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Olfcs S3 '4 2 7 hsurloonlh ItrMt. K E W A OA MPBELL _ rjtuinHX a:>j) rBOpRiirroia. TUESDAY, JUKE 5,7iS Tlic I.a to r?<sb> terinn Genera AHseiubly. [l is the verdict of Heme of the critic of the iioMfni'ajtfr preis that tho time c the AHHcinbly at Chicago, just adjourned was too much occupied with trivial a: fairs. We condense one of these review an follows: The failure to resume fra tcrnal relations with the Southern win wan duo. urincinallv. to the nrroirancoc the latter, ami the defeat will probably b accepted for sotno years to come. Tb question of reducing the unwieldy dirner niona of the Assembly wu presented t the Presbyteries in the nhape of tw "overtures" for them to vote upon; on providing for representation by Synoi! only; one for direct representation froi Presbyteries, but on a reduced basis ant number*. Communion wine was the nut ject of a grave discussion, and sever: ministers! argued for the "non-alcoholi fruit nf (1u> vinn"?.u'lmlnvnr tlmt nmvl ?but the control of the mutter wan final I left to the sessions, with the rccommei dation that they get the purest vino ol tainable. There were drummers wit samples of ecclcsiastical wine in tli lobbies of the Assembly. The At sembly adopted a series of rest lution-4 recommending total abstinent Iroiu intoxicating liquors as a lie erage. The .Sabbatarian action concen: ing newspaper publishing has been note< and the other case of discipline,that of M Mct'une of Cincinnati, was the subjei of much talk, but no action. The asscn bly was full of "smart" fellows, wl: talked by the hour no purpose. Pre Swing's Allianrc expressed this pertinei judgment on the affair: "Not.many a. Hcrabliea will convene as this one hascoi vened, with no great matter of busine on hand. In n year or two some yom man will ariee and move that 'this aascn bly do here and now lay upon the she certain old formulae called the Confessit of l'aith.* The men who will move ar second such a motion are not only no living, but they are almost writing the speeches. In that day there will be i policemen needed to keep the clergy fro chatting with the ladies and with eat other in the back Feats, for the businc of the hour will make all geek front sea and will crcate its own deep attention Cot toil <?oods. The export of cotton goods for t! nine months ending March 31 was 1" S28,000 yards of colored and 53,202,01 of uncolorcd, against 0,404,000 and 4 178,000 respectively last year; total abo 71,000,000 yards against 47,500,0( This is an increase of about 50 per cer We fear, however, that there is vei little probability of American make: getting a "large share of the Europea and most of the South American trade We shall do well it' we can work oft' oi present surplus and gradually enlarj our foreign market. The export < cotton goods from England during tli four months ending with April was 1,231 000,000 yards, ami increase over the e: port bi 1870 and 1875. During the nan four months, England exported to tl United States 24,27ft,000 yards of cott( goods. We give these figures to she the preposterouaness of the idea that oi cotton manufacture has in any appreci hie degree crippled that of England, < that any large proportion of the Eur pean consumption is ready to drop in our hands. We have left out of accou entirely the great continental manufn tures. Probably vre can wrest a share the South American, African and Asia! trade from our foreign conipetitoi While the English export of cotton goo to the United States has fallen only third in two years that of woolen clotl has fallen two-thirds, cf worsted atu one-half, and of carpets four-fifths. The Use op Paris Green.?Notwit standing the fright of^ some chemis I'aris green remains the only ell'ec'.i antidote to potato hugs, as it is to coc roaches and other vermin, and as yet i injurious results have been cxperienc from it. It is of course intensely poiso ous, but on the other hand it is very grct foo'l, and will not lie eaten from choi l?y any creature, until mixed with fai naceous food. So far as the danger fro its use in the fields is concerned, ordina: caution in a complete protection. T] consumption of it, by the way, is ii mense, and 1,000,000 pounds havo bet marketed at New York in the paBt foi night. It is rather odd that the agricu tural demand should have act in at time when green blinds are giving way those of the color ol the body of tl hoiiHe. As to the potato bug, we belie' he is a transient intliction, and after llou ishing for two or three seasons passes < to new conquests. What he will do win he gets to Halifax is not clear. A Grand Conclusion.?llere is t closing paragraph of the Rev. Jose] Cook's last lecture?the last of a three < four months' series: The Koran says that when Ahraim set out on his travels he was insutliciei ly acquainted with religious truth. 1 saw the star of evening, and he said his followers: "This is my God." E the star went down, and Abraham aai "I care not for nny gods which Bet." 1 waited until the constellations appear and then said: "These are my godi .But the galaxies were carried benea the west, and he Baid : "I care not f gods which act." When the moon n rose he said: "This is my God." U the moon, loo, went down. When the si uprose ho saluted it as king, but \ wheeling sky carried the king of day I hind the Uaiiiing pine* of the west. Ai Abraham, in the holy twilight, turnii his face toward the assenting azure, nn to bin jxsople: .' ! give myself to Hi who was, and is, ami is to "come, Fath of the stars, and moon, and aun, and wl never set.-;, bccause ho is the Eteri: Noon." [Urcat applause.] Colorado is building more railroa to-day than any other Western Stato Territory, and her mines [and farms n being developed moro rapidly than f years past. In addition to all this, t season of 1S77 promises to be marked an unusual amqunt of tourist trav Last year little was done in this line, t Centennial not ouly keeping people c of Colorado, but taking our own peo| East, ho that the State was doubly i poverished in that particular. Colora is also bound to get n great deal of t Black Hills "overflow" this summer, addition to our regular and legitim: increase.?jUemcr JSWt. Oliver Wendell Holme* on the Liberalizing ol Christianity. ' It is n simple fact that tho working be< liefa rn New England have been ntesudilj approaching tho ground occupied bj : what in known as liberal Christianity, # Old Orthodoxy has been stripping itsell like a circus-rider who throws off ont - garment after another, n.s it has ridder round tho ring of successive generations _ First came oil' tho scarlet hunting-auit ol I tho witch-finder, then the Genova cloal of tho predestinarian, then tho Jewlit gabardino of the Sabbatarians, and J * know not how many more; and already wt >* seethe fair outlines of our common huI, manitv which had boen more or less ob [. Hcured for a long time by these disguises When I think of Increase Mather burn 8 ing llolwrt Colef's book against the witch - craft delusion in the yard of Harvard g college, of which he was President, ant ,( imagino hi* successor of to-day takinj part in a similar ceremony, I feel us i u you might as well read tho stamp act t< ? the great-grandchildren of the "Sons o j. Liberty" as tho old New England Confes 0 slons of Faith to the descendants of thi Pilgrims and Puritans. When I rcmem 0 bcr that tho ancestor of tlio one littl* ? child, by whoso thread of life aloue Is hold to the generation yet in tho tonde n bud, disposed of tho infants on trial be fore their final Judgo by making Him sa; 0 that although > "Id IIUM . They may uot hone to dwell, " Hull unto them lie wilt allow jc Tho easiest rooui In hell." (C When I remember that Jonathan Ed wards, tho great champion of a latei y New England orthodoxy, spoko of chil l- dren, with certain^ rare exceptions, ai "younj; vipers and infinitely more hato fnl than vipers" in the sight of God 'oxposed every day to eternal burnings' 10 ?and think what a universal cry of out ? i- ..... . - r?K?u iiiuuieriiontrwould Silence IMS 110 i- roil of the pulpit in the Huston of to ,c day, I ran believe that almost any cher iahed dogma which HtantU in the way o '* a true Catholic union of all believers in i- the eternal goupcl of righteousness ma; 1( fade out uho bsolete, if it is not blotte< r out ns inhuman, and therefore ungodly May 1, without commenting on any ont 21 but myself, mention n few of the ntuin i- bling-blocka which will stand in the waj !0 of some who have many sympathies o ,f wljAt _is called the liberal school o ' thinker*? I believe they arc quite as mucl 11 anthropological as theological. Some o ? these doctrines might at once bo repudi n. ated by those who hold other beliefs which in reality grew out of them: Tin notion that man is responsible for th fact of suttering and death,Iwherean botl a* ex isted long before his appearance on ou If planet. The notion that thero can b such a thing as natural moral evil; as i any one but the God of nature couli l(' be responsible for nature's cflecti w The notion of sin as a transferable object ir Aa philauthronv has ridded u? of ehatte 10 slavery, ho philosophy must rid tin o chattel uin anil all flits logical conce [n quences. The notionj that what we cal :h sin is anything else than inevitable, tin less the Deity has seen lit to give ever human being a pcrlect nature and (level op it by a perfect education. The oyer ' night oi the fact that all moral relation between man and his Maker are reciprc cal, and must meet the approval of man' he enlightened conscience Wore lie ca render true and heartful homage to th )(j power that called him into being. An . _ is not the greatest obligation to an etei '* nity on the side of the greatest wisdor and the greatest power ? The notio 10. that the Father of mankind is subject t the absolute control of a certain malifi nant entity known under tho falso nam r-v of Justice, or subjcct to any law bucIi a ffl would have made the father of tho prodi in gal Hon meet him with an account-boo! d and pack him oil' to jail, instead of wel coming him back and treating him 1 lr tho fatted calf. Tho notion thatuseles suffering is in any sense a satisfaction fo >f fin, and not simply an evil added to , ie previous one. I believe many of you wi! . agree with mo in rejecting these notion!1 ?* and that, in due time, these and all sue! ?- stumbling-blocks will lie removed frou io the path of any whom they prevent froti 10 marching side by side with you in th grand army of the soldiers of humnnit )n and servants of God.?Address at the Musi >w Hall Unitarian Festival. ur a- S*o.sliiin.stcr General Key on Eli.< Position. J Speccb at Charlotte, N. C., Lwt Week. ?* My Friends: The position 1 occupy i t? an anomalous one. Ton months a^o t< nt the heat of tny ability 1 was canvassini 1C. in Tennessee, urging the election c r Samuel J. Tilden to the Presidency o ? the United States, and now I find my ,c self, to my own surprise, and I have n< rs. doubt to yours also, a confidential office ,1a and member of the Cabinet of llutherfori li. Hayes. Hut, as previous to that elcc tion, 1 find myself a Democrat still, ant ',9 you can readily understand, therefore (Is that I occupy a very embarrassing am anomalous position in a political point of view. When the proposition war h. first made to me?when I was rcquestei to Income a member of Mr. Hayes'Cabi t' net?my inclination was todccline it, am v*e I have no doubt a great many people o k- the South thought 1 would do bo. A verj ,10 short reflection, however, brought me to 1 ,, verv different conclusion. I though Pw .1? ? -t .t _ IT mini mc i iVSlUCIIb Ul llll! UIUll'U S3l?iei a" extended his hand to tlio people of tin m, South through inc it was my duti 0f to receive thut hand, lest millionn o the South might be the sufferers, whereai . if I made a mistake there would be ni :l* sufferer hut myself, and, as announced a m the time, ns is well known throughou ry the whole country, I accepted the ponitioi - in the Cabinet of the President of thi United States with the simple intentior n* of assisting the people of the South if. ;n could to regain hoiuo of the ground tha they havo lost during tho last few yeari ? Tho President required no pledge 01 promise of me; I went into the Canine a without any instructions and as indepen to dent as any member of it,and was rcccivei ie into his secret councils, and would havi pe been in his council to-day had I been ii Washington City. This was a most ex r* traordinary contldence on the part of th in Administration and one which I neve L?n will betray. This position is of courai embarrassing; yet it is my duty to assin in supporting and building up the Ad . ministration if I can rather than seek t , destroy it. As the President savs, I tak i?i it iimt Tu-.u? -- v *n in/ wiiicruui-u nucuusr >* man is a .llepublican or Democrnt, "h serves his party best who nerves hi m country beat." it- ? jj OUKWEIXSHIJItU LETTEII. ul Wbllsburo, June 4. ,j. IvJitora Intelligencer: le hist Thursday evening the pupils c ed tho Wcllsburgh High School, under th management oi W. II. Anderson, th th principal, and his accomplished bettc or half, gave at tho School Hall ono of th p. moat^ interesting public cntertainmenl ut that it has been our good fortune to wii ln neaa. The exorcises consisted of songi lie cxaajrs, dialogues, recitations and decli ie. mations, and werc^rendered in r ver ul acceptable manner. Oreat credit is du up the acholara and teachers for the exce id lent training displayed. An adniittanc m fee cf.ten cents was charged. Tho pre er ceeds are to go towards paying fc |,0 un organ for tho use of tli ml school. Willie St. Clair received a fin pen and holder as a reward for the bei in penmanship. Misses Daisy Crothei da and Annie Beare wero each presented or fine pocket Bible for punctuality, goo deportment, Ac. The motto, "The ueai :re est interest of a nation is the educatio or of its youth," exhibited among other 01 h? naments of tho stajje, was well selecte bjr and should be indelibly stamped on th ei. winds ol all parentaand guardians. "e Mewra. Jamea Mattliowa andWilliar ut rsicholls. journeymen bricklayers, stai jIo w cdnesday next for San Francisco, Cal m- to try their luck. do A. W. Kulra and W. W. Calendim ho have returned from the Wwl. Tliey hav in bought land near Ottawa, Franklin com ite ty, Kansas, Elijah Gover, who left hor early in tho spring and went to Dalln > Texas, has left there and located At I Ottawa, The temperance Treading room* are T well patronized. x "A good rain la much needed now,' ha. frequently been remarked hereabouts El lately. Crone are nufl'ering in come- w uuonce of the drouth. The roadii are it dusty, making travel anything hut pleaa- ; ant. r; There ie the largest bloom of the locuat I treca noticed for many years, said to bo f a good algn for many thing* in which j. mankind 1m interested, other than giving nfi the busr heo plenty of material to work upon. G. B. C. ? .llr. Illnlnc auU HI* Plan*. ? [ Waililugton CorrwpouJcncc of the N. Y. Bun.] , | Mr. BlAlne spent two weeks here on 1 . purely private business; but, of course, I there was of necessity a great deal of ft 1 politics mingled with this private busi. I ncsfl. He was overrun with callers, and ' could not respond to one-half the invita- j tloriH to breakfast and dinner which were ^ . showeretl upon him. lie thus Haw many 5 people from almost every section of the . Union; and it is a significant fact that he j left hero more determined than ever to ?h [ oppose tho policy of the Administration, [" r and this determination was based upon tli . reliable information obtained from per, Bonal contact with active politicians of _ his party. He was courted in every way . by the Administration, invited to dine 1 and lunch at the White House, and to breakfast and dino with Sherman and Evnrts, all of which invitation* were ac? ni * copied, as a matter of course. Ho was not k> r a party to any movement looking to tho cj, organization of a new political party. That ' is not a part of his programme. He . means to bo the champion ot the Simon- * ~ pure Republican party, and all his abilities will be directed to arouse tho ancient * * fervor of tho disciples of tho ancient * faith. Tho administration party will be * attacked, on the ground that they have * nlmtidnmul the ancient faith unit dellber. ' ately, with corrupt intent, attempted to 1 destroy the Republican party. The pur* ' pone of Blaine is to carry high the Mian- C( 1 ilard of the Simon-pure Republican party, and to rally to it tho loyal element of the 9 North, which was so irresistibly strong " during tho war; and through the recon* r. struction period Blaine struck the key* J note of the last campaign in his Ander- ~ 1 Konville speech, anil the entiro canvass on I | the Republican side was made on tho 1 issuo ho then so sharply and forcibly j raised. His speech on the presentation ' of Kellogg's credentials as Senator from e Louisiana this spring waa tho key-note of 7t 0 the campaign which will lie begun in fcl 1 earnest against Ilayes' administration j,( r the moment Congress meets in October ? next. IU 1 DIED. J I. WOl.!.EKWI-:DEB.-On Saturday. June?. 1677, [, nt 11 o'clock a. at hli residence, 111) Market I ntlCft, \S'. F. WoLLKN wxuuu, lu tttc 29tb jear ol j uii _ ' Fuuoral on Tuoiday, Juno 5th, at 2)? o'clock r. n "j m., from lib Ute reildenco. Friends arc Invited. ? y TRAVELERS' GUIDE. mo-a torn* or tjuiks. It a.m. A.M. P. m. hll. B.A'Vi;.U. ~... 4:10 10:36* 0:20 .. BU 1*. ll. 3 Cont.O. DIv 7:01 4:IOf 0:45 n W.I'. A B.D1t 8:J0 5:';o J Clef. A Pitts. 8:12 11:17* 8:27 B:02| w< akiuval OV thain3. <b ? a.m. p.m. p.m. p. m. ?b " H. X 0. U. K ... 8:35 5:CO 10:45 u a.m. ? o Unit. 0. Dlv 5:40 11:35} 7-0 ? j J* IV. r. All. DIt 7:30 4:55 - 0 a.m. r. M. a.m. 8 Cl?v. A Pitl.i 10:55 5:88 8:20 0:021 M ; ti>uilT except Sunday?Newark Accommodation, u JSuulieiivlllo Accommodation.?Thll traludur- o' in* the day passes Imckvard aud forward between at * Martin's Kerry and Bellaire, itor.plng when rwul- ]|| o nil ai Sherman Uouae, JStuarule, West Wheeling \\ 3 ami (irur.'l Hill. r l'a SPECIAL NOTICES. S 5 'ACARD. il To uli who are suffering from the errors nnd lull dljcrcttuna of youth, nervous weakness, early deo cny, lows of manhood, Aa, I will send you a rcclpo j( y that will cure you, FP.ES OF CHARGE. This V. c gTeat remedy was dhcovered by a missionary In South America, fc'end a Klf-addrcftied envelope to ? the P.KV. JOSKI'H T. I.NiuN, Station V, Bible Jluiur, ? H Atoc York City. ja27?eod<kw k. WUEliLlISa I 1 v-7 r Established In I860. For the natnra ami P. 0. 0 addrcu of 16 yoiitiR men likely to attond a bust- r* bp.-s collrea, we will send, free, our Iu.ustratkd Coli.kok Jouknau. and Specimens of Ornamental 1 Penmanship. Address J. M. FIIASUKK A CO., CC . Whwlimt, W. Va. wy.'SMsxl fYALE LOCKS, j With small flit Mccl Keys, X applicable to almost every use, and for a?le by all Hard- lie wwo Ucalera. bli A ep??Mal line of DESK, I.UAWKU A CUl'ISOAKD J Yale Lock Mfg Co. - ! W7ICE AND WORKS, Jf i RfcSa Stanlord, Conn. [J t Salesroom. No. 63 Chambers t I ).y St., New York. ' y my31-eod J QIUTAUQUA I.AKE. 1 \ LAKE SHORE HOTEL, s Griffith's Point, Chiulauqui Co., N. Y. l'i ' This popular liouio is altaatod In n beautiful grove, ou cast shorts ol Lake, four miles from ? J Jamcntown, N. Y. Tbo Lake Is a beautiful sheet r, , of water twenty miles long and ono to three wide; ' I is Til) feet aboro Lake Kric (only 7 miles distant), J H and 1..VW above the sot. Among its attraction - arc sailing, rowing, fishing, driving. scencrjr, bowl* , ? lug, billiards, good living and tool brccxes. 10 Hoard from $10 to 514 per week. he r Semj for circular*. T. 0. addrefs, Jamestown, D N. Y. E. II. UOWEN, Manager. I A. DUSIIAM, Proprietor. my21-?od _ Adjustable wire window i screens. I e FITS ANY WINDOW, a Excludes nil Inscota; admit# light and air. Juit c what you want for the Summer, For rale at ^ s McL URE HO USE ART is TORE. E. I.. NICOLL. james l. iiawley, M?rchnn(liso Broker f And REAL ESTATE AGENT. [ A.Losns negotiated for Lenders ami Borrower. [ 1220 mux Stsext. J e myl g TONE FURNITURE, , AA ' [. 1-iCS C0RTJ.2XS, CORNICES A MIRRORS. |> E. EDMONDSON 4 SONS, y 133 LlBKKTY STBSST, PnTSBUEOn, Pi " e A I- _?2l K ? gCUOOL FESTIVAL. ? ir TUe pupil* til the COLORED PUBLIC SCHOOL ie will hold a FaUral at the old Second W2rU School House, on f. THURSDAY EVESltm, the Slit lut. Their oblect li to raise a fund to purchoM an Organ "" for the School. All are cordially invited, a Admission 10c; Children 6c. tuy2i)> 0 fi JCE! IOh! ICE I * " CRYSTAL ICE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL r. at the lowest rates. Delivered at the cars and u steamboats, well packed with sawdust; also to all e paiU of tho city. Ordcra by mall will rcctlre prompt attention, at No. 1430 Market street, near I'ostoffieo, Wheeling, W.Vn. Bend for price list. II myl7 MJBEBT LUKK. " J^ADIES' HATS. ] ? LoiUes, if you want your OLD HATS F e BLEACHED and TRE&JED, or COLO It 0 i. ED, to look as well as new, call on e JIBS. WILLIAMSON, f, my2S* No. S2Q Main tit. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. wi <cikcdwIti AHD INTEB^"i? MEDIATE P0IN1S. WW*#. The now and iwlft PaaaanfV Steawtr, IMA UBA1IAM Joint TtOlllOM, Muter, 111 Imto for the ibovo on Wedneedaj, Jane Otb, 4 o'clock r, it,, promptly, W A?.t. 0. 0. F. Ihi tnembera o( Wheeling EncauipwentNo.il, 0.0. F., are requested to meet at tbolr Uall thla lernoon, June 6th, at tvo o'clock, to render the it tribute of reepect to our deceeaed Patriarch, in. F. Wollenwebcr. Metnbera ol alitor En? mpmcntiara fraternally Invited to attend. j<? MTKP1IBW K1PLBY, C. P. JARQAINS IN CROQUET. We have about one doten FINK HET8 OF CBOUET, which we carried oter from U?t aeaaon. lilch wo will aell at a SMALL PROFIT. Call an or write to STANTON A DAVENrORT, |cS 4? Twelfth Htrect, ^OW 18 THE TIME TO PURCHASE WALL PAPER CHEAP. A. W. l'AUU. A BK(), tiRTf Juil rctcliul their lrJ Hprlng Stock, conalitlnaof cliulco anil beautl1 pattern, which thoy will mII it the remarka0 rtgurea, 8 am! JOc prr roll. Call and examine cse good*, os they are telling rapidly. 1142 MAIN Wtkkkt. Jrf A. W. ?JAULI, A HHP. RUCTION. 1 will offer for aile at the front door of the Court uuie, on WKDNKdDAY, Juno fltb, at 10o'clock Him fill lowing property: Lot" Mo*. ICG and 7, with four sowl Xenomenia, iltuated on Vlrnla and Wabaau itreets, iiland. Alio, LotaNoa. uid 2, on Baltimore attest, lu lUkcr'a addition to ly of Wheeling. Terms way. jtfj W. 11. HaI.I.EH, Auctioneer. FOURTH JULY! IRK WORKS, FLAGS, LANTERNS, BALLOONS, CRACKERS, TORPEDOES, PISTOLS, CAPS, Ac., Ac. Especial I'urgnins are oflercil where nuy nuiderable qunutity Is wanted. Please xrt in your orilcra early. 3ST. SHULZ, Je5 1319 MARKET 8TRBBT. >t nUC SALK Ob' )OORS Ac SASH. I will offer at publicnIo. on THURSDAY, June b, 1877, at 10 o'clock a. nt Boilley Uroi' Wagon top, n Uof [)OBS, DOOB FRAMES, 8HUTTEKS, WINDOW HASH and Fit AM Ed, Ac., lonRliig to (he late Arm of Tannell A UpJegraff. in nlKive property ij in good condition aud uiuit 1 Bold. Tenm made known on day of sale. ALEX. UPDEGHAFF, Excc'r. J. C. iikiivkv, Auctioneer. JgS IUNDAY SCHOOL EXCURSION :0 CUAIGVS GROVE, NEAR WEST ALEXANDER. TboZANE STREETMTE. SUNDAY SCHOOL vltesll their friends to accouipauy them to the OT>< beautiful Urova on THlfRSDAY, JUNE 7th. Coiue with us aud spend a day of j leasure In the nods. Twin will lotre from the corner of Seventeenth id Jacob street*, Thursday mornliig at 7 o'clock, arp. Tickets, round trip, SOr, Children 2V*. JtS N THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF WHEEL. 1NO. Cuthcritic Hogiius *) vs. >Iu Chancery, ary It!?tcr and otheu.j Take notico tint tho depositions of Tliotnaa llilen, Juiikr Durkiii aud others will Imi taken the law otflcoof James P. Rom>rs, No. 1207 Chapic street, In tho city of Wheeling, in tho Htato of wt Virginia, on the !kl day of July, A. D. 1877, tween the houri of 'J o'clock a. m. and G o'clock *1., to lie road In evidence in the above named use ou behalf of satd Complainant. And if, >111 any rnuso, the taking of the raid depositions all not be commenced, or being commenced, all not be completed on that d*y, the taking of esaine will be adjourned from tiuio to timo until o Mitr.o shall bj completed. JAMES 1'. ROGERS, Solicitor for Complainant. To Mary Rtatrr, Nlcodemus Riester, Catherine oran, Hank Moran, M. J. Carney, Veronica ulta, .Samuel Voltr.,J$uMnCnrnoy, Bridget Carney, I'. Carney, Patrick Carney atd Mary Carney, fendants. je-VTu tTBAWBEKRY SUPPEK! ccotupauied with Vocal and Instrumental Muhic, AT MOZART HALL, ir benefit of the Disciples' Church, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, June0th and Gth. Admission 15c. uiyflMJot'S JlOU CINCINNATI AND IN-, ir-a* ? ' TEKMED1ATE POINTS. le light draft and iwlft Passenger SUsuner (In placo of Andes) IUKIER ...Jack IIabrisom, Muter, El>. Muiilkuan, Clerk, ill 1i>iivo as abovo oil Tuesday, Juns Cth, at 3 dock v. m., promptly. For freight or passage apply on board or to |e4 C. U. H(H/1H A SUN, Agents. O. (). F.-FUNEUAL NOTICE. Iho members of Centennial Lodjro, No. 81, are rehy summoned to meet in their Hall, McLnln'a #ek, corner of Market and Twelfth streets, on icsday, Junefith, 1877. at two o'clock, afternoon, pay flic lift tribute of respect to Brother W. F. ollenwetier, our worthy V. U. Members of all ter Lodges in good Hauling are respectfully Inted to attend. |e4 J. K HPOHE3. N.?. 1ABD OF THANKS. J The members of the H. N. Mertz Literary Bocietender their thanks to all that asiisted them in etr entertainment, especially Mr. Fred. Vtoweg's chestra for their excellent nitric. .IAS MIX, JOSEPH DEVINE, WM. BIIOCKEY, Jt?4* Committee. OUR O VV N WATC H7 The full Jeweled Watch Imported directly from iroj>e, bearing our flnnname, rannotbe excelled .. - ..-UKO nuiu-|nrv?. iiv iitTU nunurfUH <il atitnonlali atUnllnj; their merit* Alio, Amcrln Wntchcs, Jewelry, Clocks. Silver and Hlvcr atcd Wore, hi?ei uclea. dc., Ac, at 1101 Main St. U*. Hue Waichta and Clock* repaired, tct OXTOBY A UUFFIELD. no THE PUBLIC. I hereby give notico to the public generally, and merchants In particular, tint I will pay nodcbti ireafter contrided by iuy wife, Mnruaret I'.uaacl, WM. F. RUSSKLL, H? No. 4G0I Wool fit. JERKIES. Tor Strawberries, get one ot those KCtohed Glass Bowls. ecidedly tho most beautiful Cowl out. CUMMINS & WOODS, Je4 1142 Mais strktt. ARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY AT J os. Speidel & Go's, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sell tho celebrated VIENNA FLOUR, to best Flour In the market. Also, Bole gents for GUIDING STAR and PIICEIX. made bv Ralston. Hull A- f!rt. very Barrel of Flour Warranted. IIEADQUARTEUS FOE GROCERIES f nil kinds, afWholcsolo only. Merchant* ill find It to their advantage to examine ur stock before purchasing elsewhtre. 1416 Mala &. I4!7 Sooth Streets, DOUBLE IRON FRONT. H )ETEB W. ROSLEY, WU0LB4L* DEALJCH W ANCY GROCERIES, innctl Goods, Foreign >nd Domestic Fruits, Tobaccos, Clear*. Twu, Cbeoe, Ac. Also, MANUFACTURER OF CANDIES, No. 1324 MARKET STREET, p27 WhwIlnB.W.Vi. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Geo. R. Taylor & Co. Sonne and Summer Stock! I V SILKS & DRESS GOODS. BLACK BILKS?Beat Uakca, Cheap, COLORED SILKS?la all Shailet. DAMA8SEE HII.KS-Black and Cola. SILK BROCADES?Black and Cola. SILK GRENADINES?Black and Cola. FISnNET GRENADINES, in Black. BROCADE GRENADINES, In Black. HUNTED ORGANDIES, tmrwrtm i rwtrv T iWKfl PRINTED JACKONET LAWNS. PRINTED BATISTE. ZEPHYR CLOTH.; KNICKERBOCKER GRENADINES. PLAID LINEN GRENADINES) PERSIAN SUITINGS, COLORED CRETONNES, GRAY MOHAIRS, MATELASSEE MOIIAIES, MATELASSEE^BAGE, GREY DEBAGE, BL'K AND COL. MOIIAIRS, FRENCH CHINTZES, AMERICAN CHINTZES, LINEN SUITINGS, Ac., dc. MOURNING GOODS. IJLACK HENRIETTA CLOTH, BLACK TAMISE, BLACK CASHMERES,**. BLACK CANTON CLOTH, BLACK BATISTE, BLACK LINEN LAWN, BLACK AND WHITE ORGANDIES. FANCY GOODS. LACE SCARFS, LACE BIBS, LACE COLLARETTES, LACE TIES, LACE NECKLACES, LACE VEILS, EMB'D HAN'KFS, SILK HAN'KFS, FANS, PURSES, REVERSIBLE TIES, Ac. DOLMANS. DOLMAN SUITS,! PERCALE SUITS, SHAWL?, DOLMAN SHAWLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS. Housekeeping Goods. IURNSLEY TABLE LINEN, BARNSLEY TABLE NAPKINS, I'AKlJlNAL TABLE DAMASK, ROMAN TABIJ-: DAMASK, 10-1 TWILLED SHEETINGS, 104 PLAIN SHEETINGS, 104 LINEN SHEETINGS, PILLOW LIKENS?nil wMtlw, DAMASK TOWELS, HUCKABUC TO WEI A Harris' Seamless] Kid Gloves. LISLE THREAD GLOVES, BLACK LACE MITTS, COLORED LISLE THREAD HOSE, COLORED BALBRIGGAN HOSE, MISSES' COLORED nOSE, FRENCH CORSETS, ROMAN CORSETS, LADIES' CAMBRIC UNDEDWEAR, CAMBRIC NIGRT DRESSES. CAMBRIC TOILET 8ACQUES. French Dressmaking. Thin Department being under the man* agement of MADAME MAHE, we can guarantee satisfaction In every particular. Prices lower than the same work and style arc furnished in New York. GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO. ?p21 DRY QOODS. SECONDSTOCK I ' ) WE AUK NOW OrBNIKO OUn 8IC0KD , STOCK 07 W GOODS FOB Spring and Summer! Including many new it ml seasonnblo FABRICS! The Trade will find OUR STOCK The Cleanest and Best Selected in the City, C.T.BRUES. rov2 SIMILES! v^uoice oeiccuoQ 01 new aiocK 01 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. Wc are now receiving and have for sale the Cheapest and Best CARPET in the city for the price. We guarantee to sell a better Carpet for LESS 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. y I No. 2006 Malo Street, nptO CENTRE WHEELING. pURE PARIS GREEK? FOR. POTATO BUGS. | at HANES, WILSON * CO.8, 1228 Market 8t, below MoLurc House. my25 pURE TARI3 OREEN] And other IF AI3STTS! Bold cheap at HANES, WILSON & CO.8, 1228 Market Strkkt. niy25 Time table wheeling a elm grove R. w. CO., in effect on and alter Friday, Mar a, 1877: 7 Leare Wheeling? Lcare Stamra'a? 0:25 a. y. f:60 a. m. 7:15 " 7:40 ? ?;05 ?? 8..T0 " 8:55 ' 9:20 " 9:43 M 10:10 " 10:3J ' 1100 11:25 ? 11:50 ? 12:15 r. M. 12:40 P. If. 1:C5 1:JM) ' 1:55 ? 2:20 ? I 2:45 11 3:10 " 8:85 ? 4.-00 ? 4:25 ' 4:50 ' I 5:15 41 5:40 C:W ? u jjo M 6:55 " T% ? 7:15 " 8:10 " 9:25 " UNDERTAKING. BURIAL CASES OF ALL Klunt awn ?(>* CORPSES CHEMICALLY PRESKBVED. Gilt, iwiwertf st all hours from tho 8tore. I WM. ZINK& SON, ' w"h'X'?M.?r**"" Vmh *"? QAA BA08 RIO COFFEE ?Uu For Hal? bf I lojll LWT, DAVES POET d TAIIKS. FOR SALE. I 0OMMI881ONERS' BALK. J In the Municipal Court of Wheeling. Hun Button anil olheta, (no. J. Jcnee.adm'rof Jno.BIahop, ln Clunccry* dee'd and others. 1-ytlrtueof adecreeln the above entitled cause, _J entered by uid court on the 'ilat darol May. 1877, >he undersigned, M pedal CouiuiUaloner, will, on T FRIDAY, THE 13TH DAY OF JUNE, 1877, Jbeglnnlcg at 10 o'clock, A. v., precced to eeU at public auction, to the highest Udder, at tho front * doorof the Court Houae of Ohio county, in tho " city of Wheeling, tho following dtsrrlbed real et- Pi late, altuate on the eaat aide of Main atreet, b^ " iwren 10th end Uth atreeta, In uld dty,aud ' bounded aa follows: Beginning at a Point on the .1 mat aide of Main atreet, 1M feet and 11 inchee (W < 11.12) south of the eouth corner of Market alley, L ind eaat Main itreet; thence eouth with Maiu itreet 82 ket and 'J inchee (34W2): thence east In natrakht linn parallel with aald Market alley to the alley in the rear of aald properly; thence north with the raid laat mentioned alley 82 feet and V Inchee (82IM2); thence west In a atraUht line to tlm till in of luirlnnlmr. touethnr with tliA rlirht tn um tho party will ou tho north aids ot Mid parcel _ ?f laud. On lh? abovo described laml is eroded a -1 large three-story bilck building, known u the ree- .1 ldenceoflh?late John Bishop. tald pro|?rty will " be aold subject to a letse of Jama F. Kuox of the itore room and cellar tbeieuoder. Tkbmi o? Balk?One-third of Oie purchaie money In cash on the duy 0/ sale, oue-thlrd In atx months, and the residue In twelve tnontha tram Jar of dale, the purchaser giving his note with 0t approved pertonal securit y lor said deferred pay* _ tnenta anu interest, and the titlo to be retnlued uu- -1 U1 the pnrchaso money shall It wild In full. ^ .J JOHN J. J ON by, " mfU Kpcclsl CominUsloner. QOMMISSIONKU'S BALE. In tho Mun clp*l Court of Whcelta*. VfUUna J. Hull ) _ _ va. >ln Clianecry. T Fauny D. Hall and others.J 1 The undersigned Special CoratnUaloner Jiereby ' gives notice that by Tlrtue of the nuthorltjrventeU J[ In him by a decreo uiado by said Court In said cnusoon the 4th day of April, 1877, lie will on, TUESDAY, the 22d day of May, 1877, Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., proceed to sell at public auction at the front doorof the Court ilouie n of Ohio county, West Virginia. In tho city ? of Wheeling, tho following described real estato T iltuste lu Mid city, county aud fctate, that Is to I aay: Part of lot No 10 in tquare No. 24 of the ltellalto addition tosald city, beginning for said part of uud lot at the soulbwtrt corner of said lot on Jacob street, formerly Rxth street, at the point of intersection of an alley with said street; tlience running northwardly with the eastern boundsry nt right uuglrs with aald street alxty feet tbe wldtu ? of aald lot; tlicnco southwardly and parallel with T Jacob street thirty foot to thu north boundary Una 1 of raid alley: thence with tho north lino of the alley lo the place of beginning, bald part of aald /. lot fronting thirty feet on Jacob atreet, and running lack of tlut width aixty feet, and having a brick house thereon. Hi tfald dccreu provide* that tlio aalo shall ineludo tho dower right of tfarah Jane Kelfor, who waa widow of Win. Hull, dee'd, in Mild part lot. Tkrus ok Balk?One-third of the purchase money,or ro much more us tho purchaser may ? elect to pay, ln caah. the remainder in two equal installments payablo six and twelve montha rm \ ancctlvcly after tbe dato of aale, with Interest from . that dato, the purchaser giving hla bond with ap- Jl proved ]>ersonal aecurlty for each of aald Instalments and interest aa aforesaid, and the tltlo to tbe property to be reUlned until the whole of tbo purcbase money la paid. ueoboe b. cai.hwell, p Kpcclal Commlaaloner. j. c. Hkbvky, Auctioneer. ap'-'o / J ho above sale Is adjourned until Tuesday. June \ S, 1877, at 10 o'clock a. m. GKOBGE B. CALDWELL, my23 Special Commlaalooer. QOMMISSIONEIIS' SALE OP TEE CENTRAL HOTEL. In the Municipal Court of Wheeling. Elijah Marling, Sr., ) vs. \ In Chancery. John Robrccht, et al. ) The underilgned Special Commlasloners hereby n give notice that, by virtue of tbe authority vested u ln them by n decree made hy aald Court in said causo on the 23d day of March, A. D. 1877, they will on uiTtmniv Timn irii. * r? io-i i Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. proceed to tell at J Subllc auction to tho highest bidder, at the front oorof the Court House of Ohio county. In the city of Wheeling, In the 8taU? cf West Virginia, the following dticribed real estate in aald city, county and state, situate at the north cast corner *j of Fourteenth and Water streets, and bounded m follows: Beginning at said corner and running thenco north with Water atreet one hundred feet; " thence running cast by a lino parallel with Four* ' teenth street eighty jeet to an open space; thence J with the west lino of aald open space south twentytwo feet; thenco oast by a lino parallel with Fourteenth street to an alley; thence south with tho west line of said alley seventy-eight feet to Four- Q teenth street; thence west with tho north lino of said Fourteenth street to tho place of beginning, together with the right to use said alley on the east a< a'.do of aald property In common with other assig- ne?! of James and James It. Baker. -* On above described land is that elegant and well I located Hotel now occupied by said John Itobrecht, * and called the Central Hotel. Tkrms or .Salk?Ono-third, or as much moro of the purchaso money as the purchasomuay elect to pay, cash on the day of sale, and for tho residue of the purchase money tho purchaser to giro his bonds with approved |?ersonal security, dated on the day e> of aalo and bearing interest irotn that day, each for ouc-third of said residuo and payable twelve, f eighteen and twenty-four months respectively I after their date, and tho titlo to bo retained until payment of tho purchase money in full. WILLIAM P. HUBBARD, ALFRED CALDWELL, J. C. IlKRVKY, Auctioneer. my 12 In rc I - v _| .l- JTBBT^^WI PJ WHITE LEAD.' _ 3 E. F". HAY, Paints, Oils, Glass, Sash, Doors, and PAINTERS' SUPPLIES, 7 al No. 1211 Main Street, Wheeling, W. Va. 12 ro FOR HALE-ARMSTRONG & McKELYY'S ^ SUPERIOR BRAND ?p WHITE LEAD. * Whit Palntwa Say About this Lead. A Daytom, Ohio, April 17,1877. -i Wc, the undrraiRooil. do hrrebjr certify that we ba?o used Armitroai ? McKtlry's Hirlctly Pure WMln I Mil. ?n,l ? n?.l .. !L i iT. * PiUD(1t flnpr, coTcni more aurfact. ril ??r?1'xxl7? Uun any we hare eTer used. (Signed byj John it. Dkmi*sky, Sign lunl Carriage Painter. Sc IUitjtr A Firm, Painters and Paper llancors. . ^ J. A. Lido, Hi Painter and Paper Ilanccr. A. P. HAMOTT, ... - "'y*8 Jlouae and blgn Painter. Jjj THE HYCEIA HOTEL, OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. i?9 of Fort Monroe. Open rill tho year. Npedal attraction! lor summer, with f ??plo capacity lor 600 pueata. Ha? all modern V. Improwmenta. Six dally malla and telegraph iSjcc. HfUcn to twenty fint-clau iteam?n land laUy (exctpt Bunday), 160 yanli from the door. . Superior Leachi for bathing at door itena and good A irom Mar until Nnvcmt- r iLv>iin., fe.>.in? an.i ._ Wring specially nttractlro bend lor circular de- 12 criblug bygleuic advantages, terras, At. mj? H. PHOEBUS, Prop. 1 R0FE8SI0NAL CARDS. JOBEBT WIUTE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WHERUNO, W. VA. Drnci-AllorMjr Utnml'e UBci, Capitol, nrta y:NTI8TBY. We KlrlM all thoee wanting Denthtrr, II on DR. OABMIEE, when th.-y cm tur.iJJj tncted wllliout the illglmt i?ln in,| ?? Jjft it In not to lie known [rem the Mtunl t~ib in bo worn with comfort end me. AI| 11 irranted. onlre-Ho. ? Fourteenth itrntTS? T ot MtrkPi. ^ l B. CALDWELL, Attorney at Liiw, 1220 CluruxH 8t. Practice! In all ContU. npio OI1N J. JACOB, attorney at law. Office In People'# Bank Building, corner Main nnri Twelfth ntreotn. npfl r DALLAS EWINQ, ' attorney at law, No. 04 Twelfth St., de? WIIEELINO, W.VA. J. W. COWDEN, Lttornoy u t 1, n w. Offlco-No. 1222 Ciiafijnk Kt., WUEELINU, W. VJL rromi't attention to all business entniitnl to my ro. it?7 J II. COCHRAN, /vtiuniu^ UX JUnw, 1220 Ciupunr Street, fcl WnEEHNO, W, VA. ylLLIAM EUSKINE, Lttornoy at Lnw, Office or tho la to C. W. B. Allison, No. lUOChip. 10 street, Wheeling, W. Va. Will practice la tfic Btato and Federal Courts. BENJAMIN 8. AUWON, Notait Pciuc. Office u aliove. 1IM8 ^yiLLIAM PHILIPS, latioe of the Peioe & Real Eitate Agent, NO, 60 TwBJmi Sr., Wnmtuko. Collodions of all kinds made abd imxw.li romptly remitted. j*s Tc. OLMSTED, M.D., HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, G?nc*-No. m Fotbtkitxh Sx. W11EKLINO, W. VA. Ofllco Hours-8 to 10 A. M. 1 to n p. u. dr'i H. HEAKNE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. flicc with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market Street. Office up stair*. au30 ja nibu uAii n , ATTORNEY AT LAW. b. 1318 Market Btreet, (over City Bank,) <e4 Wheeling, W. Va. jl J. IIUGUB, Attorney at Law. ffice 71 Twelfth Sired, Wheeling, IP, \'a. Practices in the Court* of Ohio, ManbalJ ad Tyler counties, W. Va. novlT A N I E L I' E CK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1404 Chapline Street, Wheeling u u 19 INCH & THOMPSON, J ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 1205 CUAPLUfK BTREKT. Room No. 1 Odd Fellow*' Building-up lUlri. iur23 anir>/-<T A T iommunication to Gentlemen FROM H. LINGEN, Merchant Tailor. Determining to closc out my entire Mock I GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, for ic purpose of discontinuing that branch [ my business, I therefore offer to the ublic my entire stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods AT A REDUCED PRICE. This is done for tho reason that my rged Merchant Tailoring Custom Trail* iquiresmy undivided attention. ? i ? ?i? ? n....iManl lercnani 9 aiiormg ui;paniiio??Having received in)* whole itock ti PBING and SUilMEK WOOLENS. *r am prepared to make up to measure nl! Tool Cassimero Suitings from $1S CKJ uparda. With a large wtock of the most ?!?? rablo goods on hand and facilities f?' rning out the most Fashionable Clothing cau guarantee perfect satisfaction to a!' istomera. Give me a call. EI. LIZBTG-EH, MERCHANT TAILOR, my28 1220 MarkH JOAKDim A pleasant Front Room on second floor, litable for a gentleman and his wifcila;' shed or unfurnished. Also, four j?c en enn be accommodated with n com'"*' ilo borne, board and lodging. Bedroom by 10, one bed in each room. liooJ1)1 v om, supplied with cold and hot w?jtf largo front sitting room down specially for the boarders. Table furD'' [ with tho best the market afford'Apply at 128 Sixteenth St. "1^1:? ^JORE NOVELTIES IN rEWKLB V! JUST RECEIVED. Beautiful COXCII SHELL GOODS, in arf Finn and Ear Ringn. 311,VEL FILIGREE NECKLACES, ngs to match. .More of those Beautiful FBENClI HLf ^ DODS, and u great Variety of l'ari*i*n jvelties. Call early. TURNER & DILLON, if? IHILDBEN'8 / carriages pcciality. I'rices to suit all clawei at th Street Variety Store, No. 38. aiySl WM. MING OTCOU, Untpr.