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KF.YT ? . ? fik m ?<>nth,?Cne Hall m. Nf*H tr?l Hi**. I. IE Wilt, AgtiC P ; ? UA% HI V MICK DWELUJCMB W> m T?*fc nn?i, ? I. <f?uinte? ?.*m r?Mi mm* a talk rwtt. Ita<r oat#r ami pi and ? AMTJkl DIKIVO ItOOMM, >o iiyi MarkM Buret. ^'AMU> Tt? RKKTI . r.tu i?A Boon inituMc f??ra I'lioA4 w k IV. WILLIAMS, lUrtiu'a FerI" firing locality nml ternm jier p)R fcF TTibr***tnry Warehouse No. I'J * '? ?trttL Two front*, Maiu and HmUi atrrtu. IWraaion April IhU ArMj u A. ALLKN HOWELL. p)l hale or RKNTA ?'TJ Country lUaiUrafle, one tnllo ** ' ' JU>4??pu?t ? ll>? .National Koad, with one *? i*l well i uliUatrO, and tint-clue I* u*? kn.t llouar, with all modem Improte >.m& n *, 1.4 rlihrf Ml# or rent, to init (he i lot farther mlonnaiiou enquire ( IHAAC lllWIN, t? -i lit I ml National Bank, bridge;oil. QMTELUNQ HOUSE FOR RENT. IU. it Mmik front itreat, laland-pleafantly mk ..i?i and deairaUe. Alan, one Boom In aecond ??y K*. *i Tvelfik itroet, lulUtlo lor an office m room. r?w<Mlon giren Jmnmliakly. DB. E. A. llllDbLTH. u No. 1207 Cbapllno Ht JfoR RENT?IIOU8E? uauintaf rlfht noma and Bath Room, on MiOTt, brirm 11th and 14th, vwt ililo. mm! waur. Will be rental low to rwjxjialblo Kn.<ulr* ol JOSEPH L. WILDE, u.:i IW?llrr atwl hUttowr, 1060 Main Ht. FOR SALE. poR SAI.E?COUNTRY RESIDENCE. \ b<?a>? with lire rooms, situated near Elm tirof--, ri.uvvnirnt lo the station. Call ??? or a?ldre?B JAM. UILCHlUsTT, itlH Custom House. rpRl'STEK'3 SALE OF A Valuable Marshall County Farm, t *< kawa u Ihf d.KM E.Sri FARM. Ft ? ! .*. ti dmld tniat made l?jr Chirlea 1 -i.i ' Fiiher, lib wife, of Murihull .1 t. U.-i \iryii:U,t?.theundcrilgnedTruitee, 1 >1 > ' I April, 1*75. aii'l of ikotiI nmmi't lltr land rtrorH* ? ( Marshall county, West \ ir*n id ihctl of 'Iiust IWwk Ho. 1, lagtfl IG7-S, I ill ?.n hATt'tl'AY, the 21st day of July, 1877, ??-? nmnf at 10 o'tlork a.m. of uld day, at the ti.nl .lotif ?.f the tourt House of Ohio county, Wdrrlmi;. Wr?t Virginia, N il at nubile auction, to tb? inhitu Nntl ??t l.lddrr, the followingdescribed i<?l raute, that b to say: TwotrarU or pam-M of land, Mtiutrd In the r?-iDt j t>( Marshall aixl state <4 Wost Viral In, iif?i. aitd donate! aa Iota number our and tiro, um a aurvry tnrrrvf uiadc hy Michael Dowler,8urMarvtuUlcountr afomuid, contained within thr (i.ilo* icj; (takes aud bound*, tourrea and dbtaa. r?, that ta to aay: ttavinuioi; lor lot number 1 (1) nt n sycamore on it?c branch of Hi# Wheeling Ciirk. on the lin. ?.f the trai t of land heretofore told by Ellen H. Ha. ujnan to lharhs Nubii^bt; theme down the m i < t?-U 1 ! j |ioira to a box elder near the uioutti ?.( Mull ?run. thrmr up raid run with the iceani<?? iltrnof ZC'i |?le? to a ajcauioie and elm; ibmo- * MM*> BHpolesto a hickory; thence U ;? V, 1. :i o-lOpolca to a beech; thenre N 14)4", W . | to a stnkej thence K :k;E 40 (niIus to a throe* N * , E22j?i!e.?toa wlilteoak; thenre W 1ft pain to a while oak: thence N W i.'|? to a while oak; them-e N 11%". E 15 i.. a whileuik; thence N li!1./,E ll jmlcs lo thenreM7ir, ESS poles lu a stake; thenre N m .tin |< l<? to a while walnut; thence N 70', k 4? |?.lrt to a ilone: theme B 7f> , E 11 4-10 pole* lu *nc*t Inr thence N I'j *, E 41 poles lo a stake; it?ro" ft K vr.-io lulu lo the pluecof I*iim.ii.,:, <otuiiuli)g 1TC aiies and 14 poltK, tuure oi Im Acl Illuming lorthe ulJ |nl No.'.'(two) at n itir on -? Hun; tlirnrr down said run I" thr sycamore aixl hit on the course oi thu mU l?t Jin. I, alio>e ?lr??itl<s|, on htull'ii run; tbn .r J..?n the la?t Mentioned run with the jueamWrin^lhrrvvf .Hii pal?? ton ?u<ar tree; thenre 4a* II Hi* Whi-ilinj: Oir.-k 47 'J-10 |?jh?to a Make *i the Itoe ol Jai oh Keller's land; thence N SO', W &a|?lr.|oa white wlnnl; ihrtue n i ikiUh to a ttmr, Ihence ? > fii , W 14 |>ul<~? lo a stake; thenre * II , W .IT |olr? to a slake; thenre821fc*. W 27 I '.r* ! . 1 ,1,1 . I In III* k U* 47 i?Im In a null t lick oak; thence N .WIC2-10 poles too in itim.v H , W .'>6 4-10 pole* to n Mour, ttirTM* N *<" . W Mpvici to ii ?mall iloulili* Mark Ml. tbrtuvH I'.'H , K.MJ-jpole* ton Make; tlicnro H , \V |>vle* to h Mone: tin urn ti 41'', II3 i??lr* i? a lone; tlunri'S 62?, k 6'J |<olw to u ihjjw 1*i tUriKr .* h 1.4 iiulea toa (hestnut; thenee h ? . * :ji i?.1? to a ?take; thence 8 41*iJ, W 81 H" '? a < bntiiut uak ituuip; Hit ncc S o?W JK p?4r* to ttie|>law?ot ginning. eontitlnlnR 177acre* |? , more or It M, with nil thu ltulldlnga untl appurtinaumi thrrrunto belonging. Heing the tmr lui.l iMiiTcjtrU to the aanl Charlea l'uher b? ilu.Qit?l tort**, Iniitee, by deed dated the r>tli ?!?? ul April, 1*V>, aul duly recorded among the Ui?l reewil* ol Marshall county, Wctt Va. Tana* or hAt.t?One-third cash, ami lliebnlat>cp la twor?jual jeatly payment*, interna from l*i day ol Octolvr, and iccured to natltfacllon ol ti? Truster. IK WIS BAILEY, Tnute*. I?y II. 1'uanE*. hi* Attorney. W. II. LlaLLKit, Auctioneer. Will VI !Xn, June II, l?77. jel'2 pOH HALE? Klfhty choice RulMlng Ixtti on Wheeling Inland. I'iMf fiout f too to ftiflo each. Only one-sixth of ?h? fun h*? mom r required in nuih. The residue MM* I* paid auniuuly tu vivk e?jual iuatallmenta with intern*. Apply la JOHN P. OILCHRIST ap? At Ton Mill. JjlOB BALE? The Rcnidcnce of N. C. Arthur, on 15th ttrret, in the city of Wheeling. The lot front* about 63 feet on Fifteenth street, ml eitemls back to the nllev. The house i? a two-itory brick, containing ten rooms and finished attic, bath room, with hot and cold water, and ia in pood repair. There it alto a \wwh house, coal house, ash house, A?*.: on the property. Pen-on* desiring'to examine the property, or to aacertaiu the terraa of sale, will rail on U. G. BAKU, Attorney, |vt 1142 Chapline St. PeabodyInsuranceGo. WHEELING, W. VA. Paid I p Capital - - WritM iiKMlmtc llnm on inrclllngi. Farm ProMrmntUc^uid M?nnfactutlng ( DIRECTORS: AtMfo I/trine, A. M. Aihini, I*. W. J. ttatr*, J?a. F. Barnn, X P. HiMrrlb. Alt-x.laujjhlln, J..hn I- Kkr, C. A. Wlng?rtrr, 1L K Irwin, AU K7.0 LORINU, Prt?'l. J. V. I. RnrH}KH\ Xrc'y. ? rori:l MABTIN'S ' #: CAPITAL RESTAURANT. J jco. i1u makkt pt., ii t\' cm!', flrit^Uu i? l\t rtlt. Il If thi> unlv kMimr.1,1 h? iwna lor bdln,or bmjruu can find 1 UtM rlMnlinwa of a liomr. ramLlned ??t* U? U*t rauia* that ?*o l? Jouu.l In lb?> ril r. C Ik karfw no hand the trrjr be?t the mark* afford* IB v^MaUra. ftak, OTtlei*. gam*, and rmyihlog * ??b. im wrvra it up In a manner UMXcdled , ? IW country. Hp can lw r*llcxi uron airara to ? fcfMafc rtvryihlng Bnt-tUua. J?.S ; QUSPENDEBS? m ntur vuitn uo phicei io suit ?lu ! AT TOE MANUFACTORY, 101': 11.U:KKT Struct, ? f? Below I'oatoSlce. C TO CLOSE, i 111 I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF ? B00TS&SH0ES I o Bun ted mIIi Tlcketi to all polnta Eut and Vtmt, -T REDUCED BIT Ed. 1( ei "Round trip tickets to Baltimore and return, and Chicago and return, al?oou hand. ocfi c| LADIES' Linen Suits & Ulsters. > t( The Beat (Mittle, the largest AMortmrut, 1' the Low cat 1'ricva, nt C I. BLUM&BRO'S li a ir nil t II i I A li i: biKHemaniandbienaflines, > The largest AMortmrut, the IfaDdaomcat | _ Cioods at 60c ou the dollar. Coll on ^ i~ blttim: &: bro. ? SUMMER SILKS. I a Twentv-five different and flaudioinr Style? a nt 75c per yard, retailed everywhere u lit $1 <*?. Plain Colored Sllka at ?, $1 00, well worth $1 35, nt it i. blum&dro's ;; e< Dlack Gros Grain Cashmere liniithcd and ^ hund-made Silks nt nstoniiihiiiir low nricea P at 1. BLUM Bill)'#. c< 100 Silk Sun Umbrellas ami Paranoia at ? bottom price*, at 1. BLUM 4 BUO'.S ^ For REAL^tAltlJAINS in Fine Goods, r< go to 1. BU M & BRO'S. tl ci P. P.?We have now on exhibition fiOO b< I,?.lies' Linen SuitH anil Overdrensea that in beat nnything ever offered in this city. jelfl di Teeth extracted without ? PAIN. a. During the eleven y?n I have t*en practicing f1 in Wheeling 1 huT?? administered pi? to over aeven is thouwnd jhthoob with Pkrfkct Hafktt, and In (j altuoct every caw with cutlruwtUhctlou to rnyaelf , and i*i lentil. 01 We tunitantly kwp on handa ptiro Nltroui Oxide Gm fur tbotH* that deairt to take IL UK. tiUUOISON A HON, no23 No. 1148 Market Ht SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. it ti I hive Just received a very fine assortment of t? LACE COLLAR.", .. BIBS, BOUCIIE3, J' NECK-TIES, and TIE ends; ei Which will otfrred at very low prices. Also, another lot of 11LACK and WHITE CHIP HATS, Ir New Styles. STRAW HATS as low as 23c cach. All arc rc- ^ spcctluUy inrltcd to call and examine goods aud prices. ANNIE C. WAKERLEY, n JeW 1071 MAIM Stbkkt. L .i .1 tc ShtMdltqmrcr. I <3 _ In W K 1>.\ I.SUA V. JI XE 27.1S77. ? ci Now Advertisement*. Slock Sale?llervey & Britt. f' July Bills?Stanton & Davenport. .. Jucob W. Gruhb?Jeweler. ? School Picnic. Seven and Three-tenths Bonds. Second Moonlight Picnic. C( Dissolution of Partnership. Twelve Hundred Kolls of Wall Paper ?A. W. Paull & Bro. j( Ninety-five Cent CiobleiB?Cummina & ia Woods. s, H ire screen*? K. L. Kicoll. ^ Thermometer Record.?The follow- w ing shown the range of the thermometer, . as observed at SchnepPa drug itore, 10 Opera Rouse corner, yesterday : S1 8 a.m. 1211. Sr. m. 7 p.m. 79 & > ^ ^ ^ 82 ^ EXTRA, EXTRA-Will open this 7 P. h M. one hundred ixlra styles Qversklrts T snd Basques, for tha 4tb, it the wall " sum of $3.50. Call and see them. m I. BLUM & BRO. n T ci l'or Additional Local ike First rayc. 1*1 County Court meets this morning at D !*1 o'clock. tie The Centre Wheeling Market id under* V( going repairs. 1>1 The late rains have been of great e? benetit to the crops. CORK FIELDS are beginuing to present a n respcctablo appearance. ^ Birds of fashion are beginning to mi- V< grate toward the summer resorts. Lawn mowers are busy cutting it . short. Advice to correspondents. ^ The annual distribution of premiums at at Mt, do Chantal will take place to-day. ^ Council Committee011 Street*, Alleys ?nd Grade* met at the city building Isul night. T Tub Fourth of July is not far distant, CI and pvrotechnical patriots should Iny in b< * stock. O The IT. j. Iieasure boat club will haro i picnic on the Island nexi Saturday af- J,i lernoon. ? Eyinv train leaving the city bears ex- ?J :ursioniHtit for the cool shades of the , ural districts. ? - m ? M THE St. Alnhnniiiu&vMAtv in tll-onnrSnrr I o celebrate 'ita anniversary, which ocsum August 2d. Cj Tiik II. N. Mertz Literary Society h( ilwed the season with an entertainment et >n Monday evening. ra A LAiuiR children'* party was held 0I) ant evening at the reaidencool .Mr. Plat- ar iff Zane, at Pleasant Valley. w| Mas. Rorteoeb will enterUia n ntimfr of friends nt her residence on tlie th s'ntional Koad this evening. ev ? ? ba Tub "NVhelan Literary Society is ar? co anging for an entertainment for tho in rcnetit of the Catholic parish school. hi The Knglish Lutheran Sabbath School rill excurt to Point Mills, and picnic in fe: laaton's Qroye, on the fourth of J uly. ca AT PRICES !' BEYOND COMPETITION! IV iiontu T/\ UTAPL' C( B ei You rnn aavo money by calling nt el 1140 MAIN ST. ,T. T. STONE. I* Q A. WlNUKkiEK, o DENTIST. d Offlc* and RcaldaoM. No. 1067 Main Ht., oppodto Union, WhMlIng, W. Va. w *rNlt.'oui Ox!d* Uu and other Anarthetka , adnilnUUral. myl8_ 11 JJ FBANK, THE CLOTH 1KB, d *i TWKLVTI ?TM*T, 11 Tni Courts.?Hutrm* Court i'teals?Judge* Greene, Movrt and Jo n.?Court met at the uaualhour yeet g morning. Pngh vs. Atkinson, Atherton tb. II ile vs. Moxley and Conrad at al. ickson, Wyant A;Co., were submit! he lut two caiea were argued by 1 inton, Bennett anil Brannon. Win. B. Loomia, Esq.. of Ohio, l lmitted to praclico In this court. Barthalow v?. Allen and Adamion ieroe were continued. Adjourned till to-day at 10 a. &i. . Municipal Court?Judye Cranmei The following business waa before t )urt yeBterdayj Franklin Woolen 4Corapany va. J. mlko et al., in chancery; decree of re ire'entered. ' Elijah Marling, aen., va. John Robre al., in chancery; argument partly he ml continued until another aav. Adjourned until thia morning at 'clock. Police Court?Judye Cranmer. 11 in Honor yeaterday morning dlapc f the following cases: Patrick Lynch waa sent up for thi ara for dtoorderly conduct. The case against Jacob Frieze, char fith disorderly conduct, waa diamisi Minnie Megill was sentenced to thi ays in the county jail for disorderly c not. David Aimus was lined $1 for fastd is. Execution suspended on paym ( COStfl. Charles Ross (not the longdost CI: 7) paid a line of anil coats for dru lines*. The ciwo against "Bony" Merit liar^eil with disorderly conduct, < ontinued until Saturday at 4 r. m. Board of Public Wobkh. ? ' loard of Public Work* met nt the Ci )1 yesterday. Present?Gov. Mathe 'resident; Auditor Miller, Attor leneral White and Treasurer West. The Auditor laid before the Board st and pro rata valuation of the r nd personal property, money, credit* 1 ivestmenta of the Laurel fork <t* 3a. (ill Railroad Company for the y 377, showing the total valuation ot s roperty, etc., lying in the State of V 'irginia, to be $35,000. The Bo cemed the report satisfactory, and f said road. A doubt arising whether or not !o*rd ban the authority to proceed avo an araemment made upon the C sn?' llailway Company of Wheeli nd the. Board desiring to nee that c jmpany is properly assessed and p ixes upon itrf property, the Board tide its order of the lant meeting no fa effect* said company. The Auditor Mjucsted to sec that tho property, i nd personal, of said company, ia ass 1 for taxes by the proper assessor bio county, aa the property of other ayers ia ansesaed. The President of mi pan y, being present, assented to 1 rder, with the insurance that the c< any will report its property to snch ?ssor for aasewment. The Pcnnsboro and Harriaville Ri >ad company made a return Hhow ic valuation of its property, mo reditu and investments in this Stati b $12,000. The Auditor was directed into tlit* naaosdmont Bonds were tiled by the following 81 epositoriea: Commercial Bank, of Whi )g; Peoples'Bank, of Wheeling: Nali I Bank of "NV. Va., Wheeling; First j onal Bank, Parkersburg; Bank of L burp, Lewisburg, Greenbrier < rafton Bank, Grafton, Taylor Co.; B: [ Union, Union, Monroe Co. Adjourned. Pkbsonal Poiim.?Mr. Dan. Nea erer Parkeraburger who has been vi ig Inland friends for a week or so, irncd home on the steamer Andes } relay. Mr. John Berger, who has l>een 'est fur some time put selling gl jorplates, returned home on Mom renin#. , Mr. Harry McLuro returned he 0111 Texas on Monday afternoon. Lieut. Charles A. Williams, an 'heeling boy, is lighting Indiana laho. Mr. and Mrs. Wash. Dunbar left ! ?ht for their home in Chicago. Jishop Kain will leave for Parkersb day, and expects to be absent foruc me. Mr. James Cunningham, jr., a pro ent teraperanco worker, left for Cle ind yesterday to fill an engagement n le temperance union of that city. Alonso L. Chapman, formerly of I ty, but now a resident of St. lJouis,i \* been in the city for a few day f isiting friends, left jresterday morn >r St. Louis. Lonnie is a first-class 1 iw and has many friends in thia Tide ho are glad to learn that he is prosp '? Mr. Frank A. Woeber and wife i tlebrate their silver wedding on Frit rening. Messrs. Iw II. Browse'and "W. M. K jlph, railroad commissioners, were i rday afternoon sworn by Secretary late .Brady, and proceeded to conni le assessments of railroad propc ithin the State. Mr. G. W. Atkinson, of Charleston/ i the city yesterday, on his way to M uitown. St. Joseph's Academy.?Last ni iirt Kchool held their closing exerci sfore a large and Interested audier ho programme, which we give bel< as faithfully carried out: arch?T?nnhau?er (2 Pianos) W?; Uttt Addla Veaxcy, Emma AuJ, Mabel Fej and Jennie Horns. lorus?"Down in Dewy Dell,"..... 81 lorui?1"Hie Awakening of tho Ulrdj,"...Con ano Duct?''Overture toZampa,"^ Ml?*s Kato Kennedy and Mary O'Donnell ing?'"Serenade to Ida," ?..W?iuf Miss Mabel Teyton. led Ion?1"LitUo Brown Handa," Miss Annie Carroll. *al 8olo?^The Wanderer." ..... ?chu Mia Jennie Huruj. iiuo Dart?"8onata Wo. Mc Ml?i<? Annie HU<lnniionn nnd liuiin* Au: urcuon?"noDiniy 01 uiiwr," Ml* Dell* Jjuitnr. illad?*'3lnj, Sweet Mix Annie Nolan. ano Solo?1"Iji Source," J.lutucn MUa Jennie Burns. lection?"The Stream of Life,".. MIm Addle Vearer. *ml Duct?"I'aasage Blrda' Farewell." - -Mendrltt Mlaaea Jennie Burna and Annie Holan. Pretniurunn were distributed am< ie classes, and crowns for good cond id badges of honor to those who w ljudged worthy of them. The exerci included with the Coronation Ode, w xoinpaniments byMiu Lizzie Clark. The Standard Bape Ball Club ho Standard base ball club of Wht ig was badly beaten last week by bampions, of Springfield, Ohio, t >th are badly stirred up bv the Urba hio, Cithai, which says "the Champi ill club, of Springfield, has won anot ime. They found a net of wag ubbers, called Standards, over 'heeling, and they knocked the stuff it of them. The Champions will pri ily stay at Wheeling alt summer, or ng an the wagon Standards tumble ilnl.^ll'j nltxk" .Aim I \U \ W Srveiul member* of the Leaanre B< !ub went up to the Sisters on Mond Icr some pickets to protect their 1* >ubc from the ice this winter. The pi n were la?hed together and made int ft, ii|)on which the boys took paa.?: r Home, ueiore they had proceeded i their journey tho raft canio to nict id?they came home in wet clotl ithout any pieket*L Kiti.ioioCrf.?Klder David Walk, e Disciple* Church, who preached 1 ening, having been detained in tho ci j consented to deliver another d ur?o this evening.. Mr. Walk ia a v? iprt>uive speaker, and tho?e who hi u will not be disappointed. Fifteen cent* a head is the reward red by the City Sergeant for collarl nines. or Bab* Ball-Fat vs. Leak Ni*m.? Kn> One of the moat amuiing games of base cr- ball that waa erer played on the Fair Grounds took place yesterday afternoon, all, Tho two contending nines were composed, v*. respectively, of tho most corpulent and ed. thin base ballists in the citv. Frank Ed- Johnson appeared on the field in full base ball uniform. He ras was the Captain of the fnt nine and occupied the pitcher's position most of vs. the time, and so effective was his delivery that not more than 61 runs were msde ort of him in the aiz innings played. Capt. Tom. Duff seemed at home on tirst base, and his mulling was rewarded, by a lady admirer, by a handsome bouquet of fresh* Iv cut grass, neatly arranged. Henry *pa bmulbach, at right Held, distinguished fer 1 himself by entering intocon versation with lady acquaintance* in that part of the field .cht letting the other fielders attend to tho ar,j daisy cutters that came that direction. Alex Mitchell, on behalf of the two 10 hundred and fifty pounders behind, played excellently not having more than li.") passed balls. Capt. Asa Booth at ltd base and left field muffed everything in tsed k'001* Ht^e' cam? *n direction. I , tre field running after atray balla. 6upL f " Morgan kept ft vigilant guard over *ec- t , ond baoe, nnd no well did he play hi> po- r nition that repeated efl'orU on the part of * "v* the Lean to carry off that baw were con- i 1 tinually frustrated. Ed. Ansliutz'n play j on* in the field waa firiit-clai*. He fielded t the balUin so qolcklr thatit wm impOB- * wible to run around the baaea more than t ieI three timea on any one ball aent to him. t On the part of the Lean nine. Maj. i ia?* Alderion at 3d baw carried off the honora i forraufling. Frank Htanton pitched in e flood fttyle. Will. Brady dintinguinhed 'J unwell at the bat, lain aco're being no outa t and nine runa. Any of tlio Fata going i to the bat and not making a home ryn p. were looked upon on very inferior players. le We understand the fat nine intend trying 'I the Allegheny club a game or two next 'v',, week. Success to you, born. The score stood at the end of the Oth inning 51 to 12, ljie in favor of the Slim nine. CM HiUIDH. and Tho Athletic Club, of Philadelphia, tidy will play tho Standards on Friday anu ear Saturday, July Oth and 7th. aid The Stars, of Syracuie, will probably rest be here Monday, Julv Oth. ard An exciting message was received from di- Wheeling yesterday, after tho second Inninn wli.iti lliu urnrii dtnAil V in fl !n fa. Tor of the Alieghetiiea. The purport of ] the it was : "Who in the pitched in the to first two inning*."?/V/fs/mn/A D'upatch. !itl- The answer received was "George Venom, ing, Oo<l bleu* you !" laid The Pittsburgh Diipalch says: "Frank aya Woodmnncee, of Wheeling, has received set a splendid offer to pitch for tho Ltidras lows." Gammon. was The Standards and Alleghenies will eal play on the Fair Grounds to-day and toe? morrow. of There was another large crowd about tax tho telegraph otlice yesterday afternoon, the waiting to iicar the result of the second this game between the Standards and Ajleoin ghenies. The boys began to brace an- up some when it was known that neither club had made a scorc in the til- first inning, and when, in the fourth ining ning, the Standard* scored one, they began ney to cheer. IJefore the end of the game. i to however, their fare* assumed a more ito thoughtful expression. IMow we give the scorc: 'al?. Innlnn 1224SC7R !t eel- " On All^lmnics.. J1 I 2 0 0 0 <i ft 0-8 ^ a gUiidanli 0 u u 1 u u 0 0 o 1 ew. The Commercial Gazelle says that I lagan j0 . "in no slouch of n pitcher. Willi a good in|| quid of tobacco Ivtween his molars ho can stand in the pitcher's square and put in the balls all day." I, a OlMTRUCTIO.NS IN TIIE RlVER.?We flit- stated in a recent issue that a number of re- ltiiotd complained jhat the snag-boat ren- E. A. Woooruft'passed by,on her down trip, a number of obstructions between out Pittsburgh and Wheeling without rela.s moving them. These statements have lay brought out the following letter from Capt. Kowlry, of the Woodrufl: me u. s. Rn ah no at k. A. Wooiiiutff, \ June 22, 1877. J ?H Cd. Hwi. K. Merrill, If. S. Engineer : Colonel:?In answer to yours of tho |ut 21st inst. 1 would state that the only serious obstructions between Pittsburgh ?r- and Ileaver which were left by tho snagime are M follows: The bottom of a coal barge, covered m: with sand, just below the suspension * Iiriiliro nl l'iltrtlinrtrh. Till* I r/uilrl nnl rjt|, remove without endangering Horner's fleet of coal boats, which lay over one end |jjfl of the wreck. As there in as much water jj10 over this wreck as there is in the river, . >ast l'10 obstruction cannot be considered a* a ing very dangerous one. fel- The neJtl obstruction passed was two i coal barges at the foot of Lacock's bar. erI My reasons for not removing them are . that in the lirst place I did not know they i rjH were abandoned, and, ^ccondly, if they ja- were abandoned it would have* l?een impossible for me to work at them with the i an. snagboat, as they were about two feet out i res- ?' l',e waler when I passed. 0[ Whiie at Pittsburgh 1 consulted with ,jer the pilot of the Pittsburgh and Wheeling ,rly packct Express^ Mr. Win. Gordon, and all obstructions reported by him, which were ? WJW abandoned or which I could get at with or_ the Iwat, I have removed. 1 would suggest that pilots making i complaints of obstructions be requested i ght to K?ve their location, so that I may be nes, able to find them. Respectfully, ice. W. G. Kowley, Captain. i ,W| Colonel Merrill thereupon writes to the Pittsburgh Commercial Gazelle requesting ?ner pilots who made the statements referred rum to to write to him and mention by name * the obstructions which the "Woodruff' rone neglected, promising to have the matter investigated, and to have the obstructions . removed at once, "or know t!i?? n?mmi c *h7." Tub Executive Committee of the ' ljert Wheeling District Camp Meeting Associ* rirt ation met yesterday afternoon. The fol- ! lowing members were present: Rev. I). II. K. Dix, Joshua Lancaster, James Bod. ley, Joseph Bodley, J. M. Kichards and , John Bailie. f 11,1 Privileges and- prices of the boarding '' ..... tent for the Camp Meeting, commencing n August 21, were fixed tbo name a* lost . year, and are as follows: 9x9 with floor c $0,9x9 without floor $4,10x12 with floor V )n? $H, 10x12 without floor $rt, 12x15 with ncl floor ?10,13x10 without floor $3. er0 Admission fees to the grounds were . ^,Cfl made the name as last year, season tickjtj, cts 2"> cents, tickets good for one day 10 cent*. Fees for teams carrying passen- n gers to and from the groundB were tixed ? __ at two dollars |?er horse for tho time of J' ^ meeting. ^ [J? Under False Pretences.?Wrn. Con- 1 nu ncr yesterday complained before Justice v ' Wm. Phillips that Frank Goden had ob- " tained $17 from him under false* preten- F " ses. According to Conner's story, Godcn uj>l>ut-u 10 mm a icw uaya unco 10 go mio . * partnership and run a small steamer be,R tween this city and Bellaire, representing *! " that he could procure a boat mutable fur jl the trade at Pittsburgh at a rent of $2 SO I ' 0 per day. Conner gave Goden $17 to pay his c expenses to Pittsburgh after the boat, I , and Uoden, instead of carrying out that ' part of the programme, slandered his * money on a buggy ride. Goden wan ar- 0 , rested and sent to jail in default of $200 oa bfi1, U IS8 A ciiild ot Peter Pep new died very *?r suddenly yesterday morning at the reni- } dence of hi* brother, Air. George Pepper*. w ie*? in North Wheeling. Mr. Pepper* ?u 8 formerly a resident of Wheeling, but now c 0( live* in New Orleans, lib wile had the 0 Mt child here with her on a visit when the ^ sad event occurred. ^ is. * * i, >ry A boy named Wilson was driving Col. ?ar Jacob liornbrook'a horse and buggy up 19th street last efening, when tho horse I, became frightened and ran ofl*. The boy j of* was thrown out and slightly bruised, and es? a couple of wheels were torn from tho buggy. 1 "SiMOfiT" on Hian Oveh in B?l* Ai (out oounty.?The good people of Bel- degn uont couqVjt are in a stats of intense ex due* itement ovet certain mysterious trans- Bloo ictioni which are reported to have iccurred at the residence of Mr. Wm. W ilcOonw, a wealthy and highly respected fume itizen, who lives about five nulw west of for t! hiH city. Among tlio many eve witnesses the I o these mysterious "manifestations," celrt rere Messrs. Israel Steers, Thomas Ma- genu ors, Isaac Taylor and Kli Bailey, roll- low i ible and trustworthy gentlemen living maki n the immediate vicinity. These "mani* estations" are. of course, attributed to Cl niritual iniluences. though.howan Intel- atSp igent person can believo such nonsense ve are at a loss to understand. During Ot restcrday afternoon hundreds visited the not i! dace, among whom was Dr. J. M.Todd, 75 c? >f Bridgeport, who, after a careful ex* imination of all details aud evidences, retorts it as a mysterious and unaccount* Lc ible truth. But we will no longer keep Bros >ur readers in suspense, but procced to jive Home account of tliese strange and UC tartling events, as related by eye wit* B?11 lenses. Every movable article was rays* eriously put in motion. The show com- ' nenced in apantry adjoining the kitoben, rom whence a strange noise was heard Mgi o issue, which attracted Mrs. McComas' ittention, who called her son. The T? ion went for the father, who c??a! ir?s some distance from the house iud he on his arrival was so lumbfounded at what met his astonished Bros ense of sight and hearing, that he in j urn called several prominent and relia* V ?Ie neighbors, who witnessed the follow- .. ng strange freaks: A large, heavy piano ra* jerked several feet, and the stove t. mddenly moved across the entire room. . rwo c.ocks were thrown violently from he mantelpcices on which they were h daced. A tea kettle and sauco pan on ?? .i he cooking stove were thrown several .v, eet from the stove; wardrobes were at\>(1 implied of their contents in the wildest ~ :onfusion; a feather bed was carried . . rom one room on the second (loor through mother room and down a tlight of stairs; leveral large vessels filled with butter p. ... i f :i_ it-.. : in ol iiiu tauiiiv kujijuich were tururu ujmiut: lowii anil emptied of their contents, * lud when relillcd kept constantly movng about, when they were set in a tub, trom which they jumped and emptied q hemselves; a number ol large hams were r,' 'epentedly thrown from their hookn on ,o the floor, leaving large grease spots j(A ilinrn tliov nlii'lilfwl A nourintr mncliino ran thrown, top down, wveral feet from * position. Looka ami every movable JH hing in the house were promiscuously and 1 brown in every direction. A number of and ] eather beds were suddenly thrown to the loor, while drawers from bureaus were violently thrown to the middle of the Tr 00m. The entire outfit of a well stock- chea n1 pantrv was precipitated on the heads >f the observers; eight loaves of freshly Hi jaked bread were torn into a thousand only >iecesnnd scattered about the room. The strange phenomena commenced llj d>out*even o'clock Monday morning and style asted until eleven r. M. All waa quiet lay. luring the night. At about seven a. m. ing t reslerday morning hostilities reopened hibit md were kept up until nbout noon, when see tl hey ceased with the exception of some light demonstrations. A violent thun- Di ler storm passed over this locality in the Crai miming. everj A portion of one of the loaves of bread tiona tlluded to was brought to thiaoflice, and elf, a an be neen by all interested in the phe- ariaii lomena. Oiring to it* damaged condi- ?mell ion we are willing to dispose of it at less to im hin market quotation*. It ia duo to the Ihey ipiriti* to give them the benefit o( the idea pie* : xpressed by a gentleman who visited the torn 1 ceue, that perhans they took thin method quid if casting their bread upon the water*, cures rliieli we submit i* u good deal Fort letter business than assisting third- ally, ilas* juggler* to swindle the pubic. ^ lint in our own humble ipinionthe spirit of old "Saiumet," who "f0"' :scaj?ed from his keeper in the Opera ? louse in this city some week* since, is , loing the mischief. Sam. is a bad injun, B,I0W villi a dull tomahawk. If the Helmont ,, ountv people don't capture the noble old ? edskin, it h very likely he will capture hem, ad lie captured Home live or nix ? Kindred ot our citizen*. He ia worse .j ' han Old John RobinsonV pea lion. U Some of the more practical jteople over . he river nttribute the wonders narrated ibove to electricity, as the atmosphere ins la-en heavily charged with the lluid p or a numlier of days. The house ia o teavily rodded. Will come one rise and ' xplainV Doubtless crowds will visit j dr. McComas' house to-day, m vehicle* ?, rill be running from Hridgeport for ' heir accommodation. ^ A Fux in Custody.?Mm. Rebecca St. Jlair, a frail young widow of about forty hrce summers, on yesterday made com. ? ilaint before Esquire Phillips that Win. fox, nged 27 years, a healer in the Top Hill, was the father of an illegitimate ? ihihl that was latel v born to her, and that le refuted to take fier unto his bosom as us lawful and wedded wife, for all of E3 arhieh she feels sorely aggrieved and dcuands that justice bo administered to ?rc<t'1 ivr. rui wbh nrreaiea anu inning xo urninh a J&H) bond for his appearance Ai van seitt to jail. for; Serious Accident.?Yesterday after- ^'ef loon a boy named Frank Kemp was play- 5750. ng about the model barge Engene, lying An it the wharf, when the barge swung out ^tJ8* nto the river and the plank fell upon a n?1 lira, breaking his thigh and bruising bis lead and face considerably, llo was car- $40 1 ied to his home on 12th street, and Dr. . Bp rVisseU was summoned and attended to ,n?'u lis injuries. ot"ei ? In Homktwenty-five dogs were impounded ^uca 'eslerday. During the day four or five rere redeemed by their owners, on pay- 1"?!' ucnt of the tax due. The remainder *"00, rill lie executed to-day without benefit of P80" ilergv. bette umsi Tier annoyance occasioned by the con- Te inual crying of the Babv at once ceases all n then the cause is (as it thould be) very iromptly removed by using Dr. Bull's ?uujr orruji. zu cents per oouie. iKtvf m Ho for the Moonlight Picnic! at Neu- qa laupen'sSummer Garden; National Sou^h we|j v the Mrnnerchor, and Mimic by Kra- , ier* . . , at No one can i>how you an well made * luitn as you Bee by calling on I. Blum & ... Jro. . , ^ ? just I Tiie following we clip from the Pitts urgh SumUiy Leader q[ the 25th inxt.: Go Fiue Exrncooisnim?Good Besom tendtUionnby Prominent Men of Dr. Con.elli/i.?'Tho Connelly Firo Extinguisher Til * again coming noticeably to the front. This extinguisher has many claims to (opularitv, in that it is of small sire, por- III able, holds about seventy-live gallons of itatei rater impregnated with chemicals, ami curec mder pressure of one hundred aud thirty and c tounds of carbonic acid gas. how i The test yesterday of the apparatus was npuri , complete success. The house^twenty mailt ?y ten, ami sixteen feet high, wan built of Gam Irv lumber of the moateasily ignited,and nati, illed with a wagon-lond of shaving*, liecea of sticks and other combustible Th uaterials, nnd saturated with oil in every ?ucce art. Fire was then set to the maun, ousti rliich immediately leaded into one great and * lame and wm allowed to burn for sever- ail th .1 minutes, when the steam from Oonnel- adelj jr'rt tire extinguisher was played on it, md in a few seconds the tire was put out. NVe understand that Col. J. McDonald "W :roaian ha.? purchased Connelly Fire Kx- *h0 inguiaher* lo place nt different point* ,,atI the Mouongahcla House, for the ! * afetv of gueata in cane of firo. Ik' , Gl hoce the apparatus in preference to all ?'Ke' then.. Comi ? ? Stom Think of it! 600 fine Linen Suit* and I?*lpi Jrcreuit* to chooao from at the manufac- Ac. urera'. I Blum A Bno. year, ? ? bat tl Two button Kid Glove*, in black, wceii rown and drab, only 60 cent*, nt Speyor enre* !roa.? 1 1 Try ii m . 1?. Site < To be auited you muatlaee the Suita at Co., a Hum*'. x thoM desiring to orijoy that high tt of health which pure blood.in- R and maintains should use Dr. Bull'i d Mixture. tU* I * don't wonder that the rise of per 7""o general in our community, he McLatn Brothers are selling from argest and most varied stock ever refd In this city rich, elegant and [ ine perfume* at prices so much be- t irhat has heretotore been asked as to ' t them available to every one. jtaNlltu out Millinery at any price, icjerBroe.' ir Summer Silks are going fast. I)o lelay if you wish a handsome Bilk at nti. retailing elsewhere at $1. . I. Blum & Bko. iok at the 5 cent Ribbons at Speyer ib stock of Linen fiuiU are choice, ire and see them ere buying. I. Blum & Bito. 1ST opened 200 pieces Now Hamburg ng? at Speyer Bros. n Grenadine* at Blums'! Oh I how p thoy are! Have yon seen them? Ji Goods marked down at Speyer Rl.um& Bro.?Hpecialiticn for tliiii :: Linen 8uit*,Summer Silks, Gren- I >s and White Goods. q ok to Youh Interest.?I bee leave form my friends and the public in ral, that I have too many Dress Is, itendy Made Linen Suits, Carpets, I Paper, Notions, Parasols; also K) pounds of Southern CarpetChain i cents. Call soon if you wish to money, as I aui determined to reduce J Nos. 2010 and 2021 Main street. John Koemeu. | roains are .the order of the day; id see them when you are out bnyRemember. I. Blum A Bro., No. 1101 Main St. sn Uiuuons ten cent* at Speyer ^ \ iTnrt styles of shoe* just received at L. V. Bl6nd'S. LEAK dnwn in nrirPH of Drv GooiIh Carpels. Now is yonr lluie. Call price. Got to sell. 4 J. W. Fckkiu ie Grenadines at Illnms! Oh, how |? they arc! Have you seen them ? r wdwome Watered Sash Ribbons 25 cents at Speyer Bros. IVE you been at Blnms'to see their s in Linen SuiU? If not, do not deYour trouble is fully paid in neehe largest variety of styles ever ex- . ed by any one house. Ladies, go and lie Suits at Jilums'. l e. A. Farquiiars Medicated , ikerb, for the relief and cure of ' r form of dyspepsia, or other funcil disease of the stomach ami how* in well as all sympathetic affections ng therefrom I here is no taste or I of medicine about them?nothing ilicato to person* using them tlmt are taking medicine. Their princinre bo combined as to nfl'ect the hvh- ( ?y insensible action, which given a c, healthy and complete digestion, i the disease by removing the cnuac. T iale by drugging and grocers generits at your own prices at Speyer C you want to get suited in a pair of i go to L. V. Blond'*. p euakt line of Flowers at fcjjmyer eaic down in Prices.?Dress (loods ^ its, Mack Kid Glovea 85 cent* and et* as cheaj) as 15 cents. They have aold to raise money now. J. W. Fekkrj.. ? ? i.iA(jk leaves in great variety at *cr Bros. st received, a lot of Children's Shoos e latest styles, at L. V. Blond'*. indsome! everybody exclaim* when ?e our Linen Suit*, nnd still greater ; astonishment when they hear our a. Remember when you buy a n Suit from us you buy "direct from ifacturern nnd aavo two" or three adea. One dollar saved is one dollar >. I. Blum & lino. [TRAOBD1NABY BARGAINS IN PIANOS J Ojioanh.?Our readers will hardly t it when wo tell them how low a C class Piano or Organ can be bought lams & Lucas', 1227 Market street, instance: fine carved Knabe Piano, ?even oc- ' i, as good aa new, for $375; first copt i elegant rosewood Piano, carved seven octaves, (can not be told from 1 f one) for $265: first cost $500. J her good second-hand Pianos at from n o $150. lendid new Pianos of the best makes, ding Stcinway, Knabe, Hazclton and ] rs. at from $400 to $1,000. ' the lino of Organs Messrs. Adains A , s sell the Mason A Hamlin, Smith, J rican, and several other makes, at * Dwest possible prices?from $85 to , Some very good second-hand Ora? low as $40 to $00. Altogether, a r variety can not bo found in anv c store. rma of payment will bo made to suit sponsible parties, while for cult a tl liberal discount will be made. ^ IK finest shoes kept 111 the city ?t * L. V. Blond'S. [ wets ! Carpets! Carpets ! It in a nettled fact that the cheapest Carand Dry Goods in the city are found J. W. Fekuel'W, Corner Main and 20th St. q ikth' tine shoes of the latent styles * eceived at L. V. Blond'h. 0 >oD Black Kid Gloves for 35 eta., at J. \V. Fekuel'h. :e cheapest shoes in the city at L. V. Blond'h. ( :i.p for the weak, nervou*, and debiU u 1. Chronic and painful diseases 0 I without medicine. Electric Belts ? ther appliance*, all about them, and u to distinguish the genuine from the <j ious. Book, with full particulars, I? id free. Address 1'ULVKkMjiririfn 11 'awic Co- 292 Vine Street. Cincin0. A EnjoKt excellent attribute* to the m of a firfltalam hotel are courtereatinent, a well-appointed cuuine, 23 relMurnidhed room. You can find e*e at the Colonnade Hotel in Phil* *" ihia. ^ cod MR Impression.?It in generally 1 wetl by a certain claso of citixen*, * are not practical or experienced, )rnpep?iacan not invaribly becured o are pleaned to Bay that Queen's 81 'st Flow Kit ban ripvnr In nnr Lnn.nl w failed to cure Dyspepsia nnd Liver a daint i^ all its forms, such an Sour i aclis, Costiveness, Sick Headache, Jation ol the Heart, low spirit*, Ac., P Out of UOjOOO doxen bottles sola last d not a single failure was reported, e lousands of complimentary letters i. red from Druggist* of wonderful . Three doses will relieve any caw. L Sample bottle 10 cents. Kegular r '5 cent*. For sale by Logan, List & I ind Laugbliu Bros, a Co. ' eodiw. a INSURi PENN MUTUAL Lit OF PHILADI UVIDENOI PAID TO poller HOLOIBI OSSIS PAID ICCUMULATEO CAPITAL 8AML. C. IIU1 8AMU K. STOKES, Vice PreiidenU | II. 8. BTEPHEN8, Sil Vic. Fmldenl. I Evin PolloyhoMar li membir of the lad privilege* It bn declirtd i?ore dlvldind* la Dial Company la tha Unltad Silica It It liberal la III mmageaiint, prompt HO II KMX W. TUCK JOFFICB, NO. 28 TW1XF ^ AumtA wtilled In every icotion of U C. OGLEB/ SOLE AGE Silver La PRODUCT OF MILL 1,1 lacKson s Petersburg Suchannan & Lyalls' New ^ Three of the largest and molt eel States. We carry a large line of 1 'antages not obtainable olsewhere. CALL AND EXAMINE OU &BNERAL ME Ana you will be convinoed (for li tiling rates. O. OGLBBA No niylfl GROCERIES. 'Satin Gloss" Flour. We are constantly receiving thin 5ELEBRATED FLOUR, HI! riNEST and 11EST ever introduced into tliiH market. (on't Waste Your Money Upon Inferior Brands. Illy THE BKST-THE SATIN ULOSS. -ist, Davenport & Parks, SOLE AGENTS. je30 JUST RECEIVED? .1 Tinrw Bee IIItc Ilunn, 2 Tiera* Ik* llivcbboulden, 2 Uoxea J8?s HItc BreakLuil lUoou, 2 Tlem-? Hugar Cum! IVrf, S Casi i>rtMed Corned B?rf, CasM Cooked Tongue, 1 Cum Cooked Ham, 1 Caw lUcb'a Hpittd 8a1mon, 1 Cue Cincinnati 8. C. Tongue, 10 Roxei Burlington llenloir, 1 Cow (Juava Jetlejr. Will Ic retailed cheap liy 1*. J. 851YTII, lelfl Oirner Mirki l Bud FmirlwntbSli. FYOU WAST ITRESIl ROASTED >L1> GOV. JAVA, YELLOW BIO, SIABACAIBO, or LAUUAYBA COFFEES, THOBUBN & BROS'. OINEAI'PLE CHEESE, LUNCH HAM L and lonL'ue. Cliow Chow. Cumin,I Koi.l ion, Lobster, 4c. jel? TIIOBUBN A BBO; r A BO EST 8TOCK IN TUB CITY AT Li ios. Speidel & Co's, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sell the celebrated VIENNA FLOUR, lie beat Flour in the market. Also, Bole igonU for GUIDING STAR anil PIICEUX, made by Ralaton, Hull & Co. "very Barrel of Flour Warranted. HEADQUARTEKS FOB GROCERIES >f all kinda, at Wholesale only. Merchants rill Gud it to their advantage to oxuinine ur atock before purchasing elsewhere. 1416 Mala &, 1417 South Streeta, DOUBLE 'I BON FRONT. "IIIEAP GBOCERlEa YOU CAN BUY no lb. Ex. Youna Hreon Tea for 40c. lb. good (lunjcwder To* for..- 80c. ua lb. bat Gunpowder Trt Jor.^. ?.'JOc. ne lb. bat Japan Tc* for........ .80c. no lb. good Japan Tot for .. 60c. mo lb. bMt Oolong Tf? for .Mc. n? lb. koqA Ooloug Tot for...M?. 50c. wrniy lie Rice for ?.?1 00 PEARL MEAL, CORN SYRUP, nd >11 klndi of Groccriea at the lowcet market pric?, it J. W. BARTON'S, 151 and 2253 Market St., Ckxtu Wnrxtnrrf. urSl DUPONT'S Wheeling Powder Agency. I hive it ill time, in Higulne ? Urge took of the ibeve celebrated Powder, Iz: Rifle, Sportlnfl (la cane). Blasting nd Mining, In meUllo piokiget, which will tell itwholeuleitminufeoturer'i rloea. I hive Portible Migulnei of liferent llzet tar iMnninn win r free on oiri or boit. Thl? Powdir 1 ' "nequaled In strength ind quality. I'll M. BEILLV. Kolr Agent. iUNCY PIiODU8.-!OOB?mli . Ml. LouJi; 100 Barreli "<?oWl Medal." Three o the blghrtt gndee of Flour-now better Id | arkct, J uit received and far mIi 1>t J?18 M, AUUy, 1W 1311 Mtio at. KNCE. E INSURANCE CO ELPHIA, PA. ZED 18 47. ? M.IM.01I || =========m& is SY, Pmldent JA8. WEIlt MASON, Actuary, IIENBY AD8TIE, Secretary. Company, eilltlod to ill IU MviiU|? jer, aid of ?Itrjtr p?rctnti|( Ikm i>, In ItlMtUlMNll of l?MM. EB, General Agont, TH ST., WHEELING, W. VA. It Bute; tlio City gollciton. ipt iW Si QONC m m vv/ | 1 v|, :nts for ke Flour, jt 000 BBLS. PER DAY. Tobacco Manufactory, fork Tobacco Manufactory, ebratod manufiotories in the United robiooos, and oin give buyer* id. R IMMENSE STOCK OF iRCHANDI SJV. ke quality) our prices iro far below ~ST & SOITS, >8.1412 & 1414 Main Street. BOOTS AND 8HOE8. TIUTinilotrpn ru I'uiauulOUbi) I? ISiil, J. KKUOM V1MCS. | W. L Ht'UllKS. | A. 0. W1MHU VANCE, HUGHES & CO., BUCCB880R8 TO VANCE L ADAMS tnd C. D. KNOX ? CO. Manufacturers ami Jobbers of Boots and Shoes, No. 1301 Main St., Wheeling, W.Vi. j&s I jyj IL]^, KRKw sTco., BOOK BINDERS ?AMDBLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. Are prrparod at all time*, with the test tmtetUl to till urdi-ra fur Blank tiooka, euch u ire mrd t>? Hanks, Counties, Cor|Kirntloua, lUilroad* nml Metchant*. u|?on ahort notlci?, and In the u?u?t dt?lr?bleann workmanlike manner. Having all the latent and luoat Improved nmrhi ncry wa li?el conCJcul tliat wo will nudcr calir? ? MlUractioa In all who favor tia with tbrir onlm Mimic, Maguiura and I't-rlodiial* ol rwj Jr acrlpilon Iwund in a oral and durable luaui.t-i MILLS, FREW A CO., N<w. a ami) 27 koubtbukth hi drt? WHEELING. ff. VA BUILDER. J. M. HAWLEY, j CARPENTER. Office?930 Market Street. Evidence?51 Fifteenth Btrkkt. uiyy .1?0H BALE? On South Broad w?y it i?*i ItlaoJ, J I? one Building Lot, 40 foet front by 1M fret d^lr ln?>ahade trees, and lot filled up above ilnrt jrr?.lr. Piyl8 JOHN M. HAWLKV JQOME8TIC GASOLINE COOKING STOVE. The unit Economical and Convenient Sto?e In ih? world. NO SMOKE, NO SOOT, NO DIRT. Ill* light and portable and eaally moved ly <* perron. Can Us uaed In the Slttiw: llooo. Kini |*n i or out of doora. JUST THE THIKO HllifL*- J MEB USE. Will Bake teller than any<calu F? Wood Stove, aa tho heat is uniform and ra-lly ?<*' ulatrd. WIII Koaat all klndi of Mrat?. FonM<; In short this Kioto will do all kindiof 'I1*1 tan t<? dono on any Cooking Htove or tUDge, and in ahortcr time, aa the Btovo can be llglitrd and for use in two minutes. The Oven ran lm h??"? ready for Baking in five mlnulea. lance nuu?t*n are now in uw In different parts of the country, giving entire iitlifsclion. TheKtovecau lorenai J. a PAYNE'd, Arnt. _mjU .1114 Market BL. jVtwUp* JACOBSNYDEK 1405 MAIN A 1401 SOUTH STA, Ketrw the largeat atook of JBON ?'' HEAVY HAHDWaHK In tho Slate. Maiu*k ' Wood Work, Sprinos, Axles, VimUIim. Paints, &c., Ia not excelled by any catablishment within bun* y j dred mllea of Wheeling; . ? Carriage and Wagon Manufacturer* will fiw " to thalr in terra t to give him a call. Alaoon hand, LAND PLASTER of a au^i** quality. wj'L STEPHENSON HOUSE AKD SALINE MINERAL BATHS ST. CATHARINES, OCTAIIO, CAIMM. (tJoffn mile* from Niagara Kk)li),op?iii Juw M K. K. WAUNKU, PTOj.rlHor. Aim of ilcLure Uuuw, Wbcrilng, J?13 jglJY YOU It DOQ COU AIW AT WEST VA. STENCIL AND SEAL WORKS, No. 1731 Mirket Street Tl .1 .-I nan uic uiuy juace hi incruj nuwu , g<*t the nnme utampcil on the collar*. JOSEPH II. 8AGR. 1313 ARKET STREET, WHEELING, Rrnalrcr of all klntli of K-wIng Machine, M> Agiol for iho Light Running Oil, Nwsllf an J AlUfbmenU. aju> rilOBACCOS.?I HAVE ON HANI' X full Hue ot Tobacooa from the loaillni ">*"* uficlorir* In the rounlry, lncludlnc U.rilUrJ1' Floser llroa.. liolbrook'a Monitor N?vjr, Harry C. | Holbrouk'a Nary, Homer Hudaon, J. R H'*'Richmond: J. R. Face. DbstUI*. V*.; D. F. liruelr atul othrri. lean lurnjah ail ?t;k? waJ? I] lhtmt bctoriM at loweat market prltf. .. , u U. BHLLY, llWand Mil Main Hi. 5)Aft IiAOS RIO COFFEE ?UU For Bale by BJU J.WT, DAVESrOSI 4 WKIS.