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JOHN T. LAJQN & CO.
FALL & WINTER
Stock of Goods
FOR MEN'S WEAR..
??N-1
Frenoh,
English
and
German |
CLOTHS.
French,
English,
and
Amerioanl
COATIKGS.
French,
English,
Sootoh
and
American |
C assimeres.
BEATEBS & OVBBCOATQfGsl
Of the following makes.*
Schiilees,
Simonies,
Kippers,
Wolflnm .
VESTDJGS, aid Johanies. |
Velvet,
Cashmere
and
Silk. I
CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES.
Shirts of the Best Make & Quality.
Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk
Under Shirts and Drawers.
Linen and Silk Handkerchiefc.
Gloves of every Description,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN.
Cotton & Merino Half Hose.
n^aitSwi,^mlne oureiouk betoreporchaa
j'oitsr t. i.akin ? co.,
ocK>?"M MOnK>e stree'. Wheeling, W. Va,
Thoo. P. Thomas. Hkjtrt Stuhoeow j
NEW FIRM.
todersioned having prm.
chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mn
RjSenseuey A Co., beg leave to ln
rt?!n?,5iof l.he 8tore Rtld the pub
aPr,r^fuT^rS'^^^oTi,lhrUln0eS'
THOMAS, STURGEON & CO.
We have Jott opened a large mock or
Dress Groods,
NEW AND DESIRABLE.
Comprising many rich
reas Silks, Merinos, Repps, All Wool Do
Lalns, Black and Colored Alpacas,
Thibet Cloths, Poplins, Ginghams,
De Loins, Prints, 4c., Ac.
lso, Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths, All Wool
Shawls, Long and Square, Small Wool
Shawls, Black Shawls, Ac., Ac.
rown and Bleached Muslins, 5-4 and 1(M
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.
Indies Silk, Merino and Cotton Hose,
mbroldered Collars, Insertlngs, Hoop Skirts,
Bran era* Balmoral Skirts, French
Corsets, best make.
Flannels and Casslmers tor Boy's wear, Ac.
rgestlot of FI7B8 in the city Just opened
are especially invited to call and
ook over our Stock of Goods.
THOMAS, NTURGEON A COM
Successors to
W. B. SENSENEY A CO.
epl2
Landreth's Garden Seeds. ,
rpHE UNBERMGNED HAVE MADE AR- I
wicuavovniere irom AinrKet uardeners and
furnish the bill direct from Landreth A Son.
AH who may favor us with their patronage
may depend npon 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 npon all the im
portance of sending in their orders early.
GORRELL A CO.,
ocSS Cor. of Market and Quincy Sts.
TOBACCO. ?
rflHE FOLLOWING FAVORITE AND
_L standard brands constantly on hand:
BLACK TOBACCOS.
Russell's 10's in butts.
Cleopatra 10*s in butts.
Old Buck IS sin caddies.
Half Dime 22'* in caddies.
Lynchburg Twist 22's Half Drum.
Navy l'sand %'s butts and coddles.
BRIGHT TOBACCOS.
Royal Gem in butts.
GofaeA Star in butts.
Old Buck K*s in caddies.
Lilly Belief's M
.. m 10lB r?
Galltorala Golden Roll 22-8.4 lb boxes.
octia PRYOR, HANDLAN A CO.
FURNITURE.
mHB UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY j
X lntorm the public that they are mi
taring and have constantly on hand an
slve Sock of all kinds of Furniture, u.?..?*.
Glasses and everything usually found in a
Furniture Wareroom.
Work made to order and Jobbing done on
short notioe. '
They are also prepared to pay PROMPT and
particular attention to the
Undertaking Business,
in all Its branches, keeping on hand a general
assortment of COFFINSof all sizes, covered
and plain trimmed in the best style, With
hearse and usual attendances. Also
FISH'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
which tor ordinary interment, depositing In
vaults and transportation, they haveno rival.
WM. ZINK A SON,
No. 75 Main Su, Centre Wheeling, ,
A few doors above Reed A Kraft's Drug
Store, west side. mjaMm
SYBUPS AID MOLASSHi.
OA BBLS. HAVEMYER'S NEW YORK.
Oil 23 bbls Philadelphia Refinery.
SO bbls Bee Hl^eT
23 bbls Porto Rico Molasses. ;
5 bbls New Orleans Molasses. Receiv
ed and for sale by -
sepSO LIST, MORRISON * CO.
? <,
/CHOICE AND . WELL SELECTED
Oolong Teas, ?
oeua ""r&Y&K'H andlan * co
, Cash for Grain.
suBscamraa will pay cash
JL for grata dellverwl at their \rarehoose,oor
ner of Market and Qnlncy streets.
"*? OOBRKLL A CO.
Ctoaktae Cloths at ?s OO.
OA PIECES ALL WOOL BLACK FRENCH
Av Oou* M.JS Wopiy. J ?, RHODES, i
%tVStXt\S. ,
Second Fall Stock! 1
J. T. SCOTT & CO,
IziTlt* Attention to Tbelr ia?w
**?*? Stock or
Watches, Clocks,
AND JHWiUiBT;
Solid Silver Ware.
Pine Silver Plated Ware,
WATCH & CLOCK MATERIALS,
AND TOOLS,
Fancy Goods, Notions, &o.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
??"Oidera from dealers and the trade will |
reoelve careful and prompt attention.
J. T. SCOTT A CO.
SCOTT & HENNEGEN,
No. 31 Fifth Street, Pitsburgh, Pa., |
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, |
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS*
Watch and Clock Materials, Tools, Ac. j
octia-tf
M. C. Leech & Co.,
Abneb Key. John L. Rice.
No. 113 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.,
Wholesale and Retail
CLOTHING HOUSE,
AND FASHION A BUt
Constantly on hand, a. large and select assorts
ment or
Ready Made
CLOTHING
Made Equal to Custom 'Work.
? ' ' . . . i
ALSO,
SHIRTS,
UNDER-SHIRTS
HOSIERY.
DRAWERS, -
HANDKERCHIEFS,
CRAVATS,
TIES,
GLOVES,
COLLARS,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OP
Cloths, Cassimeres,
AND
VESTINaS,
Selected expressly for
CUSTOM WORK,
And will be receiving dally new addition*
from the East to oar well-selected stodc.
nov4-flm ?
gEC^SD STOCK OF
Wall Paper & Borders
JUST OPENED BY
fjoseph- Gravee,
No. 30 Monroo street.
Oc2$ . . ' .
WA OA8E8 DRAKE'S PLAUTATIO!
I O Blttexs. 76 Cases Hostettert Stoinad
Bitten. GO Caaes Kabbel's Golden Rltt?erfc
25 Oases ChaxteS* London OcmUal Gin. at
McCARE, KRAFT ACO H
Mart and RKEdTkRAFTAC
20,000 Apple Trees,
WITH A LABQE ASSORTMENT O]
Fruit, Ornamental Shade Trees, lira
greens, to, fa., si Greenwood Nureery.
A. H. HUSSElf,
oclO-lm? ; Mt, Pleasant, Jefltaaon Cot,-Oh*
vl?
IJ8T. MORRra6N A -CO,
SlwfiBtrt fcanmrfttfl.
1865 1865
TBOXAS E. BRANS. H. GUQOKNHXnCBB
SECOND STOCK
OP
Fall Winter Goods
AT
Stein Brothers
Nos. 13 and 16
Cor. Alain A Monroe HU.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
CH3NCHLLA3,
ESKIMOS,
CASTORS,
ENGLISH ELYSIANS,
ENGLISH MELTONS,
ENGLISH TRICOTTS,
WHITNETS, Ac., 4c., for
Over Coats.
FRENCH,
ENGLISH.
SCOTCH, and
AMERICAN,
Plain and Fancy Casaimeres for
Pants and Vesta.
VELVET, SILK and
CASHMERE VESTINGS.
Some Rioh 4c Handsome Patterns.
SIM0NIA8.
STCJRSBURGS,
HILGERS, Ac., Ac.
Black Cloths and Doe Skins,
In tarnishing goods we have everything that
la new ana desirable. Cravats, Scarffc,
Ties, and Butterfly*, 811k and Lin
en handkerchiefs, White and
Woolen Shirts- Best!
quality and make.
Undershirts & Drawers
OP EVERY GRADE.
HALF HOBE..OF ALL KINDS A GRADES.
Our Stock or Clothing Is lancer and better
assorted than many Eastern houses.
We also keep a line of Wooolen Shirts. Knit
Under Shirts and Drawers, and Knit Jack
?ts, which we Job low to the trade. ;
Merchant Tailors and Country Merchants
will And In our house, at all times a full stock
of goods. Examine our stock before pur
Chasing.
STEIN BROTHERS,
Nos. IS nnd IB
sepl7-ddkw Corner Main and Monroe Sts.
?tfaml>oatis.
Tor Lower Ohio, Cairo and St. Louis
^ The fine steamer NEW STATE,
hCapt. Jno. M'Clure,Jr.,wlU leave as
above this day positively, at 12 o'
For freight or passage apply on board or to
nov9-lt BOOTH, BAWELLE A CO.
Regular Plttabnrg and Parkersburg
Packet.
1Tlii fast running packet BAYARD
p Moore. Master, leaves Wiieeung
fcoverv Monday and Thursday at 9
_ jlock p.m. Leaves Parkersburg for Plttsbnig
every Wednesday and Saturday at 10 o'clock
1. m.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
oc23 J. MANNER A CO., Agents.
Regular Pittsburgh, JVheelliif and
Psrkenbnrv Packet,
The New tnd Elegant Passenger
I Steamer FOREST CITY, Captain
I John Gordon, A. R. Bunting CI Tc,
.ittsbuxgh for Parkersburg every
Wednesday and Saturday at 12 M.: leaves
Wheeling for Parkersburg every Wednesday
and Saturday at 12 P. M.; leaven Parkersburg
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
PTmm by BOOTH, BATTELLE A CO..
augl7-tf , Agents.
H. H. It ? E, Iff. D.t
Physician, Siteon & Accouclieur,
OFFICE AND KESIDKNCK,
No. as Cor. Hill Alley and BKaln St.,
CENTRE WHEELING,
Where he may be found at all times unlet
professionally absent.
Dr. Lee 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
1, (the last two years of which has been in
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 a
lary In the treatment of many din ,
acute and chronic, to which he would invite
lary in the treatment of many diseases, 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 Opthalmic
same, in strict accordance with the latest and
most approved scientific methods of the pres
ent
Dr. Lee cures Cancers, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia and diseases of the Eye, Ear, Liver
Complaint^Nervous Debility,Fever and Ague,
and all of the various and painful dise
whlcu 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 tbe different forms of Club
Foot, by an operation which is attended with
no danger, and with bat little pain.
Private diseases speedily and permanently
red. Treatment?new, sate and reliable.
Dr. Lee will give two hours every Wednea
.iay and Saturday afternoons to the treatment
q.* those who are unable to pay.
Vxroraat?Prot John M. Scudder, Cin
Dr. liobt. Neurton, N. Y. Clty. _
Besides n.imeroos testimonials from persons
who have be^?n cui?d bTme, and ray Bird?
i*an basee?i in my office. octio
Boots and Shoes
y
A. T
ZRechiceci JPrices j
mHK SUBSCRIBER, WITH A VIEW TO.
1 quitting buslneB, will, from this date until
the first or January, dispose of his largo and ]
varied stock at greafly reduced prtoss. !
Country Hercluuitc will find it to their:
Interest to give me a calL A splendid oppor
tnnltyls now offered to anyone wishing to
engage In the BOOT and SHOE business, ss
the stand I occupy is the oldest and best in
thedty. JNO. ANDERSON.
tov$-2m Sign of the Big Red Boot.
DERFUUED GLYCERINE.?FOR THE
X prevention and cure of chapped hands and
Ups. Sold at E. Bocklng^s Oddrellow's Hall
Drug8tore. nov4
11808' CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.-FOR
_ the cure or Coughs, COkls, Bronchitis and
au affections of the throat and lungs. Call
and get a circular at 'Booking's Odd Fellow's
HallDrug store. " nov4
BREAKFAST.
Q DOZEN LADIES'HAND MADE BREAK
O ftet Shawls; 4 .dozen Philadelphia made
Brea>^NSt Shawls; 4 dozen Ladles' French
Concert Hoods. Also, common Hoods, fine
Nnbia Scarft, Ac. , J. 8. RHODES
New Fork and Wheeling.
1 A A !OT Sm? NEW YORK MADE
efaesp.
I have employed a first daw cloak maker,
jul can tarnish any kind of cloaks to order.
aovS' ~V * '* J. B. RHODES. , ,
r great iadaoementstoj
getting parMnejj.
AT THE
Michigan State Fair,
JUBT CLOSED,
WHEELER & WILSON'S
awarded tlie Hlghart Premium u the
"BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE."
AT THE
[ndiana State Fair
rmt doeed rat Fort Wayne, altar active com
letltlon and a clone contest, tlie Committee,
nmpoeed at Thorough Mechanics, awarded
he Wheeler ft Wilson
rhe Highest Premium. I
AT THE FAIR OF THE
Mean Institute, New York,,
The Committee reported:?1"The Wheeler 4 J
Vilson Sewing Machine makes the IjOCK- 1
ITITCH, and remit highest on account of the t
lflJrticlty, permanence, beauty, and general 8
leslrableness of the stitching when done, and !
tie wide range of its application." *
CALL AND SEE THEM
in operation at
No. WO Main Street.
{Two door* above corner Monroe street.)
WM. SUMNEH & CO.,
octal
DOOT9~AND"8HOBj7
p JOHN H. ROBINSON, .
58 Main street, east side, a few doors north ot
Jnlon street,
Sign Of the Big Black Boot ,
tow offers to the citizens of Wheeling, tlie 1
argeet and best assortment of goods in his
Ine, suitable for fall and winter wear. He
las Just returned from the east, maJHng 1 *
iwn selection from the most reliable houix*.
n Philadelphia, New Yor* and Boston. Hav
ng bought his goods entirely for cash, from
I ret hands, it enables him to sell at the very
ro^lft^elS^^^SlidSSSlnrt
lot to be out-done by any other establlsh
nent. QulcJfc sales and small profits Is the
notto. Don't fall to call at 158 Main street,
Tohn Bishop's old stand. seDl8
BOOTS & SHOES. ,
[> PORTER A SONS ANNOUNCE TO
L\(. their friends and the public, that their |
rail Stock of Boots and Shoes are now full
ind complete. They respectfully Invite mer
?hants and others visiting our city to rIv
hem a call, believing they can sell them .
foods to better advantage than they can pur
chase In Baltimore or Philadelphia, at No.
185 Maln street, Wheeling, W. Va.
oct3-dAw3m
REMOVAL.
NESBITT & BRO.
O" AVE REMOVED THEIR TIN A SHEET
JlI Iron Ware Manufactory and Sales Room
rom their old stand, No. 48 Main street, Centre
Wheeling, to
Wo. 33 MONBOB 8THEET,
(between Market and Main streets,)
OC23 W HEELING, W. VA.
DUCAN, SHERMAN & CO..
BANKERS
Corner of Pine A BTassan 8(8, Jf. Y.
issue
Circular Notes and Circular Let-1
ten of Credit,
For the nse af Travelers abroad and in the
United States, available in all the principal
cities of the world; also,
COMMERCIAL CREDITS,
For use in Europe, east of ibeOape of Good
Hope, West Indies; South America, and the
Ublted States. sep?-8m
A Rare Chance for Investment)
FOR SALE.
/7VNE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES OF
VjlanAon steward's Run; known as the Oox
Farm, miles from EUenboro', Ritchie Go,
W. Virginia.
This land Is situated within the great oil
belt of West Virginia, In Ritchie county, and
developments are being successfully made all
around It. Good wells of the best lubricating
oil having been struck within the last five
months, not fbrftom the land.
Title perfect. For farther information in*
quire or H. Rosenheim, Parkereburg, W. Va.,
or to the undersigned, in Wheeling, W. Va^
where plots can be seen at any time.
, STEIN BRO'S,.
-?Mt 00rM"n"'d^Sgagt^.
BAR IRON.
BAB IRON?Round, from 8-18 to 8 In.
Sep* "
OvaL ? Htol?tS
HjdfOval" S to 2^ In.
Cut to lengths Ibr T3re.
Hoop, ~ IK to Sin.
From Pennsylvania, American, Wayne snd
SIIko Mills, PlfttbQTK.
novas p. oT HiLDRETH abiux,
_? 88 Main street.
Kfl BOXE8 GOOD lSw?ORADE.
OU For sale cheap '
OcSM
WRAPPING PAPER.
1 AAA BDLS. - STRAW, RAG A WHITE
Faj^cg^d ^dmr
XTAILB.?600 KEGS ASSORTED SIZES
JM alPaocory FUw -
IK . P. q HTLDRETHABRO.
' KEEP WARM. ' '
"DECEIVED THIS MORNING, A LARGE
Xi/ stock of extra large and cheap B<-d Blan
keULalso common dark Army Blankets.
ocM j. S. RHODES.
HATS AND CAPS.
fARPER A BROTHER HAVE JUBT
I been receiving a very hues stock of Hats
Cap*. Ibr theFall and Winter trade, to
? jkihthiy invite the attention of the buy
ing public. ocas
QHiK HATS.?JUST RECEIVED, A FINE
Ossscwlxnentofsllk bats of the latest style.
CASSIMER HATS.
RECEIVED THIS DAY, A LARGE STOCK
tof the new style of SMStngnrHsta.
JiARPKR ABRO.
The Latest News.!
BY TBl^EORAPH.
B7 the Union Line: ~~
Office, corner Of Monroe and Water streets. |
THE ELECTIONS.
More Union Victories.
From Washington.
Repudiation of the War Debt ]
by Georgia.
Preparation for Execution of |
Captain Wirz.
ARRIVAL OF THE CUBA.
Another Revenue Decision.
I
ELECTION NEWS.
Hew York City.
Nhw York, Nov. 8.?Lent, Ropub-1
lean, is elected Senator in the 6th dis
:rict. Murphy. Republican, In the 7th
listrict. v 1
Buffalo, Nov. 8.?The entire Repub
lican ticket in Erie county and Bulfalo
:ity is elected, except Gen. Rogers,
Democrat, (for Comptroller, and the
Democrats claim the election of Wil
liamson by about 20 majority to the As
lembly.
Cleveland.
Clevelakd, Nov. 8.?100 guns arel
sow being fired in honor or the late |
jlection victories.
Chicago, Nov. 8.?The county elec-11
ion of this State yesterday, resulted as <
far as heard from, with few exceptions, 1
in the success of the Republican can- <
lidates. The Republican majority of!
this county approximated 5,000.
Trenton, ST. J. H
Trknton, N. J. Nov. 8.?Ward's offi- I.
;ial majority in this State will not vary | J
nuch from 2,000 to 2,500. The next j
Legislature will stand as follows:
[Jzkion majority in thoSenate 1; Assem- |,
Jly 10. ;
Newark, IT. jr. IJ
Newark, Nov. -8.?Ward (Rep.) has
"rom 2,000 to 2,500 majority in this State,
'or Governor, which is a gain of nearly 1,
0,000 over McClellan's vote last year, j
Che Republicans have 10 majority in e
he House and one majority in the Sen- t
ite. The election of Ward secures the E
ippointment of a Republican as olerk fi
n Chancery and Supreme Court and a \
>art of other positions. The bells |j
ire ringing out their rejoicings over the ]
esult.
Detroit, Ml eti.
Detroit, Nov. 8.?W. J. Mills, Dem- I e
?crat, elected Mayor by 900 majority. J1
Gov. Crosse has appointed December
th as a day of Thanksgiving.
Mobile, Ala.
Mobile, Ala., Nov. a?The election I
n this city yesterday passed off quietly. ^
Phe following candidates have oertainly s
eceived majorities, but they cannot be 1
flven, as yet, as the full returns are not }
ret in: Bulger, for Governor; Langdon, j
or Congress; Sage, for State Senator, a
ind Grant, McKlngsley, Clark, Tomp-1
tins, and Grinnell fbr members of the J
Assembly.
St. Papl, Minn. I a
St. Paul, Nov. 8?p. m.?Returns, 1c
ilowly received, indicate that Marshall, I *
republican, has a large majority in the 1
itate. {
The town of Stillwater gives Rice. 1
Democrat, for Governor, 8 majority, and a
igainst the amendment, 84.
Minneapolis gives 150 majority fori
^vRnona gives Marshall a majority of
100, and 71 againBt the amendment.
Foreign New*?Additional Per Steam* I (
er Cuba. J ^
Nbw York, Nov. 8.?London Money
Market?Money is fnir and in demand,
he bank rates remaining at 7 per cent.
The Bank and Stock Exchange were
dosed on the 27th. ,. 11
The Daily News says the favorable M
sank returns had inspired new confi- j
lence in financial circles, although ,
here was not enough business to test ?
the extent of the improvement. .
Liverpool Produce Market?The h
Brokers' Circular reports ashes active j
ind advanced Gs; pots, [email protected]; pearls,
[email protected] Sugar quiet and steady. Cof- J <
fee steady. Rice firmer and activo. ,
Petroleum quiet at 2a [email protected] 8d for re
ined. I ]
London Markets?Breadstufls firm.
Wheat tlrm and advanced Is. Sugar
riulet and steady. Coffee steady. Tea
active and firm. Rice firmer. Petro-1
Leum dull at 2s [email protected] 8d for refined.
ILrVBRrooL, Saturdat Evening, I
Oct. 28.?Cotton sales to-dajfhave been
10,000 bales, market dull and declined
yesterday's advance is nearly
tost. Breadstufis?Market buoyant
with an advancing tendency. Pro
visions firm but dull. Produoe Arm.
Ashes firm, while other articles are
quiet and steady,
London, Satobdat Evknino, Oct.
28.?Consols closed at 88J4 for money.
The weekly Liverpool cotton market
was received per steamer Peruvian.
The market for goods and yarns is very
dull, and the advance at Liverpool had
no effect,
Liverpool Breadstufis Market.?Rich
ardson, Spence A Co., and others, re- 1
port flour firm and advanced Is per bar*
rel. Wheat firmer and advanced 2aSd 1
per cental; winter red 9s lOdalOs 4d.
Corn firmer and advanced 6d per quar- I
ter; mixed 20s a 20s fid. The above ad
vances in quotations have taken place
since Tuesday's markets.
Liverpool Provision Market. ?Big
land, A. Co. report beef firm and inac
tive. Pork?market bare. Bacon is
scarce and firm, and new arrivals selll
freely. Lard quiet and steady; the sup-1
ply is very scarce. Cheese quiet and
steady. Butter firm and advanced 2d. 1
LATEST.
London, 28th.?Evening.?The news I
to-day is unimportant.
Two French frigates leave Toulon to
day to bring home a portion of the
French troops in the Roman States. The
second brigade returns to Franoe next
spring. I
The ? Spanish Ministers are said to
have declared that they cannot sanc
tion the revision of the constitution as
proposed by the Committee of the Rigs-1
raad.
American Stocks opened fiat, but
cloned rather better.
tbe EncnUu of Wlr?? Int.i (wtl?
.ml. uuMl-Xndl I'n.nnonafNl. I
Wahknoton, Nov. 8.?Lewis Schade,
counsel for Capt. Win, had an inter-1
view with the President to-day In aocor
dance with a previous arrangement, for
the purpose of asking for a commuta
tion of the sentence. He mentioned as
one of the reasons for his request that
the prisoner was very feeble, and ap
pearances Indicated that he (would not
live six months longer, therefore, the
cftuntry could well afford to let him die
six months later without banging him.
The President being surrounded by a
large number ,of visitors, Mr. Schade
did not consider it proper to ask for a
direct answer, thinking it possible that
some additional Cuts might come to the.
knowledge of the President before Fri
day, which might induoe him to extend
the desired Executive clemency. He
left with the President, however, a short
statement with the reasons on which he
based the application. The President
received the paper and promised to ex
amine it*
Win remarked to hla counsel to-day
that he was not very well In body, and
quite feeble, he therefore, feared that
he could not walk to the place of execu
tion with a steady step, and that this
might be interpreted aa a sign of,fear or
guilt.
When, this morning, he aaw work
men balding the gallows It astonished
him. He said that he did not shudder,
but this was owing to the fact that he
felt Innocent of the crime with which
lljs ^aa charged.
? IimUm nriZ]
ration Visit t*e Preside**.^ 1
B?wuu ?ui> uermMwl.
Washington, Nov. 8.?-This morning
Et delegation of Fox Indians visited the
President in company with Judge
Dooley, Commissioner of Tndlan Af
fairs, and Superintendent Sells; 'The
[ndians were severally introduced to
the President, when one of the chlefe
said that they had heard of their great
Gather, and had very much desired to
see him. The President replied that he
was glad to' moot and receive thorn.
His object would be to cultivate peace
ind friendship, and he hoped the Gov
irnment would be met in a correspond
ing spirit' on their part, "and amlcabta
relations which should exist ^between
;he Government and those here repre^
tented be cultivated. They should be
nade to see to the interests of all con
cerned. He would spare no pains to see
Jiat their interests are promoted and
themselves secured and protected in
.he engagement of all their rights.
Provisions would be made for them
while here, and they would be enter
tained in a manner suitable and fitting
:o their condition, and he hopod that
when they left here they would take
with them.the best wishes and feelings
>f the President towards them. Com
missioner Cooley explained to the Pres
dent that the Sacs and Foxes were lo
?ted in Kansas, and by treaty of 1842,
bey were granted an annuity of $51,000
The Sacs were largely in minority, aiid
lumber two-thirds of the Confederate
Tribe. The Indians here represented
iOmplain that thev have not l^pd their
rights. Many of them have never left
heir homes in Iowa, while others have
?eturned thither from Kansas. These
:hiefs ask that there be a division of an
luity and land. The President said he
vould again see them,and alter hearing
he facts, he would be prepared to do
vhat is right. Ho hoped some arrange
nent would bo made which wouldprove
latisfactoryjto them.
Prom New York?Counterfeit Legal
Tender Notes?The Cholera?Gov.
Cnrtln 111?A Proclamation from the
President-*?Hurricane in Cuba
Barbarities at St. Thomas.
New York, Nov. 8.?Counterfeit fifty
lollar legal tender notes are in circula
ion in this city?a very clever imita
lon of the genuine, experts being de
rived, But two deecrepanoes between
ho notes are apparent to the public
tye.
Gov. Curtin has been lying seriously
11 in this city since Sunday. His
ihyslcians renort him ho??o. ?? J?
?tcli says the President wi&"issuoa
>reclamation declaring the restoration
tf peace before the meeting of Congress.
Joe Johnson is coming to Washing
on to organise an agency for his Ex
?ress.
Albert Pike is in Washington.
Havana dates of the 28th states that
he severe hurricane of tho 22d and 23d
aged with great force all over tho
sland and in Havana harbor. The
treets of the city were filled with water
o the depth of three feet. The pas
engors of the steamer Columbia pre
ented Capt, Barton with u gold watch
or saving that vessel and their lives
rom destruction on the passage from
few York.
The barbarities practiced in St.
Thomas, Jamaica, are confirmed. The
uthorities hanged about forty culprits.
?he city is under martial law. .
leneral Briscoe?Internal Be venue
Decision.
New York, November a?TheTimes'
Washington special says Gen. Briscoe's
entence will be promulgated to-day.
t is understood he will be dismissed
he servico and his imprisonment ad
udged by court martial be remitted on
-ccount of services.
The Commissioner of Internal Rev
nuehas decided that inasmuch as there
3 a doubt in relation to the proper con
traction of tho law requiring a return
f gross receipts from hackmen nnd
artmen, such return will not hereafter
>e exacted, but for the present no taxes
1 ready paid will be refunded. Claims,
i^oweverj for abatement will be con
Gen. Hoffman, commissary of prison
re, ^relieved. Gen. Hitchcock suc
Gen. Longstretn uhu ait
rith the President yesterday; he also
ook the amnesty oath.
Pardon applications are on llie in
reaso Four hundred wore received
'esterday from Georgia, and two hun
Ired from North Carolina.
New York Hems.
Nkw York, Nov. 8.?Tho throats of
mnishment of State Banks converted
nto National Banks, for a violation of
aw in the circulation of their old State
tapers, as well as National notes, is
gradually removing the evil.
Tho Tunisian embassy left Washing
on for Philadelphia yesterday morn
ng.
John Mitchell arrived in this city yes
erday, and took the oath of a loyal
jitizen.
It is officially stated from the rolls in
possession of the government, that Gen.
Lee's army at the time of surrender
inmbered 28,000 mon, and that of Jolin
iton's 87,000.
Yesterday the Secretary of War or
lered the suspension of government
aospitals ready for use in anticipation
>f the visitation of cholera.
The New York Postmaster announces
:hat hereafter tho mail from that city
for New Orleans, will be forwarded by
rail. Nothing to bo sent by sea.
Com. Craven's Trial?Pardon or an
Alabama Pirate Engineer.
Washington, Nov. 8.?The trial of
Commodore Craven was resumed to
day before the Farragnt court-martial
?the accused pleading not guilty to the
charges and specifications. . Several
naval officers,who visited the Stonewall
after she had surrended, were examin
ed on the part of the prosecution rtrto
build, armament and lighting capacities
of that vessel.
Chlef.engineer Truman of the pirate
Alabama has been pardoned on the
recommendation of Captain Wlnslow,
also John Delrue, rebel paymaster.
Gen. Longstreet and Albert Pike were
at the Attorney General's office to-day.
Various Items.
New York, Nov. 8.?Two men were
killed at the Railroad crossing in Jer
sey City to-day by a train passing.
The Commercial's Washington special
dispatch says:
The rumor that the French Minister
bad demanded his passports is untrue.
The results of the various elections
produce great emotion among jthe
Republicans.
The Post's Washington special says:
In nearly every county In Maryland
the Union candidates are elected.
Mr. Schade, counsel for Wirz, is im
portuning thqPresidentto commute the
sentence of death. It is probable that
ho will be successful.
Nkw York, November 8.?The steam
er Zodiac, from Savannah on the 4th,
brings the Herald of that date.' Savan
nah merchants are aboutsending North
for a steam fire engine. The Herald's
price current states that cotton isde
Sressed and declined la2c, and mid
ling is quoted at 63c. Dry fcttods are
active in the interior, and a florid trade
is springing up. The receipts of cotton
for the week are 6,600 bales. A: dis
patch from Augusta to the Herald states
that the river is rising. A fUll report
of the State Convention in. the Herald
shows a strong feeling prevailing among
the members In. favor of adopting the
State war debt. Sevsral strongspeechos
having been made against,repudiation.
A Balloon Bridals
Nkw York, Nov.*. 8;?The balloon
bridal, contemplated far a longtime,
takes place to-day. The parties are
Miss Mary West Allen, orsL Louis,
and Dr. J. F. Boynton, of Syracuse.
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel J. M. Cur
tis,-of the 11th infantry, publishes a
card denying the statement relating to
the Mrs. Douglas transaction in the
purchase of abandoned and confiscated
rebel property. She has never even
held a treasury permit to.purchaae, and
has neyer been connected with any per
son engaged in such transaction.
' : If .f, .
Chicago, Nov. 8.?Singer, Af Co.'s
Packing House, on Kingsbery street,
was destroyed by fire last night. Lost
185,000, insured tor nearly that amount;
Bufpalo, Nov.' 8-~The bark Gceat
West No. 2. laden with corn, is ashori
on the Colchester reef, about 20 mllec
below Detroit.
Hew York Harkd.
Kuw Yoke, Not. 8.
Cotton?Heavy, and [email protected] lower, at
[email protected] for middling, chiefly at 62c.
[email protected] better, and more doing;
t&[email protected] 60 for extra State) *U 15Q9 35 for
common to good shipping branua It. IT.
O., and *040? 12.25 for trade .brands,
market closing, doll and drooping.
Whwjcxvt?(Iftrmr .Western at $2 40.
Whrat?2c better and more active;
$1 [email protected] 82 for Chicago spring; f 1 70?
1 83 for Mil waukoo cIud; 31 [email protected] 85 for
amber Milwaukee; $2 25<?>2 30 for old
winterrddweeternr$2 SO for good while
western. Kyb?Firm; Canada at 1 16?
.120. Babuby- Mavt?Quiet. Cork?
lc better; 83<a89e.for unsound; 90^91
for sound mixed Western, the latter an
extreme, closing dull. Oats?Heavy'
for unsound and a shade Armor for
sound, at 4G<s50c for the -former and
65<a59o for the latter. Coffee?Firm.
SuoAit?Steady; Cuba Muscovado 13&
@15e; Havana, part at 14o and the re
mainder on private terms. Moi^asses?
Quiet and Arm. Petroleum?Firm at
86X?87Xc for crude; 57Xati0o for ro
Aned in bond, and 76Ka70c fordo.)Treeu
Wool?Dull. Pork?Firm; 332 37}*@
32 76 for mess, closing at 332 50 cash, and
27 75a28 00 for prime mess; also 1230
bbls mess, Nov. delivery, at 32 25a32 60.
Beef? Qnlet; [email protected] fbr plain mess and
[email protected] for extra mess. BkefH Axs-Flriu.
Bacon?In demand at 20KC- Cut
Meats?Dull at 15}[email protected] for shoulders,
and [email protected] for hams. Lard?Steady
at [email protected]?c. Buttkb?In demand at
[email protected] for Ohio and [email protected]>5c for State.
Cheese?Firm at 14)4aH?c. FRKiauTO
to liTVERPOOL?Shade Armer. I
New York Money and Slock Market
New York, Nov. 8.
Mosey and Gold?Monoy active and
firui at 7 per cent. Sterling Exchange
dull and heavy at 10S%al08K. Gold
dull and lower, opening at 147X. de
clining to 146X, and closing at
Government Stocks a shade lower;
1 year certificates 97-tf; Treasury 7-30w
97; 6s of *81, coupons, 106; 6-20 coupons
102K; 10-40 coupons 92.
Stocks?Heavy; Cleveland <Sr Pitts
burgh WX; . Jforth western 32#; do.
Sref'd 66; Toledo 103; Prairie du Chien
>; Tol. & Wabash 53: Torre Haute nrfd
77; Canton 46; Buffalo A Erie 96; 6liio
& Miss, cert's 29K
Otweco Market.
Osweoo, Nov. 8.
Flour unchanged; sales of 1800 bbls
at 9 00 for No. 1 spring; 10 50 for red
winter; 11 50 for white; 12 50 for XX.
Wheat Arm but qulot; 5600 bu at 2 51K,
and 8500 bu No. 2 Chicago spring at
1 50. Corn scarco and quiet; small
Bales of Illinois, to arrive, at 77c. Oats
Bcarce and nominal. Barley inactive.
Rye quiet at 95c for Canada. Peas dull
at 1 05 for Canada.
BnOMo Market.
Buffalo, Nov. 8.
Flour unchangod. Wheat quiet; No.
1 Milwaukee spring at 1 65; No. 2 do.
at 1 65. Corn Arm at 68a70c. Oats
Chicago dull at 37c. Barley?Canada
1 lOal 12. Rye nominal at 80a8o5.
Whisky held at 2 30a2 31. Pork 84 50a
55 00. Canal Freights to New York are
about 25c; for corn 22, oats 16#.
Chicago Market.
Chicago, Nov. 8.
Flour quiet. Wheat Arm; at opening J
Advanced la2c, closing quiet at 1 40 for 1
No. 1, and 1 l?ol 17 ior .No. 2. Corn
Arm. opening at 56a57c and closing at
55#c for No. 1 and 53# for No. 2. Oats
iull at 27c. Provisions dull and nom- |
Inal. Freights dull. *
Toledo Market.
Toledo, Nov. 8.
Wheat?old steady and now 2c better: 1
old white Michigan 2 26; old No. 1 red I
Wabash 2 00; old amber Michigan 2 00; |
uew 1 82. Corn steady at 66c. Oats |
unchangod at 38c.
Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati, Nov. 8.
Flour and wheat unchanged and qui- I
Bt. . Bulk Meats held Armor. Bacon
Sides advanced; sales at 18c. Hogs
rjuiet. Receipts in last 24 hours?1400 ]
head.
jailNHUllju i
Milwaukee, Nov. 8.
Flour dull. Wheat active at 1 50a |
1 62. Oats dull.
Important Dispatch to President |
Johnson.
Washington, Nov. 8.?The following I
dispatch haB been received:
To His Excellency, Andrew Johnson, |
President of the U. S.
Milledoeville, Ga., Nov. 7.?Thol
Convention has repudiated tho war debt J
by a vote of 133 to X17.
(signed,) J. JonNsoN/Prov IGov.
Fortress Monroe, Nov. 8.?Orders I
from Wdshingaon have been received I
that no more steamers, or vessels are to j
be discharged from Government service, 1
and also stopping tho sales of transpor-1
tatlon property.
Colored Convention,
Poug HKEEP8IE, Nov. 8.?A State con- j
ventlon (colored) met here to-day for 1
the purpose of advancing the interests |
of tnelr people In this State. Several I
speeches were delivered.
DISSOLUTION.
?lUBLIfl NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN,
that the co-partnership heretofore exlst
__ ? ? - ? ai.a mill>imI no TlfnwofR mill
p iierewiure cauw
ied, ns Brewers and
- this day
debts of
JL mai uio w-yw
Idr between the undendgned.asBroi
Maltsters in the City of wheeling, is
dissolved by mutual consent. The .
the firm will be liquidated by George W.
Smith, to whom all debts due tho film are to
'"lifted at Wheeling, W. Vi, tho 1st day of
November, 1865. GEO. W. SMITH,
JOHN TEECE.
JOHN GIBSON. .
Witness, R. B. Henderson. nov4-2w
A Card. !
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
I actively engaged In business for nearly |
half a century, resolved, some time since, to
partially retire, so soon as he could succeed
?sfeT0t?tKb&^?S
with all .his stock, and leased his extensi\ e
Xnden^^piiS^: H.aliu^thj.
" ' g the long period tliat he hu b?o en
GEO. W. SMITH.
Wheeling, W. Va, Nov: l*t, 180S.-JW
Wheeling Brewery.
3! UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
J purehoiwd the
and Hop buslnemof OeorgeW. Smith, E"Q-,
??.-?MUMnafDiiv that they feel themselves
?>wen"
leaned. Tor a term of year*, nw
Uie public generally, th*t they ft*l I
Alfled B. Bmlth will continue as
the.
com;
3^?fthe^
will receive as good ai
aa heretofore. ^ dabiJNOTON *
v? - Wntf lot 1WVL-2w "
I known reputa
es, Malt, d*%.
tone as Brewer for
rest; assored they
form the new firm
H. DARLIfUiW ?
Wheeilhg. W. Vfcj Nor. lat. 188fc-2w
TO PB INTERS.
INKS!
ve jiwt received a-'freehlot of w
call the atteution of the trade. Our stock
embraces:
BULCK.
GBEBN,
BED,
BLUE,
OABMHTE,
Mid T.A K U
T 3ST K B,
AH of which will be .old at th
the lowett price.
Gash.
- mdermot.
OF BLOCKAB?CA?
a for sale at redncec
MORRISON A Co.
Another Peace Discourse by Mr
JJeecueb.?At the anniversary of tho
American Missionary Association; in bis
church, at Brooklyn, on Thursday of 1 wot
week, Kev. Henry Ward Beeoher made
some farther remarks in support of
President .Johnson and his policy of
conciliation. The chief points are thus
outlined:?
"Emancipation is a process, and we
must not expect it to be accomplished
to-day or to-morrow. It took forty years
when God led his people to brine them
from Egypt to the promised land, and
if we bring these freedmen in ten, don*t
you think we shall bo doing pretty well?
Old habits are to be shaken off, slavish
tendencies swept away, prejudices dis
sipated; and we shall tlnd that this work
cannot be dene rapidly. It will take
not only judgment and wisdom, but
hope. I make up my mind beforehand
to sickness, sorrow and suffering; but if
in five years wo get these people on their
feet with three-quarters of those that
are now alive remaining, we shall have
done a glorious rork. It is the future
all the time not the present; it is the joy
set before us that must be looked at.
"It is folly to suppose that we can
persuade Andrew Johnson to take our
view of the exercise of his power by
bombarding and browbeating hiui; and
Btill less can a course of reckless and
carping remarks incline the legislatures
of southern states to grant to tho colored
population around them tho full exer
cise of their civil rights. It is hard to
revolutionize man's prej udices or change
his opinions. How loug since blacks
have oeen allowed to sit in churches at
tho North; and even now there is scarce
ly one to bo found in evory fifth church;
or to ride in cars or in omnibuses? And
can we preserve this caste and still Ih?
indignant- because tho southerners do
not Instantly lift the negroes to a level
with themselves? We ask the South to
riso fifty degrees in tho scale, while wo
fail to rise one! We should inaiutaiu
our hold upon the national government,
cultivate the apostle's injunction of
'speaking tho truth in love,'(Mem: For
the benefit of the Now York Indepen
dent) and have.a care lest it be said that
the worst men-in the North are the best
friends of tho South."
Farewell Eves.?While Dr. Carpen
ter, who is now at tho Bangor llouso in
this city, was tarrying at Waterville, he
was called upon by a tough old custo
mer of sixty, whose eyes showed plain- \
ly that brandy and water were no stran
jers to him, and whose -breath corrobo
rated painfully tho statement of his
ayes. The Doctor examined him and
suggested that ardentspirits might have
?something to do with his condition.
"Oh, no," said the old follow, '*1 don't
drink enough to hurt anybody. I take
something stimulativo whpn I get up?
and then again just beforo brenkfast?
then only once at 11 o'clock?and a little
lose before tind after dinner to help
digestion?don't take anything more till
Tour o'clock, and only a little beforo and
ifler supper, and just before 1 go to
bed.
"That all?" said the Doctor.
"Never take anything mom unless
somebody invites mo." said the man.
"Well, sir," said the Doctor. "I thiuk
[ can cure your eyes, but it will bo neces
sanr for you toleavo off drinking entire
ly."
"What," said he In amazement, "can't
r take just a little."
"No, sir; not a drop. And ifyou don't
en ve off you are liabel to become blind."
"Then farewell eyes," said tho old
oper, as he seized his hat and made for
lie door, evidently afraid tho Doctor
bvould prescribe for him before ho could
Set out. The last seen of him ho was
.raveling towards that locality that the
Mail speaks of where R. O. is dispensed
which kills at forty rods.?Bangor Whig .
tPtwUgaU gotiotts.
AUGUSTUS POLLACK,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER^OF;
YANKEE NOTIONS,
E!tGU8I(,!PRE!rrn 4.CERMA5I
Fancy Goods.
JU8T RECEIVED AND FOR S A LET AT
Pollack's Notion House:
200 doc. Hoop Bklrts,*
500 " Cotton and Woolen Hosiery,
900 " Gloves and Gauntlets,
CO M Jouv in's Kid Gauntlet, best good ?
Imported,
1000 " Spool Cotton
BOO tta. Germ. Linen Thread,
GO doz. Undershirts and Drawer*,
40 " Flannel Shirts,
100 " Suspcndere,*
100 cases German Pipe Heads,
100 doz. Scrubbing Brushes, ?
100 " Blacking 44
20 original cases, asnorted, Toys,
500 pieces Bonnet and Taffetas Ribbons,
20 doz. Ladles'Trimmed Hats,
At prices far below those cliarged lii East
ern markets
sep5 AUGUSTUS POLLACK.
Cheap Lands.
?EAL."SD Proposals tor the whole or any
part or the Agricultural College S<Tip. Issued
the State of west Virginia by the United
States, which consist or 837 warrants of H-u
acres each, will be received until 12 in., Dec. 1,
18?*.
Proposals may contain propositions topny
for the scrip In cash or UJi. bonds, and will be
addressed to S. P. HUdreth, agent. Wheeling,
W. Va., and endorsed "Proposals for Agricul
tural College Scrip." and will be opened at 2
p. m., on 1st Dec., 1885.
Bidders will lie uotifled Immediately of the
acceptance of their bids.
noV?id A. L BORF.M AN. Gov.
ear All West Virginia papers will copy
rbove advertisement one time and send -lilll
to Executive Department.
Hominy.
1 A bbls. INDIANA FLINT HOMINY.
1Ureceived by R. J. SMYTH,'
nov7j Cor. Market and Qulncy Btreetii.
DRIED PEACH KM !
tA BU8H. DRIED PEACHES, EASTERN,
OU for sale by B.X&MYTII:
nov7 Corner Market A Qulncy Htn
CRANBERRIES.
1 A BBLS. CRANBERRIES^
1U For Rale by ft. J SMYTH,
| nov7 Comer
FUT8.
MgSSSa*KBas*
DISSOLUTION.
under the Arm name of U. C. Leecl* \rni.nT'
solved on the ltftli in** T?*uu
I sasss;
? ^ HILDRfcTH A bro.
buy THE BEHT
? J. K- litlnnr.
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