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FOB RENT.
? mrr-Boon-Boi.iDnro.-A u/rr
1' wall laralahod Front koum, caatraliy locatcd,
with or without hoard, mliaUo tm three or lour
fcrtlo?b. Knqulrt at thto offlca. p<JP>
JPOR RENT?
Two of tboM nuli fancy Store Rooms,
with good Dwelling* attached, on Eleventh
itreeU
PpwimIop to be had immediately.
fr7 t. IRWIlf, Agent.
J^OB BEWT?HOUSE?
Containing otght roeoa and Bath Boom, on
(iaa and water, Will be rented low to'reaponrfble
tenant. Enquire ol
JOSEPH L. WILDS,
actfl Bookaclier end Stationer, 10M Mala 8L
FOR SALE.
gius o fv aTuX5lVbHal?otatL
In the County Court of Ohio Count/, Wot Virginia.
Thomaa Colrlo )
n. } In Chancery.
J. K, Davla ?t U. J
By tlrtneofadcaeeof the Cbooty Coort of Ohio
County. entered on Um day ot October, 1877,
la Um Chancery Order Book of aald Court, ou Me
M)l. In the chancery cauie of TbouaaColvIn ra. J.
K. Peril at al. In aaid Court, the uoderalgned Special
Cummlaaiooer will on
8 ATUEDA Y, tha 3d day ol December, 1877,
At 10 o'clock a. m., at tbe front door of the Court
House of Ohio eouoly. W. Va., proceed toaaU at
Kbitc auction tha tallowing valuable real eatate,
wit:
ltA*4nftlna m Ik* Bntitk IIK.A( Inhn .trul lu>
1Mb) atl point which lJtwenty-tbtoefeetand oneaixlh
Inches from the northern corner of lot number
ooe hundred awl dghty-oae (1M) and In lh?,
centre of tbedlrUloo wall between the tint and
eecond tenemi-uta west of alley; thence weatward
with aouth aid* of John atmt (now lftth atrot) |
flfUeo feet and tbrte Inches to the eaitwardhr line
of property owoad by Jan>w McAdatna, and with
tola line (oiriiioa Id part bet ween ?e<ond and third
tenewtnu) otM hundred aud twenty-four feet and
ten lucbai to tbe n rt hwardi j line of alley in imr
and with the Mmei-astirardly fifteen feet and ten
iochea to a atake which Is uruty-three feat and
ooe-aizth Inches Worn the southeast corner of aald
lot; thence northwardly to and with thecantra of
division wall between Mid tenement* one and two
one hundred and twenty-four feet and ten incites,
to the place of beginning, together with the build*
toga and appurtenance* thereunto belonging, being
the asuM_property heretofore conveyed to laid
Divla by Tbomae O'Brien and wife by deed dated
January 2Mb, 1875.
Tnaa or tULB-Onwtblrd of the purchase
money in mn, sou u mucn mere u me
purchaser may elect, ooe?half of tbe remainder lo
uine month* (rum tbe day of sale, and theretwlntier
ot the purchue money In eighteen months
from tbe day of ale, the purchaser Klrln* his notea
with approved security for neb ot ssid deferred
IntUUnienU. Hal J notes to bear legal In tercet and
tbe title will be retained until all tbe purchase
money is paid up.
JOHN a PEHDLETOK^?
pedal Commladotur.
J. Chamdkm Ukivkt, Auctioneer. noltf
HOUdK FUR BALE.?I oiler (or sale the bouse
on foulh Front street, islan<l,ln which 1 now
reside. House conUlna nine rooms, pen try, Lath
room and water rkeel; wash bouse and coal house
in tbe basement There are hot and cold water
and gas fixtures on all three floor*. Tbe lot li CO
by m feet, and tbe nroonds well Improved.
Terms easy, apply to liervey 6 BritL
JOHN MOBOAN,
aep87 goolh Front Street, Island.
-pOB SALE?
Eighty choice Bnlldlog Lota on Wheeling leltnd.
Price from 9400 to |0>0 each. Only one-?ixth of
tbe purchase mosey required in cash. Tbe reridna
m*|T be psld annusuly In ww equal Installments
avini mi *uafl r. uii.v.nnioi
ap8 At Top Mill.
B O "5Z" EE'S
Caimelite Melissa (Mai,
(BAD DB MEII88E DE3 CABXE*,)
' 300 YEARS' REPUTATION.
ANNUAL BALES IN PARIS ALONE,
1,300,000 JJOTTLES.
NnniMfAil ami analalfiaal *? 'li? w.Iwiiihi>
the mo.t eminent of FfiKNCH PHACTIT10NEBH
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR
DYSPEPSIA,
DISORDERS OP THE STOMACH,
AND AIL NERVOUS AFFECTIONS,
OCT THE GENUINE.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Bold by all DruriUU. General Depot at BOTEH'd,
No. W ftrk Raw, New York.
LAUGHUN BROS. & CO.,
Wholesale Dealtra, Wheeling, W. Va.
_D06-?0d
MARTIN'S
CAPITAL RESTAURANT.
No. 1156 Majuch St., <1 mi only frttelau Rt*taurant
in iht city. It 1? the only Beataunujt thai
baa aeparate roocua for ladles, or where you can find
that quiet clpanllneaa of a home, combined
with the beat cvUitu that can be found in the dir.
Ho krept on hand th? very beat the marketafforaa
In vegetables. Uah, OTatera, game, and everything
In aaaaon, and aema It up in a manner unexcelled
in the country. He can ba relied upon alvaya to
furnlah everything flrft-chua. auglO
MALAGA GRAPES,
FLORIDA. ORANGES,
NEW.FRENCH PRUNES, IMPERIAL,
TWO CASES RIPE BANANAS,
1,000 FRE8H SAN BLAB COCO AN UTS.
Just received at
SCHULZ'S CONFECTIONERY,
1319 MARKSTj9r.
oc30
JACOB SNYDER
1108 MAIM 4 1404 SOUTH 8TB.,
Kwp the limt itock of I HUN and HEAVY
HARDWARE In the UUUs. Hia stock of
ntoa wore, dpniQt, Axiet, vtrnnnes,
PllBtB, 4c,,
* la not excelled by any wtabllahment within hundred
mtlea of Wheeling:
Carriuue and Wagon Manufacturtra will find II
to thtir Intenat to give hlu a cell.
Alaooo haai, LAND PLiSTEB of a nperlor
oaMiy. my8
v CAXLK HAM1LT0*. JAB. H'8KANAIIA!<
HAMILTON & McGRANAHAN,
BRICKI.A YRR8 AND CONTRkCTORS,
Nee. 2410 Eoir Br. and 123 Fimuamc Brnn,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Special attention given to all kindi ol Brick*
war* In the city or country. oc23
J 81NCLAIB & CO.,
Wbolmle Dealer* in
T E .A. S,
1812 MAIM HTREET.
Kctp lo atcck a fall anortmcntof the Ttrioua klodi 1
and gradea. oc24 |
nusw 4 CO.,
BOOK BINDERS
f& V
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
An prapand at til Urna, with tba bMt malarial
Jo fill ordcra lav Wank Books, tocta u in imd by
Banka, Count!?, Corporations, lialtroada and Mv
cbanu. upon ibort notK and In tha mart diairablaand
workmanlike manner.
Harlot all tha Utmt and moat Improvad macbl??
wafaalconfidant that wa willrvodtr antlra
atlafartlon ti all who favor u? with their ordna.
Music, Mf tinea and Periodicals of ?t ary de?
acriptkn bound in a neat aad durabla mnonar.
MILLS, FREW A 00,
'.vot. b aid 27 Foomnmi 8r*
WHKKLCTO, W. VA
"^y ANTED TO BUY?
Note* Mcnred by firat mortftf* on good
city property. Enquire of
J. DALLAS EWING,
Attorney ML?w.
eepl8 64 Twelfth Bt.
J. T. STONE
13 SELLING
Mao'. Bm Calf Boots from? V 71 op.
Mtn'a Htmrj Boota from?2 M up.
Bojri1 Kip Uuola trout.. t 75 up.
YouthaP Kip Boota 1 SI up.
ChliJ'i Kip Boota Ixoou.. ? 1 10 ap.
Man'* Am Bockia Aiaxlt from ? 1 71 up.
Man'a Ana Button CoograM from.. 1 75 up.
U?11m' AC1 Hum (iota 1 ? up.
Udlaa* Am Bawad PtMJv button frota... 1 ? up.
LadW Bm Bavsd Peblto Bala from....... 1 31 up,
Mbaaa* floaty*^ Ptbt>)?Button from... 11) up
Mtan' Am mewed ftbUtBala from....... 1 10 up.
Child'* Am Bcvtd PrbbU Button Iron . 1 SB un.
Child'* Am H?w?d tv.bl* Hall frmo_ W up.
Inknt'a Hue Hewed PebbW Bali Iron...... 90 up.
Mm' Slippwa from 00 up.
Ladlca' tillpper* frou.. *0 up.
UEMEMBSB, I offer you
Good Goods at 8hoddy Prices.
Bring lb la with you tod conputprleca.
J. T. STOlTEl,
1140 Mtlg Str??t,
?M - miBHBKIXIK'8 BLOCK.
Q A. WINQEKTKB,
DENTIST.
Klt.-ooi Oild. an nd otha AubIWUm
dmlMMnd. n>U
Bargains at Blum s.
The Final 8tock of LADIES' CLOAKS at
I. BLUM & BRO?S
lb# Cheapen ILL WO()L CASHMKBEH it
I. BLUM & BRQ-S
The B?*t tilt lug in J lh? Loweat i'Hced CLOAKS
ctilj it
I. BLXJ3VT &e BRO'3
If you wUli to aave money on BLANKETS, go to
X. BXiXJiyl Sz BBO'S
Eletftnt OHOd GBA1W BILKi lover thin Iba
lowert, ?t
I. SJuTJT^L Sc BBO'S
FLANNELS and WATEltPROOFS it GreltK*ductiooa,
II
X. BLTJJVI <Sc BBO'S
Ttc BEST MINIS reduml 10 Cc per joij II
X. BLUM & BKO'H.
The Knl ?iock ol DIIBH (iOODD In lli< ill; >1
I. BLUM Ac BKO'H.
UllIE# FELT811KTH it wonderful Lo? I'rka,
I. BLUM* BR O'S.
A Pint Aaortmrat?(SHAWLS, tore to |>lcue,at
I BLUM & BRO'S,
Do not fail to call where you can SAVE MONEY,
th? only |1mw.
I. RLUM K RRA'A.
nol7
Teeth extbacted without
pain.
During the alma jreari 1 hive been practicing
In Wheeling 1 hue tdtulnlttered at to oror btcii
thuunuJ peraoni with Pitrirr HArrrr, and In
almoat ererj cue with entire aatiafactlon to nijadi
and patlenta.
We conatanUy keep on hsnda para Nltrooi Oxide
(iaa lor thoae that daire toUkeit
DR. BUBGWON A BOH,
nog No. 1MB jtoht Ht
FRIDAY. NOV. 23,1H77,
New A?iveriinoiuenis.
For Cincinnati?Steamer Hmfann.
For Kent?Residence.
Offal?Lint, Davenport & Park*.
Offal?Schenk & Zoeckler.
Fool Rests, &c.?Mendel, Booth & Co.
George K. McMechen.
New Grocery?Geo. K. McMecbeo.
Look Out Ior Bargains?Paul 1 i Bro.
Two Thousand Dollars to Loan.
Wanted?Bock-keeper.
Harper's Weekly.
Thermometer Record.?1The following
shows the range of the thermometer,
a* observed at Schnepfs drug store,
Opera House corner:
WEDNESDAY.
8 A. m. 12 m. Sr. a 7 t. m.
S3 M 4 9 43
8 a. m. 32 hi sr. k. 7 p>k
48 so so co
Another dark day yesterday.
Lamentably healthy is the *ay an
uptown physician puts it.
Yesterday's bad weather made good
business for the street earn.
The Schmulbach Zouaves will be mustered
into service to-morrow.
A i)rick pavement has been pat down
on either side of the stone bridge.
One release deed admitted to record
yesterday?only thia, and nothing more.
The matrimonial market is dull. No
licensee Jhave been reported for several
dava.
Tracklayiso on the Bellalre and
Sod thwestern Railroad was commenced
on Wednesday.
Thk proposed excursion to Cincinnati
to-morrow on the steamer Hudson hu
been postponed.
The Martin's Ferry Choral Union is to
give a concert in Commercial Hall on
Thursday evening of next week.
TH*Tennesseans,uslavecabin wingers,"
are to give a concert in the Martin's Ferry
M. E. Church next Tuesday evening.
Tn* ferryboat Carrie, at Martin's
Ferry, ha* been sold by Messrs. Jenkins &
Inglebrighl to B. II. Halleck. of Steuben*
vifle.
A lunatic named John McShane, who
has been confined in the Ohio county jail
for some time past, was sent to Weatun
on Wednesday.
Ma. C. W. Lawis, of the firm of Donaldson,
Lewis A Co., will shortly erect
a two-story brick residence on McCullough
street, East Wheeling.
Thv pay roll of the ./Etna Mill amounts
to $2,700 per week, and the La Belle
Glass Company pays its hands $1,200 per
week. These two establishments keep a
large amount of money in circulation in
Bridgeport.
Mr. Charles Graham is potting up a
two-story brick building on the north
Mde ol Chapline street, just sooth of 14th.
The lower floor will be used u offices,
and the second story as a dwelling. Uncle
John Boring is doing the brick work.
The La Belle nailers say they will
learn new boys to feed their machine* before
acceediog to the demand* of the
striking feeder*. There are now about
fiftr machines going at the La Belle,
which are fed by the nailers themselves
and some few new feeders.
Messrs. Thompson & Hibbeid have
put in a new neater in uie jury room at
the Court House, to replace the one
which exploded oq Saturday night last.
The defective beater had not been accepted
by the Commissioners, and the new
one wu furniihed by the plumbers without
additional coat
Handsome Pavement. ? Mr. John
Downs in putting down a handaome block
concrete pavement, in color*, in front
of hia residence on 15th street. This
pavement it limilar to that around the
Capitol building, in Washington (Sty.
Mr. Downa made the blocks himself, and
asserts that the pavement is more durable
than stone.
Tim Ootai*.?Cniotrrt Ootott?
.UrJri*.?The Circuit CoDrt'VU in m ion
u uiual jraaterdar.
The CortU-Col libel rait i? ?lill on
trial, and occupied the entire da/ to the
eioloiion of other huiineee.
Adjourned to the usual hour Ui'u Doming.
Municipal Court?Jwlgi Qmntr.
Court met at 10 A. v., and dtipoeed ol
huiineee u follcwi:
11 Ann Sutton' el al.??. John J. Jonee, aduiinictratur,
eta., la chancer;; final order
entered.!
Ann Hutton ft al. n. D. C. Llat et al.,
In chancery; Bn?l order entered.
Adjourned until thia uinrnintr at 10
o'clock.
Poucz CotJKT?Judge Orwxmcr.
Only three mum wen before Hi* Honor
yeaterday morning, Tlx:
Michael Finnegnn and 0?ar Kurns
were charged with stealing barrels from
H. Stolley, a Sooth Bide grocer. They
wanted the barrela to tell and get monejr
to pa? their way in to Ooeise'a Hall,
when Alike Scnlly wan walking lib serenty-fire
miles in Iwentyiour hoars. One
of the lade wan about xeventeen yearn old,
the other only ten. On account of their
youth they wero discharged with a reprimand.
G. W. Merchant was charged with disorderly
conduct at the Opera House on
Wednesday evening, and fined $5 and
costs therefor, which he paid.
St;b-Ko8A Social Soibik.?The pleas
ant and Milium interior ol uermama
Hall, oorner Market and 14th streets,
contrasted strangely with the gloom and
darkness outalde, last night. The incea*
sent hum of voices, the flitting to and fro
before the windows of gaily attired Udiea
and immaculately appareled gentlemen,
and withal the musio of Mayer's excellent
quadrille band, told to the outaider that
a season of more than ordinary moment
was being celebrated. It was a aoclal
soiree, and one of the pleasantest enter*
tainmenta of the kind ever given br the
8ub>Uoaa Social.
The affair was in charge of a commit*
tee of arrangements consisting of the
following gentlemen: Jon. Bretnig,Albert
Wilke, Frank Loir, Christian Blum,
Henry Roemer. W. A. Schwertfeger,
Wm. Lutz, Frank Hoffman, Joseph Vockler,
Frank A. Woeber, John A. Aul.
The Grand March at 8:30 o'clock
put the ball in motion, and dancing was
continued without interminsion until 11,
when the company nnrtook of an elegant
collation. After this dancing was resumed,
and the dreamy waltz, tbe lively
gallopade, the gentle achottische and the
intricate quadrille were enjoyed until
nearly dawn. All that could contribute
to the pleasure of the evening was sup*
plied in bountiful measure. Feast, music
and dancing filled in the order of en*
goyment.
Cbsapbr Amusements.?The miserably
poor audiences with which Mr. John
T. Ford's excellent dramatic company
were greeted at the Opera House during
the .present reek are a sure indication
that a reform ia necessary in the price*
demanded for amuiements. A fifty-cent
admiiuion to a decent seat open* the theatre
to hundreds who cannot afford to
pay seventy-fife cents or a dollar. The
mechanic at $2 or $2 50 per day may, at
the above named price, treat himself and
family otice a week to the play, and these
are really tlie most play-loving people,
for the theatre is to them too much of a
rarity to be soon worn out. At the name
time, such patrons relish and appreciate
the legitimate drama full as much an the
more favored people who can afford to
imv 11 fnr rauirirati coata
It m unpleasant to reflect that hundreds
in thiii city are quite debarred by high
price* from witnessing the most artistic
presentations of the drama. Thin expensive
theatrical exclnsiveness is a knife
cutting both ways. It assists in starving
actors as well as diminishing audience*.
We hope that the management of the
Opera Jlouse in the future may realize
the necessity of reiortn in this direction,
and change the scale of pricea to suit the
"demands of the times,
Serious Accidbnt to Hoh. Daniel
Peck.?Daniel feck, Esq.,met with quite
a serious accident yesterday morning, at
Beamer's landing. Mr. Peck Intended
going to Parkersburg on the steamer
Courier, ami before leavingdenired to aee
Mr. John Armstrong upon business' He
therefore called at the office of Armstrong,
Coen & Co., on 11th street, when he waa
told that Mr. Armstrong woa down at tbe
river looking alter some barges. Mr.
Peck vent down to the river, and seeing
Mr. Armstrong and his men on a float
lying near the shore, started to cross a
plank which connected the shore with the
float. When about tbe middle of tbe
plank he lost hia Hooting and fell into
the water, striking a hog chain in his
fall and breaking his left arm in two
places, near the wrist and above the
elbow. Mr. Armstrong and hi* men went
to Mr. Peck's assistance, and with some
difficulty succeeded in getting him out of
the water. He was assisted to a buggy,
and conveyed to hill residence on the
southwest corner of 14th and Chnpline
street*, where Dr. Frisscll reduced the
fractures. Last evening be wtu quite
cheerful, considering the severity of the
accident, and the involuntary cold b&th
which accompanied it.
Nkw Toil Houat?The committee to
whom the Board of Commissioners referred
the matter of building a toll houne
at the junction of the Wheeling and Elm
Qrove and Fairmont roada have t*rfect
etl their plans and are ready to receive
proposals for building the bouse. The
house will be frame, ten foot story, upon
a four-foot brick foundation. It ia to
contain four rooms, one of the rooms to
bo used as an office and the others to be
occupied b; the toll-keeper and farnilj as
a dwelling. The houae is to stand went
of Georgs's Run, and north of Caldwell's
Kun, and will be completed as soon as
possible. Mr. James H. Coclifan, who
bad charge of the gate at Wagenknecht's
Kun, which, was discontinued, will be
transferred to the new house.
Parsonage Proposed.?'The congregation
of ZaneatreetM. E. Church are exerting
themselves to e?curo a paronage,
and with every prospect of success. It
is proposed to erect a neat two-story
brick building on the couth end of the
Churchlot, fronting on Jacob street, to cost
about $1,500. From the tender* made by
various member* of the congregation, of
building material and labor, it is thought
that the Louse can be put up lor about
$600 cub. Committeea have been appointed
to solicit anbacription*, and other
steps taken to insure the bucccm of the
project. It will in the end prove a matter
of economy to the Church, a* they are
now paying $200 per year rent for their
pastor'* house.
Erroneous Ass??mkxts.?The Fi
nance Committee of the Board of Com*
missionera met again last evening to conHider
the erroneous assessment referred
to tlietn by the Board. The number of
persons chiming erroneous asaments is
sixteen, and the Board will probably dispose
of their petitions at their next meeting,
by adopting the recommendations of
the committee. It is probable that the
committee will meet again to-night to
wind up the basinets before them. The
Board will meet on Monday week.
A Break Down.?A two-horse baggy
containing two gentlemen, apparently
stranger*, broke down at the npper end
of tbe second Ward Market House yesterday
afternoon. Tie gentlemen spoke
of the Wheeling Btreeta very highly aa
baggy breaker*.
An Elm Grove street car np?et at the
corner of Chapline and 16th atreeta ye*>
terday morning, emptying out upon the
coljj. cold ground eereralpaatengera, none
of whom were hurt.
The Ladies' Social of the Zane Street ,
M.E. Church, by their .topper laat week, ;
netted $193 50. ,
BoAnHnr t oneim*.?A special nutting
ol the Board of Education wu called
(or lut evening, to transact tin business
laft overlrom last month by the [allure
to net a quorum at the regular n)toeing
on Thursday evening ol lut trttk. Tha
matting last evening at tht start appeared
no more successful than that of last
week, as up to eight o'clock only nina
members bad put In an appearance, when
eltnn ara necessary for the tranaaction
of business. Themembera present wera
Messrs. Hupp, Caldwell, Cochran, Todd,
Hastings, Wilson, Ooerlng, Wait and
Maxwell. Superintendent Hervey volunteered
to hunt'upabsenteea, and strolled
out for that purpoet, but after a short
abaenct returned and reported that he
had been unable to find Anr other mem
bars.
By nine o'clock Moan. Btlrd and Fin Iramoni
were on html, and quorum
being present the Board proceeded to the
transaction ol business.
The reading o( the oiinutee ol the previous
meeting were dispensed with, on
motion o( Mr. Todd.
The Committee on Finance end Ac.
counta reported bilii (or the month of Cotober,
which they recommended to be
paid. So ordered.
The report ol the Superintendent of
Schools lor the month of October, publlahed
in the IXTELUauora list week,
was taken np, and the MTeral recommendationa
contained therein were laid
over until the next meeting lor consideration.
ACTnOBtZED TO iioibow $5,000,
The following communication was received
from City Collector Black:
W??*u*o, November 15,1876.
To Ike Ilonmlk Biard of Education:
Gmtlijish?1 beg leave to etate to
your honorable body that owing to the
delay of the Council of the city of Wheeling
in declaring city tazea due and paya
ble, and In giving into my custody the
book* neawaary for the collection of uses
for the year 1877, that there will probably
not be sufficient fund* in my hand* to
meet the payment of teachers' salaries
for the current month. The balance on
hand ia nearly exhausted, and I would
therefore respectfully suggest that a loan
of $5,000 be negotiated for ninety days.
Geo. q. Black,
Collector Ind. School Dis.of Wheeling.
The following resolution wm adopted:
RetoltcA, That the Clerk of the Board
of Education of tbedistrlct of Wheeling
be and is hereby authorized to issue an
oruer ai vu uays ior the nam ot $0,000,
and hare the name discounted if the same
can be done at a rate of interest not to
exceed seven per cent per annum, for
the purpose of paying the teacher* for
the mouth of November.
ArrOIHTMEHTS CONFIUMED.
The following appointment*, made by
the local commissioners, were continued
by the Board:
H. B. Ferguson, Principal of Seventh
Ward night school.
James i). Gooke, Principal, and Miss
Ella McCoy, assistant, of Eighth Ward
night school.
PROF. IHOWOER A BOSK OP COKTUTTION.
Mr. Caldwell stated to the Board that
the Commissioners of his (Union) sub district,
ha^made an effort to obtain a competent
teacher for the Fourth Ward night
Hchool, but not succeeding in doing so
had employed Prof. J. F. Snowden to take
charge of the school. Objection was
made by several members of the Board,
on account of the rule prohibiting teachers
in day schools from teaching in the
evening schools, and there *ta considerI
able discussion uj>on a proposition subi
mitted by Mr. Caldwell to so modify the
rale at to permit the confirmation of Mr.
Snowden. The chair, however, decided
there could be no modification of the rule,
and that unless the vote of tho Board
adopting the rule could be re-considered
the appointment could not be confirmed.
A motion to confirm Prof, tinowden's
I appoiutment for thejnonth of November
only was lost by a tie vote?six to six.
Then a motion to postpone the further
consideration of the matter until the next
meeting of the Board, with the understanding
that Prof. Snowden should continue
in charge of the school in the meanwhile,
met with the same fate.
An effort was here made to adjourn, but
the motion was voted down by the same
old tie?six to six.
The vote against confirming for the
month of November only was then reconsidered,
and after a good deal of filli
um.hciiuc u|'jnuimueni ior 1110 inomn
of November waj confirmed.
Adjou rned.
Pjehsosal Poiitm?Hod. J. M. Kirkpatrick,
of Pittsburgh, will lecture in the
United Presbyterian Church to-night
Judge Samuels, of Cabell county, is at
the Stamm House.
Dr. R. 0. McMaater has removed from j
Bellaire to New. Athens.
Mr. Robinson Keyser has sold his farm ,
near Bellaire to Mr. Wm. White, who re- ,
sides near Warnock's Station. Theiarm ,
consists of 104 acres, and was sold for .
$8,000.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton will lee- \
tore in Bellaire on Monday, Dec. 3d. '
Col. Richard Reall, late editor of the j
Pittsburgh Commercial, is to reinforce the j
Murphy speakers in this vicinity early ,
next month. His terms are $25 per night, <
"Rav. JnM?nh flMI.Jtl in ik<> .
Wesley H. E. Church, Wednesday even*
ing, before a fair audience, upon "The
Grumbler.'* Rer. Uledhill will lecture
in the West End M. E. Church, Bridge*
port, to-night.
'Squire Mayes, a magistrate who is wry
poDuIar with romantic young people,
and hM probably tied more matrimonial
knots than any other magistrate in America,
reports that he has spliced 1,255 hap*
py coupleti since 1862.
\Vm. Cox, a well known Riverside
nailer, is confined to his residence by illness.
Johnny Crockard, of the "Old Bellable"
Wharfboat, is laid up with the rheumatism.
\f. Tnl? II' l -t .1. mi ?
4i4i. uuio i?curiumi, ui lue uueeung ,
Tow boat and Barge Company, is in St.
Louia ou business.
Mr.T.jE. Parsons, of Baltimore, form- 1
erlyjclerk at the bt. Jamw Hotel, in .
this city, is a gue*t at the McLare House. .
'Parse" looks well anil hearty, showing '
that life in the Monumental City agrees
with him.
Darid Qreer{ a well known moulder,
who has been m Louisiana for the past c
nine months, returned home laat even- *
ing. He reports hard times in the South, f
Rev. D. W. Fisher ia in the city for a 1
few days. Hia family are at present li?- [
ing in Marietta. He has been strongly ,
urged by a Presbyterian Church in New J
Orleans to accept a call from them, bat i
up to this time lias declined to do ho.
Mr. Fisher lived in New Orleans prior to
coming North to Wheeling during the
war. it is evidence ot the nigh personal I
esteem in which he in held bjr the people '
of hia faith in that city when thejr again
call him amongit them notwithstanding ?
his known diment from their political 1
views at the time of leaving their midat, I
OPERA HoUSR.?A very r?*rvrlahl?
audience was present lout night to enjoy
Oliter Goldsmith's charming old English
comedy, "She Stoops to Conquer," as produced
by Mr. Ford's Baltimore Comedy
Company. The play was well put on, 1
and the cut,, which included the entire T
company,wan an admirable one. The com- ?
pany is above the average, and contains J
considerable histrionic talent. b
We regret that Mr. Ford'a efforts to
furnish ua with legitimate amusements
have not been better appreciated by our 1
citizen*. The present engagement haa
resulted in a pecuniary losa to the management,
which is certainly discouraging '
enough. Should the company again visit *
our citv we hope they will be better pat- C
ronized.
Tax settlements of Sheriff Tingle with J
the various school districts in the county, *
S.L .I? *?? ?
v,v wiwiwt wiw iur ininru "
ol Education of Wheeling, oertifled to >
Clerk Deitern, of the Board of Commit'
by him been certified to
Prof. W. K. Pendleton, State SuperinUndent
of Bchooll. l]
PiMttsV It fit Tt?Suxoi Mmlira
No. 8.?,?1l? filled
Putin tod Ctpt. Bagm odered an earneat
prayer, alkr which the latter inoke in an
aarnat anil telling manner. The Captain
waa followed by
Ur. Loolt Buchanan (colored). Lou
Ua ready talker, and lor a lull hour he
amuted the large audience and Rare
Kins Alcohol tome atagteiing hlott.
At the urgent requeit ot tin eommitlee
he contented to talk for than again next
week.
Mr. McN'ath, Prralden! ol the Union,
spolcs brleflj, but (is ii bis cmtom)
strsight lo the point. Mr. Trusman
cloeeu the meeting with a fortj-mlnuti
pMch.
The member! cf this Union ire ill
trnent and faithful woiken. Mr. and
Mrs. Hopkina, Mr. MeNui, Mr. Hill,
Mr. Moirlaon. Mrs, Freese and many
others hare labored untiringly in the
cause. This inning the meeting will be
addresied br able apeakert, and (rand
time is anticipated.
IIotu. Pimohils.?The following an
among the late arrivals at the bolils:
& Jama?VI. Dors?r, Baltimore, Md.;
A. J. Hintj, Bedford, O4 Win. D. Roche,
Charles Longatrelb, M. Nalhanson, E.
Nilhansor, Ne? York; & illumenthal,
Philadelphia.
Summ?J. P. Hornbrook, Woodland,
W. Va; W. F. Bobirtson, Beierlr, O;
John if, Nutum. Nev MsrtinivlIU* H
K. Muhltman, Clarington, O.; Judge' H.i
J. Samuels, Cabell county; H. W. Fisher,
Beuwood; F. B. MeElroy, Well-burg.
McLure?T. E. Parsons, Baltimore;
Win. Holmes, Pittsburgh; John Catban,
Dayton, Ohio; Peter J. Keegan, Flushing,
Ohio; 0. L. Mercer, Steubenville, Ohio;
Wilson D. Manning and wife.Pennsboro,
W. Va.;M. J. Dunnington, Kowleabnrg,
W. Va; A. R. Williams, Grafton: W. P.
Dennlson, Farmington; A. F. Lazier, Baltimore;
H. McAfee, Charles Dalzell. Pitta*
burgb; J. H. Beecher, Cleveland; Wm. B.
Patterson and wife, Alias Ettie 8. Patterson,
Cincinnati.
Orx'u Hall Tkmpirahck Wrrnwa.?
The third meeting was held in Oil's Hall
last night. The choir eanc "Leban," after
which Hiram Young read a chapter from
the book of Matthew, and(prajr*r was offered
i>/ Mr. Wm. Rhieldaller. President
Young then introduced the speaker for
i.. B? n-._i._i* -i
iuo ctoiiuk, vrmuuvu, wag BpOKC
nearl/ an hour, and interested the audience
with some pood Incidents of an
Irish nature. Mr. Young then read an
article irorn the Qrinnell JTerald touching
on temperance. The meeting was closed
with the benediction bj Rev. Gatchell.
Considering the weather there was a large
turnout last evening, atleaat one-third of
the audience being ladies. Another meet*
ing will be held in the same hall to-night.
"Walks and Talks About Europe."
?Hon. John M.Kirkpatrick,of the Pitts*
burgh bar, is announced to deliver a lecture
upon the above subject at the United
Probyteriain Church this evening.
Judge Klrkpatrick is a stranger to the
most of our citixeus, but comes to us with
the most flattering notices of his lecture
D7 me pros 01 rntsDurgh. It la spoken
of as "vivacious, witty, lull of sentiment,
just criticisms and apposite saying* on
men and things as they appeared to the
eve of an intelligent, cultured American."
We hope that he may be greeted with a
large audience this evening.
Another Walk.?The walkiat, Mike
Scully, will commence the attempt to
walk eighty milea in twenty-four hours,
at Koch's Hall, in the Eighth Ward, tonight.
lie expects to begin at 0 o'clock.
After the walk he will have a large stoue
broken upon his breast.
Tnis weather is disagreeable and
ought to be ashamed of itself. The
promises of winter are dishonored. A
little of this dallying summer goes a good
ways, ?nd if the caterers are ready the
audience would like to have the scenery
shifted. ______
The Ladies' Home and Foreign Miwnionarv
Society of the Zioe street M. E.
Church have made fifty yards of rag carpet,
which they promise to dispose of at
auciioii for the benefit of borne missions.
Clobmxq and threatening, with heavy
rairn* and severe storms in places. That a
the kind of weather Tice has cooked up
and proposes to dish out to-day.
Da not fail to go and hear Judge Kirkpatrick'd
lecture at the United Presbyterian
Church this evening* It will be a
rare treat, as the following extract from
the Pittsburgh Commercial will show:
"The lecture of Hon. Judge Kirkpatrick
in the North Avenue M. E, Church,
Allegheny, last evening was a brilliant
luccefs. The audience was a large one
indconnpiciousforits high literary and
nl(liriw) i>nnriKtAr_inil mink a nn?
was calculated to tax the fullest ability
)f the orator, and one tliat the orator
irouM find responsive and inspiring,
rhat the speaker succeeded, and the en*
iovment was mutual was evinced in the
lact that though his "Walks and Talks"
irere lengthened out beyond two hours,
;he witchery of his eloquence, and the
>rilliant flaahea of hia irresistible wit
'harmed hia hearers into giving the most
mflagging attention from the Ijeginning
o the ?nu. The lecture seemed to be as
t progressed a sort of free informal chat
ipou persons and places, which came unler
the keen observation of the traveler,
nit in reality, as a piece of literary
uosaie, where wit and wisdom, fact and
ancy, poetry and philosophy, anecdote
md description were skillfully inter*
ningled, it waa the superb work of a
naster workman. The hearers were
eaay *o responu 10 me "nits," and wnen
he lccture closed it was (be general Bent;
went that an audience could not have
>een more highly delighted or instructed
n tho compass of an erening's^entertainnent.
_
Every certificate we publish regarding
)r. Hall's Cough Syrup is genuine, and
?e will pay a reward of 51,000 to any
iroving ibe contrary In a single case.?
1. G. J/tyrr & Co., Baltimore, Md. d&w
Niw Grocery.?Mr. Geo. K. McMechm
has opened a new grocery at the north*
vent corner of Market and 11th street*,
lod respectfully invites ibe patronage of
he public. Mr. McMechen is an ex.
lerieuced grocer, and will conduct hla
lUflinexs to the satisfaction of all who
avor him with their custom. Hi* stock
s large and frssh, and housekeepers will
ind it to their advantage to call noon him.
A lady a few dajs since wrote to the
klcLain Brothers, ordering a box of their
taking powder, and took occasion to
peak of it in the moat exalted term*,
jnding her communication with the fol- '
owing linen, which prore her to be a 1
)oete*s as well as a sennible woman:
Il'a good, It's good, It's Terr good:
I would oot uk * better
Fur nlaing bUcuit, roll* or ctkra,
With thla i clow my i?tUr.
Mrs. AmxK
If you select good and healthy food for
our family, jou should alao look to the
relfare of jour Baby. For all troubles
PLIIJI J ...L!
<i?i ij \'uiiuiiuuui nuuung in ucuer man
)r. Bull's Baby 8yrup. 25 cenUi per
ottle. ddtw
Black Bilks can be found at Bpeyer i
Jroi'.
Wahtkj).?-Work in Embroidery and i
'ftncy Knitting. Infant Wardrobes a 1
tjolaltjr. Addreu Box 57, Bridgeport, !
Down! Dow*! Dows ? Another i
reak down in prices of Dry Goods and
'arrets. Bound to sell at some price '
rhether the mills run or not.' Corner
Iain and 20th streets.
J. W.Fkrml. j
?.. " * ? . 1
If 70a want to get raited in a pair of
toes go to L.V.Blowd'8.
0?Ut btrittlol ID Mlllincfj at Sp.yc>
Bra.
QuaiooiKiwat?Th* good linn hu
oome at lait. We *111 open 100 pieces
of choice madder colored Ciliiu at So
pet yard.
Good FlanneU at 12{e,
Good Carpet at 16c,
naodaoma Dreaa Qooda at 10c.
?00 Black Cloth Cloalu, new atjrlea, at
itramilT lo* pricen.
n..iu. t.
uwu Muniiua iur UV<
Good 1J?<1 Comforti (or tl 25.
Oood Blinkplc (or |l 00.
10 pieoee inper Ingrain Carpet worlli
60c (or 30c.
Oilier goode In proportion. Call mod
i( you ?Uh lo un money, at John
fiocmera Dry Good*, Ctrpet and Will
8av* money and buyyonr trimmed
Hal* and Bonnela at Speyer Bra'.
Bbuk down in prices of Dry Good*
and Carpeta. No* i< jour time. Call
and price. Got to Mil.
J. W.Fkuil,
Th* cheapeat ihoe* in the citr it
Lt V.
biuk dow* is hbicm.?diw Ooodi
3 cenla, Black Kid OloTM 55 centi and
C?rpeu u cheap u 15 ctnU. They hue
to M Mid to rilM noMr now.
J. W. Fmn.
Gram' fine ehoei of tie lateat itjle*
jut received ?t L. V. Euonrfi.
Great bargains in Silk Volreta at
Bpajer Broe*.
M'JUKo Veet, 60 cent?, at Spejer Broa'.
Cabpkk 1 Carpeta I Carpet* I It ! a
well aettled (act that the cheapeat Carpeta
ud Dry Qoodi inlhe citr an found
at J.W.
Corner Mti n and ZOln St.
Km Olovee, all colon and aiita, 60
canta, at Bpeyer Broa'.
Tffl finest Elbow kept in the city at
L. V. BLOWA
Good Black Kid Glomes for 36 eta., at
J. W.Febael's.
Jitot received. a lot of Children's Shoe?
of the latest styles, at L, V. Blond's.
Reliable help for weak and nervous
anfferera. Chronic, painful, and prostrating
diseases cored without medicine.
Pulverroacher'a Electric Belts the grand
desideratum. Avoid imitations. Book
and Journal, with particulars, mailed
free. Address Pulvebmachm Galvanic
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. d?&w
Falsi Delicacy.?The friends of those
who are troubled with bad breath, and,
through ovcr-squeamishness, dislike to
refer to it, commit a positive and cruel
luiHiane, especially u mey are aware ol
the merits and great efficacy of the fra*
grant 8ozodont. This is the true and
onty remedy for the difficulty; there is no
valid excuse for bad breath now.
Spaulding's Glue meodd every thing!
* eodaw
Hippy-711)1503 lor nervous sjifferen
and those who have been doeed, drugged
and quacked. Pulvernaacher's Electric
Belta effectually cure premature debil*
ity, weakness and decay. Book and Jour*
nal, with information worth thousand*,
mailed free. Address Pulvfbvacheb
Galvanic Oo^ Cincinnati, Ohio. d&w
ASToNISHINn finnrrra*?Tt ia ttioiln't*
of ever/ person who baa used Boschek'h
German Syrup to let its wonderful qualities
be known to tlieir friends in curing
Conaumption, revere Coughs, Croup,
Asthma, Pneumonia, and in f&ct all
throat and lung diseases. No person can
use it without immediate relief. Three
doses will relieve anj case, and we consider
it the duty of alLDruggista to recommend
it to the poor dying consumptive,
at least to try oue 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 Syrup cannot
be too widely known. Ask yeur Druggist
about it. Sample bottles to try sold
at 10 cents. Regular aiae 76 cents. For
sale bv all first-class Druggists in the
United States. eod&w
"A Repotltory of Fashion, Pleasure, and In* '
straetftm."
41
Harper's Bazar.
ILLUSTRATED. I
JMlCft tf IkcPrtu.
The Bator U thf orpmn of the fuhlootblc world,
and the expounder of thai world'* kw?; and It la ]
fA? authority la all matter* of manner*. etiquette,
coatpme and aocial hatrtta.~22ortm TrwttUer.
The Baxar commenda ltaelf to every member c( ,
the houaebold?to the children by droll and uretiy
plcturea, to the young lad lea by Ita {aahlon~plau* 1
In e&dleaa variety, to the pro*Went matron by ita
Gtterna far the chUdrw'adothee, to valerJamUiu
Ita taitoful dcalgni for enbroldereu allpperaasd
juxunoua areaun*?owna. Hut tbe reading matter
of tbt B<utr ii uniformly of great nctlUuct. Ti?
paper h*? acquired a wide popularity for the flwi
Ida enjoyjneut it aflbrdu, iod ui become to eatab* !
lUhed authority with tht lidlea of America.?A".
Y, JSvtning Pod.
TERMS:
Poltsgt frM to ill fDbtcrlkcri In Uii Unlttl sum.
Ilarpn't Bator one je*r. 00
tRUIMU of D. B. postage bf
uia cutUlanera.
ilaMcrjpUooa to mtjxr'i Maffatit*, Weekly, and
Hazor, to oneaddreaa lor oae ymr, SIO 10; or, two
id ?PeriodlC*li, tnoueaddren Joroof jmx,
17 00: poataga frn. * *
An Extra Copy of aitber the Vagailtt, Weekly,
tne without fx in
copy, for 920 00.
Back Numbaracan I* mpnllad at anr time.
The Volumes of the Bator commence with the
J***' yb?n no time U mentioned, It will be unw,b?rtl*f'rHb?
to cammeoee
with the Nilmbtr next alter the melptof hlaarder. .
i .. j?ui' ^ 0,UIUM Xtrftfi flour, In DMt |
cloth binding, will be wot hjr ex prow, tree o( ex- '
pmie, ProTided t be freight Uoea not exceed one
doHir,for|7 00 each. Ac?mpUtt8et,compriiioK ,
TenJoliunM.Mntoarwiptfcf c*bttther*t?o| '
r?iP^.ToL) fr#1*hl ' ?P?w of purchawr.
Cloth Cue* for each Tuluma, suitable for biudlog,
wlil be Mot bjr mall, poatpakl, on receipt of II w
each* ( .. f
to aach volume eent gutla on receipt ol
M&alplhmi received (or Harper*a FarioJieaU \
Anetpaptrt art not to copy thU udttrtbtvwti with- j
out the tipttu order of Harjxr <& Brother . '
AddrtM HARPER & BROTHERS,
pott* New York.
SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY ,
POBie7r.'r8. j
Without recalling the excellence o! the put, the .
publuhtrsot RouBNKfc'a aiosTtinr announce, (or 1
tlie year to come, tbe following papcra:
THE PICTURESQUE SIDE OF AMERICAN FARM f
LI Ft.?Tula tubjeck will be treated in a lerieiof
m(urate papers engaged Iratn writer* who Hand in
the front rank among American!, both In qualities
of style and In keen lnalght of nature. Mr. tc. E. ?i
Bubloaon, author of a delightful paper on "Fox* ?
Hunting In New England,rln the January number,
will repreaent the acme auction in thla serlaa.
John Burroughs, whose paper* on aimllar'loplce
have been a highly prized and popular featuic cf
bentsmka, wilt write of ftum Life In New Y?rk.
Maurice Thompson, the poehnatunllst, will describe
tbe characteristics of Western farming, of
which but little bai been written. It la expected
(hat the illuitration of this lerlea will be of a refined
and typical character, commensurate with 1
the eubject-uuitter. It li thought that no papeTor
? ii_ ' Jei IB 6CWB*1?* will to
fully realise th* conrUul dedre of the manzloc to B
keep out ol the niu, and, loth la text tad liiu?tn- *
tloae. to obtain quality rather Uuo quantity, and
Ina^liourcte! #U00, 11111 d#JlaiU' work from or1|RTHE
EDITORIAL DEPARTMENTS wUloooUnai to ?
employ the ablest mos In Aoerfca, and will to- 5
m? preeent admirable aumiaary of EogUih
publication. Beallea the apodal artklea aboS
.nuoara^ tbe ma^oe VlUoraujTlW
nJfvHll Md ?l?ortar Hlori?d
character. A large practical reduction
loprioe la made by an Incrcaae In the number ol *
THE ILLUSTRATIONS of tbe Uartzloe, In nrletr 1
""< ?""to r.briT "" *
^SSSEEr^:
SCRIBNER fc CO., J
001 >? ?ro?l*?f,K(w V?t "
WHOLESALE
WHOLESAL
POE/K ??,
AND DKj
Proviiiont, 8ug*n, Moliuei, 8yri
Sole Agent Tor the Dupont Poi
Nob. 1300 and 1SU Mai
I.11
RED IROr
THE IIOI'BE THAT HANI
Silver La
AlflO.BOLEAGl
t tl >' '} ' ply. '0*Jlt 'i '' /
Eureka Fir?
C. OCLEBA'
1412 and 1414
Mpn-tod
QROOERIE8.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR^
PANCAKE F10UB.
PEARL DEAL,
DRIED SUGAR CORN,
CULTIVATED CRANBERRIES,
FITTED CHERBIE8*
THOBURN1 & BRO'S,
GIIOCEE8,;
CORXXR VUUT A!tO lUTDTI.
nolo
ATEB* WHITE
"O LITB."
"OLITE" it an Illuminator of perfect mfety
and ol uniform quality, 150? fire teat and 60? gravity,
combining ill tha better qualities of the highest
grades of iliumlnatora em oflered to the public,
burning in any carbon oil lamp, with a flame of
unsorpaaed brlghtne*. free from all onpteaaant
odor, rendering 11 an illuminator ai near perfect at
deoce ?nd painatakisg research have been enabled
to produce.
(am now prepared to supply the pablte with
'Olite" In any quantities.
B. JT. SMYTH,
no2 Agent for Wheeling and Yklnlty.
SOMETHING NEW!
?AT?
JOS. SPEIDEL&CO.'S
Who Sell the Cheapait aid Beit Groctrlei
in the Stile.
BOLE AGENTS FOIt
Guiding Star Flour,
Vienne Flour,
Atlantic Mills' Flour,
Immer Gut Flour,
White Loaf Flour,
Dingee'i Pickles,
Joi. Spedel & Co.'s Java Flavored
Freah Roasted Coffee,
In One Pound Papers, the Best in Market,
and a full line of all other goods.
Shall be pleased to have you call and get
sample and compare our prices with what
you are now paying others, at the
Two Iron Fronto, Mala & South Sts.
oc23
AO M
"oaimwoss nour.
We u? eoulwiUy rewiring thl?
CELEBRATED FLOUR,
fHE FINEST and BEST ever introduced
into this market.
Don'l Watte Your Money Upon 1
Inferior Brinde.
BOY THE BEST?THE SATIN GLOSS. .
List, Davenport & Parks,
i
80LE AQENT8,
i?30 1
pLulf BINQ^ GA3 FITTINNB, *0.
Fhompson & Hibberd,
1*14 Market SI.
1 PLUMBERS,,
UA8 4 STEAM FITTERS,
AXD
Brass Founders.
n<M, B?m muu?, Sum, enpl, ut
off kbttU y. fkmbm Good*.
riio Rotort Gai Store.
We bave for n!a the only nlUbla Qaa Store in
siatnice, for Bath Room*, Cbimbfr*. Bill, PtrSSSanae&iS
THOMPSON * 1IIBBERD,
HUMtrtailltn*.
JUUMBLE A HOBNBBOOK,
'lumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters, (
sou unn worn wm txmhu vox
J0UIAIP8 CELEBRATED BAS MACHINE. j
<w FOB aaaaiAt.
MM HARKIT SHUT, WHULIN). WUT VA.
ranpi attention Uten to ordera from ndlitauce
Fo Iron Mills and Engine Builders.
Wo bin eddel to oar PLUMBING and OIB
TTTIKQ establishment, a now tod complete
BRASS FOUNDRY,
od are now prepared to make all Idndi of Ml
ad Engine Bnue Casting* at abort not loo and ol
aa vary boat quality.
THIMBLE & HOHNBROOK,
?p? Bo. mi llahinwl
HOB ACCOS.-I HAVE ON HAND I
L n full lino ol Tobaccoa from the leading nun- ?
factories In the country, including LorUlard'a, i
InserBraa., Uollarook'a Monitor Naty, Harry C. f
lolbrook'a Havy.-Homer Hudson, J. B. ?raw, I
icbiuood. J. B. P?c?, Danville. Va.; B. P. Oravo- I
r and others. I can furnlah all styles made by '
leee factoriee at lowwt market price.
M. BltlLLY. U0> and Ull Main 9t A
YI*T LARGE AMD COMPLETE STOCK 1
\ of Btapleaod Pancy Groceries. We handle J
one but iliit<lM gDodauXoweat market prlooa. 1
leSO UST, DAVBHPOHT A FASU,
. .. - '
e roci HI EtT"1
IILLY,
E GROo^jji
ACKER, '
n.BR IN
up*, Riot, Flour, Meiti. 4, .
*d?r Mill, Patent S.fety Fun,
n 8t.f Wheeling, y
M FRONT
aia THE CELEBRATKU
ke Flour!
QTC8 FOB THE
Cent Plug!
y & sons!
Main Street.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Q A. BCHA?F?K,
NOTARY PUBLIC.!
.Office-No. 1S53 Market Strut, i
Opera Houm Corner.
All btuinesi will receive prompt
tion. nol I
B. McLAlK,
Surgeon dentibiI
1206 Mirktt 8t. opptlte Mcl.urr Hour 1
Will be In hU offlw u usuil, cxrrat on Btiurta
of each week, wh?n he will l? at ML de Chun!
on til 6 f. ?. cdT^b
QHABLE8 H. BKRRY,
DIAUS IM
Kept, Twine. Oakum, Blookt, Tir, Pitct I
nd Rciln, Gen and Leather Buting,
Una aedTeplar Broom Hirrtltt I
Fire Brick, Till end Clay.
nya> ins Mini I
J^OBEBT WHITE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, I
WHEOJHIl, W. VI. I
Orncft?AtlonMr OmnTi Ottti, CipM H
ayt> I
j dallas ewing,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,!
No. 64 Tmorra Sr.,
d?6 WHEELING, W.Vt t
yy J. W. COWDEN,
Attorney at La?,l
Offln-Mo. 1223 Oufu*k ft.,
WHEELING, W.Vi
Prompt ftttc&Uon to *11 bwdnoi estruitid loaf
H. COCHRAN,
Attorney at Luve, I
1J20 CHAfLm Btbsxt, H
1?1 WEEELINQ, W. VI M
Q C. OUSTED, 11,1).,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, |
omci-Ko. 66 Fonmm St.
WHKELINO, W. YA.
Offlce Hoan-8 to 10 a. M. 1 to I r. if. U
"^TILLLAU PHILIPS,
laitlM of tlit Pilot & Roil Eitilt A{4
No, 00 Tmtrta Sr., Wmnxrae.
Collection! of til klndi made tod pntai
promptly remitted. N
H. HEARNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAV/.
Office with Daniel Lamb, No. 1818 Mirtt
Street Office up kt&lre.
an30
QANIEL LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT 1AW
sU8t8Mt^V.rc"?8utl
p Ji HUGU8,
Attorney atLuir,
W*n Twlflh strut. Whirling W, Pi
Practice! la tbeConrtiof Ohio. Umhill
ind Tyler coajitln, w. V?. ootH_
QAiriEL PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JW04 Chapliae fitrMt, WhMliig, W. Vi
& THOMPSON,
attorneys at law,
1206 Cbakjvi Brinr.
Boon No. 1 Odd Ftlloin' Building-up fUln
nun
THE FAMOUS of
"COATS"
Spool Cotton
ia NOW fdua- adapted id
SEWING MACHINES.
Black and Colore especially dedraMfc
For sale by
J. 8. RHODES 4 CO.
?. SCHOPPER,
FJISHEU1ER BROS.,
KELLER & SCHREINEK,
GEORGE O. BOTH,
W. J. B1TLER,
E. C. JEFFER8.
AT WHOISSALK BY
*. 8. RHODES Jli CO.
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DEFINED8DQAK8?500 BABjSJ
Lv Craabed, Powderrd, GnmuUUJ, 0?"*?

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