything criminal in such a matter.
Then c.uno tho fun. Boys and girls
iff loose the feeling of joyousnesa that
had been smoking for a vent all morning,
id indeed for a woek past Singing,
winning, jumping, swingin ' etc., was
reorder of tho day. And a happier
i-t of people we nevor saw. Old and
t.iing mingled together harmoniously,
i'id evorybody delighted to see every
ly else. Of course, we played ''Co
llagen" Some one has defined this
it as a g.imo that consists "iu chasing
? girls under a rope, tearing their
n-sses, and kissing thein. We despair
i giving a better defiuition.
Alter another pleasant rido, we arrived
tho wharf at about 7 o'clock,
inngh there were upwards of three
!. it: Ired on board, not a single accident
: t 'd to mar tho festivities of the oc
The teachers of the school de
? ii inks for the pains they took in
?; . 'he affair, and the officers of
t i . .1 ilo* way in which they ac
. : ?tf 1 .ill ? ::?> took the trip
.i ? i ri?i : ; t fi: 1 Monday even
. | i,ifu enter <1 a aalppn in
? ,rg, and ordered copper Atter
t i they tendered in payment a
:,ty doll ir note, on tho National
uk of Portland, Connecticut, which
received, aud good change given to
amount of about nineteen dollars
Mi Weiss soon after discovered that the
1 was counterfeit, and on Tuesday he
!e complaint before Mayor M Cartbv
tho meantime the men heard that
nit had been entered against them and
.ii Tuesday evening they visited tho sa
loon and offered, to redeem the bill, al
eiriuir that they were not aware of i s
? ing counterfeit. W liilo they were ar
ingiug for a compromise of the case,
?dicers Moon and Gribben came in and
?rrosted them They gave their names
, John McGill and John McGurn. They
re locked up over night, aud on Wert
. -day morning were taken before Com
missioner Sproul for a hearing. McGuru
'..?n. <; that MeGill gave him the note,
, ilTiighim that it w as counterfeit, and
lu cod him to call for the suppers and
?ss the bill, which ho did, giving him
jrood money received in change. ISo
iterfeit money was found on either
; 'lit' parties, but MeGill had access to
I ok yard lor several minutes belore
is arrested, and if he had then any
rho stuff abont him he could easily
destroyed it Ho hails from Phil
nhia aiid claims to bo a book ped
' la default of *3,000 bail, they
it- . rich committed to jail to answer
next term of th > Ignited States
' ir people would do well to been the
k out tor counterfoiters. We are now
"led with base currency, and the
">ner we make examples of all who aro
"ivictedof passing or uttering it. tho
iter it will be for tho public
Police Court.? Epidemics will come'
For a few days past tho Police Court has
been doing so little business that the
ity of Wheeling might almost, have
gained the nam* of tho "Moral city."
But yesterday " trade" brightened up
ud tUo Court was compelled to pro
tract iu session longer than for some
time past
Firstly 1. wvrenco Cady was called
upon to adju jt a small account with the
l.ityto the .mount t twenty dollars
I ? nd costs f< ? J, on tho
I treats
I Secondly Patrick Quintan and Henry
Baldwin attacked and Knocked down a
number of the Sixth West Virginia
Cavalry, who happened to have a
? . onple of hundreds* in his p >cket The
| terferenco of the police and art.,.; of
Q tinlan and Baldwin saved the soldier,
itid furnished a case for tho Police
?.'<uirt. Judge Forbes thought Quinlan
?ved tho city twenty dollars anil costs,
i'ul for tho safety of said city, Patrick
Wninlan would bo required to give
: 'iids in tho amount ot five hundred
I ! V its that he would keep the peace
I '? r ;he term of one year. Baldwin had
;*o accounts to settle. The first, to pay
r assaulting the soldier, which amount
ed to twenty dollars aud costs. The
"ccond, for assaulting and resisting the
??'fleer who arrested him. On tho second
- arge ho found himself indebted to the
't v of Wheeling twenty dollars and
"?ts. and to tho county, j^l for thirty
iays of his valuable time.
After the trying scenes recounted, the
wt adjourned with its usual serenity.
Tue pupils of the Fourth Ward Pub
c School yesterday had a pic nic back
Wheeling Hill. They report havinc
? good time.
CI
Liability of Railroads. ? An impor
tant suit was decided in the United
States Circuit Court at Indianapolis last
week. B. & S- Collin, packers, sued the
Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad for
delay in the transportation of pork to
New York, by consequence of which
they were heavy posers. Tlio road set
np an defance that the delay was occa
sioued by the Government taking posses
sion of the road for tlio transportation
of troops. A verdict was rendered by
the jury in favor of the plaintifTs, which
setties the responsibility of railroads for
dilatory transportation. The damages
? lint an imnnr.
ory irauopun*"'"? n ?
m this case were small, but an impor
tant principle was involved. Eminent
legal talent was employed on both aides,
and it will be followed by similar suits
for damages to large amounts.
Short Wheat Crop. ? Hon. Isaac
Newton, Commissioner of Agriculture,
in his report for April, just published,
says : " So far tho accounts of the
wheat crop are discouraging, as they in
dicate a short crop over a large portion
of the country. But the circulars to be
returned on the first day of June will
fully show the condition of this and
other crops at that time. So backward
is the season, that earlier accounts can
not be relied upon "
?
The new five cent coin will be ready
for distribution in a month. Orders are
now being received at the mint in Phil
adelphia, and in snmsof $5U or upwards,
the coin will be sent by express at the
expense of the mint- It is high time
that we were rid of such disgraces as
five cent notes and threo cent notes, torn
and filthy, and illegible, as they gener
ally are. We hope the other fractional
notes will soon follow the fives and
threes to tho flames, f.ud be seeu 110
more forever.
A Fixe Building.? We wore yester
day shown a photographic model of the
Zane St. M. E. Church. If built accord
ing to the model,? and that is the inten
tion,? it will bo an imposing edifice. It
will be seventy-two by forty-four feet,
and will bo adorned by a steeple meas
uring about seventy feet from the roof.
This steeple is to bo built from the
ground, and is to "staud out from I ho
building, in front. Success to tho new
anterprise
Ai a congregational meeting of the
Fourth Presbyterian Church, hold this
woek, it was unanimously determined
to secure the services of the Rev.
Jas A. Mclntire, as a stated supply for
the coming year. It is understood that
he will except, and will be here in a
week or two.
Personal. ? Wo regret to learn that
0. W. Langfitt, Esq , has been compelled
by ill health to leave the city for a time
Wo trust ho may soon bo able to return
and resume the practice of his profession.
His post-office address at present is Fair
view, Hancock connty, W. Va
? 1 ?
Thk Weather.? For the past few
days wo havo been having beautiful,
sun-shiny weather. This is the season
for pic-nics in this neighborhood, and
the weather could not be more favorable
for this purpose than it is just now.
C'ONHiiMAiioN. ? DisLup Whelau yoa
tor day admitted to confirmation, in the
St James Cathedral, over tweuty per.
sous, ainon<* whom were threo or four
converts.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
H a vi m; thin day moi.d to
RUSSEL SMITH ni.v entire stock of Cot
ton, Silk, and Sewing Machine Findings, also,
my right aHd interest in the Lamb Family Knit
ting Machines, I would cheerfully recommend
him to the patronage ol the public
March 'W. 1-C6. G. L A BP ILL
T H K L A M B
Knitting Machine !
Knits a Pairof Socks in 20 Minutes.
Having piri iiised t h k
Agency for the above Machine?, I am pre
pared to sell, and warrant every Machine to
give entiro satisfaction,
I will keep constantly on band Cotton. Silk,
Needles, &c., for Sewing Machines, with which
the public can at all times bo supplied nt rea
son able prices.
RUSSELL SMITH,
No. 159 Market Street,
mar*! WHEELING. W TA.
GROVER & BAKER'S
II IG II F&T PRF.THI *1
"Elastic Stitch" and "Lock Stitcli"
WITH LATEST IMPROVEMENTS.
I
'THE PERFECT F A^U .LV
1 Sewing. Stitching, Tucking and Qriiittng,
and the most beautiful Embroidery, all done on
the same machine. No wa9te of thread, no rip
pine or raveling of seams, no dropping of stitch^
es. Every seam secure and all bias seams elas,
tic
All Machines Warranted 3 Years,
INSTRUCTIONS FREE
<*. L. 4BDII.L, Agent.,
r
Market Street,
BfUw ibf .Tlnrkn.
i?n39
Titkateb. ? W aslilngton ITftU was well
tilled last night to witness the opening
of the brief dramatic season afforded by
Miss Kate Fiaher and her company
Miss Fisher possesses great versatility of
talent and, in all her characters, never
fails to please. The audience last night
was thoroughly delighted, and seemed
to enjoy the performances most heartily.
There will doubtless be a full house to
night. Miss Fisher will sustain several
different characters in the play.
Lecture.? There will be a lecture de
livered this evening at the Wheeling
Commercial College, on " Commercial
Law." It is the first of a regular course
to be delivered by one of our oldest and
ablest lawyers. Tlie subject is one of
great importance to all parties engaged,
or who expect to engage in business. An
immense amount of litigation would be
prevented if our bnsiness men under
stood more about laws of commerce.
We recommend all who can attend, to
avail themselves of Mitchel &. Creasey's
invitation.
Tiie Summer Season*? Has its perils
as well as its pleasures ! At home or
abroad you should have a friend at hand,
in "Logan's Essence of Jamaica Ginger !
It is an elegant tonic, and corrective
of evils, resulting from errors in diet.
Price 35 cents, sold by dealors.
T. H. Logan* & Co.
Logan List & Co.,
Proprietors.
Ladies will always find a choice as*
sortment of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters for
Ladies', Misses and Children's wear, at
Mrs. E. Sheridan's, second door above
Harbour's Carpet Store. Nothing but
the very best articles kept. Wo heartily
bespenk for Mrs. S.'s goods a trial
mv30-^2w
m ? ? -
PnoF. Baseler desires us to stato to
his friends that, iu coneeqnonce
of several vacancies in his class, he can
accommodate a few more pupils on the
piano, organ, or guitar. Apply to him
at Mellor's Music Store, or at No. 3?
Main street, Centre Wheeling. m251w
Looking Glasses and Looking Glass
Plates, Black Walnut, Kosewood and
Gilt Monldings, Oval and Square
Frames, Black Walnnt Brackets, Book
Holders and Shelves Albums at whole
sale and retail at Partridge's Gal
lery. [my 16 1m
? m
Every lady, every gentlemen, every
lad, every lass in the city, who desires to
purchase a neat-fitting pair of boots,
shoes or gaiters," should call at the em
porium of Blonde & Bacliman, 107 Main
street, corner of Sprigg Alley, where a
large and varied stock lias just been re
ceived.
Housekeepers should use Bockisg's
improved and unrivaled Furniture
Polish. Under its magic influence old
furniture is made to assume the appear
ance of new The pri<5e is so trifling
that any one ablo to own a piece of fur
uiture can afford to use it Manufactur
ed and sold by Edmund Rocking, No. 1,
Odd Fellows' Hall.
CLOTHING
? ? ? ? _ ?
I S 6 6 -
TH. E BEANS. HJOUGGENTJEIMFR.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
Wliol?*9a'e him! Dealeis in
MEN UNO BOYS' CLOTHING
Gents Furnishing floods.
CLOTHS, GASSMERE8
VEST1 NGS.
TAILORS' TRIM MINGS,. &C.
NOS. 13 AND 1 5,
Corner Main ami Monroe Streets,
WHEELING, W. VA
OUR STOC K
IS NOW VERT
FULL AND COMPLETE,
To which we are rnakinz .widmons every week,
of new and desirable good9, which we
wiL sell VERT LOW. either
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
NTEI1S IIROTIIFR4,
Nos IS and 1' cor Main and Monro* St*..
cot29 , WkffliB(, W. Ta.
WANTED
Active acei*t? btirv.
WHERE to introduce TWO NEW PAT
ENTED INVENTION'S, inraiuaW* to every fam
ily, tells at sight, and demand constantly increa
sing. Agents mala and female now opperaung
are maiiuz f 10 to 125 per day by working only a
lew honra daily. Prcnoiu erperitnct <u agtnU
unnectstary. A sample of each worth 12 with
terma to agents sent free by mail to any ad
dress.? Send 60 centa to pay postage. Hr Sat
iifaction guamntttd. Address
G. W. JACKSON 4* CO..
mchfi-ij P. Q. Box 1346, Baltimore, Md
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
A STOCK FRESH SEED
PRYOR, BOYD & CO.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ESTABLISHED IN 1337.
, Spring Trade,
SAM'L M'C LEI.LAX CHESTER D. KXOX.#
M'CLELLAN & KNOX,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
Boots and Shoes,
No. 65 Main Street,
Wheeling, W. Va.
WE l.WITE TIIK ATTENTION
of cash buyers to onr very large fassort
ment ol Boots and Shoes for tbe
Spring and Summer Trade,
Which foT extent. variety and freedom from all
i i regularity is not surpassed.
Our sto.-l- is lirger than anyoiher in this city,
and in
PRICES
We can successfully compete with any Shoa
House in tho East or west ; for the proof of |
which we i:i\ it o you to an examination of our
stock.
eta'i warranted uniform in quality.
?I ( I.ELI.AN A KKOA
marC
SPHi \G STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THE MILLION!
BOLNDE & BACHMAN
WnoiMH.r.r: and retail
Dealers iu Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, 107
Main street, corner of Sprigg Alley, have just
received thoir Spring stock of Boots and Shoes,
completo in every particular, and calculated to
meet the w ints of a!!; young and old, male and
female Call and see.
55 1, ON O A R AC IBM AN,
marl7j I ?7 Main street, Cor. Sprig Alley.
OFO F.DWARIB H. B 0TONR. MARQ F. 9TOXF.
Now Wbolosnlo
1 AND JHOE STOflE
EDWARDS, STONE & CO.,
I><? Tin in Htrcel,)
WHEELING, W.| V A .
WrU uttb J1ST RECEIVED
our FIRST stock of Boots and Shoos.
Having purchased for cash and our stock be
ing all NEW and FKESH we feel satisfied that
we can give entire satisfaction to any who may
give us a call.
The attention of Country Merchants is re
spectfully solicited before purchasing elsewhere
EDWARDS, STONE A CO.
mrlifi tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
H. D\k:.inutov t M. Carbon Wm Stearns1
T I* V
II. DARLINGTON &C0S
O ?Tj RBFI A.TF.I3
AitS, PORT?fU'IAMER,
In barreR half imrre
Tho Old Wheeling; Rrowory
ruolil
?totllnl \ Ic nnit;ilopr.
WE ARE ICO TTM.'VR AM. THE
YY above brands of Ales Porter and Lager
Beer, which wo are now ready to deliver to
dealer* and families. Orders respectfully solic
ited JOHN THONSB A CO.,
Opposite Wheeling Brewery,
jail it Wheeling, W! Va
loo Mats Cinnamon,
50(1 lbs Cloves,
250 Nutmegs, sound,
500 " Allspice,
For -ale by LAUGHLINS A BUSHf IELD
10 Bags Pepper, prime siffe?i
2o Boxes Corn Starch,
?J.'i " Ground Ginger,
2^ Ground Pepper,
For sale by LAUGHLINS A BUSHFIELD.
1,5'K) lbs Manilla and Bengal Indigo
3,500 " Madder Ombro,
3,000 Extract Logwood, assorted boxes
1,000 (J hipped Logwood in boxes.
For salo by,' LAUGH LINS A BUSH FIELD
25 I)o7en Burnett's Extract Lemon
2f> Burnett s Extract Vanilla
25 '? Cocoaine,
2o Extract Rose and Almonds
At LAUGHLINS A BUSHFIELDS
S>o Dozen Fancy Colognes,*
200 t, " Rose and Bear's Oil,
60 " Bazine's Pomades.
60 " Glenn's Pomades,
At LAUGHLINS A BUSHFIELD S
50 Dozen Paint Brushes assorted
5o " Sash Tools,
2o " Varnish Brushes,
2"> Cloth Brushes,
At LAUGHLINS A BUSHFIELD S.
2"> Dozen White Wash Brushes,
25 J Hair Brushes, diflerent styles
20 1 Dusting Brushes, plain and fancy
5" Stubbing Brushes.
At LAUGHLINS A BUSHFIELD S
20 lbs Oil Lemon, fresh and pure
10 | Oil Bergamot,
10 " Oil Cassia, very nice.
20 Peppermint, select. 1
At LAUGHLINS A BUSH FIELDS
50 Gross Todd's Pills, familv nse
10 " A vre's Cathartic Pills
10 Wright's IndiAn Pill
90 McLain's Liver PilL
At LAUGHLINS A BUSHFIELD S
The above goods are bought low and will t>
sold to cash bayws at low rates.
Call aLd get our prices and see our goods a*.l
we will guarantee satisfaction.
UUGHLINS & BUSHFIELD,
DRUCCISTS,
MAIS STREET WKEEILXG.
FRENCH CONJFECTIONERY 1 1
PHILIP SCHWEITZER,
APPOSITE RriBT Ic LITTLE'S
XJ "So. 53 Market St. baa now on band and is
constantly rem-ring a larze stock of Confection
ery. Medical Ealtimore Cough Candy and cTerr
j otheT variety of Candy and Cake#. Toys of rr.
ery description, and a fall assordaeat of Vajje
tiss and Notions. dec 18
MISCELLANEOUS.
Speidel & Inderriedeu. I
WHOLESALE
Fancy Groceries !
JJAVE II* 8TOBE AIVD F OR 8ALE J
1500 doz. cans Fruits, assorted .
300 do Brandy Peaches and Cherries ;
800 do 1 and IS cans Cove Oysters ;
7500 Fine Cigars ;
15<) caddies Tobacco, Bright and Dark i's Si 10's
30 boifes and half boxes Bright and Dark i's
and l's ;
75 grots Smoking Tobacco, in paper packages
40 gross Fine Cnt Tobacco, in tin foil.
Smoking Tobacco,
I
In Barrels and Half Barrels,
Snuff, Raisins, Nuts, Candies,
Crackers, Cakes,
Pieklc* in Gla?? and Ilnlf Bnrrels,
Sardines Pig's Feet, Herring. Cheese, Bologna,
Prunes, Figs, Dates, Spices, etc. etc.
SPEIDEL 3c INDERRIEDEJf,
51 Main Street,
jan27 Wheeling, W. Va
ACHES0N, BELL & CO.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
BAB IRON AMD NM$t
t hnrconl nnd Common Mkfn Iron,
NORWAY NAIL ROD
Iron Plow >loulds,
H. S. BAR, TIRE, AC.
WHEELING IIR0N WORKS.
OFFICE AND. WAREHOUSE
No. 15
?
llnin Nlrti i, Wheeling. W. Vr.
marl
TEACHER'S CARD.
I IVOt'liD BE^I''ft'TriJl.l.V AN
X NOnVL'? me cltitens of Wheeling tiiat i
n ill give instructions on tho
PIANO, ORGAN AND GUITAR,
The Term Commencing on April l?f."
For terms, 4:0., apply to me at Mr. JESSE IS.
MELLOR S Piano Warerooms. 139 Main street.
mar29 6di HENRI RANELEK.
FURNITURE
ESTABLISHMENT.
154 IVT a i n Street,
R. T. Friend & Son
MANl'FACTU KRRS OV
All Styles of 'Furniture,
--8DCH AS ?
SOFA*. III if. K 4 I'M. KFI?<* i r t??,
CH-AIJtS, and everything usually kept in *
Fnrniture Store.
All kinds ot work made to order, with new
ness ami dispatch.
llMDEKTAHIIVil.
We will furnish Motallic. as well a? .other kinds
ot Cothns, made of the best materiaJs ivnd in the
latest and most approved stylus, on short notice.
Having had an experience of years in the un
dertaking business, wo hope, by strict att#ution
to business, to merit a share of public pa tronage
It la onr intention to accommodate on r r??t?) .
mors to the utmost of our ability.
R. T. FRIEND & SON.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
No. 26 Monroe Street,
(Onr door west First National Bank W. Va )
THIRD ARRIVAL
. . AND
LARGEST OF THE SEASON.
1"" All wool Suits. (10
100 Cottonade do.,
?3o?0 Linen Dusters,
500 Linen Jacket*
100 Boys Linen Suit*.
Casiimere saita all styles and color*.
White shirts, Gray all linen shirt*. Caasimere
do, Wool do.. French Flannel ahirta
Undershirt*. Drawers Suspend
ers, Neckties, Socks.
Handkerchiefs slrridy hrmrae.l I
Ac., Ac.
Bayers will call and examine the stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere
H. HABTMAN
P. S.? I also call the attention to country
merchants that I hare a very larre and well
selected stock of Men and Boys Hats which
will bo sold at the lowest market prices
mals
B. H. LEE, M. D.
Medical a.id rurgicai OF
FICE AND RESIDENCE, corner ot
Mill Alley and Main straet. Centre Wheels g.
W. Va.
Dr. I<ee operate* for the radical rare of Hsnia.
Stone In the Bladder. Stratum as (or Crocs Eye
and all the different forma of Clnb Foot.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M. and to 4
T.VL -*Tl>
DRUGGISTS' GOODS.
HUBBEL'S
GOLDEN BITTERS
AN
? nrigorniing nndSlrfagtbeniug Tonic
WILL CURE
Dyspepsia, Debility, Intermittent Fever, Diar
rWa, Scrofula, Gout, Gravel, Jaundice, 2*er
voas Affection, Liver Complaint, I>oas
of Appetite. Heartburn, Billions Col
ic, Cholera Morbus, Fever and
Agree, Rheumatism, Salt
Rherjn. Sea Sickneas, Ac
They Contain no Poisonous Drag I
PURELY VEGETABLE
HI RBEIi'M CELEBBATEDOOL
DEN BTTERS are composed of Gentian,
Calmous Root. Wild Cherry Bark, Annise, Or
ange Peel, Caliaava Bark, Col umbo, Bark of has
safraa Root, Sherry Wine. Butternut Bark, Car
away Seed, Yellow Dock, Dandelion, &o.
Vltibbel'a Superior Old
*
Cabinet Brandy, Medicated,
An Unequal? d Remtdy for
Diarrhoea. Summer Complaint, Cholera Morbus,
Griping Pains in tiie Bowels, Colio
and Chronic Dlarroea.
It is highly approved by Medical Faculty for
chaige ot Water and Diet, Used with (treat suc
cess in the Army Hospitals in Yiolent canes of
Chronic Diarrhoea. This preparation is simple
and harmless, unadulterated .expressly for med
ical use.
H1" For sale in all parts of tho world I
Central Depot, American Express Building
55 Hudson street, Now York. Manufactory
Hudson, N Y. GEO. C. HUBBEL 4 CO.,
Proprietors.
McCabe, Kraft & Co.,
Wholesale Druggists
WHEELING,
Sole Agents for Wcsi Virginia.
Also Proprietors of Kraft's Diarrhoea Com
pound, Reed's Cou^ta Syrup, Dr.Stahl s German
Relief, Improved Nerve and Bone Liniment, and
Oriental Hair Oil. decAlw
The Greatest Medicine of the Age.
KRAFT'S
DIARRHEA COMPOUND.
THE OWI.V WAFK AND ?KKTAIN
L Cure of Diarrhea, Dysnxteru. Flux, Summer
Complaint, and all diseases of the Stomach and
Bowels, incident to a change of Diet or Climate.
It has stood the test of time-has ct/rca in
thousands of cases where all other reniedie* ha?e
failed, and is pronounced l>v the public the
Only Reliable Remedy
Of its kind now in use. ,,
Many prominent Physician* d
their practice, and --noaiiatlngly recommend
"'Keep it in your house and ?>? prepared for
any sudden attack ol
?? OBCOliBn A,"
Or its kindred disease#? during the coming mini
mer.
The following are a few ol the certificates
which have been voluntarily given to the Pro
prietor*, by person* who aro well known :
Wheeling, April 25, ? **65.
Messrs. McCabe, Kkaft A CO.? Qcntlemen
Having used Kraft's Diarrhea Compound, lor
Camp Diarrhea, with which I have been deeply
atllicted for almost one month, all other rtnedte
tried hacimj failed, and finding it not on y ?
present rrtief but a p?rwanmt cure I t.ike pleas
uro in recommending it to the favorable notwe
ot al! who ma\ be lik ? alflicU>d.
Chaplain 15th W~
PirrsBt ? u) ?, ?
Messrs. McCABB, K?m a Co
Allow mo to add uiy testimony to that ol oth
ers in regard to your celebrated 'Diarrhea
Compound' I have boon for a long time sub
|ect to the disease for wli icli it is recommended .
I have tried various remedies. t?ot never found
one that so completely eradicates th disease as
your medicine. A short time ago I wae sutler
Inz terribly with Diarrhea 1 procar.-d a bottle
of Kraft s Diarrhea Compound " I e*penenc??l
immediate relief from one doee and after a
third dose lei l as well as ever I regard It as
an invaluable medicine, and would not be with
out it Yours, truly
0 ? L. W. STEWART.
Nahikii.i.k Tenn , Dec. I 1
Messrs. Mct'ABi KHAIT A Co. ? Oentlemrn
1 have been using your ' Dianhea Compound
in mv family for some time, aud can say with
?nc? pleasure, that it i- th. best medic ?? o.
the kind 1 have ever used and do cheerfully re
rommeud it ?vv friends
With much respei't 1 am your liiend,
V rf METCALFE
of Met< alle. Uro ar
MCAHE. KRAtT A. CO., Wholesale l>ra*
gmta Wheeling, W. Va Hole Propr.etors to
whom all orders should he addressed.
For aale by KKED, KRAFT A CO., Centre
Wheeling; WEST A MITCHELL, Bridgeport
0 and by dealers in medi< inea everywhere
leb'Jt ? i?dA W
DR, KNIGHTS'
ORIENTAL
HAIR RESTORER
[>koveh itmeif riit: o*i< v
I reliable Keetorer of G ray and Faded Han
( to its original color. ...
It contains neither " I alcohol nor any other
' inlurlous substance. ,
I It cleanses the scalp, gives the Lair a rich and
j g'osay appearance, and promotes its Iniuriar.t
I exquisitely prepared, and is endorsed
h. ,u -n0>.t eminent medical autiMr.t r
I entiflcaUy perfumed, and wttlact st i n
' 0T L\i ?e tnest fabric, and is indiapenaabl- to
Koilet of ?nd K?ntJemwl
k? - ? L ENTS PER HOT T LE
Prepared by Dr. E R KNIGHTS, Chemist
M8old^t Wholesale bfTJ- LOGA S'*??te?d
LIST A CO., LAUGii LDf 9 A Bl'hi.
and at ReUil by Merchants and Deals, e
| erywhsrs
Dr. Knights'
Hair DreHNin^,
A VEGETABLE PREPARATION
for beautifying and promoting the luxu
riant growth ot the nair
It prevent* the hair from falling off or turn
in* g?7
It removes dandruff. cleanses the scalp, caret
nervous headache, and ail those distressing af
fection ? induced by the use of oily or alcoholic
Hair Dressing*.
It# invigorating properties in?ure hixuriant
locks, inclined to curl, and by its pert i?t-ut u+>
the hair ii re* to red to bald beads when soch ?
result is possible.
It if splendidly perfam<-<l, will not stain or
soil the skin or any article of fiothjng. and is
universally approved? especially by ladies anr
children. Buy no other.
PRICE 75 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Prepared by Dr. E. R. KNIGHTS Chemis
Melroee
Sold ?t Wholesale by T H. LOO AX I/WAN
LIST ic Ct), LACQHLI.NS A. BU8H1IELD.
and *t Retail by Merchants and Druzgists ev
erywhere. martO-lliweo*
I'HI WE l?T ?IK(.I>IA nil*HG
AND MAXTFACTCTRLN'G COMPAJfT.
Capital 91-23.000
DtnCTOTB
HsxiT CUKU. Pree't A. Alien Howell,
Jacob Berger Vice W B. Simpean.
M W Bnrt. T. M DodseaJ
? W F Peterson, Sr.
This Company is we tally est j?1s?^. u4
wfll la ? short tuns commence the Ksnafarture
of Refined Carbon and Lubricating Oils. Lamp
Wick and Lamp Chimneys.
For information in regard to the stock or har
ness of the Company, appir to either of the on
k reigned. er st tee Companvs office on Ma.a
?treel next door to the M. i if. Bank.
y. r. PETERSON, Jr S~*y
JOSEPH H. C03KXLLT. Superindent.
MAMMOTH MENAGEKIE,
?AND?
EGYPTIAN CARAVAN.
COMB ry ED WITH
GARDNER. HEMMIN0S & M'S
AMERICAN CIRCUS
The Largest Traveling Institution In
America.
Pamiel U ARnxKR Manaoib
LIST OF ANIMALS.
COL. H ALT/8 TR AINED ANIMALS.
African Lion, Atinij I.ione**, flrinltian Tifer, 8?nof?l
Leopard, African Lionet* and .Spotted lif*r.
BABY ELEPHANT, JENNY LIND, th* *mall.?at *vo.
? xhibiud, S a. TAPIR or HIPPOPOTAMUS of th* N*?r
World, thf only in* in America, DOUBLE HUMPED
BACTHIAN CAMFL. the Aral araraihlbitaJ In America,
v*ry rare, AFRICAN LION, BRAZILIAN TIGEB,
PAIR OF YOUNG LIONs, from tho Cane of Good Hop*,
SENEGAL LEOJ'AhDS, ROYAL BENGAL TIOERI?,
only one* In Amari.*a, and tli* |ir?r?t ever **hlttted,
WHITE HIMMALFH MOUNTAIN BEAU, very fin*.
Tibb?lt Bear, Iwtella Bear. Sacred Cattle from India,
Spotted An* Deer. fr^m the Bank* of lha Hirer Gan
th-j lir?t ? ?rr inhibited In America, African Hyena. Afrl
? an I'elican*, African P irrupinra, (irey and Bed Foiea,
Ant F..tUr?, American Fallow Deer, Ftyftlan lahnaumon,
l re*ted t'ookatom, lloldan Pb*a*tnt?, South American
I' wee. Silver riiea*mt?, Npanl*h Mivtai, African Par
r .t?, M inker*. Ai>**, Bahboora. fc ? Rocky Rlowolala
Bad?*r. t Jiitnea I'lTV ? ? I. F wIlfTlf PEACOCK* lb.
l oui.ftit 111 rii? rrn and lt>* only one*
ev?>r **en in ?njr rountry, Prairie Wvlaea Australian
CocklUiiSj Koaa Cockatoo, I ? ?r I rat">qu*lt*, Australian
Ko??lla*, Java Itarea, Kin* and Ouren t'*rrot?, Bed and
Vi-llow fr<"4ed Cockatoo*, and a 1 1 ? at of Minar Anl-uaU.
COLONEL HALLi +
? '? due* the Perfonnln* Elaphant, JENNY I INL
at each i*iit?rtiinm?Dt, and will a!*<> onltr the
Den of Performing Animals,
And |i i* a
Daring and Graceful Exhibition
Of the power of Man over tha
WILD DENIZENS OF THE FOREST.
The Largo an?l Popular Equestrian Or
ganization of
CARDNER, HEMMtNGS & CO.
I* not th* leatt part oi Ihia Coloaaal Camhtnat n. _
Observe the Names of the Performer*
MISS ELIZA GARDNER
J he Beat Fornal* Bider in the World.'
MADAME CAMILLA,
The Parnian EqueatrUnn*
Mllo. THEPTHORP.
Mile. BANEIR,
RICHARD HEMMINGS,
ih* Nanpiriel Equeetrian, and only rival of ifco
GREAT DLONDIN.
FRANK CARPENTER,
1 1t* Wlttrd II n.inan
DAN CARDNER,
fit* People'* Clown
CHARLES MONROE.
I ho Vocal l.runaidl
GEORGE BROWNE,
t iiaiitpiin Turn1 Urol Amtrica
CHARLES KING,
Til* A-cr rnpli*h? 1 Maitr* dtl Cirqa*
JOSEPH SANDFORD,
7h- Darin j Gymoaat.
M istor EDWIN CARDNER,i
tin Jnfantll* Wond*r.
The BAZZELL BROTHERS;
r h.ilful and '?? Oyau.aa'j
ALSO
Messrs. COuPER, TAYLOR, BANEIR
BOLINO. 8TET8EL, etc , etc
Tha Stu<l of Kor?e? ?n4 Portb?
f* the I, ??**?< a' a Baal Iramad Collection la America
J JJRAU.
attention
PARTI CUi- *??
laiir* j
Magnificently Grand Proce**..,
Whir* ?ill ?n??r Town cr. lfc? .">ty t,f ?*JUkUi?r,i Ua"*
GRAND GQLQEH CHARIOT.
A r.4 fo\l>jw4 bf i?ttl of H ,r?*? ??<! f?r|.. i*?
? feftntlr 4?tor?U4 Ct(M, VftM, Ctrril?M, fcc , for*./,* ?
OORGEOU8 PARADE!
Far ? .ip?>nf any (hit h?a y?t >-??n firao k/ **f Ua??i.n?
*?uM.?n.-r.?r.t Id A m?r<e*
Tli? Ent?ruinrr?r ta will ?
MAMMOTH PAVILLION,
O'apaVU of a-'-jtr.rrvdttiii* WO rp+rUl on Than will t?
2 EXHIBITIONS EACH DAY,
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
In cr itt t? aceommoAai* ?h?*? pMMM ?{*? ?uk ?o wUn*.?
tha Michii>< aai Ml Cuxiu, Um d?on w(U Cfaa at
1 and 0 1-2, P M.,
A' 4 ?&? CI HCl'S PERFORMANCE cot (mmttM tnul
2 and 7 1-2, P. M..
A2?t itnf roth 5?r:.?t tmpl* htm to vita** ih? ?f?rU
?fi4 row* Uf*r? tht
Circus Performance Commence*.
ty On? prlc* of A daiMioa to botk Rh? w*. . *1
Adulu 90 CW; Child r*c, oad*r Ua y?u*,
WILL EXHIBIT OH
Wheeling Island*
Monday and Tuesday, June II t2
AIm,K. CUirrrilU, WmtmmimTi*?0 11

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