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FOR RENT.
jjtoa benttwo
of tboac atnall fancy Stor# Rooma,
with good Dwellings attached, on Eleventh
atreei.
roiseanion to be bad immediately.
Jy7 1. IRWIN, lgMt_
JJWKLL1NG HOUHK FOB BENT.
No. 81 Houth Front street, Island?pleasantly
situated and desirable. Alio, one Koora in aecond
story of Mo. 84 Twelfth street, aultable for an office
or sleeping room. Foasetsion given Immediately.
Koqulre of DR. K. A. IIILDBETH,
pll Wo. 1207 Chapline Bt
pOR IlENT?HO USE?
Oentatnlng eight rooms and Hath lloom, on
Jacob itreet, between 18th and 14th, west aide.
Om and water. Will be rented low to responsible
iuhui. nuijuirc gi
JL?K1'U L. WILDK,
Mag ttoohsaller and Btatlnngr, 1066 Main Bt
FOR SALE.
fJ^EOST fc?ALE" OF
The Wreck of the Steamer J. N. Camden,
My tlrtn* of a Poc?l of Trtut dated April 3,1875,
ana recorded In Vol. 1, pagoi VMand 2M of (h?<
Kocurda of.lite burfejor of Cuitoiui of lie 1'ort of
*aikersbu?,(uow .drpotltod in tbo offlre of the
SuiTejor of Cuatoioa at Wheeling, W. Va.,) ripcuied
to the utideraluuwl oa TiuMw*, by John J.
Pariah, niaater. on behalf of himself and all tbo
other owners of said ituamer, to aecurc the l'arkera<
hurg Mill Co. the Mymentnl a nolo of ?tU4 42,
with inltroitfroui a pi lis, JA75, Ulng fcr material
furnhhed lu tbo couiiructlon of aatd ateaiu? n I
will on the
FIRST DAY OF AUGUST. 1877.
At the front door of tho Court Hotiso of Wood
county, ia tho city of Parkersburg, West Virginia,
l>rocc<y to till tho wrtck of said steamor J. N.
Cnmdtn, consisting of Iter hull, engines, boilers,
a|>jwrel and furniture, no vr lying in the Oblo rim,
Mir the Ohio shore, h shoit dUttnco above Fish
Creek Inland, whern the unit may be txuuilned.
Helling aa Trustee, I ihall only convoy to the
purchwir such title as may be invested in mo by
ibe deed of truit.
Tkr*!joj?Hai.k?Cash in hnnd on the day of idle.
Given under my hand thin 10th day of July,
1877. BAKHA. POWELL,Trustee.
Notk?All rcrsona holding clalui5 tbat are mnrntlno
liens igainat nld steamer will trienso present
them 10 the undersigned for examination, on 0:
before tho Lt day of August, 1877.
Jyis BARN a. POWELL, Truilee.
ika.Tho nl>oro rale Is postponed until Monday,
Auounx fllh, 1877. BARNA, POWELL,
angt Truatce.
^AL15 OF BANK STOCK.
In pursuance of an ordtr marto l>y tho Board ol
the School Fund, and In compliance with tho revisions
of tfrtlon 7.1, Chapter lv3, of tbe Acta le?.'a,
tho foJl iwlDK ilnuk St .cm ure ottered or sale by
tho Hand of the ficbool Fund 0: West Virginia,
to-wlt:
COO shares, of ISO each, In the First National
Bjnk of Fairmont;
15o shares, of SK)0 each, In the National Bank ol
West Virginia, nt'Wbeellna i
250 abates, ol 8J00 each, lu the Paikmbu'g Na
tloml Rank.
healed bids will lw rccclvcd by 1110 at the Auditor's
office. In Wbeellmt. until iiwi i;v??t DAY OP
AUOU&r, 1877. for mtldmoctr, or *o many ahiiej
thereof rs each bidder may bo willing to paretic.
The til idor must ?t.i!c In lila bid, what stock ami
the tinmbor 01 m-nris Ih'iuMpm to purchase, nud
the vrlce. In coali, he Hill jmy for each ahar*.
The right l? r?j6ntd to refect any nr all bids.
Jlc&Fil tt. MIL1.KU,
j?27 Scc'y Buud of School Fund.
ADM IN ISTIIATOH'S SALE OF
Valuabls Docks and Fixtures.
The undertlgned, administrator of tbu estate of
Jacob Drcsael, deceased, will offer ut public sale,
to the highest and beat bidder, at the west end of
the Hiupenalon Bridge, on Wheeling liland,
ON SATUKDAY, AUGUST 18,1877,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described
personal property, that U to say: 5 rectloiu
of docks with 1 auaniy-iiojt.aml tools and fixture
for working the same.
Tkrmmoit Hals?One-half caih; laUnco In three
and el: mouths, with bond and approved security,
THOMAS l'BIMCE.
Administrator.
Auctionocr--J. C. Haivey. jy'-v-1
rjlRUSTEE'S SALE.
By virtue of n Deed of Trust made by Kdmuml
Hocking to (he uudersigued Trustee, dated the'2"lh
day of Dertuibcr, A. D. 187(1, and of record in the
Clerk's olliru of the County Court of Ohio county
In lHid of Trust Book No. 11, pngu 141,1 will, ou
MONDAY, the 131b ilavof Auoust 1RT7.
Commencing at 10 o'clock A. M., nt tho Drug Store
of the said td tumid iJockltig, on thocororr of 12th
and Clmpil* streets, in the city of Wheeling, fell
nt public nlkti'in to the hi^hcut and best bidder
the follow!?; describe-) property: All the caaiugs,
furniture, wstls, medlriuca nnd property contained
in the i'rug btureof the raid hdmund Hocking,
etnrraclflf, avioog other thiu*a, G ahow aces and
contents, 1 COO bottlcn jam and canannd their contents,
1 package and a*eof patent medicines,1 iron
safe, 1 book iiuA and ib sk, 1 library containing two
hundred volume* of pharinicuitir.il, chemical at d
acleutitle books. 1 preacilptlon cano together with
Hi bottler nod contents, 1 soda fountain, 1 microscope.
4 pair* of teal*a, nnd all kinds of medicine*,
druga ntid llifuors that appertain to a first-class
l)ru; Store.
At tho same time, but ut the dwelling house ol
the said Bockltig, aitualcd t>u l'tli street, between
Kofi'and lljrou stroets, the undendgnt-d will aell,
by virtue of the auld deed, all Ihe household and
kitchen furniture of tho said Hocking, coaaUt ng
of l-eds, ledflUads, carpets, divans, chairs, atando.
book cas-a, stoves, glaa?ware, looking glasies, aid
nnd almost everything that is usually c intalned in
n veil furnished dwelling house. At the Mine
time I will also aell several plices of Jewelry ware.
For a more particular description of the property
to lie aold, reference I* made to tho a:dd deed of
trust, or partio> dcslriug to purchase may obtain
full information from tho Trustee.
Terms of payment made known cr? the dav of
ale. w. D. JOHNSON,
It" Trusbf.
JjlOIt SAJLE?
Eighty choice Building IxjIs on Wheeling Island.
Price from 1400 to 8600 each. Only one-sixth of
the purchase money required in caali. The residue
iu.iv i* i*iii annually in yivu ctjuuj insuuimenu
with Interest.
Apply to JOHil P. GILCHRIST
np'j At Top Mill.
PRINTING,
HUCII AH
Cards,
Bili Heads,
Circulars,
Posters,
Receipts,
Or, in (net, every Variety and Style of
JOB WOEK,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, nt the
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE.
Now Typo,
Now 1'refiMCUi
AN1> THB
BEST STOCK IN THE MARKET
25 and 27 Tourteonth SI.
.IACOB SNYDER
HOS MAIM A 1401 SOUTH STi,
Kcflu thp lnnffnt Blcck o( IKON st?l I'-1-AV V
llABMYAIlli lu tlio Hlste. Hit stock o(
Wood Work, Springs, AxIbj, Varnishes,
Paints, &o?
la not rscflKxl l?y Miy ctlabllshaicnt wltUIn R IrJUilrinl
mH?* of Wheeling;
Carriage unci Wo^on "Manufacturers will find It
to their lnterwt t > Rite him a call.
Alto on hsn.l, I/iXP PLASTER of a lupcrlot
uallty. myfl
gg CENTS. Q() CENTS.
WU1 get ONB.DOZEN full tile
Card. Photoarophs.
Best style and finish. No shoddy work
made at the above prices. Remember this
is the only (iftllery where good work is
made at these prices.
BROWS GALLERY,
y24 Market St. below McLuro House.
JITST RECEIVED?
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS,
CANVASP, BRUSHES, TDBFJ,
MILL BOARD, BRISTOL BOARD,
At IlcLUSS HO USX ART STORE.
JyW E. L. NI COLL.
ON A STRIKE!
$10,000 WORTH OF
BOOTS&SHOES
ARK BEING SLAUGHTERED.'
AHJgood cltlaenM are requested toeallfat
oncc md lend their aid.
if. X. STONE,
1140 MAIN ST.
HORNHItOOK'S BLOCK.
JSl
Q K. WIBGKRTlsn,
DENTIST.
Olhw uml KnldADcc. No. 1C57 MAlnBt., opjiotlU
Union. WhrdluK, W. V*
?r?||.<ous Oxldfc Obi an t other Aiueathttla
admin Stared. mjl6
FRANK, THE CLOTHIER,
40 Tirvtrra Braver,
liuyi aud Belli l'ltkeU to all potaU Eaitnud Wart,
AT IlEHUCEO 11ATEH.
WRouud trip tickets to Baltimore tbd return,
and Chicago andrtturn, aboon tuuuL ocfl
.QTIII THFYQni
V I IkiH I Ilk Wi
CLOSING our O'JB ENTIRE STOCK OK
SUMMERGOODS
?A5DLINEN
SUITS
AT 1 VOSDF.nFVL LO)V PRICK*.
It 1.1 putcliog every one thnt comes to ?v Two
, Ilunilml Linen Hulls at lcaa than the material oust
they are uiade of.
kfrcaut Illai k Hemanis ami Grenadines nt onohn)(
ihe mu l prlco.
Hunuuer Bilks at prlcca that will null everyone.
White I'. K'b for 12J?, 15, I'O, i!Se, worth douUe.
klc/uiit ItorRaius In Towels andTuwellEfl
Ureal roductionin White Spreads.
I'rlnts, Muslins, Sheetings. Table Linens, Flannel?,
Cawlmerea and Jeans, all at n reduction.
SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
60 INFANT LONO BOBES.
50 INFANT LONO AND BHOBT CLOAK 1
N) LADIES' WHITE HKIUTH, at Hrwial tarpalu.i
Ladies, 1>? sure and plve us a mil. We an?
determined to rcducc our lurjju stock at prlcts to
aultcfcry one.
I. 13 LI J M. ^ BRO.,
1101 Main Sired.
Jy[i
rpEETH KXTKACTED WITHOUT
J- FAIN.
Purina the clofen ytura I hive t*en practicing
In wheel!ok I have administered ni to out beveti
thousand persona with PKJtFKrr Bakkty, nod in
nhnuet every caw with entirecatiafactlon to inraelf
and patienta.
Wo constantly keep on hand* pure Nltroui Oxide
Oas fur those that desire to take it.
DB. 8UBOIBON * BON,
no28 No. 1143 Market Bt.
MhSniMtgmm
ruioav. august a, im.
Rcw AtiicriiieiucnlN.
Loflt? Iron Screw Punch.
$5 00 Keward?Cnmeo King Lost.
For Cincinnati?Steamer Hudson.
Martinsburg Capital Mas* Meeting.
"Eye-Openers"?Oxtoby & Duffield.
Thermometer Record.?The following
shows the range of tho thermometer,
na observed at SchnepPg drug store,
(Opera House comer,yesterday:
8 A' M. 12 M. U P. M. 7 r M,
b2 83 (0 S5
We can eat orstera in Orgust.
Now the mercury is getting its b.ick up
again.
Everybody in struck with the quiet
that reigns.
Tjiere wan no interruption of freight
trains yesterday.
Tun special police were yesterday paid
oil'and discharged.
Tiie new bonnet is one part straw and
two parts embroidery.
bueine&s is dull at the .hotel*), or in
other words the inns are out.
The La Belle mill lost night shut down
for the usual summer vacation.
> ? ?
(Juikt now reigns at the Court House.
Sam. McCollocU has gone fishing.
Theue are now 250,000 pounds of wool
in Mr. Henry K. List's warehouse.
The freight trains are moving, and we
will hnve peaches and watermelons.
The Mathews Light Guards were last
evening dismiaeed from active service.
The Barnesville District M. E. Confcronco
meets at Flushing on nexlTueadav.
TubhcIiooI census of the First I>i?trict
will probably be completed this
evening.
The Finance Committee of the Hoard
of Commissioners met at the Court House
ln.it evening.
Outside pockets have disappeared
from fashionable costume**, whereat the
pickpocket mourneth.
The third re-union of the DSth 0. V. I.
is to be held at Uhrichsville, Ohio, Titura*
day, September 'JO, 1877.
Theiuc was au influx oftiomps last
night. Had they heard that our special
police force was discharged?
The Directors of the Bellairo & Sooth*
western railroad have decided to suspend
all work for the present on their road.
m apn t u hoi lasi nigui; iiig toes
wore sticking out the windows all over
town. They were not musky-toes, either.
Wiikn we ?ee the country darlcey in
the army overcoat, then, and not till then,
shall the epitapLon summer be written.
In the cxcitemcnt of the moment, we
ore apt to forget some things. Now, there's
the McComas "spirits;" what's become of
them?
The man who tried to sleep last night
nnd couldn't says zephyrs one thing
he Ukea morn'n another, it's a good
urccie. _
Thk military company enrolled at Dr.
j Hall's office will meet in tke armory at
the Capitol to-morrow evening for orsanitation.
_
In re*ponse to an invitation, Captain
Biggs and Wilbur Trueman go to WoodsHeld,
to-day, to commence & teriet of
Temperance meetings there.
Owiko to circumstances over which
we have no control, we will not go down
to the seashore this summer and listen to
what the wild waves are saying.
Commxhdatory.?Now that the railro^d
Btriko excitement has. abated and
the subject haa become a matter of comment,
we can look more into details.
Wheeling haa every reaion to feel thankful
that ahe haa been apared from acenea
of outlawry'and violence, and thebuaineaa
men and taxpayers should feel
grateful that property and buainesa have
Buffered but little or no loss. But while
we all can congratulate ourselves upon
thia desirable condition of affairs, wo
ahould not forget Uioae to whom we are
indebted?thoae who, by the poaitiona
they occupied, were compelled to bear
the heat of the burden ana the fray. 01
course the" railroad officiate here were
placed in peculiarly hazardous poaitiona,
and it required not only fortitude
and firmness, but resignation ^ and
deliberation to meet the emergencies of
tho occasion. Cantain K. T. Devries, of
the Baltimore & Ohio road, occupied anything
but an enviable position. Being
manager of the road here, lie was obliged
to stand an its representative. Fortunately
ior the road, he was a man of such
high personal character. and was ho can.
erally w teemed nnii rwpected that hia
action* commanded and received the commendation
of all. Kome thought him
tiwSil, but all accorded him that honesty
of purpose which his probity of character
wns bound to command. He exhibited
fidelity nnd energy in beh&U of hia road,
and at the name time exerdsed that spirit
of moderation and forbearnnce neccasary
for the occasion. Ah a result of hin wiadoui
and gentlemanly bearing,and thoaoof
his appintant, Mr. Selby Jones, Wheeling
trains were coming and going an Boon an
on any road, and our city has been spared
many inconveniences, to Kajniothing of
low and expense.
Activity at the B. & 0. Depot.?
With tho merry music of the locomotive
bells and the deeii baaa rumble of the
moving freight train*, the receiving, loading
And unloading of goods, the prompt
departure and arrival of pa?senger trains,
and instead of the threatening crowds of
idle men around the depot, the sight of
every man uuietlv workine at his post.
a great sigh of relief goes up from the
public heart. The blockade is broken,
the paralysis of business came*, and the
currents of commercc resume their oM
channels, anil all in order and life and
hope once more. Indeed it lookB as if
for a long time at leaBt these channels of
trade would lie filled fuller than their
wont with the impeded currents, and that
the immediate result at least would be a
sort of general business revival.
U. 8. Marine Hospital.?Dr. Thos.
J. Griffiths, Surgeon in Charge of the
U.S. Marine Hospital at the port of Louisville,
Ky., reports the following as the
condition of the hospital under his charge
during the month of .1 uly, 1877: Number
of patients remaining on the 1st day
of June, 54; number of patients admitted
duriugthe month of J uly, 3D; number of
patients treated during" the month, 93;
number of patients discharged during
the month, 42; number of patients died
during the month, 1; number of patients
remaining on the last day of the month,
50, number out-door.,patients treated
during the month, 31; died, Sam. Smith,
a rouster on the Bteamer United States.
Police Coubt.?Judge Uranmtr.?The
following cases were before His Honor
yesterday morning:
Albert Price wax up for using abusive
language toward his mother. The Judge
fixed the price of Albert's disobedience at
$20 nnd costs, which he couldn't pay, and
he went up for thirty days.
John Dixon was a plain drunk?there
was nothing fancy about it. Bo John
thought, when he paid his $2 and costs.
A commitment waB issued in the case
of Michael banning, who was fined on the
31at for drunkenness and let off on condition
that he would leave the city. Banning
was sent up for thirty daya.
Tiled.-?We don't like to be too personal,
but we are decidedly of the opinion
that 'Gus Bcutcr, at Harper's hat store,
id the best looking and most accommodating
salesman in the citv.
He don't like to see his friends
going about under battered tiles,
and an lia vi?nii?rilav tint n lirnn new lint
on Iho head of the writer. Qua knows
how Jo Hell hats, and he hna already got
in a full Htock of the latent and most popular
HtjlcH of fall wear, from which it ia
not a hard matter to choose. Give him n
call, and if he don't Bell you a hat it will
be because you don't want one.
Serious Kunawayb.?Two BeripOH
runaways occurred at Warren, on
the Ohio ride of tho river, a few milea
above the city, on Tuesday. Mieaes Lizzie
and Magpie King were thrown out of
a buggy and sustained severe injuries.
Mrt. 0. D. Kiminflke^, the wife of a prominent
wool grower in that section, was
thrown out of her carriage and had an
arm broken, besides receiving other severe
injuries. The carriage was badly
wrecked.
Tire "Tom Swan" Fishing Club yesterday
left for Middle Tslantl Creek. The
( lull nnnaiuta r\{ fhn follnurino won tinmen
Judge Geo. E. Bojd, Major Samuel
Barnum McColloch, Counsellor George
Linch, Advocate General T. J. Hugus,
Count Johannes Moffat, Judge J. E. McKcnnan
and J. B. Ward, M.D. (Medical
Deviser). The Doctor's largesl mcdicine
cheat accompanied the party. They will
be absent about ten days.
Justice Wheeler.?Jacob Schmepl
yesterday complained before Justice
Wheeler that E. Maxwell hnd used loud
and abusive language towards him.
Maxwell was arrested, and the examination
resulted in the case being dismissed
at the cost of complainant. The trouble
was over the right of way on a public
alley, the parties Coming from opposite
directions with teams and meeting in
Alley 18.
Twenty-cent ' piece*, with edges filed
to represent the milling of the 25 cent
pieces, are in circulation. At first sight
they arc readily taken for quarters.
Milled in imitation of quarters, they can
be detected from the fact {that the eagle
looks to the right, while on the quarters
the head is always pointed to the left.
llo! vor White Sulthub.?The Math*
ewa Light Uuarus will leave lor White
Sulphur Springs next Saturday, on the
'teamer Hudson, vu? Huntington. They
will be absent a w6ek or ten days. Kramer's
band will probably accompany
tliem.
Ouu enterprising merchant*, A. Brannum
& Sons, are still in doubt as to
whether a large consignment of sugar to
them wan destroyed in the great strike
lire at Pittsburgh, with the chances about
even to pro and con.?Bridgeport Cor.
Iklmont Chronicle.
Thk tramp has caused a revolution in
soiue rural customs; Farmers no longer
sleep with wide-open doors and windows
these sultry night*. Suspicion has murdered
their former aenso of security and
robbed their homes of the sanctity of conscious
seclusion.
Last Thursday night Mr. Adolph
Craig was fishing near tho glass house in
Martin's Ferry, and on drawing out a
hook found a piece of {taper attached and
unon Anamination it nrnvptl In Iia n SAA
greenback bill.?SL Ctairmiiic GazdU.
The Davis Light Guards, of Fairmont,
who reached here at midnight on Wednesday,
were supplied with arms and ammunition
and returned home yesterday
morning.
Justice Philltts decided that the evidence
.in the Hutchinson-Shipley rape
case was not sufficient to bold the prisoner
for trial, and he was accordingly
discharged from custody.
A select party was given at the residence
of Lawrence Walther, in Centre
"Wheeling last evening. About twenty
couples were present. Johnny Birch furnished
the music.
TROUBLE AT BELIiAIKK.
IJ.A O.' Freight Train* Stopped
by a Mob?The llallroact l'roperty
tinariled by Fife Companion
ol Troop*.
There were many conflicting rumora
afloat in the city yesterday over a reported
outbreak atBellairc, of railroad strikers
and othera. Among other reporta
was one to the effect that the atrikera had
taken poaieaaion of tbe railroad property
in the city, and atopped all freight and
paaaenger trains, and that the military
had had a akirmiah with the mob. Of
couraetheae rumora created a good deal
of excitement here, and there was an
eager inquiry for newa from that quarter,
Oar Bellaire correapondent writca
us as follows concerning the disturbance j
Four companies of soldiers, the Fierson
Guards and Coleman Rifles, of Troy, the
Gettysburg Guards, of Gettysburg, and
the Tippecanoo Guards, of Tippeca*
noe, all from this Stale, arrived at this
place about 10 o'clock Wednesday even*
ing last, guarding several freight trains
from Newark, 0., bound for the Kaat.
The soldiers made a fine appearance, and
were rather a novelty to our people.
They returned to Xewnrk on the 8:30
a. m. train to-dity. Shortly after the
departure of the soldiers, about 10
A. M., two freight trains, two locomotives
Weit, and when about read/ to start, a
large mob, principally composted of half
grown boy* and other* not connected
with the B. & <). Railroad, congregated
about the freight yard and ordered the
firemen on the four engines to demount,
which request was nt oncccomplied with.
Mr. II. Ingler, master mechanic, ordered
the locomotives to be uncoupled and re*
turned to the round house. The men
at work in the engine shojw
were also compelled to bunpenu
work. ('apt. Devries, the agent, at once
telegraphed to the authorities and had
the four companies of soldiers returned
to this city by 12 o'clock at noon. The
men after arriving were sent to tho National
House for dinner, after which they
were distributed for duty at the freight
depot, on the engine.*, and to prohibit
any outsiders from molesting the regular
employes or interfering in the preparations
to start the two freight trains west
which had been delayed by the mob in
the morning. The City Marshal and his
deputies were also on the ulert to quell
any disturbances. Considerable excitement
exist* througbt the city among the
railroad and laboring clashes since the
return nt' thn snldiorx. v?L no pi-rimin
outbreak is apprehended.
r> p. m.?No freight ban left, as yet, from
here westward; engineers, firemen and
brakemen refuse to take trains. Soldiers
aro guarding the depot and trains.
The employes of the Cleveland & Pittsburgh
road, at this city, will resume their
regular duties in consequence ot the compromise
between the railroad officials and
the employes. Passenger and freight
trains will run on schedule time tomorrow.
J. E. D.
Lint night wc applied to the B. & O.
officials in this city lor some further particulars
of the disturbance at IJellaire,
but failed to obtain anything additional.
Mr. Selby Jones kindly telegraphed to
Captain Terries for a "special," and
about 10 o'clock received the following:
Bellaihe, O, Angnst 2.
Mr. Selby Jones:
1 have no time to write a special for
the Intelligences, further than to say
business started very pretty here thin
morning, but wan brought to a Btand
about 10 A. M, by the rabble, backed up
by a few persona who I think ought to
know belter, and who 1 hope will live to
nee and repent of their error. We now
have live companies of soldiers under
command of Col. Horton, and expect to
start up in the morning. It. T. D.
We are informed that yesterday there
was oue freight train each way on the
Cleveland & Pittsburgh road, and the
strikers manifested no opposition whatever.
To day all the trains will commence
running their regular schedule
time?both passenger and freight. There
are six passenger trains ou this branch of
the Cleveland & Pittsburgh road, three
trains running each way. The employes
of the company generally, who have been
enjoying a Bori 01 a notiuay ior uie paai
ten days, will no doubt return to work
tliio morning, glad that it'a all over and
no worae.
Mortality Kkpout.?I)r. Jepaon, the
City Health Officer, furnwhw us with the
following report of the deaths occurring
in the city during the month of July:
Mnles ? 17 Aorj.
Females '20 Under 1 rear....... 18
? 1 to !I I
Total 4? 'j to 5 a
DXATIIh JN RACII WAOO 6 to 10- 2
Flfit. 0 10 to 20- C
Second A - 8 20 to ?> ... 1
Third ? 30 to 40. f
Fourth 7 40 to 50 2
Fifth 3 50 to CO i
Hiath 8 CO to 70 1
Seventh 1 70 to 80 1
Eighth 3 80 to SO :
lu public Institution*.. 'J 00 to 100 (
CAVSKS.
Accident?Hum....- VHeart. Valvular l>Is.?f 1
Bowels, Obstruction of-2 lnnnfty .. 1
Brain, Congestion of......I Inanition '
Cholera Infantum C Kidneys. Chr, lniltn. of. I
" Morbua 2 Liter, Disease of- ]
Coniumtitlon 2 " Fatty Often. of...1
ConvuUiona ...... 2 Marasmus......... :
Debility, Uenoral -1 Meningitis I
DUrrbu-a M..l " Orebro-splnal!
Dlabetls SfclUtus t " Tut>urcular...-1
Dropsy 1 Old Aro. .
Kutcro-coiuu a I'juraiydit :
Fever,UKstric - l| Stomach, Ioilui. of 1
" Scarlet....- V|Prunintiiro A r?tlll?boxn..l
Doatha In corresponding mouth of last year, 102
-Moms Than He Asked For.?It hap
pencil last week, but it too rich to have
lost iu flavor yet. One of the most
solid of Wheeling*!* solid men, after having
read the accounts of the railroad
riots, went homo fairly hunting witli
righteous indignation. Tacing up and
down hia parlor floor he gave venl
to his outraged feelings, Being in^
formed by the gentle voice of hia honored
spouse that a man was at the kitcher
door waiting to Bee him, he hurried
down, with an impetuosity born of passion.
Before him stood a tramp. Solid
man, "What do you want?" Tramp
"1 want something to eat." Solid
man, "What ehe do you want?'
Astonished but full of hope, "I want
some shoes." "Well, 1 have a pair ol
thick?soled boot*!" And with this laconic
answer ho began to Wat a tatto on the
tramp'* body, the tramp at the same time
beating a hasty retreat.
Basf. Ball Notes.?The Buffaloes, o
Kenwood, and the liegulars, of South
Wheeling, played a match game of base
ball in South Wheeling on Wednesday
which resulted in favor of the Buffaloes
by a score of 10 to 8. They will have an
other game to-day. Umpire, Wm, II
Kunklo.
TheTiltonsvillo and Warren base ball
clubs had a match game yesterday after
noon.
The Brown Stockings, of Bridgeport
and Ohios, of BelUire, had a clone gami
in Bridgeport yesterday. The score was
Brown Stockings 6, Ohio* 3.
The Bostons got away with the Alle
gnenie*,in rmsuurgu, yesieruay, uy z
. core of 5 to 1.
Three new boiling furnaces are beinj
erected at the La Belle mill, and ai
elevated railway will be built aronnt
the mill for coal cars.
All of them have used Dr. Cull':
Blood Mixture. Who'.' Those wh<
heretofore raftered with Boilt and Pirn
plea, but who are now free from inch an
nojance*. d&w
Personal Points.?Wm. H. Irwin left
yesterday for Lake Chautauqua, N, Y.,
to attend the Temperance Contention
and the Sunday School Aaaembly that
convenea there on Saturday, the 14th Inst.
Kev. MUlir, of the Disciples' Church,
will leave town to-day, to be absent about
a month.
Doctresa Elita Hughea in aummering at
Capt. Moore's, Tiltonoville.
Mr*, H. C. Wells, a daughter of the
late Dr. Baguley, yeaterday returned to
her homo at Wellsville, Ohio.
Howard Broa., of this city, have received
a* patent for an improved nail
screen.
Prof. Liebold, Col. Jacob Nunge and
Mr. Jacob Straub will represent the
Wheeling Turnera at the Convention at
Pittsburgh next month.
Frank Marshall,"Win. Smith, and other
workmen of tho La Belle mill will start
for Kuah Run to-day on a falling cxcur.
aion.
Mr. Ed. Larkin, of this city, has consented
to take the leading part in the
drama (entitled "Nick of the Woods."
which in shortly to be produced at Zilch'e
Hall, Bellaire, by a dramatic troupe oi
that town. "The Jew's Daughter" will
be presented by the Club at the same
time and place, and a professional actress
from Pittsburgh will assume the title
role, Mr. Larkin and the company sup*
porting her. This engagement will interfere
with Ed's contemplated trip to White
Sulphur, with the Light Guards.
At the Belmont countv Democratic
Convention, held at Bt. Clairsville yesterday,
Kosfl Alexander, Esq., of Bridge*
port, was nominated for Ifeprcsentative.
Mr. R. K. F. Foulk, of W. L. Foulk &
Son, advertising agents, Pittsburgh, gave
us a pleasant call last evening. Mr.
Foulk is a clever young gentleman, with
whom it is a pleasure to transact business.
rroi.utmavo uuttenberg yesterday returned
from an extenalve tour through
the State, in the insereata of hit* paper,
the Deutichc Zeiluny.
Police Report.?City Sergeant Ripley
has prepared his report for the month of
July, from which we extract the following:
Number of caned 127, linen assessed
$117, tinea paid $150, ftnea unpaid $291,
lockup fees paid $16 00, committed for
non-payment of fines 41, dismissed on
payment of coat* 25, dismissed at the cost
of tho city 11, dismissed at cost of complainant
5. The arrcsta were made by
the following officers: Robertson 15,
Baird 18, Denbaugh 10, Luton 9, Bogard
10, Fleming 22, Carroll 7, Thompson 10,
Night Watchman Tracy 1, St. Myers 7,
Mahony 1, Ripley (chief) 3, Birch (special)
3, Stamp (special) 1, Cooper (special)
4, Henry 1, Robinson (apecial) 2. .
Bella ike Item*.?The Colored M. E,
Church will hold a Rush meeting at Indian
Run Orchard on Sunday, the 12th
inst.
The Medico Chirurgical Society met
at the City Hall building yesterday after!
noon, I)r. C. E. Kurtz as President and
Satterwaith as Secretary. Tlio noxt
meeting will be held at St. Clairsville on
thejirst Thursday of next month.
The arrivals at the Globe Hotel are
large. Over fifty visitors arrived yesterday.
J. E. D.
The Police Slate.?The following
names were on the slate at the police
headquarters last night at 10 o'clock:
Toby Vance, fresh from the Pittsburgh
riots, was run in as a common drunk.
John Gross wan pulled for lounging in
i the Second Ward market house.
Henry Klevia was in on a charge ol
drunkenness.
Contract Awarded.?The Committee
; on Court House and Jail, of the Board ol
Commissioners, met at the Court House
yesterday afternoon. The bids for the
proposed improvements in the Courl
room wero opened, and the lowest bit
found to be $88, offered by Jerry O'Brien
The contract was accordingly awarded tc
Mr. O'Brien, and he will commence th<
work Jat once.
Some Wheeling people have alreadj
gone lo Moundsville, and will beontht
camp grounds some time before the meet
ing commences.
We all have our profereuces; but nc
one prefers to hear a crvine babv when
tho fact is so well known that Dr. Bull'#
Baby Syrup would at once quiet it.
d?tw
Magnificent Display,?The contentf
of a white silk case in the show window
of Mr. J. W. Grubb's jewelry store, No,
1154 Main afreet, attracted the attention
of many passers by yesterday. In the
handsome case wan a magnificent display
of cameos, lloman neck chains, scarf pint*
watches, etc., which wero admired by all
who saw them. Mr. Grubb has the mosl
extensive jewelry house in the State, and
his stock includes almost every article in
his line of business.
Jubt received a large lot of fall stylei
Calicoes at 0. G. Roth's.
Dr. E. A. Farquhar'h Medicatef
| Crackers, for the relief and euro ol
| every form of dyspepsia, or other func
i tional disease of tho stomach and bow
i els, tin well oh nil sympathetic affcctiont
: arising therefrom. There ih no taste 01
i nmcll of medicine about them?nothing
? to indicate to persons using them thai
I (hey are taking medicine. Their princi?
plea are ho combined as to affect the sys'
> tcm by insensible action, which gives r
quick*, healthy and complete digestion
i cures the disease by removing the cause
L For sale by druggists and grocers gener
i ally.
i Dyrpettics, Attrition.?
[ McConnellbville, 0., May 19, '77.
i Dn. E. A. Farquuar, Lear Sir:?So nic
members ol my family and myaelf have
\ been troubled with indigestion and dvs
' pepsia for some time, and have triei
> manr remedies, without having the de
sired effect. 1 heard of your Medicatec
Crackers, and concluded to try them, ant
. have done so with the most satisfactory
; result, and highly recommend them t<
: any one who may be troubled with dya
. pepsin, indigestion, constipation, or an)
I of the sympathetic affections arising
i therefrom. Yours respectfully,
I A. Koaulek.
. * I have a small lot of Josephine Kid
Glove.*, in black, good fresh goods, whicl
i I am offering at $165, two button?
( cheap. G. G. Hoth.
I John Roemer is closing out all ofhii
, Summer Dress Goods, Wall Paper ant
I Carpet*, at almost vour own prices foi
' cash. Call soon if you want to savi
; money.
r 1 ? ?
A good pair or Kid G loves for 50 centi
j atG.G.KothV
Down ! Down ! Down ? Anothci
break down in price* of Dry Goods am
Carpet*. Bound to sell at some prici
' whether the mills run or not. Cornei
1 Main and 110th streets.
J. Xi. Ferrel.
i ? ? ? ?
' The finest ehoes kept in the citv a
L. V. Blond's.
Break down in Prices.?Dress Good;
' 3 cent*. Black Kid Glove* 35 cents an<
Carpet* an cheap an 15 cent*. They havi
to bo sold to raise money now.
? J. W. Trunin..
5 ? ^ ?
Ik 7011 want to get milted in a pair 0
shoes go to L. V. Blond's.
1 Break down in prices of Dry Good
and Carpets. Now is your time. Cal
and price. Qot to sell.
5 J. "\V. Ferrel.
j o ?
1 J tot received, a lot of Children's Shoe
of the latest stylet, at L. V. Blond's.
^ Carpets ! Carpeta! Caaftta! It is
> well settled fact that the cheapest Car
pets and Dry Goods in the city are foon<
at J. W. Ferbel's,
Corner Main and 20th St.
Gehts' fine shoes of the latest styles
just received at L. V. Blond'b.
Good Black Kid Glove* for 35 eta., at
J. w. Ferbkl's.
The cheapest shoes in the city at
L. V. Blowd'h.
IlAPry^nDiNQfl lor nervous sufferers
and those who have been dosed, drugged
and quacked. Pulvermacher's Electric
Belt* effectually cure premature debility,
weakness and decay. Book and Journal,
with information worth thousands,
mailed free. Address Pulvermacher
Galvanic Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, d&w
Travellers often wonder why their
fellow-travellers aro so loud in their
praise of the Collonade Hotel, Philadelphia,
but after a visit themselves, they
are satisfied of its famous excellence.
_ eod
Ask y00r8elv these Questions.?
Are you a despondent sufferer from
Sick Headache Habitual Costiveness.PAlpitation
of the Heart? Have you Dizziness
of the Head ? Is your Nervous System
depressed ? Does your Blood circu
late badly? Have you a Congh? Low
Spirit*? Coming up of the food after
eating ? Ac,, &o.t All of there and much
more are the direct results of Djrspejiiia,
i Liver Complaint and Indigestion.
Green's August Flower is now aci
knowlcdged by all Druggist to be a
positive euro. 2,400,000 bottles were
given away in the U. 8. through Druggists
to tbo people aa n trial. Two doses
will satisfy any person of its wonderful
nuallty in curing all forms of Indigestion.
Sample bottles 10 cents. Regular
size 75 cents. Sold positively by all tlrst
class Druggista in U. ti. ' cod
Hirer Nows.
TheCourier left for Parkersburg yesterday
morning at her usual hour.
The Mallie Kagon departed for Pitts
burgh at 11 a. m.
The NailG'itv arrived from Louisville,
and departed for Pittsburgh. She had
two model barges of mifccllancous freight.
The Hornbrook assisted her as far as
1 Mingo, where sho will leave her and take
two barges of pig iron to Pittsburgh.
xne Thompson passed down at aj r. m.,
cn route lor Cincinnati, with a good trip.
The Science will be to-day'* Parkersburg
boat.
1 TheG. II. McConnellj a towboat built
out of the old Mountain No. 2, arrived
from below yesterday with a barge loadened
with Hour and grain.
Tho Iludaon is due from Cincinnati
to-day.
The M. S. Thanhouser arrived from below
ye?terday with a tow of Halt.
Last night the marks indicated 0 feet
and falling rapidly.
It in expected tlmt the new Emma Graham
will be ready to leave Cincinnati for
i Pittsburgh next week.
1 The Daniel Boone has been sold to W.
D. Blake for $3,500, and will run from
Oallipolia to Huntington, daily trip and
return.
The Ashland, Fanchon and Savannah left
' Fort Buford on the 2<ith for Tongue river,
taking the last of the Yellowstone's
freight for that point.
The new steamer Telegraph, just completed
at Cincinnati for to ply be i ween
! there and Pittsburgh, it in believed, will
i.? #..?? ti.? n: ; m:
uu 111; ?.WV. XI1U VIIIUIIIIIUU J UIU.1
1 claims that she will he able to knock oil*
12 miles an hour. 1 f ho, she will be able
1 to make the weekly trips with ewe and
. take all the business that oilers.
There appears to be a disposition on
the partot some river men to find fault
, with the snagboatE. A. Woodruff when
[ there is no occasion for it. The state*
, ineut was made the other day that she
j left the wrecked boat at Portland bar in
, worxe condition than if she had not
j touched it. Col. Merrill wrote to Capt.
A. T. Gilmore, Superintendent of ;the
J LouiAville & Henderson Packet Co.", in
, regard to the matter, to which Capt. G.
replies that'there is nothing in the way
of boats and that the Woodruff did all
, that could be done.
, [Bjr Telegraph.]
PrrreBUJion, August 2.?River, 2 feet
9 inches and foiling very slowly. Weather
cloudy and hot. Departed?W. P.
, Thompson, Cincinnati.
i Little Rock, August 2.?Weather
, clear and warm. River falling, with?
feet in the channel.
Memphis, August 2.?River fell 7
inches; stands 13 feet 8 inches. Weather
i clear. Mercury,;90?. Arrived?Parker,
r Cincinnati. Departed?Dounally, Cin>
cinnati; Cherokee, New Orleans. "
i Cairo, August 2.?Arrived?Virgie
Lee, and Norton, St. Louis. Dep.?VirLee,
Cincinnati. Kiver 17 feet, falling.
, Weather clear. Mercury 84?
New Ohleans, August 2.?Weather
: clear this morning; rain thip evening;
[ mercury 94?. No arrivals or departures.
Vicksbuhq, August 2.?Weather clear;
mercury 06?. River fell four inches.
Up?Capital City. Down?Qlencoe and
1 Maude.
Cincinnati, August 2.?River 6 feet 3,
about stationary. Weather fair and hot.
' Arrived?Andes from Wheeling, and'
Laura Davis due from St. Louis.
Kvansville,August 2.?Weather clear
' and hot; tnercury 92?. River 6 feet and
1 falling. Up?Smith, Arkansas Belle,
Dick Johnson. Down?Kvansville, Co'
Una, Schonk, Grey Eagle. Business
t rather activc.
Louisville, August 2.?Weather clear
and warm. Departed?Laura Davis, St.
1 Louis; Belle Madison, Hattio Nowland,
PiLtiibnroli. "Rtrup fullincr
Nasiivill*, August 2.?River falling
slowly, now 30 inches on the shoala. Arrived?Stahlman,
Cairo.
St. Louis, August 2.?Arrived?ilorton,
Pomeroy; Golden Eagle, Keokuk;
Colossal, Weston; Allen Stevens, Drera'
burg. Departed?Golden Eagle, ICeoknk,
Belle of Memphis, Vickaburg; Polar Star,
i TennGBfce river; Northwestern, St. l'aul.
River fallen *1 inches. Weather clear
i and very warm.
1 ? --
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1
INTELLICENCER OFFICE
25 aw 27 Kouhtbknth ST.
LEA A PERKINS
CELEBRATED
; rnONOUNCKD BY a EXTRACT
?rS of a letter from a
j CO^OIS8EUR3 Vf MEDICAL GKNr
I] TLEMAN at MadTOBET1IE
k| raa to bin hrotherat
Xf\ WORCESTER,
"ONLY GOOD^S Mar, 1861.
SAIIHF " 5^" PERRINH that
t OMIOt, ? g llielr Prnicela hlfttv
A.d.pptab,,,,
, mnwmrrSggg SSSa.SWPS
j OF dish, tesr^spR
, WORCESTERSHIRE ICE,
PREMIUM AWABDED AT CESTEKKIAI, fo
' 1st. "Exoellent Taste."
2d. "Very Carefully Prepared."
? SIUXA1UBEON EVEnY BOTn.E.
"i JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
j?23 NEW YORK.
PROFESSIONAL. CARDS.
-QENTI8TBY.
We advln til (bow van ling Doollitry done to
call on PR. 0 ASM I BR, where thry ran bare teeth
extracted without the allghMt pain end new teeth
Kt in not to be known from the natural teeth,
n to worn with comfort and eaee. All caaei
warranted. Office? No. 43 Fourteenth, itreet, corer
of Market. jeH
ROBERT WHITE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Omc?-Attomj omtnl'i Odlt-, Opllol.
myt?
JOHN J. JACOI1,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office iu People's Bauk Building, corner
of Main anfl Twelfth street*. ap6
J DALLAS EWING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 64 TwBLvrn St.,
deli _ WHEKL1NU, W. VA,
^y J. \V. COWDEN,
Attorney at Lu w.
OBcv-Nn. 1K2 CiuruKitST.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Prvuipt attention to oil bnMnras ratriiltrd to my
Wft h7_
p H. COCHRAN,
Attorney at Lav,
1220 CiiAri.iSKSTr.Eirr,
fel WHEELING, W. VA.
Q C. OLMSTED, M. D.f
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Officr-No. M l'OTBTKKHTli Ht.
WHEKUNG, W. VA.
OlTico Hour*? 8 to 10 a. M. 1 to a r. v. dc2
^yiLUAM PHILIPS,
Justice of (he Ptioe & Real Eitate Agent,
No. CO TTTKUTH ST., WHK
Collations ol >11 liuda mode find procwda
promptly rtnilltwl. J?3
yjy M. H. HKARNK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
Street, Office up utaiiu.
rni.10
|^ANIEL LAM U,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 131S Market Street, (over City Bank,)
ie4 Wheeling, W. Va.
rji 3. nuGHH,
Attorney atLuw.
Office 71 Twelfth Street, Wheeling, W, Va.
' Practices iu the Courts of Ohio, Marshal]
and Tyler counties, W. Vn. novl7
TQANIELPECK,
A I t UWItl Ml LA TV,
140-1 Cbapline Street, Wheeling W. Vfl.
j^INCH & THOMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1205 ClIAPUMK Stkkkt.
Room No. 1 Odd Fellow*' Building?upitalra.
u?r28
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T18TABLI8IIED IN 1837.
J. HKLSOff VA.VCS. | W. K. IlUflllKS. | A. G. WIMCHKU
VANCE. HUGHES &. CO..
SUCCESSORS TO
VANCE & ADAMS and C. D. KNOX & CO.
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
Boots and Shoes,
No. 1301 Main St., Wheeling, W.Va.
J?8
BjM
IJIO CAPITALISTS
Or Parties of Small Meant Dsslroui of
Engaging In Grape Growing,
Coal Mlnlngor Market
Gardening.
account of ad ran cod Kit I in tlealroui o!
changing my realdence, and therefore offer for aale
inj firm altuated opposite the city of Whoellng, on
tho rirer tank, midway between Bridgeport and
Martin's Ferry, and Immediately adjoining the Tillage
of JKtnaTlUe. Tho property coniSta of GO
acrca of hill and table land and 15 of river boiioiu.
In Ihtf hill there are two seami of coal, 6>i aiH 3?
fiTt thick. thnw dcniKita nf llniMt/mo. all H f(/it
vein of clow texture Band or free atone, an 10 f?x>t
vela of marl, which altogether make a aoll ftiid an
underlying Uxl o( depoalta oI a rich and valuable
character.
On the surface, the larger portion of which Ilea
gently iloplng to the cut, ana all under direct exposure
to the inn, la a Vineyard of 86 acre*, uioutly
Catawba grapea, all in fine bearing condition, about
acTcn yeara old, which haa proven ltaelf able to'pay
a handaomo percent to the cultivator.
The property la being approached above and below
by an advancing tide of perama aeeking amall
homeataula, and la now mtllr tho only uooccuplwl
territory between Bridgeport and MarUn'a Fmy.
It li valuable u to lnmtuicut for capital n*klug a
aafe purchase, and valuable to tboee who want warket
gardening ground clow to the dty. It front*
beautifully upon the river and commanda a view of
the city, the Ialaad and the whole aoenery of the
alley.
The tenm of aale will be one-third caab. balance
In two annual payment*. 8 per cent Interett on derw""
Cto lh? pnmlM, 01 bj m?il >1 Brtdieport.Ohlo.
^
STOVES* HARDWARE.
The Cheapest,
The Best,
Tkn I nrnrnnl
IIIC LfllgCfil
COOK NTOYB
In the Muktt ii the Celebrated
VALLEY STAR.
BENJAMIN FISHER,
STAR FOUNDRY.
A great variety of other Cook Stoves always
on hand. j^AU Stoves guaranteed.
Marbellzed Iron and Slate Minteli.
Freestone and Slate Heirtha, Ac.
Call, examine and ice prices before pur*
chasing clacvfrere. ^ mr22
g K. CALDWELL.
Marble, Slate & Iron Mantles,
Common Grates. Tilo and all kinds of
tvnit VUtHI (jUVUli
Galvanized Iron Work and Tin
Roofing,
TOGETHER WITH A COMPLETE AH
SORTMENT OF
COOKING STOVES
Anil House Furnishlnp Goods. We call
special attention to the
Peerless Radiator Shaking Grate.
The most complete Grnte in the market.
It cau bo seen in operation in l!r. Frank
Cocn's finoresideucc on the Island. Call
and examine.
1507, 1R09 A 1511 Main Street,
near B. A O. It. It, Hppol. mill
A RE YOU C0INQ TO WOVE?
Dou't You Want a
NewCookStove
The BEST and CHEAPEST BT0VE8 IN
TIIE MARKET can be found nt
No. 1425 Main St.
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON
AND OTHER
First-Class Stoves,
Cau now be bought Cheaper than over
before.
ALL 8T0VSS WARRANTED TO PI.KA8EDou't
fail to call and see our block before
purchasing.
JOSEPH BELL & GO.
ARLINGTON STOVE WORKS,
No. 1425 Main 8t., Wheeling, W. Va.
mrl2 .
COMMERCIAL
Jos PUTINS.
In the execution of
Artistic Job Printing
There is 110 oflicc in West Virgin in !??? lmn
a reputation equal to that of the
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE.
Their facilities for the execution of the
best elans of work are not excelled hy any
establishment.
CHECKS, SHOW CARDS.
Busiuew men will find the beat iilnre to
cet their PRINTED BUSINESS STATIONERY
in Ant-claw style, and at reasonable
prices, is at the
INTELLIGENCER JOB OFFICE,
25 A 27 Fourteenth, Street.
MERCHANTS HOTEL,
Norlh Fourth St., ibova M?rket,
PHILADELPHIA, Pn.
Thli farorlto Hotel, with accommodation! f.r
MO guf ata.hu bwn leaved br tho aubecribtr fur
tew of jctri. Itcanl* Mid with confidence tbat
tho old Merchant*, under tho new adminUtratl&c,
la already an aaaurtd tu??a,and It la ray del emanation
to meet tho just expectationa o( the pub/lo
In thcae timet of financial depreadon, by Introducing
a graduated acale of price* from 12 SO to 13 00
per day, with board, according to location of room.
The Mrrlce, table and all other accommodation*
the came to ?J1 gutiU. ?
Paring tbe put year many improveiomU wero
made, among them a paaeragvr and baggage Elevator,
tbua rendering al> rooau of eaay acceaa. Other
Impromrtnti ire In peoemi, whlct, wbm floi^fa.
ed, will pl?t? tlio McrchinU Hotel Kconil to none
In Philadelphia.
Tbe location o[ the bouee ia one of the inoat convenient
and really central of any In the city. TJte
room ?n light, dnr. well ventilated and bat daomtly
fnrnlated. Uorjecara of various UoM tmm
conatantlyby tbe door, offering iwri opportunity
to the guarta, eTery moment day and right, to *Wt
ill polntj of public interrat '
je25 B, LQKE, PnorniBTon.

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