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FREW A CAMPBELL,
rcBtuauBs k?D rwotwmou.
nOSDAW | SCO.
NATIONAL BEPUBUOAN TICKET.
WtlPRKWDEXfr,
RUTHERFORD B..HAYES,
o* oioo.
VICSjlTUBIDKCT,
WiLLIAB:*.;WHEELER,
or XX* TOM.
Republican State Convention.
A Coo ten Hon of the I'ntao BepabUctn Party of
Wtdt Virgin 1* will be held at U?e dty of Parker*
barg, on THCKSDAY, the 37th day of July, 1S7C,
for the purpose of nominating candidates for the
ofEec* of Gorcrnor, AndJtcr, Trnuurer, Attorney
deoeral, tftate Superintendent of Free Sehoola, and
thrre Judges of the Conrt of Appoala; alao for the
purpoau of oottolnatlnj an Electoral Ticket, and
* " -u?
transacting socn oinerpropw uu.iUCT ? w?v
before the attention.
The Utilon RopuWlcan Parly di the State ia requoted
toappoint delegates to aal J Convention from
the various counties, at tuch Ume and In audi manner
as maj he convenient to the people of tht rreral
counties.
All voters of the 8tate, without regard to pott
political differences, or party st&atlons, who are In
favor of *uch change* la otu Constitution and laws
as exj*rientt) bu shown necessary, and favor retrenchment
and ccopocpjr In tlje administration of
our State altars, and tlio punishment of offldal
corruption, are cordially Invited to participate In
the Hill County and State Contentions.
By order of thq8tate Union Republican Ex ecu
lire Committee. JOHN W. MASON,
G ratios, W. Va., June 1,1376. Chairman.
Republican Congressional Convention.
A Convention of tb? Republicans of the First
Congrwalonal District of the State of West Virginia
will be held at Parkcrsbttrg on THURSDAY, (be
nth dajr of July, 1875, lor the purpose of nominating
a Candidate for Congress, and such other bus!new
as may come More the Convention.
The Republican party of the aald District are
r*|Ui*tol to appoint delegates to the Convention
from the several Counties composing the District,
at such time and id such manner as may b# convensent.
GEO. EDWARDS,
Moi/.vn y X.LC, juljr 11,15,9. \m*uw*u.
Republican Congressional Convention-Second
District.
The Union Bfpnblkans cf .the Scond Congressional
District will meet In Convention on FBIDAY!
the 2Jth day of July, M76, it Grafton, tor tM parI***
of nominating candidate, for the llouso ot
l^pr(KUtatiTC9 in the next Congrisw, and th?
transactionol aucbother business aa may beprojier.
JJy order of the Exerutire Committee.
'* GEO. G. STUBfilSS, Chairman.
JOICi W. MASON, Sec'y Jyl7
I Bepatlican and Independent pipers in the Second
District please copy.)
Export trade ol Baltimore.
Statistics of export* from Baltimore for
the. past air inpntha of the calendar year
show the outward foreign commerce of
that port aa Htill on tbo increase. The
aggregate value of exportation* from
January 1 to .July 1 foot up $1S,G13,144,
and an increase of nearly four $nd onehalf
million dollar* over the exports ol
the corresponding period last year. Witl:
the exception of wheat, which has fallen
* off fully two-thirds, the increase ia gen>
eraliy on the principal articles, butmosl
prominent in corn. Of this cereal, th<
exports for the flix months exceeded those
for the same period 6f last year by 7,221,
? ' - i larcu
WU UUSneiS, turn lUu cniirc jc?? ui ^uiv /;
5,200,000 bushels. Baltimore has undoubtedly
gained a leading position as an
exi>ort market for corn, and is now
among the chief distributors in this country.
Petroleum is the next product
which has shown a marked increase, being
over 5,000,000 gallons ahead of the
tirst six months of 1875. Tobacco follows,
and probably shows the most decided increase
in a moneyed view. Bacon and
lard also show an increase over last
year. England has been the largest purchaser,
having bought $0,803,703 worth
of produce, followed by Germany, $3j808,445;
Holland and Belgium, $1,G31,120;
Brazil, SI,292,770. The total value
to all countrfbs reachcs ?18,013,144,
against $14,170,514, lame time 1875.
The Southern Lumber Intercut,
In an interesting article on'the condition
ami prospects in the Southern lumber
trade, the KirthwaUn Lumberman makes
known some facts that are of general import.
The trade, it seems, shares in the
general dullness and there isnot much
prospcct for improvement during the
present season. To some extent, Texas,
or portions of that State, is an exception
to this condition of things. There is considerable
building going on in certain
districts, where emigration is filling uj
the country. To these localities the man
ufacturers of lumber, and of sash, doori
and blinds, etc., in Chicago and therea
bouts have turned some attention. A
vast amount of Chicago manufactured
lumber finds its way to that distant State
noivrmwinnuing lucre nreaiuiurt iaiuiiu
less districts of pine in some of the.Gul
States, within easy reach of Texas by wa
ter and comparatively short distances bj
rail to localities nhcre such articles an
in demand. _
Somebody who liu had hot weather cx
perience in India sends suggestions to thi
Sew York ''Sun. lie recommends th<
pith hat occasionally seen in our street*
which has a ring inside to fit the head
leaving an open spaco for ventilation,
He also says: "If people were to shut
up and darken their liouses in the coolesl
hours of tho morning, leaving only aper
turcs enough for ventilation, and to tliow
apertures apply, as folks in India dc
loosely woven mats of fragrant Rrass,antl
keep them wet, every breath of air com
ing into the house would take up the
moisture, and tho temperature, within
would be reduced many degrees."
Another Exnreftslon from Carl
Ncliurz.
(From tho Vi Y. Tribune.]
Since Rome people are still professing
to have doubta of Mr.Schurz'a views, wc
take the liberty to dispose of them bj
printing^tho. following extract from o
private letter just received from, Senator
Schurz:
"There is a striking contrast between
the h?rd*oft money .mixture in the Democratic
platform and candidates, and the
strong, tearless assertion of moral duty
in the financial paragraph of Governor
Hayea' letter of acceptance. The views
he expresses about the* civil service form
the^mostdomprehenaive^ost clearly defined
and in every, respect most satisfactory
civil service reform pragrannae I
ever saw nttereu in a ?? woiar, anu ?k
programme Is accompanied by the pledge
of an honwt man that, if bo ii elected, it
hall be faithfnlly carried out In Ila compietenessj
and that no personal ambition
liall interfere with the wort Sever had
cWil lerrlce reformeri a'betttr'opportunity
to?tht*Ith a chance of real snoceea
?1 mean the .otceei of the cauie, and
not only the "uccfit# 4 ft candidate or a
party. IahaUaopportO;_r?or Hayes
heartily and acutely, and 1 h?~. never
felt more clearly conscious of doiniw.
right thing for the btet interest! of the
country."
NomeintemtlyHolMol Falei* <
We ire under obligations to Mr.
dark, of Martin'eJFerry, for the pritilegc
of perusing sobe interesting letters .
recti red from hid son, T. C. Chile, now ,
traveling in Palestine. Mr. Civk pay
poses returning to America in the course '
of a few weeks. He writee as being de- 1
lighted with his trip through Palestine, J
and saysj
"I should like to begin at Jerusalem* .
and describe everything to you in detail
back to Jerusalem, but as that is impoe- I
Bible, I will mention just a few. Of all of
them, Nazareth is the first in interest.
I La situation is quite in. accordance with
one's desires before going there?just ss
I imagined it would oe located?nestling
down among, and surrounded by hills. It
is situated on one tide of a beautiful val- .
ley, about two miles and a half long and
half a mile in width. The town- lies
on the northern side and runs
up the hill soma distance.' We
camped just east of the town, about a
minuteVwalk from the large fountain or
spring from which the people get their
principle supply of water, and at which
some say the Virgin was when thtf Angel
Gabriel'finrt appeared to her; and there,
from sunrise to sunset, may be seen the
women and girls of tne town awaiting
< Iheir turn* 10 fill their water jars from
[ the small stream which flows into the
large stone trough, from under a large
chapel erected by the Greek Catholics.
In the town yocLare shown another place
yhere the Latin Catholics iay the . angel
appeared to Mary, andalsp the workshop
ol Joseph, the kitchen of Mary, Ac., all
of which the thousands of pilgrims who
llock here, every year believe to be the
veritable s^ots. But parsing by these
piacen, wmwi nno uw? >? .
est to me, there was' Nazareth itself,
self, where our Saviour Bpent the
first thirty years of his life.
From the hill immediately behind the'
town, we obtain one of the finest views I
have seen, embracing ap many places ot
interest. Immediately south of us lay
the plains of. Esdfaelon. Letting our
eye run along the eastern border of the
plain, we see two, or rather three mountains,
which, rue higher than the rest.
That furthest south is Gilboa, while the
next is Little Hermon."
There are (many places and points of
interest further mentioned, the names of
which are familiar to our readers. Speaking
pfNain, he says: "A more unlnter^'
esting spot could scarcely be found. The
houses are few and miserable, and the
rocks are full of tombs. Several miles
along the northern base of Little Hermon
lies Endor, the home of Saul's fatuous,
witch. The inhabitants of the town
Buggest thoughts not very flattering to
themselves. The reason why -I have
. described these places is because I
visited them all. From Narareth
we went over to the sea of Gal'
ilee in one day, passing the reputed
"Mount of Beatitudes" on our way.
The first view we had of the sea was from
a point about one thousand feet above it.
We came upon it luddenly, and all were
lost in admiration. We could see it from
one end to the other. We camped about
hall a mile south of the town of Tiberias,
just at the edge of ihe water, and the
small waves washed up almost to our
- T ? J" J- tUn.
ICCI. W n?IB 1 H??fc UJUDtug iu >y? wv?M
light, my attention was attracte^by something
out on the water, which proved to
be a large boat. We arranged to take a
ride in it the next morning, which proved J
to be most delightful. We had fish from
t the Sea of Galilee for breakfast. Our
viait to Shechem was very interesting;
also a climb up Qerixim, which Tfas .far
ahead of the Pyramids.
' Mr. Clark has in a very happy style
| described Capernaum, Damascus, and
many other cities of the Holy Land,
j which we may take occasion at some fui
ture time to produce to our. readers.
That Fumons Ik'lluirc tilit.ss.
London Times.
i It is now about a jear since a general
description of M. de la Bastie's method
of toughening or tempering glass, and
the special characteristics of the material
produced, appeared in our columns. At
that time and for some months subse-i
, quently the process was carried on at M. |
de la Bastie's works at Pont d'Ain, near j
Lyons, upon a small scale only. Having |
thoroughly demonstrated that the pro? |
cess could be carried out, practically and I
commercially, with bothnuccess and profit,
glass works were purchased in which
the production of glass articles for domestic
use had hitherto been carried on
upon the ordinary principles of maptifacture.
These works were arranged to
suit the.new proccss of tempering, and
some two months were consumed In experiments,
which were made with the
view of simplifying 'the. methods of man1
ipulation ax much as possible, and of reducing
the invention to an ordiuary man*
ufacturing process. This M. de la Bas>
tie has succeeded in doing, and the works
were fairly started in February last. A
careful inspection of the works, wliicb, |
through the courtesy of M. do la Bastie,
we were recently able to make, lead* us J
to the conclusion that a more simple and [
with ordinary care, a more certain pro-1
ce?H is not to'be found in the whole circle
of the industrial art*.
Beside* the works of Choiiy le Koi, M.
de la Bastie still keeps his experimental
woks at Pont d'Ain in operation. There,howerer,
the glass in purchased from
makers, and reheated and tempered. At
Pont d'Ain there are in all eleven furnaces,
two single and two double for tfem-1
poring plate gloss and Ave for other kinds
of gla?s. There are also some smaller
furnaces for tempering watch glasses. |
The plates of glass at present tempered
arc of various sire*,-the largest measuring
IS inches by 12 inches; large sizes
will, however, soon be temnered, and new
machinery is in course 01 construction
for that purpose. It is also intended to
put up two furnaces at "P&nt d'Ain for
the manufacture of tempered glass in the
same way as at Choisy. Besides the two
factories of M.-de la'Bastie there 'arethree
others in France at which his pro-1
cess of tempering has been adopted.
These are the extensive glass factories of |
Lvonn. Vierzon. and Kupoervilliers near
I'aric. At these jw^s -M. de la Bastie I
i lia* such ordern Executed aa he receives
and which he Is unable to execute, owin^
. to the present comparatively limited capacity
of his own establishment*. These
are the subsidary arrangement* to which
we alludeU when referring to the necessity
for extending the works at C'boisv.
The proprietors of twelve other works in
1 Franco are now in comrfauuicationwitb
M. dc la Bastie, with the view of adopting
the manufacture of tempered glass
; upon his principle. The tempering
i process has alio t*en introduced into
several countries beside* that whkh gnfre
, birth to its inventor. In Germany, for
, example, there are a number of works at
which tempered glaas is beitfg made
In America it ha* taken
1 good root. The process has been six
months at work in Brooklyn, and haa.
1 been adopted at works'in Pittsburgh and
Boston, and at the Bella!re Works, and
the Wheeling Works, in Ohio, as well as
at other works in smaller cities.
From Monongalia County.
Moiuiahtowk, W. Va., July 14.
EJItonlntclUfeneer:
The Congressional fight has hardly
opened in this district, and as yet no one
seems prominently or conspicuously to
attract attention. Ooff for Governor,
Atkinson, of Kanafrba, for Auditor,
Berkshire for the Supremo Bench, and
Jno. A. Hutchinson for Attorney General;
are certainly oopular favorites for
our State ticket, ana cannot be improved
on. With a popular'and active electoral
ticket, and the rest of the State ticket as
good as those suggested, we ought, and I
Vkvecan win tola fall.
xou*,. 4^ MOKOITOAUA.
Hi ii i?
DUB WORTHIX(4TOM .LETTER.
WflSTHliteTO*,'W. Va., July 11
Editor* InUUi^cmir:
Permit this -part ol the State t6 be
beard from through your paper. The
political situation is being discussed
eery lirely at present. All the Republicans
are perfectly satisfied with the nomnation
of Rutherford B. Hayes for President,
and the only objection the Democrats
urge against him is that he has not
proved himself a reformer. While Got.
Hayes hss not had the opportunity to
prove himself a reformer in every sense,
be had the courage to stand by his country
in its greatest peril. He did not do
bia fighting with l}is pen, bur with his
brave Ohio "boys" on the field of battle.
Neither did he resolte that the war for
the Union was a failure, Ac. If the Republicans
in - other parts of the State are
u earnest as those in this, West Virginia
will be redeemed from Dedxooratic corruption
and misrule. All we want
is a strong State ticket with none but
pure men upon it.
With Nathan UofF, jr., all Republicans
will rally to the call am? completely oust
the BurdettrBennett Ring whicli haw been
preying upon the tax-payer* of- West
Virginia so long.
BQOUia 11 do leit 10 ?ne voice 01 ine
people the present County Court system
woald be buried as one of the' monstrosities
of the Democratic party.
Another burden borne bv the tax-payers
is the preeent system of road work'ing.
A large amount of money is annually appropriated
to keep the public roaus in
repair, but the surveyor*, by working one
or two hands a day, consume all (he
money and do not benefit the roads but
very little. Let us have a Centennial
roadlaw.
The*wheat crop is better than it has
been for several years and this betokens
,a better time coming. Corn looks well.
Old Sol. ha* been doing a hot business.
The thermometer registered 102? in the
shade last week. 8. K. J.
TRAYELEBS' GUIDE.
AMXVAL 01 TBAntS.
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n? ( nil.) 11:40a.m.* 8:51 p. m.* .........:..~.
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o th? I 8:25 a. m. Ii55p.ia. .?.?? ? .?
Unt. O. Dir J 7:40t,nj* 4:45p.m.*.
W.P.4B.D1T. 7:15a.m.* &20p.m.? .. ?
ru? a Pitta I 6:10a.m.* 2:45p.m.*
Or.A Pitta, j. ,L00a<|IU, 5:00pTm.*;
: "Daily except Sunday.
t Daily except Monday.
iStaaMDtllla Accsmmodatloo.?Thla train dur?
ingthadaypaaaee backward and forward between
Martini Ferry and Bcllaire, stopping wben requied
at Sherman Home, JEtuarllJe, Wert Wheeling
nd Qravel H11L
SPECIAL NOTICES.
VTEKVOD8 KXIIAU8TIOX. ? A MEDICAL
il hintj, comprising a arrlca of lrctura delivered
at Kabn'i Muaeum of Anatomy, New York, on
the cause and cure of Premature Decline, ahowin*
indisputably bow tort health*may be regained, affording
a dear tynopeiaof the Impedimenta to marriage,
and the treatment of nerroua and physical
debility, being .the reault of 20 yean' experience.
Price 25c. Addreas the author, Dr. L, J. KAHN,
office and recdcnctfM Eut 10th itreet, New York.
P* . , m t
Specialties for Families.
Coxe'i and H?iaont Heflncd Gelatine*,
Choice Sbarry and Maderia Wlnea.
Corn HUrch, mperlor gnule,
T?ploc?, terr floejuid white.
Pearl B?go; lor puddinga,
Colgate'a Cashmere Boquet Soap,
Colgate'a Honey and Boae Boapa,
Bazlnc'i Barber and Bath Soapa,
Tallman'a Floe Perfamea, .
Farina'a Cologne*,
EnzlUh 5all and Tooth Bruihw,
Buffalo llalr Bnishea,
Rubber Drming Comba,
French Hair Oil* and Pomade*,
Handkerchief Extrtcta,
And all othu Druaift'* Bundriea, at
LAUQHLIN BROTHERS ft CO'S.
de22
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CELEBRATED
PRONOUNCED BY .q EXTRACT'
MX ?f letter from a
CONNOISSEURS Wf MEDICAL t?RN J
'1LEMAN at MadTO
BE TUB HI rai tohla brother at
Mi WORCESTER,
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vnui uwv/ug? ? uTjJ A
CAiipptf RiP|PEItBIM8 that
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.v . 153^-1 / ateemed in InAnd
fcppllctbleto anj i, in my
EVERY VAEIETX^^a!fu,il,la.ifC?eK
of dish.
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,
LEA & PERKINS'
SIGNATURE It on EVERY BOTTLE.
s .
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' NEW YORK.
fJlBUSTEE'S SALE.
Br virtue of a deed of trust made by Albert F.
Hull tod Kite his wlfo, to tbe undersigned tpptee,
bearing date the tth day January, 1975, and recorded
to the Clerk's office of th? County Court of
Ohio county In Deed of Trust Book Wo. 6, pages
179 and 18). I will' #11 at public auction at tne
front door of the Court Bouse of Ohio county, on
TUESDAY, August 9th, 1870,
Beginning at 10 o'clock A. m, of asld dar, the
western half of that lot or parcel of ground lyln?
and being altuated In the addltlou to aald dty of
Wheeling layed out by Michael Urabam, and desig.
natedon the platofaald addition as Lot number
twenty-onct'Jl), with any surplus that may belong
to tbenmr, and tbe three-etory brick dwfell*
Ing, rootalnlni 14 roomi, bath room, water closet,
and all modern conveniences, erected thereon; also
a brick stable with hay loft aisd carriage house, all
tbe Improvements in flrst-claas condition. 8aid
real estate Is situated on the sooth side of Fifteenth
street and, la comparatively new. Title unexceptionable.
. Tkbxs or S4LX?Twc thousand dollars, part of
the purchase money, and aa much more as the purchaaer
may elect to pay In cash oa the dsy of sale;
twelve hundred and forty dollars, another part
thereof, on the 1st dar of April, 1177, and a credit
of fonr years fron said l*it natued date will be allowed
upon any deferred installments of the purchase
money; the purchaser Riving bis notes with
approved fscurlty for said deferred Installments,
with Intend from the day of sale, tbe title to the
property to be retained br the trustee until tbe
purchase money is folly paid.
JAMES?. BOOEBS, Trtute*
W. H. HALLEB. Auctioneer. JyS
'OtJR OWN WATCH.'
Tbe full jeweled, lever Watch, Imported bjr us
directly from Europe, bearing our -firm name, Is
one of tbe best Watches in tbe market. Tbe many
testimonials we have received warrant us In rrc
oramepdlng ll as an accurate, tuadjr, reiuiuw
Watch. Call at 1103 Mala street, for Watches,
pockj. Jewelry, Sp?tado?, Mirer Wan. Ac
Jfli OXTODY A DPKP1F.LD.
Q RAY'S FERRY
PRINTING INK WORKS.
PRATT & ROBINSON,
8 Spruce St., New York.
[ ROBINSON * PRATT,
1 roH 714 Sansoro Bt, Philadelphia.
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A NEW 8T0CR JUST RECEJ VSD.
The 1 radius Eastern and Wtaicrn Dally and
Wefkjj Papers, Fashion and Library Monthllw,
all furnished at publ libers' prices.
gay* C. H. QPIMBT, 1114 Market Hfc
gILVERWARE
S. lb TUBS A 4 DILLOX'S tojjy ml m
the newstyJesof
SILVERWARE.
FIVE CASKS NEW DESIGNS. opcoeJ this day.
which will he sold at GREATLY KEDl'CED
FIHCEB. JyH
\ FINE LOT OF
XX
Youiifir Jkloclclns: Bir<l?
And other FANCY SINGING BIRDS, jort
received and for Kale at the BIRD STORE,
1007 Main Street.
jylO , O. C. GEXTHER.
"qakkrs and family flour?
JJ 100 barrala "Bakm* KIol"
100 u "Our InptriU,"
100 " Battarfly.
100 " Extra and Super,
(or vie at Terr low(?t ratn
Oil HUT, DAVENPORT & PARKS.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Foe cincinnati and in-. fgfr
tebhedlate points. imfik
The floe Pu*n?tr btmmr
A5DE3J ......Cttu. Uutttatuf, tfiMor,
Will Imtc for the nbore and intermediate points
on Tuesday, July IS. at8 o'clock r. u. For frvl^t
or wusart apply on board or to
jylT^ C H. BOOTH A CO., Agents.
jlott saleftiuare
19 lo the city of Wheeling, bounded by
Jacob, Water, 41it tod fid streets, known ai the
Samuel Ott property, containing about-three acres.
One larxc Mansion House, Brick Tenement and
btaldc on the property; Street can pan tbe property.
For terms, Ac., applrto
aluerson a pabll,
Jy 17 1100 Market Street
gase ballquickstep,
of Wilmington, da, vs.
standard, at Fair Grounds, Tuesday,
JnlylSth. Game called at4 p.m. Admission
25c. Ladies free. jy!7
* The latest Styles and Designs in
JEWELRY
Con be found at
LOUIS DECHEBFS
J JJ1W JUJUKT STOBBj
1607 Market Street.
j^oticeWhereas,
ccrtalo dUntlifled parties bare circulated
a malicious report which hiu the teodcDcy to
lirlOf{ Into disrepute (be food namo *e hare hitherto
borne, we, tho undersigned, do hereby jire
notice to all persons girlog credance to all such
Mich false rutnors and holdlog clafcna flfti&st the
the firm to present them lor settlement.
Thanking the public for their past patronage,.we
respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
HAMILTON A McGRANAHAX,
Contractors and Jobber* in Brick Work.
jyn . i
WE3LEYAN FEMALE INSTITUTE,
8TANT0N, VA.
Begins its 37th annual aealon September 21st,
1876. Ranka among the first Virginia Schools lor
young ladles. Twenty-three teacnen and officers.
Modern Languages and Music taught by European
and American teachers. Located mid-way between
the mountains in the bcautilnl Valley of Virginia.
Most Invigorating climate, hr-ffuned for health.
Pupils coming here with feeble coniUtutidna,generally
restored. Buildings elegant, fanned by
pureat mountain breezes, commanding magnificent
scenery; altogether, one ol the most delightful College
homes in tho Union. Simplicity In drees,with
Boat uniform required. No unnecessary expense
allowed.
Board and tuition in College course for scholastic
year 5240. For catalogue* address
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Dealers In all kinds of Lead. Wrought and Cast
Iron Pipes, Sewer IIpes and Chimney Tops, Steam
and Water Gauges, Siphon Pumpa, halety Valrca,
Bath Tuba, Sinks, Ac. Sole Agents for the
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE.
VOrders from country promptly filled.
]y?7 WHEELING, W. VA.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
la i ufc and crrUln remedy for Cholera.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
Is a positive rare for Diarrhea.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
Is a prompt and iuto cure for Summer Complaint.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
I* the only remedy for Dysentery and I'lux.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
Quickly relieves griping Pains and Colic.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
Iyued?lth perfect safety and success by old and
young.
Eevery Traveler and Tourist should be provided
with a bottle pf
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
Iaaold with a guarantee?NO CUKE, NO PAY.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
I* sold by all Druggist* and Dealeri In Medkinee.
Kraft's Diarrhea Compound
lias never failed in a tingle case.
R. A. McCABE & CO., Proprietors,
Jyl7 WHEELING, W. VA.
PUBLIC SALE
Of Valuable Building Lots In the
City of Wheeling.
A Fins Opportunity for Investing In City
Property.
The undcnlgncd will oiler frr aale at public auction.
in front of the Court llotuc in ibe city Of
Wheeling, on
SATURDAY, the 22d day of July, 187G,
the following desirable building lota In said city,
iltuated in the Hghth Ward, via:
No. 7 iquftrc 29, Ironting on Fifth itreet.
No. 8 *|uare 2>, N. E. corner Fifth and Elm SU.
No. 2 oiuare SO, fronting on Fifth itreet, between
Elm aod Willow.
No. n iqaare SO, iroqticg on Fifth street between
Hm and Willow. .
No. 7 tqaare in, fronting on Sixth itreet.
No. 8 square 30, N. K. corner of fflxth and Locuit
itreet*.
No. 1 iquaro 37, S. E. corner Sixth and Locuit
itrreta.
. No. 2 square 37, fronting an 8!xth itreet and adjoining
No. 1.
Alio the following Iota in the Seventh Ward,
Zane'i Iiland:
No. 6t fronting on Broadway, west aide.
, No. ? fronting on Broadway, weat aldo.
No. 80 fronting on York itreet, ea?t tide.
No. W fronting on York itreet. weat itde.
No. 96 N. W. corner of Virginia and York Ml
No. 91 fronting on Virginia atreet, north aide.
No. 98 fronting on Virginia itreet, north aide.
No. J 02 fronting on Huron atreet, cut aide.
No. 103 fronting on Huron itreet' eait aida.
No. 111 fronting on Huron itreet, w?t aide.
No. 115 fronting on Huron atreet, weit aide.
No. 126 fronting on Walaah atreet, eat aide.
No. 127 fronting on Walauh atreet, etit aide.
No. 132 fronting on Wabaih atreet, weat aide.
No. 141 fronting on Virginia, north ilde.
No. 141 "N. E: corner of Virginia and Wabaah
itreeti.
Th? attention of persona desiring to tmrchaie loti
for t ho punHM* of building upon them, a* well
at thoee who deaire to inveat with a tiew to
the future riae in firlcw and ralue of Wheeling pro*
rerty,4a particularly called to thla opportunity for
investing.
The lota arc all well drained and eligibly ijiuated.
A clear title with uiual covenant! will be
given.
Ttuuui?One* fourth in hind, the iolance In one.
two and three ojual annual. payment* evidenced
by the boodiof th* purchater and secured by lien
ou (he property mid.
Wtf. D. CABELL,
A. MOGUL, Jr.,
At XcLure Home, for estate of CoL Chaa. Ellct, Jr.
dale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m.
jj!7 J. W. 3IITCHKLL. Auctioneer.
C. OGLEBAY &S0NS
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
GREAT PATENT
Silver Lake Flour
We are informed that a Flour hu been
ol]?red to the trade and represented to be
the same tu "SICVEB LAKE" under a
different brand. Tbii Flour is sold in this
market under no other brand than the'
"SILVER LAKE," aa we have exclusive
control of the Floor oa well m the brand.
C. OGLEBAY & SONS.
)jrl5
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
MOUWJSVILLF., BELUIRK AND WHEELING.
PHAETON, . IBP?.fc
W*. Dnxov, Mulct, *
Thla Pasengvr Steamer, ha?log extendi her
tripi to Moundxvllle, will cwnmesc* running on
Wednesday, July l?, on the following One table,
Wheeling time:
Leare Moundtrille.....-^. ?..^.?.7K)0 a. m.
" l.oo r. u.
burn Wheeling ?ittOU a.m.
M " ... ..,...,r.,ROO r. x,
The trawling public can NaasureJ thi* Fatfenger
Steamer will be ran od itrict advertlMd time,
topping only at regular way atatiofai, arriving at
all pointa on time. Freight and paaage aa low ai
by any other line. Jyl8
JU9T RECEIVED.
Another lot of
ELEGANT SILVER WARE
. jcst BscrrrKD.
Suitable for Bridal Prmnts.
AT REDUCED PRICES. .
HENNEGEN, BATES A CO.,
. 1154 Main Street.
J;'<
J FRIEDEL 4 CO.
Have jiut received another big itock of
FRUIT JARS & JELLY GLASSES,
At Terr low prieei.
jyis 1H0 iUa amrt.
TMCTnttE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER
r
From large stock of New and Handsome
Patterns of Mouldings at ^
McLURVHOUSE ART STORE. v
jy!5 E. L. NT COLL.
, JJECEIVBD AND FOR SALE
1 Timothy and Clovkb Bod,
Cor*, Oats ajtd Hat,
Roofixg Slate.
DODSON BR08.,
No. 1603 MtJa SL and 1503 8oulli 8L
mi2 .
SOLDAN;
Boltler 0/ ntuburth Alt J, Porter. Emm Skmf,
and Etymann't Lager Beer,
No. 1711 EOFF HT.
Orders can be left ?t John Frxnkhouaer'i, opposite
I'oBttifflcv, sod at Julius Lohv'? Saloon, on
Market St, and will retire prompt attention.
nyt7 .
gROWN'B OALLERT.
Best Cards only $2 00 a Dozen.
One 8-10 Photograph $1 00..'
my!7 12% MaRKKT ST. .
JONEPH KLAPHECK,
PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER.
The Cheapest, New eat and La tut Styles,
CARPETS.
No. 72 TwtlffclU Odd Fallows' Han.
A DIES' AND MISSES'
BRACE AND SMRT SUPPORTER COMBINED.
ONLY 75c, at the
GLOVE, SUSPENDER 4 SHOULDER BRACE
MANUFACTORY,
Je29 1812 Market, St, below Poatoffice.
GREAT REDUCTION
IK
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
At tho Old Eitabliahal Hooae of
c. :p. brown,
1207 Market Htreet,
jy3 Opposite McUire House.
piIOTOORAPII COPYING AND
Enlarging from Old Pictures,
Done in the Best Style and tie Cheapest in
the City.
BROWN'S GALLERY?MABE*T ST.
Je8
GEri
UEW HAT,
For the "BIO FOURTH,"
lE^EEID'S,
1222 MARKET STREET.
jc30
PICTURE f RAM ES
Mads to Order la Any Deilred Style,
AT
ihiNRY FLOOD & CO?8?40 Tw?lfth8t
fe18 ' '
THE OLD STAND
ft still the pIace*to find
CHIJISrA.
GLASSWARE,
i. ?
And Queensware,
In Urge quantities and at Low'Pricei, at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. L.HOBBS, SON & CO.,
No. IMS N>la Streit.
in?30
jyj ILLS, FREW 4 CO., ^
BOOJi BINDERS
?AJID?
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
SAri prepared at all times, with the best material,
fill ordara tor Blank Boob, mch as art used by
inks, Counties, CorporaUona, Railroads and
Merchant*, upon short ootica, and la the most d??
rirable and workmanlike nsaaner.
Having all thalatest and asoetiiaprovad machinery
we feel confidant that we wUl render entire sat*
UflCtlon to ?ll who f?rnr na with th*i* nrAmm
Manic, Muaxinc* and ~Periodl<*li oi" rrary d*
criptlon bound in a mat tod durable minner.
MILLS, FREW t CO.,
tetlnlll FMritMtk It.
lUcll . WHEWJHH. w. VA
QNDERTA.KEE8-'
FKIKND& SON.,
1063 Mils Btr?st.
Jel7
JJKDERTiKINQ.
COFFINS,
From tb? Cbttpaat Prk? to tk* Floaly Oraunantad
CASKET.
Beit llctraa isd Hacki landihii
_ , N ZIS* 4 80K,
Furnltnij and Ckrpat Boon*, North ad Centra
0 heeling MuktC- k-SJr?
NEW ADV?RTI8EA
BARGAJNS THI
GEO. R. TAYL
* .? I
v . . . . .
; * .
Wilh lh6 View of Closing Oi
* . '*.
Black Iron Grenadines,
? r . * .
Sorina and Si
u
; . - . if :,i' . "* '
And
SUMMER
We Have Marked Down a
THIS "W
Our Entire Stock of
DESIRABLE
At Prices
1
Murh I p?s<s than Host
GEO. R.
je!3
"Standard White Le
BEYMER, BAUIV
COBRODEKS AND MANDFA
STRICTLY PXTKB A7
RED LEAD, ORANGE
POTTERS' LEAD, ZINC PAINT
OUR GUARANTEE
Fac-almUe of Metal Tablet attached to eTery
Package of oar Brand.
Awarded tho Cold Medal l?reliiiiini. Norn
men's Industrial Institute overall competitors for i\
price is as low as that of any other. Corroder. Or d
Office, No. 42 Filth AT*f adjoining EXCIIA
SOLE AGENTS IN WHEELING, LOGAN, Ii
^ _ . . . __ I rtTATI
HUKSt IVIAKKtl|g^v
McKui
?A*l>? J<lUcbaj
".i ton b
. . with.
band.
General Stock Ageucy ??
fei
By Tit
signed b
CtUK, o
Rules and R*gulatlons ol tha Wheellr.g Horse County
Market and Stock Agtncj. akfoers,
, bidder,i
l?t AU stock sold by this Agcncy tola-as repre- COanlJ[l(
hdt?l or money refunded, mod the hlgh< at bidder Ml
to be the buyer. Tlio foil
Id. All boraea offered for sale and pTOre not ai Wb?dir
represented by the owner, If told and returned, yi
will be charged with the cemmierion. o,m /j<
Id. deposit will be required of til lmj en whea j..w 0f i
tho property Is knocked down to them. to the i
<tb. All horses aold it public auction wVU bq sub* the c]
J?t to trial until 4 o'docic p. and If not ai repr*- trultM<
rated by the auctioneer art returnable and the .n -neh
money will be refunded. S tho n
Bth. Thii Agency will not be retpona able tor xv-i
stolen or mortgaged property. The telle r will at mare M
.all time* be made known to the buyer, am 1 where ,i_. ln.
any doubt exlata a searching investigation will be ^jfar(at
-Z2; " ?the
property la to be advertised ln our reguli x Catalogue
sale*. w H
7th. A commission of 98 00 will be charged on all . . '?
alea of horses under 9l00,andA per cent atldl tlonal
on all sums orer lltO; same on wagons, be ggiea. yf'n,CJ
harness 6c., unless under 940, then 10 per ect it will
be the commission.
s
BATES OP BOiBDIHO HOBS1& Bl"eW
Sixty centi par day for droTeboraea or bone* 1 or n .
Bale; ?i oopar day for horaathat a* itquiwd to B""
be bandied or excrdaed nod broke?.
I will keep careful and attentiro grooms, tn?l apk
horaea left in my cara will havo proper care and at- ri'fr,
umtlon and handled pro pari r, baa will not bo r?- meni?1
prmrihla fnr
Partiea ha ring property to offer wfH recdre
prompt attention by addieannc BITTER,
A L. BURLEY,
gASPEM MONTHLY FOR AUGUST.
NEW NOVELS IN ON SATURDAY. Tjfr
STAKTON * DAYENPOET,
)r? <4 Twitira aremtr. "rSh
J^ASD OIL.
Tm tOTU Prete* Otitic ?itn *lot?r
atnlned. Jolt received by Or atlP
1 ?M UHT, DAf EKPOBT & PARK*, of Fl
IENT6.
S; WEEK.
OB & CO.
,J?." \''7? .>' .
' /'*? ' "
.Co . :?"
jt Our Stook of
. ' . *
u v.V?. - V ' *
/.. :.< A* ' '
jmirier Suitings*
SILKS,
nd Will Offer ^
t i
rEBK
These
GOODS
of Importation.
TAYLOR & CO.
jad Works."
IAN & CO.,
CTUBEBS OF
7HITE LEAD;
MINERAL,
V PUTTY & COLORS.
aber, 187ojbr the fcittobargh Tradei
leBeot WhlteLeud. Jg!~On
!er* Nollcitcd.
NGE NATIONAL BANK.
PITTSBURGH, PA.
1ST A ID. jc28*oil
5 OP WE8T VIRGINIA, 01I!0 COITfl
USD COUNTY COUBT.
. Mcl{ulty, -with W. A.I
It j her husband,
TO. '
1. Ewlng, Jr., Blabeth
dm, with W. R. Ukharder
buaband, Marjr Blggi
Famca H. Blgri bcr hn?- In Chanrar.
Emm* E Peck with Wm,
?r huafaand, June H. ?wd
Kale Ewlng, bdraatlaw
illam Ewlng, dccM, and
Ewlng, widow of the add
Ewlng, dee'd.
tnh of Ihn anthnrltv TMtxl In tha nn.tw
y a decree entered la the above trnttUe
n the? day of June, 1878, in the. sal
Court, the undersigned, ipedal Commh
111 sell at publle auction, to tba hjxhei
it the (rant door o! the Court Houm olObl
Wert Virginia, on
MIDAY, the 24th day ot July, 1178,
owing Aenribed real crtatev altuated e
g Island, in the city ?/ Wheeling, titate <
rglnU, that la to uy: Lota numbered lortj
i)jfortj>-four (44), and the westerly on
lot number forty-nte (45), in that addltto
:lty of Wheeling known u the addltic
:tjr of Wheeling Ji Id out by Henry Moon
if the estate oTEbeneaer Zene, decease*
pareela u may beat subscrte the lnterea
artiea.
i of 8aut?One-third in hand, and ai mue
the bidder may desire to pay; the remali
wo notes at nine and eighteen months, wH
from the day of atie, to be secured In jnc
as may be'satlrfacto to the Oommladot
He to be retained until the purchase moot
id. DANIKL PECK tod
JOHN o. PENni.RTOK
tfp^a] Comml*ioDm.
HALLKR, Auctioneer, j?U>
ILDWZLL, A.X. SKlTn, A.K.?rKVWBO
Prtt'L Brewer. Managci
IMITH & CO.,
en, Maltsters & Hap Dealer!
* thonrofhlf" rfooratfJ the WhreUi
r, and changed ita entire management I
ng a Joint Stock Company, and piadng U
UlTH In charge of the Brewing L>epat
e are new prepared to furnhh
SMITH'S CELEBRATED
, PALE & KEXNETT ALES, PORTER. *<
p to the standard which haaVrttofore gin
eh extenalre reputation.
pectfoUj aobdt your pctron^e^ ^ ^
THESE IS A THOUSAND DOLLAI
ear loat Br each Hall Company not u^i
STWOQIf NAIL PLATE SHEAR FEE)
re will eell the Atent for thi United Stat*
and Factory rlghta.
irtbef particular* anqnlre of
BDWABD WE8TWOOD,
No. 1108 McCollech 8L| Eighth Ward.
. Wotvood'a Meat Hull, aouth?eaat cora
(th Ward Market Houss. Jail
DRY COODS.
CLOSING OUT SALES
OK MY
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
?or? "
DRYGOODS:
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
Real A No. I Bargains for Cash,
SPRING DRESS UOODS?Sold rtjuJ
lew of Cort.
lil.AlN UOMAI'IBM-AI anil bUo,
Colt, to clow them out.
All SUMMER DRESS OOODS-At uj
below Coat.
WHITE GOODS AND EUBRUIDKBY
?AtNew Yorkprieea...
SHEETING AND SHIRTING MUSL1S
?Cheaper than eve? before.
MEN'S AND BOYS' CA.S3IMF.RE-A; '
Big Drive".
large lot ol REMNANTS OF DRESS
GOODS, with a grtat-variety of othn
gooda, ?re have put on our
CHEAP COUNTER,
To which we wonlil invito the attention o! if
the Ladiea.
Oooda will be sold reganllea* ot Coit,
Give me a call.
HENRY ROEMER
Jr'^
GRAND
Closing Out Sale
-OF
Un Y UUUUvi
IN ORDER TO REDUCE STOCK
I
We will commence this morning to sell
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
AT AN
' .
1
EnormousReduction
' >
CALL EARLY
AND 8ECUBE YOUR
*
BA RC A I NS
.
AS THIS IS
!
' A GENUINE SALE
i
-OF- 5
First Glass Goods
i
SELDOM OFFERED.
'C.T.BRUES,
1132 Main Street.
jyii - _ ;
.. Red, White and Blue
d . 7
d
!t 3000 YARDS RED, WHITE 4 BLTE jj
io
C-A^ICO,
)t
r- For Decorating yonr Homes ou the romit?
f FonHh.
n
ID
Il JUiliA'O UAU/.r.
i undershirts,
il
At 37&0 each, worth $1 00.
BATES HILL
" bedspreads'
Large ilze, reduced from $2 00 to $ 12-'L
QVINET3 BEST HAND-LOOM
5 BLACK SILKS,
1
At $1 CO, $2 00 suit %i 60, Hut >" "?ri
below .their value.
i.,
" REDUCTION IN
? Dress Goods,
?. All orer 37X and 50c Plaidi down to&
to close.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
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