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Snlmtdat OnPotlufiet at Wlutlinf, W. Fa.,<u
teoond-cUm mail maUtr.
PBBW St OAMPBBLL,
ruiuiuitu us riorusnju
UOteel So. as wl XT i'OM-tMDth MlreeL
IIWIMI MUIK, mmitiiY ?.
THU WIHTBT WEATMEB.
ntdtflf of > ihuw-MleJjfliliiK and
ladUiuc la Ike t ouulrjr-kevcu WmIii
r aow-?tock reidliucWhit
seems to be a thaw baa been golog
on lor the last tvo days, although it
will take a weak of such weather to melt
tbe snow that covers the lace ol tho country
throughout all this region to tbe depth
ol several inches. In the city the sleighing
it about dons lot, but in the country it
is aa good as ever. Up In Broolie county,
as we observed during an excursion extending
from Saturday up to yesterday,
they have never had such eleighlng. It
waa seven weeks yesterday since tho peo.
pie commenced traveling on runners inatead
of wheels, and they have kept it up
ever since. The roads have keen in perlaot
order almost all the lime, and the
amount of hauling on sleds that has bsen
done ia Immense. The people oi Wellington
county, as far eaat aa Buffalo
Village, have hauled bay anil
wheat to Wellabnrg, and all the farmers
have utilized the anow to tbe fullest
extent in the way of hauling timber, coal
and all aorta of farm Btaif. The only
drawback has baon that the weather hut
prevented corn huaklog to audi an extent
that very little corn has been marketed,
moat lumen haying no more buaked than
eutHced for their atock. Tlie country Is
full of corn, but it nevertheless readily
brings fifty cenla, and la not plenty at
that. There ia also a good deal of hay, but
the uncertainties of winter feeding have
been inch that those who have plenty of
it are not inclined to aell it even at $18
per ton. They want to see whether the
8round hog theory of alx weeks of wluter,
ating from the 2d of this month, wll.' pan
ont this year or not. They believe it good
deal more in the ground bog aign than in
Mother Shiptona prophecy about the
world coming to an end thia year, and
and hence are not inclined to lot go their
grip on their earthly poaaeaslona yet
awhile.
The quantity of ice that haa been put
up in the private ice housea in the country
never waa as great aa it is this year.
And for that matter, the quantity of it
that haa been piled up by the wayside was
never half- aa great. A curious specimen
of this piling up can be Been on the Weliahurg
and Bethany pike near Buchanan's,
about half way between the two placea.
Owing to a gorge In lluffalo creek near
that place prior to the tost break up, the
creek overpoured the bottoms In the vicinity,
carrying with it fences anil huge
masses of ice, and depositing them to
the depth ol several foet over the pike
and adjacent territory. To such an extent
was the pike blockaded that hall a
hundred men had to ho called into service
by the turnpike company and set to
work with picks and sboveln to
cut a roatl through the aolid ice
and the icy debris. They cut a
narrow gauge through, juBt wide enough
for a wagon, and the consequence Is that
vehicles pasa between the solid Icy walls
after tbe fashion of the Israelites passing
through the Ked sea between solid walls
of water. It la really a curiosity to see the
freak that hu thus played by the waters
of tbe usually well behaved Buffalo creek
this winter. One of the chief sufferers by
the freak is a Mr. W barton who lives in the
vicinity, and whose fine bottom land hna
been literally and irretrievably ruined by
the new channel cut through by the
creek. Mr. Wharton Is a man whom "disaster
has followed fast and followed
faster," having hid hla house burned only
a abort time ago. Hla last calamity haa
fallen as a heavy blow upon him.
The unusual winter weather that we
have bad haa made feeding a pretty expensive
matter to tiie farmers, although
nJn/ilr nl oil Iritwla linvn thrlvnn iiml urn in
good condition at this time. The sheep
howover are faltering a little In their
thrift, and are showingsigns ol the need of
contact with the earth. Dry feeding for
so long a time palls upon the appetite and
thickens the blood too much. Hence
some farmers are feeding apples and turnips
in addition lo their dry feed, These
have a corroctivo effect on the appetito
and the circulation.
We notice that some sheep in the country
are well heused this weather, while
others are permitted to remain exposed
most of the time. The theory of those
who let them lie out around the stacks is
that It Is a natural sort of exposure, for
which they are prepared by naturo, and
that it acts ns a preventive against foot
rot. They contend that tho herding of
sheep together Ina sheep house heats and
defiles their feet to such an extent as to
produce foot rot. Whether this is the case
or not it Is certain that it takes agreut deal
more feed to keep exposed sheep in even
fair condition than it does those that are
kept tinder shelter.
These moonlight nights have been groat
nights for sleighing parties In the country.
A number uf the young people of Bethany
made a raid on Ool. 0. 11. Bead's
hospitable home on last Saturday night.
They did not, however, find the Colonel
*nd bis good wife unprepared, aud the
heaped up Ores and the good cheer that
went round reminded one of those Rood
old winter scenes recorded in Doddridge's
Motes concerning the early days in this
region. The night was bright ns day outside,
and the sleigh belle made the air
vocal with their musio,
1 Keeping lime* Uinr, Hot,
JU a Njri 01 Kuoio rujriue,
To thellntlnabnlatlon that ?tuuilcall r twelli,
From the belle, belli, belli,"
It aeema aa II aldghlng rnuat have been
n Inatltntion apeclally Kit tip for the benefit
ol young people. It laaatonlahlng the
amount t)i expoaure that a young fellow
and hla girl can aland on a winter's night,
The* etanil It better when parcelled out In
alelgha?one pair to a aloigh?thnn when
tumbled In together In large eled loada,
paradoxical at it may peera, Thlaahowa
the power ol Imagination, People who
have pasaed out ol their salad daye have
more dinicnitjr In invoking thle power of
Imagination. They are prone to reineuiber
sleighing daya that are paat and gone,
and to think If not to aay with the
Freaoher of Eccleelaalea, "what la the
cauae that the former days were better
than theae7"
"Like the dew on the mountain,
Like thefotfni on the rlter,
I.Ike the bubble on the fountain,
Thoie daye are gone and forever."
Weil Virginia nml tlio llnllrond UtitMUtt
H, Y. Tribune of Sttttrdftf.
The Stale of West Virginia is one of
those young Stales which la an yet inadennalolv
nrnflflml urltti till?n?>l? Mbo
?ju?tw/ ...... inuiuaun "??
gome other Mates, however, it linden It
eees greater benefit to Itself Irotn il en polling
the ft* rsllronds It hia than trom encouraging
the construction ot more.
There are two lines ol toad crossing lla
territory from eaat to west, with scarcely
a fragment In the other directions. Mo
State in proportion to Ita area, haa ench a
wealth ot timber, coal. Iron ore, limestone,
salt, petrolenm, etc., all of which
need, mora than anything else, capltol
and railroads to make them of value to
her. Nevertheless toinpted by the onnnlng
bait laid by Jeremiah Black, she Is
now aaked to "regnlato rates" ot tare and
freight. |
A bill haa been offered by some Intrete
rate Granger that local freight aball be 1
carried at the aame rate, per mile, as the
through freight*, regardless of Isnglh of
ban). Rate* between Chicago and New
fork and Liverpool are made clear
through; and to obtain any lualne** over i
the line* crowing West Virginia the com- J
(ante* must make similar through ratee o
or lose the freight. Tlis expenditure* for J
road bed, rail* and fixed expense* are :
about the earns for * railroad with only 1
local traffic as for one with a large through J
traffic in addition?in other worda, the
road once built can run twenty extra
through freight train* for a trifling
addition to the total expense. The
through traffic, taken from other linea, i
helps to pay the expenses and intereet on :
first coat. This jnortsighted Virginia
legislator thinks it w 'id be better to shut ;
off the through traffic, and leave the road j
to depend solely on the local?for auch is <
the obvious effect of his bill. One o> two J
things must then happen: either the local j
rates must be increased so as to cover the .
entire expense, or the road must fail to
pay and the company stop running. This,
ul course, is not what is intended, but it
is the natural sequel. Until legislator! ,
can device some way of compelling rail- ,
road ownera to run railroads at a loss, and i
of paying the deficiency out of their 1
pockets for the privilege, they would do 1
well to leave fares and freights to the un- i
failing forces of supply and demand. 1
The State haa voted to remove its capital
(now at Wheeling) to Charleston,
which, like the present site, is accessible
from only two directions, and to rejeb
either will require a long roundabout journey
of hundreds of miles by river or rail.
What sort of au invitation la this raid on '
[he o!il roada to porsoua contemplating
tbe building of now proposed lines? The
Slate of Arkansas baa been troubled In
tbe name way lately: but we are glad to 1
tiuu that a message from the Governor,
setticK forth the need and advantaged of
moro railroads, haa bad the dealred elfeet
ol suppressing the agrarian movement.
West Virginia and aome of the young
States at the West will learn, in time, that
tbey hiive nothing to gain by attempting
to iuterfere with laws ol trade, or by
threatening capital engaged In opening up
roadi through theni. however enticing the
effort may be, lor the moment, to the
demagogue. < | |
Manhood's vigor la lost when the body
is wasted by Dyspepsia, elcic headache or
Jlver complaint. For this pitiable condition
Tutt'e l'illa are a specific. Tbe vigor
and elasticity of youth, and budyancy of
spirits, will follow their use. They give
pure blood and solid llesh.
A I.returr uu Itie Devil.
WuiauNa, W. Vi., February 5.
To Judge Thovm D. Uuuilon:
Km;?We, the underalgoed, Senators,
Delegates and officers of the West Virginia
Legislature.-havlng beard your lecture on
"The Devil highly spoken of, would respectfully
request you to deliver the same
in the Hail of the House of Delegates
some Saturday evening during the present
session.
Very truly yours,
BjiuuoI A Kepner, M M Lowry,
(Jtorgo Lyucli, (ito W Huckwortb,
C VV W a twin, b F Iron*.
Wm A Quarrler, J M Hjrdenitr'okw,
I.pwla 8 Newiuau, J K Thorn j ion,
i' .l IM'mui,. Will l'rlnc*.
H II l.arljr, 1 J th'tle,
Fluid Liitki U W HMbrlgtit,
Lowla Wllroo, K UavUHU,
Mur.'liHl) De|>u?, gfluion Weill,
Uwls Mhvpimrtl, 1 Mluolalr.
John '1' Hller, U Wln.H'g'l-al-armi
Junius Morrow, Jr, II F Uonulf,
liulali lieu, J K tilollliigs,
Alexander Moproe, 1) A lUrbcc,
Jo*e|>h W Hoi, J J Woodi,
Cbarlei K Weill, I'tlirtol wllllmill,
, I)H l.wnard, Frank Htokarllh,
It A Kultcrta, J N Clurkson, Jr.
llenrv M Maihawi, h BratVr,
WLMcNnl, 11 H Johnson.
WimuLiNO, February 7.
To the Hons. N. M. I/>wry, H, A. Kepner,
H. F, Dennis, and otker Senators,
Dulogatea and olllcersof the West Virginia
legislature, and Hon. II. M.
Mathews, (iovernor, and other officers
of tho State Government:
Uinti.kmkk:?Your kind communication
ol the Gth Inst., requesting me to deliver
my lecture on '"the Devil," in "the
hall of the House of Delegates some Saturday
evening during tho present session,"
accompanied by a copy of the resolution
adopted by the ilouse of Delegates
this afternoon, granting me the use of the
hall for the purpose Indicated, has Juat
been handed to me.
I am deeply sensible of the honor thus 1
conferied. The high character and distinguished
reputation of those tendering
the invitation (specially enhances its
value.
In accepting it, I beg leave to indicate 1
next Saturday, the 12th, aa the time.
With profound gratitude to you person
ally, anu to the House ol Delegates for its 1
generous tender of the hall, I remain,
gentlemen, verv truly,
Your obediont servant,
Tiiob. D. Houston.
m > I
nrirucii iruiii i>riuui
The following statement of William J
Coughlln, of Bomervilie, Mass., is no remark*
able that we beg to ask for the attention ef 1
our readers. He says: "In the fall of 1870 1
was taken with a violent bleeding of tho lungs,
followed by a severe cough. 1 soon began to I
looso my appetite and flesh. I was so weak I
at one time tuat I could not leave my bed. In
the summer of 18771 was admitted to the City <
Hospital. "While there the doctors said I had
a hole in my left lung as higasn half dollar.
I expended over a hundred dollars in doctors
and medicines. I was so far gone at one time
a report went around that I was dead. I gave
up Iiojh), but a friend told me of Dr. William
Hall's Balsam for the Lungs. I laughed at
my friends, thinking that my case was incur*
able, but I got a bottlo to satisfy them, when t
to my surprise and gratification I commencod 1
to feel better. My hope, once dead, began to j
revive, and to*day 1 feel in better spirits than
1 have for the past three years. j
"I write this hoping you will puhlish it.
so that every one inflicted with Diseased *
Lungs will be induced to take Dr. Wra. Hall's
Balsam for tho Lungs, and be convinced that
Consumption can be curod. I have taken two
bottles, and can nosltlvely say that It has
done morn good than all the other medicines
I have taken since my sickness. My cough
has almost entirely disappeared and I shall
soon be able to go to work." Sold by druggists.
West it McConahey, Drnpglsts and Apothecaries,
Bank Building, Bridgeport, Ohio, also
Logan, List Co., Wholesale Agents, Wheel*
Ing, W. Va. rrnsAw
fHllliliilllllilllifi! nRPAT^MUiU
E ~^| REMEDY
IILJ fiHEUMATISM,;
j! ! 1* #1 GOUT, ,
| jlllljP"1'1''" "i SORENESS I
Illlllf'IIZII!!80RE thr?at' 1
II !f'']lll::||jP',|'l'y!|| BWmUHCW "
I. Jffl BPRAOW. '
FROSTED FEET J
I aatTH-so-a 1
II U ARB
IllWimFff I HOAL:Da>
HlJ GuitilBiiiljPai,
MCI TOOTH, EAR '
AmhpIH
W1W - 1 HEADACHE,
II i^HBk
IL- Jr\ ALL 0TBS& PAIHS
I ! I||||K|||)||1|| j AM
i^;)iiiiiw^ip^^wnw^| ACHsa
N? Pr*rmtit>? tn nrth t^iti |?t. Jicott Oti u ft tin, Itm.
?i?ri? ind riitif Ribml lUnwdj. Atrial ouilj t
bat th? Poaptrttlwly IrlRing Mrtlft ?f fln CWm. ib4 ?t?tt '
b? ?nif?rla| with ptln Ml Km pMitlT* rroof of
MMnnM M lutu umnra
mi n ?u immri am huiii i> iimitL .
A. VOQfcLER * 00. I
flnlllmorf, JT<I., RCii I
IHW APVlBTIgHHIMTt.
DOR RENT?FROM APRIL lar, 1881, ]
D Building No. 1120 Main street; tin. Vint htory
I Hot.& tad 35 fourteenth U/Mt, which U M by 44
mi, andean be divided toiultteoama Enquire of
IANB A BTALMAK1?. Ho. 15 Twelfth atreet. f?l
PRE8H GOODS.
2.00 Pounda Choice Turkey Prune*,
500 Pounds Fronth Prunu. 50 to a pound,
French Holland H err lay, Kuulaa Hardinae.
Prices moderate, at
C. BKHBKNS, ir.O Market Street.
N.B.?Agent (or Vienna Bauuge and CotapresMd
lyfONEY TO LOAN-$300 FOR FOUR
LtX to twelve month*; ffOO for four to twelve
uonthi: 1800 for one or three yearn; 960) for one
rear, 91,000 for one year; 13,000 for ooa to tvo years,
in first-class unluoumberad Boal Estate, or other sat*
factory BKurlty. Inquire of ALEXANDER BONK,
General Business Agent, 1818 Market street, "Cian;le'e
Block," Wheeling, W.Va. IU
gEALED PROPOSALS.
|3tt CLUx'a OrricK, \
wuuuau, nr. \a., Feb. , i8ii.;
Bcaled proposals will b? received at the office ol the
3Uy Clerk until Monday, February U, 1881, at 5
/clock p. m., for tbo lithtlog, deaalna, extinguish*
log and furnishing ?lcka, ofla. glatachimoeja, 4c., I
[or tbe oil lamps north of the creek, south of the
.reek and tbe oil lamps In tha Seventh waid far one
year, from March 1, 1881. Bids to bo addreaaed to
iho "Chairman of the Committee on Lights," tha
soiuuiittoe reserving tha right to rejcct any or all
^ft'g FBANK BOWBB*, City Clerk.
TO MERCHANTS, MANUFAOTUR?B3
AND OTHEUS.
Oa WEDNESDAY EVENING, February 9tfa?
there will be a meeting of the Merchants, Manufacturers
and otbera interested in the projeet cf holding a
jute Fair In tbia city in tha Fall. The meeting will
be held at 7:81 o'clock in the Court Home, sad the
matter freely dlacuued. A large Atendafioe 1? de?
lirable, tod II yoaareeolicitouioIaState FilrOrganl*
tatlen being eflecud you are hereby cordially invited
to be present.
Bookrt Campbell,
Fkank WKUJIU,
jos. bhudbl,
QUO. K. IlMULK.
fo8 Committee.
NEW ENGLAND
MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO,,
BOSTON, MASS.
CHARTERED 1835.
EXHIBIT
Oftha Business and Condition of the
Company .
JANUARY 1, 1881.
Preiuiuma ilcralvod 1880 fl.668,042 59
Intereit and Hooti 878,680 99
Paid (or J'enth Claimi 1879 9830,388 CO
Paid for Enduwmenta matured and dla*
rountcd *... 1410,431 00
rotal Auola December 81, 1870 918,578,397 82
Surplus nrer a'l Llabllllifi,
MauacbuiolU' HUndard, 4 percL 92,807,908 52
Hurplua over all LlabllltlM,
Pflnnij-lvanl* Standard, 4# perct 98,880,883 12
Market Valuaof Hcouritiei over coat upon
the Hooka o( the Company 91.378,026 17
BENJAMIN Fj.HTEVENS, President.
JOSEPH M. OIBBENS, Secretary.
MAR8T0N & WAKELIN, General Agents,
133 H.Fourth St., Philadelphia.
A. O. MA It TIN, Afl-ont.
(it New McLure Houie,)
fe7 WIBKMHO, W. VA.
FALL AND WINTER
stock: i
Having bought our itock ol
FANCY AND STAPLE WOOLENS
Both Foreign and Domestics, before the rlM
we therefore offer them at
OLD PRICES.
[)ther Woolens at Lowest flrst-claas Merchant
Tailors* Prices. We carry the
Largest Line of Goods In the City
ind oar Oet-Ups are First Class In every
reej>eot.
ALL WOOL KNIT JACKETS,
And a fall line of
Gents', Furnishing Goods
Persons desiring anvthing in onr line will
fad it to their interest to examine our stock
aefore purchasing elsewhere.
O. HESS Ac SON,
Cor. Milii and Fourteenth Sti,
nil
THERE IS NO ALUM
)r other hurtful auhatanee In Logan, Lilt A Co.'a
BXCELHIOR. BAKING POWDRB. It Is toadefrom
be purest matcrhli; mokes light tod wholesome
jreari, and i? acknowledged In m the bent Baking
Powder In the market. Ask for LOGAN, LIHr 4
20.'B EXCEL/HOB BAKING FOWDEB.
GOODS IN SEASON.
Thermometers, all kinds.
Chest Protector*, graduated.
Vaaeline Gold Cream.
Vaasellna Camphor Ice.
Vaaseline Toilet fioip.
Cosmoline Pomade.
Miller's Leather Preservative.
French Blacking-genuine.
For aale by
LOGAN, LIST A CO.,
Druggists, Bridge Corner.
rHEDESTinnssEsiiuiiniD
\ml the greatest variety of the most imnrored Hur[ical
Instruments, Sjrringta, Shoulder Braces. Ac.,
?o. Sold by
LOGAN, LIST A CO ,
Druggists, Bridge Corner.
jail
NEW BOOKS
AT THi
CITY BOOK STORE,
1301 Narkit Strut.
ProtreM tod Poverty, 10 Inquiry Into tin Monol
mltiflirlEl iteprmliD, Henry Own, ?<* p?",u
'inNr'oJVnic Ctnil Uueetlnn, flee r-Admlrtl Areaw.
100 p*8#*, 8 to.,do. 91 00. _
Holland nntj lti||Pwple, De Amlol* HIuttrftt?dt 408
*frm' LMMnRuwli, Lieutenant Greene, Wfl pefee,
'(Stilnee of 8t?le*lfl?totf, i, t? Hurit, 78
fiSV, luleiSnd^Mitort and literature, with recent
QTMilRfttlon, with map, Ift tno. do. 91 00.
A Replt to "A Pool* Kr rundi" ffra. 1* Roylll, of
he New York Bat, piror >9 centi.
i ll. .nil TlmH nt doe the, ll.rminn Otltora, t to.,
lolfc, MOpt|M,f!V>,
hkelth ot the Rihllctl Clnb of Bo.Ion, Mr*. J> P.
Knilutia imanw. mi, ? ten Ui New
fork Trlhune AlmioH, ltll, 19 cntt) CVorth
vlm.n.r, int. IS tent..
Anroltttabott ml br null, free of potlifa, on
ecelytefjrto. K.w boot, rt.llj, and ord.rte.nt
aur or flee timet eai>h week. Any book, pobltehed
SnlraM^pQbHtliut M?'1 '<Tenlt>'* tw*
Btnnton A Duronport,
Biokitllirt tad stitiMirt,
let Mo. 1M1 Market Street.
pHE FLAGS TO QO? ~=
11 too ire IB hurry for prlittef, It to
The Intelligencer Job ffoome.
rat mnM m.iMdittU im lu > trMH mUi
LSS1. 1SS1.
GEO. R.TAYLOR.
NEW EMBROIDERIES
J tut Received.
Our ?ntlf? Invoice of
Hamburg Edgings
HAMBURG INSERTIONS,
Hamburg Flouncings
For the spring and summer sales is
now open and ready for Inspection.
The ladlee are invited to call and see
the largest and best selected stock
or these goods we ever had.
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
JaW
DOLMANS,
CLOAKS
Walking Jackets
ULSTERS,
PUBS,
BLANKETS
?
AND ALL
WINTER GOODS
AT
HALF PRICE.
RRIIK A COFFER.
Jtt
SSTABLliUliib .1978.
Capital Dining Rooms
No, 19SA MARKET STREET.
The CAPITJ A U kmva Ur mi cur lor ibifime
II Me iraelrrd in fnfnlihlng ramttnenl amlt U til
* ho cell it idt hoOT-diternlfht.
Dtj Boerfm temamedtled en IIMnl Mat
Mills Sirvid it All Hurt.
MARTIN T.HORNTON, Proprietor.
flfl
G. MENDEL Jt CO
THE DUHL OF II ?ES!
la ouki room lot our
NEW GOODS
We will oiler our eatlra itock of
CARPETS AT COST
Our itock!? large end containsjome very Choice Fatterni In 1
Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels, Three Plies, Extra Supers and
Cotton Extra*.
In connection with our Carpet* Is
.A. FULL LUSTE OF' R/UG-S!
Consisting of Smyrna, Body Brussels, Velvets and Tapestry.
We cordially Invite the ptibllo to an inspection of our goods, feeling confident that if wo
are no favored we can nleaae all who call. *
G. MENDEL & CO.,
1124 ZMIAUST STREET.
UNDERTAKER'S NOTICE.
Mr. B. ZOOK, our undertaker, has removed from Fourteenth itreet to No. 1219 Bofl itreet, the flrit
houto l?low our furniture factory. He hu telephone communication direct to hla house and will answer
call* promptly at all bourn. The most careful attention will be glron to all eaeea of undertaking entrusted
to nlm. Pardee telephoning will pleaae call Mo. 0.
Jal8
POLLACK'S STANDARD TOBACCO.
^pITH ALL THE REQUIREMENTS OF LAW. ~ EVERY PEHSON IB CAUTIONE T
sllTBrf K^iMMIriTfvKtiTriTf I
j I
t i
Z NONEGENUINEmil/toitt y-l . ^ 1 y
my Signature:
^e^cucic^ani^^/not^edS^vae^y^
Augustus FoTZacfc.
,' Trade Mark tPahlmge patented.
"WARE HOUSE : "Water St. WIIEEIilNGiW.VA.
POLLACK'S STANDARD TOBACCO
18 HANDLED BY THE FOLLOWING CITY AND BRIDGEPORT
WHOLESALE HOUSES:
Meiiri. Brnnnum & Sors, Bridgeport,0. Meurt. I. A. Miller, Eiq., Wheeling.
". Baker 4. Alexander, ' Michael Rpllly, Esq., "
" Baer & Sons, Wheeling. " Rhodes k Co., Bridgeport, 0.
" Egerter & Co, " " Spledal k Co., Wheeling.
" Hubbard, Paullfc Co., Wheeling. " Simpson k Held, "
" Laughlln & Co., " " Smith. Jno.L. & Co., Wheeling.
" Maxwell k Isham, ? " N. Sobalti, Esq.,
" Nelll <l Elllngham, ?
THE SOVEREIGN FINE OUT
By Meaara. Joe. Speldel & Co., Mlohael Reltty, Esq., S. Bur k Bona, ind A. 0.
Egerter k Co.
niiOrffintiimtniriit, T%tinrt*amtutuna Mlii
arfe, MARCHAL & SMITH ORGAN CO.,
HHBH tw ??Mlin4?f?et fMaf*?torr?apiiMhMef,e?n*ll ihla NuUfyl (iriia. TO]Mbr< All 11
hl|h. 4 A looked loni. Mil J mm>, ft mutm, 1 ft .t-,.. 4 *H? or llrwl* rrWUU
EmMHh ttr dttrrtnltuM that urn n? ehall bar* an opprtami; to fat thl a naialBottit Organ. W?
UBnRB Ortlrr ? ?**? l?*|w?utli?mo??y *lth jM*bMk?r?nr r?|?n.iui? u>ctehuii,tobeMl4t?
MTaihliW naifOr?an la a?ii?faetorj,et to tw latum*! w> you 11 lh|?n la rrtnrnH is at.
lMgvS*ry*r Oani.the Only House In America '* ? /*'? i->tcr$ ort*n, ( ih>?/
MElUk.
new premium corn sheller,
tmnmi
"m'r!"' 181 \ j pt 0-lkuii,;7,- ,, n?.l^ j^es. ( "*
wi" lime* L"0* \ ^HllfcONf/.-ThB Up'en^aniteitfnd of tbe eorn eanb*
\iel-^"\ afielled Into one vessel, ami the body of Hip far Into anotbftf*
1% 'rZsi* whlclilain Immenseeottv tnlehce.aa many farmers plant only
mni'Bti fiftlili1 theeornfrotntlietnl<Mieof tiiprnr.
Every Fnrtner wants IhlaStii-ileffof shelling torn for fontA
YaSlJlJ M HraPfel fry# for meal, for aped,or for.an? similar purpose, no tuatitr
I. MS ss^k.. o
ftn? rnrairff t? b? ? ih?
^ /^J^^HrMUM*om*n<vw?ftr*tj.*anf the day. When ones Introduced nonthcrsmall
l^.i *> ^Hrii) sheller will be wanted, pe Mllwe thl; tobe the Best Hand Corn Rhellerew
w \ *z? psw, ?<
Jj i- ? #?Kriroiiar?i imp!rnicnw.1./ip?Tii-wni*iF.?m*rr,?naii nnnmnoi |p)T m, wi
1" ^ Ibi oblyiuj uuUciu v.^^rbru^^rf 'Tr'f SE-iri ?:'si;fnan. r^; ck i;:
8UILP1P8. OLAUK8M1TH8,
STEPHEN McOULLOUGH,
O , _ CARRIAGE MAKERS,
Carpenter and Builder.
AlUlwmiommMion ell bolMlcp, ??|. ?ajvbjhi,
I?yi, tttlllM" ?na MrolMi Mrtleoltrlj <llfnt1?-l lo,
SUM frentl rut In ?nj Horn tllirrd. IJMti, BUT yonr mppllMM
wrantm ind iMHInt llirt op on ihort notta. ill . __ _
?,M55 WU&B JACOB SNYDER'S
Rildtaw Wo. M, Wlp?u?nth ttmt, Jii24 1405 MllR 8l<
nutnffvniiK fipwtaltlGi? Psfkitii ind Wilkif Born
JJKICJKWUKK. Showi, PnttMm inii A. 0. Hoile Nilll M17
SwSSSS D. C.Lw.Ji.
aaurttmMMtr __ i .
HAMILTON & MoBRANAHAN, Fork Packer,
Ret. P fUNUlk n m Huklt MtMl, oca ? FOEBTEKNTH BTUR.
PHY POOPS.
DOLMAHISj
CLOAKS I
ULSTERS|
AND ;
Children's Cloaks!
Just opened. All the latest styles. Having J
made arrangement with one or the Largest \
Cloak Manufacturers in the East, we are .
able to offer to the trade the choicest, as well %
as the Best Made 8tock of Dolmans, Cloaks, c
Ulsters and Children's Cloaks and at less 4
Prices than ever offered in the citv. These J
goods are made exprwdy for ourselves. We |
only ask an examination of our stock before I
purchasing. i
DRESS GOODS!;
Our atock of Dran Qooda la unaauallir larga
and embracing all the LaUit Nurellioa
Brocades,
Brocatels,
Cachemera.
Silks,
Velvets,
Plaids,
Suitings,
Cloakings
Blankets,
Flannels,
Cassi meres, &c.
IDOZMHESTICS !
We are uttering all Domestics at Greatly
Reduced Price?, we are sole agents for tlie
West Va. Home Made Flannels In
Plain, Plaids and Stripes,
And Guaranteed the Greatest Bargains Ever
Offered in Wheeling,
CARPETS
To make room in our Carpet Department,
we will offer Special Bargains for the next
Thirty days.
Remember the Name and Num^r,
STONE & THOMAS,
1030 MAIN STREET.
EASTERN DDI GOODS STORE
M. K.&B.
Hamburg Embroideries,
Full Assortment of,
EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS,
FROM lc A YARD UP,
Spiolil Bargain! it 6, 8,10,121-2 and l6o.
TIipm roods nre guaranteed to be at leant
16 per cent under Jobbers' prices.
Pure Linen Damask Towels,
EXTRA LARGE,t(40i24) nl 20a
mil, KEIEDV it DUKE,
1110 Main street, Wheeling,
J *20
WHAT WE ARE SELLING
A.112 1-2 Ocntu.
' Wo are selling 25c Momle Cloth,
b desirable shades, at 121-2 cents.
We are selling 20s Jeans at 121-2
titmw*
We are selling 20c Towels at
121-2 cents.
We are selling the best Bleached
Hlutlln In the country at 121-2 cents.
And we are selling Table Linens,
Napkln'j and Towels at most remarkable
lr,w prices.
J. S. RHODES & CO.,
AgcntM for
BAZAR PATTERNS.
M .
Ui'llitt.
Only thirty daya nor remain lo cloed oat the Urf
atock ot Dry (looda, Notlona and Carpeta. Gooda tnuat
toaold, porltire hargalna, all peraona ahowld arall
themaelveaof thla opportunity. Great hargalna in
Black dahmere, Hummer Silks, Betnnanli * f Bl'.ck
811k, White Oooda, Table IJnen, Napklni, Laco Cartain*,
Black Caahmere Bhavli, Wool Bhatrl*, Crape
Valla, White and Coloted 'flannela, Caiatmarta, Bed
Qnllti, Glove*, Ho*iery,Fu.r*, lot of Paranoia tery
chwp. One lot of Calico Ilntainti at 4ft cenU per
yard.
Call aoon 1! you dcaire food Barfaloa and ebeap
Gooda,
HBNBY HOKMKIt,
' i Ko. uoi Mini m.
trustees' sales. f1
r
tnaarr, In the year 187S, recorded 4,l <i *
a land recordi of M*rtb?ll Count. I)5*
i dead oI tout book Ho. 3, loU?4M| I wSuJ^ *
ATUBDAY, mi 13th Dat or MaKCU.a. d. ll4,
it the front door of the Court UouM in ttt, <
Ihlll MUOlJ, W?l Vlflloll, cg?u,,i,A
'elock. a. u., proceed to Mil at Public a^.? '
be hlgkeat tad beat Wider, the following fife- ?
**1 ?Uto, or <o much thereofaa m??u, figg*
?7 the debtaecured by uld .lml. ( truit .
ccrued InUreet thereon and tha Mpfr.??0il,^
lading tha Truataa'a rommiaaion.that 1> u,
lOtae farm on which Urn aald Henry Kelu *
idea, formerly called tha Qulgley farm, i
id* aundrad aad forty-two acr??e, uior? or i~* <
leacrlbad aa followat Joining Samuel AiuRfi
Ait alda on NoTeialar iSih, 1M5, and at th.it '
nanUoned data Joining MUenheller'a uniheJL','*
tod Benjamin McMtcheu'a belra un th? a..U;h."?
md BUty'a on lha north, bain* thoia?eti*n
and of which Chariot K turpi* and wile gr*nufi?j
oureyed all thatr InUreet to tha add Henry K,h4. L
?y dead dated on thn 10th day of Howiabsr ?
md racoidad among tha public laud retards of' W I
ihall County, West Virginia, and of iwhich 1
I. Caldwell and WyUaf Oldham and wifeJSS I
ind conteyad to tha aald Hanry Keluoua ua I
ialf by daad datad on tho 2Qlhday ol Februuj.iE? I
md recaidod among add public Und nconta. 1
mother tract of land In aald county, bound* Z fij
leacribad aa follow Beginning at tie Junction ^
ibarp'a run with Bogg'i run, and with maau<l,:,3 1
*ld run north M?,eaat 3?h PojH auuth oi
jjlaa to a beech on the ilJe of the run, ana ll0 A|,
let, lftM. corner W John paTldwnj then^ ?n^ fc
ine, which waaon April lat, 1843. that oi uliD??7 fed
MD. touth 0? 46 polea to cbeatuir. (mtr. ( Jl
?eoga Sharp; thanca with what waa April in, !4m II
iharp'a Una 0? 62 pele? nerth to a atone In thr foeQ J
ibarp'a run; thence down the run with tbtut*., $91
lew north W po'aa, north 10?, eaatJlU
Iwgionlng, containing 11 acres. Siooda ?uj ^
polea. Alio, another tract of 'and in a id coum, qH
bounded and described aa follows: Bcglnnii mi
waa April lat, 1W3. lha juoutb of Vharp'e run.ahm
it thau fall into tha tall ruco of tha?*w-iuii(,t(jn;
17 ' weat'iu polca to a atone In the mldulu ?.( k,,. .
run oproalte a a/camore tiao; thence having rut
Muth Ma, weat 3ik polea to a laaniua white uk 2
the fence on tba brnch near (be top of th* ht:
ihyniw with (enco aouth 21?. fuat i.olta in 1 ?...
Mir, south 40', MS' 14 polea to a hickory; ih?u.
loutb 24?, weat 18 poles to a stump 0 fiwt lortkolt
leaning white oak, south 80?, wut 0 pol,, ,(4
large white oak at hunt of drain;
down drain aouth 88J past 17 polus to ih? fj||, u
Sharp's run; thcnco duvn said run north Ts ,(tr
2l\t nolM to lorks of the ruu; thcnco ui.rlh it,
20 poles; thcnco north MP, eaat fi polrs; thence non*
8k.0, eaal 20 poles to th?? plico of beginning, t0UUjt.
log 10 screi, 1 rood and 21 perclie*, the two inn,,;
land last mentioned Iwlnu the taiue jjranu d aid UL;
veyrd to the said Henry Kelts nr H.-njuutlD .v(.
Mecbtn. bjr deed dated April let, 18M. and
among tne public land records el aald couuy,Id d?j
book No 10, page 171.
Tanua oy Silk -Una-third of the purcha>? mow r
or suoh greater amount thereof as t^e purcluw mj
ltd to pay, caahln hand, the rtaldun lu twowmi
yearly paymenta, with interest from day o( ulr, m
the deferred pay menu to beaecured by dc*d ol trim
on the property arid.
ja81 GEO. H. CALDWKLL,
Trini.y,
AMUSEMENTS. ^ ?
OPEHAHOUSK.
Friday and Saturday, Feb. II and 12,
AND
Ladlci' Grind Matinee Saturday.
TWO Brilliant and Famous Artiati,
Mr.F.B. and 11 EN UI ETTA
CHANFRAU!
Supported by Tayleure's Company.
Friduy orenlng, Feb, 11, tbo a eir ami i iuotloul
drain*. expreiily adaptoi by 0. W. Tayleure (r.u
(ho French,
MYSTERIES OF PARIS.
Maria Henrlelt# Cbmlng
Haturday MATINEE, it 'J p. u., (bo origiuil tu.
iluu of
EAST LYWNE.
Lady Isabel Henrietta Chinlm
Saturday night. Feb. 12, at 8 o'clock, the (iiukui
American conflo drama,
KIT* the Arkanaoa Trftvollor.
Kit Redding Mr. y. 8. Cbiolm
Matinee Prioei?fO nod 25 rents.
Evening l'ricer-Generaladuiiaiion 7ft mnl ?ormti.
Keifrved Heali75 rents; on aile at F. W. lUumn't
tuuiic itore. Halt tu commcneo WedueMUjr, ??b.
ruary 9, at 8 a. m. ft?
OPERA IIP I (sG.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
Monday and Tueiday, Feb. 7 4,8.
EK-0HQANI7.E1) AND ENLARQKU.
Barlow, Wilson,
Primrose & West's
MAMMOTH
MINSTRELS!
D.. W.. P. AW.. Bolo J'ronrielott.
H. J. OLA.PHAM, - Milliner.
The Largest and Most Complete Orgmliitlon
In Amrrloa.
40 PJCKlTOltMKKS, 10
Every Feature New! Cuetomiry Prion!
Admlulon 75 and 50 cent*. No extra chaw !"
leeerred aeita. 8o*ta on file it F. W. H*unw'i
muiic (tore; ulo to oomtuenco Thuraday, Fe'rwff
8rd.itBi.tn. M,
GENERAL NOTICES.
^JOTICE.
Tho undersigned hating comnienc.cd Hip WIiOhj!#
Notion Hualneu nt 1811 Mali* air-ct. wo'ildrall ih?
attention of raerchinta to their Full Block of urn*
thing In the line*. Including Notion*, Faner (fo-k
Oenta'Furnlihlng Oooda, btaUonu; indlojr.iw
aollclt i a hire of their trade.
fbanectfully,
fel HAZLHTT, WHFAT A llAY^
riux NOTICE.
FiiRsiFf's Ornrnt, 1210 Ciimtwi St.
OPEN FB041 8 O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 9
O'CLOCK P. M.
All peraona Indebted to mo for taxea inuit nil it
the old Bherlfl'a Office ina aetlle promptly.
For the further convenience of the*" who eincoi
apare tho time during the diy, I will ke*p tbeolma
open until B o'clock p. m.
Unlen you give thla lut notice atlcnt'on, I will
, proceed to enforte the Iiw. which will In rotny uvi
add coata more thin the lix bill, All M?ltt?and
claim. will tr? prawated to me u usiml.
IIEO, II. TIMII.fi,
fit Et.Hhunn llhl.i l-iinlr.
OOWWIB8ION MEROHANTS.
13. IJA.VJKI>'l'OUT'
(UUol LIST, DAVKNPOItT A TABKB, WMUll,
Wait Virginia,)
General Commission,
Provlilonn, Grain, Flour, Seeds, Checie.EtO,,
KO.lMLABAU-BStBKKT,^
13. DAVENPOKT.
Member of the ChicagoHoard of Trade, m-l
ented In Wheeling, Weet Virginia, l>7
JAMES L. HAWLEY.
. Ordere executed for future dellrery of GRAIN ?m
PBOVIMIONH for caeh, or on margins.
For particulars and quotatloni Inquire of
JAMES L. HAWLEY,
1<20 Main ?!!*< _
JOHN M. UOON * CO.,
^ WIIKEIAINM, W. VA.
We buy end ??ll on Commission for or on
martin Mil drain and Frovialone dealt In l?y
ChlAgo Board of Trade. Direct telegraphic "'na.0'
Dloatlon between our efflce end the Beard of ltw?
Prompt market report*. Chicago CorrMpomW/i.
CTattgwjiat'jk f>>.. 7* U Hoiiiw tr~t. ' TJ
QLOTHE8 WRINGERS.
Ruder, should yoti wlih to purchase sClotW
Wringer, bear In mind the
Eaale Clothes Wrinaer.
?im M1UAM.8 iron PHam, "inrir m
, *io? wnngM, I
world. The WrlnVtr ?nf 28?.liliflh,* tlullhI
rtqalri. !? " "iSfrta,1^ inr !S Wr? ,,,r1n r',,f I
wrlnfrr kaown'o Vil? i?1j '* * Iodjjm linn inf
rhaMd it MI* Mir!.. J!?: aJl? pin ?>' * i I
Of II .On InililllfnVnta fiV ? i hw!"',f? fnr I
w#ek/ n?i?umenll of |j down nnd 10 eenl?/*r
JJ" M. J, RHEKs"
#0, M Vonrfmlb SlrMl,
rtUMb;'"' l'lmn" hl' lh" I" ?? I* I
TBLBPUOItJB
"JM ptrl ol th? rttr or nelrhtoTlng town* rail
O Ha. g." mi" M
J^RANK N. WIt.OOX,
ARCHITECT & SUPERINTENDENT, I
/Franklin In?nr?nw Company'* Btilldlr.ft Twelfth
WLLHKAD8, LETTER HEADS,dc.- I
X) For ae?t Bill IfMdi. Utter Hwdi, Koto ffnii
Ofefdi, 4?? to H lh? D?1!t IntMMrrowr Job PCW>,

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