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lVFlKMiNIlAV, JILY I, 1H77
The PoatolCce Department will aho
1/ issue a circular with regard to certi
damaging atuft' often aent through t
mails, which is hereafter to be excludc
The occasion which leads to thia action
the fact that recently several package*
smoked fish, in various stages of deco
position, have been received at the Po
oflice Department in Washington, whi
had gone through the mails from the J
lantic cities via Arizona to San Franc
co. They were sent on to Washington
the Arizona Mail Contractor, with t
inquiry whether be is compelled to trai
port objectionable merchandise ol tt
character. The cost of transportation
goods through the mails is eight centa j
pound, as against 30 to 45 cents i
pound for exprens transi>ortation frc
the terminuH of tho California ltailro
to Tucson. It la stated that Arizona nu
chants receive nearly three-fourths
moir eastern gooua Uirougn me mai
and that among the goods thus receiv
Almost everything, except oil and m
lasses, may be found.
The Wheal Movement.
The crop newe still continue favor
blu despite the frequent storms. T
wheat movement to the seaboard 1
practically ceased, the receipts of win
at all the western ports now avcragi
less than 260,000 bushels a week, agaii
1,500,000 bushels usually at this tin
For the four weeks ending June 23, or
1,911?,000 bushels of wheat wero shipf
East against 0,'j00,000 in tho tame til
last year. There is also si small mo'
ment of oats, but corn is still in good si
ply, the shipments being 'about thr
fourths of last year's. Our exports
wheat to Great Britain from Septeml
to May inclusive amounted to 12,700,(
centals, while lier imports from Rua
were 0,2-14,000. The total British impo
of wheat in this] period wcro 29,600,(
against 39,410,000 last year, and 29,00
000 the year before. The relative ]
cents of the whole furnished by these t
countries in three years from Septeml
to May is thus shown:
1874-5. 1675-0. 187!
Unltal HtAtes M 44 I
ltunla 20 18 SI
Russia seems, therefore, to bo holding 1
own pretty well.
lluslneflM Notes.
The Exchange Uank yesterday
clared a semi-annual dividend of 4 ]
cent and carried one per cent to resei
account.
David A. Wells, in the current numl
of the North American Review, answers,
his own way, the question, "How ?h
the nation regain prosperity V" He s:
substantially that we mtint crcate n
wants, iind more avenues for trade, o[
a larger market and thus employ our
borers.
By the official reports it appears ll:
the receipts from internal revenuo c
ceeded the estimated by over $2,000,0
during tho last fiscal year, while the i
ceipts from customs wero about $1S,00
000 below the estimates, showing an i
creaao of business activity in this cot:
try and an extraordinary decrease
import*. Apart from the salutary efli
of this state of affairs on our trade a
industries a growing disposition
evinced to use home manufactures, whi
is the true and proper American spii
iw? ><iknii<u
ruiiilivjiii hwimi
Thurlow Weed Bays that the non-p:
tisan government of cities is correct, a
will ultimntelv prevail,but for the Sta
and the nation there must always bo I
or more grand divisions of the peoji
with essentially differing platforms
principles, and which ever succeeds
the popular voto to power must likew
ontrol and benefit by the patronage,
commit political suicide.
Ben llill Rays of Blaine: "I think
know tho old fellow. lie has a tong
that never tires, an ambition that uei
sleeps, a face that never blushes, anil
conscience that never hesitates." Is'i
we should like Blaine's photopraph
Hill.
Mr. Alexander IT. Stephens is looki
well; ho presides at his table punctual
and taken plenty of cxerciso in his n
rolling chair. For the war in Kuropo
appears to care nothing. "I hate :
wars," he Hay*, "and will be satisfied
dogs who will tight keep away from i
door."
Tho Lynchburg Fitytitfan says,
repeat what wo havo frequently pa
that we have too much politics in V
ginia. It is a characteristic of our p<
pie, and one which militates against t
material prosperity of the State."
Tho St. Louis Qlobe-Demoeral (Re]
says "it will be well for those who a
making so much ado over the Presiden
last order to oflice-holders to rememb
that a similar order was once issued
President Lincoln, and that that order
still in force, having never been wil
drawn."
The displaced postmaster at Toledo a
the displaced collector at Baltimore pi
pose to go on tho war-path against Haj
republicanism and civil-service refor
That is right, Nothing help* a go
cause and its representative saints,?pi
vided tho one is good and they are sain
like a little healthy persecution. If t
Hayes Kepublicans don't know how
turn such opposition into strength, th
they are not equal to their opportuni
John Sherman on ttie President
Order.
Secretary 8herman expresses the opi
ion that tho recent order of the Preside
forbidding Federal officers from parti
milnn !n nnlitU.I -
f?""a (.uuiciihuud) v*v?| "
uot result in thoroughly disorganize
the }>olitical machinery in tho sevei
States, but it will have a beneficial eff<
in that it will forco out of politic* an <
iectionnblo set of Federal officials wl
have been manipulating the election* i
their own personal interest, and will?
tract a now element to political organia
tions standing nearer tho people. T
nef men who take hold to manage tl
party interests will work harder ai
moro efficiently, becauno they will, !
said, be stimulated by a hope of rewa
for their services, anil, added tho Seci
tary, "the outa are always stronger thi
the ins."
Grant lor IVHO.
From the Hartford Time*.
It la evident tlio an&Hayes section
wuu wpuuiican pariy is quieu/ flrcKii
to bring out Qrant again m its candidal
and that it is dispocwl to use tho extrao
dinary honon conferred upon him
England &a an aid to thit end.
C ommencement lit the Ohio We*
lejnu University. 1
'* Kalttora Intelligencer.
TIih Commencement exercises of the
Ohio Wesleyan University, at Delaware,
___ wero marked thin year with more than
? usual success and interest.
j , For about two weeks previous to the
close of tho College year, Delaware is
? the sceno of almost uninterrupted literary
and social festivities, attracting to tho
l>eautiful little citv thousands of visitors
? from all parts of the State and country,
rt- The season was ushered in by the pub*
tin lie entertainment of tho Zetagathean
jjJ Literary Society, whose performance was
. one of unnsual excellence, calling forth the
KI? applause and enconiums of the literary
is critics, as did also tho Christoraathean
of public of the following week. The various
other entertainments of tho societies of
tho University and Female College wero
8t* attended with tho usual interest. The
cli Baccalaureate sermon was delivered on
Sunday morning, the 24th inst., by Presi- !
j dent Payne, whose customary eloquence ]
. * was not lacking on this occasion. This
in the Unit vpsp nf I?r P*Tno'? ..Imint. '
be Btrntion, and it hw been a year of pros*
is- pority to the University, the eloquence J
iat and executivo ability of the new Preti* .
. dent having won for lum many warm 1
01 friends throughout the country.
?r At 3 r. M. Bishop Wiley delivered the 1
?.r annual missionary addrew, and Rev. L.
K. Richards the alumni audrctifl in the
, evening.
a" Tuesday was Class day, and the cliaractr
teristc energy and spirit of the class of
of '77 found an expression in an entire
departure from the usual pro'
gramme of Class day exercises, in the
e(1 morning a programmee of literary exero
cises of a humorous character was disposed
of to the great amusement and satisfaction
of a large body of invited
friends. In tho evening a most delightful
and elegant affair took place in the
a- way of a promenade concert by the U. 8,
ho Garrison lmnd upon the UniVersitv Camlftfl
pus. The grounds wero magniticently
illuminated and the most beautiful por?at
tionofthe campus inclosed; within the
ng boundary lines several hundred invited
fiat guests of the Senior Class promenaded
110t upon tho beautiful walks listening to the
. VHUH.S IIIUPIU, Ul CUUICU ill UUUW VI W I
lv ncath the tree?, partook of delicioua re- '
ted freshments served byjskillful caterers,
me The guests wero arrayed in elegant J
coRtum(wtaml as they mingled beneath
tho lights and among the trees the scene
'P* was a most brilliant one.
ee- < >n Wednesday the commencement ex- j
0f ercises of the Ohio Wesleyan Female Col
lege took placo in the Opera House,
occupying tho whole of the day from 9
a, m. This class, numbering twenty-one
sia members is about the usual size. ltev. (
rta Daniel Curry, D. D., delivered the diplo)0()
mas. On the evening of this day Dr. J.
F. Hurst/President of Drew Theological
Seminary, addressed the Literary Socie- j
per ties.
wo Thursday, June 28th, tho regular graduating
exercises of the University took
place upon the Campus. The class of
77, composed of twenty-nine members,
went forth bearing tho reputation of bell
ingthe piuartest, perhaps tho wickedest,
' surely tho most independent class that ,
ever graced their Alma Mater. Sixteen
of their number represeutcd the class f
upon the orators stand, and they acquit- 1
ion memseives to mo satiBiacuon 01 ,
je- every one. The number of viaitorH pres1)er
ent upon thin day id thought to have exceeded
former occasions. Among them
rvc were, Mra. Henry Harper. Mitt Lide Logan
and Mr. Charlio Mendel of Wheeling.
jqp On the whole, Commencement peason j
with its literary features, tempered with
. receptions and displays by tlie various .
al1 frafernities, classes ac. was this year one j
iys of the most memorable in the history of i
ew the institution. * 1
icn
l.onionm a.Oire lor Consumption. j
From theNuliua Telegraph.
A correspondent of an English uiedical
journal furnishes tho following recipe
,x' as a new euro for consumption: Put a
Ot) dozen whole lemons in cold water and *
re- boil until soft (not too soft), roll and
0,- squeeze until the juice is all extracted,
jn. sweeten the juice enough to bo palatable, J
then drink. Use as many as a dozen n
" day. Should they cause pain or loose?i
nesBof tho bowels, lessen the quantity 3
ict and use live or Hix a day until better, .
nj then Iwgin and uso n dozen again, liy
. the time you have used five or six
19 dozen you will begin to gain
ich strength and have an ap}>etitc. Oi 1
u. vuunc jui juu gi*i uencr jou nccu
not use so many. Follow these directions
and we know that you will nover regret
it if there is any help lor you. Only
keep it up faithfully. Wo know of two
J eases whore both of the patients were
n" given up by the physicians, and wero in 1
I?8 the last stages of consumption, yet both
ivo were cured by using lemons according to
le, the directions we have stated. One lady
0f in particular was bedridden aud very low;
had tried everything that money could
iae l)rocure? but all in vain, when, to please
a friend, she was finally persuaded to nee
or the lemons. She begun to uao them in .
February, and in April sho weighed MO
: I pounds. She is a well woman to-day, and (
uo likely to live as long as any of us. 1
,er ?.
! a Fashionable Frcnch lYulerDW
InK I'lttCC. ,
From the New York Sun. '
The fashionable resort of this year in ,
ng France is most likely to be Dieppe. The '
jy uiuim-ijiauiv iu inav watering pince, ni- j
ew tcr having tried for a number of years
ho to provide for the pleasure and^ comfort |
nil of their visitors, made up their minds
I* that a good professionol manager would I
do things much better. So they leased I
ujr the bathing establishment to a man of
this description, anil in two months he
Vo has rebuilt and remodeled everyid,
thing. On Sunday last tho Casino
ir- was opened fc\with Arban's orchestra?o
of t'ortv pieces, and tho excellent troupe
he f?f Doltouibe took possession. Judic, .
Blanche Pierson and Paola Marie are i
[>.) going to havo a week each; so arc Bras- '
r'a seur and Baron. The Casino has a port>d
tion of it allotted to a kind of club called
er le Grand Ccrcie de Dieppe to which none
ky but members of tho fashionable Paris (
, jg clubs will be admitted. This innovation
is calculated to mako Dieppe quite an j
aristocratic resort, for until now mem.
bcr? of Paris high life havo objected to
ml watering places chiefly on account of tho '
o* impossibility they were placed in there
fcs of not mixing with strangers.
od Tim H-l-ll ? '
- " nvH-viui-raiwiHIUli ? IU!?K
ro- NuMniu the President.
its, From the New York lleraM.
ho Hut then there ia his policy. Well,
t0 there is, firat, the Southern policy: that ia .
on finished. The Southern issue is dead; no
. senxible man expects and no patriotic
man desire* to revive the Southern qnestion,
eo happily and constitutionally
I'd closed up by Mr. Hayes. Next ia the
civil service policy. Undoubtedly that
in. makes the machine politicians furious; I
. but undoubtedly, also, it has the support .
? of the wholo non-oflice-holdine class,
CI- wliirli !?,? ?? ?U? JL '
........ ~uv..... tuv U.MOO Ui mv ?ukCIH,
ill ? I
_ V 0
njj Bellaire Locals.?The illustrious "
>nl day of our nation's freedom, the Fourth s
?t of July, will be celebrated by our good
'b- jkjople in ji joyful and becoming manner,
',0 A grand parade of the various secret
or orders and the City Light Guard*; a grand
it- basket picnic of tho Odd Fellows, at
which all the school children aro invited
ho to participate, at the Cemetory drove; r
l*o the German population by a grand jubi- li
nd lee at Cummins' Grove, and the Koman "
ho Catholic fraternity will picnic at the In- \
rd dian Kun Orchard. li
Mr. George Biehl, an old German resideut,
over seventy-six years of age, is ,,
lying at present in a very critical condition,
and his recovery is almost an impossibility.
Mr. BensonV.ferryboat, "Jesse B," wm
of torn from its moorings yesterday mornig
ing about 1 o'clock, during the storm 2
te, which raved about at that hour, and was i
r- driven across to the mouth of Caldwell's J
in run. No eerious damage was done. ?;
J.E.D. ?
An Unlucky Han.
-rom the NuhrtlleAmiricin.
The unhappy Kentuckian who bet on
ivery rice during the week, and lost
ivery time, illustrates the freaka of forunein
this respect. He had just $50 left,
ind in sheer desperation cried out in the
;rowd that assembled at the hotel after
he race: "I'll bet $60 I can name two
uen with twenty-three finger*." When
lie bet wan taken thin child of Fate coninued:
"Anybody'll do. Here, my friend,
I'll take you. 1 have thirteen flngeni
ind you have ten; that makes twentyhree.
J knew there wm one bet I could
lot lose." The stranger gazed at him a
noment with a pitying expression and
lien said compassionately, "Well, I'm
lorry for you. You have struck a hard
itreak of luck. I had three of my fingers
ihot off at Chickamauga 1"
A prospective father-in-law makei intuiriei
concerning his prospective sonin-law
of a friend. The replies are of
the most satisfactory character, till the
irienu saya frankly: "Still, I inuit admit
that he has one grate defect." "What ia
that? Does hfe play the accordeon?"
'He doea not know an/thing about gam*
bling." "Why, that in not a defect, it ia
% virtue." "Yei, but you lee?hegaoblea
all the same."
Mioiick'sNca Weed Tonle.
In tho atmosphere experienced here durring
the summer months, the lethargy produced
by tiiehcattnkea away the deal re fur
wholesome food, anil frequent perapiratlona
rednco bodily enorgy, part|culary those
lufferlng from the efleoU of debilitation
li?eaa<s. In order to keep a natural healthful
activity of tlie ayateiu we muat resort to
artificial means. For thispurpoieSchcnck'a
jea Weed Tonio ia every efl'ectnal. A few
iosca will create ail antietite ami crlvn frpnh
iriger to the enervated body. Foruyapepaia,
it Ih invaluable. Many eminent physicians
liave doutbted whether dyspepsia enn be
permanently cured by the drug* which are
generally employed lor that purpose. The
iea Weed Tonic in ita nature is totally different
from such drugs. It contaiua no corroaivo
minerals or aelda; in fact it assista
the regular operations of nature, and suplilies
her deflcienciea. The tonic in ita nature
so much rcaemblea the gastric juice
that it ia almost identical with that fluid.
Hie gastric juice i9 tho natural solvent
which, in a healthy condition of the body
lauses the food to l?o digested; and when
this juice ia not excreted in auflicicnt quantities,
indigestion, with fill ita distressing
lymptoms follow. Tho Bca Weed Tonic
performs the duty of the gastric juice when
the latter is deficient. Schenck'a Saa Weed
Ionic aold by all Druggists. eod
DIED.
BAKU.?On Tueada* eTcnlng, July 8, 1877, at C
) clock, Mrs. Kaboliha Baku, wife of HJmon Baer.
Funeral on Thursday afternoon at two o'clock,
from the residence of her husband, 921 Mtln street,
Friends of the family aro respectfully Invited to
ittend.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
DMURTCai 0* TRAINS.
a.m. a.m. t. m. p.m.
B. A O.K. It 4:40 0:20
p.m.
[*?nt.O. PI? 7:40 4:10J 9:45 ........
W.I'.AIUMt .... 8:60 6:20 . ?
aim.
Act. A PltU... 6:15 11:10 3:30 6:08;
amnval or traims.
a? m. p.m. p.m. p.m.
B. & 0. B. B. 8:33 5:00 10;?
a.m.
Cent. 0. Dir............... 5:40 U:33f 7:20
w.p.4e d1t 7:30 4:55 ...
a.m. p.m. a.m.
L'ler. A PlUjt. 10:66 6:68 8:20 aoat
t Dull jr ex cert Bundsy?Ne wark AccommodaUon.
jSleubcnrllla Accommodation.?ThU train during
tho day pawes backward and forward between
Martin's Ferry and Belial re, (topping when requl cd
at .Sherman Home, ^Juurille, Wcit Wheeling
ind Gravel JUU.
K. It. MORBIIBAD. VT. TIIOS. ZI.VK.
N. II. VAN l.KVE.
UNDERTAKING
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
Of ALIi SIZES.
3HROUDS, GLOVES, CRAPE,&o.
??-Cl<lls promptly Answered nt A. 11.
UOBEHEA.D 4 (,'U'S Furniture anil Carmt
Dnnma
jcG ' 1117 Matn Stiikrt.
CARDS
?AJTD?
CIRCULARS.
Our facilities by way of Machinery,
and the large Una of fine
Stock on hand, enable us to do
lards, Circulars, &c., In the very
}est style, and at unnrecedentedly
low prices. We shall be pleased
to show specimens and give
Prices.
FREW & CAMPBELL,
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE,
25 and 27 Fourteenth St.
queIU
Baking Powder!
m r oyB traspoonfui. required
TO A QUART OF FLOUR.
'lit up in Pound, Half Pound and Quarter
Pound Cftni.
rilOBUBN & ORO.,
Cor. Market & Skvrstkrntii Sth.,
AGENTS.
je28
Three Mile Ice!
I-Ktt FKUM ALL IMPURITIES.
The undmlgned Legi leare lo announce to the
mbllc that Ue an
rhe Largeitand Purest Stock of Ice
!rcr held In this region of tho country, which he I
Hera at the lowwt competition price to conauincri
t wholesale and retail.
Order* will be recclTfd hy null or it Bdbcrt A
lehalrer'a Meat Shop, Mo. 1112 Market itreet.
wylft COWKAD HB1HKBT. I
M. GROSSMANN'S
WATOHE S!
Thc?e tine tlme-keepera are minuficturtd at
>rt*den, Kixnny, by Morrlt* Ornaamanu, of horo??lcal
lame, In Udfej\ and gent'e aliee, Iwth key
ud stem winding. They are conitruclcd "on the
ime principle u the watehea o( the late Adolpb
iingc, and are ef Tery luperlor workmatuhlp, and
illy guaranteed (or perfotmnnce and duraUlltr.
urjr are tut* U-at, their roil l*tngcoiuldfred,ih*t
are U?cn produced In any country. Their inl*ctlon
la Invited. '
a. i?. BBOWN,
Sole Agent for Wheeling and vicinity,
1207 Market Street.
A fall line or all gradta ol American and Hwln
fatchM at rery low pricea. ap3Q
CUNCY FLOORS.?200 Barrel* "BeUalrcMllla,"
E ?t. Loui?; 100 Barrela "Ooid Modal." Tkoe
re the hUhett grade* ol Flour-ooM better in
larket. Just reeeirrd and for aata by
JelS M. SKILLY, 1503 and 1311 Main Bt.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JELLY TUMBLERS " '
Are only 40 cmti per do??, ?nd
PBUIT JARS 0? Ctd.
At CUMMINS A WOODS',
)y4 1142 Main Street.
J^JOSQUITO CANOPIES?
The Bent In i ho Market
'Of nil Styled nnt] tifzes.
Jy4 G. MKNDEIi, nOOTHACO.
mUE UN1VKR8ITY OF W008TER.
REV. A. A. E. TAYLOR, D.D., President.
A large property and endowment. Full corpa of
experienced Profaaor*. Nearly SOU itudenta.
Clanlral, Philosophical and fclentlflc Courra, ai
In brut Collegia. French and (Jeruan taught thcr?
oughly. Board ami axpatuca chrapaieliewhere.
Preparatory Department taught inaloly by Collego
teaoheri-KoglUli, Claaucal and Normal
Counea. All Clamu orw to Yor*u Womkn.
Catalogue! aent freely on application to the FHEfr
IDEMT, Wooater, Ohio. _ Jj4-W,Sa w
QRAND
Fourth of July Picnic!
For the Benefit of tha
Stanrlarri Rasn Rail Hliih
At tho PAIU 0110UND3, JULY -lib.
The Aiuuu'uiuaU will cooslit of
RASh BALL, POOT RACE, WHKR1MARRO
If RACK, Q REARED J'tO, SHOOTISO
GALLERY, DANCING, At.
Ten Dollar* Prrtulum (or the Wbwlbarrow Itac**.
TlieOrwM.nl Pi* will bo given to whotrercan
catch and shoulder It h/ thr? mil.
MAYKK'S QUADB1LLK HAND hm ?<e*n enMgrd
(or the lunrlna Hall, and HEATllfcUINOTON'rf
BKAt'd HANI) to Jlifourw iwett uiuilc lo
tho awwrablAjiu.
Bdreihmcutr, Lunch HUudi, Ice ('roam, Ar.
*diul??lon ISc. Udieafne. (Mm oi?u hI 'J*. *?.
J?
gA8E HALL
The 8TANDAHD D. II. C. will play 18
men, chowu from the Labtlle and Clipper
Club?, nt the Fair Grounds TO-DAY.
Admission 15c. Lailiea free. jy4
WKVOHT (IK UK At 114 OCCUKKINO IN
ift Wb?eliwr, W. Vn , during Ihiwj uioathsetidlug
Jutic 3 J, 1817:
Males - SI A oki.
Females M Under 1 year- 15
? 1 to 2.... 11
Total IT) 2 to ft 21
niUTIM IN KM II WABD. 5 to 10- ....11
First 23 10 to 20- n
Second - 9 20 to 3<? 7
Third 13 30 to 40 ?..I0
IK 4(1 In fiO 7
Fifth 7 W to W 3
Sixth 23 CO to 70.......... 10
Seventh 3 "0 to SO G
Eighth- - -U 80 to liO. 0
In public lnstttutlnua.. 1 iK) to 100 1
CIO 1*8.
Accident? Fem Typhoid a
Cruihed by machine 1 (lastrltis....M. 1
Drowning - Heart, Disease o( I
Hun over bv wagon- 1 " Valv. Disease of 1
Halt Petre Poisoning- I Hydrocephslus 1
Apoplexy 2 Inanition 1
Brain, Congeitlon of... 1 liter, Diseased ?. 1
" Softeniug of-... - Marasmus -.. 2
Bowels, Inllam. of 1 Meningitis 2
? Obstruction of 1 " Cerebrospinal 1
Bronchitis - " Hplnal 1
" Capillary....- 1 " Tubercular.... 1
' Chronic - 1 OIJ Age 2
Hroucho-jHieuiuoula .. 1 Peritouilis alter ovariCholera
Infantum 2 otoiny - 1
" Morbus. 1 Peritonitis Puerperal... 1
Consumption - JG Pneumonia 2
Convulalous 7 " Typhoid.... 1
Diarrhea - 1 lUieutuat nn 1
Diphtheria, Laryngeal 1 " Meningeal 1
Dropsy 1 Rlcktt* - 1
Dysentery, Chronic..... 1 Siuall-pox, llcmur'aglc 1
Enteritis 2 Hyphllls 1
" Chronic 1 Teething - ?... 1
Erysipelas 2 Trismus f^ascentluin... 1
Fever,Intermittent.-. 1 Whooping Cough- 1
" Fculct .-I Prematura A still-born G
Deaths in corresponding moutln of lut jcar, ICG.
8, L. J EPSON, M. D.. Health OiBrer.
jyi Ml Twelfth HLeet.
JJXCURSION AND PICNIC.
Trains lejvo every hour; Unit train leaves at 8
o'clock A. M.
FOUBTH OF JULY
Family Excursion and Picnic!
The TURNVERF.IN and BEETHOVEN* 8ING1NO
SOCIETIES will niako an excursion to
SYCAMORE GROVE,
Five minutes walk from the beautiful village of
Elm drove.
Round trip tickets for adults 26c- Music. Refreshments,
Fames, bporta, etc. JyS
J^OTICE.
Quarterly Settlements -Chanoe orTerms
In presenting our Julr accounts, wo beg leave to
Inform our customers that hereafter we will reftdor
all bills iiuarteily, commencing October 1st.
J).t (1. MKNDF.L, BOOTH A CO.
J^EMONS, ORANGES!
FRUIT SYKUPS,
ROCKETS.
ROMAN CANDLES,!
Crackers, Pistols, Torpedoes, &c?
atsciiulz'8 confectionery,
jy3 1.119 karkbt htkkkt.
Iiuproveuieut of JMttlo Kaimwlm
ltivcr?ICcmoval ot Kecks.
u. h. Exoinhkr opfick, )
Cincinnati, 0., Juuo is;:, j
QKAl.KD PUorO^AI.S, In duplicate, for reuiotO
lii(! the Boater and Kailor Huml Ilwk* In the
Little Kanawha lUv?r, Wcit Virginia, will Iw lecelvnl
nt tlila nlUce, until 12 o'clock, noon. on
Tui-sday, the 3tit day of July, 1577, nuil will U*
opened Immediately tUwealWT.
Approximate i|uantlly .if ro.k t i lie rcmnred,
20G cubic yards. Work tobtcomplel.d by Seiilember
:5.1877.
Swcltkatlnns and printed fonui fur propyls
will bo furnlrhnl on application.
4.1'uerN hsku?; uir #1*1-iucai ion? moum uo tuitracu
"Offldal liualnm"
Jy3 W. B. Ml.RRll.', Major Entlrcera.
CLOCKS.
Wc hare Jmt wrlrfd a large Uo<?of Office, Parlor,
Pining Jtoom atul Kitchen Clucks, one ami
t-l*lit day*, all k?t manufacture. Every ciotk
fully tasted ami wanranled. Aim. n full ?tock of
American aud Knreigb Watctici and Jewelry, silver
Ware, Spectacle*, Ac.
UD_Flne watches repair*!.
J?M OXIOBV A DUFFIELD.
rpBANSFER AND SCRAP UOOK OR- '
X NAMENTS, in great variety. Send
ten cents and get an envelope of aborted,
by return mail pout paid.
W. S. ITUTCHINS,
_je20 Moaic and ArtStore.
JULY BiLM.
nooR-KEHPEItS and COLLECTORS will find '
a full Hue of
BLAKK BOOKS AND UKUORASDA,
Tugother with all the Stationery nrccaaary for this
auaaon of collections, at
STANTON A DAVENPORTS,
U9? J1 TvMflh Htr?f
"^y ANTED?
To borrowr $-lOQ to $800, oq real eitate
security, at a fair rate of intercut.
Address W. T. B., Intelligencer Office. 1
1
A J. N. CDA.RNOCK
Have removed their Blacksmith aud
Horseshoeing abop to No.5Ttrenty-8eoond
street, between Main and Water street*,
Wheeling, W. Va. jc'JfJ
plIOTOGltAniS- ]
ALL KIS'DS, SIZESASD STYLUS, at '
BIGGINS' QJUAEBY,
ni)10
JOHN C. BCI1ULT7,
PLAIS ASD OaXAHBHTAL, 1
SLATE IIOOFER,
Mo. 11C Eiairxuani
All or-lfln promptly attended to, Bepalrinf n?t
ljr dooo and warranted. ?pa
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BLACK SILKS!
BLACK SILKS!?
to
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i
Another Fall in Black Silks.
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20 PIEOBS iOF
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Black Gro Grain Silk j
PI
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JTTST RECEIVED I
a
from auction,
or
If
Dn
At Lower Prices than Ever Offered in the City. .
out
of t
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Chi
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CEO. R. TAYLOR & CO,"
CO
J CNR 12.
BBILLT," :
TT ~r TTT* * TT -wr. - -w-m -
t jul JU JLU JtLi \DT XI XU JfcC ,
PORK PACKER, T[
AND DEALER IN
Provisions, Sugars, Molasses, Syrups, Rico, Flour, Meats, &o., &o.
Solo Agent for the Dupont Powder Mill, Patent Safety Fuse. jjj
INoh. 1300 nntl 1311 SlaU St., Wheeling, W.V?. ""
jell
E||gjyMMU||g^y*?Mia?-Migg*jj|?^ej^^?B
B aitfil
MBF%J.MfiBiBPM'B>"1 ?ilar'
W
WHITF I FAD iP"RE "w- I
VV 11 II U. . "FOR POTATO BUGS. 8to
I AT VII
E. V. IIAY, HANE8, WILSON & CO.8, Iw
1228 Market , below McLure House. P1"'1
Paint8, Oils, ?nv2."? dlfl
Glass, Sash, puHE paws greek
Doors, and Ami oilier J __jj
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES, PAIUTSI s
il?. 1211 Main Street, Wheeling, W. Va. (
FOR SAlE-ARMSTBDNa i McKEt.VT'3 HANES, WILSON &C0.8, p|
SUPERIOR BRAND ?,v2, wlhM^ _ ft
WIIITE LEAD. T'KS WiSfflS P"'
j?, 1177: ^ ^ ' ?l
IW. I.MO. "feisTa? ""cTmT1 ."" or
Dattoh, Ohio, AprU 17,1877. J.JJ !! J:Jj "L
W??, tho uudtralgnod. an broby ctrtlfy that we u?.
iate uwd Amatrong ? McKt-1? y'a Strictly Puro .< ,,'i, ? BKJ
iVhlto Lead, ami we find it the beat In tho market. {..ml .. i!: M ?/?,,
t U whiter, ground fioer, cotwi more aurlitw, .i.,. ? M ? u WBl
ml has morn l>ody, than any we hare eter UM?). .. rl; V,
1,1 ig? ?2 . Jr
" ssssrflrsf""' *?:: 3:!?:: xt
Pilntm ?nj rappr llatigrrL .. JM
J. A. i.adk, r..iK <t i 11 11 ' tier 1
Uutcr lid l*|? Duller. t;? .rid
A* 1. iUBBKTT, ...? u m plcil
my2rt Houae and feign Paint, r. 7j" ? orot
? 8:W " 0:00 ' ,n*
1/1 ORE NOVELTIES IS JEWELRY. JS"
LY1 ?? . otho
-ine pearl and ivory fans! qf vital importanceMore
of those Nohhv *T
w
CONCH SHELL EAR RINGS. ONE OF REED'S
kiiuctliiOE New! The "RUB11ER CUFF
BRACELET." Don't (all to?ec!t. _____
rit? Lirgnt ind But Selected I I 1 I 1 CSS It
Steok of Silverware In the JiA" Nn J
City it it Bottom Pfleee.
TURNER & DILLON, OPT OSE-MAKE NO MISTAKE. I Hp
j?m 1225 SLuuekt 8ib*it. j?23
PHY GOODS.
ink Out for Big Bargains!
OREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OP
JULC X
:ahpeth, oil cloths and window
SHADES, at
IENRY ROEMER'S,
No. 2006 Main Street.
Vo will i?U for the neit thirty days our entire
ck of goods at ooit. Call and look at our ftioda
1 obtain prlcea. Our large atock of
pring & Summer Dress Good*
MUST BR CLOSED OUT.
jiok at our Dress Goods at 10 and J2Wc.
ilegnnt Dross Uoods worth 60c for 20c.
Jnm Uoods that cost US and tOc for 26c.
:imnt Black and White Summer bilks for 75c.
Ill Wool Black Cashmere worth 60o for Mc.
teady-innde Skirts worth |1 00 for 7S?.
"lne Silk eun Umbrellaa at cost to clow out
'lne Shetland Slut wis for Summer wear ittj
irpets, Oil Cloths & Window
Shades,
Cheaper than crcr before offered In this dtjr.
'all and aoe our 10 yards of Ctarpct for 81 HO.
00k at our 80c Flowered Carpet.
Oc Carpet for 8.1 and 40c.
hoy are superior to anything In the city for the
?e.
QJUJ^/SEiTS.
i kooU Coraet for 40,60 and COc a n?lr.
hocbtapett anil beit slock of CAtiftlMKKE3
bo iixn anywhere, good all wool, for 60c. The
t Koodu made from <5 to 2T>c per yard.
nil and look at our itock and you will I* conrod
tint you can mto money by buylDK your
da at
HENRY ROEMER'S
No. 2006 Main Street.
<*0
LUMBINC.CA8 FITTING
hompson & Hibberd.
IBM Murkef Nfrrrt.
^LUMBERS,
Gas AflH fifftam FltfarQ
?? " "I
?ANt>KASS
FOUNDERS.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
'RINGFIELD GAS MACHINE,
?AMD?
iiowIch' Stonm Fiiinp,
IItrt in Iron, /sail, Ntvtr and Flue PlptJ, Oun
llMt, Steam WhUtla, Strain Gaugn, and
all kimU vj Mttmbm Vomit.
IutIdr Juit removed to their now and cotumodlquartera,
1314 Market atrcct, with a inrgo atitck
lie newest and handsomest uealgna of Chando*
a, Rrnrket and Drop Light*, and Extrusion
indcliera in Iirunzo and ulaai; the uulilic aro
poctiully invited to call and examine them.
'irgoodaareall new. jj2
HUM-RLE A UORNBROOK,
umbora, Gas and Steam Fitters,
ilura in Lwut. Iron. GalmmliMl. Htnnin w*t?r
i Drain Hi?oe. Keep connUuUy on i.nud a lar^t
irtroent Bnua Oooda, Httaui and Water Ounprs,
u[8 and Gu Fixture!.
00LM AGBHTB TO* WKST V1B01BU FOB
LMAN'8 CELEBRATED GAS MACHINE.
BUND FOR CIRCULAR.
118 MARKET STREET. WHEELING, WEST VA. j
luwi't attention given lo ordera from a distance
3 Iron Mills and Engine Builders.
V'fl have added to our FLCMRJNO aud <1 AH
rriNO ostabllahuient,a new aud complete
BltASS FOUNDRY,
I are now prepared to make nil kind* of Ml
I Engine Brua Caatlngi at ihort notlcu and ol
very boat quality.
THIMBLE A HORNBROOK,
p3 Ho. 1418 Market ?lml
EMOVAL "
U
ENNEGEN, BATES & CO.
Wholesale Jewelers,
VTCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVER WARE,
215 \\. BALTIMORE ST.,
e2C BALTIMORE, MD.
ACOB W. GltUBB,
J?1 ~W" IE Xj IB IE?;,
(H < ( KWOK TO JIKKNXUKN, IUTJW ? TO )
I no American ami SwJm Watchra, Jewelry,
iiionds Sicillng Hlvcr hihI 8liw I'lnUil Ware,
lor.Otflco, Dining Itoouiaml Kilcbcn Ciuckain
,o vailt-ty and low prlcca.
JACOB W. GRUBB,
27 1151 MAIN BTBEfcT.
DUPONT'S
heeling Powder Agency.
have it <11 tlmeiln Magazine a large
pk of the abeve celebrated Powder,
: Rifle, Sporting (In cent), Blasting
1 Mining, In metillc package!, whluh
III lell at wkoletila at manufacturer'!
oil. I have Portable Magazines of
'erent sizes for shipping and will dellvfree
on cere or boit. This Powder
inequiled in stranith and quality.
:ll HI. HKIH.V, Sole Ag?'n|.
LATE ROOK
la the
CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
RE'PROOF COVERING
Brick or Frame Buildings. The distance Ip
irance will j*y tbe?ddltlonul coat orcr ahlnglt*.
? bcyoml competition.
CYRU8 M. YOCUM,
_ HTKtfltmviiXK, Q.
j CENTO.
I hate rewired a Urgewawtment of
WALL roCKETB AND TABLES,
Wi I will kIUL Nlntty-flreConlt.
j JOUN FRIEDEL,
: 1130 Malaat.
"rnilv ti!e ''.IWE to 8ECOEE terri. 1
^ " ""ill l'?" (A U> 110
town.Mn JL'nii or"r nuntr, lown 1
?nt t !fnll?ul0 tD?,,Wwt VliInu. No more
SilSi fK?. ?1,1,D? boolu*nd non? more
" rpunwatn Bt, Wheeling. W. Va. roylO
^TO?DOWsNa F?R D00RS AND
patent fly brushes. i
For tale at
MclURK BOUSE ART STORE.
-r R. I.. NICOI.L.
'gH-MAOKgEL, No.. 1, S..J8
Btrrtii and KiU. Lake II erin
nirJ5?i Quarter llarrclij, Halt Water H?raUK.
U ^ 11 BwreU. In it ore and '
Ut ** M. BBILLY,
13C0 and 1311 Mala Ht.
GENERAL NOTICES.
gEALKD FB0F08AL8,
For Building SherifTa Houii and Jm
PtopMlIii?IIII be rcceltrt tiy the Commute,
Minhill County Court on Jail, until T.fH..
Juljr l7tb, 1677, it one o'clock"V! for t2* uiU'
In**. (Iborllr. House Md JM ' to, m.S'.m
county, Wfet Vlprtnl., Mcordln, u, !h,, !
.pecl<t*tloM,*Uat cut bewen itlb,Court 1|' ?
o! Mid county on end after July otb, t?77,
all will be received fortbe vltolo bulldlne 2ft
tbo MMntto tudn. ContnctoM to lurJU ,f,
materials. "
All UiUuvtobaaddmacdlQ sctUl tnreloi..
addreaaed to Frank MrJllton, Km., Mound??[iuI'
Marshall counlr. West Vlnrini*. and m*rwMi ..i._
poub lor bulldlM Jail and HherlQ'i Uouv. ? n,
proponli far auch part of the work aa ta? bl'dj,
way dnlrfd. Thei committee name the rl?h: i
reject aor and all blda. 10
***?* WJII.TON,
)y? Chairman Commute,
JjJ-OTICE^.
QUARTERLY SETTLEMENTS,
I beg leare to announoo to my (niton^n thai i
will preaent all aceouota for aatilauient quartan*
Unmnlng with the lit of October.
Jy2 JACOB W. ORUBB, Jkwku,.
JjJ"OTICEOil
AMOK OF TERjih
In invMnllDK onr Julr aroint., we W Wit lu
Inform our customer. tn?t berMdcr, cou?otoi?,
with th. lit of October, we will ntiilrr ill III,
W'tolr, ItutMJ ol Kml-innuillr .. IwetoC
^SSESSMENT NOTICE.
Clink's Office, City ovWmu.im.1
July 2d, is:;, (
l'uhllc notice Is hereby (rtren to til Persons Intriested
Hint the Aseeaaors elected by tho Council it
I thedt/of Wheeling bare completed their u*M.
I ineit lor the year and made return thereof to uiy
office. Any person wishing to appeal Iruiu raid t?seasuiont,
or desiring any corrections iu*dt, ?m
appear at tho City Building btforo the lk#nl cf
l'quallwllon and Appeali on the 9th day of July
1?77, at 9 o'clock A. M.,u*tbo said Hoard wdl to?i
at that time at the said City Building, to brariit
objection* to aaid asaeutnent and rerlw and eormt
the rauie. ALEX. Ul'DEOitAFF,
Jy2 CUy Ur?k.
J^OTICKMATOB'a
Oyyit'K, WllSKLIXIl, w. VA.. I
July 2d, 18*7. J
I'ubllc notice la hereby giron that the following
section o( I lie City ordinance in relation to oflenoi
will lie rigidly enforced upon tho approaching 4th
day of July, and at other tlmea:
?8ic. W. It shall be unlawful for any person to
fire or discharge within sucb parts of ibe city,
wnlchare or shall bo laid out into lot*, or within
fire hundred feet of aaid limit*, any cannon, gun,
pistol or IIrear?a, or any cracker, aquib, rocket or
tlreworks, except it bo in cam of mcwhlty, oi In
tho discharge of aomo public duty, or nt a mtlltn y
Srade by order ot the officer in command, or with
e pcrtnlaaion of the Mayor of tho eitjr.
gjy2 ASDHKW J. BWEENhV, Mayor.
FOR 8ALE.
j^XECUTOU'S SALK.
The undersigned, F.*ecutorof the U>t will at.d
trntament of N.C.Arthur, detc*M\l. m,> . f 11.?
city oC Wheeling, Wjat Virginia, hereby gW? notice
that by virtue of tbo provisions u arid will
bo will, on 1
SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1877,
rantmonrlnR at 10 o'clock a. M.,attbn front il.ior c>f
the Court IIuum of Ohio county, in the city ot
Wheeling, otter for rain at public auction the following
detcrlbed real estate, to-wlt: Lot uuiuUmed
thlrtv-flvo (35) In Urahbia'a addition to tlicuid
etty of Wheeling, situate on tbo north side o( Filteenth
street, between Eolt and Jacob street*, neeptlnc
about tlx foot of the west aido ofaaid lot
unending back aaventy-four (74) feet, which vu
"'Id by the anld Arthur, hold lot now fronts <>n
Fifteenth street about fifty-four foet, ami cxtwvt.
hack to Iho alloy. There U erected on this lot?
large hrlck dwelling house, anpplled with tnod-tu
conveniences, and la a moat desirable iiro|*rlT.
Whenaaalelamado the con veyancc will Im lude
made known on day et sale. IVnoua cfeslrlng to
examine the pioperty will mil on the undeislgned.
Jy3 It. (L BAKU, Exccuti r.
rjlRUSTEE'8 SALE.
Br virtue of b Deed of Trust inade By .1. K. HoRan
and llellcn It. llocnn, bl* wife, to tlie under*
signed Trustee, dated March 21,1H70, ami of tecmd
among the land records of Marshall county, \V?t
Virginia, iu Deed of Trust Boole No. 2, page lol, I
wlilou
8ATUBDAY, the Mat day of July, 1377,
| Beglnnlug at 10 o'clock a. m., at tlio front doer bl
the Court House of Monhall county, W. Va., nil
at public auction the following described rial ?itste,
that la to aay:
Lota numbered Fifteen and Sixteen (Nus. l.%ai<>l
101 in McClean's addition to tlio town of Mound*
ville, Matshall county, West Virginia, and ImuuJed
an follows,to-wlt: On the east by Mechanic Mr?el,
on the west by an alley; on tho north by J. W.
I'robasco'a lot, and on thu south by a lot mild br J.
I\ Wayuian, Hheriffnnd Commissioner, to Jlclrin
Joboa.
Tho title Is believed to he perfect, but 1 will convey
only such title aa Ian-ate I lti mc by ssld dtvi
of trust.
Tki.M.1 OfHiLK-Ono*thlnl,or more, If therurchaser
bo elect, eaah; tho balance In two cqusl installments
at alx nnd twelve months, notes tnnrinK
Interest to bo given and secured to the mtlafictiui
of thoTruitco.
| Jelfl W. J. W. COWDI'.N, Tmu'i
^MUSTEK'S SALE
By virtue of two deeds of trust mode by Maty C.
Colllna and M. E. Collins, her husluud, to the onderslgned
Trust, e, tho tlrat dated NovtmUr Mb,
1874, recorded in Deed of Trust Book No 7, |?*f
487; the second dated January Vlst, 1875, teennhd
in Deed of Trust Book No. 8, page Oil, ol Urn laud
Becords of Ohio county, I will idl at puMlc auction,
at the front door tf the Court Uouie (.f OLig
county, W. Va., on
SATURDAY, the nth day of July, 1677.
At 10 o'clock A. M., the following dtscrlUd nal
estate, vis: 'Iwo certain lota or pieces of urout.J
en tho cnat aldo of Wheeling 11111, lu the city <1
Wheeling, Ohio county, West Virginia, on Hietasi
sldo of Llndstreet, lietng the aecoud and third Mi
of sixty (CO) feet each, fronting on Llnd huh,
running south from Eleventh (old Spruce) unit,
and adjoining J. T.Gtbeon's lotnorth,and tuiiuiu/
east from Uml street to Alley 21.
The title is believed to be pcrfect, but *llinj??
Trustee I will convey only the title vested iu nw by
said deeds of trust,
1 he terms arc one-third or more, If the puitu?
or so elrct, in cash on day of sale, the balance m
two tnual installments nt six and twelve months,
cotes waring Interest to be given for the dtlwul
inyments, tlio title to lie retained until payment i?
made In full.
W. If. CALDWELL, TroMie.
W. J. W. Cowdkk, Solicitor.
Jtf W. If. Halmw, Auctioned
fjlRUSTEE'S SALE.
By virtue c.f a Deed of Trust mode br Job#
Trluco and Mary Frlnce his wife to tho und<-i?i|ii<
CM jniMi-fl, CHUM JUliO ".attil, 1876,'recorded III l|;c
olflco of tho clerk of the County ti>urtuf "hla
rounty, West \lrglula, lu Deed ol TruM U"< t I>u.
8, I will Moll at the fiont door ot tliuO ml
Huumi if mid county, on
SATURDAY, JULY 11th, 1877,
Commencing at 10 o'clock A. u, all thr f> llowlr*
drialbod iwrtloni of lota nuuil*r*d m?Trnircii (17,
and eighteen (18), aa designated on the t>l*t of the
addition to tho city of Wheeling laid oil l?y John
Mel.ure, James 11. Foraythe and others, unit ?*ll?'t
North Wheeling, and aaid lots are fronting on tl<
east aide of.Wttft street. Tho part* of wld l?ti
ollVrcil for ?>lo arc dcicrlbed aa followa: 1 thinning
at a jiolnt on the caat aide ot Weatttrcet ami fuitjeight
feet cine Inches north of the south line of lot
No. 18: thence northwardly and with West Mm*
aixtccn feet to tho north corner of a frame home
altuated on |*rt of lota Noa. 17 and IS; thenre euMwardlr
with aaid house and |>arallcl *lth the south
lino of aaid lot No. 18 to an alley: thence wuth*
wardly sixteen feet; thence wfiUwardly to the l?giunlng.
The Intention latowll thenortlami*']
or tenement ot aaid Irauin home villi the gmund
on which it itands, running back the same width
to the alley In the rear.
Tltlo believed to bo good, but I will convey o"!}'
the tltlo veatrd in mo.
T^kmo pr Hajjc?Ono-Judl or more if the|?;rchawr
ao elect, (n cmah.tho laUncu In ti?o?>jital
atallmenta at six and twelve mtotha, note* i^i" '?
Interest to lio given and tho tltlo retained until
payment li made In full.
w w ^ JV.JI. CALDWELL, Trustee
... ?. .1. vuiTiisn, nounicr.
W. II. Miller, Auction* rTORW
& co.,
BOOK BINDEKN
?ANDBLANK
BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
Ar* prfptml at all tlm?, with tbo ?*?? matwW
to fill order* for Blank Hooka, audi a* ar# u*h1 If
lUnka, Counties, Corporation*, Railroad* ami Mmtbanu.
upon abort notice, ami In tbe tuoat d?*ii,iblfanil
workntaullko manner.
ilatlnR all tbe lateat and uioat ItnpwnrM machinery
wo foci confldcnt U?at wc win rvndpr entira
ntlifactlon to all who fator un wllb ibilr order*.
Munlc, Magailnea and IVrlodlmlj ol errry dcKrljillon
bound In a neat and durable wanner.
MILLS, FKKW <* CO.,
Vox 25 ard 27 Fovmitsin Bt..
doiS WHEELPCO, W. VA
DCCPDIDTinu PDCC
i iiLuumr i iun rntt
For the nwsdr,Cot ol 8omlmi Wnttm, Lei
Minbo* , mil til dUor Jen brought on byliwi*"Ion
or ?xcea>. Any Dru^jtillii thalugnallwi.
him!*' lu>m 4 c0" clnotam?'0

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