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^Btrrbant tailoring.
1865. 1865.
JOHN T. LAKIN & CO.
FALL & WINTER
Stock of Goods
FOR MEN'S WEAR.
OUR STOCK IB NOW COMPLETE, OON
stmn(? of the following Good*;
French,
' English
and
German |
CLOTHS.
French,
English,
and
Amerioan |
COAJTTNGtS.
French,
English,
Scotch
and
American |
C assimeres.
Bum & omcoiTnl
Of the following makes:
Schillees,
Simonies,
Kippers,
Wolflngs
and Johanies.!
VESTING8,
Velvet,
Cashmers
and
Silk. |
CRAVATS, SCARFS 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 Hose.
Call and examine our Stock before purchas
ug elsewhere.
JOHN T. LAKIN ** C O.,
No. 25 Monroe street. Wheeling, W. Va,
oclu
goobs.
1865. 1866.
HOLIDAY
GOODS.
BOOKS!
BOOKS!
BOOKS!
J. C. ORR & CO.
XT AVE JtJBT RECEIVED FOR THE HOL-1
XX 1DAY8 a largo and splendid ?tnck
or elegant
PRESENTATION BOOKS,
FANCY WORK BOXES,
LADIES' COMPANIONS,
FANCY MATCH BOXES,
WRITING DESKS,
TOURISTS' CASES,
PORTFOLIOS, |
PIN CUSHIONS.
GAMES,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOKS,
PRESBYTERIAN HYMNS,
METHODIST HYMNS,
FAMILY BIBLES,
JUVENILE BOOKS,
TOY BOOKS,
BOOKS FOR EVERYBODY.
Also a large and well selected stock of
DIARIES FOR 1800,
ranging In price from 20 cents to 14 each,
si For bargains f M on j
J. C. ORB 4k CO.,
106 Main Street, "Wheeling, W. Va.
decl3-2w
- ???? |
No. 3a 3Ionroe Hrteet. j
J. HTJTCHINGS,
SlOy AXD ORXAMEXTAI. PAIXTKB.
<Late of the firm of Hamilton ? Hutchlngs.)!
HA?,A J? ? 9 M OVER JOS.
Bell s Foundry arehouse, where he Is |
prepared to execute In the very best style,
* Signs of every description, Flagsnnd Banners, i
window Blinds for stores. Transparencies, i
Ornamental Steamboat work, landscapes,
and Card Writing, to the newest styles.
nov2S-lm? ?
Fire Proof Salamander Safes.
JOSEPH A~ WETCALF,
50 ILun Strxtt,
?? Agent for the sale of
BUIIK & BARKB8
POWDERbpUOO^ LOCKS,
and
? VAOT.T DOORS.
?Safbs Nos. 1,11,4A6,7, and 8, always on hand.
Steamboat Safes.
Jeweler Safes, and
Furnished to Order at
Ju2B-tf Manufactnrers* Prlcea.
NEW CARPETS.
?1S5S.^^Yc.
?ep4 14S Main itmt
Christmas Gifts!
Eh
<
$
?
w
?
W
Call and. See!
decH
For The
HOLIDAYS.
TTTE HAVE RECEIVED FOR THE HOL
VV IDAY8 the largest and finest Stock of
Goods we have ever had the pleasure to oflfer
to our customer*. We can only enumerate
a few of the leading articles, desiring an ex
amination by those wishing rare and fine
presents for their friends or children.
We have
WRITING DESKS,
WORK BOXES,
WATCH STANDS,
LADIES' COMPANIONS, |
ODOR BOXES,
CARD CASES,
TOILET BOXES,
JEWEL BOXES,
PORTFOLIOS,
DRESSING CASES
FANCY TUCK COMBS,
GAMES,
FINE FANS,
PORTMONNIES,
SATCHELS,
IVORY, BONE, STEEL *fc CRYSTAL
PINS AND EAR RINGS.
WOOLEN GOODS,
SEOAR STANDS,
MATCH BOXES,
SEGAR CASES,
SMOKERS' SETTS,
MEERSCHAUM PIPES,
LAVA AND TERRA COTTA WARE,
BRONZE ORNAMENTS,
BOHEMIAN AND GLASS GOODS,
CHINA 8ETTS,
SILVER PLATED GOODS,
PINE LACE AND EMBROIDERED
HANDKERCHIEFS,
EMBROIDERED COLLARS A CUFFS
CHILDRENS' FURS,
SKATING CAPS,
Skates,
DOLLS, IN GREAT VARIETY,
MINIATURE TRUNKS,
TIN, CHINA, WOOD, IRON AND
INDIA RUBBER TOYS,
CHAIR ROCKERS,
ROCKING HORSES,
J SLEDS,
WHEEL BARROWS,
DOLL CARRIAGES,
CARTS,
BUREAUS,
TABLES,
BEDSTEADS,
And a host of other goods. We solicit an
early calL
D. HI COLL A BKO.,
dec?-2w 109 Main Street.
The West Virginia Willing and
Manufacturing Company.
CAPITAL, ......8135,000
HENRY CRANGLE, JACOB BERGER,
President, Vice President.
M. W. BURT, A. ALLEN HOWELL
W.B.S1MP80N, T. M. DODQON.
W. F. PETERSON, Sr.
rilHlS COMPANY is now fnHy organised,
X and will, in a short time, commence the
mannfkctoreof refined Cartoon and I Jibricat
ln* Oils, Lamp Wick and Chimney*.
For information ln.Tegard to the Kcck or
Business of the Company, apply to cither of
the undersigned officers, or at the Oompfiny*
office on Main street, next door to the MAM.
Bank W. F. PETERSON, Jr. Sec'y.
8. P. HILDRETH. Treas'r,
JOSEPH Ht CONNELLY, 8up*, dec7j |
To Blacksmiths, or any Other ifon
SOLID
a*
V nnulfl, mUalan.
VI
tI?2HbJ'PETEB wwoHM"
d?et P. C. HZLDBETH * BBO.
Iflmfeant Sailoring.
Great BedQction in Prices!
I*OKA* E. Bus*.
H. Oroawmw I
Stein Brothers!
Gar. Main sc. Monro* mtrn.,
WHEEIONO, W. VA. |
TO ran PUBLIC I!
,V!S afur thii d*te, *11 oarCaatom
workwm be marked down. All work guar,
luteed to be made In the taSjt ?yl?
j>Mt manner. at from 15 to 30 per cent, lower
Ulan any otUer Home In thai Sly.
II M H T
CHINCHTLA8,
ELYSIANS,
ESKIMOS, and ,
CASTOR BHAVER8, |
ALL COLORS.;
FRENCH,
ENGLISH.
SCOTCH, and I
AMERICAN, |
PANCYJ3AS8IMERE8.
Black Cloths and Doe Skins,
All Ui* best mjlcM, made to order at greatly
reduoed prices. x
OUR BTOCK OP
;C L O T H I N G
And GENTS FURNISHING OOODS U Terr
larue and complete, were lately bought,
which we guarantee to sell 20 per cent, lower
than any other House In the city.
We mean what we say, and to convince yon.
all we ask is for you to call and examine and
be cenvinoed that this is no humbug.
STEIN BROTHERS,
Nob. IS and IB I
nov20-d&w Corner Main and Monroe 8to. j
Chickering & Son's
Piano Fortes l|
"For purity and sonority of tone, ele
gance of finish, thoroughness and du
rability of structure, thev rank fore
most of all."?Thalberg and Qottschalk.
Pittsburgh Agency
FOR
Chickering & Sons' Pianos!
Established In 1 SSI.
Chas. C. MeUor,Pittsburgh,Pa.,
Is the exclusive Wholesale Agent for western |
Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and
West Virginia.
WAREROOMS? 81 WOOD STREET, |
PITTSBURGH, AND 118 MAIN
STREET, WHEELING.
Special Notice
TOTMPMJCOF WHEELING
mHE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS THE CTT
X I ZENS of Wheeling and vicinity, that he
is now in the employ or
Mr. C. C. Mellor, or Pittsburgh,
wholesale
and
ssi
^d judging of the unapproachable mir.
short"=
Warerooma, or at ttaSSSr iS BS?S?,u*h
Every PImio WamaUMl for ft Tm
*
Terms Liberal.
JOS. EBERT.
dec! 8
Merchants' National Bank of W. Va., \
Whulwo, W. Va., Dec. 12,1885. J
mHE ANNUAL MKETING OF THE
X stockholders of this Bank, fbr the election
of nine Directors to serve for the ensuing year,
will be held at the Banking House on Tues
day. January 9.1886, between the hours of 10
a. m. and 3 p. m. S. BRADY,
decl4-tlljan9 Cashier.
A4>?UAL meeting OF TMV
tWiBMik.andelLuJnfOT
SrgS3J^eh iSthS^S^e Ht"?=
Election Notioe.
ANNUAL MEETING OF tww I
BUCKWHEAT 1'LotK.
ConwrMaAMand'QmncTSu.
#mtag gfcubijuij.
18 NO INVH8TMHNT
P*T? ? Bwt?r Interwl or
Brtiifi More comfort, UmIUi,
Happiness and Relief to
WHEELER & WILSON
SEWING MACHINE. I
Nothing oouldbe more acceptable as
-A. Holiday Grift |
and when you are parch Ming,
BUY THE BEST.
Reference Is made to hundred* of families |
now using them in Wheeling and vicinity*
WMi 8U!OrEH & CO.,
No. OO Main Street,
WHEELING, W. YA.
dec!
HOWE, SINGER.
BEST
Sewing Machines
FOR
Manufacturers.
Call on or address
H. MORTON,
OB Main Street, w Ueoltntf.
A PRESENT
FOR THE LADIES!I
?
GROVER dc BAKER
SEWING MACHINE!!
The Only Machine Making the Cel
ebrated l>onble Lock Stitch.
same Machine. No -wasto'ofthrMd7nortiK
ping or raveling of seams, no dropping of
stitches. Every seam secure, and all bias
seams elastic. All Machines warranted for
three years.
Instruction Free.
G. L. ABDILL, Agent,
No. 164 Market Street,
A Few dom, below the Market.
NOTICE TO BOOT AND SHOE |
DEALERS.
A RARE CHANCE
TT7E OFFER FOR BALE OUR RETAIL
YV Stock of Boots and Shoes, for cash or Its
equivalent, together with store furniture, fix
tures and lease or bouse to first day of April,
1807, with the good will and patronage or the
best retail home in the city. The location Is
No. 185 Main street, about the centre of busi
ness. Possession given at any time from 1st
of January to 1st of ApriL In the meantime
We have to say to our friends and the public
generally, that we shall continue to keep a
well selected stock, as heretofore. We have
Just received a fine lot of Ladles', Miens',
Men's and Children's wear, to which we in
vite attention. R. PORTER ? BON&
decl-lxnddkw
Train for the West.
WHmrao, Nov. 21st. 1885.
r\N AND AFTER THE &VrOF NOVEM
U BER, the Passengers and- Mails tram
Wheeling for the Westwill be dispatched ftom
the Depot of the B. & O. R. R. Co. at 4.40 a. m,
SUOp. m. .and leave Bsnwood on the arrival
or the c. b.^. R. trains at HMO a. m. and
Hgp.nL nova-tf
The Latest News.
BY TELEGRAPH.
By the Union Unas
Offloc, ooruar of Main and Monroe
From Washington.
Severely Johnson on the
Garland Case.
Order by Gen. Howard
EXCITEMENT IN RICHMOND
An Insurrection Apprehended
Execution of a Murderer.
Great! Excitement In Rlebmond
Fear. or nn Insurrection Among ibe
Nbw "York, Deo. 22.?The World's
special says:
The President yesterday sent to the
Senate the name of Gen. Van Valken
burg, of New York, as Minister to Ja
pan.
The Herald's Richmond correspon
dent says:
The people of Richmond are In a
high stale of excitement in apprehen
sion of an outbreak, among the negroes
during the approaching holidays. It is
reported that preparations for a gigan
tic insurrection have been made by the
extensive gathering and secretion of
arms, and from fear that the negroes
will attack and rob the trains, the Su
perintendent of the Richmond & Dan
ville Rail Road has issued a notice that
no freight will be carried over it be
tween the 2l8t inst.fand 5th of Jan. The
apprehension is believed to be ground
The aggregate force recently ordered
to be mustered out of the military ser
vice is 30.000.
General Fitz Henry Warren has been
breveted Mafor General. He will not
So to Guatamala, if at all, until after
le close of the Iowa Legislature, before
which he is a prominent candidate for
U. S. Senator.
The World's special says:
There is no official information from
the French Government that the Em
peror intends to withdraw the French
troops from Mexico, yet it is regulrrly
given out by the French Minister in
diplomatic circles that such is his in
tention. Maximilian expects to supply
their places with Austrian troops, num
bers of whom are said to be on their
"way to Mexico.
Nplrlt of the Stock Market.
New York, Dec. 22.?The Commer
cial says:
Money is more abundant; the de
mand from the street is quite limited:
the current speculation appears to bo
v?fy much supported by deposits left
with the brokers, so that applications
for call loans are quite limited. We
hear of no demand loans being made
below 7 per cent. Discounts are with
out change; prime endorsed, 60 days
paper, is current at 7a8 per cent.
, New York, Dec. 22.?The report is
that Mr. McCulloch's visit to this city
has no connection with the Treasury.
The probability is that except for the
purpose of contracting the currency
no further loans whatever will be re
garded for the present fiscal year.
The loan market is easy but inactive
at 7 per cent. Commercial pa,per is dull
at 7XalO. The stock market is dull and
little business of Importance doing
Government stocks are firm and rail
road Bhares steady. Forgold, this morn
ing, the following were the . leading
quotations: At 10:30 a. m., MB; at 11:30,
146V2; at 12 m., 14GX; at 1 p. m., 146>4;
at 2 p. m., Ijoyj.
Boston, Dec. 22.?The formal rccep
tion of the battle flags of Massachusetts
regimenta to-day, was the occasion of a
very imposing and Interesting military
display. There were about 3000 veteran
oflicers anil men In the marching col
umn, representing sixty regiments and
displaying some 260 battle torn flags.
All aloug the route of the procession
the veterans and their banners were
greeted in the|most enthusiastic manner.
Reaching the State house the color bear
ers advanced in front forming on the
steps of the capitol, while a regiment
acted as the guards on either side. The
whole space was filled up, and with the
crowd outside formed one ot
the moft striking scenes ever exhibited
in this city. The salute of artillery,
the waving of all the banners, and the
cheers having subsided, prayer was of
fered by the Rev. Dr. JLathrop. Major
General Couch, on behalf of the Mas
sachusetts volunteers, then presented
the colors to the keeping of the Com
monwealth in a brief and appropriate
address.
Execution of Henry Wilson tfae Mur
derer.
Rochester, Dec. 22.?Henry Wilson,
the notorious burglar and murderer,
was executed at Genessee, N. Y., at 12
o'clock to-dav. He was convicted of
the murder of Henry Devoe at Portaee.
on of M?y- He went to the
scaffold with the same callous spirit
that he had shown since his conviction,
and smiled with contempt upon the
scene in which he was most prominent.
He denied that he killed Devoe, but ad
mitted that he knew who was the guilty
party. He refused to entertain any
clergyman or receive spiritual advice.
He gave his body to his counsel who
sola it to a surgeon.
fcewla D. Campbell nm Minister to Hex
Ico.
Washington, Dec. :22.?There is no
doubt of the fact that the President yes
terday nominated to the Senat* ex
CongressmanJLewis D. Campbell, of
Ohio, to be Minister Extraordinary to
the Republic of Mexico, in place of Gen.
Logan, declined. The nomination was
referred to the Committee on Foreign
Relations. ?
Hon. John Bigelow, who was ap
pointed ad interim Minister to France,
has been nominated by the President
for confirmation.
or ">???? or tbe Sanitary
Commission.
??.PlSI,ASELPIrIA' Dec- 22.?The safe of
thZS?\t*ry Commission was found
?I dollars, in
United States bonds, the property of
Johp W. Wilson, chief clerk. The fol
lowing are the numbers of the 5-20
bonds of $500 dollars, 8658, 8550. 3560.
356!, 3562, 3563 and 3564 of $100 dollars;
I721's6818'66810 and ?f
*50 dollars No. 8589, 7-30's each fbr S500
dollars, 35903, 35906, 125435 and 1275470.
11Kr Dec. 22.?Gold opened at
146 and closed at 144J<.
Washington special says
PrfPar?l by a prominent
member of the House to increase pen
sions to double their present rate. The
expenditure under the present law is
fifteen million of dollars. It is now
proposed by this bill to increase it to
thirty million of dollars.
"York, Deo. 22.-A delegation of
Misslssippians.being the committee ap
pointed by the Legislature of their State
to petition the President for the pardon
of Jeff. Davis, called at tbe Executive
Mansion yesterday, and tbe petition was
presented, but no formal reply was giv
en by the President.
. ?ec- 22.?The Commer
cial's Washington dispatch says:
The Southern members of Congress
elect, held a caucus yesterday and de^
cided to return to their homes, leavins
one from each State to represent them
before the JolntCommltteeof Congress.
Torokto, Dec. 22.?The Governor
General declines accepting the resigna
tion of Hon. Geo. Brown. The other
members of the Government have been
summoned to Montreal to meet Hia
Excellency.
?hEHSTfB' ?."*?' 22.?a. circle of
the Fenian Brotherhood wss formed
tore lut night, nuroberingSJ members.
BmoI ntlons were unanimously adopted
sustaining O'Mahony, and |85 were
subscribed to the Fenian treasury,
Chjjumtoh, a. C., Dec. 20.?The
Mills House in this city was opened to
day for the first time sine* the com
n cement of the war.
Waahlwu, i<n.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. In thfi
SSSidiSt ??5
of the Freedmen'a BuresS M an
luteneceMlty until civil law is iuu
lUhed and enforced seourity to the
gar? af sanSse
S'^ags&Assss^
and wo?? 40 be operated by
the different agents of the Bareaaac
K f uelr lndlv'dual notions.
General Howard, Commissioner or
J*8?^016" a affairs, in view of the r?
?L iS",of General Grant, to-day issued
a^.i 7^? oallliut the attention of the
Assistant Commlsioner to that report
ti? ? the ?Mt trough inspec
J i ~.i ??<5?1)0 made ana the evils
SZPl??r corrected. An order
RnKiar^i 3^** department made the
independent of the military es
tablishment, and any agent or JSSr
who presumes to act contrary to such
instructions will be forthwith7i&l??d
or reported to the department
mander for trial by court martial and
in all matters of a military cha
they are under the direction or3lied?
parunent commander in the ume m.n
fort8?!**?!??10?' ?f ?DKIn0Gre building a
*?:he.?ame department who re
ports directly to the chief engineer
Every assistant commissioner wfll con
aequently seek co-operationwith "ho
department commander and must toon
him furnished with all information m
his posse-salon. His formal apnroVa"
must be scoured, when possible to all
orders and; scirculars Issued Ly the
assistant commissioner
In the United States Supreme Court
to-day, pending the case expartc, A H
Garland, of Ark.,'asking to be allowed
to practice as a counsellor, Hon. Rovers
dy Johnson delivered an argument
against the constitutionality of the
congressional test oath. There Lin*
no antecedent Government}* our owg
it is necessary to look to the Constitu
tion itself to see when the powers were
oonferred upon Congress ?
This being stated Congress is authorix
Hi
end. A restriction to the cla? of \?r
^2 that.Congress should pasa^o
cxpost /acto law or bill of nttalnder ?
^ 8 of this Is yell understood
to be, that any law wiiich makea ^n
J? ' crime which waa not a crime
Uw 2/nSk? i 8 wa8 committed, but the
w pott facto, in point of
frn?^!aU8e't Precludes tiie petitioner
from the exercise of a lawful ooounn
tion and strikes at aprofession in which
his hopes and ambition and tli^sui
P?ft o' himself and family are
volved. The punishment ?s severe
SiSfl a^d unexampled. It subjects
him to all the objection of the Constitu
tion, while it takes from him all its ad
r^waa % <"gg* 3-?
S?e?ttJf ^r?eoy~3
M, XemPayWh?evne
I liarly sensitive, and who saw nodnnwr 1
I th(f roh^iniGW,i Yho,hud t?ken part fn
I the rebellion, introduced a bill applv
ng the provisions of the law to pmciic
"?r5?y.a- The blu w?a sufimltuS
to the Judiciary Committee of the Sen
?y 5 unanimous vote was ro
* f.afterward, however, received
tho sanction of the Senate. It was
passed for the purpose of excluding the
P"'1''01!0? and all others similarly sit
uated, to prevent by excluding them
from the United States Court. It was
"?'f?r conduct subsequent, bit antS
dent to the passage of the statute Thin
actcome within the clear meaning of
the constitution that Con
gress shall pass no ex post facto law or
of attainder. No righta can hi
^ w unless the accused
shall bo first convicted of tho offence
charged, and these rights include th^
holding of office of emolument and
w"svS10 attorney General had argued
Jf't ,Fr'2ay that the admission to prac
tice in the courts ia not a natural rluht
? I, created by law, and therefore
may be regulated by law, and either
Sat Con^^Mcan.^y ^w'prohlbit tho
sel, and therefore Congress has no iuris
diction over that subject. It is truo
that every court Is vested hv
J t i.S W"Q snail not annear
as counsel. The obligation wh?{f ta
imposed on Congress to crnj.fnXT.7_.
withit an obligation on thSpwt
A?1? , admit counsel. ^*he
"berty dem^ds,
struggles-^nd despotism whichha?
disgraced the world/ The accured hid
been denied counsel. ConKreaa wm.M
convort itself into a tvrannVlr
establishing coZ^i/w^ exc ude
such a class of men. The act of Con
grass under review compels "man ?
swear against himself, wSne^S^i0
er is given to the court to inmifrol^
tho fuels. No man by the constitution h!
compelled to testif/
The petitioner, with othors, was l*n
volved in the effort to estubllnh ?u_; ~
&aXrior^h~S|
alty that pera^then accuaCd sCl
not bo admitted as attornev* ln .?,?
United States court. Congress i"l88?
K^?ala?-saying thatT&verfhS
President deemed proper he might
declare a general amnesty, whilo ?h.
constitution confers npon him th!
?SSi,lP?w?r ?f granting pardons
and reprieves. The pardon places the
recipient of it In the position
commissicm of the criri^,
makes him a new manaudUivMiH mJ
of all antecedent consequent si.l?
poao this law of 1865 hS CVft
FreMon'andl,tiief0mth0 Pnnishn>ent of
crime had been WntS^dif not
?u^Jnet?iThPe^S
vented him from being excluded
i"8,?,n attorney In tho courts;
The court holds the matter under unrfor
MoT^7nn^"dh" ^ until
Sew York Market.
New York, Deo. 22.
port; 182008 35 rSS&TsSu.-1 sJSa/m f1'
Mldilgnn, and 1 90 for n.w D_[or. wt!l">
Philadelphia Market.
PHILAnELPHIA, Doo. 22.
t. hold em rlemnnj ?
*** WbSySn
ClUeaco Market.
Chicaoo. Dpc. 22.
Sew Tork ??? Hu>,k MmrUtt.
Komtmhoob ? W York. Dec- 22.
StJrtlSg S5aSg^"g?y,??ff ?t 7 per cent,
wttboal "^aiO^' aold
?*? to l?e? andi2^?^/!K" ?"S ?d
^ssgissEKg;
New "iork Central
??9P?pi> 6i; Eriejgr.
tral ex dlv^S^i^S,.?* rSS?*}??** Cen"
Claveland A ftSrtSrSh^Sr- w S'S,/ 72*
prftl 61; Chicago A QuPn?y?{. OO.
nibbuit Un stock Market.
b^5fe^Slyem{S^Ilrl?^a8
es&afisass
sacu^as-^jss
tr?PrICe8'7i< to 8 cen" gro^s, while
[ v?r S?rr grades are as duTl as
Extern hnJ"""* "t,U ^rthor declined.
| ^-astern buyers were more disno*^? tA
operate this week thanZf ff,,!;
Ohio
W also note some t^b^thrtl
VX, and ^wui0"1"0 ,that "'d at 6? to
were disposed of ,hat
t*?^ssMissr.,
nnu^aiivr^ct?2ru^rin?H?f!S haflbe<!n I
sfe^as
sss&sP
CT?h??8?? ?H-^y gi&SSBE
320, at 10 cents.
SHEKP.?A1
the past year
X? * ?u?. ~ "
esawsst
S--A"ISSfS"&??
feafSSSiS
S^fSSSS
tationa o?SP H?one to ?>tabl!ah quo
*ew Tork T Oooda Market.
K '""'I**"'"".
dn;?do Jj?s become more active. The
o'flS"'I!l^\a?Mn?,Ko?f0fho i'maulS
oJWoAaon fiand,andpri^ha^e^UU
gU S'e "???
bleached goods 2Wca5o Tho & 3
s^dy bra0n^?'te,,,',arket closes un
.^ntrtSE'-KKi?
SfSaaSlSj
wjcSSJaftSE
sfi^ar-5*KB5
WboUsaU potions.
POLLACK'S
NOTION HOUSE.
Agoncy for Brown *Co.'a American
Mechanical and Tin Toys.
Presh arrival of Imported
toys and fancy goods.
J^WNrSSgg1' FR0M GERMAN
'S "S^'00!?" Hosiery,
S ?? g22&rtt'
OnSd'^h'0" Snd <*"*. for ?le>tlr^
To arrive,
ten CASES LOOKING GLASSES
A?orted HIks. '
T? redOCe "tock- "own ladles' and
_,?G^?yES aND GAUNTLETS
h? "?M w"h small advance on coat.
In ?tore, a full ?toek of
Stationery;
Perttameiy, M'??'
Pipe Heads and Stems, ^,p
Firecrackers,
Torpedoes,
and Fireworks
.? PLATE QLAHR;
creating ^rL Pri0e" ?noVw
State. Sdt!^2ffl,U ^ro^boulUie United
sTsSS&Ssr ?^S|S &"???:
new'place ?rt!S^'???V??. mp"'. at ihelr
Patronage lieretoro^Jyo^!! nu"Uo11 of l,le
ocas m* leech ? oo?
No. 113Malnstm?t
Thomas Hughes
it^f. a?^i??Ana? No- corner
tt tailoring,a
w
. _ ,0?**I BAB ikuv
25 WeUTooh^SSi J?2,N'" F9R OIr*
53 Main street. ,
Wanted.
att?22HF
1TTE TT A Vr> >Tnn 1?" ???
22^3^1 norg4-tf
v,?iVyE AL8? BEEN RECEIVING A
d?. OenL'a F^I^l^.fJ&K.and
?gjgwAiSaBS&^irB
-2S2 HARPERA imn
CofTee! Coffee:
bags choice.
IO ? Prime.
Fair and low
IvimmIm A * ?
J9 42 f Primed
A few
Oc24
pockeUcholwiiTjJJ^j^
LiOT.^saayi^at
t?iis DAv^fiftJE?'
or oKSSex*
harper a bm
5m9
harper ^
Bto'^ent^^^PENED,
y harper,
day. aim
'.A FINE
""tPEBtBRn
j??5? THIS
igggL HARPHR A^HRnnr
No. 18 Watar fit.
BOOTS AND SHOES
M'OLELLAN & KNOX
?? MAIN STREET."
w HUE lino;
\yE HAVB rvrr received oir
FALL and WINTER STOCK
OP
BOOTS AND SHOES
J?"" M-CLELAK * KNOX .
HIGGINS' GALLERY,
Stmt Mmn JkTaln ?? Markrt. '
P?noi?^Ai^iliB^ptAn>"OR finished
i^m nM p!rta\Si ' ,IOm Uf? or
tJUPBiK} !P!roGRAl'HB-PartleuIar pains
^-ncca-- dec!8
IRON.
N?sR^?^-blrhDo^^?^,^.
^T,?i:roSjPTi?is,'a" "**?
Round and Square Iron.
6'?"?
We InvtJS?" 15 MA? !^n" f?r ^ "
i Anv,t?1,16 Mention of Blacksmiths and
iKSSSSSf ?ted
_Bep23 ACHESON. BELL ft CO.
McCabe, Kraft & Co.~
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
8g >f AIy RTRF-ET, g
Wheellnor, w. Vn
ALuARGE * COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
?lSurin?, SU,nte- M?r^
tad^ow flJSSi " aro ?"en*X ">
Porrh^r are rcpectfolly Invited to roll.
A Card. ~
X\TF. RETURN OUR THANKS TO thp
%niLurliiJe?K'
2K> W^Tbta m?|ln'iW';'!e ,n
llothat??K22i5^ lnr??iiiKthe pnb
"g"uDlmh.'^a,JP?SfT? q?.U.ie Vrofinw
COATES, BROTHERS,
Commission Merchants
MB?* ITIKCHASK 4 SALK or
WOOL,
127 Market St. and 103 * 103 Jon cm R(
PHILADELPHIA.
Rkwjamtjt Coates,
Oko. Morkibon COATKH. ?epl2-?md
JOHN BROWN,
SUCCESSOR TO
WTKE8 & BROWN.
189 Main fttrwf,
pHOTOORAPHB ^vn
fc^dssssis.-- w""-r co,??'
!12rtnlent of out Mill Rnaewnori
A ho a variety of Fancy aSTtJSS
SarSii anToopte'""d* or life-size.
*^uu am* examine. aprl.3
CHAM. II. HEBBY,
Ko*. 18 * is Water St.,
Manufacturer and Denier In
Manilla, Hemp, Cotton and Jnte Hope,
J?3L
T5 An IRON-Round**rom"s.l? to 3 In.
?l",arc- X Vi l?
Si. Z
?na
nov2? P. C HILDRgrn ftBRO..
TOBACCO.
Tn2Lffi5?l??!?no favorite; and
_L standard brands constantly on hand:
? TOBACCOS.
RumeU's 10'aln butts.
Ctannatra 10-nln bntta.
S'ASS!* 12 "I" caddie*.
Hal/ Dime 22'* lircaddim.
TSWJ3* Half Drum.
y and coddles.
_ , BRIGHT TOBACCOS.
H?ya1 Gem in butts.
gjwten star in butts.
a?i"si?Ieyv;lnc^dlM
" ** jo?a ??
wrr,,ron,uto?M.nn0,,^b<i^y^
COD FI8H?10 DRUMS. - - L ABIIA lullt
-? I fornlSb'y ,,b1*-<uld halr bl,u- received
nova PRYOB. HANDI.AN ft CO.
77ILOUR?
S5 b?1ta- fc!"lIer Idem Family,
?J0 Indiana Mills "
JS?. ^ Dover Mill. ?.
aw Good Extra "
foraale by PBYOR. ifaNDLAN ft CO.
BBLS- KXTRA NO. I, JU8T
nova PRYOR. HANDLAN A CO.
JtS&SS9SS alld Lard" ^
A\J S Caalu Choice Shonklein,
J nwt received by LIBrOfifiXftV/iT'
Tobacco
povl? LIOT. MORRIflON A CO.
A J2Q7*- 'Wflwlitulw. Nopfg, nr?l ^
0\7 Wdor. Painted Buckets,
25 dor. Waxliboards.
200 dor. Brooms.
& barrels Morod'i Bin^Mnr
eelved and foraaleby^ Cftn<llljwlck. JlW ro
novlt) LIOT. MORRIBOK * m
^con-^rnen^d^goe^;^
New Mackerel
S Noa.2 43. mecUuin.
-2= X?IST. MORRISON A Co.
okk^tesss1"011
600 hiiL (j r? 'P k?? aborted abort.
In PeWMIoo caja fur Aale by
BOTH LIST. MOklllHfiv /TO.
BAV1A6E CAKIWCS.
19 KFXJ3 JUT RECEIVED. AND FOR
diciT 7 ""T- MORRISON ft (5.
10 ready
dee? Comer Market and'j^S"ja.
Potatoes
Qftft ?B^- PEACH BLOW POTATOES?
prima article, for sale by
nov* GORRELL A CO.

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