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jpOB RENT?
1 wo of thoie morII fancy fc'tore Roomi,
with good Dwelling* Attached, on Eleventh
tieet.
PoHcation to he hud i in mediately.
Jy7 .! IhWIN, Agent.
OOH KKNT-nOtfHR-.
cviilptnlii^ ^<ht i<?tb* i>b<| Math C?xu>, on
Jaceb 1'itel, Utwceo 18th and llth, veal aid*.
so J water. Will W runted low to rr*|ont!t>Ia
Ifiunt. Pn-jutrect
Jt'HKPH I- WU.DR,
rin'.'i tt.w.k?<l'rr ami *utl"n*r, \i*A Main Ht
rOR SALE.
j^OLU G MILL MATKRIAI.
.A.T AXTCTXOKT.
I thall ?I1 at l'ul l'c Auction, without tr*rre,
on the irtn.1 ti In ilio c.tyol nhttlititf, W. Va.,
% IBU&SDAY, KOVEUUEB 1,
At 1C o'rJwV a. H.f tundrjr Htr?m Knglnfi, Boll ri,
Itolli, *?ut i ihI hplke Michiiiri, Hteaiu llatnloeri,
li lt ami H< r?-w Cutwr*, Wrought and Gut
Scrap Iron, and l'ud IhtV Toola, luartlii-r with the
Luuil*rc tnptliy (ho BuIIUIihioj (he Wwhlnj*
tun Mulling Mill. "
W. If. NEW COMB, Adm'r.
Fur '"ala'ojuiaor lnfoiiiml/ti apply to DaNIEL
DAURAOO, Whc-llc K, W. Va., ur \V. H. NEWO'Hll,
Hillimort, Mil.
ClIAMIlfclUI HfcttVMr. Attrilonrer. orM
rioit half, on rent very^coEaV
JD AND OS EASY TERMS?
That fine resldenrf, Vo. 41 Fifteenth St.
Ala->, nix-rootni-'l Uousc ou th? Mam!.
. Enquire uf II. FORDED, ESQ ,
QClO 11 12 Chnpline H.
HOUiF. FOK SALE.?I oO.T f.-rralc th? honae
un r-uuth Fiont itrtftt, Ul.tml.iu which I now
iuskId. Ilou v couUlba tloc tuoiu*, pantry, Ulb
lo.-m nr.d water i!ch-I; w??li hcusc and ckiI house
lu iIn* Imh'iiiilit. Uiire art- hot and cold watir
and t: fiat it mmi til three II wr?. The lot li CO
by r:8 fi< t, and the k found* will iMpmrcd.
Ttriin iM>y. A illy to llirrcy.% llrltt.
JOHN MolUJAN,
r? j V looth Front fctrcet, Jabod.
AUCTION?TO TIIE TItADE.
J. M llnrtfnrd, Wbolmlfl /nclloreer, No. 1C9
Wood 11 ret t, IltlalurRli, l'tt. l>Ku!t.r aurtlon ol
Boot?. Mum, Hit*, L'a|>a, Carpetj and Variety
(luodaon Wvdiif.<daycf i?ch wo If, at IO}f o'clock.
Hntcl i! wil? n of Itooiwaud hhncaon the tint Monday
of tnch month, at lOVf o'clock. I tarry the Inrxnt
atock of lluota and filing In the city and rau Interm!
meat any ca?h dealer that will furor me
wlili a call. Anionic IlicKcds dieted In my aale*
h I'. Ware. Jr., a (o., Ktarlc a Co., and New Yorlr
Hoot and M?.e Co, liny wood Booti and many
other celebrated unnulai turta. All Booti and
uw ...I.I I . .I,- ......?|?,I ,^rK,.l I u.l.
U'lVAliCi'! liM'le tlWll lilldl Ctf IMtlClMtltllfU* tok>
tuliK J. M. llAltTFOHl),
rpll WliolewlO Aiutiomrr, l'lHt,')uri;h,
poi: ;*LKKlgtity
cholte Hull linn Lois on Wh? tln?{ ItlanJ.
Price Iroia J It*) l?i JCOU r.uh. Only oiit-?lxth of
Ibr purthejo rnunry reijulrwl incuxli. Th<-residue
nint l? paid lunuaily In mvk i-|:ul hitUlluienl*
villi Inleiwt
Apply I" JOHN i\ UILCHRXUT
u|rt? At Top Mill.
PKOFESSIOMAL CARDS.
Qll.W.i.: s H. BERRY,
DKALKR IN
Ropa. Twino, Oikum, Blocks, Tor, Pitch
and Resin, Gum ?r.d Leather Belting,
Linn nnd Poplar 3room Handles,
Fire BrioK, Tiio and Cl?y.
KpSU 1315 MAIN 6TICEET.
J^KKTISTSiY.
Wo mlflica!! Ihow van ting Dtnlinfry done to
call un I'll. (SamM |hE, win th? t can lmve ti-ctti
extrnctut without ll.u *J'.tl .1 piti *nd new Iwtb
|>ut In not to be ii.own fiotit the u?turnl tcclh.
urn Iks worn wlili onU nwe. All u??
wawnit?l. Olliii? >>o. l ourlcfiith Unit, corCi
of M?rkrf. j.-lf.
J^OBKHT WHITK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WUEKLINO, W. VA.
Orim*?Attorney ficnrral'i! i'Sc, Capitol.
my29
J WALLAH EVV1.N0.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 04 Twelfth St.,
?1fl WHEKUSO, W.VA.
m J. \V. C<r\VJ>hN,
Af torucy n t JL n w.
oa? -Ho. 1222 CimfunkSt.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Prompt attention to .ill I.uMgch entrusted to ray
r\rr. fe7
II. COCOBAN,
Attorney at Law.
1220 rIIArLINE STEKKT,
f?l WHF.KI.ING, W. V>.
Q 0. OLUSTtiD, }\. D..
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
WUCJS-KO. 60 FOIWEKNTII nr.
tVLJEEUNO, W. VA.
OlBco Houni?S to 10 a. M. lto3 r. m. drf
WILLIAM PHILIPS,
Justice of Die Pcsoot Retl Estato Agent,
No, CO Tirsunn Ht., Wnwttwo.
Collcctloni of all kluilj made and pnxwda
promptly rnnlilol. |?3
II. I1KARNK,
ATTORNEY AT LAVA
Office with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
Street. Office up Ktair*.
?n30
JJAN1KI. LAUil,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 1318 Market Street, (over City Buuk.)
<*4 Wheeling, W. Vn.
rp J. HUGV8,
A 11 <> i* ii o y a t Law.
OJjicf 71 TicrJjtK Site/t, Wheeling, W, Va,
Prn.^tices in the Courts of Ohio, Mnrohull
and Tyler counties W. Viu novl7
^JANIEL Pi; C It",
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1404 ChaplUe Street, Wheeling, W. W
e2i>
I^INCII & THOMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1209 CuxruMK BTXKKT.
Room No. 1 Odd Fellowi' Build log?up itslrs.
qi ru
ANNUAL SALE8
OK TUB I
Great French Remedy
W PARIS AI/'NE,
^L300,OOOBOTTLES. i
aOYEB'S
V CARMELITE
Merfs&a Cordial,;
(RAU PK WCU3SE PES CAItME*,)
300 YEARS' REPUTATION
AS A
Sovereign Remedy
IX CASKS ct j
A>ojlei?, Pdialyili, Dyspepsia. Colic, H Jdach?, |
Indigestion. Fslntncts, Chills and Fc*:r, Ac.
WET TUB OKNOlffK.
MSWARG OK IMITATIONS ,
Hold by nil PrujnUts. Qcaml P?pot St B'JTEK'5,
No.W I'srk 1'W, Now York.
IAUGHLIM BROS. & CO.,
Wholeul* PxonliU, Wbsdlag, W. Vsu ]
ifj'7-cod ?
, ? . 'V
J. T. STONE
IS SELLING
Mm'i 11m r?lf Btotafrom U 75 upt
Mm'i l'?*f Ikuti (rum I 31 up.
Bofa^ Ki|> w*?ta from 1 73 up.
Yiuthft' Klj> Ib-ota frotu ? 1 83 up.
I bild'a Kip I'obii flow I 10 up.
MitA fin* Buckle Altai* imm......... 1 71 up.
Mr?>'i buo Hutii.n tongitsafrutt 1 78 up.
I.i'llik' a (f thou from 1 M up.
Ljuil.s' bm |'rt<bl? hutu n front... 1 M up.
Lai kit' r.ne >cwrd )>lble Pali from 1 2) up.
Ml****' Don Swcil I'clible lJuttou from... 1 8' up
Ml***' Hoc rrwnl I'tbbbi )'?l* from - 1 10 up.
'Jlilld't tin* frewid I'ci.blc I'jiion from... 1 up.
? hOiTittrefeirtd hbbli Bali from.* VO up.
ltil^ni'i line Hewed I'ebble Ball fiom '-to up.
Men'a Mlp|?ra from 60 up.
LadkV flippersfioui ....... 40 up.
IIi:.M KM libit, I offer jou
Good Goods at Shoddy Prices.
Brls| tlfa with jou end compare prlcoa.
J\ T. STOIsTE,
1140 Main Street,
ado HonyREoriK'j BLOCK.
A. WrNGEIlTEF,
DE;\TiWrJ.
?ju<- an<J ttcslilc&ct, Ko. iw.7 Main
Union, V/'?'.*lIri?. W. Va.
ettr-Nit.-ou* hzUU < ? kit J ctbu Jnacailntla
aUiilrinu-n-o. nylfi
V/DNnFRFIII Slinr.FSS
? ( lb* popular I'ry Goods House of
I. BLUM&BRO.
H?ry arll.-V | tin based there It a STANDING
APYI-RTIsKMhNT of the cheapness of l!?va?t
tuck. Every Lady who onca suits It HbNDS
TKN MOHfc. Ihebcstatid raoit deslrabl* good*
at tlio vet j minimum of popular prices
We will) (Tr fiom tlila day on tbe following FXTI1AOUDINARY
and UNPARALLELED 1JAK>
(JAINS In our
t ILK DEPARTMENT.
A n excellent Lyona Black bilk at "Oca yard, goid
ra'u* tor V0c.
Splendid qualities and extra heavy Lyoci Black
Cirus Grain Urea 811k*, of good reliable uuke and
warranted lo wear, atll 2), II CO and ft "3, the
same aoods sold last season for |1 CO, 12 25 and 9275.
Main Colored bilks, in all the new aod desirable
?lu<lea, for F?ll and Winter costumes, at II W pr
yard, real value 91 2ft.
Incur DKt84 UOODS DEPARTMENT.alwsya
fattjnusfor llaUreat Bargains, we ti??ejuU opened:
10) Piece* Haaket Cloth acu Matilas*e Clulh In
new iltil;na (Just out) at 2!cper yard.
25 pl'cvadaik mixed Bourette Suitings, an exact
I mi 1st Ion of 82 goods, at 15 and 20c.
All woj! Black French Caahm res atltill further
red nctloua from former low prices.
Blankets, Flannel*, Domestics, Linens, Shettingsand
bhlrting?, Towels and Toweling*, ac., at
ut prices which tbe public cannot fall to appreciate.
New addillous nude dally to our already Imtn*iin>
stock of LADIES' CLOAKS.
Call and convince yourself, but come early In the
?l.?y, Ht.il avoid the great rush of the afternoon.
I. BLUM & BRO.j
1101 !lluln Street.
ccCO
fMEETIJ EXTRACTED WITHOUT
L TAIN.
During the eleven yeara I havo been practicing
In WhcfltUki I have admlnlstcicd gas to over seven
thousand persons with I'xsrxct bafett, and In
alrnoat every case with entire satisfaction to myself
sud patient*
Me constantly keep on bands pure NltrcuaOxide
lias for those that desire to take It
DR. BURGISON A BON,
no2? No. 1113 Market St.
A'/VAK/A'av
>IOM)AYt OCT. 22, \H77.
Sew AdvoriiNpnipntN.
Plumbers?Thompson k Hibberd.
Photographs?Plummer's.
Trustee'* Sale.
Trustee's Sale.
Hamilton Opera House.
For Our Girls?Lewis Dechert.
Stockholders' Meeting.
For Cincinnati and Louisville?Fanchon.
For Cincinnati?Andes.
Library Lamps?Cummins k Wood*.
Thermometer Record.?The following
shows the range of the thermometer,
&* observed at Schnepf's drug store,
Opera House corner:
siTrnn.Y.
S t. m. 12 si. a p. m. 7 p. *r.
C3 71 t<; 69
scxdly.
Si. U. 12 M. a f. M. 7 P. V.
G'? tc M SI
"Girofle-Girofla" to-night.
DrrninERiA is not decreasing.
The police made twenty-five atresia
lsst week, _
Joe Mubpiiy will bo here with ' Kerry
flow," Oct. CI and Nov 1.
Tm re were four club dancca in South
Wheeling on Saturday night.
The Goff Guards will decide npoo a
uniform at their next meeting.
The Mavnard Rifle Club have put up
an iron target at Woodland Range.
Tiie new officers of the Ohio County
Medical Society were installed last Friday
night.
It ia<*tated that the Kellaire Window
Glass Works shipped 50,000 bores of gloss
last month.
Tnn new Westwood building, in th?
Eighth Ward, has been.christened Mechanics'
Hall.
The Starlight Dancing Club held forth
at (Jermania Hall on Saturday evening
to a largo crowd.
Stamm'8 Four-mile House, out the National
road, is to be adorned with a new
and modern front.
There will be a wedding at Kev. Father
Schleicher'* Church, in tbe Eighth
Ward, on next Thursday morning.
^ The 11. & 0. pay car was in town on
Saturday, distributing greenbacks among
the employes of the company.
The managers of thoSteubenville wool
house have issued a call for a convention
ot wool growers, to meet at Steubenville
on the 8ih ol November.
At the Court House on Saturday
Auctioneer Hervey sold lot No. 5 in
nquareNo. 0, South Wheeling, belonging
to Henry Ebeling, for $1,800. Jacob llob
Bicuer was mc purcna#er.
AcQuirrrD.?L. S. Rockwell, who bhot
and killed Jacob Metz, at Midillebourne,
recently, was tried and acquitted, on the
plea of ^elf-defense. Rockwell was formmerly
a junk dealer in this city.
Good Cnor of Cobh.?Mr. Bowman,
who lives up Caldwell's Kun, has a large
piece of grotiud that has never been used
butonco before this season, and the crop
of corn produced from it is very heavy.
Auoxo tho indictments found by the
Belmont county grand jury last week
were one against Capt. James Humes, of
this city, for stealing a steer, and one ,
igaiust Marshall McFarlatid, of Martin's
Ferry, for murder.
Tit eke are now 209 convicts in the
penitentiary, the largest number ever
:onfiited there atone time. One hundred i
?nd forly-four have been received in the i
last year, and eighty*two of them arc Unl? (
led States prisoners. i
Musks. Samuel Laughlin and Geo.R.
raylor returned on Saturday from a |
week's Gibing on the South Branch of the i
Potomac. They were quite successful, and i
wrought something over two hundred i
ilack baw home with them. i
Tub Coram?Ciaccrr Court? judy
jWcin.?The Circuit Court met at 0 a. m.
Saturday, as usual.
In the cane of Margaret Graham vs.
Bichard B. urahaw, removed from Wirt
county, a decree was directed discharging
rule against defendrnt, and granting
the plaintiff a dirorn from bed anu
board.
In the case of Steenrod and others vs.
Thompson and others, the exception* to
the defendant's ]>l?a were overruled and
plea allowed. )
In the ca?e -of Mary Marling,executrix,
vs. Elijah Marling, Ken., the judg*
merit of the County Court was reversed
and the cause set for trial on November
18th.
In the ca?es o( Iamb, trustee, vs. Cecil;
amo vs. Lnujrtilin, and same vs. Pan*
nell's administrator, the dtmurrer to
plsintifl'* bill was overruled.'
The will of Frederick Iiillebrecht was
fully proved and admitted to probate.
Adjourned until thi? morning, at U
o'clock.
I'oi.ick CoL'ht?Jtufye CVonmer.
On Saturday morning four eases were
disposed of by His Honor, viz:
George tturlchardt, a/uis Geo. Snyder,
ws? fund $1 for disorderly conduct.
Henry Snyder, colored, was fined $1 for
shooting in the city limiti1.
George Ilust, for disorderly conduct at
the Second Ward Market, was finel S5
and costs.
George Hull claw, for drunkenness,was
fined $- and cost?.
In tho afternoon James Winetburg,
James Gonder ar.d Wm. Austin were up
for drunkenness They were fined $2 uud
costs each.
Locai. Peb80?aix?Mis. Dr. l$<ird
returned home on Friday evening from u
two weeks' visit to Kouiney, Jlainp hire
county.
Mrs. Alex. C'amnbcll and whn
had been visiting friends in the city fur
several days laat week, returned hem? on
Saturday.'
Mr. and Mis. Simuel Laughlin have
engaged room* at the Stnium lluuae fur
the winter. Co I. Jacob llornbrook and
wife nre there for the present, and'will
remain until they go South. Col. II. is
in feeble health.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Boyd will have
rooms this winter at the St. James, as also
will Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Phinney.
1 hey have all summered at the Stamui
House out th? National road.
Mr. A. II. King, agent of the Ilolman
Opera Troupe, is at the McLure.
Dr. T. F. Sullivan is rapidly recover*
in# from injuries sustained by a fall from
a window some weeks since.
Lieut. J. "Weed Singleton, a former
Wheeling boy. died at Keokuk, Iowa,
Friday last, of heart disease.
Mr. John F. O'Malley this morning returns
to his home in Pittsburgh. Come
and pee us often, John.
Mr. Hiram Kinney, of the Wheeling
City Mills, will assist his son-in-hw, Mr.
Amos Oihorn. in managing the Cett :nnial
Hotel. atBelUire.
vwine iucar xtammeiaDerg was returning
in his buggy from the race?, last
evening, bin vehicle was knocked to pieces
in a collision that a man, "Bed Abe,"
brought about, who was driving in the
opposite direction. The accident occurred
on Spring Grove nvcnue near the
stock-yards. Kammelsbcrg was thrown
out and terlou?ly, but not dangerously,
hurt about the head. Dr. Iiowe dressed
hia wounds, after which he was sent to his
home, No. 323Findlay street.?Cincinnati
Times of Friday Evening.
Mr. Kumiuelsberg is known to many of
our readers as the son-in-law of Geo. K.
Wheat, E*q., of this city.
Capt. E t. Jlornbrook and wife last evening
returned from Arkansas HotSnrings,
where they have been sojourning lor the
past four weeks. The Captain reports his
health ns much improved, and says that
during his absence lie gained either sixty
or one hundred and sixty pounds?we forget
exactly which?in corporosity.
Wo regret to hear of the illness of Mr.
E.K.Warner, proprietor of the McLure
House. Mr. Warner has been confined to
his bed sincc la?t Wednesday.
It is stated ihat Capt. Ed. Weisgerber,
master mechanic at the B. & 0. shops here,
is to be transferred to Grafton. Ed. has many
friends in the city, who will be sorry
to lose him.
Messrs. Schambra, Stoetzer, Goetzp,
Leo and others, of the Wheeling Turner
.Society, will leave this evening for Steubenville
to assist the Steubenville Turners
in the Grand Exhibition to be given
j there to-night.
Mr. Albert W. Payne, for a long time
connected with Parsons' photograph gallery
of this city, leave* for Cleveland today
to assume his old position in Ryder's
celebrated gallery of that city.
Dr. II. Von Muralt, of Tiltonville, was
in the city on Saturday. The "Doc" reports
everything lovely in his burgh,
especially his ten pound boy, which he
says just looks like his "pa."
^ Mr. "More" J. Levi,thecelebrated New
York ' buffo," left the city on Saturday.
Death cf Glo. Loy.?Mr. Gee. C.
Loy died on Saturday evening laat, a few
minutes alter 5 o'clock, of paralysis.
Mr. Loy was a machinist by trade, and
I ant worked at Sweeneys' shops, in North
Wheeling. Jle had a stroke of paralysis
about four years ago, and another on
Thursday last. During the war Mr. Loy
was a member of Carlin'a battery, and
was on board the steamer Sultana when
Bhe exploded her boilers in 1865. He
escaped from the explosion without injury,
but remained in the water eleven
hours before he was rescued. His funeral
will take place this afternoon at 2
o'clock, from his late residence, 1010 Jacob
street. _
Weddijso La8T Night.?Last evening,
at the residence of tho bride's father,
Mr. John Heckel, on Market street, Mr.
Charles Killrayer and Miss Lena Heckel
were made man and wife. The ceremony
was performed by Rev.Voss, in the presence
of the family of Mr. Heckel and a
few invited guests, who united in wishing
tho young couple a pleasant journey
through life. The attendants were: Mr.
George Lobnea and Miss Julia Gardner,
Mr. lienrj Leonard and Miss Mary Gardner
Mr. George Beck and Miss Mary
Labcr. This morning^Ir.' andMrs. Killmyer
will leave for the eait, nnd the best
wishes of a host of personal friends go
with theiu.
Tjiampbr of Keal Estate.?The following
transfer of real estate was admitted
to record in the office of the Clerk of ,
tho County Court, Saturday:
Deed made September 10th, by Joseph ,
Caldwell Pierce and wife, of New Orleans,
La., to Phillip Hillenbrand, of this city, ,
for the north half of lot No. 15, in square ,
No. 21,on^the east fiide of Jacob street,
between l wentv-aeventh and Twentyeighth
at recta, in Caldwell'* addition to
the city olWhelling; $630.
Accident to Mb. James McCodrtKEY,?On
Saturday evening Mr. Jamea
McUourtney, while returning to hia home
in tho country, met with an nccident
which might have resulted much more
aerioii'ly than it did. lie waa driving at
a pretty lively pace, when one of the r
whet*l?? of hi* buggy auddenly came off.
rho liornc ran off, and Mr. McCourtney
wa* (hrovn out,hut crcapcd unhurt. We
underrtntd that the horno waa pretty had- i
ly hurt before hi* wild race wad ended, j
Tnc Sciimulbacii Zouavej.?This !
companr will herenfter meet in the Capi- t
tol building, on Tuchday and Friday even- ?
'"K i ?lcJ moved their quartern
thither liy invitation of Gov. Matthew*.
They will u?o the arms belonging to the i
Mathews Light Guard* until they can *
draw thuir quota from the Stato. The 1
men are advancing rapidly in the drill >
nod when uniformed will prceent a Que t
uppearance. I
Trie MxssisnciioR.?Tho Mwanerchop
Singing JJociety held a meeting yenterday I
afternoon for tho purpose ol ekctinj; t
officers. Oiher huainefr, however, which [
required attention, ?u dlapoaed of, and c
ihe election iraa postponed tor two week* (
- ?
Titt Barbett-Clator Boat Race.?
The bolt race between John Barrett, of
the >'ail CItr club, and Edward Clator, of
the Brown club, which took place oter
the lower course on Saturday afternoon,
attracted a large crowd of spectators.
The race waa one mile and a half down
the riter and return, for a pari* of $400
a aide. There waa more excitement at*
tending thia race than was manifested
oyer the l)enmarah-Weiagerl>er race, for
the r^Mon that Barrett and Clator had
rowed once before, an! were believed to
b* pretty etenljr matched. Clator waa
tut farorite from the timo the race wai
agreed on, helming beaten Barrett once,
and the betting waa in the main derided*
lj in liia faror. Ileary odila were offered
on him, in the ratio of $50 to $10,$10 to
$8, and $25 to $20. We heard ol one man
onerirg 10 i?t?i siuu to *iu. uaiors
friends were confident ol victory, and bet
freely on him, making Home Very. wild.
w#ger*.
The start waa made about 5 o'clock
with Clator slightly in the lead, rowing
at tin* rale of about forty-two strokes to
the minute. Clator turned the buoy tiret,
with Barrett close behind. On account
of the darkness the contestant could not
be seen from the starting place on the
home atretch until within several hundred
yarda of the atake boat, when it waa
discovered that Barrett was fully twelve
length* ahead, while Clator had almost
ceased rowing, Barrett came in between
twelve and thirteen lengths ahead of Clator,
making hia three mile* ea?ily in
24:.;0.
John Moore, the referee, awarded the
race and alike* to Barrett,and the money
via* promptly handed over by Chria.
Seibkc, the twkeholdcr. The judges
wore: I). C. Cochran and Sam. Ufown,
of tie Bro*n Club. I ir Clator, ?nd Geo.
W. John-on and &lwar<l Cornbauer, of
the Nail City Club for Barrett.
ClatotV Irieiid' .ay ihat ho waa taken
with a cramp while on the homo atretcli,
which waa the cause of hit letting down
*o unexpectedly. They further claim
that lie ia the beat oanman of the two,
and would have badly beaten Barrett but
for the cramp. It is evident lhat they
believe what they aay, too, a* Clator has
challenged Barrett to row another race
for a purse of $300 or $-100, and
the frienda of both will meet at the
.Spring Garden saloon to night to put up
the forfeit money. If the race is made,
it will be looked forward to with interest
by the boating fraternity.
The Nail City boys had a grand "'blow
out" at their boat housd in Iho evening,
in honor of the victory of their man.
There were present nil the leading oarsmen
of the city, and a number of invited
guests, who were entertained in a most
hospitable manner. Several speeches
were made, and n good lime waa had
generally. An interesting event of the
evening waa the presentation ot a gold
scull boat scarf pin to Barrett, hjrUrubb,
the Jleguter local. Charley Seabright,
Bob McClelland, Geo. Johnson, Ed. Corni.I.'?..!,
r..i
charge of the xiC'air, itnd uih<1c it plea<aut
for nil.
Temperance.?-The temprrance meeting
held in Oil's Hall, last Saturday
night, waaconducfed by l'rc-idcnt Hiram
Young and Capt. J. ll;tg:;J. 1was opened
with a very earnest prayer in behalf of
the temperance caute, ufter which the
audience wan addressed by Messr*. G. W.
ttaggs, Alex. Thoburn, III rani Young
and E. O. Cracraft. The President, Mr.
Hiram Young, ia improving very much
in hi1* temperance gpsecben. He made
one of the best and most vendible addresses
ever made in OilV, Hall and if he still
continues in the name manner,will enon he
in the Held along with Love, Cracraft and
others. The "Seige Gun" said he wa.? interested
in the coming festival and spoke
in fa; or of it an a meant) of getting money
to carry on the work this winter. The
feitival is to be hell in the-Rune
room occupied by the baby show, No.
Illy Main street, and not in Olt'a Hall, an
previously announced. From present
indications it will be a grand affair.
Among other things a gold cross is to be ,
voted for. There are two candidates,
Misses Capitola Marshall, of tho First
Ward, and Maggie IJattelle, of the Seventh
Ward. Every person who can spare
iocenta ought to go and help this Union.
An experience meeting was held list
night at Olt'a llall, which had the effect
of bringing out Rome new talent in behalf
of the Murphy movement. They were
Messrs. J. U. McFall, \Vm. II. Sadler,
Hugh Harrixon, John Hill, 'Una Kurt,
Thos. Young, John Q. i'ellville, A. G.
Wincher and many other*. Quite a
large audience was in attendance. Mr.
E. G. Cracraft conducted the meeting.
There will be no meeting at Ott's Hall on
Thurfday night on account of the festival.
The "Mulligan Guards" Behind
Bars.?-For ttevcral days pant some seven
or eight tramps, calling themselves tlio
"Mulligan Guards," have been making
their headquarters at the city lockup.
There are two cripples in the party, one
of whom has only one leg and the other
none. These cripples did the begging for
the party, whije the remainder doubtless
<nu nie stealing. un 1'riday last th*
leader of the party, known as Tom. Conley,
alias "Washington Bed," "went
through" Steele Miller at tho lockup,
while the latter was sleeping off one of
his mild jamborees. Conley was arrested
by Officer Henry on Saturday, and locked
up. This started the".Mulligan Guards',"
and they made Iiomc howl in the police
court room. Officer Henry made a dash
at them and put them to rout, and cap*
turcd four prisoners, who were locked up
to answer for disorderly conduct.
Hotel Personals.?-The following are
among the late arrival* at the hotel*:
MeLurc.?J. If. Payno nnd wife, Miss
Mollie Payne, Richmond; J. A. Ilobinson,
Brown's Mills; J. A. McColloch and wife,
Point Pleasant; J. C.Craft and wife, Bellaire;
James Henderson,Cumberland.
&. Jamrj.?T.ShipleyrCharles E. Pearson,
Jnmea A. Wallace, P. O'Neill, T. T.
Forsythe, Baltimore; Mrs. Hendershott,
Marietta, O,; M. Tliomen, Kavenna.O.,
J. Carnahan, Tiffin, O; John Howard,
Cincinnati, 0.
ownm?rranK npicer, Jienry mcoann,
Canton, Ohio; G. II. Munetter, Wellsville,
Ohio; S. Meighen, Jollvtown, Pa.; B. Engle,
Middleton; W. II. Glover, Portland,
B. T. Monroe, Komine'e Mills; Albert G.
Kent, Wayneeburg.
Death op Lieut. Sinoleton.?The
lieuth of Jnines Weed Singleton, a former
Wheeling boy, is announced as having oc- i
surred at Keokuk, Iowa, on the 19th inat.
Lieut. Singleton in 1SGI went out in the
three months service from this city, and
was afterwards a member of the First <
West Virginia Infantry, in which regi- I
sent ho served during tho entire war, i
rising from the ranks to a Lieutenancy. 1
(lis death resulted from heart disease. '
He leaves a wife and four children.
A LARGE majority of pedestrians who <
j?e the crossing on 12th street, from Gut- I
nan's corner over to the Exchange Bunk, I
would like to know where said crossing
fill bo during rainy weather. Ditto tho
ironing on the tapper aide of 14th on Eoff <
ttreel.
Justice Bulger.?Thomas Williams
iraJTbefore Justico Bulger on Saturday
norning to answer a charge of disturb- \
ng me peace, preferred by Herman Diet* ;
:ich. Thu examination mulled in his <
jeing held in f?50 to keep the pence for 1
lix months.
The Mitchell family appeared again (
n Turner iiall on Saturday night. The |
tudienco was not no largo as on the night ;
>rcviou?. The acting of the Sullivans ]
ran tho principle feature of the enter- <
ainment, while the balance of the com- 1
i?nuy did as well as usnal. i
? m r <
Baltimobe, Md.?I havo used Dr.
Sail's Cough Syrup personally and in 1
ny family for two or three years, and am I
irepared to say that there is nothing to (
ompare to it as a remedy for Coughs, ]
solgjSj etc.?Jame< Carrie, DentitL d&w \
Pulpit Ponrrt.?Tha 8serament of the
Lord's Sapper *u administered la connection
with the morninK service at
Thomson M. E. Church yesterday. Rev.
W. C. Wilson, Presiding Elder, preached
morning and evening.
Last evening Rev. Dr. George, at the
Fourth street M. E. Church, delivered an I
addrew upon thesubjectof "Moral Cow*
ardice," illustrated in the case of Wm.C.
Oilman, the Now York forger.
Kev. Miller, at the Disciple* Church i
yesterday,delivered the second of acourso
of Itctureson Divine evidences.
A Sunday School Institute will be held
at 8t.,Clairsvillo to-morrow. I
The llarnesville District CJouference
will meet at Darnesville, Ohio, on the
13th prox.
Rev. J. E. Reynolds preached at the
Cathedral yesterday morning.
Oct. 28th and 20th have been set apart
as special days for prayer throughout the
Christian world.
llev. George Hollinger preached ill the
African M. E. Church yesterday morning.
llev. George Schwinn, 1*. E., occupied
the pulpit ol the German M. E. Church
yeiterdav morning and evening. ^ Communion
followed the morning service. A
lovo feast wa* held at 2;30 in tho afternoon.
Rev. 8. B. BarniU being absent nt the
annual convention of the Synod to which
he belongs, at Venango, Crawford county,
Pa., Kev. J. II. McMechen occupied the
Eulpit of the Sixteenth Street English
tnhcran Church yesterday morning.
Kev. John W.Goodlin, Secretary of the
Home Mission Hoard of the Lutheran
General Synod, is expected to piss
through the city on Wednesday, from a
vi-it to Missions in Kentucky, and preach
at the Englinh Lutheran Church Wednesday
evening at 7$ o'clock.
11 >ii.man OrritA Tuoupjc.?Thin evening
the Iloliuan 0|?era Troupe will commence
a brief engagement at tta Opera
House in comic opera. "Girofle-Qirofla"
will be produced this evening, we hope
before a crowded house. The Holmans
enjoy a reputation of being first-clans exponents
of comic opera, and are highly
spoken of by the press everywhere. The
impreuion may have obtained that their
performance* are of the "loud" kind,
which doesthem great injustice. There
is nothing in their entertainments which
would offend the most fastidious. We nee
by the Pittsburgh papers that they
played to fashionable audiences at the
Lyceum, in that city, last week.
The Cincinnati Enquirer says of the
company:
Too ilolman Opera Troupe gave the
liveliest and best entertainment of the
'vmviu jja kikuuic in ui1v ul lue
mopt amusing aril graceful of tho OfTenbnchian
operas, and its laughable situations
and absurdly comical tableaux were
worked up very effectively, forming a
series of vastly entertaining pictures.
The enlivening "Hoop La" song was rendered
with telling elTect, and the drinking
song called forth a flattering encore. In
the third act Miss Sallie Holman introduced
Henry Bishop's exquisite aong,
"Lo! Hear the Gentle Lark," and sang
it in a manner which showed unmistakably
that she at least has lost none of the
charms of voice and brilliancy of execution
which first gained her u place in the
admiration of Cincinnati opera-goer?. It
is au exceedingly difficult composition,
but Miss Holman compassed it with
marked ease and displayed greater resource*
of vocalization than she has
usually been regarded as po<sc?*or of.
BalfoV beautiful oj?era of "The Bohemian
Girl" will be presented at the matinee
on Wednesday afternoon. Seats can
be secured without extra charge.
I'litn Alarm Telegraph.?The fire
alarm telegraph will probably be in successful
operiition in this city within a
few days. There will be four boxe? put
up by the local insurance companies;
three of them in the engine houses and
oneinthecity building. Thirty boxes
have been subscribed for by private partie.',
and as showing how much territory
will he covered we will mention that there
will be one at the Capitol, one at tlie
u'-.i 1t_!__ ?l'_l 1 .
mv.-mctii uiuuii ?cirkrajm ouice, one hi
the South Wheeling (ilnH? Works, one at
the Central Glass Works, one at the Arlington
Stove Works anil one at the residence
of Mr. II. W. List, in the Seventh
Ward.
The fire alarm telegraph iB not a aeparaie
affair but is a part and portion of
the American district system, the alarm,
bein^ given from the eame box and by
the Butue machinery an that used to call a
do?:!or,messenger, police,carriage, &c., and
is being constructed for the American I
District Telegraph Co. by and will lie
wholly and entirely in charge of the
Western Union Telegraph Co.
News mow Tkxas.?A letter waa re-1
ceived by Mr. Clark, of South Wheeling,
from his son-in-law, who went to Texas a i
short time since, stating that work is ]
plenty there, and no rnau need be idle if j
he is willing to work. Common laborer*,
he says, are paid from $9 to $12 per week. |
lie intends removing bis family there at j
once. Ilis advice is for all to go out I
to Tex a?.
In the Coolkr. ? Besides the five
tramp known as the "Mulligan Guards,"
men'.ioued elsewhere, the following arrival*
were registered at tho lockup Iaat
night: Henry Bushman, charged with
disorderly conduct; 'Qua. Wcitzell, fighting
in the Eighth Ward; Thomas Duly,
using personal abuse toward John Out;
Thomas Williams,committing an assault
and battery upon Herman Deitrich.
Musical.?Mr. E. S. Sullvan, the
organist of the Church of the Immaculate
Conception, assisted by the choir of
the church and other talent, will give a
concert in that church before long. The
e.Tcct time is not known as to when the
concert will take place, but due notice
thereof will be given. It promises to be
u first-class affair.
NoQooiium.?The Waverly Literary
Society were to have held an adjourned
meeting at the city buildinir on Saturdav
evening for tlio purpose of reorganizing.
There were too uiany outside attraction*,
however, nnd the attendance was aoamall
that the matter was postponed to a future
day.
Yesterday was one of the moat disagreeable
days of the aenaon. A cold,
gloomy rain aet in about noon and continued
throughout the afternoon and lale
into the night. The beautiful weather
we had been enjoying for eo long will be
andly missed by those whose buaineaa takes
them much out doom.
A Knock Down Augcment?La.?t
evening August Out and Kichanl Wallers
had an nrgumant in the Second Ward
market which ended with the latter
knocking tho former down. A warrant
was i?sued for Walter#.
The Kail City Hoat Club on Saturday
ivening presented a beautiful gold aciilijoat
rcarl pin to Louis Felsingcr, who
iraincd Barrett for hia race with Clator.
A little son of Mr. Dan. C. Cochran,
iho confcctioner, hail a narrow cncapo
;rom being run over by a wngon on Mar
?et street, Saturday morning.
mildness conquers?and hence it is
lhat flie gentle yet positive influence of
Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup overcomes ko
luicklf the disorders of Babyhood. I'rice
lb cents. d.v y
Oon Onruuxo this \Vr.ck.-Black
-a?htnere* from 58c upwards; Lupin's
ir.iMt 40-inch colored Cashmeres at 75c;
200 banchoiue Cloaks at manufacturers
prices; 100 pieces fast colored Prints at6c;
>ver 300 pieces beautiful Dress Suitings at
25c; 200 pieces red, grevr and white Flan*
lei* at low price*; black and colored
Silks at prices that no one can imagine.
Waterproofs and Beavers, all the pre*
railing htyles,withgtrimmiugs to match.
>hawl<, in the largest and newest designs
>ut. Our entire itock of goods at very
ow price*. Give ua a call and convince
ourwlf. IL Blum 4 Bao.
!
The great auction sale of Books will
continue a (aw evening! this week, oppo
?ita McLura House, Market street. Alio
at private aale during the day, at about
one half regular prices. Call and see
the fineit itock o( books ever brought to .
Wheeling.
In consequence of the loir water and
fog the Fanchon waa unable to return on
Sunday as advertised, but will leave this
day positively.
ilOBITZ EisxebA Co., Philadelphia.
I bare never felt as well as I do now. I
take every morning a dose of your Import- ,
ed Dutch Bittern and have been curcd en- J
tirely of stomach-achc, dyspepsia and Ions
of appetite, of which I suffered more than
5 years. I commend your Bitters to everyone
with pleasure
Bi'uprctfuUy rii's,
'ADOLPH BCnLEJIKGER.
JtemiHtrwl, Ttxat.
M. Eisn'ru & Co's Dutch Bitters (lioonr
kanp of Maag-BilUr) is for sale in all Drug
titores.
Small mimical inhtkuurntm.?do
not forget tho sale of these articlen at
8heib'u Music Store on Main Street.
Great bargains are obtained there erery
day, and the eale lasts but a few days
longer.
Just received, a lot of Children's Shoes
of the latest styles, at L. V. Blond's.
Brkak down in Pricks.?Dress Goods
3 cents, Black Kid Gloves 35 cent* and
Carpets an cheap as 15 cent*. They have
to be sold to raise money now.
J. \f. Febrel.
Gents' fine shoes of the latest styles
just received at L. V. Blond's.
Good Black Kid Gloves for 35 cts., at
J. W. FehkelV.
The finest shoes kept in the city at
l. V. Blond's.
Down ! Down ! Down ? Another
break down in prices of Dry Goods and
Carpets. Bound to sell at Fotne price \
whether the mills run or not. Corner
Main and 20th streets. _
j. w. f errel.
If you want to get euite<] in a pair of *
shoea go to L. V. Blond's.
Break down in jtriccs of Dry Clooiln ,
and Carpets. Now i* your time. Call ,
and price. Got to sell.
J. W. Ferrel. i
The cheapeat shoea in the city at
L. V. Blond'*
Carpets! Carpets! Car|>eU! It is a
well Bcttled fact that the cheapeat Carpetn
and Dry Goods in the city are found
at J. W. Fehoel's,
Corner Main and 20th St.
Happy-tidings lor nervous sufferers
and those who have been doced, drugged
and quacked. Pulvertnacher'a Electric
Helta effectually cure premature debility,
weakneaa and decay. Book and Journal,
with information worth thousands,
mailed free. Address Pulvermaciier
Galvanic Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, d&w '
Astonibhino Succkhs.?It is the duty '
of every person who has used Boschee's
German Syrcp to let its wonderful qualities
be known to their friends in curing .
Consumption, severe Coughs, Croup, '
Asthma, Pneumonia, and in fact all
throat and lung diceafes. 2so person can
iii<e it without immediate relief. Three
iloses will relieve any case, and we con- ^
nider it the duty of all; Druggists to recommend
it to the poor dying consumptive, I
at least to try one bottle, as 40,000 dozen '
bottles were sold last year, and no one
case where it failed was' reported. Such
a medicine as the German Syrcp cannot
bo too widely known. Ask veur Druggist
about it. Sample bottles to try sold at
10 centP. Regular size 75 pent?. For
sale br all first-class Druggists in the
United States. eod&w
Stiver Sews. j
The marks last evening indicated 3 feet
4 inches and stationary.
The Ragon left for Parkortburg a?
usual on Saturday morning.
The Andes is due from Cincinnati today.
(
The Tempest's boilers will be repaired
before she leaves for the South.
The O'Neal, Phaeton nnd Telegram
were running as usual on Saturday.
The Science will leave for Parkersburg
thin morning.
The Market Boy goes to Matamoras to- 1
dar. _ 1
ihe Thanhouser is aground at the g
"trap" below Pittsburgh. y
The Exchange will enter the Pittaburgh
and Portmnouth trade aa soon as the river 4
rises sufficiently. <
Lew Rice, assistant Clerk of the Fan- t
chon, has accented the position of clerk of
the Ouichita river packet Clara Silberna*
gle. June Dunbar succeeds Rice on the
Fanchon.
The Fanchon was due from Cincinnati (
last night, and is announced to leave upon
her return trip this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Andy Harrison, who was injured by the
explosion of the Comfort, will resume his
nOpitionOK fir Ht tnntonf I tin linonn
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INTELL1CENCER OFFICE J
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'16 AMD 27 FOUBTKKHTO &T.
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DUPONT'S
Wheeling Powder Agency*p
I hive at ill tlmnin Magazine a larga 1?
(took of the abova celebrated Powder,
viz: Rifle, Sporting (In oan?), Blasting
and llinlag. In metalla packages, which
I will aell it nholculeat maniifeoturer'e ?\
prion. I have Portable Magazines of
different ilzei for shipping and will dellv i'
er free on oira or boat. This Powder
la untquiled In strength and quality.
jell ?l. IIUI.I.Y, Hole Aionl. "
rtAltOMNA liICE-50 TIERCES, |
\J rectivcl uiitct from Chirleiton, In atnre aoJ I
foraaltl.y M. HK1LLY, '[
HWawfl 1111 llalu HirrH. 1
AVEHY LARUX AND COMPLETE STOCK I
of Htapleand Fancy Qroccrlca. We htndlo I
uono burflnt-daaiBoodi. Loweat market prlcea, J
WW L18T, DAYJH PCKT & FAKK8;
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WHOLESALE
2&. RE
WIIOLK8AL
fork: :F,
AND DE/
"rovlilonj, Sugari, Molisiei, Syri
iSolo Agent for the Dupont Po J
on. 1UOO nud 1311 Mali
ft?'l I
GROCERIES.
Jersey Farm Butter
We have made arrangements with Gbn.
F. M. HAllIiiy to handle the Butter made
it his Dairy. It is packcd in half pound
prints, y?<// weight, and is sweeter and fresh*
tr than any Butt*r brought to this market,
[iive it a trial and he convinced.
THOBURN & BRO.,
GROCERS,
coeneh Market and Eleventh.
oc3
"Satin Gloss" Flour.
We are constantly receiving this
CELEBRATED FLOUR,
ME FINEST and BEST ever introduced
into this market.
Don't Waste Your Monoy Upon
Inferior Brands.
3CY THE BEST?THE SATIN GLOSS.
I ' 1 n i n in
I ay Tciegmpn.l
Pittsddroii, October 21.?River 20
inches. Weather cool anil rainy; rained
nearly all day, and will probably bnve 3
or 4 feet of water bv to-morrow night.
Brownsville reports show nearly 5 feet of
water, and riding, and reports from the
Upper Allegheny are also favorable.
8t. Louis, October 21.?Arrived? ?
Maude, Vicksburg; Blue Lodge, Golden
Eagle and Arkansas, Keokuk; City of
Cheater, Memphis; Miller, Cincinnati. '
Departed?Glencoe, New Orleans. River
risen 7 inches. Rained part of the day;
clear and cool to-night.
Memphis, October 21.?llivcr rising i
slowly. Arrived?John Fletcher. Departed?Ruth,
John Wilson, Capital City |
and Colorado. Weather cloudy.
Cairo, October 21.?River 4 feet 9
inches and rising. Arrived?Silverthorn,
Joseph Kinney, Port Eads and Belle St. .
Louis. Departed?Mollie Moore, Belle
Memphis, Silverthorn and Joseph Kinney.
Weather cloudy.
Evaksville, October 21 .?River 2 and
8.10 and stationary. Weather cloudy and I
light rain during the day. Down?Stahlrann
and Fawn. Up?Dora Cobler, Sallie
Carnev, Maggie Smith and Rapidian;
little tusiness. The steamer E. B. Stahlman
leaves for Cincinnati Tuesdav aa the regular
packet. The Bteamer jTohn S. T
Bransford leaves Saturday to go in the same
irade. c
|F TOU WANT
LETTER HEADS PRINTED, d
IT
call at tiih 5|
lisi, uavenpon & rarKS,
SOLE AGENTS.
je3Q
GROCERIES.
I0S. SPEIDEL & CO.,,
two iron fronts.
largest Stock in the City of
Dotfeo, Sugars, Teas,
Syrups, Tobacco,
Grocers' Sundries.
GUIDING STAR FLOUR,
The Cheapest and Best Flour made. Don't
et unprincipled dealers induce you to take
ome other Star Flour, saying it is the same.
iVc hnvo the exclusive sale of Guiding Star,
ivery sack of which has Ralston, Hall &
-o's nRmc on it. All dealers are requested
o examine our Ktoek.
1-tio sinln a in? Nomn stn.
au!3
j UST RECEIVED?
5 Tlcrcra BmINyo Iftmn,
2 Tierces Bee Hive shoulders,
2 Boxes Bee Hive Kreakf?iit Bacon,
2 Tierces bugur Cum! Beef,
6 C?m-? I'rtKMnl Corned Beef,
2 Cams Cooked Tongue,
1 IVaflCo.kml Ham.
1 Caw tilth's 8|>iccd Sainton,
1 Cue Cincinnati 8 C. Tongue,
10 Boxes Burlington Herring,
1 Cue Ounra Jeilcy.
Will le retailed cheap by
It. .T. S51YTII,
JelG Corner Market and Fourteenth 8t?.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
^STABLISIIED IN 1837.
.* KIAOM VAKCK. | W. B. BCflUJiS. | A. O. WIKCUM
/ANCE, HUGHES & CO.,
HUCCBB80BR TO
ANCE & AOAMS and C. 0. KNOX & CO.
Manufacturers ami Jobber# of
Soots and Shoes,
No. 1301 Main St., Wheeling, W.Va.
Ja8
p0 CAPITALISTS,
f PARTIES OF S if ALL MBAKS DESIROUS
OF ESQ AO ISO IN ORATE GROW.
ISO, COAL MIXIXQ OR MARKKT
OARDENISO.
On account of advanced age, I itn dealroua of
lunging mr mldencv, and tbeiefore otfcr (or aale
ly Uriu ltbated onpotlte the city of Whaling,on
ie river bank, midway bctweca Bridgeport and
lartln'a Ferry, and immediately adjoining the
Uligf of ?tnavlll<>. The property conalataof CO
m of hill and table land aud IS of rim bottom.
i the hill there are two aeatna of coal, 5% and 3J4
?t thick, three depoalta of lirawtoue, an 8 foot
in of cIom texture aand orfree atone, an 18 foot
tin of marl. which altogether make a anil and an
Qilerlylng tod of depoaita of a rich au?l valuable
uuictcr.
On the lurface, the larger portion of which lira ,
mlly ?loplng to the ea?t, and all uwl?r dliectex*
wine to the auo, ia a Vineyard of S6 acm. mwtly
atawb* grapea, all In floe bearing condition, about
vtn yrara old, which ha? pioven itaelf able to
it a handaome per cent to the cultivator.
The property la being appraised above and !*
w by an advancing tide of penona aecking imall
mwteada, and la now really tha only unoccupied
rrltory between Bridgeport and Alaitln'a Ferry.
Ii valuibleai an Inveattntnt for capital aceklug
aafe purchase. and valuable to thoae wbo want '
arket gardening ground cloac to the city. It fronta
sautlfully upon tne river and coutnanda a view
the city, the laland and the wholeaccuery of tho
illey.
Tho tcrma of sale will be one-third caah, balance ;
i two annual pay men ta, 8 tier cent Intei cat on i
rred payments. For further putlculara Inuulro
KICUAKD CRAWFORD,
Oa the premlaea, or br mail at Bridgeport, 0. 1
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^HiTa|7(kiMLKS i
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bAUaHpMllvOTMi 1
CROCERIES.
ILLY,
E GROCER
ACZEB,
LLER IN
IpSHiloSrTlour, Meati, 4c., &0
rder Mill, Patent Safety Fuie.
uSt., WheellBg, W. Vb.
BlUVbO ? HAHUWAHt
The Cheapest
The Best,
The Largest
COOK STOVE
la the Market if the Celebrated
VALLEY STAR.
BENJAMIN FISHER,
STAR FOUNDRY.
A great variety of other Cook Stoves always
on hand. jsa-AllStovee guaranteed.
Mtrbellzed Iron am 8la(? Mantel*.
Freestone and Slate Heirtbi, &o.
Call, examine and iee pricea before parchasing
elaewhere.
jg F. CALDWELL.
Marble, Slate & Iron Mantles,
Common Grate*, Tile and all kind* of
.Terra Cotta good*.
Galvanized Iron Work and Tin
Roofing,
TOGETHEK WITH A COMPLETE AS
k EORTMENT OK
COOKING STOVES
And Ilome Furnishing Good*. We cull
special attention to the
Peerless Radiator Shaking Grate.
The mo*t complete Grate in th* market.
It can be seen in operation in Mr. Frank
Coen'a fine residence on the Island, ( nil
and examine.
1507, 1500 A 1511 Main Street,
near II. A 0.1C. 1L Depot. mr?
^RE YOU GOING TO MOVE?
?juh i, j uu ?i am n
NewCookStove
The BEST and CHEAPEST STOVLS IN
THE MARKET can be found nt
IVo. 14LSC5 Main St
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON
AND OTHER
First-Class Stoves,
Can now l?e bought Cheaper than em
before.
ALL STOVES WARBAA?ED TO tLKiBB
uon't lau to call and ?ee our Nioot i?ffore
purchaiing.
JOSEPH BELL & GO.
ARLINGTON STOVB WOBK9,
No. 1436 Main St., Whrkliko, W. Vi.
mrl2
PLUM BINC .CAS FITTINC
rpRIMBLE & HORNBROOK.
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fittorf,
Dealeri in Lead, Iron, Galraniaad, Btaaw, Wiui
and Drain Pipe*. Kwp eonatantljr on land a l*ri?
MKrtinrot Braaa Good*, Bteara and Water fina#*
Pumfa >od Gaa Fixtures.
sou lexxra roa wnr Tiaxim> r.?
COLUAN'8 CELEBRATED 8A8 MACMI^t
tUWD FOR CISCU/.AU
1413 MARKET STREET. WHEELIM. V
Prompt attention given to order* from?dlrtawt
To Iron Mills and Engine Buildcri.
W. hurt ?.ld?d to oar PLUMBING >?J
FITTING catabllahment, a new and coftpl*'-'
B11AH8 FOUNDRY,
in J ire now prepared to make ill Modi cf Ml
lad Engine Bnua Cutlngt it ibort noUwinJt'
the very best quality.
THJMBLE & HORNBBOOK,
t-3 Wo. 1418 Markft ?tn?t._
OBACOOS.-l JfWEO.N HAM>
a lull line of Tobaccoa from the Icadlni m?*
afactorlm in the count!*, including l*nll?"'?
Klnter Bro*., ilolbrook'i Monitor N?*y,
Hollirook'n Nary, llotncr Hudson, J.
Blchmoti'i: J. B. race, Danville, Va.; B. F. (
It and otlieii. I can furnlab all itjlca ''
lucae factor!* at lownrt market jirlrr.
M. HKIl.LY. ISM ami Mil Mat'J*:.
PISH?MACKEREL, KM. 1,2 < ") 3
In Kami*IUUUtrrebiDdKit*. Ul'H?ring
In Half aod Quarter Barrels. tialt Water B?'
ring In Barrel* and llalf Barrel*. "'"i?
[or a*lo by M. BEIU*.
1809 and 13Uil?a8t

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