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I STEAMBOATS
ForPlttiiburgh?Tlie Steamer
Market Bey.
.rr?fcWM. POKTHH Master.
B. BUXTT. Clerk.
Will leave Wheeling for Plttsbnrgb
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at ? !
o'clock a. *.
leaves Pittsburgh on Tuesdays, Thnrs? I
davs. and Saturdays, at 12 m..
For freight or passage, apply to C. H.
liooth's boat store, or JOhn Crwckard, on I
me wharf boat. nolOh
transportation.
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Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co.
- M ; . ' J .?4 J
ON AND AFTER DECEMBER 27th,
1K75, Passenger Tralus will run as follows,
Wheeling tune:
KA N7 liO VXD 1KA1X8.
~ Nol., No~57j No' 7~N<T?
LEAVES. P. M. A. W.A. M. A. M.
V heeling Star. t?nkV 6:40 9:15
ARRIVES AT P. M. P. M.
llran?u._? 9:45 IjOU ll:4tt 5:50
A. M.f P. M.1
Keyser 1:10 4:19 824j~.._.
Cumberland 2:00. 4:jo 4?S?
Xarllnsburg 1:30 "aWi. .........
Washington City..., 7:20 9:25|...._.. ......
S:K> 10:Y>'
I\ M. A. M.
Philadelphia 15201 2:?
New York , 6ila|
Son. I and 5 dally. Nos. 7 and <3 dally
except Sunday.
No. 4 1 mixed train, and will atop at all
si.in.in iwccn Whirling and (iruitoli.
WKXTHOUSD 1 RA1S&,
No 2 No UNo S
1.KAVI A. M. A. M. P. M.
Wheeling 4:ou 7:4j 251)
AKKIVE AT
Zanesvllle ...... 7:50 11:35 6:05
P. M.
Newark <S-A5 1 5?k 7 5)0
Coluin ......' 9:V? 2:4o 1)5)0
P. M. A. M.
Cincinnati 2:50 8:W 4:40
11 ufn mi a polis... .? ti:i>0 11:26 05)0
,A. JI..P. M.
St. Lonls Srlt?- 1:80
p. m. p. >1. a. >i.
Sandusky.. 1516 0:?r
Ik-fiance 2:5ii 0:55 1:55
Toledo 4:50 4>5v> .........
t J
1 letrolt 105>O
A. M A. M
Chicago 0:;*) 9 5ai 95)jJ
Nos. 2. and 0 daily, No. ti, daily, except
Sunday.
East bound trains make connections at
Baltimore with trains for Philadelphia,
New York and Boston. At Washington
Citv tor all points South.
West bound trains make direct connections
tor ull points West and Northwest.
Pullman Palace Carson all night trains.
Pullman sleeper runs on No. t> from
Wheeling to Chicago.
I 41 HEELISU PITTSH UHGH AS I) HA //11
MORE VI Via/OS.
kast?lka v ks. wk.it?lkavks,
'WhHIUK Washington Pa.,
daily at .....7 :55a. m. dally hi 5:10A.m. |
Wheeling " Washington, Pa., j
dally at 4:25 p.m. daily at l:25e. m. |
Sundays excepted. i^Hnuuays exoepted. j
Tickets to all principal points can he
procured at the ticket ottlce at the Depot.
THUS. K. SHARP,
Masterot Transportation.
K. T. DMVKliSS, General Agent, Wheelins.
dc27
Cieveiaud & Pittsburgh R. R. I
CONDENSED TIME CAKIX
m m* raMsaac
tiQ 7?: tf'J
ON AND AFTER NOV. 21, 1*75, TBAIN8
will ruu Daily, (exceptSunday,)as follows,
vix:
alvom'o' MAlt.. KXPKK88. j
I.KA V h.
Belialr?* iI-Ma. i <:>Ua.m 2:15 P.m. I
lirulg. <>:2c ' I: :CU " 1 2:56 44
Martin s Kerry I il;ns " I .isiS "
ljt limiiK" *' Hi'17 "
Hleill>el>\It.e .. 7:21 12:1)3P. m. 3:56 "
Wellsvlllr s:.f?i " I :o5 ? 5:15 "
Koch ester ' "Ml " 2:30 " 6:o5 "
l'ltlsl>ugli_ lu:.lo " t
akk1vk.
Pittsburgh J In ::t"> " " 7:10 "
Allooua 5:.Vip.M 0:10 " 11:50 "
Harrisburg 11:05 4* 2:10 a.m. 1:15 a.m.
Baltimore. ! 7:55 " 7::15 "
Washington... ' * t?:u2 " , H:ir2 "
Philadelphia.... H:10a.m 7rou " | 7:35 "
JNew York 6:50 " 1?:I0 ' |J0:25 "
Boston I.TXIH.M KJDC. JI. K.-U.-I f.v. I
Allium'** I2:.fi " . 5:30 "
Kawnna 1:17 " H-JtO "
Hudson 1 ;.">*? " | ' i
Clevflaiul 2:.V> " j 7:;16 " ;
ft. Wayni' 12:f?A.M 2:ritiA.M.
Chicago ii:Ju " ' ti:35 "
Accommodation train leaves BeJlalre at
j'. m., ami arrives at Steubeuville at
6ru"? p. m.
sp.*:ial Accoiiiii.oU itioii trains leave
Bell*ire at a. la., and 12:j() p. in.;
Kridgcimri !u :u3 a. in. and 1 :liO p. iu; arrive
at .Martin's Keriy m 1ii:I3h. ill. and 1:13 p.
in. Iteluriiing ienve .Martin's Kerry at
11: xi a. in., ami :>:ln |>. in.; Bridgeport 11 :K)
a. in., and tsiip. m.: arrive at Bellairc at
11 :.V> a. in., and .IS<3 p. in.
rickets i*> *jj princip'l points In tlie
Km*i and H'i?i i in la- procured at the
I: nion Til l. I i i|!iri' in Mel.ure House, and
at the slat ion u! Hi i*igc|Hirt.
K. K. MYKltH,
nov'J7 Hi mral 1'ass. inter A Ticket Agent
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Men's Kip
afel? Hoys' Hoots,
Cwf vj You t lis' III Hits
^ < 'iiildreiis Boots
rajKtScS / s N. I'rlri'itn Nnll
Tw^o? *l imes.
Also Chlldfjl
rens and Misses
Shoes.with profQ&O
lection toes.
\ ,Lj We liuaranSjFi
lee all our
_ ? - Work.
| ^ Sell no Shoddy
Woods, fall at
O'KAKKit: IMTIXE'S.
net9 Xo. A4 Twell'tli SI. I
RAILROAD TICKETS
Bought, Sold find Kxchangod to all poitita
Ka.st and West, at
n. jPiiAisrii's
CLOTHING HALL,
Twelfth Street.
Vllighust prices paid. Jy6
Gorcloti'si Food
? roil HOUSES
\ \ > I VI'ITE!
llreat Economical Ki-cd for Stock, Keduces
Cost of Feeding Oiie-lourtli,
Secures Wood Appetite, I'erfeets
ingestion. Clean skin. Wlessy
foal, Bright K\ ok,
'Health,Hong Hite.and
He re t o to r e 1*11known
Vigor.
In use hy priii el pal Horse Igil'roattn in
I'tiiiiulelphia, Baltimore. New York and
H'ltslmrgti, and hy all who valne speed,
I leant y and health ill I heir horses.
<iKKAT.1t WOKIHtN* A fO .
Patentees ami Manilfaeturers. Philadelphia,
New Yoik, l'ittsnurgh, Chicago.
A "cuts for West Virginia,
II A.> III t \ <t >111.1.I K.
?lec ti)gevh 1&J2 Main St.. Wheeling.
Carpets and Oilcloths
/\ 1
G. MENDEL, BOOTH & CO S.
j*n27
FIS H.
?"> Hall bbls. Iresli No. 1 Mdnkfrel.
.VI " " ' N<>. 2 "
ft) ' ? " No. 3
10 Bids. frenh No. 2 Mackerel.
10 ? " . No. S H
20 " " Labrador Herring,
i list received ami lor sale by
Ueel M. RRII.I.f.
JjE i. (ton P?r Joy Rt home. Terms
t[>0 10 &ZU iron. Address. C STIN.SON
.CO., 1'ortlMtid, klaiuo )au21oe
#
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Terms, by Maiil, In Advance.
DAILY BEQISTBB.
'S
PubllHhed every Tuwlay, Thursday and
Hatnrday.
One copy. 1 rr...9t 00I One copy.B moe.<2 00
WJUBiLLY BBQ18T1IB.
One copy, I yr...12 001 rtve coplea.l yr$ 9 00
One^c?^>y^^rrio?M^0Mren^oplM^yr^lH00
r ates~oFadVertisinc
IN
THE DAILY REGISTER.
Onesquare?% inch spaoe.
One time ,...9 75 I Oue month?9 6 00
Two times....?.. 1 96 I Three months. 12 00
One week 2 30 (One year 25 00
One square changeable once a week 960.
Bpectal Notices 95 pee cent addltloual.
Advertisements to occupy fixed places 25
p?v cent additional.
Cuts will be charged double for space
occupied.
Double column advertisements, 60 per
cent additional.
Local Notices 15 oefits per line?but no
local notice will be inserted far lent thitu okk
dollar.
All advertisement*, except for established
business houses,must be paid for in advance.
All bills due on the first appearance ol
ball, HX1Q Will nuuiiru tiuruij , iicioxi
the animal's head, put out tho tongue
and crowd the ball as far down the throat
us possible. In fifteen minutes it will
cause sickness and vomiting, relaxing the
muscles, so that the potato, or whatever
may be choking it, will be thrown up.
j. h j.
Dryino Sweet corn.?Mrs. L. L.
French, of ltichtield Springs, sends us a
sample of dried sweet corn, and says that
with her moue of drying it. she never has
any difficulty of keeping it until it is eaten
up. 1 he cprn sent was very, dry, and
would evidently keep an indefinite time.
The following is tho process of drying;
The corn is gathered at the most suitable
state for boiling, not too old not too
green; a thin slice is taken oft all around
the outside of the ears with a sharp knife,
taking off as little as possible, yet cutting
tho top of from every kernel. Then with
the back of the knife the ears are scraped,
taking out all the inside of the kernels
and leaving the skins and hulls on
the cobs. The milky mass is then spread
on plates, and dried in a quick oven, but
not so hot as to scorch it. After it is
nearly dried, it is put into thin muslin
bags and bung up around tho stove until
thoroughly dry. In order to keep it
over summer it is put into muslin bags,
and these are covered with paper, pasted,
not tied, so that no insects can get in.
Impeachment ?fTreasurer Itiirdett.
We publish on our first page an account
of the conclusion of tho trial of
State Treasurer John 8. Burdett, by
which it will be seen that he was found
guilty of two counts in the charges, innocent
of one and the others Were abandoned.
The Ukoister, from which we
copy this report, makes some very proper
remarks in regard to the loose practicos
that-have crept in among the public officers
since llepublieauism has had the control
ol the country and^which tho Democrats
are determined to correct 80 lar as
w..., ?ii twi'lt to a ricrul
discharge of their duties. Air. Burdott
violated no law, and. the State lost no
ruoueyx but ho was found guilty of using
tho State s money lor his personal peeniary
benefit, though it was not done indirectly.
Tho Court of Impeachment whs
so well convinced that ho intended no
criinootolfon.se, that it inllictod upon
hiiu the lightest punishment possible, by
simply removing him lroiu office, without
disqualifying him from hereafter
holding offices of honor and profit, as they
had tho*power to do. Air. Burdett can
now appeal from tho Senate to the people,
if he chooses.
Wo regret that Mr. Burdett has had
tho misfortune to be the first man impeached
in our State, for a rather intimate
acquaintance of a number of years had
learned u? to like his good qualities. But
the rigid virtuo of the Democratic Court
accomplished it and however harshly the
blow tails upon him, it shows to the world
that tho Democratic party will not permit
any imitation of Republican frauds, even
to too extent of irregularities; and the
example will have a tendency to make
all officials exceedingly careful, which is
greatly to be desired in these days of official
corruption. The offense of Mr. Burdett
is not greater than receiving houses
and horses, and almost everything olse,
which Gen. Gram has done a hundred
i times and the Kapublicaas who are now
gloating over Mr. Burdett's impeachment
J never said a word about them. We suppose
they aie so much delighted because
they think they can now say the Democrats
are no bettor than they are, but
they are mistaken.
This action of the Democratic Senato
?there are only four Republicans in that
Ix'dy and it required a two-thirds vote to
impeach?tells the people plainly that it
will not permit its officers to rest under
I even a suspicion of improper conduct.
I That in ail matters they must be liko
| Cesar's w'le, above suspicion. It was
( this strictness that kept tho Democrats
from perpertrating such frauds as the
; 1 crooked whisky" rings. Sanborn (.Tontracts,
Credit Alobi.ler, ?.Vc., that bavo
j disgraced the present national gotem1
ment. The Democratic party is nobly
acquitted of so much as winking at anything
that boars the resemblance of irrogI
.?i..- *iaa nv..n ?Fairmont Index.
, ttiai mvc| v? v?. ? - ^
Tiikric are two words in tho Knglish
[ language that contain all the rowels in
regular succession, and if a person is willI
ing to Jive abstemiously, and not regard
' th s statement facetiously, he will see
; what the words are.
^ [ b
An exchange says, that amid the gen|
end reduction of wages in these times,
there is one thing whose wages is not in
the least reduced, and that is sin.
"Ri.aint: used to be a professor ol
mathematics." This will perhaps explain
why he cuts such a "figure" in CoDgress
Can Indies with enamelled faces 1h? said
to belong to polished society?
lie atlVC! UHQIUCUVi r
Bills with retftilar advertisers rendered
quarterly. .
Yearly advertisers will be confined to
their legitimate business, and all advertisements
not oonueoted with it will be
charged for at our regular rates.
DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
Hot Slav.?Butler the size of an egg,
halt a cup of milk, yellows of two eggs,
teaspoonful of salt, one-fourth of a teaspoon
ful of pepper, small level teaspoonful
of dry mustard, and three teaspoonfuls
of vinegar. Put the butter into the
skillet with the line cut cabbage, add the
other ingredients and stir all the time
until the cabbage heats well through.
3. i. m.
In baking buckwheat and other griddle-cake*.
a piece of suet as a "greaser" is
by many thought to bo almost indispensable.
Those who aro of this opinion will,
on trial, soon learn that a turnip divided
in two, answers the same or a better purpose,
as the odor?tho most unpleasant
part of cake-baking?comes from tho
greaser in contact with tho hot iron,,
whereas with the turnip very little of
this is perceptible.
Cuoked Oattlk?The folllowing recipe
should be printed at least twice every
year as it is a sure remedy: Take of
fine-cut chewing tobacco enough to make
a bail as largo as a hon's egg, dampen it
with molasses so it can be pressed into a
5Lt*ll?*3 Aim iuuucuvcs miivii utv< wuv wseutial
elements of the mighty future; to
hear statesmen thunder in the .Senate
and in the House; to see the President
receive foreign ministers, Spotted Tail,
George Washington Childs and Dick
Harrington; and to behold Boss Shepherd's
marvellous wealth grow isometric
with tho debt of the District, were, to
him, as the poet says, a desire and an attainment.
He lound living in Washington
by no means so expensive as he generally
supposed. True, tho President
requires $50,000 per annum, and perqui
sites of about $50,000 more for his yearly
visit to his furnished mansion* a member
of Congress ekes existence on $5,000; a
govornn.out clerk lives effeminately on
$1,500 and Boss Sheptiard, whom honest
, toil has taught frugality, spends, perI
haps, not more than $80,000 per
annum. Our hero boing neither
a member, clerk, nor Boss, found
that he could eat, sleep, and wear clothes,
comfortably, and even respectably, for
about $7U0 a year. This left him little
margin lor theatre tickets, but in lieu of
tragedy, he sought a seat in tho Senato
" * i:-? 1 Hnlinu
gHiirry nnu nsicnru w iuu ^i vuv uv??v
at<?r of historic fiction detail the horrors
that lived in his somhre imagination, and
which his tropical fancy located in the
provinces of Mississippi and Louisiana.
These entertainnicots ho found quite as
thrilling as anything in the Greek drama,
and if the delineations wqre wanting ia
a certain air of reality, such as is found
for instance in the "Antigone" of Sophocles,
or the writings of Jfaron Munchausen,
and which is due to the absence of
the unities of time, place, and probability,
the speaker endeavored to make
amends by frequency of iteration.
"Tis sad hut true that intimate acquaintance
is not-the atmosphere of hero
worship; it surely lessens our admiration
for some of our "truly great" men, hut
then there is compensaiiou in the fact
that wo become acquainted with those
who, though little known, have all
the attributes of greatness. For instance,
our friend saw a Senator from
Alabama whoso greatness had not been
heralded. He was very little known, indeed
scarcely known to exist, (except by
those for whom he mixed drinks in a
New York bar room), until ho took his
seat in tiio highest legislative body in
this hemisphere. And yet who will deny
to this man, whose modest worth has not
been blazoned, such attributes of greatness
as representing, in the United States
Senate, the great party of progress and
moral ideas? Hi9 vote cancels Thurnian'sl
His companions arc pimps und
blacklegs; but it will be difficult, in looking
oiur the lilcs of the daily papers, to
find ofio that does not contain the announcement
that this worthy gentleman
has called upon the IVcsidcnt. Our
neophito was well aware that the hackneyed
quotation: "no man is a hero to
his rulrl, ' lias been answered by the oh
solvation that no vulet is capable of
measuring a here, but, it puzzled him
long to understand why tho great party
that had been represented by Seward,
Sumner, Chase and Wilson, now so frequently
chase its heroes Iroui among the
valetn.
1 may in tho future give other episodes
from the experience of this young man,
who, though bo looks at tho world spectacularly,
sees deeper than the trappings
of the pageant. It will not be unprofitable,
in this one hundredth year, to study
the influence of certain political phases
on the rising generation.
m a ^
"Ko?liice or Itnat."
Detroit Free Pres.
Ho had been telling her for weeks past
that times were light, money scarce,
bankruptcy stalking abroad through the
land, and so forth, und she had consented
to the discharge of the nurse girl, and up
stairs girl, and had wheedled tho cook
into doing general house work. That
wasn t enough. He came home one
night and said he was going to discharge
the hostler; that money had gone up to
30 per cent; that ho couldn't afford to
carry his life insurance any longer; that
she mustn't ask for any more new clothes
for a year. Sho went over the house and
pinched expenses down again, and things
ran along until the other day, when ho
remarked:
' V.Ve've got to reduce still further or
j bust!"
, She whs pondering over his remarks
late that evening wben he came Home.
! He was so long getting his overcoat otl
I that she went to the hall. lie gave the
! overcoat an awful jerk just then and fell
| over.
' What on ea-th ails you!" she exi
claimed, as she tried to help him up.
"Nozzing," he replied.
As he got up she peered into his faoo,
The fact was as plain as if it had been
written on a whitewashed tence with
| "colored" tar.
"You are drunk!" 6hesaidjis she drew
back.
He gazed at her without replying.
"Here you've boeu yelling 'reduce! reduce!
all winter, and while 1 am trying
to reduce you go and get drank! You'd
i better reduce your whisky!"
"Yi said any zing bout rejuce?" he
asked.
"Yea, you have!"
j "Whaz want rejuce for!"
! "Only to-day yon said- we'd either gol
j to reduce or bust."
I "Di say zat?
r I "Yes, you did.''
"V\ ell, ju rejuce?-'
. j "No; bow could 1? '
. i "Zen didn't I bust? 1
I She laid him on the lounge and went
[ j off to bod, and yesterday she was. adverj
Using for *n up-stairs girl and a nurse.
ggsgaawg
LK1TXB.
H'bat a Tonng Han from the Coan
try Hoe* la Waabiayton.
Washi?6TO*, February 7.
From our regular correspondent.
Life is thick with illusion*; experience
is strewn with delusions, and all are
crowded in Washington.
A (few years ago a youth from the
country made his irst visit to the National
Capita). Ho was trash from out
somewhat rhapsodic school histories ol
the United States, and toll of the buncombe
spirit of the Fourth of July* H?
gazed upon the daubs of revolutionary
and historic scenes in the rotunda of tb?
Capitol, with something of the adoration
of a savage for the sun. These pictures,
' The Landing ot the .Pilgrims,"
"The surrender of Lord Cornwallis," etc.,
have been reproduced on our national
currency, and it is hoped the reader may
be able, it be lilces, to rerresn nis memory
from his pocket.
But, to return to our hero, he waa
young and enthusiastic then; had it not
been lor the presence of a friend, youngor
in years, but older in cynicism, and some
young ladies who were dividing their
silent admiration between him and the
Eicture of "The marriage of Pocahontas,"
is patriotic emotion would have overflowed
at bis eyes. His visit lasted for
three days, during which he was almost
alone in reverential reverie amid the
grand architectural monuments of this
city, which excel anything in Europe in
proportionate expense. Congress was
not in session; the President was not in
the White House; Boss Shepherd was
working at the plumbers trade; the
country seemed to bo recovering from
the war; the month was May; there was
much to inspire patriotic hope. Just
about this time the party of "progress
and moral ideas" was sending such mis*
sionaries as Spencer, West, Patterson arid
Moses, with their little satchels, to the
cotton States 1
Experience will, of itself, relieve a
man of much Fourth of July etiervescence;
experience at the National Capital
will relieve him very soon.
This young man was consumed with a
desire to live in Washington, amid the
??J oi?a tKn XMi
IAILY
t- ~~rowKy.~ 1
capital, 200,000 j
JOHN EL. BOTSFORD. Prexuiei^,
GEO. ADAMS. Flee President.
M. A. CHANDLER, CaxMer.
5 Bank of the Ohio Valley,
, Successor to
. THE F1R8T NATIONAL BANK
OP WHEELING.
' This Bank Is orgrnlzed and prepared to
' transact the boalaeu <ft banking In all Its
i details.
It aaooeeds the First National Bank ol
Wheeling; la owned by the same share>
holders, and la under the same manage
ment.
By carefully regarding the interests ofita
correspondents ana depositors, hum uj ? ,
prompt and faithful execution of their
wishes, it hopes to merit their en teem and
confidence.
Notes and Bills discounted.
Collections made on all points throughout
the United Slates.
Deposit accounts subject to check at
sight, received from banks, banker^ firms,
corporations and Individuals.
Certificates of deposit Issued payable on
demand, or at fixed dates.
Interest allowed on special deposits.
directors:
John K. Hots ford W*. B. Simpson.
Jacob 8. Rhodes, W*. A. Turner,
George Adams, John L. Hobbs,
Geo. W. Fkanzhkim, 0. c. Dewey,
Henry m. Harper, my?I
THE PEOPLE'S BANK.
Office, No. 1200, Main St.,
WHEELING, W. Vi.
Money received on deposit, interest
paid on .Special Deposits, Note
and Bills Discounted, Exchange bough
and sold, Collections at home or from
abroad promptly attended to.
directors:
John Rkid, Christian Hers,
John Handlan, )John Vockler,
Samuel, J. Boyd, Richard Carter,
Andrew Wilson, John P. Truscukl,
Thomas O'Brien.
JOHN REID, President,
JOSIAH F. UPDEGRAFF. Cashier. Jul
TH E C ITY BANK.
(Individual Liability
Is prepared to conduit all Business
appertaining to Banking.
Deals In Billsof Exchange,Uulted States.
State and County Bonds, Oold Coin, ana
Negotiable Securities, ut fair rates.
Notes and Bills of Exchange discounted.
Collections made for Merchants, Manufacturers,
Banks, Bankers, and others, on
all ucospsible points in the Uulted suites
and (.Auada.
Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on all
the principal Cities and Towns in Germany,
Great Britain uud Ireland.
Deposits Solicited. Interest allowed on
Special Deposits.
R. CRANGLE, President,
J. DALZELL, Vice PrexuieiU,
H. CRANGLE Cashier. feb.l
D. C. LIST, JOSEPH SKY HOLD,
HENRY K. LIST, GUWO.N LAM It,
WM. A. LIST, HARRY W. LIST.
BANK OF ^WHEELING,
WHEELING, W. VA.
CAPITAL, .... 8100,000
Sl'M'U liolderM Personally Liable
MUtl it, presenl lug over 8500,000.
Receives deposits and Discounts
Paper.
Denis in Gold, Silver, tin and
Sterling Exchange.
Sells drafts on England, Ireland, France,
Germany and other prominent parts ot
Europe.
Buys and sells Government, State, City
and Railroad Bonds.
Interest paid tin Special Deposits.
Special attention given to collections.
I). C. LIST, President,
G. LAMB, Cashier,
JOS. SKY HOLD, Assistant Cashier.
1aul5 _
NATIONAL BANK.
OK WEST VIRGINIA.
capita i., .... 9300,000
Money received on deposit, interest
paid oil Special IVpiwIlii, Notes
mid Hills discounted,Exchange Koustlt and
Sold Collections made on all points and
proceeds promptly remitted.
DIRECTORS:
CrispinOoi.kbay, Thomas Ilconics,
Miciikal kkm.i.y, Dk. a. s. TODO,
Akthith Litti-k, J. K. Hubbard,
R. W. 11 azi.KTT, m. Pollock,
James Maxwkm.
CRISPIN OGLEBAY, President,
JOHN WAUNKH, Oauduer
COMMERCIAL BANK.
Office, No. 1303, Main St.
CAPITAL, .... 9100,000
INTEREST ALT/OWED ON SPECIAL
Deposit*, Collections mode and proneeds
promptly reiuiUed. Accounts ol
Merchants and others solicited.
DIRECTORS:
Twos. II. List, W.T. Ilnitr,
U. J. Smytii, J. Louis Htikkl,
J, C. Thomas, W A. Wilson,
C. II. Booth.
THOS H. LIST, President.
J. L. SITKKU Vies PtrsvleiU.
S. P. HJLDKKTH. Cti.ihi.-r. JanU
This standard article is compounded
with the greatest care.
Its otrecta !*'e as wonderful and
as satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to
its youthful color.
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff1. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and
making the hair grow thick and
strong.
Asa dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Ilayes, M. 1)., Suite Assurer
of Massachusetts, says. ? The
constituents are pure, and carefully j
selected for excellent quality; and
I consider it the Best Preparation
j for its intended purposes."
Price. One Dollar.
Buckingham's Dye
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may he
relied on to change the color of the 1
beard from gray or any other undesirable
shade, to brown or black,
! at discretion. It is easily applied,
bdng in one preparation, and quickI
ly and effectually produces a perl
raanent color, which will neither ,
rub nor wash off.
I
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA, N. H.
Ccii t" ill :Is Wihr.y.i.
DeROY & WE1LER,
PAWN BROKERS,
. 1304 Market St.LWheeIIng, W, Ya.
MONEY LOANED UN
Gold and Silver Watches,
{ Diamonds, I-adles and Gents' Jewelry oT
' all kinds, Gnns, Pistols, Clothing and
| everything else ol value.
I'nredeemed goods always nu hand ami
t tor sale at abont half Its value. JaJlsb
We give notice that all goods In |?awn
with us will heboid within three days, un*
| leas redeemed or renewed.
ir-apAY MOBNIN.
MEW mw
PENN MUTUAL LIF
OP PHTT.ADI
rk T3 a "TV T :
jwmj vji A a. i *m- i
acci'hiutid capital
niTinrtim paid to policy holi
L4NNGH PA IP.
8A.ML. C. HUE
HA ML. E. STOKES, Vice Pres't.
h. 8. STEPHENS, to Vice Prest.
' K. 1'Every
Policyholder li a men
to all Its advantages and prlvl
It has declared more divides
percentage than any companj
It lc liberal In Its manageme
losses,
ROBERT W. r
OFFICE N<
Agent* wanted In every section ol the 8Ut
WONDERFUL
SOMETHI
THE KING (
Six Wamasutta Muslin Shirts with g
Different Styles in each half do;
RETAIL PRIC
These Shirt* arc ready for the Button Hoi
Button Holes aud put.lu the Gussets, and b;
eaeh shirt. We Invite ladles especially to e;
We also have a large stock of Silk Ha mike
Holidays.
J. H. STALL
Morcliant
decu No. 2T Twel
~ FOR SALE. I
Trustee's Sale.
LOT NO. 10, NKAK THE TOWN OK I
BEN WOOD.
By virtue of a deed of trust made by Joel i
1). Marple, Sarah E. Marple his wife, aud i
James Keller, to the undersigned trustee, i
dated the Uth day ol February, 1?71, and ?
duly recorded In the office ot the Clerk of
the County Court of Marshall county, in
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UriUJIL
(leetl or irusi UOUK NO. I, lOIIU ?n, i nm,wu
Monday, Ihr 14 111 day ol February, A. .
IE. 1*76.at the Qourt House gr muds of
the county ot Marshall, Btate ot West Va.,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., proceed to '
sell to the highest aud heat bidder, the fol- '
low ing described real estate, that Is to say:
Ixit No. 10, titty* teet front and one hundred '
feet deep, the said being about one aud
three-fourths of a tulle below the town of
Hen wood. In the county ot Marshall, State
of West Va., being a part of the land pur
bawd by William H. Heydtnger lrotn
Charles 11. Berry, und the saiuelot No. 10 <
which wan conveyer! to the said Joel 1).
Marple and James Keller bv William H.
Heydtnger by deed dated the 9th day of' ,
February, 1S7L
TEH MS UK SALE?Five hundred dollars
cash; balance in four equal payments at
six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-fbur
months, with Interest from day ot sale,
purchaser to give his negotiable notes for
the defirrcd payments, secured by deed ol
tragi on the property.
O. W.JEFFERS, Trustee.
J. W. Mitchkel,, Auctioneer. Jal2
Valuable Farm
FOR SALE.
? OFFER THE FARM ON WHICH I
X reside, near Honey's Point,at prlvate
sale, containing 109 acres, 106 acres cleared,
the remainder timbered. It has a good
frame house; also good barn, stable ami out
buildings, ami a tenement house. It lias a
large orchard of well assorted fruit; also
coal bank opened. Can be divided ?>i aula
asn whole, to suit purchasers. It Is conveniently
situated, being convenient to
the National road, Hempfleld railroad,
postoilice, schools, churches, Ac. Inquire
of the undersigned.
SAMUEL HONEY,
Honey's l'olnt, Ohio Co., W. Va.
tebKgeb
Trustoo'a Snlo
OF VALUABLE MARKET STREET
PROPERTY.
Hy virtue of a deed ol trust made by
Richard Nolan and Margaret Ills wife, to
the undersigned trustee, dated tlie IWlh
day of August, is?:!, and duly recorded ill
the Clerk's oilice ol the County Court of
Olilo county, West Virginia, In book No.
ti, pages No.-t9 and 50, I will, on SATURDAY,
tlie 12th of February, 1X7(1, at the
trout door of the Court House ol Ohio county,
West Virginia,comflenclngat itio'clock
a. m., proceed to sell to the highest and
best bidder, the tollowing leal estate, that
Is to say: A piece or parcel of ground
fronting or measuring twenty-seven feet,
more or less, on the west slue of Market
Square, In the Second ward of the city ol
Wheeling, being partoflot number one
hundred and fourteen, together with the
improvements thereon.
TERMS-Oue-hall the purchase In cash,
the balance in one year from day of sale,
with Interest, the deferred payment t<> be
secured by dera of trust on toe proper In
sold. The title to the above propertyty
believed to be unquestionable, outselling
as trustee 1 shall onlyeonvey such title as
is vested ill me by said deed Of trust.
THUS. O'BRIEN,Trustee.
John W. Mitciikll., Auctioneer. |allt '
pOR SALE OR KENT.
No. fti Eighteenth street, t wo story and a !
IiaJf Brick House, nine nanus, used a* j
dwelling ami grocery; gas ami wiiu-1 in
house. Kor sale ou easy terms or relit.
Also three Isil-s where the old Foundry on
the Island stood. Apply to
A. M. ADA MM, I
JiUiSb 1E7 Market Htrect.
for r^nlo.
"llTE OFFEIl FOR HADE THE DEMIKA- I
It hie resilience situated on lot !W,
Fast side of Market above Ninth street,!
containing six rooms attic and basement, t 1
size of lot :ttixl(Kl. K?'iits lor fltuu per an- |
num. If not sold by tne asth of this
month, will be offered on that day at i
nubile tale at the tront door ot the Court
House at 1U A. M. For particulars and .
terms, luouire ot
ALDKRMON A PACLU
Ileal Estate Agents, Uw Market St. I
J. W. MtTrtiKi.r., Auctioneer,
tebtf
china;
Glassware and
Queensware,
Wholesale and Retail,
AT
J. L. HOBBS, SON &j C0.'S,
No. 1115 Main Street.
JanE
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J,, FEBRUARY 10, 18
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vi Ae na a ai i' II
TlvEnlCR r? a
E INSURANCE CO.,
iTT.PTTTA PA,
ZED 18-4 7.
C3.OOA.04MI
ierm 2^00,0041
2.400,004!
'J
:y. Prbsidknt.
i j ah. weir mason, Actuary.
i hknky AU8TIE, becy.
iber of tbe Company, entitled
n?KM.
id* in number, and of a larger
r In tbe United States.
iit, prompt In its settlement o I
rUCKER, General Agent,
>. 2*. 12th ST., WHEELING, W. fA
e: also city solicitors. auK&l c
< BUT~TRUE !
NG NEW.
)F SHIRTS !
ood 2100 Irish Linen Bosoms, hour
jen. Every shirt guaranteed,
?E$1.50 EACH,
es and Gussets. Any lady can make the
y so doing can save from 51.00 to 51.50 on
c amine these goods,
irchlefs, MnlBers, Kid Gloves, Ac., for
iMAN & CO.,
Tailors,
[fth St,, Wheeling, W. Va.
FOR RENT.~
FOR RENT.
rUK .KTNA IKON AND NAIL COMPANY'S
Vineyard, containing Fifty
^crcsot Vines In good Deal ing condition,
mainly Catawbai and Concords. Terms
eaaonable. Further pari Iculars furnished
it the office of the Company, at the works.
Janlfl
FOR RHJSTT.
Duelling no 2j>i chapline^^
street, Center Wheeling, at pre- fcr ;
lent occupied hy Mrs. Henry ('ran-"" _
(le; has seven rooms and nam room mm
uautry. Fcr further particulars enquire
jt KHORNBROOK
Ieb5h No. ?.'U(> Chapltue street.
FOR R33NT.
jrA STORK ROOM NO. UttJ MARKET
street, in llai ley's Block. Possession
given 1st cfApril, 1*7?. Enquire ol
LEWIS HA 1 LEV,
Ja26l> No. 1219 Market Street.
ESTABLISHED IN 1837.
I. NKI.HoN VANCE, UEOKOI ADAMS.
MNCE & ADAMS,
Successors to C. I>. Knox A Co., and McClellan
.v Knox,
'Manufabturers and Jobbers
;OK
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Rio. lliO'2 Main Street,
anb WHKKLINO W. VA.
JAMES fRl\GI,P
SOOBIiIh. of the Celebrated Standard Flour,
10 " U lades Buckwheat Floor,
111 " Cultivated CranberrieH,
:*10 " Choice Northern Apt den,
Receiving and for sale low by
JAM KM CliANOLE,
Wholesale Produce and General Couimls
stoii Merchant. ,
No. 1510 Main Street, Wheeling, W. V
nov27
PAI \Mui7rn iDnM rnDUircc
uHLVHIHtCU inun uuiwiwo
AS I)
Window Caps,
T1N ROOF, UJNDUCTORS, *&?'., *i
BRAUN & BROS,
IN ST., one door ?l>ovoSU>n
1525 MA Wheeling. gep3e
Hill Hnlt 20,000 SUtChM in
a Minute!
o [5|CTKF?HD f
^ ATlC ^
A Family Kniting Machine !
Now Attracting universal attention '>y
It.s (i.HtonixhinK performancea and It*?jreat
practical value lor every day family line.
It knit* every poKaltde variety of pluln or
fancy work ik.
With AlmoNt Maidral Kpooil,
And gives perfect shape and (Inlih to ni
garment*. It will knit a pair of mocIui in
fifteen minute*. Every machine M akkantkiiperfect,
and todoju.d what l*re|>.
re*ented. A complete In?druction lx?ok
accompanies each machine.
So. I Family .Machine, I cylinder, 72
needle*, $3u; No. 3 Family .Machine, 2 cylinder*,
i2 and 1U0 needle*. Ho.
A mimple machine will lie sent to any
pari of the UnitedHUlworUunh(wbera
we have no agent.) express charges prepaid.
On receipt at the pilot.
Agent* wanted in every State, County,
City and Town, to whom very Ilt>crai die
counts win he made.
Ad d re**, Rick for n JCstrriSd Machinx
Mho Co., Hole ManuXactantra, luiiie
Imioi, VI. nolCle
PATENT SPECTACLES
EYE CLASSES !
Wl'h Brazilian I'ehble* or BneChryelul
LoBMOO. Th? y poeiOM IbsLkklSM,'
Ela*tlelty and Sliength of steel,
with the noli cor*) in it pre
per'.le* of Nickel.
THE MOST DESIRABLE
Yet Introduced. AIho
Watches, Clocks, Bronzes,
Silver and Plated Ware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
FINE JEWELRY In sfr*al variety. For
sale CH EAJ*.
C. P. BROWN,
UC MARKET STREET, opposite Mel.urc
Houhe. fcW
THE UTMOST CARE
IS FILLING
PRESCRIPTIONS!
AT
SILVEY'S DRUG STORE,
d ?*_ i>WHITK THE POHTOFFICE
VALENTINES !
At and K'tai!.
DIARIESand ALMANACS for 1876,
AT
O. IX. Qulmby's,
1414 MAKKET JSTIiEET.
176.
I' :
-WHOLESALE CROCERS.
UST^DAVENPORT &. PARKS
i A. ~
Wholesale Grocers,
'
I A5D DEALERS Hf
? .'KM lit! 1 KM* Hi
Ham, Bacan, Shoulderss & Sides
L
Pork an4 Smoke House,
at Fnlton.
! _eecl3
FLOUR.
1 A A BBIA MORS ROSE,
I 'U 1<J0 " Sterling,
iW " ChoiceFamily,
?>) >< ^.t I.O. v * v
MX)" Yo'aemfce lSv,
M? " (Y>'*m ot Indiana.
XX) M Gem (Spring wheat)
100 " While Rose,
10U " Washington,
100 44 twice*
in store and for sale by
E1HT, DAVENPORT A PARKS.
~ Ml\tE MEAT.
1 A A PAILM, ATMORK-S AND ANDER1UU
SON'S brands. Just received by
LIST, DAYENPORT A PARKS.
!. tyti ?
Choice Xcw. Crop V O. Holasses.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
low.
1 LIST, DA VEN PORT A PA RES.
! novlx
\EW RAISIVS
. IflABOXKH VALENU1AS JUST RE1
IUU CEIVED by
LIST DAVENPORT A P4KKSF
j novll
NEILL TELLINGHAM,
-yyilOLEHALE GROCERS,
130.% MIL* STREET,
Have in store and are constantly receiving
a large and OOOipleteSlpek ot goods,
such as la usually found In a flrstcliuM
honse, comprising
all grades ot
Reflnod. Sugars
New Crop N. O. Sugar and Molasses.
Syrups, Coffees, Teas, Tobacco, Carolina
" Rice, Cliee?e, Muckers!, Herring, (Axlfish,
Mince Meat, Raisins, Prunes,
CurianU, ?lv , Ac. We are
sole Agents for the
Justly celebiated
CRYSTAL CORN SYRUP,
The purest and n?o?t wholesome artlele tu
the market, and of the sumo grade and
flavor ot Maple Hyrup, and
DOIII1IV9 ELECTRIC 8?AI?
I Tills Soap Is superior In quality and
strength, and onepounu a ill do
the work ot two pounds
of any others.
OUR j?'LOURS
Embrace the billowing brands:
Perfect Ion, Ohio Nlnte I'rcmlniii mid
Key stone.
These flours are too well known to need
) cotnmendatlnu. We have the exclusive
sale of tlletll.
We solicit an examination ot our stock
Lis close casu uuyera. um
f Hm otrn.
100 Barrels Pollock's Indiana Fancy.
" " Washington Indians Mflla.
" " Gem of llie West,extra family
Just received and for sale by
niarG M. REILLY.
T E A S.
V 3ar('bosunioie"0...ipowder.
jo i " 1 ouug J1J soil.
10 " 44 " ln?|>erlal.
50 " " " Oolong.
10 " " " Hollclloug.
10 44 14 41 Japan.
In store and for saie by
nov23 M. REIE.LV.
Tobaccos.
10 Cases Holbrook's Louisville Navy,
lit Butt's 44 44 44 44
1U Cases Flu Be r Bros, 44 44
10 Butts 44 ' 44 44
luu Boxes I. K. Pace's Danville twist It
anil 4 oa.
to Boxes Dawsou's Danville twist J us.
HO 44 John Bell, II Incli plug.
20 44 Hwaiuton's AAAA 11 inch plug.
I n store anil fol sale by
no'J'J M. REll.LV.
J [J00 Palls Atmore'scelebrated Mine*- Meat
~ 60 Mils. Choice Pickles.
. lull Half bbls. Choice Pickles,
luu Boxes Ijiyer Ralslus.
2U Hbls. I irled Peas.
2U 44 Cliolce Buckwheat Flour
Iii?t received ami for sale bv
jVdeei " t, BIIUT.
Oupont s Gunpowder Agency.
M. KKILLY
Hole Axrnl,
WHEELING, WI>T 14.
HportlnK. lllaMtliiK and Mining l*owil#r
*1 way* oil hand In magar.ltie; alno Patent
a in 1 WaU-r-prool Nalciy Kuac. A 111 >? ri? I
(JIhtohiii allowed to large bfljrei*. ioB
SYR U PS,
?') Jilil*. <?ilt Kdgc (iolden Hyrup.
25 Mapla impsOoidan Hyrup.
j In utorw an?i lor Kale hy
n?28 K. RRILLT.
C OFF EES.
; ,,A,iH HTKirn.v pkimk
I'bolec, III ?Uirt>?iiil lor unle hy
oo22 _M. It I f I I . 4 .
, Ooshon Ciicc .so
j ISO Boxea New York Ooaheii,
100 " Western Bmtfn
Ju?t received and for aale l>y
i.ait, n. Kiii.i.r.
CONNOISSEURS
OF A
Choice Article
I Who art* looklnic for a HOf.'HK Ural ran
furnlih LIl^UOKH unliable for the
HOLIDAYS
| To all audi, ami every on# Ha# who a ant
a choice article of
French Brandy,
Old Rye or Bourbon Whisky
Foreign or Native Wine?
1 of f?i?.m Inaiii^t thf ftLock of
G. W. FRANZHEIM !
Whol<w^? Liquor Hounc,
1133 Main St, Wheeling. W.Va
JcCW
TO SMOKERS,
r HAVE JPKT Y'.Ki JEVEJi AN IN-!
J VOICE of !mport?-<! nn<l K?-jr Wwit
1 ( lgarv. whirh I urn retailing ?t lobbing
prie-o. (ilv? in?ac?ll, you will find my 1
ouuiU-r the eli? iu th? city. I
HP<W i? Lnr?,
No. 70 Tweilth mrcvt.
Altar Candles
rot
: CANDLEMAS DAY!
Th? first nnmber of the
merican Gathoiic Quarterly Review
J lit r?*. v?ri. A il for talo at
1*. Ijoechor's,
j*2o 1105 >1AIY KTREET
AGENTS WANTED
Kor L?r. March '?Ur?-at Work.
NIGHT SCENES IN THE BIBLE.
. ami maitniflrcut NEW HtfiK Ju?t trr-rn
yr*?i. Aii'irnti, J. C. Kd'CBliV * (A),
, ruii*ile IptilH- P?. u-pS-U
r 1
f
______
OSUCCISTS. ...
LACTGHLIN BROS. & CO..
J ~ Wholesale Deal en In
Drugs, Ghemicals and Medicines,
Palate, Oils, Whit* Lead^TarpsoMne,
Varnish, Window Qlaasaad
Glassware,
| Wo. UBi Mam Wl. Wnayjito,
| 50 cases Concentrated Lye,
| 10I> 44 Hatches.
5 barrels Garrett"* BnuCs.
50 boxes Garretl*s Parka.
1,000 pounds Uahpto Madder Prim I. *
Se 44 IndfatWpanlsh Most.
35 barrels Chip Logwood.
51 44 Chin FusUc.
At LAUGHt JW BRgtj. A COX
, 100 ounces Quinine, PowemA Wetghtman
50 " Bulphate Morphia.
50 " Nitrate Hllver.
I 50 44 Strychnia.
For sals at LAUGH.LIN CROfiAOOV.
50 pomi3e Chloroform.
ao ? Bromide l*otasslnm.
35 44 Calomel.
35 44 Iodide IVttaah.
*0 44 KtnKl Extracts, Tl Men's.
50 " Solid Extracts, do.
350 I tot ties sugar Onatt-d rills.
25 ditseu Kllxers.
At LAUGH MW BKQK. AO)*
35 .Ifisell Baker's ltd lJTer OH.
35 44 Hall's Lung Balsam.
35 44 Jayne's Expectorant.
35 44 Ayerk Cherry Pectoral.
1.000 44 Essences?Cnnamou, Ac.
,?u " Bateman l>rop?.
f?0 " dodfrey'a Onrdlal.
1U0 M Kaacnec Jamaica dengor,
At L\l'Uni,IN BKdH. i (W
pounds drain IVpper?Htniti?Hor*>.
" Clove*.
flUO " Allspice,
jut ' Nutiiiegw-dorwrniuent.
.Sii) " Cream Tartar, pur*' ?t choice
.SiW " Mustani, in can* and In bulk
.Sin ? drouud dinner, Kant Indaand
Janiarla. I'ox's Gelatine, Arrow Root,
Tapioca and Sago.
dj*12 At LAUOA1.1N BBOB. * CPU.
CHRISTMAS PRESEN'I S I
Toilet Seta,
Toilet 1 tot He*,
Toilet Article*,
Ac., at
S U L L I V A N'S,
i:<? MAKKKT NTUEKT,
Beck's Block.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS !
dec2l t
HONOR BRICHT
\\fl HAVK INFORMATION THAT A
II tew retail dialer* are huyliiK Interior
Unking IVtwJer*, putting tlieni III our
taixe* and eann and selling lliein as I swan,
1,1st .t I'ii'* Kxcelsinr Itaklng I'owder. Till*
Is a fiaud upon consumer* us well as upon
us. ami we ask consumer* to aid u* In the
exposure ot such dishonorable practlcea.
ASK KOH
LOUAS, 1,1 ST & CO.**
Excelsior Baking Powder.
Insist on having .It, und not an Imlta
lions. Jail
A CARD.
E 1^ A 1 IV E,
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL
The nmli r*|fiomI l'?J?i?rtl"r? (il he
rlfy of V? nWlnit, having w ltnen?>c?| t ii<extraordinary
tenia lo which tlx- Klnlnc
til, ri i it 11 il lit <1 ii r<*? i by Mi turn. Warden A
< ixnanl, of I'lltnbiiKb, wit*Mlb|cetcd lit out
l-r-?eiice, hereby cxproaa our conviction
tllilt It It W lull It It IMA Illicit to In-, M llollKx|>IomIv<*
Oil, niiil Hurt It im free from tindniigemua
which arc UMially fc-iiml
iii 111 ii hi 1 tin t iiik olln n i in i 111 hi i |m-t n >li-ii in ,
by the line of which lout In-t-n cnii-d?"
much ilenlriluftonof 11ami iirotn-rty,
wi> i mi tl eve thai It* Introduction Into
general line will In- to the general advantage
of the I iimii ranee --oin|Ntnl-? and ol I lie
coiniiiuiilt v.
C II. Collier, KlreA Marine InanriuieeOi.
II. 7. Mhrlver, citiaena' I nan ranee <Vt.
J. It. Miller, .Klna liinoriincc Co.
K. It--Inter Oerinnn Itmmanae t o.
J. V. I.. ItiMltfera, I'cmInmIv 1 nan ranee Co.
T. I*. I 'i 111111 n-. Kranklin InaaranM'?'o.
M. Coen, Oeneral Iiiauralice Agent.
TIIK TIlAliK HITPI 1.1 Kl) |rY
LOGAN, LIST & CO.,
wiioirsAi.K tiKiMMJiara,
Jail WIIKKI-INO, W. VA.
WHEELING BUSINESS COLLEGE,
iHAHaaHnn
I .iHTA HIjIMII Kt> IH?. tiKKKHM AN IMIJ
proved eoiime of atiidy for the junction
I t<lucali-i|i of jonng men. Kleganl
r?>oiii?, i? ntt.ii mi'i luriiiHinoi. ? !???i
rMin Air m.-mIhi,* ?l?> *n?i wmIn
v. lmll vl<luul liiNlriictlon lit \ ii <B?h
hiiiili'iit; nlwi(luiroiiKh mum# In tin- Kn?>
11 -11 tirulxlii'm. ('nil nl ("??l I ?m ' , 0|>|mi
nit* Mcl?urfl llonm-.W Ii|iln ?,
J.M. t H AM||?_K 4r C<
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WEST VIRGINIA UNIVfRSKTY.
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TruxelPs Price List.
1 Picture at J Prauie, Hi 1(1, |1.26.
2 P'-arl Ttpn, 60 cent#.
4 Bon T'tin, 60 bent*.
K trema, 60 conl*.
Beet Card Phou^rapt.r, $2 00 r*r dor..
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