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nuluiixm akb raoritinoKL.
FRIDAY JIOKM.NCJ, Ji'LY II, 1H7D.
Per$on$ leaving town for the ua*m, and Sum
mer traitleri, can have tub daily.intki.liuknckb
matitd to them, pottpaid, for 05 cents
per month, theaddrm being changed a* often
an drtirtd,
Infant Mortality.
The New York Timt* of tho Utli, in an
article on infant mortality, nays that more
than one-quarter of tho children born in
that city die under one year of ago. It
further rays that this ghastly record is no
result of Providential dispensation. Tho
misery and mourning which it suggests
are not a matter for prayer and supplication
but for vigorous human action. It
i* a dlpgraco to the civilization and
Christianity of the day that a city
so favored by nature and hy circurastances
an New York, should present to
the world such a rale of mortality among
its people, and especially such a ghastly
account of the yearly slaughter of innocents.
Tiik New York Herald makes the return
(if tho French capital from Versailles to
Paris a text for an argument in favor of
removing our own national capital back to
New York city. It says that the roul cai*
ita) of a nation is always its greatest cornmercinl
con tor-and this is ho nearly true
of our own country that whenever the
HocreUry of the Treasury has a big bond
enterprise on his hands, he is obliged to
run over to Now York to perfect it. llut
the greatest argument in favor of a re*
moval, according to the llrmhl, is tho fact
that Washington is the most unhealthy
city of its size in tho I'nited States, and
mUHt always frout the nature of its Hurroundiugs
he an unhealthy city. Still a
third reason far a change, is the out-ofthe-way
location of Washington. It is the
most inconvenient location, to a majority
of the States, that could have been fixed
upon, if the Commissioners had set about
them with that special purposo in view.
Indeed, when the site was selected and
the capital removed in 1800, it was the
result of a compromise, and only Virginia
was satisfied. The prediction was freely
ventured at that time that Washington
would not remain the national capital for
a hundred years. There are still twenty
years left for that prediction to come
about. One more extra session of Congress
in the summer time would about
settle it.
KKV. !>. W. FISHi:u
Formerly of Wheeling. Fleeted I'rmlilrnl
ol lliinover College, MtwIUoii. ludlnnn.
AJmliMo Courier of the nth.
The Trustees o[ llanovor College met in
llio First Presbyterian Church to-day.
There was a large attendance of the memberg
from district points. Kev. Geo. C.
Heckman. I). I)., resigned the Presidency
of tho institution, and Rev. 1). W. Fisher,
I). I)., was chosen to till the vacany thus
created. Prof. II. II. Young was then
elected Professor of Natural .Sciences, ricc
Coulter, resigned. Suitable action with
regard to tho financial administration of
the College was also taken.
Dr. Heck man's withdrawal from the institution
is greatly regretted by his friends.
He has in many ways contributed to the
reputation and prosperity of the institution,
and will leave behind evidences of
his labor and zeal. Kev. Dr. Fisher, the
newly elected President, is a gentleman in
every way qualified for the high and resixjjisible
position to which he is called.
He is cultured and genial, and possessed of
Hue executive and administrative faculties.
Wo confidently predict the best results
and highest prosperity for Hanover
College under his management. President
Fisher is in the prime of life and is at
present tho pastor ot the Second Presbyterian
Church of this city.
The selection of Prof. Young to fill tho
Chair of Natural Sciences is a happy one.
Mr. Young has won considerable reputation
as a scientist, and is a close and indefatigable
student. His cordial manners
and his warm heart will make him a great
favorito with the students.
We congratulate our old friend, Mr.
Fisher, on his selection to the honorable
position of President of Hanover College?
a jtosition, by the way, for which his
talenta and learning eminently lit him.
We know 01 but lew men 01 Mr. risners
age who, in addition to natural scholastic
tastes, have so wide a range of useful information.
lie has always kept himself
abreast of the times, and will bo a live
man in his new sphere. Success to him
and to the institution over which he has
been called to preside.
The Colored ItrcUircii .Hnkintc n Demand
on lh? M. E. Cliarcb.
The next general conference of the M.
K. Church takes place at Cincinnati in
May 1880. It is said thut a number of interesting,
and perhaps novel, questions
and propositions will come up for consideration
at that great Council of the
Church. Among them will be tho question
of the leugth of the pastoral term?
whether it shall remain as now (three
years at tho most) or be lengthened indefinitely
as in most churches. This question,
however, important as it may be,
ranks second to an other ono that has
recently been sprung upon the church by
tho colored brethren of the Haltimore district
conference. These ambitious and
somewhat restive brethren have made the
following demand on tho next general
conference:
mm.a At.ui.i.'._i
Church is composed of members of nearlv
every nationality; and whereas, according
to tho organic lawa of said Methodist
Episcopal Church, cacli member is the
equal of every other member; and wherean,
there are at '.east three hundred thousand
members of African descent in tho
Methodist Episcopal Church who do not
practically enjoy tho fullest recognition
of church fellowship and communion enjoyed
by tho remainder of the member,
slap of said church, inasmuch as tho itinerant
uiinistors of African descent do not
have access to the pulpits of many of our
churches; nor have we any representation
in tho Episcopal Board of said church;
and whereas, many of us are inclined to
believe that the above named privileges
are withheld from us on account of our
color; thoreforo be it
Rniolinl, That we, tho preachers of tho
Baltimore District. Washington Conference
of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
in district conference assembled, do this
day declare that the timo has fmly come
when tho ministers of African descent of
the Methodist Episcopal Church should bo
allowed toenjov all the rights and privileges
enjoyed by other members of said
Cburch, and especially that one man of
African descent should be elected to tho
olllce of llishop by the ensuing (icneral
Conference.
~/too/tnf further, That wo believe the
election of a man of African descent to the
nfllco of Bishoji is tho only way by which
the Methodist Kpiscopal Church can prove
to us and world that wo are fully recognized
as the equals of all others in said
Methodist Episcopal Church.
JMrtd further, That we recommend and
urge tho brethren of African descent In
the Methodist Episcopal Church to ayHalt
the question of the election of a man of African
descent to the office of bishop, and,
1( necessary, to demand his election by the
ntat General Conference of slid church to
be held in Cincinnati, In May, 1880."
This Is a somewhat peremptory demand
on the church, and some persons may
consider it a little too strongly put, but
that of course is a matter of taste. Tin
Pittsburgh Chrirtiun Advocate rather throw
cold water on it, and in inclined to lx
somewhat satirical in a good natured waj
in discussing in. It alludes to the coin
plaint of the colored brethren that the)
are excluded from tlurwhite pulpits on account
of their race by saying:
'We sunpose they have in mind Mt
Vernon Place, St. Paul's, tho Metropoli
tan, Arch Street, Christ Church, and oth
era like unto them. Well, in their cxclu
sion from theso they have plenty of com
pnny among us white preachers. Onto
eight or ten thousand of us, all but i
dozen or two are oxcluded, and we an
not left the satisfaction our colored breth
ren take to themselves, that the onl)
thing in our way of serving them is out
color. If wo could flatter ourselves thai
our ability to serve such churches lay in
our not being quito white enough, or quite
fut enough, or something of this kind, W(
could be content. Our colored brethren
have no idea that anything prevent*) theii
occupying the chief pulpits in the churct
oxcept the color of thefr rrte mucomnii
There is room for mistake on this point.'
As to adding a colored Bishop to tlx
bunch nt the next Conference, that the
Adrucnlf thinks is a matter to be disposed
of on its merits irrespective of the que*
tion of color. There is one ground upor
which it would favor compliance with the
demand, and it is this:
"If among tlioso of 'African descent
titter men tun be found, men of deepei
piety, sounder judgment, ampler nccoui
nlishiuents than among those of Cuucas
Inn dcscunt, by all means let us havo then
among our Itishops. There is the place foi
the wisest .and best men of the Church
Complexion or previous condition o
race are no hotter arguments for ex
clmliug men from the liishopnc thar
they art* for excluding them from Sena
torsldpe. We do not believe in caste
only such us is ordained by the law o
liou, the casto of excellence and devotior
to the great interests of humanity. I
men better qualified for the responsible
duties of an Kpiscopacy can be founc
among the American Africans than anion]
their white brethren, fidelity to th<
Church requires that those responsibilities
be put upon them. Varying tho condi
tiOn, it forbids it. We are not willing ou
colored brethren should object to whiti
Bishops on account of complexion."
NEW ENGLAND LETTER.
tionc wiifrf I tic Woodbine '1'ninethji
hi Flwk'M Enrly Untile <irounil-.??
KiiRlnud Keenrry-Coiniiiencenirnt t'.x
eitlHM nt DnrUnoulli College?'1 li>
Hrliolur In I'oUIIcm?A l.ntiii Spwl
wllli NnntchcN from IMnnfbre? Lovifinj
on thef'onneetlcut Klver.
IIa.novbr, N. 11., July 7.
Kdltora Intelligent:
The late Jim Fisk has often drivei
through this village in his peddler's cart
and was well known here before lie wa
employed by Jordan, Marsh & Co., of Bos
ton. Here, probably, he originated tha
expression, "Gone where tho woodbini
twineth," for this is one extensive land
scapo of woodbine; as I write in view o
the New Hampshire hills, and beyond riei
the regal heights of distant mountains, jus
now answering back tho good-night kiss o
the sinking sun. If you have ever livei
in the hill country of New England, yoi
know of grey, craggy fortresses which risi
against the sky, encircled by solemt
guards of spruce and hemlock in their un
changing green, while below, over all tin
broad hill side;
"Ten thousand banner* rise Into Hit) air,
Willi orient colore waving."
You have seen hosts of maples, with sil
ver-stemmed birches, Hash out tho tri
umph of the year, while at their feet tin
clearness of a mountain river mingles tin
(laming glories of the woods with tho brood
ing blue and floating clouds of heaven. Ii
my last I promised you a passing sketel
of Commencement exercises here, bu
before 1 do so 1 would have you accompa
ny me to tho extensive Campus immedi
ately in front of the College proper. Thii
includes some twelve acres, and is uset
for the athletic sports of the students. Ai
one.end is located the College Chureh(Con
gregational), and by the way, I must say
the most perfect gem of a church it hat
been my good fortune to seo, is the one
occupied byltev. W. C.Dawson, formerly
of Bethany College. Mr. Dawson was
during Commencement here, honoret
with being made a member of the Phi Betx
Kapa Society.
I.ITKHAUY KXKRCISES.
The Literary Societies of Dartmoutl
College had their anniversary on Wed
nesday. The poem was rend by Georg<
I'arsons 1-athrop, Esq., of Boston, Hawthorne's
sou-in-law. Mr. Lathrop is s
handsome, scholarly looking young man
with very fair complexion?dead white
indeed?with black hair and eyes. Hit
voice is strong and clear, and his appear
ance prepossessing. The poem was nrobably
good, though one cannot well judge o!
such a production without seeing it?the
eye must assist the ear.
"The oration of Judge Thomas Russell
of Boston, was a masterly effort, Tlu
theme was the "Scholar in Politics." Ii
was carefully composed, but delivered
without notes, occupying about one houi
and a quarter in the delivery. It was o
good vindication of the right "of "them literary
fellers," as Simon Cameron calk
them, to have a hand in the management
of affairs of State. The literary style ol
the oration was as perfect as 'the "sentiments
wero unexceptionable. He urged
ii|K>n young men the duty of being "poli
ucians, urging mora not 10 ue squeamisl.
about tho name, not to say they would
like "to bo statesmen but not politicians,'
reminding them that the only public man
in this country who ever called himself 8
"statesman" was Win. M. Tweed.
He spoke of the great political canvasi
which had been run by some of the great
est scholars and geniuses of history, lie
spoke of Dante, of Milton, of Gladstone
and of many others who had given the
best years and energies of their lives tc
civil affairs and with grand results, while
poetry and literature were either the diversions
of youth, or the relaxation ol
severer toil in mature age.
In short,the scholar should not bo merely
a scholar, but a "man among men." He
should be the most thoughtful, the most
wise, the most sagacious, the most hopeful
of men, and not n moping recluso shut up
from the daylight in tho solitude of hit
study.
HONORS.
Tho salutatory oration in Latin was by
.Mr. Osmyn i\ Con ant. of Stoughton, Moss!,
and was by all odds the most entertaining
Latin speech I have ever heard on a com
inencement occasion. It w as brilliant and
witty; satirical ami audacious,and withal
bo dramatically delivered, that its points
were understood by almost all the audience,
whether scholars or not. He brought
in snatches from "Pinafore" about the
"sisters and the cousins and tho aunts,"
addressed the vast crowd of country gawkies,
who filled up the church and the
town on commencement day, saying.
"Profanum rulmu abtie, in eawjtu apud rnItalian
that is?"Depart from
this place?enjoy yourselves on tho
campus and in tho ginger pop booths
around it.) Tho audience, especially the
faculty and alumni, who filled the'platform,"were
almost convulsed as they
listened to these sallies. I am mistaken
or this young man has a bright future before
him.
So also tho valcdictorian, Mr. Ashton
Willard, of Vermont, whose speech was
even more remarkable for its solidity and
maturity ol thought than the other tor IU
brilliancy. Mr. willard In anon of Con- ;
grenman Willard, of Vermont.
In all reaped! Dartmouth may be
i prnurt other ions. Among the veteran! i
i present were Mr. Timothy Tllden, ot ]
Vermont, who haa been hero every year J
i alnce he waa Ave years old, being now In <
i his Sflih year.
co.vpsrkiso or naoasts.
Among degrees conferred waa that ol L.
L. I), on Ills excellency John Douglas
Southerland Campbell, Marquis ot Lome,
Governor General ot Canada, and that ot
I). D. on KU I lev. Wm. WoodrutT Miles,
Episcopal Bishop ot New Hampshire.
lqooino 0.1tu? consscticct.
' 'file Connecticut river is not a navagable
stream above Hartford. We all remember
in the Second Reader (McGufley's)
the expression, given as n warning
to careless readers, "The Connecticut
river Is navigable ior boots as far as Hartturd."
Weir lioata may not coino any
further, liut I have every day ocular evidence
that It la navigated by booli far
above that. Any day you may sne on the
?i<le walks of thin village traclca of huge
lioots studded with many long aharp
nails which make a print aomethlng like
a wallle iron. These are the track) of the
loggers who are camped just below here
at the falls of the river. Long alnce the
( primeval lorest nan ueen snorn irom uie
> hills and valleysof this region, but up at ,
i tlio Connecticut Lake, which is the source
* of the river, there are still vast forests of
i pine, spruce and hemlock. From these
, the logs are cut in the winter and hauled
' over the snow to the Lake. In
, spring they aro kept back by a dam until
there is suHlclont head yf water to flood
5 the "drive" over the bIibIIows. when they
I aro turned loose. Fifty million of feet
. were thus sent down tnls spring. They
l are all marked with tho names of the van- !
out owners, though aften a single person ;
J or company purchase and control the
whole "drive. A large gang of laborers,
' huge and muscular, and active start with
r the floating logs and keep them company
. along the bank. Often thev go ashore, in 1
. time of Hood sometimes, a mile or two from {
i tho shore. They stick on rocks or islands
r at bridge piers, Ac. Tho loggers duty is
. to keep them afloat and moving. Tney
f have to prevent jams, and to guard bridges i
. from being swept away. Their's is a hard |
i and perilous life. They spend their days
. up to their waists in water?somotimes
, deeper than tliat?or walking from one <
f slippery rolling log to another. Some'
j times they work for twenty-four consecuf
live hours working a jam out.
} It takes six months to get the logs to
1 Hartford, where they are sold. All this ,
; has been effected by the aid of the book
a aforesaid, assisted by their great imple
s ment the "Cant Hook."
There are nuite a number of most inr
terenting incidents here that I might write
d of, scenery, history, &c., but will defer at
present. Bkta.
A fliim of People to be Met In any Community.
Murriatown, O., Letter la BamcstIMo Entcrjiriw.
r There is a class of people in almost eve.
ry town (and our place is not an excepp
tion) that employ their time in arguing
1 Scripture. Now, if the cause of religion
* was advanced, or good done in any way,
we would not object, but to ar^ue merely
for the sake of argument, especially when
they do not practice what they preach,
i does no -good, but rather serves to cheapen
religion.
3 Walker In the Kole of John tbe Baptist.
- Froiu bia jitper?the Chirleston Courier.
t Valuable accessions were made to the
3 Greenback Labor party on the occasion of
- the County Convention of Putnam, at
f Winfield, on Saturday last,the5th instant.
a Life long Democrats presented themselves
and after publicly renouncing their allegi1
ante to the old party were received into
f ....... !.? i... <i?
iuii tiicuiuGiouii' 111 biiu iauu ui iuo uuiv
1 party.
One Wor?l Cover* the Advice
8 Which should bo given to nervous, slender
1 and debilitated persons?Invigorate! Seda
tiviM, opiates, appetizers, are comparatively
a unless. The system must bo built up with a
genuine tonic in order to the recovery of vigor
and tranquillity by the nerves. A course, j>ys- ;
teiuaticajly pursued, of the loading invigorant.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, should be resort"
e<l to by those who suffer from weak nerves
and general debility. The stomach, always
3 more or less dyspeptic in cases of nervousness
3 and loss of vitality, is toned and regulated by
- this medicine until the organ acts with a pro- ;
i cision akin to that of a steady-going piece of
i mechanism. Complete digestion and assimit
lation are, through the influence of the Bit- ;
ters, followed by again of vigor and llesh,and
the disappearacne of biliousness and irregu'
larity of ttie bowels, where such exist, as they
\ usually do. Appetito and sleep are then rei
gained. mwkaw
; UNDERTAKING.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
, ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
i Shrouds, Crape, Gloves, &c.
MrNo Charge for Hearse. Hacks, Ac., at Lowest
Livcrjr Prices.
; zink & MOREHEAD,
FURNITURE AND CARPET ROOMS,
t Je28 1117 MAIN 8TREET.
; travelers' guide.
UKPAKTUSB OP TRAINS?WHKKL1NO TIMS.
' A. U. A. X. P. X. p. X.
[ B.AO.K.B.?..m^..,H?. 5:46 10:35 0;05
? P. X.
' CeuL 0. Dl? 8:05 4.-06f ? ..
A. X.
, W. P.AB. DIT 6:60 1:60 6:40* 5:00*
! Clev. A Pitta .~. 6:10 11:06* MS* 5rt6J .
P. M.
I P. C. A 8L L 7:02 4:87 6;02
' ARRIVAL OP TRA1MS. j
1 , A. X. P. X. A, M. P. X.
. B. A O. K. U....^. > 9:06 5:06 10:56
1 CeauO.lHv 11:80 6:26 7:15 '
A, X, 1
: W. P.AB. 10:26 6.05 7:50* 6:05? 1
P. X. P. X. A. M.
; CUT. A Pitta-. ? 1*3* 6:46 M0 9:80J
I A.M. A.M.
P-C.AHUL.. 11:82 7:87 ]
l ^rUulrlobiaAcoontuiodaUon.?Thli train only xuna 1
I between \\ keeling and Trfadelphla.
, tDally except Sunday?Newark AccommodaUon.
(Sioubonville Accommodation.?1ThU train during
i the day pan** liackward and forward between Mar,
tin's terry and BeJIalre, ?topping when required at
Hheruian House, jKtnnflllo, Wert Wheeling and
Oratel H11L I
TIME TABLE. j
; elm grovFrailroad. >
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY. April lit, 1879, the ,
Can on the Wheeling and Elm Orote R. R. will (
' run as follows: Cars will learo the city (corner Mar
> aet and Eleveuth street*,) and SUmm's at
*?;15a. x. 10:15 a. x. 2:15 p. m. 6:16 p. x.
f 6 65 10:66 " 2:66 " 6:55 ?
7:M 11:85 " 8:85 " 7:85 M
8:15 12:15 P. x. 4:15 " 6:15
8:65 12:55 " 4:55 " 6*5 " ^
L 9:35 1:88 * ?* < o->? i
SunUtjri nxccpted. 1
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I
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Diarrhcea Compound!
Never Known to Fill In i Single Cut.
Testimonials from the most protniuent citizens |
everywhere.*
Kraft's Diarrhcea Compound j
Is guaranteed to euro Dlarrhrca, Dysentery,
Cliolera Morbus, Summer Complaint,
Sc., or the money refunded. <
'Physician* Lawyers, Clergymen, Mechanics, J
Mercbantsand Missionaries to foreign J
lands, testify to the wonder*
ful curea performod by j
Krait 8 uiarrncBa uompounfl ! n
Keep it in your house, yon may need it at *
any time. Take it with you f
when you travel.
Jfcfr-PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
8old by all druggUta and country storekeepers.
R. A. MeCABE & CO.,
Wholesale Draggtota, Wheeling! West Va,
Proprietors. jy7
N1W APV1RTI8EM1MT8.
pOHRENTThii
Burlington ftram Flouring Mill*, lo Burling*
?n, Belmont county, Ohio. Tlirn run m lamj
aachlnery in excellent condition; nod grain growng
Motion. Ttnni reasonable. Call at praalaoe, or
kldreae the undersigned tbrou|h thrMartin' Ferry,
Dhio, Potto Oct.
lyii-nww duotiHiie Bang.
^LUTING MACHINES?
Of the Latest Improvement
At tlio Hardware and llou??/urnl?blu| Store of
NKSBITT & BItO.,
Jyll irn Mtlkft 8???l.
J Al'ANESE NAPKINS?
ALSO,
Novelties of Japanese Make,
AT
HUTCHIN3* ART AND MUSIC STORE.
Jrii
QOSTA KICA COFFEK.
A new Coflee in thla market and very line. Judgos
of i'oITm) should not fall to give It a trial. For tale
either green or freshly roasted 00 tbe hot-air plan bjr
!R. J. SMYTH,
Cor. Market and Fourteenth Btreeta.
QHOICE CHEK8K.
I take mat pleasure in announdnt that I have
ecu red thu exclusive ?ale of oue of the very beit
make* of Now York Kaitory Cheese, and will always
ban It on band.
J. S 3UE "ST T H ,
Jyll Cor. Market ami Fourteen! b Htreets.
GRAND CONOERTWiU
be given at
SiobkoV Sky Purlor
PIUDAY EVKNIMU, by tba WHEELING CITY
BAND, at which time vtmLiug jrou daalre to oat
ind drink will be found. All arc iuvited.
Jy 10 C. MIEBKK, Proprietor.
IJNDEHTAKINGi'ho
moat complete faeilltlei fur oonduciinj tbe
business and tba larg?t stock of all kindi of Caskets
ind tt.ffluB lu tbo city. Everything |?rt?tning to
[uuerala promptly and carefully atteuded to.
FRIEND II SON, 1063 Main Street.
Jjio
gAVE YOUK MONEYBV
BUYING
AMERICAN BAKING POWDER.
Purity mil excdlenc. romtilocO.
Sold by the tmt tinier*. It 10
JUST RECEIVED?
Another Lirge 81ilpm?nt of
Buggies, Carriages & Spring Wagons,
From iht world-renowned factory of Loui* Cook, of
Cia.'lnuatl, Ohio. Every job guaranteed. Call auon
and make jour leleciloua.
J. W. FERBEL, Agent,
JylO Corner Main and Twent ethatreeta.
Just Bicuyrd, a Niur 8ui*rLY or
FOWLER'S PLY FANS*
Only bold on Trial br
LOUIS PECHKUT, Ag't. for F. Pt'd F. F.
1207 MamcktHtkkkt., opp. McLUftX House.
jyg
JOE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY.
I am prepared to furnlah to parties, famille* and
prime consumers the bert Ice Cream of all flavors. I
also have always on band a full and complete stock of
Cakes, Caudles, Frulta, Ac.
MRS. MAItY ZIEOEKFELDER,
prt4 No. M Twelfth HtrerL
LITERATURE.
NEW SUPPLY OK LATEST NOV EL 8.
" HKAS1DRLIBRARY.
" JULY ilAUAZlNES.
HAMMOCKS AND CROQUET
AT THE
CITY BOOKSTORE,
44 TWELFTH ST. jy4_
gONDS AND NOTES,
Well 8ccure<l by real eatate in this vicinity,
bought and sold.
J. DALLAS EWING,
No. lOGO Main Siitnrr,
jy4 Up fctnire, next to Exchange Hank.
gELUNG OFF AT COST.
Ladles', Mlwca ami Women's Fox Buttoned
Oaittra ...... I 00
Ladles' Walking - 1 00
Ladles' SI I mien 7?
"Hughes'" mjkiMif OlilMreu's Shoes, ull color*, 50
Ladles' Flue lasting Ualters, at all price*.
JOHN FRANK,
[e2? 2810 Main Street.
fancy dyeing.
Dress Goods, Shawls, Hllkn and Cloihing dyed In
desirable colors; Crap* veils Dyed.
dry Gleaning.
Dresses In all fabrics cleaned without ripping or
removing tile trimming. The most elaborate party
ami theatrical dresses are thos elegantly cleaned.
\T U. R. TEA8D ALE.868 Wataot Bt_ Cincinnati, a
tfsr Uoods returned by siprsss caisTully packed.
Af ASON'S IMPROVED
FIR/UTT CT A.IE2,S
?iT?
CUMMINS 4s WOODS'.
IH2 MA.IN 8TRKKT. )y4
NO MORE PAPER COLLARS!!
WEAHTHE
"UNENE"
PATENT
REVERSIBLE COLLARS:
Turn-down Sliln. AKOEU), RAPHAEL, KUBENS.
Onq trial wlllcouvlnce you that tber are reilljr
Tw?? ikO.sk, and B?rr ok All, Fink Wovkk,
5TAKCII FlXlflllKD. VXLVKT SMOOTH. WXARS BOtll
3IDK8.10 equal 20 (or 25 cents.
CUEAPEBTI1AN CUINESE WASUINQ.
Always buy of Uktailkm when possible. If not
found on tale, seod 8 ceut stamp for samples, or 25
*nUfora box br mall, to Uarerslble Collar Co., 82
tlawler Street. Boaion. Mum.
rry Them, Save Honey and Take Comfort.
Fold In Wheeling by Tiiomas Iluaim A Co., 1211
ttarket itreet; T. C. UorvAT, 27 Twelfth etreet;
Horrat i Dickkt, 1206 Market atreeL
myE-xwar
SUMMER TRAVEL.
If you Journey forbuilnef*. health or rccrettlon to
,he Mouutalua, Lake*, or Shore, over land or over
*a, don't fall to aecure the protection of ACCIDENT
NSUUANCEln THE TKAV LEKS, of llartford.
iny regular Agent will wrlta a yearly or monthly
*o Icy In a few minute*, or a Ticket from one to thirty
lay*. The coat Uwaiaall that any one can aOord ft
rbo trareU at all-Caah paid for Accldcntal Injuries
nar >3,000,(00. Jca
Eminent Dr. W. F. Steuart,
Marine Hospital, Baltimore,
iVritea: I take pleaaure in recommending Colden'a
ilEDIG'8 LIQUID EXTUAtTOF IIEEF and Tonic
ntlgorator," aa a moat excellent tonic In all caaea of
IKBIUTY CUL0R03I8, Ac. I.haro tested it with unlreral
aucceaa. 8oid by all drugilata. Je28
mwmimrnm 1
\?o will pay AKi-uua&aiaryuitU/uihriuuum
*r. i rtprnw*. or allow* Iwh? cwnmU?ioo, io?*i| out
L w vi't wooilerful loTtnllooa. H> mm?>*af
frf. Addwapy??ua A Co., Hwaball, ilielt
51200 ^SofflcS &port?,Tfri2^-^
$1001
Proportional ratnrna every week on Htoek Ontlona of
120. - *00, - 8 lOO, - 9000. Addreaa
T. POTTER WIGHT & CO., Bankers,
88 Wall Street, N. Y.
'run TO F. 0. RICH A CO., l'ortlan.l, Maine, !
IT Nil 'or heat Agency Biulnea iu the World. ExILIIU
panalre Outfit Frtc. J?28
ma Month and expeniee guaranteed to Aiaata.
Outfit fraa. SHAW A CO., Aogaata, Malna.
5777 :
ItaMw
Vdvertisement
IclOTlWpWWMplilM. U. 1'. UUWKLLACo ,N.Y. J
> 000 AJW RH.UBLU BUSINESS
''". 1? oounlr. He* bualnns, Ad*
rin. J. n Wat St.. Mftlaoo, Ind. i-u
this paper Et$a i
Newwtper AdrerUilag Bureau (10 8prac? i
new york" |j
DRY 000P8.
Closing Out Sale
Stady your laternt aid oount yoar eul
then come to tbt
BeeUikSth
1030 Main St., Wheeling,
AND BE CONVINCEE
Having determined to make a radical obanj
in our busineo, we will, from thin
day, offer oar entire stock of
Dry Goods
and
Carpets
FOB CASH,
At prices nevor befure heard of in Wheelinj
Our Stock is FULL AND DESIRABLE, an
embraces a full variety of
Silks,
Dress Goods,
Shawls, and
Staple Dry Good
OP EVERY KIND.
CARPETS,
OILCLOTHS
CURTAIN GOODS, &c
A largo i?%rt being recently purchased.
Many styles of Dress Goods at ONE-FOURT]
THEIR COST, to close them out We
mean business. Remember the place.
STONE & THOMAS
1030 Main St.
jelOnaw
Paper Lap Bods!
Paper Lap Boards!
- Paper Lap Boards
We have just oj>ened a large lot of thes
useful articles. These Boards are much hand
somer and more durable than wood, havin
a yard measure one side and a checker-boan
on the other,
ALL FOR ONEDOLLAF
THE NEW
Weed Sewing Machines
We are the Agents for this matchless Me
cbine, which cannot be surpassed, belnj
NOISELESS and EASY TO RUN, havlni
all the recent improvements and attachments
Price, with all the attachments, ONLY THIR
TY DOLLARS, CASH.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
jc26
SELLING OFF AT COST
TO
REDUCE STOCK.
Our Urge Block of Foreign anil Domeatla Dry floods
Notions, Cnr|ictn, Oil Cloth*, ltug*. Ac , must be re
iluced, and to Jo this wo shall offer our entire atoel
from anil after June 20th, 1879, until further notice a
and below
COST for CASH
We Oder a full line of Black Caabtnerea and otbe
Upline and Summer Drew flood*. White flood*. Sum
mer Shawl*. Paiatola, Fa us, Kid and Llile ulorea
Hosiery and Notion*, Ladle*' White and Colore<
Skirts, Infant Dretiea, Table Unena, Turkey Damaak
Fancy Towel*, Meu and Bora Weir Jeana, Ciual
mere, Cotlonadeaand a full lino of
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Carpeta, Floor Oil Clothe, Bun, Window Shadea and
Lttco Curtain*. An early calf la aollclted.
HENRY ROEMER,
No 2000 MAIN STREET, WHEELINfl, W. Va.
Jr20
JOHN 0. SCHQLTZ,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
SLATE ROOFER,
And Dealer In
SLATE AND SLATE MATERIALS
Slate Tarda...... ...Noa. 1116 A1111 WaUr Street,
Wheeling, W. Va.
MT All ordure promptly attended to. aafl6
Q RNAMEKTAL?
Evergreen Wreathing.
Mottoea, Deelgna, Ac. Alae, Stampa, Stendla and
tola, at
WEJfT VA. STENCIL AND SEAL WORM,
d?&4 No. mi Markot BU. W hading. W. Va.
gRICKWORK.
Mantel* and Orate# aet in latcat lmprored itylea;
lad Chimney draught* rerulated and Improved,
taring and Brlcblayfng In all lu parta promptly and
icatlr attended to by
HAMILTON 4 McGRANAHAN,
Nm 191 VHIuntli Hlnxt m*A
mrtfl
5 unc JL pn MANUFACTURERS OF
1# ntlt 01 UU. PRINTING PRE88E8
VND PRINTING MACHINERY OF EVERY DEIt'RIPTION.
ALSO, GA8TBTEEL8AW8. OFFICE,
ilANUPACTORY AND WABEBOOM8I 604
I RAND HT? N. T. au27
- OINtRAU NOTIOH.
!" gTOOKHOLDEKS'.MEmiNa.;
.KaS MttMce
guMmltal atrath biulnw u mij tkn ram
I H. WILLIAMS, 8M1
' QA8II DIVIDEND?
Thi Oirmia Fir* InvinoM Cotupior bti duel
> Otui-MOIIBI illrldawl ot tbrx per rent,
on tfllr lb* 14th Il?r ol Julf, it thfl oflet ol
nmiptiir, Ko. n Fourlwoth Uml, <!p?ri II
IBaUdloi. F. RIK4TSR,
lylO BtcrtU
\rOTIOETO WATKR OONHUMEIU
a.i im water own wui m cietneu out on
Saturday. Cttla?ut *111 pleaae iircjmro theuiii
with dean water for bouaekMpIng purpoa* uo Fi
owning. All atrnt hoM and manufactories
please alop ou (Saturday. for the reason that Ilia
lUserroIr la Dot capable ol holding auffi> lent i
(or cleaning and keeping tba cunsuiuptlou up ai
i same time. Naiuea of paitiea wishing to wor
* cleaning the baaln will be taken at tbe Water W
oo Friday. JAMES If. HIDULE
JylO , fluftriniendt
gKALED PROPOSALS.
! Ctty Clrbk'* Omen,
WllKKLIM), W. VA , July U, 18
Sealed propoeala will be received at tbe office o
City Clerk until MONDAY, J ULY 14.1170, at 8 o'(
l*. for furnishing tbe city with all Ihecurbloi
crossing atone that they may deal re for tbe enj
year. Bperiflcatlona and tbe contract to Ikj bm
tbe City Hullding. Bids to beaddrceeed to tbe CI
man of tbo ComntlUce ou Street*, Alleys >ud Urt
tbe oomtuUtee reserving the right to reject any c
bkla. ALK.\. Ui'DfcUBAFF,
Jy? City Clat
QHANGED HAND??
Having dlapoaed of my saloon, No 14".7 Mi
alreet, to Mr. Henry Leonard, formerly bar tei
with roc, I take this opportunity of expreaalog
) thanka to the public for tbe liberal patronage
lowed upon me, and Iruat that patronage may
tinua with mv iniymnr. All ulslma
aaid aa'oon will prcaant their bllla for payment,
>11 thoM indebted please call and aettle, at
Phoenix Saloon, No. G Waahington Hall, Twi
f. traet, when I ahall continue tba aaloon aud rtt
rani buaineaa.
jyiO AUGUST ROL
d ^SSESSMENT NOTICE?
Cluk's Orrtcx, Crrv or Whkxlmo, July
Publie notice la hereby given to all peraona li
eated (bat tba AaaMiora elected by the Counoil o
City of W heeling hare completed their aaaeaamen
the year, and made return thereof to my office,
peraona wlahlng to appeal from Mid aaaeament o:
airing any eorrectlona made will appear at tke
. Building before the Hoard of Equalisation and
9 peak on the 14th day of JULY at ft o'clock a. m.m
aid Board wlU meet at that time at tba aald
Building te bear all objectiuaa to laid aaeeiement
reriae and correct the same.
ALEX. UPDEGRAFF
jy-t City am
Q1TIZEN81 RAILWAY COMPAQ
Increase of Capital Stock to $100, C
OrriCK CmzBSfl' Railway Com pad
wllkklulo, July 8,1879
Whereas, by an set of the (Jencrnl Aaaembi
Virginia, untitled "An act to incorporate the Cltli
Railway Company of the city of Wheeling," p.
January SO, 186), it la provided in Section 2,
I the capital aloek of the said company shall conal
not leaa than twent)-fl*e thoiuund uor more
one hundred thousand dollars, which ahall be dlv
Into ahsre* of fifty dollar# each:" and whereas,
, further provided in bection 3, "That the Directa
'* aaid company may at any time Increue the ca
stock to the maximum limit of <100,000;" and wl
a.*, tut one thouuni nine hun'ired ami seventy
and four*fifthi shares of said stock hare been issue
the par value of 198,640: and wkereas. at a tneetli
the directors of the aaid company hold at their <i
on Mouaay, July 7,I87U, it was
"Rttoktd, That the Secretary sell to the hi{|
bldaer twentj-sevea and one-fifth ahateaof said i
of the par value of tlitv dollars each, thereby inc;
rr tng the capital stock of said company to the mailt
a limit." Therefore, sealed proposals will be rece
at the office of the company, No. 1'ilO Market at
until 8o'clock P. M. on 6ATURDAY, JULY 19,!
for t he purchase of the whole or any part of said ai
The company reserves the right to reject any o
bids If deemed their iuterest to do so.
JyP VAN B. HALL, See
' TRUSTEES' SALES.
rpKUSTEE'S SALE OF
" VALUABLE CITY PR0PER1
By virtue ofa di-ed ol tr-at, made lij Cbarle
Kryter and Do rate Kryter, to toe undersigned, d
the4lh day of January, 1876, and recwrued in
office of the Clerk u( tbeCoui.tr Courtof Ohio eou
West Virginia, la Deed of Trust Book No. 10, [ug
I will, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1879
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. M, at the front doi
I the Couit Houso uf Ohio county, aell at public
tlou, to the highest bidder, the following descr
property, tbatutoaay, the lot or parcel of land w
I wai conveyed by Kraocla IC. Armatrong, Oominisi
er, acting uuder and by virtue of a decree ol the
cult Court of Ohio county, In the BUtc of West
ginia, rendered on the 3d day of February, 1851,
ault In chanttry, in which said Armatrong waa pi
tlffandHaniPdeuZane and other* were detyidj
to William Kryter. alnie deceased, by deed je?
c date on the 24th day rf June, 1863, and re onta!
. Deed Book 46, page 374, in the CJerk'a office of
I* County Court of aald county, being lot numb
nine (V) aa laid out by said Commissioner on a pai
6 tbe property known aa the Reserve In the aald ell
, Wheeling, which lot measures twenty-two (23) fe<
1 front along the wcat aide of Market alreet in old <
and extcuda back with that width oue hundrei
thirty-two (132) feet.
Bald lot has on it a tbree-story brick building, b
, aupplled with gaa and water dxtuiej, and also one i
( story brick building, with good cellars under 1
buildings.
Said property la to be sold to satisfy the print
sum of 15,000, with interest thereon *t the rale ol
percent per annum from October 4, 1878, due Hi
Tii-man. Title to aald property believed lo beg
but I shall only convoy such title as Is vested in in>
aald deed.
Tkrxb or Balk?Cash.
PHILIP 8CHEEHLB,
ly3 Truatei
' AUCTION SALES.
. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
* Agricultural Implements, Seeds, I
< By virtue of an assignment made by William
. SteUe to me on tha Ottx day of July, '879,1 will
at public auetlon at No. 1501 Main street, in the
of Wheeling, W. V*., on
THURSDAY, JOLY 81, 1879,
Cnmwenclcg at 10 o'clock a. M., the entire atoc
agricultural implemenU, aeeda, Ac., belonging to
tald William II.'Stelle, constating of mowing
reaping machine , hay rates, hay forks, plows, g,
. drtlli, feed cutters, corn planters, corn thellera, pur
sacks, garden seeds, Ac. Also ator.-room flxti
and office furniture.
Bale will cont<nue from day to day until the en
stock is disposed of.
Said goods will be offered at private sale at grei
reduced prices until the day of sale.
Terw?-Oaah.
I. P. JONES, Assigne
J. H. Good, Attorney. jylO d*
. pUBLIO SALE OF A
' VALUABLE RIVER HILL FAR
IN MARSHALL COUNTY, W. VA.
On MONDAY, June 80th, 1879, on the preml
. will sell at public auction a Faim of about 170 ac
I two tnllea from Benwooti, Marshall county, W.1
, within one-half mile of the Baltimore A Ohio R
and Ohio river and Ave and a half miles frein Wh
Ing. and being part of the home tarni of the late Da
McMecben. About 100 acres under cultivation, 24 ai
In prase, young Orchard of choice fruit, three ordln
i farm duellings, and good well of water oonvenien
dwellings; water for atock in every field. Will be i
i In lots to suit purchaser*. The soil la ricnllmeat
and lava ao well that it can be tilled by the latest!
preyed machinery. <*oodcoal bank wltnlu 200 ys
of the dwelling for the tu of said farm.
Terma of aale made known on the day o! sale.
W. V. HOQfi A BRO.,
jelOMW 1800 Markets
Tkwia?One-fourth cash, balance in one, two i
three yean, secured by deed of truat.
The above aale U poetpined until MONDAY, Ji
14th, at the front door of the Court House, Moun
vllle, W. Ya. jy
PAINTINO, PAPER HANCINC, A<
g F. HIGQINS?
PAINTER AND GRAINER.
Onlera by mmll or otherwise, 1613 Ju
tnetor
BIGGINS' GALLERY
Will nMlv. Imnirfl.1* ?" ?
? twnMua apna
JJ^ATTHEW W. MILLER, "
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
I" now pitfiiwl to do ?u kl mu o(
Paper-Hanglng, Kiliomlnlng and Gliiln
RESIDENCE 1?S ZOFF STaKBT.
A" ord". promptly ItUadfcl Li. ??
IjlHE PLACE TO GO! ~ u
rMm laihur/te pHjiUbc, U to
The Intelligencer Job Rooms
Work u Kultd In food it;U upon tbi iboruu mU,
-I: ? c,?l,wr
"DON'T YOtJ
?S J, V. L. Rodgers, Gen
f uS^$g
ROYAL, of EaftlftMl ? ~
Qll.KN. Of I
LONDON AND LANCAHHIBK, *T Englnti
ired !iAN^NHI?5#r5^tojMlJi:
i. __ MANHATTAN, of N?W York-...,.^.
AMASOX, of I'lKrlnaml
th? TUfllilir UK AltO ACt'IDUT. ?f
Ioum Fire. Miirlua, Life Mil Accident Pol Idea Iwutil
rtlra. Particular attention fireo to remodel! ni lorn
Iota. A competent and experience! Surteyor alvrayi
lL- ^^aod^rowpUygjlil. The only Agaiicy la Uie
n.Tl
fij TKI wai
I THE WEE
, J| ? P!_L1 ? m
? n larye tipni rage 5
, Columns, will be senl
4 dress, till Jan. 1,1880,
& FOR HALF
St Addi
iraD jc2Q-MwrrAW
? JEWELRY AND WATCHW.
... BRIDAL PRESENTS!
ndtr
my
b?* CHOICR DK81UKS IN
ra? GORHAN AND WHITINS STERLING WARE
"""! Nov dnlfttu In Vine QUADRUPLE PI.Ik
tnd ware, received every week.
the Call and we our stock before 7011 purchase
Z. TURNER & DILLON,
P lete * JEWELERS.
? Q0LUMBU8 WATCHES
uoiunmus watches!
??- American Watobei 1
''or Swiit Watcbasl
fdl At greatly reduced prices. Then Columba
Watches are very desirable, being superlo;
i the time-keepers and beautiful works of art
city
It,d roa SALS BT
C. P. BROWN,
? 51 TWELFTH STREET.
V? ?prt
100 WATCHESWill
open to-dsy with another elegant itock e
'*'} Stem-windlnff Watoho*.
I? 0t Gill and convince yourself of the low price tha
Mnt' you can buy a good watch for it
U?J j. BECKER'S, 3309 laoob Strait.
?? M
ins REM0VALIt
Is Having removed to No. 1060 Market stmt, eppedti
n o[ the lowei end of Market House, I will be pleased t
pltal have my old patrona, aiwillu the public la general
to call and examine my new stock of Watches. Clock
*two snd.Jowelry, of which I keep a full line. Repairing i
d, of specialty. (? C. WIMWXRHD,
iff of mh21 No, 1060 Market St.
1 tli c e ???????????
h?t PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS
lOCk
rvcn FELLOWS, ATTENTION?
num
JJJf You cm get your
Si RESCUES FRAMED
? " VERY CHEAP AT
r KIRK'S,
jy4 1005Main 8t, opp. GmntHouaf.
_ ^yiNDOW CORNICES AND
PICTUBK FRAMES.
"Y. An ellgaalUMrtaanttt the OPERA HOUSE AB1
STORE, on Fourteeuthitreet
|A myai HPCBY FLOOD.
"IS ^yiNDOW CORNICESe
it! Looking Glass Plate, all sizes,
Picture Cord and Wire,
I Picture Nails and Screws,
jrof Porsaleatthe
tuc McL JJRR SO USB ART STORK
tlS K.L. HICOIA.
iioij- - ?
PRUC8, PAINTS. AO.
si Do Not Leave Home
ring
[& WITHOUT A BOTTLE OF
? } REED'S
a DIARRHEA REMEDY!
olng The only safe and sure cure for Dlarrhaja, Dys
two- entery, Flux, Cholera Morbus, Ac.
both
I pal
[?ir \\q guarantee the Remedy in every eu*
jjy when used according to directions.
NO CURE! HO PAY !
~ PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE
ic. HOUSTON & BAER,
Proprietors,
.2i WHEELING, W. VA,
dtr
JACOB SNYT1EB
IMS MAIM HTREET,
ko( Oalla attention of Wagon and Carrltgo Makara to thi
lhe following Bpodal
2 PAINTS.
apt, Muury'i Coach Colon,
irta Shonrin, WUllaaa 4 Co.'a,
StaaViTnbm
tire
itijr VARNISHES:
alontlna'a, Parrott'a, itandartL
e. GOLD AND SILVER BK0NZE8,
w_ odO TRAWBFEB ORNAMEMTg
-POTAFORE
I JELASCl
Jt*
?rr
tto
? LATEST STYLE
lm?
n
IN
' 4 STRAW
?
1 AT
[HARP E R'S.
my27 '
J?OK
ob
Lemons and Oranges,
' Lemon and Raspberry Syru'pe, Nuta and all
? kinds of Confectioneries, send for quotations
to I
IV. 8CHULZ, I
! jelQ 1810 MARKET CTREE.
f 1 ARGE 8TQ0K OF
~ Fruit Jars and ielly Glasses,
At Bottom Fried FOWLER'S PATEKTFLT rAMa,
ml FLY TRAPS, >1
. JOHN FRIEDEL'S
?.l JjS liao MAW STREET.
U??NC? AOINT.
FORGET IT." " I
eral Insurance Agent,
, ?tt*ELINO, w. VA.,
itrliDg Iniunaw Comptnlet:
Awta over MO,000,000 oo
?... " M VO,000.000 Ott
Mlw.HH.HM mm " " 16.000,0<H), 00
m.mm mm " " 11^00,000.00
" " nao, 000.00
??mm H.10, (MM), do
llnrirurd. <on? . M ? 4^00,000.0?
lor mf iwtn, frot? OM Uf to fl?t tnn, it wu.?uu?
?<4 A4Ulaa.ro M toJotianUjr th? uwmllac*,*
retdr to ?xamtM all rtika oflWad. Iommi fiUWaj.
.117 ,U luu? KM ul
'i w MM
IKLY 1UN.
KLY SUN. I
meet of Fifty-six broad
Post Paid, to any AdA
DOLLAR.
688 THE SUN, New York City,
| ?TOvi77NDCRATES.
! FLORENCE OIL STOVE'
Tktoftljr AbMlnUly tiai? Oil Ku>v* In the wvrld '
ALL CAST IRON.
Three dlihea csn be eookM at out Hue
A OOMKOIT IN HOT WEATHER.
tj s
1 . :
NO SMOKE. NOTRUUBl.K.
I No Cool or Wood Store can do llnMtlnr, KrHm
. BtawluK, Touting aud Straining better. ItcanbeiUd
r without InUrftttog with any other part of the nu,,,
For aale only by'
CHRIS. WINOHKK,
. ^ ^WMAINOTBECT.
. ? ?.? . wwnHMvu * uit mm muan i nilt Jtri I
J SELF BEALIMU. Jt||
t THE8TA.R
WU1 Boll, Bake,
I Broil. Tout, Bout WWM
i or do anything tbsl WIH
, md bo done by any kVHW
i other 8tovo. It' u
I free from Dirt, Ash h
Boot.
8m('ktahtf.
For Bale by
H. SWEENEY,
Dealer in all klid of 8tOTec and Hard vara Houm Fon
nUhlngGooda.
Olre me a call and be satisfied that 1 have the only
Oil Stove made of
SOLID CAST IRON.
It oombloee Safety, Economy, Durability, Eut la
Operation, and la Non*exploelve.
je6 WO. 12 BLEVBHTH MTKKCT.
B.F.CALDWELL,
arble, Slate and Iron Mantels,
Common Grates, ^le and all kinds of Terra
Ootta Goods.
UIZEDIRON&TINRQOFi,
Toother with a complete assortment ot
; COOKING STOVES!
ind House Furnishin^ Goods. We call n?
cial attention to *!ie
Peerless Radiator Shaking Grate,
> The mort oomplete Grate in the market It
can be teen In operation in Mr. Frank Coen'i
line resident* On the Island. Call and enm
[ntUW,
IfiOG a*d 1011 Main Strut, bub B. 4
0. Depot.
oeSS
5 g??.
ATTORNEYS.
[ JOHK J. JACOB. | *. 0. CBACEAFT. | It. B.JritlWtm*
' JAOOB, ORAGRAFT & FERGUSSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W.
1IM Chapline Street, WHEELING, W. VA
WiU practice la the Court* of Ohio, Broeke ami Rvahall
eountiWj in the Federal Court*, ?n?l in tho So
J R. COWDEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' No. 1222 Chapline Street,
my31 WflKicuwd, W. V*..
yf J. W. COWBEN,
ATTORNEY AJ LAW,
Offloe, No. 1222 Chapline St ,WH*iuna, W.Tt
Prompt attention to ell faurinew. JeT-dAw
^ 0. LEWI8,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1142 Chaplin* STBKIT, WnuuKo, W. Vi.
PnetioM In all Ohio and W?t VIrjinU Court*.
I Collections and conreyandnggben ii?ol?l uuntloD.
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gWING * RILEY,
ATT0RNKT8 AT LAW,
1100 Main 8treet, up stairs, next door to tin
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uauluuigo 1)1111 & j
ipr2 WHWUKfl, W. V*rp
J. HUGOS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offloa, 71 Twelfth Street, Whiiuxo, W. Vj.
Practices In the Court! of Ohio, Marslml! mJ
Tyl?r countlee, W. V?. iml7
JJANNIBAL FORBEfe,
ATTOBJfXT AT LAW,
(Mm, Custom Hon*.
l>u Wrouw, w.
QEOEQE P. LINCH,
ATTOBlfXr AT LAW,
Offloe, No. lXfiChljiline Street, Odd .fellowi'
Building, Room No, 1,
mrQA ii'_. v.
qaniel peck,
attorney at law,
1404 Ghftplins 8treet,
"? Wramio. W. V?- .
james p. sogers,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ha 1307 OhtpUnt Stmt, opp. tie Court Huun,
MO Tmini, W. V>.
0ANIKL LAMB,
ATTOZNBy AT LA If,
No. 1811 lfirktt Street, (over City Bank),
Wanuxo, W. Va.
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