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Tint desirable Store Boom No. Hit Twelfth
atrett, McLain'n Block. Enquire within.
M|?ll .NfeLura Bonne.
j<j10R KENT?
Dwelling apartment in North Wheeling
(naar North Street Church). Four room*,
inelnrting alio, Rent $7 |>rr month.
apll 1220 Main Street
>0. SI Boullt Front alrest, Ulttxi - )>l?uaut!r
itiutM nuJ dcatrabl* Also, oii?* lluotn in aecona
itory of Nu. M Twtlfili street, iultahl? lor mi ottro
oi Mtopln| room 1'oMWilon. gltin ItiiiufdisMjr.
Knquirr ol liH. K. A. llitDBKTU,
apli 1301 fhapl Ins Bt.
.\ uro-Murjr tfilck iluuae, No. CI llllwuth til.,
wllti fit rouiiik and kltibni; alio, a luigc ?lrjr crlUr.
\\ ?i?m lu kltaben: Ink. wmM<< pl|>f, etc. Tlw
ht>uic I - in uw>J tv|mlr, Mi.l U lu ii Tory dwlrabl*
tail of Ibiutiv. hunulreol
m. fmuLKum
The flue Dwelling No. 1U Fltavutb lliect.
Tbrwi Uumtnts la tlio Filth Ward.
LAW OFFICE, N. K. earner 1'itti and t'bs|>llne
tn.jutrc ol II. FoltlllH,
aj?_ ltj2 Qui'lin* Htre?l.
poR benttwo
Uriel. Dwcliiuv; Uouaca on tinuortli
aid# of 16th street, between EofTand
Jacob streets, both newly )>aiateil ami in
^'Ood repair. Enquire ol
mrgO No. tv, 15th street.
pou RENT?
A brlulc Home, No. flu, 13tli itreet, containing
1U rooms, with spaclou* halls ami
tlrr basement oeller.
By W. V. HOOK 4 BRO.,
mh?? lltOO Market Street.
A (irocery Htorc Room nml
Duelling, with nine room*, kiim nml water,
No. 1)3 hlghteonth atreut. Runt $20.00 per
month. Possession given April 1st.
Apply to
turf,' A. M. ADAMS.
pOR RENTTboStorn
Room on Almkut Mint now oini|.t?*l
Of Unwell, I'aull A Elnclalr.
Al?o, Front Kootn on mtuhJ n.x.r adJululiiK ttm
l*w utile? of Dsnlel Lamb, E*|.
PomcmIoii dt%mu April lit.
JiuiiD^ts it?ioiim, Oilic*-a und bl**|iiuK lloouis in
thu now 1'w flu'i ltnuk iliiilJinir. Aihih lt?? Urga
tinll on ttitrd Htorjr of Mine, w iiU nntt *ml rouiUllttW
r.ejun hitjoluicg. i Will a loo It'llt tllU lllllik*
1 i:g liouft), No. 1-09 Main Mr#*!.
'I t UW. O'BltlKN,
?Ib2!> Agent
The lnrgu threo-atory WarcbottHe No.
1603 Main street. Two front#, Main uml
South streets. Possesion April l?t.
Applv to
oiilitliiltig ?*lHUt room* *uJ lldtti iUioui, oil
Jauub (licet, U'twrtHi 13th and Htli, went tide.
Oiu mid wutrr. Will be rented low to rcapoualble
tenant. Lmiulro of
uuJl Bookaollcr and Stationer, Main Ht.
A Brick Huu.ie containing nine rooms,
with Mahle, wusli hoii.se, cistern hu?I well
on the premises, hii?1 with etery eonvenieuce
a country houic couM have. "The
rooms on the lirstjloor are finely finished
in polished natural wood.
Is situated onNfhe National Koad one
mile west of Bridgeport and two miles from
the city. Will he rented until October 1st.
Apply at First National Bank, Bridgeport,
Ohio. op20
By virtue of r Dm*I of Trust made by Frederic
Fisher nnit Johanna Holier, lili wlfi'.totiit'aiTru!*t*e,
dnte?l tb??lU day o! April, 1?77, and of record
in the office of thotlnrkoi (lie County Court of
Ohio county, f will proceed to wit at public auetmti,
ht lu o'clock a. n., on
THURSDAY, the luth Jay of May, 1377,
At the front door of the* Court Houm* of Ohio county,
the following property, vi/: All that niece or
parcel o? ground sltuat* tn Caldwell's addition to
the city lit Wheeling, Ohio county, W. Va., knowu
iia the notth half of Lot No, tlvc (5) In square No.
fifteen (16), trout lug on Jaccb street (formerly
JHmea street), together with all the Improvements
thereto belonging?the liouae being No. 2025 Jacob
limns (i? 8alk?One-third cash In hand and sa
much more as tin* purchaser may elect to |iay, and
the balance In two r<|ual payment- at one anil two
vwars, with security and beittim; Interest.
T. J. 11 IK'< US, Trustee.
W. II. Ham.br, Auctioneer. aplO
rnKuaTEii-a HALE.
My virtue of two deeds of trust made by Ssllie
C. lUkkweil and husband to mean Trustee, the tint
dated May Jit, 1S75, recorded in iHed of Trust
Hook No. 8, jiage 4t'.?, tlio second dated November
ISth, 1875, recorded In Trust Book No. 'J, page 445
of the land records of Ohio county, I will sell at
public sale at the front door of the Court House of
Ohio county, West Virginia, on
At 10 o'clock a. m., the following describe property:
The east sixteen teet of the east half of Lot
uuuiliered seventy-live, situated on the south aide
ol Eighteenth street, tetwecn Jucob and Wood*
streets, Id that part of the city o( Whirling called
L*<t Win cling. Title believed to be |*rfcct, but 1
will convey only such title as la vestal In uio.
Tkmms or 8a i.k -Ono-thlrd aud uiore If the pur*
chaser to fleet lu ciub, th*? bal*n?-e lu two equal
payment* at six aud twelve months with Interest,
iIn- titlflto le retalnwl until payment Is made iu
lull. WM. U. CALDWELL, Tronic*.
\V. J. W. Cownxst, Solicitor. iiir23
Shares Stock in Feabodr luiuranc* Co.
10 Share* Stock lu Ohio Valley Bank.
I?; Shares Stock In U Belle ofaiw Co.
10 Shares 8toock In jEtna Mill.
Lot (IroanU. Centre Wheeling, Mala street.
\<j I/>t (iround, Centre Wheeling, Market street.
1 Small Frame House, Hth street.
1 Two-story Brick liuune, Hth atreet.
iiirf-n I. IRWIN. Agent.
Eighty choice Building Lots on Wheeling Island.
Price frotn $400 to It/00 each. Only one*?ixlh ol
the purchase money required In nub. The residue
ui?y lie paid annually In rtVK iuatalluieitla
with interest.
Apply to JOHN 1'. UII.CHKIST
ap'i At Top Mill.
line Oiiggv Hone, Uuggy and liarnusi.
Will be aohl ut a bargain, by
apC 1227 Market street.
Residence of N. V. Arthur, on 15th |
street, iu the city of Wheeliug. The lot
fronts about ?1 teet on fifteenth street,
mill extends back to tho nlley. The house
ik a two-story brick, containing ten roouiR
ami finished attic, bath room, with hot ami
colli water, ami i* in good repair. There
iinUo a wash house,coal house, ash house,
dr.; on the property.
Person* doiinug to examine the property,
or to uwrrtaiu the terms of sale, will
cull on R. U. Barr. attorney, 1 l l'J Chapline
?p3 N. C. ARTHUR.
ft. A N KlilN
\ HIS Vine Strrtt, Cincinnati, Uhle.
% The tH? on which this papar 1? prt&tsJ li frona
\ 'Ul* >fciii'Jr/.~Ki.?. lairtii.nxm*
\ A good aaaortmcnt (or ?>cheip?lth?
k- " :
Wide Awake!
Prloes the Lowest.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
No Goods Misrepresented.
111(1 MhIii Nlreel,
?pr? HoKSiwooK's Block.
Ofllro and KealdflDM. No. 1067 Malu HI., 0|'p<wll?
Uulon, WUotlUu, W. Va.
JTNU.-oui Uiltlc (Us ind oilier AtnMlhelk*
uli^la^joreJ. mylfi
4f. YWKLmi f"TKItt,
Uuji aii?l sell* Ticket* to nil |elnt? tout nml Wttl,
"Hound trip tickets to lUltluiuio and return,
ami C'lilrttKo niul return, ulooon bund. oc6
New Bargains Daily!
To thoas who with to save money Id
their purchases or Spring Goode,
We Offer Great Inducements.
:'ih) Pieces New 1'rlnts at Gc, tho best In the
mm ki t.
vu I'iecm -tu-lurli all wool Black,Heal Drown and
anil Myrtle (iruen Cashmere* at fific per yard.
l-adles, these goods went Just purchased at a sale,
nml we bell them '.Dc a yard cheaper than they cost
to import.
-3 l'lects Itlack aud White Skirting at 12#c |?-r
yard?think of that.
100 HflCM l?r?ss lioods at retalliug everywhere
too White Spreads nl Too, never before offered
lor less thau $1 25.
i5 rieces Black ilrillUntinea at .'i7J4e, positively
worth 75c.
riecea double width Spring Mohairs at 25c,
Win th 40c.
too Now aud handsome Dolmans from 8.1 00 up.
Numerous other Bargains in the whole stick.
Wo guai nutce to sell 20 |ht ccut cheaper than any
house In the trudm (ilve <m a call. CONVICTION
i. blum: sc BRO.
1101 Main MreH.
?pgl '
DurloH the eleven years I hare lieen practicing
In Wheeling 1 have administered jjaa to over seven
thoosand persons with Pkrkkct Hakkty, aud in
miiuosi very ease Willi enuresatisfaction to uiyaell
mi J patlcnta.
We constantly kr?*p on handipure NitrouiOxide
Una lor those that destru to take It.
no2S No. 1U.1 Market fit.
In Wheeling and Martin's Ferry.
The undersigned will ofier for nale at public auction,
at the Walnut drove, in Martin's Fwrjr, on
The followInj: desirable property: Seven l.ota in
the Eighth Ward, .South Wheeling, two Lota In
tli?Seventh Ward, Zane'a Island. Alao, the Walnut
Grove property, east of Filth street, Martin's
Kerry, uxteiidlng to the C. A P. R. R. All toe Lota
on Filth street, Martiu'a Ferry, frontint! the Walnut
Grove. One acre ol land east ol Charles
SlohrlKht'a house, through which n stream of water
Hows, and which luia n number of shade trees
upon It. A clear title with uiunl covenants will In*
given. Kale torumtucuce at 10 o'clock.
Tkkm.v-One-third lu band; the balance In live
aunual payments, evidenced by the loud* cf the
purchaser, Ideating interest from date and secured
by Hen ou the propeilr sold.
For Fiiato Col. ( has. Ellet, Jr., St. .bines Hotel
N.1TIKDAY, Al*ltlL SI, 1&77.
New Advertisement*.
Fourth Street M. 12. Church.
Temperance Meeting at Opera IIout?e.
1.0. (). F.?Funeral Notic?.
Dry Qoods Still Lower?1. ilium it
Bro.?head of local.
Public Sale of Building Lota?head of
New Spring and Summer Stock?(Jeo.
K. Taylor & Co.
Carpets?Friend & Son.
police to >> nom it Aiaytancern.
For Sale or Kent?Country Kesidencc.
Clocks?Oxtoby ?S; Diiliicltl.
Undertaking?Wra.Zink iS: Son.
Satin Gloss Flour?Lint, Davenport &
Preservation of Natural Flowers?
Kutchins Music and Art Store.
Carpets?Mendel, Booth & Co.
Flower Seeds?Christian Sclinepf.
Tables?Moreliead & Co.
List of letters.
Thermometer Kecord.?The following
nhows the range of the thermometer,
as observed nt Schnepf's drug store,
Opera House corner, yesterday:
Si.*. 12 m. 3 P. X. 7 P. m.
63 hi 50 4'J
We havo now in our Milinery department
all or the newest novelties In Black,
Brown and White Milan Straw Hats, Leghorns,
Black, Brown and Creim French
Chips. Also, an Immense variety of the
new Glace Rough and Ready Straws in
most approved ihapes.
To our already large and complete
stock we are daily receiving new additions,
almost immediately upon their entrance
intbe New York market.
A. L. RICE & CO.
J'or Additional Local Set First Pagt.
Keat. April weather.
Tiiie home club won by 0 to 15.
Si'RtNO overcoats were in demaud yesterday.
Mud not quite so deep; just enough to
The weather yesterday was not favorable
for base ball.
Ti!Eteini>cranco interest holds on with
a firm grip in Bellaire.
Thk stuell of burning back-yard rubbish
pervades the land.
The Kirn Grove utreet cars now run
out the road as far as Stamm'n.
"The Two Orphaus" will be the next
attraction at the Opera House.
All quiet in police circles. No arrests
had been reported at 10 o'clock last
night. _
Justice Mix yesterday required Wilson
Smith to give bond in the sum of $50,
conditioned to be of good behavior for the
period of eix months. Stephen Quinn I
waa the prosecuting witness.
The Courts.?Circuit Cocbt?Jud$
3/r/nn.?Thii court waa in aeaaion yei
terday aa uaual. Bunineaa wan tranaicl
ed aa follows:
In the cane of Maggie Tracer va. l'err
Trncey. jun., a decree of divorce wa
granted complainant.
Hutii Hoover, guardian in Ohio of A
W. Knox, presented her iwtition for th
removal to Ohio of the lunda belongin
to her ward in Weat Virginia, notice o
which waa directed to be published.
The caac of the Htate va. Owen Frier;
indicted for ahop*breaking and larcenj
waa placed upon trial before the folio*
ing jury: George Padgett, Thotna
O'Brien, J. M. ('ttrmichael, John \\
Boring, Wui. B. Carter, J. T. Stone,.
W. Brown, A.J. Adamx, Andrew Uillei
iiy, John Turjiin. C'racrafi and Jorda
fur the prosecution; C>oo?l and Wood
for defence. *
The case wiih given to the jury about
o'clock in the evening, and at 11 o'clock
they failing to agree, were discharged.
Adjourned 1o the usual hour th:
Police Couht?Judjc Qranmcr.
The following caaea wore yeaterda
disponed of by ilia Honor :
Fred. Quinn paid a line of $20 an
coata for dumping night-soil on the rive
Fred. Lawrence, for scattering tii^h1
oil on the street*, was lined $20 an
Henry Holl'man and Thoniaa Bridge
were up for disorderly conduct. Tli
former was lined $1 and the latter $- an
coats. Both lines were paid.
Pkiihonai. Mkntion.?Mr. Harry f
Kllis, who played here acveral times wit
the I'ittHhur^li 0|x>ra House Company,
the "Fouchard" ?>f the Harrison "T#
Orphnna" troupe.
C'arncroaa A: Dixie's minstrels pei
formed in CtimlM'rland last night.
Maj. \V. (J. Waller, editor of the di
funet 6'un, will leave for Savannah, (la
hi ? irw iiavf, on a pros|N>ciiiig lour.
Ciipt. Pliil. AiiHcfmt.: vim in (lie cit
Capt. The, Davis, of the Star of lli
West, returned from Cincinnati teste:
K. (5. Cracraft, Esq., is to lecture o
Saturday and Sunday evening*, April 11
and -1?, in the Cameron M. K. Church, o
Miss Kiuuia Abbott in charged with ii
gratitude sharper that a serpent's tool
and more strong than traitor*' arms I
is said that at Springfield, Illinois, latel;
she ignored her old friend, Mrs. Capp
who agisted her in her struggling obsci
rity. Perhaps Miss Abbott, since he
name has been displayed so much, di
spines Htnall caps.
Messrs. George McLaughlin, Georj
Gibson and George Murray left fi
Texas a day or two flince.
Mr. A.H. Beacli, agent of the Jltn
Life Insurance Company of Jlartfori
yesterday paid over to Mrs. Geo. V
Franzheim $3,000, for which nmonnt he
husband's life was insured in that con
Key. A. C. George, D. I)., will preac
on the subject of temperance in th
Fourth Street M. E. Church on Sunda
evening next.
Personal ok the Ludlows.?Wi
liams, nitcher, played la.^t season wit
the Indianapolis cltib, and also parti
the season with the Centennial lie
Stockings, lie is considered a stron
Foley, catcher, played last season wit
amateur Canadian clubs, and the lattt
part with the Maple Leafs, of Canail
where he gained quite a reputation as
Carey, first base, plays his first seaso
with a professional nine with the Lud
lows this year. He distinguished hin
self last year in local clubs near Cincii
Con ley, second, was with the Melfon!
last year, a club in a Cincinnati suburl
"jDickey" Pierce, shortstop, it is we
known, played with the St. Louis llrown
last season. His status as a ball playc
is loo well known to need comment upo
it. 4
Dillon, third, was a member of th
Ludlows last season, and is considered
good man.
Godfrey, left, plaved last season wit
the Mclfords.
Urannock, middle, is held to be"somi
thing." lie played last season with lli
Guelphs, of Canada.
Summers, right, is an old Stars of Co*
ington man, and is known here.
There will most probably be tw
changes made in the nine within a slioi
time. Snyder, with the Cincinnati liei
last year, and Myers, with last season
lllions, New York,will !w substituted ft
two m?u in the nine', which men is ne
yet determined upon.
Death at Fairmont?Mrs. Paulin
Karnes, wife of the Hon. J no. S. Darne
o( Fairmont, was buried at that place o
Thursday evening last. Mrs. Harm
descended from one of the best familie
in Marion county, and her life was a
example of all tliat is noble and goodbi
longing to humanity. Her funeral wr
the occasion of a gathering of the large:
congregation of neighbors and fricne
ever known in that community, and he
sweet memory will never be forgotten i
the hearts of all who knew her. Eve
from this city heart stricken friends hui
ried to Fairmont to show their fespei
of the deceased;
Closing Sales.?Do not forget tfc
great auction sale of fine Engraving:
Chromos. etc., at 1209 Market stree
McLains* Block, this afternoon and evi
ning. The finest selection ever brougl
to this city. A rare opportunity to ador
;wi uuiucai jLwu'iuiiunut iiiu kiock i
already, spld at unheard of price*, ail
the remainder will positively be sold u
day and evening.
Closino Saies.?Do not forget th
great miction salo of line Engraving
Chromos, etc., at 1209 Market stree
McLaina' Block, thin afternoon and evi
ning. The fineat selection ever broug!
to this city. A rare opportunity to ador
your homes. Two-thirds of the stock
already sold at unheard of prices, an
the remainder will positively Ik?sold ti
day and evening.
The funeral services of the late jatm
Baegs were held at the Chapline Stret
M.E. Church yesterday afternoon. Thei
wan quite a large crowd in attendant*
including nearly all the Methodist mil
istera of the city. The remains wei
escorted to the grave by a long funeri
Rush Kum Temperance Meetino.Messrs.
J. W. Alexander and J. T. Kec
met with excellent success at the Kiip
Kun temperanco meeting on Thursda
night. Speeches were made by thei
gentlemen and Messrs. J. Kamminsk
J. K. Kverson and Kev. Huston. Se'
eral signers were secured.
The Board of Commissioners, at i
next meeting, will have two Justices <
the Peace to elect, to till the vacanci<
occasioned by the deaths of Justices Kau
mer ami Forbes. It is understood tin
Thos. McCortuick, S. C. A. Hamilton an
ox-Justice John Webb aro candidate
for the oflice left vacant by the death i
Justice Kammer, of Centre district.
A noojwuy temperance prayer mee
ing will be held at the English Lutliera
Church to-day. This will probably bo tt
final noon-day meeting at this church, i
the attendance does not justify their coi
The Pittsburgh window glass mam
facturers exhibit 110 disposition to vie!
to the demands of the strikers, and int
mate that if the workmen choose to sta
out the works will femain closed tint
after the hot season is over.
They came, they saw, thov bragget
and they were badly conquered, and th
"Luda,"of Cincinnati, will lay low afte
this when the Staudard is mentioned.
n City Council.?Second Branch.?
? Council met in np?citl neaiion last night,
: to take appropriate action in regard to
the death uf Mr. George For ben, member
y of the Second Branch from the Sixth
s Ward. The following gentlemen answered
to their names at roll call in thin
. Branch: Adams, Beltz, Camtibell, Cowe
den.Crowther, Goodfellow, llorklieimer,
g Myles, Reeves, Riddle, Hitter, Simpson,
i Stoker, Vockler, Wait, Yahn, Mr. President?17.
, On motion of Mr. Reeves n committee
r, of one from each ward was appointed to
r- draft the usual resolution* of respect.'
is The President appointed the following
gentlemen on thu committee: First
I. Ward, James Campbell; Second Ward,
? S. llorklieimer; Third Ward, Robert
n Simpson; Fourth Ward, W.T. Adams;
l? Fifth Ward, J, E. Reeves; Sixth Ward,
Fred, Goodfellow; .Seventh Ward, W.J.
7 W. C'owden; Lighth Ward, G. A. Sinker.
:, The committee retired, and in a few
momenta returned and submitted 11 tenuis
lution requesting the First Branch to
meet with the Second Branch in joint
session, for the purpose of considering
resolutions of res|tecl to deceased, which
v was unanimously adopted.
The two Branches met in joint session
d in the chanilier of the Second Branch.
r The Committee on Resolutions, through
1 >r. Reeves, reported the following :
i. Whekka9, The members of the First
,,| and SecomUJrunchea of Council of the city
of Wheeling, have heard of the decease
t of their Inte associate, George Vorbes,
i,? Esq., of the Sixth Wurd, and desire to
,| express their sincere regret at the loss
which the Council and the community
have sustained by his death; therefore,
Retohxd, That the Second Branch ot
I,' Council has lost in him au active, hideM
pendent and wise guardian of the city's
(, interests.
Jtftolird. That we deeply sympathize
r. with his bereaved family in their affliction.
and extend to them our heartfelt
f. condolence.
L) litmixH, i hat the I'irht ami second
liranche* ol Council attend the funeral
v in a body.
lictolvtd, That a copy of thcne rejoinie
tionH he traiiHinitted to the family of the
r. deceased.
The above resolution* were tuiaxiiii
mouidy adopted.
IS The announcement having l?eeii made
ii that the familvof deceased desired mem*
hern nf Council to act a? pall hearers, on
i. motion the following were appointed:
li Messrs. Wilson, Egerter, Simpion, Melt
Adams, Vockler, Ooodfellow, Illair,
V| Wait.
? On motion of Mr. Cowden, the city
I. officers anil members of Council were re!r
quested to meet at the city building this
morning at o'clock.
,e . ? I
IIask BAi.i..?Offing to the inclement
weather veHterday but a ulim crowd wan
:> in attendance to witness the game of base
I, ball between the l.udlows, of Cincinnati,
and Standards, of this city, which remitter
ed in favor of the home club by a score of
i- GtoJ).
'PI... t ...II I I TV..I r?
x iiu tjiiwiun.i |ii.i> vu jyiiiii'/ J carcu,
h the veteran ball player, at short stop, and
e Williams, "the terror," in the pitcher'*
y position: lien. Soiuuiers, a uiemtar of the
Standard of lant season, playing behind
the bat a greater portion of the gau?e.
'* McKenncn, the new pitcher for the
" Standards, was a source of great
y worriment to the Cincinnati boys,
'' they not being able to make
'K more than 2 base hits oil' of hin effective
pitching. Lane behind the bat
" stood an immovable as a "stone wall,"
-r taking everything that citme within his
11? reach. Barclay's playing at second wan
11 simply immense, proving himlo be the
right man in the right place, lie also
n distinguished himself at the bat, in the
~ fourth inning, sending a terrilic skyl*
scraper to the left-centre, bringing in
> two men and taking second. The playing
of the home nine generally was good,
'8 as was also that of the LudlOws. The
J* noticeable feature of the game was
" the strong batting of the home club,
sending Williams' ''swifters" nil over the
!r field. The same clubs will play again
" this afternoon, and, should the weather
be favorable, there will no doubt be a
e largo crowd on hand to cheer our bovs
!l on to another victory. Wheeling has
certainly secured a strong nine for this
" season, and some of our crack league
clubs will experience considerable ditli!*
culty in getting away with them. The
lU following is the score of yesterday's game:
, STiaDtM). O. & LUDLOW. O. K.
l.w 4 I Dillon 1
Moil.it 2 i Cooley.... 4 u
o .tuukiii. < o '^otiitiic'r 5 o
U lain cock.. " 1 Pierce it o
. Ho^ni H ? Foley a o
ltoblii?<iD a 1 Urannock. 2 1
'* Karrlclpjr ? I Hodfrvy. 1 u
Wilkinson i 2 Diry...,..- 2 \
J McKcuiion I 0 Wlilinnii 4 0
TuUl 27 6 Total .. 27 It
a I -2-8 4 -5.6*7_8_9JT.
Standard l o ft :i n~i?o i n_r.
n i.mliow..;.6 t u <i (i ? ? 6 i!-8
'8 I'niplre?It. McNlchol.
>S TilU't of UJIIIC "UV
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JIotel Arrivals.?Among ihe late
19 arrivals at the hotels are the following:
J1 &/. Joma?William I). Cabell, Nor'8
wood, Nelson county, Va.; Thomas C.
r Prince, JSaltiinoje; T. IS. Craig, Claysn
ville, Pa.; G. R. Mitchell, Columbus; J.
n A. Grove, Harnesville.
r" Stamm?J. M. Dare, Sintenivilie; J. M.
Polsley, Gallipolia; John D. McKcnnan,
Washington, Pa.; J. C. Gatchell, Jerusalem,
0.; Hertha Kline, Powhatan, O.; W.
ie II. Hutchison, Reallsville, 0.; li. Levi,
Marshall county; J. 1). Cainpsy, Claysville,
B* McLurc?The Emma Abbott concert
lt troupe, ot New York; Robert Alexander,
,n St. Clairsvillo, O.; .1. A. Kverliart, Springls
tiehl,0.; John 1). McKennan,Washington,
Pa.; W. K. Sharpe, Grafton; S. Ritter,
Parkersburg; J. C. Thompson, Ravenswood;
Iv, II. Marsh, Piedmont; L. N.
Franks, Marietta, O.
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A Hint to Musicians.?There would
?. I?e a great deal more money in concert*
it did musicians show more tact. Generally
ii at concerts admirable from a profession*
in ally musical point of view, the selections
id are not such as to command interested
> attention. At the Abbott concert last
night the enthusiasm remained at a fever
heat. Miss Abbott sang ballads which
iS touched the audience and repeated noth8t
ing for an encore while our support fol e
lowed her pleasing example, it doesn't
e matter whether the Abbott concert was
n! "classical" or not. If the heart of an
x> audience was reached the performance
!il was better than anything "classical"
could have been. Music is not ft labor
or a duty, hut a means of aflbrding the
- greatest'pleasure to the greatest number,
k1 a fact that those who arrange programmes
h sometimes iorget.
'e Ouu German SociETiES.--The Hellaire
F, Turners are to give an entertainment in
f- that town on Monday evening. We understand
that the Wheeling society has
accepted an invitation to participate,
ts The Reethoven Singing Society will
of have a concert and ball at their hall, cor;s
ner 1 lib and Mam streets, next Thtirai
day night.
it The Germania Singing Society is to
d have a social dance at their hall, "corner
;b Market and 11th streets, May !kl, and a
)l social picnic on the Fair "Grounds on
Whit-Mondav (May 2.1).
The Mrennerchor Singing Society will
t- have a general meeting for the election
in of officers on Monday evening next.
is Attention is called to the advertise:t
ment which appears in our columns this
morning, of a public sale of valuable
building lota in Wheeling and Martin's
i- Ferry, by Wm. D. Cabell and A. Moore,
d jr. The" sale will take place at Walnut
i- Grove, Martin's Ferry, next Saturday.
il The Ludlow base ball club, of Cincinnati,
B. F. Shott, manager, are quartered
at the Stamm.
1, * * *.
ie The Opera House billiard parlors and
r bar room are being remodelled and
changed into a large bwr garden.
The Abbott Cohcekt.?The most in- i
tereatingand attractive entertainment o(
nolo performances given in Wheeling
during the season was Mi cm Kuima Abbott's
concert, at the Opera House ln*t a
night. This thoroughly American young I
la-ly roused un enthusiasm such as has a
scarcely been witOMsed in thin city, al- r
though the audience was of rather email :
dimensions. In her concert lant night I
Miss Abbott captured her audience, and d
ita unconditional surrender wan in no
wise discreditable, living due to an irre- r
sistible force. Her first song was a composition
by Ooinez, entitled a ballata,
which means ballad, but is a very dill'erent
composition from our ideal ballads.
It is a composition in the old JIaydn or
Mozart stvle, with Italian ornamentation
at th? end of each phrase, and from the
first it grows in elaboration and In inter*
est. In response to the encore, which
leaped into life and apparently into immortality
at the dying awav of her last
bell like tone, she gave "Mollie Bawn,"
discovering Iwautie* in that familiar song
never before dreamed of by her audience.
For an encore song it excels the
"Swanee River." Her response to the
encore of her other solo, a ballad of ex*
quisite pathos, by Sullivan, entitled,
"Looking Back," was the familiar "Auld
I.ang Syne," which she sang so charmingly
that attention was enchained to the
last note. Finally, when she sang with
Ferranti the famous Kntaplanduet from
The Daughter of tht Ilegiment, the hall witnessed
the rare spectacle of two insatiable
recalls to the foot-lights at the close of
Bringnoli gave, in his unparalleled
tenor, a song, "Calli Nativi," by Arditi,
which whm encored; also a ballad, "Love
Once Again" (perhaps for widowers), by
Sullivan. Nature undertook to make his
11 |>erfecl tenor voice, and she tilled her
contract. Ferranti Hang his cotnio songs
w ith his thumbs located with conventional
humor in his two vest pockets. There
is something manifestly out of place in
the singing of Bufl'o songs in Butl'o style
by a man in the full-dress costume of a
gentleman, but Ferranti has an admirable
baritone voice and was recalled on
both his songs. The Chickering piano
wiw iirtCMi, :iiui Air. Lii."o, uie soto pianist,
struck the key* in the correct order and ,
time. I
TiikTwo Own a nh.?The "Harrison ,
Two Orphan* Combination" attracted a
very hir^e audience to the Opera House
Saturday evening, and when the time tor
the curtain to arise had come the beautiful
temple of amusement was tilled almost
to overflowing. ,
Miss Laura Alberta, as "Louise," the .
blind girl, gave a portrayal very citreful j
and realistic in the extreme. The rendition
was a true conception of tenderness,
helplessness and misery, and was at times
so very true to the text as to become almost
painful to the audience, if not to the
lady. j
The "Henrietta" of Miss Alice Harris- j
on is u very pleasing and truthful char- ,
acterization, natural and denoting culture j
and study.
Mrs. Jennie Wells as "La Frochard,"
is perhaps not as repulsive nor as fero- (
cioiis as the part requires, still the con- >
ception in not a weak one, although there
in room for improvement.
Mr. G. W. Harrison, as "Pierre," the
cripple, renders the part acceptably
throughout. There in nothing overdone,
and the transition from the weak, deformed
hoy, to the man strong in hit* love
lor the blind girl, willing to rifle life and '
asserting a noble courage, is gradual ,
without straining and easy.
Mr. Harry Ellis has a splended con- ,
ception of the character of "Jacques ,
Frochard" and makes all of the character |
there is to it.?Cleveland Herald. i
This company appears at the Opera ,
House on Monday and Tuesday evenings.
Endorsed by the people as a safe, reliable,
harmless, and cheap remedy. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
TiiEdisplayof Summer Silks at75e per
yard at Blums' excel anything in the cit v s
at $1 00. ^
Do not forget that we are still selling
Jeans Pants, lined, at 75 cents.
No. 34 12th street. >
Goon nil wool Pants made to order for
$5 00, at II. Frank & Bro's. <
Wk never advertise what wo have not
in stock. So you may rely on it that no
matter how cheap we oiler goods, they '
are to be found by calling on us. Come
and sec our all-wool Cashmeres at 55 eta.
per yard. It will surprise you.
1. Blum & lino. j
Tiie finest Neck Wear in the city, at
Kline & Adi.erV.
No. 3112th street.
Fifty different styles of all wool Pauts
made to order at $5 00, at
II. Frank &. lino's.
Men's and Boys' Wear.?We have
given special attention to our Cloth Department,
and oiler unusual bargains in
Boys' and Men's Cassimeres, Cheviots, etc.
1. Blum A: Bno.
II. Frank & Buo. make a specialty of
milking good al! wool Pants to order for
$o 00. Call and examine and convince
0 ? ?
Why is it that I. Blum A: Bro. can sell
cheii|>er than any other house'.' To thin
we will say that Mr. I. Blum, of the firm,
is residing in the East, where he in at- ;
tending every large sale and owing to the
greatly depressed market is buying goods
for ItM* lli.in ttin nptitnl rnaf .?f mimnfun.
lure and the firm here ofl'er them for sale
nt a small advance, ho we advise our
readers Id give I. Hlum Urn. a call.
They will Hurely nave money.
TvKMFMBEK you can buy the line Manhattan
While Shirt, with linen front, for
$1, at KLINK & ADLER'S,
No. 3112th street.
12 Jc, 121c, 125c, 12Jc.?That black and
while Skirting at 125c is dirt cheap. Only
25 pieces at that price. Do not delay if
you wish nny of it. i. Blum & Bho.
Excellence, cheapness and satisfaction
guaranteed to all who purchase
clothing of Frank Bkos., ,
40,12th St.
Ladies' Dolmans.?The latest out for
ladies' wraps are the Dolmans, of which
1. Hlum and Bro.have a large display in
black and cream color; and as they manufacture
all themselves, it is useless for
us to say that you can buy a Dolman nt
1. Bluni iSc Bro.'s for a great deal lew
than the material would cost. They
oiler some as low as $11. l.adies, go and
see their display. Over twenty styles to
choose front.
Frank Bkos., the Clothiers, are deter- j
rained to ?ell more clothing than ever '
this spring ami to this end have marked
their prices at the bottom market figure.
Help for the weak, nervous, and debilitated.
Chronic and painful diseases !
cured without medicine. Electric Belts
and other appliances, all about them, and 1
how to distinguish the genuine from the
spurious. Book, with full particulars,
mailed free. Address Pulnebmaciieh
Galvanic Co., 292 Vine Street, Cincin- '
nati, O. SiVw-eow
Black Silks, Plain Colored Silks I
andSummf.rSilks.?We have purchased
very heavy of the above and at very low ,
figures. Come and seo them, It will i
cost you nothing. You will certainly :
say (bat our $1 00 silks are a gem.
1. Blum & Bho. i
Latest styles of shoes just received at 1
L. V. Blond's.
Call and seo the all Wool Casaimeres '
at Thoa. Hughes & Co.'st which they will I
make to order in a fashionable manner i
for $20 per auit.
ircm HoUtictloim-Wo Lead on I
? 11 Ik ii rrlflM Knle No More In
Competition ddied l?v Kline & Adler,!
it their new utore, 31 Twelfth atrial. A
ew wore left of those line liuiiiicna Suitit
$5. All-wool Scotch Cassimere Suits
educed to $0 50, Children's Suits nt I
2. iiood Calico Shirts 150c. All-wool I
.'assimere Pants $2 7o. And everything I
town to prices that suit the times.'
lie careful and rend the name and I
muilier. Kline Adi.kk,
34 Twelfth street.
Kxtraobdinary Bargains in Pianoh
IN? ORGANS.?Oar readers will hardly
redit it when we tell them how low :i
irst-class Piano or Organ can be bought
it Adams ?S: Lucas', 1227 Market street,
for Initancc:
A line carved Knftbe Piano, seven ocaves,
as goal as new, for$37."?; lirst cost A
1750. I
An elegant rosewood Piano, carved
egs, seven octaves, (can not !* tohl from I
i new one) for $26Ti; first cost $.'*00. ^
Other good second-hand Pianos at from
M0 to $150.
Splendid new Pianos of the best makes. _
ncluding Steinway, Knabe, lla/elton and I
)tliers, at from $100 to $1,000. ^
In the line of Organs Messrs. AdatnsiSc
Lucas sell the Mason Hamlin, Smith,
American, and several other makes, ut
the lowest possible prices?from $85 to
?300. Souie venr good aeconddtand Organs
as low as $-ff) to $00. Altogether, a
wtter variety can not lie found in any
music store.'
Terms of payment will lie made to suit
ill responsible parties, while for cash a
rery liberal discount will lie made.
Wi! overheard the following rhyme
rom a young lady, la?t night, as we
tassed ? street:
Oh ! it i only wrro a man,
I would luuk ni'at and trim ;
I'd often rail at Franks' Clothing Hall,
And buy in/ clothlugof liiui. P
llli new spring aults arc beautiful,
Kvrrr inntlirr'moii thmilil knnu .
I'd roro on* when ho went to church,
And tu did brother Joe.
Owing to the tremendous rush exjieri?ncod,
hi) usual on Saturday*, at thin chinblishnient,
wo have engnged additional
lalemnen, ho that customers will not l>e compelled
to wait. KfMjHTtfully,
Kkank iS: Buo., 4*5 1'Jtli St. J
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School Hats, 25 cent.", at Speyer Bros'.
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets! It is a
veil settled fact that the cheapest Carpet1'
and Dry Goods in the city are found de
it J.W. Feuiiei/H, ur
Corner Main and 20th St.
, M , mi
For a tine flat, go to Speyer Bros.' Cc
See the old'and reliable Taper Hanger
if yotMvant work done; 20 yearn' experience
in the principal citien of the Last
ind West. Leave orders at thin otlice or
I'. 0. Box 25. W. Lowndes.
4 ? m
Try a pair of the Vienna KtupresR Kid
,?loven, in all shades and colors, for only
"0 cents, at S|?eyer Bros.'
The finest shoes kept in the city at ?
L. V. Blond's.
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Goon Corsets, only 50 cents at Speyer ^
New Goods! New Goods! Just received
11,000 yard.-* of line chintzes in the
latest styles,one yard wide, which we will
<ell at 10 cents per yard. Also a new lot
:>f Carpets, from IS cents upward; 10^)00
bolts of Wall Paper, cheapest in the city.
I'all soon it you would secure bargains,
it " John Koemer's.
ITalic Brushes, 10 cents at Speyer Bros.' L
Goon Black Kid Gloves for 35 cts., at
J . W. F?kREL'n.
Hemmed Handkerchiefs, only 1 cents,
it Speyer Bros'.
Ik you want to get suited in a pair of ^
?hoes go to L. V. Blond's. ^
Hamburg Edgings, 4 cents a yard at
Speyer Bros.'
- ? m ?
A fine assortment of Kid Gloves at 50
:ents per pair, just received and for sale,
it G. G. Koth's. O
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Two button black Kid Glove?, only 60
L-ents at Speyer Bros.'
Break down in Prices.?Dress Goods
' cents, Black Kid Gloves ."?> cents and
L'nrpets as cheap aa 15 cents. Tbev have
to be wold to raino money now. I
j. W. Ferkel.
Sash Kibbons, 10 cents a yard at
Speyer Bros.'
At Swabaeker's the finest assortment of
Parasols in the city, also received second
<tock of children's and ladies' Hose,
latest designs.
For a cheap Hat, go to Speyer Bros'.
'Just received, a lot of Children's Shoes ?
r>f the latest styles, at L. V. Blond's.
IIamduro Edgings and Insertions, only r
1 cents a yard, at Speyer Bros. '
Two Button Kid Gloves at 50 cents
per pair, at G. G. Roth's.
Foil the largest stock of Trimmed Hats
and Bonnets in the city, go to Speyer _
Bros.' * JGents'
fine shoes of the latest styles
just received at L. V. Blond's. A
Dry Goods verv cheap for cash, nt <?. * 1.
Break down in prices of Dry Goods P
and Carpets. Now is your time. Call
and price. (Sol to cell.
J. W. Fkuhel.
- ? 0 - Ask
for those elegant English Didgon-.
als for spring overcontfl at Thos. Hughes
& Co.'h. Now is the time t.i examine
their stock while it is fresh and unbroken.
Special inducements to cash customers. tr
* * i?,
The Very Latest.?Ladies' Princess
Train Skirt, new shatle* in Kid Gloves, 111
extra line Embroideries, new Veilings
and Torshou Laces. L. Snvau acker. jl(
Titos. IIugheh & Co. have just received
a fresh lot of Worsteds, which they f
will makeup into suits at the very low K
price of $25. Call and examine them.
The cheapest shoes in the city at IJ
L. V. Blond's. c('
Corsets at 50 cents, at g.o. Roth's.
Something quite new for Hugs and 1*
Splashers, the latest in Worsted anil
Silk Fringes and Trimming Silk*. Scale
Buttons, Black Spanish Net Scarfs, Lace h
Bibbs and Fans. L. Swaiiacker. '
New Goods for spring wear received
laily at Tho.s Hughes AiC'o.'n Merchant
Tailoring Establishment. All Wool
I'assimeres will lx? maile to order in suits .
for $20, same as usually sold at $25. I
False Impression.?It is generally
supposed by a certain class of citizens,
who arc not practical or experienced, M
that Dyspepsia can not invarildy be cured, p
but we are pleased to say that Green's
August Flower has never, to our knowl- *r
wlge, failed to cure Dyspepsia and Liver
I'omplaint in all its forms, such as Sour
Stomachs, Costiveness, Sick Headache, palpitation
ot the Heart, low.spirits. &c., I
iSec. Out of 30,000 dozen bottles sold list -f
year, not a single failuro was reported, cl
but thousands of complimentary letters
received from Druggists of wonderful
cures. Three doses will relieve any caae.
Try ij. Sample bottle 10 cents. Kegnlar
Size 75 cents. For sale by Logan, List ?&
I'o., and Lnughlin Bros. A: Co.
Of Wheeling, W. Va. Aesett Over Quarter Million Dollars.
J. N. VANCE, President. T. P. PHILLIPS, Secretary,
M. REILLY, Vice President. I. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Sec y.
D. W. BURROWS, Genoral Ageit.
j. in. VAiur., iivan nr.iy, J. r. OilAWAJllUS.s,
UFO. ADAMS, J. n. HOBB.S, .1. 0. nOFFMAN.
Yanklin Insurance Go's Agency,
The largost Independent Inauranoe Offlca In the State, repreaentlag over
This Agency, being Independent of all Board combinations, Insures all olassss of
slrable property?both Fire and Marine-?t reasonable rates. Its Indemnity
isurpassed, adjustments liberal, and promptness In payment of losses recom
ends It to the patronage of tho public. The Agenoy comprises the following
North KSi'itibli mid Mercantile Ins. Co. ol London and Edinburgh
Firo Association ol I'liiladelpliia.
I nion luNiirnncc < oinpany ol Philadelphia.
Western Assurance Company ol Toronto.
Iliilt'ato Insurance Company, ot Buffalo N. Y.
Mobile I uderwrlterfT Association, ot Mobile, Ala.
ICritlNli American ANNurauce Company, ol Torouto.
ICojal Caiiadlau Insurance Company, ol Montreal.
fe'Jl T. I?. PHILLIPS, Agent.
silver Lake Flour House.
.ouisiana Sugar, Molasses and Rice
?,000 Packages Lake Herring
:,000 Packages Nos. I, 2 and 3 Mackerel.
.??-examine oi k stock before buying elsewhere.-*.
Nos. 1412 & 1414 Main Strut.
m tMMK bi.pr6
Having necureri the services of J.nkuomvanck. | w.*.hcoiiks. |a.<?
8 Foreman and Manager, we arc now pre- VANCE & ADAMS and Q. D. KNOX & CO.
pared to do all kinds of
Manufacturers and Jobbers <>f
"Mm.,, Boots and Sil0eS'
Encaustic, and No.l30lllaln8t.,Wlieellng,W.Vi
Stipple Work. 1 ?"
w, tl?l? Peabody Insurance Co.
acta for Painting Public and Private
nildingB, Builders and Contractors arc WHEELING, W.JVA.
vited to call on us.
We are also prepared to do what this city
is long felt the nt'i'it of, viz, ' ??? 1? ? ?pll?l - ienuine
rinks, and on Car^o rlnka uii Westeiti waltn
v means of which all cracka in walls and
filings are entirely obliterated. DIRECTORS:
Alonro 1.01'liiKi A. M,
ALONZO LOKIN'i. ? ?? '
... J. V. I.. ItOIMiERS, Bec'y.
i. W. PAULL&BRO., QI [}
II Jin I it Street, , .
>UILLIP UK A ILLY| Squara liar Soap It tlio molt economic*!1
I'reaalng and wrapping uru of ?" I1""1, \ ,t
No. 1140 Main W? llo.sn.oo.'. Bloc., J&,1taltSli iu ;
diu thla patent U that they allow an expansionot !.V.nl ""'J ? j'o?>??rair* 1 ?1? n/''. i .. > (
o wood lu the Uaket, biU prcfont It frmn falling ri?o itylo In which thl??n.?P??'? .
mrt, >o that in cue of a rraorat the Casket will *** ?? "j",1'1', ,:
ifound entire, Instead of In plant, as It kood superior Hoap at mucii i.u* '"? 1 .
ould bo without tho uwof the "Corn?ra." Onion f.oU *r,? ??'* I'^lng '
r funmla promptly attends 10r.M ^///'). S/^Vr" '
) ACON, LARD AND PORK ^ia^ur'wL'ufv
J fe'JI-SAeow
!>?ter llama, "
Extra Sugar Cured Hams, CI INK FUBNITUBE,
.S. C. llroakfait Uacoii, JP
"' "s'lThhoaH,,,. VtrJlTAlXS, OOBMCM * #??
I'Uln Shoulders, v EDMUNDSON & SON?.
Mw tori, ?.
Urai?TI^,B.m^H.ltlUmKK*., IM; 139 LIBKBTY STEKKT, PnTtBCBS .
id Hall Palls. Our own curing. For sale by

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