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PIIEW A OA M 1' HEX. I.,
fCBUSMMS AWD rHOPWltOM.
Till IWDAV, JUNE II, 1H77.
Tranalualou ol Hlootl.
A sad caso occurred lateljr in Liverpool,
England, which, if it does not shake
the confidence of physicians in thLs much
esteemed practice of economical surgery,
will be a lesson to them to use the utmost
discrimination and caution in it* applications.
The chief operator, Dr. Kuibton
Parker, is a medical man of extensive
|>l>v??.s Hliumill.il 1UVHI U1BWMVUUII. 1IC
bad a patient, who wan Buffering for vrant
of blood, and concluded to try the efficacy
of transfusing blood and cant about for a
healthy man who would bo willing to
apply it. ili* friend and colleague, Dr.
Thomas, undertook to find such a person,
and the renult was that a Mr. William*,
a man about 32 years of age, of full, robust
habit, and engaged as a shipping
clerk in tho uitv, offered to supply the
blood for this purpose. He does not
seem to have been led to thia by any
pecuniary motive; but that bo thought
ha would feel the better for the loss of
some blood, and because he underatood
that he would bo benefitting another.
The method of operation employed on
this occasion haa been severely criticised
by Homo physicians, but had ihe confidence
of I)r. Parker. The invention
used was Dr. Aveling's in which a pipe
is directly introduced into the veins of
the one from whoui the blood is to l?e
upplied. The result was death, which
occurred shortly * after from erysipelas,
induced by the operation. It seems by
the testimony brought forward in this
ewe, that no inquiries were made an to
the man's previous health or habits, or
whether he was a tit Bubject for such experiment.
And, again, that these physicians
took no further interest to ascertain
whether ho had received injury or
not from it. The verdict rendered by
the jury, was to the effect " that sufficient
inquiry was not made as to the habits
of the deceased, or his physical condition,
and that he did not rcceive
sufficient warning from these medical
men of tho rink ho was running."
This treatment is not likely to bo abandoned
in Hurgcry, but it is to l>e hoped
that this sad case will lead all applying it
hereafter to more rigid scrutiny, anil
more care about the consequencer.
The internal revenue returns indicate
n considerable consumption of beer in the
United States. During 187G a tax rate of
$1 per barrel brought into the national
treasury $9,159,075. This is an increase
of $415,931 over the receipts of the previous
jear, showing eather a more honest
return of the manufacture of fermented
liquors or else a considerable ir.crea.se in
consumption. Doubtless the increase is
mainly duo to an enlarged demand. This
is not a token of an improved purchasing
capacity on the part of the people. They
have been driven todrinkingbeer in place
of costlier and more hurtful beverages.
iMiimo.vr.
Sunday Kcliool Amiivorsiiry?A
Itarbcctto in 1'rONpcct?'Tidings
Irnm mi AIiMConding ltaulc
CI <>rU-Soldier*' Meeting, Ktr,,
Elf.
Fairmont, June 12,1877.
Iutclllj'.cncrr:
On tSunday last, the 10th in?t.(the Sunday
School of the Methodist Protestant
Church, of this town, celebrated its forty-second
anniversary. The church was
uavly and elegantly decorated with beau
iiful flowers. A large crowd assembled,
morn in);, and evening, to witness and
enjoy the exercifep, which consisted of
ringing, recitations and brief add rentes.
The prominent speakers wero Governor
Pierpoint, Dr. W. W. Granger, Prof. T.
C. Miller ami lion. JohnS. Lames. The
audience teemed highly delighted and
entertained with the exercises.
The Sunday School wa? organized Home
time in 1835, and has ever since enjoyed
a high reputation for usefulness. It now
rankH amongst the most nourishing institutions
of the kind in this country. Its
anniterbary,thiH time, was fraught with
unusual interest, occurring as it did, so
noon after the union of the Methodist
and Methodist Protestant Churches. The
Methodist Church, it should be remembered,
was formerly a branch of the
Methodist Protestant Church, the pep*
aration growingout of the parent church
having retained the word "white" in its
hook of discipline after the abolition of
the institution of slavery by the General
Government. .Now, however, that n reconciliation
has been afl'ected,that the word
"white," thus making the negro two bodies
have united in expunging the equal lieforc
tho law?the Sabbath school teachers and
scholars commemorated not only the
forlv-swnr.d nnnivpranrv n(
but rejoiced in hand-clasping over the
settlement of the difficulty which had
divided and estranged the member* of
their church for the j?a?*t fifteen years.
It in u noted and noticeable fact that
the Protectant** of the United States, in
the past ten or fifteen years, have been
giving Sabbath school work moro time
and attention than ever before in the
history of the nation. It is a matter of
congratulation that our own State is not
' gpit'g behind it* *i*ter States of the
Union in this respcct. Sunday schools
and Sunday school conventions are receiving
as much attention by the peoplo
of our State now tin churches and camp- .
meetings did in tho earlier times of which
we read. Indeed, it is now conccded
that Sunday Schools aro the nurseries
from which churches aro transplanted.
They aro tho great iourceto which Protestant
America must look for it* safety
against tho teachings of the Roman Catholic
religion. But for the careful and
rigid manner in which the Catholic
Church disciplines and catechises its infant
members in its creed, it would not
likely ho as formidable as it in. So thorough
is that church in this respect that
its most humble and unlettered adherents
can give a reason or explanation for the
faith which they profess.
And right here, if 1 may be permitted
to digress a little, let me ask, who arc the
Catholic* t This may appear like a grave
question, out it can ue answered. The ,
Pagan religion wax, A. D. 384, abolished i
throughout the Roman Empire, by a de- 1
cree of the Emperor Constantine tlie !
Great. In itsplace the ChaistianChnrch ;
was established. At the Council uf Nice, i
in the tear Arianism was condemn- i
ed, and the orthodox religion declared to i
be the Catholic religion of the .Empire, i
The word "Catholic," aa you aro aware, :
signifies universal; consequently the
Christian Church wm called the Universal
Church, or the Catholic Church. I
In the year COO. however, the Roman '
Church separated from the Universal or i
Catholic Church, and became apostate? <
adhered to a Pope and worshipped images, i
For this reason, if 1 understand analogy,
the Roman Church then became a Popish
Church. J f not, why not? We call
the churchjthat is ruled by Presbyterians
the Presbyterian Church; tbo church that i
is ruled by Bishops the Episcopal Church; ;
and why not, then, call the church that
is ruled by the Pope the Popish Church?
1 don't think the Popish Church has any I
more right to the title of Catholic?Uni- <
vernal?than a Hottentot haa to be called
the <Juccn of England. But the Popiah
Church never waa Universal* She waa
not known in Ireland until the year 1172;
nor in England and Soctlaml until in the
ninth and tenth centuries. She wai never
recognized by the ancicnt Irish Church;
by the G'oldeea of Scotland; by the Britons
of England; by the Lollard#; by the i
Hussite*; by tho 'Waldewiana: by the
Albigensianr, by the Greek Church; by 1
the American Church; by the Syrian 1
Church, and bv the Protectant Churches
in Sweden and Norwav, Denmark, Germany,
Switzerland, France, Scotland,
England, Ireland, South Africa, Asia,
Australia and America.
The Protestants of America, no far an
doctrine is concerned, are a much nearer
approach to a truly Catholic Church than
the Koman Church. The misguided
follower* of tho erovtd bishops of the
United Statea are not Catholic*, but Papints.
Now let me a*k pardon for thia
apparently inienueu uiru?i at mo uuno*
lie brethren. I beg leave to nay that in
writing the foregoing in regard to who
are tlie."Catholics." 1 ws* not prompted
by any unkind feeling or sectarian spirit
toward that body of Christiana. I merely
wished to give thing* their right names.
If you have occasion to speak of or to
Catholic* an a Christian body, call them
Papists, their honest and true name.
Mr. K. W. Shurtlefl', of Locuat Avenue,
West Fairmont, promises the people at
large to give them an old*fashioneu bar*
bacue at hit celebrated "Pleasure Gardens"
on the Fourth of July. A roasted
ox, music, dancing and speech-making
*ill l>e the order of the day. Colonel
Ben. Wilson, Fontain Smith, Esq.,
Jatnes Morrow, jr., and several
gentlemen from Wheeling are expected
to be present to speak to the people. A
good time generally is anticipated. By
the way, if Col. Ben. Wilson speaks here
on the occasion named it will bo au ex
cellent opportunity for hint to put in an
oar ior Clarksburg for the future Capital.
The "Ulorioun Fourth" and the
"Heroes of Seventy-six" would make first
rate seasoning for a s|*eeh on the Capital
question. 1 think the Ho/ifUr ought to
be ashamed it in intimation that the
Republican* favor Clarksburg for the
Capital a* a punishment to the I)emo*
crat* of the Third District, when it sees
such sterling and honored Democrats as
Col. Ben. Wilson in the field for that
point. The ]{tgi*lcr knows that politics
Lave nothing to do with the question of
locating the Capital; that some of the
leading, inlluential Democrats of the
State arc among tho greatest advocates
that Clarksburg has.
About six or seven weeks ago Edwin
L. Compton, a teller in tho First National
Bank of this place, left his place of
business to visit friends in Harrisonburg,
Va., but did not return, to the bank or
report his whereabouts in due time. Investigation
proved that tho young man
had not becu Worthy of the confidence of
the bank or community, and on this account
he had absconded, lie took from
the bank and borrowed from his friend*
sums of money amounting to near ?.'100.
No word could bo heard from him from
any quarter, and ho was accordingly
given up as having absconded and secreted
him-elf to avoid the shame and punishment
of his misdeeds. On last Sunday,
however, the cashier of the bank,
Mr. Jo-eph K. Sands, received a letter
from him, postmarked New York, in
which ho acknowledges his baclnefa, and
expresses himself as truly sorry for
having betrayed the great confidence repoced
in hiui l>y his employers and the
high circle of friends in which he moved.
The only remarkable featuro in this afI
fair is that the young man could get the
consent of hi* mind to sell his character
so cheaply. Lut for hid absenting himself
from the country, nothing that
he did would have been regarded
as criminal. It is proper to
state here that he has returned some
clothing and other articles which he had
borrowed and purchased on credit. Taking
everything connected with the casn
into consideration, it really appears as if
the young man was laboring under insanity
at the time he determined upon a dissolute
life. lie had hitherto stood high
in the estimation of this community, and
promised to be a man of great business
capacity and usefulness in the future.
In my letter to the Intelligencer of
the Sth inst., I made a mistake in announcing
the time of the meeting of the
Union soldiers at this place. Although
1 deprecated the object of the meeting,
for rpjisoim which 1 pnvn. I hml nn intnn.
tion of misleading the public as to (lie
lime of the meeting. I should have said
the meeting of the 2d inst. ndjourned
to meet again on Saturday, tlie 10th
innt., instead of tho liolh, an it
wan printed. The error was no doubt
committed by the compositor, as the formation
of the sentence clearly indicates.
For instance, there is no Saturday, the
25th, in this month. At any rate, I now
say the meeting will bo held at tho Court
Ilourc, thin place, Saturday, Juno ltfth.
1 still, however, deprecate tho object of
tho meeting. I still fail to see the necessity
for tlli? Union soldiers holding a
meeting for tho purpose of organizing
themselves for mutual protection. But
as I gave my objections to such a move- 1
ment in my letter preceding this, 1 shall
not repeat them here.
On lu-t night there was a "parlor entertainment"
at the Town Hall, which
which was largely attended. Tho exercises
were literary and musical in their
character. The proceeds of tho entertainment
are intended to aid the Masonic
Society of this town in erecting their con- 1
template! new hall. j
Tho Vlrfjininn of last week, I notice,
still frota itself over its awkward position
on tho Capital question; still avers
that it now in, always was, and ever expects
t?j Ik?, for Clarksburg; still contends
that its cotemporaries, and a certaiucorrespondent
of the Fairmont Index, inifiquoted
and misconstrued itH articles, Ac.
unfortunate nr<pnui/t! Poor (truly
Breaking) J'irt/inianJ It twits ine, also,
for misrepresenting it) position on the
Capital question. If tho Virginian men
were always advocates for Clarksburg
they have certainly been most uufortunate
in making themselves so understood.
Of course, they no doubt feel a little soro
after having "bcen^coerced into the support
of Clarksburg, but if they will only
posess their souls in peace until their
soro place quits hurting, they will feel
ever so much better. They will thank
every one that had a hand in forcing
them to do their duty?in urging them
to obey tho will of the people whom they
pretend to serve.
But I ?*k'd not their oAl explanation, .
Or jik-djM of tiuth?no, not I;
Tnpy're tito greatest huiulnmi la tho nation,
Therefore I adjourn tine die.
Since the rccent rain, everything in
tho vegetable line looks splendidly in
this section. Tho prospect for fruit is
better than last year, unless the apple
crop should prove an exception.
PuzLurs.
Nome tieutlewcu-Furmcr*.
New York Utter to Rocheiter Democrat.
Secretary Evarta' Vermout farm is said
to exhaust tho^ best part of his income.
iic u*?a .v-.v-iu/ iivnu oi wuuc.-uv Hiiecp,
<ixteen howef, and twenty-five Bwine. "
Ihc extent of land is SOO acres. Lastyear .
LiOO tons of hay were cut, costing the pro- 1
prietor not much more than doublo the \
market price. More than 2,000 bushels ,
of corn were raised at an estimate loss of J
50 cents a pound, and, therefore, ought
to bo ot good quality. Ilia pork is csti
tuatcd at 20 cents a pound, and chickens j
lit S3 a pair.
Beecher last year raised about 35,000
bushels of onions on his peekakill farm,
i'hey cost him $1.50 a bushel, according '
lo estimate, ami as the market in this 1
:ity was $1, any one can see how ranch he ]
made. Bocchcr can send beef to tho New
York market at 50 cent* a'pound, and can
raise oats at as low a mark as $2 a bushel.
His butter is reckoned at $1.25 a pound,
and bin cggn nt 75 cento a dozen, lie
cleared $40,000 by lecturing last winter,
and if he maintains such an income he
will be able to continue farming. 1
Gough lectures fivo times a week, his
teo being $200. Ho has a farm in wor- ?
jester, "wnich at one timo contained 175
acres. Hshaa no children, but hisexpen<
nea are verv heavy, and, to bring matters
in a snug ahape, he aold a part olhia laud,
and reduced the farm to 125 acre*, which
in aa extensive an hi* income will admit.
A few vears ago hia wife, who wan a Yankee
girl, undertook to ralae finer fowls,
which iome 117 are very profitable. She
Kot up a very nice variety, and at a rather
reaaonable expense, for the Shanghais
did not coat more than $75 a pair. The
Cochin China* were a little cheaper, and
bantama could be rated at from $25 to$40.
After stocking the place with theaoTare
birds, UourIi, it 11 Raid, found tbat if they
were to be kept up he would "be obliged"
to Iccture on Sundays a? well aa otf week
day* to make a living. When it coat $15
to winter a chicken a man needn a good
income. The .system was, therefore,
changed; the fowlea were abolished, and
regular crops were tried with decided sue*
ccm. Aa long aa Gough's rye does not coat
inoro than $5 per buahel, and the other
cropa are kept at an equallv reduced rate,
bin present inoome will enable him to live
in n very decent mannar'. There in nothing
liko a farming life for men who have
plenty of money.
The W(tl Virginia Medical bdudnti in
temporarily aunpended?not from want of
support, but becaiiHe of aicknenn of tho
editor and other cansea beyond bin con
irol.? I irgima Medical Monthly,
\ I'olnt on Which the Doctor*
ARrcn
Physicians who have tested IToitetter's
Stomach Bittern concur in representing it
to lie an tminetky taft tiimulant. far preferable
to the ordinury liquors or commerce,
not only became it is medicated, but because
it in infinitely pure, lu alcoholic
basia is the finest old rye, and thin is tempered
aud rendered medicinal by tbo curative
ingredient* of botanic origin which it
holds in solution. It has often been imitated,
but never rivalled, and is to-day the
leading tonic, diuretic and aperient of
America. Malarial fever* are prevented
and remedied l>y it, and it is a thorougly reliable
medicine in cusesof dyspepsia, constipation,
liver complaint,* rheumatism,
gout, nervousness, urinary and uterine affections.
It improves the appetite, iucreases
the bodily stamina, cheeks premature
decay, aud as a sustaining and comforting
cordial for tho aged and infirm is unbundled.
eodAw
X. II. VAN OLRVE.
UNDERTAKING
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
OF ALL SIZFt?.
SHROUDS, GLOVES, CRAPE,Ac.
/STCalls promptly answered at A. R.
MOHCUKAI) A GO'S Furnituro ami Carpet
r.oomv,
I jell 1117 Mais Strict.
TRAVELERS' ^GUIDET
hkpauturk or trai.ti
a.m. a.m. 1'. k. f. m.
!!. A .?. IS. K. ; 4.40 10-.86* 0:20 i'.
m.
Cent. O. I>lt ? 7:10 4:10) 9.15 W.r.
aH.DIv b:'D 6:20
a: v.
Of. A I'ittK 6:12 U:I7 3:27 6:02t
a1ikivai. ok tka1wm.
a. m. p. m. 1*. m. p. m.
11. A t?. It II 8:35 5:00 10:15
a.m.
Cent. DlT 5:40 UASf 7:23
W. P. .v B HI? 7:80 4:55
a.m. p.m. a.m.
Cler. A PlUs. 10:66 M8 8:29 '/.02t
t Daily extent funday?N e wark Arcoiomodat Ion.
JSi?utwn?lllo AtCMiuinodatlon.?TUla trulu dmIn*theday
p&ascabackward and forward between
Martin's Ferry and Bcllalre, itonplne when required
at Sherman llouae, iKtaatllie, \ve?t Wheeling
and Gravel Hill.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
.A. CABE.
To all who on- atiOl-rlng from the errors aud ludiscretions
of youth. ncrvoua weakuew, curly dccny,
loMof manhood, Ac;, I will need you artclpe
that wilPciiro you, FItEK OF CHAUUE. Tl.li
gnat remedy was ditcwcrtd by a lulaslomwy In
South America. Fend UMltaddrcned envelop to
the ItKV. Josm-n T. Inuan, MotionD, BilUllouu,
Arte York City. jR2iH>(idiw
Wheeling Female College.
COMMENCEMENT WEEK.
FRIDAY, Judo 8, - Examination! of Collie
(1 u?rn.
KUK DAY, .Tunc 10,?Bamlaurrato F.rmon l?cf.irf
tho Oru?lU?tinir Claw, hy Hrr. P. A. CunliliiKhaui,
1>. D., at First Prahyterlan Church at
MONDAY, June 11,-9 a. Examination! of
Collrsu da*#*.
?,'T^mr3r lh? Alumna AoucUtluii.
in Collie Mail.
TUl-aday, June 12,?1)C p. h., LsJiIUUod oJ
3v lndcrs?rlfu Hchool it Wle?e" Hill.
?L-Pr 1 <-'one?r? In Collfge Hall.
W?l>Nkil?AY, Jnno 15,-5 r.*.,Coiumi:iu?UHJit
*1 Hamilton Opera Ilotuo. . ?
WHEELING
'880. Fnr tho unn and P. 0.
",0'15 J0"?'K I'kcly to attend a busloe?
roll<v?, we will fnJ, |/?e, our iLLvuraaTKD
K.L^ViY!?UKN.Ah ,ntl 8l*cliaetu ?f Ornamental
tefin. fc vA,1''rw- J- M- **RASHK? A CO.,
wbedlng, W. yB. my 3-rod
fYALE LOCKS,
With Kraill flat ?trfl Keys,
ppllcab:e 1o nliuoot rvrry
uv.and fnrsilel.y nil HarUwiro
Dealer*.
A nwwl.il lln?? or DE?K,
1>KAWkU A CUPDOAltD
Yale Lock Mfg Co.
MISSY It TUWNE, I'm.
. 7'g?w uri lut ami wuiftia,
Stanford, Conn,
Salesroom, N?. 63 Chambers
tyty s,,? Nc* York.
y 4 tnyai^ol
DUPONT'S
Wheeling Powder Agency.
I hive at ill tlmesln Magazine a large
itcck of the above celebrated Powder,
(Iz: Rifle, Sporting (In Mm), Blaitlng
ind Mining, Id metallo package*, which
I will sell at wholeialeatma(itifaoturer'a
lrlots. I have Portable Magazines of
JilTerent alzet for shipping and will dellv*
sr free on oari or boat. Thla Powdir
s unequaled In strength and quality.
jell Itl. ItKUXY, Sole Agent.
\fEATS AND LARD?SUGAH
LTJ. Cured Canr?M*t Ham?, Sutc?r Cured Cinvuh
it Shoulder*, Burar Cured Canrjued Breakfaat 11aon,
Plain Shoulder*, Clear Side*,.'Sugar Cured L>rlud
te?f, frcah from amokc house dallj"; Kettle render<1
l.c?f l.nrd, In 'fierce*, Barrels aid Hnlf Barrels,
vfKinud Palls; all at lowest market rate*.
M. HKll.LT,
Jell ISO) and nil MUn Street.
SLATE ROOK
1* the
CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
FIRE-PROOF COVERINC
'or Brick or Frame Buildings. The different* In
nauraocu will pay the additional coat orer ililng lea.
*rlcc? beyond cvuipatllkra.
CYBUS M. YOCUJr,
afti-<Uw BT?c?t5vatii. O.
yy W. McCONNELL,
No. 155 FIFTEENTH STREET,
Manufacturer ol
?ard Barrels, Half Barrrls, Applo and Flour Barrel!,
Ham Tlrrcr*, Ulan Barrel* and
Casks, Butter etc.
WRKPAIIUNQ rilOiOTLY ATTENDED TO.
tnrtS-daw 1
NEW ADVERTI8EMENT8.
H~ OB8J3 FOK SALE.?I OFFER FOB
aale i bright Baj Mue, medium height, toar
tow old; quiet tod gmtln. Enquire at
JURI'ER'K RETAIL HAT STORE,
JaH* Cor. Main and Elaftath Sta.
WANTED ?EIGHT HUNDRED,
ato Fire Hundred Dollar*, on good ml oh
tato aeourltjr at 8 per cent- Addmi
JeM* tt.C. M? tlillOBcc
gA8E BALL.
At tbe FAIR GROUVD9, Villi) AY and SATURDAY,
JanalSthaud lflib.
CHAMPIOMS. ol Sprln&litld.
standards! of Wheeling
Oaint called at S:15 r, m. AdiuUaton. 25 centa.
I ad lea (re#. BoyHic. JaU
QltEAT BARGAIN'S IN
CARPETS,
AT
G. MENDEL, BOOTH A CO'S.
-JhIL..
yOTE OK THANKS."
The Lady Managora u( the Children'a
Home deaire to acknowledge the liberal donation
of Spring UuU to tho children of
the ilomc by Mr. A. 1* Rice. J el 4
^ EW AND ELEGANT DESlGNiTlN
WALL PAPERS,
Freico Bordera aud Decoratloua, received
daily at
A. W. PAULL A BBO'S,
lel-1 1142 Mai5 ht.
QET YOUR
PICTURE FRAMES
at ini
McL URK110 VSR ARTS TOXIC.
ThtOldeat In the cltjr. GreiUvt varletjr ul |?atterni;
b<it eir*rl<rac.?.
jtU R L NICOI.L
jpob ha1.kGOOD
TOI? BUOUY-fOH HALE CHEAP.
Apply to JAS. O HATEit,
_ JtU-eod 1131 Malntft.
rpOILET BETS/
.Some lieautiful ucw patterns in
TOILET SETS,
Just rouciveii at
CXIMMIN8 & WOODS',
jelS. 1h2 Mam SmEtrr.
AMERICAN WATCHE8.
Wo trc now receiving Urn addition to our itock
of American Watchca,and Icing conitltutedagcnta
in Wheeling for the Elgin and Waltham Watch
Compinlea, can olfcr rare Inducement* tobnrwra.
Also in atore a full llncot Foreign Watches, in gold
aud tllrer owes, and a choke assortment of Jewel*
rr, Chick*, Hll?cr and Silver Plated Ware, Spectacle*,
Gold Fens, Pencil*, Ac., at 1103 Main street
U'BJjfoclal attention given to repairing. Work
wanmwd. (JelS) OXTOBY A DUFFfELP.
STtPHENSON HOUSE
AX I)
SALINE MINERAL BATHS
ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO, CANADA,
(Eleven tallea from Nlnwra Fall*), opcna June 14.
K. K. WA UNI.U, Proprietor.
Also of McLure llouie, Wheeling, Wot V*.
je? :
gETDANY COLLEGE.
COMMENCEMENT WEEK.
TUESDAY, Juno 19th? Alumni D.?y. Ribinetx
Mwting 3 o'clock i*. 11.; public excrd??M
WEDNESDAY, Jure 20th-MectlDB of Truitm;
7% i*. v. Annual Exhibition ol Awcricun
lJterary Institute.
THURSDAY, Jufio 21sl?Commencement Dxj.
Commencement cx?'tclM? begin 'j no a. *?.; 7.3U v. 1
u. Annual Exhibition of Ncotiophlan Society.
jclS-dAW
GRAND PICNIC!
To Ikj fclvcii by the
F. A. BRITT BOAT CLUB,
AT LOCK WOOD'S NEW UROYK,
5AIUKUAY, JUNt IGlh, 1877, .
ON STEAMER TELEGRAM.
Tho beat will luue the wharf nt 7.30 a. m.; Jj
Belle Ijmding ut A o'clock; Mcnwood and Hcllulre
at 8:30 o'clock x. a. Kt-coud trip? Learoat 1 o'clock
P. M ; l.n fcello Landing nt 1:30 o'clock; Bcnwood
and lk'llaln* ?t 'I o'clock r. M. TirkotaMV; ladle*
ami Children '21c. Mtnlc by J. J. birch's Quadrille I
IIiihI. Jfl3_
QLD FRAMES ltfc'PAIBKD.
lum now |ircpaliod to HLPAIU AND RLlilLD
OLti KKa.MK-4, mooring the Iwtor broken orua- ,
lucntatlou. Conaldernble expeoM can be aaved,
and tho friunia art iu ercxy leijuct good aa new.
W. S. IIUTCHINS' Ml'SrCA AUT STOKK. *
jcia
gKALKD PROPOSAL!}.
Se.iled 1'ropwi In *11 lx? rrcclvid by the tmJerilgned,
nt the otHco of CUIsttu' Hallway Compauy,
up to 5 r. at. baturdiy, June 10, 1877, lor erectta*
a Car Home, Stable*, and Hay Houso. Plana and
specifications may bo ueen at the office of the Coin
jmoy ou and after this date. The Board reserves I
the right to reject any or all bids.
My order of the Board. SECRHrARY.
W ukkuxo, June 9, 1877. Jt9.
Books for european travelers.
a uanliu V1U1UU ?UIUIUIUU
Willi Mapa.At, Nltoo.,f2 00.
"Abroad ARalu"?Curtla Guild?A *l?ld account i
of European trarrf; cloth, $2 80. r
Note Hooka, Foreign Letter Pa pur, Card Caaca,
Pocket Ikwkn, de., iSc.
STANTON A DAY EN TORT,
jet) 44 Twelfth Street
95CKNT*
I liavu recutftl a largo autrtuicnt o(
MIACKUTS, WALL l'OCKCTS AND TABLE*
Which I will n il at Nluetj-ftro Cents.
JOHN PK1EDEL, I
JtV _ 1180 Main St. }
J D. PRAOER,
PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
Of Churches, Hnlli, Stores nod Dwellings
in PrtNCo and Plain Paper Hanging.
No. 42 l'ith 8t, WH EE LINO, W. VA.
my,M "
jjJNDERTAKING.
BURIAL CASES OF ALL KIN01 AND SIZES.
CORPSES CHEMICALLY PRESERVED.
Culls anitwerwl at all houra from tbo Store.
WM. ZINK & SON.
i Furniture ami Carpet Rootua, North End Ontrt
Whirling Market. Jr'J
JF YOU WANT P
FBESIl ROASTED 1
0L1) GOV. JAVA, l
YELI.OW RIO,
MARACAIRO, or "
LAGUAl'UA s
COFFEES, i
1 Go to THUBURN & HHPS'. J
Pineapple cheese, lunch ham
and Tongue, Chow Chow, Cauned Sal*
mon, Lobster, do.
Jetf TITOBURN & PRO:
JOIIN C. aClIULTZ, o
PLAIN AND VRNAXKSTAL,
SLATE ROOFKH, /
NO. 1IC ElOlITKtUtTll h'TRKKr.
All orderi protoptly Attended to. Impairingneat
y ilrtno tunl warranted. a|0
pGTER W. B08LKY, r"
WIIOIilCHkl.K PKALKH IN
FANCY GROCERIES, ?
Canned Uoodi, F?r*l?n and Douiratlc Fiulta,To* c
Urn*. Ci?r?. Tea*. CliCt*', Ac. n
Alio, MANUKACTOttBtt OF CANDIES,
M? 11*1 uiniiet
?" iinniici omcci,
_SH whwilna.w. Vi. FSH-MACKEREL,
Nm. 1,2 ami 3, ]
In Itarrela, Half Barrda and Kit*. Lakt Ilrrtlnglu
Half and Quarter IUrr?la. Hall Water Her- A
ring in Hariela and Halt lUrrrli. In atora ai>d
loraalc tf M. BEILLY,
IMOand 1311 Main Bt.
Fresh teas-300 packages
iloomwJer, Imperial, Younf Hyson, Oolong, Engllah
ilrmkfaat, and Souchong Tau. In a lore r
and lor Mle at low fifuraa. V
M. RE1LLY, 1309 and 1311 Main St.
NEW ADVERTI8EIMENT8.
BUCK SILKS! "
RIARK RIIKS'
\i ?
Another Fall in Black Silks
' ' T If;. '\
20 PIECES OF
s
Rhrk P.m P.nin Silk
WIVIWI1 V* V >41 Vt 111 Willi
JXJST RECEIVED
FROM AUCTION,
At Lower Prices than Ever Offered in'the City
GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO,
Jl'NR 12.
~lZrHBzxZ??7~
WHOLESALE GBOCER
POBK PACKER,
AND DEALER IN
Provisions, Sugars, Molasses, Syrups, Rice, Flour, Metts, &o., Ac
Solo Agent for the Dupont Powder Mill, Patent Safety Fuse.
Now. 1300 anil 1311 Main St., Wheeling, W. Va
iHl
?i/U iTr* I r* A n PLUMBING,CAS FITTJNC
WHITE LEAD. ThompSon & Hjbberd
HAY 18U Market .Street.
PLUMBERS
3aints, Oils,
Glass, Sash, Gas and steam Flttcrs'
Doors, and
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES, BRASS FOUNDERS
In. 1211 Main Street, Wheeling, W. Vl. 80, 5 Anc,TS FH,t
FOE HALE?ARMSTUONQ A McKELVV'S SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE
SUPERIOR BRAND
WHITE LEAR, ^nowloe' Stonm Pump,
Dmitri in /rem, Isad, 8twr and Fku rijxt, Gun
Wh?t Palntera Say About this Lead. Ifae, Seam Whittlu, Ream Gaugei, and
Dattoh, Ohio, April 17,1877. t"j' ?s 0muWo,
the uudmlgncd. do bmby oertlfy that wo IIitIdr Joit reraoTKl to their new and coramodl
?ia(Umk! Armstrong A Mckelvy'a Birlctljr f'uro out quarters, 1314 Market street, with a larce ?torl
V hlto l^d, and wo find It the bwt In the markrt. of the newrat and handaomest dctl^ni of chindo
t la whiter, wound finer, corcra more lurfice. Hera. Bracket and Uron Llahti. and Ext*nitai
nil hits more lxxly, than nuy wo bare ever luwd. Chaudollera in Hronro and tilua; the public an
MiKOcd by] John k. 1)kmi\sky, rwpectlully InTitixl to call and exainltiu thorn
Hisn and Corrida Painter. Thnlr goods ar? all new. jell
I'alnUrs and Paper iiangrra. r|!UIM-BLE A HOKNBBOOK,
J. A. Ladd, x
MIUIiD^n^aucr. p|U|n|,ers Gg| gn(J g|ean) fitters,
myM House and 81gn P*lntfr.
Dealari In Laad, Iron, Galvanlmd, Hu?m, Wate
and Drain Flpea. Keep oonit&ntly on baud a Isrgi
neaortiiicnt Urns Oooda, Steam and Water Ouagct
ruuifi and Gu Flxturca.
rhree Mile Ice!
COLMAN'S CaEBRATEDBAS MACHINE
FREE FROM ALL IMPURITIES. rou awoaiua.
Tl? unOmtnod Up l?? .uu.um, to th. 14,3 "???" *?' ?
ulllclhatb.hu rromptlttMUon 5l*?i to ord?n frem I illftjinn
rho Largest and Purest Stock of loe
'Tor hclil In IhU region o! the country, whlrh he IrOJl Mill# fltld EnQiflB Builders
' ,;"ff1*'1''0"10K"uumcn w. k... ??
Oriiera will ?>e received liy mall or at Belbott a FITTING ontabiinhuieut, * now ami cowplctl
chairrr'a Meat Shop, No 1112 Market elrwt.
.'"'i? com had MK11IH6T. , nit ASS FOUNDRY,
STEW DESIGN'S IN ,nJ ?? Mr pnp,^ v, makt >11 kind. ol Ml
*n<l Bnjtlna Braaa Oaatinga at ahort iiotlco anil o
the very beat quality.
81 LTV ERWARE. t TRIMBLE A HORNBROOK,
Wa expect to open this day a large lot
f SILVERWARE, AI.L of which will be ? ..... ~
ENTIRELY NEW DESIGNS, P"" PA"??? riinl
nt prices that will please everyone. ^OXC POTATO UUGrS.
TURNER & DILLON,
HANES, WILSON & CO.6,
1223 Market Strrkt. w r ?
?? 1228 Market St. below Mi-Lure IIouiip.
pilK PITTS BUBO II DISPATCH I iuy2T> ' ""
lelivereil to city or mull subicribers nt lf? DURE PARIS GREEN]
enU per week, by the Agent for Wheeling And olher
nd vicinity. | .
%T C. H. QUIMnY, TP A T TCTHP C3 f
ll?v2l 1?0. 1414 Market utr.x-t. I ?C3 I
OHOTOOBAl'llS- | SoM|che?p it
HANES, WILSON &C0.8,
111 KINDS, SIZES A XI' Sl'YLKS, at 1JJ3
n?v25
MUCINS' GALLERY, J^OAHTED COFFEE?OUR BBAJiD,n)'^
l'arkcd In pound paper*, bwdaoin# label, wirl
A A B\08 RIO COFFEE ?iu*l to ??7 wwl to hi the
Mill Fur Main by Tory beat In the mirket.
myll 1WT, DAY EN POST 4 PAUKS. iWT, l)AVENPORT[A PABEfl.
DRV COODS.
SECONDSTOCK
^ W* ARK MOW Ol'KNMO OUB 8ICOHD
I STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
I
FOR
''
Spring and Summer!
Including ruauy new auil seasonable
i
FABRICS!
The Trade will fiud
OUR STOCK
The Cleanest and Best Selected
in the City,
C. T RRIIFS
mm* H
my2 '
SPRING STYLES!
9
Choico Selection of New Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS!
Which we ore now receiving and will be
1 Hold at the
, Very Lowost Prices for Cash.
An early call to examine our stock is
solicited.
Carpets, Carpets.
we are now receiving and liave 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 aud examine our
" stock of goods before making your Spring
purchases.
: HENRY ROEMER,
No. 200G Main Street,
( aplO , CENTRE WHEELING.
BIB
QUII.DREN'8 ,
CARRIAGES !
A speciality. Prices to suit all olasscs at
12th Stroet Variety Store, No. 38.
my24 WM.MINONICOLL, Manager.
FOR 8ALE.
fpBUBTEE'B BALL
By rlrtun of two deeda of truit tnidc by Mur ('
Collins anil M. ?. Cellini, ber hmband, to tho usl
derslgned Truitce, the first d?t?l November Mb
1874, recorded In I?f*d of Truit Ilook No. 7,
?7: tbeaeooed dated January SIM, 1879, rwwdS
In l>*d of Truit Book No. 8. pa?* 93, of th* Una
lUvordi of Ohio county, 1 wlu *11 at public aue.
tlon, at the front door of the Court llouie of Ohio
county, W. Va., on
SATURDAY, the 14tb day of July, 1977,
At 10 o'clock A. M.| tho following drarrltal lN|
eatale, via: 1 wo certain tola or |>lrcn tf Kr?ui..t
on the cait tldo of Wbeglinilllll, In thediy ,|
Wheeling. Ohio county, West Virginia, on the rait
lido of Llnd itreet, being the eecond hu<I third ioU
of alaty 160) fert each, Irontina on Und
running ?outh from Eleventh (old feracr) *rwt
aud adjoining J. T. (Jiheon i lot north, and ruonle*
eaat from Llnd street to Alley H.
The title li believed to be perfect, but ?llln| u
Truileo 1 will convey only the title vtatnd tu ate L?
aid dcodi of truat. .. .
The terma are one-third or more, II the porrhn.
er ao elect, In canh on day ol aale, the baiau* iu
two equal Initallmenta at alx aud twelve inuuth?
I notea beating Intereat to lie phen for the difund
intofn iulJL "
W. H. CALDWELL, Tntf*
Wi J. W. COWDBK, Solicitor, ~Jf8
W. H. Hamp, Auctlonwr.
rpRUSTEE'8 BALE.
By virtue at a Dtcd of Truat made by Jofcn
Priiiw* ud Mary I'rlnce bla wife to the und?r<??.
fd Truatra, dated Juno SVtb, rrcordrd in i|1B
offlcn of the Clerk of the County Court of Ohio
county, Wwt Virginia, In D*d ol Trutt liook SI
8, pate 012,1 will aeJI at the front door of theftm
Hon*) a aald county, on
SATURDAY, JULY Htb, 1ST?,
ComnonclDf at 10 o'clock k. u., all the followln,
defrrlbvd portlona of lota numbered MTMiltrn (l J
and okbtMB (18), aa dcalinated on the plat ol ih,
addition to tbo city ofWbeal log laid off by Jotu
Wm-IF U' r?r,?t.h.? andotbera, an/oJ|(j
North Wheeling, and aald lota are fronilon on tb*
caat * do of.Weit atrwt. Tho ]?rta of ul<l |ut.
Offered for tale are deacrlbtd aa follow*: RvlnnioJ
at a point oo tho eaat aide of Weat atrtel and forti!
flclit f<rl nine inchpa north of the aouth lii,? ?i, .
I No. 13: thence northwardly and with We?t itrnt
ilxtr^n feet to the north corner of a frame hcuK:
situated on part of lotajNoa. 17 and 18; thenre mt.
| wurdly with tuid house aud parallel with tin smith
I line of arid lot No. IS tu in alley: thence touthwardljr
sixteen feet; thence weatwardly to the I*,
glunlng. The Intention la to Kll Ihe northern pin
or tenement of aald frame houte with Ihe ground
on wbk-h It stands, running back tho tame vUlib
to the alley in the roar.
Title believed to be good, but I will convey tmly
the title vested In me.
Terms oitHalk?Ono-half or more. If tlieiurcbaaer
no elect. In caah, the balance In twociiusl In*
itallmenta at alz and twolvn months, note* heirln*
lutcreat to be given and the title retained until
payment is made In fnlL
W. II. CALDWELL, Trust*
W. J. W. CotVDIlf, Solicitor.
_je9 W. II. ftmn, Auctions.
QOMMlSSIONEIt'S SALE.
In tho Mun dptl Court of Wheeling.
William J. llull )
vs. > In Chancery.
Fanny D. Hall and others. J
Tho undersigned Special Commissioner hereby
elvea notice that by Ylrtue of the authority v?t*d
In blm by a decree made by aald Court In wld
cauaeontho4th day of April, 1877, ho will on;
TUESDAY, the 22d day of May, 1S77,
Commencing at loo'clock A. M., proceed to nil at
public auction at the front doorot the Court lUuse
of Ohio county, Woat Virginia, in tho rlty
of Wheeling, tho following described real wtate
situate in said city, county and fetate, that 1? tu
ay: Part of lot No. 10 in square No. 24 of the 1U-11airo
addition to said city, beginning for aald putt ol
aald lot at the southwest corner of uld lot on Jacob
street, formerly flxth street, at the point ol
lntecsectlon of an alley with aald street: tJieuw
runnug nortnwaruiT with tUo eastern boundary
line of eald stree thirty (ect; thence eaitwardlv
at right angles with said street sixty feet the width
of >aid lot; thence aouthwardlyand parallel with
Jacob itreet thirty feet to the north buundiry line
of said alley; thence with the north line of the
alley to the place of beginning. 8aid part o( said
lot fronting thirty feet on Jacob street, and running
back of that width ilxty feet, and having a trick
house thereon.
Bald decree provide* that the nale shall Include
the dower right of htrah Jane Kelfor, who wsi
widow of Wn.. Hull, dee'd, In uld part lot.
TlR*9 ov Halx?One-third of the purchase
money,or so much more as the purchuM-r may
elect to y?j, in cash, tho remainder iu two ?>|umI
Installments payable six and twelve moutlu r.apectlTely
after the date of aale, with Inteiest Slum
that dato, the purchaser giving his bond with ajproved
luminal security for each of raid instalments
and interest as aforesaid, and the title to the
property to be retained until U?e whole of the purchase
money is paid.
(JEOBGE B. CALDWELL,
Special CouuuUtloncr.
J. C. IlKRvrr, Auctioneer. ?|.:o
1 he above Bale is adjourned until Tuesday, June
5,1877. at 10 o'clock a. m.
OEOHGE It. CALDWELL,
mj23 f ]?cial Couimis'louer.
The above mIo Is adjourned until TUESDAY,
June Will, 1877, at 10 O'clock A. M.
UEU. B. CALDWELL,
jeC ripwial Comnil dinner.
QOMMISSIONERS' BALK.
In the Municip?l Court ol Wheeling.
Auu Sutlon acd others,
Jno.J. Jonea,adin'rof Jno. Blabop, ['u (-,uuctrJ
dee'd and other*.
J'y >lrtuo of n decree in the above entitled came,
entered liy laid court on the Slit day ol May, is",
the undersigned, hi*tial CotnuilmlotK r, will, w.
FRIDAY, THE 15TH DAY OF JUNK IS",
beainnltR at 10 o'clock, a.m.. prcrcedtmllat
public auction, to the highest bidder, at tfc? front
door of tlio Court IJouw ol Ohio cour.tr, in tbr
city of Wheeling, the following de*tiit>?<l r?l r+tste,
situate on the cv*t aide ol Main stmt, 1*tween
10th and 11,li atrceti, in tuid city, 11.J
bounded aa follow*: Keginniutf at a {olut tu tbt
out aide of Main street, W feet and II iDcbuiW
11-12) aouth of the aouth corner of Markrt a'iey.
andvaat Main street; thence south Kith Ibis
street JJ2 feet and 'J Inchca (329*12); thro'eewt id
ft straight lino parallel with Raid Market alley ro
the alley In the rear of said property; tbetxcMtli
?tihih0..i.i i..? .?.i?.,Li .ii.iV?
inchcs(32v-12); Uleooe west la a atraigLt
tho place of beginning, together with the >i?bt to
use the party wall on the north lido of t?i>i |?ui
Kf land. On the above described land is ?tw t?l?
irge three-story bilck building, known u the mIdunce
of the Into John Ulihon. t-nlJ property mil
l<o sold subject to n Ictao of James F. Knox ul the
tore room nn?l cellar thereunder.
Tkums ok SALK-One-thlrd of the purcliw* mot.
ey in cash on the day of sale, one-third In fit
mouths, nnd the retlduo In twelve uiontbi lr?ni
day of sale, tho purchaser Riving his note w!tb
approved j-erronal security for aaid deferred [?}
ment? anu Interest, and the tltlo to be retslueJ uu*
til the purchase toouey shall he paid in full.
JUIIN J. JOSE-4,
roy2l gpccialConiwluluwr
QOMMISSION*Kits' SALE OF THE
CENTRAL HOTEL.
In the Municipal Court of Wheeling
Elijah Marling, Sr., )
r?. J-In Chancer jJohn
Bobiecht, et al. j
Tho undersigned Special ComtnisiloDtr?lirr? If
f ive notice that, by virtue of the authority W"J
u th?ui by a decree nude by luid Couit in ?kJ
wuao on tho 23d day of March, A. I>. 1S77, tbtj
will on
8ATDHDAY, June ISth, A. D. 19:7,
Commencing at 10 o'clock A. x., proceed to
Subllc auction to the highest bidder, at tbefioot
oor of the Court House of Ohio count j, in '-?
city of Wheeling, In tho Htate cf Wtst vir^inl*.
the following dtecrlbvd real estate in s*id niy,
county nnd atate, altuate at the north ea?ttoi?f
of Fourteenth and Water streets, and l?ut>dw ?
follows: IJoglnning at aaid coiner and iunn!n<
thence north with Water street one hurdinl lift;
thence running east by a lluo parallel Itb };^
......... aiiixt riRuiT IPBI10 Ml own ?|W? t
with tho west line of mid open *pare nulli t?nty?
two feet; thcnco eaat by a lino parallel *"h
teenth itwet to an nllcj; thcnct' south with
wot line of aald allcjr c*entjr-olj;ht feet to >out*
teenth itrcet; thcnco vcat with Uie north line u
aid Fourteenth street to the place of liejltmlnf.
together with the rigbt to u?e said alley on tbr ?>- '
ihloof aald property In common With otner
aeea of James and Jawci It Baker. , ?
On above dticribed land Is that elegant ami
located Hotel now occupied by aald John Ito' rwbt.
and called tho Central Hotel.
Tom of Sals?One-third, or aa much wore <
the purchase money aa tho purchaser may >"1
pay, cash on the day of sale, aud fur the r. *i ?( "
th? purchase money the purchaser to Rite hM?'"n'
with approTeU poraonal aecurlty, dated <??
of aale and bearing Interest from that dir.
for ouMhlrd of raid rcaldueand payat'l- tV1*,*!!
eighteen and twenty-four months n?lK',IT',,1
after thilr date, and the title to I* retails! u<""
payment of tho purchaae money in full. ?. lltl
WILLIAM I*. HUM. HI'ALF1IED
CALDWMU
Mucial CuuiniM'"'fr':
J. C. Hkrvkt, Auctioneer. ">>' _
TIME TABLK WHEKLIKd i raw ""??!:
It W. LX)., lu effect on and after Friday. M?T
a, 1*771
Lcayc Wheeling? I/pro Kum;"'t8.2f?
a. u. 6:80 A. "
7:15 ? 7H0 "
H:ft? * 8.30 "
k:fts " v:*0 "
0:45 ' 10; 10 "
10:35 " 11 00 "
11S13 11:50 "
12:15 r. M. 12:40 l>. M.
1:P5 11 l:!W '
1:55 " , 2:*) *
2:45 3:10 "
8 35 ? 4:00 ?
4:25 ' 1:60 "
5:15 ? 5 40 "
c-.cfi r. au "
5:55 " 710 "
7:45 MO "
ft 33 "
0:25 "
THE HYCEIA HOTEL,
OLD POINT COMFORT. V*.
HltuatM within 100 yarUi of Fort Monrw ''I*"*"
ill tho year. tfjxrlal attraction* /or ?uui"'ff- "
implo raparity for 600 Kucata. Ha* all
mproTfmenU. Hlx dally milli an<l t<!>V"l*
>mc*. Fifteen to twenty Aiat>clui atraw** j11
lallr (except 8unday). lto yard* from thf d<?'j
'HJMHH in?vM IUI MIWIU|[ ||( UCM1T M t|' - ' i
'row M?y nutll NoTembrr. Iloiiitii:,
Wring racially attractive* tfeml tor tucuUr **
icrtblDK hygienic advantage. tertnt. Ac. ^
njl5 H. PHOEBUS, m

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