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LEWIS BAKER & COMPANY.
n'llllNtM AND I'HONUKTIIM.
??11?^?w?rr??B^Bg
Tut .leathof i m ,i Wn i i of Mi. !i
igau. i? saul to have l?eeli hastened l?v
tltv lion caused to tiia itrU.it for
n? election.
T?K whipping-! mis! iH convincing n
v'vkmU iitany tramps In iVlaware tliat
Uh\v cannot get five board for the winter
in jait l?y stealing a turkey.
Tiik Cuialierland folks arc delighted
that tho it A (t. K. It. Co will start np
the puddling mill at that phnc next
month. This a ill furnish employment
for alsmt forty num.
Snow is lour fort ?lrrpin Central New
York, ami trains on Homo of the railroads
are ahnndomsl It mils the
furthest remove from a "green Christina*"
that Vmnrieu has witnessed for
many a day.
?
Tiix next eleetiou in Virginia, whieh
iloea not occur until Novcmlier, is
likely to run on the ileht ipiestiou.
There are no Congressmen |o he chosen,
ami no issues that will prevent a lair1
separation of the debt pavers against
the rcitdjusters.
CiXeiwvri, is |o have a new threceent
morning newspaper oil tho 1st of
January. Cheap journalism has not
hitherto amounted to much in the West.
The temletii'V litis (well to make Hews
papers hea\ v ami e\|*>nsive.
'I'll*:?iranger movement seems t" he
mi tin"?l?>i-lilit* in Missouri, onenf the
tin* Stall's III \\ 11it-11 it took r?int. At
tin- recent meeting of tin1 Mali* tirange
statistics were mail mIiow iii|C tliul in lN"o
tin' Missouri granges ha.I a memliciship
ofal.tKM, in IS7I?. 'Jii.tKKt, :ii\?l in IS<S,
'JO,0U0.
Tiik nti'si expressive cipher in eonmsitinn
Willi iIn' whole j. iphor hmaucss is
tin* i?/<-A witli w liirli the Uepiihlii ans
ill ('oiigrees pass* .1 hv ill c laim (m ail
investigation. Hill no helieve a '"key"
rouhl Is- (miii< 1 In this one if tin' New
\<ak '/Vi/>mik sliniiM liu\mi\ dilliriilty
llhulit ll.
Thk Washington Imiiks an- hying to
steal sIm iman's ill 11 mlei hv inaugurating
practical resumption in a<lvami> of
tin* linn' lixi'il hy law. Tin y art* exchanging
gulil f.n greenbacks, ami gave
Opportunity mi tin' liny 1 m-|.>r?* Christ
mas ( ? rii-h papa's to pr.s urn "yellow
Jai'ks" lor ilislrilniliiiii as presents.
'I'll*' I'llinlTCllll'Ilt 111 111?* tost until
leaves tlm graml jury of tIn* I nitcil
Mah'h I'uiiiI, hi .lai'liMiin illr, Ma , as
follows t ?f tin' twenty jurors thirteen
an* white ami seven colored. I'oliticallv,
tIni ii t'ii art' Iti-piihliraiis, six iViinsrals
ami uiii' Imli pt'iiili'iit. There is imi a
single white mail hum in I lit- ('unte.lir
ate States iiumug the iiiiiuIh r.
IIIiixii culil ami cutting imrtli winils
succeed the great storm, an.I severe
winter weather prevails from the
Atlantic eosi to I ho li >ck\ Mountains.
The snow fall was uiiii?all v Imavy along
the line of the great lakes, ami the gale
that follows raises great ilriffs that
ilelain travelers ami the transportation
of lui'ivhamlise.
I on finlilt t it yt'ui* Iin< Sfiinii' m iin*
lTnilti| Stall's lias Ins u in |lu< hands uf
I In- lii>|iiililinnis, ami im? that il is
iiliniii ti> pass frmn tln'ir ?* >1111<?l llii'>
an- Man.Il\ MU^iMin^ l<> lli?? opposition
llial tlir 1111 in I mi ii| olli. ials mi llir Si uulr
pay-roll is oiiti'iiutniisly liuui*, ami
llial it oitirlil in ivasnii ami pood uovi'i ii
iiinit in Ih> late ly t ill down.
Tilt: i inirimills an I inrrr.isim; i \
p. iisi- u| snppniliiiv; lhi< w- in idli'imss,
is inakiiii! many innvi'ils in tin* lash
n\sirin piini.-luiiriit lui mii'Ii i iimimils.
\ pood wurk Innisi', wiili plain
fiiuil ami pliiit\ hi wink, ami withdrawal
ol radons fur iIiom' w ln> will nut
prrfurni a ri-asiiiiaMi* ainuiiiil uf lahor,
is mil a hail svsIimii. MWiIisn shnulil
Ili'Vrr In' pi'iaiilti'.l in nh||i hmliisl
tiiiuinals. I'luy slnail I Is' roinpt'lh'd
litraiu what llnii imvcoal'.
tin \\ iishiiiuluii lit !> .! ul \ iii'nlay
twriiiup, -a\s thai tin1 Ti ll*!in-a ol I hi'
Washiiu'lnn ami .11 ili 1-..11I'olh'irt' haw
ilrrlillril In Hi ripl I hi' Ii > Wl.ltii'll uf tin'
I'rrsiilriil, Ih. f it.ii. I'. II a\s, mill liavi*
anth<ni/.i'iI Ih ll i\t:s|ii makr 111 rniipii
int'iil* w itli Ki v J. I. Itimw \>us, ami
lii'\ \\ . I 11 Will 1'iiN |n takr ihaipoof
tin1 I'li-siili'iil's i'iIin .iliuiial wink lui tin'
11 1111. Vii'ii 1'nv.iili ul I.>nn will In1
limpid w nli 1 lm f\ri iui\ 1- tin!ii s until
I hi' ni'w urraiipi'iu.ut is ?um In ltd
A mni.i 1 in story i n m's 11 nut Itirli
iiiuinl, \ a., tIn* i'llrrt llial an iiuinriisi'
lissurc ha* I in* 11 disrm oivd in lln*
Itlin' l{jdpi\ i'\li ii'lnu: finni ilu* milltill*
fmk uf da- liapiil.iii livi r |u lilt*
Mn iiamluah, a distant v oi Iwrlvi' in
fmirti'1'11 mill's Ii is saiil that thi-ih'ft
111 tli?> mount.mi i - i|int(> wi>In :ui.| -4.1
ilii'p lli.it mttle lia.- fallen into the
ii|H>iiiuu an.I mmo ?lo\\ ii to unfuthouia
Me depths in tlit* bowels ot tin- i-.ii tli.
We su>|h>. t that tin* story oonns from
the wild, imaginative party wlnuhiuila
to tlio startlo.l reader-. ot a Ciininnali
journal ntvurtvmv* in \oriti Carolina
ami \ irgiuia wliioli in \. r tako plaoo.
A si ui mim is goin>: tlio num.Is of
the press to llio olio* t tinn some wars
?Wo Captain I u?s. who is tlio tannins
o<mtmotor now eonstrmiiug the jottios
at tlio uioiitli of tlio Mississippi river,
h.v inlroit management t.ipluro.1 tlio
Itank ot tlio Slate of Missouri, \\ho>o
stock at that tinio mum worth $loU for
iiiYostniotit, an.I that now hv his Ih>|?I
tinaiuieriiig, or ratlior h\ tlio |ierwraion
of its finnis ami crtslil to the imii
viilual uses of tliooliioors ami ilirt-olors,
the stoi k is worth from .T? to oOpereenf.
less than nothing, whilo tlio individual
liahilitios ot the directors, Is-yoml thoii
meta, amount to about two million of
dollar*.
? The >St. I.ouis tt'/nb-/ , while
not absolutely denying thai the eontiectiou
of Captain t.viv with this enterprise
i? Jouudtsi ??U '-uC us-m its that tlio
fUtwmetits ipado about it area bundle
of iniasta'oiiienU ami exaggerations. If
any indiotiuant lute been found against
him, as alleged, the (JM*'-lkmcer,n says
ft is not known iif ft.' 'I-ouis. Ami it
further condemn# these repfrls as inspired
by inalire ami working great injury
to tne vast pnblic interest whteli
Kaos iias in rharge.
KOMAftCv: IN FINANCIUKUVO
JUm ovcjj^ helming allootton nfwvrttUn
hiu-jwtv^ for tii Fiiwt National
Vunk of N\m\ \ ark if the most ^mi'lur
"tofy.vt. finuuohtl romance IImt this
epoch ?>T financial arliim *s lias yet furnished.
The Now Eueland after-dinner
?put>t h oi llic ixxactiu,), liru utilel day,
has only n?M?'?l t<> (lie mystery which
surrounds (lie singular business relation*
uxi?tiiiK between ill Id batik llltd
lliv National Truasnry. Mr. funani w
h not Incapable of li clear spe
elite business statement li |M?it
nnv matter lltal he wishes tu lie under*
nIimmI, ami his New Ihiglaml speeeh, on
ll?o otlmr liainl, uliow* some tail for
evading, while pretending an explanation
of a matter that hi* don't rare to
discuss. Hus.iicss mini all over the
country tire u-skiug it it is a fael that Mr.
Sio.liM \\ allowed isfa.imo.mm of mom y
to he used by a single hank in New
York, without any security save a capital
shsk of ^?mi,(Nm! It iin\IhmIv can
read Mr. Nimiwa.x'h replx to this charge
ami say that he has received any information
upon the tpiery. he is as liberal a
iensoner on small capital as the !*<ecrutiu>
seeius to Ih* with a surplus.
Whether the amount of government
fumis in the liiimls of the hank has ever
reached the sum of $ la,000,000, as
chaiyvd, the hank's statement will
hardly he coiilradiet?*d that at the close
of business iVeemher h, l^rs, it had in
it* vault* over si x t ecu millions 01 kovcriuiicut
fluids. Tho subjoined statement
oi the hilllk w ill he ot some interest
in this connection;
RVMII HCM.
IMm-iiuiii-uihI time Wn . # I, >'*l."".'I
oveldmfto 11,7.':: h'
I lifted HUIMHkUmU I\H *'. >?' II
Ullu't >|iirk? mill ImiiiiIs Win, I'if
CtviuIuiii* BW.iiSI *
I sjs . i,- ? :na,mn A>
I.eK'il tl'lldi'l* Ulld IsCk
note*. Ik)
lute Iiihii Treiuiiiiy ni
I niic<l shiiw I i
K\i Inline- I. IUO.:l.N 7ti
l?tn- tmni bunks Ml,.mi
hetuitud limn* '?,.IHh.W-> . 7.i I'
(f.'s.s hi,ii ' . i
I I Villi nil''
I'splint . ... * imuimi a
suri'iiih i imi.imi i<
I'roll U
rireulattuu i mm e
Ki |m>?II?. lunik" f/ h|.I ?' " ' !
lH'(MMi|!*. Individual- .'si. J" .1 10.14" I'
l>lie I leu-ill) ul I idled ~-l.ur- |i> )Mi <11 i
Tnlnl . 5.M.H.I0 II'. I
TIIK TOIIAl'l/'O 'l'A
The inost persistent elliirt that wil
he made hy anv class ul lobbyist* at tin
next HeHsiiill of t'oliyless is preparili:
ainun^ the toli.ii en nu n to Hei lire a i>
llletion nil (lie tohaeeo t.l\.
With the e\ce|itioii of a yen lev
linns, the trade seems to favor. this re
d net ion, although a >cai ayu, when,
reduction was undated the tohaeeo mei
defeated it. \l that lime most dealer
hud a liuyo stock on hand that li.nl pai<
the ta\, and if a reduction had heel
made, those establishments who wor
lortiinate enoiiyh lint to liaxeiiiiu h. a
well as all the small dealers, would a
oiiee reduce I lie |'i ice, and eom|iel |h
w I loll"-, i If men to dispose of I lieii I m l
at less than cost.
I probability is | hat I hex liax e heel
reducim,' llieirsloek siin e the last ton
t;iesH in |ire|iaraliou for a telnet ion, am
are now as clamorous fur it as tinwere
against it at that time.
Itilt there would seem In lio pun
irrmmd for tlie claim not milv h\ reasoi
of flic alh'p'd disi rimiuatimi which th
|iresenl basis of ta\.iliuii makes md old
airaiilst the liaik' hut ai.'aiiisl Ihescetioii
t ?l... ...iii.l.i . I.i... n. I, 111 in,nil III
wnml I<>r tlmir livinn. Inil also in lli
ftM'l (lull il w oh hi |>ioImU\ iniivin-t lit
r*-\>-11nt* ilnrivi'il Irom |ol>ai'to. i 11
National Toliaivn \s.sn? iatioii lias ]*i<
puri 'l a paper to In- Milnnitti'il lo Cm
nrnss wlmli |>ii si nis a ?oinparison ?
uxniann results 1111.|i i several ilill'erei
' inlt'o n| taxation on siimkinu ami i In \i
inn tolian o ami snail, as inllows:
I oi three \eaiH, iioin Isim In I.Mis. ii
elusive, uinlm 10 n nts lax lot Inn
nratU *, ami l> rents foi low ^i.nK
\ \i i am- raU1, 81 iviiln; iivrniHV |?roi|tii
linll, lil.tNiil,I In |mllllils. average i ollri
lion, $1<|,IKM,7MI loi tin- four wan
from IsiiiMo InJ'J, im ln-l\r, at il ' an
In emit lax, Axeman rain, renlaverage
1'ioilin'tioii, sn.'Jil . I.sj poiimh
a\i rage enlleetinu,
l or lIn111 \em Ii.>tn I N7ii lo Is, S, in
In-iv? , at I i nils lax \ verage rati
'?MI rents; average pin.|in lion, lll,,s;
Slil poiimls; average mlleelioii, >'.'7
(HHI.IiUI. Tlii'natural inn ease I ruin ii
reuse oi population is < s(imaU'iI at
per font. pre milium, Iml ilnrinn 11
iliivi'last vi'iirs ill tin- '.'I rent tax. lli
proilili lioii lias I'alK ii oil in<i|(i tlian si
million punnls Tin* argument oi [I.
I tuner is dial a I.11.11 ii-venue ran an
will In- ili'ii\?sl Iioin a I.mm rain of lax.
linll. Tin'lull, II a ill he leuminhen
[ passed tlm lloiisn lain lad session, an
i it is lion Imioin I Im Smalt I iiiaimn <'on
1 iniltnn. Mr. Morrill. iliairinan ol ilia
i'oinnilltrn, is \ |iilmi11v 'ipnosetl In an
ri'iliu linll in invniiiin lavalion, ami In- i
nspnilallr lip post'il lo minting llm |>
hareo lax. lie has Imnn Ul'getl In lli
Irmials of llm I>111 lo have sniim anlio
taknn I v llm i-oininilliv, ami lot tin- la
mine In line llm S?mite even vtilli a
adverse report, lint so i.u ail simli n
.. .. . i.,.. .. i. .. .. n.
?|lll II.IU' in til it IIIKMII (III! I. Ill
i<I\orates ill llii' lull i l.uiulli.it it \\ i
pass tlio Senate, it they nut ? 111\ iji-i
iviH>rl?'<l. I'lii ii 111il l urn is that i
mil lie smothered in (In c.uuiuitte
room.
Sh.i HkI \K\ SltKUW V\ illtilliatl's, ||
wai ut exeusiiiK Ins iin ! < 11mil> ntli i tin!
fur tin- First National Hank of Net
York, that it |>tt( up all imleliuit
amount ni *tx per rent hotels hi mviii
it\ fur till* (MlnrilliMIs deposit i>1 _ .Vein
in.-iit fmills* in it- |-?-.-.>-ioii Wlia
sum whs llius deposited is lint st .tr.
The capital stm-k nl tin- hank is j-HKktHk
Mr. Ilcwett, of Nr\i York, very run
clushvly shows liurt suiIi an timing
iiHMit Uvatue tin- tut part uf tliu \\1ml
job:
"It tliu transactions with the I irs
National Ikink ate defensible, what i
thorn ! > hinder such a transaction a
this, for example Mr Sherman deliver
$HWk<01*>0 of four per centum hon.|.
upon lieiiii; secured In a deposit u
?10,000.1100 in sis prr . .-11111111 1m>ii?Ih
w hieh can Ik-easily ohtaim i at a sli?:h
rliatljro for use; tin' man or hank tha
deposit* thrni makes the int.-ict eitlic
on thr four prr n-ntiinis or tin- -i\ |K.
rentitms. < >r. suppose a I.anker, in nhn
he roiisi.lensl to Is- a f.i\ >rahle -tale o
thr market, takes ^hni.mm.uuu"in tun
per centum hotels. \|r. Sherman .1.
livers them at nin e, taking as sennit v 1
deposit of thr same amount in si\ pel
rrntutn Isold*. The hanker ilraws in
t. rest on Is'th hoinls for three months
ami all lie lias ever put up is the si \ p. 1
centum homl*. It is equivalent tool
tim: ten per centum on your money .
elear protil of seven per eentnm |h r an
uiim on SIGO.OOO.Ohh, when it is wortli
only three per eentum; in other words
1 he makes $#.rtllO,rtlK! if the transaction
tfocs 011 for a year."
Tiib tell) 1 ranee people of Parkershurv
have uiyaitiaisl ami put into tin
field 11 full ticket for ritv nllieers. They
o>{ into the campaign tor a square liuht
on the proliihiliou plutlorm.
THE WHEEL]
-Z3Z ?
ULAINB'U UXJDPHANT.
Thi' Washington correapondeiit of the
Oim iiiiiati f.'.i:rtu (Radical), furnishes a
Ivittftliy and caustic criticism upon Mr.
Bi aim for liia conduct in lift bringing |
forward Ida blustering impeachment of
' the South, and then dodging any tvspou- j
I nihility in thy investigation. It states j
' that he was generally and latterly de- : M
iiouticed anions his Republican eol- J ?
leagues, and it was only through the j 1
impossibility of its taking formal ahape i '
that he escaped fofmal censure from the j
. Uepuhlii an eaueus.
The result," adds thy correspondent, .
1 "has I teen inont disastrous t?? Mr.
til \im:. lie cuniiot regain even the j
outward standing lie lias held among his | ^
as'is iaies. Nor does he any longer deserve
it. Iht has attempted his old ; '
game oi double dialling once too often, | |
i and all his former feats of riding one j
| way in caucus and another way j
j In tore the public are licing thrown j
up to him. in tin l, his cHroutery ' i
in proposing remedies for the :
Southern situation was prominent he- j
j fore all minds from lirst to last of his I
late performance, lor he, more than 1
any other ten Republicans, was respon;
sihle for the defeat of the (.'out us hill
, to protect elections in the South. This
wasu hill which, had it heeii enacted,
would have his'tt sutHcient to meet the
necessities of the late campaign in the
South. For its defeat Mr. Ih a ink exerted
hiiiis. lt in eaueus, and cunningly I
used his power in tin* chair. In the
same covert way he was the enemy of
(lie civil tights hill."
KKhLAIItK LOCALS.
Mr. and Mrs. tieorge Corliet, of J
; Rochester, N. V., are visiting Mr. .1. II. ;
j Henderson, of the First ward.
1 "" v - - ?-i - I-. ...... I.ill...! '
I III* i>l'W * Minuin iMiiinurinuM .
lor /.deli's Hall next Monday.
(Ill tli?" lust ?lay of sell on I the pupils
of tlio liratiiiiuir School of |lu> Kiftli j
i ward, of wliicli Mr. W ill S. Karris is ,
I'rimipal, surprised thai gentIonian
! with a presold of a Russia diary ami
1 poeket honk, usn mark of tlmir appreei- '
| ation and friendship.
The lloola hoys are juhilant over the :
11 , sureess of Allatooiia, and will iitiiiiediateh
prepare to present another play.
Healers in holiday goods, which scent 1
to include everything front peanuts to
' plow points, seem to he lutsy as of |
core, in spite of the hard times.
I A petition is in em ulation askilit: that i
Mr ( ash he reinstated as I'ritieipal of ,
" the 11igh Srhnnl. We have not seen it,
I and do not know who is its champion. ;
It is said that Mr. Cash has left town, |
1 and that he knows nothing of the movement.
* The Italtimore and Ohio Railroad
Company is building an ice house for
their own use near the National Hotel.
Air (i.T. I*iiIt* is down the river for
" a holiday \ isit.
s It is said that a wedding is to take
I place up the creek this evening. A
n (titincv helle is to leave the parental
r< H ?I.
i*
t Mix?ltI! i lirt-liinis nierniia:. Uses Moouk,
mad It years.
Finienil from No 'to. r went I iir>a street this
x Kii'liiyl momma at III o'cloek Intermeiil til I
t'eailisiila eemetery. Friend* of (lie futility lire !
II IlO lie.I lo Mlteliit.
AMUSEMENTS.
I OPERA HOUSE.
| I ttlhVV ASP SVTl IthVX, hit KMllt-U, !
I JVIII i M-Jsiii
a | C. W. TAYLEURE COMBINATION,
0 liielmliiiu Itie grout \rttste,
1 Henrietta Chanfrau
AND BEST DRAMATIC COMPANY, j
e X ii I I., i lo'.tiitifttl s|?e? 1.1II u ii|>|'ioitsl to | si til i,
( llllilitllii.il 0|il.llllll II llle hllljillHtie 11 Its of till"
'' \.11111 ( liieiieo tlo-loH Hint Sell Yolk.
I i,in vv I'll I'M I I t: 57th i). i priNliitiloii
ill llii? ? ny of llie lulellsel) excltllii; liew I'liiiiiu '
Iroiu llie t rein ' .
i "A WOMAN OF THE PEOPLE!"
f Now til its IllUtli niitlil ill I.oil)loll.
lt M VKIK MISS r S. I'll X N It: \l .
s V II WHY, hi t I.MIU'U .'Mil,
" A I 1 HOK A li'LOV l> !"
( \IIIOlU l lM\h Ml:?* Y S t IUNHUI1,
|, VihI ii I'owriflll I'iimI.
h ?.i in i t! n<!intuit?n 7 M lift fxtiH chilic.c f??i lie
wnul SMI tI tilt I> an KHIMOII mufnt <*. V?
I IUiin' III t|s|* >h?!V Suit hit "HtllUItt c Put lay, ,
Ih t t uthi i Mill' at h \. m
j Matinuo Saturday at 2:30 P. M.
JKAl.tU s\." ile.'.m j
STOVES, TINWARE, AC.
O. F. CALDWELLMaible.Slate&lionManlets
x I loll HUN ( KkTk.o, Til K AM> XI1 .klM'^nr Turn*
?' * HI I v litMilw.
' !
; Galvanized Iron Works and Tin
!j Roofing.
TOWKTIIKK WITH X lOMI'l.KTK ASSORT.
11 MI NI OS
COOKING STOVES!
0
" ! \inl IIOI -I FrKMslllNH tiOOlW. Wo rail
II S|*viul V m illion to tlio
it
Peorless Radiator Shaking Grate,
t'
II I ht> uiif't iMtii|i|?'l.> KrAto hi th)' nitirkiS. It run
11 Ih- mvh iii <i|>< rntn>n In VI r It.ink I'm ii'm Aim
r\-?iili-inv ?;i llir UUml. i all Mint rxMiunr.
ISO?, I50t> A 1511 .Villiu St.,
NKAIt H AO 15 R PKfOT.
MISCELLANEOUS.
? I'lTV S|UtJH4\l.;
1 In n l>> aiinouiiro iiiim'K to. a oaii.liilHto (or
llir I'lliiv of * uy N niianl it I llir niMlinti rlinrlrr
I- 1 IC? TUMI, *U1?J*VI HI *111* IIUIMIMI Oi 111*1 lit |I||IHI*
I raut'onvi'iiliui).
I .l.vls C. J. MAYKR.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS!
I a* well tuOrnanmiWU, such ns
; Folding Chairs, Wa!l Pockets,:
. Iti.i.A.K Ac. Mm> a nice lino of I'arl. r un<i |
< lunula r I'liruiliin
? <K. i Wm.ZinRif Hon.
FOR CHRISTMAS.
VII I UK IMri l VK J? YKSll.K '
l\.v R<i>>k*. l<aiut?. Toys, unit a sanely t.(
Notions, Diaries for 1879, &c.
1 All the ljopular niasmiinra an.I i.y the
I year ill at very low i>riiv* I'lcnar call oarly
r ins.'iin|uii.ltlwitv. r li vji'iMiiv,
ilis .V So till Mark, I Mivct.
r ?
i 1*1 ii?' Apple I'Iuh'M'.
K|.| ill, kfiM m*cs choice lino Ij.plc i li.v*c .
1 The k> uullie KukIoH I'lula l'i;.Kliin: cxnccHxl I
- l>> .lay. H. J SMYTH.
, lV)t Market ami Fourteenth 'Iro t.?
COKE !
ON \NI> VKTKK THIS 1?AIT. lOKk \MU i
u ?.hl.u
I?||| KNTs II It III >||KI. AT Till WORKS i
t For cither urate*. ?io\cx ur furnace* ihU U lb*
ch.?|??i (u. I in ilif > tl>
1'.) orUvrof ll.'anl > ( TtusUn I
J I.. M 1YU Fit.. Sgc'y.
U HtlUNi'. |tcrctiil? r M. I:C& .ieJ*
BUY YOUR DOG COLLARS
AT
West Va. Stencil and Seal Works,
SO nn MARKET 9TREET.
Tin' only place In the city wher c you ran |rt :
your name .hnii|*'.l on Hi., collar*. Jaulfl
[NG REGISTER, FRIDAY
NEW A0VBRTI?EMKNT8.
JUST RECEIVED.
rfl lUixc* MohsIihi IadiiIIK.
SO " ' OntOKt *.
'or Nth) *t lowmt iimrket into. I>y
iU^nr o. h. rrENY
ion < itv nhuueivi\
liy iliw M>lit tuiixii ol uutuy friend*. 1 hereby
limiuhco mytclf a? n t'ltlren*' <-uiuli<lnte fur the
Bleu of City K'igi'Hiil If elected I ?III tuiWvor
f> dlNlmive my diitio to ilto l?"d of nijf nblllty.
UVJ7I J. M. IIKolilK.
GREAT REDUCTION
IS
HOLIDAY GOODS!
john* hiii:i>i:i?
leeJ7 llllo M AIN SI CU T
S 13 U
Ul I - I'l.i 111 It T Mini lii* lliu?election of I It >11
<U> Protein* in tlir
.1 i:\YKLI<V I.IM:.
I JO; MAKkhl Hi'KKht,
Mclatiu'? Itlock, U|i|i Mel.lire House.
NOTICE.
rpilK M KM lll'lts OK TIIK t 'IT Y I'KMoi KA
1 He Rxwullvc (SnniltUv, in nuiikIhI tu
meet In tlu' Untiel Jury Kooiu. hi iiio t unit
Mouse, mi the owning of I Km cIiiImt Js, ll?7* HI
? in look, on bunlno?M o( liii|ioruiiiiv VII
( Mrtli'x ut>tilii|( Ir become candidate* (or lilt tin
fercitt ottti ? M 011 Hit I'ciiiocmtte to to t. at lite
llt'Xl charter election, art rci|iic*tcd to meet u Hit
ox. It) order of tlir Kxeeiitltc ( oiiiinlttcf
.1, a SlfKPPAKM, l're?'l.
\V. II. HTIIAMUKA, Stf'y tUJTr
Aiiversabym
f|T WASHINGTON HALL
KIRHl KNiil.lHII KYANUKI.lt Al.
Lutheran Sundav School,
J
NKW V HA It's N Hi I IT,
WihIiu'mIii)*, January I. 1 sT'.i. I'.iilicliliim in >liu
s'ummi
TriiMtre'M Miilc nl' Itful l.'smic.
Tin" limlorsiifniNl triMi'i1 In-riv:i*? - iinliir
ItlMt Vllllll'l'f Oil' milllntllt 'llTlWll l?\ illlll
Imiu a iloi-tl ni mini iiiMilf !>) l.lli ii Mill Ms lii
Iiiiii. ilulril ilii- llli 'lay ni VumM, l*T7. mill mm
nl rneiiril hi tin- I'lclk'n hIIii'i' nf I lit' I'minli
('nili t ni i>liln i iiiinlv. \\i nl \ Iruiiiiii. in'ili i 11 "I
tills! limit. No I J, fnlinn lit. til mill In. In- \\ ill,
ON SA I 1 IU?AV, I I Mil \lt> I. I> 'i.
t-llllilllt'lli'ilIt; lit in n't lin I| I. M., lit till' flnlll iliinl
of tlii'('mill llinim? nf hIiIii cnliiitt WpsiVn
K ill In. ni'll ill |illlillr hiii tliill till' InllnM Ilii: ill'
MiiU'il n ni i'sIhIh. In it tl A <01 till it In! m |??r
n i i>f Ihii I I) iuif iiinl l'i tut; siimiW in tlir cii t ni
\\ iii'i'lintt (utility nf Whin hiiiI Stall'ni Wist \'|i
iciiita, iiinl ili'si'illioil a* follnw l.<'t iiiiiiiImtinI
limit fimr (All. ill I lion hill s iiilililimyiiiiiiliri
i'i| niic, iniltcrltt nf Whi'llw: ami friaillni! -itit
i i<i i fi'i't. nior. or lev. mi itlnit tins li tin ni I)
Is 111 itt ii an tfiiimv stii'i'l, ami lilit i *ii f?i I m
I ii I Inn slii i i, sail| lui in .|ng -ii Mali' I'll lliit mi m i
i >f siiiil ii I mt mill I'lillmi slit'i I-.
Tl litis ni .*> tl i: Uli' I Ii I li I I iisll nil ilat nf sale
lin- lallamv III lit n iiilliil llislaiuit'iiIh, Ihiiiiih
lllllTOl frnlll 'lilt nf sail'. I'ltlllili' iii s|\ Hill
Ittiltc nmiiilis riitiHs I it (*ly f 11 >iii llir tin t ni -ni.
mill m*vi1 it'll In lift's I nf 11 it si mi 11? f ('ii '|'i' 11 j
colli
'I lii- tills* la lii'lii't ml ! ' lie kihhI, litit scllliii: >
i ill sine I Kliall mil f milt It m|i*Ii ulln us in t -lii
III llli' ||\ Mil l lloi'illlf II list.
Kolil'UT 11 Ii V K It I riisi.c
.1 l'. lliHitV. A mil. nicer ili'-'inatt
Make Your Lady Friend Happy
!?Y III'YINO IIKit \ mi 1
Kisd rii\<; M.vciiim:
nksiu it ,v itmi.,
i:ii.MurKft stiT'ri.
NUT TOO LATE YET'
TO GET A HANOSQME
PATENT ROCKER!
FOLDING ROOK Fit OH
CAMP CHAIR!
ran a nirui vfapu pptqpmt
i vm n iiuiv i unnv i iifc.wwn ?
Friend & Son.,
1063 MAIN STREET.
<wi<
CHEAP TABLE!
0:1 >U) ww "hull niwii a rhi Tablw, >
wliii li ?vIII !? |>lit, 1
Casteis, Card Stands, Vases
\N|i
I troiitto riifiii't'M,
Ill ?f which will be marked down In Inw thgi
mi' hull lllcir tin I vitlllc. lit Olili rlii Iih tin i
Otttlull
rut I) U v.iil vv ..ill luitvuiiiv
TURNER & DILLON.
4rr?
Bargains in Christmas Goods.
IN <>KI?F.K TIMIOSI HIT <'||i FX UN
civil ?i?*'k of ifi??1?. |iiiri ha? -<1 i ,|n ulli t
thr II -ii. ?. WW tflrkt rtdlKWd ; :: I - 111 t
IiivvIiik To) i'hivlrc. Ili ,l.?l?iH'l? A< I i lii - hi,
lii'lll? < 'liuln. i.f m'ii'ThI I'.Hlrl.'lu. Hh. I . - .1
Mll?l?' I'hIiIiI.I*. IVh.I Ik.xiv Ithlikll;
iw>. iulm l?. Fltv n'lirl,.. hlul m'm't ll , .til.
iirlicluuof Kan, y Furiuiun ,ili mi l j.|< ihr*
K?nmIv m, m r.3 1'1.1. *v i m ,
iUv.M 11-1 Muni Sintl
UH'I'HHfi.
? hntcv Mnoha,
i )<! inn i niuu-m J?\?,
1'riim- l-au'uvani
Ktti,-M oM Vi'Umv Kin
Eitlirr k'ni'ii ?( Frnbl) Roaatixt
K. J. SMYTH.
Cor. Mm k?( mi i KuiirUvutli ?tr?vU
Columbus Watches!
ANOTHER SHIMMY OK TIIO-K SCPVKlKi
11M k. K tKl'KK^ ill
<iC>l*l> ATN1> HlI.VKll !
CASKS. JCsl RKl KlYKO. Aim, a lansj awmrt
uu nt of
American and Foreign
W VTctlES, alt at v< n l.iw i-m t.?:thcr altt
a full line <>(
Table Ware, Fine Jewelry, Cutlery
till lis au I PutoK Clot k?, Bmiuor 4c.. at
C. I*. Urown'n,
no* M TWKt KTH STREET.
500
Nickel Plated Burner* Received.
liutcnilnsi In tar Ike ( kedpol an,I M<?t >aviii|
tea* buritar A una Sol, Agent uf '.h?Patent
Setf-Lightiim Burner.
Call tml av It t.CKE E'lTTi>N.
thf-M 1(16 Main Strpct
iT MORNING, DECEMBER
| NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BRDES&COFFER
WILL UP1UIS
THIS MORNING
TIIK
CHOICEST!
I
I .IIS 10 Ol'"
HOLIDAY
f
Novelties!
i j
r
or
i
i
; THE SEASON!
| 1 Pleaso Call and Examine.
i |
1132 MAIN STREET.
I .I.V.M
HOOKS AND STATIONERY.
! 15,000 BOOKS
KnU
Juvenile and Adult Mis
U HOIHlciillll]) 1 .?>W I'lllTN. Ill
?H'?l4*r lo a%oi?l llir I'hiMil anil
I'oiihiHimi. conical oner.
Qtantnri k> Hnv/nnnnrf
( UKIIIIVMI UL L/l(YVII|'V'l I,
' 44 Twelfth St root .
| .inn
NUTS TO GILT. NUTS TO SILVER
Ntil? !< t'nn V inn) Nut* In lnl,
FRESH AND CHEAP!
vr
ix. r. nBimEiM?'.
tlti-JO '.'JIT itiul _JIMurkil Sliwl
W'VNIlh V l.Hull MAN MIK I \ I I; N
I yy ; .i. mill IVrritnrv III th? i ultm -t fun
' -villi: > Riiil l nil nr i|i|ilr? v- 1 ii Hi II .VI mi ft: ' <
I Utl'ImL 8|., rliinu'n ilii l i
U/ A KITCn v iiiKi|I .I'll Nr I n V\
? WMIM I tu in- win. I i. Ill III . i
| juliuiit: tnu ii? fur I hi* U-?t h-IIiiii! hnii * ..1
| iinti li> In ihi- unrlil 'I. l?>|i |imilt* Wilt- u
tin-* in N. V Mauut.il iiirhiK i . j t liiiinii i'l.nv
J Nl-tt Yiifli. llll.li*
tl.KMS, KKIII IIIIS.
Wi \i if11miv \fcnt> *fWhrf nfflO) prr nioiiM
I mill i\|in? i or iUhi? .I torn* MinMuit k
. | M'll lilir III'M Hil l tiuiul Il.lt IliMlilinl \Y|
rl Uli Mil ii lllll it I .11 Villi 11 itllillll ill I IV
HIIKKMl.N' A to Mitnl.iill, MM.unit.
DIPHTHERIA!!
I JmUhiS .- As.U't \i I i m u t s r W |1 i
mtvvut this trrrUih dUrMp. unit trill |Noliivi*lj
!' rnrp lltllf IIIMK III t.-il Illf.Miiiliiiu tliHl Hill
VIM- IIUIII) III! - *1 ill Irn- lit III.Ill IniIi I ill I,IV
i inwm> ut l iomU ii U U lit i IIihii rtir> -kil l
c\.-r\wIn n*. I. 8. JOIIN-uV .V t o.,
<In-.il* liiiii mir M ut ltd.
| A GREAT OFFER FOR
HOLIDAYS!!
W ? u 111 ilittin* tin* HnllhtY- .It ;*ii4' nl H*
i I'll Si." ,1 IMtl.tk>. HI kilHtul.lllS'AKt l.nU
" I |iltiv? fi-l i'amli M'l.KMiili I'll. is. i .. -. t .1]
f rv. I? Nit, l K'l> vi ilit Hull IliU*" Hii'l I'j-iii-Ii r *Nt
1 I ' N-t? > '. I n t >k' ! m J".'i T (V Tumi n'l Iii -t
wood Ft an llll i I tin |i?t * mm U i
I ?ii irtiN Ai-I.MrV\ iNli.ii. Itiiutfiil.il' ii.i
" i. <1.. ? v| i* 1.1| Mti-ii ?t lui I ut i." It' * I. v i I
r WALTKRj" A WISH Mii.,fn hu-1 Is*!-m MR
' I Mill Nl . V Y. iliT.iU
to LAME BACK.
t" weak back.
Benson's Capcine Porous Piaster.
L I Tin- artlt I I* ..in * blrh ' "ally ? - \
ir? i lln?r\ Wvrtl III r..n* llum n ii.i . , ;
I -i iuu l:. .1 III. II IomUU . >1
it.nl ilit* at. .11 i? (iili It I* Ur : . tt,.
nlsv.M | .r | I <*i. ' nt lb- i
trim I a| | linn, i ni l t all < vu ri r< i' ?t I
i iit.itlt'lrf It .. iilait.t iiiUri i> in .> .
I U till h llli** it l?. n i ' \ lint. 1 "tr.
I rn anil rriTr a mln r ) !#?t* ? i. n t
J .i :. i. 1>1 jiii - mi tt . ..*
.1,, I t.l. lu-a-i-l Kill ? l.u;*4 ? .'! li. -.
lit!i li Rhi n.uat *!.. N n .-l.-t i
1 ii.iil<* \ Wt?rtlt>Ti- an.I all l.<il ii< L - ai.<t
(ailii* it i* tlmi.lv tin la?l niuinlj i t. ?:n
ml "".III l.> a.J ill .litnitlv 1'rti f J.I ilfllt
I -
DR 8. H. P. LEE S
'I LITH ONTRIPTIC
(im:* STOXK AMI
MR A V K L. II
8ToSi>s Piuim IHrA
?*Oir, EMlAIHtKMUST
OP TIIL I'MO**
MAjyC TttATi: liUNO, and
la Mr*.
,"T' Hliit.llT -* |lt**l thl.
1 T?ttn a tan l m wii.t
STONE AND GRAVEL
. la Um KMmiii Ut rr uxl II* J<lr r. 1i.*m
1 f r UwfratUmaftrfatatbopaMic a??njrrf, **
moat dlatrmliMiiA?y ifcdioat ^ lur ?
t*ta to Uapol of tba 8 H P. LE? COM PAS 1. N*
?C G.mtoti Vl*f Nrw Yortt city. Mold by dni.-jr.ti.
akl by K. b. Pali RAM ITu/faltaari:*, VirJLa.
27,1878.
HOLIDAY OOOD8--QKO.
Holiday Goods,
Holiday
GEORGE R. TA
i:xiiimrr a i^.
ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY
f>a dcmi i v crirPTrn WITH 3PFPIAI Rl
NOVELTIES CH
AT
U JSriISU,A.LLY J
THEY HAVE JUST OPENED
Rich Laco Pompadours,
Crepe DeChine Jabots,
Crepe DeChino Shawls for
Point Gazn
|
Real Point Gase a
I
By tho,vard: Bows. Scarfs. Fichus; Celluloid Goods in
i | and Rusian I
> .
! Velvet and Margurite Sal
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF GENTLE
SILK AND LINE
r I
! Twilled Silk Umbrellas with Ivory Hai
i Twilled Silk
: j LOWEST POSS]
Thoir stock of HOLIDAY GOODS tiding Unusually La
low that their cheapness
i
'Bargains in ever
f
Black Silks at a Great Reduction, Colored Silks Mark
Dress Goods of overy description at prices that can't
In Variety. Quality and Prices they ofer the Greatesl
I
REDUCTION IN PRICES
i
AND SHAWLS; TABLE LINEN. NAPKINS, TOWELS.
HOUSEKEEPING AND
>At Lower Prices than ever known in this mark
GEO. PL TAT
'Wli
R. TAYOLRACQ.
Goods,
Holiday Goods.
YLOR & CO.
A.1UJ 10 A > I >
OF HOLIDAY GOODS!
EFERENCE TO THE HOLIDAY TRADE
OICE & RARE
LOW PRICES.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
the Neck,
Medallions, Point Gaze Jabots,
Duchess Medallions, Duchess Jabots.
Lace and Cashmere Ribbon Jabot*
jxd Breton Laces
Satin Lined Cases. Portemoniesin real Calf.Turke)
Leather;
tchels, Japanese Boxes.
MEN S. LADIES' AND MISSES
:n handkts
idles,
Umbrellas with Celluloid Handles.
IBTiTl PRICES.
rge. they offer everything in that line at prices so
ujIII ha aunarttnt tn all
f* III MW UfljlHI vni ?v Mil
7 Department!
ed Down.
fail to encourage purchases,
t Inducements in the city.
OF CLOAKS, DOLMANS
COUNTERPANES. BLANKETS and all kiadi o'
DOMESTIC GOODS
t in order to reduce their Immenee Stock
XGR A CO.

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