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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, March 07, 1881, Image 2

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tillMn t WUKlUMUi lt&K M7?
Our Sew Uuitrwur.
The 1.itki.uo?nc.eh inlenda to ileal witli
the administration of tho now Governor
x of Weat Virginia in tbe came spirit of
ittiruerb and liberality that it haa dealt
with the KdH ami ricommendationa of hiu
predecessor#. We rccogniae accomplished
heta, aiid while wo oppoaed the election
of Governor Jackson with warmth and
zeal for tho reaauns net forth during the
progreasof tho canvas, yet now that he
ha? beeu duly chosen and inducted into
office wo recognize in him as much an in
any of hit predeceaaora our lawful Chief
Magistral**, who*o position ad euch we are
in duty hc uial to respect and uphold in
tho intaroataof law and order, good aov
ernnient and the puouo weuaru. m uu iu?
na Iho nc.v administration may deserve
Well of public opinion il will be our aim
to mo npeak of it, ami wo Iruat that Gov*
ornor Jackson will huvo no caiiae to regard
our criticiama of hia views and act*,
ui theao may front timo to time be manilasted,
aa dictated by partisan criticism.
Jt ia for the interest of the State?the
whole body of the people?that he should
approve himself a wise and worthy Chief
Maoist rate, and cortaiuly he ought to have
no ambition to discharge the truala committed
to hia care other than in the inter
euta of all of his fellow citizens, to the
ran!?h of whom lie must return juj a private
citizen at tiie cud of hie term ol ollice.
It ia not, perhaps, strictly fail to prej?di;o
the tone of an administration by
the iuaugural deliverance of a Chief Magistrate.
There havo been linns who have
made very happy apecchea at the outuet
who have long before the ond disappointed
the jiint expectationa of the people,
tfair words are not imfortunately Kiiaran?
ttkia of acceptable acts. The new Gpvernor
of AVeat Virginia has certainly not uuduly
exerted himself at the outset to condilate
the opposition nrrayeif ugainst hie
election. Ilia party frienda cannot complain
that he has not maintained a very
rwMud luort of partisan hauteur in hia
inaugural address. lie did not forget to
remind and assuro them that lie wan a
Democratic Governor, and couid lie relied
on aa ouch. The forma of expression
chosen uy the Governor leave no doubt
that he has brought with him into the gubernatoralofllce
considerable of the spirit
of hid canvass au a candidate. Of this
fact wo are not disposed to particularly
otnplain. Of course the (iovornor is )a
Democrat, and if tho expression might
not eoeni discourteous (wo do not
mean it in that way) we would
add our opinion ihat he is a Bourbon
Democrat. NVo recognized in hia canvass
a very decided typo of Uourboniam?by
which we mean a provincial and non-pro
Krenalvo H?t of personal prejudices and
partisan views. We think ho holds these
views Urmly to-Jay, and wo rather approhand
that wherever occasion arises they
will bo neeti and felt, lint wo shall not
decide this point (tit tho outset. Wo will
wait and sen what sort of n chief magistrate
Governor Jackson intends to ho, and
reserve our comments for the proper occn*
sions as they may arise. Ho has' httf opportunity,
and it is for him to make tho
wont or best of it. Ho hay it in his power
to make a bread and liberal Governor?
...l.n ...ill l.,r.,aa It.*/, liio ranntnmorula.
tions, into hia correspondence, and into
his intereourHU, the spirit of improvement i
and progress that Wont Virginia bo much
need*. In bo far ah ho chooses this courso 1
and illustrates it by words and deeds, he
will have our commendation. In so far 1
ai he drawn within narrow lines
the influence and powers of hia ollice
we shall not hesitate to express our ,
disapprobation. However he may reirard
himself rb the choice of the "miijority,"
we slinll regard him 119 the Chief Mugls* 1
train of tlin wlmln State. mid 11a (hn mm nf
all others who is bound po to boar himself
an to secure without reference to party the <
utmost possible Rood of all the people. ,
This is hie sworn duty, Ilia obligation is
not to IiIh party hut (o the State. No man
who properly appreciates this obligation
will ever subordinate it to the "will" of
that "majority" which Uovernor Jackson,
ns we understand him, rooms to regard bb
the keeper of bin uonscitnco. Mnjorities
are often in the wrong. Our fathers re*
cognized this liability when they clothed
the executive of tho nation with the veto
Until.??
any other chief magistrate can afford to
proclaim in advance a surronder to tiie
will of the majority. Hitch io not
Mb oath of oflleu. However often
iio may reiterate that ho is the choice of
the "IntelliKont majority" of the people of
West Virginia, anil thus draw an invidious
line of comparison between those who
supported and those who opposed -his
election, the fact remains that his obllgn
tioiiH are not thereby lessened to the
minority, lio cannot allbrd to net on any
such assumption. The people who opposed
him nre just an intelligent ttf? (huso who
supported him, and havo jtiBt as many
right* to ho regarded, nnd are in all
roapecta entitled to the same measuro ol
consideration. If Governor Jackson nctR
upon any other theory he will simply dieregard
the obligation he ho has assumed,
and lower himself in tho estimation of all
right thinking citizen* regardless of party.
Ukam.y Kt. Jacobs Oil Is a wonderful
remedy, writes Mr, Win. Iteinhart,
Klinore, Wis., for I could mention dozens
ol raseR where it has proved its magical influence.
One case in particular I will
state: I know a man who suffered with
Ullfltllimtlntn fnr ll?i? lan?
and of late he could Imrdly move around,
After using n few bottles of St. Jacobs Oil
he waa entirely cured,
Wotttlcrltil Itmttll*.
Kobort Bubbock, Uettftf Kspids, Iowa,
writes: "I liavo used Dr. Thomas' Kclec*
trio Oil both for myself and family for
diphtheria, with the best results. I re* ?
gard it hs one of the best remedies for this <
diseaen, and would BO no other." J
Pope A Bitlau, druggists, Cedar Hspide, <
lown, writps: "We have never sold snv
medicine that gives such satisfaction to ,
the enstomers and pleasure to the seller of
Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil." Laughlin
llros A Co., agents.
Ihc form. 1
The beet form in which electricity ia em* '
bodied is Dr. Thomas' Fclertrlc Oil, a (
sovereing and highly sanctioned specific
for rheumatic paini, snd a thoroughly reliable
remedy for all affections of the
throat and lungs, used paternally and in*
jercally. Laughlin llros. A Co., agenta.
UKLLA1KK.
All Ilellair? vu arouaed about " O'clock
Saturday morning by a loud explosion. Everyuue
leeuied to tlilnk hia own bouae had been
struck by an earthquake. The Kiveruide
blast furnace at Benwood was almost hidden
by a cluud of duit and suioke, and all aorta of
reports were btarted before the truth was
koown.
Chris. Bipptis has been made Major Ucneial
of the failver llook Club and haa appointed
Gua. llardenslein Chief of fciUtfl. Of course
. .illi'aru r,( that rutilr mllut riili> hnrMfthapk. hilt
the ouly animal the club poiseasea iu an elephant.
Edward Uobinaon, u resident of Bellaireln
war times, new of Cinciuuati, baa bten here
some days engaged in selling pau-uta. Mr.
Uobinaon can tell many stories of the doinga
of the rebel element here.
Mr. A KicbarJson, who ho* been the agent
of the Baltimore iV Ohio Kxpreas Coiu|Muy
ever ain e the organization of that institution,
hcing about to leave us, Joseph H. Grafton
bua been appointed to the place.
Alexia Coj>e, now of Coiumbua, was in town
Saturday.
Fred, DeCiroote, a nephew of Mr. Mayer,
baa arrived here from l'aris to clerk with
Mayors Klott.
ucurne ttuiiki:* is uuuiii wi uctf w uujiut.v
on lain own account by opeuing m tin shop in
the Second wunl.
Carter vs. Huyden is the way the Ctttholic
rune onte.it now stands. i.hria. Conner*, Mr.
Haydcii's former opponent, haa withdrawn.
'Ihe siimiu# of the Twilight lilee Club, of
Martin's Ferry, ut the Second M. K. Chuuh
(colored) Saturday evening, was highly appreciated
by the audience. All who attended
the aocinl hud an enjoyable time.
Miss l.lz/ie KiUpatrick ia visiting here
among old friends.
The Independent haa revived the matter of
fencing the Public Square, and thinks a petlUon
should be started ao that the work can
Ik* <iuiw tliH U'ml'HiH cut lit) the Soft
ground in the spring. If it were fenced, it
could be plowed while soft, ami sowed with
.wine sort of gra^a seed that would Keep down
tho dust, enrich the ground and keep the
place from being an eye sore. Tho soldiers'
monument will he built in the spring, and
how will it look with a desert behind it?
h. l. Anders jii, Dfputy Inspector of Oils,
has a remonstrance in circulation here,
against a proposed change in the present law
about carbon oils.
I'rjf. Tito, the weather prophet, will ho in
Hellairo and lecture on tlu lfJtli inat. If we
could only get him to arrange our weuther a
little better while he is here. Ilia advance
agent stayed here over Sunday.
Mr Luccock did not disappoint the high
expectations formed from his first sermons
hero; but preached at tho Presbyterian
Church, Sunday, to tiie satisfaction of all we
have heard expresi themselves.
Mrs. Mitchell, of tit. O'airsville, is visiting
Imrson. John Mitchell. Harrison street.
Alomto Miller, Jr., uf Uolinont, isclerklng
ut tho dry goods store of Wiley ?fc Wetherahi.
Kd. Murgun, of South Hellalre, was home
Sunday.
If bt, CJalrsvllle completes hor arrangements
for tulephono connection, it aoems ul*
together likely with eighteen subcrlbersof
the nectary twenty already subscribed,
Weilaire lawyers and others will put in tele*
plumes where there are none now. This may
make the requisite number to secure tho
opening of the central oillce h?re all night,
A fairy story, gracefully written bv one of
our young lady teuehors, appeared in Satur*
day's Independent, signed "Mona."
uravel iliil is to havo a bakery and new
meat shop.
Win. Windorn, tho new Secretary of the
Treasury, is a cuusin of Mahlon Craft, the
jeweler.
Mrs. J)augherty died instantly of heart dinease,
Saturday evening. Bbe had gone to a
store uftersupper and taken homo some provisions
for Sunday, Hhe sat down and died in
a few minutes. The ftiuerul will take place
Monday forenoon at 10 o'clock.
Father Jucquet, who at one time was located
as Driest here, will probably preach at
tit. John's Church one evening this week.
Mrs. oimmons, of Cadiz, has been visiting
her daughter. Mrs. C. N. Allen.
Mrs. * ranch, a sister of Col. Pooriuan, lectured
on temperance at the Disciples Church,
yesterday afternoon. The church was well
tilled with an attentive audience,, and Mrs.
French entertained them well.
An immense crowd was attracted Sunday
afternoon hy the shouting of one Hardy,
whom three policemen had in tow, on tue ir
wav to tlio lockup, for lighting on Union
direct. At one lime he hacked into a doorway,
drew a knife and defied theollicera. He
sleep* behind the bars.
Mrs. itev. lleinze, being bitter, there was
pr*aching at the German Church Sunday.
Thirty-second street Is torn up by an extension
of the sewer from the alley, at Baron's,
to the new bank. It. C. F.
Where for twenty years a person had
no movement of the bowels without uiedl?
cine or mechanical moans,a month's use of
Tutt'a Tills completely restored tlio bowels
to natural regularity. They are composed
of innocent herbs and are incapable of
hurting the most delicate constitution, yet
Biue to cleanse the bowels and blood of all
impurities.
1IIKD.
(litAY?On Saturday evening, March S, 1881, at
8:15 o'clock, J ah rs U?Ar, In the 4Gtti yeirof his age.
Tho funeral will lake place from tha rcildcnce of
lila mother, No. 418 Coal atreel, on Monday afternoon
it I o'clock. Krlendi of the family are reapeitfully
lu*ltcd to attend. Intermont at Mt. Wood Cemetery.
*
PETKltP-On Sunday eronlntf, March fl. 1881, at 7
o'clock, Jamu I'xtbm, In the Stfth year of his age.
Funeral notice to?ntnnfflw.
ftiiSM
VP Hlllial 111 IIBIIIIIEI V
Z*01t
RHEUMATISM,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
and Aches,
No Preparation on earth equal* Ft. Jacoiw On. as
n *??/># mre. Hhnjilr and rlirntt External Hrtnctly.
A trifil entalla but tho eottl pamlr el jr trifling outlay
of no I'rtitn, and every one Milfrrlnjt with pain
can nave cheap ami positive proof of Its claims.
Direction* in Sloven language*..
BOLD BY ALL DBUQQI8T8 AHD DEALERS IN
MEDICINE,
A. VOGELER & 00.,
llnltlmnre, V. B. A,
TtMm TABLB.
Wheeling and Elm 6roy? Railroad.
On and after SATURDAY, Notraber III, 1M0.
?rt on tht Whaling and Rln Orote R. R. will ran
ui followr Cant *111 leare the city, (corner of Market
ind Eleventh itreeta), and Hornhrook'a Park at
'6:20 A. M. 10:10 At M. 1:10 P.M. 6:20P.M.
7:00 11:00 1:00 7:00
7:40 11:40 1:40 7:40
?:? f 11:20 P. M. 410 8:10
19:00 1:00 0:00 9:00
9 40 1:40 *40 *40
8?ndaya eteented.
f()n Hundayt two cart will leatt Hornhrook'a Park
it 9:00 a. ra., and city at 12.20 p. m., to accommodate
hureh *oen.
nn?l> .!(?. ftl.EEFT. Fnp?rlnt?nd*nt.
JU8T OPENED.
A Fine Slock of
Chamber Seta and Wall Paper.
jwrin rmnunii,
1*1' tin Mtln Itrwt I
MEW A0VEBTISEMEHT8.
otbayed-a small black and
>0 too terrier dog, antwerlr)* to tlte duud ot "Skip."
a liberal reward will be paid (or hla return to lt?!2
Mai Met attwt mb7
117 ANTED?A FIKST-CLASS WAGON
IY maker, one who U j{mh1 on heavy ami lltfht
work. A )oui.k man with a ait all lain! ir profernd.
lllgbMt w?gei paid. Call at corner of Tweuty-luu th
auu Murkat atrMta. H.JfcXI.lFttliZ mt>7
^OTICE.
Any pcnion baring a
Claim Against the Steamar Phaaton
Will preaant aawetu
M. K. DILLON,
m!>7? No. loo FHte' ntb atreoi.
J^LKKOT IMPOKTATION.
Decorated Dinner, Tit and Chamber Sell
In utw thapea and dealgna, wblrb will be told at low ,
PrkC"' J. H. KINKIUBT,
1216 Mark.t bl., oppoallo Now MuLura Uouao. |
i?h7
pRESBYTEBIAN SOCIAL.
The laJiea of the First, Second and Third I'reabjr*
terlan Cburcbea will hold a
Social la thi First Prtibyltrlan Church on
Tuiiday Evening, March 8,
At 7:HO o'clock. Ailiiihiloo, 10 cfoli. lltilruibmcnla
?iTVnl. All art) Ipvl'rtl. Ulll7
Regular Tuesday packet
(or 1'arkeraimrK, rouwroy, < iulilpolU, im k
Iruutoo, liuniiiiKiuii. I'uiuiuuutb. Mam- LJfcaSLig
villi*, tMocinitnti mid LouUville, thovBKKB
elegant piuneiigor atisamur
N1.VV' ANWE-J ( HAS. MTIILKUAN, Matter.
Mack Oa?ui.k, Clark.
Leave* Tuesday, March 8, at a p. ui., poal?
lively. 1'.ajti'iigtin and freight rac^'lpled through lo
allpolnta W?wt uud tiouth. i-ur ire'glit or puaaaga
apply ou board or to C. 11. tiOJTLl & HON,
?nb7 Agenja.
|l/l||Trn A CATHOLIC MAN OK
Wi/flPJ I I" 11 vcod bualneia diapoiitloo and ileady
II fill I LU haiiita. Aluat tr*vol abort UUUncea
In lection in wMch hs'mldta. Ap..i
-iti. r.l.,,,,,,,. i? UfcMZlGEK BKOTHEIW, I
3lf'Brttttdway, New York.
rf> n n A YEAH mill exMQM* to agent*
3 / / / Outfit Freo. AddrMar. 0. VICJ&EttY,
Aunmta, Malnw.
' <tQQQ 11 7?ir (l) AnenU iiml czdhiiim. #0 outllt
rkb. E. Addiou F. a WAIN A CO, AUKi'ttn,
M?. mh7tiwyAw
pUBLIO BALE OF
Valuable Real Estate.
I will Mil at auction at tho front door ol the Court
j Homo of Ohio county, on
Saturday, March 12,1881, at 10 a m.,
My property on the South Hide of Market aim t,
I Wheeling, being lot 113, In ChapHneand Vofl'aaddl*
tlon. The lot hu a floatage of ??( ferl, a dep'h of ll!l
(lift, and hu om It a commodious hrlck residence to
perfect order. Titlu warranted puled.
| i khmh? Duo-third ch*h and balance In one. two
and three yruri, bearing Interest and properly socurml.
JOANMA AMMAN.
W. H. Hai.lkh, Anclhueer. mh7
OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
MONDAY, MARCH 7.
THE NEW VUIIK
u?
Madison Square Theatre Company,
lu Steele Mackayo'a)Oreat Comedy Drain*,
HAZEL KIRKE!
Tbla beautiful touted/ drntua, now In llaie*oiid
year, la atlll bolt)* performed In New York, where
It hna already achlevwl (he Longcat llunon Kccord.
Original New York Oust.
Dunatan Klrke C. W. Couldock
Ixird Trarors OuiUvui Uflok
I'Utaotii (?re?Mi W. J- Forguon
Aaron lioduuy Ileniy Averting
Harney O'Flynn Kd ward Coleman
Metbasaieli Mlnglns Kdward II. ?ce
Joe. a mlllnr U. M. Kdwardi
Pan, a miller Joaeph Wateri
Huxel Klike Mlw ElUe Klla'er
Dolly Dutton Mlu Annto Kllsler
Ijidy Travera Mri. Ceclte Uuali
i Mercy Klrku Mra. Carrie Jamlaon
Clara Mlia Oaborn
Admlaalon SO and 75 tenia. Il*aerTod loaU llt'Now
on aalo at F. W. Haunter'a uiutlo atore. nibS
MUSIC BOOKS Q
fob SCHOOLO
Noii?mon
icboola. fly L. 0. Kmerion. Una a great rarloly
of cheerful, genial, mimical annga.aueh km tbe glria
and boya must like, and alto a good elementary
Among our older nnrt standard School Hons Books,
that are atlll favorites, and in constant dennnd, wa
mention Whip-poor-will, M) eta. Mocking Jtlrd. 80
ctf, and Golden itobln, 60 cts., all by W- 0 Perkins.
"VVelcomo Chorus.
(11.00.) Tho latest hook for high schools, academies
ami s-mlnarlea. Hy W. 8 T'lden. la ?f tun best
character, and well fitted to follow thoin inns', iuc*
efs'ful fKxtkii. th? High School Choir, ft. and the
Hour of ilnglcg, f I, both bjr Etnerson and Tlldcn ;
and tho l aurel Wreath, SI, by W.O. Perkins. Wo
nlao mention Ktuorson's Wuartota nnl Choius*a for
Main Voices, CO ots., just out. sa n good book for prie*
tlce in high schools, scademlea ami colleges.
Opsrettas and Cinlatas for School Exhibitions.
Coronation, flOctij Culprit Fay, SI; Fairy llrldal,
M eta.; Flower U icen, new. 7.1 eta ; Ousrdlan Angel,
fiOcts.; Hour lu Filrr Land COcts.; Mlracleof Hoses,
do cK; Little Hi Pmp, CO eta.; Maud Irving, fid
rts.; New Year's Eve, CO cts ; Threo Llttlu Kittens,
AO eta ; (luarrol Among Flowers, 3ft ct*.; Hprltig Hull*
day 00 eta., and ClndarolLu, 60 eta), ara all lively and
pretty cantatas.
Lyon & Healy, Chicago, III.
OLIVER DlTSON & CO., Boston.
C. H. DlTSON A I o., J. K. DlTSON A CO..
841 flroadway, Nsw York. 1228 Chestnut St., l'hila.
fpMMThAW
BRITISH POETS.
Wo are In receipt of about 200 yjtutueo. initio up of
(be following ilntiiiitrd nuthuis, coupfoto iiLdiuUre.
H1IAKF8PEABK, IIUHNH, HYHON,
MII,TON, WOOD-WOHtO.KBATS,
IIRMAKB, PttOCTOH, INOKI.OW,
FUPK. HHKf.LKY, CO! KttWOB,
"MKHKD1TII." CHAN Chit, DKYDKN,
HOOD, SCOTf.
Kirorlto Poetni. Hellihui Poetnl.
HOMfR'fl ILIAD, tXJWPBH,
UOilKU'd Ol'YBftRT* MUOI4K.
Knch bound M>par*'c)y, In largo 12 mo. rolumcij
large type and good paper.
Price, pt-r volume, plain rdgee*. 75c
Price, per rolume, gilt edges and rtd line 91 00
Send to any adilreti FBEK on rpcelpl ?f prlre, and
money returned If not eatlilaclory, Order while the
tcck In complete.
Stnntou & Dnvonport,
?ha 1.101 Market Hireet
108EPH IIARRIH' NUB8EMM
tl MOUND8V1LLB.
75,noo Apple Treea. two, three, four and Ore year
5,000 f'enrh, one (from bud) year.
8,000 Plutni, one and two yeara.
5,000 Qtilncee, two end three year*,
8.000 Cherrlea, one and two yeara.
60,000 ErerRrp?ni, moatly Juniper, from one to On
feet. The above are thrifty and In good condition fot
trantplantlni. Will aell m low ai the loweet Correaponrtem*
aollclted. Addreae, HAMUBWMII*
LBR, Moundivllle. Noraery la one mile vmt oi
MonnHaTlllo l>*pot. d?7-r)iw?
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
DbTAKTUIB or TTHKHL1RR TIB*!
A. M. A. If. P. M. P. M.
B. A 0. E. 8:40 19:16 fc(S
OtBl.O.Wf - ? 18 11:15 1:83
W.P.All. Dit .. 6 25 1:40 6:10
tt, A Pllttf 6:10 11:06 2:00 6:08 j
P.M.
P. C. A Ht L... 6 83 9 27 1:1J 4:81 6:12
RT.T.ft W 12:43 I'ftM f4:M i
Al>IT*t.Of TIAIHE. |
......... I A. M. P. If. A. If. A.M. P.M. i
B,4 0,B.B..,WWJ 4SO 10:10 till.
Out. O. m? U:N 9:40 P(M6 '
W. P. AB. Dlf 11 01 flj jo
CUt, A Pttti 12:28 6:46 7:8*' 9:?j
A.M. A.M. P.m. r. M.
P.C. A8t I*..*.*.... 6:87 121 13.01 4ilt tl!7 ,
C.T.T. H 510:10 2;M |7;80
Dallr Mrrpi Sunday?Navark Aetwam^auoSr* 1
tfltrawnvlll* Arrommo-Utlon.?Thlf train durtni '
the da/ p*mk? harkward and forward totwwn Mar" '
ttn'i FVrry ?nd Mlatra, ??rptn? ?h? winlrM at
Bheman Rohm, jBtnavllla. Writ WhMllni uf
Ontri Hill. i
lUrlrhiTllln Attommodatlon. I
tOanal Dotor Accommodation.
DRY COODS.
3ST IE "W
SPRING GOODS
JUST OPENED.
Satin Duchesse,
Satin Marveilleux,
Satin Surah,
Silk Surah,
Satin de Lyon Brocades,
Silk Brocades,
Si<k and Wool Brocades,
811k Warp Henriettas,
Black Plaid Organdies,
Madras Ginghams,
Alsace Cloths,
Whi*e Goods,
Embroideries,
Prints in Spring Styles,
Hosiery,
Neckwear,
Lisle Gloves,
Ruchings,
Bead Fringes,
Cords and Tassels,
Beaded Passamenterle.
?
A FUL MNE OF
ladies' Cambric Under Garments
?AND?
CHILDREN'S CAMBRIC DRESSES,
Mada Etpioially for Our Trtda.
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
fnlp
0A8 AND STEAM FITTING.
QHRI8TMA8 PRESENTS.
THOMPSON &HIBBERD,
No. 1314 Market Street,
! Havo now lnitoro i iplemlld assortment of
Chandallers, Drop Lights,
Fancy Shades, Brackets,
Bronzes, Fixturos, &c?
Bailable for Chriitman Present*, to wblob they in*
Tito tbo nltcntlou of tlio public.
All onlora for Plumbing and Gu Fitting promptly
attended to. df2Q
WANTED
TY
BVKRYBOD? TO OALL AT
Trimble & Lutz's
PLUMBING' K8TABLI8HMBNT,
1-118 Marliot Street,
Anil examine the LUTZ FATKNT
Iron Hydrant & Street Washer,
THE BK8T IN THE MAItKKT,
fn..... ? unilnul vlthont nti
JHUjr win im infiniiiu it i>u??> uitv,...p ? r
fonr pavement or yard. nov29
HARE A HON., I
Practical Plumbers, Gas & Steam Fitters,
No. 33 Twelfth StAll
work done promptly at rwwonablo prlCM.
J" !
J.JOLIDAY HOODS,
^NE PROP MOOTS AND rORTABI.ES,
CHANDALUiHB, FANCY BRACK*!*, Ac.,
Suitable (or Preienti. Call at
LUKK FITTON'S,
d?4 No.l4'6M?tmtrMt.
PHOTOGRAPHY.
j^UOWN'H SPECIALTIES.
Do jou want a doaen nice
Cabinet Photographs for 13,
The tame as other gnllerlca charge f0. MInette Cards
75o per doaen, at
f?20 BBOWN'8, Market atreot
QRAND RUSH.
Minottc Photojirnphs
OnlT 75 ccnl? per Down.
PLTJMMER8.
t?l,l nag Main itrMt.
AHTI8TI0 PHOTOGRAPHER,
I2(tt MAmerrHiBMT,
fpjg uppoalto McLuf* Home- _
J_|IGGIN8,
THE PHOTOGRAPHER
42 Twelfth street.
jrit .
QRAYON PORTRAITS AT
mh> VP. 3154 MAIMUTRKKT.
1DUOATIOHAL.
MJIPJIIIIL
I mmIi c?li>nd?r In nil tMehan; u>
MDM for OH Jf*T from ilru lo 99001 non-aaetarlan,
llbml, Ihwoufh. rail Urn k??IM *?p.
I?mlt*r l?i( IBM), itlandanw lait jurfrom 11
BonntlM ?l Wirt TliltnU ?ad Iron I BUt? and Tar
r,'v"or nttlonaa and other Inloraalloo applj
to Ika Pmffttt, J. B. rhorapooH, MortMU'n.
Wm**t
|j<RANK N. wli^OX)
ARCHITECT ft SUPERINTENDENT,
Cr?nklln tninm** nmnpiiif'r Balldlm Twilftb
itwwM. _
B~OOK ANDJOl! PRINTING?ATTHB
1*11* Intflllffno-jr Job Of?M yon r*n *?t til
rlndlM Rookimt J?h 1'rlntln* on tbea'iortMt notlej
i Mil lotctt F?lw V li In th? bfrt Ityl# of thMfl
Met* ?od 17 h |f}*Wll M?
POLLACK'S STAN
&2S&
i?H
M)NE GENUINEwiUu/ut
my Signature:
Jt&S, '(nefeaMbfftota,
Augustus
Tradaifek&.Fi
WARE HOUSE : Wat
mucrs Sim
IS HANDLED BY THE FOLLOl
WHOLESALI
Meuri. Brannum & Sons, Bridgeport, 0.
" Biker &. Alexander, '
" Bier & Sons, Wheeling.
" Egertir & Co , "
" Hubbard, Paull &. Co., Wheeling.
" Laughlln t Co., "
11 Maxwell L Uhoin, "
Nelll & Elllngham, "
THE BOVEBEI
By Metiri. Joe. Speldel & Co., Michael I
Egerter
UNDER"
TT-NT-n 1JI I?> m A V?I
V_y -L.N JL^JU.LV JLUE
UNDERTAKI
1428 Marl
One door North of my Livery Ofllce, you will
at any lime, day or night, lie is a gentleman
ness. He ban Telephone Communication ai
Parties telephoning will please call "A 62 ' It
tion will be given to all cases of undertak
given to
EMB AI
Folding Chairs furnished to parties wish!
undertaken in Kaateru cities have.
i>M
MISCELLANEOUS.
Peter Henderson's I
1 l.? COMBINED CATALOG UK OF
Will be Mailed al1 ufl? aMlJ bV H
H Onr Experimental ?ronna* In H
fiflulilch wo tout our Vructnltlo mid M
Vlotvor Herd* nrontoNt com pine) H
Unnd our OroenliotiMcn forlMnnU M
(rovcrlntr il norm 111 KlaM)) aro M
ilio lur?e?t In Atnorlcu*
PETER HENDERSON & CO. |
| 33 Cortlandt Street, New York.' [
Ak Aarnla Wimlrd. $8 nllnf nimlo
ffl\ in "r*r""" FAMILY
DAJ^UUmU dl M'AI.I'- Wrlatm imlnUnib*. Itntnll
WW9 Vhju rrlfn. *1.00. T?m.im|>rliie Atenti.
w 2#nJuMKiiiiubtiAlJt C'?m tUiclimai^Q.
JJUGII SI880N A SONS,
Importcra, Dealara and Matiufacluroraot
MARBLE STATUARY!
Monument*, . Mantles,
Furniture Slabs, Altars,
Tile, Tombs.
I IO Wc**l Hull Imoro St.,
And Corner North and Monument Bin,
Drawing! atid fill in aim ftuoialitd free.
BAl.TlMOlHf, Ml). te2S_
gLAOKHMlTUH,
CARRIAGE MAKERS,
WAGON MAKKRA,
Utiy your atippIlM at
JACOB SNYDER'S '
1405 Main St.
Bpeofalties? Perkins and Walker Horse
3ho?*, Pntnam atid A. H. Hni'w Nail*, hp 17
qcean fare reduced.
From TTambunc to New York and from Bremen to
New York er Baltimore,only 120 from Antwerp
to Philadelphia or New York only lift, Including
me*la. For farther ptrtlcuMr* call at
II. F BftHRRtW,
2317 ami 2219 Market glreet.
Telephone Wo 70. ft22
D. C. Libt, J a,
Pork Pnekcr,
oeW ? FOtRTBKNTH RTRBBT,
jqr. t. 0. edwardsPHYSfCIAN
AND SURGEON,
Chaplin* and f wantj*?eeond HtrMta.
MTCalli by telephone aniwrred promptly M all
bowra. ita? er n??M IwH
rpHK PLACE TOGO1!
yon ?re In t hnrry for printing, U to
The Intelligencer Job Rooms,
?r?fV <n -vwl ?tfln nnow *Vav?m( ???(#
SHIPPING TAGS.?WE ALWAY8
hart on hand a full llo# of t)RNHl80lTR .1/f/A
PIMff FA US, ?blc.L ?f frojirpT.nrry! to print at In wed
prtort. JT.K\V A C,vMri<F.L!,
M and 17 roartMfltt
4
DARO TOBACCO.
... ?
^' S"N ''S ^ UT"",KE ^
Follach
ickugo patoctod,
crSt. WBEELINGIW.VA.
IDARD TOBACCO
rVING CITY AND BRIDGEPORT
E HOUSES:
MtMrt. I. A. Miller, Eiq., Wheeling.
Michael Rellly, Esq., "
" Rhodes & Co., Bridgeport, 0.
" Spledel & Co., Wheeling,
" Simpson & Rcld, "
" 8mifh. Jno. L. &. Co., Wheeling.
" N. Sohultz, Esq., "
ON FINE CUT
lollly, Esq., 8. Dier & Son. mil A. C.
& Co.
rAKINQ.
23R/S IsTOTTCE.
" tt1 3 ca
JUJ kJ
NG ROOMS,
i
tot Street,
find mv Undertaker, Mr. W. 0. OAKDNKU,
i in every respect, and understands his bualnd
will iinnwer calls promptly ut all hours.
. Lukn's Livery Otllre. The very best attenlug
given into his charge. Kspeclal attention
,MING.
ijiB'theni, I Imve everything that flrst-clnw
ROBERT LUKE.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
FALL AND WINTER
stock; i
Having bought oar stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE WOOLENS
Both Foreign and Domestic*, before the rise
wo therefore offer them ?t
OLD PRICE SOllior
Woolenn at Tiowest firnt-cliuo Merchant i
Tailors' Prices. We ctrrjr the
Largest Line of Goods In the City
And our Uet-Upe are First Claw In erery
reuj)eoU
ALL WOOL KNIT JACKETS,
Ami a full line of
Gents' Furnishing Gobds
Persons desiring anything In otir line will
find if. In tlmtr Internal In uramlim nnr ulnnlr
before purchasing elsewhere.
O. IITCSS Ac HOIV,
Cor, Main and Fourteenth Ste.
well
PIANOS AND OROAN8.
QAU1) TO THE PUBLIC.
LUCAS'
Piano, Organ and Muilo Store,
Mo. 1227 Mtrkft ilrwt.
DfWHV A T UVMAITAY II
MUlUWTaUi J.VJQAU.V V XXJU 1 I
On or about March 15th (o
No. 1142 MAIN STREET.
Until which tlmn 1 ort^r my prnent ateek of
PI?no#i UtMha, Mflllo and Mualcal InntriiinMt* at a
law reduction. Intrndlnn purchaieri call at onco
and Irarn ptlew acd easy ternsa.
Wg r. Y. I.UCAH.
QltEAT BARGAINS IN OKUAN8.
2 Swim! Hand Ma?on A Hamlin.
1 Kwntiil Hand ?>lonbft A I'elton,
1 Second Hand flplemlld Eurfka.
1 Flna Double fired, Ptlnre Mflodeon.
Remember alao, you nn tat any pleefl of ?h?t
tnuilc yon want fur half price at
BHEIB'S MUSIC STORE.
rahl W, 1 welfth Bt, WA*nntnTow Ham.
piANo moving,
Pertoni ?l?hl?n their piano* rtrtfal'y moved or
bot*l will rl??*? iMfe ordtrt with
P. W. BAUMF.B,
whl . jyoiMiukwtftrfft
FaW printing*1th
MetMef. nmtnm >n<! wlthjfWl
rtpldUj, ( the IUTBLUGBMCBU JOB KOUMB.
DRY COOD8.
DOLMANS,CLOAKS
ULSTERS
AND
Children's Cloaks
Just opened. All the latest styles. Having
made arrangements with oue 0/ Uio Largest
Cloak Manufacturers in tlie East, we are
able to olFer to the trade the choicest, an well
as the Best Mods Block of Dolmans, Cloaks,
| Ulsters and Children's Cloaks and at less
Prices than ever ottered in the citv. These
j goods are made expressly for ourselves. We
only ask an examination of our stock before
purchasing.
DRESS GOODS!
Our stock of Drew Goods is unusually large i
and embraciug all the Latest Novelties
Brocades,
Brocatels,
Cachemera.
Silks,
Velvets.
Plaids,
Suitings,
Cloakings
Blankets,
Flannels,
Cassi meres, &c.
DOMESTICS !
we are muring mi ivowrauui ?u uh?hj
Reduced Prices. Wo are sole agents for the
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 Carpot Department
we will oiler Special Bargains for the next
Thirty days.
Remember the Name and Number,
STONE & THOMAS,
(1030 MAIN STREET.
TIF PFARI SHIRT
I lll? I RaMllfei Winn
Ai this Is the aeawn of tho year Ihtf Gontleuico
usually aupply themaelvoa with
WHITE SHIRTS
Wu would remind thoiu that wa toll tho
"PEARL,"
Tho Beit Shirt Manufactured, It It made o(
Wamsutta Cotton
The Hommi ftro Throe-|ilj of I.lnen end the lit la
guaranteed.
IP 11 I O E # 1.
For dale only at
J. S RHODES & CO.
AtfOiitH for
Bazar Patterns, St. John Sewing
Machine and Maytvllle Carpet Chain.
InSHALL, KENNEDY & CO.,
1110 MAIN STREET.
AMnTUTD DAD?AIM
nnuuibn unnunm
50 doz. Silk Handkerchiefs, 21 in.
25 centa each.
Just received, 100 Ladiei' Gum
Circulars. 50 doz. Misses, best
quality, cheaper than ever.
Double Width Wool Momles for
less than jobber's prices.
Special bargains In Table Linens,
Napkins Musllnsand General Housefurnishing
Goods.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery at
low prices.
The largest and best assortment
of Dress Ginghams in the city.
Black Goods a specialty.
MoKeholl l/nnnnrltf JP. Pn
mui onaii, iiGiiiiouj ML UU.
mo Mfiln St.
M*
YOUR LAST_CHANCE!
On arcount of not hating doted out our ?Atire
itocIt of
Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets
In th*? Im! nlitT tiny* we will continue opr cfotlng
nut nln ft.r thlrtv data Innsnf In vhlrk lltna Ik.
entireatnck muit I* wol?J
ItetftirdlcNM of" Cc>Nt.
Peraoni dwlrlntf *reat lurralni ihonld take advantage
cf thlft opportunity ana makethelr purehnnee
*t m early a date m poaaible. We atlll have aome i
Carp*ti left, alio remnant*, which w? will Mil far I
Mow coat, or their prraent value. Call loon. <
liters UY *
No. 1101 MAIN HT.
N. R.-Peraon* Indebted tome mint nattle their .
account* hy Marrh 2Mh, which la the longeat time
we can grant to matt aettlamenta, mhl I
TRUSTIES' SALES.
rBUSTEE'S SALE OF VALrTSr
MA USIUUL COCk'TV LAND AiiU
By'lr^oUdraUl uu.t ln)ui'u,OT, ,
in iiuJeriliiura Iralw, ,Uti J ,he l J.W' ?
hnuary, In th?? ymr 18??, racrinled iinnn, , **?? a
I.: laud rw.oiJi ui &l inliitll County ^ !'* !-b?
a dual ol Uu?t book So. 2, loll.. 435'I5m-J
HON DAY, tuk Hth Day o> m 4 UfU A ,,
ttUe Iroot door ol Uu> Court Uouw in Uh
Jb o couuty, W?l Virginia, cuwmJ"
/cluck. *. iu., rru'ctd to icU at Public aL?1 l'
tan atijlicst suit i?at blJilfr. ih? l?ll??tot 3?S "
r?ml Wi.an, or $0 turn h ib<vn.t ?* m?v b,, vL r
wth..debt-cutni 1,,Mia <iii.1,ff .
icertMd Istarwt ibareou and Ua 1f ??
jludlni? the Trst^'i rQmmfuton.uuthi
noma (arm on which tin* ui<l Uvnry K?ii* tk?
ildea. turaarljr nUtl U>a Qul*l.y hg? LZS
*?londw4 Ml b.ll4tu acre., luort oRj^l
laacrlbod m Mlowi: Joining Hamuel am.h
:aai alda on Hotauibar mb.,18.15. ..,1?."a">?
amiUoaod data Jotoltjji MUonheldw', un ,h **
indB?Dj?mln McMtchen'a hem on th**5,,r)UIh?
uid Klley'" on the north, twin* the iam?,l,rwi
l.n.l ..I -hl.h CtlirlM K?...nl? ...J *W# "Vt ,1
ouvcjruUll their lulerwt to ihu uia llVwJ'i1!'1
jy d*?d 4?ted on th? ltflh .ur of NoTemVl , u
ind mounted lujoM I be public u,,a J.4'' I
thai I ? ounty, W??t Vlriiult. and of whi.i, ?h*'
U. CfcldtlUud Wjllell. Ubib.m
u.d .<ouT?j?d ttt the wi>l Iteur. Kt-luon!% *1
t**?/ *7 <lwd dateU on th? 20lh U4jr?, K.brui/
uid r?c?dod among a-dd public uuj i,*0rd, ?7^
inotbrr lr*cl of lmu>l In tald county, bbund^i
InoM ? i?Uo?t k,?U>Llc< ulirCto
jharp'iruu with B.gu'a ruu, aud with mvau7? *
Mill run north M?, twi noln, Mutb HI ^?u
...lot lo it lavch uu tba ?Uti of tbu i uu, ?u.l JuT*1
[it, 1W3. lornuro! John DAtldun; th?nco
Inn, which waaou 4prU Ul, i?8. t>ui(.i*iUui)?,V
ion, ?outh 0 <? |wIm lo a chtMtuut, lvr. ?r f*
ieorito bharp; thcncu with what ?tu Juriiu.
iharp'aHum Oj W pe.dt weal lo a iiuuoln the u*. 1
Sharp'arun; thcuce dowu tin. ruu ?iih ulP 1*7
iura uorth 85* U po'ea, north Jo .e^iT ???*
lii'cl iuImu, conuliilnt; 11 am*, J igudi ,ui *
IHMM. Alio, another tract u( lain! In mj . 4 *
bounded and d*acrlt??l aa lollowi; BvuinnJ,?
was April lat, IBM. thfl mouth oI phan.'i run *h,?
li loll luto tbu udl race of the Mw-wllf J!
;i73, weat 20 |>olca to i atone In the middle f
ruu oiuoaho a arciuioro tiee; ihei.cu Wmii*
louth &6r, w?t ?kM? Jo u l?unluH' white ik ?
tho fence on the Inoch near the t?p J I"
lIu'iu'K with fencoaoutu'il (*aaia>f ,(1 , ?'?
utf aiah polva to a hlikurj; |JJ8
louth i4 , weat 18 r.olra loa atuiuji o feet , 'irtk "f'
Iran lug white oak, aoutli no , wiat |j imu,
unn wiiin xt u h?.j ?i
duwn dralo aoulh W' eaat 17 |xii?<m to ih<- fju i!
Sharp'i run; Ihenca dawn mil run north ;i
21 Vj noli* to forka o( th?* run; thooce u. rth -i '!!;
20 poleaj tbiute uor|h M , i?at 6 pel.*, ihailoa '7*
BH i ?Mlpoloa tothf j.l ceol bot;iuuiii>r, ?uuuiJ!
Iqr 10 acre?, 1 rood iuu 21 perch*, the twoi,*.:!
laixl lent mentioned iwlii.; tho ?hiuo miiti a ui?i .jr
?ey?l to tbo Mia Henry ktlu i.y BrDjauiin i,
Meclwo. by dead d?i?jd April let, iwu, nil ???
among tnn public land rtcorda if aai.i wui.i*. i., 72
book Mo 10, iMgo 171. ^
Tkkmh ok WAUJi ?One-third of tho puri-ha* i..gUt
or eucb greater amount thtreof ui'i> hun-hawr u
ilea to pay, twh In band, ihe nsi.lu.. ti. i?0,J2
yearly payuawiita, with lutoieat from ii?? ol ult .Vj
tbedtfurred pay Blent* tu bo eocur*! by di*J oTirii
do tbu property a old.
Ja31 ?E?. B. CALDWKLL
Tninit.
rjlRUSTEE'S tiALK.
By virtue of a deed of fruit nude I.y William Am.
itroug tu the undviilguvd tru*(? ?-, iUk.i u>e l ih?n
of Match, 1870, and rtcordtd In tliuotllc.<<>f ihtl >{
nf tbe County Court of Ohio rounty, In Ui?ii of trua
b xik No. 16,ppge ID, I will m>II at pm,|l, |u# ,
tbe front door of the Court Homo of Ohio <ouui'
Weal Virginia, ou
tf ATUHDAY, &IAKCII 20, INJI,
At 10 o'eTock a u., the following *|?*,r|l*| ^
ratato, flat All that certain lot lying and hriu^tttt.
aled on WIhh-Uii* maud, initio city of tuwiui
ntiranereu eignteen l'?>. irontiiiK on iiutoo Mrm
Iblriy fMl and running cl ?>?n width on? Uuuw
and twmtjr feet (120) to tho alley, u|<m which u
meted a good twoitury brick Iiuiim**, tunuirirg.?
alz rooms with all the uiolirn liii|>ri>VHmiiu.
Also a certain piece of land Ih?uihI.?i |,t h,to
(treat o<i lite l.a*|rOhlt> street tn tlm North, 114 |.f
tho lend of Kbenher Kane 011 1 h?? *<>uth m,j ni
laud ol Alexander Uobluson on tho West, ku??n u
the William Armstrong tract, formerly u??-| M ,
brio* yard, which |dw? In (250) two hutxlHiti
twenty leet wide, and (3I0)tltr?>u liumlrisl ui.lijm
feet Ions, cx? cptiun (I) one lot fronting m, Huro
treet (80) thirty Iwt wide and ruunlnu Uk ij,
one butulred and twenty leet, which liu tan n?trt?>
fore aold.
Theahore deac'lbert properly will l>? sold mi
wholoor In parcels to aolt puichaiera. Sin.
A. Arinilroug will loin In the ixtc-utlonhf th?<r?4
ol conveyance for tie purpoto nl passing dower ruki
Tmhmi.?Ouc-thlrd of purchase tn< tic*. or urn
if III* purchaser m alert, in cash on dsy ol iilt.iu
hn'nnco in two e?|ual Installments at twHrt m
eighteen nioniha, notea bmrlng Intercut tol *
for delorrrd payuieiita. Tilio to la retained utu.
payment la mad* In full. The title li t?rll*v?s| i.,t?
ixrleot, vul lollinv ai trumr?> I MialltouTajr unitu?
tltlu veatcd in ine bj Mid deed if trmt.
110 lit 111' M.UWHAI.l,, .
fe22tu Tru.ift.
rjinusTEK'a SALE.
Hjr virtue of a deed of truit 111 aile by EJnrt
Miller and Ktniua Miller to inn us Tnutfr, ditM [>?
oember Bill, 1877, ronorded In the Oflh* of ihM'Iri
of the Oouutjr Court of Ohio County, Wwl Vlrjtuli,
in deed of trmt l*cok No. 13, |hko1 will on
SATURDAY Tint I'.'rH imyoyMAK'H, imi.
oamuiouciuK at 1(1 uVlulk a. lu., mil ul the f'unl ow
of tho Court Ii iiiM of oald county, Ilia lollowlig d*acribed
|>roi>?riy, Hut la to my:
A tract of land on the south folk of MrKlnltj'ie
Caldwoh'* run ?JJolnlng landH of i a?per Hint-r. I'?t?
Kotth and others, and liouuitod a* folium, twilt
iifKlnnluK at a white walnut atnniltiiK on ihMdii
aloe of aald rue, about four (1) |>o)m audlouriti
feet from the run; tlietira north ail, cam 4<|Hilnuii
atake, corner to Wolf and Keith, and >tnti<Hmt to tW
corner of fence; tfcruco loutli 11, out V.polnWi
beech trco, corn- r to aald Wolf; tbemo ?outh
7 |K)lea to a while oik, cornor to laid Wolf uitH
jMirHpeerj thence with f-pccr'a line iMiiith '2i, witt S
poli'? to a aiake, corntr to raid Hpw; tliriiMKuti
4HX, out 10 jMiloa lu a heoch, corner to aald
thenc outh 1ft!*, weat 18^ polea to a Make, tb?M
aou'h 07, weat 10 iioltv, croiiltiK the run to a tuba
Alluiiu'a feucc; tliriice north 'J I, wot I* ?.< ! -?toi
mKfl in mo ronn nrir hip iuh, anu on inn nounm
of it; thence uortb 21, out up uiuill ratlnMt.*
twonty foot to ?t4k? or wblto onk; tbancf north J",
wwt 23 polf* to the txgianlny, containing ?'*mt ?i
ncrea and llilrjr-llrtt |*olen more or leu, l<-n?lhff ?itt
tbo building*, liupror*ai?*titM, ap|iurt<>iiaii< ? auto*
privilege al'ualoonur belonging to ml I tri'tcflul
Tho tltlo In better*! tot be good, but I will toattj
only tbo till* veainl la mo by gold <1 wl <>( irwt.
Tkrms ok Halk-Oiio tl In!, anil.uiort' II the ps
cbaaer lo elrot, uiab on day ol nabs thn laliMU
two (U ial IniUlluienta at alx mid twrl*# iu.:i U
note* liwlrg intwrn>t to teglrou fur tlMrfrn*
payment*, and llio title relaintd Until peymtttk
Ulndt) in full.
WM. MNClf, Trail*
W. .T. W. CownKS, Hiilicllor.
PBINTINO._
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