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1865. 1865.
JOHN T. LAKIN & CO.
FALL & WINTER
Stock of Goods
FOR MEN'S WEAR.
OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE, CON
?latlog or the following Goods:
French,
English
and
German j
CLOTHS
French,
English,
and
American |
C O A-TXlST GrS.
Prenoh,
English,
Scotch
' and
American |
C assimeres.
mm & OVERCOATINGS i
Or the following makes.
Schillees,
Simonies,
Kippers,
Wolfinea
and Johanies. |
VESTINGS.
Velvet,
Cashmers
and
Silk. |
CRAVATS, SCARPS AND TIES,
Shirts of the Best Hake & Quality.
Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk
Under Skirts and Drawers.
Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs,
Cloves of every Description,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN.
Cotton & Merino Half Hose.
Coll and examine our Stock before purchas
ng elsewhere.
JOHN T. LAKIN A CO.,
No. 29 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va,
oclO
Thos. P.Thomas. Henry Sturgeon.
NEW FIRM.
mHB UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
X chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mes
sers Win. B. Senseney A Co., beg leave to in
form the customers of the store and the pub
He generally, that they Intend to cany on the
business at the same place and on the same
principles or Fair Dealing and Truthfulness,
as it was by the former proprietors.
THOMAS, STURGEON A CO.
We have Just opened a largo stock of
Dress Goods,
NEW AND DESIRABLE.
Comprising many rich
ress Silks, Merinos, Repps, All Wool De |
Lalns, ;Black [and Colored Alpacas,
Thibet Cloths, Poplins, Ginghams,
Do Lalns, Prints, Ac., d-c.
Iso, Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths, All Wool |
Shawls, Long and Square, Small Wool
Shawls, Blnck Pliawls, Ac., Ac.
rovn and Bleached Muslins, 5-4 and KM J
Cotton Sheetings, Linen Table Clotlis,
Table Damasks, Napkins, Towels,
Wool Blankets, Ac^ &c.
We have a large stock of Kid, Silk and Meri
no Gloves.
Ladies 8ilk, Merino and Cotton Hose,
Embroidered Collars, Insertings, Hoop Skirts, j
Bruners' Balmoral Skirts, French
Coreets, best make.
Flannels and Casslmers for Boy's wear, Ac.
rgest lot of FURS in the city just opened
Ladles are especially invited to call anil
ook over our Stock of Goods.
THOMAf), STURGEON A CO.,
Sncoessors to
W. B. SENSENEY A CO.
epl2
The Greatest Medicine of the Agel
KRAFT'S DIARRHEA COMPOUND!
The only Safe and Certain Cure for
IARRHCEA, DYSENTERY. FLUX. SUM
MER COMPLAINT.
And all IHseasesqfthe Stomach and Bowels, in
cident to a Change of Diet or Climate.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS TRULY
Invaluable Medicine, now offer it to the
public with a full knowledge of its superior
merit over any remedy of like character ever
before introduced. It has been used with the
mostperfectjntccess, in thousands of caseawAere
all other Remedies have failed. Cases of Chron
ic Diarrhoea of years standing, have been
cured by the use of two bottles. This remedy
has never failed in a single instance, where the
disease has baffled the skill of even the most
akllimi physicians.
Kraft's Diarrhoea Compound has been
In use, for a number of years, and by Its timely
aid Mis saved the lives of hundreds.
This medicine is a purely scientific prepara
tion, and is prepared with the greatest Cau
tion and Care.
Every traveler should have a bottle of the
Diarrhoea Compound.
Every soldier will find it invaluable.
No family should be without it.
Do not hesitate to try Kraft's Diarrhoea
Compound, and prevent pain, suffering and!
death.
RKAD THE following TESTIMONIALS:
Wheeling, April 9Sth, 1805.
Messrs. McCabe. Kraft A Co, Gentlemen:?
Having used Kraft's Diarrhoea Compound, for
Camp Diarrhoea, with which I have been
deeply afflicted for almost one month, allother
remedies tried hating faUed\aCL finding it not
only a present reH^but a permanent cure, I
take pleasure in recommending it to the fa
vorable notice of all who may be alike afflicted
G.Martin,
Chaplain 15th W. Va. Infhntry.
Moundsvillb, Marshall Co..W. Va..
Messrs. McCabe, Kraft A CO- Gentlemen;
?Last summer, being In- Nashville, Tenn., I
was attacked with a severe Diarrhoea. I tried
the remedies of several physicians, but with
out any effect. I was advised by my Mends
to come home. I was completely broken
down and prostrated. Upon arriving at horned
I was advised to try Kraft's Diarrhoea Com
pound. One batUe of it completely cured the dis
ease and restored my health. I am glad tore
commend this valuable medicine to all af
flicted with this terrible disease.
Yours truly, Andrew Edwards.
Mem. McCabe, Kraft A Co., Gentlemen;
?Last summer I was attacked -with a very
severe Diarrhoea, from which I suffered for
some three weeks. I tried various remedies,
but was unable to check thedisease. I at last
procusedabottleof "Kraft's Diarrhoea Com
pound." One bottle entirety cttrtd the disease,
and restored me to my usnal health. I take
pleasu~*?: '?v'
Seine, i
case, a . . k
good results. , E. R. Addison,
Formerly Master Machinist R A O. R. R..
McCABE. KRAFT 4 OO^WhoSSSeDro^
^For sale In Bridgeport by WEST A MITCH
maylMm
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL.
CUMBERLAND, Md.
S. IjTJMAN,... ???......Proprietor*
mms HOTEL 18 LOCATED NEAR THE
tewar' ?*?***
^Agommod^poH^ln
20
iob printing.
T II E
intelligences
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING HOUSE,
Corner Quincy & Main Sta,
UNO, W. VA.I
VI! I WW
blanks, briefs,
Bill H&ads,
LABELS,
Circulars, Abstracts,
DEEDS, CARDS,
Programmes,
HAND bills,
Decorative Printing
In all Its Brancbesi
IN THK
FINEST STYLE OF AST.
Tag Cards,
Insurance Cards,
Business Cards,
Address Cards,
Railroad Cards,
Invitation Cards,
Or any Aire, and In any color or combination,
and In a style;
Not to be Surpassed!
EITHER EAST OR WEST.
L ABELS,
Every possible variety, from
PLAIN BLACK INK,
To the Finest Printed -
Colored Ink or Bronze 1
BLANKS
o r
. EVERT DESCRIPTION*
AMD AT
THE LOWEST RATE.
Book BixicLiiig.
We have, ;ln connection wi th oar Job Of
floe, a first dam Book Bindery and
Blant Book Manufactory,
And are prepared to fin an ?crtas.at thelow
cetcaah prices, for BUnk Books of whatever
kind, ledgers. Journals, Daj / Books, Aa,
which we PIlTintlW to be ? mtl fai any www.
nfactored In the eotmtry. at ^ We aolldt or
ders from City and Country- which ?>?n rr
elve oar prompt attention* '
-gtwtlry.
_
Second Pall Stock!!
J. T. SCOTT & CO.,
! "*? r ? - ,<** - ' ? f f - ?
Invite Attention to Their Mew and
Large Stock of
Watches, Clocks,
AND JEWELRY;
Solid Silver Ware.
Pine Silver Plated Ware,
WATCH & CLOCK MATERIALS,
AND TOOLS,
Fancy Goods, Notions, Sec.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
??"Orders from dealers and the trade will
receive careful and prompt attention.
J. T. SCOTT A CO.
SCOTT & HENNEGEN,
No. 31 Fifth Street, Pitaburgh, Pa.,
IMPORTKB8 AND JOBBERS OP
Watches, Jewelry, Clocks,
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Watch and Clock Material*, Tool*, Ac*
octl2-tf
CHILDREN'S
Fur Collars & Muffs.
LADIES' FUR-TRIMMED
HOODS & SKATING CAPS
GENTS'
Fur Collar's.
SWAN TRIMMING,
Ac., <kc.t <fcc.t
Received at
D. NICOLE ft BRO S.,
oct^i 100 Main Street.
ALMORAL SKIRT TRIMMING.?A N
otlier lot of that beantlful trimming Just
received. ? ' ?
oc24. P. NIOOLI. A BRO.
GENTS'
Furnishing Goods.
COO dozen Block and Fancy Ties.
200 dozen Black and Fancy Ribbon TIes.2?
50 dozen Black and Fancy ScariU,
20,000 Standing Paper Collars.
50,000 Turndown Paper Collars, with a fall
line of
TJrrdei* Clothing
Over Shirts, Handkerchief*. Swipen
dent, Gloves, Ac., Ac.
Merchant Tailors desiring goods of the above
kinds, will not find a greaterVariety
this side the Eastern cities.
? - ~ '. ? / . -r ter
In connection with the above I have a very
large and complete line of
NOTIONS, TOYS,
AND FANCY WOOL GOODS,
Bought and contracted for daring the sum
mer. I can guarantee prices even lew
than -will be round In the
Eastern market.
GEORGE K. WHEAT,
NOTION JOBBER,
ocff-SmociM 26 MONROE Brums!'.
GREAT CHANCE
FOB
AGENTS.
What the People Want:
THK
8TAHDABD
.HISTORY OF THE WAR,
Complete 1b one venr lance Volume
off over lOOO Page*.
nr\H18 WORK HAS NO RIVAL AS A
JL candid, lucid, complete, authentic andre
ilable history of the "great conflict-" It con
tains reeding matter equal to three large royal
octavo volumes, splendidly Illustrated with
over ISO fine portraits of Generals, battle
aoenea, maps and diagrams.
Beturned and disabled officers and soldiers,I
and energetic young men in wantof profita
ble employment will find this a rare chance
to make money. We have Agents clearing
f250per month, which we wilt prove to any ,
doubting applicant; fbr proof of the above |
send for circulars and see our terms. Address
JONES BROTHERS A CO.,
oc23-3t? Philadelphia. Pa. .
gECOND STOCK OP
Wall Paper & Borders,
?"'O-.c'/ 'i-l ' iOUVf
JDST OPENED BY
.. . ft ,.t>
JT osepli Graves,
No. 80Monroe' Street.
OC36 .
WiiBiuavBVff iuuM*..*iivva.. ,
1AA BARRELS WASHINGTON MIT.TS
100 Hoar.**
gUuftamt spurring.
; :OH?
THOXAB E. BxAKS. H. QuOGSNHIIICIR |
'1^7 /f V r < ' " ^
SECOND STOCK
Fall&Winter Goods
Stein Brothers!
Nos. 13 and 15
Ooi*. Main dc Monroe Bts.,
WHEELING, W. VA. I
CHTNCHILAS,
ESKIMOS,
CASTORS, |
ENGLISH ELYSIANS,
ENGLISH MELTONS,
ENGLISH TRICOTTS,
WHITNEYS, .Sc., Ac., for
Over Coats.
FRENCH,
ENGLISH,
SCOTCH, nnd
AMERICAN,
Plain and Panoy Cassimeres for
Pants and VeBts.
VELVET, SILK and
CASHMERE VESTINGS.
Some Bich & Handsome Patterns.
SIMONIAS,
STURSBURGS,
IIILGERS, Ac., Ac.
Black Cloths and Doe Skins,
In famishing goods we have every tiling that
Is new and desirable. Cravats, Scarfit,
Ties, and Butterflys, Silk and Lin
en handkerchief}*. White and
Woolen Shirts-Best.
quality and make.
Undershirts & Drawers I
OF EVERT GRADE.
HALF HOSE.OP ALL KINDS A GRADES. I
Our Stock of Clothing is lancer and better
assorted than many Eastern houses.
We also keep u line of Wooolcn 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 house, at all times a full stock |
of goods, asr Examine our stock before pur
chasing.
STEIN BROTHERS,
Nos. IS and in
sepl7-d?fcw Corner Main and Monroe Ste. |
steamboats.
Regular Pitbibnrfc and Parltembnrs I
Packet. 1
The fhst running packet BAYARD,
Moore, Master, leaves Wheeling
i?very Monday and Thursday at?
lock p. m. Leaves for Pittsburg every Wed
nesday and Saturday at 0 o'clock p. m. .
For freight or passage apply on board or to
OC23 J. MANNER A CO., Agents.
Regular Pittsburgh, Wheeling: and I
Parkernburg Packet,
The New and Elegant Passengi.. .
ItOMM^lTOREOTXOTY^CapSn |
i John Gordon, A. R. Bun ling Cl'k,
leaves Pittsburgh for Parkeniburg every
Wednesday and Saturday at 12 M.: loaves
Wheeling for Parkerebutv every Wednesday
and Saturday at 12P. M.;leaves Parkemburg
for Pittsburgh every Monday and Thursday
at 2 P. M.; Leaves Wheeling for Pittsburgh
every Tuesday and Friday at 7 A. M.
Freight received for Pittsburgh every Mon
day and Thursday at the Wharf Boat until 5
lay an _ _ _ ..
P.M.. by 1 BOOtH, BATTELLE A CO
augl7-tf Agents.
R. H. LEErMTlC^
OfFICK AND RESIDENCE,
No. 58 Cor. Hill Alley nnd Main St., I
CENTRE WHEELING,
Where he may be found at all times unless I
professionally absent.
Dr. Leo is a graduate of one of the lending
medical college*of Cincinnati, Ohio, and has
been actively engaged In the practice of med
icine and surgery for more than fourteen
years, (the last two yeare of which lias been In
\Vheelng,)and he feels confident thnt from the
knowledge-which he has acquired of his pro
fession during so long and varied a practice,
thnt he will be able to satisfy all who may fa
vor him with their patronage. Dr. Lee. in ad
dition to his regular practice, will devote a
part of each day to the treatment of Chronic
Diseases. 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 diseases, both
scnte and chronic, to which he would invite
the especial attention of the afflicted. Dr.
Lee 1 ins given much time and attention to the
?tudy and practice of Operative Opthalmlc
Surgery, and he is now prepared to perform
all ine various operations on the Eye, as well
as to treat all the dlliferent diseases of the
same, In strict accordance with the latest and
most approved scientific ninth oris of the pres
ent time.
Dr. Lee cures Cancers, Rheumatism, Neu
ral gin and diseases of the Eye, Ear, Liver
Complaint^ervous Debility,Fevernnd Ague,
and nil of the -various and painful diseases
which women nre subject to.
Any person wishing to consult the Doctor
privately or for any private disease, can do so
either peraonnlly or oy letter, confidentially
relying upon his honor to preserve their secret
inviolate, and his ability to cure them.
Dr. Lee cores all the different forms of Club
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.
. Rkfkrknck.?Prof John M. Bcudder, Cin
cinnati, Ohio: Prof. Z. Freeman, Cincinnati,
Ohloi Prof. Ed win Freeman,CincinnaU,Ohio;
Dr. Robt. S. Newton, N. Y. City.
Besides numerous testimonials from persons
who have been cured by me, and my Diplo
mas can be seen, in my offioe. octl8
The National Saving's Bank
of Wheeling,
Treasury Dkpabtkxnt. \
Washington, October 18th, 1865. J
WHEREAS BY satisfactory Evi
dence presented to the undendgned. It
nas oeen made to appear that" The Na
tional Savins'* Bank of Wheel In*"
in the City of Wheeling, in the County of Ohio
and 8tate of West Virginia, has been duly
organized under and according to the require
ments of the act or Congress, entitled an act
to provide a National Currency, secured by a
pledge of United States Bonds, and to provide
for the circulation and redemption thereof,
approved June ad, 18&4, and has compiled with
all the provisions of sold act, required to be
compiled with before commencing the busi
ness of Banking, under said act, _
Now, therefore, I, Freeman Clark. Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that
m the NATIONAL SAVINGS' BANK, "of
Wheeling. In the City of Wbeellng^lnthe
County of C
County or Ohio and State of West \ _
is authorized to commence the business c
Banking under the act aforcsnkl.
In teramanywhereofwltnem my hanaand
Savings Bank will begin business on Vfednm
day, November 1,1855.
S. P. HILDBHTH, Cashier.
TOBACCO.
rrure follo winq favorite and
X standard brands constantly on hand;
black: TOBACCOS.
Russell's 10* In butts.
Cleopatra 10*s in butts.
Old Buck 12* in caddies.
Half Dime 22*s in caddies.
Lynchburg Twist 2tb Half Drum.
Navy l*sand jfa butts and coddles. .
BRIGHT TOBACCOS.
Royal Gem In butts.
Golden Star In butts. ?.
Old Buck In caddies.
Lilly Belle rs "
? "" ? l(Mi u
. ? TBAB. " '
/CHOICE and well SELECTED
oct 12 TO?P^Y^^SSDLANaOO
?twtag pnrtitttf.
AT THE
Michigan State Fair,
JUST CLOSED,
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Was awarded the Highest Premium as the
"BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE."
AT THE
Indiana State Fair
Just closed Tat Fort Wayno, after active com
petition and a close contest, the Committee,
composed of Thorough Mechanics, awarded
the Wheeler A Wilson
The Highest Premium.
AT THE FAIR OF THE
American. Institute, New York,
The Committee reported:?'"The Wheeler A
Wilson Sewing Machine makes the LOCK
BTITCH, and rank* highest on account of the
elasticity, permanence, beauty, and general
desirableness of the stitching when done, and
the wide range of Its application."
CALL AND SEE THEM
in operation at
No. ?1> Main Street,
{Two doors above corner Monroe street)
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
octai
T>OOT8 AND HHOE8.
D JOHN H. ROBINSON,
158 Main street, east side, a few doors north ol |
Union street.
Sign of the Big Black Boot,
now offers to the citizens of Wheeling, the
largest and best assortment of goods in his
line, snltable for fall and winter wear, lie
has Just returned from the east. maJtlug his
own selection from the most reliable houses
in Philadelphia, New YorA: and Boston. Hav
ing bought his goods entirely for cash, from
flrot hands, It enables him to sell at the very
lowest prices. Persons visiting this city will
do well to give him a call, as he is determined
not to be out-done by any other establish
ment. QuIcJfc sales And small profits is the
motto. Don't fUil to call at 158 Main street,
John Bishop's old stand. sep!8
BOOTS & SHOES.
T> PORTER A HONS ANNOUNCE TO
X\?f their friends and t ho public, that their
Fall Stock of Boots and Shoes are now full
and complete. They respectfully invite mer
chants and others visiting our city to give
them a call, believing tliey cau sell them
goods to better advantage than they can pur
chase in Baltimore or Philadelphia, at No.
185 Main street, Wheeling, W. Vu.
oct3-d*w3tn
REMOVAL.
NESBITT & BRO.
XT AVE REMOVED THEIR TIN 4 SHEET
1 ~1 Iron Ware Manufactory and Sales Room
from their old stand, No. 40 Main street, Centre
Wheeling, to
No. 33 MONBOE STREET,
(between Market and Alain streets,)
OC23 WHEELING, W. VA.
Real Estate Agency.
J HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE OVER I
Joseph Bell A Co's. Stove Warehouse, on |
onroe.between Main and Market Sts, and of
fer my services and solicit the patronage of
those wishing to sell or purchase
REAL ESTATE,
RENT DWELLING HOUSES,
WAREHOUSES,
STORE ROOMS,
OFFICES, or
FARMS.
Or attend to any business that may bo en- j
trusted to me, for which an agent Is required. ;
?9TI will also give particular attention to \
Examining Books and ad
Justing accounts.
OcU7 ISAAC IRWIN.
P. C. HILDRETH & BRO.,
OS Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
r HOLES ALE DEALERS IN NAHj ROD
SU
Ing Paper, Plaster Paris, Land piaster, ce
ment, Maryland Lime. Common Lime, Flour,
Shanghai Matches, Salt, Wooden Ware, Ac.
Agents for Howe's Improved Counter and
Platform Scales.
The highest market price paid for Rags, Flax
seed, Ointenp, Scrap Jron,<tc. Jyl8
DUCAN, SHERMAN & CO..
BANKERS,
Corner off Pine ?t Kaumn HU, BT. y.
ISSUE
Circular Notes and Circular Let
ters of Credit,
For the use af Travelers abroad and in tho
United States, available in all the principal
cities of the world; also,
COSHEBCIAL CBEDITi,
For use in Europe, east of the Capo of Good
Hope, West Indies; Bouth America, and the
United States. sep2P-3m
D. G. A O. O. NEISWANOKR. W. B. RITTS.
New Omnibus Line,
St. CUimvllle to Wheeling.
T EAVES ST. CLAIRSVILLE EVERY
JLi morning, at 7 o'clock, and returning
leaves Wheeling at 8 p. m.-Sundays excepted.
For passage, enquire at M'Lure House or
Packer's Hotel, Wheeling, and at Notional
A RITTS.
Pictures at Peace Prices!
BY MEANS OF A NEW
fj/ooesR. is now prepared to fur
a minutes notice,
One Dozen Beautiful Gem Pictures.
Giving Four Positions, for
ONE DOLLARII
Call at PARTRIDGE'S, No. 117 Main street
| and examine samples, ocS-lm
Howard Ironworks.
I mHERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE
' 1 stockholder* of the Howard Iron Works
held at the ofBce of P. C.Hildreth A Bro.,No.
t fiB Malni street, on Thursday. October 28, UK,
I between the hours of 8 and A p. in., for the
[>^0t^Un?dlrecU?.MuloUMrom?nu
BAR IROTV.
T> AR IRON?Round, from 8-18 to 8 in.
fESS*** -
OvaL Kto 1* In.
Half Oval44 ?toWln.
igylvanTs, A meriran, Wayne and
81^aU1"'^ IM? HILDRETHdr BRO.,
aMmlnaUcet.
The Latest News.
BY TEIiEGltAyH* ?:?
ByttaeUnlonlilne:
Office, corner of Monroe and Water streets.
MEXICAN NEWS.
Juarez Captures Matarndtas.
NEW ORLEANS ADVICES.
?
Jefferson Davis to be Tried
for Treason.
The New Mexican Loan.
mte market REPORTS.
? J
??la?l oTXrrt- ??*?
""vul tonrtanrUa]_>> ' Bra~
Hamlin's Trnn.r r T1 Co1" A- T
Wile Prlgou-TlM. w
Herald,^ditS to ">o
says: ' ? Washington, Oct. 20th,
t^o Miniator to
%n1s^vr?o8i^FoBiF^
hav
cess. These a^um?ll?Q80!?ab,e ?"<>
nounoedTorto^Sbasnot ^??
=lfs8!siriSf?S
ssfeagHSgg
ornniont fTr^y fastfluI^irJ^1'an'8 Kov^
tliVrlnTofK'Da^h^br'hBt
upon, and tho iminmTOntahav^*1
Supromo Court t?v? a United States
wssrtaaySlSa ? &
completed ^itia
will Immediately foK" at of Davis
the:Ka
steam vessels orthe war s^n
otely bo got ready for m rrt
posed that it Is the lutentton D?f J? 8UP
ernment to bo prenarnlo,S2? tho Kov"
TLlfflqrrt?^horao?,rntu
Admlral Farragu? ^""raidont ,VI??
convene in AVashlnotmr ? 10
8W^S?S***
sS?,-?'S';",Ssr?
S&r5ws?Sbs?s
C?ve.tT,td0ri"10a^i'y?o?modore
third article of war wh'?f tho
ollli'or to do llis nln.![?.r requires an
capture oriln^tr^. overtake and
is KffifiFSaasKvra
With. neglecUng thta <|5? ta,cliar8?J
StonowaU having beei'i inll.S i rai"
Perrat, whilo he wfs i? of
commandor of the Nnvv aSd in'tyaS
mnnd of tho Niagara aL tiJ oc'om"
mcnto. and anniliM>. oi.- , 1,10 s"era
-Eat-erA-^a,rz
A., who has made S.
Of tho Andorsonvillo ^ri?o?n8?J!ctjODS
very long and intern?ti.P? ~ ' """to a
prison and statm,flwVP ?P?? ?? the
thatono 8i?t ?r 8U?Vi?"T? lost ut
out numbered tho kiUed ?ml"i cruo}ly
in tho British nrmvinall ?r ,\oundt'd
?
when the colonel reached ttta ityClOSed
and has succecded in ^SiaUn^ Y,ork'
of one hundred thonaanH rtlSP iln
one year at 7 nor dollars for
H>0 provisionalState ?2U?S faUh of
Georgia. government of
n^ee?Tr?PUo?i!J- & <if *>?'
President. 1X1 ">-day by the
m?n>Ro0fUi?8i0f^r?^d D" C" Whit
cpmmissiono;' and a^?f,t.Conarm,cd
8iTh??r2rfLiniS"?'3 rov^u^Ut C?mmi8
roent relating toth'Vow^MejIi18 "S"'6'
for 8:10,000,000, which tom 5? ?*F loan
market on Monday laTt1in!?iw, -^
resentatlon or tholwfi 2??l5?? " reP"
nation ofS500 jFhS.3 O1* depoml
for these bonds hi v?tv ?on5?nd
tions are pourimr In t, APPlica
individuals in dlm;rent ^?i?n ,and
country, as well as ? thoPM&, ?f H16
accompanied by war in expressions of
sympathy for the cause which the loan
is intended to subserve.
Augustine Dorhurbido, the oldest
General of the JiYst Emperor of Mexico,
is now in the city, fienas been offered
rank and emoluments by Maximilian,
but has declined them.
An addition to Louis Napoleon's nav
al fleet in our harbor was made yester
day by the arrivul of the French gun
boat Destiny, Capt. Debonsauge.
Advices from Savannah say that Hon.
Walker A. Forward, Judge of the Su
preme Court of Florida, died in Savan
nah on the 10th inst.
Assistant Surgeon Fowl es,of the 12th
. - J)i?v iu? wm
Maine regiment, has beeri' appointed
Mexican director of the sub-district of
tho Oge^chie, Georgia, In place of Dr.
Baldwin who returned homo with his
regiment.
The steamer New York which arriv
ed from Panama yesterday ? brought
some specimens of gold, one of which
was taken from the newly discovered
Isthmus desposits, near the line of the
Panama railroad. More extensive dis
coveries are expected to follow, and the
Panama and Aspinwall poople are an
ticipating a great rush to. the jnfew dig
gings and a consequent animation in
business generally.
There is nothing later in relation to
the revolution In Peru, or the Spanish
demand* in Chili, and no news of con
sequence from tne Central American
Republics, but we* have accounts of
additional insurrectionary operations
in Columbia, and apprehensions of
some of still greater importance, as a
sort of natural consequence, of the in
vasion of the state of Panama from the
state of Cauca, tho suppression of whicH
we have already chronicled. Cauca has
recently suffered in an. erruption from
the state of Antioquiu. This new war
is looked upon by many as merely the
advance guard of others with which the
ever-troubled Columbian Republic-will
shortly be afflicted.:
The Times' Washington special says:
The report of tho United States Treas
urer to the Secretaiy of the Treasury,
shows that during the past year busi
ness of the Treasury..4u)s .amounted to
an average of18,000^000 fet day.
Gen, Spinner Assistant Treasurer, has
declined the appointment of Auditor of
the New York Custom House, and in
tends to continue In his present position
during the term ofPremdent Johnson's
administration.
The Commissioner of Internal Reve
nue has received information that the
broker's tax question was again decided
against the brokers in Philadelphia to
day. The matter came op ? before-the
Court tipon an appWcation for an*in
junction to restrain the Uiitted States
Collectors in Philadelphia frdnl collect
log the revenue tax wnlchiraa claimed,
Rumored Mxtmm of U>e ittMuer Sortb
' ' Star. '
New York; Oct. 27.?Ttoo schodnor
Augusta. Smith, of and (from Boston,
for xfewburn, was abandoned Ht sea on
tho 21st in a sinking condition. The
crew were saved ai^a brought to this
port. ?
t Considerable uneasiness is felt here
to-day at the reported lqss of thfl stea
mer, North Star. It appears that she
sprung a leak and put in to Norfolk to
repair, reaching"Norfolk dock before
taking in much water. There was no
panic, or equality on board. , u
Yesterday, Mr. Zayford,special agent
of the Postofllco department; detected
Kdward Pelenre; one of the clerks iu
the Brooklyn Postofflce. in tho' act of
opening a letter and took, him into cus
tody. .A large, number of letters had
been stolen, whic led to an investiga
tion and the' arrest.
New Orleans, Oct. 2G.-rGoodloe, the
new U. S. District Attorey, has just ar
| rived.
Wm.' Bagley, agent for the postal de
partment, is looking into mail matters
lor Louisiana and Texas.
1 Gov. Wells received a requisition for
Alfred A. Jones, the Ejie railway de
faulter.
Pierre Soule Is expected fVomHavana
in'a week.
Fitch,the mail contractor to Galveston,
commences carrying the mail as soon
as tho papers closing the contract is re
ceived.
Judgo Pashel arrived in Texas from
Washington city?his wife is dead.
Gov. Wells'it actively organising the
Qtato militia, .most of the officers were
prominent confederates.
Gen. Pullerton has requested the po
lice to arrest all of the vagrant negroes
and turn them over to the provost mar
shal.
Washington, Oct. 27 ?Tho Tunis
ambassadors, in company with Consul
Perry, paid an offldal visit to the Sec
retary of State this morning and left
with him a copy of thoir credentials.
No time has yet been fixod for their
formal presentation to tho Prosldent.
During the day tho distinguished strang
ers wero under the escort of Mr. Cox of
the State Department- and in open car
riages visited various localities* of in
terest.
?o Postmaster general
Reagan had a long Interview with
"resident Johnson this morinir, and
wittnow leave Washington direct for
liiHhoLueJn Toxns. ?
?James Gray alias
Johti Pet ten gill; whoso arrest in Spring
field, for attempting to pass connterfoit
SoO greenbacks, has. been announced,
was to-day arruigued in tho U. S. Com
missioner Court for examination. Tho
necessary witnesses not being present,
the cas&was postponed and tho priso
ner taken to the Cambridge strout jail.
While the oftlcers wore taking a descrip
tion of his person, Gray suddenly bolted
Into tho street and made good his es
cape. As he is Well known to tho detec
tives, his re-arrest is probable.
New York. Oct. 27.?'Tho first sub
scription to the Mexican loan to-day,
was made by S. T. Babbit, who showed
his appreciation by taking live bonds.
The next subscription was taken by an
army officer, who took $10,000 worth:?
A Now Bedford gentleman took $20,000.
It is stated that 20 banks to-day applied
for agencics.
Tho news received to-day of tho siego
of Matamoras, and tho investment of
Tamplco, seems to have given a now
impetus to the movement.
Oct. 27.?The fnir for
tho Soldiers' Home, proves thus far a
great success. Tho Academy of Musir
is crowded to excess- day and evening.
Tho receipts thus far have exceeded the
expectations of tho most sangulno.
Arrangements aro nindo by nearly
all tho railways leading to tho city to
sell tickets covering the passage aiid
giving an entrance to tho fair.
New Yore, Oct. 27.?George Wagner,
convicted of the muder of his wife last
week, was to-day sentenced to lie hung
on the 15th of December.
Tho goyernmont has seized a largo
quantity of alcohol on account of the
owners attempting to defraud the Cus
tom liouso. A number of otI\cials are
said to bo implicated in tho swindle.
Horse Rare.
New York, Oct. 27.?Dexter l>ent
Gon. llutlor Ifi thoir two milk trot to
wugon& this afternoon at tho Fashion
course. Tlmo Ave minutes and throe
quarters of n second and 4:SGX. The
lust heat being tho best wngon time on
record. . ' .
New Yoiik, Oct. 27.?Tiio Post's
special says there is no truth in tho re
port that the Navy department has or
dered a ? largo -number of war vessels
into commission on uccount of diplo
matic complications.
New York, Oct. 27.?I*vl Farwell,
the ailed god murderer of Ilarriot Wilks,
committed Buicide last night by cutting
a vein with a piece or pewter plate, and
was found dead in his cell this niorn
?tatfl 1 ?' I. ?? ,
Boston, Ooobor 27.?Jowph' E. Wor
cester, LL. D., author of Worcester's
Dictionary, died at his residence in
| toHioy*1 wf8,yoara ?l
Nashville, Oct. 27.?In the House
to-day a motion to reconsider tho vote
of tho expulsion of Mr. Cameron was
tabled by a vote of 36 to 81. This settles
tho question finally of his re-admission.
?' : /
Portland, Me., Oct. 27.?It com
I menced snowing here at 11:30 this a. m.
Stock Market.
New YoRKj Oct. 27.
? The Commercial says monetery af
fairs .continue *in"an unsettled condi
tion. There is a general scarcity of
currency, and some of tho banks com
plain of a difficulty in meeting tho de
mand for legal tenders. There is still a
steady outflow of chrrency to the South
and Southwest, which is only partially
set off by the current increase of the
National Bank circulation. Tho street
is almost exclusively supplied by tho
private bankers and .brokers, tho pre
vailing rate on call being 7 percent.
The revival of speculation In stocks
has Increased the demand for call loans,
but there is no difficulty in borrowing
on good collaterals. There Is a general
feeling of relief at tho report that tho
Secretary of the Treasury has no in
tention of making any farther attempt
at funding,the currencyuiitil after the
meeting of C'ougrcss. The withdrawal
of 950,000,000 of currency has produced
a stringency which has excited general
alarm, and it. is everywhere credited
that an oarly repetition of such experi
ment would- produce tho most dis
astrous results.
Tho stock market is decidedly strong
er. The. leading bear in Erie having
covered his shorts in that stock Jie ia
flow understood to be long in it. His
accession to the bull side and tho conse
auent rise in Erie, the leading stock, is
le chief cause of the increased firm
ness. At th6. fihjt board. Erie was the
strongest stock in the list; opening at
? 02 and closing atdoK* an advance ol
14 on the latest quotations of yesterday.
The total transactions in Erie were
about'. 100 shares, including a largo
number of seller's option; Cleveland A
Pittsburgh was sold freely and de
clined Northwestern preferred was
active npder the operation of a bull
cllqne, and rosdlK. Governments are
quiet: the lower quotation Ut Xondon
and the diplomatic passes between Mr.
Adanis and Earl Russel have' checked
the, demand on foreign account and
quotations are correspondingly weak;
6-20's are K lower; 7-30's show no im
provement, tho recent decline having
brought in buyers; the prioO of the
several Issues was % higher.' -m
' ! ' "BAiOTMORK, Oct. 27.
Flour?Heavy. Wheat?Dull and de
clined 5c.o Corn?Firm; sales of white
8fla87; yellow dull and lower at 87.?
Oats?48a50. Seeds?Dull; clover 98 25a
|860.! Provisions?Dull 'and heavy.?
Whisky?Nominal atfZ 87 for Western.
h"
, Theprlees for mining stocks bid in
| Bostorr Ujeimj, are^Cftntral?No bid ;
I Copper/Fins2f; Franklin37; Hancock
UK; Huron, no bid; Isle Royal 9; Mln
jneaotoll; Qulncy 50; Rockland 3.
Hew Top
-?rk Mmffcet
. . Nvw York, 6ct. 27.
? CfaiTOK?LefiH active and a shade eas
ier [email protected] for middling. FlouIt
Dull, heavy and [email protected] lower; |[email protected]
tra Western; 98 [email protected] 90 for common to
good spring brands extra R. H. 0.,'and
$>[email protected] trad? brands; market
closing heavy. Whisky?Steady: Wee
tern |2 3?X<52 35. [email protected] bet
ters $1 [email protected] 80 for Chicago Spring and
Milwaukee club; $175 for new Mil
waukee club; ?i 81 al 82 for Amber Mil
wqpkee, and $2 32)*@2 36 for now Am
iHsr State. Hyb?Steady at $1 18 for
Western.* Babley?More active and ?c
"better; ^1 22 *[email protected] for inferior to choice
Canada West: Cork?Active and 2c
better; [email protected] for unsound and [email protected]
for sound mixed Western; latter prico
1n store. Oats?A shad6 firmer; 48^51
for unsoud; [email protected] for sound. Rick?
Quiet. Covfek?Firm; Rioin bond 1U}?
Suoak?Steady; Cuba Muscovado isft
@15, Molassks?Quiet. Pktrolku.v
Unsett led; 55 for crude; [email protected] for refined
in bond and [email protected] for freo. I^ork?
Decidedly lowor; 333 2&@34 00 for mess;
closing at $33 25 cash; ?20 prime, and
$28 50^29 for prime mess. Beef?Stea
dy; [email protected] forplain mess, and [email protected] for
extra mess. Beef Hams?In demand.
Cut Meats?Dull. Lard?Ilea w [email protected]
28K* Potter?In demand at 3(%42 for
Ohio. Cheese?Firm at 14%@19.
New York Money Market.
New York, Oct. 27.
Money?Rather easier at 7 per cent,
for call loans. Sterling Exchange?
Dull at 108%@109. Gold?A shade firm
er; opening at 145%, advancing to 145%,
and closing at 145%. Government
Stocks?Without decided change.?
Freights to Liverpool?Dull and declin
ing. Stocks?Weak; U. S. 6? 5.20 cou
pons ex-November coupons 103; do. now
issue 101K; Treasury 7 3-10, 1st series
07K; do. 2d series 07K; do. 3d series \n%\
U. S. Gs 1 year certificates new issue
98; Missouri 6s 77; Tennessee 6s!K7M;
Canton 4114; Quicksilver 48^S Erie 02%;
Hudson 10614; Reading 114%; Michigan
Southern 72%; Pittsburg 80%; new pre
ferred 65%; Rock Islaud 107%; Prarie
du Chleno 63%; Ft. Wayne 98%.
BoflHlo Market.
Buffalo, Oct. 27.
: Flour?DuTl. Wheat?Quiet and un
changed. Corn?Sales of warm at 00;
No. 1 67%. Oats?Quiet. Barley?Ca
nada $1 12. Rye?Inactive and nomi
nal. Whisky?Held at $2 21a22B.?
Pork-r36. Canal Froights to New
York?Wheat 25; corn 22; oats 14.
Imports of Hour 17,142; wheat 70,610;
corn 40,508; oats 48,357; barley 2,011 Ca
nal exports?Wheat 02,320; corn 127,490;
oats 37,278; rye 15,410.
Chleaio Market.
% Chicago, Oct. 27.
Flour?Dull and nominal. Wheat?
Active and advanced 7a8c; sales at $1 43
al 44 for No. 1; $1 14al 15 for No'. 2.?
Corn?Quiet; sales at 45%a47 for No. 1,
and 44a45 for No. 2. Oats?Firm at the
ndvanco of %e; sales at 28% for No. 1,
23a24 for No.. 2. Higliwines?$2 24.?
Provisions?Quiet; mess Pork $34a?4 25.
Freights?Dull and declined at 72.
Omwcco Market.
Oswego, Oct. 27.
Flour?Active and steady; $0 00 for
No.l Sprinp;$10 50forred\Vinteri?ll 60
for white; $12 50 for double x. Wheat?
Dull?No. 1 Milwaukee club $1 05.?
Corn?Quiet; No. 1,74%. Barley?Stea
dv:Cnnn.1? ?l 1* * * *
Philadelphia Market.
Philadelphia, Oct. 27.
Petroleum?Declined 2c.; crude 35;
sales of 4000 bbls. refined ill bond at
57a58; freo78a80. I'lour?Declining ten
dency; extra $9a0 50: Wheat?Declining
tendency; shipments of now rod at $2 20;
old red $230. Rye?$1 15al 20. C?>rn?
Very dull; yellow 82a83. Oats?Very
dull at 50. Mess pork $30. I^ard 28.?
Whisky?Closed firm at $2 3Ga237.
- ? ? ?
Milwaukee Market.
Milwaukee, Oct. 27.
Flour?Dull. Wheat?Dull; $1 [email protected]
$1 37% for No. 1. Oats?20. Freights
Declined lc.
Wholesale potions.
AUGUSTUS POLLACK,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OK|
YANKEE NOTIONS,
EKtiUSn, FRENCH 4: GERM A If
Fancy Goods.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR BALE AT
Pollack's Notion Hotnte:
20d dor. Hoop Skirts,
300 44 Cotton and WooIen^Hoslery,
500 44 Gloves ami Gauntlets,
CO 44 Jouvln's Kid Gauntlet, best^ftood
> .imported,
1000 44 Spool Cotton,
500 Bm. Germ. Unen Thread,
GO do*. Undershirts and^Drawers,
40 44 FlanneljShlrts,
100 44 Suspenders,
100 oases German Plp^IIeada,
100 dor. Scrubbing Brush en,
100 44 Blacking
20 original cases, assorted. Toys,
600 pieces Bonnet and TafTbtaj* lUbtions,
20 doz. iAdles'.Trimmedfllats,
At prices far below those charged;In East
ern markets' .
sep5 AUGUSTUS POLLACK.
Fott riibuxatmm.
ERy PINE AND EXTRA HEAVY ltKI)
a?d^!si.iunnu "
but the best.
I>lTPI'KX SKIJlTS AT THE
AJnune price of common liumbuir skirt*.
J.a.itTl<)liKi
. ' keep warm.
'BCEjVEDTHm MORNING, A J.A7UJE
<'OXFEDERATE tiRET.
T?'22?VE??'m9,?A.V' F,VK PIECES OK
P. C. WLDFtFTTH * BRO
SfEW C'ABPEn.
CARPETS OF EVERY Description
jMt received by 11. c. UaHBoUk'
^ Ht MiUu Htrcet.
OA J>OXES CASTILE BOAi\
W C^lKatc Hohjm.
8IIKDBIEX.
r? OSHEN CHEKE,
- PmeMmum, '
for?Uel5f"eaUt-^r^r,,
?2" Oorrwr M.rU.t .
100
P- G mi-OHfeTH * BRO.
1000
wlebr
WIlAri'IXU PAPEIt.
BDLS. KTIIAW, RAO A whitv
iT.pplnffP.p- on Ttana ^'Tor
?j? *? HILDKETH * BHO.
N'ilftSSSjSS.8 AfiBOBTED MZES
P. a HILDRimr* nnn
L,-^ house nuocs.

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