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DAILY, TRI- WEEKLY, WEEKLY.
BY LEWIS BAKER.
Terms, by Mail, in Advance.
1>AILV REGISTER.
One year 17.50 I Three months.. ..>4 00 j
Six moatba 4 00 [ One month 75 '
TO SlTBSCKIBUiS IX TUK COT.
Per Voek 15 eta. | PeT month #3ct?. '
TRI- WEEKLY REGISTER.
Published e*ory Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat- 1
urday.l j
One oopy, 1 year.f 4 00 1 One copy, 6 00
Five eopies, 1 yr. *) 00 j One Copy, 3 moe... 1 00
? free copy will be sent to the fetter up ol
??cb club or Fivs.
WEEKLY REGISTER.
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a oopy, 6 mon.. I 00 I Ten copfes, 1 yr. 18 CO
One oopy, 3 mo*.. 30 (Twenty" 1 yr. 36 00
A free copy of the W hKKLY 'will be sent for
each Club of Tex ; and a free copy of the Tiu
Wkkklt will be sent for each club of Twenty. I
DER ARBE1TER FKEVMD.
(GERMAN WEEKLY.)
By Mail t- 00 | By Carrier fJ ?
Saouo club rate* as the Wkkkly Register.
Advertising Rates per Square.
(A Square is } ?f an inch space.) I
One time |1 00 i One week |3 00 ,
Two times 1 50 Two weeks 5 00
Throe times 3 00 | One month ? 00
"Local Notices," per lice, 13 cents, but no '
notice inserted Xi>r less th-m One Dollar.
Advertisements in Weekly. !
One Square, each insertion........ ...|1 00 |
Special Xotices," per line 25 j
Friday .Horning, Korrnbrr 15*
TOWN TRIFLES.
New Advertisements.? George E.
Wickbam advertises a stock of clothing
at auction.
See advertisement "Wanted."
Read advertisement headed "Election
Notice."
E. M. Norton publishes a "Baukrupt
Notice" this morning.
Read "Masonic Notico."
Chapped hands, face .ind lips are
cared by one or two applications of
Camphorated Glycerine, with Arnica,
prepared and sold ut E. Booking's
Pharmacy, No. 1 Odd Fellows* Hall.
iTtack*! View* of Ihc Nituati?n.
Tho following extract is from Mack's
letter to yesterday's Cincinnati Commer
cial. It is an interesting representation
in the political situation from a Radical
etand-poiut, The figuriug on the next
election is particularly attractive. Con
cede the Democracy 98 electoral votes
and the result which Mack reaches be
comes quite questionable:
Cincinnati, November 10, 1?G7.
The most amusing, if at tho same
time tho must humiliating, feature of
the effect of the recent election is the
spectacle presented by many of the
would-be leaders of the moral idea wing
of the Republican party in taking to
the busbos and offering to surrender
principle, organization, and every thing, j
because tho advance guard of tho party, j
under indiscreet generalship, has been J
defeated. A year ago, every man who
wrote or spoke against the unjust and I
ungenerous policy of Reconstruction
pursued by Congress, * was branded a
rebel or a Copperhead by the brainless
bigots ofthe Republican party; but now
that the people of the great States of
the North have set the seal of their con
demnation upon tho much vaunted .
"Congressional policy," ono-half of the ,
leaders and endorsers of Radical pro- j
scriptiou are for the immediate and
unconditional surrender of every idea
for which tho Republican party was
formed; for to that complexion the nom
ination and election of General Grant
will como at last.
Tho annals of history furnish no par
allel for such political cowardice. Three
months ago it was proposed to impeach
Mr. Johnson for betraying the Republi
can parly; now, it is proposed to elect
as Mr. Johns oil's successor the man up- i
on whose official report tho iirst act of j
that betrayal was based. No sooner j
does Mr. Eggleston, fresh from the ad
vocaey of Johnson's impeachment, hear
that his district has gone Democratic, J
than he mounts the window of the (la ? j
tette office to nominate Grant for Pres
ident.
"Whether this effort will succeed or
not remains to be seen. There are a
few men in the Republican party, and
they are not easily crowded to the wall,
who will insist upon a show of hands
from all Presidential aspirants. If they
should succeed, it is very well knowti
that General Grant's chances as a Re
publican nominee are at an end: for bis
only hope is in being nominated on his
military record, and no questions asked.
From the Washington standpoint thft
fight seems to have been narrowed
down to "between Grant and Cbase,
as far as the Republican nomina
tion is concerned. It is difficult to tell,
at this time, how Cougress will stand
ou the subject when it comes together,
but Graut's friends claim to have a ma
jority in each House. Chase will be
strouger iu tbo Senate than in the
House, for the reason that many mem
bers Of the latter think that Grant's
name aud reputation will help to drag
them through the next Congressional
canvass.
It may interest a few of "the fearful
souls to be informed that, even ou the
basis of the late elections, the Republi
can party can elect its nominee with
out any bargain or surrender whatever.
Here in a fair estimate of how the elect
oral vote will stand, allowing the Dem
ocrats to carry New York and Pennsyl-I
vauia, which they cannot do when Gen
eral Grant's Republican friends have
do interest iu permitting it to be done:
DEMOCRATIC.
California 5 [ Maryland 7
Connecticut G I New Jersey 7
Delaware 3 Now York 33
Kentucky 11 j Pennsylvania 26
Total Democratic 98
republican*.
Nebraska 3
Now Hampshire. .. 5
Ohio 21
Oregon 3
Rhode Island 4
Tennessee ..10
Vermont S
West Virginia.... 5
Wisconsin 8
Illinois. 16
Indiana 13
Missouri 13
Iowa 8
Kansas 3
Main** 7
Massachusetts.- . ..lit
Michigan 8
Minnesota. 4
N??ada. 3.
Total Republican 151
This gives a Republican majority of
ifty-tbree in the electoral college, with
out counting the seventy odd votes
from the Southern 8tatea, which, if
counted at all, will be on the Republi
can side. Thero is not a doubtful State
in the Republican list, except, perhaps,
Indiana, which has been rendered doubt
ful by thd policy of the. very men who
now propose to substitute shonlder
?traps for statesmanship in the admin
istration of the Government. Put Indi
ana down a* Democratic, aud the ac
count stands: Democratic, 111; Repub
lican, 13d. Republican majority with
out the Southern States, 27. The fig
ures won't lie.
Paying Off the Iton<l? la OrrrnbacUa
The common objection which is urged
against the policy of paying off the bonds
in greenbacks is, that it would so swell
the volume of carrency iu circulation,
as to depreciate it to a ruinous extent.
A writer in the Cincinnati Enquirer ofa
late date, in a very able discussion of
the financial question, disposes of the
objection we refer to, in the following
satisfactory and conclusive maimer:
It may be asked whether the issue of
say?* ,000,000,000 more of greenbacks in
one batcb, or within a abort period,
would not make a dangerous abundance
of paper circulation, thereby exciting
* V
sPfc
V\ 1
speculation, already too much extend- J
ed t The answer is, tbat the greenbacks ;
proposed to be leaned will, for a timet
compose nearly ibe whole circulation of j
the oountry. There are now twelve!
hundred National banks, who have re- :
oeived $300,000,000 in notee? their capi
tal in bonds Deing nearly $400,000,000.
They may, and no doubt will, reoeive
$50,000,000 more of notes. Then the old
State banks that have not yet surren
dered, and the State banks th.it hare
surrendered their charters, still have a
vast amount of notes in circulation.
Besides, the United States bonds and
certificates themselves are daily used iu
monetary transactions. Real and per
sonal property, mortgages, are
being bought and solu for these securi
ties coutinually, and thus they swell
the circulating paper of the country.
The increased issue of greenbacks would
simply take the place of the present
promises to pay, whether in bonds, cer
tificates, compound-interest notes, Na
tional banknotes ? merely changing the
form of the present huge volume of paper
credit. There would actually be no more
value in Government promises than
there is now, and there is no reason that
can be urged with any force why the
people should not enjoy immunity from
i the terrible burden of interest, when
they have to toil and struggle
to provide for the principal. Besides
| all this the bondholders would be safer
1 even if they gave \ip (what was sorude
| ly torn from tho State banks) tbat
' which they consider a guaranteed right.
HlMk Fair in Randolph CouutT
Editors of the Register:
We had in Randolph Couuty quite an
interesting time the 25th of October,
i The enterprising citizens on Leading
Creek in our county have had for a con
siderable time au Agricultural Society
organized, and bn the 25th of last Octo
ber, they held a State Fair which drew
together a large number of people who
were highly delighted on the ocoasiou,
and seemed to manifest an interest be
yond the most Banguino expectations.
The Fair was opened by Capt. Bowmau,
of this county, who announced that thore
would be on this occasion a departure
from the usual way of holding Fairs. As
this was but a beginning in this county,
they would adopt a novel proceeding, ?
' they would commence with a speech. He
| then introduced their President, Mr .
| John Rice, who, in au able and well stu
i died spewch presented tho Agricultural
interests of the county t, he advantage of
stock growing, &c,,
j Then Captain Bowman amplified the
President's remarks, and with a rare tact
of ingenuity carried the whole concourse
of the people with him through the
,vhole labyrinth of his discourse. It
may be well said he amused, interested
and instructed. In conclusion he dila
ted upon the present pecuniary embar
assment of the Society, and soliciting
? the aid of the people, they responded
with a hearty good will. Then began
the exibition of stock, which ended in a
highly satisfactory maimer, and the
manner of awarding premiums will uu
doubtedly make this Fair the beginning
of good results to our connty and ad
jouning counties. Captain Bowmau now
is working up the public mind for an
other extensive Fair, iu which will bo
I included the counties of Randolph,
Tucker and Barbour, and all that is
j needed to mako the next fair a profita
ble and intesting occasion is the co-opcr
| ation of the people of these counties.
Visitor.
It can't come near me.? We met a
friend of onrs the other day, for the
first time for several years. We remem
bered him as an invalid ; but be now
dawned upon us as the very personifica
tion of health. " Yon are looking
vastly better than your wout," sard we.
" I rather think so," said he. " Ilavo
you any dyspepsia ?" asked we. " Dys
pepsia," replied he; " I don't know it.
I It can't come near me. I am taking
Hubbel's Golden Bitters." This cele
brated preparation cured onr long-sick
friend. It will cure the public. It will
cure all who use tlieiu. Make but a trial
and bo convinced. McCabe, Kraff A
I Co., Wheeling, S?le Agents.
DIED:
| Ou the morning ?f the 14th inst., of lung fe
ver, WILLIE H., iufiint soa of J. IT. A E. A.
Kinehavt, aged 22 months anil 7 days.
The funeral will take place from the family
residence on Cbapline street, Centre Wheeling,
to-day at 3 o'clock r. m. The friends of the lam
| ily are respectfully invited to attend.
Juniper Tar Soap
| Curos chapped hands, Halt rboam, pirn
and all cutaneous affections, rendering the ski<u
soft and smooth. Manufactured by
CASWELL, HAZARD Sc. CO..
Sold by all Druggists. New York.
aprl3-"m?i ia-eowiw
The Purest find Sweetest C'o<l
Liver Oil
lu tl.3 world; manufactured from fresh,
healthy livers, upon the sea shore; it is perfectly
pur? and sweet. Ank for "Hazard and Caswell's
Cod Liver Oil,' manufactured by Caswell, Hat
! ard St Co.. New York. Said by all Druggists,
aprl^-njw&s-eow&w
Law of II ii inanity,
IX RELATION TO SOCIAL EVILS.
AuEswyfor Youog Men, on Physiological
Errors and Abases, incident to Youth and Early
Munhood, with the humane view of treatment
and cure. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free
of charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLIX HOUGH
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
eep*?-3iu-d&w
THE CHILD'S CUKE.
Lanolin's Infant Cordial,
FOK CHILDREN TEETHING.
Ah astonishing fact, that the lar^vst number
of deaths occur among children. A fact that
I while teething children am in constant pain.
A fact that duriug l.iat period nothing will re
lict e them Boouer or more effectually than
LAUGHLINS INFANT COKDIAL.
Mothers, do not s?o them suffer.
USE T11E INFANTS' COKDIAL.
Mothers, mlieve their sufferings by
THE INFANT CORDIAL.
Teething is greatly facilitated by
THE INFANTS' CORDIAL.
Fretfolness and Wakefulness cured
BY THE INFANTS' CORDIAL.
Cholic and Pain cured instantly
BY THE INFANTS' COKDIAL.
Summer Complaint cured
BY THE INFANTS' COKDIAL.
No Steep lost. No Crying Baby if you
USE THE INFANTS' COKDIAL.
Even- bottle warranted to please or pr. e re
funded. Prepared only by
LA UGH LIN, SMITH St CO,,
! feb24 Druggists, Maiu street, Wheeling.
Why Shake? Why Burn !
I Put these two questions to a man passing
! through the alternate paroxysms of FeTer and
? Ague, and he will probably reply, "l>ecanse I
j cannot help myself.''
But he is mistaken. He can help himself. He
need not continue to endure the marrow-search
ing cold and parching heat ot intermittent fever
unless he chooses.
If there U an established fact in the history
of medication it is this: that HOSTETTERS
STOMACH BITTERS invariably breaks up the
tits of this exhausfiug disease.
' (Quinine often tails, and whether it fails or
i not, it is always a dangerous medicine. It stul- j
1 titles the brain. The Bitters have no snch.effect 1
Suinine shatters the nervous system. Ths
1TTEKS, on the other liand, are a glorious
! nexvine ; in fact; a specific for nervous ailments. '
| Medicines, as a general rule, are "bail to J
take." Not so, this famous vegetable specific. ]
' It is mild and agreeable, not pungent and naus
! eating. The liver is always greatly disordered
i in intermittent and remittent fevers, and this
I excellent tonic and alterative has antibilious
! properties of the highest order. The stimulant
employed to diffuse ite medicinal virtues
| through the organs of the body is perfectly pure,
and thit cannot b* taid of the tpirituoui oatti of
any o thtr tonie. The best advice that can be
( given to persons residing in maiartous regions,
, or in crowded cities, is to take it as a rKsrxx
| tivb ot diseases incident to both. Whether
used as a protective antidote, ot a remedy, it
| will be found wonderfully efficacious.
Fancy Flours.
1 HO BARRELS WASHINGTON MILLS.
Avv ioo do Pollock's (Indiana) Mills, se
| locted white wheat. Just received and for sale
by [octlj M, XEILL Y.
i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WANTED.
A TRUSTWORTHY MAN-CATHOLIC?
one who speaks German preferred. Apply
with reference to W. D. ALLEN,
novl5-lt Room 4, Grant House.
Masonic Notice.
INHERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
? Bates Lodge No. 33. at ttao Maeoeic Tempi*
this evening at ?| o'clock, tor the purpose of
work. A full attendance is requested.
H. G. HARDING, W. M.
November 15, 1367-lt
Election Notice.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Wheeling end Belmont Mining,
Grape and Wine Association, will be held at
the office of the company, No. 63 Main street,
on Saturday evening, November 16th, at 7
o'clock, for the purpose of eloctingollieere for
the ensuing year. A. G. ROBINSON,
President
H. G. HARDING, Secretary. novl5-2t
Bankrupt Notice,
It HIM IM TO GIVE NOT1CB, THAT
on the 13th day of November. A. D. 1667, a
warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the es
tate of James Hampton, ol Wheeling, in the
county of Ohio, and State of West Virgin
ia, who haM^ieen adjudged a bankrupt on his
own petition; that the payment of any debts and
deliver}- of any property belonging to such
bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer
of any property by liim are forbidden bv law;
that a meeting of the creditors of said Bank
rupt to prove their debts and to choose one or
more assignees of his estate will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy to beholden at his office in
the eityof Wheeling, West Ya., before Geo. B.
Caldwell, Register, on the 4th day of December,
A. D., 1867, at 10 o'clock a. m.
E. M. NORTON,
itovlMaw-9wd U. S. Marshal, D. W. Va.
CLOTHING AT AUCTION !
? AT?
Wickham's Auction Rooms !
CIORNER MARKET AND UNION
/ Streets, commencing Friday, November
15th, at 7 o'clock r. M., aud continuing until all
are sold, a large and well-selected stock of
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
consisting of Over, Dress, Trock, and Business
Sack Coat*, of every description, style and qual
ity. Also, a large lot of Pants and vests, suita
ble for everybody. These goods are manufac
tured of English and American Broadcloths,
Plain and .Fancy C'aaaimeres of all styles and
colors. Persons wishing goods in this line will
do well to attend this sale, as the goods will be
sold without regard to price or value.
. This is the largest and best selected stock of
j ready made Clothing ever offered in the West,
and will be sold
Regardless of Cost,
a* tbo owner is about retiring from business.
Come one, come all, and make your selections,
as thesale will continue only a few days, and
such an opportunity may never again occur.
Goods on exhibition aud private sale during the
day. UEO. E. tVH'KIIAM,
novl5-2t Auctioneer.
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
Will bo held ut
WASHINGTON HALL,
On Wednesday and Thursday, November 20th
and 21st, by the
CHORISTERS
PITTSBURGH,
Sacred and Secular Music,
From the writings of somo of the most emi
nent composers, E.\.;u?ii, German and Italian.
FIRST CONCERT FOR THE BENEFIT
?OK?.
S. John's Church, Wheeling.
SECOND CONCERT FOR THE
Benefit of the Choristers.
E. A. If AThOX, Esq., Director of each Concert
Tickets, 50 cts. Reserved Seats. 75 cts.
To be had at the Music Store of Wm. H.
Shikh, 139 Main Street, aud at the door on the
evening of the Concert.
Doors open at 7, Concert at 7J o'clock.
novl2-eod
For Sale.
A TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE, Con
taining seven rooms and finished attic, all
in good order, with lot 66 by 122 feet. Situated
on the west sido of Market street, between
First aud Second streets. Centre Wheeling.
A. G. ROBINSON,
Wiieeuxg, November 13; 1S67. novM-St*
Fisli, Oysters, Game, meat,
AM> ALL KINDS OF GREEK ANI) fam
ily Groceries, always frefch, anil of the
choicest quality, can bo h;iil by calling next door
to Bockinu'3 Drug Store.
novH JOIING. HEFTLEY,
" s! C. ALBRIGHT,
CITY BILL POSTER,
A!\D DISTRIBUTER,
17?0R THIS CITY AND SURROUNDING
suburbs. Orders received at this office.
novM-lw
rrO PROTECT THE CHEST FROM COLD
J. wear one of Ilallidav's Patent Chest Pro
tectors. Sold at E. Booking's Ph trmacy, No.
t Odd Fellows' Hall.
B? U? B? P.
ALL THE POPULAR PATENT MEDI
CINES of the day for sale at E. BOCK
IXGS, No. t Odd Fellows' llall.
Perfumery, Toilet Soaps,
1MNE FRENCH POMADES AND HAIR
. OILS. Toilet Waters, Cosmetics, Hair
Brushes and Combs. A large assortment at
E. BOCKINGS Pharmacy,
UOV13 No. I Odd Fellows' Hall.
Wheeling mid Marietta
Packet.
The tine sido-wheel Passenger Steamer
"SALI.IE V." Capt. Rokt. Pattebs?h,
.LEAVES WHEELING EVERY
i Tuesday, Thnrsday. and Saturday,
** "ill*? at 10 o'clock a. m. Returning, leaves
Marietta Mondavs, Wednesdays and Fridays, at
G o'clouk A. M. For freight or paMsage apply on
board, or to BOOTH, BATTELLE Jt CO.
nov!3.
0XT08Y & DUFFlEtD,
At 103 Main Street, West Side,
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEIR
new stock, which consists of
Gold and Silver^ Watches,
American and Swiss; Jew
elry of all the Latest and
Most Popular De
signs; Clocks or
Every Style and
Price; Spectacles in
Endless Variety; Fancy
Goods of all Kinds, such as
Portenionies, Satchels, Combs,
Tooth, Ilair and Nail
Brushes, Ac. Ac.,
? Full Assormeat of
GROVER & BAKER'S
CELEBRATED FAMILY
SEWING MACHINES.
Call and sec before making purchases. Ere.-y 1
machine warranted for three years. sept7.
NORWAY
Iron Manufacturing Company,
FOOT OF FOUBTH STREET.
Nuts, Bolts, Washers, etc.
Also, all kinds of
Tacks, Brads, Finishing, Shoe
and Hungarian Kails.
Job Machine Work and Blacksmitking
promgU^r executed, and Oil Tools mad* to order
Rio Coffee.
1 Plfi BAGS PRIMS TO CHOICE NEW
X " 'U crop, just received, and for m !? h
octlQ M. RE ILLY
Indigo.
2 CASES EXTRA FINE Mivn.T.i JUST
received, and for sale by
oetlO M. REILLT.
? ^ '
: js{ i, ? 1'- -i. " tz ? .\ ' f
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
? i ?
HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT
? . ;
B U C H U
IS A CERTAIN CTIEE|
FOR DISEASES OF THE
Bladder, . Kidneys,
Gravel, Dropsy,
Organic Weakness,
Female Complaints,
General Debility,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
URINARY ORGANS,]
WHETHER EXISTING IN
NALE OR FEMALE,
FROM WHATEVER CAUSE ORIUINAT- j
IXO, AND NO MATTER OF
*
How Long Standing.
DiswweH of these Organs require the u?e of a ]
DIURETIC .
If no treatment i? submitted to, Consamptloo
or Insanity mav ensue. Omr Flesh and Blood
aro supported from these soarcee, and the
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
AND THAT OF
POSTERITY,
Bt?pen?i upou the Promnt ua? of a Keli?kl* I
Remedy*
HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT
33 IT C H IT
Estahlmbod npwards of 18 years.
PREPARED BY
II. T. HELilBOLD,
Druggist,
504 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
AND
101 South Tenth St., Philadelphia. Pa.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTBACT
BUCHU is pleasant in tan to and odor, free from
all injurious proportiea. and immediate is ita
action.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
give* health and rigor to the frame, and bloom
to the pallid cheek. Debility la accompanied
by many alarming symptoms, and if no treat
ment ia subiuitteato, consumption, insanity, or
epileptic flu ensue.
FOR NON-RETENTION or INCON
TINENCE of Urine, Irritation, Inflammation,
or Ulceration of the Bladder, or Kidneys, Dis
eases ot the Prostrate Glands, Stone in the Blad
der, Calculus, Gravel er Briok Dost Deposits,
and all Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, and
Dropsical Swellings, use
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BU0HU.
ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE
CONSTITUTIONS, of both sexes, use Hxlm
boli>'b Bitkxct Blchi*. It will give brisk and
energetic feelings, and enable yon to sleep well.
TAKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT
AND UNSAFE REMEDIES, for unpleasant
and dannrou diaaasea Use Helmbotd's Ex
tract Buchu. and Improved Rose Wash.
THE GLORY OF MAN 18
STRENGTH. Therefore the nervous and de
bilitated aheuld immediately use Helm hold's
Extract Bncbu.
MANHOOD AND YOUTHFUL VIGOR
are regained by Helmbold's Extjuct Bi'CHi'.
SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS RE
STORED by Heucbolp's Extract Bcchu.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
and IMPROVED ROSE WASH, cure secret
and delicate disorders in all their stages, at little
expense, little er no change in diet, no incon
venience, and no exposure. It is pleasant in
taste and odor, immediate In its action, and free
from all injurious properties.
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
BUCHU
?? *
It tic Great Diurttic.
?EUIBOLB'S COKCOTRATXt) EXTSACT SABBAT A
It tki Great Blood Purifier.
Both are prepared according to naies of Phar
macy and Chemistry, and are the ?eet active
that enn he made, and are soU by DnggWn
everywhere. nenrf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company.
Of New Fork. r J'
Assets over - - $99,000,000,
AND EXCLUSIVELY CASH.
The Oldest aud Largest Life Insurance Co.
in the United States.
"["VITTDIESTJS PAID ANNUALLY IX CASH.
1^7 Policies issued upon All Approved plans of
insorance at a leas average rate than offered by
any other Company.
Ifo Stockholder* to Profit* from tht Policy -
DIVIDENDS TO POLICY-HOLDERS
For 1867 is $-2.000, 000.
The entire surplus in distributed as a dividend
to policy -holder) annually.
Particular attention called to the ten year
liie plan
For farther information, policy holder! and
other persons interested in tne subject of Lite
Insurance are Invited to call upon the nnder
ERSOX, "
signed. W. F. PETERSON, Agent.
Office Main street, nest door to Merchant's
National Bank.
Medical Examiner, GEORGE BAIRD, M. D.
nor 12- lra
100
FAMILY FLOUR
BARRELS LOCKPORT HYDRAULIC
.v/ v Mills, Just received and for sale bv
nov7 M. REILlY.
FOB SALE?
A GOOD PROPERTY, CONSISTING OF
two lots in Sonth Wh deling, (or Ritchie
town) extending from Fourth street to Water
street. On one of the lots there are three frame
tenements, that will rent well. Will be sold
asperate, if desired. L IRWIN.
nov7
WANTED? AGENTS.
Something Entirely New. ?
Agents wanted to sell the noy.
ELTY SEWING, EMBROIDERING
and BRAIDING MACHINE. Price |15. It is
the most complete machine for the prioe ever
sold. For full particulars, and samples of work,
address, with stamp, W. W.TYSON,
nov6-eod2w Parkersborg.
HOPS! HOPS!! HOPS!!!
WE WOULD INFORM THE BREWERS
that we are receiving Hops from Jbhn W.
Brown, of New York, which we can sell at New
York prices, adding freight. The best qualities
for lager beer aad ale always on hand. Call and
see them. BUTTERFIELD A CO.
oct 11 -6m Wheeling, W. V a.
At $1 00 per Dozen!
AT
PARTRIDGES !
11 Y Main Street.
OTAL AND SQUARE PICTURE AND
Looking (rlass Frames on hand and made
to order in Gilt, Rose and Gilt, and Black Wal
nut; Looking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates.
ALBUMS to hold fiotu 6 to 600 pictures, and at
prices from IS cents to $15.00. A large assort
ment of Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views
always on hand. A large variety of Fancy Pie
tares, Black Walnut Brackets, Ac., 4c.
Mr. E. Stanton, a* the Arm of Stanton A Bnt
ler, Baltimore, presides at the Cameras.
octa
SECOND STOCK
? OK?
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS,
At Latest Panic Prices,
Are now Arriving Daily at
Braes & Sanders,
114 IB Aim STREET.
CLOAKING CLOTHS,
Of Every Hlylt and Quality.
REAL IRISH POPLINS,
REAL IRISH POPLINS,
? u All Col?rs? only 94 OO Per Yard.
EMPRESS CLOTHS,
Of th? best Importations, only (1 00 per yard.
FRENCH MERINOS.
Lupin's best, 5-4 wide, only (1 10 per yard.
BARNSLEY 10-4 LINEN SHEETING
ONLY tl 00.
GOOD BLACK SILKS ONLY tl 35,
Plain, Fancy and Burred.
FLANNELS AT | YOUR OWN PRICES.
SHAWLS.
SHAWLS OF EVERY STYLE AND
QUALITY.
ALL-WOOL 10-4 BLANKETS |
At |4 50 Per Pair.
FOBS, FUBS, FOBS,
Of Erery Quality, and at much lower price* |
thaB any other boose in tbe rity.
CALICOES AND MUSLINS]
At Olf ex Time Prices.
Determined net to be undersold, we invite an |
early examination of oar stock. ?
BRI7ES & SANDERS.
NO. 114 MAIN STREET.
A. H PHILLIPS, Ag%
Dealer In all kinds of
TOBACCO, PIPES, &c., 4c., I
Manufacturer of no. i wheeling I
^ Stogies, Tips, Long Nines, and Rough and |
No. 37 Hlonroe Street.
All orders proaaptly attended to. octS-tf
w. J. cons. u. w. com. |
W. J. GOTTS 4c CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
? AJfD ?
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,!
PKALXM IX
FLOVB, BACON AND PRODUCE,
W Mi Side Market Square.
WHEELING. VT. VA.
FANCY FLOURS.
T AM IX REGULAR RECEIPT OF THE I
A following brands of choice White Wheat J
mmTAWA) lfTT.T-H
If Barrels Washington Mills, fresh
fraud. Jut reesired and tor sale by
M.REILLY.
Oysters!
THMta ?TITin BECtVTBB 1
1? daily and tor sale bj: the caae. can or half
at BOOTH, RATTELLE * CO.
a? =====
DRY GOODS.
i lnitt Stock
-OF
WINTER
DRY GOODS
Just Opened.
LADIES* CLOAKS, FIRS,
CLOA KINGS and
DRESS GOODS,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
Or EVERY VARIETY, AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES,
BY
Geo. R. Taylor &Co.
nov4
1867. 1867.
FALL STOCK.
Just Received,
? AT?
NO. 35 MAIN ST.
F. W. BASSETT,
IS NOW OPBNIKO A FIII.L As
sortment of
Fashionable Foreign and
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS!
Comprising every article usually found in flrst
class store*, among which may bo fonnd, I'op
lins, French Mermoes, DcLaines. Chintz. Cali
co, Muslins, in fact every articlo in the fancy
and staple lino. A Iso,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs,
MATS, ETC.
Batting, Cotton Yarn aud Car
pet Chain,
all of which has been selected with great care
in tho Atlantic cities, and will be sold upon the
best terms, for CASH. Please call and see for
yourselves, RespecUjilly,
Sept. 23, '67-24 F. W. BASSETT.
GREAT EXCITEMENT ! !
Dry Goods Down!
P. KENNEDY,
163 1*1 A 1 N STREET,
IS SELLING
Good Muslins at 10c per yd.
Calicoes, 12 Jo per yd.
SheetingCheeks, 20c per yd.
Barred Flannel, 37Jc per yd.
Illue Kentucky Jeans. .V)c per yd.
All Wool Caaaimere, &7Jc.
WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS,
Sacking Cloths and Cassimcres, Breakfast
Shawls, Long Shawls, Balmoral Skirts. Hoop
Skirts. French Corsets, Table Covers, Towels,
Russia Crash, White Goods. Do Laines, French
Merinoes, l'oplins, Alpacas, every description
of Dreas Goods, and prices to suit everybody.
Don't fail to call and secure a bargain.
sep21-ly
FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
J, t G, MENDEL & CO,,
NO. 136 ItlAI* STREET,
Carpets and Furniture !
JUST ARRIVED AND ARRIVING, THEIR
FALL STOCK of
CAR PETH,
?rss
Oii Cltflhs,
Window Knmlea,
Damask* and Piano Covers,
Door Mats, See., Sec.,
And everything kept in a first-class establish
ment. Particular attention is called to the
NEW PATTERN'S, both in Croxslev & 8ons'
Tapestries. and Lowell and Qartfonl Carpets.
Our line of Supers and Medium Wool Carpets is
better and we are selling tlicin lower than ever
bofore. Our prices will be found to compare
favorably with Pittsbnrg or Cincinnati.
Furniture ! Furniture !
In addition to our unnsually large stock of
home manufactured Furniture, we keep the
Cincinnati Furniture !
which wo willscll as chcap as it can be bought
anywhere; and keeping both kinds we feel satis
fied we can suit our customers.
MATTRESSES
of all kinds kept on haud and made to order at
low prices.
LOOKING GLASSES, French Plate Mirrors,
and common, of all sixes and prices.
Undertaking promptly attended to. sepl3
THE LARGEST
FURNITURE
ESTABLISHMENT
-IN
WESTERN VIRGINIA
IV o. 1*54 MAIN ST.,
Wheeling. W. Va.
R. T. FRIEND & SON,
UNDERTAKERS
AND H AfCFACTFRERK OF AM.
styles of Wood Coffins, Wood Caskets, Fall
G1am Top Metal ic Caskets, Full Glue Top Me
talie Coffins, and
FURNITURE!
?L'Cfl Aft
Sofas, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Chairs,
9IATTRASSE8.
And everything osnajTrkgit in a FURNITURE
All kinds of work made to order with neat
ness and dispatch. Wpz3
STEAM, GAS
?AND?
WATER PIPES,
BOILER FLUES,
^1*D AM, KIXDK OF ISAM
and Iron Fittings. Tools, Ac., for f
Gas Fitters' nee.
EF"Tbe beet and largest assortment in the
city, and at greatly reduced prices. Send tor
Price List. J. 6. FULLER,
angSMa 47 Dey street. New York City.
A.UWXD CALDWILL. GMO. B. CALDWELL
Alfred Caldwell & Sen,
Successors to alfrzd calbwell,
to CaldweQ A FleaWr, and to Caldwell k.
ad ? running through a period *f 98 years
practice,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITOUS W CHANCERY.
Office, 71 MAin street, oTer the Bank of Wheel
inc. Wbeetiu, W. Vs. Practice in the State
snd Federal Cwrts in Wert Virginia, and in the
XT. 8. Supreme Court at Waafalnfton.
ty Particular attention g>ni? to the collec
tion and securing of H si sis and the taoser al
ways remitted by the fust maq. after Ita receipt.
>. Ml -?V\ ^
-? Hfe*% >- ?? ?' .. "j. . ? .. V-. -
?g. <???*- ? <v, .. y.
DBY GOODS.
J. H. SMJTH &CO.
\ ' ' ?' , - \ '
ABE urow BECEimw?
FULL AID WINTER
GOODS
BOUGHT SINCE THE
Late Decline in Prices,
Please exam me oar itock and price* before
bovine.
octsS J. H. 8J11TB * CO.
Great Reduction
-IN
DRY -GOODS,
-AT
JOHN ROEMER & CO.'S,
Nos. 31 A 33 Main Street,
CENTRE WHEELINO.
Good 3-4 BROWN MUSLIN at fl
Good 4-1 " " " 10
Good 3-4 Bleached " " 10
Good 4-4 " " " tat
Good fast Colored Calicoes " 10&13)
Good French Merino*, all colors, at fl.00
GoodDe Lains and Coburgsat 23
Good, all wool. Empress Cloth*. 91.00
FURS! FURS! I FURS!!!
VERY CHEAP.
We call yonr especial attention to a large as
sortment ef
Shawls. Cloaks,
Sacnuua. Silks,
Plaid 1'opliuH, Mohair.
Lustres, Flannels of all kinds,
Cloths, Casaimeres,
Jeans, Blankets.
Coverlet*,
Balmoral and Hoop Skirt*,
Woolen Yarns, Carpeta, and
Carpet Chain.
Cotton Yarns,
Oil Cloths,
Mattinc, &?.. 4c.
All of which will be sold at extraordinary low
prices, for cash.
tystraneera riding in the Street Cars, can
askthe conductors to let them ont at Roemer's
Store.
Please call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere, and oblige
oct24 JOHN ROK.TIKR Ac CO.
TOO MANY GOODS.
WE WILL COMMENCE THIS (TUBS
dav) morning, Oct. 13th, to
CLOSE OUT OUR IM
MENSE STOCK,
AT
Crcutly Kcduced Prices.
Come and see what we are doing.
octl? J. S. RHODES it CO.
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS! HATS!
JOST RECEIVED,
A LA HUE STOCK OF ALL THE
LATEST STYLES
?OP?
IIATS AND CAPS
KOIl THE
FALL TRADE.
?I.iBPEB & BRO.
SILK HATS !
FALL STYLE
-or
SILK II A T S
JUST RECEIVED AT
OABPER *c BKO.'M.
?ng90
JOHNB. FULLEST
47 Hey Street, New York City,]
MAXVPAPTl'ltCft ixn DtALSB IX
Portable and Stationary
Steam Engines and Boilers
From 2 to 860 llor*t Powr.
Mont appbovbd cibixmb
and Upright Saw Mill*, Ori?t Mill*. Sugar
MUM, and all kinds of Mining and I'lantatioa
Machinery an hand and built to order.
EHhitfting, I'ullies, Leather and Rubber
jr. and all klndsof Iron and Wood working
Machinery.
K Machinery and Railroad supplies in store,
Ipped at the lowest rates augJMm
Greenwood Cemetery,
SITUATED ?1* THE NATIO.UL
ROAD, three miles Bast of the city, is bow
ready for Interment*, sale and improvement of
lota. It contains 37 arr$a of land, and is laid
out in the uoet modern and improved (Trie ? eaa
be easily reached at all seasons by the Rational
Road and for three-foartha of this year by the
He mpfield Railroad. It is perfectly secure, and
intended to be beautified by evar? variety of
trees, shrubbery, public vault, chapel, artificial
lake, foaatains, 4c., to Bake it equal to the best
Rural Ctxaeteriea in the country. Ample pro
vision 1s also made for Its enlargement, ordar
and care la perpetuity.
Persona desirous of purohasiar lots nan mat
ne the gnrvnd with the Superintendent, who
has a plat, or secure theia by calling at tho oAee
of the Secretary, on Maio street, over the Hank
of Wheeling.
Persons wishing to msha Interments wfll call
oa the Secretary to obtain permits therefor.
Tickets of admission to lot boldors sad visit
ton will be issued by the Secretary.
A J. HWEEMTSY, Prns't
R. C. Borajuf. Kec*y.
BOARD Or DIRECTORS.
A J. Sweeney, Joha A Armstrong,
J. 8. Rhodes, Gsorgw Adams.
John O. Math, R. 6. Jordan.
Geo. Mendel. E. A Hildroth.
Joseph Be.1. *ng31
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Thoreaghly revised aad much calami Over
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It contains 10.000 WORDS aad MEASTXOS
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iimLj . * i jm ? A
OliOTHINQ.
NOTICE.
J. T. LiKlH 4 C|.
merchant tailors.
\o. 41 Jlotrw Stmt,
1'AKE PLIAH'KK II h.0bb
INO their namtrons trteada ana cnTJi**
that they have j out rewired ? ^
fin im mum toois,
consisting of
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Vesting*, and
Overcoating*,
Which they m* prepared to aiakt op ii u?
Be?t Style and at Reasonable
Rates.
We *1*0 incite attention to our veil ?*1*1.4
?took of
FURNISHING GOODS,
Comprising everything aeceanary to a
Gentleiuau's AVanlrobr
sept?
1867. Fall Trade. 1887.
WEST VI 11 Gil .MA
Havvnu KKCBIVKII I PWtllM
of ono hundred ca*e? uf Clothing In? mr
Manufacturing EfttablUhiiicut. in lUltiroor*,
we respectfully invite the public to rail ao4?i
amine our atock. For extent, vartetv and low
nee* of price, it will ho found unequalled iaUU
section of the eoantry. The nock roii?itU ?(
Men's, Youths' and Boys'
CLOTHIjSTG,
Furnishing Goods, 4c.
TO WnOLKNAI.E UlVBUl
wo will offer apeelnl indaeeraent*. All bilk
boncht at our house will lie
GUARANTEED
to be n? low an ther can be bought In tb? K??t
Call and examine the utock before pnrrha*ia(
M. GTJTMAN & CO.,
8. X. Cor. of Main and Monroe street*. IUUm
old staiid),
aep19 IVIIRRM.HiUTI
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
JUST OPENED!
AT THE NEW
BOOK STORE
(Mexdf.l* Block i WHEELING
A LARGE AN I) CAIiEKI'LLf SELECT
ed stock of Standard aad If iaceilaneou*
BOOKS!
to which we ink the special at tentleu of Ik*
public. Of Booka suitable for|
Sunday School Libraries.
we have a very largo stock, ami peel vari ety."
Bibles, Prayer Books, Hjmb
Book*,
In endless variety , am! all styles of Mndlaj.
DIARIES FOR 196t,
of theee our aaeortment la very ertenalra, sad
of a superior quality.
SCHOOL BOOKS
Always on band.
Legal. Rerord, Cap, and
PAPERS,
of the very beet quality. Ala*, a wry let*
stork of
BLANK BOOKS!
??eh aa Led rem. Journals, DsyaadCsah Eoek*.
which we will aed cheep
W e iariu aa examination ef oar gesda *!
those needing any article in our line, a* ??
about ererytblDf to be found in a
Book Store, and which will be disposed af ?
favorable term a.
oct ? CAMPBELL A MDEKM OT
NEW^FlRM.
ABCMI4 w. r a I'u. MM mm r. tkmt
JOII* MOM AX, J a.
A, W. Paul) k Ct
Soncitiori It?
jr. C. ORR & c
Hfo. 1M HAM STREET
MERCHANTS' B
Wheeling, W. Vft.
WE WOULD CALL TUB ATTBITI0*
of ear old customers and nweheW^'
?rally to our large aad well 1 Parted stesk ?'
Books and Stationery,
WALL PAPER,
PrinUif St Wrapping Pap^
Envelopes* Blank Book*.
Cap, Letter aad Hole PaK"'
Gold Pers, PeaeiK
Window Blind*, FaneyGood*
A Ed a fail assortment of aQ articles la*
found in oar line.
We would call aysswri <
aad varied stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS.
rfabtisfcad Beek aad
Kaia street
?tm remain* wl* *
pleased to sss We
CaBat the OU Established Book gad *9**+
mrj House, Jtfa. 1M Main street.
Mr. B. r.Xmu _
Ann, aad would be plsased
coprEB- vaftc*
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