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FOR RENT
JjlOR BENTThe
two*torj Hrkk Home on F Iflccntb atraet,
No. 122, ccntalnlo* Mi rootni, Inldea kitchen,
bath rooa and work kitchen, will I* for rent from
April lit, H)7. Apply to
HA Mi. ?. BABJilTZ,
jaMod Truatw.
JIOR RKNTMorton
l]ou?e, opposite Court Home,
Mound?vllle, W. Va. None other than a
temperance tnan need apply.
rorlS 0. B. McFADDEN.
FOIt UBMT-11IK TWOfitOlY BRICK
llouH' Mo. 2233 Chapllne aliert, containing
aartn rooms, bath room, pantry, and atote room.
Inquire on the pi cm 1m, or of
THOU. If. LIST,
mrlt Cor, Chaplin* and 'M Htreet.
jjlOR RENTTWO
Dwelling JJouies on Twentieth 8k,
between Main and Market utreets; aeven ,
rooraa and hnll in each; gas and water.
Will he rented low. Enquire of
TII03. U. MOPPET,
tnr!2 i?106 Market 8t._
T710R RENT? i
r
A first-rlsM tiroeery Store Uoom nn<l
Dwelling, with nine rooms, km ami water,
No.63 Lightucnth Mreet. 1 to lit fl'O.OO per
month. Possession given April Int.
Apply to
rori2 A. M. ADAMS. '
JjlOR RENT?
Cottage House on South Penn street, .
Island. Possession given April 1st.
Apply to MRS. A. P. FINK,
Pirl'J South Penn Street, Island. i
JjlOR RENTThe
hsndaome Kioto Itootna No*. 12ft ami 1327
Market HtrerU Mo Utter builnrw location Id the
dtr.
Alio, large and airy room* on the seeand floor of
awe block, with every con Ten lone for office* and
sleeping rooms. Apply to
mr7 J? W. PAX TON.
JjlOR RENTA
form containing r>7 tcrr* Mtilalile for (ianlenIng
or Dairy purptMi, with a #oo?l Coal Hank
opened and ready for liar, iltuattd on tba Ohio
rircr, two miles abotr city. For ternts enquire of
A. M. J At oh,
Or J. K. WOO US,
mr7 ^ 9 Clarkibun:, W. Va.
JjlOR RENT OR SALE.
The 8ton? Itoom atd^Cwilllng No. 1012 Main
Street. |
Tha fine Dwelling No. IS Fifteenth street. .
Three tenemtnta In the Fifth Ward, and aix
roomed houae on Main street.
Enquire o! II. FORBES,
UH 1142 Chapllne Ktreet.
poll BENTA
two-story Brick Dwelling, baTlog mud rooms, .
ball up italra ?d?1 down, large waib bouse, good |
cellar??o Virginia atrrel, Island.
Also, the two^tury Frame Dwelling,wren rooms,
good halU and cellar?on South York street. Both j
of above arc modern build and bare cupboardsand \
preisea In every comer.
Alto, (be two end tenement! iu the Church Row, i
on York atreet, each four rooms, good cellar. '
All the above are newly pspered and grained. |
Inquire o! K. J. STONE, or
J. T. 6TONE,
felt At Bridie ccrrer Hbi< Store- 1
jk>r rest?
Tbe Store Room on Market street cow occupicd
by Howell, Hull A fclndalr.
AUo, Front Boom ou second floor adjoining the
law office of Daniel Lam>>, Es>|.
Puaeaaion given April 1st.
jaM B. CRANOI.E.
QFFICES FOB RENT.
Tbe Hall now occuplrd by the Wheeling IJbra- f
ry Association!* to be couvcrttd intooflhes, whieh
will be ready fur ocrupanry on the lit of April.
Lawyers and others dctiiinx a suitable office will
pleiM apply to .J. M. TODD, or
W. 1'. McKELVKY, ?
_J?15 b'J Hftecnth St. jj
jpor. RENT- (
Biisinwa Roomn, Oftiir* and Sleeping Rooms In
the new l\?ple'a Bank Building. A!?oa tine lsrg??
Hall on third Mory of name, with anti and com*
mlttee room* adjoinitg. 1 will aiao lent the Bank- *
Ing House, No. 1200 Main btrret. 1
THUS. O'BRIEN, '
d?fiS Agr nt
JEWELLING HOUSE FOR RENT.
No. 31 South Front street, Island?pleasantly
situated and desirable. Also, one Kootn in second
atory of No. &l Twelfib street, suitable for an office
or sleeping room, ronetsion given Immediately.
Enquire of DR. E. A. illl.DBETIf,
d?1 No. 1207 ChaplineSt
JjlOR RENTThe
large three story Warehouse No. '
1503 Main street. Two fronts, Main and
South street)!. Possession April 1st.
Apply to
de'J A. ALLEN HOWELL
J10R RENI?HOUSE?
Containing eight roomi and Bath Boom, on
Jacob street, between 13th and 14th, weat aide.
Oas tod water. Will be rented low to retponalble
tenant Enquired
JOSEPH L. WILDE,
no21 Bookseller and Htitlcncr, 1060 Main fit
FOR SALE.
pUBLIC SALE OF
Tlio Norton Property,
IN THE SIXTH WARD.
I will Mil at Public Auction, at the front door of ]
the Ohio county Court House, on
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 18:7,
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. the proj-erty situ
ated on tbe south-van corner of 1 weuij-fourth
and Main streets.
The lot fronts on Main street 100 fr*?t and In 122
feet deep. It hss on It a lkiuble Brick lloutc, in
complete repair, containing nine rooun, I alb room,
three mall (tore rooms, and a dry cellar under the
entire bouse; baa hot aud colu water and gas
throujbout. There U on it a Brick Stable ani all
nooeMary outbuildings, all under one roof.
1 KRM??Om-thinl nub, balance in one and two
years, Kerned by deed of trust on |>rn|*rtjr.
tnH3 v J.'C. HKBVKV. A sent.
T?0R SAT E?Will be sold at prlrate sa>, HotineJL
held and Kltch;n Furniture, con?i?tliin of line
Book Case,- Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Washstands,
Wardrobe*, Sldi-tioard, Carpets, Chalrsand
Kitchen Furniture, oc,; Ac.
Enquire at 2238 Chapllne street. mrlll
JlOB 8ALEThat
very eligibly located property on
Chapline street, adjoining the residence of
L. 8. Delnplain, Esq., having a front of
feet onChapliuc and rutming bock about
140 feet.
By W. V. HOOK A BIIO.,
inrlO 1300 Market Street.
jglOB BALE?
Eighty choice Building Lots on Wheeling Island.
Prte* from M00 to t?XH) each. Only one-sixth of
the purchase money required in cash. The residue
may be paid annually tu viva i?iu*l Installments
With interest.
Apply to JOHN P. UlbCHBIbT
oe-0 At Top Mill.
JjlOR SALE20
Sham Stock Exclunge Pank.
18 Shares Stock Ohio Valley Bank.
10 Shsns (stock Street Hallway.
In Bella ire Nail Mill?
1 Oertlflcmte for 20 Sbarra.
2 (Vrilflcatee for 10 Shares each.
1 Certificate for 8 Shares
feSO 1.IRWIN. Agent.
- JpOB SALE?
The undersigned will offer their LIVERY STABLES,
corner of Main aud Sixteenth at*., Wheel*
Ing, West Virginia, at prlrate sale until furtlier
DOUee. The stock comprises the l<eat equipped
Livery 8table In thedty; everything In good onler.
If not sold at private sale, due notice will lie given
uf tha day of public sale.
CIIRI8TMAN A AMICK.
TO CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS.
W? >Uo olftr tor alo tb? twMlorr Brick BuildItu
comurliluit our aUblo, the materials oj which
can b. used lor .11 buUdta, purpo.es.
IjIS CHH1STM?K * AMICK.
TJIOOK AMD LAHD. ,
D A full anpplr always on hud ot L?J Urd,
sTc. D.raa, Shoulders, Sim Kldn, a C BriatatU,
ate, oSSlBidtnlInnwotaho.wdiflf. j
OH YES!
Before RRMOYINU to mjNEW
QUARTERS,
No. 1140 Miin St., Hornbrook'i Block,
ON MARCH 15,
I offer my itoek of
BootN and Shoes
AT COOT,
FOR CASH.
If you wanl bargain*, NOW IS THE
TIMK, m the nale liwt* only a few daya.
J. T. STOIsTE,
Corner Tenth and Main Sts.
Q A. W1NUEBTEB,
DENTIST.
Jfiw ana K*?tdeuf?, No. 1067 M*Jn tit., oppodti
Unloo, Wheeling, W. V*.
TNIt.-oui OiliK Uu tnd other Anwthftla
JJ FRANK, Til E CLOTHIER,
?fl Twsurrn Brum,
Bu;i ai.d m-IIi Tickets to all poloU Eait and Wot,
AT SEDUCED BATEri.
VKfi'.ind trip tickets to Baltimore and return,
and Chicaco and return, alio oo hand. nc6
gEI.LINU OUT.
I iiitMul in iiult l-iulbiM on the fir?t of April,
and now offrt 111 good* in iuy line at coat. Goods
left for dyeing and tcourlng will l? told od the
13th of Mairh, If not irdieuied Uf le that time.
I al>? ofli r for tale nil ioj djeiDfc tuachiwry and
all article* UMd in the dyrlig bualueta. Including
one boiler, two cylinders, four dye tnla, Ac. My
houachold gncdi and fiunliure areoil'ned at pntateaalo.
)iu A. (iKAHAM,
J?Jl No. 1042 Main slre?L
SILKS, SILKS.
Blooming Black it $100.
-J Seal Brown si $1.00. ft
jj Myrtle Green at $1.00. [~|
rH Chfilnut Brown ?t $1.00. [H
hi Navy Bluo at $1.00.
^ Rich Fancy Slripea at$l.00. grj
? THE HANDSOMEST AND
JJ CHEAPEST (J)
^ SILKS H
J EVER 0FFERE0 AT RETAIL. L
H ? n
? I. BLUM&BR0. J0
1101 .Main St.
SHIIS 'SHIIS
rKETII KXTKACTKD WITHOUT
PAIN.
Diiiing the rkren years I hate l**n practicing
n Wheeling 1 hate a'lliiilrilMeml pi to ?>rernetfii
hotuaod P?TWD* with PKRFKfT HiKKTY, and in
iluiuat erery caw with entire satisfaction to myself
ind patlenu.
We corutnnUy ke?>p on hands pure NitrousOxide
las for thou? that desire to Like It.
I'll. HUHOIHON A my,
noZl No. 1143 Markets.
SAH KDAV. .11 AIMII 17.1S7T.
New AilvepllKOinenlK.
Second I'rebyterian Church.
Ti'mjierance Meeting.
Attention^ Sir Knights*.
Our Boys?Furbish Combination.
To Whom It May Concern?K. J.
? myth.
Denirahle Residence for Kent.
Knox Fruit Farm and Nurseries.
To Let, with Boarding.
Carpets?Mendel, Hooth A Co.
For Kent?Kootn.
Velocipedes?Twelft St. Variety Store.
Clocks?Ox toby & Duflield.
For Kent?Warerooms.
Merchant Tailors?C. IleBS St Son.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden.
Silks?I. Blum Ac I!ro.?head of local.
List of Letter*.
TiiriiMOMKTKn Kkcord.?The following
shown the range of the thermometer,
m observed at Schnepfa drug store,
Upera Houbo corner, yesterday:
* * 12 m. 3 p. *. 7 v. u.
:w si so
Fur Additional Local See Viral Page.
Is tliia a forward March?
Si'ake the rubbers and epoil the
health.
Thk street cars were generally crowded
featerday.
This is St. Patrick's Day, hut the
Knights will not parade.
"Our IIoyb" will attract our girls to
be Opera House this afternoon.
Oxe deed of trust recorded yeaterday.
So dmls in fee or inarriageJicenRes.
Tiif regular March term of the Muni:ipnl
Court will commence on Monday
next.
Snow use to growl about the weather,
rake it an it cornea, and be thankful it's
no worse.
Tim ladie* remained indoors yesterday
md amused themselves by discussing the
spring styles.
Out-ok-ikmjr amusement seekers have
put up their croquet pet* and taken down
theirnkut?H again.
A street car conductor yesterday
found a pocket-book containing $50,
which wan restored to the lady who had
lost it.
The Directors of the Penitentinry adrertiso
for sealed propoaals for steam
|>ower and machinery for the institution
in their charge.
The St. Alphonsus Benevolent Society
fill at ita next meeting elect delegates,
;o the German Catholic Union, which'
ueels at Cleveland May 21.
Wheemno Lodob No. 5, A. F. and a.
M., will soon remove to their new quarera
in the third-Btory of the Uuiman
uilding, corner Main and 12th streets.
A LARuK forco of men were at work reuoving
themml from Chapline street, beow
31st, yesterday, although an almost
dinding snowstorm prevailed the entire
I*/
Tice is getting in hia work again.
iVo've had our thirty-aix snow storms,
>ut as there's nothing mean about the
veather clerk he has thrown In a few
:xtraonea.
TnE Bio Foca.-There were loar
>riaonera in the lockup at 10 o'clock laat
light. Two were arreetcd for loitering
bout one of the milU, and two for diiorlerly
conduct.
Mom Trnmuci Porit.?Mr..
W. Alexander, young man who la we
known our in Belmont county, and wl
haa been hard drinker lor aome tin
paat, waa recently parauaded to algn tl
Murphy pledge, and at a lemperant
meeting in Bridgeport on Thuraday em
ing read the following poem:
Turn back! flit Bacchui, do not pour
Thy foitm through my velni!
Turn bark, 0! do Dot bnj me %xt
To drink t n jr drega (of paint).
Thou would* but drag me to the grate,
Deepeet, and dark, in nell;
Thou wouldit but draff tne.whera I hey rare,
Where drunken maniaci Ml.
Turn back! vile Barchua, let the eye
Of my mother ooce be glad;
Turn back, and let theSavlour'i cry
Awake my boeom, and.
O. bivlour, let Thy lore In me
Drive evil from my heart;
(>, (tod t I ran but truat iu Thee,
Tby grace lo me Impart.
Owl helping me, I know I will,
Hla power la ever great:
Ail fruiting him, their bearta lU'll Oil,
And change their wicked itate.
Vila llatxhua, with hla run of wine,
Employed In fcatan'a band,
Cannot reign o'er a will divine,
But Mee at lie rouimaod.
O, Hod! make jjurjvte In cach heart;
1 to act lie, utroujc, aud tare,;
To guard away the drunken dart,
Make happlura* enure.
Let each brave aoul, on earth arlie,
And help a Brother v/>,
And lead him on, beueath the iklee,
From mliary'a bitter cup.
And now, my Brother, jou, to-nl|ht,
. Come ii*n Ihta pledge with me,
Thus taking hold of Uod'aowu might,
To break from batln, free.
1 You'll ne'er regret a etep rou take
On the path that lead* to llaaveu,
The path that lead* where eoula partake
Blch bleatInga, Cliriat hath Riven.
The Courts.?County Court?jtul>
Boyd,?The following buflinesa wu trnn
acted in thia court yenterday:
An order of publication wan entered i
the cane of Amelia Schoruian v*. Henr
Wilkie.
The raneof E. E. Ztne va. Win. Aru
Mrong wax compromised, the dvfendni
agreeing to pay the coat*.
In lli a rlmnrcrv nl K I i /1 Km ill
guardian, vs. Mary IJ. Siuith, the fnfai
defendant appeared in person and tile
her sworn statement.
The jury in the case of C. Williams v
P. Schlemitiauer returned a verdict fc
the plaintifl'and assessed the damage .1
$100. A motion was made to set arid
the verdict and have a new trial.
In the case of (ieorge ]{. Tingle, Slier
ill', vs. Moses Kay, defendant context
judgment in open court for $.'132 1)0.
The ease of Martha Noller vs. Jarni
Oarritpr was put upon trial before tli
following jury: Charles Kittler, N. .
Hunter, \Vm. Hunter, Peter Frencl
(!. W. Kennedy, M. Edwards, Thos. Co:
Kichard Lead'ly, tawis Delbrugjje, H..
Chambers, P. Keilly and P. Develin. I
this suit action is brought by plaintiil't
recover $10,000 damages from defendan
for alleged breach of promise of mar
riage, and seduction under promise (
marriage. The plaintiff is renresente
by Messrs. W. W.Arnettand J.D. Kwinj
and the defense by Messrs. Good, Kusse
and Ilildreth. The examination of wit
nesees in the case was not concluded r
the adjournment of court.
Police Coubt?Judge Cranmer.
Before this court yesterday mornin
the following cases were disposed of:
Patrick Haley, Thos. Haley and IJai
ney Haley were tined$l and costs eacl
for disorderly conduct.
(ieorge Ryan and John Hannan wer
nvm iv me enj i'iiouii iur iiiiiit uai
each for drunkenneea.
Thomas Kinc, a vagrant, and John Mi
Callin, charged with exposing hid jieraoi
were also sent to the city prison for thii
ty days.
The Wool 0 bowers.?Yesterda
morning the committee appointed at ill
wool growers' convention to visit Stet
benville and ascertain what inducement
would be otTered there to secure the loc:
tion of the proposed wool house, left fc
that city on the i! o'clock train. Th
committee consiatedof the following gei
tleman : John Faris, Peter Crow, J. 1
Whitham, of Went Virginia, and Iaaa
Slier?, Jos. Love and Uriah Shippj (
Ohio. The other gentlemen in attendant
upon the convention left for their homei
The committee found in Steubenvill
two capacioua buildings, nuitnble for ill
storing of !wool, which they were inforu
ed could he secured for the purposi
Owing to the absence of the owners of ill
buildings, however, no information coul
be obtained as to the terms upon whic
said buildings could be leased. The con:
mittee separated at Steubenville.and th
West Virginia delegation returned hom
on the afternoon train.
The Superintendent and Treasurer, t(
gether with the Board of Directors, wh
were elected on Thursday night, wil
after deciding upon the locatioi
receive proposals and lease a huildin
suitable for the purpose named. Th
names of the oIlicerH and directora ar
for the present withheld, but will li
made puolic after the location of th
store house in decided upon.
The object of establishing a wool houe
ia simply to accommodate those farmer
who desire to dispose of their wool di
rectly to the manufacturer, and thu
secure the profit which would otherwia
pass into the hands of the specula
tors. We are inlormed by
prominent wool grower of Ohi
county that on Thuraday morning th
convention wan almost unanimous i
preferring Wheeling to Steubenville a
the point where the wool house shoul
he located. No inducements were oflere
by our citizens,however, and a committe
I'.vux.vim .'uniuvnn uicii nullC
upon the convention, and after repri
nenting the superior railroad facilities c
Hteubcnvillcj stated that two buildings i
that city, suitable for storing the woo
could be secured at very reasonable ratei
A committee was thereupon appointei
to visit Steubenville, and did so, ns a
ready stated. A majority of the'Boar
of Directors, we understand, now favo
Steubenville, and in all probability th
wool house will be located in that city.
Tiik Tuscarawas Valley Kailroa
Ex tension.?The action of . the stock
holders of the Cleveland, Tuscarawu
Valley and Wheeling railroad company
in deciding to extend their road to Bridgt
port, does not seem to be generally undei
stood in this community. The prevalen
opinion is that the road will come her
anyhow, whether or not the $50,000 aske
from Wheeling is subscribed. We ar
informed by good authority that the ac
tion of the stockholders at Cleveland o
Wednesday was simply to confirm th
assurances that had been made here, tha
the road would he completed to Bridge
port when $50,000 of the stock has bee
taken in this city. Of this amount onl
$20,000 has been subscribed, and whethe
the balance can be raised remains to b
seen.
Hotel Arrivals.?Among the arri
vals at the hotels yesterday were the fo!
lowing:
St. Jama?A. J. Dunn, II. P. Padei
Sandusky, O.; Robert McEldowney, Nei
Martinsville; I). M. Campsey, Claysvilh
Pa.; J, N. McKnight, Middlebourne, \\
Va; Rattle Legal and lady, Cincinnati.
drawl?II. Heberling, wife and nieci
Mt. Pleasant. O.; A. Kemple, Marsha!
Co.; R. Hay, Coshocton, O.; Sam. 8. Kiel
ards, Ironton. O.; S. Hobson,Flushing,C
<Mclurc?I'rank B. Halley, Agent Fui
bjsli Fifth Avenue Company; NVm. K
Simpson, J. E. Mendelthal, ltowlesburj
R. h. Taylor, Clarksburg; PI. W. Russe
Farnnngton; D. K. Henderson, Martins
burg; Dorsey Ix>ng, Washington, P.; /
R. Stringer, Wellsburg.
Death of Majob Trimble.?Majo
George C. Trimble, who went to Kansa
about two months since for the benefit c
his health, died of consumption at Aah
tabula, O.. Thursday night, while en roul
home. Major Trimble was a nailer b
trade, and worked at the Belmont Mi]
until his health failed him. He was dm
ing the late war Major of the 10th \\
Vo. Infantry, and while a resident of thi
city was prominently identified with th
Haiona and. Odd Fellowi. The remain
were lift evening brought to thii city fo
interment.
T. Cut Oocxcjl?Skooxd Brahch.?The
11 City Council met last night in special
10 aesaion. Present at roll-call: Adami,
le Bentz. Bown, Cowden, Crowther, Fisher,
le Goodfellow, Uansou, Horkheimer, Lose
gan, Myers, Pollock, Kiddle, Kilter,
n- Simpson, Wait, Vockler, Yahn, Mr.
President.
The object of the meeting was stated
by the chair to be the consideration of
the garbage ordinance.
The resolution submitted by the Committee
on Health at a nrevious meeting,
and laid on the table lor future 'action,
was upon motion of Dr. Logan taken up
and read by the clerk, as folloirs:
Jtttolml, That it is inexpedient to pass
an ordinance which will permit the
running at large of hogs within the cor*
porate limits of the city.
Mr. Hanson uiored the adoption of the
resolution, and the motion was seconded
by Mr. Horkheimer.
Dr. Jepnon. Health Officer, was called
uiton for information, and stated that
after his experience of two years with
hogs and two yeaTs without hogs, he was
prepared to say that the sanitary condition
of the city was much better without
than with them.
The yeas and nays were called upon
the resolution, with the following result:
Yeah?Adams, Bown, Cowden, Crowther,
Goodfellow, Hanson, Horkheimer,
I?ogan, Myles?9.
Nays?Bella, Campbell, Fisher. Pollock,
Kiddle, Kilter, Stoker, Vockler,
Wait. Yahn, Mr. Presieent?11.
So the resolution was rejected. Mr.
Simpson, at his own request, waa excused
from voting.
^ An ordinance submitted b^Mr. Bentz,
g. and similar to the old ordfnance under
which hogs were allowed to run at large,
n was read by the clerk.
y Upon the tirst rending, a motion to reject
was lost by the lollowing vote:
j. Ykab?Adams, Bown, Cowden, Crowit
lher, Goodfellow, Hanson, Horkheimer,
Logan, Simpson?y.
|if Nays?Belts, Campbell, Fisher, Myles,
it Pollock, Kiddle, Kitter, Stoker, Vockler,
J Wail, Yahn, Mr. President? I2.
The ordinance provides that a tax of
,1. $ "? shall be paid for every hog, shoat or
,r t>ig marked and offered to be iegistered,
,t out makes it lawful for every houiekeep*
jv er to permit his or her hogsj not exceeding
two in number, to run at large with _
out the payment of any tax therefor. The
i t?T uh.1 in ti.? ..i.i ..r.n..........
The following section* were added by
Dr. l^ogun:
e Sec. ('?. That the owner of any hog,
shoat or pig, who shall violate the IW
i nection ot this ordinance, by allowing
t) more than two hogs, shoats or pitr* to run
j' at large without lirat having paid the tax
n imposed bv the odjsection, shall be liable
0 to a tine of not let?? than $5 or more than
$10 for every such hog, shoat or pig al1
lowed to run at large in excels of the
)f number provided for by said sectibn.
tj Sec. 7. That in ca.se any hog, shoat or
pig running at large shall break into, or
if tind iu* way into the yard or premises of
any householder and cause any damage to
it the said premise* or any property belonging
thereto, the owner of said hog, shoat
or pig shall be liable to the complainant
for such damages.
g The ordinance was read by its title, and
the yeas and nava were called upon its
. passage, as follows :
I, Yeas?IJeltx, Fisher, My lis, Pollock,
Iiiddlc, Kilter, Stoker, Vockler, Wait,
c Yahn, Mr. President?11.
t Nays?Adams, Bown, Campbell, Cowden,
Crowther, Goodfellow, Hanson,
. Horkheimer, Logan, Simpson?10.
3j Having been passed by a majority vote
r. only, the ordinance will lay over until
the" next meeting.
Upon motion of Iir. Logan, the garbage
y ordinance was then taken up. The ordie
nance is the same as before, with the ex*
i- cepuon mm me contractors win i?e reis
quired to give bond (or the faithful peri
formance of their duty, and that the disir
tricts are changed somewhat. The new
ie ordinance provides that the city shall be
i- divided into eight districts, each district
). corresponding in numl?er and size with
.c the wards. .
>f An amendment to Sec. 5, giving the
:e garbage collectors the privilege of dis?.
posing of suoli quantities of garbage as
e may Iks required to feed hogs or cattle by
e persons who have permission to keep the
i- sauie within the corporate limits of the
;. city, was adopted. This amendment is
e meant to provide for such disposition of
d garbage in cane the hog ordinance is
h passed.
i- The ordinance was read three times and
e passed, and the Clerk was instructed to
e advertise for proposals for collecting
garbage for twelve months.
>- The amendment of the First Branch to
o the report of the Committee on Street*
1, and Alleys, ordering a double stone crossi,
ing in front of the city building, was nong
concurred in.
e An erdinance giving the Wheeling and
e Klin Grove railway the right to construct
ie a track on C'hapline street, from Itith
e street to 11 tli street, and on 11th street
from Chapline to Market, was read three
e times and passed.
s Some unimportant business wa? trans
acted, after which the Second Branch ads
journed.
6 fir9tbrajjc1i?extba. session.
Ilia Honor the Mayor presided. Oo
a calling the roll there were present
o Messrs. Baird, Blair, Boring, Lgerter,
e Hall, Hoffman, Laughlin, McAdams and
n Reister.
is The minutes of the last meeting were
d read and approved.
u ine report 01 m e committee on Scales
e wu read, and the action of the Second
d Branch, with the exception of- ho much
s- as referred to the Fourth Ward scales,
if wan concurred in.
n The report of the committee on Mrs
1, Stoul'H property wan read and the action,
a. of the Second Branch, in adopting the
:1 report of the committee, was concurred
I- in.
d The report of the Committee on the
r City Prinon for the month ol February
e wan read and the approval of the report
by the Sccond Branch wan concurred in.
The report of the Committee on the
d Firo Department, enumerating bills for
: the month of February, was read, andjthe
a action of the Second Branch in approvr,
ing the report was concurred in.
? The report of the Committee on Ac -
counts for the month of February was
1 read, and the'action of the Second Branch
e in approving the report and ordering
d payment of the bills enumerated, was
o concurred in.
; Report of the Gas Trustees for the
n month of February, and the action of the
c Second Brnnch in approving the report,
it were concurred in.
; The garbago ordinance was read by
n sections, and all parts looking to a revijr
val of the hog nuisance were stricken out,
r after which the ordinance was adopted,
e Resolution to repair tho Chapline
street bridge was read, and on motion of
Dr. Baird was referred to the Committee
[ on 8treets and Alleys for report.
' Mr. Kgertcr ottered a resolution fixing
by ordinance the license for coffee houses
>? and ordinancei for the ensuing year,
M which was laid on the table.
On motion,the First Branch adjourned.
No Clue.?As yet there is no clue to
? the parlies who entered the house of
I' Itev. S. B. Barnitz, on 10th street, and
? took from his pantry and kitchen almost
' everything of value. The robbery took
J,* place some two weeks ago, and was kept
* quiet, hoping thereby to get tho police on
'? the track of tho thieves. Capt. Kipley
1. and his men have worked diligently to
'* bring to justice tho miscreants who have
k. been burglarising many houses in Kast
Wheeling, but up to this time without
success. Tho robbers entered Mr. Barr
nits'* house by forcing open a window in
* the kitchen and then the kitchen door.
? Thejr took two good woolen shawls be
longing to the girl, nearly all the tin?
war*, many dishes, cooking utensils,
towels, all the groceries in the house, Ac.
' As friends in the East had just remem"
be red Mr. Barnitzby a lotol nice home
made sausages, <&c., from York county,
* and as he had also just purchased grocerJ
iea, the loss Is quite a heavy one.
r Tur. storm did not prevent the usual
Council lobby from being in attendance.
Twnmmci Poan*.?John Devlne
delivered a temperance lecture Wow ft <
mall bat select aadience in Brice'a drag i
tore Thursday evening.
The noon-day prayer meeting at the 1
English Lutheran Church yesterday wan I
opened by Dr. Durant, who read a selec- ]
tion from the Scripture**, after which <
Kev. 0. P. Miller offered prayer. Sever- i
al other* present offered prayer, and i
several hymns were aung, after which I
Messrs. Hall. McMasters, Keddick and I
others delivered short addresses. It was 1
announced that requests for prayer i
would be received and read each day at 1
the opening of the meeting.
A temperance meetng was held in
Thomson M. K. Church (Island) last !
evening. i
A meeting for men only will he held at i
the Fourth Street M. E. Church to-rnor- i
row evening. Last Sabbath, owing to i
the large number of ladies present, many l
of the sterner sex were unable to get in*
side the building. I
Meetings will l>e held at Peterson's i
Hall ami Laramie's Hall to-morrow i
afternoon. i
Fourth Slrttl M, E. Church.?Not with- 1
standing the inclemency of the weather, i
quite a large audience assembled at this i
church last night. The meeting
was led by Mr. Uilbert McMaster,
who introduced Mr. K. O. Cracraft as i
the first speaker of the evening,
who made an eloquent address,
giving his reasons why he is so much in- .
terested in the cause of temperance, and ,
urging all young men to come and sign
the pledge, and not be afraid of the jeers ,
of their companions. Mr. Samuel B.
McColloch read a letter from Captain
Jack in reply to one from Mr. McCol- ,
loch. Dr. Wright (better known as the
ink peddler) spoke for a few
moments, but owing to his hav- .
ing been speaking constantly for
some time past, could not speak at any
length. Mr. D.E.Hall related some of his ,
experience as a drinker and in his in- j
tense style urged all to sign the pledge .
and unite with the Murphy army. Mr. j
J. B. Cassaday addressed "the meeting, ,
relating some experience, and the evils ,
attending the use of ardent spirits. Short
addresses were made by Messrs. Clark, j
Hamilton and Dr. Reiley.
There will be a temperance meetine at .
the English Lutharan'C'hurch, Kith Htrcet, J
to morrow afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock. ?
ChujJine Strert M. E, Church.?A large \
and enthusiastic temperance mans meet- ,
ing wan held at the Chapline Street M. E.
Church last night by the National ChriHtian
Temperance Union of the Sixth j
Ward. A very able and eloquent address
was delivered by Mr. Marshall, of Belmont
Co., Ohio, and his life portrayal of
hit* own experience waa*deeply impressive.
Stirring addresses were made by (
| Mr. Davis, of Ohio, Mr. T. Laramie, of
this city, and Messra. Dowler and Cunningham,
officers of the Association. ,
Forty-one signers to the pledge were se- ,
[cured. The meetings at Chapline Street
j are carried on with a vim and energy and
are productive of great good. Mr. Jan.
Cunningham, jr., is an earnest worker,
1 and in fact all the officers are entitled to <
j great credit. The society is poor finan|
cially and arc not able to hire brilliant
orators, but they use their own talent, 5
| and very successfully at that.
j The Furbish Company.?Our people (
1 will this afternoon and evening have an
j opportunity, thanks to Manager Hamil- ,
[ton,of witnessing Mr.Henry J. Byron's
very successful comedy, entitled "Our J
Hoys," which will be presented by the famous
Furbish Fifth Avenue combina- -
tion. Newspaper readers generally are ]
aware that "Our Boys" has had an almost
unprecedented run in London, New York
and Philadelphia, In London it held the
boards for over COO consecutive nights,
ami in Philadelphia, where it run 400 ]
night*, it was the great attraction during
the Centennial Exhibition. Mr
Furbish'* company,as our. citizens well i
know, has no superior anywhere. It i
has hut recently been reorganized, anil !
comprise* the following powerful talent:
Miss Minnie. Monk, who supported Janaupchek
here, Miss Annie Montford, Miss
I Dolly Pike, Miss Josephine Perley, Mr.
11.C. Porter, Mr. Thomas WhiUen, Mr.
Frank Koach, Mr. (Jeo. Farran, Mr. W.
II.Southard, Mr.T. Wilder, Mr. J. Lant.
The company will give three entertainments
here, viz: Saturday afternoon,
Saturday evening and Monday evening.
Secure your seats immediately, and avoid
the rush.
Messrs. John MLube, H. K. List,
A. G. Robinson and Wra.G. Simpson
requeBt us to announce that there will be
la meeting held at the City Hall this '
(Saturday) evening, at 7 o'clock, in the
j interest of the Tuscarawas Valley Kailrond.
;
! The capitalists, manufacturers and the
I business men of the city generally are
earnestly invited to attend. This im- '
jportant road will not be built unless 1
$50,000 more of such stock is raised, and j
j the quota of Wheeling lacks yet more
I than $25,000. Come and hear the report
of a committee who have passed over the
| part of the road already built and were '
present at the Cleveland meeting. This '
road should not fail for the want of the
'$25,000yet required of Wheeling.
In Ohio committees are at work pro- :
curing subscriptions, but are meeting
with poor success, having procured about
$175,000, leaving wanting on that side of ?
the river also $25,000.
Do not fail to come. Kemember the
time and place, City Hall, to-night, at 7 t
o'clock,
To the humble and credulous as well
as to the rich and skeptical, Dr. Bull's .
Cough Syrup is u true and welcome
friend.
Linen collars only 10 cents, at Speyer \
Bros'. j
In tiib Interest ok Farmer?.?You 1
are in need of .Seeds, Trees, Plants, Ac.
We therefore direct your attention to
the advertisement in this paper of the 1
Knox Fruit Farm and Nurseries. It i?
one of the oldest Nurseries west of the ,
mountains. You should Bend at once for
catalogue and particulars.
Pins 3 cents a paper, at Speyer Bros'.
Tub one dollar eilkn at Blums' arc
handsome shades ami superb qualities.
Oyster Soup lunch from 9 to 11 o'clock <
this morning at the Centennial saloon,
No. 1117 Market street.
Tiie one dollar silks at Blums' are t
worthy of attention by those in search of
handsome shades.
? ? i
Oyster Soup lunch from I) toll o'clock i
this morning at the Centennial saloon, 1
No. 1117 Market Btreet. 1
Tub one dollar silks at Blums' can <
never be duplicated. (
Knaiik Piano Cheap, $375 00.?a i
merchant leaving the city offers his <!
Knabe piano for $375?coat when new j
$750?elegantly carved, used vory little, I
and good as new. Call and see, at i
Adams & Lucas', c
1
Tiib one dollar silks at Blums' will ?
induce a great many to buy them. (
Piano Moviku and other moving,
Having engaged carcful and competent
persons to take charge of my wagon, orders
left with me or given to the driver
for hauling, will receive careful attention
at reasonable rates. Wm.1I. Hiieiu,
Music dealer, Main street.
Tub one dollar silks at Blums'are a
g*m. ^
Tiib one dollar Silks at Blum*?never
before were'such goods seen at the prices.
It is not claimed that McLains' Pectoral
Syrup will cur? consumption; but
in the primarv stages, such as affections
of the bronchial organs, coughs, colds,
etc., there Is no remedy that gives so
ready and permanent relief as it does.
L As
All Niw.?B. J. Smyth 6 Co. hire
xcupled the new ?U>re room No. 13 corler
of Kane and North Broadway street*,
[aland. Thii ia emphatically a new
liouse and new goods?everything new
[rom the counter scales up. The enter*
prise of our friend Smyth avails Itself of
jvery opening for basinets. The new
itore is under the immediate management
>f Mr. M.C.Crawford, who is a graduate
from Mr. Smyth's well known headquarlers,
corner of Market and 14th streets,
Fo say this is to say that Mr. Crawford
understands the grocer/ business: those
having doubts about it should call at $3
?anc and North Broadway,where they will
find, first, one of the coziest store room*
in the city, well lighted, well ventilated;
lecond, a choice stock of new goods, freili
and sweet and of unusual variety; third,
i tasteful arrangement of goods, which
is very attractive and displays every article
to the best advantage.
The list of groceries covers the whole
range of the trade, llesides, there are
ichool books, letter and writing paper,
envelopes, thread on spools and in skeins,
ihoe laces and corse*, strings. Things for
the kitchen and things for the toilet, am)
ill of them nice and new. llo and see
them.
Tiik one dollar silks at Bluma'must be
ieen to be appreciated.
Thxbe is an unusual rush for tickett
to Kev. J. K. Thompson's new lecture aChapline
Street M. K. Church next Moni
Jay evening. Reed, the Druggist, ha
them.
ST?irjH>hose and socks only 10 cents,
it Speyer Bros'.
Tiik one dollar Silks at Mums' are
worth more at wholesale.
The popular and enterprising Merchant
Tailors, Messrs. C. iless A Son,
lead this morning in announcing to the
public and their customers in general the
irrival of their new stock for spring and
dimmer wear, being one of the largest
ind finest ever brought to the city,which
will be made up in the best style. Having
bought entirely for cash, this firm is
iherefore prepared to sell at hard
pan prices. Their stock of gents* fnrlishing
goods is large and complete,
rhey invite the public to call and examine
their stock, feeling assured they can
)tler suf>erior inducements.
The one dollar Silks at liluuis' speak
!or themselves.
ScnoOL hats 25 cents, at Speyer Bros',
The one dollar 8ilks at Minns' will be
lold in a short time.
noiUtl Pirn.w??* .1 l.~ Ail! 0_1
wuvvi i uk me viiiue oiuuuii
[Louis Gau?' old stand) on Saturday
vening, by the Wheeling City Band.
F. C. Vaas,
Proprietor.
The one dollar Silkx at Blums' arc
ilegant.
Sii.k handkerchiefs only 25 cent*, at
Speyer Bros'.
The one dollar Silk* at Blum.' aie a
:uriosity.
Oyster Soup lunch from H to 11 o'clock
this morning at the Centennial saloon,
So. 1147 Market street.
C? it an i > Concert at the Office Saloon
Louis Oaus' old stand) on Saturday
jvening, by the Wheeling City Band.
F. C. Vaas,
Proprietor.
Nice ruches only 5 cents, at Speyer
Bros'.
J. W. Ferret, has some great bargains
now in Dry Goods and Carpets. Call
ind sec tliein More you purchase. Table
Linen at 20c, and Crash at 7c.
?ndlbs variety of llowers at Sj>eyer
Bros'.
You C3n save plenty of money now to
buy your Spring Carpets of
J. W. Fekiiel.
10 pair paper cuffd only 15 cents, at
3peyer Bros'.
If you want a carpet at half price go to
J. W. Fibrkl's,
Cor. Main and 20th streets.
New Spring hats] in great variety, at
Speyer Bros'.
New Goods! New Goods!?We are
in receipt of a large stock of Domestics,
which we will sell at the old prices; also,
a great varietv of Dress Goods in all the
desirable shades. Have also, a fine stock
of Kid Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery,
Sc. Would call special attention to our
large stock of Wall Paper in a great varisty
of patterns; aho, plain tints with suitable
borders to matcli, at very low prices.
\ full line of Carpets. Oil Cloths, Winlow-Blinds,
Door and Hearth-Rugs, at
prices that defy competition. Call and
:xamine before purchasing elsewhere, at
No. 2019 and 2021 Main street, Centre
Wheeling. John Roemer.
nASDSoME mirrors only 25 cents, at
Speyer Bros'.
If you want as fine a white shirt as
[here is in the city for SI, go to
J. W. Ferrei.'S.
Ruches 15 cents a dozen, at Spcver
Bros'.
Splendid Lot of Violins, Guitars, Banjos,
Accordeons, Concertinas, Flutes,
Fife* and other small musical instruments
for sale at importers' prices, at
Shieb's Music Store, Main street.
Knittiko cotton only 4 cents a ball, at
3peyer Bros'.
J. W. Ferrel is making things red
hot in closing out his immense stockof dry
;oods and carpets. Call; you can get
;reat bargains.
Hemmed handkerchiefs only 1 cents,
ntSpeyer Bros'.
If you want a pair ol home made 10-4
wool blankets for $2 50, or 12-4 do for
?5 50, go to the closing out sale of
J. W. Ferrel.
Handsome Hamburg edgings only 4
cents a yard, at Speyer Bros'.
False Impression.?It is generally
inpposed by a certain class of citizens,
who are not practical or experienced,
;hat Dyspepsia can not invaribly be cured,
Hit we are pleased to say that Green's
\uoust Flower has never, to our knowlidge,
failed to cure Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint in all its forms, such as Sour
stomachs, Costiveness, Sick Headache,
mlpitation ot the Heart, low spirits. &c.,
fcc. Out of SO,000 doaen bottles sola last
rear, not a single failure waB reported,
>ut thousands of complimentary letters
eceived from Druggists of wonderful
lures. Three doses will relieve any case.
Cry it. Sample bottle 10 cents. Regular
lire 75 cents. For sale by Logan, List &
;o., and Laughlin Bros. & Co.
eod&w.
OLD
FASHIONED
Squara liar Soap li tho most economical to u?o.
I'ri.'iwldtt and wnpplug ?o of no ikmimo Loueflt
to Soap, liut are dono to tuako it luok attractiro
and salable. proctera gamble's
ouiujnal moitlkd german boap5
tusdfl of Jted Oil, th? teal material known for
51^1 u8iA.W' JwrficeaW? and effectlto
ftoap. It h cut In onthpound bar*, of convenient
and economical ahapo, and rot wrnnited.
Tho itr jo la which tbla Soap Is cut and {tacked
area all iiselww expeDM, enabling?? t? veil a
superior Soap at much i.kwi rn foumd thou
you ar% now wing for an Inferior article!
f(24-S*eow
.
I .
INSURANCE.
FRAUKLIN
INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of Wheeling, W. Va. Assets Over Quarter Million Dollars.
LOSSES IF-A-IID OVER
HOOUOl
J. N. VANCE, President. T. P. PHILLIPS. Seoretiry,
M. REILLY, Vice President. I. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Sec'y.
D. W. BURROWS, General Agnt.
DIRECTORS:
J. N. VANCK, JOHN REID, T. P. 8HA1J.CROSS,
M. RKILLY, I.. P. STIFF.],, JAMES MAXWEU,
OEO. AIIAHS, J. H. HOIIBS, .1. 0. HOFFMAN.
Franklin Insurance Cn's Anennv
-g J,
The largest Independent Insurance Office In the State, representing over
$40,000,000.00
This Agency, being Independent of all Board combinations, insures all olasaesof
desirable property-both'Fire and Marine?at reasonable rates. Its indemnity
unsurpassed, adjustments liberal, and promptness in payment of losses recom
mends It to the patronage of the public. The Agency comprises the following
Companies:
North lSritisli ami Mercantile Ins. C o. ol London anil Kriiiititirgli
Fire AHNOciation %I 1'liiladelpliin.
I n ion Insurance Company ol Philadelphia.
Western Assurance Company ol Toronto.
llnllalo liisnrance Comimny. ol Bnltalo X. V.
.Mobile I'n tier writer*' Association, ol Mobile, Ala.
llritlNli American A.H.?tnrauce Company, ol Toronto.
ICojal Canadian Insurance Company, ol Montreal.
fe24 T. P. PHILLIPS, Ageiit.
Silver Lake Flour House.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Louisiana Sugar, Molasses and Rice.
DAILY ARRIVALS DIRECT FROM PLANTATION.
2,000 Packages Lake Herring
(BOUGHT BEFORE THE ADVANCE).
2,000 Packages Nos. I, 2 and 3 Mackerel.
IMMENSE STflHK?rrfftt uadictv
wnh.ni iniiiki
UNIFORM GOODS and UNIFOHM PRICKS.
^EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. T>\
C. OGLEBAY & SONS,
Nos. 1412 &. 1414 Main Street.
fe27
boots anjd shoes. | monuments, &c.
j^stablisiif.d in 183;. Carroll Jfc Bro?
Kos. G, S A 10 Si atkkntii St.
I. HXIJOft V1XCV. | W. I. nUOUKS H-ITOCH ImjWtcr. ,?J D?lmi in lb. t?t .1
VANCE, HUGHES & CO., ITALIAN MARBLE AND STATUES'
American nnd Brotch (iranito Monument* nnl
SUCCESSORS TO Tablets. AT THE VERY LOWEST JIATKSnoli!
V ANCE & ADAMS and C. D. KNOX & CO.,
Manufacturers ami Jobben of PAINTINGl GBAIN1NG| 8.Cl I
Boots and Shoes. ?
No. 1301 Main St., Wheeling, W.Va. l,nvl"K ?,,c,lrel, "IC Mrvi?"''
j?8
ME,. Xj. LUTES
Printing J J As Foreman and Manager, we are now )?r
^ pnred to do all kinds of
Painting,
Graining,
bill heads, : cards, Encaustic, and
LETfER HEADS,| CIRCULARS, Stipple Work.
Ami every description of Mercantile Print* Wo >til1 faniiili estimates anil iak?,ron'
ing executed promptly and at tracts for Painting Public nml Private
reasonable prices, at the Buildings, Builders and Contractor* ?ri'
invited to cnll on us.
pk > | , ... We arc also prepared to do what tinuaiiy
intelligencer long fen ti>e need or, vi*.
steam printing office, Genuine Kalsomining.
25 and 27 Fourteenth Street, V^hoeling. ">' mrans of which nil crnck? In ?"?J
cvilltiK. ?re entirely olilitcrateil.
our prices will re as l.ott* a*
is consistent with uood wowORDERS
BY MAIL PRO V ? _nn
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jgOOKS AND PAMPHLETS, ,,,a sircrt.
PRINTED WITH *CQUR?C* AND OISPATCII AT noi.STP.ooi: M'"""
OFFICE OF THE fit A. X Iv I> ^
DAILY INTELLIGENCER, ' |f A I?^
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Wl? ?t fowcit market ntn. the tfi? on wbkb this i?p?r i? prints ?
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