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1865. 1865.
JOHN T.LAKIN&CO.
FALL & WINTER
Stock of Goods
FOB MEN'S WEAR.
OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE, CON
aSsttng of the following Oooda:
French,
"KngHnli
and
Oermanl
CLOTHS.
French,
linyHili,
and
Ameriosnl
cojsjrxNGr&.
Frenoh,
EnglUh'
Sootob
and
Amerioan |
C assimeres.
BEAMS & OVERCOATINGS
Of the following make*;
Sehillees,
Simonies.
Kippers,
Wolfings
and Johanles. I
VE8TINGS,
Velvet,
Cashmera
and
Silk.!
CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES.
Shirts of the Best Hake ft Quality.
Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk
Under Shirts and Drawers.
Linen and wiir HandtwreMefe.
Gloves of every Description,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN.
Cotton & Merino Half Hose.
Gall and examine our Stock before purchss
ng elsewhere.
JOHS T. LAHIH * CO.,
No. 29 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va,
oclO
Thob. P. Thomas. Hxkbt Stubgkow.
NEW FIRM.
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
X chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mee
sot Wm. B. Senseney A Co., heg leave to In
form the customer* of the store and the pub
ic generally, that they Intend to cany on the
bumnem at the same place and on the same
principles of Fair Dealing and Truthfulness,
aa it waa by the former proprietors.
THOMAS, STURGEON A GO.
We have Just opened a large stock of
Dress Goods,
NEW AND DESIRABLE.
Comprising many rich
was Silks, Merinos, Repps, All Wool De
Lains, Slack and Colored Alpacas,
Thibet Cloths, Poplins, Ginghams,
De Tains, Prints, Ac., Ac.
lso, Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths, All Wool
Shawls, Long and Square, Small Wool
Shawls, Black Shawls, Ac., Ac.
rown and Bleached Muslins, 6-ft 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.
Ladles Silk, Merino and Cotton Hose,
mbroidered Collars, Inserting!!, Hoop Skirts,
Bruners' Balmoral Skirts, French
Corsets, best make.
Flannels and Casslmera for Boy's wear, Ac.
rgest lot of FURS in the city Just opened
Ladles are especially invited to call and I
ook over our Stock of Goods.
THOMAS, STURGEON * CO?
Saccessora to
W. B. BENSENEY A CO.
eplg ?
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
T3E UNDKB8IQNED HAVE MADE A R
rangements to have on hand a complete
aanrtment of Landreth% Garden Seeda to sup
ply the 8pring trade. We are also authorized
to receive ordeis from Market Gardeners and
furnish the bill direct from Land re th A Son.
All who may Itovor us with their patronage
may depend upon getttawa genuine article at
the grower^ prices. Orders will be filled in
rotation as received. Assome of the varieties
are soaxce, we would urge upon all the im
portance of sending in their orders early.
GORRELL A CO.,
ocas Cor. of Market and Quincy Sts.
tobacco! T
rTTHE FOLLOWING FAVORITE AND |
X standard brands constantly on hand:
BLACK TOBACCOS.
RnaselTs 10'a in butts.
Cleopatra 10*s in butts.
Old Buck 13sin caddies..
Half Dime 2Ts in caddies.
LynchtxngTwlst 22*s HalfDrum.
Nary rsand>$*a butts and onddlea.
BRIGHT TOBACCaa
Royal Gem in butts.
Golden Star in butts.
Old Buck 30* in caddies.
Lilly BelleTs
" 10V " -
California Golden RbU 22^4 B? boxes.
octl3 PRYOR, HANDLAN A CO.
TEAS
QHOICE WELL SELECTED
octll YOa?&^^^^NDLAN ACQ
FURNITURE,
. UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Inform the pubite that they are man ufoo
and hare constantlyonhand an exten
of all kinds of Furniture, such ss
- Wardrobes, Bureaus, Tables,
Lounges, Chairs, Looking
and_sv?ythlng usually found in a
ySrkmade to order and Jobbing done on
.toa?p*yI'ROMFT"Kl
Undertaking Business,
in anil
f vtetaunMd"in the~bertstyte, with |
which fore
?rani* and t wm7 ZjSiTABON,
No. 73 Main St., Centre Wheeling,
A few doom above Reed A KraWDrag
Store, west side. mySHm 1
30^^^5S?TOKK
5bbls New Orleans Molasses. Reoetv
-ed^dtbrmUbTi^^r, MpRRISON ^ Q3.
Cash for Grain. : s
WILL PAT CASH
[.4 CO.
I Sftt 0S OO.
grwtlrg
SHIRTS
UND]
Second Fall Stock!!|
J. T. SCOTT & CO.,
Watches, Clocks,
Solid Silver Ware.
Fine Silver Plated Ware, |
WATCH & CLOCK MATERIALS,
and TOOLM.
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c.,
wiouuli AID frali.
?^orders from dealers and the trade will |
receive careful and prompt attention.
jr. T. SCOTT * co.
SCOTT & HENNEGEN,
No. 31 Fifth Street, Pitabnigh, Pa., |
importers akd jobbers OF
Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, |
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Watch and clock Material*, Tool*, ac. [
ocU2-tf
M. C. Leech & Co.,|
Abnkb Key. John l Rick.
No. 113 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA..
Wholesale and Retail
CLOTHING HOUSE, |
AND fashiowabuk
Ready Made
CLOTHING
Made Equal to Custom Work.
also,
A maqnifigkkt STOCK OF
Cloths, Cassimeres,
ai?x>
"VIES TIN GKS,
otjs tom wobk.
And win b. reoritlrn <mly nffjggy
ttomUfnMttoooriwu?hctwlwoac.
not?-<m - .?
gKCOHD utock OF
Wall Paper & Borders,
JUST OPENED B"tf ;
Joseph. Graves,
gflmteurt galtorfog.
1865 1865
IpuaKBun H. OtnoKBHinm
SECOND STOCK
j . o? r^r/Ti
Fall &Winter Goods
Stein Brothers
"-r'i, ?, ... . | ' r e. !5fJ,TOHV/
Nos. 13 and 15
Cor, Main A Monroe Bt?.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
CHINOHXLAS,
ESKIMOS, . ,
CASTORS,
ENGLISH ELYSIANS,
ENGLISH MELTONS,
ENGLISH TRICOTTS,
WHITNEYS, Ao., 4a, for
Over Coats.
FRENCH"
ENGLISH,
SCOTCH, and
AMERICAN,
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres for
Pants and Vesta.
VELVET, SILK and
CASHMERE VESTINGS.
Some Rich & Handsome Patterns.
hjBSBURGS,
lg:
SIMONIAS,
STD
:? : Hilgers, Ac., ao.
Black Cloths and Doe Skins,
In tarnishing goods we have everything that
Is new and desirable. Cravats, Scarfs,
Tien, and Butterflys, Bilk and Lin
en handkerchief^, White and
Woolen Shirts- Bert;
quality and make.;
Undershirts & Drawers
OF KVXar QUADS.
HALF HOBEiOP *t.T, KINDS A GRADES.
Our Stock of Clothing Is larger and better
assorted than many Eastern houses.
We also keep a line or 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 our house, at all times a tall stock
of goods. *?" Examine our stock before pur
Nos. IS nnd 15
seplT-ddkw Corner Main and Monroe Sts.
steamboats.
FOB CISfCIJrSATI.
The fine light draught steamer
REVENUE, Captain Russell, will
leave as above, .Friday , the 17th,
>LE A CO
aovlMt ? ~ Agefats.
Regular Packet for Cincinnati.
_ The new and elegant _paasenger
Reamer EDINBUKU, Capt. JVX.
JiaegaBfcThomnson. will run as a regular,
packet between Wheeling and Cincinnati,
leaving the Conner place on Friday after
noons^ o'Clock. Returning, will leave Cin
cinnati Monday at 4 o'clock. For freight or
passage apply on board. , . npvlfi
Bcgalar Pittobirj^wl Parkenborg
^ The Hut running packet ^YARD
It Moore, Master, leaves Wheeling
feeveryMonday and Thuraday at?
eve^\^edn?Sy Saturday a? 1*0 o\Hoc]c |
"Sf?fZ&m&'StfgfL10
Bcgnlar niMnrth, WkccUnc mud
Psrkcrtbnrf Packet, .
The -New endJHegant Passenger
? Steamer FOREST tTTY. Captain
It John Gordon, A-'R. Bunting Cllc,
Pittsburgh for Parkeraburg every
and Saturday at 12 P. M.; leaves PBikensburg
H. H. LEE, M.D.,
Physician, Snrpn & Acconcheur,
OFVXCE AND RXSXDKKCR, 1 '
So. 8S Cor. Mill Alley and Mali
CENTRE WHEELING,
Where he maybe found at all tlmeatniles
Where no ?|?enfc
Dr. Lee la a graduate of one of the leading
medical collcgeaof C^rtnnall.u^andmaa
been actively ?n?agrf tathe piartlee ojmed
!^5S^^^Ud?baJb?Sto
w-.t-- \anri ho fa?kivwflHwnt.that ftXPP the
knowledge which be has acquired of his pro
fasslon during so long and varied a practice,
that he wmtw able to satisfy allwbo may fa
vor him with their patronage. Dr-I^in ad
dition to his regular- practice, will ^devote i
part 01 eaCh day to the treatment.of Chronic
Dtaeasea. DiTXee is now prepared wlth aU
the iiiii imiij apparatus ror the scientific
medical application of electricity aa^n auxil
iary in the treatment of many dines ??*. both
?cute and cbranic. to which he would invite
the especial attention of toe afflicted. Dr.
1 Lee has given much time and attention to the
study and practice of-Operative optlialmic
Surgery, and he Is now prepared-to perlbrm
same, in strict accordance with the latest and
j most approved scientific methods of the pres
|^DnLM cores Cancers. Rheumatism,Neu
relylngopon^Shonor to preserve their Mart
his fWWy tnimre them. , ,
Dr. Lee can. an'^Xtftrrot torojoj Club
lntewattngtrem.-.?
tunlty ta uvdMl to
dotha, tar ?ale
hav. ?n ployed aflnt dMdoak maker,
House Rented.
Sitmv lam ^oolneptli. by Oxt flat of April
ipaLs'^,'~r Trrrsinsssr
saftfr- w Qui^BBO.
VrAlLS?SB KEGB A8SORXKD SIZES
iPwftitu*.
/ ?' ' :; J ??? .3#
: ? '?? ; : ' 1 ' ,1
' i ' ' ' '"*?. a;
AT THE
Michigan State Fair,
JUBT CLOSED,
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Waa awarded the Hlghert Pmnlnm a. the
"BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE."
'AT THE
Indiana State Fairl
The Highest Premium J
jngnta of the act of O^SS^tSttSSdK
^ed?^^eu^t^0nal Currenc>~. secured
circulation and redemption Se
afithe
?wairtledi?Ub before oommen% thel
new **t Bnnlrinp nniUftaM nf ?
-Now, therefore, I, Freeman nu?? ry
tr^toof the Currency'dohereby^^ifv
wheeling, in the citr of Whppiincp in
Coanty St Ohio and State QfWettVlS
[Na I6M.I
No. S3 HOBSOE STBBET,
(between Market and Main rtreea.)
0(3 w h KKt.me. w. va
s3 BUOA^ SHEElUjf irco-;;
?33-A. 1ST K IE 3R 8
ATfTHE PAIR OFfTHE
American Mtiite, (New Yort,!
The Committee reported:?The Wheeler 4 I
Wltoon Sewing Machine makes the LOCK
STITCH, and rankt highest on aooount of the I
elasticity, permanence, beauty, and general
desirableness of the stitching when done, and
the wide range of Its application." I
CALL AND SEE THEM
In operation at
No. OB Maln Street.
(TV? dean above oomtr Monroe MtntU)
WM. STTljUTEK & CO.,"
M
e Latest News.
Y,-y E X.33 OKAl'H.
By the Calm line:
Offioe, of Monroe and Water streets.
Late Washington News
Another Railroad Accident
Gen. Grant in New York.
lAtw Southern Intelligence.
i
! The Jamaica Rebellion.
The Episcopal Convention.]
Firemen's Riot in Jersey City.
N?w York, Not. 16.?A Herald's
Washington dispatch says:
The Secretary of the Navy has determ
ined to send abroad a considerable por
tion of oar surplus naval force, to
cruise about and visit the principal
commercial ports frequently, if Con
gress will make the appropriation. ,
The President has appointed Hon.
Chauncey M. Depew, Minister to Japan.
Winder. Duncan and Gee, are the on
ly-prisoners of not? in the Old Capitol I
P A World'* Washington dispatch says:
There are rumors or Cabinet changes,
bat it is not probable any will be made
until after the meeting of Congress.
A Times' Washington special dee
patch says;
The findings of the Commission to
whom was referred the adjustment of
the rewards offered for capturing the I
aaanaainH and conspirators, will not be J
made publlo until approved by the Sec
retary of War.
Reports just received at the Treasury
Department, from agents stationed
along the Canada frontier, show
that smuggling la still carried on very
largely. A large number of arrests and
seizures are made constantly. The in-I
ducements are bo great that if one hair
gets through, the parties are amply re
munerated. An agent who arrived here
co-day, says the smugglers have been
unusually active during the last two or
three months.
Fuller, who used the name of Senator
Harlan, to obtain a largo amount ofl
money belonging to the National Re
publican committee, and who has been |
In the Old Capitol for several months,
has boon released without trial.
The Times' special says the Hon.
Freeman Clarke, Comptroller of Cur
rency, is engaged upon his report. He
will recommend the. removal of the
National Currency Bureau to New
York, and Mr. McCullough, who made
the same recommendation when Comp
troller last year, will probably renew
the recommendation in his forthcoming
report aa Secretary of the Trrosury.
Yesterday, government refunded the
first money from the proraeds of the
?ale of confiscated property, In pursu
ance of section seven of the act of
March 8d, 1866. The case in which the
money waa refunded is one in which
the claimants and former owners of the
confiscated property show they were
loval citizens and supporters of the
Union, notwithstanding the feet of the
abandonment or their property at the
breaking out of the rebellion. Tlie
property Is located In Alexandria, Va.
A lixge number or like cases are pend
% e Herald's special says: Yesterday
the time for receiving bids for contracts
in the mail service of Virginia, North
Carolina, South Carolina and Florida
expired, and the formal awarding or
the respective contracts to persons |
whose rates had been accepted 1s under -
wav. Contracts' about to be consum
mated for service In the above States,
will (to into effect on the 1st day or Jan-1
nary, 1868, and expire In June, 1867. ]
Bids made for this service have been
largely in excess or the rates formerly
In vogue for the same routes.
The Secretary or the Treasury has is
sued a circular notifying all collectors
of Internal Revenue, that he regards It
but alust precaution that whenever ap- i
plicatlonB are made for the storage or
petroleum or its products, within the |
Gin its of any,town or city, the Collector
of Internal Revenue should forward to
the department, in a statement, that the
warehouse, if established, will not in
case of fire endanger other property or
the lives or the people living or doing
business In Its vicinity. -
Nathaniel H. McLean, former Assis-1
then about to be oonrt martialed In
Cincinnati, preparatory to having the
case in Congress, promises to throw
much additional light upon that inter
esting transaction.
The Times'Washington special says
the statement that the Secretary ot the
Treasury intended to discharge all the
female-clerks in his department is
^Thtfieading hotel in this city has rais
ed its prices to fi ve dollars a day for the
special benefit or congressmen.
'Governor Parsons left for home yes
terday morning, with two hundred par
dona for dtlrens or Alabama.
Admiral Porter will soon publish a
reply to Gen. Bank's strictures on the
conduct pr the Navy in the Red River
^CtSTlfenry Page, late chief Quarter
master on Gen. Sherman's staff, has
been ordered to Arkansas for duty.
The Times special says:
Antonie Rosa who waa convioted at the
October term of the New York Circuit
Court for, the eastern {district of Sew
York, ofcounterfelting fractional our
rency, and sentenced to 10 years Im
prisonment, waa to-day pardoned by
the President.
The Tribune's spedsl says:
The President waa more than usual
lv annoyed by the unfortunate reoon
structionist yesterday. He remarked
that he had tried to overwhelm the
South with pardons and kindness, but
fromreoent events he began to think
them Incapable of appreciating the
"several efforts have been made to
places belligerent construction upon
the action "of the Navy Department in
ordering off certain V. 8. ships of war.
The beta, are that sundry Naval ves
sels have been orderedoutupon foreign
and domestic stations, the same aa in
years before the war, instead of allow
ing them to rot in our. yards.
Gen. Grant attended the Academy of
Muslo last night and waa received with
1 : * Kw aOdi6IlC8.
ICUl cutuuowom ?J SMV
It is stated that plana are already on
foot for the repair and reconstruction of
^aSTbS^^SSTr'^S^ot ye,
recovered. Nodoubtls entertained aa
to its being in the-bottom-of North
river, and workmen are dragging for
h&?remains.
*: KnrTWktt?aa>
Nkw York, 18.-The issue of gold
certificates yesterday and today at the
custom-house was $975,000.
A fireman's riot occurred in Jersey
City this afternoon. Several perrons
ware injured. The riot waa quelled by
the sheriff and some arresta made.
Counterfeit' tens (|10) on the bank of
Newport, N. Y? are in circulation.
Further aooonnta from Jamaica state
that a disturbance broke out in St.
Ann's parish, and troops bad been sent
there; Twelvemore rebels were hanged
on the 4th. The gunboat Fawn waa
also under orders for Cape Haytien:
Volunteers were ordered out on the
3d 'to suppress a rebel demonstration
near MontegB bay, but it seemed
light affair. Kingston still remains un
der mr-"-1 law.
ALBAirr, Nov. IS.?At.the moil
_ ? m mrrnmrii a
Bealdt-nee?Want ^ecept th. Inj.
eanKlaateB. a
Nkw Yorje, Not. 16.?The Post's
?pedal Bays:
Mr. BurUngame, Minister to Ch
is In consultation with the Governn
and wta
The Austrian Minister has purchased
a ?S^^onc8 for the sum of 820.000
The Commercial's Washington dis
patch says: < , * ?
Gen. Lyons* friends n; thatlte will
5?,^ i? UnlUri States Senator.
Delta of November
there has been nnoaoal
t^ifv"3?!F}5e mUUat7 circles In
tnat dty, since the reception of the re
oentdlspatches from rCoZS
Mysterious orders have been iHsnnd
, The sale or boats is proUWte?U?d
[ uioBe on hand are being placed on w*r
foooting. The sale of all transportation
and supplies have ceased/^^*^ n
The 1st. 4th and 6th regiments remihr
ordered to embark
c P .Texas? and report for
?SL Antor:a to Qen- MerrlU.
.rJne dismounted colored cavalry at
Orleans, are destined for sbme
??n- Sheridan's Chief
of staff, has gone to Brayos.
Nkw Yobk, Nov. 16.?The steamer
"e^h!UlSsa ?&SFgatoa- Jan)alc?. ?n
Major General O'Connor had assumed
command of the British troops and
gxjolal volunteers, by request of Gov.
An outbreak Is threatened at Browns
town, arising out of suits of ejectments
by Mr. Ingraham against certain par
orte^d there ^*1 tr00p8 hav0 been
St ThoSSner8h,'Vebeenbrou8,ltf?>m
yl^oop? were on their way to Wardes-1
Troops have been landed at Black
2??r Mari and Others were
" j to Port Marce and other porta. I
The Government had offered amnesty
to rebels who return to loyal allegianw
tothe crown, provided they have not
orarMn"*"1 any actual murders I
KhfSl^1. arra6t8 hava 1506,1 ?*
?.'ir^oa /r?m Morout Bay reports the
seventeen men and one
woman, for engaging in the rebellion.
?eiJ w?re executed at Port
i f' of whom confessed guilt. I
sentence?0 86** the J08"00 or'theirj
???*? ?ov~ 1??A special des
P,'"?h. to the Savannah Herald says
U10, "djonrnment of thS
^??ton resolutions were
I ."PPotaUng a committee to
memoraliza the President for the relief
H'if.JJi?.War. vaUd? "d appointing a
23S!?. ^ 10 memorallze Secretary
traPa?te the assessment
nients be made at the present value.? I
The resolutions also anthorlzed the
?? appoint three commls
?l? ^era with power to fully investigate
the cotton transactions of the State
government and report thereon to the
ed th^^onfe^TST?
h?TnC?T fh^u^^of0^
2?SS?ff&S?&?*
M,^eid?'eg?ttai from Georgia to Con
gran intend to urge the rejection or the
claim of the State to the ssld cotton. 1
??? 8i?nt la H?r V.rk. i
rfjSr%'? ,:N*0V 16.?Gen. Grant
visited the Union Lecture Boom and 11
was welcomed bv President Bookman,
010 General for his .
victories, alluded to the foul wrong of
the French occupation of Mexico. The I
General replied briefly, saying, "There I
is address which
. ta.tlle ono touching the
withohim.0100- Thto waa received!
.A 8"*nd reception to Gen. Grant will
take place Monday evening. I
Wont San ford, of the Amerioan Tele
inconvenience. y
Episcopal Convention. I
PriTSBDBaH.Nov.lO.?The Protestant'1
presiding. " . -- ,,4"""uui|,
?r. Kerfoot, President or the H
Rlahlm rtf>*lf80' H"Jfori, was elected !
?i"h??P?f th,? new Diocese of Western I
Pennsylvania, over Dr. Huntington, of I
5oe'f nt ^y c'sric*1 and lay majority ofi
21, total vote being M. Bishop Stevens I (
qualified for his high position.
Th???lary or the new Bishop 1s fixed
at SirBOO per annum.'
Flrautu'lUoL
JSf"' y?r- 1&-Qnlte a serious
nyL^Jf 5i*c^?b6tTS.n ae members or
Hose Co. ao. .30 and Engine Co. No. 5 I
of Jersey city, while returning from
Stw y 0,18 P-"m- Clubs and
?th?5 we?Pon* were freely used. Seve
r^ were dangerously.injured- . ? I
h?,. ffaine had existed for some
S?l?l?P^.T DiU Engine No. 6 was
plainly the aggressor, and the chier
engineer ordered the company disban
in?lfn^tor^.^1?r!Uy
m&?ub?bel?B taken P^'
wnf r?S 111 Jeney Qty to-day
? ' * ' ' '
*? tell fbr Bnuit
Nkw Yobk^Nov. 16^-Tbe Uonitel
Brazil on tho2d of December. j
= rS?i???B,froTm i1"1" country, have I
[ arrived at Rio Janeiro, and were cor-1
and^eitiSlf01116^ 5^ government
and citiseus. and given every encour-1
KlS assistance by the Minister
*? Hopkins, long dls
mnd the bar,
, Mobile on the 8th Inst.
*>** Ron A mIn ol -
ni ? - vu WB out lnsc.
San Antonio Express represents
^np?.r^el,0d dXv?ug^t in TexMM- The
S&L Rivers very lcrw?"'**11
??? ? I I ???IMS. ? -
^.ndit&?wi?8 It mi ti rely off the
H1T Marion Hnllton, of Phila
delphia, who Is a clerk in the Treasury
Department, and C. J.Blddla. the ooi?
doctor, were sezionsly, and Mr Bavne
agent for Adams Eipreas cSiSSJv'
and others, slightly beared.
J&ofth^Wk,^ P^'
In'SSUp^Ses^ $%??
or arresting Magmder, liippmbw
approbaaon/ It tTSd' SSTVSS
the Constitution of the United Stateo."
? ;?? :? r
WASHnrorojr, Nov. 18,?The nand
mftp*
folk November 16th. and oonUn"6 Su
\A. Government ;sale or unclaimed
gSiS at effects, tapro!
k -SS. mete are fany prisoners thirtofr#
wh?m are old soldiers. deseVtera anH
bonuty jumpers, and the balance ar?i
to close this p3aoiu aahington
ajasnsjsa1?SS5
be lying, Is being carefully
. ,?I"y?r Gunther vu notified to-dav
& a ft the McKeon corned
?on, or his nomination.
? ~ Mm "
biffin p*-> .Nov- 18.?The Cnm
at?J?? ,??u"'y Alms House was de
SS2SL& tomtnre
eecaii2?r.!^i ve<1-, The inmates all
?. Ki-S^gteSSSy.
?BE8HKrftlS
a ? ?
f prison at Camp Bam
sS^*^?pas3Ba#
promises well for the great unttaSu'0'
feeengineer-s
five yeara Secretary and TiSmr of
tote morning after a protractcd illness.
SS&?SBZ* iMto?d of Sonttam"^
iJ5T??db?h' Nov. 18.?River 3 feet 4
'wteeaTd^^
Hew York Market.
? N*w York, Nov. 16.
M?iES?.7MK0rB!oc?ro and firmer; 50?
ESF^w?o7-^uS
J>?el5K<lulot.r WraKv-DuH^'Wratenl
121^-45, Whbat?Kemained with
out decided change at *1 [email protected] OTfor in"
perior to good Chicago Spring: $210?
2ia tor newAuiber State and ism iS
new white Mlchlaau. RvIcSuIm
oSI^DciSd
^deSSr^rt^e^. ?
for unsound; !H<S,95c for somwi ^VrLv*i
y.-^!rfif5"d 00 ror white Western.
for^n^^^X;"^8^?20
SSSrS^^s^
also750 bbls. mess, seller*om Ion fnr^it
jgs^aiistf ?ig
S tanl5- Baoon-t,Du11:
era to
-Firm at
,<W T"k ?n<t Stork Market.
Nkw York, Nov. 16.
dS8dybni,1081"10ifor 8? andflSft
materiSl^an^^^, without
vicing to 147& and clooing at 147Xi
.SSS^KsafaSsS
downward tendency/^^ alight
tngBM
do ?SKH*s^conPon?
coupons 105?;
Philadelphia Market.
PurtADKLPHIA, NOV. 16.
Petroleum firm; crude SSWa36W- ?.
Sued In Sbond 66a6I; do. frL 78r7D^T
Flour very Hull and Iw^Si3eS2ta
jTnTW*^ 7Sa8 ??:
W 7S. W^, ^ r^fn na" and, ?Wo 910a
rassssiHsss
?f^S?<hyeJf0?^0' new do 83a86. Sales
Talwto *?pk?_
Toloo, Nov. 16.
EgSESSBBFR
'Jf?*6 frei8hts dyll
er; 13e on wheat to Oswego.
llumuo Market.
--ti, ' BljfjfATiO. ?uv. 1^.
?3? HaiyS^SS'i'SiS:
gaK&isMs,?:$S
Oaw?*o Market.
WiitonSnS; "^^of lTOo'bbls.
JpraMWSES?1S %t&%?
Canada J2 30; choice do ?2fiO
?AXe"Srd^
' F Mv" IU,
Oats dull and
"" and low
laSTwlM at dMlIned
fm>h i? #140 for old and $143 for
sSi0gnhud"ii.Hi8hwlne8 duU at'*228
Milwaukee* Market.
? - Flour decllnid^lSSrV^de
for Xo.!.^
?? ^0,000
WORTH of
CLOTHING
-A-T COST.
?> jm -.tii ' " " *' - * ' "
T^^??ggJgNgD. HAVIKQ deter.
Ready Made Clothing
AT NO. 1M MAIN STREET
"?tesfia!.2Ksa??~??
W.D.SawtelliBro.
i l) r
*?? IM MAUI
Next door to Giant Room.
^~Weito
I The fashion of wearing long, flarrow
ribbons' around the neck has become
Tory popular among the ladles; and we
arenot surprised now that we know
the significance of it. When the ends
of the ribbons are worn in front it in
dicates that the lady is marriedt.and of
course a happy wire. When the ends
are worn on the back it means that the
fair damsel has an attentive "lovyer,"
but that she is not engaged. When they
are worn over the left shoulder, it is an
invitation to young gentlemen to call
in at pa's home. Ana when' hone are
worn at all, it is considered a sure thing
the lady is engaged, or don't wish to
see the "fellers?*
A Clkvilakd copper speculator fell
asleep in church, from which he was
waked up by the pastor's reading:?
"Surely there is a vein for the silver and
a place for the gold Where they find it."
Jumping to his feet he shook his l>ook
at the minister, crying,''I'll take five
hundred 8hares."
StfhoItsaU fAotUm*.
POLLACK'S
NOTION HOUSE.
Agency for Brown & Oo/s American
Mechanical and Tin Toys.
Fresh arrival of Imported
TOTS AND FANCY GOODS.
ORDERS FROM COUNTRY MER
CHANTS FOR TOYS WILL
HAVE PROMPT AND CARE
FUL ATTENTION.
J
U8T RECEIVED, FROM GERM A N
TOWN DIRECT:
100 dox Woolen Hosiery,
50 - Comfort*,
SO " Hoods.
GO f Nubian and Scurf*, for sale at re
duced prices.
To arrive,
TEN OASES LOOKING GLASSES,
Assorted Sizes.
To reduce stock, dome 400 dozen Indies' and
gent/s
GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS
will be sold with small advance on cost.
In store, a foil stock of
Stationery,
School Books,
Perfumery, Baskets.
Slates.
Pipes .
Pipe Heads and Stems, %
Firecrackers,
Torpedoes,
and Fireworks.
Through an arrangement with the Amer
ican agencies of the principal French and
Belgian manufacturers of
- PLATE GLASS,
I shall execute orders for unsilvered or mir
ror plates, at the same rates charged at the
general depot In New York or Phtladelphln,
and insure on transit. Prices ftirnisheii at
my counting room. novlS
Commissioner's Sale.
Alexander Heyman, ")
vs. V
A. Loring, Adm'r., et aL >
T>Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE RENDERED
Din he above entitled cause on the iMth day
of October, A. D. 1865,1 shall, on Saturday .the
ninth day of December. 1885, at ten o'clock A.
M., proceed to soil at the front door of tbe
Court House of Ohio county, the following
described property, to wit; or a sufficiency
thereof to pay the debts mentioned in the
mui In this case:
1st. A house and lot situate on Zane's
?land
lot No. 12, In Square No. 14.
?2S aSHS??? eonunendng at the north
? lotN<xlI, on Fllfii St.,thence
north44 feet on same street to a stake, thence
? jSlj.?. ^^?treetto the
wlth WW western
toundary the like number of 44 fleet to the
north wert corner of .said lot No. 11, thence
wlthdlvlripn^llne between said lots Moa.ll
and 12 to the beginning.
W. All that part or lot No, 14 In nun No.
ssfStytiorgLsr'"
iutckiei!:SSdiuo"N<*
"?"qaare ^ln Bu
Aim. lot. 11 In _T Ap
aiso, lot no. uidJ.AO. Ritchie's addition,
and lot No. 10 In same addition as last.
5tli. Also, lot No. 29 In Buena Vista addi
tion.
Terms of sale, one third cash, and the resi
due In two equal installments at six and
twelve months with interest, or at the option
afjhepurchaser* th^who^bogOi .n
novfrtd ^ Commissioner.
TO PRINTERS.
INKS! INKS!
WE have Just received a fresh lot of su
perior 1SKS, suitable for Newspaper,
Book and Job Work, to which we desire to
call the-attention of the^trade. Our stock
gmhwu*g
BLACK.
GREEN,
BED.
BLUB,
CABMXNK,
y- ?
ttptjl T. A If ft
X 1ST K S,
All of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
We solicit orden. rerms Cash.
seplB CAMPBELL A MT)ERMOT.
P. C. HELDBETH & BRO.,
OS Wain Htree??
WHEELING, W. VA.
COSJfELLT, FOBD 4k CO.,
Mannflscturers of No. 1
TUnmlDatlDg Carbon Oil,
A?i>
B ENZOLE;
SUPERIOR LUBRICATING OIL,
Bucowslully In use for can, locomotive
^r.VA. fob IS
aMXJHOL, AH per cent.
No. 1 Winter Strained Lard OIL
~*gSSgSi&?2Sg*
-I AA BBL& (RO0EDAXE HYDBAUUO
1UU Cement, the best ln nse.
P. G. HILiDRETH A BRO.
50
Keny
? .?dggsgtss?ssg?*
'RSS5?S?l^M> vs??vJ?t HASSACKB
JJ }a*l racelTfd. H- fc. HARBOUR.
Furs. -
REEL AND OTHER VAB
.lSwt "?"PVB&S inWheei
"T J. ft. RHODES.
OF EVERY
la lfain
Mint rewired by H.C. HARBOUR.^
TJECEIVEDTHXB MORNING, A USQB
XV nock al extza largp and cbeap Bed Blai^
ketaai*! common daft ArmjrBIanlStt
??. . J-B.HHODER.'
Birr nu bht. ?'?
BRADLEY'S DUPLEX SKIRTS AT TBE
?uoepdoactf oommon htnabwsum.
oa" J.S.RBOPEB.,
nan, Corner Markets Qnincy Ms,
JQ BBLS. CRANBERRIES
For sale by _ R. J SMYTH,
r7 Corner Market and Qolnoy sts.

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