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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1866

m. Mjicti') oifl'-?ttUMOBhl iiol .rtoJlrrJ "2*?slJO l *i. HMO w itu a rrriON. ALWAY tlally relieved them.. Youre, t^'gi IiAMb. given n eertlflento of the ex?w?J lnterKlt. rmF??M'o?IIar?i.; D?onl?n9.????? H ^.eu?9Sie SS?S? ??"irfSTasrSpTp before en terlngm> , . |?._ evening. I iig#r?55$S? PREPARED BT t R. E. Sellers & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., SOI.K ntorRiETORS. SELLERS' LIVER PILLS. nWSANl) SUGAR.POATKtt. (The Original, only True and Genuine.) K-r'SSS? AiiNinf r.n'/T cwij i v! r.Afi /nr ihA nnequiwiw ?j ?~-g? . rvuYftv*n?w. tffe* tieau enre of audluae^dfor the w^n^c'f^ ^lSS^SKlnftUng h><bW*ry d?^men\ot|,ePnblIt. th^life'^I^S etor has winmenc^I thej prag" ther^y rE-?S>"1 s??$^ The Great Internal Remedy, FOB TUB EFFECTIJAI. CORE OP RHEUMATISM, ib trutjY : > ;i '/I : Johnson's Rheumatic Compound, AND blood PURIFIER. *??" ,c~*?^ mVffMATfc COflPOHMD AND BTAWU SKS "KltS^Ing extmetannd Urtlmonl BREPARBD by . H. K. SEM.B.HS ? co. SO?K T110PJUET0B9, ! ".Tecis-M-ie^pg pirrgggng...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1866

WMMnhUi^tmr, CAMPBELL, PHEW & CO editors ANIt propri ktors. ?ATI KI?AY WOK.M.\<i. JAY. 13. CoitRECnox.?Intho article yesterday" | morning, under the caption "The Set tlement with Virginia," the types made us say that the rnvenuo paid by the counties composing this State into the treasury of the Commonwealth of Virginia, from 1856 to 1861, "was about 5*00,000 a year." It should have been "$000,000." >?" Dommtle Slnnnraetnrf*. ' We notice the establishment of a woolen factory at Clarksburg. The ex ample so worthily set there should be followed throughout West Virginia by the development of the resources for manufacturing, which the State so emi nently possesses. The business which has mude this city prosperous may well be pursued throughout the whole of a j territory in which material is so abun dant, motive power so cheap, and a market for the product so convenient, as in our State. The profit of manufac turing establishments, so strikingly shown in the large dividends of E...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1866

Jfflrrrlunt (Tailoring. "1865IA1 1865. [ JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER (Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. o UR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE, OON slstlng of the following Goods: I French, English and German CLOTHS. | French, English, and American | co^vthstgs. French, English, Scotch and American] Cassimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS | Of the ^following makes: Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflnga . and Johanies. 1 VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmers and Silk. I CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shlrta of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs. ^Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call and examine our Stock before purcbas ng elsewhere. JOHN T. LAHI.V A CO., No. 25 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va, oclO " Jtamlard Stalin. SAM'L OTT. MOltfiAN L. OTT. WM. H. IIALL SAMUEL OTT, SON & CO., Agents for FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, A DAPTED It) EVERY BRANCH OF J\ business wlie...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1866

SATl'BDAY NOR5I\<i. JAJF. IS. Wk are under 'obligations to the agents of the Adams Express Company in this city, for late St. Louis and Louis ville papers. The Weather.?Yesterday -was a remarkably unpleasant, disagreeable day. A fine sleet fell aluio?t constant ly. and the walking was very bad. The Court of Appeals of this State, which was to have met in our city day before yesterday, has held no ses sion as yet, on uccount of the absence of some members, who are ice-bound on tbe*Kanawha. The River.?Yesterday the river was slowly rising, with about eight feet in the channel. All day long small quantities of ice were flouting past the city. At last accounts the gorge at the narrows below here had not broken. Market yesterday evening was very well attended. Muddy boots and be d rabbled skirts were more predominant than any thing elso wo saw. Butter was selling for 35a40c; eggs 30a45c; lard 18u25. New Business Coi.leok.?In order to supply, a want, long felt in our city, Messrs. Mitc...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1866

voKoXivtoiio'feM ? * I W.HEELING, WEST VA., MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1866. NO. 120. ? * $itatral success. U'li" j'"1'K wSitever. It - gplrttuoa-?'"K^S^Siiority of Pnimonaty appUcable but Is peculiarly aha Brancl'W ablinsKratrellerin valuable ? kindred diseases. From WilooplU|!<MJ1>f"!jnItlwtes received from B tame SuSStSe following: FX? ipSSJ' ????*' Alexandria, ^Spva|=Ma=s tiaUy relieved tliem. \oure, lAJIB. tec nnrt very niufh amicioa wnn " ? ? "j ffld almostconstant cough.andhavlnrtnea %?^!SESS^^ u\aU l?tuml Store my ^pectlve clMg, wmiW^Stlculariy' Recommend it to clergy PREPARED BY ft. E. Sellers & Co, Pittsburgh, Pa., ? SOLE proprietors. SELLERS' LIVER PILLS. PLAIN AND SUGAR-COATED. (The Original, only Xruoand Genuine.) , nas stood for Thirty yesre a Staple Remedy, derangement#?. To the Pnbllc. The Great Internal Remedy, FOR THE EFFECTUAL cure OF RHEUMATISM, ?ggESft^iS^ IS TRULY Johnson's Rheumatic Compound, AND ?? blood PTTBIPJCBB, L?t the SpfTerlns: Rend and Cens...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1866

CAMPBELL, FEEW & CO. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. MONDAY miKSU'U. J AX. 15. Tlie City Election. One week from to-day?on the 22d inst?we are to elect city officers for the ensu! ng year. As yet no ot her prepara tion seems to have been made for the election than the nondnation of candi dates. Nominations are, or ought .to X>e, hut preliminary to the work of a canvass. Wo do not, or certainly should not, content ourselves with sifc ting up nominees like so many ten pins in an alley, to bo targets for the enemy, and left without all proper aid and assistance from every voter in the Tnion party. It is time we had a thorough organi 7. ition for the election in every ward. It is time a complete poll of the vote was J repared.and that the duties belonging 1o the leading and most active men of each ward were thoroughly canvassed and assigned. We hope thattho Union strength in tho third, fourth atid sixth 3s not to be caught napping this time as it was last October, by reason of its over ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1866

-gtmfcftttt Sailoring. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE, CON ?Istlng of tlio following Goods: French, English and German j CLOTHS. French, English, ? and American | C O-A/TDnST G-S. French, EnKlish, ^ Scotch and American O assimeres. BEAVEBS & OVERCOATINGS | Of the (following makes; Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflnv and Jo VESHNGS, Velvet, Cashmers and Silk. CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shirts of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchief. ^Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call and examine onr Stock before purchas ng elsewhere. jonar t. lakin a ro., No. 25 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va, oclO JStnmlarfl ?rate$. 9AM 'L OTT. MORGAN L. OTT. WM. H. HALL SAMUEL OTT, SON & CO., Agents for FATKBANKS* STANDARD SCALES, A DAPTED TO KVERY BRANCH OF business where a correct and durabl...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1866

MOXDAY. MO HXDHiTI.V 1J. A New and Good Idea. I JC. McMANAWAY NOTIFIES ALL | .lover*of goodfresh Oyster*ithat-oo and after Monday, the I5th Inst., he will attend all evening markets, where he willsell them by the pint, quart or gallon. All who wtahgood IKretth uyuter* bring along your vessels. Beta also selling Oyster* by tlic cuu aud half can. Also Oyster Crackers, at his office on Blddle street. Janl5-lt UNIONTICKET. Xlecftlon, Monday, January 22d, 1866. J\r Mayor ?OOL. K. WILKINSON rar CUy Clark CAIT. WM. I MATTHEWH J-'ur (\ty Sergeant .COL. JACOB WEDDLE >br CUy Treasurer. -JOHN F. HOPKINS J"'or Supt.of Water Works. JAMES BAGGB J-'i/r Street Commissioner. HENRY RAMP ror Wharf Master JOHN Q- BELLVILLE The Chamber op Commerce.?'There ?will be a meeting to-night of the mana gers of the Chamber of Commerce at the rooms of the First Branch of the City Cotincil. The first, and a very important sub ject to be brought before the meeting will be the consideration of the estab lishment ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 16 January 1866

? "J v1- i^> r VOL. XIV. EELINft. WEST YA.. TUESDAY MOffilNG; JANUARY 1^.^66. NO. 121. SELLERS' COUGH SYHlfi.i rP 18 PROMPT IN ITS ACTION, ALWAYS safe, and may bo given to the smallest cli lid or moat del icate female w 1 th^n Aden wjto I ta maJon7y of Vuhnonar^ and Bronchial affections, but Is peculiar! valuable to children, affording great relief IL Whooping Cough and kindred diseases. From a largo 'rfumber of certificate received from year lo year, we present the following: ? From I tie Rev. T. O. iJimb, 1'iwtor of the Baptist C'linrcla, Alexandria, EXAXD in January, ceedlngfrom a oau n?u.?, ?ssstesife and retired and slept/ all nightwithout a sin gle Interruption from coughing. I took the syrup again In the morning, and fw* "S-1"? *lt5l6ut 8In<!e. that time I have glveu It frequently to my children, and believe that it has oaten 'ffjs; T!Amb. BecommcndMl particularly lo Clerjcy. men, Ijiwyen nnd other JPnblle NponUera. . iPrbfedufcr ' Porter fiha; without* solicitation, gi...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 16 January 1866

CAMPBELL, PHEW &-C O. KDITORH A.ND PROPRIETORS. Qf TUESDAY XUBXIJO, JAR.'IL Ineligible Applicant* for Seate Jn tlie LrfiNliitare. It Is understood that there are some members of the Legislature elect, in each House, comfngVrotn the lately re l?el lions quarter of I he State, who will not be able to^take their_seats on ac count of "their''inability to qualify.? They are said to be gentlemen of fair character and standing in their private and personal relations; but having par-. Hcipated voluntarily in the ..rebellion, they are not eligible to publlcoflSce. It apeaks well for their candor that they openly confess (as wo are told they do) that they cannot take the officers* oath. We cannot commend their discretion and judgment in supposing that they would be allowed to take their seats as Senators and Delegates without. We believe these gentlemen received a majority of the votes cast for the I offices to which they were chosen. At least the returns made to the Clerks of the Senate ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 16 January 1866

$tKjrlu?t Sailottag. . 1865. 1865?" JOHN T LASIN & CO. FAIL & WINTER Stock of Goods | FOR KEEN'S WEAR. OUR 8T0CK IS NOW COMPLETE, CON slating of the following Goods: French, English ? and German! CLOTHS. French, English, and American j COSTINGS. Scotch C asisimeres. French, j English, and American | BEAVERS & OYERCOATINGS Of th?j following Schillecs, Simonies, Kippers, Wolfing " and Johanies. VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmers and Silk.! CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shirts of the Best Hake & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs. JGloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN, j Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call and examine our Stock before pnrchas- I ng elsewhere. ' JOHN T. TiAKRV A CO., No. 25 Monroe street, Wheeling, W-Va, oclO ^tanflnrrt ?raUs. SAM'L OTT. MOItOAN L. OTT. W*. H. HALL SAMUEL OTT, SON & COt, Agents for FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, A DAPTED TO EVERY BRANCH OF J\_ business -where a correct ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 16 January 1866

TiEsniT -mrmamui, j*?. '?? '?! xrmojs TICKET. XlMtleaf *Z ifvi? BOmTsS >i,r Sup*,of Water Hor*??....J AMK8 BAOOS Mektisoo* tuk "lbhsutl'M T? -day.?The two House? of the Legisla tura will be called to oTteri** morn ing at urn last House; The Governor a ines?ag? -will be delivered as soon as ??"**"? zatlon is effected, beside" ? thought, not much business will be transacted to-day. . The HalU of the House, have been decorated .with the West Virginia Regi mental flags, which have been tasteful ly arranged. A Suabi- TBAKSACnojr-ABKiOT OF tbf. Bwi5DI*eb.?Yesterday ofHcer Tracv and Mr. Saint Myers arrived in the city having in arrest a iiamed Martin, a,ia. Bowselle. eharged with a piece of very sharp p?fn, '0ll which the following Us an aecoant. 7heW of this month the accu?Kl wbo had been stopping for some "vman House" in this city, stated to Lin, until he ?b^UStck" r'wentwS iupp??dVto Martin's identity n? How t"u^vui Induced by Martin to endorse S??3Sr3afe prev'ouai} p?jtl ^ presented...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1866

YDU XIV. NO. 122. WHEELING, \05STVA., WEDiTESDAY MORNTNGy JANUABY 17. 1866. GOVERNORS ICESSAG?. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 1 Wheeling, Jan. 1C, 1866. J ?Qentlcmen'of the Senate ' and House oj Delegates : You linve assembled under more favorable auspices than any preceding Legislature of our State. ?>ince the adjournment of the fast Legislature, the War has been brought to a'close by the .triumph of tjie National arms and the suppression of the Rebellion. The evacuation of the pretended; Rebel Capital,'iwid the flight "Of ?be chief conspirators, was followed by the surrender and 'Sisband ing of-their armies,' and: by the acknowledgment of the National authority every>vh'erft ,tlir({ughout the entire land. It is a matter of congratulation among ourselves, as of profound gratitude to Almighty God, .that thj-qugh His blessing the War has thus been brought to a successful and happy termiuation. RECONSTBUCTION IN THE 80UTII. The process.of reorganizing the rebel States has progressed as ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1866

iMMdtytmr. CAMPBELL, FREW & CO. KI11TOKS AMI FKOrRlKTORS. ISiSSSufJWMIS". JAN. 17. " Tin* Governor'* jfotuMigc. Tlu. message of Gov. Horeuion, wblcl. w,< lay before our readers this morning, is one" of the best he has written. It is ...par, forcible ami compact, i? style, mill manly and pusriotic in utterance. Tlie Governor begins by an allusion to the overthrow of tho Kobelllou as having taken place since his last mos sage, an.l says it is cause not only or congratulation among ourselves, hut of gratitude to Almighty God. He tlunks The reorganization of the Southern States has been sufficiently rapid, and that some of them (probably Tennessee) should soon be admitted to representa tion in Congress, while the rest should wait till they can give better assurances of loyalty; and deprecates the indecent haste with which the reconstructed reb els seek to be reinstated in places of in fluence and power, lnrefernug to the couductof the returned rebels in the bonier counties at tho...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1866

Merchant Sailoring. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOB MEN'S WEAK. OUR STOCK IS HOW COMP1EIE, OON KUitliig of Lho following Oooda: French, English and German CLOTHS. French, English, and American co^.Ti:rsr(>s. Frenoh, English, Scotch and American C assimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATM Of the ^following makes; I Schillees, | Simonies, Kippers, Wolfing and Joli VESTINGS, Velvet, Casluners and Silk.) CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shirts of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs. ^Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call and examine our Stock before purchas ng elsewhere. J OH IV T. LAHIN ft CO., No. 2T5 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va, oclO ?tanflnrfl Ernies. SAM'L OTT. MORGAN'L. OTT. W*. It. HALL SAMUEL OTT, SON & CO., Agents fbr FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, A DAPTKD TO KVERY BRANCH OF JA business where a correct and dura...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1866

- tion ; or, as this affords an opportunity for fostering the free schools of our State without taxing the people, I would recommend that all the stocks referred to, and the amount that may arise from the closing up the North-Western Bank of Virginia, be transferred to and made a part of the " Free School .Fund." " BANK OF VIRGINIA" AT CHARLESTON. As contemplated by the resolutions " Respecting the Branch of the Bank of Virginia,atCharleston," adopted by the last legislature, I appointed John List, Esq., of this city, " to examine and report what interest this State had therein, the nature and condition of its assets, and the measures necessary to protect the interest of the State in relation thereto." That gentleman made the examination required, and took full notes to enable him to prepare a report, but before he had completed it he was overtaken by an accident which resulted in his death, and as a consequence the report was not made. In the meantime, however, lie had exhibited to...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1866

vo t r i oshhi '/!/; ?.H /"'.'MJiaVAH fIU? mr( i?ac Jf -fiT .3*9 ,.oi 008r - r y;:i. / at,f i / . ^nSo omouipj uunhnlfe .00 3 8maoa .k w??ii'5 lo /joIvkT ;"^ .vsfl \d iovun'1 r .- ? ?? I '.Ml: > .1 7u*W>ijh'*l - ff;I,->1m :vo;.r ? . /. :'. ?"* ?'?*- * 4. j ?.-i-4..; i vor,m; ,.jf. ???I". eeling, west/.5va:, T A?/ ?? ~T 1?r.-r ,-u ?-,!? ? .'? i ? i >ay mmmtitQ jaotaky 1a i86$. v".% buu .1 rTTTT no: 123.' character of which the Doctor is able at all ! tinles, and under nil clninirtsltUMie?. to describe and to mtm of improbable t ?nlt and durj tlon of treatment- He prnctlwiA the Eclectic Bvstera of Medicine, using mild but eflfectlve xepne4*Wk fH1'!*" tliiK Instead of depressing ?ihi/WfcLgiwe<arrtyh?nnmrtirtnea used by 'him we prepared and put up in his own offloe, B^dea.^trMiUa^ ofi Acpt#. Dte-' hflQre from 9 to 12 A. Kdtir.1 ZZZioZZt.u JUMfflrMOSyMSON4CO. -?/ n SELLERS' COU&H SYRUP. qfeSSss sp: ?sr aysfjsairMMKt In JanuaryJSMjI^*1, *,,,?*1. ' inJa^uTrv.lSMjII^ ""Jf...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1866

WatSnMli^mm CAMPBELL, FEEW & CO. KDITORS ANI> PROPRIETORS. TlIUHfiDAT HOBSIXO, JAV. IS. A Com or Confcclenee?Who fa to Blame? Oar readers will have n oticed^la.lhej legislative reports yesterday morning, that in tbe o'rgaiif/Atloh of the two Houses, Mr. .With row,. *>f Greenbrier, in the House of Delegates, and in tbe .Senate Mr. Matthews, ofthesame coun ty, elected ftoththeSth Senatorial *Dls-* trict, formally declined to quality;? ^n$ that the a^tton of the two Houses upon their cases was what we anthHpated in': our remarks on Tuesday morning.? These gentlemen stated that they Could ' not a wear that they had not voluntarily, aided and comforted the rebellion, as the oath of office requires. The two nouses could accept nothing less, and ho, of course, they could not take their seats. Under the circumstances all par tic** did right. These gentlemen being unable to quality, we respect |he|r hon esty in candidly adtniUing tbe fiict; but we submit It 14 their fault, not the ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1866

T ^rfbant tailoring 1&S5. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER T;;> rc-t}vAu-? . ... . ? Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK 18 NOW COMPLETE, OON BlstiHK of the following Goods: French, English and German CLOTHS. French, English, and American co^Tiisros. Frenoh, a-: English, Scotch and American [ Oassimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATEN&S | Of thelfollowlng makes; ?* r.olf ^k*>lttO Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflngs and Johanies. VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmere and Silk | CRAVATS, SCARPS AND TEES. Shirts of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Eandkerohiefi. f ^Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call and examine our Stock before pnrchas ng elsewhere. JOHN T. LAKIN Sc CO.. No. 25 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va, oclQ .Standard Urates. SAM'L OTT. MOBOAN L. OTT. WM. H. HALL j SAMUEL OTT, SON & CO., AgeiitB for l-'AX I tli A. TV "It *ri ? STAN...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1866

THUMDAT MOEHIMG, JA5. IS. UNIONTICKET. Election. Monday. January 23d, 1M?. | Jbr Mayor COL. 2*. WILKINSON Fur City Clerk?VAITWM. IMAgmJBy-' BxtpLoFwaUr W^E?_._JAME8 BACX3S J-^or Street Cbmmiaskmrr HENRY RAMP J>br Wharf Matter JOHN Q. BELLVILLE ThanKs.'-^-Oai^fflend^tbckion, of the Adams Express Company, has our thanks for late papers. Wb are indebted to Senator Van Win kle and to Representatives Latham and Hubbard, for valuable Congressional documents* i ? . ?. . *? /* .? . Notice.?There will be a meeting of the Union voters of the Fourth Ward, saswwarm Mr. J. C. Orb, the collector of Inter- J ternal Revenue for this District, has re moved his office from Main street to Monroe, four doors below the first Na- I t. xv. jo;\!' The Weather.?Yesterday was a very pleasant day. It thawed in the sun I somewhat, but in the shade, morning and evening. It was right copil. i Street i walking was still 'UMurably badiiin I ?pots. ? two Houses of th^I^HlAara proceed ?*l,as was expected~with the...

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