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QUEENSWARE.
Winship, Woods & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS HI
China, Glass and Queensware,
LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, OIL, AC.,
Wo. &, Main street,
WHEELING.
Sign of the Big Pitcher.
Always on band, a Large stock of
COMMON" STON'E AND YELLOW
WARE AKD WINDOW GLASS.
Sola Agents for WEST VIRGINIA for
Dithridge's Patent XX Flint Glass
Lamp Chimneys.
WE RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE AT
tention of the trade, and purchasers gen
erally. to our very large and well assorted
Stock Of goods, of new and choice patterns,
sod of our own direct Importation, which w
are prepared to hell at lem prices tuan the
same qualities of goods can be bought in
either tne Eastern or Western cities. We so
licit a call. WINSHIP. WOODH 4C>,
marl3-ly No. 8, Main street.
NEW GOODS.
New Styles,
At Low Cash Prices.
A. M. ADAMS & CO.
F AS1II O X ABLE
Merchant Tailors,
AJTD DEALEB3 IN
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
So. 86 Water Street,
WHEELING, W. YA.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ONE OF
the flne-t, cheapest and l?ent selected
Stocks of Spring and Summer Goods ever
brought to this market, at low price*, selected
for Cu-tom Work, confuting or French, fcn
gllsh.and Oomesnlc Cloths of all grades and
oolors. French, English and American fassi
meres; Silk, Cashmere and Marseilles Vest,
lntts. While. Fancv, Linen and Traveling
BtU rta, Gaus Undershirts and Drawers, Scarfs,
Tien, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Socks,
Gloves, Collars, Ac., Ac.
We also have on hands a large stock of
Ready-made Clothing, and we are ?elling
these goods as low a** any other house In the
diy, without any exceptions.
Special attention given to the filling Of
ordeis.
mrSO-ly A. M. ADAMS * CO.
1866. 1866.
New Spring' Goods.
JOHN T. LAEIN & CO
Merchant Tailors,
And Dealers In
Gents' Fnrnishing Goods,
NO. 25 MONROE ST.,
.WHEELING, WEST VA.
H
Have JUST RECEIVED a LaRGE
and fine assorted stock of
CLOTHS,
CAJS8IMERES,
VESTING 8,
LINEN, Ac.,6c.
Also a well selected stock of FURNISHING
GOODS, consisting of everything necessary
to complete a Gents' Wardrobe, embracing
all the latent novelties of the seu-son. api7
AGE.MXS WANTED FOK THE
PICTORIAL BOOK OF
Anecdote* nnd Incidents of tlie Re
bell inn.
QPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED WITH
O over SOU fine Portraits ami b*-aattful en
fjsvlngs. The Valiant and Brave Hea ted.
the Picturesque and Drsmatic, the Witty and
Marvelous, the Tender and Pathetic, the R-.ll
of Fame and Story. Camp, Picket, Spy. Scout,
Bivouac, and siege, startling Surprises.
Wonderful i?acape*, Famous Words and
Deeds of Women, and the wnole Panorama
of the War are here thrill inely portrayed In a
masterly manner, atonoe Historical and Ro
mantic, rendenns it the most ample, brilliant
and readable book that tne War has called
forth Send for circulars and see our terms.
Address, NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Minor ?L, Philadelphia, Pa.
my3l-iran<sw?
G. B. CALDWELL,
Attorney at Law & Claim Apt,
NO. 70>4 MAIN STREET,
Up Btalrs, over J. C. CooperN-dry goods store.
Refers by permission to His Excellency, a.
I. Boreman, Governor of West Virginia: F.
P. Pelrpolnt, Adjutant General of West Vlr
Hank of w*"*-lin*;
=? Cashier Merchants National Bank!
nya-gm
"Household Blessings.'
NO MORE COLD DINNERS ON WASB
Days i
The celebrated onion -washing
Machine And Clothan Wrlntcer. combined
or wperate; unlveronll y au initial to bo the bnt
and most reliable ma*-lne in a-e. For sale by
aprtS PKY*?R BOYD A CO. 1
Destroy Your Ruts and Roaches!
BTJRT'S EXTERMINATOR.
TH NOW THE MOST RELIABLE AR
JL Ucle forthe purpose known. It jY?rrcr
jaUi. Sold by all Druggists In large boxes
for as eta. McCabe, Khait a Uo^ Wheel
agents for West Va. HaU die
gut ty their hole*. fcbl^-ly
J. * .CO- NO. 24 WATER
WholMal* Orncera, h.ve Ju*t re
? . Extra family Jnonr.
60 ChestsTea.^^^
Hi kfl3 ln X bbl.
Molasses and Syrup.
Dried Peacnea febS
Just Received.
?? BBLB PUKE CIDER VINKGAR.
Ou 20 Tierces Sugar Cured Hams.
J m J' ~ " tohouldera.
20 " Navy Beans.
JO Bbfes York State Dried Apples.
S- Flour.
u Peach Blow Potatoes, for sale
tor JNO. K- BoTdFuKDA UO?
niyiS No. 2-i Water street.
J. S. RHODES
REMOVED HIS STOCK TO THE
wk port of the Religious Book Store
and will open oat this morning with
- - -1 lkst colored Prints at 12}?.
5oc
and other goods as less prices Uian ever.
;
IH vMPION FLOUR AGAIN ON HAND
' and for sale by
UST. MORRfSON A CO.
STYLE OF NURSING BOTTLE
?tad by ODJEtdKT, End of Stone
myl?
JJUrrfbant tailoring.
18 6 6.
SPRING & SUMMER.
^ p?t wi. B> ODOOETHnMXB.
STEIN BROTHERS,
Merchant Tailors,
** WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING,
Gentlemens Furnishing
Goods,
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Yestings,
Tailors Trimmings, &o., &c?
NOS. 13 & IS
CORNER MAIN AND MONROE STREETS,
Wheeling, West Va.
OUR HTTK'K IS NOW VERY FULL, A**D
complete, to which wo are making additiona 1
every week of
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
which we will aeil very low either Whole*
sale or Retail.
STEIN BROTHERS.
aprlO
NEW GOODS.
D. A. Adler & Co.,]
Successors to M. RHEINSTROM.
Branch or the House KOII.V.ADLER |
A UOII.V.or Philadelphia,
No. 141 Main street,
WHEELING. W. TL
Offer to sell at the very low
e>t market prices their new and extensive
stock or
JDLLINERY & STRAW GOODS,
Hosiery, Dress Trimmings,
EMBROIDERIES, &c? &c.
Alexandria and Empress Kid Gloves. The
latest styles Hair Nets, French and American
Corbels, Balmorals, Shawl*, Parasol* and Um
brellas. {special luducements on our
SILK COATS,
BASKS, Etc.,
consisting of over two hundred of the latetit
sly lea.
D. A. ADLER A CO..
Ill Main St.,
ZoylS Wheeling.
NEW MATERIAL
roR
RO OPIN G !|
CHEAP AND DURABLE.
Fire-Proof & Water-Proof
Plastic Slate Roofing !|
THE COMBINATION OP PULVERISED
hl.ite and vlncou* matter as a roofln* m*
terial stands anrlvalled. A mastic?it adapts
itM?lf to every shape and slope. It Is n??n.
combustible, lmpervlou-, non expansive, and
, uudecaylug. Frost does not crack, tior heat
| dlwioive It. The only rootlm* material ever
1 discovered t??nt will reMst the a?*tlon of the
element* as long as as the structure It pro
tects. For repairing old aud preserving
new metallic rootsof all kind*, P.a-?tlc 8Iaie
has never been equalled, while it has proved
an invaluable acquisition to tb?* mectianic
arts asapieserverof metal and wood when
imbedded in wat-r or earth, or exp"sed to
the weather. Being susceptible oi-little, it
any wear fn-m exposure, and perfectly fire
proof, it is unequalled as a paint for railroad
and farm buildings, lenoes and biid^tn, iron
I or wooden.
Having procured the sole right to use the
above rootling material In tne counties of
Ohio and Wood we are prepared at all times
io put on new or repair old roots at the
shortest p>?slul? notice. Our terms are rea
sonable an?i work guaranteed.
JoUNbOti, CAPEHaRTA CO.,
No. 179 Market Square,
my29-tf wheeling, W. Va.
ABSF.R OT. JOH5 L- RICK
M. 0. LEECH & CO., |
No. U3 Main Street,
WHEELING, WEST VA-.. |
FASHIONABLE
Merchant Tailors.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR
Spring and Sammer stock of the latest
styles and patternsof French. English, Oer
i man and American Cloths, Cassimeres and
VesUuga. at the lowest market price*.
Al*>, oar stock of Ke-vly Made Cloth Ine,
made up in tne latest and best styles, will be
I disposed of Wholesale or Retail .at greatly re
1 2H251., <***}* ParnUhlng Goods, In
8reaU.I~t3r?for amlm ?*??apai No. US.
myl7-Sm
Seed Buckwheat.
500 .SSSSE 8EED JDOTI
DODSoN * BROS.,
Ja2-m No. 21 Mamk. ,
Masonic Regalia 1 Masonic Regalia 1
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP MAS
A ter Mason's Regalia received on con
signment and ?0r sale by
U. P. BROWN ? CO
zny29-lm No. 2 Washington HuL
^riving parbincs.
WHEELER & WILSON
SEWING MACHINE
Makes the Lock Stitch Alike on
Both Sides.
Ia Warranted and Kept in
Repair Three Years.
IT WILL DO ANY KIND OF SEWING
THAT CAN BE DONE BY HAND EX
CEPTING BUTTONS ANDIBUTTON
HOLES.
WJL STTMNEB &. CO.,
99 MAIN ST.
JanZ7
HOWE AND SINGER
BEST
Sewing Machines
FOR
]VI am.il ac tixr ers.
Call on or address
HOWARD MORTON,
OO Main. Street.
Jan27 ^?????
THE
EMPRESS OF FRANCE,
EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA,
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA,
EMPRESS OF BRAZIL
QUEEN OF SPAIN,
QUEEN OF BAVARIA,
AND
PRINCESS ROYAL OF ENGLAND;
Have all been furnished by command with
OHOVEB ?St BAKER'S
premium
SEWING MACHINES!
FIRST CLASS PRIZES HAVE BEEN
AWARDED THEM
At the Exhibition of London, Paris, Dublin,
Lenz, Besaxicon, Bayonne Rt- DIrier, Chalons
In the Old World; and In the New
At Every State and Connty Fair
Where they have been exhibited.
The reason why, the
GROVER & BAKER
FAMILY SEWING MACH1K
Is the only machine which
EMBR O I D E R S,
The only machine which
MAKES THE ELASTIC STITC2T,
The only machine which
USES TWO SPOOLS,
The only machine which
FASTENS THE ENDS OF THE SEAM
The only machine which
MAKES A BIAS SEAM
That will not break not ravel In stretching
the material. Tlie only
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
WHICH MAKES
Lock-Stitch and Double Lock-Stitch
Machines.
Purchaser* enn exchange for either, If nut
'united with their flrat choice.
EXAMINE FOB YOURSELVES
at;
No. 164 Market Street,
Below the Market
mart ?
a R UrIAiN R. McLiA^I^"'.
B. McLAIN. B McLAIN.
McLAIN BROTHERS,
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS,
And Dealers in
FANCY GOODS,
PERFUMERIES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
CUTLERY;
SOAPS,
BRUSHES,
COMBS, Ac., &o.
Also, a complete assortment of the J3"?*1
Brandies. Wines and Liquor* for rwdicina
Wo would call attention to our
facilities for filling Physician*
prescriptions. Our Drags and
Medicines are carefully selected
In eastern markets, with
special reference to that
branch of business. Onr
store is open at all hours,
both night and day.
We never trust pre
scriptions to bov*.
Oar youngest,
prescriptlonlst
has had
HOWARD IRON WORK^
EL A. HILDRIXH, R- It?S?rvS"
President. Secretary.
VHEEUTO, W- VA
MANUFACTDBE ALL SIZES OF
Wrought Iron.
GAS, WATER 4 STEAM PIPE,
Oil Well Tubing, Gas Fittings, 4c.
Orders will reoelve prompt attention by
P. C. HILDRETH A BBO-,
53 Main street,
aprTfl fln- Wnnuw. w. va.
nnn BUSH. CHOICE PEA.CH BLy W
b?0 POOUOM. tor BOYD A CO.
The Latest News.
BY TELEGKATH.
By the Union Line:
Office, confer of Main and Monroe street
Ttie Feolaus.
Ottawa, C. W.t June 14.?Thus far
the number of arrests made through
out Canada since the suspension of
the habeas corpus act is eightj'-jour. j
These are Canadian Fenians and they '
are now in jail in various parts of the !
provinces. The police have succeeded !
in capturing 3,500 stand of arms secre- 1
ted in various places throughout Cana
da. It is believed that there are much
larger quantities still concealed.
Parliament makes ample appropria
tions for the widows and orphaus oi the
killed and wounded at the baLtle of
Ridgeway.
Montreal, June 13?10:45 p. m.?I
have just received information from
Ottawa that the Government have not
up to this hour determined when the
order to try the Fenians will be issued.
Buffalo, June 14.?Surgeon E. Don
nelly, Surgeon in charge of the Irish
army, has issued an appeal to the
friends of Ireland to come forward and
furnish the means of purchasing such
articles as the sick and wouudeu may
| need during the comiug campaign.
Money and supplies should be sent bv
| express to this city.
I Brig.-Gen. Burns, commander of the
Irish Republic arinv on the western
I frontier, has assumed command in this
I city.
Col. Sherwin has been released. Two
soldiers have been detailed bv General
Barry this evening at the "telegraph
office to prevent Feulan messages be
ing transmitted thecoiupauy's wires.
The following address is to be read to
ihe army of the Irish Republic ut this
point to-morrow.
Head Quarters Irish Republic, )
Buffalo, June 13, istfti. J
To the soldiers of Irish liberty:
Countrymen and irieuds,'the procla
mation of President Roberts, just is
| sued, calls upon you to stand lirm bv
(the cause that our movement must and
j will advance. Under these circumstan
ces, and in view of the fact that Congress
I will very soon, either repeal tne neu
! trality law or exietid to us beligerent
rights, in the name Ireland, we beg of
I you to do your duty. .Let no Fenian so
| disgrace himself as to accept the igno
l minions conditions attached to the prof
! fer of Government transportation.
Never, Irishmen, forswear your rights
I as American citizens, or your devotion
to tne cause foe which you have sacri
| heed so much, and for which you are
ready to die. Do nothing that would
be unworthy of your manhood and
race. Be patient, a glorious future
awails j'ou, aud ere many days the
order to march will gladdeu your
hearts. Therefore, staud tirin, aud
don't allow the iuirigues ofofficers who
are in the pay of the British, to cause
you to do anything dishonorable. Wait
the orders of your military officers, aud
conduct yourselves as you have in the
past while here, aud the citizens of this
city will not ueglect you.
Fraternally, J. \V. Fitzgerald.
Michael ocaxlan.
Buffalo, June 14.-The guard placed in
the telegraph office yesterday p. m. has
to-day been withdrawn. It was a mis
take and was, we believe, done without
Gen. Barry's knowledge. The Fenians
have caved and are now seeking trans
portation on General Barry's terms, viz:
not to take up arms to invade Canada.
As many as li,500 names have ulready
been enrolled by their officers to return
home. President Roberts' last procla
mation has completed the work of dis
banding lhe Feuian army here, though
before it was published the Fenian
General Burns was in treaty with Gen.
Barry to get the government, aid to send
the men away.
New York, June 14.?An Ogdens
burg special to the Times to-day, says
tbe following is a list of the Fenian offi
cers who refused to give bail, and were
committed to jail at Canandaigua, to
appear before a United Slates com
missioner on the 19th inst.: Gen. Mur
phy, of New York; Gen. Hefierinau, of
Albany; Col. O'Reilly, of Rochester;
Lieut. Quinu, of Albany; Maj. Connel
ly, of Newark, N. J.; Capt. Glass, of
Aew York; Capt. Brady, of Albany;
Capl. Fall, of Pottsdam; Capt. Lindsey,
of New York; Lieut. O'Brien, of New
York, and Dr. Shins, of Newark.
Albany, June 14.?In a dispatch for
warded ou Saturday night, it was
stated that tbe rinderpest or pleuro
pneumonia bad made its appearance
in New York, and that it had been so
officially announced by the president
aud Secretary oi the New York Agri
cultural Society. The statement was
erroneous. The officer named an
nounced the appearance of the pleuro
pneumonia, but not rinderpest. These
diseases of cattle are entirely different
in their nature. The rinderpest has
not appeared in this country, so far as
the knowledge of the officers named
extend, and it is confidently .expected
we shall escape the scourge.
Miscellaneous Aewi.
New York, June 14.?The morning
pa pers contain the following special
telegrams from Washington: The Sen
ate Finance Committee is busily en
gager! on the Internal Revenue tax bill,
and are making rapid progress, and
hope to complete it by Friday. Very
few changes are being made, and
these mainly on the recommendation
of the Commissioner. A tremendous
pressure has been brought to bear in
favor ol substituting specitic for ad va
lorem duties on tobacco aud cigars, and
it seems well settled that the commit
tee will make this recommendation.
A number of applicants are here for
the position of naval officer, made va
cant to-day by Ihe death ot Hon. Mo
ses F. Udell, of New York. George
Blount and Mr. Bailey are reported
among tbe number, but as no lederal
appointment of any consequence in
the Government is made, except to
soldiers, it is considered that Col# Hill
yer's chances are the best.
The typhus fever has assumed sucb a
malignant and epidemic form at the
United States jail for the District of
Columbia, that on recommendation ol
i Dr. Beauhamel, the jail physician, tbe
court has discharged about forty in
mates conlined lor minor offences,
within the last few days, and the Sec
retary of Ihe Interior has put at the
officer's disposal, one of the hospitals
at Judiciary Square, to which the sick
are removed. The fever has prevailed
at this institution with varied violence
for a month past, and has been con
stantly increasing. Owing to the
prorr>pt efforts of the officers, the fatal
ity has not thus far been great.
Secretary Seward will send, to-mor
row or next day, to the Senate, such
information as will show that Napoleon
is retiring from Mexico in good faith.
The Bureu of Refugees, Freedmen
and Abandoned Lands yesterday re
ceived from tbe Assistant Commission
erof Kentucky aud Tennessee, a highly
encouraging report containing matters
of public interest. It represents that j
he has ordered the issue of *25,000 ra
tions in East Tennessee, during tbe
month of June, to destitute persons,'
and recommended the same in July,
and the eutire withdrawal of all rations j
from and after August next.
Specials to the evening papers say
that tbe House Military Committee
have agreed to report a new army bill.
It provides for a reduction of ten regi
ments below tbe number named in the
former bill.
The radicals have agreed not to pass
tbe bill reported by tbe reconstruction
committee, and thus secure a unani
mous vote in favor of the amendment.
This will virtually place the subject in
the bands of tbe Slates.
The House Banking Committee will
report a recommendation to reduce the
tax ou National Bank circulations to
tbe half of oue per cent. They decline
to exempt bauk stock from national or
municipal tax.
The Tribune's Washington special
says: Messrs. O'Connor and Pratt,
counsel for Jeff. Davis, bad a Ion 4 in
terview with tbe President to-day. It
is understood outside that the Presi
dent now takes the ground that if a
I' writ of habeas corpus should be grated
I to Judge Underwood or should be
1 merely demand him for tri?l; he would
surrender him, but he could not con
i t ustently release him otherwise. His
c -bances for release are more faint to
I d ay than ever.
A Tribune Montreal special says:
j T. be Government has ceased arming,
hi ?d railroad trains and boats arernn
ni ng. No "one is allowed to see tbe Iua
pr tsoned Fenians. The volunteers are
I stil I at the Iront.
CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS.
Washington, June 14.
HOUSE.
, Mr. Lawrence, of Pa., introduced a
bill for the creation of a National Bu
reau of Insurance and to provide for
funding the indebtedness of the United
States, which was read twice and refer
red to the Committee on Military Af
fairs. He also reported back a substi
tute for the House bill for the reorgani
zation of the army. It was ordered to
be postponed till Tuesday next.
The Senate bill to authorize the Com
missioner of Patents to pay those em
ployed as examiners and assistant ex
aminers. The salary fixed by law for
the duties performed by them, which
was before the House at its adjourn
ment yesterday, came up in order and
Mr. Harding, of Ky., withdrew his mo
tion to lay it on the table when the biil
was passed by 65 ayes to 41 nays.
Mr. Whaley presented the credentials
of Lewis Harris, claiming to be elected
to Congress from the 5th Congressional
district, of North Carolina, which was
referred to the Committee on Recon
struction.
The House resumed the considera
tion of the bill, which was up yester
day, to establish assay offices at Port
laud, Oregon, and Boise City, Idaho,
and to discontinue the branch mint at
Dalllas City, Oregon, Charlotte N. C.,
and Dablongona, Ga. Mr. Henderson
concluded his speech, which ho had
commenced yesterday, by offering an
amendment to strike out "all in the bill
referring to Oregon, aud add to the sec
tion amendiug the act of July, 1664, by
transferring the branch mint'at Dallas
City to Portland. The debate was par
ticipated in by Messrs. Allison, Mor
rill and Thayer. Mr. Henderson's
amendment was rejected by a vote of
01 to 73, and the bill was passed.
Mr. Hooper, of the Committee on
Banking and Currency, reported a bill
to amend the National Currency Act,
which was read twice and recommitted
with leave to report at any time. The
bill amends the section of the National
Currency Act in the following particu
lars :
SEC. IS. Gives the Comptroller of
Currency additional power to proceed
summarily agaiust any bank which
may be found, or which he has reason
to believe, has been guilty of any vio
lation of the banking law. He may
appoint a commissioner at any time to
investigate the atfairs of any bank, and
upon satisfactory proof that any bank
is not carrying on the legitimate busi
ness of banking, he may appoint a re
ceiver to close up its atfairs.
Sec. 21. Reduces the circulation of all
Natioual Banks, whose capital exceeds
$300,000, ten per cent, aud provides that
no bank shall have a circulation ot
more than one million of dollars, it
also provides that such reduction may
be euforced by a retention of the inter
est of any bonds deposited in the trea
sury. Tne reduction must take place
by the first of January, 1867.
It provide* f urther that there shall be
?30,0i>0,000 additional bank circulation,
io be used for the conversion of the old
Stale banks into National banks; and
$15,000,000 for new banks in the south
ern and other States which have secur
ed thus far the least r:.liable propor
tonofthe working capital of the toial
amount, which is not to exceed the
preseut limits of $300,000,000.
Sec. 29. Provides that no person,
firm or t:orporatiuu shall become the
debtors of any bank to au extent ex
ceeding one-ienth of its paid-up capi
tal stock, unless such liability is se
cured by United States collateral of I
bona fide bills of exchange, or of tegti- |
larly made or discounted paper actual- j
ly owned by the party for whom it is
discounted; and the officers and direc
tors are made liable for any violation
of thissectioii, and the bank is subject
to a penalty of $1,000.
Sec. 32, Continues the present sys
tem of redemption, with the addition
al requirement that redeeming bauks
in the several cities, as now pro
vided, shall be required to redeem its
uwn notes and the notes of any associ
ation for which it creates a redeeming
agency in the cities of New York, Phil
adelphia and Uoston, thus establishing
what has been known as the Suffol:
Bank system throughout the country
Sec. 34. Requires monthly returns
from each Bank to the comptroller of
the currency, lo be sworn to by the
president and cashier; Ihequarterly re- 1
turus to be verified under oath by a
majority ot the Board of Directors.
The details of the returus are also con
siderably increased.
Sec. 41. Reduces the tax on circula
tion from the half of one percent, semi- '
annually to one-fourth of one per cent,
and also takes oif the tax on the capital
leaving the tax on deposits as at pres
ent and making no change on Lhe local
taxation.
Sec. 45. Requires the Secretary of the
Treasury to withdraw from any Gov
erumeut depository any public money
in excess ot the amount secured by the
amount of bonds deposited to secure
the safe keeping of such public money.
Mr. Julien. irom the Committee on
Conference on the bill for the disposal
of the public lands for homesteud and
actual settlement in Alabama, Missis
sippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Flor
ida, made a report which was agreed to.
Mr. Windom introduced a bill to
authorize the Winona and St. Paul
railroad to construct a bridge across
lhe Mississippi river, and to establish
it as a post road, which was read twice
and referred to the Committee on Post
Otfices.
The House then proceeded to the con
sideration of the bill'for restoring the
States lately in insurrection to their
full political rights.
Mr. Windom addressed the House in
support of the bill. Air. Windom said
that the real issue between Congress
and the rebels was, shall traitors rule
the nation they foUght four years to de
stroy. It was not a question whether
the south shall be represented, "for all
agreed that she must be and all desir
ed that she shall be at the earliest mo
ment possible consistent with the pub
lic safety.
Mr. Harris addressed the House in
opposition. He declared that in prin
ciple he now stood as he had stood after
war was declared; as he had stood in
the last Congress when he received its
censure; as be had stood in person be
fore that infernal instrument of tyran
ny?a court martial; and as he stood in
principle so be would stand in practice
wheuever occasion might require. He
declared himse.f an old line Democrat,
believing in the doctrine of secession?
believing that the several States of the
Union have the right to separate from
it, each acting for itself. He de
clared his belief that abuses and
usurpations had been practiced
and threatened to as great an extent by
their associates and partners in this
Government that the Southern States
were justified in going out, and his
further belief is that by their ordinance
of secession they did go out and then
became to this Union foreign States.
These convictions be could not change,
and be did not expect they would ever
be removed; he would want, assuredly,
to proclaim them and stand by them as
long as a single citizen ot the Confed
erate States was in chains or subject to
penalty for asserting them.
San* Francisco, June 12.?Victoria
Vancouver's Island dispatches say that
the Fenian news from Canada created
much excitement there. Two men-of
war and two gunboats had received or
ders to cruise otT the harbor. Admiral
Denmar had arrived at Ecquainuuit on '
the frigate Sutley.
New Zealand "advices state that fonr !
of the murders of the Miseionaries at
Valkner have been condemned to
death. Sixteen of the murderers of the
crew of the Kate have been condemned
to death as principals, and nine as ac
cessories.
San Francisco, June 12.?The
steamer Sierra Nevada has arrived
from the Columbia river with $286,000
in treasure.
The result of the Oregon election re
mains in doubt; both parties claim the
State by about 600 majority. The re
} turns of the election in Washington
: Territory show large democratic gains,
i The entire democratic tickets in nine
j counties is elected, and it is believed to
be so fonr others.
The 14th regiment of infantry sta
tioned at Vanconvers, has been ordered
to Arizonia immediately.
New York, Jane 14.?Large num
bers of tfce Fenian army arrived here
to-day and were furnished transporta
tion home from Fenian headquarters.
Gen. Santa Anna's Address.
New York, Jane 14.?An address
from General Santa Anna to the people
of Mexico is published here this morn
ing: The General defines bis position
in reference to the present aspect of
Mexican politics and the reports of his
truckling to Maximilian. He did not
in any manuer compromise himself
with the empire. He belonged entirely
to the Mexican Republic, He expects
Mexicans to unite and drive the usurp
ers frotn the country. He offers his
own services to the cause, and a mon
archy in Mexico ho declares to be an
impossibility and that the restoration
of the republic is the height of his am
bition.
The Herald's Mexico correspondent
says: The Imperial Government will
not be abandoned without a. fierce
struggle. The Fi ench element is large
and their withdrawal will not leave the
Republicans any better off than they
were before.
It is reported that oil wells in Te
hauntepec are yielding largely.
Venezuela advices of the 24th of May
state Ibst the Caracas Congress had
adopted resolutions to unite with Peru
and Chili in the war against Spain.
New York. June 14.?The American
and Western Union Telegraph Compa
nies are about concludingan agreement
of union which amounts to a consoli
dation of interests. The public de
mand for prompt and uninterrupted
transaction of messages renders it in
dispensable to get rid of all delays in
checking and booking from one line to
another, 'lhe new consolidation will
control and operate over 104,000 miles
of telegraph wire, covering all the ter
ritory and connecting all points of im
portance irom Newfoundland to San
Francisco and Vancouver's Island.
From the latter point a line of 14,000
miles to St. Petersburg will be doue
within a year. Cuba aud the West In
dies will be connected and the success
of tbe Atlantic cable in August next is
confidently hoped for. It is to be re
gretted that the telegraph business can
not have the lively stimulus und re
straint that so favorably affects every
other, but at least live attempts within
the last lifteeu years by men of energy
and large capital to build up and sus
tain an opposition have signally failed.
When the United States Telegraph
Company acquired over 10,000 miles of
lines, the public looked lor the fruits
of opposition, in the reduction of rates,
but the rates had to be twice advanced
to enable the business doue to support
two companies instead of one. The
formidable opposition of being com
pelled at last to succumb and
sell out at a loss. The ques~
tion seems settled for tbe present, that
the telegraph business will not yet bear
competition, and against the immense
advantages of this combination it
would be rash to attempt it. One com
pany can do all the business, and do it
cheaper than two can, lor two organi
zations with a duplicate of officers and
employees must double the expenses
of doing the aggregate business, and
the customers must be taxed to meet
the double expense. Let enlarged
views govern this mammoth corpora
tion, and let them serve the public
promptly, courteously and as cheaply
as they ran afford, and the press and
public will be satisfied.
New York, June 14.?A series of
daring burglaries and robberies have
been going on in the villages of Long
Island during the last tour weeks.
Twenty burglaries have been commit
ted at Newtown on the Flushiug Rail
road in that time. Fort Hamilton, Ja
maica and other towns have been ex
tensively plundered.
Dennis Sullivan, who killed Tom
Burns, has been arrested on suspicion
of being engaged in this business.
Washington, June 14.?According to
the postal law just approved by the
President, prepaid and free letters are
to be forwarded at tbe request of tbe
party addressed, frotn one office to
another without additional postal
charge, and returned dead, the letter to
be restored to the writer thereof, free
of postage,
Louisville, June 13.?Prof. E. W.
Genther, the Organist at St. Paul's
Church, was thrown from his rockaway,
breaking his neck, and killing him in
stantly. His family, who were in the
same vehicle, were uninjured.
Chicago, June 14.?A tire in Union
stock yards to-day destroyed the tank
house and other property valued at
$35,000. Insured.
New York. June 14.?Gold opened at I
145% and closed at 147 I
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL.
Dry Goods Slurket.
From the iWiw York Independent of Monday.
The markey is very langnld. Tne demand
for cotton prints has fallen off. Stocks are
on the Increase and prices on the wane.
Blfftcued shirtings an I sheetings of prime
grade are steady. Otner giades are all lower.
Blown goods are heavy. Cottonades con
tinue active and steady. There is a depressed
feeling all through the cotton goods market.
Woolens are in moderate request, and prices
are very steady. Fancy cas-tlmcres are in
good assortment of all styles, In which there
ls a trowing demand. Tne clothiers are
looking around, and are expected to make
their purchases. Silk mixtures are attrac
tive. rancy doeskins also are in request
Flannels are very active. Twilled, scarlet,
and blue-mixed are brisk of sale. Ladles'
cloak sackings are lower. Tweeds are active.
Delaines are inactive. Foreign fabric* are
very quiet. Mantilla silks are active, and
black silks are wanted. Jaconets have ad
vanced under a special demand. Dress goods
an? mostly inactive. Low and medium fall
styles alone ??re selIing.^The clothing trad
Ls buying British heavy cloths and doeskins,
under the expectation that the tariff will be
ntised. Beavers, coatings, black alpuccas,
and all similar goods are being bought ui.der
the prevalence of this feeling. Italian cloths
also are active and buoyant.
By Telegraph.
Nplrit or the Stock .nnrheC.
New York, June 14.
The Post's money article says:
The loan market is extremely easy at 5<a6
per cent, on call, with miscellaneous coll at- ,
erals, and 4.^5 per cent, on Governments.
Commercial bills are regarded with more dis
trust; the discount rates for approved bills
range from 5J4 to 6J4 per cent. The stock
m .rket is quiet. Governments are Arm, but
railroad shares are lower. In svmpatby with 1
Krie, which Ls depressed partly by heavy de
liveries of the stock on contracts of sellers'
option, and partly by the reported fall off in
the earnings of the road.
At tb?* 1 o'clock call quotations were rather
lower. Erie being the weakest, *nd closii.g at
59. Of the mLs?'ellaneous securities Western
Union Telegra* h wa-? neld at 56(256%; AUan- 1
tic Mail 12*j%rill30; Delaware A Huu>on 151.
Tne BalUc to-day takes out 531,610,800 in
specie.
Tne Coinmercial's money articlesays:
Under the exportation of a large sblpn
" ? 1 nramlnm
blpment
Unuiri me exportation ui ? uuKc
ol gold on Saturday the premium has
strengthened. The shipment will probably
reach two or tbiee millions. Tne general im
pression is that the premium will reach 50c.
The continued Inactivity in the stock mar
ket has caused a downward tendency. Krie
fell off 1J4; Cleveland & Pittsburgh, however,
weH- Governments are steady bat quiet;
of 1862 are % better, closing at ibe board
at 10i%. There is very little movement in
the loan market, (-'all loans are made mostly
at 5 per cent. Discounts are mode<ateiy
active. In paper the rate is per cent
for specula lives and 5)[email protected] for prime names.
Mew fork Jlnrket.
New Yokk, June 14.
Cotton?Steady but quiet; the advance in
gold has arrested tne decline; sales at d9g4Jc
tor middling uplands. Flour?For common
?n l inferior grades doll and [email protected] lower:
sales at 87 60.as ?) for extra state, W XbQV 50
for choice do, fd 83.97 50 for superfine western,
1 IT y>^y 40 lor common to medium extra
| western, 68 (30(39 <5 lor common to good ship
ping brands and extra round hoop Ohio, and
*9 W.5I13 75 for trad- brands, closing dull and
declining. btsky?W'lttioJt decided caange:
sales of weatern at 82 26, 250 obis western lu
I bond at fj 2ti. Wheat?-Good and prime Ls
: scarce and l&2c higher, while cumawo is dull
; and declining; sales or new No. 1 Milwaukee
. at $2 18<^2 :?>?. Kye?Scarce and firm; west
? ern 99c$Sl. Barley and Barley Malt?Dull.
! <"?.rn?-c higher, with an active export de
: mand; sales Ht7^85c for unsound new mixed
western, 85Q#7c lor sound do, and [email protected]>?c
for old mixed western in store. Oats?Dufl.
and new are a shade lower; sales at 51&S5c
for new western, the latter price for Wiscon
sin: and 70e for choice Iowa. Rice? DuiL
Coffee?Quiet: Gey ion 28>?i?31Wc. Sugar?
Quiet at 8(31 lc for Cuba, and u^c for **orto
Klco, and Havana at iu' Molasses?
lull. .Mops?Quiet at lor *6?> crop.
Petroleum?Dull at 25%c for crude, and 4lc
for refined In bond. Pork?Active and firm
. ? mesa, closing at
25 25 for pntn<; atoo3830 bOW^atwl ^yer*'
ZP'lASFzt Beef?Quiet. Beef
notion, at Sil ?'*>3?" -J.^unchanged. Ba
ffams?Dull. Cafl ^ (or Cumber
??"r^ i^ r?r lon? ribbed, and l?V for
Hvl-dand rough skies. Lard?Firmer
snort ribbed a id??<a2*Xc. Butter? Dull
Milwaukee Market.
MrwAtJXXK, June 14.
1 Flour firm and advanced 25c. Wheat II 80
|<?l 89*. CUta steady at 88X<s.
Mew York Money nnd Sioek 3I?rket. J
New York, Jan? It.
Money?Quite ea?y at [email protected] per cent for call
loans. gterline Exchange?Steady at 10
10?7s. gold, for first claw Dills.
tjolu?Irregular, unsettled and higher;
opening at 1*S^. declining to 145^& advan
cing to 1475s, and closing at 117%.
Government Stocks?Quiet and firm; 5-20b
of ISM, 1?2H; registered do, tfi. 102%: 10-40
coupons 96W; Treasury 7-3G?,flrat series, ltr2^;
second do, 102%; new consolidated converta
ble bonds, 79.
Frelgnts?To Liverpool quiet.
Stocks?Doll: Western Union Telegraph
36^; Ma lipoma preferred 24K; Boston Water
Power 49; New York Central 98J& Erie 50*4;
Michigan Southern 79H; Illluots Central
121Ji; Chicago <st Northwestern 30%; do pre
ferred SfW'jTtock Island 91%; MUwaukee A
St. Paul 57.
The following are the closing prices: Ohio
certificates 28- Mariposa preferred 2A%; We?t
?? Union Telegraph 56}*; New York Ceutral
Erie S&i+i Riding Michigan
Southern 79^; Pittsburgh 82H; Rock Island
tti; Nojtnwestern 3u>^.
Oswego Market.
Oswego, June 12.
Flour?Steady at 312 50 for red winter; f 15
for XX. W neat?Very scarce and market
Una, Jules of No. 1 Milwaukee duo at S2 2U.
Corn?closes better, sales or No. 1 111 mo* at
7-i; later do at 74K and 75. Rye? In demand.
No. 1 Illinois at other grains
nominal. Canal Fndguts? imii, flour
wheat 9>& com 8 to New York.
Chicago Market.
Chicago, June 14.
Flour steady at $9 50311 for spring extra, j
Wheat dull at 68#(?t?c lor No. 1, and SI oS>i j
?1 09 for No. 2. Corn firm and l&l!-?c higher;
<t*52c for No. 1, 49?49^c for No. 2. OaU l
steady at sa^U^c for No. 1. and [email protected]}?e for |
No. 2. Provisions firm. Freights declined 1
Sc; 13<?4l^>,c on corn to Buffalo.
Mining Slocks.
New York, June 14.
Prices of Mining Stocks bid in Boston to
day were as follows:
Copper Falls 42; Franklin 42; Hancock
19^; Quincy47?^; Bay State 10; Minnesota 10
Boston Water Power Isle Royal 10.
Philadelphia Market.
Philadelphia, June 14.
Petroleum active; sales of crude at |
26l*e. and refined in bond at 40u*tu>4c. Flour j
firm and unchanged. Wheat?prime scarce ;
at $2 90.Corn quiet; yello w at 95c; mixed
at 92c. Whisky dull.
lkiltimorr MarkrL
Baltimore, June 14.
Flour?Quiet. "Wheat?Firm. Corn?Ac
tive, while SI 1001 12; yellow Provisions
?Firm. Mess pork?$32 25. Sugar?Steady
Coffee?Quiet. Whisky? Dull at S2 29*4&230.
SI. Lonla Market.
St. Louis, June 14.
Flour and Wheat firm and unchanged.
Corn, low grades declined to 62ft?76c. Pork,
holders ask $32 50. Baron and Lard un
changed. Whisky $2 22&2 23.
The Wheeling Intelligencer.
Every farmer, every mechanic, every citi
zen In fact, of West Virginia, Western Penn
sylvania and Eastern ?Ohlo, should have a
copj*of the Intelligencer in his family?
either the Daily, the Tri-Weekly or the
Weekly, according to the mail conveniences
of each subscriber.
TLis summer will witness an exciting po
litical campaign in all three of these States, as
It will, indeed, throughout the country. In
West Virginia we are to elect next October a
Governor, an Auditor, a Secretary of State, a
Treasurer, an Attorney General, a Judge of
the Court of Appeals, members of the Legis
lature, Congressmen, Sheriffs and other coun
ty officers. We have be'ore as one of the
most important elections occuring since we
became a State in the Union.
Our neighbors in Pennsylvania also elect a
Governor and a general State ticket, and in
Ohio they elect Congressmen and members of
the Legislature.
Therefore, it is that the people generally of
the three States need to keep themselves
thoroughly posted up on the progress of our
national afTkirs.
The great problem of Reconstruction is to
receive definite and permanent shape this
summer and fall. Congress will possibly re
main in session for several months yet. In
deed it is suggested that it may not adjourn
at alL The relations of the Government to
ward the seceded States are of an unprece
dented character, and in the successful settle
ment of our difficulties are bound up the
future weal or woe of the country. No na
tion was ever before situated as are these
United States to-day. We have an immense
debt and a large disaffected population to
manage. The discussions in Congress and in
the public Journals of the country on the
wide range of topics Involved in these issues
will be of the first importance to every citi
zen What shall we do with the rebels, po
litically? What shall we do with the negroes?
What shall we do in the matter of national
finances? These are great questions. Read
ing and thinking men must become absorb
ed In them.
A good paper is therefore a necessity of the
times in every household. No man who ap
preciates the educational and developing In
fluences of a newspaper among his children
will be without one. It is a constant school
to their minds, and the cheapest teacher in
the world. He who does not atTonl his chil
dren the advantages of a newspaper fails to j
discharge a principal duty as a parent.
In order to put the Intelligencer within
the reach of every citizen, and in order to of
fer to every friend of the paper an Induce
ment to solict subscribers among his friends
and neighbors, we propose from now until
the end of the great campaign, *in October
next, the following
TERMS:
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Mall subscriber*, single copy, 1 year...?J2.00
Mall subscribers, club* of five ? 9.00
Ten copies, addressed to names of subscrl
Twenty copies, addressed to names orsub
scrtbers_ ?| f?> j
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An extra copy will be sent/or each club of ten.
Trl-Weekly Intelligencer.
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each copy? 4.00
Persons remitting for ID copies, 510, will re
ceive an extra copy forsix-inonths.
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Address:
CAMPBELL, FREW A CO.,
Proprietor.*, j
ST&olrsale potions.
POLLACK'S
NOTION HOUSE.
JUST OPENED AND FOR SALE (FOR- I
elgn goods mostly of direct importation,
bought at a very low rate for gold.) '
1,000 doz. plain and fancy Cotton Hosiery,
comprising gents,'ladles'and children's wear, j
1,000 doz. gauntlets, gloves, half gauntlets
and miuk, consisting of kid, castor, lisle
tnread, silk and silk worsted, in desirable
colors.
500 doz Handkerchiefs, new styles in silk,
linen, lawn and cambric.
300 doz. Neck-ties, embracing all new de
signs in fanc>, plain and ribbon ties.
100 doz. Shirt Bosoms, superfine grades in
linen and marsellles.
50,000 Glace Paper Collar*, of Goldsmith's,
Congress, Comps* and Evans* manufacture.
2,000 doz. J. A P. Coats' and Stuart's genuine
machine sewing cottons.
500 Bss. Stuart "mm thread.
30 ttrt. Italian sewing silk In skeins and on
spools.
SO doz. Looking Glasses, assorted sixes, with
a full stock of pins, nooks and eyes, comns,
brushes perfumery, soaps, pocket - books,
beads, thimbles, needles. Cans, rubber goods,
stationery, window blinds, school books,
xlates, hair ne s, embroideries, silk cord and
taatels, velvet ribbons, full line of taffeta*
ribbons, bonnet ribbons, skirt braids, coat
bindings, ruffilngs, crochet braids, coat but
tons, hoop skirts, balmorals, vest buttons
French corsets, fancy dress buttons, and a
large variety of superior suipentiers, to
which the attention of close buyers is re
spectfully invited.
mr6 AUGUSTUS POLLACK.
Polomae Herring.
C\f\ BARRELS POTOMAC HERRING.
Z[ I 31 Hlf Barren Roe do
Jost received and for sale by
ja2 LhfT. MORRISON A CO.
Flour, Flour.
I BARRELS "BARTLETr?" DOUBLE
Extra Floor; 900 barrels "Phoenix
? Extra Family Just received by
my 14 UdT, MORKloON A CO.
m
my 14 -
Steamboats.
FOB riXflYlfATI.
The new and elecant steamer
*'FL H HUDSON," rapt. Rav
??i in Wm List. Clerk will leave as
above, on Friday, the 15th Inst., at 5o'clock,
p. m.
For freight orpassage apply on bonrd or to
Jall-tt BO 'TH. B ATTELLE A ?i ajzIk.
transportation.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. COMP Y
Offick Halt. a Ohio raii.koap no., t
W hkeli n? ; Dec. 3, llto.)
WINTER SCHEDULE.
PASSENGER TRAINS \V*1LL RCN BY
the following schedule ou and after Deo
3d, IS65;
ACCOMODATION TRAFV.
Leave Wheeling. Htm-{ I.eave Cumberland
d'vsexc'td. at.fi:40 a.m at _H:47a.m.
Benwood 7uW " .Oakland 9:48 "
Moundsvllle. 7:49 44 (Grafton l?W rjl.
Cameron....... R:42 " Fairmont '?i** 44
Fairmont 11:17 44 Cameron 4r29 ??
Orafton ?.1"^W p. k. MonmLsvitle. 5:Ju p.m .
Oakland ? 4.-02 44 ! Ben wood &-"j0 44
Cum be riant 1. 7:12 44 ; Wheeling ?:li> 44
CINCINNATI EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leave Wheeling
dailv, inchnll'g Leave Washington
Snnil v?, at 1?0S p.*. City at *?*" p.*
Renwoo.1 1^*) 44 Baltimore H>?0 44
Cameron 44 Wash. J*tn lft^i 44
Grafton 5:40 44 Harp?-r*s Fer~ UxJ a.>c
Piedmont 9:12 44 Manin>?burg-- 2^?? "
t^iml^erland.^lhlO 44 l"*umlx>rluna... 6:12 44
Martlnsburg_2:WA.*. Piedmont 7&Z ~
Harper's Fer. - Orafton_ 12:13e.st
Mrtuocacy.? 4:"?4 44 Cameron _ 44
Wash. J'tn...~ 7:10 44 Benw?>od.... 4^51 44
Baltimore 7:*) 44 Wheeling otf) "
Wash'ton City &45 44
MAIL TRVIV.
Leave Wheeling (ex. Leave
Sat nrday) at_ *3Up.m. Wft.iru.nCy 7:SiA.sf
Benw??od 1055 44 Baltimore sArt -
Moundsvllle..H>:44 44 Wash. Jnt?_ 9^Jrt 44
Cameron llsC 44 Harper'* Fcr. 1:IS h.m
Mannlngtou- 1:12a.*. Marti nshnrg- 224 4*
Fairmont. 1:55 44 Cumberland- ftt? 44
Grafton Jfcflrt ** Oakland ft-B 44
Oakland 5:47 44 Oraflnn hhlKAsr.
Cumberland. VKO ?? Fairmont 1:3) p.m.
Martinsborg_125Sr. x.; Manninxton. 2:15a.m.
Harper's Fer. ?12 44 {Cameron 3555 41
Wasti. Jn*tn_ Jfc59 44 !Moundsvllle. 4:42 44
Baltimore . 44 {Benwood?.. 5:12 44
Wash 'ton Cy 7:40 44 Wheeling 6iM 44
W. P. Surra. Master of Transportation,
J. R FORD.
dec5 General A gen t, WI j eel i ng.
Cleveluid & Pittsburgh Rail Road.
I Shortest and Quickest Routt Kcul antl H'nf.)
Trains run as follows,commenv
Ing Monday, Dec. 11, li*i5:
F.xpreM. Mall. Express.
L*veRriilsepfrt? am 10:to a m ??? p?a
Arr. Pittsburgh? 11:15a m 3:30 p m 0-Ji) p ia
44 Cleveland.... 1:45pm lOtOOpm Wain
44 Crestline WWpm 11:10pru llbfia in
44 Ft- Wayne?12:2*am G:2>am iWpui
44 Chic?0) Trtwa m l?S0pm llrJJptn
44 Harrtsburg... L&?> a m 2^>ain br-?a tn
44 Baltimore 7:00am 7:U0a iu 12^'Wpm
44 Philadelphia 7:10 am 7:10a m 1:10pm
44 New York.... 103)0a m lfoOa m 3:10 pm
Tickets to all principal points in the East
and West can be procured at the Colon office
in McLurelion*euud at the Station at Bridge
port. F. It- MYERS,
deol5 General Ticket Agent.
HEMPFIELD RAITj ROAD
N AND AFTER MONDAY. NOVEMBER
the 2Sth, the trains on this road will ruu
follows, dailv except Sundays:
Leave Washington 7V< a. *.
Arrive at Wheeling 10 44
RETCRNINU:
Leave Wheeling ? 3 r. m.
Arrive at Washlngton ? 6 44
All freight to be forwarded from Wheeling
must be delivered at the depot before2 o'clock
P. M. to Insure Its shipment the same duy.
nov24 W. D. BURTON. Sup't
Train for the West.
Whieliso. Nov. 21st. I8fift.
QN AND AFTER THE 21st Ok" NOVEM
BER, the Passengers and Malls from
w neellng for the West will bedi^putcned iu>m
the Depot of the RA O. It- It- Co. at 4.40 a. tn.
3:40 p. in., and leave Benw<iod on the arrival
of theC. O. R. R. trains at 11:10 a. m. and
l(CT> p. m. nov22-tf _
0
*rinrs anil liquors.
CLARK L. ZA.NE. S. F. MII.LEK.
C. I- ZA.N'K A CO.,
Importer* dk Dealers in Fbreifpi ??* Domestic
WINES & LIQUORS,
Manufacturers of
P r R E t'ATA W H A HI.\ES,
Quincy Ht, bet. Main A Market StK,
WHEELING. W. VA.
Keep constantly on hand bran.
dies,Scotch mid Irish Whiskies, Jauiaicj
Rums and Cordial, Choice Old Rye and Hour
l>on Whiskies. *ep37
HENRY SCnSULHACH. OEDKOK KKLLfcK.
H. SCHMDLBACH & CO.,
NO. 6 Monroe St., Wheklinq,
Importers & Dealers in
Brandies, Wines, Gin,
Nononirnheln, Bourbon and
RYE WHISKY.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FCLL
snpply of the best brands of everything
in their line.
WW'e manufkicture the best of
CIDER VLNKOAK.
H.SCUMCLBACH A CO..
No. 6 Monro street, in room formerly occu
pied by 8.1. Block. Jel l
?Hoop JSfcirts.
Hn Hoop Sfcirt Factor]
A1?0,
French & American Corsets
MANOTACT CTHED.
COHN, SEMPLINER & CO..
WOULD R??PECTFULLY INFORM TH E
Ladies of tbbt city and vicinity, tliut
tbey have opened a store at
1(11 Mnln Street,
With a large and well assorted stock of
Stirts, Corsets, & Skirt Supporters
Of the Latest and mast Approved tityles!
Having been encaged for a long time In an
exclusive wholesale mmnen, wo have acquir
ed extensive facilities for procuring goods In
our line on the most reasonable tenns. and of
fer them to the public at the lowest Eastern
prices.
Merchants particularly, are Invited to call
and see our stock, before purchasing else
where.
Skins purchased in our store, will be renova
ed without charge.
?a*WeaLsoinflte any sire of Hoop Skirt* to
order. COHEN. SEMPLINER A CO.
mvl0 ll?I Main Sirwt. Wheeling.
1^1 O S !
GAEHLE'S
Piano Maimfactnring Company
OF BALTIMORE, *J>.
Warerooms north east corner of Eufaw and
Fayette streets and No*. 15. 17 and 19,
north Eutaw street.
This company havino oroaniz
ed In April, 1WW, In conjunction wltn ti.e
well known Arm of Ouetilo A Co., as a Joint
stock company of
PRACTICAL PIANO MAKEBR,
who have held prominent DQfillions in some
of the best mtablMiatenui of this country and
Karow. The company claims tliat tbeir
Pianos combine all the excellenciesot all tlie
latest improveineutsymd it will he apparent to
alltlmt men wiuhe skill and abilities havintf
been approved by the best manufacturers will
not be lesw sncces?fu! when their own Inreret-t
and reputation are involved. Asa testimony
to the above, they were awarded tbe
FIRST PREMIUM OVER ALL COMPE
TITORS.
by the Judges of the late Exhibition held a
he Maryland Institute of Baltimore, Md., la
October, 1865.
The Pianos beln* sufficiently Introduced In
this city, and bavin* proved equal. If not su
perior to any heretoiore known. Those nl
want of a flnt-ctaf* Piano, manufactured
with tbe greatest aire and of the best mate
rial. will ?tve Dealer'* commission, which only
makes pianos more costly, but hy no mea.'js
rr.ore valuable, by sending order* directly to
the factory, as al>ovedirected, or by applying
at Profe??or HARM AN KRYTEICS, No. lut
Market street, for further Information. A
guarantee for live years Is given a* regard* du
rability of construction, fbr every in*t.uinent,
and will be kept in tune for one year free of
churot. Old pianos taken in exchange.
Persons wishing lo have their Pianos tuned
or repaired will ple-f-e leave orders at tbe
place above named, as the Tuner of ?aid estab
lishment will be here for one week.
Okl Pianos taken in exchange. feb8-ly
Flour, rionr.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
those most reliable brands:
CHAMPION,
PHOENIX,
BARTLETT,
PLYMOUTH, Ac.
jqg LI8T. MORRISON a CO.
Wrapping Paper.
BUN DLLS STRAW WRAPPING!
P?per, assorted sizes, for sale at
manufactures prices by
JOS. A. METCALF.
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