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ABOHI'fBCTB.
ElAv5eMteoto,^^^^5ne<!r" 80,1 aw
veyora, John street.
AUCTIONEERS.
^BAKD.BRO^O^,
1 . cor. Qulncy A Market elreeti
attorneys.
: ?7fi :
Stan5S??b^^W m
4th su, east aide, north or Monroe
BOOTH AUD BHOSB.
^ boots *g^
nORGK7 A 1 IUGHES ZZZ
r Dealera In BootaancI Bhoeu.
. 180 Main rtreet
HANKNEY,
Fashion able BOOT MAKER,
KO. 77. Main BU
M^5?ateD?flOTl2 BWT8 A SHOES,
-No. 6S Main street.
SAjRiiajEivr*
BANK OP WHKKUNO,
U. Lamb, duhler.D. C. List, Fiot,
; if am Btreot
T71IRST NAT*Li BANK OP WHEELING
1* G. Adams, Cashier; G. K. "Wheat, Prea't
No. 86 Monroe street,
T\/fEIlUHANT8 NATO, BANK OX WestVs
ill. 8. Brady, Cashier; J. N. Vance, Fleet,
. N. B.oor. Momoe AMuSaMa
XTATIONALBANKOF WE8TVA.,
National savings bahtl
s, p. HHdi?th,0?h,- TUmUK UetjRre*
TJEOFLES' BANK.
JTJ. V. Cpdegraff, Cash.; J. ^
BOOK SBZ>Ii?B8. -_==
: ?;?:?
/CAMPBELL. A McDERMOT, : " '
U Booksellers and Stationers,
- -' iao jialn ?Ueet
TOBRPH GRAVE*.
(J Books, btatlonejy, Wall Paper,
' No. 80 Monroe street,
GEO. W. 8TONER,
Religious Boo kB and Stationery,
.Monroe su, above Main
CliOTHUTQ.
AM. ATI a MH, ;
. Clot tun g and Merch^tTaUoxing^^
JOHN T. LAKIN A CO.,
Merchant Tailors,
Ko. 25 Monroe ?t
VT1HOB. HOQHE8 A CO.,
jl Clothing Emporium,
86 cor.Jaonroe A "Water sts
" .v;. cohdaoe! -; .
nEA&H.BEBRY,
V-/ . Hemp A Manilla Cordage, Twine, dfca,
18&19 Waterst
UJttX VtWVJUP?:,
BRUE8 A SANDERS.
Staple and Fancy Di^Goo^,^
KNRY ROEMER.
Dry Clooda A Notions,
96 MalnBt. (>ntreWheeItDg,
TO1BHEB A 8BAMON,
JC Dry Goods and Notions,
018 Main street
JOHN ROEMER A OO.t
Dry Goods Emporium,
81 A 88 Main st-, Centre Wheeling,
J a RHODES,
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Peterson's Block Main street
DK&BB MAKERS.
MRS. KYLE & MRS. "WATKXN8.
Emporium of Ffcablon,
Tfll Main st,, upstairs
P^tTTGQIBTS.
E BOOKING.
?- Druggist and Preecriptionlst,
. jNo.lOdd-Fellows'Ball
SILVEY A LIST,
Druggists and Prescript'on late.
/v.^Vrnnnncflo t)io f*r<at IlfflPP
rn H. LOQAN A CO.,
1.
rpHoe. J. FINNEY, - ' *
Plianxiacfcnttot, cor. Main & Webster bU.
Centre Wheeling
gXTBHITtTBB. "
JC.ORB4 CO..
. Carpeta and Fnrnlturo,
" - 113 Mafiietreet
' ' OBOCTgRS.
JR. * Family Groceries,
Corner Market and Qnlncy streete
VHOLKBAjMB gaBPJ8BHt
JOS. SPEIDBIi,
-' - " ~~ ? - - -'
OOOTH, BATTfijLIiK A CO., " ~
f IBT. MORRISON A OOn
Com?M?l^SdQoS^ ?troe<
P AXT0N HABDWAIffl.
0TT,8ON'-iOO.,
Dealer in
P. .
" - aiijdgjrtBfc-.
otlpb.
., ..; ^
? ' i'A-?; 22jJ???lif*!l*
; lirSPBAJTOE.
rpRANKLTN INHUBAJJCE COMPANY.
C . J I*. C. Arthur, Secretary.
29 Monroeitmt,
VTATTONAt INSURANCEOC -PANY.
JM John Biafac^?e<
QONTINKNTAi. riwPBAgOg .
Main nraot* ggrAfe
.1TH .T,TTrKKY<300PS.
MUSIC.
. .aSSS^^??j3gffi5g-. ^
?RBAX. ESTATE AGENTS.
IB WIN, ^ -A"J5r'
'' ? JJitf Afl> >
muSlA
8WHWWBJIW.
PBXNTIKQ.
r
15 Qnlney street.
x'm A timusT ISONWATif
GB?-W. Jqmson,
t?PPert Tin and Shoot T ion Ware,
- fflMWMitMfOfc.'
TttotrioriM'' - -"<
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
" 'J* ^ Jewtaiytf'Snvtt"W?re.
: j 182.Main street,
XTOBY A DUPFlKliI).
Watches, Jewelry and Fanw Goods,
*0? lEaln street. .
gourr *
?00tS8&? gllMS.
' ?
"FHusx srocut-cr
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
r- >i ?xr *? ?' :j
JPHT HBOSIVKD A*.
BOVD & WAYMAN'S,
: it&SELii ?- t
Wholesale Dealen In
EUtata A
BOOTS AND SHOES,
V >' <ag fit ^yr urtlll h t*X a?ft1
No. 69, Malik itreet, next door loik:8. Dela'
plain ABon.
. ??pl?~ WHKBT.rNO. W.-V. obo.bbwaxik.
mmm uio.i.mn.
SKW WHOLESALE
BOOT & SHOE STOBE
*29Lfcj'J.
EDWARDS, iTONE & Co.,
No, 74 Main 8U?
WHEELING, W. fJL
mart EDWARDS, 8T0NB A (XX
H^IT-HY iLw KBTTB Y
FASHIONABLE
BOOT MA KEE,
SO. 77, MAIN STREET,
Near George Kraft's Grocery Snore.
Ci^NTKE WIIKELJNO.
Makes to order all' the different styles ol
' Boots, Shoes and Gaiters. ocIS-ly
I, i 13" &$0MA*?iSS&
There is no investment which
pays a better interest or brings more
COMFORT,
HEAI^H,? ;ELfl!^PiNESS,
AlfDj
BUS! 10 tie HOUSEBOLD
THAN THE PURCHASE OF A.
WHEELFR & WILSON.
Sewing-Machine!
: No Home la Complete Without It
"We warrant every Machine for three years
- and spare no pains nor expense 10 have
them givo entire satisfaction.
. We alBo rent maohlnes by Hje month,
V with the privilege,of applying-tho rents to
? the pnrouaire. - . WM.
SUMNER A OO.,
^ lepre 99 Main street.
PAXTOH & OGLEBAY
: Wholesale Grocers
NO. 54 MAIN 8T.f
WHEEUSB, W. ?A<
' TTAVE RECEIVED AND OFFER FOR
n sale at lowest market rates, vis:
160 Bay Rio Coffee.
60 Half Oheels Gonp*r, Y. H and Imp'l
, Teas.
* 20 Half Chests Black Tea.
- ? 80 Boxes and Kegs Bnp'r Va. Tobaccos.'
75 Bntts and Caddies Black 10b do
100 ithfi ltoWnwd Sugars.'
30 HhdaF. R. and Cuba Sugars.
- 9K Rhla prima MolpwxW,
Salts, Chocolate, Cream Tartan Vinegar,
Cheese, Hliot ana Lead, Salt, and nnmeroas
* other articles usually kept. In a Wholesale
Grocery.
"W? solicit an wramlnftHnn Of OUT Stock
from anyone wanting anything in oar line.
; . fpsepsu
List, Moriffiion & 6b:,
l' ^ : Agents for Sale or Plff Iron*
WHHLI5G, W. Va., Feb. 38,1888.
? lurfIff)
SO Fine drove "
P. C. HILDHETH & BBO.,
' -TTTHOr.KHALW DTCATiTgRfl HT UAHi ROD
->?*-<- *?-?? tawSinm. Wire.Cast
effiSllSm siuWoodSi'wS*, to*'
Agsnn lor Howe's Improved Counter and
. . WKAxraa. O.V.B. uuioa.
a w*
" Bar Iron,
t. ^nSBis^^p^
- -paxtow ?
- Q MLL0NOH^
by telegraph;
Election Retuihs.
opeciai co t&a Intelligencer.
II L? 01>l0'
At one o'clock yesterday afternoon
40 Kn-Klux Klan took possession of
the polls at Cerado, W. Va,, and prevented
all Unlqn men from voting,
while Democrats ware allowed to vole
without regard to the register. I have
sent for returns from the lower end of
the State. R. N. X.
* ~ I-BONTON, O. **OT. 3.
1 This oounty gives [1,500. Ohio will
give 40,000 for Grant. What of Weefc
Virginia T TffrM. N.
Wkston, Nov. 4,18C8.
; Twenty-three majority in Lewis
ootmfyfor'Sey mour. W. J. D.
I Central Station Nov. 4,1868.
Doddridge gave Grant one hundred
ahd ninety seven majority.
S.P. McC.
Buckhannon, W. Vl., Nov. -4.
The majority for Orant and Colfax In
Upshur county la seven hundred and
fifty. a. m. v.
St. Clairsvillk, O.
Belniqut county, 27 majority for
Qrant. R. H. Coohkan.
See's/ Cen'l Ornt.
Grafton, Not. 4.
Taylor gives Qrant 120 majority.
B. W. Blue.
PAREBBeODRd, Nov. 4.
Complete returns give Grant Wood
rtnnty by four hundred and Qfty-elght
majority. W. H. C.
Fairmont, November 4.
Marlon ootfnty gives 330 Republican
majority; Republican gain of 20 over
the vote of 1806, [and 88 over last State
vote. (Offloial) E. W. M.
. , (jIUK?U.
Savannah, November 4. '
Tho nlfo.la nArfanf.lv nnlnt (n.rlnv
Two policemen were shot yesterday by
negroes; one is dead'and the other dying.
The negroes on Ogeecbe road are
reported <. as arming themselves
and gathering in. large numbers with
thedeeign-'OfTenterihg the city under
the lead of Bradly. An armed patrol is
on duty to-night In the city. The murder,
la&t nlgqt/jpf a.yonhg man named
Law, causes deep feeling among the
oltisens. - The count of the oity shows a
total vote of 4938; Democratic majority
4150. In the county there is a Democratic
majority of 2325.
CAJLIFOBBIIASan
FsANOiabo, Nov. 4.
Slate returns are very ?meagre. The
Times (Republican) claims the State for
Grant. The Alta, (Republican), also
claims the State by a small majority,
unless great frauds have been perpetrated
in the southern counties by the
Democrats. The Morning t;all, (Dem.,)
claims tho State by from 3,000 to 5.000,
and Johnson and Extell are' elected.
Democratic- majority in* the city 3;000;
The Municipal contest centred on the
chief of police, and Crowley, (Rspresen
tative), Is elected by about 10,000 majority.
.
KKSTCO&T. .
HiOUisvir.LE, November 4.
Additional returns from remote counties
clearly indicate Republican gains.
The total Republican vote will sum
about -10,000. The Democratic majority
in the Stale amounts to 75,000. Ken-r
tuoky elects her nine Democratic Congresamen.
Cincinnati, November 4.'
Kenton county, Seymour 984 majority;
Democratic loss since August 887.'
Campbell county,Seymour, 185 majority;
Democratic loss 935.
KOBTH CAKOUBIA. a,. :
KAi-iniU!, N J\. 4.
The returns from*sixteen towns and
two counties show & Republican majority
of 2,011. Heaton; Republican, hi
eiecieu M buugicaa..
The election yesterday passed off
quietly. State returns come in
Blowly. No-returns had from western
counties and not enough other returns
to determine the result In the State.
The election of Sohober. Democrat, to
Congress ls: conceded by, the RepubllJk
LOCHLkHirf ' *
Njcw Orleans, November 4.
'/Seymour-22,897; Grant 276. Caddo
parish .2,300 Democratic majority.
Shreveport 1,000 Democratic majority.
Bassier parish unanimously Democratic
New Iberia 489 Democratic. Basbier
City gives .the only Republican majority
in the State, i. Every thing quiet.
: ;:V
35
Q|CAH?>(NOT.4. .
Complete returns from eight oonntles
in Nebraska oive a Repu blicau majority
of 2,133, TRepnbMoBn gjiin of 954.
TUG returns iruui unmroui uium ui .uu
State abov Republican gains lq.abgnt
aame proportion. The. Republican
majority cannot fair abort of 4,000:
I'MlUDi,
] V- ? v*'Wnc/FA?14HA*?B*f i
'jTbftinembera lor aleotoral ooll?aa from
Florida were oho?n by.the Leftalstnre
to-day at one o'clock.
The vote caat for the Republican
ticket was forty to nine Democratic,
^n.of^h^g&o^^lored.
WOT tuoi.HA.
PZHDMO,NT, W. Vi., NOV. -I.
" JMmooratlc majority In Piedmont
Manninglon gives J86 majority; 20 of
I a gain tor the Republicans.
titntiBtmnii.
l~x>? +'-r;?y~rj 1.. '.v j--.il' ^ I
" - .1 Boston, Nov. 4.
. .. . 1??ni
Grants majority in MasaacuuBdw
Kg 75 000?* ^ *ai ** '
Returns from . but 48 town* give
QwfotJM22. - "
' ' ' coaaiscTicpx.' ...
"HIbtfobd. NOT. 4.
, The fall vote of th# 8Ut? give# qrint
49,728; Seymoar 46.38L.v_ -
8am FRAitomoO; Wov. 4.
rsmsTiVASiA l
"J* j GRBlCTBBPiio, Novem ber 4.
West MOreland county estimated at
1,100 m.Jority/or Baymoarapd BUlr.
: SCW H11FJBIU - -3
York, Xanmbn4rvvf
aan"" "
Altajcoict, November 4.
Thirteen majority for Seymour hare.
NEW YOHK.
New York, November 4.
The Tribune says at 1:50 a. m., tin
the returns for Governor are far frot
being complete, but Huffuian'a major]
ty lu the oity cannot fall abort of 69,
000.
The. World claims 7,215 majority fo
Seymour in the Slate. The Worldfels
oialma in New Jersey the election of l
Di'mncrillir? (Jnvnpnnr fnnr rinTtirroaa
men and a United State* 8enator.
' The World gives Hoffman's major!
ty lb tha city at 70,933, and Seymour'i
at 69,891. In Brooklyn Seymour's me
Jorlty ll 10,076.'
The Tribune says the States shown t
have ohosen eleotors for Grant and Col
fax are as follows: Maine,.28,000; Nei
Hampshire, 8.000; Massachusetts, 8,OCK
Rhode Island, 6.000; Connecticut, 1,801
Vermont, 30,000; Pennsylvania, 20.0W
Went Virginia, 8.000; Ohio, 85,000; In
diana', 10,000; Illinois, 5,000; Mloblgar
25,000; Wisconsin, 20,000; Iowa, 40,00<
Nebraska, 1000; Tennessee, 40,0(X
California, 6.000; Nevada, 1,000; Mil
sourl, 10.000; Kansas, 6,000; North Care
Una, 20.000; Minnesota, 50,000. This 1
more than two thirds of the whol
number of eleotors.
The States known lo have chosen th
eleotors.to .vote for Seymour and Blal
are as follows : Kentucky 90.000; Mary
land 46,000; Delaware 2,000; Lousian
25,000; Georgia probably 10,000; Oregoi
2,000. The. World claims Alabama ?
10,000; Arkansas 6.000; Delaware -2,00(
Georgia 20,000; Kentucky 75,000; iAnsI
ana 20,000; Maryland 30.000; New Jsr
sey 8 000;-New York 50,000; North Oaro
lint 50,000; Oregon 800; South Carollm
6,000. . . ,
' We regret to have to add 'that th
probabilities at the hour of writing thl
Sara {staph seem against the success o
I r. John A. Griswold for Governor.
In fifty districts in this olty the Dim
ocratio vote exceeded the Reglatratioi
by from 20 to 50. At the last eleotioi
the vote exceeded - the Registration ii
only 2 or 3 dlstrlotr Oy a small nnmbei
n>kl?l. ??< Mmllln nnrrnnlQil
nuiuu nno isauiij uwii?viuui
The Timed says, at tile hoar of goinf
to press with oar first edition the re
taros iavor the success of Grant anc
Colfax in New York ..and New Jersej
by smfklltmajoriLies. The footings at
between the Republican and Demo
orotic counties in New York so cloaelj
approximate each other on the electo
rai ticket as now reported and estlma
ted. that we scarcely ftel qualified i?
saying that New York has gone foi
Grant, though we have strong faitfa
that the correction of the figures yet tc
be made will insure this result.
A few additional-returns from this
State up to noon do notmaterially altei
last night's figures. TM State has gone
Democratic by from 5,000: to 10,000,
gnelda county gives 1270 msjorify foi
rant. Later returns from Klngt
county show 13,1R9 majority for Beymoor.
Niagara county gives Grant 301
majority. Fulton couuty gives Grant
700 majority.
Seventh-WardV Jersey City, sparaelj
settled district, voted yesterday as foi
lows: Grpfit 167, Seymour 1,165. It. if
claimed this is twice the number oi
people in the .ward. The defeated Republicans
will contest the.election.
The Evening Journal concedes the
State toSeymoar by 8.000. and Hoffman
by 20,000. It claims the Assembly by
74JttepuDiicans 10 04 j_?emoorais.
The Argus olalms 10,000 majority foi
Seymour and 25,000 for Hoffman, and
concedes the Assembly to.the Republicans
by a small majority.'
The Herald says, with the candldaU
the Democrats selected to carry Lheii
standard nothing but defeat was to b<
expected, and we suppose not even th<
most sanguine -member -of the part}
anticipated any other termination that
the1 election of Gen. Grant. aXiet ui
have peace" ia bis motto. We- look
now to see .these words coveyed into
acts; to see the o,live branch aubatitutec
for the awotd in the Southern States
negro supremacy quietly superseded
and sdch measures adopted aa wil
create harmony out of.tliscord in th<
genial and-fr&itful portion or oui
country coh!|]priBed iu Siatea uo'w
suffering from a ruiaiakeu and vin
dlctive policy, and we look for
ward hopefolly to this, - thai aftei
the loarth.Qf March next there will b,
a check put upon - the" monstroutf cor
rnptions which prevail in all the de
partmenta pf the government; thai
economy s)>all succeed extravagancf
in lLIB uiauurBHUieuio ui iub' huui"
(unds; that the public debt ahall ba re
duoed as rapidly-as possible, ttid tha
the taxfea which press upon the people
shall be made more eaey to bear. Th
people expect Lb at General Grant wil
accomplish all. this. The .World 8aya
It ia not merely as the repreaentativ
of a beaten party,, pouring oil upoi
their wonnds,"therefore that we yindi
cate in this, the very crisis of onr mil
fortune, and as we believe of the ooiin
try's calami tlty, the ardor and courage
but the deaperatenesa of onr atrugglt
rather do we proclaim iu this moat try
ing hour, speaking for a party aerenel.
secure of possessing, the future of on
country and of moulding our magniti
cent deatlniea when itself ahall be pan
ed and moulded for that imperial task
unshaken and unahakeable oonOdenc
in lta puissant and ondying youtt
which out of diaaater will set disci Dlim
out of misfortunes land patience an
unconquerable courage, ofct of blonc
era. wiadom and .a settled will to thl
great work, here and now upon a*-bal
tie field which has been lost, do we lc
vite beneath undishonored 'standard
tbe youth and manhood of our tioi
The Post says the election is the absort
iug topic .of conversation1 in the oily tc
day, and tbe outrageous lraudscbmmi
ted by the Tammany leaders iadenoum
ed by all h'ohestmen. The frandulei
vote is estimated at over 25.000., Ti
anihorities have evidence that 15,0001
legal votes were, cast, and Hoffman1
election will be contested..
The hooae of Dr. MoKftlway, at Trei
ton, N. J7 was robbed on. tbe night'?
October 30, of $19.000 In railroad bond
?- ,'
INDIANA.
_V-_ *'i J .Z
I.NDIANAroLis. November 4.
Elkhart county 250 Repoblioan pa
jortty; Republican gain 80 Soolt com
ty 202 Democratic nftijorlty; Kepobl
oan gain 24. Laporte county, Repul
ltcan majority ISO; Republican gain 12
Blackford oontity DamocraUo'raSJoril
129; Demooratlp gain 23. Boone count
Repu bllcan Tnajorlfy 2i3; S?n ^
Park oounty Republican majority 101
Republican gain 60. Jefferson count
Grant's majority 594; gain 217. Wabaa
county Republican majority 1402; ga!
104. Jennings county Republican m
Jority 373! gain" 34. Hamilton ooum
Republican majority 2000; gain 3
With one or two exoaRlloua the R
pabllcana gain in every connty heai
from. Grant's majority will not be' la
Ulan 10,000 In tbe atkle and may reac
12,000.
Thirty-five counties "heard from, !
counties gives Republican salna.'ev
the October election ofSSBO. 4 count!
give Democratic gains of 62, with tl
aame ratio of gains for the ReJfeiU
cans In 'the balance of the Slat
Grant's mpj Qflty will be 11,000..
sovtu oisojusa.
. - ' ?
Charleston, Noy,.4.
in thirdly U l.356.^
. BttQPB IBLAHHtri
: * riioviDKBCi, Nov. 4.
JIRbode Island will give Grant 6,0!
mnjorityi- - ?~ -
ri ill SelSSBGS
p, Threewro??aincouniy k*i
' A"ltej" . v?_ A
flnrxonK,NOT. 4.
Steamers St. I<anrenfc from Harr
and Brittanla from Glasgow, arrived,
aiusouui.
ST. LOCII, Not. 4,4 A. M.
,1 All the... preclncta In the city ant
a county, except two Representative Die
[. trlcts, (Its Grant ISO majority. Fnl
. returns from the county will probabl]
' give. Grant 2i00 majority, McClQrg'i
r majority In the county wlU be aboo
o 1000. The suffrage question In thi
! county will have some 10,000 aitalnat it
Jefferson county reported 800 Demo
cratlc majority and Dean about 100
i. Wella,' Democrat; elected to CtragTes!
, by about 400 majority.
k. -Johnson county has reported 4,20(
Republican majority; St. Francis coono
ty 150 Democratic majority; Buchanan
[. county 450 Republican majority; Platte
v county claims 609 majority; Hannibal
>; City gives the Republican city ticket
). 100 majority; Washington county rej.
porta a Democratic majority or 400 on
/. the State ticket; Lyon county 504; 8uf?
\\ Law'rence, (Kansas) Douglass conn)'.
ty?Lawrence City gives Grant 715. and
Seymour 178; Grant's majority 642;
i. KspuDlloan gun 202 over (be vote 01
a lUii Wakarnss : township gives
e Grant 332; Seymour 69; large Republic
can gain. Clark (Radioal)for Con'
e greaa. has a majority of 863 in the oity
r aod 227 in Wakaruaa township. The
majority for Grant in Douglass county
a is eetimated at 1.C00. Holt county (Mo.)
a gives Grant 955 majority; a gaiu or 20(J
it on the vote of 1866; MoClurg (Repubi.
lioan) for Governor, 900 majority;
(Republican) for Congress, BOO
> majority; negro suffrage 650 majority.
. The election in the Flrat Coogreeslon?
al District is still claimed by.bpth par;
ties. The Times, with one preeinot is
e the oity and four In the county to
a bear from, olaims 671 msjority foi
I Welles (Democrat). The Republican,
with the same city preolnct and font
. county precinfts, olaims 354 for Welles,
i The Dsmoorat says the oontest is very
] olose, with the ohanoea In favor of File
i (Republican.)
r Sbdalca, Nov, 4.?Retnrns from this
county come in slowly, but enongh la
. known to show that the Radioala have
. eleoted their entire tiokel, the vote was
1 the heaviest ever polled in this county.
, Pettis county, the eleotion passed ofl
! "q I*A Px-iTA, Nov. 4.?Grant 61: Seyt
qiour 90; McClurg 61; Fhelps 90; Demo.
. orallo majority 29; vote in 1866, Repub.
Ilcan 47; Democrat 64;' Democratic gain
I 22.
St. Joseph, Nov.*>?Full vole of this
i city not yet counted, Grants majority
) In the city 386; Republican gain 492
over spring eleotion; majority for fonrI
teenth constitutional amendment falls
very little short of that figure,
i Kansas Crrr, Nov. 4.?This oity
, gives about 700 Democratic. Wesjporl,
: 6; Independence, 400. "Van Horn, Rei
publican for Congress probably eleot.
ed, as the msjority in Jackson oounty
[ the Democratic stronghold Is less than
v. expected. Retnrns ootne in very slowly
and local tickets maoh.spilt, Demor
cratlc county ticket generally eleoted.
HW JEB9ET.
Tbkntoh, November 4.
The Democrailo Electoral ticket is
' eleoted and also the Governor and four
Congressmen. This is the opinion or
the Democratic Committee. Republicans
say there ia only one Democratic
Congressman elected*. Neither parties
can give majorities, and both a*y it ia
small.
Nkwabk, November 4.
Returns very olose and Incomplete.
Seymour carries the State by about
1000 majority, and Randolph, Democrat,
for Governor by about 2600. The
Senate has 12 Democratic and 9 Republican
members.- -The Assembly has 52
Democratic and 28 Republican mem*
bers; Democratic majority on Joint
ballot 7. which will send a Democrat to
tbe.U.S. Senate in place of Frelinghuy
Ben. Moore, Republican, .Represents[
tlvo lor Congress, Is elected in the First
, District by about 3000 majority; Haight,
r Democrat, in, the Second District, by
, about 8000 majority; Bird, Democrat,
. in the Third District, by 3000 majority;
. Hill, Republican, is 100 ahead in the
r Fourth District, and probably elected
, but by a; close vote; Cleveland, Demo.
crat, lu the Fifth District, is elected by
. over 1000 majority over Halsey, whe
t will contest the election.
, OHIO.
\ CINCINNATI, NOV. 4.
Foil returns from Hamilton countj
' give Grant 5,884 majority, Republics*
? Rain of 3,408. Total vote of the countjj
. 52,006; being,986 votes less than in Octo
0 ber*
Gallia county cives Grant 900 majorIty,
Kepublican gain of 400. Falrttelc
" county, all bat one townsfeip, Republi
can gain 10. Lawrenoe-oounty givei
" Grant 1,540 majority, Republican gair
? ' ?^n "OlWi? nlnoa Saomnni
600 mtjorlty, Republican gain or 100
' Scioto county elves Grant 800 majority
* Republican gain:250. Pickaway oonntj
all bat one township, Republican gaii
I of 140.
r Jackson bounty gives Grant 450 ma
jorlty, Republican gain of .224. Waab
, ington coonty gives Grant 600 majority
I' Republican .gain of 865. Rosa count:
!! gives Heymour 400 majority, Repnbli
" can gain of 400.
(* WEST INDIES. - V
u? . - ' - i I
j~ Havana, Nov. 4.
" The whole Island ;ls In ah exotlei
9 slate, business prostrate on aoooont c
tbe distrust and alarm or the people
Tbe Captain Qeneral la.aArangely retl
cent. A deputation of leading oitizen
who oalled'oahtin werein?nltad by mi
" officer of hia household, and (he leader
:? ordered to Spain. A telegram from tb
Amerloan consul asking that a fei
* United States war vessels be sent ther
l; wires. The losnrgenta aro 6,000 stron
01 nod numbering many Spaniard! an
* their cry is "Spain, P*ltp and Serrano
and "down with taxation.'.' Troop
numbering 10.000 are acknowledged t
be insufficient to repress the rebellion
Leraundi has reoetred ample lnstruc
?- tlons ' from the provisional (Joverr:
i- ment. News by Cauls steamer I
1- anxiously expeated.
? WA8HIHOIOK.
,y Beport ortbe Joist Conniitte or Co>
8. ' gress.
>' Nut York, No*. 4.
y The following is madff pnbiio, the ur
[ derslgned are of opinion that no pobll
ln exigency requires the attendanoe of
" quorum of Congress on the 10th ins
" it. n unnnav
8- - R. c.'somraoK.
5 WaMngton,f>.aNov.A.
? annlu ud Bobbery.
h ? :
Kansas Citt. Nov. 3
31 An old lady named MMsbali.ind b<
Rf son John, weic discovered murdere
n in their bouse, about S miles north <
16 Barrv, Piatt connty, Missouri. Qlgi
11- before last. The house was rifled an
e. a considerable torn at money, the pri
oeeds or ? recant s?le of horses, WI
stolen. ITo clae to the murderers.
. I - 1 ? ? .
? *! 1w ?
Is Weather clen^^SPptaun't. Hive
y 7 feet 9X inches falling Mercury 60?.
ClNCLWlfATI, HOT. i.
in pari. Thermometer 60-.
\r\ r ?
5SL wraecamitofii
m The report thai
- The iuUintlOB knowa u' ? U
Widow*' Horn* on Moant AiMn
e, WBS destroyed by fire thl? mornim
ItO'B about 130,000; lnaored (or $25,000
" ? nvjai ww ;?
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL. \l
' al
1 WhMllaf WholesaleMarket. 11
wkdhksday Eventnq, > j?
November 4, 1868. j lb
Apples?Supply good; prices range ftv
from 92 60 to |3 00 per bbl. Pi
Butob-Plenty at SOo -for choice;
flnmmnn rnll ilnll ( 9AaQbt _ 1
i uoffbh?Rio, Mr to good, 22*26c; 39,
Hummel's essence (295; Felix's extract Ft
? 12 25. ?
, Candles?City mould tallow 17c; a8
i Star 22a25e. R<
[ Cotton Yikx-Standard 42%c; Cot'
ton Batting 25*35; Candle Wick 45c. g7
j Cahbok Oil?28o. and obarge for U
' packages. 20
Chkxse?S*1gs of Weatarn Reserve at
i 17o per pound; Factory 198.
t Eaas?Xn jfood demand at 23c. X>c
[ FcouR-^-Market doll, Superfine (5 60 ne
[ ted wheat'feimliy |8 00; fancy flO 50. ~Fjcatiisrs?IrTfair
demand at 7&C. [
Grain?Prices for No. 1 red Wbeat up
1 9150*1 fiO; No.1. white 91 90*2 00. Corn? '
New. in small loU. 65oa75; old, ?1 00.
Oats?SOcatW. Rye?fl 20al 25. Barley *]
?f 1 75al 85, an
Hay?Loose timothy sella at $29 per ^
ton for good quality.
Labd?Leaf, In tierces 19c J
Lard Oil?Extra ?1 65. 1
Mousses?Choice New Orleans at '
' 90c: Porto Rioo 85o; Baltimore Syrup
SOaBOo, N'ew York do 65a 70c. at
Provisions?We quote shoulders at
14c; olear rib sides 17K?i clear aldea
18Ko; sonar cured canvassed hams 210;
mess pork (30 00. Bg
Potatoes?Sales at $120al SO per bos; (
sweet at <2 60a3 00 per bus. jel
Bios?Rangoon 10)* c; Carolina lie.
sndab?Porto Rtoo at 13a24Koj Cuba 0jt
12Xo; refined crushed 17c; A coffee 16e; 'ct
B do, lBX<r, C extra do, lSKc; C do 15c; bli
O do, yellow 14Xc. Jjj
Soda?Bi-oarbouate soda 8c; sal-sod* ne
So; eoda ln papers 10c. th:
STABCH?Foxe's 8o; Glen Cove lSKc; *f'
H?lnn> UUn. ,
lle
Salt?Dairy |3 75; Ohio River 92 65. 11
Soap?Family 7c; German 8)?c; Eastera
Family 10al3c. JJj
Shot and Lead?Bar lead 12Kc; at
:8hot |3 25per bag.
T?a?Gunpowder Tea fl 40al 75. J
Young Hyson Tea, fl 40&1 60; Black <
Tea, QOcafl 10. ?lfc
Tobacco?Navy tobacco, 70a72c; dark wt
10a and Xa, 70a72c; bright $<?s and 10a, 17
80c; fig lnmp f 110; Garrett's snuff, 78c;
Garrett's snuff in boxes, 98 50. gmi
Baltimore Markets.
Tuesday, November 3. 1
FLoua?The market is inactive, bat *
prices are steady. We hear that some Bpi
2,000 bble high grade City Mills Extra
have been taken for Rio, aald to be at \
fiuov, ana we nave reporua sales oizitj ?f
bbls oboice Western Spring Extra at
f8 50,.and of 100 bbla-common Western
Winter do at fg per bbl. We quote as
follows, viz: 1
Howard StreetBnper. 18 50? 7 00 an
do do Kxtra - lllifl 8 00 <
do do Fancy Bxtxa_ 9 50010 u> ral
do do Family 10 60(31160 f?,
tSBE=:r:'.. , .*? III
do F?ao]rKxtra? 9 00& 9 50 oS
do Family 10 Unit oo 3
BBsnss=z SIS ?
3?S SB
do do Common Hxtra? 7 00? 7 68
do do Choice do 8 0U& 8 2a
Severn and Exchange Bnper. 9 CO? 0 00
Exchange Kxtra L10u?00 00 an
Cnesapeake, HocJdey and iiorl- (
eon do 1160000 00 foj
Patapsco and Hescrvolr fcxtra 12 (X>?G0 uo
sawgg=aa^8aBB8
Woverton do 13 5U(gU0 OU T)
Bye Flour 8 00# 8 26 JD
Com Meal ?? 5750 800 ?
Grain?Wheat was in very light sap. jjg
ply this morning the receipts beiog only WJ
about 6,000 bushels, mostly low and w
medium grades. There was some de- oei
mand for prlme lots, and the market l>"
generally was steady. Sales were made
.of 8,000 to 4,000 bushels red at 9150a- vv
175o for common; $190al 95o for fair; a ]
218*2 20o for .good to prime, and of th
about 1,000 bUBhelH white at from fl 60o
for oorhmon up to f2 25o for prime. M
Corn was in very llgbt supply aud dull, ci
a few lots of new. sold at from GO to 80c w
and we quote old at f 1 OOal 05c. A lot *ti
of 850 bushels. old Western mixed JJj
brought iOO'o. Rye we quote at fl 80c
for oommon, and $1 40*1 60a for good to u
prime." Oais were In light supply and p?
firmer to-day. Bales ofi some 2,000
bushels were reported at GOo.ior com- "
moo, and 05a72c.for good to prime.. fl3
Phovibi ms-Bacon ? Sides In very pc
lignt supply, and in consequence they oo
are firm at 17c for rib, and 17}?al7J*c
ibr clear rib. Shoulders are In better
apply, and they aro quoted at 13Hc. m
The demand for Bsoon la fairly active, ai
bdt Bales are confined to retail lota, di
J Bulk Meats are aoarce and firm' for tm- 111
j mediate delivery. An offer of- l&Xo
. waa made and refused yesterday lor cc
' olear rib aldee. Lard was quoted at 1>
" 16%al7Xa, the latter price being for _j
" jobbing lota. Mees Pork we quote .at
(80 per bbl for new olty. ^
? ctARKsra Br iiusBAru.
e Xew York, November 4. (
K Cottos ? Steady and' more dolog; K
d 2900 bales sold at SSXo for nrftMirng a
" uplands.
Fdoub?Cloved doll and drooping
o for common and medium grades. f.
Obaiw?Wheat?Doll and nominally
H 3?4c lower. Hye?Ijower; fl 42 for .
h western. Oats?Dull at 78o for western
a afloat. Corn?Quiet; $1 lSal IS for on- J
sound and jllojial 16JS for sound west- '
ero mixed.
Pbovimoss?Pork?Quiet; sellers of
Mm ae'?2r00*27 SO oa.li; ?28 87K*l- lera
lor IS days and 928 00 sellers all
month. Bear?Doll and Drooping. Oat J
Meats and Bacon?Unchanaed.
? . Labd-DoII at X7sl7Ko for lair to
. prlmeateam.
. Eaas?Dull at 32?37o.
i. omr ooods. ,
The market remains qalet bat *
steady tor all staple cottons. We quote !
standard brown sheetings, like Indlsn ?
Head. Oohaasett and Atlantic A, at 16c; b
Appleton A and Pacific A at 15Jjc; An- b
gusta 14c; New York MUls bieaobed .J
'* bleached shSeUq^S'^i 37K? do'fl^ ?
3 at 65; do 10 4 at 70c; Uxbridge 4-4 at O
and blanks rH na I Irtnaa a t 1 ahll.
if lintf. Th? Oriental "Print Work?r, loft
apstf M AtttoflMigfR. I., Dive been 3~
sold (o Jordan, Marsh <fc Co., of Bam
ton, at between tUO.OOO and 600,000.
xojnrr aito wtobxnt- - a
Mosey?Activeand stringent at 7 per J
' 3
^ nmhn'r^Athvr names are reoorted n
Gold?Lonn opiwd ? 33x. ?nd ?
| s?5g!'ffi& SES&S&2S* i
10 millions wiJIJ? ~
payable In' legal tenders, and the new
? ftto ?kcSj liMy to (In any'marked 3
j. relief to Ihe mooey mark*.
Qgynam Stocks?Coupons, 81,
i'/ialUX; do '62, 108al08X; do
SJialOB; do '05, 105X?106; do new
09Ji:do'C7.109&al09J<; do '68, X
0J<; 10 Ms 105alU5>i.
Stocks?Depressed on panto presai
sell, Increased by rumors that so
ilwuy companies Intend to lncro;
elr capital by fresh sales of sto
'erage decline 2*3 per cent, bnt
ml Is down to 4 per cent, and Paai
nil oau per com; i-aumo M>11 no
8; Western Union Telegraph 35*35
sw York Central 122Xal23: Erie 1
Y.: Reading 91?>95; Wabash 69a5S
Wayne 109KallO; |OWoik Mi?ais?li
>29X; Michigan Southern S2Ka83
inota Central 142?144; Pittsburgh
1<A; Cleveland and Toledo lOl&lOt
>o 1c.Island 102>4al025<; Northwests
Kxpress Sharks?Wells Fargo it <
H; American 44a45: Adams 48W?4S
it ted States 465ia47; Merchant* Unl
ia20>4.
Cincinnati.
novkmbbr 4.?fcouk?ucollhuued
Jbajn?Wheat?Unchanged. Can
ill at 95o for old; ear at 60i62o ;
w do. Oats?Steady at S7aSSc. F
Doll and declined to II30. Barlej
iseltled and nominal.
3orroN?Firm at S3Ho for middll
lands;
Whisky?Closes firmer; sales at $1
05; holders contending for higt
Ices.
Provisions?Bacon ? field blgl
d scares. Clear Rib?Sides sold
46; clear 18^.' No green meats <
ed. Pork?At $37aS8. Lard?D
d nominal at 16>4al6o for new.
Sgos?Scarce and firm at 80c.
Buttjsb?Steady.
)iL8?Linseed Oil?Dnll at $100. ]
)leam?Dall at 28a30c lor refined.
Sold?132% bbying. Money oli
10al2 per cent.
GUfeago.
November 4.?Flour?Opened fa
active and firm, and closed qa
d weak; aalee, spring extras at ffl
00.
3bain?Wheat?Fairly active, n
lied and irregular; sales of No. 1
21al 27. No. 2 opened at 9119J* a
olined to 9i 13, and closed at 91 14
wing at inside sales. No. 2 ait
lange $1 14. Corn?Dall, and
Rber; sales of No. 1 at 81a82c; No
?79c; rejected 72?76o in store; closi
initial, with buyers of No. 1 at 1
w corn sold at 40*50c; sales of No,
is p.m., 80c. Oats?Active and high
tea of No. 1 at 47a48as, rejected 4
wing inside forNo. 1. Rye?Unai
d and lower; salea of No. 1 at 91 1
2Kr closlns with sailers at 91
.rley?Opened firm, and closed we
d easier; sales of No. 1 at 91 50*1
eoted at #128*1 30; closing nomli
91 32 for No. 2 in store.
Toledo/
STo v emrkr 4.?Floor- Ouiet.
i rain?Wheat?Advanced 5c a
sod with la2o of advance lost; aa
No. 1 white Michigan at f 1 97a(2
lite Michigan f 183*1 85; amber *11
5, closing at 174; No. 2 spring $1
rn?Unchanged at 90o for No. 1 a
for rejected. Oats?lc better; Mlcl
a 66c; No 2~54c. Rye?Quiet.
SABLE*?Dull at f1 75.
ButTAl*.
f ovember 4.?Market unsettled.
rjLouR?Sales of No. 1 city grou:
*ingat|7 50.
J rain?Wheal?No. 1 Michigan cl
15: No. 2 do 91 35. Corn?Nomix
D7a982. Oats?58q bid and 60c ask<
/axai. "Freights?Weaker: early
i late* at 23o for Wheat to New Yoi
HU Loaia.
November 4.? Fmur-Little belt
per %5 50a6 00.
3rain?Wheal?Dull and uncbang
aging from fl 45*2 00 for prime
icy. Corn?Lower at 8la88c. .Oat
tter at 47a52o. Rye?Higher at f 1
rley?Dull and lower.
visions?Pork?Opened lower
>. Bacon?Unchanged ?al 13c :
solders, and 18Kal8^o for cli
ies. Lard?Easier at 17al7^o.
Milwaukee.
XIUTiULUliii 'f MIUH?X UUli |>tl<
changed.
5rain*?Wheat?Unsettled at SI
No. 1 In store.
Trustee's Sale.
>Y VIRTUE OF A DEED OP TRTJ
> dated the fourteenth dayof Jane, 1
ecnted by Robert Ibbltson and -wife
?self as Trustee, and of record in theClei
ice of Ohio county, volume 52, page <5
II sell at the Court nouee In tbe clt:
bee line, on Saturday; tbe fifth day or
nber.lSa, tbe lollowing deecrlbed proj
mentioned In said Deed of Trust to wit
A piece or parcel of ground situated on
nkof Wheeling Creek, in, tbe city
heeling, bo and ea as follows, beginning
aoint one hundred and ninety teet eas
e east line of ?off street, on tbe line 4
eet called Crescent street, l*id oat fi
?IT street, eastward ly to tbe Cntscenti
ill.ontbtt bank of Wheeling creek, >
vkceat street being a continuation
ebuer btreet, though running nearer
reet and at a different angle from Web
reet thence northwardly along tbe <
le Of an alley twenty feet wide to W fa
g creek, tbeuce eastward ly up said a
cty feet, thence southwardly oy a
Lrailel with said alley to. said .Crest
feet, thence wesiwordiy along the ni
ie of crescent street sixty feet to the p
ttares mna improvements thereon or
irtatnlng thereto. being. the same prop*
nveyed by <iiii A HirdlMIl lO lbUlUO
mmer aud by the latter to Robert in
i erms of Bile, one fourtn cash, and the
alnderln tqoai payments of idx, tin
id eighteen months, with Interest/!
ty.oi sale.secnred by Dee^ of Xrost on
itbe%e to the above property Is bell*
be good. Helling as Trustee I will <
mveysnch title as Is vested in me by
ooW-'urieSr1' g-H. FITZHPOH.Trni
QDEES Of THE SOUTH
ORTABLE GRIST MIL
IOB
lORN MEAL, WHEAT FLOURING
j STOCK KKED BOLT1NU AF
A TUB, tJMTlTTKKS and MILL Wl
E> BR ALLY.
McjOnr ig^ls MBbgttt 1
tar Saeri)
Famp-h I fll'coaud
tngD-ftnir P uxiltfWSAl
-w TBB CIRCUIT WJJOT'VoB O
. ooDotjr in tbeSUUpfWMt VfrgJnlj
Jowpblnj^Lepren.
JOaeph Leppea.
TakOHOUCB, that tt,. dtpoltton. of HI.
'otSmKaifw. b?w??n tbe bona
'clock *, m. f1"1 o'clock p? be
Awl llfljon
%%??"*
ie same all ell be completed
^rSf&BPBBnc tXPPES
. e.Ll5-4tw t?er WBKira Fobbu. A1
J. A. CARROLL ft BRO,
[AEBLE WORKEB
OHM 8TREET, But '<!<: of |?OM Bll
WHEZUSO, W.
^j5np?Sa"d"ni-Xn-,"
VONDEBFUL 11!! S
Addny.*.F. WOOD.Vraoo, * *)?
Broom Handles.
5000?*
low toy
CHABLS8 H. BKBBT
?a?f7 Zfoa,U*l?
& sxmtm. ' J10a
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VlBWtlV
? NATIONAL BANK
___ OTTOnUKQ. A.?irck;
> <?"? * a*romttoryV. l.*^
g
Money leueived on dapoitt;4 Exchange
j2? boosluaiid arid. -
?? Collection. mule end prpoeeda prempUy
remitted.
?pl Interest on Special Deposits at thewVepf
y,\ four per cent per annum where the de84
posit remains Hx months, and m? per
,S- cent, If Dor one Year. _
gj* Acconnta of Merchants, Manu&cturens.
trn Bankers otfaena^dtod.
Revenue Stamps for sale In sums to suit.
Co, A constant supply of Nev Fractional Cur??
MERCHANTS'J NATIONAL B?lOJ"
L or West Virginia.
, ^
|J! Capital Paid In. WOO.OOOi
rTtHia BANK SUCCKKDS TO ZHK J3X7H1*
"B l aeaor the "Merchants' and Mechanics'
Bank of Wheeling." It Is a desianatedJJe02
patttory and Financial agent of the United
ter Btat?a,and la prepared, to do a legitimate
Banking business.
Frctidcnt-J?*-Nelson Vance. __
National Bask of Weet Vlr^Ii^fl,
AT WHXELi^G.
>e- CkpltadfaldlM ... NN^to
Money received on deposit, interest
paid on special deposits. Koteaand
? bills discounted. Krchange booghtandaottL
collection* made on all point*. *214
promptly remitted;.
ir- ' "
Jet Crispin Ooexbat, ' tkaxab&mim.
00 MlCHAXL ttxillt) A. a. topdc. ... ?
ABTHURLims, John B. HtjbbAxk
JAMKS Mcclukkt, M. Pollocg, . >j )
n- JaksMazwill. ? - ^ .
at CRISPIN OGLEBAY,
lid JOHN WAGNER, ^ dttent.
)4; C*"""'
National Saving's Bank of WWfcftefc.
. 2 oawtai, - - - lOO.OOO.
n* **?-NEY BEF?r^.<;5 -?jjg.<iBj.yiin
JjJL iPtereatpaiaon special ueposita. rious
"? ana Bills discounted. hTrhapg* bonahtanrt
r c?rV? CuUectlOI^Sltt^n ^pota ?SSt"
8cj tM^iconntdj^?Wedyiweday. : ;?vu"P
Jt- * DIRECTOR?. ' . ?** uH
LOa Thomas H. LU, , : Robert Pratt . ?dj tof
OS. Robert Gibson, ^ A* M'Cabe*. iiaaA
Bt J. o. Thorp as, James McCltwey,
* J. i*. gttCaL - - 'mfTSrtuA.
THoa. u. niflPT, preaidmn.i
ial B. P. HILDRETH+Qaahlfg. . c^iT
d. o. list. xoammaDMa.
hxnby k. li9t. gibson uxi>.
nd ,OBM '*-=*? SUS b? A
Bank of Wheeling
25*
WHEEIJNG, W, VJl
nd TyKALS IN BTLXJ3 OP EXcSaKOB.
,{. I / Government Bonds,81odes, Gold, Commercial
Paper, and allNsgotlflhie ttiuuiBI?,
B pedal attention given' fo eojlsctiona.
Interest allowed on Special D<Wh* tour
nd
ab " mbt.'stilstih-*'"
,al GIBSON IiAMB, Outlier.
,j JOHKPJH bKYBDLD, AM*t Caah'er.
at m*ia"lr n ,, V;-j
The People's Bank. & i
\ rncii, h& ? main at, mnsubdi >>i
m? Notes and Dills discounted. Kxchatagc
. ' bought and sold. OoUeotiona at liomtior fton?
*? itot?d promptly h?,a
06. John Bold, ChrMlAiiHn,
John Hsnrtlan, John Vockler,
aaml J. Boyd^^^^ ^RJcbaxd Carter.
?r jobiah r. CPDKoiSurP.^Sr/^mri' '1"
?'- 1 111 i 1 ' i!i|f ml WL'p
LATEST FASHICfN^ :^ J:
26 ?
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& CLOAKS, DRESSES,to
t'iewflt .Jtrjonll b?? tlfc>
* * Ssquos, tou *jfeb
r or M?la to ?d?r. or out Bnte<V-4iia*M(allti/?
Ue- without mmklnl, B? ladles U1?J fftftuiO.il
h PATTERNS^
,V2 ,
rom directions ibr making up, StsJffu:::.
JSS ir-ra" '
or i ?;-U ?#<x>A> lilw
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line .0? ~ i'l tMIl ^ TMn0*
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tire r?OBlT* *"' XW** o?vciq
x Fattiou, aiii Triiiei
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"ft n(U<U?lr "
.orf&o fa.<3 -ju
^ AiipmAH w?^i;?pifiRis^
,FAIlly
, andacca racy of. Uu? WelihaiD THa?fc ) !
torn To Mttlsfy that cta? la ail these imdmi Jf to JTI
exec- decide the qoettion aa to the reaTvaJado/
a. in UMMM^geiUMgm ^?pfcakij*l!iyifcS?dw
r^1> >Ivw at tbePodSlaof tt(Si3k ^ ^ ^
jtlve Imported Wntciiea are made an ?eiii?a^ >
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