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Published dally (Boodeys excepted), raiw, ciMPBKLL a Himr pbJpbbtobs, At Not. X and 27 Fourteenth Street TOUCH OF DAILY: One copy one year...* 001 Three months. ?3 00 b x mouths. ..... 4 001 One month. 75 Delivered by canters In city, 16c per week. TKEMfl OF 8KM1WKKKLT: One jeer J3 001 Biz months ^.>1 U TKRMfl OF WEEKLY: One rear .41 60 I Six months. .11 00 Greet reduction te Glubt. Send for sunplo copy end circulars. Addrm, FREW, CAMPBELL A HART. inttUnff, H'. Va. [Entered at tb" Postoffloe at Wheeling, W. Va.,ss Mcond*cbua matter.) WHKKLINU, W. VA., MARCH 7, 1W3. Wlmt CuuKrew Did. The Forty-seventh Cougrees left undone somethings which it ought to have done ?that in the habit of every Congress?but | it did mure conspicuously good things than any previous Congress had done for years. The Speaker was justified in siy login his validictory to the House, that the Forly-terenth had boen "peculiarly a business Congress," as on the opening day he had predicted it would be. Through a law passed by that Congress the country says to the Mormons and to the world that polygamy is an offense to be deilt with, and the law provides the means. The Mormons profess to stand in no fear and of the law, but there has been little time to develop its terrors or its weaknesses. A threo per cent bond bill was passed, and the funding of a large part of the public debt under its provisions is already working a great saving in the item of interest. Another financial measure of importance was the provision to extend the National bank charters, that the beet banking sys tem the country has known might go on without interruption. Letter postage lias been reduced from three cents to two cents?a reduction of one-third, a saving to letter writers and an encouragoment to business and the spread of intelligence. This is a reform which the people will ap preciate every day. A very great break has. been made in in ternal taxation, and whether the reduction under this head shall be $36,000,000 or $15,000,000, more or less, Congress has leg islated in the.right direction. With the ex ception of the spirits tax and one-half of the tobacco and cigar tax, and the bank circulation tax, the system of internal rev enue war taxation has been swept away. And it is to be borne in mind that to gun so just and politic an end it was goad legislating to pass the tariff bill. If oae fell both fell, and all reductions with them. It is to be regretted that injustice to any interest should have been put in the tariff bill, but it is some consolation to know that defects of legislation can be remedied, the more glaring the more likely to move Congress to remedial action. The Intelligencer has found many things in the action and inaction of the Forty-seventh Congress to criticise, but the certain good that was accomplished will far outweigh the possible ill. The Speaker well said, "All legislation has been in the nature of relief." It was certainly a clean Congress. If jobs were put through they were too small to attract attention. If we except the River and Harbor bill of last year, about which there are honest differences of opinion, and the unsupported free trade accusations against protectionists, there were not evon charges of corruption. Hon esty of intention ought to count for a great PERSONAL. Mr. Randall's opponents in the Demo cratic party are quietly chuckling over the poor figure he lias cut in the tariff debate. Congressman Holman, known as the Great Objector, is said to be anxious for tho Democratic nomination for Goveinor of Indiana next year. Tho Rev. J. M. Sutherland?otherwise "Senator Bob Hart"?has closed a success ful series of revival services at Yonkers, New York, and is now in Boston for a biief visit. Arabi in exile is a rnau of largo physi que, sullen countenance, and fiery eye. Dr. Fields, who bjiw him at Cyprus, was struck with the gravity of his bearing, amounting almost to sadness. Tho nomination of ex-Governor Austin Blair to head the Michigan Republican State ticket will, it is believed, go far to heal thennhappydiUerences which brought defeat to the party last fall. Judge John P. King, of Angusta, Ga., is said to be the oldest ex-Senator of the United Slates living, lie was born in 1799, and entered the Senate in 1882. His health Ib now very feeble. The Emperor of Austria intends to pre' sent to the electric exhibition at Vienna this year a pavilion arranged to demon strate the effects of electric light on richly worked draperies and embroideries. The Detroit Free Pre*i, the leading Demo cratic paper of Michigan, says that in select lug Thomas \V. Faliner tho Republicans of the State have chosen a man of wide cul ture and yreat personal accomplishments as United States Senator. Dr. Glenn, the California millionaire, was the moet imperturbable of men. He was naturally given to large and bold oper ations. Last summer his finest wheat field took fire, and a hundred thousand dollar crop was destroyed in two houn, but Mrs. Glenn said her husband slept sounder that night than she had known him to sleep for months. l'rince Krapotkine writes to his friend Elisoe Reclus, "the geographer and dyna mitophlle," complaining that the prison library at Lyons contains no historical and scientific works such as he would care to peruse, and Reclus makes an appeal for contributions of books, that the world may not be deprived of the Iruits of the im prisoned Nihilist's active brain. BREAKFAST BU60ET. The little old stone church at San Anto nio, Texas, famous in Amorican history as the Alamo, is now used as a grocery store. Fred Waite, who la to hang next month at Franklin, Texas, has sold his body to a doctor for $25, and is living like a prince on the money. Tho prohibitionists of Michigan have made nominations for tho university and judicial offices which are to be filled at the spring election. The Hartford Cournnl says that a child lont to George Williams, of Bridgeport, Conn., three weeks ago weighed a ponnd at birth: It Is ? healthy infant and has gained a quarter of a pound. J. G.Forrester, a prosperous planter of Albany, Ga., wrote to Ills flanceo asking her to chooM a day for their marriage, She replied respectfully that she would give Mm an MUM' tto oe*t d?y, Be learned from the newspapers the next morning that abe bad been married the evening before and bad gone to her new home. A Parisian lady advertises as follows: "For sale, a monkey, a cat and two parrots. Address Mad. X , Rue . As the lady is about to get married, she has no further use for these animals." It is a noteworthy fact that the depoaits in the savings banks in Ireland, which showed a decrease in each of the four years previous to 1882, gained during that year within a thousand pounds of the largost increment ejer known for a single year. In western Pennsylvania a church en tertainment known as the "mum society" is taking ^he place of the time-honored church fair) As the name implies no one is to speak under penalty of a fine, and the money thus raised is solemnly given to the Lord. The Maine Fusionists want to keep up the appearance of a union this year in or der to strengthen themselves in the town elections. They known they cannot do this by declaring openly that the party is Democratic, so the fusion disguise will be I worn a short time longer. One of the many strange episodes of the recent Western floods was the finding of an infant near Louisville floating in a cradle in the river. A man who was row ing around in search of wreckage saw the cradle, and on rowing up to it was sur prised to And a beautiful infant, about three months old, gazing up at the skv in open-mouthed wonder. The little wait was comfortably and warmly dressed, and had notreceived the slightest harm. Its parents have not yet been foutyd. Love and Murder iu Miiiu.' Exchange. Kven in Siam the course of true love does not run smooth. A Siamese paper tells the following "over true tale" of that distant land: "Ai Saun, aged twenty-one. became attached to Ambaang Waun, and requested elders to solicit the girl in mar riage irom her parents. The parents de clined the proposals. Saun, however, knew that Aindaang Waun was attached to a man Inlhe priesthood, named Chu'ey, and. therefore, ontertained bitter enmity to Chu'ey. On August 17. 1881, Saun, Saang and Kaut embarked in a boat and concealed themselves at the temple Wat tali. Itaut was stationed to watch the boat, Saang was stationed by the wall of the temple to watch the passage, while Saun, with his Hint-lock gun, loaded with shot, advanced to the room of the priest Chu'ey, and flred unon him. The priest survived the wounds inflicted only one day. The criminality of all parties was proved in Court Kaut and Saang were each sentenced to sixty strokes of the rattan and confinement in the penitentiary. Saun was sentenced to ninety strokes of the rattan and decapitation at the temple of Wat P'laplachai. He was executed on De cember 15,18S2. Three reasons why the Celluloid Eye Glasses are the best: First, because they are the lightest; Second, because they are the handsomest; and Third, becausn they are the strongest For sale by all the leading ! Jewelers and Opticians. mwfaw O?? ?r In aome Bin recently the ?r.M^r.i;rinh.b^0o? Stan^wgSB of 430 000) bad been fraudulently obtained, after litigation the contestauta mail but on application to M. A. uaupniu, Preefdent of the Louisiana State Lottery C6., at New oVle.il., La, obtained the number, fearn t it had drawn $10,000, tiled ? ?7.Vherrteht, ?ni after a proper delay Piadhpr money paid to tor Sluci!?????? one think thmt Uwr? arei on of lair dealing In the .wrt of human life. Mw - uitir ^?^rhe^ofherhn.Und.hc.d ?t Twcnty.wvcntli .treot, thi. ?11""00"* - o'clock. Interment tt Mt. Zlon Cemetery. Friendi of the family are invited. Hwert nho "lumbers, hor alcltnew in o cr. ThninvH of nor companion iHe need# now no more. Then we laid her lo reel. , ?trcct, on Tburaday morning .110 o dock. Inter mont .t Mt. Wood Cemetery, p-cvis?At Mingo Junction, Ohio, on Tuesday 5S???k "jttMiZtitom thoreaidencoofMn. Bridget KnnI* No. 222 McCnllocb .Hoot, thil "'f?0011.*' o'clock. Friend.of the family .re Invited. Inter ment .told Catholic rcmotcry. Baltimore inner. ple?e cirnr. j THE GREAT GERMAii REMEDY FOR PAIN. KcllevM and cure* B11EUJIATISM, Neuralgia. Sciatica, Lumbago, RArKAIWE. IIEJUIACIIU.TOOTIIACUK, S0?E THROAT, QUINSY, S\VGIXl>'W, hpbaino. Soren.lt, Cull, Brutm, IltOSTBITBK, MIRM. MAMM. And *11 other bodily acbW unit paiiM. fifty cents a botue. fxitit by .11, nratabu ?"i DfMlcm. ? DlwcUout In Jl Iunnua6>*. , ? . The Charles A. Vsoeler Co. llMWO ?? TOOMa ft CO.) ?btllimnM. Md-W.*- *? T K A V I11D K* Traim arrtre and depart .i follow^City time. B. * O.-Maln Un?-p*M W-l S? a ?. Mfc \ nl, 2 40 pm, 3 95 P ft ^JVn\ i?' w p'j. ll" DlT ? Dir.?8 2& am, 1120 am. 0 25 pm. 1 tr A l? ?DBrABT?610an\ 1040am,4 40 P m. iStf?-U is a", 5 W p nl, 8 02 p m. and ? ? a n>. P a* ST. U-DW.?T-?B a m,STSl. a, i h? ? fi7 n m 547 p m. Amiyis?U 02 a o, iSSSiSfAi&V.**,mI*" a <? T. V. A W.?Dtn ai-fl 85 a m, 560 pm. 12 m oVoimUp"-. A?iuv*-M0 a m, 10 ?5 a m, i MI n m- 4 60 p rn. , ? XTTHEELING and ELM okove b. r. follow: Through oar. la"!?* the city (corner Market and Bewnth?tr?ett),end iftamm'e, .1 ? ?MO..*. two iS 7:40 ' MO *00 ? S3" " 1:00 r.u. ti_ ?Prom the cltt. tFromStamm ?. nnll ?m ki Cam to and Ixom Pulton. ?fli20A.lL 2:20*. M. 7.00 M 7:40 ?' 8:20 " 9:00 " 9:40 ?? 10:00 " 11:20 - 11:40 ? 12:20 P, M. 1*0 J ?.w ?aim daw excepted, j |thW. dnnrintonrtwnt 1:00 " K40 * 4:20 H 5-00 M 6:40 " 0:20 ** TOO " 7:40 " s:2o ?: ^uyon&healy] . Stall 4 Monroe StfMChlMOOy-^ A l:?$&ssz\ Q'lUu. au?4ry I**?J 0<HiU, Iwuiwci????w4* l?ars?WM4 El. Am?Unf I kiudn Wd ? JCE CREAM. "loe Cream and Cake, fmh ererr day. Spedid Indncemenuotftred^*ai^i^ rjjUwJj Atai, jssa . Xeiephomow"*"4** 4-0 NBW ADVERT! B81IBNT8, ANTED?STOGIE MAKERS?iff* Ma 6 Vain Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. JOB* miT XITANTED-TO BORROW 11,000. FOB YV Flreyear*. secured by flr?t mortgage on a valuable (arm. Will pay reisonable internal. Ad* dt?O. E. cxrfl of thl?office. mr7? JjiOR RENT. That eligible Borinea Stand No. 'A30 Chaplino Mrtot. Laree, conveulnir flnUhed Store Room, W'lUi tin lit rooma and i'inUhsd Atic. Adapted for Drug or other Btulnefs Home. Apply to aLRXaNDKK HONK.ageutand Broker, , J163 Market Street j warn Sash, doors, shutters, sasu yVKluHTd. Cord and Iroua. Cement, Pluter fart*. KnNaralne. Lime and Hair,-1 Fronts and' Unites, Cellar crating, Huo Rings, ifcc. *<rorders Uken for Lumber. Shingles, Lath. Moulding (trackeli, and riming Mill work ru every Kind. gTEP LADDERS, Ailalsss, from three to twelve feet, at the Hardware and House Furnishing Store of NE8BITT Atf RO/8, mrt IKl'i Market otroet. gEALED PROPOSALS. Owe* or Tux Crrr Wat** Board. V WBBiU.NO, W. Va.. Match 7,1883. f Sealed proposals will be received at tho office of the Clty Water Ikard unUi Tuesday. March 13th, 1M8, at five o'clock r. forfmnl binr and deliv ering to the City Water Works, Mixed Coal for ope fear, beginning onthoflrai day of April 18W. aymont to be made muntaly. l'^e contractor to give bond and security for the fulfillment of the ooutuct. The City Water Beard reserving the right to reject an t or all blda, mr7 ALEX. UPDRGRAPf, Sfc'r YOUK EYE8 SAV?' BT QETTIKO A PAIR OF "KING'S COMBINATION" SPECTACLES or EYE-CUSSES. The best now in use, and to be had only from I. G-. ZDIXjLOIN", JEWELER and OPTICIAN, No. 1225 Market Street. pfY.yet Fitted without charge. fp9 OPEKA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. SIONDAYi MARCH 18th, Engagement of tho Eminent Actresi, MODJESKA Dnder tho Management of Mr. John Stetson. Supported by a Si'loct Corps or Arllitj. One Presentation only of BHAKEBPEARITS FACINATING COMEDY AS VOU LIKE IT MODJESKA ? ? as - ? ROSALIND Special Notice. Rale of reserved reats bfljlns Thursday'morning at 9 o'clock, at Wilson & Baumer'a Mnslc Store. P>iCB-Orohestra and "rcM Circle (Reserved) SI 60 Admlwlon 51 fO; Balcony (Reserved) II no; Admission 75c. mr7 A I/emdtn* wnaoii i Physician c*t?bii*iiee -anonice In New Tork ?for tte cure of j EPILEPTIC FIT8.' Prom Am. Jonn>?tof Medleln* vt. At>. HMarai* ua? of London), who m>ku *?t*> eUltra*Eptl?p?7. bu wtlboot doubt trail*! *ii.l cur.J #?nre rwi than ?ny other 11*1 ns PhJ?lc,*n- '.'L./t ni uii tiM ilmpir boon MtoeUmog, we heve hwa er ..... nf ornr to Tcsn' lUndlni iBPMiifiilly wrt4 by hlT ?h? p0tfub.di-orfc'on tbL dl-o* wblcfi TKCB PACIFIC NORTHWEST! Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Offers the bert field for Emigrants-vis: a mild, oqtiable, ud healthy climate; cheap lands of great fertility, producing all varieties of Grain, Krultand Graces in wonderful abundance; an inexhaustible supply of Timber: vsst Coal Fields, and other mineral deposits; cheap nnd quick transportation by railroads aud river navigation; direct commerce with all parta of the world, owing to lta proximity to the Pacific Ocean. No Drouths, no Insect Pwta, no Hurricanes, Whirlwinds, or other Destructive Phenomena. The lauds of the Pacific Northwest ?how an avernfro yield ot wheat per aero largely in excess of that of Any other section of the United States. No failure of crops bos ever occurred. Oregon Wheat commands a higher price than that of any other country in the Liverpool market. An immense area of very fertile Railroad and Government Lands, within easy reach of the trunk linen of tho Northern Pacific R. R, the Oregon Railway A Navigation, and tho Oregon 4 California R. R. Co.'s and their numerous tranche* in the great Valleys of the Columbia and its tributaries, ore now offered for sale at low prices, and on Eair Terms, or open to pro-emptlon and Homestead Entry. The great movement of population to the Colum bia region now in progress will be enormously In creased by tho completion of the Northern Pacific R. R. and the Oregon Hallway <& Navigation Co's SBtems. This renders certain a rapid increase In e value of Lands now open to purchase or to en try under the United Slates Land Laws. For Pamphlets and Maps, descriptive of tho coun try. Its resources, climate, routes of travel, rates ana full Information, address, A. L. STOKES, General Eastern Agent, M Clark Street, Chicago, 111. Fob CAbll with Order] a No. 1 wood Pump, $3,Wt; do,do., with poM oelain lining, 15.. Pipe, 10c. per ft; cotinefctlou* 25c. each. Wells over 1&| feet use connections. 8.1E.BOTD, Wheeling, W. Va. FARM MACHINERY AND HERDS. of.ft:DM now ready for 0 spring sowing; alt new |cro? of VUtL Daatior the gardener, because relia ble. fend for prlco' list. Fhe leading and best lino of plows harrowa, culti vators, wagons, feed cut lers, corn aud cob mills, corn shellers, reapers, mowers, rikes, drills, fer flllsors. washinimash'ns aud clothps-wrlngors. 8. i. Bqtp,Wheeling. W.Va. A SURE CURE, Anil no Doctor's For* to Paj. Persons suffering from any disease resulting from a disordered condition of the Stomach, Liver or Spleen, in either tho scute or chronic st<ge, csn bear of an Infallible remedy for their troub!os, free of charge, by sending name aud addreis (including stamp for return portage) to LOCK BOX S5,Tiffln, Ohio. . COLORADO All about her Cattle Ranges, Ranches, Cli mate and Minos, SEND 91.00 FOR A YEAR'S SUBSCRIP TION TO THE Pueblo Wei come J 80UTK -PUEBLO. POL. CONSUMPTION. ?Undttir bn*? Imwo cur?1. Inilowl.fct itrnoglnmj EUROPE!!! COOK'S GRAND EXCURSIONS leave New York April Mth. J DBS liLJ uoe 1 llth osdJ un e?thi IBM. "coSts Excursionist, with Map*and full portico Un, bj m?U mouu. f&lO WIS 281 Rroadiray.K.T. FOB FRYING FISH AND OYSTERS OLIVE BUTTER HAS NO EQUAL It la more wholesome and eco nomical than Lard and is free from the pungent odor u?ualtoOoklng Olio COOK BOOKS BU iTKU. by the Principal of Hie Philadelphia Cooking School, mailed free upon application. WASHINGTON BUTCHER'S SONS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. lelt-WM DRY OOPS J. fllSHlISS SILKS AX LESS THAN Auction Prices. To all parties contemplating the purchase of a Silk, we would earnestly invite a comparison with some of the Silks at pres ent forced upon this market, through Auction Sales. Gall and be convinced. I Geo.E.Stifel &CO, 1114 MAIN SIBEEL Ml STONE & THOMAS. FALL TRADE For 188?. JXTST OPENED 1 FULL LIKES OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS! Silks, Satins, CASHMERES, BROCADES, YELYETS, PLDSHES, ?AND? SUITINGSI LATEST STYLES Cloaks, Dolmans&Sacques IK CLOTH. Lined Silk Wraps Ladies', Gent's and Children's Underwear, Full Lines. Gent's and Boys' Saltings, Ele gant Goods. BLAKKIBTS. Went Virginia Country Flannels, the best in the Trade. ELEGANT CARPETS 1 All Latest Pattern#?Body Bruweli, Ta pestry and Ingrains, Bogs. Oil Cloths, Linoleum, Window SLades, and Curtains, Great Bargains. Carpets Oat Without Extra Charge. Live GD-eese Feathers always on hand. We Court a Close Cash trade. A Lot of Remnants and Last Season's Goods at one-half their Value. Stone&Thomas lOSO Main Street. OC0 qR0CBRlB8 AMP TOBACCO, M. REILLY.i WHOLESALE GROCER, Pork Pact er, and Curer of the Cel- ] ebrateil "Hod Jiird" Hunts, Nos, 1309 and 1311 MAIN STREET, | WHEELING, W. VA. My own cute of Choice Smoked Meata delivered I direct from pork house ai Maacheiter. TUB LARGFBT STOCK OF GENERAL GROCERIES IN THE STATE. Sole Agent In this City for P. J. Bitter'* Fruit Button and Prawn-ei. Rumford'a Y? art Powder*. In bottles, Ward's Wonderful white Lily Soap. Ward'i Celebrated Electrifying Soap. Ward's Celebrated White Borax Soap. McNamara's Glory Tobacco. McAlpln's Onward Tobacco. Du boat's Sportlug, Mining and Blaitlag Powder. | Family and Bakers' Flour. McConn?UsvtUe Gold Sheaf Patent Blour, beat In I the market Kitchen Queen Family Flour. Baker's Gem-Baker'a Flour. bllrer BUr-Baker's Flour. fold TIMOTHYSEED ?AND? PHENIX PATENT FLOUR, 1,000 Bags Prime and Choice Timothy Seed (or eale. Phoenix Patent Floor always in stock. Try it It is the beet Headquarters (or A.KBUCKLE18 justly Celebrated COFFEE. FULL LINE OF GROCERIES. Otlltoawui. Jos. SpeidelA: Co. ie20 WHOLESALE GROCERS. Biggs' Patent Flour Is the Beet in the Market Biggs' Patent Flour Makes More Bread than any other. Biggs' Patent Flour After Made into Bread Remains Moist Longer than any other. One trial will convince you of its great superiority over all others. FOR SALE BY S.Baer&Sons, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Agents (or West Virginia, ja27 1412 and 1414 Main Rtreat. LENTEN GOODS! Sugar Cured Yarmouth ITerring. Potomac Roe Herring, Smoked. Frcth Mackerel In Tomato Bauce. Flndon lladdles in cans. Fretb Clams In cans. Devilled Crabs. Bardinca San* Aretes (boneless). Sardines Truffled, Tory fine. Sardines in Tomatoes, delicious. Bardlues In Mustard, good. Sardines in Olive Oil, choice. Marge Flls Macaroni, best brand. Baked Beans, Codfish Balls, Salad Dressing, ?*c., at SMYTH'S. j^ENTEN GOODS. Mackerel, Canned Salmon, Herring, lobsters, Boneltai Herring, Shrimps, BonelotJ Sardines, Clams, A. O. Sardines, Clam Chowder, Salted Palmon, Deviled Craba, Smoked Salmon. Sea IUm, Just received. OKO. K. MoMFCHKN. rjlHURBEE'8 GOODS. *. J. Pea, Marrow Feas, White Ileath Peaches, White Pear*. While Cherries, Red Cherries, Pine Aspics, Aprlcotu. Mushroom", Mushroom Catsup, Walnut CaUup, Windham Corn, Baldwin Toma* Uk*. Epecurlan 8oups, Brunswln* Souoa, at fe22 nKQ. K. McMKCHEV. MERCHANT TAILORS. NEW SPRING GOODS C. Hess & Sons MERCHANT TAILORS, Have removed to their new store, and are now receiving and have in stock a fall line of Fancy and S tapleWoolens BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC, Which we offer at PricesthatDefyGompetition Othor Woolens at lowest prices. We carry the largest lino of goods in the city, and oar Get Ups are first-class in every respect. A FULL LINE OF GENTS' FUBNISHING GOODS! Persons desiring anything in onr line will find it to their interest to examine onr stook before purchasing elsewhere. . C. Hess & Sous, mr2 No. 1321 Market fitrpet STATIONERY. gOME GOOD Bargains in Office Stationery! Bought at BHRIVER'8 CLOSING OUT 8ALE. 800 Qra Blank Books. ?>00 docen Flno Lead Pencil*. '180 drown Flue Swell Penholder*. SO groat bum Bands. 100 gross Assorted Steel Pen*. To be sold at oormpondlnglylow price*. STANTON & DAVENPORT, nrt No. lffll MARKET STREET. GOODS abbivino daily. BLANK BOOKS, . STATIONERY, WALL PAPER and ? FANCY GOODS. The laigeat ftock ud hot aaaortment Id the city. Bold retail ?t wholesale prlcea br Joseph Graves, ool9 2fl TWELFTH BT. JjJ"EW PUBLICATIONS, The Farly Dap of Coristlanlty, br Farran, 20 eta. PrasreM and Poverty, by Henry Uoonre,? eta. Harper's Monthly, the Century. Young Ladles' roarnal.N.Y. Fun Ion Bazar, sml other TAtemry ud Fashion Monthllosfor Mar.ih. All ol the pop li>i 1414 Market Street. DRY OOODS. J. S. RHODES & CO. * < ? \ \ . WILL OPEN Monday Morning The Finest AMorlmeot of Plalu aud Fancy Summer Silks Ever brought to the city, at "Very Low Prices. Another lot of thoie bandaome EMBROIDERED ROBESI Which have attracted aomuch attention. J. S. RHODES & 00., 1152 MAIN STREET. mrfi ? EASTBE/N DRY GOODS STORE, Marshall & Co., 1HO MAIN ST. A Sure Saving OP FROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT ON AUCTION PRICES. No. 1?Elegant Black 8ilk at $1.00 a yard, WARRA.NTKD not to CRACK in wearing. We are confident this Bilk will compare fa vorably wiih any other Bilk aold elsewhere at $1.60. No. 2.-26 Piecea Small Check Dress Gooda at 12J$a, sold heretofore at 25c. No. 3.?12 Piecea Brocade Dress Goods at 17c. a yard, would be cheap at 26c. Muslins, Damatka, Table Napkina, Towela and Housefurniahing Goods, at General Job bers' Prices. Marshall & Co. BED GOODS A SPECIALTY. MUSICAL GOODS. MUSICAL TattractionsJ ? ? . ? . .-i ? ? ? | m I kjiMllliiA JtllJtWltmMW^WWWWWWWWVWK^WWWWWm I rowctf ully announce the transfer to me of the Agencies of tho follow 1 jib Flrst-cla* and Reliable PIANOS and ORG AH8, ol which a toll Block is now arrlTlng: PIANOS. Steinway 4 Bona, Decker Bros., Haines Broe., Vase & So tin, Fisher, Ac. ORGANS. Mason A Hamlin, Shoninger, Efltov A Co., Ohio Valley, Hamilton, Ac. Before pnrchaslng elwwhere, come and lean ray prlccit and terms, for I can glTO yon bettei Tftluo for yonr money than any bouse In the trade. Any Instrument on oar list noid on easy payments, and ipedal term* to cash buyer*. The largest stock of SHEET MUSIC AND MUSIC BOOKS In the dty, with a full line of other MUSICAL GOODS, cheaper than olaewhere, BOLK AGKNCY FOB THE McTAMMAJiY OKUANETTE. WM. H. SHEIB, S3 T-vrollltli Stroot, do2J WASHINGTON HALL. OR BALK A. GOOD SKOOND-HAND ' ... ' ' ' '. . Steinway Piano, AT A BARGAIN. Call won. LUCAS' MUSIC STORE, le28 1142 Main Street QREAT REDUCTION IK PIANOS. In order to raako room tor a new itock, we will ?ell our present assortment of magnlCcent I'lanoa at a Great Beducllon for GASH. Call aoon at fea WILSON A BAPMKB'8. piANO AHD ORGAN TUKUIG. I will lire prompt penonal attention to calls fox Piano or Organ (Seed or Pipe) Tuning and Repair ing:. order* ma/ be lent by poatal or left at my residence, No. w Twelfth r.reet. All workguaran* toed to be strictly of Ihehiabeet order. Ja8 Agent 5Sr 80S SSSSImmm. DAIRY THERMOMETERS And JLaotomotem, At LIHT'R DRUG 8TOB8, 1010 Main Street. CURE THAT C0UU1II With ByrnpTola, Tar and Wild Cherry. told only by ... R. H. LI3T, 1010 Main Street ELEGANT! Biscuit and Cakes made with the "Kxoelstor" Baking Pewder. k. H, LI8T. Manuf'r. . 1010 Main Street. Toilet Hoapa! sst' t'Mm11 REDUCTION IN PREPAID OCEAN RATES. From January 29, ISM. until further notice, I am authorlted to sell Prepaid Tleketa from Great Brit a to New York or Philadelphia at ftl.00. . . H. F. BKHRKNB. JaI7 OcMn aria fl. B. Asrrnt, ?17 Market Bt PATENTS Sketch, will examine and report, if patentable. Many rears practice. Pamphlet free. N. W. FRVS* KGBALD 4 00., Patent Attorneys, Washington,D.C DRY OOOPB. ? BARGAINS IN Dry Goods! , 4T. velvets, PLUSIIKS, SILKS, UliENADINES, AUiJ .. r i l.hi ' ? ? ? >f? AND ' Dress Fabrics Of Ererjr Dewrlptlon, REGARDLESS OF COST ! sale commencing MONDAY, MARCH 5th. We guarantee a saving of 50 per cent on all goods sold during this sale. All articles marked in plain figures. Brues & Coffer, 1132 MAIN ST. mrfi PBHTI8TRT. THE Hew York Dental Company's Office, 1060 MAIN ST., WHEELING, During the pwrt yctr Thoiwandi of Te?th lure boon extracted at 25 oenU each. BEST GUM SETS AT SIGHT DOLLARS FKB BIT. $8.00. mm&w J8-00 Gu given lor Pilnlea Ex traction of Teeth, 50 ota ao2& PRH. MoCORMICK A BRO. J-JR8. 8DEGIBON * SON, . >i'k DENTISTS, No. 111 Market street Wheeling, W. Va. All oiwv*Mnn? wenwntwl EDUCATIONAL. A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 1 Securlty.Motherly Care, Good Boarding:, Delightful Location and Reasonable Charges. Alt. DeChautal Academy, HKAB WHEKLIMO, W. TA. .. yjbii '? ill ?T The thirty-fourth year ol thla well known School for (ilria, under the charge of the BUtera of thiria Itatlon, opens on the First Monday ol Beptomba next, and continues ten months, Pupil* received at any time In the aesdo& Those who desire to plaoe their daughters la u institution a Hording exceptionally Rood advantsgea In the way of healtnfnl anddelightful location.ex* etiMnt bo4rd,t" i ?ttl * " mentol fomalo education,.lncludln. ? languages and music, at very returnable rate*, ihould aend for a catalogue of thla school. Addre? BIRECTRE88 OF THE AOADKMT OF THK VISITATION, MT.DlCBAXTAL. , jyflj-PAW Near Wheeling. W. Va. Business College Two Couwes-Conuperdal course and pom men EngUah branches. Bpcdal arrangements lor thor ough Instruction In the English branches. Indi vidual Instruction. Can enter at any time, Ladle* admitted. Call at College offloeorsend lot circu 1 lan. Addrett, J, M. F&ABHER A 00., anlfr-waaw Wheeling. W. Va. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY, Thenaxt aaclon'beglni SEPTEMBER 6th, 188t Ten 8eparate Schools, Including School of His tor? ana School of English. Full courses In Law ana Med Idle ox tending throughout tho fcession. En ??J faculties for study of Physical Sciences and ^ Jflo Agriculture l completely equipped chem ical labratory. Thorough courses In Ancient and Modern languages and literature. Text hooka at cost Necessary expenaosnot over ?175. For cat alogue and other Information addrea W. L. WUflON, President, Mnrsantown. W. Va. IN THE FRONT RANK. Dr.' ARIHSTXIOIVG'B Diphtheria and Quincy Drops I Highly recommended by Wheeling people who haTfrosed them. HALL'8 CATARRH CURB, A new und popular remedy. For aale by XiOfahAJKT Sc oov Druggists, Bridge Corner; "SPLENDID FOR BISCUIT 1" And Batter Oskes; and then it la Bute and Whole some. Aakfor Logan, List A Ca's Rrcelalor Baking Powder, insist on having It, and no other. Address orders to XaOGhAJb? Sc 00., - J Druggists, Bridge Corner. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS' LOCAN & CO., \H . v . 9 & DEUGGIBT8, BRIDGE CORNER. COMMISSIONERS* SALE. Sale of Valuable Property. A. J. Swcenev & Boa tad othen, Wheeling Qitpe Bugr^d^flnim Co. and oUjw, Aud, Thompson <b Blbbcrd Wheeling Gi>l*-^r<|MS'8eaain1 Co., mdothn,. iSnuSiloMellon,0" UwpttmltMUiUi ioid, VU: " thoitciliioryo( l^?.vihtSuSS,>ff'pV >!' ",J fMOntu comp?D)'. 10, 1Ihe PfkU;Inthe in, Si wStWWeft VlBlutt. the loJlo?ludA Se'SSuSiw*?''o'l0'??"'BMMum'uSrSaJl t?t mnveytd tu t4l(1 Conijwny by draT itiw n.t.Sd IBM. loJqtaR Mwwluwl and ?1IBt, d!!e?i now ul record lu theonlceot the Clerk of Ik, fl!S2t in wMth off the?outh?Meof lot unmbma SlSSK nanrv,being the ?ioe IoU and iart of a lotherSoRo convey# to?Ud companyt?y Stephen altarhoute tnd wilo and Hubert \\. Hai eutnd w/ftfbl deed dated A ?KU*t lit. l?t. tud of ireotd to Sid office lu deed book'laiiil kko 279. aim the ?iifhaH of Iota numbered 16and 16 lu njuate nun. S"1im wiua the oav half lota coutejed to Mid uuuaud of record lo nid office lu ilet-d book T2tt !?!iX Upon paxtolaald re.U ortate U ertcted ib? RTS? aud valuable retlnery of Mtta uimpw,y, Sifleh wlil ho told Unrewltb. 8?ld nuchtnety SuSuolMr ??ol liollB[?,?.no ?teiuu better cm. 3?l with holler., 030 .lily bono none: eMtrie, iwoSm mllK.0,10 ?"ro d"*"?!' ??? "in "nk. Wo tmn^5o>?l W ttnH, one older piu?, one pomp ISnMKdwltbbollcri.oiioiauu* Iron untwo SSiErnlkllnt, ono Wenm bol.l eky.tor, letrhlrm famftrt to OIUi Uoor. ouo Mrbrurk. rale. In K four Ut cot lion unto, one Uiso wooden tank, i wA wMden uuu, .1* vnjnh., .U ch.iu*l filter ?undfii trorn wcoud 10 fourth Uoor, one it?m "SH one .ulpbur BpptntHl., three rJrt? Iron SSSkftio wooden uuiln, one wooden unk nun* Slbot ftfr Joltnwn Bltor prcree.. Including Ira ?5,!k! on wi?l?, Utroe pump., threo Jihuioii mm 'rucMon w am pump,, one copper nccuon p^^m?Tmn vaccuum pan, one ?licit iron tank, Jh^^eeUrou tanU owe boltf, one Kralo elen* w wdeu water box and abalUui, puller*. &&<??ninltiK audtbo water work* ol mid com* ^ vvu wlll also tell, by virtue ol fcalddecree, it time indPliK*! the il*ht ol ?.y ol aid ? J??in Fortieth tUeetlu wild city for the am* ind nlalutenwic" of a railroad track from iLrU^u\more 4 Ohio raluoad .rack to the taU re 910 lutfr.st aud tltluofmld VMieellDt ?ue?'flni2r!md King Company lu a mllr?5 SS? exUtlnx in fcUW>l between Mid B\E2l3 4W filter cSiha. 116 filter elotu? nutertil. tuid hall-barrela, 1 two horn) wn?on, 1 1,600 Sorrow*, l clock, l giluditoue. l hfcnd ttf\4^bfflnaItoV?. 1 lot "I roiK.-. block aud Skfo rffliSfoxon olHco cl?lt?,l. ?nt?M we. 3 ?"rhSunaSSSii "inunVr "? P*"*, '0,kf v? -?V?.r <iirccte?l by Mud decree, to which [nl ?S! litfirisut to bid upon fcald property or auv porjo" .^TCjem,j j0r iufonnatlon. Tlio *ny PHrtth oT bulldlnK. the land and tor?*Pl!S?2?2r wwertj Hfore*ald U khall be ?u.c.h tSjLJJSiS will bo one-third ol the purehue sold thorewuu w? further sum as the puV money _*ndt? ^ j t the K>i,iue|n two chwer n?y|0iwv^ n?p?cllvely lu nlno ^U,?ihaUind cTSuSn month* from the daj of ale. mtik inhMMt mna that day, the purehtaer *lvlw &?d ferred A.e nun haw money la jmld In ^?w^nU,?buTSmS? Sail for further Mxrurltr JS^'WlnJIlW'KcViSuSS Sw^sffiswrsrisia lSiSluj f5ou in value, aud ujoa erty SouthP, with luterei.t from the it tboU dlwrotlon. nEsnv M nussELL, ALKttKD CAliUWKtL, WILLIAM l'. 11U UUA ill). n, IM."^fiprttaicommllcnat Ufy tv i.V.m yoboi.nria."" PROFES8IONH-CA.RDS. T'lexakder bone, bk., HOTABY POBUO. ?IW. BOSkM?? G UY R 0. AI1.ES, r attorney at law, ja!7 No- 1H3 Chapllno St., Whoellrg,W. v?. Q 0. SMTTH^ Kent Estate, Bond imd Slock IlroVer, . BpeoUlattontlon """'" jouena Buna^cmein ol I'^^; Bt[ret . ' WheoUn?,'V.V?-. jinhlu H. 0. PETERMAN, Justice ofthePoacc. Offlco-Lower End of Second Ward M?xket Ilouift Will attend to the collection of clabni. All bud new will bo promptly attended to. nol n TAMES A. HENRY, LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER, And General Bodneoi A Kent, Collector aud Not*;; ! J71 - . i . ./ Public, i 161ft Mxbkkt 8t*mt. Peraonil attention glreu to routine houw.ool' lectin* rent?,porcbai?audi?le of n*u*wie. Billi .and Fewtfuu* ocrUflcd; Deed*, Le*M* and oiber written lnitrumenta prepared. <<*_ pROFEHSIONAL. DB. HtfLLEIEN has roturnod to thocity m<1 ?? immed the practice of xnodicine and turnery. Hi oan bo found at the OKKKIK OF THE BOARD OP EDUCATION. orer the City Bank, Market wtrcot. 'ny3. BUSINESS CARDS. STEPHEN McOOLLOUGH, carpenter AND BUILDER. Brick Building! crected complete In all modem lmprovemenUi. AIbo wooden building* fitted op complete on lot Wooden building iraincd ?nd fitted up In yard at work ahop and takeu u> part and completed, on reitMmablo term*. All *1; teratfona maau on old bnlldlngt, roofn, valley wiu ikyllabU particularly attended to. count era and alielvlng fitted up on hhort notice. Storj front* put in and I'.orcj altered. Reaidcncu >?.& Sixteenth rtreet, formerly occupied by Mr. Ben ?? ley. Bhopln rear of Capitol, on Alley 13. myn_ JpEABGOT WHALLY, FaMhlonablo Root Maker, U* TWELFTH STREET, Next to Sheriff"* ofltte. The Bert material, bent fit and moat iwnnabM yrleea for the very boat work in the city. "?'L heeling Paper Box JTnetory. Candy Boxea, Drug Boxca, c?d?-r and Imtlatlo* Coder Ligar Box<*. biogla boxes. Shoe Bozea, fhcil Boxes,Plainandrancylinxcaof *11 kind* nude to order at low wrlftea Corner Fourteenth and souta 3ecu, over Franxdl'f Hardware store. caT HKNKY MORBH. Proprietor. _ D. 0. LIST, J*., pork: packer Ana oarer of the oalebratod CHESTER MJA11 which an now road? and lor lalo it a FOURTEENTH BTJIET. My S. 0. Meetiareall biandnd, "IJit'l Oif? ~ COMMISSION HgRCHAUTS. B. DiTWTOM, a B. QenoraL 01D. E?lau,a it Son. ar?ial B. DATENPOBX Si CO., COIMiMIISffilON Daalenln Grain, Flour, Seed*, IWolooi, CbMM and Driod Fruit* 1? WAHHINflTON ffT.. OnOA JOHN M. HOON 4 CO., 1160 If ART STREET, DXALK1A I* GRAIN, I'IIOVISHj.VH AND Oil A TS flAH I/1TB pHYSiCIANS and DRUGinf?:^ Cm alwap And a /rtrli mpply VACCINE (BOVINK) VIMS, flute Airviita, .All matter irujrant.*! Orden bj mall pramptljr 1,10 wiweilin,w. "*?