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FOR RENT.
J^OJt BALE
Two litftil, onMionv, ttfonl-lmii'l fi'ilii# W*g* j
line out-lior*, Hr.mJ-lmiiil Spring W^gon, wllli | I
t?P??iii>
oik -lion* Initi new .spiln# Wagon,
Will im ii nil iheajt (or mih.
8. J. EM.tl'ftlTC.
my* < "f Tffi'nly-fouilli and Mark* HI*. y
rpOB RENT? I
The large tlirec^tory Warehouse No.
1603 Main ntrcct. Two front*, Main nn?l M
HnutK ntrcr(M. Fouculon April 1st. Jj
Apply to li
my ', ' A. A LI,F.N HOWELL [
| I OTKL FOR IlENT.
The uniterMgticd < Ui-ni fur rent the jjj
mountain city hotel, f
KAlllMONT, W. VA.
Will t>" rented for fine or more j ova, with or without
furniture.
Ai'j'ljr-1 ?' MIOWNF1KI.I), '
my i" ^ 1-Hlrmont, W. Vn. (v,
mou hali: or benta
my <lcslnlle Country Ucnlilt'ikp. oup mill*
wtkl u( DiMgi'iHjrt on tin-National l!o.ul, without'
ui ic of ijrmuul wtll cultivated, juiil n ttrM-rliv
Iwo-Btorjr Urick Houfe, with nil juwlcru luiyroveuii-utf.
i*rlw!, for cltWr tnlo (>r icut, to null the
rorfuitliiTinloiiuiitloininiiuln'of .
ISAAC IRWIN, I
?p2t Or 1-lr?l Kutlonnl Hank, Brldftmort
J^WLLLINO IJOl'Si: 10R RUNT.
No. 31 fc'outh Front ?tn?l, Ielainl-plcu?ntly
BltuatidMiJ Jfeir.iblu Also, oue Iiooiu in bwodU
?tory of No. hi Twelfth Urcct, suitable for on office i
or eli-cping nxm. 1'oskssIou given Immediately,
j iNinln of DSL & A. BtLDBSTB,
ipll No. 1207 fhapUnaHt.
pon KhNr OH SALE. . ,
Tim fine Dwelling No 18 Fifteenth stmt.
Ttan* ten. in. til* In the Filth Ward.
LAW UFI'lLl, N. I- torncr 12th and Chs|>liue s
streets.
Ktiqolre of II. FOIllJEri,
r|4 1112 ClnpHnw Mtrrot.
jnOK Ut.NT?
A Urick Uouh?, No. co, 13th street, containing
10 rooms, with spacious hulls nnil
dry hasetnent cellar. '
liy W. V. HOOK & BEO..
inrS'J loOO Market Street.
JjlOll KEN] ?ilOl'SIvContaining
eight n*>u?s and Bath Iloom, on
Jacob Mmt,'U'tween 13th and 14th, went aide,
(iaa and water. Will bo rented low to responsible
tenant. Enquire of
JOSEPH I. WILDE,
n -it Hookaellrr and Stationnr, lt)Gfi Main St.
IrOR SALE.
jMLL'.yrfiE's SALR.
IIv virtue t,(n Deed of Tnut front tl.c I Hirer?'
lire, Murine and Life Insurance Company of
\\tn>'lin(f. I" ihp, bearing dale the villi <1i.y ?.f ,
Miircli, J?77, and on rerrid in the Clerk's office if
th I'ouuiy Court rf Ohio, I will prccccd to tell at
Auction ut in o'clock A> m., on
WEDNESDAY, THE 2d DAY OF MAY, 1877.
nt th" front door of tho Court Heme of Ohio
County to the IujLc11 l*ldt r, Hit K (lowing i<n>|H*rty
known as
BALDWIN'S ROW, "
ttiat Is to ray: Tta? undivided one-half of lot No.
170, iltuatutun the corner of Loll and teTenti-cnib
Mrrria, intuecltyot Wheeling. W. va., nml or. th* .
nor Hi Mile ?l bald Kevetitmn iitreet uud cast of .
lv.ir atcect. nml also of the wert one-half of lot Bo.
175 immediately ntljoiniiif* ?ni>l lot No. 170, both
being aituatctl lu Hint imrt of the city of Wheeling
i oiunionly tnllul Kant Wheeling. '1 hero aio IIvo >
Urick Tenements on raid prop.rty, nil itmlor Iia?e c
for the coming year, and the property will lie sold k
m ;i u hole or In parcels to null jumluiH'iH.
Tuhvs or SAii:.-One-thlrdcash and the balance .
Intworquilinstallments at tixntidtwelvemonths, '
with Intertst from the dny of anle, wild dcfcrcd
payments to I o secured by Died oi Trutt ou Kill'
property. I
The other ono-hnlf of wild property will lie ml (
at same time and nlaco and on name term* by tn ?
owner thereof. II. Z. BHRIVElJ, t
inrSl Trugwv
The nlK>ve sale Ib po?l|<ontd until Hatunlay, May <
12, Ht 10 o'clock, a. m. 11. Z. SHB1V1SK,
my:i ' ' Trustee.
l^l'ILDINa LOTS Foil SALE? '
In Manchester, near Rcymann'a Brewery. '
We will c Her for ?oleat public auction, on
SATUBDAY, May 12, 1877,
At in o'clock a. v.. at the front door of the Court
Home of Ohio county, Uie f 'Mowing Building Lot*,
that N to nay : bus 26, 27, 28,it0,81 and 82, the lattcr
lot being imrtly cotered t?y lettMi to Werner A
Millit, Miid w111 Uj sold mibjcet to said lease.
'J ?:kms ok Sau:?One-hall cash, and the lmlancc n
in one year from day of tale, ?ecurcd by trust deni
on tin property aolil.
TttUSTKES IIE1I.I.Y EST AT K,
r,p':7 I'er Tuoh o'Bmn.v, Aa't and fcc'y.
rjlRUSTEE'S SALE.
By virtue of n Dtcd of Tru*t made by Frederic
Fnlier and Johanna 1 Ishcr, his w ife, to me a? Trustee,
dat< d tho 7ih day of April, 1877, and of record
in the office ol the Clerk of ilm County Court of
Ohio county, I will prccecd to tell at public aue- (
tiou, at 10 o'clock A. w., ou
THURSDAY, the 10th dayol May, 1877,
At the front door of the Court lloiuw of Ohio county,
the following property, vlr.: All that piece or
lurcel of eround situate lu Caldwell'a addition to
the city ni Whetllna. Ohio county. W. Vs., known
ns the north lialf of Lot No, five (6) in square No.
tilteen (15), fronting on Jaai> street (formerly
.lames atrcet), together with oil the improvements .
thereto belonging?the house bciug No. W.5 Jacob 1
street. r
'i kuus of Bilk?Ono-lhird cash In hand and m /
much uiore as the puieluuer wny elect to psy. ami
the lahim-o in two equal i ay mints al one and two a
yeiw, with security ami Urnlng Interest.
T. J. HUCiUfi, Trustee.
W. II. Hm*n, AticHnnecr. apio
nOR SALE?
VO .Shares Meek !n IYnbcdy Insurance Co.
10 hhntui buck lu 01ii?. \'.dle> bunk.
It? Hhsrc* - t?K k In ?'?I ell-lilata Co.
10 Hiawa Ntoocl in /Elim Mill.
Lot (liouiiii, rmir? \\ heeling, Main street.
}a Lot Ground, (Vttre W heeling, Market street,
t Entail I-rnuie Hon?e, Uth strict.
1 Two->tory UrJek Jlouae. Hth street.
wr30 1. lUWlN. Agent.
|jlOR SALE?
Eighty choirc Building Lota on Wheeling Inland.
Price from 8 WO to jfl'O each. Only oniMdxth ol
the purchara money required In cash. The residue
may Ik? i?id annually In nv* equal installments
with interest.
Apply to JOHN I\ GILCIIBIST
ajh _ AtTopMJU^
POR 9ALK?
The Residence o( N. 0. Arthur, on 1.1th
street, in tho city of Wheeling. The lot
fronts nltout G3 feet on Fifteenth street,
unil extends back to the nller. The houno
in ii t\vo*tory brick, containing ten rooms
anil finished attic, bath room, with hot and
cold water, and is iu Rood repair. There
is also n wash house, coal house, ash house,
Ac.; on the propwty.
Persons desiring to examine the property.
or to ascertain tho terms of flnle, will
call on R Q. Rarr," attorney, 1142 Chapline
ntrect.
ap3 N. C. ARTHUR.
M. GROSSMANN'S
WATCHES!
Tbrsa fine tlmf-kcc|>ori arc manufactured at
Dmdoti, baxony, by Worrits (ironraann, c( borol?KiriU
fame, in ladle?' nmt gent'a tisn, l?olb key
nndatetu winding They *re constructed on the
mine principle a* the watches ot the late Adolph I
l-auge, and art* of very superior workmamhln. ami 1
fully guaranteed for performance and durability.
Tftcy nre the best, thUr cwt btingcotMdercd.that
ha vu been produced in any country. Their lai,l>ectlon
la Invited. t
a. Is- BROWN, l
bole Acent for Wbeellosaml vicinity,
1207 MAIIKKT bTKKFT.
A full line of all gradr* of American and Swiss |
Watches at very low prices. ?p30 .
Q1IEAF GROCERIES- % r
YOU CAN BUY
One lb. Ex. Young Hjwn Tea for*.? <0e. C
Ouo Hi. cootl Gunpowder Twi for 60c. y
Ono lb. wat Gunpowder Tea for Wte. ,
One lb. Kit Japan Ten for 1
Oim lb. px*l J.ii<nn Ten for COc.
One lb. best OoIohr Tea for * JCc.
One lb. K***l Oclonj; Tea for 50c- i
Twenty It* IUw for _ ...II 00 1
I'KAKI. 11EAL, cons 8YR0P,
And allklndiof Cirocrrlei at the lownt market
jiric-cs, at
.J. W. BARTON'S, 1
2251 ami zr* Maukw Bt., Ckktke Whkuuko. .
nr81 1
:? in
ins nil* Street, Cincinnati, Ottic.
ALLISON, SMITH & JOHNSON, l
, The trr? oa wMcJi this la tttateJ !i frcai J*
'hU youudrr.?Kti. iMKLLIuKXCl*. 1
ECONOMISE!
tow is Your Chance!
Icu'a line Hewed Cf. 0|*u Buoln from II 2.1 up.
(( n't line Pcggtd <1o. iIO. from Sf ?? U|>>
'on'* lino Pi'wc.l Cf. Buckle' Alexin frotu 8 to up.
leu'* ft no hewed II. Cf. " from 1 7.1 up.
len'i fine !V?W?I " ' from 1 80 up.
len'n ftiw IVkk?-?I u Ktr?p Hlio?fr?m 175 up.
Ion'* linn 1'cifgiM " Oxfu'd Ilea (roin I (u up.
ojr*' fine IV|??d " llucklt* Alex.from 1 60 up.
oj*' lino r<v,K,,,l " Hul.C'onu'rt Iroui I 23 aj>.
line r?iK?I 14 Wlnp^hwi /iom J 2J up.
atlKV line lt>id litcc Gutters from.,.. 1 6) up.
aillta' line 12-td UoKialtm from 1 10 up.
aiIIm' lino Mor llnttun from 2 ? up.
adlcj' lino Mor. ll*luior*l? from 2 id up.
adieu1 line lVMilo llalinoreln from I '.'0 up.
If***' I'rbMe llnlmoml* fiom 1 10 up.
Iilld't Pebble Ualmornli from.... 1 Ml up.
nfNul*' line fchon from ... /.... iw up.
;per It iclll rout you nothing to (nil ami
routine, (intl will Jo you good if yon urttl
'JlOff,
7. T. STOISTE.
1110 Main Street,
iny-t ITonNr.nnor.'s Ilux i:.
Pj A. W1NQEBTER,
DENTIST.
>fllr? t\ii J Roatdonco, Mo. 1057 Mul'i ill., VJ J??J|?
Union, Wbotllug, W. \a.
WTNIt.oua Oxlilf (Ha and other An?itUotlr?
idmlnlBtcrrd. aylB
KKANVCTTBE CLOTH J KB,
46 '1 'A'ttLVTll t'lKXKT,
Juyi and sella Ticket* to all po'lnta l*rt and Wat,
AT REDUCED RATEH.
JTltound trip ticket* to Baltimore and return,
mil riunu:?' .uul return, tttauon hand. ocft
DOLMANS!
The Great Attractions
of the Season!
We are offering .ft largo ami handsomeissortmcnt
of Dolmans, ALL OF OUR
3WN MANUFACTURE, copied of the
Latest I'aiifiand Berlin Stylos, and \vc oiler
hem a great deal LOWER THAN ANY
3TIIF.R HOUSE IN TI1E TRADE.
We sell a handsome Polmaii for $2 ft).
Wo soil a beautiful ('ream-oolored Dolnan
for $3.50.
Wp sell a lll:ick Mateleasc Dolmnn for$5.
We sell a Hallo Dolmnn for $ti.60.
We sell a light Matelosse Dolmnn for $9.
Wc sell the Paris Dolmnn for $10.
Cur My Its tire pretty, our Frier* ?rr loir,
\nil our Display the larijeit in the city.
M-DIK*, COME AND LOOKAXTHKM.
E. BLUM <3c BRO.
JSTP. 8.?New Silks for the coming
veok at $1.00 per yard. The handsomest
summer Bilks ever se$n at 76c per yard.
iny5
1USKT1I EXTRACTED WITHOUT
PAIN.
?i i jcm i untu wtu pracuemg
u Wheeling I huTt' ailinliilMered ens to nverneveu
housand persona with Pkkkkct &4KETY, nod in
iluiont every caso with entire natialartion to in pell
tnd jationU.
Wo cun? tar. tly keep on hands pure Nitrous Ox Me
ias fur those that desire to take it
DR. HURU1SON A BON,
Po23 No. 1143 Market Ht.
I'll I KSDAV? MAY 10, 1ST7.
New AdverlfKemenlH.
Temperance Meeting.
Ureal Reduction in Sowing Machines?
Hie Howe Company.
Thop. Hughes & Co.?Mcrchint Tailors.
llervey ?S: Brill?Auctioneer?.
Wanted?Agent.
Base Ball?Bucktyes vs. Standards.
American Watches?Oxloby & Puflield.
Dissolution.
Cheap Carpet*?Mendel, ttooth & Co.
Bureaus and Bedsteads?Morehead A*
Jo.
Repairing?Friend & Ron.
Photographs?11 igginsrQalleiy.
McLane's Vermifuge.
TuttVPills.
American Jewelry. Company.
Thermometer Kkcord.?The foHowng
shows the range of the thermometer,
is observed at SchnepFs drttg store,
3pera House corner, yesterday:
1A.M. 12M. 3 T. M. 7 P.N.
How do you like this sort of weather?
If it keeps up this drizzle, we'd just as
ivell mizzle.
The Governor'n Guards now have a
nembershipof about iixty.
The moat nopular man with the ladies
it present? the spring dol-man.
It is Raid that n pood liou?e painter
:an kill time as well aa a plumber.
ALLsewing machines now hare the fell
mprovement. They arc much lower.
TnE Duncan property,on Clay street,!
ia? been purchased bv Hollidav ?& Son
or $1,050.
This in Asqension Day, and" will be obervod
in all of the Catholic Churches,the
ame n? Sunday.
We are informed that the Arlington
Itove Works will close .down this week
or a short time.
Simmons & Slocum'8 minstrel band
Tcre out yesterday afternoon, and made
lome excellent music.
The Scliultz Boat Club are arranging
or a picnic at Tallman'a Orchard, below
West Wheeling, on the 19th inst.
A numiier of "WheelingmiU men wont
o Pittsburgh yesterday to attend a meetng
of the Western Nail Association.
Justice Bclgir yesterday issued a
leace warrant ngainst a young Kast
IVbeelingite,which will Reserved to day.
Work on the stone wall qn the Naional
Road near Fulton had tp be stopped
this week on account of the weather.
Only two furnaces are in operation nt
ho South Wheeling Glass Work? this
reek. The other furnace is undergoing
epairs, _
T - ii.ii. .1..
?nimt* 1-1 very uuio uuui? iu mc uuicu
?f the Clerk of the County Court, in the
ray of recording deed*, iwuing marriage
ieeiHC!?, etc.
a called meeting of the .Matthew*
Jght Guards will be held nttheCapi*
ol to-night, for (ho transaction ot iin>ortant
buaiueM.
There is talk of a game of baae ball
teiween me uucKeyes, 01 uoiumou*, anu
bo Standard*, on the Island, the latter
>art ot the week.
Cucumbers, which were sold nt fifteen
*uu each a week ago, can now be purha*cd
at the rate of ihree and four lor a
luarter of a dollar.
The Top Mill in about ready to clo?d
mtil thu heaters' strike is over. Some
if the nail machines are running, but will
ise all the iron up by this evening.
Tn* Courts.?CincoiT Court?Jwigt
Meltin.?'The Circuit Court met pursuant
to adjournment, and traniacttd the fol* 801
lowing buainesa: / 01
Uuatavus Outtenberg, a native of Austria,
was granted hi* first papers.
Thecaaea againft Uarrctt, charged with it
receiting stolen nroperty, were net for
to day, nt which time the witnesses were
auumioncd to appear.
.The argument in the Welsh murder Al
capo Was reaumod, and occupied the re- H<
matndcr of the d^y. Mr. Jordan having
opened for the prosecution the previous ai
evtning, Mr. Woods followed for thoilefeme.
Mr. Good then spoke for \ho c
defence, and Mr. Cracraft closed for the
prosecution. Ul
Jho Weiah cane wn*given to the jury ai
at 5::i0 v. m., and after being out- about
fifteen rainutejUhc jury returned a ver- m
diet of not guilty. The prisoner was accordinjily
dischareed from custodv. 1Tl
I Adjourned until this morning nt 0I
o'clock.
PotlCB Covm?Judge Crxinma: ' ^
Hrisines* wan disposed of by Jlis Honor hi;
yesterday morning as follows: , ni
Frank Miller wn> pent up for thirty 1.1
days for drunkenness.
Joshua Miller, for exposing Ills person, M
was committed for thirty days. h:
Mrs. Van H.orn, charged with disorderly
conduct, was sent to jiiil for thirty h<
dav*. ol
. Win. Harris wan sent to the stone pile
for thirty day* for stealing butter from 1'
the steamer Market l!oy. to
Frank Kothackor paid a lino of $1 for di
keeping hogs ou his premises. tli
(ifurge Heed, a vog, wa* fount! wander- ai
ing about the elreets at a late hour with
a lot of shoemakers' tools (new) In his
possession, which are now in the hands
of the Sergeant for identification^ _ a'
me uquor cases wcreirieu, ami iaaen ..
under advisement by the court nntil thin Jjv
morning. '
Thk Welhh Gab*?The trial of TIiob.
Welch, charged with killing lticliard H
llennegen in June U*t, was concluded CI
yesterday, and resulted in the acquittal W
of Welsh. The case was given to the jury t'<
about half-past Jive o'clock in the even- NV
iug, and after au absence of only fifteen
minuted they returned a verdict of not Si
guilty. Welsh and Hennegcn were lJ'
brothers-in-law, llennegen being the husband
of Welsh's sister, and hafl not been st.
on good terms for some time previous to Ik
iiennegen't death, Th| evidence Id the C?
case shows that llennegen had frequently er
threatened to kill Welsh, and that he insulted
him and attempted to pick a quarrel
withhibi whenevef occasion offered. Tl
On the evening of the difficulty the par- H
ties met near the Baltimore*St Ohio shyp", (,\
nuvit iirmivKi'ii renew l-u uiaiiiau(iH upon
Welsh, ami after ndtlreHHiiij; him in most te
insulting ami Violent language, dared him wj
to fight. As "upon former occasion#, Co
Welsh evidently desired to avoid a difli- w|
cnlty, and walked down the railroad in HU
company with a young lady. Hennegeu K
followed, continuing hid insulting Ian- ai
guflge. Welsh left the young lady, and jn
met Henuegen on the railroad track, m,
when several blow* were exchanged, and ni
Ilrnnegen fell?dead. There was some
difference of opinion an to the immediate
canm |of Hennegen's death, it being si rj,
matter of doubt-whether he waa killed by
a blow from Welsh's fist, or a fall 011 the \\
rail. The prisoner was promptly dis* t'(
charged from custody. * t v
Tub .Tuipebakoe Movement in
C^ABKbuuKa.?Almost unexampled hue- \
cess has attended the "Murphy movement*'nn
Clarksburg. Leaving out the
Catholic clement, over one half the pop- jj,
ulation have signed the pledge, including (j
nearly all the chronic drinkers of the ?
town Tliiil* /vinil ill nti> fnr llirt fiilnr.t
honors of the'permanent neat has not
txten to stirred up since the war. The
meetings have been 1 minenRe, anil great
good has been accomplidhed. An auxillary
branch of the National Temperance
Union wan formed on Natiirday by Jaa.
Cunningham and J. V. Noble, and num- (j
ben over 800 memberH. It is officered Jlr
as follows: t|,
President?(Jen. K. S. Nortljcott. w;
First Vice President?Edward Steel., [,a
Second Vice President?L. D. Wires. ?(
Secretary?Major R. S. Goddard. Hll
Executive Committee?Cecil S. Spate*,
Chairman; F. A. Laing, Secretary; K. S.
Horner, A. 15. Van Oaten, E. \V. Wil- n|
liamn, A. K. MoVicker. nr
Col. Spates li;w offered a hull an a read- ei]
i?j; room for the" Uflion, ami steps aie P(.
being taken for an active canvass of the c.
count/. je"
Messrs. Cunningham and Noble have y
been telegraphed lor to Athens,Ohio, and
left for that city on Wednesday.
?? k(
WIIEKT.lS'O TowfeoAT AND BARaE COM- W
pasy.?'The WheelingTowboat and Barge in
Company advertise their steamers, the te
Nail City and Ed. Hubb*. for sale, having iu
concluded to dispose 01 them and purchase
a large/ boat, more suitable for the
Wheeling and St. Louis trade. This in
company was organized about Ave years bii
since, with a capital stock of ?35,500, und Tl
owns the two steamers mentioned above Tl
and Gve model barges. Tlio steamer C. he
W. Hornbrook is owned by C'apt. Ed.
Ilornbrook and Mr. John S. Trimble, who
are both directors in the Wheeling Tow- fr
boat and Barge Company. The directors V
of the company are John 8. Triable, cli
Geo. K. Wheat, Wffl. M. List, Jule he
Wehrman and Ed. Hornbrook. Mr. yi
Wheat la tho President, Mr. List the Secretary,
and Mr. Wehrman tho Superin
iciiucm. iuu xjuaru \rm iueei on r nuay u
evening, for the purpose of considering th
tlie proposed sale and purchase. 6t
, \V
The Poetry Machine.?Some months
ngo the man who wan hired to run the
poetry machine turned it backward* in ar
attempting to manufacture an original w<
hexameter, long metrcd ' poem called to
"Beautiful Snow." Perfectly regardless uj
of expense it was repaired, and yesterday
a committee appointed to examine and
teat it pronounced it perfectly safe. At hf
one time it was run at the incredible bv
speed of 9,000 revolutions a sec- th
ond and without as much as getting a \\
hot box, ground out the following touching
poem: "The shades of night were
falling fast, As up Market street there Ha
passed A lovely maid who often naked, th
Am I to be Queen of the May ?' Last di
night two little wandering Jews, came in- to
to # town and told the news: That at
Bridgeport a frozen corpse'was found,
While pinned to the robes that wrapped w;
it rou nd, Were the words, 'I was Queen of hi
the May,'" lo
Temperance.?-Although the temperance
excitement that prevailed in the
city n few weeks since has entirely disnp- p,
peared, meetings are still held at irregular to
intervals by the friends of the cau?e. A ac
meeting was held.in the Wesley M. E. bi
Church, South Wheeling, last night,
which was qnite well attended, considering
the inclemency of the weather. Addresses
were made by Rev. Rippey, pas- 0
tor of the church, nnd Mm* . John anil St
Wash. Iiaggt. tr
It would be a matter of conference to
the public generally 11 the Adams' Ex* ra
press Company would make arrange* ?.r
ments to deliver gooda to all parta of the 1,1
city. At present, as we understand it,
the company will not deliver goods on .
the island, or in that part of the city bo* 10
low 2Gth street. Cannot some arrange- ac
mcnt be made to accommodate the people
living in tho*e parta of the city who receive
goodi by express? P(
t m ? in
Wheeling, Parkersddro & Cincinnati
TuANSPORTATION Co.?Thfr ntnrlt.
holders of the Wheeling, Parkersburg & *
Cincinnati Transportation Co. held their
annual meeting on Tuesday, for the election
of directors. The old Board was rc- C<
elected, as follows: C. If. Booth, Charles in
Muhlcman^ Henry Schmulbach, Jack bi
Harrison, Alex. Heatherington. The |m
Board organized by electing CapU Booth ci
Pre9idqnt,and Capt. Muhleman Secretary, re
- ? * HI!
Ywtzrday afternoon a party of saloon if
keepers wero' entertained by Mr. Anton de
Rermron, at his brewery. Bock beer pj
and lunch were the refreshments. pi
UGriTLV HACt'ABOSftt.
uetlau wo catch taint gUmpus, i? our tHlIctt c,
midnight dmtni, ?
augcli twinging reni?r?, walling uiUt wreath* "
ctor blue itrwuns. t?l
Nrw York Herald. y
icn thn Tij-.ry Tuitub waulkh, uud the crnwri
ptla and iuiii, t,
id we citdi a gllmp?o Ul talrlca bilnjlug l ijer lu
blue gltai. *
id, i*rhaiw, la rl?u the *aj?uri and the nilat .
wrcatha circle blghrr, ,r
jrkholmer'a toIcc break* the charm with, "the ti
ftecgnd Branch will never the."
id again, w? ato the warning Isn't plainly un? $
uer&tood,
r nian^ would l? mllliig lager - If they only .j
it our dream grows mldy n? we look,and bfcthe 0
nhutUraoloaed,
lid aliteon aaloouliti whu wcro by the fcecond I.
llranch bulldoaetl. A
it when theconllict'iova, aud the wluona arc tl
tn fuil libit, , ? ft
10 thinly aouli thai now atu giluing, will Hud
Joyallut. j?
I'ejwonal.?Capt. Charley liooili in in a
Washington City.
Mr. Mathew Altmeyer, [who left here a
itne time since lu take charge of the v
lit factory in the,mill at llellville, 111.,
meeting with hucccsh in his new field.
Mr. Lewix Bertchil, who ha? been with J
r. Moorehend for a number of yearn, 1
w accepted a position with Mr. Arbent. tt
Major Loring has been confined to his v
jiiro for several days past with an attack
! rheumatism.
llev. Mr. Kail arrived home from his a
arkeraburg vi.?it yeaterduy. He leaves *
i day for llttsburgli, to remain a few
ly* there) thence to Baltimore, and from ..
lere to Old Virginia on a visiting tour
nong frieadB and relatives t
Hotel Aiuuvalh.?Among the late R
rival# at the hotel# are the following:
St. Jame*?S. L. Mooney, Woodifield,
; I>. A. Uenning#, Middleport, O.; Joel .
rueadcll, Went Alexander, l'a;W. W. "
ullen, Baltimore.
SUmm?Frank D. Young, Wetzel co.;
. U. Muhleman, Clarington, 0 ; J. M.
lonuton, Volcano, W. Va; Miiui T. a;
relln,Mm. Frank Weill, Mm. Dr. This- P
e, SUteMville; 8. F.Shaler, Find ley, 0;
'illia A. Dillon, Belmont. O.; J. 8. iUmy,
J. Kradfield, Barnesvllle: J. M. Dare, E
flternville; W. E. Widman, Went LiberMcJ.urt?Simmon*
iV: SlocumV min- II
rein, neventeen in number; II. S. White, b
fclton; J. A. Campbell, Grafton; Dr. M.
trntiUrll, Parkernburg; J. II. Kmniing*
, Man-field. ^
Simmons & Slocum's Mujsthels.?
here waa a good audience in the Opera
outlast niirht. to cniova hoartv latitrh
*r the whimsicalities o( thu popular
mmojtfi & Slocum's minstrels. The en- j;
rtiiinment is complete; there is liuuior
ilhout vulgarity, and the spectator is
nipelled to laugh at thu whimsicalities it
liich follow one upon the other in rapid it
ccessiou. The sentimental ballads of ?
elly ami Harley are unusually good, p
id withal new. There is not a "stick"
the company. The troupe will coinenee
an engagement in Pittsburgh to- j
ght. ^ ^
Takkjjto UhookeCo.?Beiijamin Par- ji
di, arrested in this city on Tuesday, for
waling n skiff from Jacob Miller, at
ellshurg, was vesterday turned over to S
instable John Ilalley, of Brooke coun,
who tonic him to Wellsburg for trial,
lie ollicer handcuffed his prisoner, and
ft with him in the afternoon on the
bner O'Neal for Wellsburg. 8
Lamps for Vessels.?Messrs. Hoblw,
rock tinier & Co., uUlte South Wheeling
lass Work*, have a contract for making
lotuf signal lamps, to be used on vessels
i the fen, which are something new in ^
in section. Tliov are being mado for a
oston firm. Mr.ltuwll, the manager,irf
ecting with great success in making
em- , li
Klm CinovK Hall.?Tho new Elm
rove town hall is now about completed,
id the finishing touches are being put on
e building by the painters. The hall
ilLLa formally opened with a grand
ill in about two weeks. Thin hall will
i doubt l>e largely patronized by excur- H|
on parties from the city.
Nkw Dihectom.?The People*' Mutu- 3
Aid Association of this city, at its c
inual meeting last Tuesday nignt, elect* ti
I the following Hoard of Direction to
rve for the next year: Jacob Altmeyer,
T. Cowan, C. L. Davis, II. II. l)unvy,
A. Harris, Porter Smith and Isaac 0
. Stewart.
'fin: ewe* of about sixteen saloon v
:cpers, who arc charged with selling p
uuout license on .Monuay, were exam- a
cd by Ilia Honor Judge Cranmer yearday
morning, and taken under adviaeent
until today.
The steamer Market Eov, while leavgthe
wharf yesterday, collided with the
irge Eugene, and wan damaged plijjhtly. y
lie barge w.w uninjured by the collision. J'
be Market Nov was detained a half 11
>ur by the accident.. li
' ? - > ? h
A lotpf brown and red hematite orea s<
om the neighborhood of Lynchburg, C
a., have been received by Dwight, the e
lemiats, for analysis. Specimens aent C
re front the name place some time ago tl
eUleil about sixty-five per ceut of iron. U
Thk Committee on Buildings and *
round* of the Hoard of Education meet fi
is evening to consider a proposition to d
up an additional room for the Fourth e<
'ard school. si
? V
Imitation angle-worms made of rubber 1e
sold among sporting good*. The
arms shown in the window are of a size
delight the heart of the boy who turns
i a plank in the back yard hopefully. 1
The moat apt satire on the seasons that
in lnleljr l>em written was that composed t'
' a druggist in this city, it was simply d
c words, "Colli Soda Water." Ugh!
VI1 take red pepper pyrup in otirp.
Tourists visiting Wheeling at present
y that it reminds them- of Venice with d
e exception that the canals arc milder
ami the goqdolas arc drawn by Tri- n
ns.
Ykbtejway morning as Prof. Kryter *
as taking bis horse from live stable to t<
tch to nis buggy, the animal broke
ose and ran out the road u? far as Filln
before he was caught.
Tin: Iluard of Directors of the State
inltentiary will meet at Moundsville n
day, for organization, and the-trans- n
ition of business which may be brought j
;fore it.
At the witching hour of midnight, a a
ind of Italian musicians from thoTivoli
arden favored this office' with pome
reet drains of music. Thanks, gentle
oubadoura. %
while pome suiall boya were catching j
,U at Warren'* oil refinery, yesterday,
ie of theiu waa bitten entirely through *
e left lmnd by, a savage rodent. a
TnE Board of Public Works held an H
formal meeting on Tuesday, and transited
some routine buBlneas. t
Justice Wheeler, during a lull in a
>lice business, is brightening up the j
terior of bin oftice with fresh paint. j
Tns question is hourly asked, When c
ill Council meet again?"
A New Feature.?1Thos. Ilughes & H
jmpany, Merchant Tailora, have S
troducVi a uew feature into their \
isiqess which makes a very pro;r
distinction between time and cash 1
Miomerfl. mey proposo 10 make a c
doction of six per cent from (he prico of C
lita if paid in ten days, and five per cent n
paid in tjiirty days from the date of S
jlivery of the clothes. Cash and prompt a
lying customer* will thus receive the
remium to which they are entitled. a
Extraordinary Bargains in Pianos
nd Organs.?Our readers will hardly IX
edit Jt when we tell thep how low a Ca
t*t-clans Piano or Organ can 1?? bought 1
I Adams & Lucas', 1227 Market street. Ft.
or instance: I*
A tilt* carved Kunlu Piano, seven oc* of
ives, aw good as new, for $tt76; tirst cost an
m.
An elegant rosewood Piano, carved fal
gs, se^en octave*, (can not be told from D?
new one) for ti^nt cost $000. nil
Other good iccona*hand Pianos at from 1
10 to $150. im
Splendid new Pianos of the best makes, an
icluding Steinway, Knabe, Hazelton ami lei
titers, at from $400 to $1,000. pa
In the line of Organs Messrs. Adams & S't
iiicaa sell the Mason & Hamlin, Smith,
merican, and several other makes, at W
?e lowtAt possible prices?from $85 to D<
1500. Some very good second-hand Or*
ins as low as $40 to $<J0. Altogether, a es.
utter variety can not be found in any L<
tusic store. pa
Terms of payment will be made to suit Pc
II responsible parties, while for cash a Tl
i*ry liberal discount will be made. cu
? ?? ? go
f have iust returned from the East
ith my second Block of Dry Goods, R
rimmiugs, Notions, Ac., which I bought L
t the lowest cash prices, and will sell
ery low for cash, G. G. Rotii.
Ci.OriiKd out job lot Buttons, nil colors }d|
nd sizes, 5 cents n dozen, at Hoover it}
Iros'. $1
co
Good Calicos at gc per yard, at G. G. ^
, m , he
Break down in prices of Dry Goods
ml Carpets. Now is your time. Call c<:
nd price. Got to sell. cc
J. W. Fkrrel. i
rat
Jeans, Boys'Cassimeres,Chevoit Shirt* cx
ign,A:c., very cheap, at G. G. Hoth's new La
lore, 21t)0 Main street, ^
Tub largest stock of Trimmed Hats
nd Bonnets in this city and at popular
rices, at Hpeyer Bros'.
More new goods just received at (J. G.
iothV, 2100 Hain street. Al
For Sale.?One fine Buggy Horse, H
luggy nnd Harness. Will be sold at a
argain, by Adams & Lccas, q
1227 Market Htreet. 0
Ladif.s' Hat-, in endless variety, at B
peyer Bros'.
The finest shoes kept in the city at _
li. V. IiLOKD'S. S
Girls' Hat*, in great variety, ntSpeyex
!ro?'. ^
See the old and reliable Paper Hunger
; you want work done; 20 years' ex per;nce
in the principal citien of the East
nd Went. Leave orders at this oflice or
'. 0. Box 25. W. Lowndes.
8
Boys' Hat*, in great variety, at Pp'eyer
5ros'.
Gents' line shoes of the latest styles
ist received at L. V. Blond's.,
Two-Botton Kid Gloves, 50 cental ?
pever^Bros'. .
Hood Black Kid Cloven for 35 eta., at
J. W. Ferrel's.
^Sash Ribbons, only 10 cents a yard, at
peyer Bros'. ^
Latest styles of shoes just received at
T \r
Black Silk Necktie?, only 5 cent*, at
peyer Bros'. A great bargain. ^
New Goods! New Goods! Just reeived
.'1,000 yards of line chintzes in the
itest styles, one yard wide, which we will
?11 at 10 cents per yard. Also a new lot
f Carpets, from 18 cents upward; 10,000
olts of Wall Paper, cheapest in the city. r(
lall soon if you would secure bargains,
t JoiinRoemer'h.
If you want to get suited in a pair of
iioes go to L. V. Blond'*.
Bkea k down in Prices.?Press Goods
cents, Black Kid Gloves 35 icnta and r
tarpets as cheap as 15 cents. They have
a he sold to raise money now.
J. W. Ferrel.
Just received, a lot of Children's Shoes .
f the latest styles, at L. V. Blond's. a
Carpets ! Carpets! Carpets! It is a
fell settled fact that the cheapest Carets
and Dry Goods in the City aro found
t J. "VV. Ferrel'jj,
Corner Main and 20th St.
The cheapest shoes in tho city at I
L. V. Blond's.
Goon Advice.?Now 18 the time of Di
car for Pneumonia. Lung Fever, &c.
Jverjr family shoulu have a hottle of 1
Ioschee's German Syrup. Don't al)w
for one moment that cough to take
old of your child, your family or yourelf.
Consumption, Asthma. Pneumonia, |
Iroup, Hemorrhages, and other fatal dia- 1
ases may pet in. Although it in true
Ierman Syrup is curing thousands of
hese dreaded diseases, yet it is much bet- it
jr to have it at hand when three doses
ill cure yon. One bottle will last your
thole family a winter and keep you safe g,
rorn danger. If you are consumptive,
o not rent until you have tried this remJy.
Sample bottles 10 cents. Regular
ize 75 cent*. Sold by your Druggist.
Wholesale agents, Logan, List iS: Co., and
.aughlin Bron.A Co. eod&w
Klvto Sew.s.
The Science leftt for Parkernburg at ~
oa a.m.
The Granite State passed up at 11 a. m.
The Express passe*! up at noon, about
ivelve hours behind time, havinir been L
etui tied by heavy freight*. ?
The Kerr left lor Pittsburgh at 8 a. m.
There will be no Parkeriburg boat this
lorning.
The Kagon will be ofT the ways at Midleport
the latter part of this week.
'1 he Carxie Brooks was duo down last
ight, en route for Zanes^ille.
The Star ol the West has not yet reamed
her place in the Bellaire trade.
The Emma 'Graham will puss down
j-day.
Last night the marks indicated l? feet 7 r
nehes,and falling slowly. t
The wharfboat punk at Vevay was inurcii
for $800.
The keel of Captain J. X.WilliamHon'ri
ew steamer, Emma Clraham, is laid, and
tanking will commence on the first fair
freight* from Cincinnati to Louisville
re unusually low.
The steamer Exchange has the raachinry
of the Gov. Garland and the boileis
f the Ella.
The faithful Pomeroy packet T?leraph,
after fourteen years' service, will
etire from the trade in throe week?,
rheu hIio will be dismantled and ner
lowcrful engines removed to the new B
learner building for her. The cylinders
re 22 incite* in diameter, Willi 8 feet u
troke. W
I By Telegraph.)
Pittsburgh, May 9.?River five feet Gt
wo inchen and rising. Weather oloudv
nd rainy.
Mkmpiiw, May 9.?River 29 feet 11 pi
ncheH. Weather clear; mercury 70.?
Arrived?Baum. Cincinnati. Departed
-Ilard Caah, AVhile river; Morgan, Cin- w
innati.
Louisville, May 9.?River 10 feet 7 r.
nche* and riilmr. D*nnrt<wl ? x
mith, - Cincinnati; Lioneur, Pittsburgh;
leans, St. Loui*; Cecil Cobb, Ironton. 81
Vcather clear.
Evansvilije, May 9.?River 18 and 9- .
0 feet and rifling. Weather clear; raer- CI
ury from 49? to OS0. Down-Chas. 15.
Ihurch, Morning Star, Barnard and Kaawha,
Up?Raven, Idlewild ami John it
,,an,'S bu,lne" light; ateaincr Church ?
dded largely on it? way down.
Little Rock, May 9.?Weather clear
nd pleaiant. RiTer fell 10 inches.
Niw OimtAira, Ma* 9.?So trrirtln,
jparted?Robert Mitchel, Ohio rirer
romleleL St Louis. Weather clear.
CAino, MayO.?Arrived--Capital City
, Louis; City of Vickabnrg. vickaburg
(parted?Capital City, Vickabhrg; Cih
Vickaburg, St. Loula. Riv?r 5a'feel
(1 falling. Weather clear; mercury 6-1?
Nashville, May I).?River 8 feet ami
lling. Arrived?Celina, Cairo. No
parturea. Weather cloudv ami cool
sreory 38? to fl9?.
cmoimtati. May i>.?Hirer 27 feet t!
;lie? and rising rapidly. Partly cloud j
d cool. Arrived?Sherlock, New Orina.
GofT, due from Memphla. De
rted?VintShinkle,Memphii?;Sclicnrk
;w. Orleans.
VlCKffBURO, May 9.?River rose 1 inch
eatlier clear and pleasant. DownBan.
,
St. Louis, May 9.?River risen 2 inch,
Wenther cloucy. Arrived?Fannj
>wia, Kansas City; Lee, l'eoria. De
Tted?Iron Mountain, Plttaburgh; l/ce
loria; Grand Republic. New Orleana
io Grand Republic took down an ex
raion party of about 160 persona am
ea through the jettiea to the Gulf.
ALTIMORE CATTLE MARKET
Daltimore, May 9.
Cattle?Fairly active and prices V*
?her. Very best $5 75a6 00; first qual
r $5 25a5 75; medium or good fairqualit;
75a525; ordinary thin steers, oxen am
wh $4 00a4 50; most of the sales at $5^0
75. Receipts 1,164 head; sales 1,10'
ad.
ffOGS?Quiet and prices? shade easier
immon $G 75a7 50; best $7 50a7 87>f. Re
ipts 5,943 head.
SHEEP?Fairly active and steady. Com
5U $3 50a4 00; fair to good $ 1 00a5 OU
tra $5 50a5 75. Receipts 5,442 head
unbi $2 00*4 50.
DRUCCISTS.
ANAKESIS,
a instant relief and infallible cure for Pile
olman's Fever & Ague Pads
anford's Radical Catarrh Cure
ABY SOAP?BABY SOAP
For the Toilet.
ulphur Soap?-Sulphur Soap
For Skin Diseases.
)X GALL SOAP,
For Cleansing Silks,
o. n i l ll!ll
owiss uonuenseu iyiiik.
OOTCII OATMEAL
FOR SALE BY
OCAN, LIST & COi,
DRCOOISTf*, BRID'QE CORNER.
ap28*4&w
!. A. McCABE & CO.
Wholesale Druggists,
03.1423 Main and 1428 Soulb Strepl!
WHEELING, W. VA.
A full and complete stock of
rugs, Medicines and Chemioals, Paten
Medicines and Proprietary Articles,
Paints, Oils and Dye-Stuffs,
Varnishes, &o.
Orders from City nnd Country Denier
spectfully solicited.
PROPRIETORS OF
ENTERPRISE BAKINQ POWDER,
KRAFT'S DIARRHEA COMPOUND,
nrc nnnpnTs' ronon KVDTTP
It. ROBERTS' IMPERIAL LIHIMEN1
BOUSU'S WORM CANDY,
EXTRACT OF GBAPEVINE.
npti _
LWA1S GET THE BEST
REED'S .
COUGH SYRUP!
d Not Neglect a Cold However Slight
for COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, Ac., use
* ? 1 '
irr rmn
tttUS WJUbH SYHUH
There is no Preparation equal to it. Tr
and be convinced.
REMEMBER! Ask for ^herd's Conoi
i'RUI*," anil be snre yon get it.
PRIOR 25 ?*XTS I'KR nOTTLR.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietor!,
Whbrliho, W.Vi
)L1> BY ALL DEALERS IS MEDICINE*
U|lJ
5LANK BOOKS
i
'?and?
JOOK BINDING
Wo are prepared to make Blanl
ooks for Banks, County Offices
erchants.and others,with print
1 heads or without, on the bes
iper and first-class Binding
hich for durability and oieganci
innot bo exccllod, at prices t<
jit the times. Call and see spe
mens at the
<TELLI6ENCER OFFICE
545 and 272Fonrtcentli St.
INSURANCI
INSURANCE I
r >
Of Wheeling, W. Vn. Assets Over I
LOSSES PAII
sin
\ J. N. VANCE, President. T.
0 m. REii.LV, VIob President. i. i
9 D W. BURROWS, Gel
DIIttaCTO
J. N. VANCE. (OHN ltEID,
i- M. BBILLY, I. C. 8TIFEL,
GEO. APAMH, J. n. HOBBS,
Franklin Insurance
x The largeMt Independent Insuranoe Office I
$40,000,(
i
This Agency, being Independent of nil Board i
, desirable property?both Fire and Marine?a!
unsurpassed, adjustments liberal, and prompti
mends It to the patronage of the public. T
? Companies:
North llritlsli and Mercantile Iiin. Co.
lire ANMociation ol Philadelphia;
Union Insurance Company ot 1'hilm
WeMtern Awmrance Company ol Tor
Ituiralo luMiiranee Company, oi Hall
I Mobile IndcrwrlterV Amocialion, ol
i Itritish American Awnrance Comna
i Ilojal ('mintlimi InNnriuiro ('oinpnn;
fe'24 ' ., T. I3. 3
Silver Lake Fl
HEADQUARTER
1 Louisiana Sugar, Mol
DAILY ARRIVALS DIRECT Fl
i2,000 Packages
\ (80UGHT BEFORE TH
2,000 Packages Nos. I, 2
I
IMMENSE STOCK?GRE
UNIFORM GOODS nnll U
jarJ>AAMIMS OUR STOCK BEFORE ]
C. OCLEBAY
: m His. 14
; painting; graining, k
Having secured the serviced of j.hkl:
.. 3VtR. Xj. LUTES
S.
m An Foreuinn nud Manager, we are now pre* VANf
pared to do nil kinds of
i Paintin9- D?
) Graining, 130
Encaustic, and N(
^.. . iiiK
stipple Work.
We wilt furnish estimates and tnko con* Pei
, tracts for Painting Public anil Private
Building!, Builders and Contractors are
invited to call on us.
We are also prepared to do what this city
lias long felt the need of, viz, l*nl<!
Genuine Kalsominina,
? P?t y,
tlnkn, i
By means of which all cracks in walls and
ceilings ure entirely obliterated.
UUK 1'IUCES WILL BE AS LOW A3 A'or
IS CONSISTENT WITH GOOD WORK. ?r,P,
jolll
'A. W. PAULL&BRO., tv
111! Main Street, JH
f?23 Hons brook's Block.
JUNE FURNITURE, L?"[
^ [ACS COSTA1X.1, COtSICBS A MIRR0B8.
E. EDMUND30N i SONS,
1 139 LUlKItTY 8TEBBT, riTTflll'iloii, Pi.
no7
* .
pETER W. liOaLEY, ' ~
) tVIIOUCSALI DKALKB IK INT
FANCY GROCERIES
- ?lm^CbK?cE!?iw? ???"??cF,uli.,Ti
Ai.-.teo'JsaM^biEa,
No. I3Z? MARKET STREET,
WHllliu.W. V.. ?JIIO
J^ADIES' AND MISSES' "
BRACE, SUSP BJfJJBB 4- SKIRT SVI'fORT- cn'ttrto
I BR COMWBD. Writ
ONLY 75o, AT THE M*NUF?CT0?r, >? HUB
IOmrlOARSKT ST'' b*"w PosrofFici;.
?
ZTJTN I
mm
Quarter Million Dollars.
} OVEE I
innnnl
IUU.UU
P. PHILLIPS, Seoretary,
1. WILLIAMS, Assistant Sto'y
icral Agent.
RH:
T. 1'. 8BALI.Cl!OfS
JAMES U'AXWEU,
u. uuri MAN.
Co's Agency,
n the State, repretentlng uver
inn nn
k# WW.VU
somblnations. Insures all clasttul
I reasonable riles, lis indent,
kii In payment of louts rtc?
he Agency comprises the folio*!);
ol London timl r<l!nUnri'!i
lelpliliu
onto.
ulo X. Y.
Mobile, Ala.
ny, ol Toronto,
p, ol Montreal.
PHILLIPS, Agent.
our House.
S FOR
asses and Rice
WM PLANTATION.
Lake Herring
u
E ADVANCE).
! and 3 Mackerel,
:at variety.
NIFORM PRICKS.
BUYING EL8EWIIKRE.T5'
& SONS,
H2 & 1414 Main Street.
IOOTS AND SHOES.
'A11LISHED IN J?37.
JON VANCJt. | W. *. UfOUES. | I ? KIM-*'
MCE, HUGHES & CO.
HUCCRRSOIW TO
IE &. ADAMS tnd.C. D.KNOX & CO..
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
*>ts and Shoes.
1.1301 Main St., Wheeling,W.Va
My Insurance Co.
WHEELING, W.'VA
I Up Clipillll . . - $!?!>.??
ii* raooernie noes on uwiuiup.' 1
Ant-claw Alcrcnutlle mi! Muml'1 'lJ :
?nd on Cfcrgo risks on Wfttem **'"
D1BECTOK6:
leo Lorlng, A. M. Ada#!'.
SV. J. Ratcf, Js?. F. I torn'
. Hlldrcth, Akx. I-auglil'!'
i L. Klcr, C. A. Wioijtjr",
. Irwin.
AIOKZO LOUIS". I
. L. BOBOEIiS, Bcc'y. ""
'OU WANT
TER-HEADS PRINTED.
cauj AT THE
ELLICENCER OFFICE
25 AND 27 FOUKTKBNTH
IRTIIANJ) AiUJ VKKUATIM lit"
>BTINU.
?Intended /or profcnlonnl erwrtci"-11''''"
should ncoulre I'bonctlc fchoriiiat-J u
g on altuatlcns. .
ten irutructlon br mall. Tertn?, A''->
T. McCANN, (trimUr </ Ifu /'{<*"'< * .
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