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The large thrawtory WareIioum No.
1603 Main itreet Two front*, Main and
South itreeU. PomMion April lit,
A wry datable Countrr Itntdencr. one milt
Bg . WMt of Bild|?port on tinNational Koad, with one
V$.t acre ?1 ground well cultlratcd, and a flritalaa
'; 1 two-etorj Jlrlck Home, with all taodtrn Itnprotft.
n?nt?. PriM, foi either ml* or rent, to inU Um
V-. UfflM. >or further Information enquire of
ap2t Or Flnt National Bank, Brldgtoit.
No. SI Bouth Front itmt, Wind-plauantlj
aituaUd uxl dnlrab'.n. Alao, one Kootn In aMODd
atory U No. 14 TwtHih airwt, lultablo for an offlre
or Bleeping room. Poawulon glrcn Immediately.
Kaqulnof UK. K. A. JllLDRETU,
apll Wo. IMP ChapUneBt
TIQIpo Dwelling Ko. 18 Fifteenth itrcft.
Tbrco tenement! In tho Fifth Ward.
LAW OFFICK, N. E. corner 12th and Chapllno
1 ' Enquire of H. FORBES,
I apa _ 1142Chapllne Btreet.
A Brick House, No. CO, 13th street, cod*
taining 10 rooms, with spacious halls and
drj basement cellar.
By W. V. I10QK & DRO.,
tnr29 1300 Market Street.
taining eight room* and Bath Boom, on
Jacob stieet, between 18th awl 141b, went side.
Uaa and water. WU1 bo rented low to rt*i?ntll!e
tenant. Enquire of
po21 Bootaaller and HUtloner, 1066 Main gt.
For Kosiiloiicos
We offer at private aulc, and on molt fa*
vorable terms, a few choicc Building Lots
on the rcninsulo. To those who desire to
build this summer, extra inducements will
be offered.
| royl7 Real Estate Agents, i
jior saletwo
light, ore-hope, icccud-beml fpilng Wagons.
One cat-how, aecotd-hnnd Spaing Wagon, with
Oneone-hort* bran ne w fpilng Wagon.
Will aell all cheap for cash.
myl Tor. Twenty-fourth and Market bu.
Hanohetter.netrRtymann's Brewery.
We will ofTcr for aaleat public auction, oq
RATlinDAY. Mar CC. 1877.
At 10 o'clock a. u.. st the froht door of the Court
Hooieof Oblo county, tbe f >ll?wing Building Loti,
that U to say: Lota 26, 27,28,:W, SI >tul 32, tho latter
lot being partly coreml by Icaw to Werner 4
Mills, and will be aol?l subject to said lean*.
Tkims or Walk?One-half cash, ami the balance I
lo one you from day of sale, secured by trtut de^d
on the pruperty sold.
xnyl4 Per Taos. 0'Bmr.h, Ag't and Bec'y.
By virtue of a Deed of Trust from tie Citizens'
Fire, 3larina and Life Inauramp Company of |
Wbevllnjr, to roe, lairing date tbe Ullnlayof
March, 1877, and on record in tbe Cleik'a odice of
tha County Court of Oblo. 1 will proceed to tell at
Public Auction at 10o'clock a. m., on
at tha front door of thn Court HouicofObio
County to the highest bddcr, the following proi>erty
known aa
that is to lay: The undivided one-half of lot No.
17G, iltuatcd on the corner of Eotrand e'cvcntecuth
streeia, In the city of Wheeling. W. Va., and on tlie
north tide of mid Keventeetn street and east of
Eoff ateeet. nud also of the west one-half of lot No.
173 Immediately adjoining laid lot No. 170, loth
being Mtuatfd in that part of the city of Wheeling
commonly tailed Eait Wheeling. Then; arc lire
Brlek Tenciuenta on inlJ property, nil under leane
for the comlDK year, and the |iroj.ert j will lie sold
y aa a whofo or in parrrla to Milt poichsaeni.
Tehvb of Saul?One-third ca?h and the luilanco
In two equal installment* at his and twclrc months.
with interim from U?? day cl Kue.saiu ueierrea
payments to le wcured l?y Deed of Trust on ?id
' Ttoothcr one-hslf of wtU rroperty will lw fold
at the Hitoo time and place and ?<n same terms by
the owuer thereof. II. 2. SllltlVKlt,
mr3l Trustee.
Tho above rule I* postponed until HATURPAY,
Hay 12, at 10 o'clock a. m. 11. Z. SURI VER,
mj8 Trustee.
The above Mln 1* portpoiwd'until TUESDAY,
the 12th day of June, at 10 o'clock a. m
myH 11. Z. SimiVEH, Trnstec.
Main building two stories high, with Tin lloof,
alio 40x72. Engine Boom one story high, with
Tin Koof, *l*e 20x41
<>nc Kupkc, 14-Inch cylinder, 30-Inch stroke.
Two Boilers, 22 feet lung, 40 Inches diameter,two
flues each.
One Plainer and Matcher; one Scroll Saw;
One Moulder; one Tenon Machine;
Ona Turning Lathe; one Morticing Machine;
One Hash Machine; one filled Stile Mortlcer;
Two Rip Saws and Tnb'es;
One Cross Cut Saw and 'i"able;
OueShajiing Machine;
Four Town Lots, C0xl20 feet each;
One Town Lot, 23x120 feet,
One Stoic Boom, two stories high; one Warehouse
two stories high. All in good repair. Will
be aold at a bargain. For further particulars address
President Satdis Manufacturing Co., Sardls, Mon'
roe connty, Ohio. np25*
20 Sharea Stock In Fabody Insurance Co.
10 Shares Stock in Ohio Valley llank.
IC Sham Stock WL? Belle Gum Co.
10 Bharoa Stoock In ACtna Mill.
bC Lot Ground, Centre Wheeling, Main street.
)l Lot Ground, Centra Wheeling, Market street.
1 Small Frame House, 14th strtct.'
1 Two-story tfrlck llouse, 14th street .
rnrtt) 1. IRWIN. Agent.
Eighty rhoto Building Lois on Wheeling Island.
Price iroro f400 to SoOO eirh. Only one-sixth ol
the purchaw oiMu-y required iu caaii. The reeitlue
may be paid annually in KiVK ciuil iniullmenta
vita lntcroat.
'f: ?p8 At Top Mill.
The'Rcaideuce of N. C. Arthur, on 15th
street, in the ritv of Wheeling. The lot
front* abont 63 feet on Fifteenth street,
and extends back to the alley. The houae
ia a two-story brick, containing ten rooms
and finished attic, bath room, with hot and
cold water, and is in good repair. There
is also a wash house, coal house, ash house,
Ac.; on the nroperty.
Persons desiring to examino the property,
or to ascertain the terms of sale, will
call on R. G. Barr, attorney, 1142 Chapline
apS N. C. ARTnUR.
^ - oa co
<0 ^ J
bD <j g ~
(0 3=
Hand Sewed & Pegged Shoes,
Latest Style*, warranted equal to l*??t
Coxtom Work.
Machine Sewed Boots& Shoes
All SlflH.
Fine Side Lace Boots & Shoes.
My Prices Can't Be Beat.
1110 Jlnlu Street,
m?15 Hohsbiiook'h lirotK.
Ottce aud KmJJuw*. Ko. 2057 Ifftln Ht., opprfU
Union, W boding, W. V*.
"Nll.-oni OxlJt (in and other Antithetic*
tdmlnUteml. mylfl
Bujri and MlU Ttckrti to all point* Eait and Wcot,
Wllojud trip tlrkats to Baltimore nod return,
and Chltmo aud rrlurn, alaooa ha ad. ocfi
We Originate ! Never Imitate!
Our PrlocM tlio Lov c?t.
Reliable Qualities and Good
Hit* people of Wheeling an\l vicinity will
save money by buying their Linen tfuits,
Overdresses, etc., of I. Ilium & Bra. Their
advantages over all competitors aie acknowledged
on all sides. Large qnan'itics
of new garments opened daily.
X. BLTJM <3c BRO.,
MO I .1! 11 In Ntrcct.
P. S.?Silks, Grenadines nn<l Parasols
our specialities. We challenge competition
on thctu. my22
Daripg the i-terro yean I hare t?n prsctldos
la WheeJtng 1 have administered gas to over seven
thousand |?rsoni with 1'krhkit bafktr, sod in
almost errry rue with entire satisfaction to mywll
nnd patients.
Yiti constantly kwp ou hands pure Nitrous Oxide
Gas lor thoee that dr*!re totakelL
nog No. 11 <3 Market fet
Neuhausen's Summer Garden.
o'clock, on A No. 1 Summer Concert will
commence, connected with illumination
and firework*. At o'clock a select Summcr
Hall will lake place, to try the elegant
waxed lloor for dancing.
Admission, 10c. Holders of Kcason tickets,
free. Mr.Jos. Kramer will furnish the
music, and the Kim Grove Street Car Company
will carry all passengers to the city
after the cutertuinment is over.
Hea?on ticket, $1X0. iny?2
O.MS FOir^vFOne
or two furnished rooms for rent,
three minutes' walk from the Postofliee.
Enquire at Selinepl'n Piug Store, Opera
JIousc corner. my22
New AdvertIxcxaenIf.
Legends of the Valley?A book by Jas.
II. McMechen.
Commissioner'* Sale? Geo. B. Onldwell,
Hamilton Opera House?Morrison's
Dramatic Company.
Base Ball?Memphis Reds vs. Standnrd.
Grand Concert?Frank Walters.
Jewelry?Turner & Dillon.
Queensware?Cummins & Wood*.
Piano Tuning?Hutchins' Music Store.
Funeral Notice?Panola Lodge.
Rooms for Rent?Apply at Schnepfs
Drug Store?head local.
Dry Goods?I. Blum A Bro.? head IoThermometer
Record.?The following
shows the range of the thermometer,
as observed at Schnepfs drug store,
Opora House corner, yesterday :
8 a. u. 12 m. ,8 r. m. 7 r. x.
7C b7 M W
Now the picnic seasou has commenced.
The annual summer exodus will soon
The Hies begin to warble their summer
Brer saloons are trimmed with much
| that is green and verdant.
t..- c o a _# * i- _!ll
ius ouureme v-ouri oi Appcaio wiu
meet in this city June 6th.
Skiff ridiko is a popular evening
amusement hereabouts now.
No arrests had been made by the police
up to 11 o'clock last night.
The Fidelio Society will excurt to
.-Cramp's Grove next Saturday.
The ehower last evening was a good
thing for gardens and cornficlda.
One deed of trust, and one release, admitted
to record in the County Clerk's
office yesterday.
The Micnnerchor Singing Society will
have a moonlight picnic at Xeuhauseo's
Summer Garden to-night.
The Live Oak base ball club arrived
in the city yesterday morning, and is
quartered at the St. James.
URcniNS now sport in the waters of
Ilia Htlin on.) fnlkJ Inftl- (in fl till
wish they could do likewise.
Tns young ladies at Mt. de ChanUl
held their annual May festival yesterday.
Kramer furnished the music.
Tns opposition among free lunch men
has become frightfol In addition Ui
turtle soup, strawberries and cream and
theater tickets are tossed in with a glass
of beer. _
Offices c.tnvnj.r, chased t man
named Miller down Main street last
evening, but did not overtake him. Millar
il W&ntcd tA imiwor n rhsrpfl of difr
orderly conduct.
Th? CoOBiv-Craotn Oonrr-Judje
JMriit.?Tba Circuit Oourt wu in mm Ion O
yeitarday it uinal, in J traniicted the tl:
fallowing bniineii: lb
A number of omi wire called, mil I)
continued for future hearing. w
The cue ol Mary Marling ri. Elijih T
Marling wm ulten to tbe jury about 3) at
o'clock, and alter an abeence ol about an m
hour they relumed a rerdlct for the d?- -Id
fendant. ai
Adjourned until the uiual hour tbli al
morning. 01
MumciriL Cooht?Juilge Oratmtr. 11
Tbia Court met at 10 o'clock yesterday f
morning, and transacted the following
Noil City Brewing Company va. Jame* .
Hamilton, in assumpsit; judgment in fa- .
vor oj plaintiff for $109 00.
Nail City Brewing Company vj. John
Schnell, in oaauinphit; judgment in favor y.
of plaintiff* for $9<> Go.
Adjourned until to*dav nt 10 o'clock t
A" M*
Poi.ick Co cut?Judot Cramer.
The following caeca wero disponed of j|
by Ilia Honor. *
Mr*. Win. Kusscll, of the Eighth Ward, t,
was arrested for disorderly conduct. On p
account of the supposed insanity of the tl
defendant the case wna dismissed. ti
Leonard Zogg was fifed $1 for disor- ri
derly conduct. Execution was suspend- j,
ed on lmvment of costs. n:
Noah Hunter (the tramp juryman) waa j,
sent up for thirty daya for disorderly c!
conduct at Mickey'* store, on Main at reel. aj
Wm. W. Williams and Kohcrt Liver- tc
more were fined $2 andf coats each tor
disorderly conduct.
Personal Points.?Brady Morgan, w
who in piloting between Parkersburgnml tl
St. Mary's, in upending a few days with w
friend* in the citv. ai
Ed. Anrchutz is now in charge of the jr
ofliceof the Courier, Ed. Muhleraan liuv- Si
ing gone to Cincinnati to arrange the Cr
clerical matters of the new Andes, which (]<
will take the place of the Courier in the rf
Cincinnati and Wheeling trade about je
June 4. ai
Charley Funk, Constable for Kitchie fe
district, has accepted a position an street tl
car driver on the Elm Grove line. 01
Mr. John UpdegrafT, an old citizen of Ci
the Seventh Ward, who ha* been in the ct
South for about six year*, returned home p|
on Monday. * cc
$lisa A. Tavlor, President of the Kmc- hc
ulty of the Wheeling Female College, ban ()
been invited to deliver an address before ni
the State Normal School at Fairmont on tl
Sunday, June 24th. ft
Henr/ISchmulbach and Tom Dull' are
attending the Baltimore races. I.i
Mr. James Murray, formerly proprio- Hl
tor of the North Wheeling drug store,
left on the steamer Courier yesterday for tl
St. Louis, to take charge of the Quaran- in
tine m that city. el
Mr.George S. Sydney, agent for Mils
Ro?e Evtinge, is in the city.
Mr. >. N. Hoffman, of tdeMorgantown o'
!>/, favored us with .1 pleasant call la?t ni
evening. II
^ Gov. Matthews has received an invita- a<
tion to attend the celebration of the inde- 11
ncri'pnrrf (if Vnrmnnl <in/l llio nnnir?niip? 11
of the battle of Lexington, Aug. 15 ami tl
llincxt. hi
? m
DrATn of Capt. Henry Wallace.? y
Capt, Henry Wallace, one of our pioneer Bt
iron men, died fet his residence in South lc
Wheeling yesterday morning about 10 j;
o'clock. Capt. Wallace was born in 'f
Pittsburgh, and in 1848 came to thin city w
and associated with others in organizing |,
the Belmont Nail Company, lie work- 0|
cd for several years as a muck roller in Ht
the Eelmont mill, when he left that con- tc
cern and connected himself with the La
Belle mill, with which his name has been j(
associated ever since. At the La Ilelle *1
he worked for several years as a sheet te
roller, and since the incorporation of
the company has been one if its
director*. During his residence in this
city Mr. Wallace served several terms in
the City Council, and once, if we remem- tfc
wr correciiT, was nominaicu ior mayor, t,|
but declined* to run. lie waft a man of Ui
positive charnctor, and asserted his opin- )e
ions fearlessly,but his honesty of purpose ir
was never questioned, and while in Council
he had the reputation of being a pru- w
dent, economical member. In private u,
life, as in public, he was highly esteemed ?
by the entire community. The La Iielle |M
niill will lie closed to-day through re- ti
fpect to Iili memory. 0|
Hymeneal.?Mr. Frank Stauton, of [i
the firm of Stanton & Davenport, book h,
merchants, yesterday committed matri- 0,
monv, taking unto himself as a life part- tl
ner Slisa Lide Day, daughter of Mr. Wm
McK. Day, of the First Ward. The ceremony
wis performed at 10 a. M.f in the a.
Fourth Street M. E. Church, by J)r. A.
C. George, in the presence of a goodly c
number ol the friends of the young cou- ni
pie. There were no attendants. At 11:15 j,
the newly married lolk left ria. the C. & yt
P. road for Washington City, intending \\
10 visit l'uiiaaeipnia, uaiuinoro, *>ew
York and the Niagara Falls before their \
return, about two weeks hence. They jj
have the best wishes cf all their ac? jj
fjuaintances. A
Not Insane.?a woman named Russell,
the wife of Win. Russell, was on the ?j
rampage in the Eighth Ward on Monday
afternoon. She made such a racket thai
some of the neighbors complained, and
she was arrested for disorderly conduct. B
In the morning her case was called bv
Judgc Cranmer, and as the woman developed
indications of insanity the case .
against hor was dismissed, nnd ehe was ?
turned OTer to Sheriff Tingle as a sup- j"
posed lunatic. Dr. Wilson, the county
physician, examined her, at the request p
of the Sheriff, and pronouticed her sane.
She was therefore discharged from cus- tl
tody. 11
Death ok War. Martin.?William c
Martin, a clerk in the Auditor's Department,
died at his home in Huntington,
Cabell county, on Wednesday morning,
of consumption. Mr. Martin had been ?
suffering from poor health for some time,
and about a week ago left his desk in the "
Auditor's office and returned home, with
the hope that he might regain his health.
Deceased was well known to the public,
having served two terms as Assistant "
Clerk of the Senate, and again at various
times as committee clerk. The Auditor's
office was closed yesterday, through re- w
Serious Accident.?John S. Kirk, a bl
fireman on the Pennsylvania railroad, Kc
met with a serious accident at Pittsburgh en
on Monday afternoon: He was coming ?'
out of the round house at 26th street,
just as a train was passing on the Alle- ^
gheny railroad: not noticing the engine "J
he was knocked down and run over, the E,
wheels cutting off one of his legs just be- "i
low the knee. Kirk is a son-in-law of "F
Mr. liobert McAdams, of this city, and P1
was formerly a baggago master on the Jv
old Hempfield road.
? ? ? Pi
A youro gentleman yesterday re- **
marked, wonderingly, how a young ladv m
could make herself ridiculous by yielding
to the vagaries of fashion. Then
the wind caught him bjr the new style of <"
shirt collar, on which hie hat rested, and P1
he was obliged to entwine both arras "
around a telegraph pole to prevent being ?i
wafted over a neighboring roof. w
Six hundred and sixty persons have
signed the Murphy pledge in Moundsvflle.
The second saloon keeper and cr
family signed the pledge on Monday eve- w
ning. An out-door Murphy meeting will pi
be held at Sharn'a Qrove to-morrow evo- I*
ning, which will bo addressed by Wheel- w
ing speakers.
Thz managers of the Children's Home G
meet at the Home to-day to arrange for a to
strawberry feetival for the benefit of the [?
orphani. [ [ jjj
Bxnsn SnJtcixa?The Judges appointed
for the forth-coming rw? between
Barrett and Clator met lut ereaing and at
elected Mr. TownMnd Adapu ai referee. 71
Divobc* avd Aijmoky.?8. AmbroM
oiling cam* here fromConnecticut some c
m? si dm and opened a small jewelry C
lop on Market street, near the bridge, j
uring lut winter he became acquainted r
ith Mill IiU Kain, the daughter of Mrs. \
homaa Steel, who resides on Huron i
reet, Island. Collins met Mis*Kain a fc
amber of times at the temperance meet* )
gs which were in full blast at the tine, 1
id was very attentive to her. Finally. J
iter a brief courtship, they were married s
a the 20th daj of April.
The honeymoon wu even shorter than le
courtship. Before the expiration of c
month Mra. Collins entered suit against
er husband for divorce and alimony,
id he made preparations to jump the
>wn, and dodge the Usue. He had his
ockof goods packed up and trnnnhortcil
? the depot, when the Sheriff levied on
te goods and took him into custody.
According to the affidavit of Mrs. Coins,
before she had been a wife twentymo
hours her husband grossly insulted
er by questioning her virtue, and did so
tpcatedly during tho time they lived
jgether. when they were boarding with
er mother. Further, that he used such
isulting language toward her that she
ent to her mother on Thursday last and
>ld her nil about it, when Mrs. Steel
romptly ejected her son-in-law from
ic house. Proceedings were Iheninstifnr
ilivnrri* fliul nlininnr nn nl
. nilv Minted. Mrs.I'ollinademanded of i
er recreant lord $23 down and $20 per
lonth during; the trial, and hi* good*
aving been levied on were left in the
ifltooj of the Sheriff, while he km
lloteed to depart. Mr*. Collin* if* paid
i be a very estimable young lady.
Yesterday's Ball Gams.?Notwithanding
the threatening weather, there
an quite a largo'crowd of apectatora on
to ball grounds yesterday afternoon, to
itnw* the game between the Standards
ad the Live Oak*, of Lyhn{ Mm*. The
npreaaion generally prevailed that the
landardit would get away with their
impetitora, but thoie who weroaoconfient
of the success of the home club
lould have learned ere this, by ex per*
nee, that the Standard boy* are not
[ways to be relied anon. Thoac who pro's*
to know all about it claim that
le Standard nine ran knock the staffing
>it of the Lire Oaks, but a* the Mulling
ime front the other direction we are
ingrained to charitably accept the exlanatiou
that "the boy* were not in good
indition." Up to the third inning the
:ore atood 0 to 0 in favor of the Live
akt>, and after that the home club made
ine runs and tho Live Oaka three, no that
le latter won by a acore ofl2 to 9. The
illowing ia tho acore by innings:
1 2 3 4 5 G 7 9 'J total
ri> ()jk* 0 1 K 0 <1 n fl ? <i l ? .
andiirrij .. 0 00110052? J t
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday g
le Standards will play the Red Stock- \
igs, of Memphis, Tenn., said to be the
minpion Southern nine. f
A Teamster Badly Hurt.?About 9
clock yesterday morning Walker Venum,
a teamster in the employ of 11. & J.
ubbard, lumber dealers, met with an
:cident which will probably prove fatal.
e wan engaged in hauling shingles to
le board-yard belonging to the lirm, at
ic corner of Main and 20th streets, and
aving loaded hi* wagon heavily and
lounted to the top, was turning into the
lain street entrance, when a wheel,
riking the curb, jarred a portion of the
ad from the wagon and threw the
river forward under the wheels,
he horses started to run, when the j
heels passed over Vennum, breakiug
is legs and his collar bone and indicting
therinjurien of a serious nature. It is
ipposed that he also received some in
irnal injuries, and his recovery i* contiered
doubtful. Dre. Bajruleyand Wunerlich
uttended him nt llobbs' machine
lops, where he was firm carried, nnd afirwards
at his house on EolT street.
Dust.?The cfi'ect of the wind yester17
on the people who were abroad in the
reels was disastrous. To walk across
le street in any part of the cifv was to
irrovr .in the earth, for the earth rose
[i on the wings of the wind in a viont
nnd indecent protest against pedesianism,
and the rash! nnd inconsiderate
idividual who dared to face the elements
as promptly and hcremetically sealed
p as to all the orifices of hia head,
here was not even the usual comfort to
i taken in crying out at such n condion
of affairs, for the mouth that was
[jened for denunciation was immediately
lied with dirt. Men'a eys shone with
je glare of insanity ns they retired boind
friendly corners nnd strove to cast
it the limestone Inttms that obscured
icir vision.
IIotelArrivals.--The following arc
luong the late arrivals at.the hotels:
St. Jama?The Live Oaks Base Ball
lub.of Lvnn, Mass.; D.L. Morrow, Fairlonl;
D. li. Lawrence, Zaneaville, ().; SV. n
l<r;,U> \r w- t i
ane.sville; W. H. Brown, J. Hanna, Geo.
!. White, Columbus.
McLurc?R. S. Harper, Newburjr, W.
a.; K. J. Dunnington, Grafton; K. N.
loflmnn, editor Morgnntown Posl; J. A.
tunter, Martinsbun;; J. S. Halteman,
kron, ().; B. L. Madison, Cleveland.^
Stamm?W. II. Wishart, Mannington;
eo. R. Jenkins, Mt. Pleasant; W. B.
licks, Cameron; A. J. Rayner, Moundsille;
J. G. Howell, Flushing; C. C.
belt/., Moundsville; Samuel Wright,
aylorstown, Pa; Geo. W. Carpenter,
eallsville, ().
Judges of Election.?Mayor Sweeney
is appointed the following gentlemen
dgea of election, for the election to be
ilu to-morrow for Mnnicinal Jutlgo :
First Hard?Win. A. Wilson, James
Second Hr?rcf?Daniel Schambra, Jacob
Thinl James M. Ewing, John
Fourth IKmii?Cai'per Hell, James Mcdams.
Fifth HW-Tho<. R. Moffat, Wm.
tyle*. Sixth
IKuni -James M. Todd, John Q
Seventh Ward?Win. I). English, Capt.
)hn McLure.
Eighth TVani-S. L. Brice, Stephen
IvOnE iiVTlKOE.?\ll 31183 U080 fcVlinge,
ho plays here in "Miss Multon" next
eelc, the New York Herald says : c
In society pieces Miss Eytinge never
id a superior. Iler talent amounts to
inius, all her personations being at once
irnest, life-like, and in the highest de ce
artistic. She at all times commands r
esituation,and has all the vitality necsarytothe
proper development of any
ea the author maj suggest. Rose ?
jtinge is not a copyist. She draws on (
iture?a bank that never fails to re*
>ond to those who have the courage to
refer truth to conventionality. Miss
ytinge never exaggerates, never colors
ir portraits too uceply. People who n
refer mind to paint will always find in I
ose Eytinge an artist worthy of their
ost generous applause. i
Wn/.cl Co. Land Case.?R. W. Cox r
is sued Edward Spring and others,
irtners as tho Concord Association, to e
cover $25,000, the contract price for
500 acres of land in Wetzel county, g
hich plaintiff sold defendants ana ?
hich the latter wants to back out of.
It ia [a myxtery how East Wheeling r
lildren cucape being killed, from the
ay they jump on the street cars and
using wagons, rarents should be com- t
died to keep their children out of the
ay of vehicles on the streets.
The Committee on Buildings and
rounds of the Board of Education meet r
anight to consider the propositions of
le insurance men to insure the school
lildingt. The insnrance upon the build- 1
gi explmJune lit. ?
? m t
The Council Committee on Finance c
id Accounts met at the City Building s
uterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Ia Mncoaux.?1The officers and clerk*
( the various departments of the State
Jovernment met in the Auditor's office
esterday for the parpoie of adopting
notations respecting the death o! Mr.
Vm. Martin, late head clerk in the Andtor's
office. Hon.H. Brady, Secretary of
itate, was called to the chair, and Mr.
iVm. A. Cricraft appointed Secretary,
rhf meeting was then addressed by Col.
f. B. Peyton, of the Treasurer's office, who
Mr. Chairman and Brother Clerks :
-The sable drapery of mourning hangs
m the door of one of the offices of the
Executive Department of this State for
he first time since we have been associat*
d together as brother clerks in the sev*
iral departments of the State Govern*
nent?Home of us.since the year 1871.
Death has stricken for the first time a
lame irom our roil, ine rroviuence 01
Jod ia over us, and we bow to the dinpenationthat
has broken the bonds of our
irotherhood. Win. Martin, our friend
ind associate, died yesterday at his home
n Huntington.
His end waa rapid, yet tho event did
tot shock u?, lor we too well knew that (
hat insidiotm disease which glvea pre-'
uonition of rapidly approaching dissoution
had marked him an a victim for
ho "insatiate archer." Plain and simplo
n his manners and in his tastes, he wan
i true friend, and pure, high-toned gentlenan.
His aim in discharging the duties
levolving upon him was to know what
lis duties were and to discharge them
aithfully. Ko determined was he to do
lis duty that he remained at bin post
intil nearly consumed by disease, notwithstanding
the urgent entreaties of
riends that he ought to take a rest in
irder to build up his feeble health; but
le ha? gone from us. Let us forget
lis faults, if he had any, and cheriah his
At the conclusion of Col. Peyton's reuarks,
E. L. Bill, Esq., offered the folowing
preamble and resolutions, which
vcre unanimously adopted:
>> iir.nr.Ar, ii mx ueen.inacie Known 10
is that by the will of Almighty Clod, our
riend and associate, Mr. William Martin,
tan been removed from our midst; and
whekka8. We, who have been closely
issociated with him in business, desire in
ome proper way to express our respect;
herefore, be it
Ilaolrtd, That in the death of Wm.
Martin we recogniaj the hand of the
Creator, and bow in submission to his
vill; but while wo submit with reverince
we yet mourn the loss of a true
riend, and do hereby express our regret
or him as a gentleman who was worthy
if our esteem; and we do deeply symjuhize
with his relatives, especially with
lis wife and little children, ami do pray
hat the hand of God, who has brought
ipon them this great trial, may be outtretched
to guide and protect them in
ife's pilgrimage.
Ilaolrcd further, That a copy of the
oregoing be sent to his widow.
S. Brady, President.
W. A. CrACJUTT, Secretary.
Tub Mirnnerchor and Loreli singing
ocieties reached the city yesterday nt a
[iiarter past 12 on their return from the
xcursion to Wheeling. They did not
each latter city on Sunday until 1 r. m.,
iwing to a fog. but after they got there
uade up for lost time. The Beethoven
inging society first welcomed them, and
hev then repaired to Hermann's brewery
md spent the rest of the afternoon in
ampling his matchless bock beer. Prof.
Poe Kramer, Wheeling's master of wind
md string instruments, took his orcliesra
to the same place for the delectation
if the visitors.?PUUburgh Com. Gazelle.
A Festival is to be given by Wheelng
National Christian Temperance
Jnion No. 1, at Mozart Hall, opposite the
hlcLure House, on Thursday evening,
uny - !. ncKeia lor auuiu, -o cenip;
hildren, 15 cent?; for sale at the differnt
drug stores and by the members,
itippcr from G o'clock to 11. Turn out
.ml help the catiBC along. Supper, 25
enta. Those intending to make donaions
will have ihem at the hall by Thurflay
The mill hands and others should club
ogether and start a river bath-house to
vhicli they could resort at any hour in
he day and refresh themselves.
The conductors on the Elm Grore
trcet railway have received instructions
o promptly eject from their oars all disjrderly
We, suppose the faint sneck of war in I
Vane* will eerve bh a sullicient apology |
or tacking another dollar per barrel on
n tll<? lirioo nf (liMvnr
The Linen Suit Department of I.
Slum & Bro.?One can hardly form an
den of the extent of the sty lea displayed
iv this firm without going there personilly.
We can gay this much, that never
lefore was there such styles, quality and
workmanship displayed'in any ono manifacturing
enterprise. That Messrs. I.
ilum & Bro. have brought this to perection
is beyond dispute. This is not
ill, the greatest wonder is the low prices
sked for those stylish garments which
ire made so well as to seem that they
fould last a life time. Their immense
oom, 90 feet long and 25 feet wide, is
tacked with goods from one end ?o the
ither. We say this: Ladiei, no matter
rhat priced garment you want, or what
tyle you like, you cannot fail to be
leased by calling at the headquarters,
101 Main street. Remember if you buy
if 1. Blum & IJro. you buv direct of the
argest manufacturers in theUnitedStates,
ind you don't need to pay several adances.
The firm pays special attention
o orders, and merchants will do well to
ook over their stock before'buying.
().<CR Ikf lIlA nr?ll!o?t anilion?n
re ever looked into in that of the Pre*l?y.
erian Church, Martin'* Ferry. Through
ho liberality and industry of friends of
he Church, means were provided to relabilitate
the Church, and we congratuate
the good people on their good tnate
md great aucceas. The freacoing by Mr.
sans Prager, of Wheeling, Is a piece of
onsutnmate workmanship, and,conjoined
rith his liberality elicits the heartiest
ommecdation on all hands, lie is a
aaster of his art, and the evidence is
ound in the Church.?.Nieirj.
The greatest show on earth, in the
lothing line, can be seen at
Frank Bros', ^
No. 40,12th street.
Concert and Ball next Thursday eveling
at Neuhausen's Summer Garden.
Call and see how much cheaper we
rill ?ell you Clothing and Furniidiing
foods than any other house in Wheeling.
II. Frank & Bro.,
No. 40,12th street.
Latest arrival! Two hundred new
tyles of Embroidered Linen and French
'ercale Suits.
One thousand new patterns of Wall
^per; also Silks, Cashmere*, Grenadines,
nil Fancy Dress Goods, as low as 10 eta.
ler yard.
Twenty-five pieces of the best and choan.
jit Carpet* in the city.
Two thousand pound* of Superior
lou them Carpet Chain; call noon if you
fish to nave money, at
^ _ john iiozmer'*.
I)rv floods. Carrot nnl U'nll
Who sella on merit only, and at prices
hat defyiJcompetition 7
II. Frank & Bro.,
No. 40,12th street.
Concert and Ball, next Thursday eveling
at Neuhausen's Summer Garden.
We would call attention to the new
ine of Suitings just received, which for
tyle.elegance and beauty of fit cwinot be
quailed elsewhere; an examination will
onrince you that the above can be subtantiated
by Frank & Bbo.,
Ho. 46,12th street.
ernuobdihaby mininra m piahos
ahd Oeoaws.?Our readers will hardly
credit It when we tell them how low a
first-class Piano or Organ can be bought
at Adama A Lucas', 1227 Market atreet.
For initioce:
A fine carted Knabe Piano, seven octaves,
aagood aa new, for $376; first coat
$760. .
An elegant roaewood Piano, carted
legs, seven octaves, (can not be told from
a new one) for $205: first coat $600.
Other good aecond-hand Pianou at from
$40 to $160.
Splendid new Pianoe of the beat make*,
including Stelnway, Knabe. Uatelton and
others. at from $400 to $1,000.
In the line of Organa Meaara. Adainn
Lucas sell the Mason & Hamlin, Hmltb,
American, and several other makea, at
the lowest poaaible prices?from $85 to
$300. Some very good aecond-hand OrEana
aa low aa $40 to $00. Altogether, a
etter variety can not be found in any
music store.
Terms of payment will be made to suit
all responsible parties, while for cash a
very liberal discount will be made.
Lateht style* of shoes junl received at
L. V. Blond's.
Break down in prices of Dry Oooda
and Carpets. Now is your time. Call
and price. (Jot to sell.
J. W. Ferrel.
Concert ami Ball, next Thursday evening
at Neuhauaen'a Summer Garden.
I)o yod wish to got the worth of your
money 7 then when in want of Clothing
go to' H. Frank & Bro.'k,
No. 40,12th street.
The finest shoes kept in the citv at
L. V. Blond *.
See the old and reliable Paper Hanger
if you want work done; 20 years' experience
iu the principal cities of (he hast
and West. I*ave orders at 04 Eleventh
street or P. 0. Box 25. W. I/wndbs.
All Wool Pataloons made to order,
and fit guaranteed for $5 00, at the Square
Dealing Clothiers,
H. Frank & Bro.,
No. 40,12th street.
Concert and Ball next Thursday evening
at Neuhauaen'a Summer Garden.
Call at K. Baumer's elegant Ice Cream
Parlors, 1146 Main street.
Gents' fine shoes of the latent styles
just received at L. V. Blond's.
Good Block Kid Gloves for 35 cts., at
J. W. Ferrel'p.
Mrs. 1'aumer's Ice Cream Parlors are
well ventilated and comfortable.
Ik you want to get suited in n pair of
shoes go to L. V. Blond's.
Break down in Prices.?Dress Goods
.3 cents, Black Kid Gloves 35 cent* and
Carpets as cheap aa 15 cents. They have
to be sold to raise money now.
j. w. Ferrkl.
jubt received, a lot of Children'* Shoe*
of the latest styles, at L. V. Blond's.
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets! It is a
well settled fact that the cheapest Carpets
and Dry Goods in the city are found
at " J. W. Feriiel'h,
Corner Main and 20th St.
The cheapest shoes in the city at
L. V. Blond's.
For Sale.?-One fine Buggy Horse,
Buggy anil Harness. Will be sold at a
bargain, by Adams & Lucas,
1227 Market street.
Help for the weak, nervous, nnd debilitated.
Chronic and painful diseases
cured without medicine. Electric Belts
and other appliances, all about thera, and
how to distinguish the genuine frotn the
spurious. Book, with full particulars,
mailed free. Address Ptn.vvnMArnpn
Galvanic Co., 202 Vine Street, Cincinnati,
"Prices to suit the times," together
with every comfort the most fastidious
could ask or desire, and the most delicate
attention to every want has made
the Colonnade the hotel of Philadelphia.
False Impression.?It ia generally
Buppoaed by a certain class of citizens,
who are not practical or experienced,
that Dyspepsia can not invaribly be cured,
but we are pleased to say that Green'h
Acocst Flower has never, to our knowledge,
failed to cure Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint in all its forms,such as Sour
Stomachs, Costiveness, Sick Headache,
palpitation ot the Heart, low spirit*. &c.,
i&c. Out of 30^000 dozen bottles solu last
vear, not a single failure was reported,
j but thousands of complimentary letters
received from Druggists of wonderful
cures. Three doses will relieve any case.
Try it. Sample bottle 10 cents. Begular
Size 75 cent*. For sale by Logan, List &
| Co., and Laughlin Bros. & Co.
eod aw.
River Sews.
| The river marks last evening indicated
5 feet 1 inch, and stationary.
The Emma Graham passed up in the
| morning.
The Express left for Parkersburg at
110} A. M., and the Ragon for Pittsburgh
at 0 p. M.
The Courier left for Cincinnati at 4 r.
m., with all the freight she could carry
on this water.
The Science will be the regular Parkersburg
packet this morning.
The Salt Valley passed down in the
morning, en route for Jronton.
The Bengal Tiger passed up at 10 A. m.
with a tow of empty barges.
The new steamers Kone Bud and Big
Horn are announced to leave Pittsburgh
to-day or to-morrow.
The ofliccrs and crew of the Express
I will have charge of theMallii Ragon.
The Khoads will drop her burge LuI
zerne at l'omeroy or Ironton.
The MuskinRham river is getting low
j as well as the Ohio.
1 The Joseph B. Williams is en route
iromrsew Orleans with a tow of empty
barges. It is not likely that she will
Icomeabove Louisville unless there is a
show of a rise.
l.By Trlrgrapb.1
Pittsburgh, May 22.?River 2 feet 9
inches and falling. Weather cloudy.
Little Rock, May 22.?River came to
a stand aL this point last night; fell 3
inches to-day; 20 feet. Warmest day of
the season. Departed?Belle of Texas
EVAKBVILLX. Mar 22.?Iti * 10 fOI>,
and falling. WeatherchieQy clear; wind
from northwest; bunineM dull.
New ouean*. May 22.?No arrival* or
departure*. Weather clear: mercury
Cairo, May 22.?River 32 feet 5 inchea
and falling. Arrived?J. II. liigley. Departed?J.
II. Bigley. Weather clear and
Memyhis, May 22.?River 27 feet 2
inches. Arrived?Hard Cash and Com.
Miliar. Deparled*-Namele??, Phil. Allen,
Maud, City of Vickaburg, Eee and
bargea, and Future City. Weatherclear.
St. Loms, May 22.?Arrived-Oolden
Eagle, Keolculc; Vickaburg and Hickory
and barge*, Tennewee river. DepartedGolden
Eagle, Keokuk; Capital City
Vickaburg; Belle ol St.Louia.Cambridra
River falling .lowly. Weather ihowery
this morning.
Ixratavnit May 22,-DepartedShinkle
and Donnally,Cincinnati. River
falling; 7 feet 4 inchea in canal.
VIOEimnBn oo U'?.i..
i -~-j ?i Mcaiucr cieir
and warm. Hirer Btationiry. Up?
Helent. Down-AuguiU and Mo
Arrived?St. Genevieve.
ascraiiin Mm 22,-Rlvet 12 feet 3
Inchei ?d tilling. Wwlhtr chiefly
clew *nd cooler. Arrlred?Exchiwgi
nr Uii II in i>_ m i. n a i tan n...
ui nneoimg, n. va. *83eia uvor uuaner minion uoilars.
II mni nn
J. N. VANCE, Preildent T. p. PHILLIPS, Seoretary,
M. REILLV, Vlci Preildent I. H. WILLIAMS, AisUtant StoY
D. W. BURROWS, General Ageil.
r 1.1:- a
n aimim insurance uo s agency,
The largeit Independent Iniurinoe Office In tha State, repreaentlag over
Tbli Agency, being Independent or all Board combinations, Insures all olaitei of
dealrable property?both Fire and Marine?at reasonable rates. Its Indemnity
unsurpassed, adjustments liberal, and promptness In payment of hues recom
mends It to th? patronage of tho public. The Agency cimprleea the following
North ISrtlUh and Mercantile Inn. Co. ol London and Kdlnbnrgi,
Fire Aiwocintion ol Philadelphia.
Union Insurance Company ol Philadelphia.
Western Awinranm Comnanv ol Toronto.
lliiflalo IiiMnrance Company, ot ISnflulo N, Y.
Mobile I'mlerwriter*' Association, ol Mobile, Ala.
Itritisli American Assurance Company, ol Toronto.
Kojnl Canadian Insurance Company, ol Montreal.
fe'24 T. P. PHILLIPS, Agent.
Silver Lake Flour.
Jackson's Petersburg Tobacco Manufactory,
Buchannan & Lyalls' New York Tobacco Manufactory,
Three oftlio largest and most colebrated manufactories in the United
States. Wo carry a large lino of Tobaccos, and can give buy?'s advantages
not obtainable elsewhere.
And you will be convinced (for like quality) our prices are far below
ruling rates.
Nos. 1412 & 1414 Main Street.
i nail l iiiui UI Mil IIIII U| VJLUI "
' ' , |^8TABLISIIED IN 1837.
? j ?
Having secured the services of ^ j.hkuon vakc*. | w. k-dcquks. | i " winch** ,
MR. x.. I.tjtes VANCE, HUGHES & CO.,
finCCB880R8 TO
A* Foreman and Manager, we are now pre- j VANCE & ADAMS ?nd C. D. KNOX & COpared
to do all kinds of .1
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
PaintGraining, Boots and Shoes.
Encaustic, and [ No. I30l Main St., Wheeling, w.va.
Stippie Work. 11**? .
We will furnish estimates and take con.
PeabodyInsurance Co.
tract, for Fainting Publlo and Private wurr, ,ur wvA
Buildings, Builders nncl Contractors are WHEELINU, W, Vfl
invited to call on na.
We are also prepared to do what this city I'll ill uD Canltal - . .SIMM'#41,
nas long lell the need of, viz,
Genuine Kalsomining,
By means of which all cracks in walls and DIBECTOIW:
ceilings are entirely obliterated. jum!'-'
fLPHUdiSta* .
13 CONSISTENT WITH GOOD WORK. ? & Inrtn. ALoSZ() LOlUN<., ] ^'
J. V. L. ROrCiERg, 6cc'y. i"'1
1105 MAIN 4 60UTI1 STs-.
1142 Main Nlrccl, I
Hoigcnoot's IlLoct. k?i? ih? Umu ,Mt 0[ ieo>' ?m
UCBCUBT^ CORXWBS * MBOBS IfflSff' A"?'* V""l,ht!'
139 Lu,BRTY s ?n, rmmm,,, Pa<
1107 . 9^,ta?ennJ Wagon Manufacturer* will tint! l!
___ to Interest t?glre Win a call.
T^Ffrn w nrxu.*,.. Alirten h.nrJ L1VD PLASTEB Cf a ?ui"Jof
' "" "
quiuuy. ' wy?
F A U ?TiI0UaiL* Dluut* W
fANCY CROCFDierc kkankj.i .n
on 1314 ""w ,'ireet. founiiii-x,
?? nrwtiinfift. VI. i in* airrr?,
Th? trr? on Which tbU r?r?r l? ?rtc>- *
BlI combined. "TIME COFFEE?
Mia MAMCT ft.^mow^Fonomoi CWmold Ytiio* bio, CUM ?HSPn,"< ?'
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