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JOHN T. LAKIN & CO.
FALL & WINTER
Stock of Goods
FOB MEN'S WEAR.
OUR STOCK IB NOW COMPLETE. OON
?Istlng of the toUowlngQooda:
French,
English
and
Gorman
CLOTHS.
French,
English,
and
America^
COATINGS.
Fronob
;liah,
Soi
otch
and
American
C assimeres.
BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS
Or the following makes;
Scliillees,
Simonies,
Kippers,
Wolflnga
and Johaniea.
VESTINGS,
Velvet,
Cashmere
and
Silk.
CRAVATS, SCARPS AND TIES.
Shirts of the Best Hake & Quality.
Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk
Under Shirts and Drawers.
Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs.
Gloves of every Description,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN.
Cotton & Merino Half Hobo.
Call and examine our Stock before purchas
ng elsewhere.
JOHN T. LAKIN A CO.,
No. 25 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va,
oclO
Thoh. P. Thomas. Henry Stokgron.
NEW FIRM.
The undersigned having pur
chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mes
sere Wm. B. Senseney A Co.. beg leave to in
form the customers of the store and the pub
lic generally, that they Intend to cany on the
business at the same place and on the same
principles of Fair Dealing and Truthfulne
as It was by the former proprietors.
THOMAS, STURGEON * CO.
We have just opened a large stock of
Dress G-oods,
NEW AND DESIRABLE.
Comprising many rich
ress Silks, Merinos, Repps, All Wool De
Loins, Black and Colored Alpacas,
Thibet Cloths, Poplins, Ginghams,
De Lalns, Prints, Ac., Ac.
Iso, Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths, All Wool
Shawls, Long and Square, Small Wool
Shawls, Black Shawls, Ac., Ac.
rown and Bleached Muslins, 5-4 and 10-4
Cotton Sheetings, Linen Table Cloths,
Table Damasks, Napkins, Towels,
Wool Blankets, Ac., Ac.
We have a large stock of Kid, Silk and Meri
no Gloves.
Ladies 811k, Merino and Cotton Hose,
mbroldered Collars, Insertings, Hoop Skirts,
Bran ere* Balmoral Skirts, French
Corsets, best make.
Flannels and Cassimera for Boy's wear, Ac.
rgest lot of FURS In the city Just opened
Ladles are especially invited to call and
ook over our Stock of Goods.
THOMAS, STURGEON * CO.,
Successors to
W. B. SENSENEY A CO.
ep!2 '
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
Tie undersigned have made ar
rangements to have on hand a complete
assortment of Landreth's Garden Seeds to sup
ply the Spring trade. We are also authorized
to receive orders from Market Gardeners and
fhrntsh the hill direct from Landreth A Son.
All who may favor us with their patronage
may depend upon getting a genuine article at
the grower's prices. Orders will be filled in
rotation as received. As some of the varieties
are scarce, we would urge upon all the im
portance of sending in their orders early.
GORRELL A CO.,
oc20 Cor. of Market and Qulncy 8to.
TOBACCO. .
rpHE FOLLOWING FAVORITE AND
J_ standard brands constantly on hand:
BLACK TOBACCOa
Russell's 10's in butts.
Cleopatra 10's in butts. <
Old Buck 12 s in caddies.
Half Dime 22V in caddies.
Lyn chbnrg Twist 22's Half Drum.
Navy l'sand j^'s butts and coddles.
BRIGHT TOBACCOa
Royal Gem in butts.
Golden Star in butts.
Old Buck M's In caddies.
Lilly Belief's
" . " 10's " -
California Golden Roll 22"b. 4 lb boxes.
octI2 PBYOR, HAKDLAN ?fc CO.
FURNITURE.
mllE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
J. Inform the public Umt tbey are manufao
t urluk mid have (xiiixtmiUy oil hand an exten
sive iSock or all kind, of Furniture, TOChaa
Book-canes, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Tub al,
Stands, Bedsteads, Lounge*, Ornlrs, looking
Glamen and everything usually found In a
Furniture Wareroom. ' .. . -
Work made to order and jobbing- done on
short notice.
They are also prepared to pay PROMPT and
particular attention to the
Undertaking Business,
in all Its branches, keeping on hand a genera
assortment of COFFINS of all sices, covered
and plain, trimmed In the best style, with
hearse and usual attendances. Also
FISH'S METALLIC BUBIAL CASES,
which for ordinary Interment, depositing In
vaults and transportation, they have no rival.
WM. ZINK A SON,
No. 78 Main 8L, Centre Wheeling,
A few doom above Reed A Kraft's Drug
Store, west side. my25-Cm
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES.
OA BBL8. HAVEMYER'S NEW YORK.
OU 25 bbls Philadelphia Refinery.
20 bbls Bee Hive.
25 bbls Porto Rico Molasses. - .
6 bbls New Orleans Molasses. Recelv-j
edandIbr****brLIBT> MORRISON A CO.. 1
TEAS.
/CHOICE AND WELL SELECTED
V Oolong Teas,
?'.asvfassr
octia YOn?OT&UH ANDLAK A CO
Cash for Grain.
WILL PAY CASH
at their lrarehoaae^Mv
ner of'Market wd Qulncy stxeeta.
oc38 QORRKLL ACQ.
Claaklni (loth, stuoo. .
on PISCES ALL WOOL BLACK FRENCH
J4U Cloth at BW ooly. 3 B. RHODES.
>lid Silver Ware.
lilver Plated Ware,
WATCH ttCLOCK MATERIALS,
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c,
- ? r -r '
WTOrdeni from dealers and the trade
receive careful and prompt attention.
SCOTT & HENNEGEN,
No. 31 Fifth Street, Pitsburgh, Pa.,
JMPORTEBS AND JOBBKBS OF.
: " '
Watches, Jewelry, Clocks,
FANCY QOODH, NOTIONS,
Watch and Clock Materials, Tools,
oct!2-tf
Wholesale and Retail
Constantly on hand, a la
ment
Made Equal to Custom Work.
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
CjLoths, Cassimeres,
Wall Paper & Borders,
Second FaU Stock!!
J. T. SCOTT & GO
Invito Attention to Tfcol, HT.w ud
Urt? Stock or
Watches, Clocks,
AND JHWEtiBY;
steamboats,
of Clnb
ffimhatrt Saiforfng.
1865
Thomas E. Bxans.
'..O "M.*~' )' ?* f
SECOND
OP.
FaU&Winter Goods
AT
Stein Brothers
Nos. 13 and 15
Over Goats.
FRENCH,
ENGLISH.
SCOTCH, and
AMERICAN,*
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres for
Pants and Vests.
VELVET, SILK and
CASHMERE VESTINOS.
Some Bioh & Handsome Patterns.
SIMONIAS, .
STURSBURGS, .
BULGERS, Ac., Ac.
Black Cloths and Doe Skins,
In furnishing goods we have everything that
Is new and desirable. Cravats, Scarfe,
Ties, and Butterflys, Bilk and Lin
en handkerchiefs, White and
Woolen Shirts-Best*
quality and make.
Oor. Main & Monroe sts.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Undershirts & Drawers
OP EVERY ORADI?.
HALF HOSEiOF ALL KINDS A GRADES.
Our Stock of Clothing Is larger and better
assorted than many Eastern houses.
Wo also keep a lino of Wooolen Shirts, knit
Under Shirts and Drawers, and Knit Jack
ets, which we Job low to the trade. .
Merchant Tailors and Country Merchants
?will find in onr house, at all times a full stock
of goods. SW Examine our stock before pur
n*\nnlng
STEIN BROTHERS,
Noa. 13 nnd 15
8epl7-d&w Corner Main and Monroe Sts.
jgewteg ffiaisttteg.
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 dewed "at Fort Wayne, after active com
petition and a close contest, the Committee,
composed of Thorough Mechanics, awarded
the Wheeler & Wilson
i
The Highest Premium,
AT THE PAIR OP THE
American Institute, New York,
Hie Committee reported:?"The'Wlieeler &
Wilson Sewing Machine mokes the LOCK
STITCH, and ranks highest on account of the
ilastlclty, permanence, beauty, and general
leslrableness of the stitching when done, and
he wide range of Its application."
CALL AND SEE THEM
# in operation at
No, 99 Main Street,
(Two doora above corner Monroe street)
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
oct2-i
T>OOTS AND SHOES.
13 , JOHN H. ROBINSON, .
158 Main street, east side, a few doors north ot
Union street, 1
Sign of the Big Black Boot,
now offers to the citizens of Wheeling, the
largest and best assortment of goodsin his
ine, sni table for fall and winter wear. He
has Just returned from the east, making his
?wSi^ most reliable houses
n Philadelphia, New Yor* and Boston. Hav
ing bought his goods entirely for cash, from
first, honrla It anoktiui l.i?. i_ i? _ a ... I
not to be out-dono by any other establish
ment. Qulc* sales and small profits Is the
motto. Don't fall -t?> call at 158 Main street,
John Bishop's old stand. Beol8
BOOTS & SHOES.
T> PORTER A SONS ANNOUNCE TO
li, their fMends and the 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 they can sell them
goods to better advantage than they can pur
chase in Baltimore or Philadelphia, at No.
135 Main street, Wheeling, W. Va.
octS-dAwSm
REMOVAL.
NESBITT & BRO.
XT AVE REMOVED THEIR TIN A SHEET
XX Iron Ware Manufactory and Bales Room
from their old stand, No. 40 Mam street, Centre
Wheeling, to
No. 33 MONROE STREET,
(between Market and Main streets,)
OC23 WHEELING, W. VA.
P. C. MIUDRETH & BRO.,
53 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
"\TT HOLES ALE DEALERS IN NAIL ROD
W Bar Iron, NatfeLSheet Iron, Wire, Cast
Steel, Window Glass, Printing Paper, Wrap
ing Paper, Plaster Paris, Land Plaster, 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, Ginseng, Scrap Iron, tie. Jyl3
DUCAN, SHERMAN & CO..
BANKERS,!
Corner orpine Alfaaun Sts, K. Y.
IflSUK
Circular Notes and Circular Lot- |
tors of Credit,
For the use af Travelers abroad and In the I
United States, available in all the principal
cities of the world; also, 1
COMMERCIAL CREDITS,
For use in Europe, east of the Cape of Good
Hope, West Indies; South America, and the
United States. sep26-Sm
A Rare Chance for Investment
FOR SALE.
/~VNE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES OF
If land on Steward's Run, known as the Cox
Farm. 2K miles from EUenboro'. Ritchie Co.,
W. Vinrinla,
This land is situated within the great oil
nl( VI ?_ . -* ?
v? vh un> ucnv muriutuuK
oU having been rtraek within the last Ave
months, not flu* from the land.
Title perfect. For farther information In
quire of H. Rosenheim, Parkeisburg, W. Va.,
or to the undenlgned, in Wheeling W. Va..
where plots can be seen at any time.
STEIN BRO'S,. ,
^ Cor. Main an,|
BAR IRON.
I) AH IRON?Round, Tmm 3-16 to 8 In.
J5 ajnare, " x to 3)4 In.
S>ttolengths% ...
?7lvanf?. Amprtram^Wayaeand I
P. C. HILDBETH 4BRO?
5? Main rtreet.
KA boxes gcEd ?ow*grade.
OU FoTMlechcp by
i '?? LBr, Morrison* acq
BDL8. 8TRA.W, RAG 4 WHITE
wrapping Paper, on hand and for
P. C. HIXJJRETH A BRO.
Jm-MO KEGS ASSORTED BIZQ3
at factory Prices.
P. C. HILDRETH A BRO.
KEEP WISE. " T~
^ -,-pTHB MORNING, A LARGE
J. a RHODES.
S AND CAPS.
* brother have jdbt
y Invite the attention of the buy
oc28
C RECEIVED, A FINE
PASSIM ER HA1B.
CEIVED THIS DAY, A LARGE STOCK
r thj, new (trie of Htii
eta HARPER ABRO.
The Latest News.
BY TELEGRAPH.
? " \ :
By the Union line:
Office, comer of Monroe and Water streets.
From Washington.
Fenians in the District of
Columbia.
Wirz and the Divorce Case.
NEW ORLEANS NEWS.
Gov. Parker's Proclamation.
Destitution in Alabama.
Wyoming Hotel Explosion.]
Arrival of Steamer Peruvian.
Jeff. l>i?vis?The Fenian*?Report*
from the Head* of Bureaus?Capt.
Wirt.
New York, November 6.?A dispatch
to the World sayB: Wo have the highest
authority for stating that the Cabinet
has had under consideration for several
days the trial of Jeff. Davis. It *-is
divided as to the course to adopt.
The President was opposed to a trial by
military commission. Definite action
will probably be taken in a few days.
The Fenians in the District of Colum
bia number about 2,000. They have
been actively preparing for the move
ment on foot, purchasing uniforms,
arms, Ac. Yesterday a notice appeared
in the public press signed "Vigilance
Committee," cautioning tho Brother
hood against further action in the an
ticipated movement until they know
more and hear further from the Com
mittee.
The Time** Washington special says
the Secretaries of the several Depart
ments are preparing their annual re
ports. The Postmaster-General will
bring his report down to a later period
than usual, to give an exhibition of the
condition of the Southern mail service
at the present time. Tho postal revenue
in the loyal States for the past year is
greater than of all the States before the
war. General Grant's report, in the
bands of the Secretary of War for the
past few days, has been recalled. Gov.
Holden sent a son of Ex-Senator
Rodgers, of North Carolina, as special
commissioner to Washington?the pur
pose not known.
Wirz denies the charge of embezzle
ment and divorce from his wife in
Switzerland, and says the person re
ferred to is his cousin. Tho report that
the President had issued an order sus
pending the operations of the Freed
men's Bureau in Alabama, is denied ;
also the report of tho suspension of the
sale of horses and materials of war is
untrue.
Important Decision?Postponed?Pont
Office* In the South?Washington
"Sport*.'*
New York, November 0.?Commis
Bioner Rollins, on Saturday, promul
gated the decision that any person, firm
or corporation, who shall manufacture
by machinery, any of the articles ex
empted from excise tax by the 98th sec
tion bo regarded as manufacturers and
liable to take* manufacturers* license.
The Herald's dispatch says Caleb
Cushing's trip to Europe is postponed
till spring. He will then go for the
United States Treasury Department, in
relation to large quantities of libelled
Confederate States cotton, unless the
English Government in the meantime
admits tho claims in the premises.
Tho exhibit made at too Post Office
Department shows the whole number
of post routes restored in the Southern
States to be 241, ombraclng 18,550 miles
service, at a cost to the Government of
eight hundred and ninety-five thousand
seven hundred and ninety-six dollars
less than the contract for the same ser
vico at the outbreak of the rebellion.
The Tunisian Embassy will probably
depart the last of the week.
Captain AIubworth, of tho post ...
Fortress Monroe, is ordered to New Or
leans.
Several Washington sports left for
New York to arrange bets in the prize
fight to come off on the 21st inst., be
tween Elliott and Davis, near this city.
From New Orleans.
New Orleans, October 31.?General
Canby received orders from Washington
to muster out as many negro troops as
can be spared. Several regiments will
soon be disbanded to prevent insubor
dination. General Canby ordered that
they be not allowed to purchase their
weapons. General Fullerton's admin
istration of the Freedmen's Bureau is
generally acceptable and popular. . His
circular is highly praised by the press
In adjoining States.
New Orleans, Nov. 4.?Tho Casson
dria, trom Boston, has arrived.
Cotton, dull; 1,000bales sold at64a65c.
per lb; Exchange Shipping at Now
York, Xc discount.
The State election on Monday promi
ses to be exciting, but no disturbances
are apprehended.
~ Judge A. B. Meek, of Alabama, the
politician, poet and noted chess player,
died recently at Columbus, Miss.
The Mississippi legislature proposes
to sot apart twenty-five per cent of the
public debt to pay the State debt tax to
bo levied for tho support of disabled
confederate soldiers, and to educate sol
diers' children.
Bills introduced compel the railway
companies to have separate cars for ne
groes. _
Funeral of Lieut. Col* Reynold*?The
Steamer Enropn-Oovernor Parker**
Proclamation.
New York, Nov. 0.?Tho funeral of
lit. Col. John C. Reynolds of the Marine
corps, took place yesterday afternoon
in Brooklyn, with ceremonies befitting
the rank of the deceased, and the esti
mation in which he was held.
Passengers on board the Europa, feel
aggrieved at their detention at quaran
tine and have protested, claiming the
detention of the ship unnecessary and
unjustifiable.
Gov. Parker, of New Jersey, has ad
dressed a message to the Mayor of Tren
ton, calling serious attention to the es
tablishment of proper precautionary
measures to prevent the introduction of
pholera into the country. He recom
mends measures to prevent communis
cation with vessels performing quaran
tine and landing persons ana property
from such vessels, and that the indigent
and sick have proper medical treat
ment. With vigorous measures there
is little fear of the spread of cholera this
Church Hatters?Layinf of the Corner
Stone of the Catholic Orphan Asy
lum.
New York, |Nov. 9.?Rev. Morgan
Dix preached a sermon in Trinity
Chapel yesterday, in this city.
He stated that there was perfect unity
between the Nothern and Southern
branches of the Episcopal Church at
their recent Convention in Philadelphia.
The corner stone of the Romain Cath
olic Orphan Asylum* in Brooklyn, was
laid yesterday with imposing cere
monies. Bishop Laughlin presided.
It is estimated that nearly 40,000 peo
ple were present.
? Archbishop McClnskey delivered an
eloquent address at the Roman Catholic 1
Church in Brooklyn yesterday, in cele- j
bration of the festival at St. Charles.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Saulspaugb, of
Rome; New Yqrk, scalded by the stea- \
; mer St. John explosion, are doing well
and there is a prospect of speedy re
covery.
New York, Nov. 6.?The street clean
ing committee met to-day. The Direc
tor says that the. investigation is to be
ended, if the police board should not
'substantiate, the charges which have
been made.
The Commercial's Washington special
^ihe opinion is that all idea of the
trial of Jeff. Davis has been abandoned
and he-will be exiled.
The President is understood to be
sanguine that Southern representatives,
whenver they take the oath, will he ad
mitted toseata in Congress.
Foreign Hews.
! NbwYobk, November 6.?The steam
ship Peruvian from Idvorpool, October
20. via Londonderry 27th, arrived off
this point about 6 o'clock this evening.
The latest via IxmdonderryV'Liver
SkjI, October 27, p. m. The Cotton
rokera' Circular reports sales of cotton
for the week at 41,000 bales, of which
17,000 were to speculators and 1,155 to
exporters. The market opened d?,
but became irregular and Closed lXd.
lower. For American and Brazil au
thorized quotations arc fair?Orleans,
23d. for middling; 22'Ad, for middling
Mobile, and Texas, ltM.Xpr.fturupT.nil;
23Xd. for middling. . The stock.iii Wlri
Is estimated at 303,000 bales, of which
50,000 bales are American. Sales to-day,
Friday, foot up 115,000 bales, the market
closing firm at an advance of Ka
Breadstuff* are still advancing;, prices
are slightly higher. Provisions are
scarce and firm.
LrvEiirooL, October 27th.?The fu
neral of Lord Palmerston is tuking
plaoe to-dny.
A buoy, supposed to be stationary,
was passed in lati .42, long. 40, and is
thought to bo one of the Atlantic Tele
graph buoys.
The Morning Post is apparently go
ing into the opposition, and says the
feeling of the country towards Earl
Russell's ministry will be one of total
apathy. The country will- see little to
praise or condemn. It will be an easy
matter to reconstruct his goveHiijienfc
in the House of Commons, out hp muat
certainly introduce some friendly olo
incnt to retain the majority of the
nominations acquired.
Tho Advertiser thinks it will be im
possible for Gladstone to work tho
House of Commons unless with more
help than is visible.
The Herald says if Russell makes
any radical move tho conservatives
will certainly lose no opportunity to
che^k-mate him. . ,
Satterthwaitea' Circular of the 25th of
October says: ...
The Arcnbishop of Paris was visiting
the Cholera Hospitals.
A Council of Ministers was held on
the 25th.
The bourse on the 25th ult, was flat,
rentes closed at 68f.
The Prince and Princes Napoleon ar
rived at Turin on the 25th ultimo. The
King and Queen of Portugal were ex
pected the same evening. The town
would be illuminated.
Of 65 elections, 00 are known to have
resulted favorably to tho government.
Destitution In Alabama?Proclama
tion by the Mayor of Savannah.
New York, November G.?A meeting
of prominent citizens was held in Wall
street, to-day, for the purpose of hear-,
ing the statement from Gov. Parsons^
of Alabama, and General Swayne, in
.relation to uie condition of the people of
Alabama. It appeared from the state
ment of tho speakers to-day, that one
fifth of the .population of Alabama are
entirely destitute. It is expected that
an organization will be perfected in this
city; and an appeal bo made to the pub
llo to aid the residents of Alabama.
Parsons goes to Boston Immediately,
where a similar appeal will> also be
made. At the meeting to-day; Simon
Draper, Henry "Ward Beecher, Theo.
Tilton, Senator Morgan, General Dix,
Moses Grinneli and others, were pres
ent.
Passengers on tho steamer Atlanta,
have written a lettor stating their dis
belief in the disease oh board being
cholera. . a
The Savannah Herald of the 1st inst.,
has tho following proclamation:
Whereas, The military authority of
the United States has this day relin
quished their authority to the Mayor
and Aldermen of tho city of Savanntili,
except as regards certain alterations to
tho new statute of tho negro, I hereby
issue this, my proclamation, declaring
tho city of Savannah to bo again under
civil authority, and notifying tho citi
zens of Savannah that all ordinances
of the city are hereby revlved-exoopt so
far as they conflict with the new statute
of the negro, and the fines and penal
ties of the law will bo inflicted on .all
those who shall be proved to have vio
lated the law ordinance or any part
thereof, and I exhort all good citizens
to earnestly co-onorato with tho. civil
authorities in maintaining law and or- J
dor in our city.
(Signed) R. D. Arnold,
Mayor.
The Wyoming: Hotel Explosion.
New York, November. 0.?Twenty
two persons were injured by an ex
Slosion at the Wyoming Hotel yester
ay?none seriously, except Cornelius
Stevens, a watchman, who was passing
at tho time. Tho box was lea in the
hotel by a man named Theo. Zero. The
barkeeper, Grogen, and Mr. Werseau,
who moved it out by the building, got
away before it" exploded, and were not
a great deal injured. Zers has been ar
rested. Ho states that he brought tho
box from Hamburg, and it contained
chemical oils, and was entrusted to him
as a specimen for sale by the agent of
the houso of Wilhelm Ree. of this cityw
Zers asserts positively that he never
opened it and knew nothing further of
its contents than stated above when he
left the hotel to board, where he forgot
the box, but subsequently told a man.
named Sehms to get It for him, which
tho latter neglected to do.
??More Abont the Fenians*
Toronto, C. W., Nov. 0.?Tho sensa
tional telegram, from this city, in
reference to the excitement caused by
the Fenians, may be regarded as thd
production of some one with a lively
and excitable imagination, there be
ing no excitement whatever.
The feeling is that the government is
quite able to deal with any Fenian
project that may be hatclieq ,here or
elsewhere.
The Banks here are extra guarded, as
quite a number of daring burglaries
have recently been perpetrated.
The daily papers have occasional
an article on the FenianB of a derisive
character, bevond this thfere are no
signs of the alleged excitement. .
The weather is quite cold and. stormy.
The hurricane last night, it is feared,
did considerable damage to the lake
vessels. j
From Wew York.
New York, November 0.?A captured
blockade runner is being prepared at
the Brooklyn navy yard for the. recep
tion of one hundred, passengers on
board the Atlanta. . ?
A Washington special says the Com
missioner of Patents refused on Satur
day to extend the patent for- a cultiva
tor much used out West. The Com
missioner in his annual report will ask
Congress to withdraw from the Com-,
missioner the power of granting exten
sion patent cases.
Soldiers of the Reserve Corps nearly
all choose to leave the service, and will
bo mustered out accordingly.
New York, Nov. 6.?Havana files per
steamer Columbia, give the particulars
regarding the rebejlionin Jamaica.
The City of Kingston is in ? great. ex
citement, and business is entirely sus
pended. The entire population are
placing themselves in a state of defense;
Immense meetings were held, and en
listing under^orders of the Goyern
mThe rebellion raged with fury in St.
Thomas. In tho east, unprecedent out
rages were committed upon lfvee and
property. Tho volunteers to the insur
rectionary districts were only partially
successful in repulsing, the inaurgents.
Rebel Document*?Mlnsourlans Par
doned.
St. i/ouis, November 0.?A box of
Clalb Jackson's headquarter papers
found at Enfeala, Alabama, ^ was re
ceived at Jefferson City, and turned
over to Adjutant General Simpson.
Among the papers are. Sterling Price s
commission for Jackson as Major Gen
eral of tho Missouri State guai
May 18,1801. Three days after the cap
ture of Camp Jack^n, the Senate Joar
nalof Jackson's bogus legislature at
Neoshe,
o?S?^n, appoinle^tteg^Ato^w
revealing their complicity in Jackaon a
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Have repudiated >hn^S??^il?.Slatos
adopted the anti-alarer^ameSSLn^
tbqr ?m tal<ie tte t?t^fh
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Xjake oS
epr Montr^aV/with t?^?)ner Mag
ley from Welliniit^?? . of
is ashore at Pull p0ft?j ^i.ft"'c80'
is washing over hor ' A ? water
vessel, nam,, u?kn?-?A,'Hrl!? black
Salmon Point, h? m2 ^aahore on
? ?SKSE ?Sf2?d
ar.ia,,a
{^^nfSntin'uM'WhhV?lnP;Jn-"Thp
w shifting to the north a ' *. 0 wind
ashore a nUle e??t ??V A wbooner in
, another on tho north shore?!, "4, "nd
ouscondition, namatkn??P'mri
?ew York'Mufcet.
sfcr^dih,?*?
gate
[email protected] 15 for tS^Io h^H* P"' an<i
closing dull. AVitt???-3x ' J*MurJrtt
*? Western flrni
%n western 92 37UGt2^R ^Ulirnx"
?XyCrid?^5/imin to
nadian Si is "YE?Quiot; On
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AVithouTd?idedthaUBe.,07^rCo,BJf
sssSSSS^aE
to Ricolir'pSrj^^^-QuiutjPor
towsSsSsSsaas
@?I HT14 for mora? ?iSS w.cr; $31 25
-S ?nd *???:* ^"S
and 14^c f? owll I'1"''" mess,
a3#a&3&gMBf
sas,Tjtr^S?is-?
Ntofkirarket.
qi?. i ^KW York Xov. o
to^M^'^s0^8/, "? S" 08 'w Wis
do. 18(H loW-7^/k, .?"i coupons 102^;.
^rie^J^S: ?L,fl5 omi^! "Mi do M
new issne 97l<* TonnooL P?rtiflcates
and Mississippi ????S?#S, ?7?*; ?h,?
preferred ffi^owYnr?,^'S.,K: Erio
hX? M?f Ti ?i. 10I?;
MichlSr,'.
<?X; ToWo iS i?ifed?-^rcfrre3
Preferred TO. om Hnut<? 00; do.
Wew York Mone7^Tkrt.
Ar ' _ Nmv YoRK. Nov. 0.
stendy at^OBKalO0 ^Oom"'" StBrllng
hotter to^Sin. ^"P001 a torthing
PlUlndelpbla Jdarlul.
Vsto exchange ^
- ??*??? ffajrKet.
! Plottr unchanged 1^^?' N?V"
Toledo Market -
Who ., ? ' , Toi-kdo, Not. 6.
Ban iow.?rL?Id white Miehi
^w^'tSSS dCo^1'? Anibcr?l?!
OatsSoloworT' 10 Iower at?8.
*ll?ok??,Hlrt
from fe44X to^B4a?nxfil5eLranK|ng
S?3gsriS?r'Ws=
i?SBS!ffig?fjSas
was injured^ ?red, but no one
S^J|a{baeP??'^LW
ittaiSPEflh ?nt of Inspectors, 4c., to
attend to the oleanliness of the oity.
November 6.?The re
fM"1" ?r tbo baso ball match between
the Atlantic, of Brooklvn and Afho.
Score?Atlantic's27; AUwleUefcat
The schooner* Mornina-SlJi.^,,1 m ?'
E^foes, and some last thei?di?v7IL.>to
saaffss
Nov.~a_H. w
MI IiIjE DO KVI
cotton which Sherman took. Tho^J"
ernor*8 telegram to Washington was
laid before the' ooriventldn, ana pro
duced much laughter.
WA8HiN0T0ifr N0V. 6.?^Col. Geo.'IS.
Croevman has *"
rank of Brevet j
ity and ability v*iu nuiui uo jwiorw
ea the duties of Assistant Quartermas
ter General, during the late rebellion. ?
fPboUgaU Motions.
AUGUSTUS POLLACK,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER?OF
YANKEE NOTIONS,
EMULUH.tFBENCH A^OEMAN
Fancy Goods.
JUST RECEIVED AND'FOR SALE^AT
Pollack's Notion House:
200 dot. Hoop Skirts,
900 " Cotton and Woolen Hosiery.
800 " UIovoh and Gauntlets,
GO ** Jouvln'rt Kid Gauntlet, best ?ood ?
Imported,
1000 u Bpool Cotton,
(00 ttfi. Germ. Linen Thread,
GO do*. Undershirts and Drawon,
40 M Flannel Shirts,
100
100 cases German Pipe Heads.
100 doa. Scrubbing Brushes,
100 " B'Tklng ?
20 original cases, avorted. Toys,
GOO pieces Bonnet and Taflfeta* Ribbons,
20 doa. Ladles' Trimmed Hats,
At prices far below those charged In lsfest
em markets
WPS AUGUSTUS POLLACK.
Hoots and JWiwis.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WXIOIEHAIR.
M'CLELLAN & KNOX
U MAIN ITKCET,
WUBKI.1NU
-yyB HATE Jr?T KECBITED OUR
FALL and WINTER STOCK.
OP
BOOTS AND SHOES
LOWER than the HAKK
QUAUTira can be bought In PHILADEL
PHIA or BALTIMORE.
mh27 M'CLELAN ft KNOX.
TO PRINTERS.
INKS! INKS!
WE have Just received a freeh lot or su
perior IN KM, suitable for Newspaper,
Book and Job Work, to wltlch we desire to
coll the attention of tho trade. Our stock
embraces:
BLACK.
GREEK,
BED,
BLUJfi)
CARMINE,
and TiAKE
I 1ST K S,
' All of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
We solicit orders, rerms Cash.
seplA CAMPBELL* M'DERMOT.
RAVER HATS-IK STORE AND FOR
1?'- an elegant soft beaver hat.
HARPER A BRO.
LACK SOFT FRENCH FELT HATH.?A
,i Jot Just received.
HARPER A BRO.
JOT OPENED THIS DAY A LOT OF RE
SORTE, or steel wire, extension brim, so ft
- for men and boys. HARPER A BRO.
TUST
tJ 80F
hafts foi
Clt&LJEtft'zi11*? RECIVKD, ONE OF
S^n^r^n0^?- CAP?
OcVBi , HARPER A BRO.
Empire caps^-a fine assortment
) ust received. HARPER A BRO.
pHilimEZTB CAF&-A VERY LARGE
AXD FAN
ocra HAH PER 4k BRO.
XT. 8. Sanitary Commission
Army and Nan Claim Agency.
HO CHARGE FOB BESTICCS.
JAMES GILCHRIST, Agent,
Wheeling, W. V?.
Qfltoe. ftrwio'i Room*. Cuttom JToutr.
ri-ulK O. a SANITARY COMMISSION.
X ?e?iring to relieve Sohllera. Hnilorm, and
weir fam life, bom the heavy ex penM. UHlul
ly pakl for the prosecution of soeh claims,
have established this Agency, to collect pen
sions, arrears of pay, bounty and other claims
against the government, tchhout charpr or ex
pen* ofemy idrul \chairxv-r to the claimant*.
On application sent to this Agency, stating
the name and post offl ce add ma of the claim -
vice, and State of the soldier on whose ac
count the claim is made date of dtachanre or
death, the proper blanks will be filled out as
flu- as* possible and ftnwanled to the person
hopregenugto. ntyl
150 ao"
GO Barrels,
New Mackerel.
~ ~ 8, medium.
. FNos.aAS._.
50 half " No. *, medinm.
}"? Kit^ NoaltfviSjSr
100 Boxes Scotch Herring!
Justreoeivedby
odSS LIST. MORRI8QN A Oo.
HKIBT ROLDEIfl, .
ASSra^^v^E?NEW9rTLE
A. D-NICOLLAP^
? Va
A ?w?5??.JnSa5L 0l* CALIFORNIA
?51toT(Suwfi?a'- "nd KMT W*nd
mMn 5sg?i?e^ S&g*1
WAXHITOTOX mu.rutiiK.
100??S^,SE?g[OTON
? K- J. SMYTH.
PLASTER PAR1H.
in
P. a HILDRETH A B

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