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MOM>AY. JWLAUY U 1*77.
KedticltFrtLntc*! Xiiuut tlie lilccHon
lu LoulMana.
'11. V. It." the reliable letter writer of
the Cincinnati Commercial, whom the
Detnocrnt* occasionally praise, publishes
n letter in Saturday's paper in which he
make* Home very important declarations
in regard to the vote in Louisiana, ilo
open* hid letter a* follow* :
1 went to Louisiana inclined to the belief
that the Democrat* bad curried that
Btate by ho large a majority that whatever
intimidation there might have been
would not account for it ax it i?, that the
majority wax larger than the number of
vote* they had gained by Hull-doiing,"
Yet 1 had not the least partisan bin* one
way or the other, uiul wax only desirous
to get the exact truth to tho reader, without
reference to which party it hurt, or
who squealed. The result of my investigation*
were that Louisiana is a Republican
State by from ten to eighteen thousand
when the election is perfectly free,
full and fair?that is, on National issue*.
But on State issues, although Ropublican,
the majority It wmall, and might be
overcome by perfectly fair mean*. For
instance, there are a great many colored
men of intelligence anil property in Louisiana,
and it is no uncommon thing for
them to vote with the whites on local
State issues.
Uut when it comes to the Presidency,
Hayes and Tildcn for instance, I am well
satisfied that a free, fair election would
give the State to Hayes, a* I aiu that
Pennsylvania is for llayes. Yea, in proportion
to the voting population, Louisiana
is more of a Republican .State than
Pennsylvania.
1 wish there was iome way to have the
election over ngain, with such protection
and safeguards as would cause every
man to vote bis honest sentiments. All
would then be willing to* abide by the re*
null, and would accept tho decision as
final, hi) far sw this Presidential election
in lhat Slate in concerned, Individually
1 care very little whether 11 ay en or Tililen
goes in, but 1 have the keenest desire
that whoever does go in, nhal! lie there
fairly, and the framework of our government
not impaired.
While this is true, yet I am convinced
that I laved in the man who in elected. 1
believe he would have carried Louisiana
an certainly an he carried Vermont, if the
election?and the conduct of the voters
firevious to the election?hail been a*
air in the former State ax in the latter.
Mr. Ktdfield comment* on the character
of thenews that Inn been i?ent all
over the country from New Orleans, and
lie calls particular attention to this important
fact?viz?that the testimony
taken before the Democratic House Committee
Uoch not show that a single Democrat
lout hi* life, whether white or black.
It wan always a Republican that was
killed. We quote what lie nays on this
point:
"You will observe that there was not
a single murder ot a Democrat, whether
white or black, while in the. pariah of
Ouachita alone theritlc club* killed a
dozen in the process of carrying the election.
In that pariah there were tivo
armed rille clubs, who rode about killing,
wounding and whipping Republican**,
breaking up their meetings, and instituting
a reign of terror for campaign purposes.
The evidence in overwhelming.
1 doubted until J could doubt no longer.
Hut did armed bodies of organized black
rilleclubR go nltont killing black Democrats
and breaking up their meetings in
. Orleans Parish or ebewhere! No.
not Huflicient intimidation of black
Democrats to make , any dtttorence
with the result; mind you, right
in Orleans parish, where the House C'oininittcc
is lindinu that .-o many black
Democrats were "threatened," and which
testimony goes to the country daily by
the Associated Press?right in that
parish the Democrat* made immense
gains ! But in the live parislres where
tiie itapubiiram wero murdered, whipped
and terrorized, the Republican vote fell
oil' tremendously. In East Feliciana,
where they usually poll near two thous*
ami vote*, there were but three cast 1
Now if the House Committee can show
any such falling ofT as tins in the Democratic
vote where the black Democrats
were abused and "threatened" by those of
their own color, then will they make out
a fair cane of set-ofi*.
Mr. Kedtield makes no claim on behalf
of the negroes in the way of their being
too good, or anything of tlial sort, to at>
tempt ball-dozing. On the contrary he
Bay* that "the negro in a natural 'intiini*
da tor." "They are more prescriptive and
intolerant toward one of their race who
acts with the Democrats than are the
whites."
"II they dared, they would make short
work of what few black Democrats there
are in the South. But there are so very few
of thin class that, should the black Radicals
kill them all, it would make little
difference withthe general result."
But It is of Louisiana alone that we are
shaking. The case there in simply this:
The white riflt* clubs murdered and intimidated
in five parishes Hullicient to
change the result, whereas all the intimidation
of blacks by blacks in Orleans
parish and elsewhere did not inakc the
difference of a hundred volits. Because,
in the very parish of Orleans, where the
blacks are most bold ami prescriptive,
and whore we have Lite developments of
black intimidation before the House ,
Committee, the Democrats make large
gains! Now, compare the vote of Or- |
leans pariah with the live bull-dozed |>ar- ,
l'hes and you will see where the intnui- (
Am\qu was and its iflect. The figures ,
tell t\.??Htory, evea was there not a word (
oiothtt testimony. ,
It is \xw9 that {he blacks are proscriji- ,
tiveand intolerant towards those of their (
own color wV.o, from choice, act with the (
Democratic patty. The reason that this
does not effect the general re?ul I is be- ,
cause where the elections and campaigns
are perfectly free and fair, there is not
to exceed one in Uo hundred of the
blacks, who will of their own accord act '
with the Democratic party. Of course
their abuse and intimidation by those of
their own color is a crime, but it does not
afreet the general result of eleciiou?. In t
all 1/misiana thore are not one thousand
colored men who would freely and ol
their own accord vote for Tilden against !
Ilayes, if let alono by both sides, and no
means used to convince and convert them
other than arc used in Ohio.
Thin statement of Mr. Red field as to 1
the natural disposition of the colored peo- '
plo throughout the United States to vote
' the Republican ticket accords with the
observation of all intelligent and unblaaed
people. The policy of the Know Nothing
party was not half so effectual in
driving Irish Catholics almost solidly
into the Democratic party as has l>een
the policy of the latter party in the work
of solidifying the colored people on (lie
side of Republicanism. As well expect
Ilugenots to be Catholics as colored people
to be Democrats. The latter have
made themselves the natural enemies of
the colored race in this country. No
right that the negro enjoys docs he owo
to tho Democracy. They grudged hiui
both his freedom and his elective franchise.
Therefore he owes (Item nothing,
ulln tho 8outh only rotes with the par
ty, an be himself expressively says, for
the itake ot "shelter." Only this and
nothing wort.
Out leaeoa why it would bt lo much
bettetfor the country that Hayes should
become President for tht next lour years
is that hi* success would di*coorage and
possibly break up the late campaign
style of dealing with the negro voter in
the South. The rifle club* would come to
the conclusion that their method |iad
failed of uncceis. They would MT that
it had been trpoatd to the eye* of the
world and very generally condemned.
They would therefore conclude that new
tactics were uecewnry in the future, and
accordingly they would be apt to initiate
a new departure by dropping the color
line in politic! and making friends of the
negro in local election*.
If|lfayes becomes President he wil^
labor, wo doubt not, to give the country
a thorough reform in the South, lie will
attempt what General Grant attempted
when he put Ackermao, of Georgia, in
his Cabinet, madeUeneral Longstreet Collector
of Customs at New Orleans, and
sent Orr milliliter to Russia. But he
will have on his side a more propitious
condition of affairs than General Orant
had. Time and an .other defeat hate
perceptibly prepared tho way for a more
successful ex periment in the .Sonth. A
different class ol men are about ready lo
join hands with lluyes in case he comes
into power. Jfc will call around him not
only the Longstrcets, Footer, Alcorna and
Ackermans of the old regime of the
South, but nlohg with them such men an
Hill, Luiuivr and Stephens?iu fact all
SoulhuriuTM who, like Toombi, are absolutely
not irreconcilable. The accession
of hucIi humi under a moderate and con*
servative President like Hayes would in*
sure pence and proit|icrily to the South.
Life would become seenre and the old
rancor of oolor line politics and feuds
would die out.
'I'll? W ay the Gas Companies
have fleeced the People.
The newspapers all over the land are
hammering away on the gas question,
and little tfplittle they arc bringing to
light facto which show the enormous
profit* of Ran manufacture.
In 1809 the New York State Assembly
appointed a committee, consisting of
seven members, to make inquiry of and
concerning the gas companies in the city
and county of New York, the city of Buffalo,
the city of Brooklyn and the city of
Albany.
Testimony of the President of the New
York (ias'light Company: "Surplus
(our to live millions of dollars?the last
sale I know of I bought the stock myself,
and paid $1100 for it, and thought ii was
cheap. Q. What is the par value? A.
$60; $300 for $100, which means $3,000,000
for the whole property.
F. U. Newcomb testified that his dividend
on his mock for 1808 was fifty per
cent.
Manhattan Clan Light Company .?"Increased
its capital at different periods
from $33,000 to $4,000,000, giving to the
stockholders certificate* of indebtedness,
$1!,000,000, on which they receive 7 per
cent interest, beside their dividends on
capital of $4,000,000," the percentage of
which the Pseflident* memory was too
fetblo ta testify to definitely, but "thought
it must have been at least half a million
of dollars."
"Joseph Lampson testified to having
received for several yearn 50 per cent
dividends, and one share of new stock to
three of old stock. Htock worth $300 jtcr
share, par value, $100."
Harlem Cias Company?"Par value of
stock S50: Hcr?t> dividend, on new sharp
to three old, per cent; stock sells (or
?195."
Citizen*' Gaa Company, of Brooklyn?
"Par value of stock, $20; Hells for $lt50."
Albany (jas Company?"l'ar value of
stock, $20; nella for $13o."
Buffalo Clan Company?"Par value of
stock, $o0; sells for $125."
Brooklyn Gas Light Company?"Capital,
$2,000,1)00; par value of hlock, $25;
sells for $240."
The New York Herald gives some comparative
statistic* between the cost of
making gas with ami without the addition
of naphtha. A letter from the President
of one gaa company to the President
of another company on this subject
is as follows:
Pear Sir?In answer to the Inquiries
regarding the udoption of the new process
at these works, you c;in make the following
statements:
That 1 have watched for years the various
experiments marie with naphtha
and petroleum for making and enriching
gas, feeling from its great economy it
must come into general use, and after a
long and thorough investigation, I have
adopted the new proce?*. We have been
f. ??? uiiMin miiiuiiv ttllY ITUUUIC
ami ditlicnlty. It has saved us money
from (he day it was put up, and I am
mo.ro convinced than ever that the whole
city must adopt it an a protection against
competition, Ac.
LETTKB from AN ENGINEER To a I'rbd*
DENT.
My Dear Sir?in reply to your request
for information as to the advantage
resulting from the manufacture of gas
from naptha of those works under the
new process 1 have the pleasure of certifying
to our entire satisfaction therewith.
After sixteen months of trial we have ,
found the gas less liable to condensation
at low temperature and more easily
maintained at a given illuminating power
than i* coal gas.
Under no exposure or circumstances
lias our gas shown any evidences of stratification.
Its manufacture requires no !
specially skilled labor, the ordinary gas (
works employes being competent to at- i
lend the now process. As to economy in j
manufacture, our records show a reduction
in labor of nearly one-half our force,
x large saving in coal and a liberal reaction
in wear and tear of apparatus !
?nd in the use of purifying agonts, all of 1
which contribute to make the oil gas (
niich cheaper when placed in the "holders"
than coal gw, while our experience
?roves it to be acceptable to the cou- ]
miner.?.
kito.m the lnuinkek to a president.
Comparison of two days' running on
lie old and new process:
^BRi'orr A (old ruoci ts)
Punnd*.
*4ik".UK coal, per ton .. 61,"JO ;
itltehft coal, st 52t per ton....'.? .. - ?JU ,
tuul ol cdfll .u.cm 1
L'ubic Kvt of ui uyulollu ?4
Ziibia foot of gas to ton. 11,1 SO
Cubic Iwjt of ru to pound 4?'J
llaldtu to action...^. ~~~ 43
SW ,',w cubic feet (Mats) ?75 '
Uuidlo lxj*er..M..^...u..M 15
" roar d(3*kw raocEas). i
Coking ml1 at is per,0n (pounds) 50.000 1
Gallon* ol Ml'Ust*at 3?'c per inlloD .... 4*0
fete eri o( *a, tn'
Cubic f.wt of jpu |*r 4,.. 1G 703 '
Cubic f?t ol K*I \m .iSr; ?
lutoru In ?ctTon_7.^>d-,,~? ~~ ,
goat of gu per l.ooo **" i
C unite power ~7.y{ (cents)?.?. {j J
Percentage in fAror of
rcul) Si-.- J*. (P? lfM, ,
On material alono the ^ i
bring It down to (per ?nt?.!.n^ W,U w 1
another retort from **x*llixrru
Old Process?Carboniied 4i*? |
coal, produced 4,4116,600 feet of (a,. 0 I
age yield per pound of coal, 4.(& t.
illuminating power, 10.01 candles. ' ;
New Process?Carbonized 192} tons *>i
coal, naphtha, gallons; produced!1,
4,309,500 feet of gas; average yield per
pound of coal, 10.12 feet; illuminating
power, 18.69 candles. '
additional report from an enoinxlk.
The following glows the daily yield,
with CAM, oi htm proce** tar n number of I
d?j?:
ffi, J. '-tX fimVM !
u.utt w iSrio) fVfto "ssj
J... 18,400 K 10ion 10 M at
8.. 19.440 of MM?> 10 31 MU
4 ..17,450 MO 188,WO 10.49 89
0... 19,000 517 133.CW 10 18 WU
G...17.IU) 517 179,000 10.40 89K
7 ...17,100 517 182.700 IOCS 88
8-.14.23U ea 188,809 10.79 40 ,
3 ...17,101 5 '.'J 1I7,!'J0 10 90 34 '
10...1S.VO0 C02 131,70) 10 91 40 1
11...14,700 517 , UK,40m lain 41
12...1M00 471 151,700 10.11 41
lJ-ie^ iVi . lsu.b'jo iu.m 40
In the foregoing operations the coal
gaa and oil gu were produced on wnarate
oenchea and the pro<luct mixed In the I
holder*. Adding the co*t of labor, the
Kice of the gu per 1,000 cable feet will
lifty odd cent*, showing conclusively
that by mean* of the oil procoaa alone
gan, for lewt than $1 per 1,000 feet, all
expenses included, may be made.
Till grand jurjr of Ouornsey countr,
receutly found a bill againat Daniel Old*
liatn for inceit in marrying his *tep- i
mother. The amorou* youth ua* lied the
country.?Sarnenille, O., Enterprise.
And yet tho law will allow a man to
marry hi* brother'* widow, a nearer relation
than bin father'* widow. A man
and hi* brother are of identical blood;
a man and hi* father bnt of half blood.
It waa Bumble who Raid "the law'* an
a*1." ^
METCALF.?At four o'clock bundav morning,
December 81,1874, Kit.UK Hatt- daughter of the
UitJmph A. end alary ft. Metflf.
Funeral Tuesday afternoon at hall-past one
o'clock. P/ionda of tha family are Inrltcd to attend.
FECIAL. NOTICES.
Specialties for Families.
Coae'a and NaiauD's JUflnnl (JalaUuta,
Choice Sherry and Maderla Wines.
Ctorn Htarrh, Superior icrmle.
Tapioca, eery nnraid while,
I'oarl Sagu, fur puJdlnflS,
Colgate'* Caahmere BoquHHoap,
Colgate's Honey and RiweHnnjw,
Bail oe'aBarto and Bath tape,
Tallnuu'a line IVrfumes,
Farlna'i Colognes,
Koxliah Nail and Tooth Bruabe^ ^
Buftlo Hair ft-uahrs, I
Kuhber brewing Com!*,
French Hair Oil* and Pomade*,
Handkerchief Katnicta,
And all other Dru|flat'adundrie*,at
LAUOHLIN UR0WILMS A COT
d(3
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
OTUELT COMIUgUOXUL ;
E pi row firm lioixci F1 eaae announc . that
I will th* a candidate for (be office of Street ComuilsMuulr
at tbo eiuulug Municipal LUctimi.
J?27 ANPHEW H. PKITT.
?111Y bEBOEANT.
Mitels. Editors?Please announce tlio unditi
nicnfil u a randldato for tbe offlee of City SorSaut,
aubject lo the decision of the IWjniblIcnii
ty Contention, khould ono be held.
de5* 1>. NF.<HfTT.
/11TY bEUGEANT.
Mkmm. El)lTOia-PIww\ announce that 1 will
baa candidate for tbe ofllcw of City Pc-rKcaut at
(becoming Municipal Election, and oblige 1
di4 * eked. hc semen. ;
?jir\* clekk.
miasm Editors?Pleiw announce Fit an k
JOHNSON aa a candidate for the office of City
Clerk at the euauing Charter Election, ami obllgr
dc21 MANY FRIENDS
gTKBET COMM InS IUN E1L I
Mrssas. Editor*? Pleaw announce the name of i
ItOHKKT JUNKINS, Pollcrman, aa a candidate
for the office of Htreet Commissioner at Ibe coming <
Charter Election, and oblige
dell* MANY VOTERS.
Q1TY HEItUEANT? ,
Editor.* Intri.i.mkkckr:-At the rarn?*t ?ollcltatiun
of many friend*. 1 b? leave to annour.ee
tliut 1 will Im> a candidate for City Bergtant at the
coming January election.
dH9 frTACK HAMILTON.
STREET COMMISSIONER? t
I announce myself an a candidate for the office
of Street Commissioner, aubject to the decision of
the City Democratic Nominating Contention.
_del5 RQBfirr CIIAWFOKP. ,
01ty hekoeant. '
mxmm. Editor*?PIea*e announc* the name of ,
STEPHEN Kll'LEY i? a candidate for thaotBc*
of City hcrgcant at tie coming Charter Election, 1
and oblige i
_tlet>? MANY YOTEK&
A NNOUNCEMENT?CITY hEHUEANT.
At the request of many friends. I hereby announce
uijtelf aa a candidate fur the ofliceof City
t'ergt ant, at thu ensuing Charter Election.
doll" I'.ORT. COWAN. 1
QITYSKBOKANT.
Mrasw. Editors.?I announce myself aa a candidate
fur the office of City Sergeant at the raining .
Chatter Election, aubject to the deciilou ul the 1
ballot box. .
del CALEB SY1.VR
/ nitv kcniietnt
u 1
Miosis Editors? Announce the nndmlgnul u
a ?uudidai? fur CUT hrrgeaut al the wis mug Charier
Election, and oblige
nfi25 TS09. McCORMICg.
STHELT COMMISdlONER.-Mn.ua. Kmtom: j
Announce the undersized oa a candidate for J
tbc office of Street Comuil-sloner.
WM*. M. MORGAN,
no22 No. 112 Main tit.
GENERAL NOTICES.
Jjl LECTION NOTICE.
The annual meeting of the fltockholdcra of the I
vKtnp Fire aud Marine Insurance Cunijunr of t
Wheeling, for the election of Director", will lie ?
held at the office of thCCorapany on MONDAY, ?
January 8th, 1S77, betweou the hours of 10 a, m. 1
and I r.,N. '
dc'-U RICHARD SAVAGE, Sec'y. <i
J^ANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY. *
The annual tmctlog of the etockholJcri of this
Bank. and election of Dlrectoia, will Iks hcl.l at
the banking House on Monday, January the 8th,
1877, between the houra of 11 a. m. and 2 r. M. 1
0. ADAMS, Uuhler.
Wn??.mn, Dtc. M, 1876. deCT
gTOCKHOLDER'S HF.ETINO. 1
Ornr* or W uncus a A Bh.ho.nt BaitxiR Co.,I
WjMSUNd, W. Va., l>tc. 23, 1370. i
The annual meeting of the stockholders o( the
Whirling A Belmont Bridge Company will be held n
it. the 0flic* of the Company ou Monday, tbu bth ?
il?y of January, 1877, between the hourj of l and t
Sjt, o'clock r. lor the election of nine managers t
to aerve during theensuing rear. t
jdt2> JOS. LAW60N, V'cc'y. I
Dissolution op copartnership no >?
TICK.?
The eopsrtnenhlp heretofore existing between
thr undersigned, under the finu name of Huury
Flood A Co., was thla day disKilvwl by mutual 1
conaeuL All peexma liavlng claims aualnut the v
Qriu, and thoee Indebted toll, will pleuae call ou ,v
IV. K. Hughes, who is alone authorise! to nttle \
the I mlnem. HENRY FLOOD. t
WILLIAM F.. HUOHEL *
WlUKtixu, W. Va., Dec. 23,187G. di2.r. ?:
gTOCKIIOI.BKnS' llEKTI.XU. . I
Tht- ivgular annual meeting of the Stockholders .
)f the Reluunt Of?s Works will t? held at the i
jflii* of the Company on the aecoud Wednesday, J
lauliary 10th, 1877. All Stockholders are rvju<M?
M to attend this meeting. f
_del3 M. SURETY. fec'y.
J^licTION NOTICE. 11
The National Bank or West Virginia at
Wheeling, ]
The annual meeting ol the .Stockholders of Uili>
Rank and the election of Dlrvctors will !? held
it the hanking House on Tuesday, January 9,1677,
between thu noun of one and lour r. u.
JOHN WAONKK, Cashier. (i
WnKiftmQ, W. VA.. I8th Dee., IP76. del <
^SSIGNEE'd NOTICE.
Nolle* i# hereby giretf that the firm of Huiemen t
k Mendel lus been dissolved, and that the itnderilgntd
haa been appointed Assignee of the said
Srm, and la alone authorised to wind up its >flairs.
AHpartlee having claims egalnit the wild Ann
ire hnrrby notified to rresent to him their bills,
luly authenticated, without delay. *
All parties owing the said firm ere notifledto
nnke i>rompt payment to the As*lgtie?\ as all bills
jn|?ii>l at the ex jdratlon of ten (to) dajs from thie
laie will l? sued upon.
The busiomof toe firm will not be discontinued
it once, but will U conducted under the uauio of
iho Awiguoe until the livery stock is sold. i
H. CALDWELL, Assignee. \
Whkkuho, Dee. 6.1171 M
51 ALE OP VALUABLE LIVERY STOCK
O .1
The Livery stock of the late firm of Iluaemen A
Hendcl will be oUeml by the undersigned at prlrato
sale at very low prices.
The said stock comprties Horns, Carriage*, Bag- des,
Hick*, Sleighs and all the other equl|>rn?nts /
^ a (Irst-cbiae Livery Slabk; the beat in tbe State. I
71. CALDWELL, Assignee.
t
50\) BARRELS FLOUR? 1
nS'fltvi". IoJUm, A till, KtU dir. For
^ nirtst rates.
>4T, DlTlSfTORT k TXBXJL
. A.
-ISL- 111
NEWADV ERTI8EMENT8.
Happy New Year
SPECIE PAYMENTS.
Now itotk Porte Monnalee, with pockets for
foln. Hsudsowe stylet lor IsJies, gentlunen and
ihlUlrm LOOAN, LIST A CO.
^ UDT KEEPINO HOUSE
W 111 eiteem as tT*ry acceptable present a Holiday I
Bucket ui our \
EXCEL8IOR BAKING POWDER.
QUAND IMPROVEMENT.
Cktl and se?our graduated
ChoMt Proteotori.
They an IntaluaUe aa safeguards against Colds,
I'uoutuoula, Ac. fold bjr
1.00 AN, LIST A CO.,
DnyglRs, Bridge Corner.
FJWK CHILDREN LIKE IT. ,
Knr Cou|hs and lloirsenesa use
Dr.Chipnan'tHorabound Baliara
Ootid (or old and yoang. Pleasant, sa!?, eflectual.
d>8Q-daw * LOQAN, HAT A CO.
4ppleh wanted.
? will buy 1.000 Barrels of good Apples, well
perked, till and see mat No. 1410 Main ft
jat PABKIUI BBOB.
1877. Happy New Year. 1877. '
TIIE PLACE FOB
NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS
Is 1101 MAIN 8TBBET. Uold Wctohea,Jewelry,
Silver War?, A a.
Jet QXTOBT A DPmBI.D.
QAHI' CIIAIB8.
Wu still have a few of those beautiful
Oauip Chairs left. They make an elegant
New year's Present.
FUIKND At SO IV,
No. 1065 Main St.
J*1 I
pOR RENTRooms
in Ilasetuent of McLure House,
mil Rooms up stairs in house adjoining the
same. Apply to
]al JQ11N McLURE.
J^LECHON NOTICE.
ilin annual meeting ol the Stockholders of the
Ot-nusu Hankuf Wheeling. Weal Virginia, for the
LlKtl nof Directors, will be held st their Banking
lluosc on the eecond Monday In January?
Jntiunry ttb, 1877,?between the hours of ? a. m.
mul 4 r. M.
J?1 I.. BATH A. Cashier.
^OTICE OF DIVIDEND.
At ii meeting of the Board ol Director? ol tbe
U Belle Ulaaa Company, this day, a dividend ol
Bve per eeut was declared out o[ tbe eanilop ol
tbe last tlx uiouths, payable on and after tbe 15th
iu?t. E. G. CATK, 8ec*y.
I>kc. M, 1876. Jal_
i.EXCHANGE BANK, " i
J Whkkli.no, w. Va., Jan. 1,1877. \
Au election for Directors to nerve the enjuing
year will be held Monday, Jauuary
3th, 1877, between the honM of 10 o'clock
A. m. and 1 o'clock P. M.
Jul A 8 JOHN J. JONES, Cashier. i
^ oticef-Yalt-d
I'rnjKMul.n for tbe rebuilding of "WashliiKton
Hall" will l* recti?td by the Secretary, at
I he otflre of tboFrauklln Insurance Company, up I
lo fio'tlock ? . m. January 1?. 1877. \
Plana and specifications may be aeen at tbe offlce
t)f C. Kcnihie, Aribitcc', ou and after Jauuary
1, 1877.
Unl? will Im received fur tlie entire work,and fir
lliescveial sparuttf pails Ibcieuf. Tbe Hoard n>
icrve the rl^ht to reject any or all bids.
liy ordrr of tbe liuard.
Jal.a.tl 1. H. W1LUAMS, fec'y.
J^IVIDKN'D NOTICE.
Jrrirn or Wiikruno A Kklxont HbjdqkCo.,)
WliKiUJfu, W. Va., Jau. 1, 1877. J
TU*- Hoar.l tf Mnnwri of tills Company bate
leclarwl a dividend of four (4) percent on tbe Cap
ital i?t??ck of tin? Company, out of tbe earnings for
llie |d?t tlx months, payable on demand on or J
ifler the 8th day of January, 1877, to Uie block- J
jolders or other legal representatives balding stock
it tbe close of the 31st day of l>eceuil?r. 187i.
jal Jl?. J.AWSON, Secretary,
poll BALK?
II? I Li- a?.!_ n ? n
vasuauie mam si. rropeny.
We will offer at Public Sale, on TUESDAY
at 10 o'clock A. M., on the premiie*,
me-half of north wall new building No.
1410 Main afreet. Alao 22 feet above said
;uildiug.
Tekus? Onc-hnlf down, or more to anit
purchaser, balance in one year.
jal PABKER BROS.
ZJT1TE OF WEST VIBOI2UA. OHIO COUNJ
TV Circuit Court. January Uulea, 18T7.
W. W. Billmlre )
r*. In Chnnccry.
Margaret E. Billmlre. J
Hl'MMOXH. c
riic State of W?at Virginia; to th? Bhirltl of Ohio S
Louuty, greeting:
We command you that you aummon Margaret E. HUralre,
if nho be found In your Bailiwick, toap>ear
at the Clerk'a Office o1 thr Circuit Court of
Jblo County, at Buiea to be hold for the aald Court,
hi the ami Monday In NoYe'mbar, li?0, to anawer
i bill lu Lhaucury exhibited against her |n the aald .
tourt by W. W. Billmlre. and harethen there thia
rrit. Wltnfu. bAMUKI. B. McCOLLOCH, Clerk
if our aaid Court, at the Court House of aid Couny,
lu the city of Wht-ollng, the 2d day of Norem*:r,
lS7fi, and lu tho 14th year of the blata of Weat
Hrglola. HAMUKl B. McCOLLOCU, Work.
SUKElFF'i aBTl'BR.
Margaret E. Fillmlreli no inhabitant of my (tailwlrk
nor funnel therein Novembers, ISTtl.
GEO. HE1L, L>. M.
For UliO. K. T1KULK, H. 0. C.
)h!o County Circuit Court. Norimhef Rulw, 1876.
William W. Billmlre )
rIn Chancery.
itmrgaroi r.. immure. j
Tbo object of thli (ult li to obtain a divorce a
temq el tftoro, by the plaintiff, from tbn defendant;
nd tt appearing from an affidavit filed herein that
lie drfeudant la uot an Inhabitant of tbeBtaie of m
Vest V irxinia, ou rnollou of plaintiff it li ordered
lint said defendant do appear hero at next bule
>4T, lo-wit: the first Monday in February, 1877,
nil do what ia netttuarr to protect her intrreat "
en In. .iAMUfcX B. Mit;OLMX.'ti, Clerk, _
D.ivknpo*t A DovaxKB, ttoli. far riaintlil
TAKE NOTICE,
'hat the plalutlQ will take th? depositions of W.
V. tiilluire ?ud olhera at the office of Davenport
Doveuer, U3S Chspline atreet, Wheeling, Went
irpn'n, on the Irtth day of Ftbruary, 1877, be*ivu
the hour* of V o'clock a. m. and flo'tloek p.
i. And if from any cause tha said depositions
lull uot Iks commenced. or being commautxd ahall p
l?e completed oo said day, they will be adjourn- r
i from time to time until they arecoinplated.
DAVKNTUUr A DOVENEK,
Jul-M Soli, for Complainant,
yEW YEAR'S SOCIAL. p
A .vx-UI Boll will tojlwn br JOHN I'1.RICH, It
At ?TNA HALL, It tTNAVILLE, el
u MONDAY EVENING, January lat, 1877.
Every thing will be done to Insure an evening of
>fla! enjoy iupnt deSU*
^XJRS ALTERED,
FltrAlKRD AMD CLEANED, at tht ?
I LOVE, bUSFKNDEB A 8HOULDKB BRACK
MANUFACTORY. -'180
161? Maiket Stkht. below Poetoflcc.
jJ.N'DEKTAKING.
Gollliin nii?l CnxUetM,
All klnda,and sites.
Iiroudu, Crap*, (llovra, Ac. Call* vsnwered at all
hours from the store.
WM. Z1NK t SON,
North End Centre Wheeling Market.
dn*.0
"MflEAP PICTURES FOR
Holiday Preaentw. _
l4trgo lot ready framed for m!? at re
ttceil prices at tuu
ART STORE, No. 33 TWHLWIl 8t.
dcll>_
""1REAT DARQAIN8 liT
J
Hosing Out Christmas Goods. J.
FB1EDEL & CO., S
U?2S 11S0 Main Strt.t, *
NEW ADVERTISEMiENTS.
Special Bargains!
GEO. R. TAYLOR 4 CO
We will ofTer, until this notice it withdrawn,
? .fjoaaoH gaorjiah awr.
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS
?IN? r i , i ill |
.! ' . ' ' 1J ' J.i J j
Seasonable Dress Goods
CLOAKS AND FURS.
Our Entire Stock of
DRESS MS US SUITINGS
Has been placed on our
^ .j j!
CHEAP
, - - j*: * ',il
V-J JLN -L JCLl-C
\nd marked regardless of cost or value In order to close them out
Cloaks Marked Down,
Furs Marked Down,
Bargains for All
G-EO. TAYLOB Sc CO.
jfw
)YSTKB8, .oyktew
)ystkil-<, I iriinin oyoteiu
JYaTEKs, CHALLENGE I I HI I lll'l' CHALLENGE joYSTEKS
^ BRAND. LflnirHlrf J BRAND 0
rif Away wllh tough Beefateak at pric? which do poor mm c*u pay.
Uh : Down with exorbitant profits and priee*. We propoeetomeetthe bard i
tlmnTace to face, and by iw-lITntj LAWFATTTSSPLENDID oYSTEK-i :
U cheaper than the cbeaprit to put meat on the table of every poor roan f
i aa well aa rich man In the city. I
HUomo to 14IO MAIN STREET,
' 01 TUB
Cheokered Front, Mirket St., Centre Wheeling, p|"|
w i And m lor yoomlm. No need for the poor to go hungry thliWlntff
i li tlwy cannot buy high priced Bttl, thry CAN get chwp.OyBten. Try
^Bi I them and you will boy tbtm r' JTj
| SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO TEE TRADE. ff\
O ; PARKER BROS.,
Si WHOLESALE AGENTS. ;S?ItebI
)Y8TEBS, oc< JOY8TEBE
RED IRON FRONT.
rHE SILVER LAKE FLOUR HOUSE
LARGEST AMD REST ASSORTMENT OF
GROCERIES
m THE CITY. ^B-INDrCEMENTS TO CASH AND PROMPT BPYERS
C. OGLEBAY & HONS,
ool So. 1412 and 1414 Main Nlm>t.
INSURANCE. PLUMBINC.CA8FITTINC
'EABODY INSURANCE CO,,
Plumbers, Gas t Steam Fitters
WHXBLWa, *. VA. mi MiEI? BTinrr.
Doaleri In all kinds of Lead. W/ouglit an3 On
.. ? _ ... -4__ _n? Iron Pipe*, Hewer Pines and (lilmney Tops, ftteaii
lid Up Capital, $100,000 aod Water Gauges, Hlpboii 1'uiupt, hafetr Valva
Bath Tuba, Binis, Ac. 8nlr Agent* for tnx
SPRINGFIELD QA3 MACHINE
Writes moderate lines on Dwelling*. Farm ?-(>rdl,T_ i.M
ropcrty, firaKlu. Menmattta .njlimiu. fc?"?o?tr, I ?P?r 1M.
,cturing riik, and on Cargo riiki on Went- dm WHEELING, W. va.
n wratere. " r
fflRIMBLE A HORNBROOR,
DIRECTORS JL
wm. Btjiejr, Th? HnghM, Plumbers, Gsb and Steam Fitters
Alouio Loring, Dr. W. J. Bates,
A. M. Adams, 8. P. Hlldreth, l>?U?ra In Lead, Iron, (JalvanlMd, Hteam, Wati
Ju. F. Barnes, Henry B. Miller, end Drain Pip*. constantly on hand a laig
Henry 8c imnlbuh. KK^^fSSS. " W,u'
M. BAILEY, Pr?rt. J. V. L.RODGKM.Bw'f. ""f *
>17 LK M "AU-KY. CuUm. Ku junm roe am TI1IM1XH ma
= COLHAN'S CELEBRATED 6AS MACHINE
HOLIDAY GOODS. M. run cjrculam.
: Hl? MARKET CTlifT, WHEELINQ, Win ??.
1,000 LU. Soft ffi.ll Almond.. Prompt attention glren to order, from dliunn
1,001) LI*. Naw French Walnut#.
1,000 Lbs. New Braxll Nuta.
i,wS hb? nl.'ii'oTJaw. To Iron Mills and Engine Builder*
30 Boxes Mnalua Oranges.
8 Barrels Malaga Grapes. -Wehiye addH to our PLUMBING and OA
25 Boxes extra flue L L. Balains. PITTING establishment, a new and complete
J,U,K-,db' BRA88FOUNDKV,
TO- SCHULZ. '
, *?d are now prepared to make all kinds of Ml
MS 1311 MA1KET 8TREET. and En?ln. Brassjastlnga at short nodL^Ll \
11 ,heT*rJ bestquallty.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS. TRIMBLE A HORN BROOK,
BUCK WAUTOT *"* ?" Market rtmt
CLOCKS.
LOUIS DECHERT'8, C. 8TE'
mJM p#Per ??* Miiufaolurar,
r?; ?? Noa. 1111 tod 1218 Main Html, up slain (oL
1 EN D 25c to G. P. BOW ELL A CO., New York, Union Hall), la now prepared to make ell kinds c
) lor PaispbM OI100 lta. 3 1>*T "d#Ul. Pf?rZxm In u SuSKtyBKI
m m?prm, ut ?u?ft *?wiM M fl .1- M .. low prke. u >or hou? la lb. eamtry, Or
xtUuf. _ 4.1J tea from lb, country promptly attend.] to. j7
NEW ApVERT,8EMENT?? '
ALLCOCK'S I
POROUS PLASTERS.
*"Alk (or ALLCOCK'S, and obtain Dim. and
garel l nlimbla IMITATIONS.
B. BRANDRETK, Pret'l,
aot-jAT Ota. it* CaiiaI 8U ??? Ywt.
iafr.
THE QUARTERLY REVIEWS
' AND I
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.
The Uooard Scott Publishing Co.,
41 BARCLAY ST., NEW-YORK. '
I'ontlnuu thejr authority lUptloiig( tUo
>XJUH LCAbJSO QUAftTUtl.y HK\1?W& ;
l EDINBURGH REVIEW
I LOXOON QUARTERLY REVIEW('*?i"f-?.'ltt),
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BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW (I'utpfftliraJ!,
axd
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.
Tba liiliiah UUArtorUi* |l*a to the reader veildigcatcd
Information u]?on tbe great events liu<*itomporanftmii
hiatory, nnd contain nuatnrljr crltl- 1
cbnia oo all that b irrah nod valuablo In llltraliiro, (
Mwellfi a tuiuiiucjr o! tha triumphs of icieure (
and art. Tim warn llki-ly to convulse all Kuro|? y
I will form topic* for diaetlttlon, that will U? treated
wlilt a thorough!*** and ability nowhere elau to to
bund. Djackwoud's Ma^uma Is famous lor atoilea
rt*trn, an* ake'cbw of the fifchcat Utenry merit J
TERMS (Including Postage): !
p^.ihle ftrietiv In Advanca. ]
v
For anyone Review I U H 00 per tl'ra
Fur any two lUf " W "
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For all fourRrrlews ...........'....12 00 "
FotUlackweol'a MtgixHw.- 4 00 ?
For lJlai-k*oo?l ftpiuooJUTle^..*-- " W " m
For nia:kwow?l and iwoRerlews 10 W "
For 1 laekwowl ami Ihmi Rtvlawa...li 09 41
For Blackwood ?nj Uialoar Review aH tin *\ 4
I . CLUBS.
Ia'aim'ouui of twenty jurcvnt will V* allowed to ^
clulxuX loorcr mnr? permit. Hitw: fjiir eopira
of Blackwood or of ouc llaviow will taaant burnt j
aJ-lmi for Si'* 80, four CDpIt* ?>f tho four Reviowi
and Blackwood for f rt, nnd ao on.
f
teteMIU3I9.
New autact;ter* laj'i?ljluj{ *wl)l lur tbtijoar j
IS.? may Iuto, without cbarg5, lb? number* for
tba It* quarter of ?S7t] of mich periodicals ?? they tl
way auUcriba /or. 11
Neither premiums to ml'icrlkri uor dixuunt to {j
clnha nn be auuwrn utilfco ;be money Is rrmilled y
diwet to the publUher* Nopmuhiowflrfo to e
dubs.
Circular* with further particulars may !?* had on ti
application.
The Leonard Scott Publishing Co. J
4I BARCLAY ST.. NEW-YORK. ?
di?i "
mUE FINEST LOT OF
TOYS! TOYS1 ?
in the City, nt e
Genther's Variety Store-1067 Main St. v
.jFfrPon't fnil to call and sec them before j
pur'-luihiii^' dsrwlicrc. j1
pKNTAGUAL'llS, P0UTKA1TS, t(
Urnwn 1>3* Machinery. j|
Apparatus, vilh Instructions, ouly 25c; bj moil 35o. ?
NtrlvRK irn ran a i:t store, ?
_dr? E. T- WIOOM,. t
r IFK OP GEN'L CUSTAH. h
u
Crown, S 'vo. cloth gilt, $4 20. Scut to fl
any nddress on receipt of price, by
STANTON k DAVENPORT, *
?. (1e28 44, Twelfth Street. '
J jyjOKK NEW GOODS FOE
Christmas Presents
Just rfCfivdl:
Fine Rcok Cases, Writluu DinkK,Sitlol>oartlslMu?hgrands.
l'<>oi itcMw, Fire Screen*, Brackets,
Cluirs o{ alt kinds, lor jjilw ?, IJcut*
anil (liildreti. Very cheap.
J?a G. MENl'EL, FtJOTIT a CO._
JOSEPH n. 8AGR,
UJ13 Morkot Strool,
Agent for tbe Oletrratcd DOMESTIC
SEWING MACHINE I
Oil, Kmllratrx! Attaclmirnts for rll kinds of MachtHea.
All tnakn at Machine* rvpnlre-1 promptly
hy prgctitnl workman. ru>8
J?OMDAY MUSIC GOOD3.
Folios, A!bum?, ic., Pictures & Frame*, J
At Low Priccs, at
HCTCHINB'?1325 MaiiKRT STf!KKt. ^
i( do21
I; JJAMILTONOPKRAnnt-.SK. |
- JAUM IIAMII.IOK..,., ..... Hauler.
Monday tTuesilEy, January 1st&.2d,'77.
GRAND NEW YEARS MATINEE.
e
(\ I II ft tl A O 4% n M
aimmunsoi. SLUUUM'S
MIN8TKEL.il,
From I heir Arch St. 0|xta IIoiiso, Philadelphia.
Tho largest and tuOttComplcteOrcanUatlon io
Anutuca, c?upi>?adoj Iha JuUowlng B
Celebrated Artist*: E
LEW SIMMONS, K. N. SLOCfJH, n
Favorite Comedian. * Interlocutor >nd Anthgr.
OhO. THATCHER, W. HKNBV KICK, II
Popular Comedian. Burlesque ArtUt. "
welch rice.
The mm filled ton* and Dinff Ar:lM*. Their ..
equals cuma i>e produced. .. . . ,
Tho Orojt QimtcUe;
T. It. I>1 XON, GEO. W. J1AR1.EY,
Tenor. Bopraao.
CHARI.ES ST^RM.-i E.8.NEU?ON,
Run.' Bnltocr. p
PRICE? AH UfinAE.'
1 U.HMTO.1 ScaU on ante kt Opitrn Houy. _ dfW
|_| OLIDAY PRESENTS.
1 Uuve a carefully selected, dock ol Juvenile and "
Toy Books, Toy*, Came*, Allium*. Writing D?k?.
Family HlhJt*. Meroo^ o[*t atnl View* Backaam
inou Boards, Pocket ik^ks. Diajlea lor IHli, |U
hanl tlran prices.' Plc*M?ca|l at
C, IT. QUlMBYf?No. 1411 MariuT Jt.
I __deW B
J Q?LIJ FISH,
Growing Hysclntha, Toilet 6eU?, Fine Cologne*,
Cloth, llulr and Sharing Brusho.*, Couitw,
Fine Soaps, Toilet Powders, 1'ttflj end II
Bfcxw, Shaving Mnga, Ac^Ac.,
A fine atnektallof which arc offered at tho very
lownt prices.
ClJBl-aiAN 8C1INEPP,
d<?2 GfOM Hqum? Drun Htore.
J^-EW GOODB STILL COMING.
1 We will l?e receiving now goods every
' dav this week, which will he pluced on
' exhibition ns fust its received.
Everybody invited to call and see our
xtock.
deL'l TUUN'Eil <fc DILLON.
QALIFORNIA CANNED GOODS.
Fresh Ncctarlnes, /
Frnh MuKst Grapes, \
Froh Apricots,
, Fn?h Earth tt Teir?, k!
Frush Qulncw.
To say they are d?4lcuwi, Is hut faint pral?' 1
Every lamily should hare a few cans for Christmas.
, R. J. 8MYTH, ?,
Corner MarVe' and Fourteenth Sis. *
11 ^LDEN FRC1T.
Petfhes and Apples curcd by Ilia Alden proctss. 1
Very tine. ForMhjhy
d/a R. J. SMYTTf. J
' JT. YOU WANT " " |
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: CAIL AT TIIK ^
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE '
4 *5 akp 2* Fourrtmnn ?t. ?
i QATtuausa j'ujub- "
a O Tho finest article of family flour rr? brought L
w to thU;markot, for aalc by '
I mrl LIST, DAVKNACBT It PARKth
.1.11 '
DRY C0008.
IMPORTANT NEWS!
TO CONSUMERS OF
DRYGOODS
HENRY ROEMER
]< now rccclrinf bil New Block 0l
Fall and Winter Dij Us
OF TI1K
LATEST STYLES
AND NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON.
DRESS GOODS,
IN ALL OF THE NEW SIUBFS.
Black Ctthmere, Colored Cmhmcio, SIU.
Inoca, Black Alpacaa, Damtuik Cloth, Polo
3loth, Shawls Waterproof Cloth SI,,,],,
:aMlm?re?, Jean?, Red Medlrated Fjannrj'
White Flannel, Blanketi, Felt sklrti.
We make BLACK CASHMERES ?i,j
SLACK ALPACAS a Specialty.
Oar stock li large and will betoldcheip.
ir than erer offered in thl j market. \\,
olidt an early eiamlnatlon of our itrnk.
ve wiu itj 10 i'icjuiw uj ouering nm-clMi
3oo<1h at low prices.
1IENRY IIOEMKR,
No. 2008 Main Street
e29
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JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
JjS-M HE * YORKCOOPER
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Hiring tacrrasrt my facilities fur making ?1
Inda ol light and black
Barrels, Kegs, Jkc.,
wtiuM respectfully aollct lth? patronage o! Ih??
i ucvil o( hu jr. Call on or idtlrni
W. W. McCON N ELL,
155, ISthftrwt
Repairing promptly attended to. no^lw*
LJOLIDAY OPENING.
IBlir UHI GOODS
AT I.OIV I'BHF.S.
Vatehes, Diamondi,
Cameos, Coral',
itid the latnt novt-ltlra In JEWELRY an J
beautiful BlLVKK aud I'LATKD WAKE.
Alcoa Urge Inrolco of the popular FAIEN' '
Qd M AUOLICA goods, which hare bc*n cartfullj
Ire ted and marked at low priccs.
1ENNEGEN, BATES & CO,
d?L8 UM MAIN fTBEET.

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