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PHKW A CAMPBELL,
roHLunxxa a?u paorjurtow.
Fill DAY. Jl'NE 1. 1*77.
Hechbtaky Khehman sella 11,000,00c
in gold to-day, in furtherance of bin policy
of (telling bonds for gold and gold foi
greenback!. There la much criticiim ot
his course at New York, and the Pm
pointedly demand* a general explnnatior
of what he proposes to do.
Pkehidikt Hayes, saya a writer in lh<
Cincinnati Commercial, ever since he begar
mingling at all with men. has been siltec:
with the knack of getting into good
genial company, forming strong attach'
uiontM, being a general favorite, and taking
the most nuonjr and philosophic view
of whatever happen* to turn up. He enjoy/!
moat thoroughly congenial lociety,
and will go out of hi* way to make
things and people about him a* pleasant
as pooiiblo.
Heavy Iahhim kkom "Hco Choueba."
?Mr. Dodge, Htatintician of the Depart
raeni oi Agriculture, reports as tne ro
cult of au investigation of the lonsex,
from diseases, of swine during the pant 111
month*, the destruction of four million
auimalrt of all ages, and a money low oi
more than twenty million dollars. Onefifth
of the reported loss occurs in the
Htate of Illinois. Next in prominence arc
Missouri, Iowa and Indiana, which together
lose $10,000,000. Florida, Alabama,
Mississippi and Louisiana have
nearly as large a per centage of loss in
number*, aggregating in value $1,500,000
Reported losses are very small in New
England, the country bordering on the
great lakes and Pacific coast. Of the remaining
districts West Virginia comet
nearest exemption, and Ohio and the Atlantic
coast States stand better than the
alluvial districts. The apparent loss ii
equivalent to one-third of the stun ol
exports of pork products last year. It in
somewhat greater thau usual, eliciting
demands from correspondents for a com*
petent scientific investigation by the Government.
The Great Speculation in bread
Htuift, says the Philadelphia Ledger, which
recently caused such rapid advances in
prices overreached itself. There has
lately been a steady decline, and, under
the influence of favorable crop report*
now coming to hand from the graingrowing
districts, the decline promises to
continue. There in no reason why Americana
should permit the war between
Turkey and Russia to inllict on consumers
hereabouts two or three dollar* more
for a barrel of Hour, and nearly a dollar
more for a bushel of wheat; and the speculators
*ho caused these unwarranted advances
are now paying the penalty in
losses caused by the dccline. Prices ad
vanced at a much greater ratio in the Atlantic
ports than was warranted by the
European market, and there was not the
correspond! ng advances at San Francisco.
Hence,the Californians, finding they could
undersell the Atlantic market for European
export, began to uvail themselves
of the opportunity, and the Sun
Francisco wheat market, which had
been almost dormant, sprang into sudden
activity week before last, with large en
K.??i-mivui? tor miipiut*nih 10 r<uropc. 11
is quite |iofli*ible that the discovery of
this may have accelerated the decline in
wheat and Hour here, but whatever may
have been the cause, it is none the leva
true that there is a steady downward tendency
now in breadstuff* priccs everywhere.
Not very Jong ago there was
aim oil a phrenzy to ship breadstuff* to
Europe, all the vessels being engaged
that could bo got hold of, to carry cargoes
that were sent out on ventures, hoping
that future necessities would enable
them to be sold at large profits. It is
probable that some of the shippers ol
these cargoes wish now that they had not
dono it. The grain growers will not suffer
by the decline, for they got nono ol
the advance. It is gratifying to find thai
the prospect now is that our own people
are not to pay so much for wheat nnd
Hour, and that if any future advance shall
come about, the farmers will share the
benefit of increased priccs.
The illoumlNTllIc Library uuil
Literary AHMOcintlou.
Mounusville, May ."1st, 1S77.
r.<mon iniewgencer:
Being invited by a friend to attend the
ineetiag of the Moundsville Library and
Literary Association, on last Friday evening,
I did no, and beg leave to state
through tho friendly columns of your
paper what 1 flaw and heard
there. When I arrived at the llall O. L.
ilolliday had the lloor Bpeaking to the
affirmative of the following resolution:
"Rtsolxed, That Turkey is justifiable in
her attitude to tho European rowers," or
something to that effect.
Judging from the closing part of his
speech he delivered a very able argument,
though I apprehend from his manner he
ww performing a duty, rather than
speaking from choice, lie wan followed
by Mr. C'riswell, who by tho way was the
mover of the resolution, and who to all
appearance in sentimentally in favor of
the affirmative. W. II. II. Showacre followed
him, speaking very earnestly in
favor of the negative, lie reviewed the
past history ol Russia and Turkey in a
manner that showed that he had beer
posting himself for the occasion. Capt.
>y. ij. uriuges upoKo 10 tiio at formative
He made some good points, but did no!
speak with that vim that should charac
terize one speaking for what he honestlj
felt to be right. F. II. G'rago spoke on
the negative, and as no one espoused thi
affirmative just then J. W. cCarrihei
earnestly advocated the negative. Hi
was followed by Dr. 0. W. Dodd, aftoi
which, so many wishing to speak, andai
it was growing lato, on motion tho ques
tion was laid over until next meeting
when it will again Ihs discussed. 1 fount
the association in good condition. Geo
Edwards, E<q., ij the presiding officer a!
preient, and the members comprise th<
principal men of the town. I spent ?
very pleasant evening, indeed. Running
across the centre of the hall
is a large table, on which ii
found nearly all the principal dalies of
our owu and adjoiuing States. One end
of the hall is furnished with shelving
capable of holding moral thousand volumes,
and already it contains several
hundred volumes. Mj impression is that
the association will noon bo a great powei
for good in Moundnville. It is strange
that more of the people of our town uo
not talco an interest in this Association,
and it is passing strange that so few oi
our people even havo a knowledge of iu
existence. I havo heard some wondet
why our papers do not say more about it
than they do. Wo would kindly suggest
to the editors that were they to take the
p*ins to attend the meetings they could
find items for n good local each week,
For our own nart we will go again, and
we are sure that would others gp onc?
they would feel like repeating the visic.
"Viotob,"
WiBSOSiS AND THlNtiS.
"I wanted to gat my wife some stylish 1
clotliea," is the excuse of a West Virginia
poatmaster for opening registered letters.
"I wish I were dead," la a common exclamation
with the dyspeptic, and yet no
man can get orer a fence or crawl under
a barn faster when there's danger ahead.
Rufus Choate once said that when he
had been on the Rhine two days he knew
) the whole rirer perfectly?couldn't hare
, known it better if he had been drowned
. in it.
[ Mr. Hotchkiss, an American, the inI
rcntor of the new revolving cannon, baa ,
, been notified by the French Government
that it haa been determined to adopt his j
invention an an arm of the national aer- |
, vice. i
, Gen. Sheridan'* twins are making some i
I noise in the world. The General aaya .
he doesn't loose as much sleep over the
' crisis abroad as he does over the cry-Biacs
at home.
Senator Don Cameron has sent a don*
key to the son of W. W. Hmith, of Washington,
Fa., whose guest the Senator was
a few weeks ngo, when in the Weatern
part of the State "getting acquainted with
the business men.
A New York State man grated some
( horseradish for his wife, and then aneeted,
broke a blood-vessel and died. Husbands
will by and by learn to ait on the veranda
and let domestic drudgery alone.
A spinster lady of fifty remarked the
other tiny that hIiu could go alone at nix
month*. "Yen," said her hateful young
half-brother,''and you've been going it
'alone'ever since, and never euchred anybody."
The sensational story that General
Butler intend* to nettle in Colorado in
said to be founded wholly upon the fact
that on a trustee for English capitalists
he has purchased 73,000 acres of land
from Colonel Craig, in Southern Colorado.
A mince piosent to a Sing Sing convict
was found to contain an ingenious rope*
ladder. Unless you oversee the preparing
of the mince meat yourself, you can't
always Jell how a mince pie will pan out;
and a rope-ladder in not ho apt to xpoil a
inn's appetite as the half of a mouse
garnished with a tail and cut bias.
Kirda killed on the Western prairies,
packed closely with paper in barrels, and
without any freezing or other artificial
process of preservation, now go regularly
to Leadenhall, and are sold and eaten
in the dining rooms of London and the
West side by side with the much more
expensive partridges and fowls which are
reiireu ill r.ugianu.
Pcrhapj It is not generally known
, what a lively place Pensacola, Fla., has
, become. A large number of vessels now
seek its harbor for lumber and timber.
, Not long ago there were 150 ships in the
harbor at one time, of nearly all nationalities.
Weekly payments for labor in
. loading vessels have, in flush times,
reached SCO,000, and Pensacola, whose
harbor is excellent, is now a thriving
, littlo city.
A meek-eyed married man offered as a
i test at a spiritual seance that the medium
name the articles in his wife's upper
bureau drawer. The medium said the
spirit would repeat the contents of Webster's
Dictionary, or any other light task,
but that life was too short to attempt the
task proposed, and the rash proposer ,
was hustled out of the hall.
The Hinall three-cent pieces, coined in
1853, which disappeared with the other
silver coins when the fractional paper
currency was issued, are now coming back
into circulation in such quantities as to :
greatly annoy po'stmasters, who have been
informed by the Postoffice Department
uiiu inese coin* are reueemaoie wnen presented
in eum? of $20, or any multiple of
i that sum.
Yankee ingenuity has proved too much
for the grasshoppers at last. In Minneneeota
the anxious husbandman covers a
square piece of sheet iron vrith coal tar.
This id drawn across the field. The hoppers
jump on for the purpose of taking a
ride, and, sticking fact in the tar, when
the ride is over they find it impossible to
descend. In this way about a bushel of
; them is secured per trip. Five car loads
of tar and five tons of sheet iron have
been ordered from Chicago.
1 Workmen in silver-plating establishments
arc not allowed to keep their old
' clothes when they ure worn out. An old
tattered vest is valued at $29. Silver !
j volatilizes when heated immensely, and
much pauses oil in vapor and condense*
again in a pure state. In Government 1
assay offices the smelting of the crude
, metal throws off silver vapors, which rise
and solidify in the soot of the chimney.
A silver-plating concern in New Haven
, Conn., in removing to Meriden, took up
the tloor of the plating room, burned it, 1
and analyzed the ashes, obtaining $981,
in pure silver.
Governor Hampton's son Preston was
the younger of two brothers. IIo wm
not twenty years of age when he fell during
a severe engagement that occurred in
October, 1864, about 25 miles northwest
of Petersburg, Va., where his father's
command was covering the right wing of
General Robert E. Lee's army. At the
time both of Governor Hampton's sons 1
were acting as his aids, and when young ,
Preston fell the father galloped recklessly
to the spot, followed by his Adjutant
General, Major Barker and Wade Hamp- 1
ton, jr. Both of the last named were severely
wounded while Governor Hamp- <
ton was lifting tho dead body of his boy
, from tho ground. Jndge Watford, of ,
i Kansas City, says lie witnessed the scene, ]
. and saw Governor Hampton carrying tho j
, dead body of his son on the horse before .
t him. j
A liaui) blow wan dealt at the eany :
divorce system in the Dearborn county
(Ind.) court last weelc, One Hood patronized
a system which had grown very
popular out West, by engaging a Chicago
firm to procure him a decree of divorce
from a Beaver county (Utah) court without
his going any nearer to the territory
than Chicago, and then married again.
[ Ilis first wife brought suit against him
, on tho charge of fornication in living
i with the second woman, and the jury
i found him guilty, the penalty being six
J months in the county jail. The judge
j ruled very properly that the Utah court
, had no proper jurisdiction in such a case,
and therefore could not grant a legal
I divorce, and the Supreme Court will
; probably sustain hia rulings, in which
; case a small army of people similarly
; circumstanced with the Hoods will find
! themselves in a very awkward position. |
' Tub Alia California reports deliveries
: of quicksilver at San Francisco quite free
during the present month, reaching a
total of 4,201 flasks up to and including
the 17th. The exports by sea, during the
"tme time, have been 2,570 flasks. There
[ has also been a good demand for New
, York by rail, in addition to considerable
1 shipments on account of the Nevada
I ouaet.
Juke?the month of roscj.
P AN-PRESB YTF.IU AN COUNCIL
It ft Approaching SeMlon at Edln
Imrgh?Lint ot DelegitM Ap
pointed by the General AMem
It hu been ascertained that there ar
forty-eight independent organitationi o
the Presbyterian Church, although thee<
churches have hitherto had no bond o
union. Yet, as they hold substantial!,
the same creed, a strong feeling ha
arisen that they should become better ac
quaintaf with each other and co-operat
for good purposes.
The formal proposal of Presbyteri
in federation was made November 2C
1872, at the tri-centenary meeting, com
memorative of the Scottish Reformation
held in Philadelphia, in May followin,
motions approving of the object wen
carried in the Oenoral Assembly of th
Presbyterian Church in America and o
tho Irish Presbyterian Church.
In October following the Evangelica
Alliance met in New York, when a pre
visional committee there api>ointed, ad
dressed thirty-eight churches, nskioj
their countenanc^and concurrence, and i
pajwr wan drawn up explanatory of th
principle* and aima of the movement. Ii
the summer of 1H74 meeting* of friend
wero held in London, Belfast and Edin
burg, and it wan ngreed to organise tb
whole scheme at a convention to be heli
in London in July, 1875. At this meetin,
there were deputies from twenty of th?
principal Presbyterian Churches througl
out the world. The meeting lasted onl<
three days, but during this brief perioi
an agreement was come to as to the principles
held in common bv the churches
and a constitution was tlrawn ont. I
was agreed that the first council ahouh
be held in Edinburg in July, 1870, but t
had to bo adjourned till tho fir?t week ii
Julr, 1877, in conacquence of the Centen
nial Kxponition.
Tho council will meet in Edinburg 01
Monday, July 2. In tho evening then
will be n reception. Next day thecoun
cil will be formally opened byadiacoura
bv the Rev. Dr, Flint, Profenaor of The
ology In the Univeraity of Edinburg. I
will continue in neaaion a week or tei
dayi, during which time important pa
nera will be read and addreaaea deliverer
bearing on the spread of the Goapel ii
varioua countries. At thia meeting of th<
council, in all probability, atepa will l?
taken toward a union of the difleren
branched of tho Presbyterian Church.
The committee appointed by the Gen
erai Assembly of last year to celect dele
gates have given commiision to the fol
lowing duly appointed delegates to th
council:
Ministers?Rev. Vim. Adams, D. D
LUX, Rev. George W. Mufgrave, D. D
LL.D., Philadelphia; Rev. S. Ira'neu
Prime, D. D., New York; Rev. Elias H
Beadle, D. D.t LID., Philadelphia; Ret
Henry J. Van Dyke. D. D., Rev. Williau
Mack wood, D. D., LL.D., Philadelphia
Rev. Charles C. Realty, D. D., LL.D
Rev. Cyrus Dickson, D. D., Rev. Jame
McCohIi. D. D.. LL.I).. Princeton: Re*
Philip SchafT, D. D., LL.D., Rev. Davii
C. Marquis, I). D., Rev. Howard Croabji
D. D., LL.D., Rev. William C. Robert#
D. D., Rev. William M. Pax ton, D.D
Rev. Robert W. Patterson, D. I)., Rev
John Hall, D.D.JSew York; Rev. Sam
uel J. Niccolls, D.D., Rev. William ?
Moore, D.D., Rev. William M. Thomii
non. I). D., Rev. Samuel M. Campbell
D. b., Rev. James Eells, D. D., Rev
CharleB Hawley, D. D., Rev. A. Alexan
del Ilodce, D. D., and Rev. Francis L
Patton, D. 1).
ElderB?The Hon. William T. Aller
non. Henry.W. Williams, Professor Ed
ward JJiorth, LL.D., Cornelius R. Agnew
M. D., Professor D. 0. Eaton, Hon. Join
T. Nixon, George Junkin, ?>q., Phila
delpbia, Aaron B. Belknap, Esq., Hon
Jacob S. Karrand, Hon. Chauncey N
Olds, Hon. Emerson E. White, Hon
Thomas T. Alexander, Benjamin B
Comegyp, Philadelphia, Hon. A. Dodd
Willium B. Negley, Esq., and Samuel Q
Brown, Esq.
CommiwionB have aho been issued ti
associate or corresponding members a
provided for in the Constitution ol thi
Council,as follows:
The Rev. Joseph G. Monfort, D. D,
Rev. George D. Mathews, Rev. Charle
A. Dickey, D. D., Philadelphia; Rev. \V
T. Beatty, Rev. Levi Parsons, D. D., Rev
Joseph E.Nassau, D. D., Rev. John t
Knox, Rev. Llewellyn J. Evans, D. D
Rev. John Gillespie, Rev. William J
Holland, Rev. Henry K. Nile*, D. D
Rev. Mead C. Williams, Rev. Daniel H
Eva, Philadelphia; Rev. James 13. Ram
say, Rev. James Allison, D. D., Rev. Join
M. Millard. Rev. Matthew Newkirk
Philadelphia; Rev. John C. Lowrie, D.D.
Rev. Samuel II. Hall, D. D., Rev. Johi
M. Stevenson, D. D., Rev. Alcxande
McLean, i). D., Rev. W, Wallace Atter
bury, lie V.Stephen W.Dana, Philadel
phia; Rev. Eldridge Mix, Rev. Charles S
Robinson, D. D., Rev. David R. Breed
Mr* Henry M. Knox and Mr. Williatr
Rankin.
In the above list the old and ne*
school Presbyterians are pretty equally
divided.
Rev. Dr. Kerr and Rev. Dr. Joseph T
Cooper, of Pittsburgh, will represent thi
Union Presbyterian Cfcurch.
DIED.
INGRAM.?On Wednesday afternoon, MiyM
1877, it VX o'clock, A*kie M , only dan?Uier of
fcdwln and Kate Ingram, aged 2 ream 8 month
ind 11 da} a.
Funeral on Friday morning at 10 o'clock, fron
the residence of Mrs. Wo, Wawon, 2315 marke
itreet.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
niPAimj** or train*.
a.m. a.m.| FT*. TT?
D. A O.K. 11. 4:40 10:S5* ti:2J
Cent. (). DI? 7.M I'lOf 9.45
W.i\ A D,Wt 8:t0 5:20 I., ,.
Oct. a Pitta. |-fcl2 |ll:17*| 8:27 | 8:02
ARK1VAL OF THAWS.
A. M. P. M. P. M, P. M
B. A O. R.Tt.7; 8:? 6:00 10:43
A. M.
>nt. O. Di? 5:40 U:S5f 7.20 ?
ff. P. A B. DIT 7:80 4:55
A.M. P.M. A.M
:icr. A Pitta... 10*5 6:68 8;29 9:02
t Dall r excvnt Bunday?Newark Accommodation
tSteulxmrlllo Accommodation.?Tliia train dur
ok the dar puaea backward and forward betweei
tfartln'i berry and Bcllairv, a topping wlien renul
red at Sherman House, .BUiayIUo, Weat Wheefinj
ind Uravel Hill.
Time table wheeling a elm orovi
R. W. CO., In elftct on and after Friday, Maj
?, 18771
LcaTe Wheeling? Leave Htamra'a?
6:25 a. m. 6:50 a. ?.
7:15 7:40 '
8:05 ? 8.m
8:55 " 0:20 ?
y.w ic:io
10:35 " 1100 ?
11:25 11:80 "
12:15 r. M. 12:44 r. M.
1:05 " 1:80 '
1:55 " 2:20 "
2:45 8:10
8.35 4:00 "
4:25 " 4:60 "
MB " 5:40 "
C:C5 '? C:80 "
8:55 11 7.20 "
7:15 8:10
8:S3 "
8:25 "
gUSPENDEIlS0F
EVERY VARIETY AND PRICES TO SUIT AU
AT THE MANUFACTORY,
1012 Market Street,
my20 Below Po?toflic<
^ W. McCONNELL,
No. 155 FIFTEENTH STREET,
Minuiirturrr of
T .r,1 TUrrati Tl.lf ?--< ? - -
JST
Ouks, Butter Keg*, etc.
**" REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TC
mr2VdAw
gCHOOL FESTIVAL.
The pupils of the COLORED PUBLIC 8CUOO
will hold a FestlTtl at the old Second W2rd Schoc
Boose, on
THURSDAY EVENING, the lilt I nit.
Thrlr owect li to rat* ft fund to purchan an Om
lor th# School. All art cordially lnritcd.
Admladoa 10c; Children Be. mj?*
1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "
POR CINCINNATI AMP. W - "
- JD Intermediate l'olnu. fllflHl
The new and ewlft Pauenftr Bteamer
HUDSON W*. IT Lot, M*?tcr.
Cuakui D. Lot, Clerk,
' WU1 leate for tb? abort on Saturday, June Id,
j at I o'clock r. m.
. For freliht or paaem apply on board or to
*** OH. b6otH A HON, Agenta.
? tpOB CO IN A,
.. r GLASS, QUEENaWABE, ?nd
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
- Go to JOHN FWKDEL'd,
I, 1130 Mnrkct 8L |
GRAND I
f ORCHESTRION FOR SALE.
? An opportunity li ofleml for the purcluee of
A GRAND ORCHESTRIUN,
' A floe Instrument, which ptayi twrlra new place*,
' and haa been In uu> In Arbeltrr Hall, UalUnor*. i
I- 1 tie u?t/a went'can U aec at Turn?f Hall, CUifl- <
? berland, Maryland. ,,
* For price and further Information, apply to the
? UDdenl.ntd, &
1 JM Turner Hall, Cnmtmlaad, Md.
QRAND OPENING.
J We will open the
' WHITE HOUSE SALOON,
i '
J On NEXT SATURDAY, June 2.
Free fitintli will bo ierved in the
| morning from 9 until 12 o'clock. Rejrj
mann'a nrnl Nail City Beer will be on
t draught.
, Jel MORAN A ERNST.
Jr" WESTON'S
DIFFERENTIAL
r Pulley Blocks
am9 known 18
n Doyla'a, Hall's ?nd Blri'l,
II MANUPACTTRKD VXCLt'uvkLBV
i.y nr tuk
p Yale Lock Mfg. Co.
IIKX*r R. TOWNS, Fin.
n j STAMFORD, CONN.
Hold the Load ?u*pendcd it
uj point.
9 Enable one man to do the work
3 of lour or fira.
' JBItOU
OUR OWN WATCH.
,8 Tbe full jeweled Watch imported dlrcctljr from
' Europe, iwarlng our firm name, cannot be excelled
r, ui ftnit-clm time-pleca. We have hundreds of
? teiUmon'als attesting their merits. Also, American
Watches. Jewelry, Clocks, Sllrcr an 1 Hirer
'! 1'iatcd Ware, Spectacle*. 4c., Ac-, at 1101 Main St.
n%- Fine Watchcs and Clocks repaired.
8 rnjal OXTOBY A PUFFIELP.
i REPAIRING AND RE-UPHOLSTERIV
INQ
'? OF ML KINDS OP FURNITUME, at
?
G. M ENDEL, BOOTH ?fc CO'S.
i* my 31
I! piCNIC ANDBEGATTA!
' The C. P. Brown Boat Club
Will giro thtlr ANNUAL PICNIC at the
| Island Fair GroundN,
On SATURDAY, June 2d, 1877.
' During the afternoon there will bo a Four-Oared
3 Shell Race, on the Back Hirer, f r a purie of ttf
Open to all four-oar Crews. Alio, one fclngle Scull
, Rice, fur a Oold Medal. Op?'n to all amateurs.
' Also, one Working bout Race, fur a pair of Cuulter
Oars. Open to all. K?erj care possible will lie
>. taken for the comfort of all Ruosta, and the best of
order will be itrlctljr enforced. Mutlc br Birch's
I Quadrlllu Band.
? Admission &5c. Ladles free. my.11
A ITCI ION
I will offer for nil at the front door of tho Court
a Houu', on WEDNE'DAY, Juno Oth, ?t 10 o'clock
? A. *., the following property: Lot* Noa. lCfiand
1C7, with four good TeneraenU, iltuatod on Vtrgluia
and Wabub atreeU, Jalan?i. Alao, LotaNra.
? 1 and 2, on B*ltlmo?o atu-ut, in llaker'a addition to
s city of Wheeling. Tcraa easy.
inySO W. H. HALLElt, Auctioneer.
; ptOWER POTS! HANGING BASKETS!
* A Stock of
HANGING BASKETS & FLOWER POTS
Just received at
i CUMMINS & WOODS',
n my30 1142 Maiw Struct.
;; r?WO GRAND CONCERTS!
r Friday and Satuadiy Even'gs.iune I&2.
HAMILTON OPERA HOUSE.
Tho HUTCHINSON FAMILY, who hate been
greeted ulth crowded houaca in all tho large cltlea
' of this count and In Europe, will zire two of
I their Grand Concerts aa ahoro, in the IntereaU of
the TEMPERANCE CAUSE InthUcity.
. In order that nil may enjoy this me musical
entertainment the price ol admltalon hu been ro'
duced to 23 anil 3J wnts.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Tickcts for aale at Lonn 4 Llit'a, Alex. Younn'a,
? Jaa. Heed'a and J. W. Mc Joy's Drugstore*, and
at the door. mySO
jyjOUE NOVELTIES IN
.T E WE LK Y!
JUST RECEIVED.
J Beautiful CONCH SHELL GOODS, In
Scarf Pins and Ear Kings.
? SILVEL FILIGREE NECKLACES, Ear I
Kings to match. I
More of those Beautiful FRENCH HLUE
GOODS, and a ereat Variety of Pariainn
. Novelties. Callenrlj\
TURNER & DILLON,
n?y30
J^ABIILK AND WOOD TOP TABLES,
SIDEBOARDS, Ate.
At A. II. MOREHEAD Sl CO'S,
my29 1117 MainStrkkt.
; JCE!ICE! ICE!
- CBY8TAL ICE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1 at the lowest rates. Delivered at the can and
] steamboat*, well packed with aawduit; alao to all
. paita of the city. Orders br mall will moire
. prompt attention, at No. 1430 Market street, near
roatofflce, Wheeling, W.Va: fiend for price list.
. tnylT bOBEKT LUKK.
: JQOME3TIC
GASOLINE COOKING STOVE. |
The meat Economical and Convenient Stovo In tb?
world.
NO smoke.no soot, no dirt.
It ia light and portable andeaitly moved by one
iwraon. Can be uaed in the Hitting Boon. Kitchen
of oat of door*. JUST THE THING FOR 8UMMhR
USE. Will Bake better than any Coal or
Wood Store, aa the beat ia uniform and eaallr regVl,l?d*
Will Rout all kind* of Heat*. Fowij, Ac.
loahortthU Siore will do all klndeof work that
can be done on any Cooking Store or Range, and In
aborter time, at the Store can be lighted and ready
^u".,n^? The Or an can be haaUd
ready for Baking In Are mlnutea. Large nambera
are now in uae in different parta of the country,
giving entire aatlafaciion. The Stove can be teen at
_a J. O. PAYNE'S, A tent.
. m?28 HH Market Bl, Wheeling.
TOHEPH H. HA OR
^ ,
- 1313 MARKET STREET, WHEELING,
Bfptlnrr ol all kind. 0I Scwlni Kichlne., rail
Agent for the Light Ruuniog
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES.
- OH, Ntedlee and Attachments apM
JAMES L. IIAWLEY,
Morcliantliwo Broker '
And REAL ESTATE AOEHT.
ttjuloaci negotiated for Lenders and Horrowen. a
). , ?230 MAIJJ 8T*WTT.
ny< 8
-^yiLLIAM LOWNDE8, 1
If Decorative and Plain Paper Hanger.
Special Attention will be paid toSalaomlnlngand
n ni(u nrnung. jui oraera viu t* promptly attend*
J to. Um tb?a at W DjTenCi or P O,
I Box 2a. apis J
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Geo. R. Taylor & Co.
NEW
Spring anil Summei Ml
I w
SILKS & DRESS GOODS.
BLACK SILKS?Beit Makti, Chcip.
COLORED SILKS?In a)} Hhldti.
DAMASSEE BILKS?Black and Coll.
BILK BROCADES?Black and Coll.
8ILK GRENADINES?Black and Coll.
FISHNET GRENADINES, In Black.
BROCADE GRENADINES, in Black.
PRINTED ORGANDIES,
PRINTED LINEN LAWNS.
printed jackonet lawns.
*
printed batiste.
zepiiyr clotn.;
knickerbocker grenadines.
plaid linen grenadines;
persian suitings,
colored cretonnes,
gray mohairs,
matela88ee mohairs,
matelassee;bage,
UKEY DEliAUE,
DL'K AND COL. MOHAIBS,
FRENCH CniKTZES,
AMERICAN CHINTZES, \
LINEN SUITINGS, 4c., 40.
MOURNING GOODS.
BLACK HENRIETTA CLOTH,
BLACK TAMISE,
BLACK CABHilEBES,
BLACK CANTON CLOTH,
BLACK BATISTE,
BLACK LINEN LAWN,
BLACK AND WHITE ORGANDIK&
FANCY GOODS.
LACE SCARFS, LACE BIBS,
LACE COLLARETTES, LACE TIE?,
LACE NECKLACES, LACE VEILS,
EMB'D HAN'KFS, SILK HAN'KFf?,
FANS, PURSES,
REVERSIBLE TIES, Ac.
DOLMANS.
DOLMAN aniTS.
PERCALE SUITS,
SHAWLS,
DOLMAN SHAWLS,
SUN UMBRELLAS,
PARASOLS.
Housekeeping Goods.
B1RNSLEY TABLE LINEN,
BARNSLEY TABLE NAPKINS,
CARDINAL TABLE DAMASK,
ROMAN TABLE DAMASK,
104 TWILLED SHEETINGS,
104 PLAIN SHEETINGS,
104 LINEN SHEETINGS,
PILLOW LINENS?all width.,
DAMASK TOWELS,
HtTCKABUC TOWELS.
tarris' Seamless'. Kid Gloves.
LISLE THREAD GLOVES,
BLACK LACE MITTS,
COLORED LISLE THREAD HOSE,
COLORED BALBRIGGAN H08E,
MISSES' COLORED HOSE,
FRENCH CORSETS,
ROMAN CORSETS,
LADIES' CAMBRIC UNDEDWF.AR
CAMBBIC NIGBT DRESSES,
CAMBRIC TOILET 8ACQUE&
French Dressmakinn ,
a"
Thii Department being nnder the manigeraent
of MADAME MAHE, we can
guarantee latlafaotton in every particular.
?ricei lower than the same work and ityle '
ire furnished in New York.
GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO.:
tp21
PHY QOOPt.
SECOND STOCK
.1 i ' f j
w1 abb mow opbkiko ouu bkcokd
stock or
iiit uns
VIII W W W ft# w
FOR
Spring and Summer!
Including tunny new ami leosonoble
FABRICS!
The Trade nill find
OUR STOCK
The Cleanest and Best Selected
in the City,
C.T.BRUES.
my2 "
SPRING STYLES!
' Choice Selection of Ne\r Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS!
Which we are now receiving and will be
sold at the
Very Lowest Prices for Cash.
An early call to examine our stock is
, solicited.
Carpets, Carpets.
rv u uru now receiving and imye lor aaie
the Cheapest and Best CABPET in the city
for the price. We guarantee to sell a better
Carpet for LE83 MONEY than any
other house in the city,or refund the money.
A large assortment of
Floor Oil Cloths,
Window Shades,
And Lace Curtains,
At very low prices. Call and examine our
stock of goods before making your Spring
purchases.
HENRY ROEMER,
No. 2006 Mala Street,
aplO CENTRE WHEELING.
pUBE PARIS GREEN?
FOR POTATO BUGS.
AT
HANES, WILSON & CO.8,
122R MnrWt Rt 1,?W \'~T TI
my25
pURE PARIS GREEN.
And other
PAINTS!
Eoldjchenp at
HANES, WILSON & CO.8,
1228 Market Btrkkt.
my25
pHOTOGRAPHSALL
KINDS, SIZES AS J) STYLES, ai
BIGGINS' GALLERY,
my 10
JJEW STOCK
PBAMES, PAWET-ARtOOTS,
MOULPING8, PANN EL PICTURES,
8TERE03C0PI0 VIKW8,
Just rccdved at
mjn MclVWE HOUCTW STORE,
JUST RECEIVED.
A choico lot of
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS,
At wholesale and retail.
TKIEK W. HOHLEY,
m?21 1324 Market ?treet
J^A DIES' HATS.
Ladiea, II j-ou want your OLD HATS
BLEACHED and PBES3ED, or COLOR
ED, to look u well u new, oall on
UBS. WILLIAMSON,
mJ28? No. 820 Main St.
FOR 8ALE.
QOUUmaiONEBS' BALK.
Id the Municipal Court of Wheeling.
Add Hut too and othen,
J do. J. JonM.iJm'rof Joo.Blibop, | 'D ^hinctrj.
dee'd and otliera. J
Yy virtu* of a decree In the above entitled cau*.
entered by laid court on theSIit da? of May. 1877,
the underlined, ti pedal Commladoner, will, on
FRIDAY, TI1E IflXH DAY OP JUNE, 1877,
door of the Court Huuie of Ohio county, la tha
cltyof Wheeling, the following deecrlbed ml e*?
tate, altuaif ou the cut tide of Main itrat, between
loth and 11.h atreetJ, In uld dty.and
bounded aa follow*: Beginning at a point on the
eiit aide of Main itrcel, W fmand 11 luchea i?J
U>12)aouthcf the aouth corner of Market alley,
ind fi. ,M"ln ,tmtl *l"> Mwn
meet M feet and 9 incbee (3^9-12): tbente eajt In
aitra'ahtllne paralltl with add Matketalley to
.!u.!'y ln, lh? rmr oI Mld property; thence north
with the raid lut mentioned alley W feet and 9
i?ch? W ? ?)! thence waat ln a itraUht line to
illfl DUm of liMflnnltio inu.ihiip .Ilk IT. .I.t.a
o?e (he perty will on the north ildo of (aid parrel
of land. On the above described land la erected a
large lhre?yitory bile* building, known aa the re*
tdi-uoei of the late John blahop. Mid property will
beauld tubjcci to a leawof James P. Knox of tho
tort room and cellar theieunder.
Tkiimi ov 8a uc ? Uiio-tliinl uf tho purchase tnotey
In caih od the day of ule, onMhlrd In alx
month*, and the raalduo in twelve months from
day of nlo, the purcluuer tiring his note with
approved iwnonal iwurlty Tor aaid defend |?ymenu
ami Interest, and the title to bo rauinod until
the pnrchaae money ahall N> raid In full.
JOUN J. JON US,
rafli Special Coininlfsloncr.
QOMMISSIONEB'S BALE.
In the Mun dpal Coort of Wheeling
William J.Hull )
_ ra. md Chancery.
Fanny D. Hail *nd othwa.J
Tbe undersigned Special Commluloner hereby
tlrn notice that by tlrtuo of the authority tested
a him by adeerw made by nld Court in old
cau* on the 4th day of April, 1877, he will onj
TUESDAY, the 22d day of May, 1877,
Comraenclnfat 10 o'clock a. m., proceed to i<dl at
public auction at the front door of the Court House
oi umo county, won Virginia. in tho <ny
of Wheel log, the following Jeicrlbed real cstato
ituate In salil city, county and btate, that ti to
ay: Part of lot No 10 In square No. 24 of the llellalrc
addition toaaid dty, btglnnlua for said part of
laid lot at the noirthwcpt corner o( said lot on Jacob
it rift, formerly Sixth street, at the point of
Inteeeectlon of an alloy with said street; rtience
running northwardly with the eastern boundary
lino of uld ntrco thirty feet; thence eastwsrdly
at right angles with aala street sixty feet the wldtn
of Bald lot; thence aouthwardly and parallel with
Jaoob street thirty feet to the north boundary lloe
of Mid alley; thence with tho north line of the
alley to the place of beginning. Bald part of Mid
lot fronting thirty feet on Jacob street, and running
back of that width ilxty fc?t, and having a brick
houM thereon.
Bald decree provides that the aale shall include
the dower right of ttarah Jane Kelfor, who was
widow of Win. Hull, dee'd, In laid part lot.
Tkrms ov SALK-Ono-thlrd of the purchase
money, or so much more as the purchaser may
elect to pay, In cash, the remainder in two equal
Imtallmenta payable aix and twelve months respectively
after the date of salo, with Interest from
that date, the purchaser giving hla bond with approved
personal security for each of said install
inputs and lntereat as aforeald, and the title to the
cbaae money la mid.
UEOBOE B. CALDWELL,
Special Cotuuiliilonor.
J. C. ntRTir, AurtlonwIT ?r20
1 h? ?bore tale U adjourned until Tucftlar, June
6,1877, at 10 o'clock a. m.
UEOltGE B. CALDWELL,
myz3 Special CommlMloner.
QOMMISSIONERS' SALE OF THE
CENTRAL HOTEL.
In the Municipal Court of Wheeling.
Elijah Marling, 8/., )
TB. Wn Chancery.
John Bobxecht, ct al. J
The undenlgned 8pedil Commlsiloncrs hereby
nive notice that, by virtue of the authority retted ]
in them by a decree made by Bald Court in laid
cause on the 23d day of March, A. L>. 1877, they
villon
SATURDAY, JunclGth, A. D. 1877,
Commencing at 10 o'clock A. M.. proceed to fell at
nubile auction to the highest bidder, at the front
aoor of the Court liouso of Ohio county, ln the
city of Wheeling, In the State cf West Virginia,
the following dctcrlbed real estate ln aald city,
county and state, situate at the north cait corner
ot Fourteenth and Water itrcets, and bounded u
follows: Beginning at aald corner and running
thence north with Water itreet one hundred feet;
thence running east by a line parallel with FourteAth
atrcct eighty icet to an open space; thcnce
with the west line of aald open ipace south twentytwo
feet; thence eut by a line parallel with Fourteenth
street to an alley; thence south with the
west line of said alley seventy-eight foet to Fourteenth
atreet; thcnce west with the north line of
laid Fouiteenth atreet to the place of beginning,
together with the right to use Bald alley on the east
ilaeof Mid property In common with other assignees
of James and James 1L liakcr.
On ntuivn dru>rlliiJ l.nil ! Iti.l nliwMnl .ml **11
located Hotel now occupied by aald John Ilobrecht,
and called the Central Hotel.
Terms or 8al??One-third, or u much more of
the purchase money as the purchaser may elect to
!>ay, cash on the day of aale, and for the residue of
the purchase money tho purchaser to giro his bond* i
with approved personal security, dated on the dav
of salo and bearing Interest from that dar, each
foroue-lhlrd of aaid residue and payable twelve,
eighteen and twentr-four months respectively
after thtlr date, and tho titlo to be retained until
payment of the purchase money In full.
WILLIAM P. HUBBARD,
ALFKED CALDWELL,
* pedal Commission era.
J. C. Uravgr, Auctioneer. my!2
WHlffe LEAD.
E TT A V
Paints, Oils,
Glass, Sash,
Doors, and
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES,
Ni. 1211 Miln Street, Wheeling, W. Vi.
FOR BALE-ARilSTRONO A McKEL^Y'8
SUPERIOR BRAND
WHITE LEAD.
Whit Palntors Say About this LMd.
Dattok, Omo, April i", 1877.
l We^tbe underilgnod, do brrcbr ccrtlfr lh*t we
wh7?^?nM ron*A birlcllr Pure
tT U _^?d?U(1 flnd 11 the best In the market.
nrtVT. * KT0,und, finer, coveri more lurfacc,
m?S PSfV"4*' thin any wo hire eter used.
[Signed bj] Joii.h R. DlMMSY,
Sign and Garrlige fainter.
Hartki A hrru,
PalnUra and Paper lianceri.
J. A. Ladd,
Painter and Paper Hanger.
m?*l a- p- bamett,
Hott?o and tUgn fainter.
THE HYCEIA HOTEL.
nin DniUT linilrnn. ...
uumr-uni, VA.
,lnU 01 Fcfl Monroo. Open
aintria f^Jiil|.?ptc,al**tr,ct,on"for ?u miner. with
awple capacity for 500 kumu. Haa all modem
Sfrtltt.aix d"1'^""N" ,nd tel,?niPh
SSu . "ftatnto twenty flrat-cltM iteamera land
MSBl 160 J"*",rcm tbo to.
superior beach for bathing at door itcw and good
from Ma j until November. Boating, fliblng and
jff.yPl P?ckll7 attractlTe- bend (or circular de?
criblng hygienic adnntaft*, terma, At.
a'"> H. PHOEBUS, Prop.
PLUMBING, CAB FITTINC
Thompson & Hibberd,
ISM Jlnrltcl Html,
PLUMBERS,
Gas and 8team Fitters,
BRASS FOUNDERS.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE,
?AM>?
Kuowlos' Steam Pump,
Dmitri in Jrm, Load, Bt*w ?*1 Fh* Hpu, Hum
Host, Sttnm WSUItti, Sltam (iaugtt, and
all kindi 4 Thmtxri Goods.
Ilivlng Juit removed to tbelr new and oommodk
oaa quart era, 1814 Market atrwt, with a lam itork
of tbo neweat and handaomrat dealgna of Cham]*.
^ ". .Bracket and Drop IJahta, and Ext?u!cn
Ibandeliera In Bronae and Gum; the public arc
reapcctlulljr Invited to all and examine tbrn.
Their goods are all M*. nyis
mjiMBLE & hornbrook^
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
Deal era In Lead, Iron, Otl rani tad, (Jteam, Wat*
and Drain Plpoa. Keep coniUnUjr on hand a larat
uaortment Braaa Gooda, Bteam and Water <iu7?
Pumja and Oaa Flxtum. ^
out ismi Km wmt rueixu wot '
COLMAN'8 CELEBRATED 6A8 MACHINE.
RRKD FOR OaOULAJL
1418 MARKET ITREET, WHEELING, WEST VA.
Prompt attention given to or Jen from a dlitanct
To Iron Mill) and Engino Builders,
We hire added to our PLUMBING and (lis
FITTING aaUbllihaent, a new and complett
BRASS FOUNDRY,
and are now prepared to maka all klndi of Ml
and Engino Bra* Outinga at abort notlc? and of
the ray beat quality.
TRIMBLE & HORNBBOOK,
?p3 Wo, 1418 Markrt itwt
SPECIAL
Communication to Gentlemen
FROM
H. LI NGEN,
Merchant Tailor.
Determining to close out my entire stock
of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, for
the purpose of discontinuing that branch
of my business, I therefore offer to the
public ray entire stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
AT A BEDUCED PRICE.
This is done for the reason that iny enlarged
Merchant Tailoring Custom Trade
requires ray undivided attention.
Merchant Tailoring Department.
Tlaving received my whole stock of
SPBING and SUMMER WOOLENS, Ac.,
I am prepared to make up to measure all
Wool Caisiou're Suiting frnin *,18 Aft im.
wards. With a large stock of the most desirable
goods on hand and facilities for
turning out the most Fashionable Clothing,
I can guarantee perfect satisfaction to all
customers. Give inc a coll.
HI. LIILTGKEItT,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
iuy28 1820 MmliH ,M,
Three Mile Ice!
FREE FROM ALL IMPURITIES.
The undersigned been leave to aunounre to ifce
public that be bu
The Largest and Purest Slock of Ice
Erer held In this region of the country, which lie
offers at the lowest competition price to rowuwfn
it wholesale and retail. ? ,
Orders will be received bv mill or it MUrt A
Schairer'a Meat Shop, No. 1112 Market ?in*t.
mylft CQNKAl) SUIMTqheap
groceriesYOC
CAN BOY
Ono lb. Ex. Young Hraon T?i for <flfOne
lb. good Gunpowder Ti* for
Ono lb. iKwt Gunpowder Tea for - **
One lb. beat Japm Tea for......_ ?
One lb. good Ju an Tot for... ? ?cOno
lb. beat Oolong Tea for *fOne
lb. good Oolong Tea for....*.
Twenty 1U Rice for....- - ?H ro
PEAKL MEAL, CORN bVBUP,
And all klnda of Grocfriee at the lownt maikft
prlcra, at
Jl W. BAltTOIV'S.
2231 and 3253 Mmn Sr., Cram
mt?l
A GREAT OFFER!! ,hL'SV'S$
diipo? of ioo pianos i obo?*s. ?*
hand of fint-clais rnakera, Including WMER?
lower prlcea for cash or Inst all incut- or i" !?;t uriii
paid for than erer before offered. WATERS GRA1J0
uyumic anu urmuni riMiu? arm unu?" "
CLUDING THEIR NEW SOUVENIR and BOU00IR'
are the BEST MADE. 7 OcU?.; Minos |IM. <! .
Jo 91(0, not used yrar. "2" Stop Organ* !V|. 4
Stops SiS. 7 stops |C3. 8 Stops ("5. 10Stn|"l*
12 btops 9100 auli, not uvxl a year, In
iler and wimnttil. LOCAL and TRAVELING
AGEHTS WANTEO. Illuitrated ChUkRun M?1M. /:
A liberal discount toTescher*, Mlnl?tfr?.Churcbj?.
etc. Sheet Music at hall prire. HORAliE WATERS
A SONS. Manufacturer* and Dealer*, 40 fc?t Htn
St, Union Hjuaro. W. Y.
a week Id your own town. Terra* and fJ
>500 outfit fre?. H. UAlJ.KTT A CU,
Portland, M 'I'"1GEORGE
PAGE & CO,
Na. 5 N.SCHROEOER ST? BALTIMORE, ?D.
P?t?nl Portable ind Stationary EnglnM,
Patent Circular Saw Mills, Gang, Mult* and Sub
Mills, Grist and Flour Mills, Water Wheels. Sbin|'?.
Barrel and Woodworking Machinery, Tanlle Emwi
Wheels and Orlndtrs, Saws, Mill Supplies. 4c., 4c
BEND FOB CATALOGUE AND PRICK'CKC
o C77 Week to Awntj. 110 WflF'f K;
VI / p.p. VICJCEKY, Au<nm.Mr |
(19 * day at home. Agenta wanted. Outfit *tJ
*1* terma free. TRUE A CO., Augutu. M?'?Q?
Extra Fins Mixed Carta, with name, 10/^.
40 po?t?paid. L. JONEM A CO., Nawuu,
PA I AIIV of FARMERS, M ECH ASI.
(Ill) 111 Y ICH ?Dd GOVERNMENT
VViaVII I HOMESTEADER* t"*?>
on the new Land Grant of the Little Rwk ?n?l Fort .,5
omun uaijway, yvooo-wortlD* inacniurrj w taken
along for manulacturln*, affording maritrx ,
for the timber and employment for the methane*
Ticket fare reduced, and certificate <jiren with tk**
to refund amount on land purchaaea. For HCtlot*
al toapa and full Information apply to W. !? ?? *'*(
Land CemmlMloner, or toG. W. 11 EKED,
Agent, Mo. 240 Wwt Fourth BL, andonnti j?
JCR fn eon per day at home. Hami'l** worth
vw 93 free. ttixaox Aio.,
Mtltie.
OK FANCY CARDS, no t?o ?lik?. *1" ?'?,!
SCO 10 cent* bftNCEB A CO., Kv?"'.. > 1
MOST
EXTRAORDINARY
TERMS OF ADVERTISING
ark orriuo ro* xswarArua i.w tii* ?'
WEST VIRGINIA.
8end for lit! of Ptperi tad ?cb?duJf of rat*. AjJ*
drata GEO. P. BOWKLLd CO.,Ad wtlilc<
No. 41 Puk Bo*, New York. Btf* to A'."*y
tSUTajm.
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