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09o? ZS A 27 Foorleonth U??t.
V It \&W A OAMPUKLL,
publuhbu AMD prorubtou.
U i;i)> KNIMV, Oi l. a, 1*77.
The Baltimore wheat market fount!
ilet'lf at the end of the month with a "cor*
ner" on hand, which wan arranged on n
Imiriof 153. Ten TC*"*la of an aggregate
capacity of 300,000 bushel*, were
waiting car hoc*.
mm Corson, in her |?aru|ilalet on din*
tier* for the poor, or, iw i-lie entitle* it,
"Fifteen Cent Dinners," very jusllj calls
attention to the use of macaroni; and she
urge* the value of Imrley, beans and i>ea*,
.. when cooked in broth.
The everlasting work of nominating
Mr. Hcndricks for tho Presidency will
begin again now, and will he briek by
hju'IIh till the Democratic Convention
..<>?(. iciun 'n.? i.n..kl? ...:n i...
to keep tip after the Convention meet*.
The (allure of Frank Leslie, the publisher,
in a bad one. Hid liabilities are
$330,131 52;hin nominal assets aro $230"
308 C5, with an actuul value of $76,106,03.
Ilia debts range from $-16,055 to $80,000,indJrun;thowholegamutolinBoivercy
from merchandise and real estate accotintn
to unpaid board bill*.
Tnu ravages of yellow fever at Fernandina
must be terrible indeed, when, out
of 1,(132 inhabitant*, 203 are now lying
nick of the disease, ami nearly 000 have
been attacked since the epidemic broke
out. For half the population of a town
to have been prostrated with sickness
within a month mean!) a v.int deal of dea?
titutiun it ml suffering.
Hcoo attended Thiers' funeral, though
for forty yearn there had been a coolness
between them,so that when they met at
the Academy they bowed but did not
speak. In 1S3U they happened to be discussing
1703 from different standpoints.
"Hah,you can never have read the 'History
of ihe Involution'" said Thiers. 4,I
never <lid your*," aflid Hugo, and they
parted.
A. fkienu, who i* now staying at Kume,
lella the editor of the London Truth that
it w?? deemed very difficult to break to
the I'ojmj the newa of the death of Thiere;
it wax feared leaf the demise of the veteran
ntatepinan might prove a severe shock
to Hid Holiness. Cardinal Simeoni,
however, undertook the task, when the
Holy Father pimply shid, <AA Rood riddance."
The Democratic candidate for Governor
of Wisconsin is a lVlice Court
Judge, and when he waa asked about resigning
he Haid: ' Inasmuch an 1 was
nominated without seeking the oflice, and
against my wishes, I shall remain on the
bench, I see no impropriety in it." The
Judge Bays his candidacy won't make any
difference in the number of days he puts
into a pentence.
It is oilicially announced, that Right
R.-v .1 <mtM (iililinrm Iti^h.m nf Tiirti.
month, expects to preach his farewell peruion
in the Cathedral of his present episcopal
nee on Sunday, the 11th of October.
He w ill then go to Baltimore and assume
the title of Bishop of Annapolis and Coad
j i tor to his Grace Most He v. Archbishop
Hay ley.
O.ne of the peculiar features of the
Ohio campaign is that at least one sample
of each of the very numerous kinds
of Democrats they produce in that State
has come forward to put in a plea for the
platform and 'the ticket. What little
ground the resolutions left uncovered has
been attended to by the most versatile lot
of speakers ever let loose in a ningle
State. Not only hare JSwittg and Morgan
talked for soft money, but Pendleton
has spoken for resumption and Henry B.
Payne lias appealed to the Greenbackers
and Workingrnen to "stand together with
the Democratic party for the defense of
the legal-tender notes," while Durbin
Ward has been Uour.dering about in a
wafte of coin and paper, crying for help.
The Salt Lake Tribune publishes a list
of tho divorces granted by the Probate
Court of that place, and it foots up in the
thousands. * It is estimated that quite
5,000 divorces have been granted by the
twenty Probate Courts of Utah, and most
of them were to parties in the States and
some in Canada. Among them is Brick
Pomeroy, whose matrimonial ventures
seem to have fbeen unfortunate. It has
l)?f?n Oftintf nil fnr aovornl >oi?
been ho quietly conducted by professional
divorce lawyera in tbc leading citiea, who
bad the r.eceaaary legal connections in
Utah, that the public bad no knowledge
of the wholesalo separation of ill-assorted
married pairs that waa flourishing among
the Mormon*. It'a aotne satisfaction to
know that theao divorces have been aet
aside by the courts of the States whenever
brought to the judicial teat.
Wheeling Furnislio* Sun FrnticIhco
with a l'Hiiili<lHle lor NilpervUor.
f*n Fratidsco Wtrwn Utter.
Thoman S. Acheron is the Democratic
candidate for Supervisor of the Eighth
Ward. Hia in an excellent nomination,
which he did not seel:. Prominent citizen*
in the ward pointed him out n* an i
available candidate of ability, ami entirely
worthy of the office. The leading men
of the Democratic Convention, among
wliom were Kugene Casaerly and Frank
McCoppin, recommended him, and he
waa nominated accordingly, fluch endorsement*,
carefully nml prudently
given, after due inquiry and consideration,
ia conclusive evidence that ho will
honor the position. Mr. Achraou ia a
member of the iirm of Nye Achtaon,
and baa by hia energy and ability brought
the firm to it* preaent prominent poaition
itnd prosperity1 Having conducted hia
own buiinean well, ho furnishen the l>e*t
possible evidence of hia capacity to look
after that of the tax-payers. A gentle*
111 aii i?j ruiicniion nna culture, wiih uio
l**?t nocial Htirrcuindin^fi, lie will make a
creditable Hu|>?rvi?or;
Mr. I). II. Armwboho, whom (lovernor
I'helpi haa appointed to Huccccd tliu
late Senator lioffj, of Mimiouri, in an ardent
believer in the fnturo of the Wentern
Democracy. lie look* for a defeat
under an Kantern candidate in 18S0, hut
expect* that then, under tlic new appointment,
tho Went will obtain control of the I
convention and make tho platform and
nomination*.'
A i?:?auj?iko hoiue mintrenM, like the
rent of tin, h?w her weak and ntrong
point*, tho weak point bring her cofl'ee
and her ulron# point tho butter.?J'hilaA
UulUtin.
I'KOTKHTANTINM KCNPOXMIII.fc
FOIl < OMJU SMJI.
Kvlrnct Irom a Irctnrt* bj Hp v.
FHlhpr (allngliaii at lliicltiiiatl
Minduj Mglit.
Nobody in the leant convernaat with
the development of eocial theories can
doubt that the creed of modern Communi?iii
U legitimately descended from Uic
I*rotPf*tant Reformation. It in the taut
and complete nocial formula, in which are
condenited and enahrined all the wild re*
ligiou* errora of modern hereby. It in
the la*t atage of thediseane of tbeaocial
body which wan generated three centuriett
ago. iJo you doubt it7 Examine
the leading principle of I'roteatantiam,
liMen to the Khibboleth with which it
| prociitinipo iiH uunu, mau wnrngaintu
the parent and preserver of social order,
j pence and happiness, and all doubt will
by removed. The new princi pie, the new
poison of the sixteenth century, wan only
the iteration of society's impotent re*
solve to cast ofl ull divine authority and
j to live without God. Thin was u step
even beyond Pagan lawlesiinen. No one,
I before the anarchic revolution of Luther,
had ever dared to teach that man had a
rijhl to rebel against divine authority. It
was a delirium that had never troubled
the brain of the lowest and vilest of heathen
teachers. It wan reserved for the
Protestant Reformation to proclaim a
definitive emancipation of the creature
from the law of the Creator and make
him a law unto himself. "The boasted
Hupremacyof tho individual conscience,"
ox a Protestant lecturer recently observed,
" and its complete independence of all external
authority," date from that baneful
religion* movement. It made man
his own master, owing allegiance to neither
(loci nor society, to no power but
himself.
The reign of authority, on Protestant
premises and by the force of a Protestant
syllogism, denounced and branded as
the dee pent curse of man, as a Popish
usurpation, was finally closed, The Reformers
laid hands of benediction upon
the pernicious and ever wideuing error
that liberty and authority are necessarily
in a state of conflict. '1 his error, exalted
to the dignity of a dogma of religion,
was accepted with hosannas of enthusiasm
Rhouted by the whole army of human
passions. From that moment Socialism
became the earth born Messiah of
the future.
Nothing can bo more evident than this,
that if a man can judge for himself in
questions of the soul, a fortiori, lie can do
it in every thing else. So Rationalism,
Socialism and Communism have their
logical root in Protestantism. They are
troublesome, execrable, but inevitable resuits
of the abolition of authority and
the religious consecration of the right of
private judgement. The moment a man
is accountable for his opinions only to
his own conscience he may us well be one
thing ns another, a rutlian as well as a
faint.The Protestant Reformation tanglit
him aiuung other strange lessons that are
bearing strange fruit in our day, that liberty
lo err is man's hiehentcnru! nnrf frpp.
dom from error the only zeal bondage.
So impudent a sophism lind never before
been whispered in the world. But the
whisper soon grew into a roar; as every
vicious element caught the glad tidings,
this evangel new on earth, but older than
creation; for it was the creed which the
lirst Communist, Satan, who would make
himself like (>od, preached to the rebel
angels. From that hour the whole fabric
of authority in the world was shaken
and shattered. That principle of private
judgement .-ays even the PioU^anl
Church Review, destroyed authority, made
Kovernmcnt impossible, supplanted order
by social chaos and prepared the final
dissolution of human society. When it
is touched, broken or moved from its
place, society remains no longer a sacred
temple. It is a mass of ruin sinking
daily more and more into disintegration
ami decay.
We freely admit that it wan not the intention
ol the leaders of I'rotestantism
to deny obedience to all rfuthority. But i
we are reaping only what th?y bo indus - i
triously sowed. Their fundamental doctrine
was quickly imported from thel
spiritual into the political upbore, with
results of which we are all acquainted
in the fiendish outbreaks of European
Communism. The chaos in the spiritual
order in which the minds of men were
thrown by the " Frankenstein" of private
judgement had necesHarily its counterpart
in the temporal order. Social
right* and duties are sanctioned and upheld
solely by divine authority. It is
their only support and safeguard. When
this i.? taken away, society to be consistent
must give free play to the revolutionary
doctrines of the Commune. It
is the social parallelism (IT Protestantism.
The world, through the first pulpits of the
Reformation, when the-e pulpits spoke of
the divine authority of the Church, but
echoed the words of the Jews before Pilate's
house. " We will not have this King
longer over us:" and Communism logically
tells this world to-day, "Thenyou
mil(ttaccept the last congequencea of your
rebellion against Uod, and with these
consequences accept as your kingtho red
chirted and red-Hugged Cnwar of the gut*
ter."
Ah, niv friends,thin conclusion if reached
by nolabored chain of reasoning. Independence
of authority crista not at all,
or it exists wholly and entirely. Allow
it in the region of religion, and then one
by one supernatural truths are dissolved,
and you have unbelief; you liavo the bold,
blasphemous int'ulelity, which to-day sits
like a chattering ape behind every altar of
Protestantism, mocking and laughing
away from the minds of its hearers its contradictory
doctrines. It is this dissolving
process that lias not only made Communism
possible,but given it a giant strength.
It is rooted in the hearts of men, from
which Protestantism has swept spiritual
submission. It is its own progeny rising
with bloody hands to strangle Protestant
society, which in its blindness has cast
away ail arum of defense but tho bayonet
of the soldier. Carlisle npoke" tho
truth when, after reviewing the fruits
of Protestantism in modern society, which
ho called a Golgotha, he said it was only
anarchy plus the policeman. When the
policeman falls by thehnml* of those who
demand an equality in the material order?which
is just as defensible as equality
in the intellectual order?society
reaches the last consequence of the principles
of Protestantism in the triumph of
the Commune; and, if we aro to judge of
it by the nature and the shamelessly
avowed principles of the International
Society?the most comnact orjjjaniiation
of CoiumnnistH?that triumph is tho supremacy
of all anti-Christian lawlessness.
It menu* a swift, headlong descent to
I'nganism. It will give only Greek gifts
to the world?reason without revelation,
intellect without faith, will without
f.pnr.. ?;ti i.-.i 1. -
? , -MHUiii writer nucr llic
scourge of its demoniac fury bin passed,
humanity without hope imd tiie world
without ('tod.
The I'rico lor Digging I'onl nt
Ntciibemillo.
From th?* llenl I.
An there ha? been considerable dispute
ns to the prices pniil at the leading shafts
in the city for mining coal, we have been
nt Home trouble to collect reliable data on
the subject. The Ktcul>enville Coal and
Mining Company para 20 cent* per car of
11 \ bushels, theMteubenville Furnace nml
Iron Company 28 cents per car of IfiJ
bushels, ami the Jefferson Iron Works22
cent* per enr of 12 bushels. Reducing
these figures to the price paid per bushel,
we find the following aiuounUi given by
the difi'ercnt companies:
H A M. Co 1,778 rcoti per luihrl
H F.AI. Co - I,MOR "
IflJVrton Iron Works t.lfci " "
It will Ik* seen that the difference between
the highest nnd lowest prices paid
is fifty-live thousandths of n cent a bushel,
n variation no small that there ought
to 1h? little difficulty in establishing a
uniform price for mining all over the
city, and thus reinovo one cause of compluint
oit the part of the miners. Wo
suggest that an eflort Ik* uiade to do away
with this variation, and ojwn the way for
nn ending of the present undesirable state
of affairs for all time to come,
ioiuumpllou caii beClKIID.
Sckenck'i Pulmonic Sjrup,
Schmck'a to Wc?d Tonic, |
Schtnck'i Mandraks Pllli t.
Arc the only medicine* that will cure p
Pulmonary Consumption. "
Frequently inediciuea that will >top a I
cough will occasion the death of the patient;
they lock up the liver, stop the circulation
of the blood, hemorrhage follows, c
and iu fact they cIor the actiou of the very li
orciuiH that caused the cough. j
Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia aro the
causes of two-thirds of the cases of Con- sumption.
Many persons aoinplain of a 1
dull pain in the aide, constipation, coated J
tongue, pain in the shoulder blade, feelings
of drowsiness and restlessness, the food %
lying heavily on the stomach, accompanied
with acidity and belching up of the wind. 8
These symptom* usually originate from a
disordered condition of the stomach or n
torpid liver.
Persons so affected, if they take one or 1
two heavy coldi, and if the cough in these J
eases be suddenly checked, will find the [
stomach and liver cloggcd, remaining tor
|mu iidu luiu uYL-, auu niinoai ueiore uiey
arc it ware the lungs are a raaan of aorea,
ami ulcerated, the reault of which it death, i
Schcnck'a Pulmonic Syrup is an eipectorant
which doei not contain opium or "
anything calculated to check a cough >ud* I
denlv. < J
ticuenck'a Sen Weed Tonic diiaolrca the
food, inixea with the gaatrio julcea of the t
atouiach, aids digeition, and crcatea a ravenoua
appetite.
When the bosreln are coitiro, akin aallow,
or the symptoms of n bilious tendency, fichenck'a
Mandrake Pills arc required. ' r
1 hese tnedicinea arc prepared only by
J. II. Sciirnck A Son,
N. E. corner Sixth and Arch fcta., Phila.
And for aale by all druggiata and dealera. o
n.i I, n " O'1 ti
mvai
r
CLARK.?On Monday aftirnoon,October 1,1*77. "
at 1 o'clock, VlioiNfA. UiukhUr of SUpben m,d 1
Narcltiui Clark. A J
Funeral from tho retldonce of hor parent*, No.
2623 Clupllne ilreet, on Wednesday afternoon at $
8 o'clock. Frlenda of the family are Infltod. Interment
at Peninsular Cemetery. *
TRAVELERS' GUIDE. <,
DirAKTUBK or teaik1
a.m. a.m. p77. km. \
B. A 0.1L H. 4:40 lftaft* 6:SQ ?. .
p.m. 4
Cent. J). IMt 7:40 4:10f 9.45 ?
W.P.AH.W* ... 8:60 8:20 '
a: m. (u
Clet. A Pitta.... 6:18 11:10 MO 6:061 \
AaaivAt, or tkaiws.
a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. c
R. A 0. R. K 8:53 8:00 10:43 ,
a.m.
Cent. 0. M? 8:40 lLS8f 7:20 j
W.P.AR 7:S0 <M >.. .....
a.m. p.m. a.m. I
Clcr. A Pitta 10:68 6:68 8:29 'J-.mt 1
t Dally except Sun Jay?Newark Accommodation. J
;H!eulenirlll? Acwwuuxlatlon.?Thla train during
the day paam backward and forward betwwn
M?rtln'n Kerry and Sellalre, atorptng when rroulred
at Hhcrionn Houio, ^tn*Tille, Wait Whw-flng
and Urarid Hill. '
Important Rubber TradeSale
On WF.PNESDA"Y, October 17,1877 commcncI'Uat
10:1:0 a. m., promptly,at tho Whol?ale Auction
lUxmij of
J. M. Harifnrd?'Q9 Wood fif Pll?.h..M
? ? ?
I will offer to the trade of Western Tentuy Irani# "
and Ohio, upon the ibore date,
?,000 Ciisch Rabbors, t,
ComprUlnjtall grades, and repreaontlng peroral of '
the brat makes of Slm'i Boots, Men'*, Women's, *
Misses' nn I Children's Imitation Ksndals, and "
Meu'a, Women's, Misses' and Children's Arctics, ?
Ac. The abore number of canes of Rub- c
I bfrs will be rold la lots to suit the trade, and with- u
out rest-rre. This nle will be found well wortbr "
1 thn attention cf each and erery buyer that tells *
Rubber Uoods. LUNCH at 12 u. *
J. M. HARTFORD. n
I ret Wholesale Auctioneer. J
jyjj ew designs in silverware. ?
TURNER At DILLON, y
We will open this day TWO CASES OF *
FINE SILVERWARE, all new designs nnd t
Prices Extremely Low.
If von wish to nave money, call and
take a look through our stock. i
turner a dillon, (
_f>k| 1223 makkbtstreet.
j u5?t receivedTwo
Barrels Choice
Malaga Crapes.
WILI< RE SOLD CHEAP.
N. SCHULZ,?1319 Market St.
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sIM 1:7 sim
\\ ill f?et One Doren fine Satin Finish
Card Photographs at Mummer's Gallery.
Satisfaction guaranteed. A full itock of
Albums sod Frames always on hand. 1138
Main street, Ilornhrook's Block, between
11th nnd 12th, Wheeling. od
Q steinhetz,
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURER,
Km. 121! and 1213 Mala St., up aUIrs (old Union ?
Inow PreP*m'roako all kinds of Fancy
and rlaln Paper IIozm In aa good atyl?and at ai
low price* as any houaa '.n the country. Ord?rs
Irum iho country promptly attended to. sepaa
gKCOND-HAKD SCHOOL BOOKS.
W? have sown swnil-hand Frhool Hooka, which
will do aa well as o?w Hook*, at
LKH8 THAN HALF PRICE.
Heoersuhlpa. ArllhmrHc Uxiitfi .?i
thr more eipenitre hooka.'aru especially Urilrib'lo. 7
Call tonn at STANTON .% DaVKN I'OKT'd,
arp20 41 Twctrill HTMKttT. m<
^y ANTED TO BUY?
Notca aecured by fir?t mortgage on good
city property. Enquire of l|
J. DALLAS EWINO, |
Attorney nt I aw,
BrplS fit Twelfth M.
Q( TO HK K'maG A 7. INKH
AT TUB
CITY HOOIC 8TOKE,
41 Twelfth Siurkt.
nep22
TJLASTIC AND 8PIUNU h
TRUSSES,
On linnd nnit made to order at the Wore,
?u?pendernud Shoulder Brnce .Mnnufucto- ry,
llil'J Miuket street, holow I*. *ep8 I
K\V STOCK.
Kite Hundred Hra< keta,
M?w?k sIkIto1, tlowcr 9latnl?,
1'ixit Hint*, Wall IVtkiili,
Match JioMira, Ac.
For ailr at terjr low prion at
Me.LURK HOUSE ART STORK.
wpw
J^KMEMBKR- L
Tluttoiuako rmjiu (or uur Fall Ktock, wo will
*11 from now ami uutll the lit of Octolx'r tlio l*tt
wlilt? li?rV Wall Paper at 7c i?r roll; Flata, I2tyv,
Ulaae.l, l v, ami Ool.li at 3ftc.
ltcmtiiitar tho uwnber?1H2 Main alrrot.
WpC A. W.I'AUI.L A WHO.
j P. PKAUEB,
PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
Of Churchei, llnlla, Htorea nnd Dwellings
in Trraco nnd Plain Paper Hanging.
no. n ridi ot, WHKEMNO, W. VA.
my2l
N0T,CE~ ~ II'
I hereby warn nil |ier*on? not to trtmt w'
any ono on my acconut, >a I will not pay nn
any bill* unlrai contracted by luyovlf,
?rt9 HTEl'HI'N MAI Kit. _
Aanorloiiii WntolioM.
? M !f!?2!*k of Kl?ln Willhim Walrhoa In
uJ ! kJ: 7 ?f>'> full ||oo of foreign
. linuT'f . ' 1,03 M*ln ?twt. Alto, '
IUUb of ev?rithliiK In (ho way or Clocki, Jr?cl* ~
r,l2KfUc *? M,l!#r w?r". "?"?! Ar., Ar. I,
> XL/SIP*1 fln" W-lf 1l,#"? Uocta? 4c?m,J* j
?meUliy. Yi
?*? XTOBY A I'VPKJKLD.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. |
[X)UMl>-A BUNCH OK KKV? WAS FOUND
[* In (>ntn "V iiMlnn ycatotday nwmlnK, which
ae owner ein bm by calling at thia OlBct and
rctim property. ocS |
'^1 ENERAL COLLECTOR.
J
Partien having bills or claims to collect
sti ha?e Ihfin promptly attended to by
saving lliem witli tuc inc. For the preieu1
can ha found at 2103 Main itrcet.
oeS* J. B. CAUXAPAN.
|^OB HALE?
A good Frame lloaie, with Htvcu roonu,
?'o. 106 South Broadway, Ialaud. FoinesIon
given immediately. Enquire of
L. II. M01UUS,
np3 W? M U...IL II 1
.?? um urmunaj.
gKAUlim
NGRAVINGS AND CHROMOS,
Just rccelrcd at
iUrVIIIX*' MUSIC AND ART STORK.
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DATKNT BIIAVINU MUGS,
Only 25 Centi, at
DUMMIN H Ac. WOODfe',
1141 MAIS Stiiirt.
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p URN Ell IIA.LI,.
A DANCE will be lieM at Turner Hall
u the 10th of October, by tho I adits of
lie Tarnrerein. A good time ia expected.
'ifty cents vrlli bring you in. oc3
J^ACK CUKTAlNd A LAMHREQUINd.
Ouly complcto atock in tho city, from
2 50 to $50 IK) per pair.
U. MENDEL, BOOTH fc CO.
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^EKUEANT'S SALK.
John ILDobb. Ww, FtcU, ,n
Vhecllog Centripetal rowtr Co. J Auu,,,P,ll?
n thsMunlelpBlCcurtof Wlietllng.
lly tlrtutol au Execution Issued In the above
Dtltl<d chum, and to urn directed, 1 hare levied
pon and Mill iwll at l'uhlio Auction, at W lief Hug
vntrlpetal Power Couipinj'a worka, in the city of
V heeling, on
MONDAY, the Uth Jay of October, 1877,
'omtnrncinft at 10 o'clock A. V , the following dccrllicd
prowxljr, to-wlt:
tti Cwitrtpelal Power Machine*; ono Threshing
lachine; one lot ot Muhlne Fnuiex; on? lot cf
undrlea. BIKHIIKN HIPLEY,
odJ Per^eantof the City ot Whrellng.
lerseyFarm Butter
We have made arrangement* with Gen.
\ M. 1IAIUUS to handle the ltutter made
t his Dairy. It is packed in half pound
\r\utt,fuUvei:ht, and is sweeter and freshr
than any Butter brought to litis market,
iive it a trial and he convinced.
THOBURN & BRO.,
GlIOCEUS,
vuumii; JUABKRT ASH fl.KVKSHI.
0C3 _
CT0T1CK TO THE I'UBl.lL\-My htwband,
LI Mows Hell, having deserlrd lite, through (be
utluenro oI fain purontM, and it has tircricirculated
a tbla community, much to uiy detriment ibat
ro were utvfr wanted, 1 herewith pjbllah tho
tarrlsge ctrtlHcate Miowlng the legal.ty of tin;
tarring. Miuuld uny perron doubt it they ran 1*
ouvinced of the fact by calling nt Mrs. Marah'a,
u Chapllne strict, m-ir Calawcll'ii bridge. t d<?land
resort frutn thin community, aa 1 have alraya
licen prudent and respeciutile. My rfUtlvea
re all rospeeUbltv I am left an orphan and have
o one hero to take uiv part, nud howi tho public
rill look on thojo with Minute who barn been bo
aw is to take the advantage ?nd c*st reflection on
lone orphan, MtiS. FANNIK BULL.
rimiriciTK.
Thla ctrtiBea lhat on the Cth day of May, in tho
ear of our Lord 1877, Moors Boll, of Wheeling,
Ihlo county, W. Va., and Fannie Waddle, of the
sine city, w?-re by u e united In marriage, nt W?at
klexandrta, Washington county, 1\?, arcordlt.g to
ho Uwa of this State of Pennsylvania.
J. F1NLKY MAYi:j,
(No 1176) Justice of tho Peace.
C.TBRUES
GRAND
FULL OPENING!
A. CA.'RJD.
WitBKLlSO, Sept. 2t?, 1877.
During tilt) last few wet-Its spent in the
!n?t, I purrhnnoil n LARGKU STOCK of
DRY GOODS
liio ever before It uuihranea it choice
election of nil tho
lost fashionable Fabrics
-ANDNOVELTIES
i the market, nuil which will ho dUpliiyod
nt our
Jrand Fall Opening
Wtik-h takrti plnoe on next
i * A. ? -
liday Mtemoon and Kip,
OCTOBER ?.
A Cordlul invitation It extended to nil
t l.ndlea of Wheeling mul vicinity to ^
Rpect the (linplny, confident (lint they
II find the nuiortiuunt of Good* complete
d ourprleca lower Ihnn any.
Heitpeclfidly,
C. T. BRUES. ;
?c3
> KKINKD HU(lAIW?600 HAKKKLS
U CruihoU, I'owilorwl, Granulated, OifTo* anil
illow In iicr* mil for aale at lowral inarkat rati*.
M. HKlU.r, lMOanJlltlMalnHt.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ISTETWGOODS
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE 8T0CK OF
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
For the FA]J. 1IIADE, embracing all (lie New Styles in
Overcoatings, Suitings and Pantaloon Goods.
We guarantee satisfaction in QUALITY) PKICE and FIT. A large line of
a. => or u lO?llJN U- U-OODS
Always in store. Call nml examine our ktock.
J. HI. STJ^LLI^JLIT & CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Mpl7 Vi7 Twolfdi Str?o>t.
NEW GOODS! I
NEW GOODS!
FIRS! FILL STOCK!
LAEGS A. 1ST3D
UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE!
EMB3RAGI3STG ALL THE
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON
. IN THE DRY GOODS LINE.
GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO,
PKI'ttStllRIt 4.
GKEO- S. FEBNY,
wholesale: deai.ee in
Fancy Groceries nnd Oonlectionnries,
Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Canned Goods, Cheese,
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
Craokeri, Pickles, Sbuccs, Cilsups, Nuls.&o, &o.t and everything usually round
la a first-class Fancy Grocery. Alio,
MANUFACTURER OF CANDIES.
Write for quotation* or call when in the city.
1307 Main Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
8Cpll-<lAW
WILLIAM H. SHEIB,
1111 MAIN STREET,
801.K AtlRNT HO It TIIK
tsJIHOS, -sJRGIlNS,
SHEET MUSIC, BOOKS, STRINGS, INSTRUMENTS,
OF every DESCRIPTION.
r^PI\NOS AND ORGANS SOLD ON I'AYMKNTS TO HUIT millim (
^REPAIRING AND TUNINO OF Alt INaTIUIMKNiS A SPECIALTY. I
K?|?H-UlWt>0W [
INSURANCE.
penn mutual life Insurance co. OF
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ORC3-ANIZBD1847. ?
DIVIDEND) PAID 10 POLICY HOLDEHS MM4.01I II
LOSlii MIO - 3.?B2.eet 79 V
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL B.87B.I0B in
8AMI. e. I1IJKY, rrculdent. I<
HAMU E. 8TOKK8, Vlco Pmiilrat. I .IAS. WKIIl MAHON, Ailuary. 1,1
II. S. bTKPUENS, Sil Vloo rrmlilmU ! HKNRY AUSTIK, Hcprrtnry. to
Evnry Pollo> holder I* a member of the Comoanv. eilltlnd < nil ll> rtwinfinoi
? ? Ltu
nnu privii?g?l. ~
It h?i declared more dividends In number, and of a larger percentage than any -i
Company In the United Stales . tl
It It liberal In It* management, prompt In Its settlement! of losses. I
RODBRT W. TUOK1CB, Gonornl Agout. ?
;OKKICB, No. 28 TWfc.mil ST., WHEELING, W. VA.
/^*ARentfl wantoil In every sceiton of the State: nlso City Solicitor*. ap27 I
DRV SOOD8.
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS!
or lux
Latest Novelties and Newest
Designs of tho Season.
BLACK CASHMERES.
We offer a Bin Drlvr In railiiiicna miking I hem
II >1*1 laity, WlllM tin ui 2fl I? r irnt chrii|4*r tlmti
tlio iiflual tirlio. nil woo) CuMiinero at Cu;
othcri us luw ui 35, 45)SCc.
FALL & WINTER DRESS GOODS
In >11 Now Dfsigna, color# Mil alitilci In Ca?hBirrea,
MMcIhmo ami I>uu*usm llotha *1the |>o|'Ulit
pr re of 2.S mid 30c.
>Ve liav? adtloii to our Mock u lnr?p M'liTtloil c.f
CLOTH Cl.lMKri, ol tin* Ixti'vt M)li-at tin* loweit
prlco.
NcwMyleof Fnll Sluwls.
Felt Sklrta sort llooj? .skirts.
1(0 PIccc* new itjrleol l?aik 1'iinta
60 I'll to* L*rk ltlnta, t*?\ colon, for 5.\
1.' YanH Ble>clie?l Muslin for 91 to.
12 Y?id?4*4 Krown Sluetlng for Si 00.
Ladle*' nml gentlemen's Knit Underwear 1f iu?
| |k rlor luuli'.j nml extra liulsh nt gieat birrfnina.
IiED 11L/VINKKTK.
?8 Pairs nf Country H!ankel?, nil wool rr.tl rupoflor
tu quality to any other blanket made. A full
stuck of other ilia ti lets, licl itmiljrli, Ar., at low
prices.
CARPETS! CARPETS!
Wo tlill aell 'Carpets cheaper than any other
house iu tint city. Although Carpota hnvtmlrane(hI
wiih wool, wo allil a* 11 oura at the old prices.
Iwcnty yards of good Carpet lor only S3 30.
Clicup Fluor Oil llotliv, Window t ludes, Fare
Ciirtnln*. ?%e. Cull nnd examine our Now ImhkIs.
HENRY ROEMER,
No. 200G Main St.Wheollig.
EDUCATIONAL.
WHEELING, W. VA.
ESTABLISHED 18S0,?Hat tinennd elegantly fur
Dished rooms; a thorough Comuieriial umrse, and
also give* thorough InMruction In any or nil the
common Finnish branches. fccs'loni day and even*
log. Individual instruction. Call at l ollegoofllcc
or address J. M. FKAsHKK A CO..
au!3-W,Piw u heeling. W. Va.
WEST VA. UNIVERSITY,
1877. IH7S.
Thl* Institution of Learning, under the Prcslden*
cy o( Hft. J. it Thoiup-on, A. M , In ptitf-rinK ufjon*
a new era 11 prospeiity. Durinp the r*|uln>s 'Itrui
Ju?t closed, the attend .nee of students was increased
over G3 |*x tent. It lias a lur^e and uholarly
r acuity; a UMiitllul, healthful nnd mural location,
amnio Scientific aud Philosophical Ap|uratu?;
a Library constau'ly growing; a ct.rriruluui of the
most thorough tharacter; a a andanl of icholareblp
turpasMsl l.y no American insti utioti of learning.
1 iik r.xPKKSES AKK lkss than at any otlit-r phu*
known toatHird ??iunl advanta^*. The Fall tern
l>egins Septi uilwr 5th; the W Inter UrmJunuary
*'. V,d h?,rinK ,0Mn Marrii 27th For full InfurNation,
catalogue-, dr., sddreta the President.
OEO. C. STUlHilSS,
Sccietary of Urgent*,
At'r.rsr I*. 1S<7. an'.'MV.n
SYLVAN US UK ED'S
Day and Boarding School for Youno
L?dies,
Nos. G and X ICa.it Ktd St., New York. Fourteenth
yjnr liejjins Oi toU-r 1st, 1877. French the language
of the school. Collegiate courso of futir years.
<"arcf.il training in Primary aud Pieimtatory
cl<w" angl '
Mothers who Do?o their Darlings with drmtic
purgatives Incur a fearful responsl ility. The sen*.
?i>cKloratoty..t ell?:tiTe). laxathv. alterative,
and anti-bilious operaiinn of Tabr?nt'h Sicltzbr
AriuusT jietullaxly adapts it to the dhardora of
children.
$fiR * W(Tk,in yottrown town. Terms nnd f.
'PWU outfit free. II. IIaL"T.ETT A CO.,
Portland, Maine.
i) pr Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name, 10 rtaT.
4,0 post-paid. L. JONFia a CO., Nassau, N. Y.
I FOR DISEASES '.Oluousnilt, f
E.VuvhrstomachV^A^I'BPSIA./S
For l'amphlet* address Dn. Sanpord, New Yoik.
$5 tO S20 PTr.J*y #t home* 8amplcs worth
? , ^ W #5 In*, til i.nho.w A Co., Portland,
Maine.
theicheapestand best
ADVERTISING
To reach nadera ouhide of the larvte cltlrs Orrr
1000 netspapfrt, diTl.lwl Into aix diflennt lints.
Advertisement* rectiTfd for one or more lists. For
catalogues containing natneaof jmp.rs, nnd other
Information and for o?tlmates, ador?-? HKAl.s A
FU8TEB, 11 Park lU.w (Times lluilding), New
\ork.
CIO day ?t home. Agrntswanted. Outfit and
terms free THUL A Clh, Augustn, Malna.
WORK FOR ALL,
In their own locallt'ra, canvansiPE for the FlrcsM*
Visitor. (enlarged) Weokly and Monthly. Larpest
Piper In the Wortd, with Mammath Chromoa luce.
Klu Coiumi??lon? to AcentH. Term* ami Outfit Free.
Atfdlf P. 0. VICKIRY. Aiguiti. Maine.
OS Fanry Card*, no two alike, with name, 10e,
.,?) poMpuM. Nassau Card C o., Naitati, N. Y.
Ho* M. a?pl7-<1.%w
TXHSTOEK.
State Management,
Ami In dally operation over 37 yearn.
$15,000$
FOR
$1$
TUESDAY, Oct. 16 and 27, 1877.
KENTUCKY
STATE ALLOTMENT
OF
IIS PRIZES!
l Prfte of 15,orb _
t I'rlzo of k,?<m 5
t I'rU* of f> 0"0 .-jo
i I'iIm of tf,wo ? S
1 I'riaj of VMhi gP
8S9Other 1'ike* amount ItiR to 44,925
\hoto llckcts. $1.00: 50 WhoHllckels for S4G:
100 llck.tl.S90. ,
Chartered for Fdtirational Institutions Under '
lharler no pmt|>micuu!nt en averotcur All pilrna
mi>l In full. Otllelal lint of drawn number* puh.
Iiheil In New York Herald, Mew York Sun, ami
.otiuvllle Courrler-Jourual
Clrrularaeontnlnlnn full Information free. 1
AildreM SIMMONS A DICKINSON,
Mutineer** Offlro, 7" Third bt, IxiuUrille, Ky,
OTlmilar Allotment* on the 16th anil U-t.lajn
f every month during the yetr. irp7-t'od.?w
JACOB SNYDER
1405 MAIN A 1401 SOUTH 8TS.,
PC in inn inrupni Mock of IRON and HEAVY
ItAltPWAIlti tn tho Hint.'. HlaMwk - (
rood Work, Sprlnqi, Axlnn, Varnlihe!,
Paint*, &c?
not rxrrllrri by unyrMabllshmcnt tvltliln n bunr*tl
mile* of Wording.
Ci?rrin?i' nnd Wagon Maimfnrturrr* will tint! tt
thilr IntrrrM t > rItc him n rail.
Aln on hand, LAND P1.ASTEK of a miyrrtor |
dlty, niTft F
JOSEPH H. BAQR.
313 MARKET STREET, WHEELING,
ppalrrr of nil kind* of Sowing Machine, and Agent
for thr l.li(ht Untitling 1
DOMESTIC 8HWINO MACHINES. |
Oil, Nwdlra and Attachments. a|\M
FOR SALE.
I JjUBM FOR SALK.
I>*tlrlng 1o rvntov* to the W't?\. I oflVr for tale
the larm on which I reMiK iltuttcd tn Mi?a<l town hip.
a tn! on the Ohio rln-r, thrre roll** Iwlow the
calf cf IVllaltr. The Fat in omwltu
155 ACRES,
Ami on It i? a large tirw Brick Dwelling, Urg* ttm
Barn, at <1 ?th? outtiulldinn, and a autail On hard
Tliv latin i? in good coulltlon, la well (vnced, and
laoti? ol tlKMnoat dealraWe on the Ohiorim. It
hi* I?iik torn um*i at a Dairy 1'attu, and i* vaws-laN
Iv n<la|>t?<l (or that uac and Mug *> confteUm to
Mlalrc la taprrlally dpflrahlf. The attention ol
dairymen l?|nrtliulatly lurltcd.
Teiwaof iwyntrnt t??y.
HUBERT H1IIKY.
| K?|-8'-SW.tw Brllaln1, Ohio.
rpUl'STKL'S SALK.
I Rr rlrhi* a n?.l n? ?.- ?- ?
, ... < ?? iiihuv I'j amri
Cutiuluielmui( S-u., and Maty Cunningham, h'.a
wife, t.? uip aaTiuaif*, ilatrtl M-ptfiuU-t 2tth lb".*,
tccordtd In l>?cd ?i( Tiuit Took No. U, ut
tlio laud rmmla ol Ohio county. Wot Virginia, I
h II m il at tliu lftlit doorul the Court JIoummI
Nll'l lUUUtj, OU
KAICbDAY, NOVKMPER .1, 1S77,
Commencing at 10 o'clock A u., the cait quarter cl
lot No. in Chaj line and lioll'a addition to the
cily tf W lulling, Ohio county, Mate of. West VlrKli>U,
Mid quarter lot bring Mtuated on the northwest
wirnrr ol TwimtvfourlH Mrwt and the alley
bit ween Main and Market atrwta and |wrallvl
thereto, fronting on Twenty-fourth alriet thirty
fatal* InrlicM and extending lark alxty-?lx (tel.
and reference la mule to mid dm! of truat :or a (nil
dr?cil|)tlon tltuMtnr.
Title m tailored lo Ik? good, Intt 1 wl'l rotirry
only the title vealed lu int? I>t aaid deed o; frutl,
'I kh?ibovHilk?One-third or morrcaih In hand,
ll,o IwUnrtf In twocqual Inatallmcnt* at tlx and
twelve month*, negotiable note* hearing Inttreat to
WkWtn und tla* title to lo rotalucd tiulll imTiui lit
lo full.
m-p?7 \V. J. W. COWDKN. Truilce.
rjMlUSTKfc'd Haij;.
By \lituc of a Iijod cf Truit made l>y llrnry II.
F.Ik-IInland \V II helming Kbellng{ him wlfo, and
....... ur., ana aiwj r. oenny, 11)1 Wtle.tO
HIP ?s Trustee, dntiil February 10tht 187*. tccordid
in Deed of Trust Bock No. A, |?;e 17m, of Ohio
roiiiily IjinJ Uecotd-, 1 will sell nt t???front <1oot
ol the Court llmieof Ohio comity, on
SATUilDAY, OCTOBKU 13th, I?i77,
ComtimncinK at 10 o'chxk a m., the following domrtl.nl
|>ro|vrty : l.ot nuintxred tive (.'>) in Square
numbered nine (9)lntowuof Ninth Wheeling formerly
callcd Ititchlrtown, in tlio city of Wheeling,
Ohio rouniy, West Virginia, with nil the privilege#
ami appurtenances to tt>o same LcIodkIhk
Title good, tut 1 will ci nvey only auch title as fa
conveyed to inn by mild d*ed ?jf trust.
Tkums ov fULlc?One third or more In ensh, the
lulnticc in t woe?|uil installments at nix and twelve
months, evidenced by nrKuttsble notes IwrtriK Intrrwt
from day ol sale, tho ti lu to lie icUlmd
until pnyuiont In full
a |H W. J. W. COWDKN, Trustee.
GENERAL NOTICES.
J-y VOLITION OF COPABTNEBSniP
The partticnhip heretofore existing under thu
firm nauit) of Krb A McCormlck la tbli* day dissolved
l>y mutual consent, McCotuiIck retiring. AH
persona knowing themselves Indebted to the late
tirin will settle their accounts at once with iWr
Krb, who nlao assumes nil of tho liabilities of the
ttrui. l'F.TKR HUH.
T tlud. McCOHMICK.
Whrkunu, Sept. iJ. 1877 del
^DMI MSTliATOil'd NO TICK.
Tho medical eccounta of Dr. James Cummins,
ilec'd, will found In the hands of l?r. K II. r ullard,
11311 Ihuplhi' street, wno U nuthorlml to
stole the same. Parties knowing theni*>lires Indthtcd
will nlve this notice attention. kills against
the estate *111 l?e paid, when properly certified, by
tli? underfeed. It. W. HAZl.tlT,
?e|?J7 Adm'r estateof l)r J.is Cumuilna.
HATS & CAPS.
DON T FAIL TO SEE
Reed's New Style.
1222 Market Street.
CO oi
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HOTELS, RESTAURANTS.
IMI .A. IR, TINT'S
CAPITAL RESTAURANT.
No. 1155 Mauxkt St., it Iht on/y /Int-tlaa Rrttaurant
in tht city, It Ii the only Kretnuniiit that
has wparnle ruoma for laillo?>, or where you can find
that quiet deauHncaa of a home. combined
witn tlie beat rimine. that can tie found In the dir.
Il?* keeps on band the very best the market uflrtrua
In vegetables, fish, oviters. game, ?>" everything
In acaaoti, siid serves It up In s manner uwxeelhd
in ttu* country, lie ran be relied uj-oii alwaja to
fnrniah everything first-dsns. su^lO
FRENCH'S HOTEL,
ON TI1K KrnOl'KAJ* I LAN.
Opposite Titr Ham- Park, Court Hois*, am.
NjCW Poja-OFFICK.
NEW YORK.
All Modern Improvements, Including Elevator,
Has, ami Running Water. In every Kootu.
Jy56 T. J. FBESCII A BROS., Proprietor*.
roofin:
SLATE ROOF
la the
CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
fire-proof covering
For Rrlrk or Frame Buildings. The dlflVrence In
Insurance will pay the additional coat oret khiiigha.
Prices lieyond competition.
CiRUS M. YOCl'M,
Spfl-dAW _ HTarBKNVJt l.lt. O.
J OlIN C. 8CUULTZ,
PI.A IS ASD OR\AMKNTA /.,
3 LATE ROOFICK,
No. 110 ElOllTKRNTII 8TRKKT.
All orders promptly Attended to. Repnli lug neatv
donu siul wnrrxniiwk
"Tp WESTON'S
|6 DIFFERENTIAL
pjf Pulley Blocks
B ffi A 1.10 KMOWN AS
1 J! Doyle'i, Hall's and Blrc'i.
C?Tt MAsrrArTrnKn axctt'siv**
IBKVLA LY ut tiik
[fii* Yale Lock Mfg. Co.
| IIK.fRr N. TOWN*, Pro.
' STAMFORD, CONN.
* Holil tho mi?j>fmlnl M
\ C nujr point.
1 0 KnuUeonptnuntmlrtthi'wotk
^ ^ of (ouror flvp.
[>K(K)MS-:'.00 DOZEN FANCY, VAIJ
UIOUs* *li**? J"?t iwrlTpJ ami for Mir by
M. llV.ll.LY, 1K? and 1311 Main St.

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