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JOHN T. LAE3N & CO.
FALL & WINTER
Stock of Goods
FOR MEN'S WEAR.
OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE, CON
slstlng of the following Goods:
BEAVERS & OYlRCOATMSl
Of the following rank en.
CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES.
Shirts of the Best Hake & Quality.
Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk
Under Shirts and Drawers.
Linen and Silk Handkerchief^.
Gloves of every Description,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN.
Cotton & Jfferino Half Hose.
Gall and examine our Stock before purchas
JOUX T. LAKIN A CO.,
^No. 2? Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va,
Thcmlp.thomas. Henry Sturgeon.
THE undersigned HAVING PFR
chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mes
sera Win. B. Senseney A Co., beg leave to in
form the customers of the store nnd the pub
ic generally, that they Intend to carry on the
business at the same place and on tuo Rame
principles of Fair Dealing and Truthfulness,
as it was by the former proprietors.
THOMAS, STURGEON A CO.
We have Just opened a large stock of "
NEW AND desirable.
Comprising many rich
resa Silks, Merinos, Repp*, All Wool De
Lalns, Black and Colored Alpacas,
Thibet Cloths, Poplins, Ginghams,
De Lalns, Prints, Ac., Ac.
lso, Clonks and Cloaking Cloths, All Wool
Shawls, Long and Square, Small Wool
Shawls, Blnck Shawls, Ac., Ac.
rown and Bleached Muslins, 5-4 and 10-4
Cotton Sheeti^KB, Linen Table Cloths,
Table Damasks, Napkins. Towels,
Wool Blankets, Ac., Ac.
We have a large stock of Kid, Silk and Meri
Ladies Silk, Merino and Cotton Hose,
mbroidered Collars, Inset-tings, Hoop Skirts,
Brunei*' Balmoral Skirts, French
Corsets, best make.
Flannels and Casslmers for Boy's wear, Ac.
rgest lot of FURS In the city Just opened
Ladies are especially Invited to c&U and
ook over our Stock of Goods.
THONAN, NTl'RGEOX dc CO.,
W. B. senseney A CO.
Home Insurance Company,
Of Columbus, Ohio.
CAPITAL, - - - 8300,000.
Hon. S. GALLOWAY, President,
LEWIS CASS. Vice President,
D. B. HUBBARD, Secretary,
ALEX. H. HANLKY, General Agent,
W. A. I1ANLEY, ) A_,, Aamntu
E. P. HUBBARD. ( 1 ?en 1 AK?ntli?
T. B. PARKER, Ass't GenT Agent, of West
J. W. PARKER, 8peclal Agent.
RKFFERXXCE8 OF OHIO.
(Referred to by Special Permission.)
Col. Geo. W. Mannypeuny, Editor of the
Hon. Wm. Lang, StateSenator, Ohio.
Judge Lawrence, Member of Congress, Belle
Hon. Wm. H. West, 8tate Senator, Bellefon
Hon. David Todd, Ex-Governor of Ohio.
Hon. Charles Anderson, Governor of Ohio. .
Hon. Wm. Armstrong, Secretary oT state. I
Hon. C. Delano, State Senator. ML Vernon.
Hon. Ovlat Cole, Ex-Auditor of State.
REFFKRKNCES OF WEST VIRGINIA.
(Referred to by Special Permission.)
J. M. McWhoiter, Auditor of State.
Thos. Horn brook. Surveyor of Customs.
L. Baker AO. B. Long, Edit ore of the Wheel- 1
Granville D. Hall, Secretary of State.
Hon. Daniel Peck, Slate Senator.
A. J. Sweeney, Mayor of City of Wheeling.
Campbell A McDermot,
E. P. HFBBARD. Agent.
WOfflce, Main street, Horn brook's Block,
Second floor. ? uovlS-tf
THE copartnership EXISTING BE
tween Henry Zlmtnermann, John Halm '
and Joseph Seybold. under the firm name of!
Zimmermann, Halm A Seybold. wasdissolved
on the 1st day of November, 1865, by mutual
consent. Those having claims asalnst the
late Arm will present the same for settlement,
and those Indebted are requested to make lm- ,
mediate payment to Joseph Seybold, at the i
Sheriffs offloe, in the city of Wheeling.
noylB-IW* JOSEPH SEYBOLD. \
National Saving's Bank of Wheeling.
CAPITAL. ... HIOO.OOO.
Money received on deposit.
Interest paid on Special Deposits. Notes
Bills discounted. Exchange bought and
sold. Collections made on all points and pro
ceeds promptly remitted.
ThomAH H. Lint, Auguto. Pollack,
Robert Gltwoii, R. A. M'Cabe,
J. C. Thomas, T. M. Dodson.
J. L. SUfel.
THOS. H. LIST, PmMenU
8. P. HlLDRETH.CMhlw. HQV21
"Vf ESSRS. SHULTZ A TRUSCHELL have
1>JL removed their Confectionary and Candy
Manufactory to their new building, on Mar
ket street, a few doors below the old stand,
where they will keep constantly on hand a
large assortment of
Foreign l*rnlU,Xiits,8afsrToys, Fine
.and Common Candles, etc.
The attention of Country Merchants and
Retail dealers is respectfully Invited to our
large and well selected stock.
SHULTZ A TRUSCHELL,
Market street, a ltew doors below the McLure
j Second Fall Stock!!
J. T. SCOTT & CO,
In.it. Attention u Their Hm
? l?n Stock of
Solid Silver Ware.
Fine Sliver Plated Ware,
WATCH & CLOCK MATERIALS,
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c.,
WHOLI8U.ll Ajm retail
*Tt>rdera from dealers and the trade will
reoelve careful and prompt attention.
jr. T. SCOTT ?* CO.
SCOTT & HENNEGEN,
No. 31 Fifth Street, Pitslmrgh, Pa,
13*PORTERS AND JOBBKBS OW
Watches, Jewelry, Clocks,
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Watch and Clock Materials, Tools, Ac.
M. C. Leech & Co.,
Abner Kky John L. Rick.
No. 113 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA
Wholesale and Retail
Constantly on hand, a large and select assort
Made Equal to Custom Work.
Ac., A?., Ac.
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
Selected expressly for
And will be receiving daily new additions
from the East to onr well-selected stock.
I TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
my friend* and former patrons that 1 have
taken chance of the Cnttlng and Manufac
turing Department of Mem. M. C. LEECH
?Jfc CO., 113 Main street. Wheeling, W. Va,,
where they intend to keep a flrst-claas Mer
' e Establishment and Gentle
mg Store, where I would be
where they intend to keep a -
chant Tailoring Establishme:
men's Furnishing Store, whi
pleaded to see any of my Mends and former
Birons. Any order*left with ma or -the es
bllshment shall receive my prompt atten
tion, and entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
we will not ask the party to take the goods
after being mad*.
Very respectfully foots,
, ? C^H. wheeler,
i Formerly of the Arm of Wheeler A Lakin.
OCKTNG'8 UNRIVALLED BAKING
"QRAGGW ARCTIC LINIMENT. ONE OF
D the best external application extant for
^ ?_v y-/TTifm. TTmliM. ftn
Sold at E. HOCKING'S (MdFtUovTBsIl
lmig Store. nov!7
ITsde supplied at proprietors prices, novlT
m ??*??"?* vki.vet HAfiatr^?
just received. H. C. HARBOUR.
1865 ^ 1865
Thomas e. Beans. H. Gcggenheimer
Fall &Winter Goods
Nos. 13 and 15
Cor. Main & Monroe Sts.,
WHEELING, W. VA. |
WHTTNEYS, Ac., Ac., for
Plain and Fancy Casaimerea for
Panta and Vest8.
VELVET, SJILK and
Some Bich & Handsome Patterns.
ST URS BURGS,
HILGERS, Ac., Ac.
Black Cloths and Doe Skins,
In ftirnlshlng goods we have everything that
la new ana desirable. Cravats, Scarfs,
Ties, and Butterflys, Silk and Lin
en handkerchiefs, White and
Woolen Shirts- Beat;
quality and make.;
Undershirts & Drawers I
OP EVERY GRADE.
HALF HOSEiOF ALL KINDS & GRADES, j
Onr Stock of Clothing is larger and better
assorted than many Eastern houses.
We also keep a line of Wooolen Shirts, Knit I
Under Shirts and Drawers, and Knit Jack
ets, which we Job low to the trade.
Merchant Tailors and Country Merchants I
will find in onr boose, at all times a full stock
of goods, Examine our stock before pur
Nos. 13 nnd in
sep!7-d<tw Corner Main and Monroe Sts. |
The fine steamer EMMA GRA
HAM, Capt. Stull, will leave as
.above to-night at midnight.?
? t received and bills lading signed at the
wharf boat, until four o'clock p. in., by
BOOTH, BATTELLE <? CO.,
The fine light draught steamer I
REVENUE, Captain Kusnell, will
leave as above, Friday the 24th,
at o o'clock p. m.
For freight orwwaco apply on board or to
BOOTH, BATTELLE ?fc CO., |
Kepilsr Packet fop Cincinnati.
gm-m ^ Tlie new and elegant passenger
steamer EDINBUlKi, Capt. J. I..
riBpEBBaThompson, will run as a regular
packet between Wheeling and Cincinnati,
leaving the former place on Friday after
noon at 4 o'clock. Returning, will leave Cin
cinnati . Monday at 4 o'clock. For freight or
passage apply on board or to
novlS , J. MANNER A CO., Agts.
Regular Pittsburg anil. Parkersl?urcr
f wmrWrMoorpr Master, leaves Wheeling
ripBBBlBacvery Monday ?1 "" *
o'clock pan. ~
- ^rrr, .... .. . . .
For freight or passage apply on board or to
oc23 J. MANNER A CO., Agents. 1
Begnlsr Pittsburgh, Wheeling and |
The New and Elegant Passenger I
.Steamer FOREST CITY. Captain
iJohn Gordon, A. R. Bunting ClTc,1
Jttaburgh for Parkersburg every
Wednesday and Saturday at 12 M.: leaves
Wheeling for Parkersburg every Wednesday .
and Saturday at 12 P. M.; leaves Parkersburg
for Pittsburgh <
at 2 P. " '
every Tuesday and Friday at ,
Freight received for Pittsburgh every Mon
day and Thursday at the Wharf Boat until 5
P. M.. by BOOTH, BATTELLE A CO..
R. H. LEE, M.D.,
Physician, Snrpon & Accoiictieiir, I
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
No. OS Car. Hill Alley and Slain St.,
CENTRE WHEELING, 1i
Where he may be found at all times unless |
Dr. Dee Is a graduate of one of the leading,
medical colleges of Cincinnati, Ohio, and has
been actively engaged In the practice of med
icine and surgery for more than fourteen
years, (thelast twoyearsof which has been in
Wheelng,)and he feels confident that from the
knowledge which he has acquired or his pro
fession during so long and varied a practice,
that he will be able to satisfy all who may fa
vor him with their patronage. Dr. L^e, in ad
dition to his regular practice, will devote a
part of each day to the treatment of Chronic
Disease**. Dr. Lee Is now prepared with all
the necessary apparatus for the scientific
medical application of electricity as an auxil
iary In the treatment of many dl^eases/both
acute and chronic, to which he would invite
the especial attention of the afflicted. Dr.
Lee has given much time and attention to the
study and practice of Operative Optlialmlc
Surgery, and he Is now prepared to perform
all the various operations on the Eye, as well
as to treat all the different diseases of the
same, In strict accordance with the latest and
most approved scientific methods of the pres
ent time. ?
Dr. Lee cures Cancers, Rheumatism, Neu-<
ralgla and diseases of the Eye, Ear, Liver
OomplainuNervous Debility,Fever and Ague,
and all of the various and painful diseases
which women are subject to.
Any person wishing to consult the Doctor
privately or for any private disease, can do so
either personally or by letter, confidentially
relying upon his honor to preserve their secret
Inviolate, and his ability to cure them.
Dr. Lee cures all the different forms of Olub
Foot, by an operation which Is attended with
no danger, and with but little pain.
Private diseases speedily and permanently
cured. Treatment?new, safe and reliable. .
Dr. Lee will give two hours every Wednes
day and Saturday afternoons to the treatment
of those who are unable to pay.
Reference.?Prof. John M. 8cudder, Cin
cinnati, Ohio; Prof. Z. Freeman, tnnclnnatt,
Ohio; Prof. Edwin Freeman, CiiicinnaU,Ohio;
Dr. Robt. 8. Newton, N. Y. City.
Besides numerous testimonials from persons
who have been cured by me, and my Dlplo
mas can be seen In my office. octiS
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
TIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE MADE AR
rangements to have on hand a complete
amortment or Landreth's Garden Seeds to sup
ply the Spring trade. We are also authorised
to receive orders from Market Gardeners and
furnish the bill direct from Landreth ?fc Son.
All who may favor us with their patronage
may depend upon getting a genuine article at
the grower1* prices. Orders will be filled in
rotation as received. As some of the varieties
are scarce, we would nrge upon all the im
portance of sending In their orders early.
GORRELL ic CO.,
28 Cor. of Market and Qulncy Sts.
WHEATON^ HOT OINTMENT. 80LD
at E. BOOKING'S Odd fellow's Hall
r Cured Whey J
_ __T Fellow Hall
ALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
nov2S No 1, Odd Fellow Halt
Claaktng Clotfes atfSOO.
PIECES ALL WOOL BLACK FRENCH
CSoth at|8 00 only. J 8. RHODES.
NO HOME IS COMPLETE
Without a Sewing Machine.
WHEELER & WILSON'S MACHINES
'?ld "them 0P??u?n In West Virginia,
J,",!? butwhatglves the
wheeler & wilson's
Arp universally acknowledged to be the
cheapest, simplest a best
FOR FAMILY USE.
Thickest cloth manu-facturkd,
nnd the Onest Muslin or lawn. Tliey will
Hem. * ell,Qull?,a?u.er.Tuefe, Cord.
W"" the ?SSjSSJ&.SM make
WAEEANTED THBEE TEABS
By a responsible Company, brought to the
house of the purchaser, instructions given
in Its use, without extra charge, and '
satisfaction guaranteed. It is no ex
periment to buy, and there Is
no investment which pays
a better lntere-tor brings
more comfort, health,
happiness and relief to the household.
Clrcuiarandi^jecirnens ?r """> <?r1
?. SUMITEB St CO.,
No. 99 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
BOOTS & SHOES
P 122T?5i?^ BONS ANNOUNCE* TO
t-haje in Baltli
135 Main street
thfm a ?iU believing they <?n ??n them* 1
A Rare Chance for Investment
A5rD fifty acres OF
FftrSi 8 kn?wnaH the Cox
wfvi'rSnS^ m EUenb?ro\ HitchleCo^
hJuotfe V.rS/n/^1 the B"*1 oil
8TEIN BRO'S** i
Cor. Main an^Monroe street^ ? |
?? - - ""lil " ? ' ?.
The National Saving's Bank
of w Heeling,
? R. P. Ml L.DRFTET. Chthle*
WK RtTUHN OTO THANKB TO TH*
! bestowed on him whnVV^?J.,JX.,ronT
at tlie Sid ???. nStub i.ti??';1'"'
wo hope by strict attention to^lSln^'to
S on hhStonanoe <*h?ow
olherCnmn' fU" ng"ru?'>"1 &JX
NEW YORK PIANO FORTES.
XAKUPAOITRKB O? '
new ROALE FIB8T-CLAKS
PIANO - FORTES,
Factory, 122, 124 & 126 East 22d St,
his manufactory tocilltii^^mn^S
ooe?>rw,,rd t? turn put35 pfiSS
?tr- Every Instrument fully
???"-!?& BeUt" ^ 7U Broadway
%nUro b>' 'he flm of April. 1
^m^oer^ inducement m^rch^
New York and Wheeling.
100 YORK MADE
chMp?60?1 woa1' >*?ver cloths, for sale
.?Irf'lS.lle5nlpi<V,d ?1*st claw cloak maker
any kind of cloaks to order.'
noTi ? J. 8. RHODES I
P. C. HHiDRETH & bho.,
__ ?/ . Platform Scales. '
U ^ BoCklaftO?
LATEST MISSISSIPPI NEWS.
MURDER AND ROBBERY.
MesBage of Got. Parsons.
The Alabama Legislature.
New York, Nov. 24.?The World's
Washington dispatch says: Twelve
hundred and fifty men have been mus
tered out of the veteran reserve corps,
leaving only one hundred enlisted men
lu that department. Two hundred offi
cers are trying to hold on to their com
missions until Congress authorizes a
continuance of the corps.
General Carl Schurz, in his report to
the President, stated his belief, ir negro
suffrage bo enforced at the South at
Eresent it would require a largo stand
The forthcoming report of the Com
missioner of Internal Revenue will
recommend the propriety of abolishing
revenue stamps and all other stamps,
except thoso used for legal documents.
The testimony in the case of Captain
Pettit was concluded yesterday.
The report of the commissary genor
al of prisoners is nearly concluded and
contains a vast amount of matter rela
tive to the number of prisoners takon
by each side during tho war.
The Auditor of the Treasury has issu
ed a circular requiring Southern Post
masters to pay up all balances due the
government at the breaking out of the
war. Twelvo thousand dollars was re
cently received from the Postoffice at
Secretary Stanton has determined not
to published tho list of officers to be
mustered out till after Congress meets.
The Tribune's Washington special
says Paymaster Board man, of New
Hampshire, sent out to tho Stonewall,
died with yellow; fever at Havana.
Several reconstructed rebels filed
claims at the Treasury Department for
balance due before their participation
Application was made at tho Navy
Department yesterday for the appoint
ment of a young Virginia secessionist
Tho Times special saj^B the number of
applications for pardon on file is about
20,000. The numbor granted does not
exceed 8,000; none are now being
But few members of Congress have
as yet arrived.
Hon. Schuyler Colfax has consented
to deliver a lecture beforo tho Press
Club of Philadelphia next Monday
evening. Subject, "Across the Conti
The Herald's Washington dispatch
Gen. Grant's report of military oper
ations since his appointment as Lieu
tenant General, will probably accom
pany the report of tho Secretary of War,
and bo published with that document.
The feeling against England in Wash
ington for allowing the officers and
crew of tho Shenandoah to escape, is
one of undisguised disgust and hostili
ty. All agree that they must bo given
up to our authorities under tho extradi
tion treaty. No doubt is entertained of
our ability to prove from her log book
that she took many prizes after being
informed .of tho close of. tho war.
The interior of tho capitol is com
pletely and olaboratelypreparcd for the
approaching session. The desks for the
Southern members have been replaced.
Contracting Surgeon Mary Walker,
having failed to receive a Major's com
mission in the United States army, the
President directed that shobe presented
with the usual medal for meritorious
and faithful service. Her friends will
ask Congress for a more intrinsic testi
It is stated that all tho executive and
miscellaneous documents of the thirty
seventh and thirty-eighth Congress have
The military commission said to be
ordered for the investigation and en
listment of. Prussian subjects by tho
State of Massachusetts during the war.
has power to sit in Washington and
Boston to accommodate tho Prussian
minister and Massachusetts' officials
respectively. It is understood that the
Prussian Government has demanded
an explanation from the United States,
and the former expect to establish the
fact of fraud and compulsion practiced
by emigrant commissioners, Major
General Hitchcock, Mat. Smith and
A Times Washington despatch says:
The Second Comptroller of the Treas
ury, has made the following decisions:
Officers discharged, to take effect from
a particular anterior date, who do not
receive notice of their discharge until
some time afterward, and who In tho
meantime continue on Hntw ???*"? ?
uuir? nu. Aua or 1804, relating to resigned
officers, dnd are entitled to pay to the
date on which,such discharge or notice
was received. An officer holding a
commission on the 3d of March, 1805,
and continuing In the military service
of the United States, until August 15th,
1865, was rendered supernumerary by
the consolidation of his own regiment
with another: and in consequence dis
charged, 'held that as be was hot dis
charged from the service nnder any or
ders of the War Department, for the re
duction of the army, he is, not entitled
to the three month pay proper, provided
by the ?ct of Congress, March 3d, 1865,
inasmuch as he has not served to the
close of the war within the meaning of
A Tribune's special says:
Reconstructed rebels In Washington,
do not disguiso their fears that the bad
faith of many of their pardoned breth
ren in the South, will seriously affect
their political aspirations and interests,
inoluuing the loss of executive confi
dence, which they admit they derived on
Mr. Thomas Conway, late Assistant
Com mission or of ChoFreedmen's Bureau
of Louisiana, has been tendered by Gen.
Howard, Superintendents of all the
Freed men's Schools in Tennessee and
Sew York Item*.
New York, Nov. 23.?Hon. O. Guern
sey, of Missouri, one of the Commis
sioners sent to treat with the Indians of
the northwest, says that the negotia
tions have been so satisfactory that he
thinks a Commissioner sent out early
next session, so as to have ample time
i to go higher up the river and see the
Indian's or the upper northwest c6un
i try, will succeed in establishing a geu
j oral peace throughout that country.
' The wool dealers and brokers of this
1 city propose to have daily meetings to
couslder their interest.
The decision of the Court of Appenls
in the suit of the corporation or New
York against the 3d Avenue Railroad
company, for license fees and penalties,
the company having refused to pay tho
sum of $50 ayear imposed by the city
> ordinance as a license for each car run,
or to pay the penalty of $50 for each
case of refusal, is in effect that the city
having made a special agreement with j
the nd Avenue, tey which the company
was authorized and compelled to run I
cars over its route in sufficient num- j
bera to accommodate the public, had ,
now no right to require any license to j
betaken, other than the company was j
compelled by agreement to obtain.
New York, Nov. 23.?The Herald
says the cotton market is dull, holders
refusing to sell at the decline; quota
tions range from 40 to 48M- Stock,
The coast survey steamer Bibb is at
Savannah, making a thorough explora
tion of the obstructions placed in the
harbor by the rebels during the war.
Mnch gratification is expressed by
citizens of Savannah at the establish
ment of a line of steamers between that
port and Boston.
Halifax, Nov. 23.?In the case at the
ship Hero murder, the cook of the ves
sel was to-day sentenced to be hung,
and the sentence of the mate deferred.
? ashinoton, Nov. 23 In ?,n?,
-o tlie late Minister Dayton * the ?$ecru^
tary of State said lie might i.otlnu^mt
erly improve the occasion by remark
jPS that the executive government of
this country had nMnmn inthSSrJL
and its views and gSuluUms in riJ^i
trance and to all other eountrioe^cim
be known always by the langu^e of
communication was sent to SffnistaS
E& Mr. Seward wrotoVhim^
nr'f11'8i?t^F??Dt made to you by M
?<ror'? ?0,L7?uy? concerning the Km!
^ror s intentions are sutisfactorv if
and in what pnbU^ ttflS
department "There i's" no^X^of
his removal from that positim?^
for ulieged false iiiiihIo^? i. p,riKonod
to rank m',,1 pnyby'l'^
counsel, 3? S. Matthew^ Brinkwilh'?
were delivered on both Hides The
Sbuut? n'o"cloJkUMr w"- n"^ n'B"
a well known nlMw.n
ESS?, when he was attacked bv fonr
highwayman who dragged liim hits* Hi?
buslies by the road SBtSd robh%and
injurod him so desperately that W? ?2
ploy of the government? " tho
Murdered and Robbed.
s&K, A ?5^S
H? was proprietor of a theatro EHl?:
\anua, and uad come to thlnolic- r-< Vi.
purpose or purchasing miSlrineS fti*
The supposed murderer IsJoBoGoiir.JiIe*?
represented to bo about 30 vraraJS?1
live feet eight ,Wch? highf d?7k com'
ploxiou, black hair and thin black mus
tache. Ho had dined with him in thn
afternoon and know that ho had m?n?~
upon his person, and left the hotel in
?S2?8any With his vietiin/ ko mU "
dered man was horriblv mniiS
g^anda rijSSf e" *1?"'
From San Francisco.
SAN FnANCISC0.-lf0V. 23.?A Bfnrn. ?r
. ri^es?f4nemw8ksSUo?So 5lS& g?
rive?Klsnfli^^,.0ramenU> "ni1 F?"?>r
The lower portion of Marvsvilln lu
was washed any tliln mora I ng" Mm
ing a warehouse tilled with grafn^?5?
ng damage to the amount of 8100 000
There is no sign of the stoTO abSjnff0
From !Vew Orleans.
arrived re?imont. Col. Ward, has
ff fflnTh ? 18th* ISS
abled, anS towod??B tot?"'?*"
Among the passengers on the Nevada
Shrytar""' L?WO and faniiJy. of
U? 'th^rS^,11!?? haa '"forma
iion tnat a riot took place auiontr th?
IwFSS D0tr Marianna, Wwt Florida
A ? burning ? co'tton gin bo" ^
to keep^o^er. reBUl?ra WOre Mnl tbe">
Tnntlnl H ?? doubt of tho election of
Jenkins as Governor of Georgia.
The Alabama I*arl?i?t?are.
> ew Orleans, Nov. 22.?Both FTnnnM
SliS! Alabama Legislature have orga
onfcr message Will bo read
u^nbViifSD rring eertain civil rights
dK whSbTni ^RRod >thn House to
(hnrth t?Si iS" substitute for the
,5><MHlmcn are allowed
nn^S tn iif bring witnesses when a
party to the record, but not in cases ex
cUuIvely between white men^^I
18U,?T'o?h!.ny)hrfTi telegraphed, on the
were unable to cont?oUhem.e
SfMMirc or Gov. Parsons.
Mobile, Ala., Nov. 23.?A gneolnl
and the passaee of lawn nw??S.?i -?*yt
persons and pfo^rty" f SSiTX'
Cr of the county of
into one municipality in
at present, under the
d^w ,h . ?l?tinct authorities. Tbev
^r?'!,ut't '".eminently proper that
the board of trade representing so large
Sof 'be property and tradeof
this district, should take the lead in
? .moven,ent in order to procure an
efflcient and barmonious nian?iDJl
The Hon. Thnddeas Stevens in
vmla.ng recent ^ngreneional arri
A Complaint from France.
Kkw York, JSdv. 23.?'The statement
made oil tbo 10th hist., that the French
government had complained to the
custom authorities against live steam
ers and sundry persons, tho former as
destined to transport arms, ?Stc. to
Mexico, is substantially correct; an
abstract from a letter from an official,
stating that u clearance was required of
a steamer until she was.examined by
Collector King, tho collector giving as a
reason for this course that he had re
ceived protests against several vessels
in port said to bo preparing for illicit
purpose* ugainst Kronen or British com
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 23?At an auction
sale to-day of army and hospital stores,
consisting of condensed inllk, eggH,
beef, blankets, ?fcc., the net receipts
amounted to a quarter of a million of
New Orleans advices state that Major
General Herron has resigned his posi
tion in tho army and entered into com
mission business in that city. |
Cozzen's coal oil refinery on Long.
Island, is reported to have been destroy
ed by tire this morning.
Arrival of Cotton. I
New York, Nov. 23.?Tlio steamer
Western Metropolis, from Apalachico
la on the loth inst., brings 3,000 bales of
cotton. Tho total shipment of cotton
from that port for this season will reach
80,000 bales, some tifly thousand bales
of which have yet to be shipped. Some
twenty vessels were loading.
Tho steamer Norwich bad sailed for
New Orleans for repairs, and the steam
er Young had beon ashore on the bar
New York, Nov. 23.?It has been ru
mored that Chilian agents were pur- j
chasing large quantities of arms and
material of war; also that a certain
vessel was iitiing out as a privateer.
Tho Chilian government does not pro
pose at present to lit out privateers, or
even issue letters of marque. No per
sons are authorized to purchase arm* or
war material here.
New York, Nov. 23.?In addition to
tho reward ottered by the custom house
officials for tho recovery of the remains
of Preston King, an additional reward
of ?500, in behalf of the.friends and re
latives of the deceased, is offered by
Simon Smith and S. S. Bridges.
I'llir. a deli* hi a, November 23.?lion.
Schuyler Colfax will delivor a lecture
before the Tress Club this evening, at
the Academy of Music, and not next
Monday ovening as heretofore stated.
His subject is ''Across tho Continent
and the duties of the next Congress."
New Bedford, "Nov. 23.?Sperm oil !
sold to-day for export at ?2 40 per gal- i
Ion. Sales of 250 barrels for manfacture
at $5 42, l>eing tho highest price over
reached. There is a good demand but
the stock being limited holders are
tirm at $246 per gallon. Snles of 400
barrels northern whale oil at ?1 65 per
New York, Nov. 23.?In response to
the denial by F. O. J. Smith of the
statement of the Portland organs that
Prof. Morso had received a heavy judg
ment against Smith, tho Professor
says technically there has been no;
judgment, but a verdict has been given ,
agaiiist Smith in my favor for f10,002.
Fire in Richmond.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 23.?Brickford j
& Co.'s auction house, on Broad street, !
near the theatre, ana several adjacent.
houses were destroyed by tire to-night. [
St. Louis, Nov. 23.?The steamer Deer
Lodge, hence for Omaha, with a valua
ble cargo, sunk 12 miles blow St. Jo
seph on Monday, supposed to be a total
loss. Tho boat was valued at $00,000.
Insured for $40,000.
New York, Nov. 23.?A Commer
cial's Washington despatch says:
The President expressed, this morn
ing his intention to restore the privi-I
leges of the writ of habeas" corpus at 1
the earliest possible time, and to do |
away with the secret detectivo service.;
New Orleans, Nov. 22d.?Cotton, de
gressed; sales 1800 bales; middlings at
2a54. Sugar, dull at 16%nl8c.
Tho Legislature meets to-morrow.
Fortress Monroe. Nov. 23.?It is re
ported that a steamer lies wrecked ten
miles north of Cape Hatteras on tho
beach, supposed to no the Jacob Bell.
New York Bnrket.
New York, Nov. 23.
Ashes?Quiet. Cotton ? Firm but
scarcely so active; sales 2500 bales at 52
@53c for middlings. Flour?6@10c
better for sound extra state, while pret
ty much all other kinds are dull and
drooping; $8 30@8 45 for extra state;
8 50@8 00 for choioe do.; 7 75@8 10 for
super western; 8 30<?,8 75 for common
to medium extra'western; 9 00@9 15 for
common to good shipping brands and
extra R. H; O., and 9 20@11 80 for trade
brands, market closing quiet. Whisky
?Dull and declining, at 2 35(5/2 30.
Wheat ?Very dull and nominally
lower; No. Chicago spring at 1 82. Rye
?Quiet and heavy. Barley?Dull and
drooping; state 1 10. Barley Malt?
Quiet. Corn?Opened a shade firmer
but closed quiet; 02@95c for unsound;
M@V7lA for sound mixed western, lat
ter prico for high mixed, nearly yellow.
Oath?Firmer at 49@56c for unsound
and 62@66 for sound, latter price for
choice. Coffee?Quiet. Sugar?Steady;
13%al4}? for Cuba Muscovado. Mo
lasseh-t Quiet. Petroleum ? Steady
at 40<&41 lor crude, 04(5,00 for rellued in
bond. Wool?Quiet. Pork?Unset
tled and lower; *30 50^31 37% for mess,
closing at 30 02% regular way, and
27 00@27 25 for prime niess; also 1250
bbls mess, seller's option, for all the
year, at 30 75. and 1500 bbls new mess
for Dec. and Jan., seller's option, 31 50.
Beef?Quiet and heavy; $11@14 for
plain mess and 14<g>17 for extra mess.
Beef Hams?Steady at41 00a41 50. Cut
Meats?Quiet and heavy, at 14%(&16
for shoulders and 19(&22 for hams. Ba
con?Dull; Cumberland middles for
early In Dec. at 17, and 100 boxes short!
rlblied do. for first 15 days in Dec. at 17.
Lard?Heavy at 23%@&%. Butter? !
Dull at 30(ai42 for Ohio and 38<&50 for 1
state. Cheese ? Firm at 14@19c. i
Freights to Liverpool?Drooping. |
Sew York Honey and Stock Market. !
New York, Nov. 23.
Money and Gold?Money active |
and steady at 7 per oent. Sterling Ex
change firm at 109al09K. <*?ld quiet
and steady, opening at 140%, declining
to 146%, and closing at lfT. .
Government stocks?Dull; U. H. 6s,
?81, registered, 105%; do. 5-20s, coupons,
of '62, 1015*; do. '04 99%; do. '65 99%; 5s. j
10-40s, registered, 91; Treasury 7-30s, 3d
series, 97. * <
Stocks?Strong; Ohio ?fc Mississippi
certificates 29%; Mariposa 14%; ^ow
York Central 97%; Erie 92%; Hudson.
109%;' Reading 117|j; Chicago dc North
western 39%; do. preferred 07: Michigan I
Southern 77%; Cleveland ?fc Pittsburgh
93%; Rock Island 108%; Quincy 114%;'
Fort Wayne 104%; Alton itTerre Haute
Cincinnati, Nov. 23. !
i Flour quiot and prices unchanged, j
Wheat is firm at 2 05a2 10 for old red,
| and 1 lOal 75 for new. Corn dull, at 50 j
for sound old. Oats are in good demand J
at 40a4l in elevator. Rye steady at 80a
I 83 for prime. Barley in fair demand at
I 1 40 for priino fall and Canadian. C?ru
ceries quiet with a fair jobbing demand. 1
Dull market for whisky; new 2 26.
Provisions unsettled and prices too ir
re?ular to admit of quotation. City
Mess Pork sold at 30 00 for old and
new, market closing dull and heavy at
these rates. Green Meats declined and
nominal, at Ilal4al6% for shoulders,
sides and hams.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
Baltimore, Nov. 23.
Receipts of Beef during tho past
week foot up 1450 head In excess of de
mand. Common to fair beeves 6 00a
6 50; good do. 7 00a7 75. Stock cattle
closed in fair request at unchanged
prices. Hogs, at the opening of the
week, declined full 60c 100 tt>. The
principal sales to-day were at 15 25a
16 75 net, for common to prime, here.
Sales of ordinary to prime fat sheep
6%a7%o * 100 It, gross.
Chicago, Nov. 23.
! Flour dull; to effect sales holders
I would have to submit to a decline of 15
icJOc. Wheat advanced 23?aSX, closing
firm at 1 39Xftl 40 ftw No- and 1 J7a
i 1 09 for No. 2. Corn activeat 58 for No.
! 1, 57 for No. 2. Oata firm at 29. lligh
I wines inactive. Provisions dull. Mess
1 Pork declined50c; primomess nominal.
, Lard dull at 25a2?. Hog market dull;
| at lOHalOJi.
Buffalo, Nov. 23.
I Hour dull and unchanged. Wheat
I ?No. 1 Milwaukee to arrive 1 65; No. 2
' 1 55; White Canada 2 *J0a2 40; whit?
Mich. 2 10; Green Bay club I 03. Com
1 scarce and firm at 78. Barley 1 00a
I 08K. Oats 33a-12K, as to condition.
Rye nominal; 80 for sound No. 1. Whis
ky nominal at 2 35. Pork 34 00.
Oswego, Nov. 23.
. Flour in good demand at a partial
decline of about 25c; 8 75a9 00 for No. 1
spring, 10 25a10 50 lor red winter, 11 25
ail 50 for white, 12 25al2 50 for double
extra. Wheat quiet; no sales. Corn
inactive. Barley quiet; Canada 1 13.
Albany, Nov. 23.
Flour quiet. Wheat dull. Oats in
good demand; sales of 45,000 bu at 01
for choice Canada, and 01a62% for state.
Corn dull at 95. Barley in fair demand;
sales of 25,000 bu at 1 15 for stato.
Toledo, Nov. 23.
Wheat la2c lower; new white Michi
gan 1 00; old amber 1 93; new 1 57al 58.
Corn no better; sales at 09 for No. 1.
Oats steady nt 38.
Milwaukee, Nov. 23.
Flour dull. Wheat advanced lc; sales
at 1 37 for No. I. Oats firm at 28^a29.
Agency for Brown & Co.'s American
Mechanical and Tin Toys.^
Fresh arrival of Imported
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS.
ORDERS FROM COUNTRY MER
CHANTS FOR TOYS WILL
HAVE PROMPT ANI) CARE
JUST RF.rr.IVED, FROM GKUMAN
100 dor Woolen Hosiery,
ft) " Comforts,
iio " Nubias and Scarfs, for sale at re
TEN CASES LOOKING GLASSES,
To reduce stock, some 100 dozen ladies' and
G LOV>-S AND GAUNTLETS
will )>e mid with small advance on cost.
In store,a<full stock of
Pipe Heads and Stems,
Through an arrangement with the Amer
ican agencies of the principal French and
Belgian manufacturers of
I shall execute orders for unsllverrd or mir
ror plates, at the same rates chanted nt the
general depot In Now York or Philadelphia,
and insure on transit. Prices furnished at
my counting room. novlS
CONN ELI.Y, FORD A- CO.,
Manufacturers of No. 1
Illuminating Carbon Oil,
Also a very
SUPERIOR LUBRICATING Oir,,
Successfully in use for can, locomotive
engine**, spindles and other maehineiy.
?QfOtlloe and Works, corner of 5th & IJnd
say streets, WHKKLtyo, W. Va. f^'t.
Boots and Shoes
rpiIK SUBSCRIBER, WITn A VIEW T
J quitting busines, will, from this date unt
the first or .tanuaiy, dispose of his large and
varied stock at greatly reduced prices.
Country Merchant* will find It to their
Interest to give me a calL A splendid oppor
tunity Is now offered to any one wishing to
engage in the BOOT and SHOE buslncsH, an
the stand I occupy is the oldest and liest In
the city. JNO. AMDERMOW,
nov2-2m Sign of the Big Bed Boot.
gECOND STOCK OF
Wall Paper & Borders,
JUST OPENED BY
No. 80 Monroe Street*
NESBITT & BRO.
MAVE REMOVED THEIR TIN A SHEET
Iron Ware Manufactory and Sales Room
i their old stand, No. 4(1 Main street. Cents e
No. 33 MONROE STREET,
(between Market and Main streets,)
oc2S WHEELING, W. VA.
D0CAN. SHERMAN & (XX.
Corner of Pine A Simh HUi, W.T.
Circular Notes and Circular Let
ters of Credit,
For the use af Traveler* abroad and in t lie
United States, available In all tlie principal
cities of the world; also,
For use in Europe, east of the Cape of Good
Hope, West Indies; South America, and Ujo
United States. sepSKtTn
FLASKS. ^ t
CA GROSS FLASKH, Hnlf Pint, Pint awl
CARPETS OK EVERY DESCRIPTION
jMt recelveJ by II. C. HARBOUR,
nep< 143 Main street,
T>ECETVED THIS MORNING, A LARGE
K mock ot extra large and cheap Bed Blan
kets, also common dark Army Blankets.
oc&J J. S. RHODES.
BIT THE BEST.
BRADLEY'S DUPLEX SKIRTS AT THE
wane price of common humbug Skirt*.
ocgt J. S. RHODE*.
3 DOZEN LADIES' HAND MADE BREAK
t*xt Shawls; 4 dozen Philadelphia made
Break'iist Shawls; 4 dozen Ladies' French
Concert Hoods. Also, common Hoods, fine
Nubia Scarfa. Ac. J. B. RHODES
HDDS. CHOICE P. R. SUGAR.
25hhds. Fair and Fully FairCubaSugsrs,
90 bbls. Crushed, Powdered, und Granu
bbls. A, CoAe Sugar.
_[?bbls. B, Coffee Sugar.
SKATING CAPS-FUR TRIMMED,
Zephyr Shaw Is
nov8 D. NICHOLLA BRO'A
w. J. com*. ISAAC COTT9, JR.
W. J. *COTTS & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Groceries, Liquors & Produce,
No. 1W Market Square,
angMm WHEELING. W. VA,