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tA K.ik futm, ? > I no ?/?, *?1 <mn
a, t., W. V. * ??!,
m\A IMP MjrtMMf?t.
pOH CKXT Ob BALK, VKhY CHEAP, j
A ilttvm*! Trim* Home, So. IM j
H. Iilanil. IuumJUU Jmm. 1
i'.n Kit'ti. Kfl'|olr> of
ii. ror.HEe, Km, |
M? 1111 ClapIlM tt |
PilsK-~""" ]
Two of tUte mull ftocy gtor# K/>otai(
with *oo?l Dwelling* tUrhH, on Eleventh J
treet.
Pwsenioii to t?? kid Immediately.
. Jj7 ........ I. JfiWJ.V, Agent
pop. KENl-HOUNEf??U!blog
a^kt twtm I&a Kath twa, ?m
Ju*jh itiMrt, Ut?wa UU ai*i 14th, van atfa.
Um >?4 ?ur. WUi U rcsuil l?* t? ncfonlUt
Un*ot ko'igl/a of _
jimr.ru l. wildm,
rx/1] IMmll* tnA im Main ?L
FOR SALE. j
ClOjiMIBSIOXKh'rf BALE Of YaLV/
ABLE FKOI'KKTV.
KUU of W??t Virginia.
In im ijAiatf Court of OWocwnty.
W. II (/Krtil
? .
Virginia H. WhMt #t al. In ChaDe?ry.
fir ?lfiu?of a darreamtrrH In the atota anil
IIH '?'?? un tka 'l\I d?y of Juna, A V. 1877, tba
u*Un'j[D*i, who ?u ipuAn'M rj<rUl
I'Ui'f for tU purp o, will Mil on
WKfJUStDAY. AVGVKT ?ih. 4. f?. 1*77, |
CAtoiMndtK at 10t'cfcck, A. ? , at tha ffODt<l</>r
of th? Omrt Hon* of ?ihu> foanty, Wwt Virginia,
th? following drwrlb^l ml ralafjj. that U !/> *;
411 that Jot c.r pmH ef (roarfl d*arrtl*d m lot
nuio'^ml onaln *|?af? t?M<ti-nlM In tlm j-lat of >
th? Miil'ifi to tf?? (ity H hmllrif laid oatli;
t.liuin T. Oiurcltill, trntUM lur hmlly A. Zm?,
and Fu'tia Viata addition to l/.a aa?' city.
It.* urn* \Mt>t aiity fart front on Twalfth itr?#t,
and txtefttflag t?rk thr aaior width ona bundm!
ItH, t/^ihrr vltb ail kr.d ilnmlax !!? i>?-re<1lumwita
and a|<^irt naOcca tLenrlo belonging or In
of Ml i lot tbm I* an il>? t/n tr*t In wtoth till-(I'll
njj liMk Hi* fnl) (>f the aald lot, fi??
:t wblrh tlUy U, lh? ?ald U.t, and It
l> ii.dmtuwl awl ?rn??l (hat th? wld all* j ahall
Uak'fi vy*n |?T|4ituJ!/ for lb* a<r<m?mfrl?ticm of
lb# differ r.t pretciai* to wbl'h II* aain* l*l<m*a
Tk*?I f<r ? *(.*?Oh*>fb!rd </' ibiira If th? yutcbaarr
?i> ?l?t raah In hand: thft halanr* lo two
?iual ln?tallm?nta at on# and two Ji**, th* parchawr
kitiiik notralMrthj loUrtal, wllh good ptraor.al
utltv, lit tba di/?rf*l fttamU.
W. J.
FJ?MI?J OmtulmUnn.
W If. JUtttt, Aufll???*r. JjT?
Thi?abo*? kiI?i It ?dlo<irn*1 until WED5BJDAV,
UituUf Sib, 1*77, at 10 o*rtrrk A. ?
W. J. W. ?OWiiK.H.
aiiV< flptdalf ofntalwlonrr.
'J U tbof* ??> f* ??tl ,ur??d until THf'KMDAY
Ht|d?iUr lath, 1177. W J W. OUWDQV,
?l?1 Ff**tj| >'nmnimUir.er.
rjt iUBTEfc'd 8ALP.
in i>urtu?ni*if a<!i*lof t ru^t k* rr*> *'7 J???
M. hill' u at'J Kl?r hit ?!.'?. loiae ta Ttuilen.
datrd JV rtu'jr 1 lih, |?"l, and nc ? del lu ih*
Hnk'i oAr* for < .i.nIjr. Wnt Virginia, la
|?,H IV/)k .So.f/( | 3'A 1 *?!l, at the fmulduor
of t>.*i fluort H<'u*1<-r (jUlocouulj, on
HA1i;itl>AY, thco.h djyof <xto*wr, 1177,
Mall Ih* following tlncril'd |r'.j*rtjr uititrynd ti <
in" I<J Mid i1m?1, *Ik All il,?t lot or i*u? 1 of land
If I'ir In lh? rltf of Wh?Hini In rotiotr cf j
Ohio, and >UUi f W**i Vlr(inl?, In that |<art of '
Mid liy km.wn a? (irahani'a addition, on Ont/"
itr??-t -n?l doltfoatal on tin |?Ut id nH rlly ia
Ixt hnruUr >tA). lb" ??rn" on which Ihi ,
a?ll III Ion now r>iilu, Itball tb" linf rovtniriiH '
on ?atd lot ,
T*m or hats?'*m-i hi id of lb" mirth a*" mom
*v I<? 1+ i.a <1 In <* h. and tnor* If "lb* |?'irehaw*r
?lwt to do Hi; kin IkIjixx In tlx Ml tw*lv? monttia ]
with Inlaitat, in |ji> nctir. il toaatMattl'in o( Tru?1
rrllin^ a* Tfi?iw, | will if.ntrjr the tlt'.O rrtinl ,
in uir lijr ttirdul a'rif? nauiH.
avj.t II K.N H t K. l.lhT, Tfu.l^r.
T?XEC1 TOE'S BALE.
Hm? uodcnten'd, Fsk iitor of lh?f Jjit will and
UtlatiiMi' i>f ,N. i . Arthur, dKeiwI, Ul* -f thr
rliy ?if Wh?r"liHK, WmiI Virglr la. hrrchy kItm inHi*
that lijr virtue of the j-tovlaiow of add will, I
be will, on
HAlVRMT, JULY 38,1?77, ,
rotniiini'-lnir at 10 '/dock a. at I It*- front door of
thn lii< rt How* i.f Ohio county, In thai illy ol
Whatliug, orvr tor mIo at jitiUllc auction thn following
di Milled rt-al irtatr, f?*wlt. J^>t nuinliv* '
ed thutj-liff (JA)lii<Jr?li?rn'aaddllinn to Ihi-Mid I
cltjr < f Wr.itl.ny, alliMif on north ?Mt of I'lf
Urnth atrcft, 1* twain 1>,H and Jacotutrreta, 1
jitlf.g atniiit ?lx l?tt <>' tl.r w??t aide of m|i| lot
niK'ti'llra I<?r1i ivmii j.four <74) fi*t, which w?a \
a?ll t,j thn raid Atl? ur. hold lot now from* on
Fifirrnlh aliK-l about fiflj-foiir ti* t. ami rxb'tida
hark loth* allr*. Unto l( MMtnl tti Una lot a '
larttr liflck ilaflllui lioux*, noMiiIrt) with n>o?l -rn
con* tnlrtra a, and la a ???*? dnlrahle uiof*rtr.
Whrn a Mir ii m??ln Urn rfiiivpjranc* will lixluilc .
tin- wldoVadowerrliditIn Iha pnpttif. Torma
uia>lc ki own on da; ?>f lYnona utwlrlng to 1
lainllM th?! t>iot*rlr will call on thnundmalKii'-d.
JjJt It. (1. IIA Kit, Kx#*uur.
7 he nt'ivn ??!? I* adjourn*! until Hiturday,
KrpttinUr Ift, at 10 o'clock a. m.
It <i. HA lilt, Eirrutor.
J. C. IlKivar, Auctioneer. ly.TO
The al???r i?l<* li adjourn"! until Krptcrnficr IS, 1
1107, at lOoVbk A. M. iVt m trtnlilriK to puri'lia** r
Will plcik? Ink* notice ihat 'in tin- above <l?tc the ?
tald plWerty will imltWily l>" mid.
II. ii, ItAltlt, Executor.
J.C. Ili'*vir, Aurtl'inrrr. Ntf a
pOE HALEMr,
OEO. II. KAUIIHI' haaalx Arabi-lan llwMi j
for talf, two draught Horn* and lour carriage '
Ilotam, doabla or tlnglo drltrr*.
Call for |r.irtlr iilim at hli Meal and Ve^tablc
Markat, No. 20Zini> ?trc*t, (aland. arpl
rnROOTKiva HAI.K
Itjr vlitueol a Dred of Trnit mad* I>j Elizabeth
MrNcal to me aa Irualrc dil?l January tiih, IOTA,
rmirdrd In lha tlllinof Hie Clrik of tbo <Purity
Court ol Ohio motity, Wnl VlrvlnU, In Ibcd of
Tiuat l!o?ik No. 8. |>aKr HI, I will mil at tho front
door of the Court ilouwof raid county, on
MAlt'llDAY, OctoUr flth, 1877,
Commenting it lOa'dock k. M.,tho following Je
acrlltfd rral ctnlr: 'Mir one-half of lot Mo. Ill In
Jonathan /.anr'a addition to thetlly o( Wheeling.
The title la Ullrvid to l?e juttfw t, hut I will ton?ey
only tho tltln seated In mo by raid octsl of
truit. G
'I KMtia or Hani-OnMhlrd r??h, the baUncnln
Initallnnnliat tlx and twrlre uiouthi, e?ldented
by nctotUUe notra, the title to Im retained
until |*ruM<nt lo full.
W. If. CALDWELL, Truitre.
W. J. W. COWOIW. Hollcltor.
arpl w. II. Ham.kii, Auctioneer.
l^On 8ALK?
A tcrrdraimblrlwo-atoty llrlrk Dwelling llotiac,
No. TUo (.laaplliM* alitwl, containing nine roouia,
1*1 h room, pantry mid waih bona*- k?* and water
throughout. 'I he houae la In good coiitllllon and
will I* rolit low and dti raiy t< rma. Kn?|Ulre of
J A MEN NKII I..
ao?l AtKrlll A I IIIUMbaiii'i, Main Ht. |,
gALK OF
Valuabl* Real EiUto In Hllchlilown. "
Tim linden If nrd Truth-*. by virtue of a dm! of _
triutrimi'id lol.lmh) John Otow Miller ami
wife, iland Joly niat. IR79 and recordi-d III lha
ottUw of the ('Ink of thflouiity Court of Ohio
county, Wral Yltflula In tK*d of Tiuat llook No. ,i
0, on jiagca I* Slid lit, will on 11
MONDAY, the 10th day of ffeptamtwr, IH77,
At 10o'clock A. li.. (rorml to aril at public am- .
Hon, at tho frontilrair of th* Court HoiimoI Ohio I
voutity, tlm folloakuu Taluahh* rral raUlr, to*wll:
'1'hr taat half ol Lot No. 11, In Mouarn No H. In tha
Kliihtti W>rd ol Ibo rlt? ol WWllriK, with tho .
biillillnna tlirmin altuatnl, 1(?athrr with lht< lolnt I
UM< III llir ? UtlTUMI til* wwrt Plul ?>( Mil lot.
"I hfl llllc U beli?*pU fn hp yonl, but wllltiR
Tm?lr? th? uihlor?ljyi?d will tvmtj wily urli
lllln hI? tmIwI In hlut. lHt?l rircutnl uii juj. :
iiinit of |iurchM? monpy.
TmmmirM*L?l-OtH>-<hlnl of |>iirrhaapiiionpy In
null, oiir*ilil<d payalln lu lis niontha front day of
Mix mill llio rniM'ttlttK third lu IwpItp luntillia n
from lUt ??f a*'*. tlm |? >rrli?.vr kiting Ma not
lor mI<I ilrtoirwl IhBtallnipn'.a. Ixurltu Inlerril (mm
?lay ?>i rale, ?lth good tcurlly Tb? jmrrliaarr
haa tl?o inlvl vfr nf l-aym* *11 caali. k'
JOHN O. IKM'KMAN, Truilrv. ,
I'kn OLKIUM A I'MULkTON, AMortipya.
utO J. C. HmviiY, Auctlunrff.
poll 8ALR- J
Klghtpcbolra RtilMIng l-oti on Whwllnj Inland.
I'rlru (mm 1400 lo |?U<) rarh. Only on^ndtth o(
thp purtlia* inorwr rcqiilml In null. ThnnaidM r
hint |?lil annually in NVK cxjual InaUllmanta
Willi Inlrnul. 0
A|>i>ly to JOHN P. tl 11.C'IIKIHT
a|0 At Top Mill.
ROOFI N - ?
SLA T 13 It o 0JF .
i. ib. b
CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE r
FIRE-PROOF COVERING
For llrlrk ? r Print* HuIMIhk*. Tho ilurrvrnfw In il
Iniurant* will |tajr HwaiWIUuiialrwlum ?MuuIm. ,|
Prtoaa beyond ct.u?j*lilK?ii.
CYR08 If. YOCUM,
pA-dAw ttrwaRNvnxH, o.
JOHN l\ NCIIIILTZ, J
rUimNB OKMIIKXTJLL, "
NLATIC Ito OF IS It,
No, llfl Kwyrimmi tfrnurr. \
AUonlmproapllf altaded^o. Itepalrtnf n?t- {*
ly dona anil warrnutrd. ape 0
Good for Yo
iffi't Ad? <*\t ft*,' i f
>* ?/ ih/.'i fro?. ,.... J
<??' Am r.'fk ? Strip pJkm >
H?n fcr* t u'kU A Will fm?i - I
If Put I'M ( ftOCTMi (fM? 1
W?#'? ?""1 fr?U*l .. - I
(v.,% Am AkBlifnn 1
Fwy * (ram ...... 1
lfc#T?' Im M'tp Hbo? tnm '
\.'4Um th- X J Buffed Urm ? \
I.urn1 IM KH *UU l+u Uaa ? ]
L*4W BM LMttat HaM Inm > {
U4Ua> Im LuMnc *Hn*n tnm \
LuW Im (irala hUpt*T9 Inm
uldrffi'i Am Bbva lt>m '
aim, ur en Tim: tfiocx
AX LOWEST PHIC1
To Bik? m.u tor F?H 0?#dt
.7. T. HTOKE
1140 3VIA.XKT S
uonN'imooK's DIXJCK.
mU
0 L. W'LSOKKTKli, ~
r)KTVrrisn\
iff ? ind tMAttain. Ka. 1?7 Mate ft., ?f
ULhoiWtmllat, W. V*.
T2III.DU Orl<U thm aad MWr A.r?Ht
wfmtoUWHl. W
J J FP.AHK, THE cloth!
m Tmarra Biur,
*oyi ml mi:i 7ick?ta to ui poiau ZM ?na
AT nZliVCZD BATtt.
MTKmn4 top tUkct* to Bafciaor* tad r
tori ' b**<a tul return, >j<oon haod,
im, fill ii
KlUfcT OPINING or
NEW GOODS THIS SEAS!
i. blum & br
II*Te now open for inspection ms
Handsome Fall Dress Got
|^To wkiek tkey invite the Jjidinto n
. SPECIAL! SPECIAL
We offer kan<l?ome Grey Good a at '2
We offer new Fall Mateleuie at 25c.
We r.ffer new Ranket Drru Goodi al
We offer nn eN-jjaht line of Plain Co!
Jooda at ?5c.
CASHMERES1 CASHNIER
We kuve ikn IuirL'ta*. nuil Kineit *to<
Clack and Colored Caabracres in the
Hid at price* to unit every one.
NEW PIIINTP, hEW MUSLINS,2
ilOl'SEKEEI'ING GOODS, nil at po|
price*. If you wish New and Freah t
It Bottom I*rlce?, call on
I. HLUIVI & BR(
1101 Jlaln MfrccL
I'. H.?'To close out, a few LINEN S
it om-half of manufacturer'* coit
aujJO |
[IE KT if EX Tit ACTEi)' WITJU
J I'A IN.
During the H<ren jnn I h*ro t*en pr*c
n Whirling I hntf B'luilnlitrrnl ru to over
boannd pr-raona with I'uhvkit Harmr,
ilmMt mfry csm with eoUreMtUfaction to i
in?l patlrtna
W? rorutantlj kr*p on handa pare Nltrofl*
Ju fur the** that dcalr* to takr It
OK. HUKOIHOtf 4 HO]
n?2S No. till Market
ynrDEELiNO
Boiler & Sheet IronWcr
COB. MAftKirr AND EIGHTEENTH f
W# l*g to Id form our frkntli and lliepuLl'
li" lit# Dm at our | r#mla*i did not rath ou
I'lf"rTi I"" In lb* lea?t Imptiln our facility
my kind i.l wotk In our llnr.
Marlnr and HtaUonarjr Hollm rainuficluri
liort notlre.
*22 T?0??. M^ORnKADA H(
ulfaMdligtm
Fit III AY. SKIT. 7t 1H77,
AdwrllMemcDlR.
Wheeling Koiler and HbettIron W
-head of local.
Druggcta?Mendel, Booth A Co.
nmiicu?uak inuner.
Decoration*?Cummim< A Wood*.
Cheap Wall Pa|wrn alUravei'.
Carpet*?Z'tnk & Morehead.
Direct Importation?Turner &Dii
Watclie*?Oxtoby & Duflielil.
Animal Sale* of 1 lie (1 real French I
dv.
Kentucky State Allotment.
Imported Dutch Itinera.
I/)nt?Pocket Hook.
Proponal* for Coal.
Did the circu\bring the rain ?
CuicuHioun weather yenterday.
Thk peach trade in on the decline.
0 mm m
Tier maplo leaven arc beginning
limb.
Horn, register* *how an incroan
rrivnl*.
"Cloob bye, Ilebecca," in the latent n
xpreaMon.
Tiik boat race between Holer and
Icbraml iadl.
Tiik County Court will meet thin m
ug at U o'clock.
Tub Municipal Court yenlerday
uurni'd to Haturday at 0 A. w.
Tiik inniT lietween St. t'lairaville
lartin'rt Kerry ban been realoretl.
TUB ft'Jil Ohio Volunteer* will ro
t iiaincHvillv on tlio IO1I1 nml20th i
Tub Concordia Kinging Sociely
ive a grand ball on or about the
llrtl.
Two mahhiaor liccnwn Moro in
eaterday by the Clerk of tbo Coi
-oiirt. _
Tiik moonlight evening* arc gone,
ourting in now doue at about ei
and to gaa power.
Tiik Kaatern Ohio Agricultural 8o<
rill inert at Quaker City no it Bit a
nd dlACUM "Grape Cnlturo."
Juimtkk l'umual Mr. Cole, t
ring any more ealllopfa this way, if
leaae. Wo don't want to hart ? rio
Kvkuysouy, hia counin andhia rnol
ii'law, came in from the country yt
it y to nee the lion aud the wild kangi
Two large train*, crowded with pe<
me in on the old HempfleWl road
srday morning. The circua wm th
raction.
Oavb Bond.?Johp Andtltagtr.
aa lent to jail by Juatioe Mix
t'edneaday for cutting up aome dido
la family, yeaterday gate the raqu
ond and wu raleaacd from cuitody.
T*ul Dootrr ro? m Bmum
111 Tlx* or nt? Coctttt Co err.?Tlx trial J
'* docket lor tlnprmot l?rmol lh?ComitT I
CoutwIarMthtcaoa !>?? bwn ?!, U (
u irTiiowr: v
rs a- FridAj, Sept. 7.?M cK?e ti. Bocking et
ft op. al., If. H. Pendleton ti. C. J. Gebring A t
B. 0. Railroad, Fred. Vim fadminiitra- (
? s torl ti. Jarnei Hamilton, H. Cruzcr ti.
a of, *K. Lane and D. J. Dauber, Bauiier, Bon i
J A Co. t?. Darid Blj (two caaw), T. Cotntr 1
"*!. (adm'r) ??. CiUun*' Kail wit ^o., L Latea \
n op. w. David Bly. Armitrong, Coen A Co. T?. i
a up. aUM, L?*i( a WoodnaotiU ti. tame, O. 1
0 W. Heed ti. Gilbert Erlawine, Jamea f
o op. Orierion ti. W. h. Comb*, Marling ti. j
j ? Marling. ,
* Hatardaj, ffepL 8.?Peteri ti. Llim (on \
demurrvn, State (for T. Hughei A Co.), i
t?. Ira M ajt (two caiei), Joe. Speidel A I
EH Co. ?*. H. P. Chiabolm, Htate (for E. i
Bowman) ti. K.Marling, Joa. Werner ti.
Kimberly A Co., H. HcholU ti. Goetze, <
, i'at. Can Geld (appellee) ti. T. Corran
'? (appellantHtate (for D. Liifand other*j
w. W. if. Hall and other*, H/lranaa
"T1 m**! ti. Tboi. B. Howard. :
Friday, Sept. 14.?Cockagne ti. Mc- j
Garnon, L. Clark ti.Nail Cut Building ,
Aaiociation, J. W. Berry ti. Thoi. Prince, ,
J. W. McCoy ti. Henry Hcbafer.
Batarday, Sept. 16.?Valla ti. Frticb, ,
Grim A Clark ti. F. Schubert, Huietnm
? t? a tl?:i .. ? -L. 1. T
??. lujai, n. niiNH ? . niununu, a.
How ley va. M. O'Hare.
Monday, Kepi. 17.?George M. flewey
lata ? . E. J'eck, E. CotU va. J. G. iiervey, A. 1
'ft1, and J. Denniston n. F. M. Henderson.
KB, Tuesday, Kept 18?Wo. Pax ton va. .
John Severing. Charles Tappe va. Louia ,
Hahne, J. M. Hawley va. McClnskey A '
Wl- Laramie. K. G. Cracrafl va. Snaannah '
* Howard.
Wednesday. Kept. 19?N. Boa well va.
II. Dlncb,E. Larktn vs. Prince ar.d Kugor*
lin, State (for T. Hughes A Co ) va. Iri
Waytet al. (two cases).
1-jj Iburaday.Kept. 20*?J. D.Pcek vs. J.
if I Hamilton, ilizabtth A.Miller va. Klwood
J111 Martin, C. Klieves va. Geo. Oobman,
'Adler A Rodelbeira va. Cletna IJaueer.
Friday, Kept. 21.?M. H. Budke va. G.
W. McKim, K. Y. Britt va. James Bodley.
C. T. Cowan va. W. W. Crouae, John
)N! Kobrecht (appellee) va. B. A 0. Railroad
(appelant). 1
Saturday, 8ept. 22.?L. W. Stephens va. 1
K. Johnaon, Geo. Bower* va. Samuel 1
DHames, Augoat Rolf va. John Young, Job,
Webb va. L. Shabordy.
Monday, Sept. 21.?Oeo. Bauer va. J. H.
Watson, Henry Koerner va. G.8. Thomp.
>? ion, Jacob Jbbni A Co. va. D. Baahar
(executrix).
)ds, Tuesday, Sept. 25.?John Thornburgh
va. l'at. Kennedy, John Thornburgh ys.
all. W. J. W. Cowden, II. S. Thornburgh awl ;
K. Thornburgh va. Jane 8chneider, Lewis
A Woodmanaee va. Fred. Gruber.
Wednesday. Sept. 26.?Wm. Tonner
I vs. H. JfUdtbrand, Bansom Baxter va.
W. MeCurdy, J. J". Forater vs. Kate Bur5c.
yell, Catharine Heffner va. W. Tru?x, :
W. P. McCleary & Co. va. Lewie A Wood- '
125c. manage. ?
lore,j Thursday, Sept. 27.?J. W. Dickey vs. 1
Win. Heed (administrator), James Dur- .
kin va. John Koerner, It. Fordyce vs.
?g| Grady A Nelton, G. W. Braby vs. A. 1
ck of Friday, Sept. 28.?W. Pickersgill vs. 1
Louis Wheeler. J. C. Truxell vs. D. W.
' Berry, J. Hutching* vs. Handlan, Young 1
A Co., Klias Bowman va. G. K. Tingle.
SEW Saturday, Sept. 29.?W.S. Ooshorn vs. 1
[>ular Ernest 'lappe, John Frissell vaj John 1
ioods Kobrecht, 11. B. Wheat va. James Ash*
worth, J. F. Lukert va. E. Folmar.
Monday, Get. 1.?B. O'Donnell va. J. i
McCoy, W. M. Patton va. T. B. McKean,
Annie E. Caldwell va. C. Frank, The*.
Curren vs. John and Jos. Robrecht, Thos.
Curreu vs. John Kobrecht.
U1T8 Tuesday, Oct. 2.?L. M. Warren (adminintraior)
va. John Marling, J. L. Bice '
va. J. Barton, W. Stwtzer tappellee) vs.
OUT J' Pracht (appellant), Wm. Reynolds
(appellee) vs. D. Kull (appellant).
tidoi Wednesday, Oct. 3.?P. D. Carorll
?t?i (appellee) va. Fred. Bye (appellant), F. 1
ayad/ . v"* ?* ?* Old- '
bam (executors) va. McClusky A Dennis, '
DiMa Beiij. Oldham (app?llee[ vs. Henderson 1
i (appellant), R. Lindsey (appellee) vs. '
ita Weill A Dawson.
Tuesday, (Jet. 4.?Wm. Shipley vs Geo. '
Hennewan, same vs. I^otta Wagner, 1
Wheeling Wagon and Carriage Co. vh.
I/O Samuel Braden, F. A. Britt vh. (?. b. !
J Thompson, Wheeling OirnibuB Co. (ap. 1
-ru pellee) vs. W.8. Phippa (appellant). 1
I*Viday,Oct.6.?Wheeling Omnibus Co.
(anpclke) vs. W. M. Curtis, J. A. Carroll
Bro. (appellee*) v?. W. A. McCoy (ap- ,
ct,Ml pellant), T. Morehead & Son vs. W. Por? !
r ter and other*, McClusky A Larami<vvs.
todo Jane Phillip*,State (for use) vs. F. Bye 1
, and A. IIu*eman, 0. A. Helmbricht vb.
",0D 0. R Thompson.
w Saturday, Oct. 0.?John Wagner va. D. i
B. Sherrard, L. Beck (appellee) va. D. B. 1
Sherrard (appellant),G.U.Tingle(adm'r)
4*. va. J. C. Alderaon, John Schuhman vb. <
J. A. Belville.
Monday, Oct. 8.?Oliver Ilawley (ap ?
?: nellee) vb. laaac Irwin' (appellant), W. <
Peyton vb. Elian Kittle, E. 0. Cracraft ,
-? (assignee) vs Maurice Curran. Thos. Heynian
va. W. R. Wallace, J. L. Rice vb. '
Jamea Hamilton. J
o'** Tuesday, Oct. 9.?E. L. Nicoll vb. Jas. <
Hamilton, Wm. Bauer va. Wm. Smith, I
Jamea Linton vb. Samuel Smith, Caldwell
& Caldwell va. John Robrecht, C. A. 1
Reed vb. M. Parker. 1
Wednesday, Oct. 30.?Eliza Lee vs.
D. Garvin, H. Quarrier va. B. A 0. Rail- ]
Hon. road, Uremer vb. Bradley, C. M. Snodgrass
vb. W. McGovern A Co., A. Gilleakm
jilts (heirs) va. A. (Jillenpio (guardian). 1
Thursday, Oct 11.?J. McConnell vb. '
Fairfax A Joy, Thomas Henthornu v*. <
Cooper, Miller vb. Building Aaaociation,
Britt vb. Hogg.
Friday, Oct. 12.?P. E. Zinn va. R. I
Savage et al., Blum vb. Welsh. J
The criminal docket will probably be !
called to day.
1
Two Qibm Abrwtid fob Grand 1
IiAuccNY.?Annie Auber and Maud Geb- !
hardt were arrested at their liomea in 1
f lo South Wheeling yesterday, charged with J
the lnrceny of about $150 worth of cloth* j
. in# iroin mo reniuence 01 wr, it. j.
Smyihe.on Market, between 21it and 22d '
Htteeta. Annie ha* been living at Kcrvice
l?ne in the family of Mr. Hmythe, anil Maud,
whom nhe reprewnted an her cou?in, wa* (
Maying with her a few dat?. # The cloth- |
llil- 'nKi confuting of threo ladica' Hacquw, |
one cnnhmere drein, one rot of (lira, ami a i
valunblenhawl, wan taken from the home |
om- 00 Wednesday night, anil the two girln i
were immediately ?u*nicioned a* the i
guilty purlieu. Oflicer llaird undertook j
nj. to "work uji" the cane, and nucceeded ;
admirably. Theatolen goodit were found (
in a market basket, alno ntolen.nt Fred,
j Kailer'n bakery, near the Centro Wheeling
Market Hoiin?, where Maud had left
them while Annio waited for her on '
une the corner. Kailer nayn Maud left the 1
nut*. '"""kft with him, naying that nhe would '
eall for it the next morning. Maud claiuiH, '
wj|j however, that Annio gathered up the ar- 1
20th M** nl houw, and went with her a* :
far a* the corner, and waited until nhe 1
left the banket and contentn. Justice '
Rued Caldwell committed the girl* to jail in 1
unty default of $1,000 bail each, to innure their 1
miiuiariinpii In* at lmartn? tliin
j at 2 o'clock. ^
R,ll~ JIumtkh.?There wero fragments ol
George Wellington, Benjamin Franklin,
. . Piece* of Napoleon, ami a maw of IlrigI
' nam Young, (ieneral Grant ami other
ruay notable* lying on the aiiiowaltc in front of
a Centre Wheeling saloon yesterday
, tuorning. It appears that an Italian
lon 1 Tender of images entered the saloon and
70U into a "pat w'th the tumbler tower
behind the bar. Tho roan . of mixed
. drinks did not ask the ion of sunny Italy
l,Jcl" what he would have, but gave him a
tcr* punch?a punch in the nose, It wan this
,ro?* that raised the dander of the man of plaster
heads,and he had ootgot done saying
jple, what he was going to do about it before
yee- bo wan picking himself up from the
o at- ruins of his fragmentary stock of his
"busted" dignitaries.
who Tnt Committee on Street* and Alleya
on of the City Council were called to meet
m in yeeterday morning and inspect the grade
M of 32d street, but failed to secure a
quorum. <
TmOocra.?U. 8. Darner Cou*i?
lwigeJ. J. Jvbo%,?Tht United Btetee v
>iairictCoort mitetiuchemherein tb? m
?uatom Hoom jeaterdaj morning at 10 r<
('clock. T
On motion 01 Watrict Attorney Ooff, *i
be Merabel ?m ordered to aamrnon a 23
Jrend Jury to meet at 10 a. x.To-daj. t<
Tbe following cams were set for to-dej, ti
ill of tbem being for infrtctiona of the ?<
J. 8. regulatiotu concerning tbe menu- a
ectare or tele ol ipiritaooi liqaore, end tl
noet of tbem cominc from Mirioo end n.
Wet re I coantiei: U. 8. ti. Frenklin w
kevena. indictmeoU 1, 2 end 3; U. 8. w. e
robn Barn*, indictment! 1 end 2; Seme u
ra. Wm. P. Morrii, iodictmente 1 end 2; ?
feme ? . Micbetl MerU, 1,2 end 3; Seme ?.
ra. Joe. Price; Seme Ti. Cbri*. Brenner; b
erne ti. Kcnoon Haught, one indict* d
sent. r
Adjourned till thU morning at 10 a
>'clock. G
? P
Muxicipal C'ooirr?Judge Oranmer. e
Court met at 10 a. m., according to ad- ri
journroent of Tueaday : ?
Io the caaa of Fergtuon, Mead St Co. <>
ft. August Neuhaunen, iu aaaumpait, ti
judgment waa given plaintiffs for $245 43. f<
Adjourned until Saturday morning at 9 <
D'dock. H
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Police CoVkt?Judje Oranmer. "
The following docket wu diapoaed of J:
it th?j police court ywterday morning: ^
John Arthur* aud John Andlinger J
were charged wilh dinorderly conduct. J1
Hie former vu lined $2 aud the latter
|1. Andlinger paid and Arthurs waa i
committed. f
J amen Brown waa fined $o and Hugh '
Boyd ('J for drunkenneaa. Both paid. e
The cktt agalnit Henry Album,charged
with disorderly conduct, ww continued ?
until this morning.
* i
Prjwonal Poiirw.?The name George j
Koih, which appeared in our Council |,
proceeding* Wednesday morning, u in a
applicant for an ordinary license, should ,
have been George Kott. ,
Captain Cbarlea Muhleman, the popu- tl
lar commander of the Wheeling ana Cincinnati
packet, A odea, ii here in attend- j
ance at the Hoard of fiteam Navigation, *
m a delegate from'Wheelirg.?I\iuburfj\
Commercial (laulU.
Major li. 8. Gardner, of Clarksburg, in ?
io the city, on bi? way to attend the Be- r
union of the 23d Ohio regiment at Free- \
mont, Ohio. The23d is President Hayes' t
old regiment, of which Major Gardner j,
waatjfiartermaater. y
CaptN. Ed. Hornbrook, Charley Muhle* t
man, C. li. Booth and John 8. Trimble a
represented Wheeling at the aeasion of t|
the National Board of Steam Naviga- c
lion. I
Mifin Fannie Clark, who has been via. a
iting friend* in this city, yeaterday morn- ^
ing left for ber home in Jersey (Sty, accompanied
l>/ Wi? Mullie Pryor, who
expecta to apend a portion of the winter 1
in New Yorlc, fi
Mian Isadore Pollock left yesterday for a
Philadelphia, whereshe will attend achool n
this winter. _ b
Morrow, of the New Cumberland I rule >
pen/fcnf,and Plattenburg, of the Fairview li
(Courier, came down jrccterday to nee the h
moral part of Cole'* allow. }
John Blatner, who wan neverely stabbed /
a abort time since by Hugh Harris, was 1
on the street for the iirat time yesterday. 8
Melville Hall, a popular boiler at the
La Belle Mill, w&< warmly congratulated
yesterday on being the proud papa of a f<
bouncing baby boy. t
General Bob Love has dropped the *
Mercantile Union and gone back to tem- A
per a nee again.?SleubtnviUe Ilcra'd. c
Plattenburg nod Morrow, of the Han- 5
cock county press, were both at the show /
Inst night, and can't tell on each other H
when they go kome. J
The P. W. A Ky. KoAD.?Tbew has
l*en some speculation over the stoppage
)f work at this end of the P. W. A Ky. "
road, and a great many persona suppose 1
'liftt thn mitn mIviipIp \r\r ItiuliAv varrua . I]
their comrade* at tlie other end of the ?
line did a few rfayssincc. Such in not the b
fact. There has Imen no strike here, and
he strike at WelUburgdid not interfere
in the leant with the work at that end. 0
Mr. Mackin, one of the contractors, wm
in the city yesterday, and makes a very
favorable report of the progress of the ?
work. Helms 170 men at work on the j*
road, and expect to commence trark-laying
next week. Work was suspended
liere in order to increase the force at
Wellaburg. The road-bed here can be
put in good condition in ten days.
Hotel Pwwhaia?Among the late
irrival* at the leading hotels are the fol- *]
lowing: ; e
McLurf?VVm. J. Chase, Newark,Ohio- f
'leorge W. Thomas, Hteubenville, Ohio* }
J. K. Carksadon. Keyser; Judge J. J. ?
Jackson, Parkerxlmrg; Ja*per Y. Moore, r
Jlarksburg; II. if. Whitacre. Steuben- n
nllej. 8. Whiloy, Lancaater, Ohio.
Si. Jamt ?A. H. Fleming, Fairmont;
3. M. Morrow, New Cumberland Initc- ?
xndent; J. W, I'lattenburg, Hancock j|
bounty Courier: D. Schrader, New Mar- p
iviMwille. I,
Slamm?William Dili, I'arkerjiburg: w
M?j. K. H. Gardner, Clarksburg; J. C.
Ilobcrtc, Moundaville; George W. Whitten,
Ktnilhfield, Ohio; K. H. McFarland, ii
I'owhattan.Obio. g
Transfer of Heal Estate.?Tho following
transfer of real eatatfl wan admitted
to record in the office of the Clerk
)f the County Court yesterday:
Deed made April 10, 1877, "by Emma j
\. Glasscock, of Ralls county, Missouri, q
to James White, of Ohio county, W. Va., M
[or all the right, title and interest of the j,
party of the first part in the real estate c
Maimed and held by Mary Glasscock, n
late of Italls county, Misaouri; also all
the right, title and interest in the real
estate claimed and held by the aforeaaid o
Mary Glancock, deceased, in the real es- a
late of Elizabeth White, dccea*ed, late of c
Jhio county, W. Va.; $60. The property r
ih nituateil in thin county, on the waters
>i initio uneciing urccK.
Wiikreah thin being the sad season "
j( the year, which, the poet has told us, is
loo wnrni for whisky punch and too cold
or lager l>cer; i t behooves all good citizens ?
who have a regard for the precepts of our q
'orefathers, and love their country, to c
not Htnnd upon the order of shedding, but
died at once, such head covering or head
{ear, whether they be Leghorn, I'anamn, j,
Mackinaw, hay straw, rye atraw, or any ?
ither kind of atraw. q
Scalp Laid OrRN.?On Wednesday
ivening n young son of Henry l^ohman ?
uid n hoy named Fredericks, both of 11
whom are employed at a gin factory in
South Wheel ing, quarreled while at work
wd went outside to settle the difficulty.
After they had left the building Fredericks
struck Loliman in the head with a .
itone, laying bin scalp open and cutting *
ui ugly ga*h. t The injured boy waa
liken to Dr. Pipe's office for repairs. g
Lunatic AnRi?TKt>.?A warrant was ?
resterdav issued by Justice Caldwell for .
lohn IlelU.ou a charge of lunacy. Belts
ives on Alley F, in East Wheeling, and
las shown signs of derangement for some <
ime past. Constable Price arrested him, .
ind ho wm sent to i^il for a hearing this
norning at 10 o'clock.
Petition# are being circulnte*! along p
he National Road, nsking for the re- rj
nstatemcnt of the old mail route from g;
hi* city to Cambridge, O. m
A coMVKNTiow of the bankers of the a
United State* ia to be held in New York ti
in the 12th, Kith and 14th, and aereral of *
?ur city financier are getting ready to
J?. g T t
A delicate complexion ia beat com* T
>ared to a blooming rose; but when the fl
ountenanc? ia disfigured with Blotches E
tnd Pimplea, llko weeds in a rcae-bed, the V
offerer nhould promptly um Dr. Bull's N
Hood Mixture, which quickly and efectually
eradicates auch unsightly eriIcncea
of impure blood. gi
Coli'i Ctmcm.?Tha drcoa yaatarday
u aiunded by Tut cro*da both tllcrood
lad evening, ud Mr. Colt hu do
iuod to complain of hia nooi her*,
ha totarprlajif proprietor, who ii lh?
Dongtat man Is tha boiiocu, being only
> ?t?n ol age, hu I<|| nothing ondooa
) carry ont hia pladgaa to tha public,
ad no Mntimtnt la felt by hia patrona
tcapt that of plaaanre at hia tforla to
tur to their amnaeotnt. Tha ailihion
ioclodea under on? manigtment a
icasgvriv, ciiran ina nippoarome, acu
e cad ?; without exaggerating that
rery department ii firat clan. The
tots are lofty, commodiooi and
ell ventilated, and the reserved seats
re undoubtedly the moat comforta*
le of an/ circaa that has visited the
it/. All the officials connected with the
ut Hippodrome are moat obliging aod
Durteoua. The performance of Mr.
feorge Conklin in the den of liom aod
anthers via one of the beat we bare
rer witnessed, and Mr. Frank Gardiner
ode really brilliantly. Young Leon in
ii fire-horn act wu, to say the leant,
nmense, and Mr. James Campbell in hia
remendoua summersault* over 16 horaeeJ
lirly brought down the hoaae. 1'eihape
tie beat thing in the whole circui wu
be performance of the two ponice, "Bat*
srfly" and "Hampty Damptj^ on the
tee taw." It wu a marrel to see two
mall creatures exhibit the aagacity that
bene little ponies did. The comicalities
f GrimaJdJ Adams, the clown, were not
be least interesting portions of the en?
srtainment The bareback riding of
Vm. 0*DaIe wu admired by everyone,
'rank Gardner wu a good bounding
>ckey. The. female gymnut wu par
xcellence in her line.
At the close of the circa* a ?err fine
oncert was given?a concert, by the way,
ir superior to anything of the kind ever
/ore given under curiu in thii city,
'be programme consisted of songs and
ances bjr burnt cork artiste, comic songs
a white faces, etc. A rare curiosi tr was
Uo introduced here?the mermaid, a
roman fish, eating and drinking under
rater in inch a way as to almost Jetd one
9 believe she was amphibious.
The show exhibits in Cameron fo-dav.
t if something which every one*ihould
ee, and seeinglbe delighted.
Kabbow EacaPE.?On Wednesday
lorningsome men were at work blasting
ock on the hill near the old Washington
fill coal bank, in South Wheeling, and
large rock escaped from them and roil*
ng down the hill passed clear through
imeon Woodruff's house, jumping over
be stove in ita passage. The stone waa
bout three feet square and ten inches
bick. A short time previous a small
bild of Woodruff's had been playing on
be floor, directly where the rock struck,
nd would no doubt have been inatantly
illed if it had not moved.
Temp*ba*ce at Foobtii Stbeit.?
"he temperance meeting at the Fourth
treet M. E. Church la?t night was well
ttended. Mrs. Dr. Keily conducted the
aeeting, and short addresses were made
y Messrs. Bofo Love, Wash Bsggs, Bob
larahall, Wm. Garner and Harry HoU
iday. A temperance meeting will be
eld at the Island Church to-niglit, when
5. O. Cracraft will deliver an address,
it Oil's Hall ?n Saturday night Kev. E.
lyan, of Charleston, W. Vs., and Caleb
iylvis, of this city, will spesk.
u. H. Dmtbict Court Jcbobs.?The
allowing juroni hate been summoned for
he United States District Court, and
rill meet thin morning: Wm. 8. (Joehorn,
Vm. II. Irwin, T. O. Smith, T. P. Shallroan.
T. H. Logan, H. K. List, Jeremiah
lason, J. K. Hubbard, Louis C. Btifel,
i. W. Campbell, L.S. Delaplain, Kobert
impHon.M. K. Hobbs, J. A Campbell,
ohn McLure, John B. Lukens, Charlrs
f. Collier.
Col. Love, of Steubenville, who has
ten a close observer all his life, thinks
hat a young man may be a college gradlate,
a champion oarsman, and wear a
ive liundred dollar diamond pin, and yet
e unable to obtain a position in a beer
aloon, because he doesn't understand the
xt of drawing twenty gallons of beer out
f an eight-gallon keg.
Attention is called to the announcement
in our advertising columns of a
oht |k?cketbook. The book contained,
esides a check.and some money several
nicies which are very highly prized by
lie loser, and are of no value to the findr.
It is to be hoped that the person
rho was seen to pick up the pocketbook
rill return it promptly.
Wheeling ButchktV Abbociation.?
'he Wheeling Batchers' Association has
lectcd the following officers : President,
v.? u?:.r? t?
fedick; Treasurer, George Zoeckler;
)irectors?Martin Fischer,George Schad,
Ackennan, F. Weiner, Charles Loefler,
Win. Burkle, August Zoeckler.
1'homi*t Patmmt.?'The Franklin Intirnnce
Company, in accordance with
heir nsual promptness, has adjusted and
mid J. M. Brodie their proportion of his
)ss by the fire of Thursday night of last
reek.
The inmates of a Market itreet boardng
house get off the following in lieu of
r?ce at every meal:
"Nov I rit me down to eat
This bub of ancient chopped up meal;
U I should choke upou a tack.
1 pray the cook to pound my back."
A warrant was yesterday issued by
he Clerk of the Municipal Court for one
Hlare, a ticket seller lor Cole'u circus,
'ho stands charged with using abusive
inguage toward Wm. Richardson. The
a<e will be tried at the police court this
Homing.
Watermelons are sold in the streets
f New York at from two to seven cents
piece, a price which does not pay the
ost of freight. In Wheeling the price
anges from ten to thirty cents. x
The Fifth Ward temperance people
rill have an old-fashioned experience
leeting in Parkers' Hall on 8unday afjrnoon
next.
Tuere never has been a better prost
?ct for a large supply and excellenuality
of oysters than there ia for the
oming fall and winter.
The Judges and Clerks of the election
eld August 7th will be paid off this
torning by the Cierk of tho Board of
lommiHsioners.
The dramatic season at the'Hamilton
Ipera House will be opened on the 28th
iHt. with the Worrell Sisters as the atraction.
The "Baby's Best Friend" is the most
ppropriate title for Dr. Bull's Baby syrp.
It is absolutely free from Opium,
lnrphia and other powerful agents, is
erfectly safe and reliable under all cirumstances
and by allaying tho usual
tomach and Bowel Disorders of Babr
ood keeps the child from fretting and
rying, bo injurious in itself and annoyig
to all. Price 25 cent*. cUw
Till 14th anniversary of the TurnverIn
next Monday promises to be a splenid
affair.
mimical instnumxiria at half 1\ icb
. large lot of violin*, guitars, ih 'e?,
iccolos, flageolets, accordeons, t*muoines,
clarionets, concertinos, mouth or*
ins and other small inurnment*, for
lie at half price at Sbeib'a Music Store,
lain Street. This is a bona title offer,
nd if you want a bargain now is the
mo to select one, aa the goods must be
)UL ?
Tn* following officers have been elect1
for the ensuinr vear for the Pittsburgh
urner circuit: ilnt Bpeaker, Augustus
lolf; Secretary, C. A. Schaefer; Cashier,
dward Meise; Advisors, Charles Hiricb,
fm. Romer, Wm. Meigge and Jacob
'U08#'
Th* Wheeling City Band has been enaged
by the Turaera lor Monday next.
Motrrz Enm k Co., Philadelphia, col]
According to jour letter I fn
hare teolyzedthe bottle of roar Imported rfr,
Dutch Bitten, tad am certify that It eon* to .
iliu of bo other ingredient! bat neh u
re well choeen, htrtaJeetand itrenethen*
lot. I
It In rigor* U? the itomoeh, itope crenpe inc.
tod lit mild phnie^ raij
Iteantherefote be recommended in cue* t
of weftluteMof the ttomteh tnd directive ?i_
orgeat, m well u eotUrtnett tad til com- -.5
pltintt of the bowelt. j* '
Dm BHOCKCNHOFP, icK
Practicing Phyiieitn and Borteon. wo
.Vrr Vork, June lOfA, 1877. ma
For ttle ia til Drag Btorea. Btu
?? e
Tnacircui did not create much excite* Go!
meat, became the whole popalttton are I1U
looking toward the arrival of the Mill* Me
tarr Band. The Wet tern piper* tpetk Eaj
to highly of their concert! tnit we really Me
think oar eitiient are going to bare lome Rii
'gtlt dayi. }
feel
~ Th* cheapen Grey Flannel in the city, j
at 0. G. Both'*. tioi
Wbxssvxk the Heaaian Military Band jj
bu piren concert! they were ra-angaged. JJJ
The beat proof of thair value an artists j
is the immense bouaea they drav. raj
tar
Gens' fine shoea of the latest atjlea }
just received at L. V. Blohd*. t(V<
^ ? Col
Th* Turoera from SteubenTille. Pitts- (
burgh Mnd Johnstown wilJ be welcomed 0f ,
by the Wheeling Tornera at the depot in
Bridgeport. They will participate in the Mr
street procession on Monday morning if a
they arrive in time. (
Dbt Good*, Drv Good*, new Fall jjj.
Good*, juat received at G. G. Roth'*. ?
The Hessian Military Rand will ar* P
rite to-day. Assembly Hall will be tbeir
hcAiin narlora
?? , , , JJ
Break down ra Prices.?Drea Goods can
3 cento, Black Kid Gloves 35 cent* and **'
Carpets an cheap as 15 cents. Tie/ bare
to be sold to raise money now. wsi
J. w. Febrel.
Look it the programme of the Mili* ^
tary Band Concert, which takes place
to-morrow afternoon. 1
Good Canton Flannel at eight cents per r
yard at G. G. Koth's. B
Da. e. A. fabqcrab^ medic a to t
Crackers, for the relief and care o( V
every form of dyspepsia, or other fane*
tional disease of the stomach and bowels,
as well as all sympathetic affectioni <
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 nrinci- A
pies are so combined as to affect the sys?
tem by insensible action, which gives a a
quick', healthy and complete digestion,
cures the disease by removing the cause.
For sale by druggists and grocers gener? ,
ally. _
Flannels, Jeans and Woolens of all
kinds, as (heap as last fall and in some '
cases cheaper, notwithstanding the high **
price of wool, at G. G. ItothV, 2100 Main
street, South Hide.
The finest shoea kept in the citv at ev
l. v. Blond 0.
Down ! Down ! Down ? Another ?
break down in prices of Dry Goods and u
Carpeta. Bound to sell at some price
whether the mills run or not. Corner
Main and 20th streets.
j. w. ferrel. _j
If you want to get suited in a pair of C
shoes eo to L. V. Hloito'h- W
Break down in prices of Dry Goods
and Carpets. Now in your time. Call
and price. Got to sell. f
J. W. Ferrel. ?
The Cheapest Koop ia the Gravel "v
Roop.?GoorgeG'rumbacker, of tbia city. Jui
in now fully prepared to put on gravel
roof* in the moit improved method, and
warrants hia work to give satiafaction, (
both as to resisting fire and turning water. f<
The tar used is put through a process
that frees it from oil and benzole, and no Y
matter how great the heat, it will not
run. It is equally efficient in roofs of
every conceivable pitch. Mr. Crumbacker
keeps on hand roofing cement and ce- Ofl
ment for tanks and sidewalks of the best
quality, which he oflers for sale at the 1
lowest rales. This roof ha? stood fifteen -to
years in this city. Li
Address me through the poetoffice or
call at my establishment, head of
Eightconth and Woods streets. All ordera
promptly attended to. No
?? [
Jmrr received, a lot of Children's Shoes ~
of the latest styles, at L. V. Blond's. t1
Carpets! Carpets!'CarpetsI It is a J
well settled fact that tho cheapest Car- qm
pets and Dry Goods in the city are found
at J. W. Ferrel'b, I
Corner Main and 20tb St. w
^? r
The cheapest ?hoea in the city at U
l. V. blond'u.
Good Black Kid Glovea for 35 eta., at 1'
J. W. Ferhel'b.
Reliable help for weak and nervous J
snfferers. Chronic, painful, and proalra- 1
ting diseases cured without medicine.
PuTvermacher's Electric Belts the grand
desideratum. Avoid imitations. Book *?
and Journal, with particulars, mailed
free. Address Pulvermicher Galvan- _n
io Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. d&w ^
Ask Yourself tiiebe Questiohs.?
Are you a despondent sufferer from
Sick Headache Habitual Costiveneaa, Palpitation
of the Heart? Have you Dixri- I
ness of the Head? Is your NervousSya* n
tem depressed ? Does your Bloo<l circu* ?
late badly? Havo you a Congh? Low fT
Spirits? Coming un of the food after JL
eating ? &c., &c., All of these and much Or
more are the direct renulta of Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint and Indigestion.
Green's Auodst Flower is now acknowledged
by all Druggists to be a 0
positive cure. 2,400,000 bottles were ^
given away in the U. 8. through Drug*
girita to the people aa a trial. Two dose* M*
will aatiafy an^ pernon of its wonderful
quality in curing all forma of Indigea- jn
tion. Sample bottlea 10 centa. Regular (mi
aize75centa. Sold poailively by all tirat *?}|
cla?a Druggists in U. 8. eod un(j
. cbJ
. 0
liver New*. gen
The marka laat night indicated 3 feet St
5 inchea, and falling alowly. m?i
The llornbrook left for Parkeraburg
at luj A. M. ,0,
The O'Neal, Phaeton and Telegram nr- boo
rived and departed a? uaual yeaterday. J?Jj
The Science will bo this morning's *je
Parkeraburg boat. tat
The Iron Valley left Cincinnati laat
Sunday, for "Wheeling, Hying light, andia n\\
about two daya overdue here. T
The aituation at the wharf remains jj <
practically unchanged. No improvement oln
in buaineaa ia expected until there ia a 0
good boating atage of water in the river. J5J
Capt. W. (J. Collin haa purchaaed the
Mollie Gilbert (not the Minnie, aa re- T
ported), deliverable to him in a few daya. x{
He will alaopurcluuoa barge and engage I
in the towing trade. ..
The firat Clipper engine waa uaed on YJ
the ateamer Clipper in 1845,Capt. Nelaon
Crooks.
The John L. IUioatU iaatill plying aa t
a low water packet between Cincinnati ?
and Madiaon. T
The> following arc the orlgnai name, ol ^
the Ohio river : In 1072 a map (attrlbu- ta
te<l to LaSalle) calli the Ohio bj the Iro- Sto
<luoii name oi "Olighin Hipen," or aa ?IJ'
called by the Ottawa., "The lieautilul &
S'iV \ ^"P ?' 1087 ?ll? it "Doco" ma
or "Albacha" (Ohio or Webaab), A
Dotch map ot 1708 call. it "Oubach."
A map ol 1710 makea the Ohio and Wa. =r
buh oo? river, and calla It "0 0." In ft
1711 it u called "Ochio," In 1719 it ia
kd "8?hoqo?|o," ud iltar that the
inch nuned it "kballe," or boaatUol
ir, tad finally tlx bum Killed down
Jw void "Ohio."?DiipotaL
[irliWI
"mntrioB, September S.-Riw 7
bee ud lilLiij. Weailar cloudy and
n j.
ivinrnii, 8epttmb*r Raised all
hi ud cloudy to-day. Mercury M to
degree*. Hirer ! feet, Urge ud f venal
the riflle. Dowo?Nature. Johnand
Oallaa. Up-M. Smith, 6laMa.
Nail Qt/ ted to*, Dora Cobber,
lioeee moderate.
tt. Locta, September I?Ar/ired?
Iden Eagle.Keokuk; Mejer aad Dalle,
JJ011 nrtr; u*TieM, joiner; Belle,
mpbb, Memphis. Dep?rt*d?Golden
|le, Keokuk; Howard. New Orleaw;
wer. Peoria: Capital City, Vlckabarf.
rer fallen 2 inches. Goody aad warm.
(AiHtill*, September 6.?Hirer two
l on ihoale and rising.
izMFBU, September 6.?Hirer staaarj.
Weather rainy aad oool.
xjvuyillm, September 6.?Biter fall,
with three feet in canal Weather
n y.
fawOiLilm, September 6.?Weather
ny and warm. >o arrivals or deparM.
iICKOXJBO, September 6.?Heavy rain
lay tnd itill raining lightly. Up?
orado. None down.
lino, September 6.?Arrired?Belle
Bhrcreport, New Orleans. Departed
Jelle ol 8hrereport, St Louis. River
en (eeteigfat incbee and rising. Weathfair.
hscorvATl,September 6.?Hirer three
t nine incbee and stationary. Weather
>1 and cloudy.
R0FES8I0NAL CAROS.
jENTlflTBY.
U uTim %n them wanting Dottotry don# lo
on DR. OAJ9CIBE, *bm ihcy caa hart u?th
raetcd whboat Dm iltjhl wia tad acv tMdi
, la not lo U known tnm tba aaiatml tMtk.
i t* worn wllh coca fort tod mm. All cmm
mated. Ofltn Ma 43 Fourteenth street, tor>f
Market* . J?H
lOBEBT WHITE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WHEEU50, W. VI.
ima-At torn*7 Gfnend'i Ofiof, CapUoL
!Z?
OHN J. JAC6B,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
}flice in People's Bank Building, corner
Main and Twelfth street*. apg
DALLAS EWING,
TTORNEY AT LAW,
Ko. 64 TflUTB 81.,
Iffi WHEELING, W. VA.
^ J. W. COWDEN,
ttorney at La w.
Office-No. 1233 ChatuxbBt.,
WHEELING, W. VJL
'Toupt itUnUon to all bodoMi antnuted to my
*. J#7_
> fl. COCHRAN,
I.
fVttoi-noy at Law.
, 1250 CHAPLW* STEMT,
el WHEELING. W. V*.
I C. OLMSTED, M. D.,
IOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Omci-No. u Fornuam Br.
WHEELING, W. VA.
iffica Hoan?8 to 10 a. w. lto ? r. tc dd
^ILLIAM PHILIPS,
itioc of the Pflioe & Real Estate Afltnt,
No. 60 Twelfth Bt., WHMttnre.
lollrctloni ol ill kind* midj aad promd*
inaptly remitted. jtf
yU. n. HEABNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ice with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
Street. Office up Btairt.
n30
jANIEX LAM B,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
. 13W Market Street, (over City Bank.)
e4 Wheeling, W. Va.
I J; HUGUB,
Ittorney at Law.
Ea 71 Tvdflk fltred, Whuling, W, Va.
*ractice? in theConrtiof Ohio,
a lyter coanuea, W. Va. novl7 '
jANIELPECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
104 Chapllna 8treet, Whaaliaf, W. Va.
?
AMES L. IIAWLEY,
Morchandl?o Broker
And REAL ESTATE AO EST.
.Ixmdi negotiated lor Leu den and Borrow en.
1220 Mais BTUST.
>H
INCH 4 THOMPSON,
I
ATT0RNEY8 AT LAW,
1206 CHATUX* BIBKT.
loom No. 1 Odd Fellow* Building?op italra.
u2S
10 CAPITALISTS
Partleiof Sntll Klin Dttlraui if
Eagiglaa la flrapa Gnwla),
Call Mlilngor Market
Girdialag,
n account ot advanced in I in dedroua o(
nging my reddence. and therefore offer for tale
farm dtaated oppodte the city of Wheeling, on
river bank, midway between Bridgeport and
rtla'a Ferry,and Immediately adjoining tho rill
of ^Etnaville. The property comma of 60
of hill and table land and 1& of river bottom,
tho hill there are two aeami of coal, &% aaaSM
i thick, three depodU of llmeetone, an 8 foot
oof cloee texture aand or Iree atone, an IB foot
a of marl, which altogether make a toll and an
ledymg bed of depodts of a rich and valuable
>o the surface, the larger portion of which Ilea
Uy aloping to the eaat, and all under direct exare
to the ana, la a Vineyard of 86 acrea, moatly
awba grapea, allin flae bearing condition, about
to yeara old, which baa proven Itaalf able to pay
indeoma percent to the cultivator.
be property la being approacbod above and baby
an advancing tide or penona eeeklng email
iMteadi, and la now really the only unoccupied
itorv between Bridgeport and Martln'a Ferry,
i valuable aa an lnveatment for capital eeeklng a
i purchaae, and valuable to thoae who want margardening
ground cloee to the dty. It fronta
Btlfully upon the river and command* a view of
dty, the laland and the whole aoesery of the
ey.
be terma of aale will be onadhlrd caah, balance
wo annual pay men ta. 8 per cent Interaat on de*
ed payment*. For further pertlculara Inquire
RICHARD CRAWFORn
um premlaee, or by null at Bridgeport, Ohio.
D. PBAGER,
'RACTICAL DECORATOR,
Churchea, Halls, Stores and Dwelling*
Fresco and Plain Paper Hanging.
No. 42 12th 8t, WHEELING, W. VA.
ny24
ARGE8T STOCK OF MEATS IN THE
I STATE.
beater Ham*, Um beat aad moat nibble Ham*
the market; Bujar Cored Sbomldera, Plain i
olden, Sugar Cured Break fail Bacon, dear
m. lfeae Pock, Family Park, Bump Pork, Pur* |
FLard la Here**, Barnla, Ball farreU, Kefa,
la and Half Pal la. Our own Product-eupvtor
ny In th* market. He rtak of toe* and damat*
be dealer In haodUnj our meai*. Price* are
i it bottom.
LOT, DAYKMPOBT A FABI8.
ROOMS?300 DOZEN FANCY. VA1
BIOUB alaeajaet received and for ml*by
mTiuULLT, 19* aad UU Mala 8U
*TOVC> ti HARDWARE
The Cheapest
Tlie Best
Hie Largesl
COOK STOVE
U tki llirtrt U ti. CtUbrwd
VALLEY STAR.
BENJAMIN FISHER,
STAR FOUNDRY.
A grwt witty of other Cook 8tor? &
wtjt on hind #**AU Siotm prnnUtd.
Mirbdlzid Iron tMl Slatt lintik.
FrttttoM m4 814* HoartK U.
\ Ctll, eztnino tnd mc prleoi befor? pv.
j chMlsf jwrtgt mrb
g r. CALDWELL.
Marble, Slate & Iron Mantlet,
common unucs, iui ana au klndi of
Terra Cotta gooda.
GdvuiUtd Iron Work ind Tin
Roofing,
TOGETHER WJTH A COMPLETE is
BGBTMEHTOF
COOKING STOVES
And E?dn Forniahinr Good*. We call
tpecial attention to the
Peerlsu Radiator Shaking Grab
The uott complete Grate in the market
It ean be teen ia operation in Mr. Fruk
Coen'i fine residence on the Ialand. Call
and n amine.
1907, 1509 * 1811 Main Street,
WtfB.tO.E.B.Pepot art
^RE YOU GOING TO MOVE?
Don't Ton Want t
NewCookStove
The BEST and CHEAPEST ETT0VE8 IS
THE MARKET can be fonnd at
No. 1425 Main St
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON
AND OTHEB
First-Class Stoves,
Can now be bought Cheaper than erer
before.
ALL STOVES WARE A NT ED TO TLBA&&
Don't /ail to call and aee onr atock Ufore
purchasing.
JOSEPH BELL & CO
ARLINGTON OTOVE WOBK8,
No. 1425 Main St., Whxkluo, W. Va.
mrl3
jQOMESTIC
GASOLINE COOKING STOVE.
The DKit Economical and^Conrenlent Store la tb?
NO SMOKE, NO*SOOT, NO DIRT.
It ia light tod portable and eacQy morni by cm
peraon. Can be uaed In the Sitting Boon, Klttbea
or oat of doora. JUST THE THING f OB BUM*
MEB USE. Will Bake better than any Coal a
Wood Btore, u the heat Ii onllonn and oull/ rtf
ulaUd. Will Boaat all kind*of Meata, Fowu, it
In abort thla"8tore will do all klndaof work tint
can bo doo? on any Cooking Store or Bange, and a
shorter time, u the Store can be lighted and radr
for use In two minutes. The Oreo can be ban*
ready lor Baking in Are minute*. Urn nnoboi
are now In uao in different parts of the country,
glrlng entire aatlilaction. The St ore can be w?ii
J. a PAYNE'H, Aral
nj2> ? 1414 Market 81, Wbaig?
JACOBSNYDER
1405 MAIN A 1404 SOUTH ST&,
Keep* the lamat itoek of IBON and HEATT
HABOWABB in the State. Hi* atork J
W?od Wort, Sprlig., Axlet, VtrtliW.
Pllltl, &o?
la not pi celled by any eatibllahment within t hodred
alia of Wbeellnr.
Carriage and Wagon Manutactnroa will fisd tt
to thoir Intereat ti glre him a call.
Aim on hand, LAND TLA8TEB of a nperM
uallty. bt>
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JJ8TABUSIIED IN 1837.
J.MKLM5 TiltX. | ff.B. H04HD. A- *
VANCE, HUGHES & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
VANCE fc A0AM8 tnd C. D. KNOX k CO.
Uaxmfactaren and Jobber* o(
Boots and Shoes,
N?. 1301 MkIii 8t,Wliiellng,W.Vi.
JaS _
The Argonaut Mills,
FORMERLY
THE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS
MAKU7ACTCER
Yarns, Jeans and Flannels.
YARN EXCHANGED FOR ?'00U
DALZKLL A LWT,
mrS9 WIHIUKO, W. V'_i_
DUPONT'S
UHiaaIimm DauiiIav incnr.v.
vwiiooiiiiy ruvvuci
I Hive It ill limn In mjeilaea
took of the above otlibrcM Po**"1
viz: Rifle, Sporting (la oim . "J
nd Nlnlag, Id metallo package*1,11 ,
I will tell it wholesale at min?r?et?""
prima. I have Portable Mil"'"""
different ilzea for shipping and "*J""
er flree on oara or boat. Thle Po??
la UDiqualed In strength tni fl1""1''
J?ll n. HKII.I.V.
TTEAT8 AND
ifl Cuml Cumed Hanu, Hu??r c?"? g*.
aSSgls
?I Lml Lull, 10 Tltmi, B*mU ?nd ? "
Xtft ud Pill* >11 it low?? ""^"JeSj-T.
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