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FOR RENT.
JJIOB RESTBy
the day, week or month, a line llall
ou Main etreef, fir?t floor.
jfjH 1. Ill WIN, A^enU I
TjlOU 1U5NT?
TWO HKAN HEW BIUCK DWKLUM08 on
tha Iil.iml. on York atrwl. nrh ctinUlnlnif wmi
roumi and i bath room. Mare water an J pi and
all modem ImproremenU.
Enquire it
CAPITAL DININO IIOOM8,
1*B Wo. 1155 Market Html
JjlOR RENTTbe
large three-itorjr Warehoaie No.
1603 Main atreet. Two fronta, Alain and
Booth itrceta. Poaaeaalon April lit
Apply to
uiyo A. ALLEN HOWELL.
JEWELLING HOUSE FOR RENT.
Mo. 81 8outh Front atreet, Wand?pleamntly
altuatcd and dcflirablt. Alao, 00? Boom In Mcond
alary ol No. M Twelfth etrwt, aultable for an of&oo
or ilerplng room. Poeacealon glren Immediately.
Enquire of UK. E. A. HI1DKKTH,
. fll No. 1W7 ChapllnoHt
JIOR RENT?HOUSE?
Containing eight roorai and Bath Boom, on
Jacob atieet, between llth and 14th, weet aide.
Uaa and water. Will be ratal low to reepouible
tenant. Enquire of
JOSEPH L. WILDE,
noil Bookaeller and Htatloner, 1066 Main Ht
FOR SALE.
no if* H ALE-TWO BUAKES STOCK IN
I; Wheeling A Elm Orote Hallway.
Addrm "a," lutclllgencoi Office. je29
mnusTEE'a bale of a
Valuable Marshall County Farm,
Look known u tbo CLEM END FARM.
By virtue of dccil o( truit uiado by Cbirlei
Fl?litT ami Margaret Flaber, his wife, of Manliall
county, Weat Virginia, to the underclgned Truitee,
dated the 6th day of April, 1875. and of record
among tbo land ticorda of Marshall county, West
Vlrgttiln. In lJted of Truit Book No. 1, pagea4C7.8,
1 wtllon ?
BATUUUAY, tbe 21st day of July, 1877,
Beginning at 10 o'clock 1. m. of said day, at the
Irout door ot the Court House of Ohio county,
Wheeling, Weat Virginia, tell at public auctlou, to
the highest and best bidder, the following described
real estate, that la to ray:
Two tracts or parcels of land, situated In tho
county of Marshall and State of Weat Virginia,
known and deolgnateJ ai lota number one anu two,
on a surrey thereol wade by Michael l>uwlor, burveyurof
Marshallcounty ulorcaald,??jntalne?l within
tbo following stakes aud bounds, lounca and distance,
that Is to ny:
beginning lor lot number 1 (1) nt a sycamore on
tho wmt branch of Big Wheeling Creek, on Online
of tbo tract of land heretofore told by Ellen B.
Hurhanau to Oitrles Seabrlgbt; thence down the
aald creak lft'J poles to a box elder near tho mouth
of btnU'arun; tbenco up raid run with the u:enn
nM ir.il |*jict iu n !>;camurc ana eim;
1 hence 8 24X*, E 5S poles to n hickorj; thence N
71)4", E 21 0-10 poles to n b?ch; thence N 14)4S,
W35 |o1ot lo a stake: them* N 36?, E 40 jwles to a
white oak; thence N 70% E 28 poles to an Ironwoe*!;
thcnce N 8J, E 22 poles to a white oak; thence
K 68J4?, W 15 poles to a white oak: thence N !W>4',
W 1'2 poles to a white oak; thence N 11%", E IB
poles to a white oak; thence N 4G%?, K 44 |>olca to
a stone; theme 8 TV, E 3J poles to a stake; thence
N KO', ? 81 poles to a white walnut; thence N 70%
E H |>oles toa sUine: thence 8 78% E 44 4-10 poles
to a sugar tree: thence N t'J*, E 41 roles to a stake;
thence N 38) /, E 9 0-10 poles to tuo Place of to*
ginning, containing 170 acrca and 11 poles, more or
less.
And beginning for tho said lot Wo. 2 (two) at a
auiur tree on Kuu; thence down said run
polea to the sycamore and elm on the course of the
said lot No. 1, above descriltfd, on htull's run;
thence down the last mentioned run with the uieanderlngs
thereof 302 poles to a sugar tree; thence
down Big Wheeling Creek 47 '.MO poles to a stake
on the Hue of Jacob Keller's land; thence N 60', W
68 poles to a while walnut; thence X 34 poles to a
stone; thcnce 8 02?, W 14 poles to a stake; thence
a Uu, W 37 poles to a stake; thence 8 21V, W 27
pole* to a stone; thcnce * 1?!4", W 47 poles to a
small Hack oak; thence N 5^4 ,W Sr. 2-10 poles to a
stouo. thence ft 8?, W M 4-10 pale* to n stone;
thence N 80?, W 00 poles to n small double black
oak; thenceHI9M0, E51% poles to a stake; thence
8 r>7 V, W 32 jiolea to a stone; thence 8 41?, E3
poles to a stone; thcnce8 52E 62 |?iles to a poplar;
thcnce 8 50)4", E18 pole* toa chestnut; thence
8 8', W U0 lolea lo a stake; thence ft 41 x\W 31
poles to n chestnut onk atuui|>; thence 8 07W 32
jioles to the ]>! ? ? of beglnnlug.eontulning 177acres
20 poles, more or less, with nil the buildings and
appurtenances thereunto belonging. Betug the
aamc land conveyed to tho said t'borlcs Fisher by
Hanullal Forbes,'Irustce, by deed ilnled-tlio 5tu
day of April, 187.1, and duly recorded among the
land records ol Marshall county, West Va.
Tkkmh ok 8ai.k?One-third cash, and the lotance
In two cnjual yearly payments, Interest from
1st day of October, and secured to satlsfsctloti of
the Trustee. 1.KW18 BAILEY, Trustee.
By U. loitr.KS, bis Attorney.
W. 11. lUtxxn, Auctioneer.
WltKKtiyn, June II, 1*77. Jel'l
JjlOR BALE?
^ Eighty choice Building Lots on Wheeling Island.
rncc irom ?iw io >W0 carh. Only one-?lxth of
the purcbwo money required In cash. The roridue
out be paid annually In yiVK equal lnjtallinenU
With Interest.
Apply |o JOHN P. GILCIIBUT
I''J At Top Mill.
BLANK BOOKS
?AND?
BOOK BINDING.
We aro prepared to make Blank
Books for Banks, County Offices,
Merchants, and others,with printed
heads or without, on the best
paper and first-class Binding,
which for durability and elegance
cannot be excelled, at prices to
suit the times. Call and see specimens
at the
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE,
25 and 27 Fourteenth St.
BUILDER.
J. M. HAWLEY,
r* A nnrftif r-n
v^nrtrtiN l LK.
Office?930 Market Strrrt.
Betidenee?51 Fifths* Strekt.
my9
T?0R BALE?On South 11 roadway itrcot bland,
r one Building Lot, 40 feet front by 123 feet dc*-|?.
Fine ihidc trtee, and lot filled un above itrrrt grade.
my1? JOHN M. HAWLKY.
STEPHENSON HOUSE
AND
SALINE MINERAL BATHS
ST. CATHARINES, OUTAWO, CANADA,
(Eleven mllw from Klanra Fall*), opeoa June 14.
K. R. WAllNklt, Fronrlrtor.
Alao of McLure Houw, Wheelixn, Wot V*. j
1?U I
TO CLOSE.
1
I OFFER WY ENTIRE STOCK OF j
B00TS&SH0ES
AT PRICES
BEYOND COMPETITION!
I
IN ORDER TO REDUCE STOCK,
You can wive luouey by calllug at I
1140 MA.X3ST STJ.
T. STONE.
Q A, W1NGKBTER,
DENTIST.
OBee and Beeldentt. No. 1067 Main Bt, opporit*
Union, Wheeling, W. Va.
MTNIt.-ooa Oxide Gee ud other AaMthetka
ad mlnUtered. myl8
JJ FRANK, THE CLOTHIER,
48 Twelfth ttint,
Buy* and tolli Tickets to all polnta Kut and Wert,
AT REDUCED RAT EH.
MTBound trip tlckeU to Baltimore and return,
LUTEIN"
Suits & Overdresses
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS
BEFORE THE FOURTH OF JULY.
We have this diy concluded to mike
Spiolil Reductions on >11 our Linen Suite,
Ovenklrti, Bisques, Ulsters, eto.
ltKIIEMBER,
We manufacture all ourselves.
We carry the Largest Assortment.
Wo have the Best Made Garments.
We sell them at what others pay for
them.
Our display has no equal EastorWest.
UUIYIL ADIU lit 5U1 I tU.
I. BLUM At BRO.,
1104 Muin Street.
jc30_
mEET II EXTRACTED WITHOUT
1 PAIN.
During the eloren years I hsto t?ccn prictldng
In Wheeling I liavf administered gu tooveraeven
thousand peraona with Pranccr Havkty, and in
almost every caw with entiresatisfaction to myself
and patients.
We constantly keep on hands pure Nitrous Oxldo
Gai (or those that drtire to tala it.
DB. BDHGLSON A SON,
_bo23 No. 1148 Market HL
gFECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
I lmre JtiMt reeeiu-da very fine assortment of
LACK COLLAR*,
BliW, B0UCI1ES,
NECK-TIES, and
TIE ENDF,
Which will Lo offend at very low prices. Also,
another lot of BLACKand W1UTK CUll'IIATS,
New Styles.
KTKAW HATS ?j low as 2jc cach. All arc respectfully
invited to cull and examine goods and
prices
ANNIE C. WAKERLEY,
Jf2n 1071 MAIM HTMKT.
?hfcftbJjfytmz
WKDXIXDAY, JULY 1, 1*77.
\cw Advert i*?iiient?.
Grand Fourth of July Picnic.
Base Bnll at Fair Grounds.
Jelly Tumblers?Cummins ?fc Woods.
Mosquito Canopies?Mendel, Booth &
Co.
The University of Wooater.
Health Oflicer'n Keport.
Thermometer Rk<x)RD.?The following
shown the range of tho thermometer,
an observed at Schnopf'a drug store,
0|>era House corner, yesterday:
s i. m. 12 m. 3 r. h. 8 r. M.
71 80 81
The day we celebrate.
Now for the glories of the Fourth.
O.s'LY 10c will take you to Neuhausen'a
Park. _____
Tiie courta have all adjourned over tho
Fourth.
The Justices report business as exceedingly
dull.
Wagons will bring you from Nouhausen's
Bridge to his Garden.
Tiie Standards will to-day play eighteen
men chosen from tho Clipper and La
lielle cluha.
Rain can't spoil your fun at Neuhan*
Ben's Garden, because he has sheds for
1200 people. _
Two boya were arrested last evening
for shooting fire-crackers. I^ook a leetle
out to-day, boys.
The letter carriers wiil to-dajr make
but one delivery and one collection, and
that in the morning.
Quite a number of Wheeling people
left the city yesterday to be absent during
the heated term.
Owners of horses and buggien please
remember the Grand Concert and Ball at
XeuhauHcn'fl Garden to-night.
The city and county officials have tho
baae ball fever, and will contest in a
game some time next week.
TiiElhaH'of theGermania Hinging Society
corner Market and 14th Street*, was
decorated and illuminated last night.
Kramer's full band will play at Neuhauscn'n
Garden to-day; how do you like
this mimic on Xeuhaupen'a waxed lloor?
The general delivery window nnd the
money order office at the Poatoilice will
to-day open at 7 A. M. and close at 8:30 A.
M.
ONE train every hour on the 11. & O.
railroad will leave the Capitol to emptv
Wheeling'* population into Neuhauaen ?
Park.
There will Iw no public celebration of
the Fourth in Wheeling. The nation'^
birthday will be observed quietly, fcy nocul
picnic*, etc.
Peaches have rut in an anncarance.
but it i* like eating greenbax for the middle
classes to indulge in them. They
must be all "cling atones" from the way
they stick to the fruit stands. (
Tn. closing entertainment of the
Whelan Literary Society, for the benefit
of SUJoseph's Cathedral parish school, I
was given last night at 8U Joseph's Acad- :
cmy Hall, corner Eoff and 14th streets. 1
TheCousw.?8cra?ci Court or Arpeals?Judga
Green, Moort and Johnton.
Jourt met at the usual hour yesterday
norning.
Miller vs.C'iliten's Insurance Company.
Jones vs. Raid, State vs. Charleston, and
State vs. Allum were submitted.
l'ugh vs. Klcharda was dismissed on ac*
count of failure to print.
Col. Benj. Wilson was admitted to practice
on motion of Mr. Lauib.
Adjourned until Saturday morning at
10 o'clock.
Circuit Court?Judyt Mdvin.
This court was in session as usual yes*
terday.
The chancery case of McClary vs. House
*a? argued by counsel, and oocupied the
mure day. Submitted to the court.
Adjourned until Thurtdajr morning at
) o'clock.
Mumcwal CQVKt?Judgt Oranmer.
L'ouri met ai lu o'clock A. w., pursuant
to adjournment.
The caac of Samuel Laughlin ot al. vh.
John J. Joncti et al., in chancer/, was argued
and submitted.
Adjourned until Thursday morning at
10 o'clock.
Police Court?Judge Cranmer.
There wan but ono case up yesterday
morning.
Kichurd Pachfwu fined $2 for using
abusive language toward John Diz.
Pichics To-day.?That our readers
who have a fondness for picnics may not
bo at a loss to know where to spend the
Fourth pleasantly, we give below a list of
those we have heard of:
The Standard Iiase Ball Club will have
a picnic at the Fair Grounds, on the island.
The amusements will consist of base
ball, foot race, greased nig, shooting gal*
lery, dancing, etc. Mayer'a quadrille
band and lleatherington's brass bnnd
will furnish the music. Admission, 15c;
ladies free.
The English Evan. Lutheran Sunday
School will make an excursion out the
HempOeld and picnic in Gaston's Grove.
Trainn will leave the old HempOeld depot
grounds at 8 and 0 A. if. and 1:30 r.
x. itound trip Itickets to Point Milli
and return, for adult*, 40 cent*; children
under 12 years, 20 cents. Refreshments
will he sold on the ground for the benefit
of the Sunday School.
Tho St. Patrick and Hibernian Societies
will have a picnic in the grove adjoining
Mr. Hornbrook's Park, for the
benetU of the Cathedral parish schools.
Persons can go and return at all hours of
the day by the B. & O. railroad, Elm
Grove carB and omnibus line. Cockayne
will furnish the music.
A special excursion and picnic in announced
for Craig's Grove, near Went
Alexander. Trains will leave the corner
ol 23d and Water streets at 7 a. M., and
Zane Street Church at 7:15 a. m.
The Turnverein and Beethoven Singing
Societies will make an excursion to
Sycamoro Grove. Round trip tickets for
adults, 25 cents. Trains will leave the
citycvery hour.
A select party of about twenty-five
couples will go over in Ohio and hare a
picnic on Hens' farm, about a mile and a
half west of Bridgeport.
Tho congregation of Zion German
Lutheran Church will have a nicnic in
Mchlcman'a Orchard, near West Wheeling.
A picnic will be held at Father
Kreusch's vineyard'on Wheeling Hill.
Frank Jones and his Black Hand Combination
will give a picnic and exhibition
at Elm Grove, on tho B. & O. road.
The performance will take place in the
new hall, and refreshments will be furnished
in the adjoining grove.
A number of South Wheeling people
have arranged for a picnic in John Strobel'a
Urove, on Caldwell's Hun.
Neuhausen's Summer Uarden, at Mr.
Thomas Hornbrook's Park, will no doubt
attract a good many private picnic parties.
A select picnic, gotten up by Messrs.
Karl Oglebay and Will. List, will beheld
at Mrs. Beagle's. About thirty couples
are expected to be present. They will go
out on the Hemjilield, at 9 a. sr.
The congregation of St. John's German
Lutheran Church will spend the day in
Zane's Orchard, on the Island. Yaaa'
full band has been engaged for the occasion.
The members of St. Paul's Church will
have a picnic in Bromen'a Orchard. Fred.
Viewig will furnish the music.
The .Sabbath Schools of Martin's Ferry
will uuite in a union picnic at .Walnut
Grove.
Skipped Town.?Ambrose Collins, a
{awoIop rlninrr hniinu. ah \r
noar the creek bridge, on Monday night
suddenly left town, leaving behind a
number of unpaid bills. It will be remembered
that Collins attempted to leave
town Bumptiously last winter, when his
young wife entered suit against him for
divorce and alimony, and his goods were
attached to satisfy her claim. This unpleasantness,
however, was all patched
up, and the parties have since been living
together. Collins left his wifo behind
him.
The Gelds are golden with ripened
grain, but how aro the farmers to gather
in their precious stores if old Jupiter
Pluvius is always coming down, upon
them with thunder, lightning and great
floods of water? Tice and his celestial
co-conspirators are always getting into
conjunction or apposition, destroying the
great equilibrium and producing atmospheric
disturbances that are very unpleasant
and sometimes quite pernicious.
Transfer of Real Estate.?Tbc following
transfer of real estnte was admitted
to record in the office of the Clerk of
the County Court, yesterday:
Deed made July 2,1877, by Richard S.
Hopkins and wife to Amelia 8. Woods,
wife of Robert B. Woods, for 8 acref, 2
roods and 24 poles of land, a part of the
estate formerly owned by Lydia 8. Cruger,
at Elm Grove, on the Cumberland road;
$10,000.
City Sergeant's Retort.?The City
Serceant'H report for the month of Juno
shows: Number of emeu tried, 125; tinea
assessed, $703; fines paid, $480; fine* unpaid,
$309; lockup fees, $30 20. The disposition
of the cases wherein no fines
were paid was as follows: Committed to
jail and citjr prison, 33; dismissed at cost
of city, 0; dismissed at cost of others, 17;
execution suspended, 2.
Wnohas the prettiest baby and who
has the healthiest ouo in this neck of tho
woods was lately decided in a fair and
impartial manner; but who now has the
safest and most effective antibilioua and
fever pills has long since been decided by
the mr jtopuli iu favor of the McLain
Brothers,
Good fishing down at New Martinsville,
together with oceans of active bed-bugs
and great, big, enterprising mosquitoes
with cork-screws for nills. Taking it all
together, in a bunch, as it were, New Martinsville
is a very industrious sort of a
town, with many prospects.
Everybody speaks of Neuhausen's preparations
for to-day. Kramer's music,
two waxed tloors, 50* acres park and nu
uciuiia oincr aiirncuons are suuicicni 10
have a big part of Wheeling'* population
there.
Divorck G ranted.?Mr*. Rebecca j.
Crawford applied to the Circuit Court
for a divorce from Thos? J. Crawford, nn
the ground of desertion and abandonment,
and the application was granted.
TnE Normal School Regents will meet
nt the office of the Superintendent of
Public Schools, at the Capitol, on Satur*
Jay morning, for the purpose of appointing
teachers for the enduing year.
Tnehartest is ready for the tickle;
but the storms and rain are pitying the
mischief with both the harvest and the
"aicklers."
Cmr Council?8xcond Branch.?A
special meeting of Council wm held Jul
evening. Present - in Second Branch
Adams, Campbell, Crowther,, Fisher
Ooodfellow, Hanes, Loft an, Myles, Pol
lack, Reeves, Riddle, Himpson, Htokei
and Waterhouse?13.
In the abience of the President, Mr,
Himnton wm called to the chair.
The special object of the meeting wai
stated to bo the awarding of the contract
for re-paving Market street, betweer
11th and 12th street*. '
The action of the First Branch ir
awarding the contract for relating Mar
ket street, between 11th and llith street*
to James Gallagher, for $500, wm concurred
in.
A subscription lint of property owncn
along Market atreet, between 11th ani
12th streets, amounting in the aggregati
to $438 50, offered as part payment of tin
expense to be incurred by the city in the
contemplated lowering and repaying o
said Market street, between 11th and 12tl
streets, was suommeu, ine nuiouui wai
accepted, and a committee of three, om
from the First and two from the Secom
Branch, wan appointed to collcct sail
subscription. Messrs. Horkheimer ant
Pollock were appointed on the partof thii
Branch.
A petition from people residing on Li
Belleatreet, in relation to the Wheat's tan
nery premises, and the decaying ofla
thereon, was referred to the Committei
on Health.
Petition of John Q. Reister, for priri
lege of removing cinder, was granted.
Petition of John Myers, claiming to lx
erroneously assessed, was referred to tin
Board of Equalization and Anneals.
Petition of Riverside Iron Works Com
pany, for right of way for railway pur
pose# on Wood ntreet, was submitted bj
Committee on Streets, Alleys and (iraden
to which it was referred by the Kirs
Branch. The committee recoiumendn
that the petition be granted.
An ordinance authorising the River
sale Iron Works to construct a railroad
track on the east side of Wood ntreet
from its mill on said street south to tin
track of the Baltimore^ Ohio Railroat
Company, and to transport railroad can
thereon, nubject to certain conditions am
restriction*, wan read three times am
i TL. <i... .1..
company Khali m> construct its track tlia
the top of the rail shall I* on a lini
with the established grade of Wooc
ntreet, and *hall pave with stone or plan!
between U* track on ever; street or allej
it rnoj criMf, ami shall keep and main
tain efcch crossing in good order. If n
any time after the construction of sail
track it shall appear that the said trncl
impedes or obstructs the use of sail
Wood street, of which the Council nhal
be ihe nolo judge, the company shall a
onct at its own expense provide a remedy
for the flame.
RESOLUTIONS.
Instructing the Street Commissioner t<
place a stone crowing across 17th street
at Alley K. Adopted.
Instructing the Street Commissioner t<
place broken stone oo Alley (t, hetweei
16th street nnd Alley 15.
Directing the City Clerk to advertia
for bids for the renting of city coal scale*
recently erected by the city at the soutl
corner of 4th and Main streets, lor th<
year ending March, 1878. Adopted.
Instructing the Street Commissioner t<
spread shale from Gunther's quarry, oi
gravel, on the broken stone now spreai
on McColloch street, from 12th street t<
the city bridge. Laid on the table.
Instructing Street CoinminHoner t<
clean at once Cbapline street from 33d ti
37th, of the debris left since paring gut
ters along paid street, al*o to lay tin
crossings on the corner of Chapline am
35th street*, to avoid the accumulation o
stagnant water. Adopted.
Instructing Street Commissioner t<
purchase oak plank lor Ihe purpose o
milting a lloor on the Caldwell's Kui
bridge, overChapline ntreet. Adopted.
A resolution from the First Branch
calling for the enforcement of an ordi
nance in regard to obstructing ntreet? am
alieys, wan concurred in.
An ordinance establishing the grade o
Wood street, between 25th aud streets
"wfts read three times and passed.
Adjourned.
FIRST URANCII?EXTKA 8E8HI0K.
llis Honor the Mayor presided. Ih
calling the roll there were presen
Messrs. Baird, Boring, , Ejjerter
Hall, Hastings, Jit-inter, Stone. Wilsoi
and Woodward.
The minutes of the two last meeting
having teen read were approved am
signed by the Mayor and Clerk.
Petition of John F. Simpson, to liavi
the grade of Hth street changed so as t<
give him a level entrance to his new liv
ery stable, was received from the Secorn
Branch, and the action of said Branch ii
referring it to the Committee on Street*
Alleys and tirades, for report, was con
curred in.
A resolution directing the Street Commissioner
to put broken stone on Alley (
from 10th to 17th streets was rccei'vei
from the Second Branch.
Mr. Stone moved to refer to the Com
mittee on Street# and Alleys for a report
which motionwas lost and the resolutioi
waa coucurred in.
A resolution to put a stone crowing 01
17th street, at Alley ?, received from tin
Second Branch, was referred to the Com
mittee on Street*,Alleys ami Grade*.
The action of the Second Hrancli an
(homing bid* for'the new coal scale* cor
ner of 4th and Mam street, was conourrei
in.
A resolution was offered br Mr. Wil
son that the Street Commissioner be or
dered to enforce sec. '? of the ordinanc
found on page 225, of the ordinance book
in relation to obstructions in the nllej
and on the sidewalks.
A diaenssion arose as to the practica
bflity of the proposition, and the City So
.i._ .i,?. _.i. ' .i.
liuuur iiiu ujimiuu umi mucrc 1111
obstructions in the way of steps and aica
have been in existence 20 years an ease
merit has been acquired, and they canno
be compelled to remove the obstruction*
after which the resolution wan adopted
A message from the Second Brand
announced that a report from tho Com
mitteeon Streets, Alley* and Grades
recommended that tho Kiverside Mil
Company be authorized to construct i
Tailroad track on Wood street to the II
& 0. railroad, from it* mill on said Woo<
street, subiect to tho restrictions provide*
in the ordinance accompanying said rec
ommendation. The ordinance was rcai
a first, second and third time, and tin
action of the Secouu Branch in grantinj
tho petition of said company and author
izing the construction of said track wa
concurred in.
An ordinance establishing the grade o
Wood street was read, and tho action o
the Second Branch in passing said ordi
nanco wasconcurred.in.
A resolution from the Second Branch
ordering the Street Commissioner t<
clean Chapline street from 33d to 37th o
the debris arising from the curbing o
aaid street was concurred in.
A resolution of the Second Branch or
dering the construction of a bridge on th<
piles recently placed in Caldwell's Rui
at the Kotr street crossing, and referrei
to the Committee on Streets and Alleyi
with power to act, was concurred in
Said bridge is not to cost over $200.
Adjourned.
ew ufficeiis.?\ irginiUR Lodge .>o
4, Amalgamated Iron and Steel Worker#
has elected John Stroble, President; C. 1)
Thompson, Vice President; Wm. llall
Financial .Secretary; A. T. liar, Jiecord
ing Secretary, and Melvin Hall, Jlepre
sentative to the Grand Lodge, whicl
meets in August next at Columbus, O.
The American Mechanica have electei
John Stroble, Counsellor; James Mc
Cready, V. C.; Ernest Baker, K. S.; ?
Wilkinson, F.8.; Clinton Picket, A, F. R.
Isaac Freese, Treasurer. J. W. Schulti
is Ex-Counsellor and Wm. B. Hall
Senior Ex-Counsellor.
No one can long abuse health without
suffering generally with blood diseases
Keep the blood pure by using Dr. Bull'i
Blood Mixture. daw
IYvmoiT Mommto'tf Stork.?Severe
thunder itorms have been of common occurence
in this locality the present hi*
Hon, but it hu long time linn we
- have Men no much vivid lightning and
r heard such heavy thunder as in the paat
few daya. A storm came up about mid.
night Monday night, and raged violently
for an hour or ao. After a cessation of
i thirty or forty minuteN the elements
; again combined in a heavy thunder
i storm, which continued for over an hour.
The wind wan not bo atrong aa in the firat
i atorm, but the rain was much heavier.
falling in torents. No doubt a great deal
, of damage wan done to the crops, but it in
impossible to estimate how much. We
give below aoine incidents of the atorm in
? thiacity:
I The roof of the belfry of the Zane
s street M. E. Church waa blown oil', and
! alighted ou the house occupied by a Mr.
) Moreland, about forty yarda to the
f southeast. The roof of Mr. Moreland'a
i house waa badly damaged, and a large
? hole was broken through the coiling of a I
; bedroom occupied by Mrs. Moreland.
I One large piece ot timber fell into the i
I room, but fortunately no one waa.near
I enough to be injured.
? The rixidsnce and tobacco shop of Mr.
Chris. Yiewig, in the lower nart of the
i Eighth Ward, waa considerably damaged. |
. The walls were forced apart ao that tho
1 roof over ono room was entirely de;
molished. and another roof hung aup*
ported only by the partitions.
In the lower part of the Eighth Ward
many trees were blown down. Trees
b three and four feet thick were twiated ofl'i
? and torn up by the roots.
The ferryboat Jessie B., at Benson's j
. Kerry, was torn Irom Iter mooring* and j
carried with the current of the river to!
r iiellaire.
, A house at the corner of 23d and Eoff
t streets wm struck by lightning and badly
I damaged.
The jackstafl* and one of the swinging j
. derrick* of the steamer Andes were broI
ken. One of the patentjstagesifell to the
, deck with a loud noise, alarming the
s crew and causing considerable excitement
1 on board.
i The top of the gable end of Tallmin's I
1 grocery, in North Wheeling, was blown in.
1 The ollice of the Superior Machine
? Works, in the First Ward, was unroofed,
t The trees and shrubbery in the Ked
t Men's Cemetery were injured to aconsid1
erablo extent.
i The IlnjcM and Wheeler pole in the
r lower part of the Eighth Ward wad blown
down.
t (>n the Island many line fruit trees were
1 destroyed.
i Personal Points,?J.O. Kitchie. Kiq.,
I President of the W. & W. Narrow Gauge
Railroad Company, was in town venter'lay.
Mr. J. A. Dunning, manager of the
Hinge Factory, wan last evening presented
by the workmen at the factory with a
gold-headed cane. The presentation I
speech was made by Mr. John Kobinaon.
Mr. John Ewing, clerk in the Treasurer's
oflice, has returned to his duties,
after a severe illness.
Mr. Joseph Laltzer and Miss Katie
Armbruster were married at the St. A1-1
nhonstis Church yesterday afternoon.
The attendants were Mr. Ed. Sowers and ;
Mis* Theresa Smith. j
Col. J. L. Vance, of Oallia county, 0.,
favorably mentioned as an available candidate
for Governor on the Democratic
ticket, was formerly a steamboat clerk on
the upper Ohio and Kanawha.
Mr. Kobert Simpson presided at the >
meeting of the Second Branch of Council
last night.
Mr. K. II. Phillips and bride have r?
uirneu ironi lueir weuuing inn.
Mr. J. II. Criswell, of Moundaville,|
wa* in town yesterday.
EtCULAriUH vs. Blackstone.? T1ic
jjatue of base ball between the physicians
and attorneys, which has been the" subject
of conversation about town for a week or
so part, came ofl' yesterday afternoon on
the Fair Grounds. There was quite a
largo audience present to witness tlve
game, which wan intensely interesting.
Sam. ttarcklev, of the Standards, was the
umpire, and tlie game occupied two hours
and thirty minutes. The barristers were
victorious, by a score of Uo to 23, as follows
:
) ATTOINKYJ. rilYSICUK.1.
O.K. o. It.
1 nililnih I f. Kllcvea ..~.i 4
lVnjuwn ..2 6 Morrlf _.2
i I .Inch .. 1 r. 4 l
IVndletou ..0 C Hullard .? S
Thompson 1 ft Andewon !1
* Kfniplc ..4 1 Wunderllch J! 2
1 Mr Nell I 2 Mublctnm....... J2 11
Kennedy It " Cope 2 u
? Uugiu 2 41 Ward 1 3
B ? ?I ? ?
9 fl'otol .......18 as| Toul IS 23
* InnliiRB.. ....WH..1 2 3 4 tli fl
l Attorneys .........4 7 1 iT 11 7?85.
) Physicians ...~ /..?0 7 & 5 1 6?23.
1 A Caning at the Hinge Factory.?
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Jamea A. Dnn.
ning, manager of the Hinge Factory, was
j surprised by a visit from his workj
men, who, through Mr. James Robinson,
one of their number, presented him with
. a handsome gold-headed cane. Mr. Hobinson
expressed in a few well chosen
J word* the high esteem in which Mr. Dunning
was held by the employes of the
factory, and their desire to present him
B with a fitting testimonial of the pleasant
. relations existing between them. The
recipient responded feelingly, and in Gt?
. ting language thanked the donors for the
. honor couferrcd upon him. The cane has
] the usual elaborate inscriptions.
AcciDErrr.?Cfjnstable Louis Gaus, the
. well known piccolo player, of Kramer's
e Band, while returning home, on Monday
night during the storm, fell over a tree
t which had been blown across the pave*
mentby the storm. He escapod without
. any serious injury.
? Justice Bulger will offer the BriIt
, boat house at Constable's sale to day.
t Mother* will grow weary and sigh
over the Baby's troubles when Dr. Bull's
\\ Baby Syrup would rolicvo the child and
I thereby give the mother rest. Price 25
. cents. dAW
j Extraordinary Bargains is Organs:?
$285 .Smith American Organ, G oct., for
'j $175.
, $'200 Packard,Organ, 5 oct., for $!]!).
$'2(H) Mason & Hamlin Organ, for $125.
$285 Mason & Hamlin ()ri?nn f.?r $!/>()
* $225]Wood Organ, for $123. '
$250 Eatey Organ, for $125. *
? One 5 octave, .Smith American Organ,
* for $75.
One 5 octave Organ, for $60.
. AD1U8 & JJUCAS,'
I 1227 Market street.
Dit. E. A. Fabhuiiar's Medicated
Crackerh, for the relief and euro of
' every form of dr*l?epsia, or other func|
tional disease of tho stomach and bow,
els, an well a* all sympathetic affections
arising therefrom. There in no taste or
smell of medicine about them?nothing
* to indicato to persons using them that
e they are taking medicine. Their nrinci]
pie* are so combined as to affect the sys1
tern by insensible action, which gives a
? quick, healthy and complete diges'tion.
* cures the disease by removing tho cause.
For Halo by druggists and grocers generally.
lt Look to Your Interest.?! beg leave
to inform my friends and the public in
' general, that I havo too many Dress
Uoods, jloady Made Linen Suits, Carpets,
' Wall Paper, Notions, Parasols; also
. 30,000 pounds of Southern Carpet Chain
, at 20 cent'. Call soon if yon wish to
nave money, ax I am determined to reduce
I stock. No*. 2019 and 2021 Main street.
John Roemer.
Break down in price* of Dry floo?l*
and Carpe^. Now h your time. Call
aud price. Got to sell.
1 J. W. flamy* i
i Just received, a lot of Children'? Show
of the lataH %iy lea, at L. V. Blowd'*. |
Bwux do wit a Priob.?Drea* Qoodi |
3 cents, Black Kid Glovee 35 cent* and
Carpet* an cheap u 15 cent*. Thtjr have
to be told to raiM money now.'
J. W. FniiL
Thk finest shoes kept in the city at
1*. Y.BLOrot.
CkRTKtii I Carpets I Carpet*! It la a
well settled fact thai the cheapest Carpete
and Dry Goods in the city are found
J. W. Fkrjuel'*,
Corner Main and 20ih St.
Gents' fine shoes of the latest styles
just received at L. V. Blond's.
Good Black Kid Glorea for 35 eta., at
J. W. Fennel's.
Till cheapest shoes in the city at
L; V. Blond'*.
It ia very safe to say that the most fas*
tidioua guest never leaves the Colonnade
Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa., diaaatiatied with
his visit to that famous hostelry. eod
All nervous, exhausting, and painful
diseases speedily yield to the curative
iniluences of Palvermacher'e Electric
Belts and Bands. They are safe, simple,
and cflective, and can be easily applieu
by the patient himself. Book, with full
particulars, mailed free. Address Polvermacuer
Galvanic Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio. .
Illvcr Newik
The Courier left for Parkersburg at 11
A. m? with a good trip of both freight and
jliio ouiv ? uucj jiaoevu uuwn m y a. ji.
cn route for Ironton.
The \V. P. Thompson passed up at 1) A.
ar., en route for Pittsburgh.
The Andes left for Cincinnati at 4 p.
m. with an excellent trip.
Last night the markB indicated 7 feet
and falling.
Tne Ed. Hobbs is en routo for Wheeling
with 000 tons of Iron ore.
The steamers Fearless and Ironside
passed down yesterday, en route for 8t.
Louis.
The Kail City left lor Pittsburgh last
night.
The Oranitc State will pass up at
noon to-day.
The Science will be to day's I'arkersburg
boat.
The Express left for Kteubenvllle last
night to bring down- an excursion party
from Stenbcnville.
i Cajit. Ray's new steamer, in process of
building al Portsmouth, will be coin pie
ted and ready to take the place o[ the Scioto
in three weeks.
The new Gallipoli* ami Kanawha packet
Boone is IS feet longer and 8 feet wider
than the old Boone. She had 128 state
rooms, a roomy and elegant cabin, and
makes 8 miles an hour up stream.
The following are the dimensions of
the hull recently contracted for by Capt.
C. F. Adams; Length, 250 feet; beam,
38 feet; depth of hold, 5J feet. The new
boat which Capt. A. expects to have out
about the first of October, will have four
new steel boilers 2i> feet long and 38 inches
in diameter?they have not yet been
contracted for. She will have a full
lengthy cabin and Texas, and as before
noted in theso columns, is being built especially
for the Pittsburgh and St. Louis
trade. She will be 24 feet longer than
the Jno. L. Khoads, with two feet more
beam.
IBj Telegraph.1
PlTrsDDRGll. July 3.?River 4 feet 4
inches. Weather fair.
Kvansvillf, July 3.?Down?Miller,
Johnson nnd Tarwron. Up?Smith and
Arkansas Belle, ltiver 10 feet scant and
falling. Clear and hot.
New Orleans, July 3.?-Arrived?Alice
Brown and barges, Pittsburgh. No
departures. Hot and cloudy; showery.
Cincinnati, July 3.?River 12 feet and
falling. Arrived and departed?Hudson,
Wheeling.
Vicksbubo, July 3.?Weather clear
Thermometer 94. River fell 2 inches..
Ujv-City of Helena. Arrived?St. Genevieve.
ijuui3vn.i.r, jiuy u.?iiiver tailing,
with G feet in the'canal. Weather warm
and clear.
Little Rock, July" 3.?River 13 feet
and falling. Weather clear and warm.
Departed?Belle of Texas, Memphis.
Nashville, July 3.?River falling,
with 3 feet on the shoals. Arrived?Anderson,
Cairo.
OmahA, July 3.?The 'ateanier Yellowstone
passed down. River falling.
Memphis, July 3.?River rose 4 inches;
'23 leet 0 inches. Generally clear; thermometer
91 dog. Arrived?llarricash,
White river. Departed?Maud. Vickaburg;
Capita! City, St. Louis.
St. Louis, Julv 3.?Arrived - China,
Joe Kinney, Dolphin, Lizzie Baylisn,
Gplden Katie. Departed?Golden Eagle,
Belle of 8t. Louis, Cambridge, Grand
Tower, Lizzie Bavlira. Clear aud warm.
River risen G inches.
Cairo, July 3.?Arrived?Chan. Morgan,
Cincinnati; Vint. Shinkle, St. Louis.
Departed ? Andy Fulhan, Louisville.
River 29 feet 4 inches and stationary.
Cmcvklanp, tcscirawas vallby & woekuno
ItAlMTAY comt'AXY.
Ci.kvkc.ino, Juno 12, 1877.
Tiie BUBscnibhiisto tiikcafital
bTOCK of mid Company will tske notice tint
their aubarrlpUons heretofore made for the purpM
of Riding in extending the railroad of wld Company
from Its present terminus to tlie Ohio lUver,
baring heretofore l??en accepted by said Company,
the Board of Directors of said Company at a meeting
thereof, held on the 6th day of June, 1877, by
a reanluUon, ordered that the first Installment of
fire dollars (85 00) on each share of fifty dollars
SiO COj so subscribed to the capital stock of aid
mpany, now due from subscribers, appearing on
the boon, and Individual subscriptions no accepted,
shall be paid on or before July 1st, 1877, to r.
A. line ill, Trtarirrr rj Mid Comjnny, at the gout'
al ojJU-e thertoj, or the name may be paid to a. J.
UagrfHj at Bridgeport^ Ohio, or to such person aa he
Iw sucli psraon u the ssdd Baggs mmjr duly authorite
to re<-elve money duo upon mal<i subscriptions
are either of them by raid Company empoireted
and authorised to receive and receipt (or tno same
for and on its behalf; nod ten per cent of said itib>
Mtlptlun shall le duo (and is hereby requlred'to be
paid to the said Treasurer, at the general office 0/
said Company, at aforesaid. or the satue mar 1*
pild to A. J. Jmcxs nt Uridgcport, Ohio, or auch
person m he may designate* who are authorised to
recelTe the same for and on behalf of aald Com pa*
oy,) on the day /ollowlni; the expiration of every
thirty days frum and after July 1st, 1877, until the
vholo subscription shall ho due and required to be
paid, as above specified,
Ry order of the Board of Directors.
Jf.'2-K i.I'. A. llKWllT, herniary.
gALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order of the County Court of
Ohlp county. Went Virginia, cutered on the 11th
dayo/ April, 1*77,1 oiler for ule the rcsil estate
below mentlancd. If not sooner sold at prirato
sale 1 will on
SATURDAY, June 33th, 1177,
At 10 o'clock A. v., sell on the premise? pari of the
farm of John Thornburah, situated on toe waters
of Middle WheelingCrcdc, inTriadelphia District,
Ohio county, W.Va.
The part of said farm I offer for salo supposed to
Contain from fifty to soTenty seres, too exset
amount to l>? aecertalned by surrey alter aale, and
will Im sold at so much per acre; and I* bounded
by the centre of the county road and boundary
lines of the farm, extending acrnu said creek, lain*
all of said farm lying south of Mid county road.
Tkriu op Hals?One-third cash and remainder
In two equal Instalments of nlno and eighteen
months after day of rale, evidenced by negotiable
promissory nob** secured by deed of trust ou tliu
Cremises sold. Deed given on conflrmstion of sale
ytkm Court. ^ ^V. J%W. COWDEN,(
No. 1222 Chai.llne et. JM-M-irtO
The ahova Mle U p0*tP0Md until TUE4DAY.
July lOlh, 1S77, at 10 o'clock A. *.
W. J. W. COWDHN,
J I2 ; ComtnllUw, Ac
Notice-tiirudif*' lynpmnm band win
meet on Friday* at li<4 r. u. until further notu--*.
CUM.M1TTKK.
rp u B A CC08.-1 IUVE ON HAND
X n (nil Una of Tobacco* from the tailing manufactory
In tho country, including Lorlllard'a,
Flnztr lira., Ifolbrook'a Monitor Narjr, Hanr C,
Ilolbrook'i Natjr, Homer lludaon. J. R ?att
Richmond: J. 1L lit*. DanrlUe, Va.; a F. (Irare^
it anu ouicra. t cin iarm?a all itylci mado br
iIkm factor!** at lowwt market tiriw.
M. BKILLV, lioj and 1311 Main 8t.
gUMMEU VISITORS.
The Summit IT o u ho,
? Al .n(!RTI AND- "CRANBERRY&&0. B.
B., will be open lor th# reception of boardtn on
and after Jure 15th, 1877. Terrni modmte.
JelO MH3, MABY E. WOBTHINOTOW:
DKOOMS?300 DOZEN FANCY, VA-D
KlOUsJ alxea. Ju?t rwlrnl and for al?\>y
M. EVILLY, 1308 and 1311 MalnSt
OA ft BAQ9 BIQ COFFEE "
tfUlJ Fox HaUbjr
myll Llirr, DAYBHfORT A PARKS.
IN8URA
PENN MUTUAL LiF
OF PHI LADE
organi:
oiraum nub to roller houum ?
?ccu?uuiioTMfiTft3
BA1IL. C. HUESAUL.
E. STOKES, Vice PmUtnU I
II. 8. (STEPHENS, 2d Vice PreilJ.nt |
Evin Polloyhold?r ti mentir if tbi
and privilege!.
It hii diolwtd more dividend! In b<
Cemptny li the UilUd Sutee,
ii ii nmm ia mminigement, prompt li
UOHKHT W. TOOK]
|OFHICE, No. 28 TWIXFT
ol? w?nl?il In tttry Mellon of th?
CT OCLEBA
SOLE AGEf
Silver La
PRODUCT OF MILL 1,0
Jackson's Petersburg 1
Buchannan & Lyalls' New Y
Three of the largest ind molt eele
States. We carry a large line of T
vantages not obtainable elsewhere.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUF
GENERAL ME
And you will be convinoed (for liki
ruling rates.
G. OGLEBA'
Not
my 10
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COMMERCIAL
I
Jot Pmnj
J
lu the execution oi
Artistic Job Printing c
f
There is no office in Went Virginia that has "
a reputation equal to that of the (
J
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE.
1
J
Their facilities for the execution of the best
claw of work are not excelled by any 1
establishment.
CHECKS, SHOW CARDS.
(
Business men will find the best place to
get their PRINTED BUSINESS STATION*
BUY in first-clww style, and at reasonable
prices, is at the
INTELLIGENCER JOB OFFICE, i
25 A 17 Fourteenth, Street. 11
:M: .A. :R,T ihsts i
_J
"iiifinS -***
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CAPITAL RESTAURANT.
No. 3150 Uittn Bt., <i the only flrti-dut R*t- Z
laurant in /A? ctijr. U ii the only itcitaurant that
hn separate roonu fox ladlea,or where you can find i
tint quiet cleanHneaa of a home, combined
wlih the bent nldni that can he found In thedtv.
He hcepa on hand the tery beat the market affanli
In vegetable*, flib, OTiten. game, and everything
In season, and serves it up In a manner unexcelled u
In the country. lie can be relied upon alwaya to
furnUh everything flm-claaa. le8
PeabodylnsuranceCo. WHEELING,
W. VA. C
I'alU Up Capital . - gioo.uoo. *
Wrltca moderate line* an Dwelling*. Farm Property,
flrat-dasa Mercantile and Manufacturing
ri?k?, and on Cargo rliks on Western water*.
e
DlBECTOBSt J
Alouxo taring, A. M. Artams,
Dr. W. J. Bates, Jan. F. BarnM,
H. P. HIMreth, Ala*. Laughlln,
John L. Rice, C. A. Wlogerter,
B. B. Irwin,
ALOWZO LOSING, Prti't
J. V. I, RODQHB4, Ectfy. mrlS
JF YOU WANT
LETTER-HEADS PRINTED, ,
CALL AT THE *
NTELLICENCER OFFICE "
t<
t
25 AKD 27 FOUltTH.UU St. i
NCE.
E INSURANCE CO.
LPHIA, PA.
3BD1847.
? Mn.ioi :
If, Prealdent
J AS. WEI II MASON, Actum
HENBY AUOTIE, S.cretny,
Comptny, eiMled to Dl It* Uviid,,,
if, tad of i l?H"D*r?int?|? thin my
11ts MlUlMlll If IMM.
ICR, Gcnoral Airent.
H ST., WHEELING, W. VA.
BUt<; tito City Solicitor*
Y & SONS,
4T8 FOR
ke Flour.
>nn rri c pcd n*v
'obacco Manufactory,
ork Tobacco Manufactory,
brated manufactories in the United
obioooe, and oin give buyeri idI
IMMENSE STOCK OF !
RCHA> DISK, I
? quality) our prioei ire fir below
Y & SO!N"S, |
1.1412 & 1414 Main Street.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
QK.NTWrilY.
We mlrlionll those wanting Dentlitry done lo
til on Hit. (JAblllhK, where they can lmve twih
xtratto<l without tie illgliest pain and now teeth
nit In not to be known from the nstural Uwtb.
in t? worn with comfort snd caie. All nw
rsmntrd. Offlcr? No. 42 Fourteenth street, mrr
of Mtrkst JelC
ROBERT WHITE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WBBEUHO, W. VA.
OrricK?Attorney Ocncrsl'a Offlo?, Capitol.
my23 __j
B. CALDWELL,
Attorney at Lav,
1220 CiuruNB Bt.
Practice* in nil Courts. ?p20
J OWN J. JACOB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in People's Bunk Building, corner
if Main and Twelfth streets. aj>t>
J DALLAS EWINO,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 64 Twelfth St.,
doO WHEELING, W. V v.
J. W. COWDEN,
lttoruoy at L a v? .
Offlco-No. 1222 Chaplikk St.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Prompt ittcntloo to tU b urines ratrmtod to injr
*ro. ; fc7
^ H. COCHRAN,
Attorney at Ldw,
1220 CHAFUIt* 8TRCTT,
lei WHEELING, W. VA.
C. OLMSTED, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Of nc??No. M fotsmuvtb Bt.
WHEELING, W. VA.
Office llourt-8 to 10 A. U. lto8r.il.
^yiLLIAM ERSKINE,
Ittornoy at Law
Office of tho lato C. W. B. AllUon, No. 1110 (limine
?tro*t, Wheeling, W. V*.
Will practice In the State and Federal Court?
BENJAMIN 8. ALLlrtON, Not ait Ppm.ii.
Office m iborc. .lei ft
William rniLirs,
mtioa of (Hi Pilot&RmI EitataAgtnt
No, ? Twkltth Bt., Whoumo
Collectlona o( til kindi tsada tod |irwf*d?
iroroptly remitted. )aS
jyM. U. HEARNE,
attorney at law.
'ffice with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
Street, Office up stairs.
auSO
JJANIEl LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fo. 1318 Market Street, (nr.r Clt* H*nL i
<e4 Wheeling, W. V?. '
|1 J. 11UGU8,
Attorney nt Law .
Iffiu 71 Tvtiflfi titrert, WbttlMj, W, I n
Fraotlcei in tin Courts ol Ohio, M?n.li?ll
ml Tyler countiw, W.Vn. norl7
|")ANIKL PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Hot Oitplliifl Stmt, Wheeling W. v.,
I^INCU 4 THOMPSON,
ATT0RNEY8 AT LAW,
1206 CUAPUNB BriKT.
Uoom No. 1 Odd Fellows' Bulldloc? upalaln.
mrtS
JACOB S1VYI>EH
1105 MAIN A UN 80CTH 8T8.,
'e*t* tba atock of IBON and HEAVY
HAUDW^UK Id the BUte. HU itock <f
Yood Work, Springs, Axloi, Yarnlihei,
PllBt8, &0?
i not ?t?ll?d br any wtablUhmant within a boored
mild of Wheal!*:
Oanlajatad WifODiUDatoctarera will And It | |
) tfailr Tntcrat ti jItc him a call. I
Alio on hud, LAND PLASTER ol wpaiiw 1
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