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St. Cltfmille, Oiio, Slay 10.
Scene on the "Ajax."
Mark Twain, in I -Iter to the Virftini
Citr Enterprise, deicri'iss aorua of the inoi
dent of thi teceal pleasure tiip of the
t'eatner " Ajat " to tho Sandwich Islands.
Tbs following is excruciatingly laughable:
Iw'n LolanJ, proprietor of the Oroidci!
Ul llstel, was paaiin-rr. The-ro were
one sasage) griizly boar chained in cage
on deck. thia night in tha mi 1st of a bur
risen, which was aecrimranird by rsin ind
thuadar and lichtuiti.r. Mr. Lelimd came up
a his way to beJ. Jut as lie stepped wto
tho pitohv darkness of the dec k, ami reeled
to the still more pilchy rnolinn nf tlio fessel,
tho Captain sang out hcarn-ly tlirnuiih his
speaking-trumpet, "Bear hund alt. there!"
The words were sadly marred and jumbled
by the roaring wind. Mr. Liland thought
tho Captain said, "The bears nre alter you,
there I "and ho "lot go all holts" and went
down into his boots. II t murmured, ' I
katw how it was en'mn to be I Jut know
it from the start I said all along that those,
baars wiuld get I.tose somo time, and nnw
I'll bo the first man they'll snitch. Cm -tain
I Captain 1ran't hoar me torm
roars so. Ob, God, what a Tate I I have
avoided wild beasts all in v lil, and nnw to
he eaten by a grittly hoar in tho. mid lln of
tho ocean, a thmcand mile from Intel I
Captain I Captain I Oli. Captain I blda
my aonl, there' nno nf thorn. I'vn rot to
cut and rin I " Ai l hn did out and run,
and samhe 1 throijuh ihn dunr nf tlio firt
tato-rootn ha caw to. A r"ritt"rn in and
his wife woro in it. Tim fnlli'ii.an ex
claimed, ''Win's t.hit'?" Tlie rul'iK'ou
gaspsd out, "Oh. grfat Scotland. lb(- heir
ro looso, and just ruiiin tnorrv b''ll all
over theshipl" and then sunk down oxlmu it
1. The gentleman sprang nut r.f l td and
locked the dnor, and prenarad Hit a sine.
After while, no a.m't boing mi l'1, a
reeoDaoissanaa was tnadn frnm the window,
ad a vivid flaah nf lightning revealed a
elear deck. Mr. Leland then ma In a dart
far bis nwn state room, gained it. Ii krd
himself in, and felt thst his hndv's asla
vatiun was acoomplihhed, ami hv littlii les
than tuiracle. Now I bare told this story
as I heard it, from a passenger, who suid he
wou'd vouch for evory part of it exoept the
language, whioh is stronger than Mr. La
land over indulged in. The next diiy tho
subject of thix'metunir. thniuh still very
feeble and nervottn. had tho hardihood t
Make np a joke nn his adventure. Tie said
that when he found himself in so tight a
plies (as ho thought) he didn't boar it with
much f'r!ituds. and when ho fonnd binimlf
aate at. last in his state-ronin, ho regarded it
as the besret naeip, he had ever had in
his life. lie then went to bed and did not
list op again for nine days. This unques
tionably bad joke cist a glnom over the
whole ship's company, and no effort wis
sufficient to restore their wonted cheerful
ness until the vkso readied her port, and
other scenes erased it from their memories.
Scene on the "Ajax." Respective Ages of the Senators
Scene on the "Ajax." Respective Ages of the Senators of the Thirty-Ninth Congress.
Kirkwood S3 Morrill
(Veswell 3 N'inith
TTillietns 43 Howe
Oegiti 45 (Vwan ,
Yates 4R llarriN
Outline 74 Haul-bury
Norton .37 Orimes ,
Stewart .30 Anthony
Johnson 70 Doolittlo
Nye S3 Trnn
Lane, U. S S2 ('handler
Buckslew 4S Wriht
Brown..... 40 Wade
Oonne.s 44 Wilxon
Van Winkle Ml TWr
Ramsey 51 Trumbull ,
Hendricks 47 Fessenden ,
Spragae 3fi Foot ,
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Morgan 55 Sumner
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Willey 55 MeDmicnll.,
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Henderson .30 Line, J. II
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Psvie ft5 Hark
Howard A1 Sherman
I'nmeroy. SO Poland
Middle 49 Edmunds
WaahinKton Chronicle.
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.38
Sol. Millerisms.
Sol. Miller, of tho Kansas Chief, is re
ponsib'e for the following :
Tho "Liwrenea Journal announce tlmt
Mra 8onator Lane has lust returned from
Washington, and expree thti highest od
miration for ProHident Jobnsrin. Weill a
woman who admired Jim Lnno siifTieiently
to marry him twice, cerlninly esnnot be
blamed for adminng Annv Johnson I
Clement Ij. Vallandigh.'im, wlinm Pret-i-
dnl Jjintnln baniMiod tor trvaxon, is in
Washington on a tecret riion. Probably
no Has gone to asut Anriy loimron in
"oarrying out Lincoln's poliey. "
A paper, giving tho names of some of
rresidont Jrnson s ennQilentml adviHors,
mentions one Mrs. Cobb. What docs old
Andy want of Coobs, when he has Jim
Lane
The New York Tribnne wants Congress
ta past an ant making it. a penal often-e to
so the word " donate. " That would only
rean.it la aaottisr veto, another eonniot be
tweea the President and Congress, and eon
eqaently the 'party ' would be broken up
again, for ena or old Andy j " experiments"
ta to make tht whole United States a dough
atioa.
Artemus Ward on Napleon's
Life of C├Žsar.
I aot wp a spell by the ki'ehon fir., reailin'
Leala Napelcen'a Life of Julius f'ne-sr.
What a reckless eld oil's In was I Yit Lewis
pieturshim in glowin nullers. l is.ur made
it lively for the boys in Osul, didn't he? He
slewed ena million of oitunns, male and to
aaaU Gauls and Gaulussoa and then he
old aaotber million of 'cm into uluvcry,
He eontinaered thia style of thing for sum
time, when one d ly ho was 'sa-inate I in
Heme hy some high ton" ! Roman vnnluien,
lad en by Mr. Brutus. When old Unity in
rted his knifo into him. Crear admitted
that he wta gnn up. His funeral wis a
great eawei. the hoiMa bein' oiowdud to
its olsiost eaptoity. Ton minuts alter the
aJ-ors wereopmd tha u-lir l.idlo put up
arisen which wts, 'Stttiidin' ltoom fnly."
I went to hd at last. " And ho, " I said.
" then hist ne ear fir sweet malady T " A
ilery more was tuy onlv anNwr. H
ARTEMUS WARD.
Last Oil Strike.
Torca biy we:it bulling in one of tbe
troann near Oil oretk, and when tliey esine
out they wir so gravy that they ooul.l not
ty iu their oliibes. As fin ss they slip
psd ihem on. thoy would slip off satin ; and
onaof thom in i bco ll,'s niomint i arrow'y
04pal sl.ppiugout ol'l.'u skin. Ou ruseh
in( bo ne, tbtir paront being exovediiily
frugal, wron tliem out and cxtraoted about
flftaeo gslloui of puro oil frjiu the throe
boys.
A com VAt,KncKNf soldier In a boaniul in
JNris, while stretching bimselt, exolaiwad,
Oh Oodl' A young and very pretty
H'ktftS Ot Chain ran Un .nrl tni.ulr.J .
' What would you Uod would da for. you f
l am oia wauduior. - i na ooDvaieeoent ta
j ttJt " APt we for bis son in law. "
Last Oil Strike. Dry Goods & Notions.
NEW SPRING GOODS!
GRE.VT REDICT10. U FKICES !
THOMAS, STURGEON & CO.
HAVE Jl'St OPENED THKI1
Spring & Summer Stock
of
Embrscing .11 '.he laloil .tylc. ot
RICH DRESS SILKS!
G REN A DIN 1.3, OHGANDIKS, Lr.NOS,
FOULARDS, FOIL DK CIIEVRK9,
MELANGES, L18TRES, PEKCALES,
PRINTED JACONETS.
GRENADINE BARING E9,
GINGHAMS, CHINTZES,
LAWNS, TAMARTIXES,
CRAPE MORETrS
LATEST STYLE PRINTS!
fll.K SACQliES, SILK HASCJL'ES,
CLOTH SACQL'KS. CLOTH TALMAS,
LAMA WOOL SHAWLS,
MOZAMUIQUE SHAWLS,
CREl'E MOIUVIT SHAWLS,
ENGLISH Mt'SLINS,
E.MUROIDEK1ES, LACES,
LACE CLRXAINS,
IIOO I SKIRTS,
ALEXANDRE, JOUVl.N Si DIJON'S KIDOLOVES,
HOaiEllY, DIMITRY,
IRISH LINENS,
BLEACHED SHEETINGS,
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS,
TAULE DAM tSK,
TAUI.E COVERS,
PARASOLM,
LINEN WOOI.r.N GOODS KuR BOYS WEAR,
SUN UMBRELLAS,
Ac, Ac , Ac , An.
THOMAS, STURClKOIt CO.,'
l4iH'eirr lo Win. B. Senseiiry A Co.
AOINT for lr ril. lirnld
vr m.niiKit scwisu itiAciima.
Tlirir "l.i-.lior A l-'iinitly Mn.-h lire livynml iloulil
llie lic.l himI :lieuprl of a'l Fn(itily Sewhtg MtitOiim'.
ls Itotm iaa Main St. WHgBLIDIU,
Samuel Kline.
Dry Goods!
T HAVi; ronri Into itifl Dry Ooo.U trail al ilia old
137 Main St. Wheeling, W.V.
Hnvliiff jiit r-'iiifiieil fri'tn th Knut, wlmrw I have
I'uiliiuigu ana i airy cat niiu ran aw i elicit siwi vi
Fancy and Domestic
r l)roiig;lit to thia niarkol.
I titrrrfora rnrtliul'y invlia all my frifliiiU and formir
pHirunn nf tli'tinout Cniiiiiy. who are tt-irouatjf kKH
iimli liHrffnina, m inn fall to tiaiiiMif my aluck. wtnult
I will Ntsti ni ilia lowest putailila pnt'iia, toiiiiilnitf
Bvery variety 01
ENCUSH, FRENCH & SCOTCH
Ptcmia Tlothf,
t umiiiHii Olnth
liiillaittiiin,
Muhair !-ntrf,
Jriih I'opltn,
IManI l.amaa.
Haxunv siiipei.
SII.ICS !
A vry mrgn anil variml a4irtmitt nf Plant ami
Kit i try ure Bilka, 10 winch I would call ucihI ul
ttillltOll.
Cloaks and Cloaking
of 1 very kind and ilAairinlioii. I would f Ne ially rail
th aiiei.tion of latin lo my Btdck uf' lt.K MANTlls
I Art, wlitrli. itftniK ilia lurauRt r ltriulil lo tits my,
I umi roiitMstui 1 t in atju mem at U10 .ttlkAn.l
liAKUAt.Ns.
SHAWLS.
K lurg., liantlMins and choice ..otlinriil.
Th. DELAINES, si Ih. old p.ac prio-IM cn.
UAI.HMI IHi'run.
HK.m' SiL'fLIV-Mrnu.
I'ULNCH AM) DOMI.MHC GINGHAMS.
Housekeeping Goods!
CARPETS and OIL CLOTHS, of .v.ry Uylt mid
imliiy.
Brown snd III ush'd .Mu-lun, Ru.i Cru.li, Brown
ml lllrnrlicd Llwil I slil. CltSl.h I'lHow i:M Colloll
V 4 ilivBUn(, EiuUomd i'shl. r"ro.Jfc I'uwel Line
Flanu.U.
a.iit.u
J.an.
Ca.hui.rHi,
Uniou r.MluMr.,
Uroad Cloth.
AyiilTJE GOODS!
Jacoueii.,
Ui.liop I..WH,
bVlrll Mull,
MwiM M'l.lin,
Nainvoolt,
Tar. Ion.
NOTIONS !
Ladie.' Itote,
UuU Hall llnu,
Ladi..' (il.iv.a, " .
Uaina l.lov.t.
kVUk Mum,
Ladi. .' and O.nl. Kida,
ldwa dun u.
.. ;'? a" t! too aunuraus to an.
Iiosi all of whieli haa b..n uoukM .met Ih U.ulius
I load, and will ba aold accanliualy.
Do at Mrs plat. Hayiuau". old Hand. Na. lar
Uaia tkraau WSmIimi, W. Vi. ' " w7'
Mr ann bimon Klina will aiund u tma OleUlns
boaiiMM, al aiy aid Hand. 1
aaaruaa liNVIb lUUkV
Last Oil Strike. Dry Goods & Notions. Watches and Jewelry.
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
evr Store In St. tlalrsvillc!
JAMES McMILLEN
T EMPKCTPUXY ANNOITNCKS t thfl finpl of
jlv m. ' iniMnif gt-in Tirnniy inai nw nat openea ft
latrge aim Tine'j eVsnormieni 01 ins
LilTIiST 8TZ,ES OF
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
and Notions,
In Hi. room fnrm.rlv orpuninl hy W. R Rill., an Main
Slri-et. a trvr door. E ..I of .Mnririm Street.
The public are inviled to tall and intpect my .lock.
CSrRr-pnirinff dune in a nnat and work-
manlika nmiincr, ami warranted at maaonaula rate..
Watches, Jewelry & Notions
GEORGE BROWN & CO.
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
That they have Just Received
-A. Fresh. Supply of
JEWELRY,
AND
Which they will dispose of
On Treasonable Terms
Sf Clnir.ville, Uclober 4fl 180S.
Last Oil Strike. Dry Goods & Notions. Watches and Jewelry. Millinery Goods.
o(
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
L. G. THOMAS,
JWo. 174 Main Street,
WHKKLlNGk
IIAVK iutt reneiTed Urge snd carefully snlected
Bonnets, Hats, Ribbons,
FI.OWKRS. it. Millinery flood. In general which
hoiulil ai the uoiloui af Ilia market, and will be
aold clump. Alio,
SPRING CLOAKS,
Trlip Gore Corsets
Dress Trimmings, Buttons,
Embroideries and Fancy Goods
hi Tarleijr.
:m::rs. thomas
WILL H AVR 1 1 1 : R I'RINff OPENINO of Ih.
Lale.l New York 8lyle. of
AO.V.VJSTS, It. ITS, aVc,
on THURSDAY, APRIL lru, ta Irtf.atore room up
lair.. aprlV-Hai
AT EASTERN PRICES!
LADIES' CLOAKS,
II O.lVVl! T, Ml a TSt
BICATINU CAPS, o.
A Ian .lock ol LADIES' CLOAKS, of lateM Mylea,
Juat Received from New York,
and offered al lCml.rn price.. Alio a elioica uion
luem of
Ladies' Furs, Bonnets, Hats,
FUR HOODS, SKATINil CAPS, Ac, af all vari.lia.
aim ei) tea.-
Ilu boa, Bibbons, Artifloial Flowers
and a fenerat aauirtinsnl of TRIMMING (JOOD8.
Call and then, at Nn. Main Si., (on door ba
low l-'riaad.' Furmtura blorel h-elm.
M. COI.VIO.
d.T-U (Formerly Al. Marxian )
ECO.
IN8UUIS
Horses, Mules and Cattle
AOAINST L088 BT
TIIEFTflrDEATH
From Accident, Dlaeuae, or
Other C'uuae.
JOSEPH WOODROPPR, Bl. Clair.. iHa, Oal,
Kivrcutl A, MM.
Good CauTuaar. Warned. jail
FUR LINSF.KO OIL AND WHITE LKAfc Alts
Painls si all aolora, dry and groand I eel. Foe
t a .ah irj-r uu's.
Groceries & Produce.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
u
NDP.R th. pret.m Mete of excllamenl it liome.
in. citizen ol tne eonimnnity to aaep meiuMive.
poaitaari on llie erenl iuuri of th
n.y.
II jrou will call ereund at the corner 01
Main and Marietta Streets,
You can buy
CROSERtES
a. eheap a.alany other place in thi. town, or al
WHEELING PRICES.
t keep constantly on hand
FLOUR, FEED, SUGAR, RICE,
COFFEE, PISH,
TOBACCO NAILS
Hardware of ail descriptions,
uch a. IIOF.. FORKS, PPADF.S. KHOVBL8,
A A K:v in fart, everything uauniiy Repi in a
Well furnished Grocery Store,
which I will dinpone ol on the mnt REASONABLE
TMR.VS for CASH or COUNTRY PROHIICK.
1 will pay Cn.h for Ont.. Corn. 1'otaloc, Apple,
(dried and green), Pork, Reef, Hncon, and Poultry of
all kiml..
I will DF.LIVF.R all ood, inch . flour and feed, to
lhoe in town who favor ma with their eu.lim, free of
chRrire.
Feelins thankrnl lo my cnatnmer. for pa.t pairanaire,
and paying .trie! attention to my liu.ineM, I expect lo
receive a .hare of the public cutom.
fe'i-ly J AS. A. RIDKER,
JOHN J EPSON,
GEO. J EPSON.
J.Jepson&Son,
OENI'.RAL DF.ALER3 IN-
GROCERIES
AND
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, 6.
B
leave to Inform the public that they keep eon.
.tantly on h.ud tha
Tho Best Qualities
of
SUGARS, MOLASSES,
d,in fact.everything usually fouud in a
riTlT GLASS OROOERY,
II of which Ihey offer at the
LOWEST MAHKKT PRK E8I
They have alio ju.l received a Ana s.mrlmenl nf
HARDWARES QUEENSWABE.
II At I. A SI'r.MI S PKNTRF I.F.VKR PLOWS and
HKAW.IiV'S VMKH.liN YAUNS ulwny. on hand.
HEW WHOLESALE & RETAIL
In Bridgeport, Ohio.
"VVm. S. ITutcitins,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
Opposite llie ti nila port Mill, thi door above Junkitu,
Urunuin Jt Co., on National Koud,
URIDOKPORT, OHIO.
TO THF! 0(TI7FN OP HKLMONT AND AD
JOINING COUNTIKH!
I hava opened a tor lor the piirpoaof tup-
plyiua; Pahii.ibm with Groceries at h
price that ill atinfy the inot enon-!
.omtral purchaner both in a waoLK-i
tAi. a aitd ibtail way
Thti wilf enal'le eyerV ma t aiipply thentaelvea with
attirlea, in aiAtL and larpfe quantitiea. at wholkbalk
ion, and at the same ptira, preriely. tha.t retail
(rrorrs have to pay for article which tliey retarl.
To enumerate the heavy article now on hand:
Green Jtiva Coffee. Green Rio do. fall qualities), Roast
ed do fall qualities). Ground do. (in packag or
bulks, Kxiruetdo All grade of Ureen Tiaa.
Black Teas and Japan Teas. Louf Huirar,
Crushed do.. Granulated do.. Pnlveri
ted do . '"A" Cotree do., M H" Coffee
do.. "C Fi " do., -C" Co flea
do., Knirlish Island do.,
Porto Rico do., Cuba
do. Golden Ayrup,
PI. O and Kor
Khurn l'o
lasset, Rice,
' Pearl Barley. KcnI
Concentrated lye,
Soap, Canned Fruit, he. ke.
in facC. everythintr iu the Grocery line. AIo. Carbon
Oil wholesale and retail. In conneeilnu with the
above, I keep Tor the accommodation of my cuhsn a
Snod assortment ot the best Knglinh Queens ware; also,
lnno and Glasa Ware, and which will be sold at
iVhcetin prices; also a food assortment of Notions.
Candies, lUskeia. Ao.
In exchauire. ! wi-h CASH or COUNTRY PRO
DUCK. I will buy ANYTHING that is saleable an
pa Cnsh or Mercnamlifta for the sHine; and I wih it
home In mind bv prtvbicer venernllv thai I will PAY
THK HIGHKWT M AH K VtV PRICK for Ht'TTKH,
Pol ; POULTRY. PORK, HIKI) APPLKS. APPI.K
IMITTKR. HOHtlHI M, CAHHAt.K, Ac, ftu., and am
now in need nf all llie proriuct.
1 have leased for a term of l lime yeara the room I
now occupy, and hope to furin inuuy aruatuMtuces
duri nn ih lime
With many thanks for past patrbnago, I can but ia
vita you to call and see us. marf-ly
FRESH ARRIVAL r
STOP AND MKKt
JAMM OWIIORNVI. now layini in hi. Hprin. Hnwlt
f UrucariM, conipriAiii. avryihii4 th it i.tequircd
to cainpleia a Ir.l c Paini y (Iroo ry Ktor , all of
whirs m ill be .old al tha lowe.tcah pries, or exchaiif
ad for Country Produce.
lo u'l fail to .lop. a. I have attlarned and re fitted
wy ro .10. and aia better prepared to accowmotiaia the
pnhlie thanavar belora.
Krra inuar ika ulaaa North .ida M.in rlRt, ft.
Clairtvill., Ohio nirtl
ILL KKKD, lor .al. al
lurdU
50
UUI.8. BKJT FAMILY PLOURwarrasted
lurileal (iurJ UdliUUUa-
PURE PINK TAR, far aals alt
tank) OBUORNK'a.
1SH! P1HH! PI8H!-A.b.a lot of No. t and 9
MMkarai, wwrauwal, lof Ml. si uauUeUMb a.
G
ALDbN lYUUr-A Na. I article, for aala at
caitsOKMPa,
Groceries & Produce. Drugs and Medicines.
Huccea.or to Fandenberg Ac Co.,
13ank !3uildinR,
BRIDGEPORT, OHIO.
rpHP. followinf article, are offered to Ih. trade in
X liridgeport and vicinity, at tha very lowest market
price.:
Driigt, Fuinti, White Lead,
Medicine), Oils, Window Ulati,
Chemicals, Varnishes, Pvttu,
Dye Stuffs, Spices, Perfumery,
Patent Medicines, c.
Scalrr, are roprctlully invited lo call. (augS4
fil!rtY!TAL PALACE" and Imperial White Tad
J for inle hy J. M TODD.
auv4 lirulgi-porl, Ohio.
Ipi'NDi'.NHKno-S "Palatable Worm Powder., ' for
. .ale by J. M. TODD, Hlidgepart, O.
IL L S J. J.
.Jll E Z
IJlhlllllU.
St. Clairsville, Ohio,
DKALKR8 IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, rAIMS, OILS,
Varnishes, Turpentine,
Dye-Stuffs, Glass,
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
5i S am. tlJL bib ir-y ,
School Books, Fancy Articles,
Perfumery, Spices, &c
WILL coiinlaiitly keep on hand a well .elected
Mirtiiienl of .uch article, as are enumernted
above, and all other, uinully kepi in Drug Store. wTiicB
wa will Mil at the
LOWESh CASH VHICXBBt
Particular attention will be paid la
FILLING PHYSICIANS' ORDERS,
And pntlinar up PRKCRIPTfONS. fnraily compound,
and preparation, of all kind..' A ,
. .
PUftE RTF, VYH!fKY. R RANDIES, VINE9 AND
GINS, medical purpoae..
BEMOVAL f
One door Weat of Print dk raa;Ia.
J. H. WEST & CO.,
D ROCS of returulup their thank to
their nuni'Toiift cum Mine ro for part fa
vors, wih to inform the public lltal they
have renuivrd if. tli;ir in-w room, one do.r
West of I n nt At. iv 'loihing Htore,
where thev hnve mt received, nud itre
constantly receiving, fresh supplies of . . rr
Drufi, Metllolnea and Pair Chamlc!,
Also, IjVIJTH, 13 ry and Ground,
in Oil and Water.
OILS, VARNISHES. FATEHT MEDICINES,
11 StuflH, Fine Toilet Soapr,
PKIU-HMKRII-S, IIKU8IIK8, FANCY NOTION 9j
and evnytldng tfeiierally kept in a well reflated Drug
Hloro, alt of wtiich they will a ll at low rates.
Irt connection with the above, we also keep constantly
on hand a complete assortment of
School Dookn, Blank Books',
STATIONERY and HARDWARE.
Househuilders and Mechanics need
:nm anvlhnia? In the Hardware hue
would do well to rive us a rnll. as
our stock of Locks, Hiiiirea, Mechanics Tools, AO-, is
vanru mid ciniineio.
Our arnmttrineTits are now such that any artlrle want
ed m our line, that We may not have on hand at tha time,
cati be ordered and forwarded at shortest notice, with
out any additional expense. '
JlT'liWi forueithe place. All order by mail or
otherwise promptly attended to.
tfytm J. H. WERT k OO.
eemoval;
J. H. WEST & CO.,
Ifavt removed their
DRUG STOTITC
to no. 4 Main St.. south win;
a few door. I'.at of Marietta 81 , nuil two ilo..r W ...
ol KrnilA Naiilr'ii CIoiIiiiik Hlore. Where Ihey hope
to Me their ohl cinttoiin'r.. to whom and th. puhlie we
ralurn our roo bearay ihanka. aula
Groceries & Produce. Drugs and Medicines. Merchant Tailoring.
1866. 1866.
SPRING tSc SUMMER.
TUOa. K. BCANS.
H. QCOOINUEIMER.
STEIN BROTHERS,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
.........
- WHOLESALE ANO RkTAIL DEALERS IN
MEN & BOYS CLOTHING,
GEm FiaXlSMXG MODS,
Cloths,
vCassimcres,
Vostings,
Tailors' Trimmings, &c,
" MKI3ANUIS,
COHNI'.R MAIN AND MO.NKOB STREETS,
WHEELING, WEST VA.
OUR STOCK IS NOW VKHV FULL AND COM
n.r.lfv whick wa ar. luakin aJdmoii. er
waak of
New & Desirable Goods I
rtfe ws will sail law itksr'Vlwlesak as Jtek.il!
.
ssii-ir ' . avTBta brotbbks.
Groceries & Produce. Drugs and Medicines. Merchant Tailoring. Dry Goods & Notions.
JOBH tROBOT. ,
W. WAI. WATSON.
El STORE. NEVY STORE.
JUMTOPKNKU. , .
Messrs. Crosby & Watson
Have just opened ft select itock of
DOMES TIG DRY . GOODS I
Boots, Shoes & Notions,
In BRIDGEPORT, O. ;
(Next door lo Weal A Mitchell', hrng Sinn.)
Which the, offer to tha pohlis at verjr low rate, for
Cans. , ,
v:.ll and m a.
nin.)r ... CROPIIY A WATSON.
FIRST STOCK
NEW SPRING GOODS !
JUHT IlttCElVKD HY
1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' - 1 : r .
Watson & Gressinger.
131152" goods,,
. 30TI03STS,
Boots, Shoes, &o.
Bought Since the Late
Decline In Prices!
March 18, IMW.
S. B. M'Elsot.
Ji& Dicum.
J no. T. Shass.
. Spring Trade, X 866.
DRY OOODS
AT WHOLESALK,
M'Elroy, Dickson & Co.,
54, Wytf &., Plttaburgb, Pa.
mV orrsa TH.ut
SIRIITC3- QOOD3 1
AT THS '
Lowest Market Price!
'rreiiMri oamh.
THE UTOOrf WILL BF, KKPT fioMPLETE DUR
INO THIS KASON.
Buyer, fro.ni Raateru ,aud Central Ohio, We.tern
PeiihKylvniun and West Virginia are Inviled to call
niiu cAumiiie me a.aurii-ieni. i nianovin
Groceries & Produce. Drugs and Medicines. Merchant Tailoring. Dry Goods & Notions. Music Store.
E: A. WEBER,
MUSIC DEALER,
103 Main Street,
WHEELING, WEST VA.,
QOI.E AGENT FOt THE STE1NWAY PIANOi
aiM) tor
Smith's American Organs.
He.t aaiortment of Violin.. Violineello.. Guitar..
UaMioa. Flnim. I'rcneh and German Arfordeon. Con.
eeriinaa, MikichI Itnxra. THinlioriiif : Largeal .lock of
SHEET MUSIC,
And Muaic llonke. Beat Italian and German Suing.,
INHTUUCTIONi
Given on Piano. Molodeon and Organ. Teacher.
louiiu iur violin, v iitunceiio ano uuiiar.
Laleal Publication, received daily. , (ontj'63-ly
Stoneware ! Stoneware
InAVh Jiiat received a prima
lolol NORTH KHN rT()Nr
WARE, which I offer al redu
ced pricea, at wholesale and re
tail. ,,
Alafli. s rood aaaortment of
QIIUKNSWARE, YELLOW
WAKh; and GKOOUKIEe) ia
treiterai.
1 will aril a. low a. any oilier
retail houaa ia the County.
Ciivnthv I'.ouuca taken la
excltanire. . .'
I herehy return lhank. for pad patroness, and will
enueavor to indnt a contiuuaHoa or lue .aiua.
WW. H. UHABP.
Bridgeport, April ia, lHftS.-3,n , -
D. E; HOWELL & SON,
Maautaetaaeej of
Copper, Tint Sheet Irou Ware,
. And Dealer, iu
llanlvim Stoves. Grates.
Flows and Agricultural Implements
1 fJITSioro Room two donra V;.il of tha Saw'Vill.'
o.-'"" DKIDOPORT,' CJHtO;
JAMES OSBORNE, '.
Grocer k Produce Duller
ST. CI.AIUSVILLE, OHIO.
FRUIT f TREES. '
150,000 Applo Trees, ;
) ii 4 ykahh n.n. w n;rrr hk.h. nj i,
' fOOl tsHtrUTMIll of . .
Wneht, Pears. I'lutua. Chrrrirn, ArtrtAuft,' fCei
riiia?, (amrM-a, CurrBnu, Mlf'aUrria: Rirrta
, Strawberhaa. Kvsyntiwnia kt , fcc, Ac.,
BELMONT COUNT NURSERIES
4 miles Northwest of St, Clairsville.
Price reawnahl. aad lenaa Is ii I Dm purciuuen '
' All order, promptly attended In. '
INUUCEMKNTS IO AGENTS. W.wlllaflVrirr.k
BduoaoMiiu to As.nta who. wiak la atta iu iua aala
afFniMTraaa. Addiaas. orkaH npw " T " -
S. MOKK!tON 4 CO.,
Marck , 136. Si.Clau.viUeloliiai
MISS;NANOY b7 PARIS
TIIAMKKIH. Poh pAT PAVOn,wauldwl.kai
In urn ht.r r......n-. ... .. 1
He Ihal ilia hua roctii.ed and i. now
opening ;
A. Bplontild Asuorlmamt"'
- , of, .. .'
ttonnrtTrUnmhtgny-
I .ss, nuiiiii,
Al.l. KINIXOKTHIMMINOS and i,
ninle mid trim all kind, of kouuut. wiib neatne.. aad
J"PSlrh. iBaaBMr
Ileal Aifllrlt.rt an,l Klna Priaoh Traiaatd'
AI.30, Oulter'. Sniierlor houlder Hrnee., .ailabla W
both lillea mid Oentle - for aala al
VK!r., .pa latliaUwlaHmaa ,
, NEW TIN SHOPd ;
TH K niKlRr.igited im'orin. tliu pulilia lliathekaaaaaa .
ed a new
Tin, Copper auiTShen Iron 9re
In Ihehiiltdin Immedlalely We.t of the Poet 6nW''
ST. CI.AIHHVILI.K. where h. will he happy to aes
mn Mte liirio with an) llnu? in hi. line of tinalne
reaao iahle term. trl If l!G H MARK .'
m mm mm
OS IiniiiI mii.I lor anle .t Niia office, a Mipenor ualiis
of Jn-.ifca" und Cou.calilt.' biai.k., ailiKnl wkrW
.re tle folUnvnijr:
U'unuiiiy Ifci'.l, .
(j Ml t.'l.iiii Uec il, . '''
IMoriicnir., wiiii and without Dower. .
. CIihii. I Murtgns.,
Lea. .
llnnd, ' ,
Power of Aitirne)', ;
tlmuinona,
Snnnneiia to Suit,
r '" ftuSiH&'iiiu V"
Wril of ftfalifiitinn. ' "
ASnlnvli for Aiiachm.rl, ' 1
f ummon. in Piirrihlr Entry and llei.iner. AliathtMST
with Suuiinon. KMnmnlili.. Ilond lor Ordef of All.cH.
menu lii, .limn. Kxeriiuoil, Millimua, Millimu. faf'
Ailjnnrntneiu, Nmire to G:irniahee. Order of Hale Ra 1
oiisniinnce, llecuKiiiKanon of WitiieaMii, Replevin.'
Stale Warrant, Landlord'. Complaint, Nolica lo lava
I'renmea, Coiialalile, Sale, and Proleat and Nolle af
Proteat. ... , r
We ar aim prepared lo print, on .hen natle. wilW
neatnesa, and at the loweal rate a, ' : , . .
BiUIIeaJs, Cards, Circulars', Envelopes, tftev
ALL-VHITE RUSBER ROLLER
GENljliif'E .-
MONITOR CLOTHES WRINGfi'li'
fr:- B 1 1 ' " ' ' ' ' ji i
a
MANUFACTURED BY i J
JOH1V VOl Vg; tl.a 1 OHrlaaY
' Wringer Man. ' "'
SelfAdjustlngand Adjustable
Tlllh IICST ' WIUWGEtt IJf .aTg'R.'
fpHK g'iioiiie Monitor Olotlia. Wrin.ar made andia.
X veined by John Young (me original invenloi of all
rubber roller, for Wringer.), i. belief lhan tha -Ual
veraal Wrinper," hecauae it ha. no "cog wheel." l
nuke it run hnrd, to dealroy Ihe roller.,' or t grind1 off
your li iger naiU. It t. beuer than th " Amidon Wrinf H
er." becuuM tha frnineia heavrer, the roller, longer (f.r
ihe .anie;nonry).tlie ridiberi. all white plea, la .lha',
ahull, and more firmly faatened to Ihe ahaft -he cany
roller i. better and more Humble and tha elaihe.arecar
ried over into a liaaket without ever falling down into
the wnaji tub. or touching the hoopa on tha tub. 1 ft haV
theae atlvaiitngea over nil Wringer.. For aala by
D. E. HOWELL SON, Bridgeport O.
SCALES! SCALES It ' SCALEsi'l
A. aginits'or tl "Huffnlo Scale Work Company,'
we kerp orthawl r.'nd furnithionriler.il kiudofScali
from the lurgeal "limlrouii Depot Scatea'' to tha am. II-'
est "Counter Bale.," for .ale at manufacturer. Orice.'
, . , , ' IIOWt LL A StlN. ,,
iylS tf. ' BfklgeH.n, q.
Howard Association,
rniLnurriiiA, I A.
,l!RASKSSvAf the Nervotl.'. Seintnal,' rlnarr aaaf
SeiUlkl Svalema iu.u a.wt iVltal.l tKln.....
D';
rennrta ," ll.i. I fm. n ..I ij.,,MUt!!.,. t. .. :i
wnled Idler anvelopen, free of charge. AddruS, 0r.
8Kll.t.l HOUOHTON, Howard AasseialioqTN. i
South Ninth Slreot. Philadelphia, Pai jVU-ly
: t' OTJT 2.'.' S
..ii
CELEBRATED.'!
wstraiS'!
eatiKHtcnraoB -and
lute lima,.' I
cleanse tiara
from oBknatTa .
matter,' atie) '
bring thaaa.fcs).H
ahealtbystatsv
Ther am ml
Sun pryentlve of Long Ferer, and a ertala I
remedy for all Diseases incident to,tfia Hon), w
vuu no uiau"
ders, Yellow
Water, Dia.
tamper.
Founder,
H a ay e a,
Slayerinft,
Coughs, Fe-
' t-ers, Loss of
Appetite and
Vital Ener-
' rr. kc.
In poor,' low-spirited aalmala. (t
most benencial effect; , , . , fji,,,!
The use of them improTes the wind, strenrtV
ehs the Appetite, and Ives to pt' HbrJ ' 1
fine, smooth aad glossy skia--fbas ionirttvv'it
lag the appearanoa, tkor aad, spirit af ,fcia';,
aoble animal." " 1 - ir
FOR MTT.f!TT ' flrVSVei
V ill) hi J' ml J. ;' 1
The property thia P6w4c possiaasj fi 1a-
ervasUig Ute quantity of Milk in Cows, glsaaM
it an imirUiace and value which should,
'place It in the hands of every person keeping
a Cow. By actual experiment it has prove i
that it will increase the quantity of HUk. s4
Cream twenty par cent., and make the Butter -Arm
and sweet. In fattening Cattle, It glca
them an appptite, loosens their bide and
makus them thrive much faster,
HOG 8 . ,"'-"i'i .iT
i. In all Diseases of
the Swine, such as
Coughs, Ulcers la
. tits Lungs, Liver,
c. By- putting
' from half a paper
to a paper of these
Powders ia a bar
rel of Swill, the
above Diseases can be cured or entirely pre-
Tented. By using these Powder tha nsgi
luolero. can be p rave a tod. -
. F4oa 25 ota, pot Paper, er 5 Paper for tL
. rasriasD sr ; .1 .?()
. ; S. A. FOUTZ; &?moi
at tnsiB: ., , ' ,i. ijn t
. WHOLESALE DRUu AND MEDICINE DEpT(r
No. 116 Franklia St., Baltimora, tv
- For Kale by Irug!sts and' Btorskoeperar
throughout the United State.-
For aala Whole. n!e and Retail by W. T. AJ JUrTekv
iiui, At. OUir. villa, where Mereliaul. aud otaarr aaa,!
Se auppuea at nianuiarturera prirea, ana lor- ealeTJ
Whole Ml by Weal a Mitchell al Uridgeaark O., asrfl
J 1. Jiewlaf, Piiubur(b.
1 I
l i mi - . jina
ha W'
- Sj aai.rnaM.aa.T 'M1 .
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