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I' HEW A CAMPBELL,
rCBLURXU AND rionUSTOU.
TI EKDAY, nAllt'II 20, 1&77.
A t'bnnce lor H heeling ami Bellulre.
According to the Indianapolis Journal,
a very important branch of industry iH
about to be established in this country by
a company of forcigu capitalists. The
particulars of the movement are given as
follows: Mr. August Uobert, jr., who
wnu ii.o IUUI... rv. ? i._ n? 1
nwn IUV uviginn wuituinaiuiici IU (Jiu l/YUtennial
Kxhibitiun, has made a report to
his Government upon the glass products
exhibited, lie enumerates the exhibitors
and their nationality, gives the detail of
manufacture, shows wherein the Americans
wore deficient, and the steps they
have taken to remedy their error*, and
gives the utatistic* of tho production of
plate, window, ornamental and table
glass in the United .States. As a curious
fact, he mentions that about two million
franca ($400,000) were spent by one plate
gin** concern alone, in unimportant experiment*;
an expenditure which might
have been saved by a trip to Europe.
Mr.Qobert attributes the rapid growth
of the glass industry in the United States
to a judicious protective tariff on glass.
l!e shows that Amcrica consumes more
plate glass thnn any other nation, and
only supplies one-fifth of her own demand,
wherefore ho urges the capitalist*
of Belgium to establish plate glass factories
in the United'.States, where all the
necessary material may be had in abundance.
There is no doubt that Mr. Ciobert believes
in the correctness of his views an
thus published, for he has written a letter 1
to Professor Cox, the .State Geologist, of .
Indiana, in which he pays that since the J,
publication of his reportTthe stock of i
tho five great plate-glass works of Bel- c
gium declined 25 per cent, and lie actual- j
ly knew of Home holders who were anx- t
ious to take stock in the American workw ]
who coifld not pell at any price. He also i
tales that ho has f ecu red stock to the &
amount of $200,000, and will leave for t
the United Staten on the 5th of April, n
with a view of selecting a proper site for o
plate-glass works, lie expects to be in "
Indianapolis Home time in May. The v
contemplated works with two Siemens' tl
regenerative furnaces will cost about a
$ 100,000, completed with all of the most .
improved plate-glass machinery. Jj
The Indianapolia Journal, from which n
we gather these statements, says: "It is e
to be hoped that a sutlicient amount of l1
stock will be taken to insure the erection t
of these workB at Indianapolis; but if our fi
capitalists cannot be induced to aid the h
enterprise, it is possible that wealthy men |
in other cities of the State will see the J
propriety of securing to themselves and t
their locality the benefits to be derived a
from the erection of these works, and Jj
make Indiana the center of plate glass j;
manufacture in the United States. Any r
communication on the subject sent to c
l'rof. Cox will be laid before Mr. Gobert 0
on his arrival."
IT A
The Next There i? a chance that v
the new Pope, when the cardinals are com- ^
polled to make one, will be an Englishman
?the first since-Nicholas Ureakspear in fll
tho feudal ages, and the first Pope of i,
foreign extraction, for that matter, for tl
many centuries. The person thus pointed h
to is Monsignor Howard, a member of the
old Catholic family whose head is tho Duke
of Norfolk, premier duke of the English
peerage. This churchman has long been C
a resident of Rome, being vicar of St.
Peter's and in personal favor with the
present Pope, who has just made him cardinal.
He is *1S years old, a scholar 1
of high character, though not u man of
anything like the force of Cardinal Manning,
tho other English member of the A
sacred college. It is thought that his candidacy
would afford a more likely oppor- "
tunity for agreement than that of any
Italian. Tho Pope's position in Rome is ^
comfortable in material respects as yet j,'
and will remain bo long as Pius IX lives; j;
but his successor will certainly not enjoy tl
privileges and immunities that arc now b<
accorded. The present occupant of the
chair of St Peter, many even think, will
be tho last Tope of Rome. Already the
Vatican officials are inventorying all the
papal property; anticipating that on the
death of Pope Pius tho Italian govern- M
ment will take possession of many of the
inestimable treasures of the palace,'in the 42
"nauie of the people," A removal of the a.
Pope'* seat is ho far considered that it is iu
speculated about in Koine, and some have
even suggested the possibility of its transfer
to America. Any such change would
he a yielding of the pupacy to the inexorable
progress of the world, and we cannot
think it likely that it will voluntarily be
entered upon. $
Henry Ward Hceohor'* Opinion ('
ot tlio Tresicnt 1'oliUcnl Mtuu- ?
lion. B
IS|?cU1 DlspatrU to tho Cincinnati lCu<iulrcr.]
St. Louw, March lfc.?Your corres- ^
pondent met Henry Ward Beccherto-day, w
and daring the conversation the Brook- Cj
lyn pastor expressed himself freely upon
a number of public questions in a manner a;
that makes them of general interest. In
response to an inquiry, Mr. Beecher ex- in
pressed a very high opinion of Mr.
Hayes, although he Baid ho did not know ?t
him personally. He had strong faith In "
his intentions in regard to his Southern
policy, but it should bo remembered that
it was qnly an experiment. It would
undoubtedly succeed he thought, if
it wero not for those two ulcers,
South Carolina and Louisiana. If the di
President withdraws the troops from M
these States, will the whites set to work 1,1
to abuse and persecute the blacks, and if
they do, what then. These, he said, were 84
the questions involved in the Administration
policy, and nobody could tell how iV
that policy would nucceed until he knew
how these questions were to be answered.
No policy could be considered a success
unless it guaranteed the blacks in the
possession of all their rights. Mr. Beecht'r
thought that peace would.come to the
South by such a polinv ai would encour- f,
age the wealth and culture of that
section to come to the front and resume
control of aflairs. He said that the
trouble was that what was called the E
wetlth and culture of the South had no
pluck. "The men of character and mean*
in the South," said he, "have never had
thecourago to confront tho bhoyp who do A
all the mischief, and to put them down. J
After a big riot, in which 100 negroes are *
killed and no white man wounded they
will come out in cards and protests anil t
Hay they are very sorrv that it happened,
hut then they will immediately retire p
within themselves, nnd you won't hear
from them again until there has been another
riot and another lot of negroes
killed; then thev will write more cards,
and say again that they are sorry. But
they never seem willing to tako kold and 3
revent theae occurrences, and hence I
ave no faith in their pletfgea or prom- ica."
"1
Mr. Beecher expressed himself very 8
reii pleased with the new Cabinet. Mr.
layes started of! much better than hia Z
redecessor, General Urant. The trouble 1
ritli Grant was that he always wanted a
Cabinet ol men who would look up to him D
nstead of a Cabinet of men who would *
dvise him. 1 do not know whether this (
ras because of his arm/ training or not. ^
tut certainly it was a marked and bad 8
eature of his administration. The theory
if the Government is that the President ?
hall surround himself with advisers, and d
ict with clerks. Ho wos not |>ersonally _
icquainted with any member of Mr. 1
laves' Cabinet, except Mr. Evarts, but J
ie knew of them all, and he had a high
jpinion of them all. "Evarts," said he,
[ know very well. I have talkid
to him by the hour, or, S
rather I have listened to him by the
iour, for there's no chance for ?nv body ilxe
to talk when he's present, lie is a
lelightful talker, too; a man of extraor*
Unary ability, although he talks too *
nuch about himself and his own speeches, c
ile will make an excellent Secretary of J
State if he can be held down to practical 1
ind practicable things, and I believe that r
laves is the man to get the most good
ind usefulness out of him. Bchurz 1b an* i
ither good man,',and he was sure that Mr.
layes would not fall into the errorB into
rhieh General Grant fell in the making
>f appointments, and this itself would
[ive a tone of greater respectability to J
ho present Administration than could be
;iven to the last.
Since his arrival in St. Louis he has ]
>een the object of marked attention, J
uany prominent people calling at .his
lotel. To-night he preached at the Kirflt
Congregational Church, and the crowd
vas so great that not one in ten of those Jj
vho came were admitted. A noisy rab>le
gathered around llie entrance, and
?ere so profane and boisterous that Mr. Seech
or was compelled to suggest that ]
he windows he closed in order that he
night proceed with his sermon, and the
ervices of policemen were required to
estore quiet.
oik ncLutiiuiv ixitkii. k
Welmburci, March 19. A_
Alltoraintclli^cncer: j
One would suppose that business prom- '
sed to be more than ordinarily good the
oming season, if an increase of dealers
n merchandise can be taken for an intliation.
We notice that Messrs. Cowarden & Jracken
arc fitting up the room opposite 4
he Court House, formerly occupied by "
Everett, Jlobbs, liracken & Co., with the \
ntcution of dealing in dry good* and
roceries.
Sam. Ulankcnsop & Co. are renovating
he old Htand of C. Tarr, Jr. & Co., corer
of steamboat landing, for the purpose
f carrying on the dry goods and grocery tl
usincBs. ?
We hope that our enterprising citizens
rho are thus branching out in busineflfl
lay not reap disappointment, but an ?'
bundant harveHt for their labors. e'
J. S. Pools, our young and enterpris- ng
news agent, has taken a room in the
'arr building, and arranged it in a maner
that will compare favorably with r
stabliflhments of that kind in larger ^
ilaces.
A short time since it was thought that
lie great tidal wave of temperance wns
ully upon us, but it was only a gentle
well, a forerunner of what we are now
iromised. The doings of the reformed S
aril drinkers, in other places has enkinled
in the minds of our citizens a desire
d have a temperance campaign. It ib ..
nnounced that two speakers from Pitts- ^
urgli. will visit our town, and a lecture _
e delivered on Friday evening at the M.
J. Church, and a series of lectures ar- I
anged for. What the result will bo of I
ourse no one can tell. Heretofore most
f the temperance movements took place
few weeks prior to the charter election,
nd were evidently a war on the saloons.
. number of people now take a different
icw of the subject. The reformation of C
rinkers of intoxicants accomplished,
?e "saloons will take care of themselves.
The present spell of March weather in *'
uilicieut to ruinjthe faith of the strongest
elieverin signs, bucIi as December's iirst
lireedayH,Koo.MC hone, ground hog and a
undreil others of the same genua.
G.B.C. S
THE -\i:XT HOUSE.
'Icrk Adams ioncludoH IIIh Lu- in
Itur ol Mitkiug Out the IColl ol
lite Next House.
"WashiNnTON,March 18.?Clerk Adams jj
as completed Ilia roll for the next IIonBe,
[ter long and anxious coneultationa and
eliberationB with hia Democratic friends.
a it now stands, the number of Demorats
is 151 and Kepublicans 140. This R
icludes entering two Democrats from
lorida, Louisiana and South Carolina,
nd leaving ofl* one Republican each in
lissouri and California,where certificates
ave not been issued. There is much
iaappointment ntnong the Democrats
lat their majority does not turn out to
5 larger, and efforts will be made to in- ~
nee Adams to make it bo. The fear is J
lat by Southern votes the Republicans
ill succeed in organizing the House. Tt
" DIED. CC
LUKKNS.?On Kunday morning March 18.1M7,
my M., infant daughter of \Y. JB. aud Maggie
ikena. *!
Funeral from tlio residonce of the larents, No. '
Maryland street, Ialantf, Tuesday at 10 o'clock
u. Friends of tlio family arc invited to attend. V
terment at Greenwood Cemetery. 0 ^
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
dei'airri'ick ok trains.
a. m. a. m." r. m. r, a.
AO.It. It. ......... <i;40 10-.W C;50 .
p.M. f
int.O. Dir 7:IW 4:151 10:25 .. I
.l\AU.Wr 7:55 4:25 - ^
a: M.
ev. A 1'ltta. .... 6:05 11:00 3:10 4;50X
AKHIVAt. OV thaink.
I A. M. P. II. I>. M. I*. it. ^
B:55 ?:35 5;C5* 11:30
A.M.
^ 7:45 11:40} 7:60 ?
. l . a ??. hit 7:?0 3:53
)'. m. p.m. a.m. h
6T. A I'ittB, 12:40 B:50 8:55 lh80t
Daily except Sunday?Cuiubcrlutid Accomuio- ?lt
it Ion. K.
tDalIvcs?*ritHunday--Nfwark Accommodation.
tSteubcnvllle Accommodation.?ThU train durik
the day (msnes backward and forward between IV
artln's terry and Hellalre, stopping when requl* ??
<1 at Sherman House, JEtuaville, west Whet-ling v
id li ravel II111. _J
SPECIAL NOTICES. ^
XoAjaBT
To all who arc suffering from tho error* aud luscretlons
ol youth, nervoui weakness, early dey,
1ms of manhood, Ac-., I will send you a recipe _
.at will curt you, FREE OF CHARUE. Tlila I
cat remedy was discovered by a missionary In U
juth Amcrlca. Fend a self-addressed envelope to
ie Rkv. Johki-h T. I.nman, Station 1), Mbit Haute, g
rir York Cit'j. Ja27-oodAw
Specialties for Families. N
)xe's and Nelson's Refined Gelatines,
Choice Wherry and Maderia Wines, p,
Corn Starch, superior Kraut*,
Tapioca, very tine anil while,
l'carl Sago, for puddings,
)lg?lc<'H Cashmcro Roquet Soap, Tl
Colgate's Honey Mini Rose Soaps,
Unzine'n Barlierand Hath Soapj, U
Tall man's tine Perfumes, 11
Farina's Colognes,
uglisli Nail anil Tooth Brushes, ,
liullalo Hair Brushed,
Rubber Drmslmi tombs,
Freuch li?lr Oils and Pomades, I"
Handkerchlof Extracts,
tid all other Drugglftt's Sundries, at ^
le22 LAUGHLIN BROTHERS A CO'S. pu
1 I I I I H ' Kit
T 8. STANDARD.
J. 711
Improved Hay, Coal, Stock, Wtrchouie yjj
latform and Counter Scales, j
Made and Repaired by rFAIRFAX
& .TOY, \
?.Mto7Il ATLAS WORKS, IWhStmt, ^
WUBSUXO, w. V*. j
a23tod ?
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
V7AKTED?20 000PEB8 AMD ONI STAVE
rY Cutter. Apply to JtStaon Kff Factory,
lcuUnfUlo,Ohlo.
mr?> HMALLWOOP A WTWKIHQ.
^yARTKDA
sat o( book* to poat up In the evenings, that do
ot require constant attention from a Dookkeeixr.
Address "A. Z." cart tbl? offlce. turtO*
yPFAL, OFFAL.
PARK L0IMg
MOB PERT, Ac.
t corner Main and Fourteenth Bta., TU18 (Tuei?
ay) MOBNINO, March 30, at 10 o'clock.
wrtO LOT, UAVKNPQBT A PARKS.
HORBKNTThe
Two-Story Dwelling?having nix
oorni, good lot aud garden?situated on
<>uth Front Striet. Bent cheap.
mr20 E. J. STONE,
CLOCKS.
a rge Spring stock of Clocks, embracing every atyle
n?l make, Juat received at 1103 Alain street. Kverj
lock warranted an accurate "timer." Alto,
Vatchca, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Oold Pcni, Speo
iclcn, Ac.
?r Fine Watcbca and Clocka repaired and war
anted.
wrM OXTOBY A DUFF1ELP.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A NO Til BR INVOICE OF WALL PAPKR
Wf propose to aell these goodi low, aa we have
uore rsmlng and must make room lor ibem. Call
nd examine them.
tt9.l>ou't forget tbonumlicr,
mrlO 11U At AM HTIIKET.
j^ARGE STOCK OF
CARPETS.
ill the Latcat Styles of Body Ilrussela, Tapeatry
Iruaaela, Ingrain, and lower price Carjwta, are now
rrivlng at
Q. MENDEL, BOOTH & CO'S.
N. B.?Bruaaelw Carpeti ?t H per yard. im'JO
DRY CATSUP
ir Aromatic Seasoning for Meats, Oyaters, Flih,<Sr>
Tn/>minv *- nnn.
luuuunn a Divvy.
JUNDRIESilanlcn's
Condenied Milk. Ualford'a, Lea A Perln?',
aud Prince of Walee Hauce.i, Tomato Cntcup,
c.,at TUOBURN A PRO'S.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS?
u
Choice (puctl) California IVara.
Choice " Alden Evaporated Peathti.
Choice California PJuma,
J nit received and for tale l?y
TUOBURN A BHO.,
inr20 Cor. Marketand t tlh.
?1HRI8TMAN & A MICK,
u
.ivery, Sale & Boarding Stables,
Cob.vkk Main a?u Sixtkkntu Sto.
Our Mock oC llone*, VuiKiea and Carriage* i.iol
ic IxraU OuraccouimodatluDi for Boardjug Hopm-m
innot beaurpaaxHl. Roomy Btabka, safe uml well
I'Uttlated Btalilffl, carvful and ultenlivo Hrooms,
nd rraiouable ternia.
Orders for Fuueraia, Weddingi, or anything in
jrllne, Ttipectfuiiy aollcltedand promptly atteoa1
to hy the proprietors.
uiiifl) CURISTMAN A AMICK.
j M. HAWLEY,
'.ontractor, Carpenter & Builder.
Oflice?930 Market Street.
Residence?51. Fifteenth Street.
pedal attention given to Roofing and the
repairing of Roofa of all kinds.
All work done when promised.-?^
mr20
ii
nuumsonnouse
PITTSBUEGH,
orner Seventh SI. and Duqueinc Way.
rnutiug on the Allegheny River, uud near
the business portion of the city. It
is easily reached by
trett Cars from Any Railroad Depot.
The rooms are nicely furnished and kept
i first-class order.
THE TABLE 18 SECOND TO NONE
* THE CITY.
Hie attaches arc universally polite and
tentive to all guests,
ales Reduced to $2 and 2.50 Per Day,
ACCORDING TO ROOM.
R. J. McANDLIS,
Proprietor.
mr20-Tu
jlOR CINCINNATI AND IN-. fro.
1 TER&1EDIATE POINTS.
to light draft and awlft Passenger Htcamer (in
place of Andes)
)URIEIt Jack Harrison, Master,
Ed. Muhmumx, Clerk,
ill Icare as atwro on Tuceday, March 20th, at
/dock p. u.| promptly.
for freight or poa?ag??pnlr on board or to
airlO C. U. BOOTH A SOW, Ag-nlg.
yALL PAPER.
"lie 01iooi>CHt Pattern*
Now on hand and for sale.
OHN FRIEDEL?No. 1130 Mai* St.
mrl9
^ A n n pta
,/rtnrc. I o.
LATEST SPRING STYLES.
FRIEND &> SON,
10G3 Main Stkkrt.
mrl9
J0T1CEI'rofa.
r. Baisctt, C. Y. Liicaa and other wlcct
iter* will glvoa Muik-al Conccrt, at Wesley M.
ttiurcb,
TUESDAY NIOHT, March 20th,
which tliao Prof. F. H. Crago, KlocutlonUt.wlll
id iHiTeral aelectloni. Wo prouiUc an excellent
tcrtnlnment to all who corae.
uirlg WILLIAM M. WKST, Pastor.
UsT RECEIVED.adies'
Work Baskets and Beautiful
Table Mats, at
CUMMINS & WOODS',
mrlO No. 1142 Main Street.
U*T RECEIVED?
Soiuo Tery IUmbouiq Deaigns In
ILACK ONYX !JEWELRY.
eeklaco. Pendants, Sell Bracelets,
and Sash Pint.
Don't fall to call and wo them, It will pay you*
icoa *ery low. Now la tbo tlrno to buy
Amorican WntcliOM.
icy arc within the reach of all. Call and mm tb<ui.
ENNEGEN, BATES & CO.,
JIM main 8TUECT.
mrl
JUGO L. LOOS
Would respectfully announce to the Hon. ineni*
ra of thu tk<nat? and House of Delegates and the
bile In nneral that ho kreiia a tine ?tock of VirUa
smoking and chewing Tobacco. Thecheapoat
ported and Key Woat Cigars In the city. Aim
inufacturea seed and HaTan* Cigars, titojrlea and
iic My atora la convcnlenUy located to the Capit,
at No. 70, Twelfth it ire t, Odd Fellow. Hmll
tiding. 1 would reapectluuy aolldt your pa*
mage? HUQO L. L<>08,
n'J Bo. 70 Twelfth street.
IRAN BERRIES.
J
0 Cratea, one boihel each, choke culUrated
ud-plcked berries, for nl? low.
fnitrecelredbr
c24 LIST, DAYKNPOKT A PARKS,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JARGE STOCK
PICTURE MOULDINQ3,
CORNICE sod
ROOM MOULPlNi
Juit In from th? factory.
NEW PATTERNS?NEW PRICLM.
aslfl MeLVRR HOV8R ART 8T0R
QNYX NECK AND WATCH CHAIN
ONYX SHAWL PIN*
WITH AND WITHOUT PEARLS.
ONYX 10 A It HINOfi
WITH AND WITHOUT PEARLS.
A splendid assortment just received m
for mile at reduced prices, at the store of
O- F- BROWN
1207 Market Street.
mrio
; A RE YOU G01KU TO MOVE?
Don't You Want n
NewCookStov<
The I1EST and CHEAPEST STOVES 1
j THE MARKET can bo found nt
lVo. 1425 Main SI
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGHN
AND OTIIGU
First-Class Stoves
Can now be bought Cheaper than ever
before.
ALL STOVES WARRANTED TO 1'LFAS
Don't fail to call ami sec our Mock b
for? purchasing.
JOSEPH BELL & CO
ARLINGTON STOVE WORKS,
No. 1425 Main St., Wiikbuno, W. V,
mrl'J
QPLISTS FOR FRAMES?
I.V DRO WX AND WHITE WOOD.
The latest and best taking wovelty fi
Ladies Fancy Work.
WOODEN TOOTHPICKS,
AT WUOLESALK OU RETAIL.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied at Whol
sub' Trice*.
STANTON &. DAVENPORT,
mrin 44 TWELFTH STREET.
PeabodylnsuranceCo
WHEELING, W.SVA.
m
rai?l I i? Capital - - - &I4MMMM
Write* moderato linen on Dwellings, Farm Pr
pertjr, tlrst-cliotf Merrmiiiio and Mwuufac turii
rinks, and on Csrgo risks on Western waters.
DIltKCTOUS:
Alonzo l.orlng, A. M, Adams,
Dr. W. .1. Ituu h, Jas. F. liarnes,
K. P. llllilruth, Alex. I.tiughlln,
John L. Kiev, C. A. Wlngerter,
It. K, Irwin.
ALONZO LORINd, I'm'l.
J. V. U RODOF.R8, Sec'f. wr!3
SHORTHAND AND VERBATIM RE
PORTING.
ThoM? intruded fur profre?ional or mercantile p<
sltlous tliould sequin* Phonetic bhurtliand ltdul
filtering on Hitunucns.
Written Instruction liy mail. Terms, Ac., appl
to ItOBT. Mi'CANN, (member of the Phontlic Hoc
fly 0/ Great Britain, Ortijkaifd Trachrr 0/ Phi
rmruphy, dr.) P. O. Box 1X2, Bellalre, Ohio.
Instruction Hooka 50c each. . jnrl2
JOSKPKI KLAI'lIKCK,
PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER,
Has on hand n tin0 lot of prime Geese
I'luthera. Pillows, Holsters and Feather
Beds made to order, very cheap.
Ho. 72 Twotlth St.. Odd Ftllo??' Hall.
To Builders & Dealers
IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
WINDOW GLASS.
Doors, Sash, Shutters,
Frames, Lumber, Lath & Shingles
We can anil will give you Bottom Prices
Try us before buying elsewhere.
Hanes, Wilson & Co.,
1228 Market Btrkrt.
mr('>
W. II. CAMlWKI.I., A. a. SMITH, A. K.8TKVKNH0!
i'm'l. Brewer. Manage:
smith & co.,
Browors, Maltsters & Hop Doalors
Having thoroughly renovated tliu Wbeelini
Brewery, and changed Ita entire management b;
organizing a Joint Stock Company, nnd iilacint* Mi
A. K. SMITH In chargo of the Brewing Depart
xuent, we are now prepared to furnlib
SMITH'S CELEBRATED
BITTER. PALE ft KENNETT ALES. PORTER, fte.
Fully iu) to the standard which htu heretofore glvei
th?ni roch extensive reputation.
We rcapectfully solicit your i*tronage.
Itfa _____ SMITH A m.
J U8T RECEIVED-ANOTHER LOT 01
DIRT BARROWS
The price puta them wllhln the reach o! crcry
body tuat haa uso for a Wheelbarrow.
I uare also on band a No. 1 HEAVY WAOON
uitablo for hauling Pig Metal, Iron or Stone. Thl
Wagon was tnado by one of our best rttr roakon
It U offered at a very low prlco. Call aud bco It.
JACOB SNYDER,
1405 MAIN STREET.
_no30
jyjuaic AND ART STOKE.
A general aaaortment of
MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Also, Artists' Material#, Tlcturw, Frames, Wai
Work Qoodi, (llasa Shades. Ac., Ac.
W. H. HUTCHING
nirlO Opera Home Block.
tauiuc
nMrtuy liai'i')- in Um m?rri>'<l ti'laUim, Mule ?n,l Ivniaic,
?*? in Wilt* ?r<?l tUuiild rmd anil lirr??rv? it ill
tfuuJna Information, wltich noun? ran adura lu tw without
, on how u priwrrf u,o l.ralili, ami compUitun, anil
riw-to faUrJ chwki th. tirthnna o| youth. tlx br?t ami
ouly true MaobiwUubla In t)>u world. l'riw Wr*ou
by Mall. Th? auUior may t* cuttiulud iwnunally or by
wailuu any <iftb?*tibk?ta mmtkmcd In hit worh..UldjrtM
X?r. A.O. OLTW. kg \V a?hi i^tou H, Chkajtu/llL^
jyjINCE MEAT.
ANDERSON'S MINCE MEAT.
ANDERSON'S IS THE BEST.
ASK YOCB GROCER FOR IT.
Taxi no Othir No Othkb hint It,
""?< A VJUM1/AA W| illAlXVV IJL nv| AVI
NEW ADVERTI8EMENf8.
GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO
R.
a.
'< We have Juit opened our
- NEW STOCK
>
OF LADIES'
3 Cambric Underwear
WHITE BROCADE CAMBRICS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND INSERTINGS.
HAMBURG FLOUNCINGS.
REAL TORCHON LACES, &c., &c.
I.
Also a fine assortment of handsome
! BLACK SILK FRINGES
>g
GEO. IR,. TAYLOB & CO.
Mfi!
EDUCATIONAL. PLUMBING.CAS FITTINC
AVIIE'ELTIVC* rjiHOMPBON a iubberd,
- j / ) / 13U Mivrkot Ntroet.
?- ///Y,,- (/ ).-!{/( W//rs. ' Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters an
" 'QM/y/JdJL m/Y'<. Brass Founders.
- Established In 1BG0. For tbo naiaot ind P.O, U"8P'l?ll"jJG?H""*1.'"
?* addrrsaof iftyouot men likely to attend bual- Ef <Fnm ni^Jtli
ness college, wo will aend, free, our I llustratkd W| jKjl!?.
Collkur Journal, nnd Specimens of Ornamental 8team GauK? awl kinds of 1 lumbers Goods.
Penmanship. Address J. M. FitASQF.lt 4 CO., Hiring just rcmotcd to their new nnd commod
Wheeling, w. Vs. * no2<-cod oa? quarters, 1314 Market street, with a large ?to<
of tlio nowc.st und handsomest designs of Chand
jler8i amj Drop Ljoht^ anj Extenslc
TLa AHrinnniit Mill/% Chandeliers in Brtnxe and Glass; the public ai
I flu Mruonaut lYIIIIS. respectfully Invited to call and examino then
? Thclrftood.iaieall new. mrlO
FORMERLY IJIRIMBLE & HORNBBOOK,
THE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters
? MtvtTirt mm? Dealen In Lead, Iron, Galvanised, Steam, "Wati
) MASUFACTUKK snd Drain Pipes. Keep cumtantly on hand a lan
assortment Brass Goods, Steam and Water 0 ungc
Yarns, Jeans and Flannels. ^ Vlia?u
' soli agito voi wm vibbisla voi
DALZELL A LIST, COWAN'S CELEBRATED8A8 MACHINE
BEND FOR CIRCULAR.
I fc2 WlIKBMNO. W. VA.
1418 MARKET STREET, WHEELING, WEST VA.
Prompt attention given to orders from a dlstanc
FITTING entabllshment, a new and complett
Wand nro now prepared to niako nil ktud* of Ml
nnd Engine Bnuu Cuatiugu nt abort notice ami i
the Tcrj beat quality.
; pss blank books
NO. 1731 MAURKT 8T. %
S "?18 Wheeling, W. V*.
i pMWONR- -A*l>3
PHOTOGRAPHIC SHADOW,
ICFFECTS. BOOK BINDING.
jft6 .
yy W. Me CON NELL,
No. 155 FIFTEENTH STREET,
Manufacturer of "~"?
* I.ml liarroln, Half Barrel*, Apple and Flour lJnr
rein, lluin Tierce*,tilnu Barrels and
ttuks, Butter Kegs, etc.
WHKPAIRIMG PBOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
ff'""<Uw We are prepared to make Blank
J^OKTJl WHEELING DKUQ 8TOBE. f .
Having purchased the Block and fixture* of thn Books for Banks, County Offices,
Drug Htoro located on tbo corner of Main and Berentli
street*, North Wheeling, I respectfully solicit
DRffK^fc^SoVs, Merchants, and others,with printPERFUMERIES
1 PATENT MEDICINES AND TOILET AUTI- Heads Or WlthOUt, Oil tfl6 bGSl
Cl.fc.rt constantly on hand.
1'rcscilptloni carcfuliy compounded from the . ? . , n.
: mm.Buteriaic paper and first-class Binding,
From a long experience In the retail and pre 1 r "
! wrlptlon business, and by atiiet and courteous atable
to merit and receive/ generous share of ImisU
! which for durability and elegance
; ncss In my line.
mil mouth wnrF.nHd unnn ctobk. c?""10' 'XCBlled, *t prices to
jk you want suij thB tjmes Call and see speLETTER-HEADS
PRINTED, cimonsatthe
CALL AT Till
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE,
INTELLICENCER OFFICE
85 and 37 Fouranorra sr. as ana *7 Fonrteenth Nt.
N And
NIGHT DRESSES
The goods we offer in this department were manufactured ex
i, pressly for our own sales, and we can recommend both quality c
material and work. Prices lower than last Season.
ac
Just Received?Also Our New Stock:
STRIPED AND PLAIN NAINSOOKS,
PLAIN FRENCH NAINSOOKS,
PLAIN FRENCH MASALIAS.
I
CENERAL NOTICES.
j^igpourriOS.
Th? firm of J. 0. Bmlth A Bon has been dlmlm!
by mutual content. J. O. Bmlth retiring. The
I huilneaa of the !at? Arm will Iw settled lijr elilic*
party. J. U. SMITH & BON.
In retlriog from the Arm of J. 0. Bmlth A Bon, 1
lake pleasure In returningmr thanks toourfrleodi
and patrons who hart farorcd ua In the put, and
truit a coutlnueucr of the same may be extended
to my son, who continual the luilneo.
J. oT SMITH.
Iteferrlnf to the above, I brc leave toitate to the
public ana |?trans that I will continue the huiU
iiPMof leather and t<boe Findings*t the old stand,
and respectfully solluU a continuance of the ivtrousgeso
morally extended heretofore; and will endrator
to keea a full Una of everything Inoui
iimlncM, which will bo ofleredat thelowestmarket
rates. (mrlP) J. W. C. BM1T11.
- JJICWULUTION.
The firm of Boalcy A Femy has tlila day l*cn
dissolved by mutual constat, 1\ W.Boaley retiring,
Tin btulHew ol the iato firm will bo settled tj
(1. U. Feeny. All iioraoni Indebted to the old fins
arc oxpccttd to tuake settlement at onc?.
B08LEY A FEENY.
. > In retiring from th? firm of Bualey A Feeny, ]
take this (Hrailon to return my Hunks to our patrons
who have favored us In the |>ast ami to con
dlalljr recommend wy auccvaor.
1'. W. BOSLEY.
Referring to the above, 1 beg leave to stale to tbt
public that I will contlnuo the buiinruof I'ancj
(irocerlee, Confectioneries, dc.f at the old aland,
and respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage
so liberally bestowed on the old firm.
mrll n. 8. FKENT.
B gEALED PROPOSALS,
FOR MACADAMIZING ROADS.
Clkdh's Oxrica Hoard or Cotfttnoovtti,)
Wukkmno, w. V*., March 'J, 1877. J
Sealed ProtKMalR will be received at thla office
for tin* following work, until Wednesday, March
28th, 1877, and to closo at 12 o'clock uoou ol sold
if YilVEIt ROAD?300 ruble J'srJi ol MlcaiUml*
Ing; 200 cubloyarda Bridge Masonry, eccond clots;
1,000 cubic yards of Embankment,
1ST DIV.-UBEU09V1LLE, CLINTON A I-OTOMAC
HO AIX?2,000 cubic ynrda Excavation; 60
cubic rsrds Bridge Masonry, second class; 300cubic
yards Rip-Bap.
2d Dtv.?0. G'A P. llOAD.?800 cubic yards of
Macadamizing: COO cubic yards Excavation.
FAIRMONT BOAD-.TOO cubic yards Macadamlalng;
!WO cublr yards Rip-Rap
WHoT UNION A BOBE Y'o TOINT ROAD1,100
cubic yarda Macadamizing,
l*T DlV.?WIIEELINO, WEST LIBERTY A
BETHANY KOAD~JOOcubic yards Rip-Hap
2D Div.-WH'O, W. L. A B. BOAD-l.aScubic
varda Macadamizing.
MKETINO HOUSE HILL ROAD-2M cubic
yards Macadamizing.
Bids must be scparato for each road and must Imj
by the cubic yard for each clias of material, specifying
In the caao of excavation the prices for earth
| jyu> nr anllil rwlr rn?.-.11 ...I. I i,,.l ...I ,f
hauling not over 400 yardn. '
All Macadamizing to to 3-Inch gauge meaaured
In toe itring.
Bidden must glre full name* ami Pottotliee address;
also tin- name* of some rcaponsllilr jwrty or
jmrt loa ax reference, for the ehaructcr and cainclty
of the bidders.
I'lan?and?i>ecificatlona to l*e seen at thlaofflc*.
Tlio Hoard reaerrca tlio right to reject any or all
hlda.
C1IAKLE8 II. DEITERS. Clerk.
W. C. SMITH, County Engineer and (Jenrral
Hup't Kotds. nirlO
J^LECTION NOTICE.
The annual mcvtlngof tueStockholdenofdreen'
wuou v-ciiicirry, ior iuc 1'iecuon ol mrectora una
thu tranuctiou of eucli other butlucu u may tic
brought before them, will lie hold nl the olflcc ol
the Company on THURSDAY, March '.MJ, between
thu houri of onound three o'clock v. u.
mrl It. C. BQNIIAM, t*&j.
DRY COOD9.
Special Bargains
IN'
HAMBURG
s Edgings and
tnsertings.
id
d.
I. Just received ou consignment:
k
? 2,5(1(1 YARDS
a.
OK
HAMBURG
5 Edgings and lutings!
?
Which must be sold out in the
Next Sixty Days
AT
Prices Far Below Their Value;
D
So low thai it will astonish all who will call
and look at the ^ooiIh.
h Call soon, ns tlie goods are soiling fast.
HENRY ROEMER,
' No. 2006 Main Street.
feb3
pRINCE ALBERTS,
? GLENCOVE,
PIIESBURGS,
IUPLENUTS,
i CilNGERNl'TS,
| CORNHILLS.
A fresh invoice from Waiter Wilson ACo's
Bakery, just received at
SCHUL'S CONFECTIONERY,
1319 MARKET BTRKKT.
mr3
qndertakino;
BURIAL CASES OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
, COItrSE9 CHEMICALLY PRESERVED.
Calls answered it nil hours from tho Store.
WM. ZINK & SON,
Furniture anil Carpet Rooiu?, North End Ccutre
Whirling Market. nir:t
j^iaClINS' GALLERY,
42?T>vrlfth St.
Elegant Cabinot Photographs.
i jaio
^ $500 PUNO FOE $250.
A lady olfi'W to soil her 7-octave 1'iano, Rowwood
Cue, carved leg*, for f2ftO. llano orlnlnally
i /oat JSOO, is good u new unit l*tn used only n few
1 in?atlii. Cau be seen unit heard at .
ADAMS A LUCAS' MUSIC WORK,
I hCT 1?7 Muket Street.
J^ADIKB' AND MISSES'
BRACK, 8UsrKSDKR & SKIRT SUPPORT-1
BR COMB IKED.
ONLY 7Bc, AT THE MANUFACTORY,
1012 Market St., nti.ow Postofficf.
mrlO
JJODBON BROTHER^,
DEALERS IN ,
ROOFING 8LATK,
GRAIN AND HAY.
No. 1503 Main Hired, awl 1608 South HI
tie
for 8ALE.
j^ASTEll COMMISSIONER'S SALK.
i James Kkuxy vs. John Fubkw, et al.
! In purauanot of an order of the Court of Comraon
Mcaaof lielmont county, Ohio, nade at th?
January t?m thereof, A. 1). 1177, lu (be abovotutitled
action. and to me duly laauod, l will oiler for
aale at Public Auction, on
| MONDAY, MABCli 20, 1877,
At 1 o'clock in the afternoon, on the Premiere. the
following dcacribed Beat Estate, with the awurS
nancra, M the property of the defendant, John
FU-lwer, Tie?
{lhfcT TKACT?Situate In the county of Bel.
1 mont, Ohio, and 1*1 ng a part of acctlon 27, town'
*hi|>!), of range 2, uine. twin# the aurfatv of Out
' Lot No. 20-tno coal atrata being excepted, u,..
' tinning for ilia aaiuo on the top of the magnet la
' llmeatuue at rata on the Powell lloe, running duo
weat with tbcaald line 74 rod* to a atakn on the
1 Countjr Itoad near a large poplar tree; thernr f
18? W. 13.20 roda; thenco B. 25 K. 21 roda; tht*nr?*
a. 16" W. Hi roda to a atona; thence K. 75 rodathence8.
68J4" & 21>00 roda to beech tree; thence
M. ;u,S' E. 40 roda; thence 8. 42? E. 10 roda to tb?
aoiitb end of tbeeaat Una of Powell'e-aboie the
1 aold llmcelone itrato? to a itake; thenc* In a uotth.
1 weateru direction along tba P. R Powell line to
' the lacc of beglnnltg. containing 11 Acrue, l Rocd
i and28 IVrcheaof land, moworfeaa.
SECOND TRACT?Alao tha aurfacoof the (oK
lowing described tract, altuate In the oountr ana
Htate aforesaid, and atirreyed by Haul K. Hunch *
April 26,18G8, being a ptrt of the east half oTeJc.
lion 27, townahlp 3 of range 2, and beginning for
, tho Mine at abe northeaat corner of Lot No. id1
aurreyed by Kcnnon, at a atone and rtnnlni
thencc H. Id5 W. 15.66 roda to a atone In the Coun
ty Itoad; thence 8.89H" E. 8.80 rod* to a atakr
ucar a paling fence; thence with the aald fence N
82H? E. I'J roda to a aiake* thence ? 80? E.2.74
roda to n lociut tree; tbonce N. 42U? E. 17.8s n>j?
to a aniall run; thenco W. 39.16 roda to the iiia(r
of beginning, containing 8 Acres and 22 Pen hw ol
land, mote or Icea, and being the aamo tract of land
' conveycd to Hmiry Weat, Admlnlatrator of Jwrt.h
Klrkwood, dee'd, to John Flelaser, by deed Ujtetl
I ?u?rcu ?, 13 lU.
Tkims?Cuh. Appraised u follow#?First Tnn
at 97,690; Second Truct at 1450: total |8,000.
J. F. CHABLKSWOttTH,
Muter Commissioner.
Smith. Att'y. mm
IJJRUSTEE'S SALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
Under and by virtue of authority Tested In the
undcrHiimcd Trustee by a deed of truit made au<l
exccuttd byJonn Wagonorand Ellaabcth Wagoner
, hla wife, totbeundrrtfcned'lrustce.ditrdNovem'
t?r 2d, 1874, and recorued In the Clerk's oilier of
| thu County Court of Ohio county. State ol Weal
1 Virginia, In llccord Hook No. 7, page, 4W|, to whcure
unto August Miller the payment ot two
" protulaaary notes therein deecribed, and bearing
even dalu therewith, executed by the said John
Wagoner to Ihe said August UUler, the trust and
' the eight hundred and eighty dollar uoto were ?.
| algned Anrll 27th, 1870. by August Miller to Michael
Sun tli, who now la the bcncfldary under suld
deed ol trust, I will, on
THURSDAY, April 12th, 1877,
Between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock
p. M. of said day, at the front door of the Court
House in the city of Wheeling, Ohio county, Wot
Virginia, ofl'cr and exposo for sale at Public Auction
the following real eatate mentioned and conveyed
by said deed, to-wlt, all of that certain |*rt
of lot No. 10. with all Its appurtenances lielongloi;
to tlio tamo, being and lying in the townolbouth
Whceliog, wcat Virginia, In Jacob's addition to
Mid town (ice Deed Book No. 42, page U82,) and
bounded na follows: On tho north by Farly-flfili
street (old Beech), on the east by Wetsel street (old
Coal), on the south by lot nold to John Miller by
Joliu Archibald and wife bjr deed dated June 1st,
1870. in Deed Hook No. 07, paga Sfi'j, on the w?.?t
l>y the eastern boundary line of tho Baltimore A
Oliio Railroad and fronting on tho same ninety one
feet, and bating a front on Wetzel street of
nlucty feet and ten Inches, as dcalguated l v the
map of surrey made by W. C. Smith and retarded
In the Clerk'sOtlice of Ohio county, West Virginia,
in Deed Book No. C2, page 474.
The amount due and unpaid on said note Is debt
hundred dollars, with Interest thereon lrum November
2d, 1870.
Tkkmh ok Salic?One-half of purchase money,
and In addition sutliclent to pay expenses of tale,
cash In hand; the residue In two equal paymenton
a credit of six ami twelve mouths trout date
of sale respectively, for which the purchaser will
l>o required to give notes with good security bearing
Interest from date, and n Jlen will bo retained
on said property as further security.
mrS JOHN MILLER, Sr., Trustee.
gALE OF
Nursery Stock.
The undersigned Is now oll'ering her entire Inter*
tnreat in the block of trees and plnuts growing in
tlio
Pleasant Kill Nursery, Ohio Co., W. VaM
at GUEATLY SEDUCED BATES lor the Bprlog
of ls77, which stock consists of a largo lot of two,
three anil four year old Apple trees, all first clau,
1 to 8 feet high, and embracing HO choice varieties;
tiito a very large stock of Peach trees, one and two
years from hud, strictly tiret class, embracing 50
varieties, with a fair stock of l'ear and Cherry
tms, dwarf and standards. Also, Fluia. Quince
and Apricot trees. Forty varieties of Grapevines,
one and two years old. Currants, Gooseberries,
Htrawberrlcs, ltaspberrJus and Blackberries, in variety.
Evergreens and Shrubbery In variety, anil
fino Shade trees, all alzes,
The above will be oll'ercd at greatly reduced mtra
until the 20th of April, particularly by the too or
1,000. Liberal Inducements to dealers and clul<s.
Correspondence solicited from all perMUs drhitin,;
good nursery stock.
Kcraeraber that these trees arc all grown on the
highest land In the county, which secures/or theui
a thoroughly ripe anil acdlmatod growth, and that
tlio |??t 35 years experience of tbe proprietor and
of the frn i t growers generally has placed thin anion,:
the most favorably known nurseries of this country.
All trees carefully packed and delivered at
the Railroad Station free of charge.
For further particulars addres?,
K. E. DUNLAF, or
WM. M. DUN LAI',
fel-d.iw West Alexander, Washington Co., Pa.
jgRIKQ YOUK
JOB PRINTING
j to Tint
INTELLIGENCER JOB ROOMS
2.r. & 27JJFOURTEENTH 8T.
AH the New Styles ol Tyjic for Mercantile,
Rallro.nl and Poster Work, and the
Fastest and Best Presses in use.
THE VEST I YORK, AS CBEAP AH
TEE CHEAPEST.
jyjll.li', FREW ft CO.,
BOOK DINDERS
?JJID?
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
Aro prepared at oil llnltt, with the hMt Inatnlil
to till orders for ltlank Rooks, auch as are used '?
Banks, Counties, Corporations, Railroads and Mrrehants.
upon abort notice, and In tho meet desirable
and workiuanllko manner.
Having all tho latest nnd moat Improved machinery
wo fe?l confident that wo will render entire
satisfaction to all who favor us with their orden.
Music, Magazine* and Periodicals of every description
bound In n mat and durable manner.
MILLS, FREW & CO.,
NOS. 25 AND 27 I'OURTKKMII .ST.,
d?18 WHEELING. W. VA
mabtiit's
CAPITAL RESTAURANT.
No. 1155 Markkt St., it the only J-"'
lavrant in Ihr city. U in tho only Restaurant tMj
has separate rooms for ladles, or whwoyou ?*? ??,J
that quiet cleanliness of n home. ?miM
with the boat cultlm that can l? found In thecii.
He koeps on hand tho very l?e*t the market an-'J
In vegetables. tl*h, oysters, gains, and evtrytm *
In season, and serves it up In a manner nnexceiii
In the country. He can bo relied upon
furnish everything llntt-flaw. III Q
H. QtTIMllY,
HKAI.KK 15]
BOOKH, NEWS AND LITERARY I'AI'I
FASHION AND LIBRARY MAGAZINES,
STATIONERY, &c.
Pa|>ers and Cheap Publications at Whole*!*'iur4
1411 Mamkt StM**prescriptiontree
For the speedy Curo of Seminal Weakness.
Manhood, and all disorders brought on by I"1\ \*.
tlou or Kxcou. Any Druggist has the lnRn?<!ier
Address OR. JAQUES & CO., ClnclnniU, 0.
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