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FOR RENT.
pon rentTwo
of tho?c amnll fancy Store Ilooma,
with good Dwelling* attached, on Eleventh
itreeU
PoucMion to be had 'immediately. .
Jy7 1. IRWIN, Agent.
jjtOU RENT? ~ '
TWO BRAN MEW BRICK DWELLINGS on
thf Iiland, on York itreet. etch containing mtvq
rooui and a bath room. Havi w?Ur and pi and
all modem improrementa.
Eoqulie at
CAPITAL DINING ROOM8,
l?a? No. 1166 Market Html
pOB BENTThe
Urge three-itory Warehouse No.
1603 Main atreet, Two fronta, Main aud
South itreeU. Poaaeaaion April lat
Apply to
mtfi a. ALLEN HOWELL. '
JEWELLING HOUSE FOR RENT.
Mo. SI South Front itrwt, laland?plcwantly
ituatKd aud dwindle. Abo, one Boom In arcond
itorj of Mo. M Twelfth itreet, aultable for an offlco .
or aleeplng room. I'oMiwalon glren Immediately. '
Enquire of DR. B. A. IIILDKETU,
aplt No. 1307 ChapllnoML
J^lOR KENT?HOUSE? '
Containing eight rooraa and Bath Room, on
Jacob atieet. between 18th and 14th. wcat aide. 1
Qai and water. Will be rented low to reaponalble
tenant. Enquire ol
JOHEPH L. WILDE,
noSl Bookseller and Kutlon?r, 10G4 Main Ht.
FOR 8ALE.
TJOR 8AI.HP
NOME, BUOOV AND 1URHESS. !
WUl be told Kpuutely If ih-tlrod.
JUbKI'H BELL A CO , ,
JylO Arlington Btove Btore, 1425 Miln HI.
jgXECUTOli'S BALK.
Hie undersigned, Exocutorof the but will and
testament of N. C. Arthur, deceased, late tf the
city of Wheeling, Weit Virginia, hereby glrce no*
tlce that by virtue o! the provision! of aild will, i
he will, on ?
SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1877,
cowmenclnt at 10 o'clock i. m., at the frontdoor of
the Court Huum of Ohio county, lu the rlty of
Wheeling, Oder for aale at public auction tho following
described real eitate, to-wlt: Lot numbered
thirty-tiro (33) in Uraham'a addition to the said
city if wheeling, altuatn on the north side of Fifteenth
itrect, between Holl and Jacob itreeU, excepting
nbeut tlx feet o' the went aide of aaid lot
L'XteuiUntf hnrk mTentr-four (74) foet. which was
old by the tald Arthur. Ktld lot now fronts on
Pifleeuth itrrct bout flfty-four feet. and extendi
back to the alley. There 1* erected on tbl* lot a ]
large brick dwelling house, snpnllcd with modern j
convenience, and li a most desirable property.
Whenasaloisruado tlio conveyance will Include |
the widow'* dower right In tin- property. Terms
made known on day of nle. 1'enona desiring to
exuulne thepjopcrty will call on the undersigned.
Jy3 11. (1. BAKU, Executrr.
rjlHUSTEK'S SALE. ,
By virtue of a Deed of Trust mado By J. E. Hogan
and llellen K. Ho/an, hi* wife, to the underalgned
Trustee. dated March 21,1876, aud of record
among the hind record* of Marshall county, West
Virginia, la Deed of Tnut Book No. 2, page 101, I
wilt on
SATURDAY, the Slit day of July, 1677,
Beginning at 10o'clock a. *?., at the Iront door of <
the Court Houm of Marshall county. W. Va., sell 1
at public auction the follow lug deacribed real estate, 1
that la to tit:
Lots numbered Fifteen and Sixteen (Noa. IS and
16) in McClenti'a addition to the town of Mound*rillt,
Uaiiball countr, West Virginia, and boundedaa
foliowa,t>wlt: On the taut by Mechanic street,
on the weat by an all?;; on the north by J. W.
Probaaco'alot, and on the south bra lot aold by J.
P. Wayrnao, Slu riff and CouimUafoner, to Melvin
Jobet
The title Is believed to be perfect, but I will eonrey
only such Utlc ns is tea to 1 in uie by ?ald deed
of truat.
Tklms orSALX-Uce>th!rd,orinore,if the purchaser
so elect, c?h; the balance in two r<|ual installments
at tlx and twelve months, notes bearing
Interest to be gircn and accurcd to the satisfaction
of the Truitce.
JelO W. J. W. COWDEW, Trustee.
IJIRUSTEK'S SALE OF A
I/.I...LI. ( i.-ii n r
vwuudio marsnau uouniy rarm,
long knowa u the CLEMENS FA KM.
By virtue of a deed of iruit made by Clinics
Fisher nnil Marutrrt Kiihcr, liia wife, of Marshall
county, West Vlrglnln, to the undersigned Trustee.
(Iate<l the 6th dsy of April, 1875, and of record
among the land records of Marshall county, West 1
"Vlralnla. la lHed of Tiust Book No. 1, pngis<G7*8,
I will on
SATURDAY, tho 21nt day of July, 1877,
Beginning at 10 o'clock A. u. of mid day, at (lie <
Irout door of the Court House of Ohio county,
Wheeling, West Virginia, fell at public auction, to
the highest and beat Didder, the foilowlug described
real mute, that la to ray:
Two tracts or parcels of land, situated In tho
county of Marshall and State of West Virginia,
known aud designate! as lots number one and two,
on a aurtey thereof made by Michael Dowler, (Surveyor
of Marshal! county aforesaid, contained with*
In the following stakes and bounds, courses and distances,
that la to My:
UeKlnning lor lot number 1 (1) at a sycamore on
the wwt branch of Big Wheeling Cicek, on the
line of the tract of land heretofore sold by Ellen K.
Buchanan to Charles Seabrlght; thonce down tho
said crrok 189 jwlca to n box elder near the mouth
of Mull'arun; thenco up said run with the n.eanderlngs
thereof 8CJ polea to a sycamore und elm;
iuciicqozijilion poll's 10 n nii'Kor;; inence n
7iU", E2l <M0 poles to a bccch; thencoN 14>4?,
W 35 poles to a stuke: thenco N acjt E 40 |h>1c? to a
white oak; thencw N 70', E 28 poles tu an ironwood;
theuceN 80,E22iwlestoa whlteoak: thenre
N 58J4y, W 15 pules to a white oak: thence N 33^?,
W 12 poles to a whlto oak; thenco N 11)4", E 18
pole* to a white oak; thpneo N 46J4?. E 41 jwles to
a atone; thence 8 7tP, E34 poles to a stake; thenre
N 803, E 81 poles to a whlto walnut; theure N 70^, ;
E48 poles to a stone: thenre 8 7K', E 41 4-10 poles .
to a sugar tree: thence N fcl>?, E 41 poles to a stake;
thenco W 38JV, E u G-10 poles to the place of be- 1
ginning, containing 176 aura and 14 potts, uioro or
less. 1
And beginning for the said lot No 2 (two) at a
suttr tree on ltun; thence down said run 72}$
poles to the sycamore and elm on the course of the j
aid lot ho. 1, above deccritwd, on btull's run;
thonce down tho last mentioned run with tho meanderltigs
thereof 802 puUs to a linear tree; thenco
down Big Wheeling Creek 47 2-10 poles to a itako
, on the line of Jacob Keller's land; thenco N 803, W 1
58 poles to a while wslnut; thence N 84 poles to a
stone; thence 8 02?, W14 poll* to a stake; thence
8 ll?, W 87 poles to a stake; thenco 8ai>?**, W 27
pales to a stone; thenco X 19)/.?, W 47 poles to a
small black oak: thenco N (&}!", Vi 5G 2-10 poles to a
stoue. thenco 8 8?, W 56 4-10 poles to a stone;
thence N 86?, W 00 poles to a small double black
oik: thence 819U?, ?51% poles to a stake; thence <
8 57X?, W 32 poles to a stone: thence 8 41?, E 3
poles to a stone; thence 8 02?, b 52 poles to a poplar;
thence 8 56%?, E18 poles to a chestnut; thence
8 8?, W 30 role# to a stake; thence 8 41Vs?, W 81 1
poles to a chestnut oak stump; thence 8 07J. W 32
poles to the place of beginning, containing 177 acres
20 poles, more or Ics^ with all the buildings and
wtivuuiu uciuuKiug. **uur luu .
satue Unit conveyed to the wild Charles Fuller by
Hannibal Forbes, Irustee, by deed dated the Bin
day of April, 1879, and duly recorded among the
land records ol Marshall county, Wc?t Va. t
Terms ok S*lb-One-thlrd cash, anuthobalance
In two equal yeaily payments, Interat from
lat day o( Ociober, and secured to satisfaction ol
th# Trustee. LF.W1S BAILEY, Trust to. (
By II, Fours, his Attorney.
W. II. Hallkr, Auctioneer.
WHIBJIIO, June 11,1&77. Jel2
pOH 8ALB- 1
Eighty choice Building 1-ots on Wheeling Island.
Price from 1400 to ffiOO each. Only one-sixth of <
the purchaso money required in cash. The residue
may bo paid annually in mi equal Installments
with Interest.
Apply to JOUR X1. QILCHRI8T
ape At Top Mill.
WfliTK
Soap, for the iMundry or Toilt t, in ?Q UA L
to White Castllo Soap, for It is made of J'UJtB
VEGETABLE OILS, and by tho same i
proccss, which retains all the natural healing I
qualities of the oils. It costs SO MUCH
LESS than the imported article, that it is
rapidly coming into general household use. 1
Tha use of Coi.okui> Soap* It condemned by
rhyslclans as llahlo t? produce skin diseases.
The l'UIilTl' of the White Soap render*
iU u*e perfectly harmtett. Made only by '
PBOCTKR &. Qxunta, Cincinnati. .Sold by all 1
wholesale and retail groccrs.
fe20-M.teo\v
JgCY YOUIt I10U COLLARS AT i
WEST VA. STENCIL AND SEAL WORKS, ,
No. 1731 Market Street. 1
The only placc in the city where you can
ft the name stamped on the collars. jc20 t
g 4 J. N. CHABNOCK 0
Have removed their Blackitnith and
Horte-ihoeicS ?hop to No. 5Tweuty-iecond n
h?(*Mn Main init Wntur itrfuli
Wheeling, W.Viu jc20 g
"DEFINED 8UGAR8?GOO BARRELS C
11 Crushed, Powdered. GranulaUd, Ooffw and
Yellow, In itoro tod far mm at lowest market rates.
M. RKILLY, WD and 1811 Main tit
T7UKCY FLOUBS.-WO Bamli "BtlWreMlUa," d
J! Bt. Louli; 100 Bamla "god Malal." These a
art the hkhoat gradw of Floor-none batter In ti
"jSP* % BEUXirf1809And uflSIaloBt. ?
TO CLOSE.
I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
B00TS&SH0ES
JAT PRICES
BEYOND COMPETITION
IN ORDER TO REDUCE 6TOCK.
You can ?are money by calling at
1140 TS&A.T3ST ST
T. T. STONE.
ip~
0 A. WINOERTEB,
DENTIST.
Jlttc* toil Rfftdonon, No. 1097 Main fit, oppodi
Uulon, Wheeling, W. Va.
arNH.-oui Oxldt Oai and other Aueithetli
ulmlnliUrad. nyl6
FRANK, THE CLOTHIEI
48 TwiLrrn Staarr,
Buyi and aclli Tlckeli to all polnU Eait and Wca
AT BKDUCED BATB8.
VRound trip ticket* to Baltimore and retun
md Chicago and return, aUoon hand. oc6
STILL THEY GO
CLOSING OUT OUR ENURE STOCK OP
SUMMER GOODS
?Ait??
LINEN SUITS
,1 ffoSDEBFUL LOW PRICE*.
It li puzzling PTerjr ono tbat comrt to ten Tw
Humlrt.il Linen HulU at lea tliau the material cm
.hey are made of.
hlrcnnt lllork ITrrnanii mil (Irrniillnra at out
jslf the uiuil price.
Bummer Milks nt prim that will suit every oni
White I'. K'a for jaj*, 15, 20, 26c, worth doubl*
klegant Bargains In Towels and Toweling
Ureal reduction In While Spread*.
Prints, Muslins, Sheetings, Table I.lnens, Flan
ncli, Casiimcrcs nnd Jean*, all at a reduction.
SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
60 INFANT LONG BOBE8.
fiu INFANT LON? AND SHORT CLOAKS.
60 LADIES' WHITE SKI UTS, at Sptcial Ba
Wins- Ladies, l<e sure and glvo ua a call. We ai
determined to reduce our largo stock at priccs 1
mit cTerjr one.
X. BLUM & BRO.
HOI Muiii Street.
Jyu
fPKETII EXTRACTED WITHOU
1 PAIN.
During the el?ven years I have l#?n practldi
In Wheeling I have administered caa to over aevt
thousand persons with P winter Safktt, and I
almost every caao with entire aatirfactlon to my*
and patients.
We conjtnntly keep on hands cure Nitrous OxJi
Gna for those tliat desire to Uke'lL
DK. BUKOISON & SON.
no2S Ko. 1148 Market fat
gl'ECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
I ha to Jukt reccired a rery flno ataarttuent of
LACK COLLARS',
MBS, ROUCIIES,
NECK-TIES, and
TIE EN CI
Which will I* tfttriil at very low prices. Ala
Mother lot cf BLACK and WHITE CHIP HAT!
New Styles.
STRAW HATS na low na '25c cach. All arc ri
ipectfully lovlttd to call uud examine goods an
prices
ANNIE C. WAKERLEY,
JeS:< 1071 MAIN Stbkkt.
fflkifljdMtytmx
MONDAY. JULY 10,1877.
vn i>u v> inriiivn in>
For Cincinnati?Steamer Andes.
Jelly Tumblers?Cummin* & Woods.
Cameo Jewelry?Ox toby & Dullield.
Great Bargains?John Friedel.
Card Photographs.
Gems in Precious Stones?Turner i
Dillon.
Thermometer Kecord.?The folio*
ing shows the range of the thermometei
as observed at Schnepf's drug ston
Opera House corner: ,
SATURDAY.
J A. M. 12 *. 3 P. M. 8 r. I
73 fc8 t'J 79
lUXUAT.
iA.M. 12 M. 3 P.M. 7 P.*
71 'J1 ?J2 83
The Circuit Court has adjourned fo
the term.
Clerks whose vacations approach bsj
'Give us a rest."
July term of the Municipal Cour
jommences to-day.
The Countv Clerk issued four mai
riage licenses last week.
The Board of Education will meet oi
Thursday evening next.
The South "Wheeling Glass works wil
itart one furnace this week.
The Manchester base*ball club left fo
Columbus Saturday night.
The indications point to a health
police docket this morning.
Harrkun and Hart will be in thi
:ity the tirnt week in August.
"The barefoot boy with cheeks ol tan
is now getting briers in his feet.
The Hiin h&s commenced his courso t
recession from the tropic of Cancer.
Judoe Melvin will commcnco a epc
:ial term of the Brooke Circuit Court tc
|
On Saturday afternoon tho Alleghenie
defeated the Tecumsehs, by a score of
io 2.
The Ludlows, of Louisville, Ky.. wil
|)lay the Staudards the latter part of thi
?eek.
The rolling mill atMoundsyille cloaei
lown on Saturday last. It will be idle fo
i week or so. _
The Bellaire City Light Guards wil
ittend theSoldierarKeunion at Manetti
H njiiriuuiii
Ten deeds in fee and ten deeds of trua
rore admitted to record last week b
)ounty Clerk Woods.
Tub Brown Stockings, of Bridgeport
rere defeated by the Ohio*, of JJcllairc
n Saturday, by a score of 3 to 0.
The Belmont County Teacher's Associ
Hon will meet in Barnesvilie, August 1?
nd continue in session fivo days.
Tns children of the Baptist Sabbat!
fehool will hold a picnic at Neuhausen'
iarden on Thursday of this week.
A runaway mule created considerabl
{version on Market street yeaterda;
Iternoon. A dog that barked too nea:
be animal's ltcela received a kick wfcicl
tretched him oat llitfeas.
Tim Comm.?Cmcurr Couirr?Judgt
J/e/rin.?The followingbusiness wu trans* m
i acted in this Court on Saturday: C
In the case of Mary Marling vs. Elijah d
Marling, the motion for a new trial mado
by the plaintiff wu overruled. E
In the case of Mary A.Curren vs. Thoa. ii
Owens, the motion for a new trial by deb
fendant was overruled. 1<
I In the cwo of Louisa Seabright vs. C. fi
f W. Heabright and others, the defendants' s
demurrer was overruled after argument, c
and leave given to file answers within n
forty days.
Elijah Marling, jr., vs. Ellas Bowman, fa
I Decree perpetuating injunction, and di* "
reeling payment to plaintiff of funds in C
hsnd of Sheriff. t
1 n the matter of the habttu eorpue issued t
unon the application of David Davis, the
court discharged the writ and remanded i
the defendant to cuatody. The aame I
order won made in the case of F. Brink*
man. The subsequent application* of
- the tame parties for their discharge on
account of inability to gire bond vu re*
fused.
In the case of John Goshorn'sezecutor
vs. David Snodgrass ct al., crona biila
were tiled by Florence V. Delaplain and
Peter B. Delaplain, and demurrer to the
aame overruled.
A decree waa entered in the caae of
Mary A. Harry va. A. J.Harry's administrator.
appointing a new truatee in the
n place of A. J. Harry, deceased.
John L. Ifobbi qualified an admiiiis*
i iraior 0/ the estate of Mary JJobl*. deceased.
Bond $300.
In the case of the First National Bank
of Parkersburg vs. Moorehead A Dent,
the defendants were allowed to lilo their
bill of paymentu and sct-ofl'.
W. W. Billmiro vs. M. E. Billmire.
D' Decree for plaintiff for divorce upon the
- ground of abandonment.
An trnu ttimln fnr llin flllaml.
| ance of certain witnesses residintc in ?
Ohio,in the case of theStato vs. L. McCain
mick. (
In the cane of the Wheeling Female c
College vs. F. Walters, defendant liled his a
% demurrer to the plaintiff's hill.
) Jn the ewe of Tingle, Sheriff, vs. Julia i
McCune and others, the exceptions to the t
commissioner's report wero overruled, t
the report confirmed, and sale ordered of
the real estate in bill mentioned. >
In the case of L. Wagenecht vs. P. 1
Ilanstein. decree was entered for the defendant.
dismissing the plaintifl*'a bill. i
Elizabeth Scherer vb. Franklin Insur- ]
ance Co.; leave given the plaintiff to
-o amend declaration. i
" The rates of docket fees under the re- <
f. cent act of the Legislature wero prescribed
by order. i
Adjourned until the first day of the 1
next regulnr term.
Police Court?Judge Oranmcr. 1
Ilia Honor on Saturday morning din- (
posed of the following canoe: .
Mary Green (colored)was sent up for |
thirty dayn for drunkenness. ,
Patrick bailor waa sent to the atone
pile for thirty daya for drunkenness,
f* John Finnegan was charged with uaing
10 abusive language toward Catharine Don- (
ley. The case was dismissed at the coat ,
of the complainant,
9 The case against Catharine Donley,
charged with using abusive language to* '
ward John Finnegan, was diemisaed at
z, the coat of Catharine Donley.
Saturday afternoon the following cases '
were disposed of:
J5 Wm. flazlett and Jaraea Kearney were
10 lined $2 and coata each for disorderly con- .
U duct.
Ie lUchard Gardner was fined $10 and
coata for assaulting Harvey Fee. The
latter wn.? charged with diaorderly con
duct, but the case ngaiifet him was (lis- '
missed. !
A line of $1 was imposed on Isaac Bliss
for disorderly conduct. Execution was
Bunpended, however.
John Davis was sent up for thirty days
for vagrancy.
Matliew lteece paid a $5 fine for dumpB
ing unsound substances on the street.
John Green's case was continued until
' to-day.
d Personal Points.?Gov. Mathews on
Saturday returned from the White Sulphur
Spring*, and will remain in the
city for Home time to come.
5 Capt. Wm. List, of the steamer Hudson,
stops ofT this trip to join a fishing
party on the Potomac.
> Sister Mary Agnes, of Mt. deChantal,
_ has been lying very low with aickneua,
but was improving on Saturday, to the
great relief of her many friends.
" Mr. G. P. Schueble, who recently graduated
at the Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy, has returned to bin home in
this city.'
Attorney General White, of Maryland,
a nf tlm MoT .lira TToii??
Charlca J. M. Gwinn, D?q,, of Haiti&
more, a son-in-law of the late Reverdy
Johnson, iH at the McLure.
Dr. T. H. Logan, of Wheeling, was in
our city last week on business connected
r, with Marshall College. We were pleased
?, to renew our acquaintance with the Doctor,
whom we'esteem highly for his many
excellent qualities of head and heart.?
' Iluntington Commercial,
We heard yesterday that Mr. William
i. Leighton. jr., will have chargo of the
glafls works at Martin's Ferry when they
resume operations.
r Miss Maggie McKcc, the accomplished
daughter of the late Samuel McKee, of
r Pittsburgh, is visiting at the residence of
' Col. V. L. Cockayne, near Moundsville.
Mrs. Squire Mayes, of West Alexan.
der, Pa., is seriously ill.
Col. Jacob Hombrook and wife will
leave shortly for Wisconsin to spend
1# Meveral weeks.
Mrs. John E. Wilson and family are
spending the summer at Ashville, North
Carolina.
Kev. Mr. Pomeroy, of Hancock, ia expected
to locate at Moundsville in a short
i time.
Col. V. L. Cockayne, of Moundsville,
reports his wheat crop as being very
heavy this season.
Kev. J. T. Sullivan left for Washington
City last evening.
Consul General Dalian* lias bpen ro- .
* called from Jerusalem, and his return
will be quite a loss to the Hebrews of
8 that place, to whom he was a staunch
friend. Many a time, when the Jewish
population were imposed upon, he inter?
tered in their behalf, and many a persecuted
Israelite has found refuge under his
roof. Besides being Consul of the United
- States, Mr. Deliaas was a Christian minister,
not only in the theological sense of
the word, but a true minister to the afflicted;
his is a broad humanity when he
'* finds a suffering human being,and it is
gratifying to place on record in the Jewish
press grateful recognition of his nni?
versal philanthropy. May he always
0 have a worthy successor.?American Israelite.
II Kickxd by a Horse.?On Saturday
is morning Henry Beircker, while driving
one of Conrad Seibert's ice wagons, near
the corner of 11th and Chaplino streets,
1 was kicked by one of his horses. Two of
r his left ribs were broken, and he was
otherwise seriously injured. lie was <
, conveyed to Sdiairer & Seibert's meat ,
* store, on Market street, where Dr. Allen
1 attended him.
,t # Reckle88Shooti?o.?Yeaterday mornv
ing Louis Easmyer, while washing in the
rear of Fidele Major's boarding home, on j
Market Square, was accidentally shot in ]
the arm by a young man who was prac* }
' ticing with his pistol in the yard of the l
' Old Home hotel. A warrant was issued {
for the arrest of the person who did the
. shooting, and ho will be held to answer a
charge of discharging firearms in the city i
' - 8
TmrERARCiTiDBns.?Mr.'OuaJohn- c
, son, of St. Clairsville, and Captain John
Baggt, of Bridgeport, addressed a meetins
at Bellaire Saturday evening. 1
Mr. 'Qui Johnson, of St. Cfalmille, v
9 yesterday afternoon spoke in Hoiloway'a
f Hall, Bridgeport. He will speak this
r week in tmi city in the Zane Street, j
i Chapline Street and Fourth Street M, E. a
Churches.] e
ttHiMiiiiii
Pulpit Ponrn.?Bev. "W. E. WillUm3D,
of the Reformed Episcopal Church,
Ihlcago, preached in Weiael yestcray
morning aod evening,
Itev. Wilding, of the North Street M.
!. Church, preached in Fultoa lait evenfir.
L, H. Bugbee, Preaideot of the Alsgheny
College, was to sail for Europe
rom New York, on the 12th in?t, in the
teamship State of Indiana. He goea
hleflr for rest, and will be absent two
lontha.
Father Chriatie, formerly of the Pitta*
itugli Catholic, and well known as the
fighting chaplain of the Army 0f the
Cumberland," is now located io Colum*
iui, 0., in charge of a congregation in
hat dlocexe.
Iter. J. A. Jefferson occupied the pul*
lit of the North Street M. & Church
ast evening.
"The Origin and Importance of Class
Meeting" was the subject of R?v. Wiring's
sermon at the North Street M. EChurch
yesterday morning.
Kev. (teorge C. Vincent, D. D., pastor
)f the U. P. Church at Brookvilie, Pa.,
ind formorly Professor in Westminister
College, has accepted the Presidency ?'
franklin College, New Athens, 0. The
ion returns to Ins old Dome to lake core
)f his mother?Alma Muler.
Rev. Prickett's discourse at the Zane
street M. E. Church yesterdav morning
iu based on the subject, "A Willing People."
In the evening hi* subjecl ku
'The Faultless One."
Dr. George, at the Fourth Street M. E.
Church yesterday, discoursed upon the
ollowingsubjects: Morning?'"Christian
deal"; evening?"The Tyranny of
Wrong Doing."
"The Unchangeable Christ" wan llie
ubject of Rev. Snodgrass' sermon at the
3hapline Street M. K. Church yesterday
norning. Communion services were held
ifter the preaching.
At the Baptist Church yesterday, Rev.
Jlancy preached upon "Christian Conlord"
in the morning, and "The Cause
ind Its Champions" in the evening.
Revs. J. A. Brown and L. Ureer will
nstall Rev. J. 8. Pomeroy as pastor of
he Moundsvillc 1'rcsbyterian Church on
he 20th insU
The colored people of the city and
ricinity#held a "bush meeting" back of
Bridgeport yestorday. .
Five persons were admitted t0 full
Membership in the Thomson M. E. Church
resterday morning.
Rev. 8. B. Barnitz yesterday morning,
it the English Lutheran Church, preachid
upon "Reading the Word."
The sultry atmosphere doubtless kept
i great many people from church last
light.
Fair Play Not a Jewkl at Pittsmjhcw.?The
following pnragraph, whfch
ire clip from the Pittsburgh CommercialISazctte
of Saturday, is a lair sample of
he "squibs" which appear in the base
jail column of the press of the Smoky
2ity:
"The Tecumsehs laid out the Standards
it Wheeling again yesterday by the inligniiicant
score of 12 to 2. McNichols
:ouldn't get in his work, probably. The
recumseliH got sixteen baae hits, yet are
ireclited with only one earned run. Sin;ular!"
The mean spirit shown in such para;raphs
is certainly unworthy the prefl? of
lie important city of Pittsburgh. One
would imagine that the newspaper men
ip there were all stockholders ia the Alanlianv
PIllK Wo liam> tokon in
ho quarrel between the Standards and the
Mleghenies, for the simple reason that
t is not our funeral, nnd we consider
>ur duty as a journalist ended when we
;ive a fair and impartial report of such
fames as are of interest to our readers.
L'lio Intelligencer proposes to let the
>ase ball fraternity fight their own battles.
But we desire to express our surprise at
he conduct of the Pittsburgh presH. We
ire astonished at the editors of Pittsburgh
>apers permitting their reporters to make
uch use of their columns. After reading
uch articles do the people of Pittsburgh
lave a very high opinion of the fairness
md impartiality of their newspapers?
A word as to the Wheeling press.
Without exception, the newspapers of
his city have considered the base ball
ratermty as a fraternity, and not a* if
here were only one club, and that the
loine club. The Standardclub has been
reated with no more consideration than
iny other club. On the contrary^ it?
'laying ns well as its management
lave been at all times freely, we
nay say harshlr, criticised. Can the
atne be said of the Allegheny club and
he Pittsburgh press? This article is not
rritten in the interests of the Standard
:lub, butin the interests of justice and
air play. If there is a solitary newspa>er
in Pittsburgh free from prejudice we
rust that it will prove the fact by relublisbingour
remarks.
Reformed Episcopal Church Movekent.?Rev.
W. E. Williamson, of Chisago,
preached yesterday Morning and
tvening at Weisel Hall, to a very Rood
ludience on both occasions. The object
>f Mr. Williamson's visit, we understand,
s to learn the wish of the people con*rning
the establishment of a parish in
hiB city. His stay wil! be extended
hrough the present week, when he will
:all unon and confer with th? ritizenH.
Services will beheld in Wejsel Hall next
Sunday morning and evening, at which
ime au effort will bo made to ascertain
he atrength and enroll a membership.
Hr. Williamson expresses himself aa very
nuch encouraged thus far and consider
nattera aa looking favorable as in other
daces where the movement has assumed
nore definite ahape. In Chicago
ic reports eight Generate congregations
worshiping under the Reformed Church
>rganiration, in Philadelphia nearly as
nany, Baltimore haa two or three, while
n nearly every State the church is rep eaented
by healthy working parishes. In
Canada and England the movement is
naking equal if not greater progress.
Rev. Wiliiamaon is a very earnest
ipeaker, impressing all with his love^ for
he. work for the glory of Christ's Kinglorn.
It seems evident that an inducenent
of interest exists in the hearts of
nany Episcopalians, who would hail
?rith jov a favorable opportunity to act
nthe direction their convictions would
ead. The present is one for confession
ind action. We hope at an early date to
>e able to see the complete success of the
Movement.
Tkaxbker of Real Estate.?The folowing
transfer of real estate was adnitted
to record in the office of the Clerk
>f the County Court Saturday :
Deed made July 13,1877, by Jonathan
fCodgers, of Steuhenvillc.Ohio, to Michael
[Jroxt, of Wheeling, for lot No. 107 in Sec.
[I in Mt. Wood Cemetery; $35.
From the published affidavit* of Nancy
Dunn and Elizabeth. Dunn it would
ippear that there in really something in
he Sunday leader's assertion that the
Hcgi*tcr}? sensations originate in the Regback
office.
Island j>eople enjoy the ubiquitously
aiuiliar vision of a cottage by night, an
men door filled with lamp-shine, the
Uhouette of a piano protile with the
)rofile of a damozel juxtaposed, and a
roice aa ot one crying in the wilderness.
Mr G. 8. MoFaddkn, of Moundsville,
n erecting a tine building near the Court
louse in that place, to be used as a hotel.
Vhen completed it will be a? tine a
luilding of the kind ns there is in the
Hate.
The Board of Directors of the Balti.
aoro & Ohio railroad Compa ny have reolved
to reduce the wages 0f all emiloyes,
on and after the 10th inst., ten per
ent.
ihe cciuioni mm on oaiurdsr cioeed
la pay rolls for the year, and made the
unal annual ?ettlement with emplojei.
Tire popular verdict of the traveling
iublic is that the Colonnade Hotel, Phildelphia.
cannot be excelled by any othr
home in the Quaker aty. eod
MixonsRtt vs. Standard.? Another
Victory fob Our Boys.?The
home clob got in another old time batting
and fielding game on Saturday afternoon
and sained a splendid victory, defeating
the Manchester club, of Manchester, N.
II., one of the crack Alliance clubs.
Quite a change was made in the positions
of the Standards, Glasscock playing
his position at third, Barckley at second,
Mo flit at abort and Robinson
and Lukens playing left and centre field.
Hasan pitched very effectively for eight
innings, when he was relieved bv Venum
in the ninth inning, who succeeded in retiring
the Yankees in one, two, three
order. The playing ot the home club wbb
far superior to their playing in the three
preceding games, they making but five
errors, some ot which were excusable and
could hardly be called errors at all.
thjc oame.
Firtt Jumna?Lane out on fly to Woodhed;
Moffet hit to first and took a back
seat; Venum sent a daisy to centre and
tonl* Brat but vrtiM fore*#! nut at 9A hw
Glasscock's hit to short. Coggswell took
first on called balls and went to third on
Kellr'* bard hit to left. Daily sent a hot
one to short which Moffat failed to set.
Coggswell and Kelly scoring. Woodhed
went out on foul tip to Lane. Swigg hit
to centre bringingbome Dailey. Morgan
struck out. O'Kourko hit to "Wilkie"
and retired at iirst. Score, Manchester 3,
Standard 0.
Second Inning?Glasscock led off with
three bases over centre and came home
on an overthiow. Hagan and Barckler
out on fly balls to Moran and Woodhed.
Kohinson took first on called balls, but
was thrown out at 2d. Lanahan hit to
Moflit and died at first. Barnard sent a
hot liner to 3d, which Glasscock captured
in fine style. Cogmwell hit to 3d,
but got to first on a bad throw of Glass*
cock. Kelly sent one in the same direction
and went out at first. Score?Manchewier
3, Standard 1.
Third Inning.?Lukenn took second on
along hit to right. "Wilkie" out on fly
to centre. Lane out on fly to short.
Moflit 'sent a daisy cutter to centre and
took first, Lukens scoring. Venum out
on fly to right. Daily took first on called
balls. Woodhed sent a liner to left, but
was forced out al second by Snigg'a hit
to Barckley, who threw the ball to first
in time to make a double play. Moran
struck out. Manchester 3. Standard 2.
Fourth Inning.?Glasscock and Barckler
out on lly balls to first and third; Ha___
i.;? r?'T> i,n
gun nciu uui uu ijihh* urnu "ivuuinc
nnd Lanahan out at first on hits to BarckJoy
and Hagan. Barnard hit to first and
stole second. Cogswell went out on first
at stop of Barckley.
Fifth Inning?Itobinson hit to left and
took to second. Lukenn went to first in
error of Lanahan. "NVilkje" took first
on hit to short, Kobinson being forced out
at third. Lane hit hard, past second,
Lukenn and "Wilkie" scoring. Moffat
took first on an error. Venum sent a
daisy cutter to left, bringing homo two
more runs, but was doubled up by Glasscock's
hit to short. Kelly and Daily retired
at first by stops of Moffit. woodlied
hit past third and stole second, but
was thrown out at homo by a magnificent
throw by Lukens from centre field. Score
?Standard ('?, Manchester 3.
Sixth and Seventh Innings?Both clubs
were blanked in these two innings.
Eighth Inning?Venum struck out.
Glasscock hit to second and went out at
GrsU Hagan took first on error of Woodbed,
but waa forced out at second by
Barckley's hit to Bhort. Sniijg went out
at first by stop of Hagan. Moran hit for
one base,and took third on O'Rourke's two
baser to centre. Lanahan hit to second,
and was put out at first. Barnard hit
past second. Coggswell went out on fly to
Barckley, Moran and O'Kourke running.
Standard 0, Manchester 5.
Hinth Inning?Barckley out on foul to
catcher. Kobinson hit to centre for two
bases. Lukens went out on fly to Coggswell.
Wilkinson hit to 2d, but Daily
threw a high ball to 1st, Coggswell stepping
in Wilkinson's way to get it, which
- ??i? wr-.it
rcauinu m u ?>u>iiaiuii, nliKillHUil,
however, recovered himself in time
to reach second before the bail
could be fielded, Kobinson scoring. The
visitors were inclined to kick on the Umpire'*
decision in not calling Wilkie out
at 1st, but upon being shown the rules on
which the decision whs based, they again
took their positions in the field. Lane
ended the inning by popping one up to
Coggswell, Kelly hit a high foul which
Venum succeeded in capturing after a
long run. Dailey out on foul tip. Woodhed
sent a bounder to Wilkie and ended
the game in favor of the Standards by 7
to 5. The Bcore:
STANDARD.
I. O. A. I* O. 0. II. K.
Lane, c io a .0 I
Motft, - ~.?l 2 a o 2 1
VeDUin, r ...o 4 0 u .1 U
GbuKoclr, i an 2 l l
1 lagan, p 0 3 II 3 0 0
Batckloy, 2 ? 0 4 ? 2 0 1
Boblnson, 1 .. 8 0 u 2 1
I.ukena, ut 2 1 o 10
Wilkinson, 1 .1 2 0 17 0 0
Total .. 7 27 111 27 'J 5
MAKCUKSrrfa.
ft. O. A. P. 0 D. II. K.
Coggswell,. I............... 1 3 0 lu 0 0
Kelly, c 3 0 4 2 1
Dailey, 2 ?...l 2 2 3 14
Woadhcd, 3 0 Si 4 2 0
Snlgg, ' 3 0 i io
Moran, 1 3 0 i 0 0
O'Bourke, m .... .1 2 0 l 2 2
Lanahan, a jl 4 4 i o 1
BamarJ, p 0 2 0 2 1 0
Total....... 6 "27 'J 8
Strikes mile 1 off Hagan 18, off Venum 3; off UarnarJ
10, off sulm y. Balls called oa Higtn 21, on
Venutn 2: on Barnard 12, on Snlgg It. Base* on
called balls, Moflit, Cogswell ana Dailey. Flics
caught, Manchester II. standard ?. Two lose hlta,
Lukens, Bobioaon, Dailey and O'Bourke. Three
bate hits, Ulaascock.
Time of (tame, two hours.
Umpire, Mr. ltobcrt McNlctaol.
NOTES.
The Standards will play the Buckcyes
at Columbus on Friday and Saturday.
Jack Gallagher has been engaged to
play left Held for the Manchester*, and
left with them for ColumbtiB Saturday
night.
A subscription paper in being circulated
among the merchants and property
owners on Market street, between 12th
and 14th. for the purpose of raising
money to have tho street grade lowered.
It is reported that a Pittsburgh company
intend purchanin^ tho Ohio City
mill, and running it to its fullest capacity.
Good Cubing places aro plentiful, but
tho fish are scarce. The nest way to
catch fish is with a Hilver bait?at the
full markets.
A am all child of Martin Clark, of the
First Ward, haa been lying very low for
Bcveral days with tho cholera infantum.
Dr. Ulrich'is attending it.
Thk cry of "road dog" was raised on
an inoffensive Btray cur on the Island
Saturday evening, and in three minutes
the pavement waa clenr.
U'ltiro nn.ml!lin ?... -t il. - Tt ft A
wu|?>??6 vain at 111 c it. u. \j,
depot, Saturday afternoon, Henry Rosa, a
fireman, got one of h?s linger a crushed between
the bumpers.
Finoeb Broken.?John Ranft, a street
car driver, while trying to check a frisky
horse yesterday, had one of his fingers
broken. _
Warm.?Yesterday was a warm day,
the warmest since May 20tU, The mercury
yesterday went up aa high as 93?
above zero.
a reautiful complexion depends upon
the purity of the blood. To keep the
blood pure and healthy use Dr. Bull's
Blood Mixture. d&w
All Babies are diminutive Cauars,
they come, they see. they conquer, some*
timet by their gentle stillness but often*
?r by continued and uproarous crying in*
duced br Colic, Teething, Flatulence, etc.
? v i?*bT sJraP bJ wntle y?1
apedfic influence quiets the Uttle ones
without ever producing the least injuriTrice
only & cents per bottle.
Call at Hulchln'i Muiio and Art
Store ud m the beautiful iteel engrnr*
Ingot Antony ud Cleopatra.
Jon* Roncn ucloitng oat >11 ol hla
Bummer Dre?a Qoodi, will Piper ud
Carpete, at almoit four own pricee for
caah. Call won If you want to me
money.
La Galerede Cleopatre at Hutchlni'.
Fxtbaordwaby iUnoAixa in 0*.
oaira:?
$286 Smith American Organ. 0 Oct.. for
1176.
$200 Packard Organ, 6 oot., for $W.
$200 Maiion & Hamlin Organ, for $156.
$285 Ma."on A Hamlin Organ,' for $160.
$22S;Wood Organ, tot $125.
$260 EatejOrgan, for $126.
OneGoclate, Smith American Organ,
for $76.
One 5 octave Organ, for$C0.
A pa mm & Lucas,'
1227 Market ntreet.
La Galere tie Cleopatre at Hutching'.r\n
r> A ir.min??n
iJtU X*? r AB^UUAH a iUB.flUMkmu
Crackxks, for the relief and cure of
every form of dyspepsia, or other functional
disease of the stomach and bow*
els, as well as all sympathetic affections
arising therefrom. There is no taste or
smell of medicine about them?nothing
to indicate to persons using them that
they are taking medicine. Their principles
are so combined as to affect the system
by insensible action, which gives a
quick, healthy and complete digestion,
cures the disease by removing the cause.
For sale by druggists and grocers generally.
La Galere de Cleopatre at llulchins'.
Attention Dyspeptics.?
Washington C.H.,0., May 4, 1877.
Dr.E. A. Fanjuhar?Dear Hir: I am
fully satisfied that your Medicated Crackers
are indispennible in dispepnia, and in
all forms of indigestion, as I have been
atllicted with dyspepsia more or less for
the last thirty years, and very sorely for
the last two years. I was induced to try
a box of your Medicated Crackers, and
am much' pleased with their efl'ect. I
have prescribed them to several of my
fiatients, and they invariably give satisaction.
You are at liberty to use this
in any way it may to you seem best.
Yours truly,
H. C. (joffman, M. i>.
The linesL shoes kept in the citv at
L. V. Blond n.
Break down in Prices.?Dress Goods
3 cents, Black Kid Gloves 35 cent* and
Carpets as cheap as 15 cents. They have
to be sold to raise money now.
J. W. Ferrel.
If you wnnt to get suited in a pair of
shoes go to L. V. Blond's.
Break down in prices of Dry Goods
and Carpets. Now in your time. Call
and price. Got to sell.
J. W. Ferrel.
Jcrt received. alotof Children's Shoes
of the latest styles, at l. V. Blond's.
Carpets! Carpfcts! Carpets! It is a
well settled fact that the cheapest Carpets
and Dry Goods in the city are found
at J. W. Ferrel's,
turner main anu -uin 01.
Gents' fine shoes of the latest styles
just received at L. V. Blond's.
Goon Black Kid Gloves for 35 cts., at
J. W. Ferrkl'b.
The cheapest shoes in the city at
L. V. Blond's.
All nervous, exhausting, and painful
diseases speedily yield to the curative
inlluences of Pu 1 verm ache r's Electric
Belts and Bands. They are safe, simple,
and effective, and can he easily applied
by the patient himself. Book, with full
particulars, mailed free. Aduress Polvermacker
Galvanic Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Ask Yourself these Questions.?
Are you a despondent sufferer from
Sick Headache Habitual CoBtiveness, Palpitation
of the Heart? Have you Dizziness
of the Head? Is your Nervous System
depressed ? Does your Blood circulate
badly? Have you a Conch? Low
Spirits? Coming up of the food after
eating ? Sic., &c., All of these and much
more are the direct results of Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint and Indigestion.
Green's August Flower is ? ,v acknowledged
by all Druggists to be a
positive cure. 2,400,000 bottles were
given away in the U. 8. through Drnggists
to the people as a trial. Two doses
will satisfy any person of its wonderful
minlwv in ?...l ?11 t t?.i:
K j i?uiKration.
Sample bottles 10 cents. Regular
size 75 centfl. Sold positively by all first
class Druggists in U. S. cod
Hirer Ncwn.
The Courier was the regular Parkersburg
packet^ Saturday morning.
The Granite State passed down at 10$
a. m. yesterday.
The Hudson left for Cincinnati at 4
p. M., with a moderate trip, including 800
kegs of nails.
The Nellie Walton, Tom Dodsworth
and Boaz passed up on Saturday with
emnty tows.
The Salt Valley passed up Saturday
night.
The Science is this morning's Parkersburg
boat.
The Andes is due from Cincinnati today.
The Ed. llobbs and barges left for St.
Louis on Saturday evening with a tow of
nails.
The C. W. Hornbrook was taken ofl' the
docks Saturday.
The Louisa is chartered for six weeks'
uhc by the United States engineers in snrveving
on the upper rapids. ^
The 1,000 ton steamer Kate Kinnev
ascended the Yellowstone, 82 miles to the
mouth of Tongue Kiver, carrying her
own load and that of the It. W. Dugan.
Many boat people thought nho would
never make it.
Capt. Thomas 8. Calhoon, of the St.
Louis and Now Orleans steamer Qlencoe,
but who has been at his home in Georgetown,
Pa., for a couple of months past, in
delecate health, was in the city yesterday.
He expects to take command of the
new boat Captain Stockdule has now under
contract for tho Cincinnati trade.?
Com. Gazette,
IBj Tclcgrapb.l
Memphis, July 15.?River fell 8 inches.
Departed?Charles Morgan, Hello Memphis
and St. Genevieve.
CAIRO, July 15.?River 23 feet and falling.
Arrived ?Golden City, Parker,
Lioness, Grand Tower, Warner. Arkansas
Belle and Barnard. Departed?Parker,
Bigloy, Grand Tower, Lioness, Golden
City, Arkansas Belle and Barnard.
VicKflBORu, July 14.?No boats up or
down. River fell 7 inches. Cloudy and
threatening.
Louisville, July 11,-Warm and clear.
Departed?Golden Rule, New Orleans;
Miller Rhodes. Cincinnati.
t..I- 1r.u;?
?. tailing.
Weather clear and warm.
St. Louis, July 12.?Arrived?War
Eagle and Clinton, Keokuk; Yellowstone,
Portland. River fallen 8 inches. Weather
clear and very warm.
evan8villb.j uly 12.?Weather chiefly
clear to-day; cloudy to-night with aigna
of rain; mercury 72 to 92?; wind southeast.
River 11.2 feet and falling. Bus!ness
light.
QHAS. E. DWIGHT,
PRACTICAL CHEMIST,
(i prepared to mike careful and complete analyses
of Iron Orea, limestones, Mineral Waters, etc.
Laboratory ear. 24th and ChapUno streets
MM WhaoHny. W. Va.
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JUST RECEIVED?
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2 Tierces Bee Hire Hhoulder*,
2 Boxes Bee llito Breakfast Baoon,
2 Tierces Hugar Cured Beef,
5 Caw* Pressed Corned Beef,
2 Qutes Cooked Tongue,
1 Qua Cooked Ilatn,
1 Case Bleb's Bplced Salmon, 1
1 Case Cincinnati 8. C. Tongue,
10 Boxes Burlington Herring,
1 Case Uunra Jelley.
Will be retailed cheap by
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I JyVRGEST 8TOCK IN THE CITY AT j
Jos. Speidel & Co's,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
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Agents for GUIDING STAR and PIKENIX,
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One lb. Ex. Young Hyson Tea for 40c.
Ono lb. cood Gunpowder Tea for 60c. .
One lb. best Gunpowder Tea lor -..90c. I
One lb. beat Japan Tea for ..80c.
Ono lb. good Janan Ten for GOc.
One lb. best Oolong Tea for BCc. | B
One lb. good Oolong Tea for. 80c. Twenty
lba Rice for.;. ? ?..f 1 00 "|
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And all klnda of Groccrlea at the lowcat market
pricea, at
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mrSl j
BOOTS AND SHOES.
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Manufacturers and Jobbers of tj
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n a- ? ^
doots ana onoes,
T
No. 1301 Main St., Wheeling, W.Vi. I
c!
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1406 MAIN A 1*W 80UTC BT3., I
Kwps tho largrit slock of IRON and IIEAVY l<
HAKDWAUK In tbo Stale. Hla atock (f h
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WoodWork, Springs, Axles, Varnlihes, 1
Pilots, 4c,, k
la not exotllcd by any establishment within a bun- tl
died miles of Wheeling;
Carrlaae anil Wagon Manufacturcra will And It
to tlnlr Tntereat ii giro him a call. li
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iur,
1 Rose Flour,
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, anil ?1U b< sold on SIIOET MAHGINa
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Y, President.
JAB. WEIR MA80N, Actuary.
IIENRY AUOTIE, Secretary.
Company, eilllled lo ill Iti idvintigu
or, and of I larger ptroentago than in)
n IU settlements of hues.
[ Jit, General Ajcont.
'II ST., WHEELIHG, W. VA.
i State; alno City Solicitor*. n|>27
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
jQKNTI8TBY,
We advise ?ll those wanting Dentistry done to
nil on DR. GABM1RE, where they can have t?th
pxtracted without the allgheit pain ami now t?*tb
nut In not to be known from the natural treth.
bin be worn with comfort and eaae. All caw*
warranted. Office?Nn ?
. _ ? - "i.nii.ii biiici, rwnr
of Market jt-16
ROBERT WHITE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WHEELING* W. VA.
Or kick? Attorney Gcneral'i Offiap, Capitol.
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JOHN J. JACOB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllee in People's Bank Building, corner
of Main and Twelfth Htreeta. apfi
J DALLAS EWINO,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 64 Twelfth St.,
de6 WHEELING, W.VA.
^ J. W. COWDEN,
Attorney tit Ln w.
Office?No. 1222 OurLISK St.,
WHEELINO, W. VA.
Prompt Attention to *U bodntH entrusted to my
nn?. fe7
II. COCHRAN,
Attorney at Law,
1990 fhr?BTT*? O-n?
fel WHEELING, W. VA.
0 C. OLMSTED, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSIOIAN,
Offic*?No. 60 Fotkkkutu Br.
WHEELIKO, W. VA.
Office Honrt-g to 10 A. M. 1 to 8 r.lf. dt-3
ILLIAM PHILIPS,
lustloo of the Peioe & Real Estate Agent,
No, 60 thiura St., Whxxukh.
Collections of all kinds made and jiromJi
promptly remitted. ]a3_
n. HEABNB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
)fllce with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
Street. Office up stairs.
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QANIEL LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
To. 1318 Market Street, (over City Bank,)
<e4 Wheeling, W. Va.
J1 J. HUGUB,
Attorney at Law.
)ffict 71 Twelfth Street, Wheeling, H', l'?.
Practices in the Courts of Ohio, Marshall
n/l as. In* ? W ?
j.v uwumwm, tt. tb. noviv
QANIEL PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
140-1 Cbnplise Street, Wheeling, W. Vtu
29
j^lNCH & THOMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1205 ClUMJNK BTKXKT.
Ilonra No. 1 Oild Fellowi' Building?up mln.
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pOCAriTALISTS
lr Partita or Snail Heiu Deilroui of
Engaging In Gripe Growing,
Cool Mlnlngor Market
Gardening.
account of advanced mo I im dMirou* ol
hanging my residence, and therefore offer for ale
?jr farm sllantod onnonto the rfi* of Whm.itt-ir- on
Jo river bank, midway between Bridgeport and
lartlu'q Ferry, and Immediately adjoining tho rilige
of ^EtnaviUe. The property conalita of CO
on of bill and table land and 1A ol rim bottom,
a the hill there aro two aeauia of coal, and 'A%
set thick, three deposits of limestone, au 8 (uot
eln of cloee texture sand or freo atone, an 18 foot
eln of marl, which altogether make a soil and an
nderlying bed of dopoaits of t rich and valuable
oaracter.
On the Burlaw, the larger portion of which Ilea
enUy aloping to the eaat, and all under direct exoaure
to the nun, la a Vineyard of 3C acrea, uioetly
lata* ha grape*, all In flue bearing condition, about
STen years old, which bu proven ltaelf able to pay
handaomo percent to the cultivator.
The property is being approached a bo re and l?>w
by an advancing Udo of persona seeking small
omeetcads, and la now really the only unoccupied
srritory between Bridgeport and Martlu's Ferry,
t la Talual!e aa an Investment for capital set-kit* a
ife purchase, and valuable to those who want marel
gardening ground dose to tbo dty. It froiita
rautlfutly upon the river and commands a view of
ue dty, the Island and the whole scenery of the
alley.
The termi of nle will be one-third caah, batanc?
?two annual payment* 8 per cent interest on d<irrtd
payments. For further particular! Inqulrs
f BICHAHD CRAWFORD
On the premlaea, or by mall at Bridgeport, Ohio.
>P?
[ D. PBAGEB,
PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
)f Churches, Hulls, Stores and Dwelling!
n Fresco and Plnin Paper Hanging.
VT. io mil. o. twi *i* " ?
Ill pi,t WUaCJjMIU, ". , ?
rajH
CENTS. (j(J CENTS'.
Will get ONE DOZEN nice
Dard Photograph*.
Beenrapleiit BROWN'S GALLERY,
?p!3 Below McLure Iloun-'
F O B A C C O 8.-I HAVE ON IIAnT)
t. loll line ol Tobectta from lit Mini
ilietoriw In Ibe rountrjr. tddudlnl LonlUni t,
IdmtBm., l!ol),nok'R MODltaHirj, Hmj C.
lolbrook'i Kitj Homer Htiiioo, J. a
Ucbmoil: J. B-Wm. DurlU.. V..i B. F. OriMr
udloflien. Ian iaralih ill njln m?l? T
beae tfterU* it lowtit market price. , , _
J- II, SKILLY, DOT ?& WI Main ?

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