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>\;>av morkixg, DECKMUKii ?). iiso
PKI3 LAW OF NEWSWAPEUS.7j
Subscribers who do not jrive express notice to the con- j
fy, arc considered as wishing to continue their sub*crlp- ;
r?I. subscribers order the dii<continuaHcc of their per]- '
pair, the publisher ir i.r continue to send them until all ar- 1
jr.iges are paid.
f--,f ??^r*??r? nejtloct or refuse to take their perio !i- '
| from the offices to which tl?ey sire directed, thev are held
NmslMe till they have settled the bill ami ordered thein '
i>i. tinned.
-If tubjterllier* remove to other places without inform- '
?he put ilihe|>, and the papers are setfc. to tfie former di- *
Hon. I.'iey are held responsible.
?The Court>have decided that refusing to take period'- !
grout tile-office, or reatorin? and leaving Jlieui uncoiled l
mprt/tifi fitrUtevi lemrc of intentional fraud.
Ti GO It 11ESPO X UENTS.
TTKKS concerning subscription, aiiverti<in-r or other 11 ;
iai !iudin?-si of the UAQigcoccr, should be addressed to
u roprietors.
kit1 : * concerning the editorial '<fe]Mrtmcut of the paper.'
em " 3e<1 to Wie Editors, jointly, or to cither due J
rrr?j>cndent? writing for publ.'catlon, will idease write I
or; one side of tfie p.-tfw-r. ?
j ol:servui.ee .?f tlu- above rule* will great! v ofcllse u- :
secure more prompt attention to correspondents than
tiirzSit otherwise receiver
'' <> TUK Pl'iii.io.
(have th!s day sold to Me?axs. Campbell k McDcrmot
itire Intelligencer td&ce. We return our sincere thanks
r patrons for tl.e many act? of kindness w* have re- j
ji at Uieir lurtds htk! Cordially cainiiiead our successor* '
jJr notice. We doubt not th'-y will ever??? found prompt '
tttfi.tii'- to every department of business, and will j
grry efTort to deserve tl.e patronage of the community, i
founts will run to the 13th Instnnt, ami He hope our !
pill ai l us in speedily closing up our out-standing ]
???of the Crra will be fettled by either of the J
Jicatty will be found at the office for that
11 CATTY k CO.
Selinjr, Oct. 8th, 1556.
= GAS,
p'iil soino body teli us what is the
Scrwitli tho'gns fixtures? AVe were scri
Y annoyed from its eccentricities several
B* last week.
|t are indebted to Hon. Win. II. Seward, U.
-nator, for valuable public documents.
|e decline publishing the communication of!
Subscriber," which we ^estonlay received
r=?' l',u lK,-"'t Olllce, in the shape it is writ
Rinless we have a responsible name to hear
Jcsponsibility.
KiiiiiT will be performed, in addition to the
jicle of Aladdin, the exciting play of "I'ho
tr s liiluni, or the Conscripts, of 1812."
Bs one of the most attractive bills of the
brt:sT IIi.'h smi.?Dartmouth Cillcgo has
py refused to accept a donation of lands
tilled it in the \\ est, bccau.se acceptance
J dupiivc a poor widow of the property,
frcuM otherwise receive it. This is a very
|eniiable procedure, and does honor to the
litiuii.
oxEiis Isqubst.?A man named Richard
fe. ie.?i,li:ig in Ka.st Wheeling, was found
pljo.it 11 o'clock on l'aid.iy night. It ap
Eth.il, whilo under the iullntiuce of liquor,
iniu the tire, by whicii he was burned to |
. An inqtteit was held on the body, and j
Diet in accordance' With' the above facts was
Seil.
lit: Cot'srcnrriTs.?On Monday three men
fheld to boil in l'hiladelphia lor a further
SlO.UOO caeu, on the eli-trge of ma
pid passing C)>iinteifeit notes and spurious
. A descent was made upon them at the
E wneie t!u ir operations were being con
|d. I he counterfeits were on the Warren
|ty Itank and the liauk of Danville, in tiii?
i. Soma of the bogus coin was recovered
|two different places in this city.
fu Boston llec says that on Saturday last
i ,vt.r? entered <o recover $1,000 dniiiages
ft the manager of the Howard Atha;neum foi
ling two negroes the- previous evening. It
Ic intention ol the complainant to test tliu
Ttion of color in its relation to places of pub
Inuseinent, and particularly concerning those
fc minima. W e think the action of these ue
fra very pioperone, for it is certainly stiango
^people whotuish tj force tlic "o.isused
I into cquii!i?y uiih others, should attempt
it among themselves.
?j;iN<5 :i sjriall Christmas run ill llie country
jsre soitv tu learn botli by our own obser
1) am! Cue general talk ?f farmers, that (lie
t crop presents so unfavorablu an appear
The continuci dry weather for so long a
after sowing, Bectnstohave .hvarfed all Use
anil life of the kernel. In sbmu parts of
eiglibqring comities serious fears are enter
d that an irreparable injury has been in
1. llardlv a rj car of wheat is to be seen
me tkhls that were unusiinlly, caiet'ully
. We trust, however, that this may turn
case in which all signs arc said to laii in
weather. - -;
K went into Mrs. IC<^? tint's store, ^Washing*
llall, or. Saturday last, and were much
?d to sec that, notwithstanding her large
on Christmas day, she still presents a splen
ock, and seems determined nothing shall
anting to please thp little ones during.U:e
inder of the holidays. As wo have men
.1 it, of course every body will go, but don't
any little girls with yost, unless your ptirse
11 supplied, for you won't be able to resist
temptation to buy a diosscd doll.?
ier ones, animate or inanimate, we have
seen. As regards candies, ^oufectiqnqry,
??r reputation heretofore is the best gua
of their excellence, and will need ::o eu
f ours.
arc always glad to chronicle any item that
. way indicates the increasing intelligence
nsequent prosperity of the Pan Handle.
?, therefore, decidedly pleased with the
sition to run a daily mail from Wellsburg,
gli llethany, to West Alexander. This
ng been a desideratum -with the people
the proposed route, and the thickly set
tate of the county fully justifies the peo
the idea that il will pay.
ween Uctlianv tuul Wellsburg ? there is no
'ce, nor is there one between Bethany
est Alexander. Oar. farmers have not, as
?il thing, time to go for miles to a post
lore than once a week, and, therefore, are
nconvenienced about the business-letters,
thany a largo amount of mail matter is
way and received,?too tuuclt.for a tri
y mail, as it is, oh horseback^ du
he winter. It is proposed, on this route*
blisha post office at Jones' Mills, between
ny and \\ est Alexander, and we think it
e about the right point. Wo have not
that the place foran office has been agreed
between \V ellsburg and Ilethany, but pre
thatit will be ill the vicinity of \Vaugh's
^ o hope that, by all means, the depart'
will grant the petition so numerously
, which was sent on a few days ago.
Advx?TA0B3 of 1'a yin<; ion a XuwaPArr.u in'
Advance.?A Rnstnn paper sa; s one of the facts
put in evidence at the trial in the Supreme Court
to sustain the will of the late Win. UuFsell, was
that only a few days before he made the wi1; he
oilled at the oilice of the Democrat ar.d p; id for
his paper a year in advance, thereby saving fifty
cents. 'J lie (ict was dwelt upon at length by
the counsel, and co lamented upon at lentil by.
the Judge as oncof great importance.' The ver
dict of the jury would seem to sustain the pro
position that a man who has mind enough topay
Ibr his newspaper.in advauw, is competent to
inake'a will.
VinnisiA Ii'.on M.\\i'FAoroi:v.?Ser'eral gen
lleinei) from Pcnnsylviir.;a, within the past fevy
dayHj were in the counties of Ruhr and Alleghe
ny, locating soiuo lands oil which th?y design
establishing' a.lnrge iroii'Timliuractoiy, for the
use of the Central Hnilroad ami other purposes; ?
A liberal i barter was granted ,lhpul at the last
session of the legislature, and wc understand it
is their intention, shortly, to open boclis of sub
scription for stock in said company. It is tlioir
intention, too, to ercct all their work shops i.i
this place. The scheme seems to us to be a
practical one, and may be made profitable. In
formation, us to the plans of the Company, may
be obtained from A. 1). Trotter, Ksq.?Stan.
Vindicator.
Bvirov is said to liave remarked that "the
greatest trial to a woman's beauty is llie uu- -
graceful act of eating eg;rs." Some Yankee re
marks that the poet could never have seen a
lady hanging on by the teeth to a blazing hot
corn cob."
CUUliCiilSS OK WMliELINO.
Far the tnf<irinaUon of ttranjtcn visiting the city, we pnh
llrtt the following tut of the different Cliurclie3, and their
time and place of meeting.- If tlicre are any mistake*, we
will make the necessary correction Willi pleasure:
St. E;>i*cop<iti<in, Corner Monroe ami IJvron
streets. Rev. E..T. Pfcnxixs, Rector; morning Service*
o'clock, evening* 7.
St. Episcopalian, Main street, between First and
Second, Centre Wheeling, Rev. G. K. Waiixkh, Pastor;"
morning services o'clock, evening,
Fir-t Pr^al'pleH/t/I, Ri:V. It. II. VVkco, Pastor, Fourth st.,
between Monroe and Quincy;- services morning and after
noon.
Second Presbyterian, Webster street, between Main and
Market, Centre Wheeling; services morning and evening.
Third J'rMrt/terian, Fifth' street, between Chestnut and
Talbert it.*., South Wheeling, Rev. E. Woons, Pastor, servi
ces morning and evening.
fourth i'rcri'i/terian, Rev. A. Pacli., Pastor, Main street,
between Washington and Adams fits.; service* morning and
evening.
Fourth Street Jlethodift F//i#cojmft Rev. F. Moohe, Pas
tor, Fourth street, betweeu Moarce ami Quincy; services
morning and evening.
Horth Strcft Method M EpUropail, Rev. B. I*ox, Pastor
corner Market at.-d North its., Koith Wheeling; services
mornin. and evening.
street &!(.thodi*t Jfphcoptil, Rev. S. R. I)aw
sox, Pastor, ChapHne street, between First and Second,
Centre Wheeling; services morning and evening.
South IVheelin-j M. A*. il/iurch, Rev.. C. D. Battxllt,
Pastor; services morning and evening.
\VJn>fling Jtland Chapel, on Wheeling Island, Rev. F.
Mookk, Pastor.
German, MethodM FjifsAopiili Rev,' C. ITelvng, Pastor,
Chipllne' street, between Webster and Third, Centre Wheel
ing.
St. Jaiu en Cathcd-al, Roman Catholic, Rt. Rev. Bi&iiup
R. V. WjiUl.vx, Fifth street, corner of ilaiupduu; services
morning and afternoon.
Associate /(ttfurmed, Rev. J. T. McCluke, Pastor, corner
of Market and Jefferson sis.; services moruiug and after
noon.
JiapfUt, , Clay street, between. Fifth and
Sixth streets; services morning and evening.
Disciple'*, Market street, between Webster and Third.
Centre Wheeling; services K jftf in the morning, ami 7J*
evening^ .
Ernnfjillcal I'roUbtunt, Rev. J. Hklff.r, Pastor, Clay
Btrcetf above Sixth. East Wheeling.
Ziait KC'tuu elicit I Luther tan, Rev. F. Zijimnervax,
Pastor, Market street, between Webster nul Third; Centre
WheVli ?jr; servlc sinornirig and evening. ?
' JeicUh Synagogue, Quincy street, between M irket and
Main. *
G' rr,mn J'rotx*tant, Union Hall, Main street, between
I Monroe and Qu!ncy; services morning.
<.,^>0 :
rfT Fewj Franltliu nnil P10I. I?c f>ralh.
Franklin ?-r..us!?t electricity from the heavens to tite eartii.,
Prof. Ue (Srath applied that electricity to relieve diseased
mortal*. Prof. I)o (truth's l*Lurru?c On. doe" not cure every
thing,*bnt, xfertainly cures Kfiemnail-on and Nenralzia In a
day or t???; cures Croup, Cramp. p.tiiiM in Oie in |un
minute^;'curei Burns, Sprains, Wounds; from one -to-thre'd
?lays; Earache, !>e ?fne'.?. Sore Brerst, In two days;
eurejT*PJl?s; ^nelleti UJands. S'ilT Xiek, front one to three
?lays"; rnre-t Eryslptdns. Scrofula, Pimple#, from two to ten
days; cures Patsy, U?ut, Palpitation, Cholera, Corns, in n
few days.
For sale by T. *1. LOUAN & CO., Bridge Corner.
AtlO. by LACGIU.INS' k BUSIIKIF.U),
ttovl.'l Mnnrof Street.
I'ltAN^l^HrrATIUjN.
Winter Schedule.
TbaxsportAtiox Orncv If. A 0. II. It.}
W'ttrUu'j Stiltibrt% Nov. 29th, 1S56. f
ON and after Monday 1st of December: the Passenger
| Trains will leave this station dally at tl:6f? A. M. axfd 4:20
j P. M. Wheeling time.
j The Mai! Train daily (except Sundays) at f?:S5, A. M..
I Will rtcclve nud discharge passengers at ell the principal
fetation*.
! The Exprws Train dally nt 4:20 P. M., will receive and
? ilmlitOrt pa*scnjrers at the* following stations only: Ren
j wood, Sloiindiv^iile, Cameron, Kurtou, Fairmont, Fetter
! man, Grafton, Newburg; Rowlesburg, Piedmont,Cumberland,
I r?ir John's Ruo, Martiusburg, Harper's Ferry, Moaocacy,
: SykO*VRIeand Washington Junction.
; Tlie Trains will arrive as follows: The Mail Train at 4:10
AC M. daily; the Express at 1:fw? P. Xf. daily. The Accomtno
! datlon Train from Wheeling to Cumberland will be ditcon
, tinned. Ily order of
W. ?. WOODSIDB, Superintendent.
J.B. FORH^AgcnU
R-kMRB'IlDJL,0 RAILROAD,
i >viu:kliso sjpatios, oit.* sao,. teso.f
ON na! after. Saturday, October 29th, and until mrtht-r
notice, there will be one dully train leave this Station
I for Claysvillc and all Intermediate station:-,
I M.ill tr-i!n........ .. at S A.M.'
KCTI-ISNlMUcatv Clays ville,
Mail train...... at 4 P. M.
j Ttte train vftll connect" with CoaeKes at Clay sviUtt for
| Washington, Cannonsburg and Pittsburgh.
'Through tickets can be had at the Stage Office under the
; McLvre House, or the depot at Forsyth1* Warehouse.
| ocl27 U. II. PERSE!,, Ajrent.
, V OWJCE It. <SL ?Tll. U..):o'.Tr
Wkkkuvc. Nov. 14, ISM. f
V CHANGE of the tariff rate of the Ra^timofc and Ohio
Itail Road Company, from summer to winter ?ites, w il
; takat place on and after the 15(lt of November, Inst.
; j. d. ford,
j . novttttf ? ? ? Agent:
OPFICK TRANSPORTATION MKMP?fEfjDTif.lL
WnkKiJxo, Sept. 27,1650. f
I '"l^IIR atwyc ror*d Is now open-and ready to transfer freight
1 ami pnsvrugur* from Win cling to Claysville and all in
. termedinte ?*ttttfOtii, * ? ' ,
Frefrfhl-fecciple*! Ojrotifeli to Washington. Depot, Forsyth's
Warehouse. U. 11. PC1RSKL,
I Jai' I X\SJ S3 Agent,
j sp2f j Wbwllnit,
Central Ohio Railroad.
i TTNTIL further notice. passengers for the 3'Srt train from
i vJ r.ella!r,' will leave the depot of the IK A O. Railroad In
i Wlwtlfoy at 8 o'clock; and pa??engerw for the U?.26 train
' from Rellair, will le&ve the same plnci-at-9.10 o'clock, Wheel
itijfiiuie., THATCHER FKIt KINS,
* - ?, UipVnnte&uent.
W. Taaav, General rassenrer Agent.
Jul.t 22d, 1>50. =' ' - '
TO PRI^TKRH.
We are.prepared to furnish Printers with Wade's superior
? News, Rook and ^Tob Inks. We have how on hand?
l*?w* Ink, handpress. I Ilark Itliie.
New* Ink, power pre&s. I i.iglit tiiTi<n.
Rook Ink. I l>nrk Rmn.
Fine lltnck. Irllnw.
Kxlra Faue do. | While.
Itnl ink. ; Colli ??ize.
Extra I'liir ?lo. J Vnrui?b.
bight It I a?. j A c. Ac. Ac.
| All Ink as old by us warranted tobe$ood;.and'tr found no
! to lie so, can be returned at out'expense.
j CSf Terms cash. <
Sul7 OAMPRKLT, A McPBRMtvP.
for Kent. .
I rpUE Stvre Ri>oik no# imcupiod V R. H.Watson, sittf ted
. J. on the: South-We?*{>?ri*er of Market ?nd Monroe
streets. 1'u. ^^loii given ou the lirstjof April-next. Ap
ply to FttANCXa A. ARMSTRONG.
AYheelinn, Pec. 2d. l^VO?OeeS . -.... ,
' lit RltLS. Old Dourbon Whisky, at auction or private sale,
| tU on a credit of ninety days,
j J*< _ _ OKO. K. VnCKHAM.
J. T. SCOTT,
No. 157, Main street, Wheelirg, Va.
Wnolesale and Hetail
DBALBK IN
Wairhn. MocUn. Jewelry FnnrtA Tnrletj
tieoiN, M aid* A Clock 31nlrrint?.
TesU Ac . Ac.
HAYING lately added very larpOj- to my stock, both In
the Whole talc and Retail departments, cnabk-s me to
oflerto
Watchmakers, Merchants, Pedlers.
and the .public generally. A very complete assorting.t, at
the lowest prices, i } t ' >' ^ , ; ? "
ujvII J^T^^CQtt^
p) DOS. Cox's Sparkling tiiiatiur, lor Jellies, Bl4m
1 w Monge, Ac. Ac., for sale low by
deel? LACGHUN9 A RUSUFII.LP.
cqmmer(1TaT?
Litest from Rio i>n Jaswbo?Wc are Indebted" to aa" *3
teemert commercial friend, says the BalUpiorc Patriot of
Friday, for the circular of M<r**r*; Maxweii; Wright & Co., [
dated Rio de Janeiro, l2ih X?jvm from which we extract the ?
following:
"Coffer.?From the jMteof our la*t circular advices to the '
close or the month, the market < ontinued active -at former ??
rates.- Ou the" 2d btst. the Englb-hpacket, With unfavorable '
advices frojn the European market*, arrive!, and since tilCn>
Irns activity has prevailed, though daily sales to a limited
extent continue to he marie without any quotable change in
prices. We quote round lota 4!830?3]70t>; good firsts and
superiors 4J7(&?&4|SftOl at which rate* the sales since our ?
l?st have been made.
BHiunsTurrs.?Receipt* have been b*?ls flour from
the Doited St".te?>. S ?l?*i? have be^n iWi7S bbls New Orleans
and coniitry brandy ?t 2*$500; 10.W bbl< Richmond City Mills
at 2-SJT0 ?; 2 ir?nbb|K Columbia at2* : 1701 bbls Uaitlmorc at
221; J?T2 b'ds country broods and Baltimore at 2t?|5?M>, .and
1& J7 bUs R*lth??t>r*.Yi?r V. Doloroso, have-been sen* on to
the river P|tte, without...breaking bulk. Our stock in all:
handj in >y be estimated sit <43,000 bhls?of which.2,7^52 <|bb!s
remain in first, composed of 1 bhls Richmond CUv Mill?,
0>t?blil4 0. Dan*e,2dt bbl< Maxwell. $.100 bids Fredericks- ;
bur<, 11 S$6 bbls Baltimore, a id 135'? hhls Riseneath. ?
From the date of our httftaflVfoe* to tattjofttaiil, the mar
ket wan firm, the free receipt, of the past feu-days have de'- f
pressed t|?e market, an ?the n m-arrlvalof the Camilla, from j
:Rlvrr P!ate. has caused a susiwosiou of operation. Tlie '?
ctmm'of the market n-ill-beio^a rrcat mcaiarc determined {
by the tmture of the advices we may receive frc.m ti?e River i
Piate. Any quotation of the market must he noratn il, and j
we quote l*y last kales:. Richmond City Mill* 3.?|ftUt'<3tfMf3li*{ '
Country approved second brands 22}.^528|->lKH Baltimore 205- ;
5.M tfD29J ?;K\ I
Fr.m Mostkvioko.?-Our latest advices from Montevideo,
a-*e to the Blst txlr; brought be the. Camilla, just arrived.?
Flour was quoted at $11, netting $!),50 Spanish currency; on
board, for Baltimore brand*.
From Boase* -VvaKS, the dates are also to the "1st u'.t. The
high prjc'/a of last month continued tn rule until recently,
owln:? to further purchase* having been made, on account' of
the speculations thus alluded to. These," however, having
no'-r cean'.'d, ii?:ire unabje to quote Baltimore Cour at' over
P hhl, on hoard. Richmond brands go over $12^12,50
C hbl orj hoard.
. J3Y T]?:LW>KAP11.
IBnltiraore Uurket.
Baltimore, December 27.?Market verv qnU,f'. Fionr and
Wheat unchanged; Corn is [email protected] cents t? bushel better.?
Whisky steady.
Pfew Vorlt llnrknt.
New York, l>ec. 27.?Flour steady; sales 9,000 bids.?
Wheat dull, with declining tendency; sales 17,700 -buslw Is at
$1.7S for white and* $t.9tl for red. Corn firm; titles 12,000
bushels^ Pork, buoyant, and prices have advanced.. 12>/c
V> bbl; safes western mess at $i??. Beef buoyant and utuet
t led. Lard buoy ant; sales la bbls at l2*Zm Whisky steady.
Stocks generally higher.
ODD FELUnVS- DIltKCTOJtY
V iin I sim I?o<lgc Wo. IJ.?Meets every Thursday
evenlng at the llall, forner of Market and Monroe streets.
Jons S. Wright, N. G.; It. 3f. ('<//?*?, Secretary.
FrntiUliu Lod$[C >\o. la.?Meets as above every
Monday evening. Johs Bay ua, N. U. 1C/uijtliiu,
Secretary.
Win. T?II V^oilge No. tlft.?Meets as above eve
ry Wednesday evening. J. G. Hovkuaxx, N. G.; John
&ild<let Secretary.
Wheeling Ijotlge No. HO.?Meets'every Monday
evening at the llall, corner Market and Qaincy streets. II.
ititowx, N. G.; John TJiobumi StfcretaryV
Pauola fiOtlgc No ?Meets as above every
Friday evening; L. I). McL.\ix, N. G.; IF". IF. J2lanchartiy
Secretary.
Abrum's Gucuiuputcut !Vo. I.?Meets at the
Hall, corner Market and Monroe streets the %flvnt and third
Tuesday evenings of each month. II. Utumix, C. P.; S. W.
Pearson^ Scribe.
Wiu. Tell KncnmpRicnt IVo. :i 4.?Meets as
above the second and fourth?'Tuesday evenings of each
month. Wm. Klinklhr, 0. P.; Br,?.. Walnuarbefy Scribe.
MASONIC DIRROTOUY.
Okio Iiod^c IVo iOl.?Meets at Masonic. Hall,
corner Market and Monroe street?, \h*Jlr*t and third Mow
day ev'enlngsof each uiontii. G. W. Sights, W. JI.; Alex
ander /AltIffhliiiy Secretary.
%VhccIiu^ Ijotlge No. 1*28.?Meets as above on
Use first and third Thursday evenings of each month, f. A.
? IIrkxii.inqbr, W. M.; ?S". IF. rcarijoni Secretary.
Wheeling Union t'liapter IV#. 1!>.?Meetsaf
i above on the second'Motidtv evening of each moulh. W. G
Scott, H. P.; S. IF. I'ettr?ont Secretary.
Wheeling liiicampuicut No. 1,?Meets as
above on the J'ourlU Monday uveuing of each month.. W. J
JUTKtf, G: C., A. fJtriHff, Recorder.
yr I'rol. Bio (iriiih ii HUxtric Oil.?Tint
New I'UActicK?Eucciiuc Ccitkit.?Pain is the prVmbnltor of |
death. "-Relieve the pain, and you check the diseiise.
Prof. l>e UraUiV Elcitric Oil i* the marvel of this age, for
the following, (not everything.)
Cures Rheumatism olten In a day. - .
Cures Neuralgia. Toothache, 2 minutes;
Cures Crump jn Stomach, 5 minutes. .
Cures Hums, Bruise.*, Wounds, 1 to 8 days.
Cttft-V Pa'ii.sUt Hack, Breast,' i day. 1
Cures Headache, 15 minutes.
Ciiiea K'traehe, StlrrNVcU, Apue, 1 night. ? '
Cares Piles, Skilled Glands, l*? <tays.
Cures Felons, Broken Breast, Salt Ktieutn,346 days; euros
Qulusy, Palpitation, Pleurii*, I to In dajs; cures Asthma,
Palsy, Gout, Ery<dpclas>,-&t? 8<t dny$; cures Hemorrhage,
^croful'i, A.bsess, 6 to lu days ; cures Frosted Feet and Chil
blains, 1 to;{days.
Ask .Mr. Wduins, of Lynchburg, If Chns. l>e Grath*? Elec
tric Oil did not cure him of Rheumatism and strains re
ceived from a fall.
Ask Kev. Mr. Caldwell if It did not relieve him of a severe
cou?h and pain in the breast In one ni^M.
Ask Mr. Welch, of Buchanan, if it did not cure him of
swelle 1 ?'?i ias in the throat lu fifteen minutes, when the
Doctot j j.nd lie would die in a short tune.
Ask- hirs. Argyle, If It did not relitve her of'the headache
in fifteen minutes.
Ask Mrs. Blackford, of Lynchburg, If It did hot cure her
of headache In lllteen minutes.
DEAFNE.SSCUBEII.
New Haven, May 10th, IS.>6.
Prof. PeGrath?My-brother hn? been deaf three years.?
After'trylng many things, he used your Oil a few times'.'ami
it V.urtd hi ill (iitiri ly. Cf.fFFMJ? I:.' 'SCttASTON. .
Ask Mr. Serai.ton, who afterward* bought $5li worth to
sell. My Ecr.cnsi$ Oit. removes all pain, at once, Rheum a"
tis.a, Nourulgfa, 4c.
Ailllcted ltf Years and Cured In one Week! Read letter
from Rev. James Temple: .
Pin^A., June flth; 1856.
, Prof. DeGratu:? I have beenaiUicted 18 years .with ^feu
ralj-'Ia atid other paintul eomt'lttluts; and 1 have been unable
to sleep soundly or walk any distance for many years past.
l?:v.st we'tk I *ot a bottle, of your '^Electric Oil J The first
nljcht 1 slept soundly and W4>lt,aud to-day I aui lik" a new man
My wife could not believe her eyes.. Your Electric Oil. ha
dr?ne iu one week what the physicians of Philadelphia failed
to do In 18 years. Gracefully, yours,
iter.' J a mes Tesifle, 310 South st.
This Oil is.mild, pleasant and harmless. Its properties
are all lor good. Children should have It jrivtn them teeth
ipg" and for*Croup. Beware of base imitators, professing to
tuake Kisttrlc OH. lhey know nothing of its manufacturej
their only aim boing to get money I Look out! Beware!?'
The only genuine Is made at tlie old es'abl'shmer.t, 80 South
.^th street, Philadelphia, not removed, as advertised by a
base scamp. Name on the wrapper and blown In the bottle.
Ffcor. C. Pk GRATH,
Pole Inventor and ranker of Electric Oil.lri the world.
Forsale by T.1I. LOG AN & CO. and J,AUG1IMN3 A RL'SU
FIEl.l). octlfi:*
Farms lor bale.
I WISll to sell the Farm I now reside
upon, Nine miles East of the city of Wheel- |gi65(?
lux; op lhe> National Road; and on the
Heinpflehl Railroad, containing 2<}u acres, on which - is p
i!<$a two f-tory.Brick.livuse, convenient outbuildings,?
tenements?a good bearing orchard*,Arc. This farm id well
limbered aiid well wattr^d.
A? SO77I wk?? to sell my farm two miles East of the city
of Wheeling, on the Hempfield Railroad, being a part of the
farm owned by Capi. Johu Wells, containing SO acres?one
half now under cultivation, the residue well timbered ami
contains a vein of six feet of nuper|or coal, of easy access
to Bailroad. I will sell in. one or three lots to suit.?
Terms easy. There are on It a .new .two story frame dwel
ling house and a good well of wntcr. For particulars apply
to me or to Jacob Goodiog, Elm Grove.
SAUL; UcCOY.
Nov 37, lo5G?decS^Zm* ; ? 12. i i?
?^""w . VAui n it ? t ? it', "
Attorney at Law,
TTTILLpractise in the County and Circuit Courts of Tay?
. T f lor, Darbour,'llarrisonatid Marlon.
OFFICE?Pruutytorcn, Taylorco., Vu-. . ? i
"? GSfO UKFEttKSCES.
J. B. Miner. L. L. D., i Uw Profruors,-'
J. P. lloicombe, Esq-, b ' -Cnlvcrslty, Ya.
Judge R. II. Field',Oulfcper.' **?
Wnu Green, Esq./ f*
lli>n. J. F. Strut her, Rappahannock
Hon. Sh'errard Clemens, Wheeling, Ya. - '
Chas. W. KassclI.Esq.
Judge Joseph- H. Fry, V -
nov 15?wlyr ? - - -
FOUNDRY PROPERTY
For Inlcor l.eune, in \Ve*l Columbia, Tn.
rTMIK property is in good work'mg. or^er, hiving Black
Jl smith shop with two tires. Patterns and tools,-togrthei
Vlth n stock of coke. The bulldingsare So fce.i fii lenghth, by
3?> feet lu width, trlth cari>eater shop, and lathe shop with one
lathe, i
The property 1* In the centre of a fine growinRagrtcultnral
and roaiiUfiieturlbir ttotuhmrtci a;Very large coal trade in
active operation. ? < ^
The property;will be leased for a term of years to mechan
ics-of stoady haklrsand good character, and none but sacli
need apply. If any oue should desire to purchase tlie pav
uients Willi be tuade easy,either with or without the stock.
This property has a-chartered privilegc.for mancfacturii.
?lf Should a company purchasing, desire it, tl?
chartered privileges wtil beallowe<ito go witii the .prop^rfy
aplS.8tdtfw ; SARGENT AJlBOTHF-i:. .
A CASD TO THE BUBLIC.
I IIAYE just arrived from the East and am now opening
lathe io*nof
BETHANY
A very large a>si>ruaent of Fall and Winter Goods, com
prising th?i latest styles of * I
plain And fangy goodsv
l am th'^Vful for the1 large patronage that I l ave here
.cfdre enJoVea and It has enabled jae topurchaso myfoods
low and therecy to preset t ladu'enu-nts ?l no ordinary klnp
to-the->aUlftt?v j
We are detetmlred that no one shall leave ferfr Ftore with
out the amplest sausfa:tlon as rejarus both price and qual
ity.' We expecttA^jeja^lwv|^|nsjaoo^^bwlness. and are
Uicreforc assured in warrautuig that w?- wiU sell ocr goods
at the lo*rc*t possible price. All we want ;s a call from tlie
1 ** WE have THE GOODS
And are determined to Sell them ahead of all cOtopeiliioxL
J- E. CURTIS.
Bsfhsny, Oct. fith.?3mw
1 tofc|,?>,C?o?'iy''fo wits ~
to t** curk<ifti* e<m*ty? tj(mrt &*a&t xbrntihi.* . t J
We. J. I?yle, J. Wells and 0. Burns, three freeholder* of
the said county, do hereby certify, that, by -virtue of a
? McCor.I, a justice qi ih* tai,i
county,Ve llave this day, (Aug. 8.i. 1S^,) on our o&ih?
Tl?^?r . t*k?-n up b> J. |?ki?eUerder!
the value ol the
said estrav at ten dollar*; markefl thus; a Btnnli white fret In
the forche.<l, cruaiply Imrn,. rt.I neck, ?!?[, ,kouU,r..
red across the back, white on the rqtnp, kga red and white
supposed to be fifteen years old, a ain*U crop off the left ear.*
J A M ijj 1A 1.^,
Jt?i WELLS,
D. BCltSS.
. A copt?T?"c: j. HcCOLLOCn.
-ASBSH?:-. dcs&:
xii i i ? :\vS
iSECKIV^U BS
MAGNETIC T-ELE GRAPH.
l- uniulN nkwsT
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER EURQPA.
New Vokk, Dec. 27.?The steamship Europsi,
from Liverpool, with daU^to th'o 18th inst-,'ar
rived tliis afternoon.
London money market unchanged but slight
ly easier. Bankers rates unchanged. '1 htr
amount of .bullion in tho bsnk of-England 1ms
increased 75,000 pounds. Consols closed at
03 3-4 a 7-S for money and account
LivEitPopj. Cotton ilxi-KKf, Iftc. 13th.?Sales
of Cotton for the week, 3 t,U0y bales. Prices
stiller, but [J notations unchanged. Fair Oilcans
7 y-8J; middlings il lu-iti; fair uplands Y 1 tid;
middling 6 13-10. Market closed lihn.
. Avcouiits from Mauclicf tcr rcpre.-.eat the mar
ket lirm and aclive. Rrcsdstull's depressed and
dull, with but limited hornu demand. White
wheat declined 2 a 3d. Flour 4d a Is lower.?
Corn generally inactive an:l unchanged, Pro
Xision market unchanged. Lard quiet. Sugar
and rice firm. y
It is rumored that France' is niudiatiug be
tween I'er^ia.aiid England.
"i'lieKiigli.ili troops had arrived in thoPeifiian
gu!f.
'I'lie monthly statement of the Bank of France
shows an increase of o3,U00,000f.
War has been declared by England, at Cal
cutta, against Persia.
The bullion in the Rank of England has in
creased The specie in the Rank of
Eranee Imx increased 85,000,000 francs.
The fall nf Herat has been confirmed. It sur
rendered to the Persians on the 20th of October.
Dispatches from Vienna state that France is
mediating between the belligerents, endeavoring
to persuade Persia to yield to.England.
Prussia closed communication with Switzer
land, and will make ho further propositions.
Latest by teleukaI'H kiiom London.?The
overland India mail arrived at Trieste on the
12tb, with .Bombay dates to 17th Nov. and Cal
cutta to the Stli.
War was proclaimed against Persia (it Calcut
ta on the 1st of Nov. and the last division lleot
fur the Persian Gulf left Bombay on the loth of
Nov.
Five thousand troops arc to occupy Karrack
and Rrischire.
Portsmouth, Dec. 12.?The Arctic exploring
hark Resolute, commander Ilarlstein, arrived at
SpUhead this afternoon.
The London Saturday Times, city article, re
ports a steadiness in funds on Friday until near
tho close, when they report considerable de
pression.
FROM BALTIMORE.
Dire. 27th.?The soutlicm mail brings Mobile
papers of Saturday last; nothing south of that
point has been received.
The livery stable of Thus. Stephens, at Savan
nah, was destroyed by lire on Tuesday last: 40
horses perished.
By the collision on the Virginia Central rail
road, both locomotives lind six cars were des
troyed. One. of the trains was goi'ngat the rate
of 35 miles per hour. Ten white persons and
ten negroes were injured. At the last accounts
only one of the wounded had died.
George Green, residing near Gainesville, Ya.,
was murdered and his body burned by his ne
groes, on Wednesday night.1
Reese's iron furnace, for tho manufacture of
anthracite and charcoal iron,, was destroyed by
firo this morning.. Loss ?10,000. No insurance.
DEATH OF COM. DULAN'V.
Washington, Dec. -27.?Commodore Bladen
Dulany, of the U. S. Navy, died here yesterday
after a lingering illness.
DEATH OF A U. S. SENATOR.
New Ow.eans. Dec. 27.?Robert Nichols, D.
S. Senator from Louisiana, died on Wednesday
Inst.
EZoolc, l'ct-ioilicul, Fitacj' * oodn nud Music
Store.
; rTAVISO purchased the Slock of Hooks and Periodicals
* 1 of Robinson 4 Ilro. I have, connected It with n com
plete assortment of Mutdcal Instruments, Fancy Goods and
Notion*, Stationery Ac.; a complete na*ottment of the cele
brated Jus. W. Vpae PIANOS from 0 to 7 octaves, Wnrrant
)*<i as good lis nny In the world; Mtdcdaons of tin? Garb art
Patent* froju 4 stop Melodeons for Chnrcli use
t.-(|iuil In power to an Orpui; Indian, Uermjtn a*"! Spanish
Guitars, Violins'anil String*. ? A splendid. assortment of
Flutiuas and Aceordeons, Flute?, Files, Banjos, ami every
article of musical unl'se. A complete variety of Frncy.ar
ticles, consisting in paitof Fancy Work Boxes, Baskets and
l!ax*i|Coiiib.-'1llrUNhes, Vase* and Colueue Stands: Portfolios*
Card and Cigar Cast-*, Jet and Steel Goods, Pockct Cutlery
and Scissors. Soaps', Cream and Pi-rfumeries.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS of every description, Enirrav.
'lhjrs Lithographs. Gilt Frame* and Mouldings, and an end
less variety. of Articles, too numerous to particularize.
-Thankful for the past liberal patronage of the Public. 1
sliall endeavor,to jncrit lt-* continuance, l>y selllhj.' a. flood
article at a Ivtc price. PLKASE C \l.L AND KXAMINE.
To Country Murchunts, Teachers and dtuTrade, great
inducements will be offered In Stock and Prices.
t.ov2?l II. F. TOBIN.
W. lit. ISKltltYUII.VH
Cheap Furnishing Ware Rooms,
Furniture,
, ' Gn the inost accoinmodatSng ternfs.
oov15-tf ____ _
LiLOTli CAPS, trtmmed Willi PlnfOi, also\| lain, of every
/.conceivableshape, whlcli tvearu prepared to sell lo?
novSD , S. D. IJAEPKR k SON .
"\T HYSON, Imperial, G. Powder and Oolong Teas, Just
1 ? received and for sale by
deelS EDWARDS * BRO.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, in 2G cvnt ?acX?, ju?t received
and for ealft by
deelH EDWARDS A PRO.
N O. 1 Mackerel just received and for sal? by*
d^-dS EDWARDS & BRO.
TT^ASTKRN Pine Apple*, and Sapsago Cheese, jmt ro
JLU ceived and for sale by.
d*cI8I'. I* x __& ,mo
K AISINS, in half an-I quarter Boxes, just received and
for>4^ by , ^ [dcclt>j _ _JU> WARDS A BRO. ,
O ARD1NES?a prime article?just received and for wile by
O dcclg _ vj EDWARDS A BRO.
RJJ STARC'il, VcrmloeRa, Macuronf and lleckers La
rinds, just received and for sale by
decis Edwards * bro.
C?r
JtVCKWJIEAT FLOUft. " 7 r
1 OO SACKS BuckwUcat Flour, for sale by
1 ThOBURX A UADDEN,
<lecl7, 4" Main Street.
i*l \ UOZ. Oil Grapevine, for sa'e, to the trade, at a low
UU figure at LAUGllLINS k BUSHFIELD'S.
declC . ^ \ I ? -- ?: ?? I
J^AMILY' FKOUR.?XXX Family A"pur, just received and
decKMf J TAM.ANT'i DltLAPLAIS.
ilTiAROESTRR Sill RE and Pepper Sauce, juft received
I T -and-for Bale by ~~
dt-cIJ 9 Vjr vj ;> f; tfg. fc^BRO- ,
Home rovers ! Horse Cover%V ' i
A LAROE assortment of all kinds, for vale Idw by
/V .v SHKPPARD * MORGAN.
nov!7 -131 Main street, corner of ynion.
H?IUSHKRKPRKS A;rTS:VTmV?"'
HOU-SBKEB^RKS ALTLNI'ICS^!*
KESTXTCKY MU5TA1U)?aiuperhir hrtlcte,iiutrec?lred
anil for ?te b/ ..
? ' T. ?- LOr,\M k CO.
fv uu/.. AUUtj ?? Superior utili! foil for-ii- le l.v ~
'J 'I'mtio : lAyuguxa aus uufieui.
Wanted.
I7MVB HUNDRED bu>hels Barley, by
GEO. WILSVON
Whedlng, July lgt^s5C. ^ jul?
ONK HLM'RHD BAUUCMt/^Jfod,
(TOOI* lt^br * 'i - ^
WV-2S ? TnOBURX h. HAPPEN. j
Pifi ' iHnv\,J.>7 ? y 7~~Z< ?,
PIG IIUJX. . >?
10O TOX8 Mt. Savapt Purnace. hoj bla?t, 4
?- ?T ? Munrot Furnace u-: ??
for i*I?lv bOA.VE t C01VG1LI..
_ Corner Alain anii Qaiocjr 8u.
3dnsirr'3iT??k ~floui{. ~
*>T3AMHMS jail r.-ccSved and U'T fair by
? 1 '' l>OAXE t COWfill.t.
corner Main and Qnlncy streetd
??.|iarc# lea- Karr>!> Katra Family, made Irnra
Wl..?eWWt. .. - . - . . nwa .
liX EXPRESS. "T
\v K have Just received 200 pieces of,BIack Velvet Rib
' ' l*dbf la all desirable.*r idth*, for trimmin2.
iiKISKELL k SWRARINGEN.
New Savinfrs Bank Store.
AT THE OLD I'OST ? OFFICE CORXER
B. H. WATSON.
\\r i'OLF? ALE ar.d Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Hals
* * II .iiuetfcJJmbreRas^d Carvet Sacks,at the corner or
Market and Monroe ?ts.,opposite McLure House, WI?eelll?'',
\ a., otTers superior inducements to the trade, and r*>p?ciful
j . ,K4??^.>vUair5. '
|"\RIED BEEP, Plalii ai^d Canvaxacd Hams and Shouldera
_ THOBURN k HADBEN
*ul'n ?
OIL OF GUAFE VINE.-For the ero.th, pre?erraii
and restoration of the hair, for mlebr
_ PCSBEXnCRO * rorwfs.
3?^ Washington Hall I\jrj^=tore
?? - v#*- U 7 ' -J '
Now Ydrjc Advertisements!
. SSKft " FROM
1AI.REUT G. KH!(IARD8(I\^
Advertising iufd Oorr**p^andinjr Office, No. 340. Eroadwar,
4 .1 S*T F?0SitaeIIK PKkSnT ? ~
THE! PI.AV tuY-BOOft? New gtdria for Little Kulfcf.
Ilv FANNY FEItX. IfcluiHhhy Ulujiralt 1 l.y Com it. 10
mo. Ololii, 75 OsbU; Pull Gilt, $1,23- 4!.\ c!ic?r
fnl, brjttxv lltll-; book, -* * tho pap1." r.li alive with
warning or with hum->r."?X. Y. Imtepeiuleut. :"Nr.t ?ur
P^rscJ by any oroductions of her pw?."?Ar 3' TYi'^Wlf..
"A gem of a volaiua 'containing forty-Ave Talcs.or Sto
ries, every one of which will be read wilh delight by the
*oung."?Boston Transcript.
THE NEW YORK ALMANAC AVD WRATIIF.lt ROOK
P??R IS5T; A heat ticket vtilurm, bound m cloth contain
ing lis much mutton.* ah ordlnury dollar and a quarter
Pric?? fliUy ?S cents. "A model of neatns**.''?
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Information, suited to the wants cf i^rsons in all part* ?r i
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"Full of sound, F?n*iblc ra*tter." and "altogether the beat
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63T" Besides ordinary AimaiRic matter tliis work embhiees
an hourly record Of the weather for 1SV?,' with n great va
riety. Of meterrnlotfc.il nintter'generally; alio table* of
American and furdgu weights, measure* and tofti*, ind any
'(jfiotlt)' of T*Mci and'?tnttst!ealinatter ptnvrally.
HARRIET* LEK'S CANTERBURY TALKS. 3 volumes,
cloth. Price $1,73. TJiuse volumes cooim^oc-} ''ilMou'j
Library of Standard Tales," a series In which it 1* pur
posed to include In uniform style, toe very best. ,an?i only
the V?ry he?t tales in the Euelish ;language. The Canter- i
bury Tults* hinj hoc *arp;issyd in Euglish literature.
THE 1IUMOKOUB POETRY OP TUB B*aL!S!I . LAN
QUA OP. By James Partom. pnges, 12 m n. cloth.
Prtce fl^V>. This is pronounced **The most humorous book
iu txiitijWeef tl fcomnlnt nl> ttie wittiest thincs which have
ever b?.en said In veree by ull the poets, from Chancer to
Sax*.
f?Tvlw// <\f Vie ttbote hook* irtW he *?nl by mail, free of
postage, on the rectipt of the retail prire.
MASON BROTHERS,
dee27-1w.d?w 10S and 110 Dunne Street. New York.
J. B. LIPPITSTCOTT &. CO.,
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Orders from the Tra*(e solicited.
J. B I^IPPINcOTr 8c CO.,
No.SdNOKV-U If.OVKTIB STKEET,
deciti-lm-tri-wAw IMtiliulctpiiin.
MONROE HOUSE.
[OVPOSITK THt: PUSPBNSIOK HIUDGE.l
WllKiSI.INO. VA.
WM. BARRETT, Proprietor.
THlS.well known Hotel luv* been ne*ly renovated, and j
now furnisl es the beat of accommodations to traveler; j
anil boarder*
AT MODERATE RATES.
It la located i mr the centre of the city, opposite the Sus- '
petition Bridge and only a few squares from the Railroad j
Depots and Steumboat l.andiug.
EXCELLENT STARLING
Is attached tot ie House. Travelers and hoarders may rest
assured thai j.o. pains will bu spared to add to their coin
fort. ' . ?anfr'-tfdnw
__________
Hat and Cap Manufactory*
m. a va:?i v ,
manufacturer op hats and CA1?8,
TXAS onnaud and l* manufacturingand receiving a large
I A and general assortment of lints ami Tit; ? comprising
all the varieties of color and shape of Hats and Clips now
:n use, o: the latest fashTon aijd manufactured-fronrthe lln
eft material atid the best workmanship, hR of which will be
sold Wholesale and" Retail at the lowest pobSlble price.
Front my experience lu the business, and having always
used luy beat endeavors to pjea>e and furnish the publiriwith
a good, fashionable; and serviceable hat, I feel confident
with my present facilities, and a large stock on hand, that 1
am able to supply my patrons with an article superior to
any heretofore, offered.
1 respectfully request a call from those In want of flat*
and Caps, before purchasingeNcwhere.
S. AVERY, No 14rt Main st.
spfi Wheeling, Vft.
Mats and Gaps.
s. AVERY.
IS dally receiving and opening large additions to his Fa
stock of Hats and Caps, comprising one of the most gt
eral assortments that has ever been offered to the public
cull and see.
Nos.146 and US, Main street, Wheeling, Va.
sp'ilduw 8. AVERY
ALSO.
FANCY HATS ANU CAPS F<>11 CHILDREN
ANI) YOUTH.
A LARGE assortment of children and youth's lfats and
/jl Caps, selected by myself front the most fashionable
llut and Cap manufactories ot New York, tu the greutest
variety.
f-3T"Cull and see.
?. AVERY, No*. MCA 14$ Main it
-jpfl ? : Wheeling. Va. j
Shipping Purs Wanted.
THE ldghest price In cash will he pnld for '
[20,tHK) Coon Skins,
U?,00i) Red Fox "
. 2:>,o00 Grey Fox , "
20,0W Mink ??
!M,tWlMuskrat, ?*.
10,000 Wild Cut 41
ll',000 Oppoisom M
V F. AVERY,
decl3-daw ;i . 146 Main St. Wheeling, Va._
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
Dl( D. K'AltKIN^OM,
KK^miSNT DENTIST,
Oifi - e 205 Main S reet,
NEAR THE SUSPENSION BRIDGE. ?
MANUFACTURES Teeth for each particular
case,'full sets of Teetb, or any parts of set*
made with cum*, the gUms itinoe^hi blocks or
? ?-? In one continuous solid pWce, with all the
beauty or nature. Price low, and all work warranted.
nov25:ltn*
\\\ r. cwkeseT
40
ROXES Western Reserve Cheese, for sale by
THOlrtJRN A HARDEN,
MERCHANTS it MECHANIC'S BANK, fu
WngELUto, 9 Hi Dec.i "C
The annual election for Direr-tuMUr this Ban* will be held
at the Ranking House in Wheeling, on Monday ^i'e 12th day ;
of January, 1?J>7,
At the same time and place, there will be a' general meet*"
ing of Stoekholders, fofrthe purpose of determining Whether
they will approve and accept (he provisions' of the act of
the General Assembly, pftSS^d March '11th, 1SWJ, entitled:
"A/i Act fo extend the charter qf the Merchants aud Mc
chat.ici Btfnknf Wheeling?'
By order of the Board ot Directors, S. BRADY,
dec 10-gwd , Ca*h'r.
Good News for Ladies.
\..VY Larfjr *l?) will hcradilrcis to Mr*. F.. Ckiom,
Baltimore City Md.,with 2 Postage stamps, wRl receive
by return mi?i, something of Importance to Ittr.
'MVjnayu know thyteU-T dec17-2wd
New fc urs.
JiUST RECEIVED?1 ca3s fine Martin A Fitch Muffatees,
and for sale In set; or single, by
J??8 , BT0XK A TIIOMAg.
Black Plutnra t Kurbenl
OK POZ. Racbea; a few dox ot iiirlv Blacfc Feathers: wide
?*0 Black Lace; Rusle Trimming, Blk Neit; Beautiful fine
French Flowers, wholesale and retail, just received at.
declS bTOXE ft THOMAS*
IScnittirnl Dt c-s >hau U
TTJ2 Ixay^a few *:Stuarty b"ieUaSbar.ls',w?th Rich Flush
?? t Borders, tlie latest style?*rry jrich- a*.d u?^lral>le lor
Lad lea Bress Shawls. AJso, a fear finfc Broche Shawls.
dfji8 " STUNK A TtlO^lAS.
RIO, Java and Aluclm Ooflee;in store #n?tv*i? sale by
W. A- tl) .VAIU?^ fc BRO.,
. dec'-8/ - . ? Cor. Market Aa* Qnlqcyta.;m>eeli^g, \*3 *
A FULL. supply of Vr. Jayne's"celebrated Me^licinps for
il sale by LAUG11L1NS A BL'SHFIELD.
d*-cld
IivRO. Avet's Uucrry Pectoral uiro, Ayer'& Pbht ?or s ie
J'7 rtetrlg] LAUOULlNa k BL-SJIFIEP.
x. OUO. Railway's Ready Relief for sale by
?> decIC LAUOHHNS A BUSH FIELD.
a UKO. Hoonana's Oernnin^ftfe?ii,fdrsalelowt>v ? -
declg UAUOMLINSA BUSHFIFXPL.
'X? GRO. Bcerhave's llcll^d ?}Utrr?, for sale low try
0 dec 16 UtfttMLUB A BUSHMELD.
WOOD'S Hair .Restcrative,for sale fyy.--rrr"i ?
declG LAU.inLlNri A BCSHF1ELP.
MLlsH GAi'b,ot' trvery'-rirtety*>t styhr, col ?r j.ndshapes
L SIlkTlush Caps; froui TS cts to $-?, for sale by
covi9 S S. I). HARPER k SON.
l^XTKA UULLEB Ruckwhcat noor/
JE> Eastern - C ran berries, ?
White Bean*, for sale by
pQTgl ' . THOBURS A HAPPEN.
|3i> L5S.Si?dj?r Stterted <jwOJU?, m ?wrc and fo
1 salefay
j A. C. GOOD A CO.
WVVMHEIC PICKLES. .
X BBLS fro^i Rilucacre, lac aaie by
0 sedft GEO. WILSON.
1 t i ill BBLS. Copperas*, very dry, ftr sulc low by
! I1 'I f derl# LAOGUUNS A BUSHFXELD
New York Advertisements.
PRbSl
ALB!v?TCj. K!4;iIA XI?*(>**?*
Advertising and Corresponding.'Office," No. 3$J Broadway
V New Vote. ?
?:L lV K Piii H"ri
I-TJ3W MONTHLY MAGAZINE
FOR JANUARY.
CONTENTS.
THE ANIM\L DF.i tARATION OF IMvF-i'ENDF.NCE.
BiliiHtraSn?I by *-lxtccii, Cu^t'iiritt^N.
SCKAF3 FROM AN ARTIST'S NOTE MjOX.? Ax Eabtu
QC-IKK r* IfOXM ttAH.
Illtmiriilcd by Nine ISu^rnrin^.
TO MEDINA AM) MKfHT'A. He ix AuviticiN.
IlinKtritml by Klshtwii Btuxft-uviux*.
WHAT F A NT A CUA?;S IMtOUOIIT MR.
THE TENANT OF THE OLD DROWN HOUSE.
A It E WK A HAPPY PEOPLE?
I A LOW MAftTUAUE.'' Ry the Authoress of* Jnux Halifax."
i AX lNrlOKKT IN' THE Ml'E OK A STATESMAN.
[STARLIGHT ON DET11LEHEM.
MY OWN FUNERAL.
THE NHWT RKFORE THE WEDDING.
LITTLE DOR kit. Ry Chahlks Dickkhu.
ItxeaTRATioxs*.?Mr; Flint winch receives the embrace
of Friendship.?Rigor of Sir. F/a Aunt,
CUimu XI.IV. The Dauruitur Mr?. l'rtjcan U remind
i ed that 4,lt never does."
Cuvitek XLV A'Glimpse of Tattycorairi.
Cn.\rrEU XLVI. Mr. Flintwinch's Uusiness Friend.
Oil ai'thu XCVtr. A letter from Little Dorrit.
MONTHLY RECORD OF CURRENT EVENTS.
! LITERARY NOTICES.
Book9 Month.
EDITOR'S TAW1.E.
EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.
EDITOR'S DRAWER.
- Illustrated hv an Engra\ Insr.
THE MfSETUES OF MISTRESSES.
iLtcsra \tk?ns.~TIil- Last Flue* ?Furnace Wanted.?
An Ingrain Carpet.?Mrs Kinitii not at Home.?A Mod
C*t Request.
FASHIONS FOR JANUARY.
I llusthatioxs. -Fun.?Child** Costume.?Coiffure*.?
Caps.
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scrlptlons expire villi the present Number, are respectfully
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Tkhms.?The Magazine may be obtained of Rnokrellers,
Periodical Agents, or from the Publishers, at ThkkK Dob
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sold nt Two Dollars each, and Muslin Covers arc furni-hed
<o those who wish to have their buck Numbers uniformly
hound, at Twenty-five Cents each.' Thirteen Volumes are
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ly to Agents ami Postmasters, and will make lioerul ar
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two thousand pages of the choieV.it Miscellaneous Lttefetur.*
of the day. Kvery Number will contnin numerous Pictorial
Illustrations, accurate Plates of the Fn'hNn s, ? copious
Chronicle of Current Events, and- Impartial nortecs ofiha
Important Books of the Month. The Volutins commence
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PUiiLlSllKD ItY HARPER L DitOTlIERS.
1W
new book's
HOLIDAySI,
MASON BKOl'liEHS,
108 and HO Duane btreii'-., IM. Y.,
vriul fccusu eahi.y is Uiitci-vui:i?' ? T*
THE PLAY-WAY HOOK:
NEW STORIES FOR YOUNG FOLKS,
Willi Ten J?H pn^ inu*trudQW
Triumphant u? has bit " the soccesaSf J*" '."V" ? huh'she
ily,u'tabcll?v?t <>Stored ? ?4? ih^u ,,,|j ot1Kr uurk
.u utnuseuieiit.^ N1, K? ? ? ,. v TA I.KS.
Ilv IHRIUET LKK. a Vols. 12mo- cloth. 1 rice, 51,<?>.-.I
Thetfe striking uud remark able n*yw,TA"oVlaS
'to be*?Pl>r"^
Talc/" V ojlmkca ?t
"JcS.K N Kw''SrollK A.-M A A A? AM ?
WEii llliU KUOIt. ?.?.K ISO.,
AlThitSUt' a"-VriY
Pocket Diary. It will have a record ol th? stu,iet'ftltc WWtr
monieter, f^r every hour
BBCK*TI.V I'l'HUWi). J'-..? v
'?hmkm*
i, ?o? 111 active demand. It contains "'x V.'Ji'.Jur!c .Ul tK
esssis??s^f
F.ni'Eiuut s v!'?i%,iV? n!li EJI
r i?m>s ??oi?jvi.*,i|wic.
With nume'rous Illustrative Nv>t?s nwl A,iv&f?*?8' *
8?S5^
''""""".fiiiK aM?I %N HAIBV ItOOtt.
These^Ire^MriViili'li:'irfgcn'l", which haw ^oubtleasbe.n
,?MHmc" id anl.. fo th/du.ky omhlens at the lad w> Ure
.1,1- before the whim man rorbed lilm of l,. r,
,. roum)?. Tlit book Is handsomely, gotten up, and la a beau
m^W?A *?%*? ,rw *e ??r ?.m?. /'?<
MKHIKMjUW H.I.UKTBA1U} ??"K '
To 1? sol I cxdu.tveiy.hy ????.' of a ?:.!? 1"
sulmorlptiou hooks. -Vub-imfticular* .epl.vhcu dialled,
dcci^twii-;. ' .--. .. , _
OX S.llCRPsV, TIIK TlllltP ^7~w^sfSF.?l<y, J 61.
Jl.Vi:PK!t & llltuniKKB,,-M-? Afk. .
Will issue tlic.liret Number or a WedQl j
to he entitled,: , . , _ _ ?
HARPE1CS W laUvIA.
A JOURNAL OK OIVILIKAIIOK.
Thev trill stMiro neither labor tor expense t> ..takeltu?e
l?e?i Kajch.v NkWbfapcr ii? the Vi'^rMt??n? who?tf cheerful
and genlel character vrill reader it a * elcoi^e vNitortoever/
iiou-cholil, *'til 3 U* canatanv tleVolioa.o the I nw jHt* ?j
rlal.t and Justice yhivll win the appreciation of tl??? wl-t an J
the b<><h1 - It* object will be- to ? t forth .ouna views on Vo
litiral, Social and Moral question#; to rflifUra lnf,,r'
mat ion; to cultivate the rt*ac?3 ai/d nmci.ltlcsor lirt.
lUK'zkfck? Wkkkly will cotitaln a full ancl hupartlrd *"?r
murv or the Political, Hoclhl,
il.it.>rarv News of the Dav. It will ehioiuclc the leading
movement- of .the- a*?s record the ln^' "J0'1', let
dUcoverics of Hclence and the creations 6..\rl. It will, in a
word, aim to present an accurate and compute p.cture 01
the atfc In whieh we live. ? ' ?, , 4? , ,h
li vm aI*o five a due share of nltcntion Jo *h? iMtg the
laiagluatloil, and the Rellr.-s. Its Tegulnr ccnl-l,ts?:il Y"
brate Tales, litciilenf of Travel and Adventure. ^Vjteh s
orCharacter and Socl.l UTe,?i;d fcssays ?l??ilr. Md Moral..
The t-ubllshers have ruade arraugeuiel.ls aith tin. I.rst
tinrrl.'an writers who will contribute to the various Ue
nartthent?of the i^tpcr. The laige apace at flieir dfepbial
will enable the Contributors to avail themselves of ample
selection^ from the best and moat healthful Literature of
the Obi World. The first dumber wil}. ' ^SST
'h?ra^TwK?Jvlr|^ru,-,.endM in nnr .ay to super
sede STfate thTldace of lUsrea'b Kb* MoJtTtll V MsOi
2m Eart.Verlo.llcal ?lll confine ttscU to IU o?l. proper
sphere; and no portion of the c<rotentff of the one will. ap?
cotitaln Sixteen pXRCS of the
of the London Mu&Ktterl -Vnr?, ^V'hu
as much matter as an ordinary dI^WugE
?o i^lupplled,^ that Bjj.ertl'g; ? wrn Wahlcat
"fe 'ni at'aud approprtate *111 be prepared for the
cinVe^Le or ffoi?^.l^^hln< the paper.
<Sutwcrib?r? at the following rates, payment being lj?varuO?ly
Weeks m:
t.,:e Copy for One Vear. J J? -??
dec^Inrdtv :
PJCTDUKFBAMKS.
PhenlxLooXinx-Glas. and 4-ic.ure
Si-Sf0""'1 ^ a"*nwith <7i?$S2?
" A Itr??r?-a l-lij.i?i'iu,
WIllftE ?AS?>S Oi' HFE
Have nearly run out, discovered, ahile In th? Kast * *
. certain to. for
ai.drei.eral liebBlty. This remedy ?as rt icoierolhy him
wlien t'is ouly ctiiUl?a dam?M?l-?as fiveu up to die.
wrshlna to do as luucli supdas p.usibU.be ?IU aendlo snel.
at l.ts aOlicteU felloa-belofs al request It. thl? Ttl.pe, wilh
full directions for maklUK up and wwlesslnlly BJlug H lie
requires each .ppllcant lo Inclose hlio one shUlUtE?three
el ..i. to be returued as inistaco on the recipe. ?..u the re
nialnder ml* a| plied to the payment of thH ailvertUement.
Addr.>S D?. lT JAMM,
No, IS OraeU street, Jersey City, Ne* Jersey.
decSfr4m-d?? - '? ? ? ?-"?> ? -.V
9< - ???? ?* s- "
New York Advertisements.
KItt*M
U.HPKT <S. ICI?IIARD.?<m'M
Advertisingand Corresj.oodinc Oflicfc, Xo. #Gd Brordway
Tie w Vr.rk.
NEW Mx;sICAl. I'.Vl'J'.k,
For Choirs and the Family
Circle.
TUK NKW YORK
MUSICAL PLONKKR AND CIlOlSISTKftS
?$Tjr>C^KT.
By MR WOODBURY,
Author of the Cnnm,' bri.csatki: l.i rs or 7,wx, etc..
Tills popular monthly periodical t? rt d np>. n ft*
second yrar, ha*Irig lictin ?omiueuoMl Octal* r 1, 1nV>. I*. l.<
printed on lifte |?aper, aud make* anuuitl volume* ot ?i'?>
pa'ge* of mitttr Intensely int?-rej tu.g to tin- lover* of
ik.-Hes Musical IoWUipi'iicc.aniS Biographic* of di?tin?.tiiri.
ed Musicians. it*co|nmn* will In; eti'h-hei! l?y nearly
V"? PAOIIS ?Y U|:i?*XNAL MUSIC:
l'ialii-Tauwjiilltm*, Sncfi lor .the. Whh? and
Melodeon. nil *?f
AUTHOR'S HAPPIEST STYl.K*
The spirit of sparklingvivacity with which the PinMti K
linf. Iwvti ct-ivdiictcil, Jia> esUBdul Its ?ub?crij>tlon list, Ik -
yond that of any other similar Periodical cither in tlii*
country or Eurof*?.
t?itics r?n cta. pan annum, in advance, anu-w ct>.
To clubs uol less than llvv. Specimen uumbers forwarded '
gratuitously, to any pnrt of the country, by mail, or hi sueh *
other way ;w the.applicant may direct.
Copies of the First Vol time neatly hhund !n colore*! liittsUn,
\f-th (i Titlk Paoh and Conors laoKX. will he frnrarded to
anv part of the couutrv, postage paid, on receipt of One
Dollar, *v
1'. J? BSUNTINCTOW. IMiblhber.
declTilnt-Uw . ; STh? BROADWAY. N. V.
"MR, WOOlJltUKV'S .NI'TvTg 1,KK-iiWK !
JL'ST 1>[:IU.1SIIE1>.
THE SOTJG CROWN.
A KKW COLLECTION OF
Songs, Glees, Quartetts. etc., etc.
Prici due Doltor tird </ Quarter.
Thl?depnt and comprehensive work contain* iuil page*,
and comprise* the largrot number of tllec*, Quavtetns,
Oj?era Ciiorup.rf, Trios, Sulc#, Ac.. Ac., of any wnrk ?v? r ?
puhiifhi-d cither in.the United Stnt-.-* or the world! Tin;
.Me^tOALPkama compromises some Thirty-five oftherlio!ct..-t -
Son?*, Duets, jitid Choruses, from Ofxfras of |tr>*iiii. Bellini.
Donlzvtta, Aubir. Unite. and other * i:.In*lit Cf>Mnr>, r.<.
F. J. Hl .M tNCi i nN, l'nblub?r.
Bhoauway, N. V..
??Single copies sent, post paid, to Teachers onlr on the
r^cf-tpt of $l.g.*>, . declfcltc-dnw
K A ? Alil().\
Ilns n???r Ikvnmf the standard prepa
ration for <W hair, lis huuicm>e Wile,
nenrlr
1,000.000 BOTTIiSS
Per year, attests iu -excellence and .
?real superiority over all otner yr
icles of the kind. The cauM: of thiA
juprecedeuted popularity is that the
luality <?f the
KATHAlilON
lias always remained unchanged.?
| It restores the hair alter it bas^fallcii
mt, Invigorates and beautifies it.
.irlng to it a rich glossy appear
irice, and Impart* u dt-lLhCful pei
. finite It is acknowledged by ad to
,:?e ttn best -preparation for the- hale
i .?yer matte. Sold br Mi dealers
throughout-the United Ptntt-s, Canada,
Mexico; Cuba, and gotnh America.
UKAXU, WYNKOOl* & L'0.,
?*iuprit!ioiH.
J?;5 I.ibrrtr !*!?% i>etv \o?K,
tluuu!?c;urvr<i or perfumery of uil
(lccl?:ti.ii-aaw ' ktndi, sinJ In prviit vnrkty.
~ l'UAI.OlV fi X'lU'IIIAK
Or, Floral Beatvtitier.
A preat Uos? utlo f;?r bcautifyin * theckin ^nd complex
ioi^ ^nd fp^* curing Chappwd IlfttliU; Kacc, l?lpv. Tan, Sun
burn, Frilckl*-ft,"I*iu.jdeat Scald.-, lJurn^, etc. A fure and
?are cure for the I'ilci^-onen-aishin/ nil! jrivc ir.;-tnni rtlteT.
After fliavinff it i: vCry nootldn.'.' t<t the skin. It keep* ih?:
liandii4fofuand uhite, au?l for all luUaii.ations <*f the tkln It
will be ^ound tol?e a great i eiacdy. I'riee One Dollar per
bottle.
PE1AC.OVS 3JA?I<: BSAXU BYE,
One of the very best Natural Dyes in the wprld. Its lonjj
UAe has proved it to be beyopd coir.jmrlfcon; und, being a
vegetable production, up injury can posiibly l?e done t? Iho
.-<Jttn. Tt is family applied, and you can obtain a black or a
brown which will del v the best judgr* to tell llfroia tit re
itiielf. Price ^l and (l^T) per box.
Made and sold be K. 1'IIALON, nt 107 BROADWAY, cor
ner l?ey Si., an J M? Ilrpad'*vay, ^t.Nichobi*. lIot? I, N. V.
aud all dtQgubU and Fancy St??rta throughout the 1*. S. ? -
FlniloirH 4 lanuical btnir Iuvi{(orator.
The most complete article of the kind ever before offered
to the public. It has stood the test or tweuty years iu thi* .
eouutiy, and not one of the many hundreds of imitation*.,
have been able to compete with it for preserving, drt??inu,
and beaut Hying the llair, aud keeping the head clear from
druy;u!T, etc. It Is inestimable; In bhott, it i? everything
the hair rt?iulrw. Price ride, uud |>er bottle.
ihr2:Cntd&iv
IT IS NOT A DYt!
Grujhll- 'l, Jiil-J,or/HrnnnnnHIMt'l " "K'1.'
koir-or taUp. read
MUSTS. A. AI I.K.V'S \\ OKlil! b 11AIU UhSTOUKK.
Htev M. THACllk.it (C<J >ear* Ol Vh*n
tu?K9 County, X. Y. "My hair is now rw*?red to ?? natural
[cOior* and cens?s (o fall.** ...... . ?? v ??Mv
rilev. Win. CUTTER, Ed. Mother a Mnpaalne, >. *. M>
hair Is changed to Its uaturul color and growing r.?? bald spot,
*ffji:v. C. P.STONE P. D.. Concord,N. II. "My hair, which
a? grey, is n?wi restored 10 its natural color, &c.
jllev. U. CLENDENIN, Chicago, 111. 411 can add
uiony, and reroininend It to n?y friends;"
Hev. D. T, W OOP, Mlddlctoan, N. \ . "Mj
'?rfeaily ihlekeued, and alio that or one of my family, win
TUSTIX, Charleston, S. C. "The^whlW- hair l?
Ijccoiuiuif ol)Vlattil? iitid hulr fornJup?.4c.
rulSfX FU1NK, SUver CrvvW, N. 1. "HUs* produced ?
guu.1 tir.cl on ...y lmlr. .....1 I tew wmmtodcj
IteVi JOS. McKEE, L'asUir of West D. U. Ghurth, N. i
rC U?cvl15! NUiUUia, Cro^s^Wcr, N. Y., aUo, and
Mm. IJcv. ir. A. L'lliTr, Hamd nt>. I
We inliiht twill this list, but If the above fall t o con v ine*
THY IT! Sold by all the principal merchant* la the Lulu?!,
Stat. ?, Cuba and Canada. WJ.okSttJe pn-I r^al .h-pot N.?.
\iSS Broome Street New York. Some dealers try ?o 1HI arti
cles Instead of tlt1<t, on which they make more prolit, If so,
write to depot for circular nnd Information.
oetlf ifiui'tav:. -
IMPROVED MELODEONS.
THE OI.Dl.fX KSTABL1!-?|:D IN TBS L'. S.
liuiploylns Two II iiuilrtd 31 e?,
AND jriSIZHMO
EIGHTY ES3'lRCMEin'B PER WEEK.
B15TWCTX 13,000 ANI> !?,<? ? of th> :se in
?iitrunienia have b*.tn finlshedEmnEArenuvr,
'llic latest Improvement* In our Melodeoua
DIVIDED SWKLL,
Secnrod to Is by letters Patent, i'M M ty, flfcfc. By mean*
iof tlds Swell Solo Passages may be played with the lull pow
er of the Instrument, while tl?- Accompaniment in soltai?dv
'ubdued. JUrea'.ler. all MtlodeonB made by ua, wi.l he tur
i.isw .1 w ith fhla attachment tciU.oul fxtra ''9<"%'?
Our ir.?truaivuU are ail finished in ltosewoou Ca*tn?, and
I the uorunuiuhij. ii oMlu: very U*t quality. l'he rtjJeS
fORTABLB CAfili: .
I Pour octave MclodeOn, extending from O to 0
I Four and a half octave, " >,-4t C to-V.W'
1 Flvo'Actuve Mt lodeon. 44 44 F to F /Tvlig
Five octave, double r^ed, " * to *
IN PIANO CASK:
1 Fire octftve Mt lodeon, extending Iroiu F to F f U"?
Sis octave Mtlodeon, 44 44 {W>*vv "Z*V
j Five octave, duuble reed, 44 F to-F. .
j ur>Miii Mtlodeon (f?>r churches,) five octave^ 8 rtopf,
one aiPTa half octave pedals, four setts of.'jrcccla..
ee^Aift-iits for tUe >Kle of oqr BI?lodeor.s may l e :oUi?d
in all tl?e prihciiVal ciile?> Mid towns nf the Cnlted htatts.
GEO. A PltlNCF. is Co.,
cor.' N la para and Maryland stress, U?lfnh>j
?t <?:?*,mdaw and'? .Filton atrrc?, Ncu >y.rK.
" FIR^T P IC E.H I iKlf
Gold Medal Piano Fortes.
ST^ESAYAY 4 SONS.
MANTPACTOHEft8?84AVnlJ^r-tree*, near
I BfMl'la^y-'lNcw YorK. In\'I*e pn>/1V.a;'.-ntlo:i
' to their nvtvrly IniproV. d X'?ar?o_ l>rb.-N% wHli.
L_, r.itlumt lrm Frame, pronu^nred hvj-. *.
rlor to :?n> otSier insinitnruiS tlyvr_ before- jh'<: pubiJcilii' ll><#
td*c>t fcohipeknt .f.
?gtelnwn^ k Son were nwnrofd three Hrrt I ii/e -Meaa-*.
tfrthlfi tije . enr, In .rr.n.p. utlon^lth tlje ^noat c* ?? btatetf}
iiianuf seiurvrr of JWs^'4, Nrw Vovk, llilIoUUpHiH ^ild.IJuir
tlraore, for I-^no Fcrtt?.
Every h.ftrm-.r'r.t wsirnitiicd far thrfce >^*#, to give en
tire saUnf;'.ct!ont ortiit purchaae money will bv n funded.
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OOisUA^i, ?- VSOMl'AWV,
BANKERS, ,
C or Pine and ftanenu fr
1 ClliOULAR NU1U> ?.hI !.E1 rKILj? OV LMliK lor
Llimkia, uratlaiile In ?ll U.c pnnrtjwl elf it- ??/ IA4
"?,W. a1J^3HCANXI1iE CREDITS
on the OIIHENTAL BASlt COBTOIIATlOS, I^ud.m.Mc^
uSurtOEO. FEABOPY & CO.,Eondon'.and BANK OF SbXY
SOUTH WAVES, Australia.
I BiillM of JExcbuujjc n?i<l { nali trruils
1 on California and Australia,furnlahed ori application.
{ INTEREST Al.LOH'EO on current account* and ?i?cclui
de(?osit)>, subject to arrangement.^ sp2lMyd?a^
/"\0NT11AST lite tints brought ?ut in the hair by Cristadc
0 ro*4 matchless revltalixinir llalr ?nU
1 ced to a?t?UcaUou of the Wurnlnfr fluids ordioarily aAfcl as
' HsiH)ye?,*yw - see at once that the color 1*-natural ffi'OW?
caae, unnatural In the other, and the slicplc reason is thaS
Crbtadoro'sis the out preparation ?h?cbby.tU exarch?
mlcal combination operates on natural and immutable pr;n
1 doles. Made, sold and applied (In ten private rooms) at
1 Cristadoro's, 6 A-slor House, Broadway, 1*. Y. Also for
1 sale by BHnclpal Druggisu and. F^i.tntaera throughout
j ""sSS^'rk Agents, VP, ?} COBT * CO.
1 * : WA#0, CUXtK k CO.
Tnu-elisg Agent,, T. II. XORAX 4 CU
fe&lydaw P.rldge Corner Bmryists.
| ?7^,? - . . HAZLtTON k BKOTllEUfe. "
1 FlANOFOin'Ti
u B fi 3 B MA K U FA CIURBHB.
So ?JOOCenlrot .Nair 1'orlf.
I \7liEH??ay *?- found a auperior amorunentof riann
i VY ForU?,in Plain and Oroamental Caaca, from 6 to 73^
I octaves, of the6?*t material*, and prooouncetl by di*tlr...
rntshni artists \o be unsurpassed. iVllt V* sold on O.*-. ??o?l
rr?oi..bU ur?.? Mrt warrant-rt to .Uwl in JM cUnillc.^
>>rtitr* from *? ???MXry pr.ra.ptly atttnd*! to .E.l
[ Plane iruaranteed to give perftel saltafacton. If not so^tbQ
J Piano m*y U rcturrmd to. us, we refunding the njoi>ey an*
[ Creel E^iiWUon ?t?5?
LlSM,?I'rixc Mcdai waa awarded to Hazlbtov ABaOTHMS,
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CON&UMPTION CURED.
? ijp vo't? DECEIV EU ??" base Imitations. HKOMIAN
ich is In no way cpnnected with ILC. X
4iW*MA?, OLA1.K ?V-V,
t?.x,W tare partner, th
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