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^AILV REGISTER. -?* ymr. .17 5o I Three m?nUia....ttfil Six months 4 00 fOne month T?| TO MWIUBU* IX THIS cm', Per we^, . 15 ctn.f Per month jBeta. tri-weeklv register. PabUahed ??err Tueeday. Thnradar 8at One copy, I ,vMr.$ 4,Qttf.0n??Mf .aoM...|8 00 *Five oopie*, 1 yr. HO flo | <Oa???p?, ynoa... I 00 A free eopy wBl WiMt to Um ssttor ap of ?sSssui^m. tStmxmf" A free copy of the Wirni will each Club M TSN| udtftMM|)T of tbc T*> Wkkklt will be ami fcr each olub of Twaaxr. DER ARBEITEB FREUMP, ' 1 (GKRMAN WEEKLY.)" v Mall ,|tt 00 | 3y Carrier fet 85 Sum ol?b ratea u? the Wuuuj lUowortB. A4verd8lnr Rat*s>*r square. (A Square U | of an Inch apathy One time 91 00 i One week... $3 uu Two time* I 50 (Two week* 5 00 Three thnaa, 9 0* | One month 8 00 "Local Noticm," per line, 15 orata, but no I noticc ineerUxl for lea* than One Dollar. Advertisements in Weekly. One Square, each insertion 9> 0? I Special XoUuea," per line 25! Tm*4?t Henl*!, April 30. town trifles. New A4f?rtii?Meau. See advertisement "Wanted." Christain Pranzell otters his furniture A>r sale. Michael J. Breiuig publishes three le gal notices. M. Reilly bus just received n large lot of tobacco, dried peaches, Ac. Te like La<ii<?. A neat little attachment has been lately patented, which is intended to be used as a tucker on Sewing Machines. While one tuck is being sewed, another is laid and creased with the greateat accuracy. It,is very simple and can bo attached to any machine. ? Call and see it io operation at the Singer Hewing Machine store, l."?I Main street. St Jiwt Re?eirr?l r i , / '/ /] Nuw style Spring Shawls, at J. H. | Smith & Co's. Charley Plee4, The well-known editor, was selected to speak to the toast "Women" at re cent festival in Columbus, bnt be re-' fused. He says woman is able to speak for herself, and any man who under takes to do it for her will get into trouble. 3BSS J. U. Mini lb A re., Keep Alexandre Kid Gloves and ,\irr, 1 Hoop Skirts. H* Intra j Tells us that ouee ti |m>ii a time all the inhabitants on the earth agreed to cry ont at the same moment, in order to as certain what a mighty noise they could make. When the time came, however, instead ?>f shouting, everybody listened exi npt one old deaf woman in China. Ftr Male At E. A. Weber's Music Store : one small second Laud I'iuuo, in very good of4?r, JD5. Also, one excellent "Gale" I'iuuo, in jierfect order, jsiOO. *tt Tfcf New Faihitn In Paris is a bonnet in which a chig 11911 i* attached; *o that a huly pur chasing a covering for her head cau be i at the same time supplied with her back hair as well. <>? la J. II. MiatiUi <3k To get a good Shirting Muslin: also ! *-4, iM and lu-l Sheeting. A Novelty fcjAt au elegant wedding, which occur- 1 red a few days since, in Troy, was two pretty little girls less than twelve years of age, acting as bridesmaids. FaraGlau Of cool and sparkling soda water go | to E. Hocking's Drug Store, No. 1 Odd| Fellows' Hall. It ia A??rrlrd That ladies who go to the opera at Chicago "partake of liquid refreshment*} through a straw" during the perform ance. J. H. Haith & Co Have received a new supply of Kid I Gloves at $1.15 per pair. ? ? Harlriu A peculiar ornament of white lace aud card-board, hung just outside the street door, signifies the birth of aohild; and for the period of six weeks after a birth, while such badge is visible, no tax collector, or creditor of any kind, is allowed to demand payment. Dry We would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Henry Brues, who ia selling dry goods at gtfat ly reduced prices, far below anything heard of in this section since the days of "Auld lang syne." Go and see y?ts stock and be convinced. A Pkil?Mphrr An Eastern exchange says: We saw "a philosopher" in onr streets the other day. H?! wore a slouched hat, unkempt hair, seedy clothes, and was very muddy from his dilapidated boots up. We re cognized him as a philosopher, because he drove a hog through a crowded street a* straight as yon could drive a family horsp with the rein. The papular no tion, amoug illiterate nyd unskilled persons is, that to drive a Hog youViBst take your position directly between the animal and thtj point of destination. That notion is exploded. How n Bar briar's Chamber Faraitar* was NaMtnlr Alr?d The Memphis .1 rafonrtu- of Monday neu tains the following : Main street, a few doors above Madi son, was the scene, about six o'clock yesterday afternoon, of an occurrence whereof much mental food might be found 4or a moralist, and which fur nished physical food for a stalwart mem ber of the Metropolitan Police. A gor geously attired feminine, an inmate of a well-kno* u J laiaou dr joi, alighted from a carriage iu front o# Walker block, and. after a furtive glance down "Whisky Chute,'' evidently in search of some one for whose contemplation her eyes looked forked lightning, and her lips muttered vengeance, hastily as cended one of the stairways and was ? * ? ' ' ' * * a 1 ! I h bottle whl?W?OT?b air/r0m ? ? n to the another I," ?u im Several ia front y., (leternii ned to wit* , y? ? > ex traoftttnaVy tteene. . A? A*"* mine tm not dumayed by All the bottles end demijona found gBfc<flft*A the street; * mirror feltowftfe down came t large ambrotype with a crash; and suddenly whir came three or fonr packs of cards. Then a pillow leu gent out of the windows wSh the fR^I^^r&Terty-i?j?1h8^, fimRSfly oaved in ^^?owle^h#!^ an in fertile Aeedman, whpm the cards had attracted from under cover. A few old boots were sent to jpjjj. the other traps; and we hare little doubt that the in fo ria ted Amazon would have pitched the entire room out of the window, clutched a sunbeam and sailed away in a blaze of glory, had not a policeman arrived, who finally dragged her down stairs aad pnt heir in the station house. It is scarcely necessary to state that the room in question belongs to the object of her wrath. Had he been present, doniitless his person would have receiv. ed the blows which the unoffending street bore without ?v?n a murmur. This performance will net the Beaumont treasury forty or fifty dollars; and for some time pass as a first class sensation. An ,,AI?bamiaB," Who has been in Boston, thus hifct off the prohibitory law "Boston seems to be growing worse every day ia intoler ance. They won't allow a circus to have ?? ? -w??tal bar,' or a band of 'tumblers.' 'Trance mediums ? _ hibited to practice because they call in the aid of spirits. Opticians are watch ed, because it is said people get their glasses there. The London Punch and Willces' Spirit are forbidden to be sold by the periodical dealers. Apothecaries are forbidden to sell liquor-ice. People are not allowed to eat sour apples, and are liable to be arrested on the streets for being in high spirits ! Children who complain of the stomach-ache are lock ed up for fear it might be sham-pain. Men are arrested on suspicion of being distillers, who are canght 'rectifying' mistakes! Hotels have had to take 'rum omelets' and 'wine sauce* off their bills of fare. All bookstores selling histories containing an account of the 'Battle of Brandy wine' are closed at once. l>tad people cannot be buried on a bier ! Vessels are not allowed to come iuto the harbor because they have to pass a bar in doing so; and sea captains are not allow to take 'any Port iu a storm,' if they do they must tell where they got it ! Enterprising men must not show any public spirit, and even the poor washerwomen can only dry two sheets at a time, as any one is lia ble to arrest who has 'three sheets ill the wind?" The C'aurrlrd Hump .TIanin. The mania lor collecting canceled postage stuuips, says the Boston Ailrer iitrr. sometimes takes the form of col lecting in quantity rather than in varie ty. There is a periodical story that Home girl or boy somewhare is to receive a princely fortune, or an education, or something else, if ho or she will collect one million canceled postage stamps. It is not difficult to collect one million canceled stamps; and there are so many truly beuevoleut people in the world, that this demand is always kindly met. We believe, therefore, that we confer a real favor on all those parties who are interested in such movements in Boston at this time when w e state: 1. That one million stamps are Tiow ready here to be given to any girl or boy who can get au education, of any thing else worth having for them. "2. That the Imagined gentleman, who was the friend of the sister of the wiffe of a clergyman vrho was said to have visited Miss L ? ? , of D , pn Con necticut river, and to have promised her au education for one million stamps, has faded away into the unsubstantial fabric of a dream. 3. That Miss L , of D , on Con necticut river, for whom people have been collecting, though greatly obliged to so many friends, who, without any application from her, have interested themselves in this collection, has no \ use whatever to make of eatxetfled post ngo stamps, and knows of ijou*> w hich can be made of them. ; 4. If ahy person does know of any j honest use to be made of them, and will send information, to this office, we will be happy to communicate with various philanthropic collectors, who will be glad to contribute of their abundance for any good object which may be serv ed by their collection. 5. One million postage stamps, care fully packed, amount to three and on* third cubic ?eet, say the size of a good :roquet box; they cover eight hundred ind ten copies of the Err mug Trunncript , i >r six hundred And seveuty-five square j rani*. From the tatter figures an idea 1 nay be formed ?f their use for papering , rttoms, -which is one of the supposed nfees ( to which cccentric geutlemen arc sup posed to put them. One million postage stamps weigh ibout one hundred peaitdn. Coaviacing. Fixton. Oawego Co., July, l.<4& M e inr*. IlOiTnTE* it Smith : <tfntUmrn:?l bare lieen aoverely afflicted with i?nlj?ia of the atomach. and eveu givm up Wy MTpnJ eminent phyaiiHan*. I have tried Berrra remedies of a tonic and atlmuUting nature, hut withont any good result. Some three or four atoutha ago I *as induced to try Vour STOM ACH HITTERS, and hare nned ahont seven or eight bottle* with a decided benefit. My health ia greatly itupn.rod; and I consider your BIT TERS the o^ly etlicarian* remedy af their kind in the market. If used a* directed they will al ways prwre a aoveerlpi remedy ta tbaae allHc ted with dyspepala ar other dixeaaea of a Uka ua turn. ? R*"l*?'tfully your*. LYMAN MUDGE. - - r HAsnxoa, Dakota Co., Minn., Aug.. i*w. Meaam. Hoctkttek X SMrrH, I*itt?bar*, Ua. : (?tntlrmrn ? Have m?ld your HITTKR8 erar nitico they wero brought out. and consider thein the I tent among the many before tlie public. Thime brought out aince the tax lia* been im poaed ou spirit* are truth. I never recommend them. Respectfully and truly yount, R. MARVIN. Ooujx, St. Joaoph Co., Mich., July 31, IH66. Measra. Hu?rmu it Smith : QntiUi mtm I conaider your BITTKRS a sov ereitra balm for a thounand ail*. Vour* im|T, P C. HK \ XQLDS, II. 1). The Purest and Sweetest Cod Liver Oil la the ?urU; manufactured from freah. healthy Urn*. upon the sea ah ore-, it ia pet forth pur* and aweet. Aak for "Hazard and Caawell'n Cod Liver OU," manufactured by Caswell, Haz ard * Co., Now York. 8oM by all Drncrjrfata. aprlS-m w 4- a-eow* w Jaalper Tmr g?ap Hit rheum, pimple*, rabdering the skin by _ ."HAZARD * CO., &g?se a* Everybody. Circular, giving lnfomatira ?f raportanceto the young of both. ? I ? It teaches bow the homely may become beta tlful_ the despised respected, and the forsaken No young lady or gentleman ttlionld fail W send their address, and receive a copy pest paid, by return mall. Addreee P.O.Or*w??li mariO-eodiw Troy, N. T. imK REMINGTON, the world-renowned Astrelogbt aad Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in a clairvoyant slaty, dfto^tea the vtmj features of the parse* Jou ?" <*(TQ?*Tj ?d hff the aidof an iMtawneataf interne power. kn?wn as the P^cbwamirope, guarantees M produce^ Crfect and life-like picture #fj the htog nd or wife of the applicant, *i*b date of mar riage. occupation, leaning traits of character, ftc. This is no imposition, as testimonials with oat number can asmt By stating ntece of birth, apn, disposition, oolot of eye# and hair, and enclosing fifty ivuU, and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, fbn wfl receive the pic ture by return mall, together with desired infor mation. Address in confidence, Madame Gkutbuib Rjuhscton P.O. Box 297, West Tkot, N. T. mart3-e*n&w Know Tby Destiny. Mapamk E. F. Thohvtox, the great English AstrologUt, Clairvoyant and Psyehometri clan, who has astonished the scientific classes o the Old World, has now located herself at Hud ?o?, X. T. Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable her to Impart knowledge of the greatest Import aura to the single or married of either ser. While in a state of trance, the delineates the very features of the penuni you are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of intense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guaran tees to produce a life-like picture of tlie future buaboud or wife of the applicant, together with date of marriage, position In life, lending traits of character, 4 c. This is no humbug, as tlions ands of testimonial* can assert. She will send when desired a certified certificate, or written rrtSaatee, that the picture is what it purports atating ?r'??d ptetfon. and enclosing fifty rents and stamps) envelope addreeeed to yourself, yon wJU reoeirjfc the picture and desired informatiqnlly rrtr<*^ mail. All communications ""'jni11# '"' tlal. Address in confidence .^dETuAME E. F, Thornton, P. O. Box M3, HuAum, N. V. ?uarXi-eod&w A Young JLady Returning to her country heme, after a so journ of a few months in the city, was hardly recognized by her friends. In pluce of a coarse, rustic, Hushed face, she hod a soft ruby com plexion of almost marble smoothness, and In stead of twenty-three she really appeared but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great a change, she plainly told them that she used the Circseeiaa Balm, and considered it an invahlable acquisition to any Ijurrs toilet By it* une anv Lady or Gentleman cau Improve their personal appearance an hnndred folJ. It is simple In its combination, as Nature herself is simple, yet unsurpassed in its elbcacy in draw ing impurities from, also healing, cleansing and beautifying the akin and complexion. By Its direct i^tion on the cuticle, it draws from it all its inipWtles, kindly healing the same, and leaving the surface as 'Nature intended it should be, clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price |1, sent by Mail or Express, on reciept of an order l>y ' - W. L. C'LAliK & CO., Chemists, Kb. 3 West Fayette St., Syracuse, N. Y. The only American Agents for the utile of the >>BMu. , mar23-eod<fcw THE CHILD'S CITRE, Lauffhlln's Infant Cordial, FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. An astonishing fact, that the largest nnml>er of death* occur among children. A fart that while teething children arc in constant pain. A fact that during that period nothing will re lieve them sooner or more effectually tbr.ii LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL. Mother*, do not we them Hiiffer. USE THE INFANTS' COIU) I A L. Mothers, relieve their sufferings by THE INFANT CORDIAL. Toothing in greatly facilitated by THE INFANTS' COKUIAf.. Fretfnlness and Wakefulness cured BY THE INFANTS' CORDIAL. Cbulic and Pain cured instantly BY THE INFANTS' CARDIAL. Hummer Complaint cured BY THE INFANTS' CORDIAL. No Sleep lost. No Crying Baby If you USE THE INFANTS' CORDLWL. Every bottle warrautod to please or price re funded. Prepared only by LAUGHLIN, SMITH k. CO., fttb24 Druggists, Main street, 'Wheeling. Dr. Schenck'ii iVuudrake Pills A Substitute for Calomel. These Pill* are composed of various roots, having tho power to relax the secretion* of the liver as promptly and effectually as blue pill or mercury, and without producing any of those disagreeable or dangerous effects which often follow tho use of the latter. In all bilious disorders these Pills may be used with confidence, as they promote the discharge of vitiated and remove those otatructious from the liver aud biliary ducts, which are the cause of Itilioua hUW?ii>?; In gouewL SCHENCK'S MANDRAfCE PILLS cure Sick Headache, and all disorder* of the Liver. indi cated by sallow skin, coated tonguo, tWivencss, drowsiness, and a general feeling of Weariness and lassitude, showing that the liver is in a tor pid or obstructed condition. In short, these Pills may lie used with ad van tage in all ??aea when a purgative or alterative medicine is required. Piea*u ask for "Dr. >?l)euck's Mandrake Pills," slid observe that tbe two likenesses of the Hoc tor are on the Uovonjiucnt stamp ? ono when in the last stage of Consumption, aud tine pjher in his present health. Sold by all Druggist* aud l)twit?. prioe 23 Bouts per box. Principal OlMcc, K?. 16 NiuQi titb Street, Philadelphia, Pa. General Wholesale Agents i Demo* JJarues K Co., U1 Park Row, New York; 8. S, H am*). 108 Baltimore St, Baltimore. Md.; John V, Pwif, >*.. K. cor. of Fourth and Walnut St., CIucJimuMU. Ohio ; Walker 4. Taylor, 134 and 136 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. 111. ; Collins Brother*, south west corner of Second and Ylne Street*, SU Louis, Mo. foet24-4tha5th wbm-ly Greenwood Cemetery, SITUATED ON THE NATIONAL ROAD, three miles Eabf of the city, is now ready for Interments, sale and improvement of lots. It contains 37 acres of Una, and is laid out iu the most modern and Improved style? can be easily reached at all seasons by the National Koad and for three-fourths of the year by the Hempfield Railroad. It is perfectly secure, and intended to be beautified 1>y every variety of trees, shrubbery, public vault, chapel, artificial lake, fountains, tie., to make it equal to tho best It oral Cemeteries in the oountry. Ample pro vision is also made for its enlargement, order Uid care in perpetuity. Persons desirous of purchasing lots can exam ue the grovnd with the Superintendent, who tuts a plat, or secure them by calling at the effioe jf tbe Secretary, ou Main street, over the Bank jf Wheeling. Persons wishing to make interments will call >n the Secretary to obtain permits therefor. Tickets of admission to lot holders and visit ors will be issued by the Secretary. A. J. SWEENRY, Pres't. R. C. Boxkam, Sec y. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. A. J. Sweeney, John A. Armstrong, I. S. Rhodes, Gearg* Adams. rohn O. Math, R. O. Jordan, 3e o. Mendel, E. A. Hildteth, Joseph Be.l. angtH COPPER, TIN, -AND SHEET IRON WARE. RE IdOVAL! I HAVE REMOVED MY WORKSHOP AND Store Koo.-u, from 17M Market to No. IU5 Main street, where I will lie pleased to nee all my old ruatoiners Mid a* many uew ones aa cbouae to Ifive me their patronage. I have a full araort lneut of all kinds of ware usually found in auch vstablialiuirnt a. and am prepared to till all order s for aBvthiag manufactured from Copper. Tin or Sheet Iron. I have aevrral ttrst clam Job Work men, and will do any work promptly and at aa low rate* aa any establishment in the State. letaMm OBO. W. JOHNSON. TRUSTEE'S ?ALEr?"" Witt. A. Rldgely, ??. Samuel H. Kellv. Peter 0. m-lepUta and w ife Florem-e, Mo*m? C. Good, Ahaalom Ridgely and other*. In Chancery, in the Circuit Court for Ohio County, Weat Va. IN PURSUANCE OF THK DECREE MADE in thin canae, I ahull on TUESDAY, THE 11th DAY OF MAY, next, at the Court Htonae fi* Oliie county, aell to tbe hi^faeot and best bidder, on tbe tenu* tflei named, tbe four undivided fifth parta of the tract and parcel of land In tbe bill aad proceed ings mentioned, situate on tbe north -fork of Short Creek, near the bead of it, swpponed to contain l? acree more or Umt, and beia* the same conveyed to Mosea C. Good, by aaid Kelly, I)eleplain and wife by deed reourd?<l la this county to secure, anion* otber d-ibta, the one : due to tlte plaintiff and for pavtaeot of which thla *a]e waa decreed br the fila Court. Terms of aale are, oee-half cash and tbe fed due at aiAoontha. with interest from the day af aale. tbe porchaarr giving hood and security for the pajwent thereof, aad the title aad deed to be retained till the aame la paid. ?mrW-dlt wld Z. JAOGflromniiasinner. ' advertisements. corner of 6th Mid utboM furniture. tuUe will be continued from day to dar.1 until *11 is sold. aygo-at c.BmsiAiyrRA\rei.L. State of West Virginia. Oki? Counitf Circuit April Jfuhs, 1867v ? ~ * John T. Lakin and John i i5S.S3P}.w^" '? i?? >?.; ?*.!? MlikH ( MMtW? nataati , Jumrn \V Clark. J rnHE OBJECT OF THIS SUIT IS TO RE 1 ewer from the defendant. Jam en W Clark, the snm of sixty dollar a, (ftSO) with interest thareaa, from the nth day of May, 1885. till paid, aid coet of thia suit. It appearing from an affidavit filed Ju the caaae, that the defendant U not a resident of thin State. On motion of the plaintiff* by G. L. Cranmer, their attoniey, ft is or-le?e<l that he do appear here one month aft?rthe fourth weekly publication and dun porting of thia order, and attend to his Interest In thlH unit. A copy. Teste: MICHAEL J. BKEIVIC. G. 11 Ckimibb, Clerk. Attorney for Plain tills. ap r3U-oaw.it. State of West Virginia. Ohio County Circuit Court , April Jiule*. I 1867. 1 Ilenry Otto and llacbel | Otto, his wife, | Injunction in Chancery. ! Sam'l M. Bell, Win. P. | Hnbbard and Jacob I I.iemke. J 'HE OBJECT OF TWIS 8CIT IS TO EN join the aaid defendants from selling or ex posing to sale, lota 85 and M ia the village of Triaurlphia, Ohio County, until the further ar dcr of the. Cirruit Court of Ohio County, In junction having been granted, and the plaintiff having given bond in the penalty of two hun dred dollars with security, conditioned according to law. And It appearing from an affidavit filed in thia eanse, that Jacob Llencku sud Samuel M. Ball are not residents of this State, up gf ssrtsrsa Teste; MicUAELJ. BUE1NIG, Ciiakdlkb & Davlsfokt, Clerk. aprM-o a w4t Att'ys for Complainants. State of West Virginia, Ohio County Circuit Court , April Rule*, 1867. John M. Matthews, fur tho Kail road Company. T'Hjs object or this suit is xokk. cover from the defendant* the huiu of nix hundred and fifty dollar*, in failing to transport and deliver to the plaintiff one thonaand Mam leaa sacks, delivered to tin defendant* aa com mon curriers, to 1*3 transported by the defend ants from the town of Winchester, in Fiodrrtek county, Virginia, and to be delivered to the plaiutiffs in the city of Wheelihtf, Went Va. On rnotiou of the plaintiff, by hia at lui^tev, it is ordered that the defendants do appear here one month alter the fourth weekly publication of tins order in the Wheeling KRhnrTKR, and due poatlng hereof, and attend to thrir interest iu thia snit. A oopy. Teste : MICHAEL J. BUKIN'IO, Jamw S. "Wheat, Att'y for plt'ff. Clerk. apr:i0-?aw4t. use, ic. el. The Baltimore nod Ohio BACON. "I A TIERCE* DAVI!*' EXTRA A U Sugar Cured Star Ham*. 11) Iiii (Li prime Kbouldvrs. Just received and tor sale by M. UKII.(,V. 20 DRIED PEACHES. BARREL!) PRI.UE QIAMTV Just received and for tale by M. RE ILLY. COFFEE. RA4.M PRIJIE TO CHOICE. in store aud for sale by M. RBILLY. 150 TOBACCOS. 1 A BOXEN BUHMlCIiL'l) HONEY 1 V/ Pew 10*. "5 caddies Russell's Honey Dew. 75 do Monitor Nary. yi do Russell's Maa'eppa Navy, in boxes Jenny Lind black sweet IU*. 3U caddies do di> - " Jn.it received and for sale by M. RE I LL V. aprttO WASHINtiTOM HALL! "Auld Lan^ Syne!" The Original G-eore Kunkel's Nightingale Opera Troupe. .11 on d ii) A Tuesday, April 49 and 30, For full particulars; see small bilk of the <lay. Admlaaiea AO Cenla. Children Cenl*. aprjy K. H. LKVEIIE, Business Muua^.n . New Livery aD^Sal?filaI4s&^ j E. B. YOUNG, Corner John and ITIaln StrrPts, | WHEELING, WEST YA., Has ji'nt opened him new stables. with a comwleto stock ol new HACKS, CARRIAGES, HUGGIES, uiid a su perior lot of HORSES. He ib now prepared to wait on all who may favor him with a call, with HOKSI'S or VEHICLES unsurpassed for safi? ty, reliability or appearance, by an v other stables iu tliiu city. Horse* boarded and properly ta ken care of at the lowest Kates. Particular attention paid to the sale of IIOR0ES. Fl'XERALS served prom) tly, at die shortest Htyhiu fc Inn': experience in the business. be hopes; bykeepfiig i,ooi> utock and rBorxn at tention, to merit a Rhare of the patronage of hi* friends and the public generally. Entrance >n both Alain auil John streets. apriSIJld ' Tart-wit's Effervescent Seltaer j Aperient. ?OR SALE AT S ROCKING 8, DRUG Store, No. 1 Odd Fellows' Hal J. Turkish Towels and Flesh j Brushes. FR SALE at K. BOOKING'S, No, 1 Odd Fellows' Hall. Spooge*. A LARGE STOCK at B. BOOKING'S, No. 1 Odd Fellows Hall. Guava Jelly. For sale at e. booking's DRrGl STORR, No, J Odd Fellows' Hall. tBSoiivN PBRBABATISNH. For sale at E. BOOKING'S Drug Store, No. I Odd FeDows' Hall. CtOB'B DflPEPHIA (THE AKD I J Coach Balsam. For sale at No. 1 Odd Fel ows' Hall. LAVOBIITCI EXTRACTS. A Hue assortment at E. BOOKING'S, No. 1 Odd Follows' HaU. apr27 Special Sale of Grenadines. WE CALL THE ATTKNTIOV OF THE Ladies to the largest and cheapest stock of Fine SDk Grenadines ever offered in thia mar ket. These goods were purchased for oa by onr New York buyer, at a late sale of French (foods, and are much below the cost of importation. apr35 J. S. RHODES i CO. W. H. STELLB. ? XT. S. FKAZIER. | NEW FIH.H. TnE SUBSCRIRERS HAYING FORMED A co partnership forthe purpose of doinga re tail dry goods and grocery business, at the old stand of N. H. Garrison, in Trisdelphia, W. Ya., are now receiving, and will continue to keen a general assortment of drv goods nnd (rrocerles, Which will be sold at the lowest possible rates, and solicit a continuance of tlie patronage here tofore so liberaflv extended the old fijrin. STELLE 4 FKAZIER, Successors to X. H. Garrison. Tki.wiku'HIa, April I. I to". F A CAKD. I have tbix day sold my entire ntork of (rood* to STJCLLK 4c KKA/I Kit. aoil nvnmmrad them to my old cnstom and to the public gener ally, and aolkit for them a liberal ohare of the pairunA^B I have heretofore received. itanh23,lt?7-6m.liw X. IL GARRISON*. EXCELSIOB! EXCELSIOR! ! CHASTtLLAR'S HAIR EXTERMINATOR!! * Far Bcmrlaf ttaprrtiwaa ?air. tHi THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS IS valuable depilatory reftuucpeitda itaelf aa l? lng an almost lndiaprnaible article to female beanty. la eaaily applied, doea not burn or in Birr tM akta, but acta dlrec tly on the roota. It wuwated to remove anprrflmm* hair from low foreheada, or from any part of the lx><ly, completely, totally and radical] v e i ti rpatin* the aatne. lfartnjt the akin aoft, smooth and natural. TTTTS A CO., Chemirta. ?*1ttrer8f .. Tror. X- T. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PHOTOGRAPHS,* (JALLERY, cbfsp u elaewMM. ^be lmm> Portelain lec tures are made, outf M tliis Gallery. Call and get one, if you VNEif The finest plain picture ever made. , mm, mm* ME M MH i* j.i i ? ? ? ? CARD PHOTOOBAPHS Albums or Cards Given Away, 1 *"io!d^it 71 largaiin. Call aoon, whilq tie aMort inM* tajpod. apr*> OA.W p:h:tb ,l TO iWi Wlif im? HMU jWTr^WKJ H. C. HAKB0UR & CO'S "OLD STORE." Established 1840, AT 143 MAIN STREET, |^0W OFFER THE. BEST STOCK OK Carpets and Wall Paper Ever brought to thix market, consisting in part of tapestries, Til REE PJL.YS, IXGliAIXS. VENETIAN. WOOL DUTCH. LIST AND COTTAGE CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS from J to 24-1 in wl.ltk. Shades. '-ACE CURTAIN'S, HOLLANDS, 01 our own Importation. DAMASKS, ire., A LARCK XTO'K WALL PAT Kit Of every description. Allgouda bought ?>r ?%wh, enabling us to sell as low an any otTier House. aprl.1 IIOLLTDAY'S Improved Composition Roofing. 1'HIS ROOFING COMPOUND HAVING been thoroughly tested and approved, by a discriminating public, In offered an snperlor to any Kooting mat-eri.il over before introduced. It Burpasseg all otlier roofs for ECONO.nV, DI'Ki lilMTV and BEAUTY OF APPBARANOS. It in ap plica tile to any a tyke of roof, not being affcutod by heat or cold. For stoaral>oat or oar roof, it la unequalled. It in perfV-eth" Fire Proof. We refer to any parties for whom we have done ?work. Order* for work promptly at*ended to. WIIITK, IIOIiMDAV A CO. Parties can widens its through thn PostOfHee. or leaf e their order* with Mt-wm. Armstrong, llolllday i Co.. or with Mr. Jacob Harbin at Norway 1 roil Miuiiitacturiug Company's Otlice. inar29-fi'n GRAPE VINES. CONCORD AND CATAWBA (iKAI'E Vines for sale, on Wheeling Iffll. JOSBPH 1IERMANN. aprfl-Iw . Wheeling, W. Va. NOTICE. BY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED EXE nited by the Uuyaudotte Bridge Company to John L. Johnson. ami recorded in the Recoixl er'aOlliue of Cuiiell coauty. in book A, page 2W, 1 m1it.11 on the day of , I f*C7, at Uityan dotte, sell at public auction to the highest bid der. for ready money, the Wire Suspension Rriilge acrostrthe Uqyaudotte ltiver at Uuyan dotte, Cabell county, West Virginia, the pur chaser taking the same subject to a prior trust deed executed by the Bridge Company, recorded in b<>nk A. pages 'i90 and 291 in sold RecojilcT's Office, upon which the sum of (.WO Is now lie lievid due. The sale will include the bridge abutments, n al estate and all appurtenances lie lunging thereto. I will convey such title as Is vested in me as Trustee, and no other. Title be lieved to bo good nud without incumbrance, (Srther than above set out. Wil. UITK, April IT-it t w30d, Trustee. 103 11.4 1 \ STREET. 103 OXTOBY & DUFFIELD Abe noNv opening, at ion main STREET, (opposite Merchants' National Rank,) a large aud well selected stock ol Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Fancy GooiIn, < hi r stock of Jewelry and ripeetaolM h:ot been select*"1 with care, and embrace* all U>? luteal ,.t?5es. We Iiitve u full line of Newton, Knrtz & Go's Gold Pens, To which vc Invite the attention of all who de sire a Giioti pen, as they are the c try but. SHEET MUSIC. Wo are supplied with the latest publications of Sheet Mnsic, atld are prepared to till ordcpi for the nunc on the shortest notice. W# are Sole Agent* for West Virginia, for GROVER & BAKER'S Celebrated Sewing Machines Wliirb are the lwat now In use. We have a full aupply of these machines, together with sam ples of Work done upon them, at our store, to which we invite particular attention. Ladiea are especially invited to call and examine the samples i>f embroidering done with these ma chines. We defy eompt'-titioii to excel it for beauty or durability. nprl OXTOBY ? DUFFIELD. NEW BOOK STORE. NO. 134 MAIN STREET, (Zaar'n New Block.) Books and Stationery IN (JRRAT VARIETY. GOLD PENS AND PENCILS. SCHOOL BOOKS. WALL PAPERS OF THE LATEST AMD MOST APPROVES PATTBRNS. A LL THE I'lIQUCATIONSOF ALKXAX jfX. aer Campbell, kept cuimuuitlv on hsnd. Popular L*ftn re?, Christian Baptiai, CbrUtian Baptism. CliriHtian Sy*t?-m, rurcell Di lwtc. Owm Debate. life of Tfcoa. Campbell. Alao a full aupply of tlie C'briatiau Hymn Honk, iu viri on* stylt-H of binding. (JAMI'ISKM.i M OERMOT. Jxo. F. M. Drumot, l f... J. A. (.AMrwttx. J feMj THE CUE APE H?T, The Simplest, 'J lie iVit SEWING MACHINE, IS WUKKLEK & WTI.8 IN S, Wiiunteu Tiiif.k Yr v?*. Sii.toh m *prl7 lm.? 99 9IAI1V *T. F. C. WINSHIP & CO., ' IMrOBTF.IW ASO l*ALIV IX ^ CHINA, GI^AsS 7-,. I Q I! EE NSW ARE, No. H main Street* Wheeling* SIGN OF THE BIO PITCHER. WUt ACKXT* roa Dithridge's Patent XX Flint Glass ! LANP CHIMNEYS. ?prl9Jm DBY GOODS. Bit ?Si HAVE THOUGHT ? . ' | THAT HENRY BBUES, ??* #?? +*4 Mate Hlrrri, ? - COl'LO SUL DRY GOODS, All of which ark wab iiuited as represented and shown with pleasure 10 all; i?t th? following pri?* : Meacln-d Muslin, full 1 vanl wide, only 15 cent*. Brown " . '? l" '*i . " "" 12| " Bleached '* sofi flni.sli. " " 'JU " Brown 14 Umy. I ?' ' ?! jfl " Good all I.ineu Handkerchiefs, " 121 " Good roal RnsslaCraiih. ' " 12$ " (kx?d Calico, fast colore, ?' lij " Iteautiful Jaconet Lawn*. ?* *5 Klogailt ilozjunbiqttw, all style*. ?? i"> Chelce Kig'd Alpacas, worth 40 ct*. " 35 " Handsome plain " " fl.OA. " 60 " Iriah Linen. cixmI. (all linen) " 5?l " All Wool Delaines, (all color*) " 43 Bleached Table Linen worth 11.50. " 1.00 All VT ool Cas 'lucre, heavy aud gwU, " 1.00 Heavy Comb Quilt*. " 3.00 Ladiea' I'araaola. t.11 Milk. " 1 .00 Ticking, good, ?* 25 ?? 10-4 Luifii Slitting, " 1.85 Fw?ih Corset*. ?? L50 And all other goods in proportion. would call particular attention to ? .'til aelectefl atock of SBUinicr .SHAWLS DRESS GOODS! Klubracing all the very latest and uiost desira. ble style* chosen from the m?t recent importaj tiouH, and Umght for caali. Mounting Shawls, Itllc. Grenadine Shawls. l.uitm Ijioe Shawls, I'naher I-ac.- Shawls, Zephyr Kuit Shawls. Poplins. alljcolors and styles, Melanges ?Mozambique*, Alpacas, (all color*). ltlark and Colored Silk* Chintzes, I'civaVs. Mack and Colored (< renadine*. white Jaconet ts, Nainsooks. Swiss Linen, Lawn and I'ambHfi Edgings. Inserting*, and all other kinds in the depart ment. good qualities at low pt ices. A large and bcantiful Mock of PARASOLS, Domestics, Hosiery. anil <JIOV?'S. I).) youinelvis the Justice, if not lis the houor, of calling before pun basing elsewhere and se curing bargains while tliei are plenty. IIFMtV BKUES, apr?) Xo. 114 Main street. NEW SUMMER DRY GOODS! The Largest Assortment Of Lais' Dress Goods WRAPPINGS, PARASOLS, &c. ALSO, I CLOAKING CLOTHS, Cassimeres. &d. JK'MT KXCEIVED AT GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO. rvo. 108 MERCHANTS' BLOCK, Iff A I If STREET. apRt5 I?S HAI> STREET. m J. H. SMITH & CO. AKE OPENIXO A NEW STOCK ? Ok"? DRY GOODS, OP THE LATEST SPRING STYLES,! ATJHEJR NEW STORE! IN MENDEL'S NEW BUILDING, No. 199 Ulain / vUB STOCK. IS WELL SELECTED, AND * / ronalaU i >r Rich, Fancy ami Blark Silk*. | Granite PopHn*. (the tie* whaiW) Alpaca* Sflto- ('hall ia, DoUintu, liMabaetix*, Party Dremw, TKinniNfi BATIKS. Al*>. a fnH ?to< k of DOMESTICS and H*>o*e bultl Funiinhing Good* of every dearriptkni. Turkish Bath Towels, ' Linen*. Ijwea, Embroideriea, Hoaierr. Glovaa, | Paper Collar*. Mid ereryUtinf W> W fouad in a ? ft rat ilana Dry Gowda establishment. Give n* a tall before buying elsewhere. Re 1 member tbe place.. I mar 12 J. U.NTIITH ft TO. ! ' ? I NORWAY Iron Manufacturing Gompanj, ! / \FFICE AND WAREHOUSE, FOOT OF I " " Fourth *tre*t. manHfartitrar* of NrTS I BOLTS, WASH KitS. etc. A1 m, aU kinds of ; TACKS. BRADS, FINISHING?, SHOE, and HUNGARIAN NAILS. JOB MACHINE! | WORK and BLACKSMITHLXG promptly ei erated. and Oft Tool* made to order. marts, -3u> DR. B. W. ALLEnT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EsPECTFTLLY TENDERS HIS SEE IV Tfeea to the citizen* of Wheeling, 4c. He j ha* hail untwnal advantage* in tbe practice of ; Saqpry, and ha* l*en for eWm year* IVmow , slrator of iatMayio tbe Inivrnrity of Vlr i Kiuia. 0?ce 140 Main aL, np itairy. over Gardiner'* ' Shoe Store, Room No. 3, WHEELING, W. VA. RwiUJCSi -.?Dr. T. H. Logan. L. A. Iiagane. Jot." 'lligencer Ot&ce. Edward* & Count, Spnjc* ??n*? apr?T3m ~ DRUGGISTS. f.AWHlTELEAD.|! ! A NCMOg^COWTINJBNTAJL.STAit A Arrow, Kremniu and Cincinnati B^nfe , *>rMSel' ^Brs'unELD. x&ti .Hen* ca SNOW WHITE zma ? '! Warranted pnre *iid beat in tWn*rke(,?t BUSH FLELl), Wa?LACKA CO. Pure Linseed Oil. j i At lowest market prices, at ! | MWHHM,b, ?AUJW * CO. 1 Lubricating Oil ' Of Superior quality, TANNER'S OIL. St rait a. warranted, Lbambmh -hi--- 1 BUSHFIELD, WALLACE A CO. 1 The most elegaut ami delightful preparation extant lur promoting tie i tka Bm lr, rendering it dark and glossy and preyeoU it WALLACE A COi Sole Proprietor*. COK'fl D1NPKPMIA Cl'KK, AMI COUGH BALSAM. Kor sale at the proprietor's wholesale price*, by lll'SH FIELD, WALLACE A CO. Boushe's W?rin CoufertioRS. The safest. most pleasaut and efficacious Worm Medicine Id the worM. All ontera nhoald be addressed to Bl'SHKIEIJ), WALLACE A CO. aprlO k. P P uruBRF *#tr ni*? i.mjht, W H "itby Bread and Cake*, thrre you may ? know the "Ext-elsior" .Bakiui Powder is used. Trv it. It xkvki XAiut to give satisfac tion. Sold wholesale and retail, by T. H. LO GAX A CO.. and LOGAN. LIST A. CO., and \ty dealer* generally in city und country. EXTRACT OF TANVM.A. j Vanilla lfeanrf. genuine article*. For ul? by T. U- 1AXIAX i CO., and LOOAV f T?*r?.cU DEADNHOT. AMl'RE DKMTROV KK uf Bed Bugs. Where it ia owed, hag* ; do not frequent. Sold by T. JL i XXI AN A CO., and LOO AN, LIST A CO. Il.r, A.\D SCRUm RRIMHED. A full supply of all sixes. For sale br T. 1L Lot; AN A CO.. and LOGAN, LIST A 00 C^AtlFORiVIA PORT WIJKkT A / purr article. Alao, Pure Brandy Whisky ami (Jin. for medicinal pnrposea only. Kor sale ! by T. II. LOOAV A CO. and LOO AX LIST A CO. onotl.DKR BR.K'BM. A\ lit proved article. answering both aa Brace and suspender. Also. SllM'MtlCR Bkai m for I.Adie* and Children. For aale by T. IL LOGAN A CO.. and LOOAV. LIST & CO WINK OP TAR, WINK OP TAR. WINK OP TAR. For Cough*. Colds, and diseases of the throat and lungs. In large bottles at #1,1*1 each, orfi bottles tor #3,1*1. Sild by T. IL LOGAN A (X).. and LOOAV, LIST A CO. I^Ol'R FOLD MNI UKNT FOl'R FOLD MNinimr. Th|* is without exception, the beat liniment in tine, either for Mm or Bom*. Sold wholesale and retail, bv T. H. LOGAN A CO., owl LOO AN LIST A CO. FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE!! Lmitfliliu'ti Old Iloiue Bitters Cures Dyspepsia without fail. LauKlilin's Old Home Bitters j Curi a Sickness of Stomach. LniiKhliii'!! Old Home Bitters Curci Cram|M and Pains. Lautfhlin'* Old Home Bitters Cnres Indigestion. Lnuu'liliu's Old Home Bilters Cnres Heartburn. Laiifflilin's Old Home Birters Kegulatea the Stomach. LaiiKliliiiS Old Home Bitters Give* an Appt<tite. Lauifliliit's Old Home Bitterw Gives you Strength. Lnuirtiliu's Old Home Bitters Gives yon Belief. liiiiiKliliiiN Old Home Bitters Never Fails. Litii|?ltlln'fc Old noine Biflers Pleases every one. Lauglilln's Old Home ftitters Does as we say. IT IS WARRANTKR TO DO Al.L A wo claim for it, and we can furnish Certitt cates and Testimonials for It in any number. It will relieve distress fixmi food? purify ? ?fur stomach. It not only creates an appetite uut enables vou to eosily digest yonr food. It U an invaluable friend to all wlkoare weak, iUW1l!ts U-l at.il in a low state of Health. Cue Laughlin's Old Home Bitter*. l ite Lau^lUiu's Old ilouju Bitters. lT?" l^anghlin's Old Hotne Bitter*. I'se Lsugblin'a Old Home Bitter*. Use LaugMiu's Old lloiue Bitter*. It lias nocqnitl as a remedial Agent. There is net a jureuaiatiou that is aa certain, apeedy and Infallible In action. We say this wlChsHt any hesitation, and can at any time prove we only ??peak the fat t*. Sold everywhere. LAUGH LIN, SMITH A CO., feU<3 Sole Pniprlrtott. HARPER & BRO. UAVE RKCK1VKJJ THJCIR ENTIRE STOCK ? OK? HAT5&CAPS ? W? ? Every Variety of Style, ?FOR?* Mfll, BOYS mo CHiLDREH.' ( ?'* -Hi 1 ? ' JUST RECEIVED. The Imported Milk <Hllrhfd *ihw. tf. ir?Uh?i?ih bm* i?. i <i f. I POCKET CAP. UARPK8 * ? BO. marti WINES A LIQUORS. a. W. FRAXZIIEIJl, No. 157 Vtrkrt Strwt, Wheeling, W. Va. Importer And Deafer la BRANDIES, WDBB8, AO., Hm J nut returned from the Kaat with a t boiea lot of Imported BraMiet * WIdm, Keep* caoaUatly on hand tba Oldest mmd B?ii Article Jr Mr* mm4 Whithirs. I particularly invite I be attention of Ike pub lic to tbe *trperior article of Catawba and Isabella WhiM, Kaiaed la tha vicinity of fTbeella*, *Mfl I offer to tbe public at a Umt figure. Rectifying conducted on a larjre aeafo, aad at Urn pric?a. mmrtt l JEWELRY. _ % - New Stock ! N?w Fittnns jrijeitL':!? i_ SCOTT 4 HENNEGEN UV I1k(I oi* ??it i i i ^ RRSOW LOCATED IS THKIR lsrisw roi )M ? ?AT? PETERSON'S builOINO. -IX MERCHANT&' BLOCK. 101 MAIN STREET, wiwr* tk?j k*VB jn?t <HK-ur.l attractive jpnia to hr found iu tbv citi Thrtr stork of LA DIRS' ami liKN'lv GOLD AND SII.VI U WATCHES, American and Swiss, In larj* u<i Btoro v?rv?d tbau ?\ ?r THKIR RLKHAXT SK!.? TlONt ? OK? SOLID SILVER ? AMIV? SILVER PLATED GOODS ARK PARTIClJLARr.T ATTRACTlVt Ar.H appropriate for WKOHINO aftil ? ?TIfIR tiirrft. Tbrlr larjf* iMMudiiM-ul -C CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Fancy Goods of Every Depcrip tions INCLlltINC Rroii/.*' A Nnrble Ornament*, Ar.. "i ?? IS VKRY OOMI'I.KTF ?pr? SPRING THADK 18H7 THO'S Hl'OIIKS' I Tail ESTABLISHMENT. IV o. 3?, Cor. nonrw> St Water Mfrrrii Wheeling, W. Va 1 WOULD KMMDCTrCLLr IKVITE I HI atlcotiou of my riutoraer* anil lb* i"* generally lo my f. A K( i K nod Carefully Selected Stock ? loth*. j CaMlmerM, Vf?lin?*x ?r. ?At?o.?rTVE an.) Superior Assortment Gents' Furnishing food8, THO'ft MI ?ME*. aj.rll.Jtai ? FIBftT MTOC'U or SPRING* SUMMER GOODS Juat totmrv4 ml BOYD * WAYMANS, * W1??U? In Dwiti ia BOOTS AND SHOfcS W#. M HAIR MTBKBT. fjfoi t AdOf to I* #L Drk-piaJn A 1 apM WHKJ?LLN<?. v XA WINDOW BUNDsiT 1'HK CHEAPEST AND MOST BLE Window mixta I* mm are th* Patent Venetian Blind* kfaatrtWtarw! fcjr ???. winn. if 1 Mali MmL Ifertfc *?* * Mm* BrMi*. >w?Hpjrjwi iVtf .t/ziij gtS J. . btj'