large thrte-itorj Warebowo No.
1803 Wain itrtH. Two I' *, Main uil J
Booth itrceU. PcwMion April Ut
** A. ALLKM IlOWEl.U ,
JIOR SAIK OJ! 1!EKT- ,
A my tlfdnUe Country lUildrncc, one mile 1
wMtof Biidjrpurt on thc>atIon*l Ikid, with one
utt of grouuil well cultivated, ami a UnttlaM &
two-itcrj Brick liouac, with ail modern linpro*
uifuta. Prl<t?, fur either mIo or rent, to tult tho h
Mmt*. For further Information enquire of %
IflAAC 1UWIN 1
aptl Or f Irit National Bank, Brldf?t?wU I
JEWELLING HOUSE FOR KENT. [
Mo. 81 Bouth Front street, Island?pleasantly |
sltiutcU and dtdrablt. Also, one Bootn In Kcond I.
tnrjr of Mo. M Twelfth street, suitable for an offlc* 1
or sleeping room. Pusseolon given JtntufUUltlj.
Eoqutrvol DH. K. A. HODXETH, ?
Jll Mo. HQ7 Chaplin*Ht
poR keni?house? ?
Containing eight rooms and Bath Boom, on
Jacob street, between Uth and nth, vest dde.
Uu vxl water. Will bt reotod low to responsible _
tenant. Enquire of t
JOBEFH L. WILDK, I
nrtl Bookseller and Htatlonar, 10M Main Bt.
FOR SALE. c
IJIKUSTEE'B BALE OF A <
Valuable Marshall County Farm, i
Long known u tlio CLEMENS FARM.
Br rlrtoe of I deed of truit made by Clurlci I
Fisher and Maiwet Fisher, his wife, of Marabidl
couuty, Weat VlrglnlA, to tbo undersigned Trustee,
dated the Atli day of April. 1875. and of word
among tbo land records of Marshall county, West
Virginia, In lxcd of Trust Uook No. 1, pagta4C7-B, >
1 will OQ
SATURDAY, the 21st day of July, 1877,
Beginning at 10 o'clock A. m. of aalddar, at the .
front door of the Court House of Marshall county,
West Virginia, tell at public auction, to the highest I
And lest bidder, tbo following described real estate,
that la to ray: r
Two tiacu or parcela of land, situated In the
county of Marshall and Htate of Weat Vlwlnta,
known and designated as lota number oik and luo,
on a surrey tbereof made by Michacl Dowler, Hurvsyorof
MArahallcounty aforesalJ,contained wlihin
the follow log stakes and bounds, coume and distances.
that is to uj :
Beginning lor lot number 1 (1) at a sycamore on I
the wmI branch of Big Wheeling Cieek, on the
line of the tract of land hereto/on* sold by l'.lltn ?.
Buchanan to Charles Seabright; thence down tho 1
said crwk 189 poles to a box elder near the mouth
of btull'a run; thence up said run wlto the uenn- .
derlnits thereof Minolta to a sycamore end elm;
thence 8 24#*, E M poles to a hickory; thence N
2iH*? E21 C-10 polra to a beech; tbenre N 14U?,
W a.1 polaa to a stuke: thence N E 40 polos to a
white oak; thenra N 70', E 23 poles to an Iron*
wood; thenceN 8", E 21 polos to a while oak: thence
N 58J$", W 15 pole* ton while oak: thence N 3'jy49, .
W 12 poll* to a while oak; thencu N 11J6U, h is '
rolea to a white oak; thence N 46>i?, E 44 pole* to
stone; thence ? 70% E 31 polee to a slake; thence
n wr, t. ai poics 10 a wuite wainut; thence n 7U', n
K4dpolcfl loft atone: tbcuw H 78', E 41 4-10 pole*
to sugar tree: thence N t'J1, E II poles to atake;
thence N 8&V? K V G-IO polea to the flare of beginning,
containing i"G auca and 11 pelts, uiore or
And beginning for the wld lot No. 2 (two) nt n
iiuar tree ou Huu: thenco ?lown said run 72J.j J
poTts to the sycamore and dm on the course of the
mid lot No. li aboto described, on Htull'n run;
thence down the last meuUoned run with the uieauderingn
thereof 36 2 pul?a to n sugar tree; thencc i
down Big W healing Creek 47 "J-10 joles to a stake
on the Hue of Jacvb Keller'a land; thenco N so', W !!
68 poles to ft white wslnut; tliencc N 31 polea to
atone; thence 8 0i*, W1? iniles to a stake; thence
b 11?, W J7 rales to a atake; thence 821V, W 27 ,
polea to a atooe; thence * 19kW 47 polea to a
suull Hack oak; thence N Mii ,W 20 2-10 poles to a
atoue. thenro h8?, W CO 4*10 polea to a atone;
thenco N 86?, W CO polea to a arnall double black
oak: thence 819V, L51% P?lea to a stake; thenco i
8 6fj4?, W U2 polea to a atone: thence 8 41J, E3
polea to atone; thenco 8 52% L Ei jiolea to a poplar;
thence 8 MJ? , E18poles toa chestnut; tbeuce
W b?, W SO loles to a atake; theuou tt 41k", W 31 ]
polea to a chestnut oak atumpj thence8G70,W32
polea to theplacjof beginning, containing 177 acres
20 poles, more or leas, with all the bullulnga and
apptirtinancea thereunto belonging, Being the \
same land eotiTeyed to the said Charles Fisher bjr '
Hannibal Forbes, 'J ruitee, by deed dated the 6th
day of April, 1875, nod duly recorded among the
land records of Marshall county, West Va. j
Txkmm ok 8ai.k?one-third cash, andthebol- i
nee in two equal yearly payment*, Interest from (
day of aale,aud tecum! to satisfaction of theTrus
tee. LEWId BAlLfcY, Truatce.
W. II. IUllrs, Auctioneer. (
WiiKKt.iM', June 11,16?;. JM2
A UCTIOK SALE OF HEAL ESTATE. J
I will oiler at public auction, at front door of '
Court House, on |
SATURDAY, June 03, nt 10 o'clock a. m., '
The following pro|*rty: Four Tenement Houses,
lot 100 feet front, running back to an nlley, situated
on south ride of Virgluta airect, Island. Title
iuuuiicvu. il llGJO13}'. n. ii. jiai.i.&u,
20 Shares Stock in PcalKxly Insurance Co.
10 blurcj iitwk lu Ohio Valley Hank.
16 Shares Htwk In Ln Hell* Ulan Co.
10 Shares Hjouck In ./Etna Mill.
*4 Lot (Jrouii.t, ('?ntre Whirling, Main street.
Lot Ground, Centre Wheeling, Market itre-et.
1 Eiuiill Frame llmiM', HUi street.
1 Two-stoiy Urlek llousc, 1 tih street.
tarJW I. 1KW1N. Agent.
Eighty choir? Building I-ots on Wheeling Iahnd. j
Prico Irom f-MW to 8W0 itch. Only oneidxth ot
the purchase money re?inlrvU inuuh. The residue '
iust bu paid annually In nvx equal Installments '
with interest, ,
Apply to JOHN P. GILCHRIST '
ap9 At Top Mill.
Residence of N. C. Arthur, on 15th
itreet, in the citv of "Wheeling, 'l'ho lot
frontH about G3 feet on Fifteenth street,
nud extend* back to the nlley. The house ]
is n two-ntory brick, containing ten roonm
nud finished attic, bath room, with hotand
cold water, and is in eood renair. There
1a alio n wash house, coal house, ash liou.se, (
4c.; on the property.
Penona desiring to examine the property.
or to aaccrtaiu the terras of sale, will <
call on E. G. BAlUt, Attorney.
ap3 1142 Chapline St
WHEELING, W. VA. J
raid l'p Capital . . 8100,000. j
Write* moderate linoa on Dwulllnn, Farm I'ro- .
pertjr, flrst-cliuM Mercantile and Manufacturing
rtaka, anil on Cargo risks on Western water*. *
Alonw Loring, A. M. Adams, '
Dr. W. J. Rati*, Ja?. F. Barnes,
y, P. nililreth, Alex. Laughlln,
John I? Rice, C. A. Wlngerter, .
K. 8. Irwin, 1
ALONZO LOSING, IWt. (
J. V. L. RODOKR*. KeCy. inrlS
CAPITAL RESTAURANT. |
No. 1155 Makkkt St., ti the only firtinUtt E(*tour
ant?>? tht cily. It la the onl y Kcataurant that
baa separate roouu for ladlw, or where you can find
that quiet cU*nlineaa of a home. combined i
with t ho bort ?UiM that can be found In the dir. \
lie ke?M on hand the Tcry beat the market afl'orui
Id tcratablm. (lab, oTiten, fame, and everythlns >
In mmoq, and term It up in manner unexcelled
la the country, lie can l?o rolled upon alwara to
(urnlah everything flrat-claaa. _ jc8
FRBW k CO.,
BUNK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 1
1 re prepared at all timet, with the beet material i
to till ordera (or Blank Hooka, audi aa are uaed by <
Banka, Countlea, Corporation*, Htllroiula aud Mcrchanu.
upon ibort notice, and In the moat il?lra? '
bleand workuianllko manner. \
Hating all the late"! and moat Improved machlnary
wo (eel confident that we will render entire
Mtuacuon to all wtio laror ui with their onlm.
MuMc, Migpuinrt tod l'rriodimli ol titty d*. ,
rlptlon bound la neat *nd durable manner. 1
MILLS, FREW A CO, 1
K0& so axb 27 Pooirajmi St., ]
d?H WgKELXKO, W. VA ]
TJROOMS?SOU DOZEN FAHCY. VA- ]
XJ RIOUH lUn, (Ml nnlred mil lot ?1?W
M, RKIUY, 130)M41311 JUlnSU t
[cn'a fine MV?1 Pert*Boot! frora...-..?.J1 00 up. I
len'a fine atwr.l Calf Oj>era Boon from... 4 25 up.
len'a flu* pcotnl Calf U|?ra Beota fron. 2 75 up. .
len'a floe hand-aewtd Calf Bucklo Alexia
fn>tn......MM 0 60 up. I
len'a flue hand*i?ig(e4Calf Buckle Alexia .
from.- 3 76 ap. ;
len'a flneaewnl Calf Buckl* HtrapBhoea c
from .._.?3 00 op.
len'a floe acwed Pebble Buckle btiapBhoeai e
frotn.....M. _2 60 up.
len'a flue acwed B. Cf Buckle Strop Hhoca '
from CO up.
len'a flna prated B.Cf Buckle Alexia from 1 60 up. c
len'a iwRKedB. Cf Oifurd Tim from.60 up.
jdlca* fine aewed Cur Kid Button from 2 23 up.
Aillra' flue aewed " Hide Lace from 1 76 up.
jullea' floe acwed 38td Laatlni Bala from J 60 up.
adlca' fine aewed Loafing Bala from 110 up.
jdlea' fine aewed Laatlng Couarraa from...l 00 up. J
jullca' fine nwed Pebble BalaTrniuM..MMM.l 20 up*
fUaea' fine acwed Pebble Bala from 1 10 up.
adlea' floe mwed Pebble fiBppera from.... M up. 1
jtdiee' flue fcewtd Leatlug bllppera from... 60 up. (
fou can find all tbraa and plenty more Barpdni at
T. T. STONE'S,
1140 Alain Klreol,
roy30 HQRKBBOOK'8 BLOCK.
I flea and Ri?l4?ea,Ho. 1087 Main BL.oppalW
Union, Wheeling, W. Va.
^MU.-oot Ozldi Ota and other Anaathatlci
jj FRANK, THE CLOTHIER,
48 Twaurrn Brasn,
)uyi and idla Tlcketa to all pclnta Kut and Weat, ]
AT EEPUCED BATES.
Irln (trbiita In ItilllniAm anil mlnrn '
ad Chicago ana return, alio on hand. ocfl <
Linen Suits & Ulsters.
Hie nestj.Made, the Largest Assortment, t
the Lowest Prices, nt i
I. BLUM&BRO'S I
QI'kHemani andGienadines, ]
Hie largest Assortment. the Handsomest '
(JooiIh at50c on the dollar. Call on <
E. BLUM cSc BRO. i
rweutv.five different and ilaudsome Styles ,
at 75c per yard, retailed eterywhero
at $1 CO. Plain Colored Silki at
$100, well worth $135, at
I. BTXM&BRO'S ;
Black Groa Grain Cashmer? finished and '
mnd-made bilks at natoninhing low prices i
it I. BLUM & lUtU'A
100 Silk Sun Umbrellas and Fnrftsols at 1
iottoin prices, nt I. BLl'M ft BRO*S. I
For KEAL IiABGAINS in Fine Goods, j
jo to I. BLUM ft BKO'S. 1
r. S.?Wc have now on exhibition 500
Ladies' Linen Suits ami Overdrew^* that
beat anything ever offered in this city.
jelti ' ]
Teeth extracted without ;
Purine the c-loTon yram I bate l?e*n practicing j
In Wheeling I hire administered gat to orer seten :
thousand persons with 1'krxkct &avtnr, ami in
ilmaat e?erj cose with entire satisfaction to myself :
We constantly keep on hands pure Nitrous Oxide
3u fur thaw tuat dt?lro to take It
Dtt. tfUBGUJON A HON,
no23 No. U4S Market BL
TtLSlUV. JUNE 10.1M77.
Notice to Liquor Dealers.
"Wanted to Kent?Kooui.
For Sale?Country llcridence.
S|)cctacle?? Oxtoby A Duflield.
Thermometer Kkxjkd.?The following
hIiows the range of the thermometer,
w observed at SchnepPs drug store,
Jpera llonse corner, yesterday :
) a. m. 12 m. 8 p. m. 7 f. m.
71 M w VI
Scorchiko hot yeaterday.
Bto party down at La Belle to-night.
Two deeda of truatirere admitted to (
The June term of the Municipal Court
rcmmcnced yesterday. (
Cherries arc ripe, and aro selling at (
fight centa per quart.
Ajrn-MUBPnYiTES wear red badges,
fhich means that the wearers never re- !
A horse valued at $200, belonging to
Mr. Lewis Woodmaneee, died yesterday
A Market street barber speaking of :
be hard times says it is very "close shav- <
The County Court will meet this '
norning at 9 o'clock, pursuant to adjourn*
nent of Saturday last.
The German Lutheran Benevolent Ah- ,
ociation realized $20 by their picnic in ]
Dane's Orchard last Saturday.
Every purchaser of Neil & Elling- J
lam's Choice Koasted Cofleo gets a live .
rent fan; a?k your grocer for it.
The Zion Lutheran Sunday School
will have a picnic at MuhlemanV, near
West Wheeling, Thursday next.
TlfP fVnlrn WliDAlino tomnnrnnnn nnn.
pie will have a festival at l'arker'a Jlall
on Saturday evening of this we?k.
Tuere in a general^ disposition all
over the country to "Snub the coming
Fourth of July. Why is this thus?
Strawherries aro Belling at five cents
n quart, and still tome of the restaurant
keepers charge fifteen cents a plate.
It is not requisite that persons should
itand upon their heads to read hills which
have been posted upside down, llang on
the fence by your feet.
Tn* Fourth of July orator is beginning
to walk about boldly in daylight,
ilready feeling a confidence in the prolecting
patriotism of the time.
Standard Picnic.?The friends of the
Standard base ball club will have a grand
picnic at the Fair Grounds on the Fourth
)f July, for the benefit of. the club. ;
rherc will be dancing, shooting gallery,
ace*, Ac., aud a good game of ball, re
rcunuienu, i\c. ucameringion d uraaa
and and Mayer'* quadrille band have
Severely Burmed.?Mr. Henry
tvoehnline, of Bridgeport, met with a
rery neriou* accident on Saturday eve* i
ling last. He was engaged in burning <
pitch to put on a roof, and while stand- i
ng over a kettlo containing boiling
pitch, lout his balanco and foil forward
*ith both handn in the kottle. Hia i
landa and a portion of hia arms were
erribly burned. !
Tni Cousti? Supjmrc Court. ?
^udgtt Grtmt, Moert and Johntoru?
Jourt met at the usual hour yeaterday
On motion o( W. Ij. Sands, Eaq., B. II*'
Imbler, Estj,, vu admitted to practice.
The canes of Geo. Smith, trustee, plain*
iff in error, ts. T. Tharp et al, delend*
.ntM in error, andG. H. Moore, appellee,
a. Douglass H Wood, appellants, were
The case of Cyi'm Ilall. defendant in
rror, y*. M. 8. Hall, plaintiff in error
ras partly heard.
Adjourned until this morning at 10
Municipal Court?Jwlnt Oanmrr.
The June terra of this court commenced
Franklin Woolen Co. vs. J, F. Budke
ind others; in chancery. Demurrer in the
Attorney General Kobt. White, on moion
of 0. B. Caldwell, waa admitted to
jractice in this court.
Stanton M. Howard vs. II. W. List; in
iMtiinpaU. Caie set lor hearing on Thurslay,
J<?. Jf. Kelly v*. Martin Fiaher; in
uaumpait. Defendant asks rule lor coats,
lemurs to the declaration and each
:ount thereof; pleadj non-aaaumpeit, and
leave granted to file special pleas in writing.
Police Court.?Jwlyc Cranmcr.
The following caaea wcro before Ilia
ilonor yesterday morning, via:
John Kobrecht, charged with aelling
liquor without license, waa fined $10.
Henry Wuster and Fritz Schafier, for
playing cards in a public place, were
ined $10 each.
Phillip Jieilly, Jamea Johnson and
Steel Miller were fined $2 each for
Irunkenness. In default of payment
lliev were sent up for thirty days.
Thomas Whalley was aentupfor thirty
lays for drunkenuesa.
About Festivals.?The festival seaion
is on the wane, and the ladies of the
various churches, we opine, are not sorry.
During the past three weeks, the
nu nocieucn, ami uiuer ucnevoiem innwutions,
under tho fostering care of the
:hurches, have been busily engaged in
living strawberry fetes and delightful
festivals, where the young man of the
period and the lady who teachcs a class
in Sabbath school might "come and wel:ome,"
deplete their purses and spend
their time and substance in riotous feasting
in the interest of some good and ehari[able
enterpriser for the especial benefit
af the church and Sabbath school, While
ransacking our desk last evening we
found about twenty festival tickets.
Some we purchased, others were presented,
but nevertheless they had not been
used, and how sad to relate, the times
when we might have used the inostof
ihem have passed by, our opportunities
have been wasted, and the little pasteboards
that won Id have gladdened the
hearts of many are doomed to find their
wray into tho waste basket, and into forjetfulne#H.
We have all been to festivals, and are
familiar with the delicacies, the ilowers,
uid tho many art* brought to bear upon
ihe young man who would like to go, but
can not afford 1? hoy a ticket. Let that
roung man be met by a pretty lady[ mem!>er,
who has just been out arranging for
Ilowers, &c., and the die is cast. He buys
tho ticket, even if he borrows the money
lo pay for it. Among tho many ways to
raise money, the festival is nerhapi the
moat popular. Our country friends may
have their picnics, their fairs, and their
spelling matches, bat they never miss a
f?'Hl i vn I Tl.o vminrv Uctrtll.. I,mm!
new calico, as weii as the ono that can
boast a finer drew, are always present,
and the young man that grips the plowhandle
like a vice, con Lhj found toying
with a tiny spoon, and blushing among
the rustic beauties as though he wero out
of place, und that the pleasure he received
was alloyed with pain. "We have attended
all kind" of parlies and "bees" in the
country, but for downright fun and enjoyuieut
commend us to a festival. The
berry season laats but a few days longer,
and we hope our friends who have let
their chances "liko suubeams pass them
by," will embrace this last opportunity
and at once arrange for a festival.
A 11 aid Projected on tite Canines.
?At the last meeting of Council the City
Sergeant was instructed to enforce Sec. 5
of the Ordinance in relation to Dog*,
which is as follows:
Sec. 5. All do^s kept within said city
whall have at all times, around their necks,
a leather or metallic collar, with the name
of the owner or keeper thereof in full,
written, printed or engraved, in plain and
legiblo letters. And if any dog be found
so running at largo without such collar,
it shall be the duty of the Sergeant and
bis deputies, and it shall be lawful for any
person whatever, to kill the said dog;
and the owner or keeper thereof shall
forfeit and pay to tho city a fine of not
less than one nor moro than five dollars
for every Huch animal. 'And if said dog
shall not have been killed, the said owner
or keeper thereof shall forfeit and pay to
the city a further penalty of not less than
fifty cents nor more than three dollars for
Bvery day he shall continue to permit
Ibe said dog to riln at large without such
We understand that C*pt. Ripley has
decided to give the citizens until Monday
next to secure collars for their dogs, but
all dega not having collars after that
date will be promptlvputout of the way.
Arrangements have been made for a dog
pound utthe Court House, large enough
to contain about a hundred curs of high
iind low degree, where they will be conlined
until their execution. The first
slaughter will take place on Tuesday
next. Those interested should not wait
for further notice, but immediately collar
their dogs, if they want to keep*them.
Excubsioitots from East Liverpool.
?The steamer Carrie Brooks came down
yesterday with a. party of excursionists
from East Liverpool, Ohio. The boat
arrived here about 1 o'clock, and departed
about 4 in the afternoon. She was
elaborately decorated with bunting, and
presented quite a gay appearance. There
were about 150 excursionists on board,
iccotnpanied by a brans band.
Among the excursionist* were Rev.
Phillip McKim, rector of the St. Stephen's
Church, Win. Clark, Eaa., of the
VVellsville Union; D. 15. Martin, of the
Potter's Gazette, East Liverpool, and Wm.
II. Bloor, Esq., of East Liverpool. A
large number of persons participated in
Morris and Luther.?It in altogether
probable that Morris aud.Luthcr will yet
measure oars before the season close*.
Morris suffers from a pain in his side and
has suffered since his race with Drown,
fie intends to visit Hot Springs, Arkansas,
to try the efficacy of the treatment
there and says he will hold himself in
readiness to accent Luther's challenge on
his return. Luther risks his own money
and says the increase in the purse shall
not deter him from rowing the champion;
that ho means to row to win and the size
of the purse is a matter of secondary importance.?PitUburgk
Refused Ansnajios.?On Sunday last
a child of Geo. Scroggins, of the First
Ward, was buried at Mt. Wood Cemetery.
Some twenty-live or thirty gentlemen who
marched in the rear of the usual procession
of vehicles were refused admission
to the cemetery, the Sexton telling them
that ho had received orders to admit no
one on foot. There waa considerable
feeling among Mr. Scroggins' friends
when this became known, and they
naturally feel indignant over it. The
sexton stated that he had received his
nulnm fmill nna n( ika ilirMitnra nf Ik*
.-.V... .luua VUV V. ?it?vivin ui IM
cemetery. . .
Witct the diiorders of Babyhood attack
jour Baby use at once Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrun and notice it* rapid and
beneficial effect, 2o cenU per bottle. daw.
The Andes Excumioh.?Pursuant to
an invitation extended by the ofBcera. of
the ateamer Andes, the members of the
Wieael Musical Institute and Waverly
Literary Society last evening made an
excursion to Bteubenville ou the new
ateamer. The boat did not arrive from
Cincinnati until about 6 p. M., at which
hour ahe was to leave for Steubenville.
Consequently it was nearly 7 o'clock
when the steamer moved from the land*
ing, carrying over two hundred excursionists.
A large crowd of citizens had
assembled at the wharf to witness the embarkation
of the excursionists, and as the
nobla steamer moved gragefully up the
Ohio the bills resounded with their
The excursion was in charge ol the
Waverliea, who appointed a committee
of five to look after the comfort of the in*
vited guests. This committee consisted
of Mr. Frank McNeil, Frank Htanton.
Charley Franxhelm, llarry llolliday and
John ll Dunlap, and that they discharged
their duties well all who accompanied
wo pany win cueeriuny lesuiy. urn mo
officers of Hie boat. from tho captain
down to the ateward, left no reanon for
complaint on that score. The slightest
wanta of the excuraioniata were cheerfully
supplied, and, indeed, often anticipated.
Capt. Charlie Mnhleman, who in
tho princo of steamboatmen, panned
around among his nuraeroui guests, giving
each a cheery smile and a hearty
word of welcome. Mr. Ed. Muhleman,
Mr. Dan. C'acy and Mr. George (loodum,
in the office, made everybody feel that it
was pleaaant to be there. Those who
viaited the pilot houne found Messrs.
George E. O'Neal and Wee. Corna,
two of the beat pi lota on the Ohio,
manipulating the wheel. Down below
Mates Ueorge Peppers and- Whit.
Mercy, and Engineers Win. Shanloy ond
John Wilson, took pleasure in exhibiting
the beauties and explaining the mcrita of
the intricate machinery of the.One steamcr,
in which they experienced ao much
pride. And who among the party but
will acknowledge thoughtful nttentionn
on the part of the Steward, Mr. Henry Albert?
Luncheon was nerved shortly after
tho steamer left the wharf, and later polite
waiter* moved about among the
guests with refreshments.
The time wan pained pleaaantly on the
upward trip an in uaual upon excuraionn
of the kind. There was hardly a breath
of air stirring, and owing to the sultry
weuther but fuw indulged in dancing, the
music for which wan furnished bv the
excellent string baud connected with the
boat. A large majority of the excursion
iatfl put in their time promenading on the
boiler deck, while others sat in groups
upon the hurricane dock, engaged in
Just as the Steubenville town clock
struck eleven the Andea landed at the
wharf of our winter city, and was greeted
with the routing cheers of a large number
of citizens who were awaiting her arrival.
The moment her plank was run out there
wan a ]>crfect deluge of SteuhenvillianH on
the boat. Old and young, big and little,
every nationality almost under the sun,
were represented in the torrent of human
beings who poured in a stream on board
the boat, preventing the Wheeling people
from going ashore. It seems that a band
ol music had been engaged for the occasion,but
having waited for over two hours
and seeing no signs of the steamer, the
musicians became discouraged and retired
to their homes. Among other Steubenvillians
wc had the pleasure of taking by
the hand our old friend McFadden, of the
The boat remained at the Steubenville
wharf about thirty minutes, when hIib
turned homeward, and again the g*od
people of Steubenville rent the air with
cheers. The homeward trip was devoid
of anything of particular interest. Some
spent their time in dam ing, others in
promenading, a few in playing euchre,
while many wandered about the boat,
stopping occasionally to listen to the
singing of some dusky deckhand. The
irrepressible Kemple, with his character
sketches, made fun for many. Mr. Oscar
Sccley and Mrs.' Whittaker contrabuted
some excellent vocal exercises in the
xt- e?.?i n?..:
VUUI.., 411I, utKic; oiugiuK AwriKiianvu
ami "fcpeak to Me," and Mrs. Wuittaker
"Kathleen Mavourneen" and other popular
The excuroionist* arrived home at 2:30
o'clock thin morning, and before leaving
the boat the Waverliex put their head*
together and prepared the following resolutions,
which were unanimously adopted.
ON 110AUH TT1E STKAMER ANDFH.
The members of the Waverly Literary
Society, assembling on board the steamer
Andes, unite in expressing their thanks
to Capt. Muhleman and the officers of the
Andes for their kind treatment in the
Rttolud, That the sincere thanks of the
Society be tendered to Capt. Muhleman,
i the oilicers, and the crew of the steamer
Andes, lor their generous treatment and
kind attention paid to our comfort and
fileasure in the excursion to Steubenville
ItaoU<d, That we acknowledge our
obligations to Capt. Muhleman for the
treat aflbrded us, and for the hospitality
extended to us and our friends.
Raolud, That wo recommend the new
Andes as an elegant and commodious
steamer, worthy of the confidence and
ratronaue of the traveling public.
Personal Points.?Mr. J. L. Woodward,
who ha* been out W?Mt for some
time pant, returned home yeeterday.
Francin Murphy, according to the
Zane*ville Time*, hnn made n matrimonial
engagement with Mr*. Roue Wood,
n Quakeress, residing at Martin'* Ferry.
Mr*. K. w described a* a blonde, somewhat
inclined to embonpoint, and bearing
no traces of the care* of forty year*
upon her comely, well rounded and altogether
comfortable looking facts.
Mr. Ed. Larkin will leave for Chicago
to-day, and be absent about two week*.
During hi* absence Mr. Larkin will visit
a^ brother who i* about to graduate at
Notre Dame, Indiana, college.
Mr.George Vennum has oeen engaged
by the manager* of the Standard club ns
a relief pitchcr. He will leave Peoria,
111., on the firnt train.
Prof. Bundy, of this citv, will hold a
u>.i? i> 1? 1
Phillip*, of the Erie club, has been engaged
to pitch for the Standard*.
An excellent crayon picture of Ilishop
Kain in on exhibition nt Ni coil's. Mr.
John Mylesis the artist.
Mr. James A. Leasure, a glass blower
engaged at the Central Glass Works, ha*
been awarded a patent for an improved
Mr. Kichard L. Howell,son of A.Allen
Howell, Esq., of this city, was among the
boys who took part in the closing exercises
at Cheltinham Academy, near Philadelphia,
on the rjthinst. lie delivered
the valedictory address on the occasion,
and a correspondent informs us that he
made a very creditable speech. He has
been at the academy for nve years past.
Judge II. J, Samuels, of Cabell County)
accompanied the excursionists to Steuben
vi lie la?t night.
liUNYAN'a Pilgrims Prooreh?.?A delighted
audienco assembled at the Zane
Street M. E. Church last night to witness
this great Panorama on exhibition here.
This is one of the few entertainments that
surpasses one's anticipations. The enconiums
it has received have been well and
truthfully bestowed; No more interesting
and instructive entertainment has
been given in the city. It is one of the
moat sublimo and artistic spectacles of
the age, comprising GO collossal paintings.
This immense gallery of art, in
connection with the transformation
scenes, surpassingly beautiful) is accompanied
by an eloquent lecture and appropriate
music. Kead the following testimonials
Ker.Theo. L. Cnyler, D. of Brooklyn,
"It his no equal on either side of the
"The most sublime and exalted conception
of the cross 1 hare ever seen inaru"?
.Key. a, n. ijng, ?r.
Admission 25 cents; children 16 cetila. |
ClTT. SWZXNZT A WD TBI FlHCHOJf
Capt. T. C. Sweeney, of the steamer Fan* jt
chon, who if up the Yellowstone- Hirer
with hit boat writes as folIoVrt:
There is nletjty of colTbfi tb'e fiver
and creeki; in one place, one vein of 24
feet, on Cuater Creek, the coal ia said to
be aimilar to Pittsburgh coal. I have o
never seen it; but I did open a mine of 10
feet of Rood "Lignite coal," which 1 uie
on the Fanchon. It makes a very hot J
fire, with not much tlame, and burna to *'
white ashes; no sulphur in it. In this 10- 1
foot vein there is 12 inchea of pure can- J
nel coal. This mine is at the water's b
edge; we dig it easily and shovel it on the P
guards. "Iheie will be millions in it in J
time." Last season boats did not use the C
coal, as they said it was not good, but
this boat can burn it successfully. 1 will
locate this mine if lean. There is about
10,000 tons to go up the Yellowstone and a
Big Horn this season,.and nono of the
boats can carry over 200 to 250 ions. We a
have just 200 tons on this trip. It will li
tako fast work to move so much freight i
in three months, ns navigation don't last
much longer than the middle of August, f;
We can't run at night, as the river in new
to navigators. T. C. Sweeney.
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Water.?People residing in the higher
portions of the city complain that as a It
rule on Mondays they have great difficulty
in getting enough water to do their t
washing, owing to the indiscriminate nse f
of street hose in South Wheeling. There A
is too much water thus wasted in sprink- r
ling the streets, when it is needed, as is
generally the case on Monday in house- c
hold duties. p
The Jefferson County Democratic Con- ^
vention will meet in Steubenville to day. L
Messrs. Winter and Ploiss uavo one of r
their celebrated concert* at Charlie
Jfehler'i last night. S
Ooxuxupus effort impoverishes the ^
blood unless it be kept pure by suitable u
food nnd (when needed) Dr. Bull's Blood 1
Look Out Fob Baroains.?Great re- a
iluction in pricea of Dry Goods, Carpet*,
Oil Cloths nnd Window Shades at Henry j
Itoemer's. No. 2000 Main street. 0
We will sell for the next thirty clays
our entire stock of goods at cost. Call a
and look at our goods and obtain prices, ?
Our large stock of Spring and Summer r
Dress Goods must be closed out.
Look at our Dress Goods at 10 and 12} g
cents. Elegant Dre*a goods worth 50c for
20c. Dress goods that cost 35 and 40c for
25c. Elegant Black and White Summer .
Silks for 76c. All Wool Black Cashmere
worth 90 for 05c. Ready Made
Skirts worth $1 for 75c. Fine Silk Sun
Umbrellas at cost to close out. Fine Shetland
Shawla for Summer wear very cheap.
Carpet*, Oil Clothes and Window
Shades, cheaper than ever before oflered
in the city. Call and see our 20 yards of
Carpet* for $3 30. Look at our 30c
Flowered Carpet. 50c Carpet for 35 and
40c; they arc superior to anything in the
city for the price. Corsets?A good Cornet
for 40, 50 and (>0 cents a pair. The
cheapest nnd best stock of Cassimeres to
be seen anywhere, good all Wool, for 50
cents. The best goods made, from 75 to
25c per yard. Call and look at our stock
and you will be convinced that you can
save money by buying your goods at
Xo. 200C Main street.
There will be a Grand Excursion to
tin? Ohio Slate Capital by the Baltimore
& Ohio Kailroadon Wednesday, June 20,
1877, and a trip through the Ohio Penitentiary
and other public buildings. A
special train will leave Wheeling at ft a.
m., lien wood 5:25 a. m., Wheeling lime;
Bellaire 1:40 a. m., Columbus time, and
arrive at Columbus at 11:15 a. m. Fare
for the round trip, ?2 50. Children under
12 years of age, half fare. Arrangements
with the Warden have been made
for a special escort, giving an opportunity
of seeing the entire 1.000 prisoners at
work and at meals. This is aspeeinl arrangement
made by the B. & 0.11. R. Co.
to allow the neonle on this excursion to
visit the State Prison and be conducted '
through itH numerous work shops, meals (
and sleeping apartments, free ot charge. |j
Excursionists will have ample time after '
leaving the Penitentiary to visit the ?
Capitol building, the newlnsane Asylum, '
which is the largest building in the world,
besides the numerous other Srate institutions,
The returning train will leave
Coluiuhus at 5:25 r. m.
Dn. K. A. FarquiiarV Medicated
Cracker.4*, for the relief and cure of
every form of dyspepsia, or other functional
disease of tho stomach and bowell,
as well as all sympathetic affections .
arising therefrom. There is no taste or I
Rmell of medicine about them?nothing
to indicate to persons using them that
they arc taking medicino. Their principles
are so combined as to affect the system
by insensible action, which gives a
quick, healthy and complete digestion,
cures the dise&so by removing the cause.
For sale by druggists and grocers generally.
If you want to get suited in a pair of
shoes go to L. V. JSlohd's.
Break down in Prices.?Dress Goods
3 cents, Black Kid Gloves 35 cents and
Carpets as cheap as 15 cents. They have ,
to be sold to raise money now. ^
J. W. Ferrei..
The cheapest nhocs in the city at
Li. V . iJLOND 8.
KXTRAORniJTAHY BA110AIN8 IN i'lAXCK
and OiuiAKtj.?Our readers will hardly
credit it when we tell them how low a
first-claw Piano or Organ can be boosht
at Adams & Lucas', 1227 Market street.
For instance: .
A fine carved Knabe Piano, seven oc- |
taves, a* pood as new, for S375; first cost
An elegant rofewood Piano, carved
legs, seven octaves, (can not be told from
a new one) for $205: first cost $500.
Other Rood second-hand Pianos at from
$ 10 to $150.
Fplcndid new Pianos of the best makes,
including Steinway, Knabe, Hotel ton and j
other?, at from $400 to $1,000. (
In the line of Organs Messrs. Adauis &
Lucas sell the Mason St Hamlin, Smith,
American, and several other makes, nt
the lowest possible prices?I rotu $85 to
$300. Borne very good second-hand Organs
as low as $40 to $fl0. Altogether, a
better variety can not bo found in any
Terms of payment will be mado to suit
all responsible parties, while for cash a t
very liberal discount will be made. 1
The finest shoes kept in the city at
L. V. Blond ij.
Cahpeto ! Carpeta! Carpet* I It is a |
well settled fact that the cheapest. Carpets
and Dry Goods in the city are found
at J. W. Feruel's,
Corner Main and 20tli St.
Latest styles of shoes just received nt (
L. V. Blond'b.
? ? 1
IIueak down in pricea of Dry (loods
and Carpets. Now is your time. Call
and price. Got to sell. J
J. W. Ferhel.
Good Advice.?Now is the time of
year for Pneumonia. Lung l'ever, Ac. 1
livery family should have a bottle of
boirciree'a German Syrup. Don't al- j
low for one moment Ihul cough to take c
hold of your child, your family or your- (
self. Consumption, Aathma, Pneumonia, (
Croup, Hemorrhages, and other fatal din* ?
eases may set in. Although it is true
Uehhan Syrup is curincr thousand* of -
Uie*e dreaded diaeaie*, yet it in much better
to have it at hand when three doges 1
will cure you. One bottle will hurt your ,
whole family a winter and keep you nafe
from danger. If you are conaumptite,
do not rent until you have tried this remedy.
Sample bottlea 10 cenu. Regular :
Iff Jb centa. Sold by your Drugging ,
\\ holwale igentt, Logan, Liat & Co., and :
Laughhn Bro?. & Co. eodaw
Guns' floe ihoei ol tha latest utiles
ml received it 1. V. BLOIIM.
Good Black Kid QIotm lor 84 ctl., it
J. W, FnaiL's.
JtBT received, > lot of Children's Shoes
t thel?le.t.lyle?,.t L V. Blomd's.
All nervous, exhaustion, and painful
Ifcaaes speedily Yield to tin curative
nQuences of Fulvermacher's Electric
lelts and Bands. The/ are safe, simple,
nd effective, and can be saillj applieil
j the patient hlmaell. Book, with fall
artlculan, mailed free. Address PolnuiActilK
OiLVAKiu Co., Cincinnati,
the science deparieu lor rarkeraburg
t her usual hour.
The steamers Nail Citj and Barnard
rrived from Pittsburgh yesterday. The
alter will go to St. Louis to-day with a
ow of naila and glassware.
The Whale yesterday morning arrived
rom below with the tow of the Ed. Hobbs.
The Express paused down last night.
The Salt Valley will pass down this
The Kagon will be this morning's Par:ersburg
The Andes arrived from Cincinnati in
he afternoon, and took an excursion
tarty to Steubenville in the evening. At
i r. m. to-day she will return to Cinclnlati.
The W. P. Thompson is due from Cininnati
to-day, en route to Pittsburgh, in
dace of the Emma Graham.
CapL Thornburg is In command of the
V. P. Thompson, and Nat. Earhart is in
Tho steamer Carrie Brooks' new chimleys
add very much to her appearance.
The steamers of the Anchor Line at
It. Louis have been repaired at an ex>ense
of over $50,000.
Capt. "W. I. Kountz expects to put new
aachinery in the big boa*, building at
WI..I n n..na Tl.ii IT...
LAiuer will probably enter the Pittsburgh
,nd SVheellng trade.
The St. Louia Republican nays: The
ron Mountain Company Ib bringing no
ire to the river bank on account of the
ugh water. The amount of the dump is
ibout 8,000 tons, the nrice firm at last
firing's quotation* and none shipping by
Iver at present on Ohio river barges.
Last evening the marks indicated 5 feet
i inches and falling.
I By Tetognph.]
PmsntJBOH, June 18.?River 4 feet 3
nchea and falling. Weather fair and
farm. Arrived?Salt Valley, fronton.
)eparted ? Carrie Brooks, Wheeling;
ialt Valley, Ironton.
Cairo, June 18.?No arrival* since
loon. River 31 feet and rising. Weatbr
Memphis, June 18.?River 25 feet.
iVcather showery. Departed?Uarrett
ind barges, Ohio river; L. M. Norton, St.
Omaha, June 18.?Itiver 13 feet 7
nchea and falling. The steamer Big
lorn passed Plattsmouth this morning,
ind will arrive here this evening.
Lodisvillk, June 18.?Weather warm
mil clear. Departed none. River 7
eet 9 inches.
St. LouiJi, June 18?Arrived?Orand
Power, Vicksburt:; Joe Kenney, ICansa*
2itj; Belle, St. Louis. Departed?'War
Sagle, Keokuk; Yaeeer, New Orleans;
Dubuque. St. Paul. River has fallen 8
nches. Weather clear and hot.
Cincinnati, June 18.?River 11 leet 2
nches and falling. Arrived?Rover and
>arges, Pittsburgh; Mary Houston, New
)rleans. Departed?Courier, Wheeling;
dary Houston, lxMiisville; Rover, St.
[jOUU. Clear and hot.
Little Rock, June IS.?Weather very
:lear and warm. River receding slowly";
;auged at 24 feet. The damage done by
lie overuownan been greater than at any
inie ninco the war.
VlCKSBORG, June 18.?River rose
nchen. No arrivnln oi departures,
Kvansville, June 18.?Weather chicfy
clear. IU?er rising, with 11 5-l(J feet
>n the gauge. Up?idlewild, Maggie
Smith, Florence l*e, Greyhound and
Howling Green. Down?Golden llule,
Foe Bigley and Dick Johnson.
In the execution of
Artistic Job Printing
'here is no office in West Virginia that has
a reputation equal to that of the
Their fiicililien fnr tli? .i??ntlAn nt !.?
lest class of work arc not excelled by any
CHECKS, SHOW CARDS.
Business men will fin?l the best place to
ret their PRINTED BUSINESS STATIONSRY
in first-class style, and at reasonable
trices, is at the
NTELLIGENCER JOB OFFICE,
25 & 27 Fourteenth, Street.
In the District Court of tin United b'lata* for tho
District of Wot Virginia.
Thomas C. Uroro
I. M. Bltek. with Ell&ibrth It. . ....
UUck bit wife, tod Janir* llain- 10 u,|BWJr'
mond, with AumoiIr Hammond,
Notice Is hereby xiren that I shall, at tnj office.
<o, 1142 Chspllno ktro, t, Wheeling, W. Vn., ou
MONDAY, tho 2d day of July, 1877,
'uriuinl Iniilrcr.* mtilaaniUnUK.! l-.i I
mtitlwl nun, on thin fiih day ol June, 1077, prowd
to take, itate and report an account of?
i I,.*5f.!!f!,0S .e. v, e,ta'? mentioned in the
lr?l copied In Lxhlb t No. S, with their rnwttlTo
.mounts anil priorities. 1
II. Any other dobta which mar hare ?**n Hi.,
ml owiu* by -id A. M. Wacko/janSfluTm^J
l0|f ieT? T uf A. D. 1870.
t MlJi fJ. ?t^rtkl ettate mentioned in
ho deed copltd in ExfclMt No. S of the bill,
.ill. ' ^ ^5* Ja,l,er deemed pertinent by my*lf,
or rointred by any of tbo partle* In Intavwu
^ HANNIBAL FOBBtt,
W T Uf n Com'r D-a u- H- D- w. Va.
jafrF Co*0**' ,of PWnUff.
D EFINED 8UGARS?500 BARRELS
Powdered. Granulated, Co Che and
fellow, in toreandforaala at loveat market rates.
m, Bhiuy, 1M9 ?nd mi MMn bt.
PENN MUTUAL Lll
OIVIOENOI PAID TO POLICY HOLDERS
8 AMU C. JIU
BAML. E. STOKES, Vice Prcildent
H, 8. bTEFUKNH, ad Vlco Pr?li!?nt.
every roiioynoiaer u a manner or tni
II hit declared mora dividend! la aaa
Company la the United Statea.
II la liberal la lie manageaienl, praitp
HOIJKUT W. XUOI
'.OFFICE, No. 28 TWkLI
ffAftaU ??ol?<l In every notion ot I
e . ,
PRODUCT OF MILL I,
Buchannan & Lyalls' New'
Three of the largest and most ce
States. We oarry a large line of
vantages not obtainable elsewhere.
urtLL aimu tAAMine ui
And you will be convinoed (for I
Joun K. lkmroRD, Pre*I. Ubo. Adam, Gub'r.
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
Succcnor to tho
FIRsT NATIONAL DANK OF WHEELING.
Capital - 1280,000
This Rank In organized and prorwred to transact
tho butim-M of bunking in all In detail*.
It auccecda the First National Rank ot Wheeling,
is owned by the aswu shareholders aud la under the
By carefully regarding the Interest* of Its Corrospondents
and l)ew*itore, and by a prompt and
faithful execution of their wl?hcfl,lt hopes to merit
their esteem and confldeucv.
Notts and Bills discounted.
Collection* undo on all point* throughout the
Deposit Accounts subject to check at sight r?cdvrd
from Hanks, Banker*, Firms, Corporations
Certificate* of Deposit Issued payable on dniusnd
or at tixtd dates.
Interest allowed on 8|>ecUI Deposits.
John K. Hotsfnrd, I Wo. B. HlmiKon,
' Jacob 8. Rhodes, Win. A. Turner,
Wui. A. Isett, | John I* Ilobla,
A.M.Adams, | O. C. Dewey.
Henry M. llnrper, | my'Jl-diw
Owctc-No. 1808 Main St.
Intcrtit paid on Special Deposits. Collection*
made and proeecd* troraptly remitted. Account*
of merchants and otnen solicited.
Ttaoa. H. LUt, | j. l. Btlfel,
K. J. Hmyth, W.T.Bart,
Cbu. H. Booth.
W. A. Wllnn, |
TllOd. n. LUT. President.
J. 1- 3TIFEL, V. Prcat.
8. P. HI LPKETll, Onbler. >18
D. C. List. Joskni Hxtdolld,
Mknby K. Litr, Umox Lam d,
W*. A. Lwr, IImrt W. Lm.
Bank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
o?pit?i, ion, ooo.
Btockbrfto. jicnoMlly It.Lie ?:iJ rrpiarntlng
ow 1600,000. *
Bcrdrei DnwaJta ?m] DtwounU P>i*r.
Exi!^1 ' S""'' C?l,-u lu ,nJ elHlll,?
* Mill I. *uLll. P I 1 , _
-">?> uu uikkdu, ireiinu, trance, urrtuany
and oilier prominent ptrta of Europe.
??f5U52. uoTcrntnenl, .State, City and IUIIInterwt
paid on 8pecl*l Deporita,
Special attention given to Collections.
? D. C. LIST, I'rrtMcnt
(i. LAMB. Caabler.
JOS. BEYBOLD, AaalaUnt Caabler. JaH
J. N. Vaxck, hroa'L Ain't LitmnuH, V. I'.
Capital. ? .noo.oeo
Liability oI Stockholders..... 400,000
JPftW u.cS*uf t0 ,ha ??us!mm of tbo Mw
cliAnla1 National Bank, and deals In Coin, Coupons,
Commercial Paper and Billa of Exchange.
In term paid on Special Do poci U.
Collect loin nuulo on all points and proceeds
Accounts of Bankcra and Brulnoaa Men solicited,
r ? Hi' h 3 depoal tors acoordlni to the
Conatjtutlon ol the State the aama aa In National
J. N. Vane*, 8. Horkhdm*
L. 8. Delaplalu, D.uKT*'
J.O. Uofluuan, Win. ElUoihanL
KWS, " w*"^
"< JOHN J. JOKKH, Culiler,
w. i ciurni, A. I. Mm.,
" CL Brewer. 11 acinar
SMITH & CO.,
Brewen, Miltitor. & Hod Dealeri.
mwenr, and changod Iti en lire nunistmcnt by
w|MlilB|j i Joint Htock CotonuT.iod iiIuIdii Mr.
i'Jf? . . ,n ch,r*? of 1110 WwinjlX-parttnent,
we are now prepared to (urnkh
BITTER, PALE * KENNETT ALES, PORTER, ko.,
Fidly upto theitanJard which haa heretofore given
una tueh extend reputation.
Wo rwpeetMIy solicit your patronage.
w BHiTH A 00.
JAMES I* IIAWLEY,
And REAL ESTATE AOENT,
?A.Lficoi iiffotuiej for Lrndm and Hornj??rt.
1220 Mux tfrRMT,
T^CCOS-1 HAVE ON HAND
?u..!L5 ! Tobaccoa from the leading minSKS?*?
^ mdudtfiR LortlUrd'a,
,lolb ?k ? Monitor N?rjr, Harry C.
Holbrooka NaTjr Homcr Hudson, J. 11. Pae?,
Richmond: J. R. Pace, Danrllle, Va.; H. P. (Irare
.tilA JiS1, f an iurnUh all styles uutU by
thcav lactorl#* at lowest market prlcv.
M. REILLY, 1108 and 1311 MalnBt.
5Q0 BARRELS FLOOR?
Mil la, Indlaaa, Atlas, Kail at j. Fox
??lt ?t WW eat market rati#.
LOT, DAVENPORT A PARKS,
FE INSURANCE CO.
I JAB. Willi 11A80N, Aoluuy,
I HEMBY AU8T1E, Secretary.
i Company, citltled ( all III advaatagu
ibnr, and of i larger parcanlaga (ban any
I In Ita iitdeawnla of Unit.
[EB, General Ak?h|.
TO ST., WHEELING, W. VA.
he Bute; alto City Solicitor!. ?pj;
t \/ O <TN />
\T & OUINb,
,000 BBLS. PER DAY.
York T obacco Manufactory,
lebrated manufactories in the United
JK IIYIIYltlNSL S I UUK OF
ike quality) our prioes ire far below '
lY &c S03STS,
08.1412 & 1414 Main Street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
J1STAIUJSHED IN 1837.
J. HKUOM VANCK. | W. K. tll'01119. | A. U. U1KCRKI y
VANCE, HUGHES & CO.,
VANCE & ADAMS and C.D.KNOX k CO.
Mnnufucturerxaml Jobber* of
Boots and Shoes,
No.1301 Mtln St., Wbnllnj.W.Vi
- II) cc 1
> m CD 35
? Cj .~.s
W L1 ?0 jg
? i i tL S.HSI
J. M. HAWLEY,
Office?930 KI aiiket Street.
Kesidence?51 Fifteenth 9tabkt.
"CIOII SALE?On South ltroadwajr iIki-I IiUdJ, ^
I; ono Building I/>t, 40 feet front by d?"fp- ,j
Fine ibade trees, and lot 1111*1 tin aboTcitrert crtJf
nya JUHW M. HAWI.M. j
A pleasant Front Room oil second lloor,
suitable for a gentleman and liU wife, furniihed
or unfurnished. Also, four roun?
men can be accommodated with a comfort
ablo home, board and lodging. Bedrooms
12 by 10, one bed In each room. Good bathroom,
supplied "with cold and hot water.
A large front sitting room down itair*. 1
specially for the boarders. Table furnisL
ed with the best the market afford#.
Apply at 128 Sixteenth 81
GASOLINE COOKING STOVE.
The mcit Economical and Convenient Sto" 'n
NO SMOKE, NO SOOT, NO DIRT.
It is ll|ht snd portibJe snd ftstlj mo?ed }>7 '*
I*raon. uin w used jntne fitting iwon, ??'^r
orout of doors. JU.-iT THE TIUNU H?Ufcl ?
MKR USE. WJll Bako Ictlcr than anj }<*?<'
Wood htove, ss tho beat is nnlfcnn and es-ll/ regulated.
Will Boat all kinds of Mali. FowU, ff;
In short this Store will do all klndicl wuk ']'?
can Le dona on any Cooking Htovs or Ran**, and in
shorter time, as the Stove can 1* lighted sr?ljraJf
for use In two minutes. The Oven can l? hw'?^
ready for Baking in Ave minutes. large nuiuwri
are now in use in dlffcrcut parts of the country.
giving entire satisfaction. TheBtoTecan hr?*n?i
Ji 0. PAYNE'd, Asmt.
mjM 1414 Market Ht, Wh*l"K
M. GROSSMANN'S ,
These One tlme-keepen arc manufactured s|
Dresden, Haxony, hr Morriti Orwamsnn, "f
lopifml fame. In ladles' and gent's ?i?s,I*'"'
and stem winding. Thcr are constructed on jn*
same principle as the watches of the Utt Adojpjj
Ijinge, and arc of vcrj superior workmaniniPi
juny guaranteed wr p*ri<>imane<? aim
Tbtj are the beat, tbejr coil beln* confide"", ??
h?T?bcen produced In any country. 1A?? 10
tpectlon la Invited.
C. P. brown.
Solo Agent for Wheeling uul rictiillT.
1207 lUiiKirr Strbkt.
A full line of *11 grain of American an J*
Watcbai at very low prlcea. !!rLNOW
13 THE JIMK TO BKIUKE tksbiTOHV.-is'oU
iremUlnj Irom ? W
iwrday. Wo want AgenU In e?ery """if'
aod townahln In Ohio and WwtMnjInkJ* ^
pleaaant bualoeaa than aelllng book, am
oroBtable. Oae youDi lady,!'7?' ? , ,/.. i>cIng
15 00 per day tellloc the Hl^ory of IM ^
Ho. Jl ftutraUi St., WSkUJ!,? >'
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