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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 9 April 1866

XOX0AT BOgFUC, AfKIL t. Closing of Bszczr?ReamA Pikes. lO DtfPOfE OF THE KLiullILW5 OF " '?f* - ^cvtnc and ?" Onrh-Tc. 94,1*79 sad dn? a?K?-lt Tele nraoes of tbe city joiadtT ? taforf oat la a bodj to sueod the fu- ?' nerel of ooe ?i tttdrmemberB, Mr. Mar tin. . I* tbs police coort on Saturday mora Ing the case of Augustus Migge, for fort- : stalling the aaaricet, was again comino ?d unteJ U>n mornioy. A Viet pleasant party came off ax StcobeuTiUe. Ohio, k?(Th?adsj even ing, tuaLf persona lrora litis city befog in attendance. Corsjoe f? Tfix capital dock of the WeHsborz ! National Bank is flOQjKB, its careaU^ j tion tbr fTf/^ y? ? the rarplot food exchange. fljMgJS. Tbzu vas a large attendance at tbe Bazaar Saturday ereoin^ It wm ifs Leod*d to cW the F*ir that eteniog, ? bat it will coBiiutw tLi? evening to fin ish r*J2:nr or meilmg tbearticle*00 ex- ; fcibition. Wc notice that the .&?? IscoTatKe ? Coin pan j of Wheeling hare taken the . ofl* over the Xaiiooal Savings Bank, '...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 April 1866

VOL. XIV1 WHEELING, WEST VA., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 18661 NO. 93. ? " gbdlol. LINDSEY'S ?TlWiH ^ ' IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER Medical Discovery, For the cure of i nuennm Arlsln* from ?n Impure t glalecf ??>e Blood. C .UJ HO ?A* rniiE question paramount to all / others is. How can health be rcrtowl if jit? And how preserved i? A perfect state? Tlie po#e?-or of untold wealth, without health. is a miserable inan; but the poorest pennant, with toll for his dally portion, poa iwid wltll brawny arm and PUHE BUOYANT BLOOD. guKhlng through every vein, Ls ble*?cd, iu (i<Nu one can euloy perfect health Whilst the circulation Is impeoed and the blood thlcK with impurities , .. . . To remove these is not only the aim of LIND8EY'8 Improved. Blood Searcher .2 01S'.L1 HEDICA1 BlSfOTIBT, bntwhen renovated to keep IT so. That It U f .. ? 1. . . nnvlni* #?f If l( HI II h confidence. ?. E. SELLERS & CO., Sole Proprietors, Corner of Wood and Second Streets, PITTSBURGH. JOHNSON'S RHEUMATIC C...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 April 1866

EJbjWtl%ok CAMPBELIi, FBBW & CO. KDITOBS AND FBOPKIETORS. ITCHDAT XOK515G, APRIL 10. Wji have suggested on one or two oc casions that onr "conservative" friends in West Virginia are rot altogether "harmless as doves." It would also seem that they are not as "wisons ser pents," although they may resemble them in some other respects. They have not managed their public meet ings even tolerably well. Indeed they j have been quite unlortunate in the re- [ suits of them. They have been entirely ] too latitudinous in their invitations? j having called upon "Union men with- ! out distinction of party" to attend. For i example they bad a meeting not long j since at Kingwood, at which the hon- i orable Wm. 6. Brown was chief orator.! We learn that after Mr. Brown had j spoken his piece, the people, whose ap- j petite for political pabulum was not * satisfied by his vague generalities,; called out James C. McGrew, Esq., who after repeated calls got up and made a speech of about two hours, ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 April 1866

5rtt ffioods. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS JUST KECEIYED. ? JUST RECEIVED AT J. h. Smith & Co.'s NO. 119 MAIN 8T. We are now opening oar ant Stock of Storing1 Goods, Embracing FANCY SILKS, PLAIN BLACK 8ILKS CREPE REGENLVS, and DRESS GOODS generally. Also, IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS, LINEN SHEETINGS, BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS, MERRIMACK, COCHE CO, and other Print*; CRASHES, DIAPERS, CASSIMERES for Boys wear, BALMORAL SKIRTS, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS, GLOVES, , NARROW RIBBONS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, ETC., ETC. feblS ' (Qiumu'nre. 1866. QUEENS WARE. Win ship, Woods & Co., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN China, Glass and Queensware, | LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, OIL, AC., Ho. S, Main street, WHEELING. Always on band, a Largo Stock of COMMON STONE AND YELLOW WARE AND WINDOW GLASS. Sole Agenta for WEST VIRGINIA fbr Dithridge's Patent XX Flint Glass J Lamp Chimneys. TT7E RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE AT T V tentlonoftbe trade, and purchasers gen erally, to our very large and well assorted stock of goods, of new ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 April 1866

THE#*DAY VVOBKI5G, APRIL 10, Ye8XBb4>at was a bright, sunshiny day, but a little fidol. Thk Idneral of Mr. William Otterson yesterday was attended by a large con course or people. He was beloved by all who knew him. The Rev. Profpwor O. L. Loos, of Betbany College, preached before the congregation of the First Baptist church, in Pittsburgh, on Sunday, to a large and attentive audience. Iif the police court yesterday, Augus tus Migge, whose case was continued till tins morning, was fined $5 and costs for forestalling the market: Patrick Moran, for disorderly conduct, was lined flO and costs. < The champion oarsman, James Hamill, with two friends, has secured passage to Europe, and will leave Pitt** burgh on tbo 1Mb Inst., and leave I?ew York tbo 21st, for tbe grand Interna tional sculling match. Hamill s friends are sanguine of success. Wb call attention to Dr. Bend^'J advertisement. Many of our will remember the Doctor's ^ Those afflicted with oorna should call on him at his r...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 11 April 1866

VOL. XIYi WHEELING, WEST VA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1866. NO. 94. _ Iflcflircl. LIKDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER AND Medical Discovery, For the cure of DImmm Arising: front nti Impure ' SUtt or the Blood. rrl^(,?! ,?\ylON paramount to AI.l, &?'JSj f,n health he twtorwi if Aiid how preserve*! lu a perfect Male? h2?h of untold wealth, without health, is a miserable man; but the poorest peMrat. wiUi toll for his dilly portioSTSSl with brawny arm auil pos PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. irashln* through every \^tn. Is blessed, ln ca.n ?nJ?-v perfect health whilst the 2JH?? on J* ^peded and the blood thick wxtu impurities. To remove these Is not only the aim of LIN1)8EY*S Improved Blood Searcher t?wUoU. J. ^UjUiJDlU AND XKDICAL 1HAOOVERY, but when renovated to keep it so. Thru It is fvS?^1^12 *rcows in the ctcrlmsor BLOOD IJISRASES. numerous certificates fully attest, e recommend it with confidence." rt. E. ^ELLEHS ?jfc CO., Sole Proprietors, Corner of Wood and Second Streets, PITTSBURGH....

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 11 April 1866

SkefuMltgftiwr. CAMPBELL, FREW & CO. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. WCOmDAT MORXlXe, APR1I4 11. Tns passage of the Civil Rights bill through both houses of Ooogran by a two-thirds vote, over fho President's veto, has a meauiug that does not -wholly appear on the mere face of the recorded vote. Therowere among the members some ardent friends of the principles embraced in the bill who be lieved that its details were liable to many if not all of the objections enu merated by the President in his veto. Mr. Bingham from the district opposite ns in Ohio made a speech some time ago, when the bill was on its original passage, in which, in advance of the veto, he pointed out several reasons why, In his judgment, the President would be compelled, in the discharge of his duty, to veto It. Mr. Bingham believed that the provisions of the bill were in the nature of a supercedure of all proper and well defined local au thority, and that as a precedent it was as dangerous an intermixture of Fed eral ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 11 April 1866

5rS (Boodg. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! JUST RECEIVED. JUST RECEIVED 'a(at, J. H. Smith & Co wo. 119 MAIN ST. " Wears now opening onr first Stock of S"oring Groods Embracing FANCY SILKS, PLAIN BLACK 8ILK8 CREPE REGENIA'S, and DRESS GOODS generally. Also, IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS, LINEN SHEETINGS, BLEACHED and BROWN MUBLIN8, MERRIMACK, COCHE CO, and other Prints; CRASHES, DIAPERS, CASS I MERES for Boys wear, BALMORAL SKIRTS, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, edgings, GLOVES, NARR OW RIBBONS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, . ETC., ETC. I CQuttttgwate. 1866. QUEENS WARE Wlnship, Woods & Co., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN China, Glass and Queensware LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, OIL, AC., ITD.S, Main strHt, WHEELING. Always on hud, a Lmrge Stock of COMMON STONE AND YELLOW WARE AND WINDOW GLASS. ?ol? Agenta tor west Virginia for Dithridge's Patent XX Flint Glass Lamp Chimi.Gys. m J E RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE AT tentlonoflhe trade, an*l purchasers gen j, to oar very large and well assorted HOCK of goods, of new and choloe patte...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 11 April 1866

WEDNESDAY JIORXIXtt, APRIL 11* The police court took a. rest yester day morning, only one case being up for fast riding, with a fine of $5 ana casts. . t| ? . ? There was the same jamming and the same confusion yesterday afternoon at market, that we spoke of last Satur day morning. People were loud in their denunciatfofts of the market ar rangements. i. 'v . . .J 2:1x3 Butter still ranges-from 30 to 60&; eggs at 25c.; chickens 40c. apiece, and so on?no material change. . Hannah Watkiss was rwjerdaj- ar rested for stealing good* Itow U* epods store of Simpson * VBtti, (n Monroestreet. Hannatr In store examining pwds?p*nK\i by another young wootan?wbe? *fce was discovered to emtfy *Uy> a pxvv of goods under her shawi. A was summoned, and Hwrnitt ar retted and *til int* d*e S&e will be iriw this exvm^rjcv. Fkdsk-U. OViCKT-?J. J. Jr-. i nrf-A-W ?**? JVam*5 OcBir 1 nt.-c ??? wbnrf,, usnHmH fbt SSiSs^ris 3<^to,a5"l4rXmnim*?* ?? "*'nlfUftniwiii(; nscmpi jwrwas *?* ?WjBumixilv...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1866

VOL. XIV4 NO. 95. , WEST VA.. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1866. &OVL A 1 .PttiilflUf xm man ooalT y p?r: La^DSEy's IMPROVED BLOOD SEAECHEK - Medical Discovery, For the cure of DlMuea Arising from an Impure gr.oo 3>u^ql^^>mw| rnHB QUESTION PARAMOUNT TO ALL The posse>w-or or untold wealth, without health. Ik a rnUerable man; but the poorest ? peasant; with*toil lot his dally portion, pos teased with brawny arm and, PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. pushing through every vein, la blessed, In deed. No one can enjoy perfect health whilst the circulation la Impeded aud the blood thick With Impurities. To remove these Is not only, the aim of LINDSEY'S I9?5f&P?l ^Ipod Searcher iuukudJ to KEEP,IT SO. ,Th*t^l . BiSSarafnnh iir..U8 Certificates fuliy^ We recommend It with confidence. R. ?. SELLERS A CO., | Bout Proprietors, Corner of Wood and Second Streets, PITTSBURGH. -rusTBuO EtaaiUJ/'Xiani liJ JOHNSON'S WHT T I o COMPOUND. No Medicine for the cure of Rhenmatisrti has ever attained to su...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1866

CAMPBELL, PHEW & CO. EDIT01U AND PROPRIETORS. THURSDAY MOKXIXG, APIO. IS. Tub Democratic, or "Conservative" State Convention meets at Clarksburg to-day. Ham Meellnjchi Parkorsbnrg. A great mans meeiing ot Union men is to be held.at. Parkersburg, on Satur day, the 14th inst. It is expected that Gov. Boreman and Gen#1 Harris will be among the speakers. The A4drc?i of the Central Committee We print this morning the address of the State Central Committee of the Union party of W est Virginia. The document is earnest but temperate in tone, and presents comprehensively and forcibly the points of difference be tween the Union party and their adver saries in the present campaign. We commend it, and the considerations it presents to all thoughtful men, of what ever party bias. # The Transfer of State Honda. We publish elsewhere for the infor mation of the Boards of Supervisors and people generally, the act of the Legislature passed at the last session transferring the State's interest in ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1866

?rg <8ooa$. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS 1 JUST RECEIVED. JUST RECEIVED AT J. H. Smith & Co.'s WO. 119 MATKT ST. We are now opening our first Stock of Sr>ring GroodSj Embracing FANCY BILKS, PLAIN BLACK BILKS CRETE REG ENLA'S, andDRESS GOODS generally. Also, IRISH LINEN8, TABLE LINENS, LINEN SHEETINGS, BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS, MERRIMACK, COCHE OO, and other Prints; CRASHES DIAPERS, CASSIMERES for Boy* wear, BALMORAL SKIRTS, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES. EDOINGB, GLOVES, KARB Off RIBBONS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, ETC., ETC- fcblS <3mrttgttmre. 1866. aUEENSWARE Win ship, Woods & Co IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN China, Glass and Qneensware LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, OIL, <JtC., Ho. 8, lain street, VTECKKLINO. Always on hand, a Largs Stock of COMMON' STONE AND YELLOW WARE AND WINDOW GLASS. sole Agents for WEST VIRGINIA for Dithridge's Patent XX Flint Glass Lamp Chimneys. "VVTE RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE AT TT tenUonoftbetrade,andparchaseregen Mally, to our very lalge and well assorted ?tojk of gottds, of ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1866

TUIR.SUAY M()K\I.\(J. APRIL IS. City Buii^dikos.?This building is to receive new steps. The old ones are', now being torn away and will be re placed by stone .steps, with theentrauoe .in front instead, of at either, aide, as now. River News.?Business on the land log continues very dull, and we have nothing unusual to note in river mat-, tore. There was about: fourteen feet water in the'channel yesterday after noon, and falling, Broke Down.?A wagon loaded with dirt broke down on Main street yester day, near the bridge*..precipitating the load into the road; and, in North Wheel ing, the passage-of a. coal cart over a steeet crossing was vetoed by breaking down. These are the only lively scenes we heard of. Police Court.?Owing to the absence of Judge Goode yesterday morning, .the police court was not held until af ternoon. John Anderson?who seems to have done a courtly business yesterday?was brought before the police court for mak ing a raid on George Ros?, as we noticed yesterday morn...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 April 1866

-.etoimOTteatS le-jteuHfc a O PT A I .29oM fj9j3jji)s>s JA VOL. XIV NO. 96. wm wheeling, .ZbOtlrJ IfjS the Vermifuge, the enormous quantity or moardqftixhundred worms u*-rajippff| The that was given up for lost, is now as well "^to^nrt?5SSSSSifflSB&.M.D. _ 29M& at'-'icnui oj ?ocn?.u LOCATED HIMSELF PER ?ato cure Gonorrhoea and Gleet iCh&e days, without interfer or hindrance to buslna^Prlr In from one to Ave days: Befr Oont. W^nralgls and kindred disease*. We recommend it with confidence as the Great Internal Pittsburg, Pa., Proprietors. UXBTOm J Iliw i Li.?sa?SKs.'s IMPROVED BEO0D SBSiRGHEiR AICD Medical, : Difspoyery, \o iimite - iiii ttiih iii For the cure of DImsms Arising: from an Impure B'.ory^s-sggjgyps: .myj TflHE QUESTION PARAMOUNT TO ALL I ottieni Is, How can health be restored If health, Is a miserable man; but the poorest juutfomuiWi v.<? iu PUHE BUOYANT BLOOD. pushing through every vein. Is blessed, ln No one can enjoy perfect health whilst the circulat...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 April 1866

Ek?3?M%Miccr. CAMPBELL, ?BBW 6 CO. zktoss isd raomrrcos. FUBAT ?0*5I5C, APEIL I*. lf?H ?ra?Miaiinrtaf?t?nrt fnma thfc. KonilloiBlugiup employed by the e?atiTath? pre*, tee ud thxoogb- - oat Ihe ?wMUy,<?tirmf. ??<?? ins,Is > made to Cum,! mj* : 21? Sew Tort Worui QKematialiy ?F?h of Con piw as ike "ftiitp CaognH," and of all the Union matat at that body as a Aai that paper tm WWW-1 thereoqgBlaai-new??iaper htadof thfe this eoontxy. Congress is either the Congress of the United Stales or it is ' there waxrr Cnitad This is what the World mas to imply. Ike u/mwe tion at Wrtimnsi nsllia f6*Wi Coo grex* while it lasted, an body is do mora uiea ilug niia taasai that these is no other. The small try ujyycilnsdjoonals in this Stale, lot low fiithfaHy in the WorUTt trade. The leadio? ooe of theo propopoe?as a serioos question wbesther we hare any Congress now ; and speaking of ihe body now setting in the Senate Cham ber at Washington, speaks of it as the - Senate" hy war of- cunregie...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 April 1866

gnj ?oofls. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! JUST RECEIVED. v., r>v.y.\v> ? ? ? - ? JUST RECEIVED AT J. H. Smith & Co.'s NO. 119 MATT? ST. Weartiiowopetrfbg our first Stock of Soring OoocLs,| n g FANCY BILKS, PLAIN BLACK BILKS | CREPE REG ENIA *8, and DRESS GOODS % generally. Also, IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS, LINEN J SHEETINGS, BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS, MERRIMACK, COCHE CO, and other Prints; CRASHES, DIAPERS, CASSI MERES for Boys wear, BALMORAL SKIRTS, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, % '.t E DOINGS, . / . GLOVES, N ARR OW RIBBONS, DRES8 TRIMMINGS, I ETC., ETC. feblS (tjuffttsumre. 1S06. QUEENS WARE. Ii ; ? ? ? Winship, Woods & Co., , IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN China, Glass and Queensware, I LAMPS, chimneys, OIL, AC., v? -ir?s No. *, Haln ? treat, WSEELXNO. Alwaja on hand, a Laige Stock of COMMON STONE AND YELLOW WAKE AND WINDOW GLASS. Sol* Agents tor WEST VIRGINIA for Lit' 1 -? ? ?> - Dithridge's Patent XX Flint Glass | Lamp Chimneys. TirE RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE AT YY tentlon of the t...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 April 1866

Btrwrn were Jilled Nrfilj peoplk "rr ? much like some gay WW feauve hoii- ? day- - - Bus Awat.?On Wednesday, while ? wm 1 became frishtened. aud ita ***5- ^r'l Maves' irwaodooe child were in theH bnggr, wbo ?were thrown rot, near the ? residence of Mrs. Herw. on the >?? tionil road, and 'were slightly injured-? The-bugjyro ^ya^eO-W^f^e^ - T ? 'were disposed of in the police court yes- ? leAn5i^rTFiSSng, *>r disorderly cod-I duet, was fined $ 15 and costs. Thomas Loffman, for disorderly con-B duel, was Aped?? ^ foT| William LolCinan -was arraigned lorm the same offense, bat was dismissed for ? xrant of sufficient evidence to conyici-| Hannah Watkins was admitted to| bail in $100 till the May term of the| Circuit Court. Ssxxes.?R- Semmes, nniversallyl known as the "Pirate Semmw, came| upon the Baltimore and Ohio Koad.| Wednesday night, from CumberUmlJ where be Las been visiting a brother.! He has been in connnement at the Old! Capitol Prison, at Washington, fori about six months...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1866

NO. 97. a C VL A 1 .SlffiilHjntP WHEELING, WEST VA., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1866. pefliral. ;i:.xiT.i'l I '11 :i ? / ? .1 i ^ IjIISTOSEY's IMPROVED bloOB searcher .BOOWI s'-t?- JUto'--'! "" '!'J '? Medical Discovery, For the cure of Ou?a?e? Arl.lnic from an Impure Stale of the Blood. Immediate to live days; Seo s weeks. Noctur mJ&S??8Ki , treated wlthun # fei*au tw -A'-**'' raw W>? ,cg. health, la a miserable man; but the poorest i peasant, with toll for his dglly portion, pos PUHE ?&TJQYlAJStT BLOOD. pushing throngli' ovtVy "Vein,' la blessed, in? No one can ex\Joy perfect health whilst the circulation Is Impeded and the blood thlclc With Impurities. " . . , To remove these M not only the aim of LINDSEY'S Improved Blood Searcher AND BWtWHSi'S WIM0TIS?*. but when renovated to kekptiso. jrantttls We recommend it with confidence. * Sole Pbopbtetobs, Corner of Wood and Second Streets, PITTSBURGH. JOHNSON'S ?B H E U MUA5T I O No Medicine for the core of Rhenmattan >&g...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1866

UbtSntAligeurir. CAMPBELL, FREW & CO. EDITORS A2CX> PROPRIETORS. HATITEDAT XORSISG, JLPJUUL 14. ' Vnioxa Toters or Wkcdlaf, Have' yoa been registered? If not, why not go to the registrar's office this morning, as yoa go to .your places of business, and have your names enroll ed. Remember that the officers of elec tion cannot permit any one to vote whose name Is not registered. Ton ap prove of the purpose of the law. It wa? made for your protection?to keep persons who engaged in the rebellion from nentralxing your ballot at the polls. Will yoa not then incur the very small inconvenience required to carry out the law? If Union men axe not registered they will be worse off than if the law had not passed; for they will then be unable to vote while every rebel sympathiser who can ehoak. down the oath will be registered and at the polls. Dont neglect so important a matter. Be registered to-day. The present is the only time we can call oar own. Yoa may be called away, or prevented b...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1866

fjrg dSttoSs. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! JUST RECEIVED. JUST RECEIVED AT J. H. Smith & Co.'s NO. 119 MAIN ST. Waai* now opening our first Stock of S-ori'ng GroocLs, Embracing FANCY BILKS, PLAIN BLACK BILKS | CREPE REG enia *8, andDRESS GOODS generally. Also, IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS, LINEN I SHEETINGS, BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS, MERRIMACK, COCHE CO, and other Prints; CRASHES, DIAPERS, CASSIMERE8 for Boy* wear, BALMORAL SKIRTS, HOSIERY, PM RRnmRRITO, EDGINGS. GLOVES, NARROW RIBBONS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, | ETC., ETC. febl8 ajuetnsurare. 1866. QUEENSWARE.I Winship, Woods & Co.,, IMPORTERS .'AND DEALERS IN China, Glass and Qneensware, | LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, OIL, AC., If?.?, Mala itaat, WHEELXNQ. . Always on hand, a Large Stock of COMMON STONE AND YELLOW-1 WABE AND WINDOW GLASS. ?ola Agents lbr WEST VIRGINIA for Dithridgo'fl Patent XX Flint Olosa I Lamp Chimneys. "TTTERESPECT'FULLY INVITE THE AT YY tention of the trade, and purchasers gen erally, to our very large and well assorted ?took o...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
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