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Ufllei 20 * 27 FourtMnth Itrwl.
KRKW & CAMPBELL,
Fl'UtlAHIM AilO 1'IOPUITOia.
NATIKUAY, FIJI. 17,;i?77.
Ool. C. II. Gist died at the residence
oI JohnC. Iteoven, his 8on*in-lafr, in this
county,on Hitturday lut, and wm buried
on Monday at Franklin. Thii will be
sad news to the ninny (riendit of the jovial
old Colonel. Hi* tig.j wan about 70.?
WelUburg llerald.
p*i ni-t ....... l-???,.. un. i:??
wui> vw? nun nut kuunuiu 11 uvcuug,
tut indeed, ho was all through this region,
lie was once a merchant in Wellsburg?
afterward* removed to Baltimore, hut
for many years has been connected with
a dry good* house in Philadelphia.
Tjik Kanawha membera must have been
asleep to allow such a bill aa the aubtitute
removal bill to pasa.?fiirkertburg Journal.
How does the Journal know that Mr.
I'crgURon really wants the Capital relocated
at Charleston ? That gentleman
it a metropolitan in his ideas, and not
especially attracted to any locality. He
can command business aa a lawyer in any
part of the State, and may prefer Clarksburg
to Charleston as a place to live.
STATE LEGISLATURE.
HOUSE.
"Whmlino, February 16.
House met at 10 a. m.
Prayer by Kev. Geo. E. I lite of the M.
K. Church. ?
On motion of Mr. Sotnmeiville, the
reading of yesterday^ Journal was dispensed
with.
Mr. Barr,f?om the Committee on'Judiciary,
reported substitute for House Bill
No. 81. to provide for the making and
recording of plat* of incorporated cities
and town*, to pais.
Mr. Hi ley, from the Joint Committee
on Enrolled Bilta reported aa correctly
enrolled Joint Keffolution No. 13, for the
appointment of a joint coinmitlec to examine
the Hospital for the Insane.
Also, ilouso Bill No. 175, to incorpor!!(
:i lnf'lr ntii! iltim I'fitml rntnnnnv for tlir
south branch cf the Potomac river, tc
p'ISS.
Mr. Arnold, from the Committee or
Claims and Grievances, reported back the
petition finned by W. P. Baker, and
others, asking for relief from license un*
lawfully ayseefed, without recommenda*
tion.
Also, petition of Reese T. Lusk aud S
others ot Wyoming county, asking release
Iroin certain judgments in favor ol
the State against said Lusk and his sureties.
Mr. Chancellor, from the Committee
on Taxation and Finance, reported hack
House Bill No. 150, for imposing a tax
on dogs, to pass.
Mr. Kowan, from the Committee on
Roads and Internal Navigation, reported
back House Bill No. 32, to provide for
opening and keeping in repair the county
roads, to pass.
" The Clerk of the Senate communicated
the following bills passed by the Senate.
Senate Bill No. 09, providing for the
collection of taxes and fees in certain
cases.
Senate Bill No. TO, in relation to the
recovery of claims due the State.
J louse Bill No. 7, regulating appeals,
writs of error and supersedeas, with
slight amendment. The House agreed
to the amendment.
Also, petition of Wm. McClaskey, of
Barbour county, asking relief. Referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
Also, petition oi 101 citizens of Wood
county, asking legislation respecting the
application of certain taxes and for other
purposes, an inexpedient to legislate
upon.
On motion, the resolution offered yesterday,
that the House meet hereafter at
9 o'clock in the forenoon, Sunday's excepted,
was taken up and adopted.
On motion of Mr. Faulkner, the vote
by which Senato Bill No. 7, relat'ng to
bail in criminal cases, was rejected, was
reconsidered and the bill referred to the
Judiciary Committee.
Tho following petitions were offered
and referred to the proper committees:
By Mr. Barr: To incorporate the town
of Fulton in Ohio county.
By Mr. Wells: To excludo Smith's
Grammar from the lint of school books
as prescribed in the school law.
By Mr. Hall: To reduco tolls on the
Little Kanawha river.
By Mr. Bright: To incorporate the
town of Frank ford, in the county ol
Greenbrier.
A message from the Senate, by Mr
Berkshire, announced the passage by thai
body of Senate Bill No. 95, relating to
and providing for oflicial bonds and bondi
taken in judicial proceedings.
Also, by Mr. Johnson, that the Senate
had passed Houso Bill No. 40, fixing the
compensation of committee clerks ami
pages.
The following bills were read a lirsl
timo ami ordered to a second reading:
House Bill No. 149, to exempt tlx
working tools of mechanics from forced
sales.
House Bill No. 11C, to incorporate the
Wartield Coal and Salt Company and tc
improve the navigation of the Big Sand;
river.
House Bill No. 148, providing for the
submission of the proposed amendmeni
of articlo 8 of the Constitution of the
State to the voters thereof for ratification
or rejection. '
Houxe Bill No. 132, in relation tc
Brooke Academy.
House Bill No. 152, authorizing the
Washington Hall Association to increase
its capital Stock.
House Bill No. 153, legalizing the sale
of the 3d story of tho hall known as the
??asnwRion iiiiu, in me cuy 01 wneei
illg.
ifotiac Bill No. Ill, exemptingpersons
and property in certain cities and town!
from the payment ot poor and district
road levies.
House Dill No. 122, providing for j
geological survey of West Virginia.
House Bill No. 172, relating to feci o:
sherifts, clerks and other officers.
llouso Hill No. 10, relating to weight;
and measures.
House Kill No. 138,extending the tiuu
in which clerks of county courts rnaj
certify their levies to the Auditor.
HousoBill No. 159 in relation to in.
corporating the city of Huntington.
llouse Hill No. 1S2, appropriating
$7*1 71 to "William Peyton for taxes erro
neously assessed in the county of Boone
House Bill No. 135 reported hack froit
the Committee on Judiciary, with a sulv
stltute.
House Bill No. 181, relating to unlawful
hunting nnd shooting.
House Bill No. 183, for the relief oi
William Gray, of Marion county.
House Bill No. 133, to prevent domestic
animals from running at large.
House Rill No. 105, concerning the
Board of Education.
House Bill No. 163, legal iting tho election
of two Justices in a town district in
Raleigh county.
Houso Bill No. 151, granting additional
power to the Fairmont & Palatine Bridge
Company.
House Bill No. 113, in relation to tolls
on tho Cumberland road.
House Bill No. 108, to establish an
independent school district in the county
of Monongalia, to l>e known as tho Cas*?
ville independent school district.
Houso Bill No. 143, fixing the compensation
and prescribing the duties of
presidents of county courts.
Houso Bill No. 175, in relation to
awards.
Houso Bill No. 162, concerning appeals
from judgments of Justices.
lie could not now properly determine what
in (he interest of the 8tate, would be the
be beat point to locate at, and the good mum
of the people would not now uk for the
on permanent, absolute loeation of the Gapbe
ital,
Bee Mr. Newlon said he hoped the Senate
[or would adopt the amendment proposed by
the Finance Committee. He said that
he thia idea of the people of the State of
ph Went Virginia being clamoroua. at thia
ed time, for the removal of the capital from
Wheeling to aome other point had only
ite originated in the minda of thoee gentleIge
men who feel a deep intereat in the aub<
be ject; that the people of the State were in
ros favor of letting the matter reet for the
present. He aaid that aa far aa he
lae fiad ascertained from the people,
he found that they have almost uniformlv
expressed the opinion that the question
should not be taken up at thia time
. He aaid ho thought it was proper thai
. I the people should oe first consulted upor
. the subject; that the matter should not l*
agitated now while the State is in auct
>1 financial distress, but should be put of!
, until the financial affairs of the country
, are in a better condition, and until thi
people can btar the buraena of expemu
, in building a new Capitol.
' " A vote was then taken and the amend
ment lost, aa were also all the amend
? ments proposed by the Finance Commit
ion teo'
Mr. Newlon moved to insert Parkers
' burg.Oraftonand White Sulphur Springs
but the motion did not prevail.
. Mr. Newlon then moved to Inserl
.. Buckhannon, in the county of Upshur
but the motion was lost.
,V. Mr. Caldwell moved to insert Fairmont
Lo?t.
as ^r* ^ones offered a substitute for thi
bill to submit the question to the vote o
mi the people without naming any places
f but the substitute was rejected.
The bill was then ordered to its thirt
I..* reading by a Tote of aves, 14; noes, 8.
House Bill No. 161, in relation to tl
fees of attorney!.
House Bill No. 181, to regulate 1
practicc of dentistry.
Mr. Sommerville offered a renduti
that after Monday next no billn shall
introduced by motion for leave, unli
the sesaion be extended. Laid over 1
one day.
liouMe Bill No. 77, providing for I
construction of a road in Kandol
county, win read a flrat time and order
to a second reading.
House Bill No. 23, to approprii
$1,000 to aid in rebuilding the brid
over the Middle Fork river, on t
Staunton and Parkersburg turnpike, v
read a flrat time and rejected.
On motion of Mr. Robinson, the Hoi
took a receiw until 2} o'clock.
afternoon 8bwion.
House met at 2:30 p.m.
House Bill No. 171, to preserve I
file* of nowspapers published in ti
State, mine up on its first reading a
was rejected.
Senate Bill No. 05, relating to offlc
bonds, was taken up out of its order a
rend for the first and second time a
ordered to a third reading.
1 House Bill No. 101, making approp
ations of public money to pay memo
and oflicers of the Legislature, and
salaries of the officers of the govemme
in pursuance of the fortv?sccond sect!
of the sixth article of the Constitutl
came up on its Hecond reading and v
ordered to a third reading.
House Bill No. 130, in relation to I
school Jaw of the 8tate{ came up on
first reading and was laid on the table
House Bill No. 05, to provide for i
working of convicts in the Penitentia
came up on its second reading and v
ordered to a third reading.
On motion of Mr. Wilson, House 1
No. 130, in relation to the school law
the State, was taken from the table.
On motion of Mr. Steadman the Hoi
adjourned until to-morrow morning
0 a. m.
8 K NATE.
i Senate met at 10 a. m.
Prayer by Rev. David Ilervey.
On motion of Mr. Pugh the reading
. the journal was dispensed with.
[ A message from the Clerk of
| House announced that in response
i Senate Joint Resolution No. 7,
Speaker appointed Messrs. Quarrl
Hofltnan ami Hall on part of the Foi
to examine the Hospital for the Insa
. The President of the Senate npnoin
. on part of that body Messrs. Burdett n
Loomis.
Mr. Johnson, from the Committee
i Finance, reported back House Bill I
i 25, in relation to a permanent location
the State Capital, and recommended
i bill to pass as amended.
Messrs. Burdett, Grantham and J
am?, from the same committee, submit
a minority report, ^ recommending i
passage of the bill without amendmei
Mr. Dennis, from the Judiciary Co
mittee, reported back the followi
House bills, to pass :
1 louse Bill No. 84, in relation to cat
ing fish.
House Bill No. 10, to protect birds n
game.
House Bill No. 34, establishing a cot
ty court and board of commissioners :
the counties of Mineral, Hardy, Ort
and Pendleton.
House Bill No. 26, concerning grai
and repeals of patents, with the reco
mendation that it l>c rejected.
Also, Senate Bill No. 53, to prevent I
certifying of frivolous cases from justii
of the peace to county courts, witlu
recommendation.
Also, Senate Joint Resolution No.
for the relief of J. L. Moorehead, wii
out recommendation.
Mr. Ferguson, from the Committee
Banks and Corporations, reported ba
House Bill No. 03, regulating the sale
the property of joint stock compan
under deed of trust, with the recomme
dation that it be rejected.
Also, House Bill No. 127, reviving a
and amending the Chesapeake & Ohio
K. Co., with the recommendation that
pass.
Mr. Pugh, from the Committee
Claims and Grievances, reported La
House Bill No. 70, in relation to the c
of Parkersburg purchasing the grour
of the Wood County Agricultural a
Mechanical Association, without reco
luuiiuauuu.
Also, IIuiihp Hill No. 8Ct to increi
the supply of food finite* in the rivi
anil waters of this State, without reco
mendation.
_ Senate Bill No. 95, in relation to o
cial bonds, came up on its third readi
and was paused.
Senate Bill No. (iC, regulating freij
and passenger rates on railroads, ca
i up on its third reading and was pass
i Senate Bill No. 19, in relation to mi
age. came up on its third reading and v
i laid on the table.
Senate Bill No. 85, in relation to I
Wheeling and Elin Grove llailway Co
f pany. came up on its second reading a
was ordered to its third reading.
Senate Bill No. 89, to provide f
t schools for the district of Spencer, in i
i county of Koane, came up on its secc
i reading, ami was ordered to a third re
ing.
j Senato Bill No. 91, to exempt citi&
s of counties from performing labor on i
[ public roads on the payment of mon
came up on its second reading, and i
t ordered to a third reading.
Senate Bill No.92, concerning the II
> pital for the Insane, came up on its hccc
1 reading, and was laid on the table.
House Bill No. G(?, to pay the count)
> Berkeley, out of the general school fu
i money which, through mistake, was i
' paid in 187G, came up on its second re
ing. and was ordered to a third readi
? limine Rill No. 155. nrorldinir for
t appointment of certain officer# by I
> Governor, came up on ha pecond readi
i and was ordered to a third reading.
House Bill No. 43, to protect buc
i lamps and other aids to navigation, ca
up on n Becond reading and was ordci
I to a third reading.
House Bill No. 94, prohibiting the
nuance of checks, tokens, or any otl
! thing in lieu of money in payment
s labor, came up on its second reading t
was ordered to a third reading.
Senate Bill No. 80, for the relief
\ John H. llobbs A Co., came upon
\ second reading, and pending the flirt!
1 discussion of the bill the .Senate tool
recess until 2:30 p.m.
1 afternoon 81h310n.
- Senate Bill No. SO, to allow John
liobbs ft Co. $521 59 for balance on c
4 tract for stone furnished the State P?
tentiary. wan taken up, and the Sen
4 refuHod to order the bill to its engr<
' ment.
7 Senate Bill No. 53, to prevent the c
tifying of frivolous cases from Justice*
the County Court, was read a sccond ti
and laid on the table.
\ the capital bill.
Senato Bill No. 25, for the perman
i location of the scat of government
this State, was then taken up and reat
second time.
The Clerk theu read an amendmenl
the Finance Committee, proposing
i submit to the people the expediency
submitting the question of permanent
cation.
Mr. Caldwell said the amendment \
introduced to test the sense of the peo
of the State, as to their desire, at t
time, to permanently locate the Canil
i Ho had heard from members of i
legislature, from various portions of I
I State, that the people ot the State wi
i clamorous for the settlement of thin qa
tion; that they desired for its settlemi
i to take the question out of the hands
the Legislature, so that they could ;
upon other matters. But this bill as
came before the Senate contained nopn
osition, asking the people of the Sb
whether they desire at thia timo
permanently locate or aa to where <
Capital should be. Many deny, he sa
that tho people are clamorous for the b
tlcment of this questioa; many memtx
stated that it was not the time to pern
nently locate the Capital of tho 8ti
that the State was undeveloped; that
. I he Committee on Finance, through iti
chairman, reported llotme Bill" No*. 85
80 and 110j to paw.
On, motion of Mr. JohiiHon, the SenaU
adjourned until to-morrow morning a
# 10 o'clock.
!?' ______
11,e ,MED
, BISHOP.?On Thursday, Fi-brutry 1'tb, 1877
. ? Join* BlitHOP, ifcd HI wirs.
J11? Funeral from (he residence of C. M. Cueo, E'*|.
ier? Peon itreet, I?lind, on Sunday, February 18,1877
at 3% o'clock p.m. Fi tends respectfully intltti
n?* (oiittenJ. Intermmtat Mt. Wood Cemetery.
led, rr.SHFlKLD.-On Friday, February 1C, 1877
ind at li o'clock noon. Lydia N.. widow of the lati
Samuel B. BushOrid^ln the 09 th year of her age.
on Funeral to-morrow (Sunday) at 2 o'clock r. m.
^0> from the residence of J. II. Good, No. 22 Fifteentl
, 0f street. Friends of the deceased are Invited to at
lhe tend. Inicrmcnt at Greenwood.
(j TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
ted
dipaktt'r* of tba?c\
a.m. a.m. i'.m. i*. m
iIU- B.A 0. It. II...... 0.40 10:36* 0:50 ..
lU8 Cent. 0. DIt 7:68 4:l?t 10-.2& ..
, W.P.A&DIr 7:55 4:25
ch- a: m.
Cler. A Pitta. ^ 6:06 11:C0 8:10 4:80
nil abVival op tkaiks.
a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m
ln. li. A 0.11R 8.55 8:33 S:C6? 11:30
for Cent. 0. Dlr 7:43 U:40f 7:80 ?
mt
W. P. A II. Dlr ..* 7:80 8:63 - ....
. p.m. p.m. a.m
tfl Cler. A I'lttn... 12:40 6:60 8:63 9:80
111 , Daily except Sunday?Cumberland Accotnmo
datlon.
Hie t Dailjr excrnt Sunday?Newark Accommodation
ces jSteubenrille Accoinmodatlou.?Thla train dur
iiiKtheday passes backward and forward betweei
Martin's terry and BeUalre, stopping when reaui
rod at Sherman House, J?tna*ifle, West Wheclini
11 j and Gravel Hill.
th- ?
SPECIAL NOTICES.
d Specialties for Fsmilies.
ie? Coxt'i and Nelson's Refined Gelatines.
Choice Sherry and Maderia Wines,
Corn Starch, aupcrlor grade,
Tapioca, very fine and white,
nd Pearl Sago, for puddings
K. Colgate'a Cashmere Boquet Soap,
Colgate's Honey and Rote Soaps,
Bazine'a Barber and Bath Soap),
Tallman'a Fine Perfumes,
OD Farina's Colognes
Snglbh Nail and Tooth Brushes,
Bufl'alo Hair Brushes,
"J Rubber Dressing Combs,
id.H French Hilr Oils and Pomades,
n.i Handkerchief Extracts
A nd all other Druggist's Sundries, at
m" .I.<q UUCHLIN BROTHERS & CP'S.
we ~~
ToBuilders&Dealers
E. ,s
"? Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
g WINDOW GLASS.
ran Doors, Sash, Shutters,
Frames, Lumber, Lath & Shingles
ind We ca? ami irnl glve you Bottom Trices
Try us before buying elsewhere.
ill* mm mmm ^
>m> tianes, Wilson & uo.,
ad- 1 1
1228 mAKKKT stjikbt.
ens f/2
lCj* ^ K- ''Al,u'
Dealers In all klnda ol
08. PI A I.V, FIOURKD AND DECORATIVE
PAPER HANGINGS.
'n?,! IIANliIKU DONK TO ORDER >1 iliort nolle
/ Having secured the aerrloes of Mr. L. Lutea, o
uui, Byjtop, oompjrtcd the painting li
au- the Capitol Building) aa manager, we arc prepare*
ng. to do all kinda of Painting, Graining, Ac; alto
,1? painting in cncamtlc and distemper colon, am
. iiultatlonaof all kinds of wood. Wall and Cellln
the Decorations lor Churches, Public Buildings, Pri
ing Tatc Residences, Halls, Hotels, Ac., executed fron
original designs. Kaliiomlning a specialty.
A. W. PAUI.L A BRO.-1142 MAIN ST.
fel5
mo ???
cd Ala'8ALE*
js The.fi rent Bale of
bi OIL PAINTINGS and CHROMOS
'?5 Tint li totakr place>1HDTCHIHS' ARTSTORi
Mil will include many fine pictures painted l>y horn
and foreign artlsm. GUI and examine at No. 132
0[ Market Street Art Store. fcM
Jtl JOHN FllIF.DEI,,
c a niALKB IN
CMNA, OI.ASS AND Ql'RENSW'ARK,
WALL PAPER and HOUSE FURNISHING GOOD!
II. A large stock alwaja on band.
0l\' 1*13 NO. 1130 MAIN 8T.
!M- ?
r PRESCRIPTION FREI
For the speedy Cure of Beminal Weakness. Lot
cr- Manhood, and all dlaorden brought on by Indlscn
I to tlon or Excess. Any Druggist haa the ingredient!
me f Add rest DR. JAQUES k CO., Cincinnati, 0.
WANTED-A SITUATION AS ORGAN IS1
* V in one of the dty churchet. Address "OH
ent GANldf," care Dally In taUlgenoer. fei2?
fOr _
1 " JUSEPII HUPOHiK,
l of PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER,
, FTai on hand a fine lot of prime Gee*
' 01 Feathers. Pillows, Bolsters and Feathei
lo- Bods made to order, rery cheap.
No. 72 Twelfth St? Odd FMoart' Hall.
*aa
jj!? ?)pDSON brother?,
lal- DRAI.RR3 IX
Ihe
the ROOFING SLATE
grain and hay.
?nt No. ifiOS Mnin 8treet, and 1502 South S
of "pl'r>
'it JK WAN'T
LETTER-HEADS PRINTED,
to
Ihe
id, CALL AT THK
et?.
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE
ite;
we 25 and 27 FouBTKErrn bt.
/
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
gECOND PfiiaBYTERI AM .CHUEci "
8errlc?a to-morrow at 10k a. m. and 7 r. M. I
Preaching by Bar. D. W. FuSer, p.p. fan I
rpitlVELEBS "
General Railroad
?AHI>8TEAM8HIP
TICKET OFFICE,
12CU MA BET STREET.
Tlcketa ara aolil at thla offlc* via Baltimore A
Ohio Ballroad, Central Ohio Railroad, and OeveUnd
<1 Pittsburgh Ballroad; alio to and froiu
Europe via White Star, Inman, National, Amerlcan,
Wllllama A (Juloe, and lted Star Htramiblp
Um* Ordara for Otnnibua and Baggage can be
left at thla office.
fr!7 JOHN BAILIE, Agent
ANTEDThree
or four (llrh to lav gold leaf. Apply at
once. llANDLAN, YOUNU A CO.,
Ml 1823 Main btiaeU
p LA. O. M. U,
The roetuben of the Mardl (lias fcoclety will
meet at 1118 Main street
THIS EVENING at 7:10 o'clock. .
Partlea having lllla agalnat the Society will I
pleaat aend them lu. By order ol 1
fa!7 _J BEX. 1
NOTICEWASHINGTON'S
BIRTHDAY.
THIRD ANNUAL ORfNGE BALL
. Of MAIDEN C1TT LODGE, No. 108, will W held
1 nt SteubcDrjuch'i Hall, Eighth W?rd, on
THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, '/2d Feb., 1H77.
Music by J. J. lurch's Quadrille Bund. I
. Ticket! BQc. fe!7?
( RANTED- " |
f A pleasant, airy, well lighted Iloora, in
' the ecntre of the city, for Kindergarten
i school. Address
1 MISS A. TAYLOR,
, feir Female College.
P
: Floturo EN iiIIm, Coi*<l,&e.
t n
?AT?
Q. MENDEL, BOOTH & COS.
feir
11711 KKLINU 1.IDKARY AS80CIA,
YV TlON.
, Notice U hereby glveu that the W heeling l.lbra1
ry and Rending Room have Urn removed to Boom
No. 37, In the basement ol the Capitol Building?
, en I ranee through door on Sixteenth alrret.
? : Ml IT. F. Bl'LI.IIlEN, grc'y.
, JjlOR RENT OR SALE.
\ The Store Boom and Dwelling No. KJi2 .Main
atrect.
The Cue Duelling No. 18 Fifteenth street.
Two small Houses on the Island, and three tone*
tnrnta in the Fifth Ward, on Main street.
Enquire of II. FORBES,
fe!7 1H2 Chapline Street.
. rp HE
1 WO.VAK'S TBMrF.IiASCF I XIOA'
, Will hold a Gospel Meeting at Wealey Chapel (In.
stead of U Fella llall) TO-MOltROW AFTERNOON
ut '<\x/t o'clock. Messrs Dunbar and Btrlnf
?er, who have been holding meeting at the Fourth
Street M. E. Church, will ciudnct the meeting.
PUBLIC A HE INVITED. felT
TUST RECEIVED
tJ
A nice lot of those
SILVER FILLIGREE GOODS,
I Consisting of Necklacea, Lockets, Pins, Ear Rings,
' Hair Ornaments, dr. Call and aee thcui. They
* arc having a lig run East, anil aro very fashionable.
fc!7 TURNER & DILLON.
j ^MOTHER
l Reduction in American Watches.
' Call and sec our large stock ami low I
prices. They are so cheap uobmhj urul he \
irithont one.
Two Large Cases of Silverware
Opened to-day. New designs and very low
prices.
HENNEGEN, BATES & CO., _
1154 MAIN 8TREET.
fe!7
' ?WT OF LETTERS?
Remaining unclaimed In the Post Office at Wheel- 1
ing, Ohio county, West Va., Saturday, February 17
, 187*. To obtain any of the following, tho applicant
must oak for advertised letters, giving date of
list.
? Atkinson Aggie 2 Monroe J II
Arnt Elizabeth Meyer Louisa
. Atkinson John Meganan Charlis
I RldwellJC Maxwell Daniel
Barett Ann Norl Geo S
Rarett Kate Nichols J D
Rua min Wallace Neff George
Rrown Katy Neusan t Solomon
Chestler West Owen Maud
Chamberlain J E Orr Hiram
Crawford 0 W Osten Wm
Conkle Magglo Proctor D W
. Conner John C Powell H A
' Dugan Edward Rollly Philip
Goodman Charlie Ruhl Koblraard A Co
Gaskln: John Reynolds Elley ?
Greer mis JI. Hcbnepf Frod
Gibbors W A I. Steelman Ttllle
Grow Elm Schinder ltosie
? Gibson John Smith Jane
Haloy Rosanna Hrln John P r
llllUtcrn John Temple W L
Knox A Faynian Tattle John M
Ladham mra 11J Wilhelm L 1
Lovell A W Wilson W M 2
Lnuiotte John Aston West Emma C
C. J. RAWL1NQ, P. M.
FOR CINCINNATI AND. ir-? h
Intennedlato Polnta. <?2^3 p
The now and awlft Paasenger Steamer
HUDSON Wm. M; List, Master
Charlie D. List, Clerk,
Will leavo for the above on Saturday, February
17ih, at it o'clock P. m. p
For frelgh t or passage apply on board or to /?
(fit) C. H. BOOTH A SON, Agent*
SPECTACLES.
Those In early or middle life who hnve occasion
* to wear glasses, should be careful In their selection.
1 Oxtoby A Duflicltl. Opticians, 1103 Main street, for
J the past ten years have nude Spectacles a specialty
1 and the eyo a study. They sell only tho iik&t
j glass, wlileb relieves nil dlmifewt, glimmering, Ac.,
1 restoring health anil vigor to the eye. Also lu store,
8 Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ac. iu
telC OXTOBY A DPPFlEtP.
jySSOLUTION. Notice
ii hereby glrcn that the tirrn ol J. Friedel
A Co. was dissolved on the flrat day ol February,
1877. by mutual conicnt, F. fc'chwertfager retiriurf.
All persona knowing themselves Indebtod to the
abore firm will please call and rettle: those liaving
claims against said firm will present them for seti
tlenimt at once.
, Tbe business will bo continued at the old stand,
Mo. 11.10 Main itrect, by the remaining partner,
? John Fridel, who U authoiUed to settle the ac0
eounu of thp lato tlrm.
JOHN FBIFDEL.
lelC F. SC11WERTFAUKR.
THE MAY QUEENS
5. A PASTORAI. CANTATA,
By WU.lum .Stkhniul* Bhsni.it, will lie given 1
by the
; WIESEL MUSICAL INSTITUTE
At their llall In Odd Feliowa Building, on M
" TUESDAY EVENING, February 20th,
Couimenriog at 8 o'clock.
** Admission at door 50c. Each member, with one
lady, admitted on membership ticket
Not*.?'The State officers and Legislators of We?t E
P Virginia to bo specially invited. felO
QFFICE BTATIONKRY.
Book Keeper* and Merchants are requested to 5
cxamlno our stock of A
BLANK BOOKS AND OFFICE MATERIAL,
Which we tell at ante-war prices.
bTANTON A DAVENPORT,
fel5 ? Twelfth Street.
QFFICE BASKETS, F
WORK BASKETS, WILLO H' WOKS-STANDS,
SKA GRASS TABLE MATS, at
TWELFTH STREET VARIETY STORE, No. 31. 1
? WM. MING NI COI.L, Manager.
felS F
r a
t pAlWON3- ?
PHOTOGRAPHIC SHADOW, *
EFFECTS. I
jaG J
jyjEAT STORE. j;
Tho undersigned hava opened a Meat Store at 1110 u
Market street, where we will keep constantly on n
. band all kinds of l'resh an 1 Smoked Meats, dau- T
ii sages, Puddings. Ac. it
we respectfully solicit a share of the public b
patronage. ti
Ja27 SCHAIBEU A 8EIBKBT.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
iEO. R. TAYLOR & CO
We have juat opened our
1STEW STOCK
OF LADIES'
Cambric Underwear
And
MIGHT DRESSES
The goods we offer in this department were manufactured e?
ressly for our own sales, and we can recommend both quality c
laterial and work. Prices lower than last Season.
Just Received-Also Our New Stock:
STRIPED AND PLAIN NAINSOOKS,
PLAIN FRENCH NAINSOOKS,
PLAIN FRENCH MASALIAS,
WHITE BROCADE CAMBRICS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND INSERTINGS.
HAMBURG FLOUNCINGS,
REAL TORCHON LACES, &c? &c.
Also a fine assortment of handsomeBLACK
SILK FRINGES
GEO. E,. TAYLOR &c CO.
feIC
RED IRON FRONT.
THE SILVER LAKF Fl DIIR HOIISF
LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
GROCERIES
IN THE CITY, INDUCEMENTS TO CASH AND PROMPT BUYEBJS.
C. OGLE 13AY & HONS,
uol No. 1413 mid 1111 Muln Nlrorl.
INSURANCE. PLUMBINC.CAS FITTINi
'EM INSURANCE CO,,
wheeling, w. va. Plumbers, Gas & Steam Fitter
1814 MABKET HTBEET.
?1H iin o.niini ?inn nnn Dcalera In all klndi of Lend. Wrought ami Ci
lid up Capital, - ? $100,000 Iron PI|k^, Sewer Plpw.nddlmner Top., StM
and Water Gauucs, Siphon Pumps, Safety voir
Bath Tubs, Sink*, Ac. bole Agents for the
Writes moderate lines on Dwellings, Farm SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINI
roperty, tirst-cluss Mercantile and Mnnuduring
risk, &ud on Curgo rlrtu on West- avorders from country promptly filled,
n waters.
Jell WHEELING. W. VA.
DIRECTORS mill M BI.K & HORNBROOK,
Win. Bailey, 'J'hos. lloghes, JL
2T&!? Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitter
R s , ? ,"SB' Mi""r '= l-J. "on. U.lr,nM, mrnu,, W.I
n out ov 52 lmulbaen. anj pj^ j?Wp conitantly on Land a Ui
M. BAILEY, PH?t. J. V.LjEOpQEBa,Bcc y. uaortuient Bram Goods, Btearaaud Watmiuag
LLWIB BAILE*, Cashier. i?uu,,, tnj 0m Fixtures.
Ja37
????i???? BOLU AflliNTH VOI WSKI VIHH1HIA fOB
S 3? IRi X 3ST G" ! DOLMAN'S CELEBRATED 6AS KACHIN
HKNl) PUS CIRCUITS K.
B141B MAKKET STREET. WHf CLIMQ, WKS1 VA.
Rho.Vj tlouipt Attention glveu to wider* (iniu adhrtAiti
' T? Iron Mills and Engine Builder
I We have added to our PLUMBING and II.
r,M^W?alil , KITTING establishment. a now and Mtnukta
I BRAS8FOIINDKY,
_ . __ and are now prepared to ui*ke nil kinds'of M
Xi ~ ~ IVI A. U K LT fsll.. una Engluo Brass Costings at short nolloi mil
i tlietury Inequality.
,,.r4U, , u'm * HOHNBItOOK,
myl Mu. Ills Uarkrt itrcfL
SMITH Ar CO., gOOKS AND PAIIPITI.ETS,
irewer., MllUt.r. 4 Hop Dealer,. ^ W|TH mmm ,N0 01JMICH
OFFICE OF Tilt
Hat lug thoroughly reuoraUHl thu Wheeling
rowory.and changwl Its cntlramanagement hy Y luqiui . ,,jknci."!?
nnlunca Joint Btock Company,and placing Mr. IMII.l lMM.I.lUhNUK,
. E. SMITH la charge of the 15rowing Depart"
* no" 10 ""** S5 .ml 27 Fonrternth f
HMITH'H CEI.ET BATED ......
ITTER, WE A KEKNETI ALES. POWER, Ac., F"XTHS ALTERBI
ullyuptcthulUndtrlwhichhuherelotomilTM KKPAISRU Hill CI.KAKSU, a I*,
icw auch extensive reputation.
W? naptcUuUy nllc 1 roar A m OlflVB, BUHPF.NDKII A SHOULIIKK BRAl
JNDERTAKING. mamifactwiy.
CofflnB and CnwUetH, J"3' mamktarum-. i?iow I'miob.
rom cheapest price to tho moat finely ornainnutwJ. VTKW STOCK
l*o. Hhrouda, Crape, Glives, dc. Calls unswi red l\
"wm.'zI'NK& son, wax for FL?WER!
urntture and Carpet Booms, North End Centre CVTTEBP, M0I.D3, BOOKS,
Wheeling Market. felO
And other materials In tho line, juat opened at
1UQ0 L. L003 Ale LURE UOUSK ART BTORR.
.... .. (rS F- L. NICOLL.
jvould respectfully announce to tho Hon. mem* ??
traof the benateand House of Delegates and the I TNDERTAKING.
jhllc In general that he keer* a fine stock of Vlr- \J
F?" ?" >" !?. nnd kind,
CornnN ana Cn?Uot?.
XL t ,IS friend & son,
onagv.' nfjoo i-loos, Furniture and Carpet Dealers,
ja9 No. 70 Twelfth itreet. fe3 10C3 Main street.
FOR SALS.
pUBI.ic SALli "
City of Wheeling 10-30 Bonds. *
' Tho undersigned Cbuinlialonera will aell for cash
to tbo higbeat bidder, at tbo
Exohaige Bank, la the City of Wheellag,
West Virginia,
Tbo bond* of tho City of Wheeling, to bo Inuod under
an Ordinance of City of Wheeling, entitled "An
Ordinance to provide for the iaaueanuaale of booda
by tbo City of Wheeling, and for tbe payment and
redemption thereof,' pained January 0th, 1877.
All Mua muat be In writing. tnld bomla are live m
hundred dollara each, payablo on or before the lit t i
day of March, 1007, at tho Exchange Bank, of P I
Wheeling, with Interest at tbe rate of alx percent ! '
iter annum, payable ieml-annuilly,nnd arc exempt
from taxation by mid city. Noblda will be received
at 1cm than the par value of tbubonda. lllda
_ will bo received at Mid lUnk until and Including
the 7tk day #f March, 1877.
Such an amount only of the bonda will be laaued
an Council may direct. All blda to be oddreaaed to
tbo tinderstguud Commlaalouera at tbo Exchange
ltank, Wheeling K. J. KTO&B,
J. J. JONE8.
J. U. HOFFMAN,
_fe8 Commlaalonera.
SALE OF EWING PROPERTY
On the Island.
. ? ? 2.
uiAib ur nui unutnia, uunnuin0
TY AND COUNT* COUBT.
Clara V. McNulty. with W. A.1
McNulty lur husband.
VS.
Jainea M. Ewlng, Jr., Elizabeth
Blchardaon,with W. R. lllcbard
>n her hualand, Mnrr Bind, I" I
with Jaiura H. Blggi hrr hus- In Chancery. Llii
band. Kruuia E. I'ccK, with Wiu.
Peek hfr husl?nd, James H. Ew- tu
ing and Kate Ewlng, hclra at law j
o( William Ewlng, dee'd, and |
Afarr Ewlng, widow of the said 1
Win. Ewlng, dee'd, J
fly virtue of tho authority vestod In tho undersigned
by a decree entered In the above entitled
cause, on tho ? day of June, 1876, In aaid County x
Court, the undersigned, Special Commissioners.
will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,at
the front door of the Court House of Ohio county,
West Virginia, on ppj,
WEDNESDAY, the 7th day of March, 1877, c?intucuclng
at to o'clock a. u.,
if The following dmcrlbed real estate, altnated on ''
' Wheeling Island, lu the city of Wheeliug, State of
Weat Vliglnln, tbatlatoany: lotanumbered fortythree
( ?.'?), fortjr-four (-14), aud tho westerly onehalf
of lot nuuilier forty-live (45), In that addition ('j|
to the city Hf Wheeliug known aa tho addition to
the city of Wheeling laid out by Henry Moore,
truatee of tho eitate of Elwncxcr Katie, dreoased,
in such |urccls aa may Ust subserve the intcrcata l-i
of tho parties.
Tbiik? ok Sai.k?One-third lu hand, and n>
much more us tho bidder may desire to pay; the remainder
in two noted at nine and eighteen months,
with Interest from tho day of Bale; to bo ami rod in fel
such manner a* may be satisfactory to tho Com- mm
mlssloners. Title to be retulncd until tho purchase
money ii all raid.
DANIEL PECK and
JOHN O. PENDLETON,
Special Commissioners. j-y
W. 11. IUh kh, Auctioneer. frti I 11
gALE OF
Nursery Stock. ^
The undersigned in now elf*ring her entire inter
terest in the stock cf trcea and plauts growing In 1
the
Pleasant Hill Nursery, Ohio Co., W. Va.,
at GREATLY P.EDOCED BATES ior the Spring
of ls77, which stock conalata of a large lot of two,
three and four year old Apple trees, all first class, fqi
I to 8 fuel h'gh, and embracing HO choice varieties;
alio a very large stock of Peacu trees, one and two
years from bud, strictly first claaa, embracing 80 feU?"
varieties, with n fair htock of Pear and Cherry
trees, dwarf and standards. Also, Plum, Quince yyce
and Apricot trcM. Forty varieties of Urapevines,
one and two years old. Currants, Ciocaebemes,
Strawberries, Wtisplwrrlva and Blackberries, in variety.
Evergreens and Shrubbery In vatlety, and
tine Shade trees, all sizes,
The above will be ottered at greatly reduced rates Bin
until the 20th of April, particularly by the ICO or
Correspondence solicited from all pcnmia (tailing ^
good nursery stock. dlgci
Uuujciuk'r that tlicso trees are all grown on the temj
highest land In the countr, which secures for thou f jam
a thoroughly ripe and acclimated growtU, and that ? W|
the past35 yearn experience of the proprietor and .
of the fiuit growers generally lias placed this among 1
the most favorably known nurseries ol tblscoun- will
try. All trees carefully packed and delivered at with
the Railroad .Station free of charge. foun
l'or further particulars address,
It. E. DUNLAP, or es8?:
W1L M. DUN LAI',
fel-dAw West Alexander, Washington Co., Pa.
QOMMISSIONER'S SALE.
In the Circuit Court of Tyler county, West Virginia.
For
Thomas I). Goad I, ) Vn.
vs. J-In Chanccry 5.?
mm The People's Manufacturing Co. ctal. J *or
By virtue of a decree rondo In the above entitled ?ori
cauM>, at the November term of the Circuit Court *or
ol Tyler connty, the undersigned, who was up- For
pointed a bpccicl Commissioner for that purpoee, For
will, on For
MONDAY, February CO, 1S77, For
(that being a Court dar); coinmcncing at 10 o'clock
a.m., ut tho front door of the Court House, in
Middlebournc, In said cfiunty of Tyler, proceed to
sell at public auction, to the highest res]>onsible
bidder, tho following described property, belonging
to tho said The People's Manufacturing Company, A
to-wlt: A certain tract of land situated In said club
I couuty, on Middle Island creek, and described as ftf ?
follow.: f
' Beginning at a white oak, corner to belri of Wll- atlllr
11am Martin, dee'd; thence north Cl?, E. fi poles anJ
and 18 links, to a stono corner also to said heirs;
thence to'. 61 , W. 10 poles to tho creek bank, tame
course continued acrosa the creek to a stone on tho
opposite bank; thence up tho creek and with tho
meandcrlngs thereof and binding thereon to a sugar w
tree, corner to (J.C. Fleaher and John Craig, deed: **'1
thence N. 07?. E, 14 polea, to a stone on the oppo- 1877
slto bank of the crcelt; thence down the creek with the 1
the mcanderlngs thereof and binding thereon 82^ mn?
poles to tho beginning, containing one-half acre, v'.
? more or lew.
Q Alio, a certain other tract of land, situated in club
* said wunty, on said creek, and bounded as follows, diret
to-wit: Beginning at a stone on the crcck lank, duh
corner to a lot deeded by said Fleaher and wife to Ci1
Mows Galloway; thence B. Clu, W. 18 polea to a
stone; thence N.260, W. 84 poles to a stone; thence Bppi
N. C4 , E. 20 poles to ?stone jiear the creek bank;
_ Mi?M?k inw lucuicauuenogsiuerc- | [|l
g of iV/j poles, to the beginning, contalng 4 acres,
' more or leas. From this l?i>t described tract tlierc
is exempt and not to bo sold lots numlicred 4,5,11 jt
and 12, conveyed by the People's .Manufacturing
, . Co. to John Core; and another parcel of 82 rods
" and 108 feet, sold by said Company to Levi Hlssem.
On tUo tracts to bo sold are (Hunted a three-story ^
? factory building, containing valuablo machinery, ?
Qxtuies and appliances, lor the manufacturo of J
? woolen goods, all In good running order. And.
1, also, other buildings, tho second story of one of
which the store and wareroom vlllbeHold together
with the entrance and stairway thereto, subject to
a 99 years leaso in furor of bhilo I-odge, ho. C8,
i. a o. f.
? txmis OP 8 ai.k-One-third of purchase money
rush in hand, balance in two equal Installments, ut
one and two years from date ot sale, with good securitjr
and bearing Interest.
T. J. HUOUS,
31 .Special Commissioner.
a nOMUlBSIONEKS' BALK
K? n
ov a j
Valuable Farm In Ohio and Marshall
Counties.
Notice Is hereby given that we shall, pursuant to
a decree ol tho Circuit Court of Ohio county, West
Virginia, made and entered on theCth day of January,
1877, in n cause In chancery pending In said
Court, wherein Henry K. List Is complainant, and
i- Zacharlsh Pumphrey'a administrator and otheta
are defendants, procoed to sell at public auction, to
the highest ami tiest bidder, at the front door of
the Court IIou?o of Ohio county, West Virginia, on y
8 SATURDAY, the 17th day of February, 1877, *
' Commencing at 10 o'clock a. v., the followlug de...
scribed tract of land: "Commencing at a sugar D_.
tree, corner of I.cwla Bennett's, N. 75J49, K. 182 "01
tales ton fallen elm; thence X. 23*4?, K. C7 poles
o a white oak; N. 40WJ, E. iW poles to n stakein a
pile of stones: thcnco K. 7514", W. 'JA to two Ma
sugar trees; thcuce N,08\ W. 53 to a red oak.
I S, i?J4'', W. 72 to? stake,where M. Shepherd's
? corner stood; thence 8.80V<io, W- 70--? too stake ,
near where a white oak stood; thcnce S..7J, K. 147 0U
to place of beginning, containing one hundred
and' forty-eight atrca (148), being the aatue land
conveyed to Ztcharish l'uniphrey by John A. nar
Hood and wife, by deed dated March Gtb, 1813." P?*F
Excepting therefioin, however, the 1U acres, 1 -rood
** and :u porches sold to Nicholas bchrocdcr br'/.?charlih
Pumphrey and wlfa by deed dated the 22d \Vn
day of April, lbC8f and of rcconl among the land
records of Marshall county, West Virginia, und
which is more particularly descrll?d as follows:
Beginning at a stone and sugar tree. N. 5%", W. Caf
AT 77 4-100 pole* to a stone; Uience N. 8ft)v,
12 84-100 jwles to a atone corner to Pumphrey;
thence 8. 45%", E. to a itonc corner to Pumphrey qiiI
uml Causlan. thonccS. 7C1. W. to the l*eglnnlng. oul
Tebms uv Balk?One-fourth cash, Imlance In
three equal payments atetght, sixteen and twentyfour
month*, with Interest from day o( sale, and (Jilt
to l>e recured to the satisfaction of tho Commit*
'i: ilfners. DANIEL PECK,
Hannibal Forbes,
\ Special Commissioners. I KlI'
'? WimiMKo, January 15,1877. Jal5 111
JUST RECEIVED?ANOTHEK LOT OF
E DIRT BARROWS. T
* ? A
The price puts them wilhln the reach ol everybody
that has use for a Wheelbarrow.
} I hare also on hand n No. 1 HEAVY WAGON, __
), suitable for hauling Pig Metal, Iron or Stone. This
Wagon wa? made by on* of our best city makers. v?*
It la offered at a tory low price. Call and see it.
.JACOB SNYDER,
1105 MAIN STREET. C
? no80 ' O
Fine silver watches for *ig.oo
>EACH.
01 TUBNER & DILLON will offtr this week a lot _I?
of flno Nlckle, Fuji Jewclod, Coin SllTcr Watches, ^ _
for |15 OOcach. Every one warranted to bo a strict- ftl)
ly reliable timo piece. Ri|
Sole Ajjcnts for tho ctlcbratvd "Lango" Wtfches. salo i
le3
DRY COODS. |
Special Bargains
HAMBURG j
dgings and 1
Insertings. |
Just received oil poiulgnmeot:
SOO YARDS I
0? I
HAMBURG
sings and Wings! |
which niuatDc sold out in uie
Vext Sixty Days
AT
ces Far Below Their Value;
jw that it will astonish all who will call
nnd look at the goods.
ill noon, an the gooili arc selling fast.
ENRY ROEMER,
No. 2008 Mala Street.
1)3
lsrr.
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