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OKr GOODS.
BLACK SILKS.
We have recently bought for our exclusive
uale a large line of Bilk*. We are able to
WARRANT EACH PIECE
nsroT to cut.
They are full Cacheinire finlih, and we
shall sell them a* follows:
One Grade at $1.12}? per yard.
One Grade at $1.25 p?r yard.
One Grado at $1.37 per yard.
One Grade at $1 60 per yard.
One Grade at $1.75 per yard.
One Grade at $2.00 per yard.
These goods you will find to be the
Cheapest Goods
Kver offered in the city.
A. SIEOENBACH & BR0?
llO-t MAIN SI.
tnr5
1,000 YARDS
BEST SPRING CALICOES
Warranted fast colors, at 4>jC.
0,000 YARDS
CABOT BLEACHED MUSLIN,
Best Quality, Yard Wide, at8J4c.
000 YARDS FINEST
India "White Lawn,
At 25 cents per yard.
1,000 DOZEN
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE,
At loss than
AUCTION PRICES
500 YARDS
DRESS GOODS.
Of all discretions, cheap tor caah.
H. EMSHEIMER
ELEVENTH ST.,
mrG Between Main and Market
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
FOR
THIS WEEK.
To mako room for oar coming Mock of SPRING
UOOUi, we will offer our entire Slock of
(J cod* AT C08I\
Our Special Specialty this week Is our atock of
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR!
Consisting of
Ladies' Chemisettes,
Ladies' Drawers,
Ladies' Night Dresses,
Ladies' WUite bkirta.
Wo defy competition In thli line. To examlno
ou( styles uud makes 1? auie of buying tliom.
Our Infant Robes,
Jnfant Slips,
Infant Cloaks,
Infant Shawls,
Infant Skirts,
in/ant Chemisettes,
Aro the lateal fprlng Slyles and Makes.
Ladle*, when out shopping pleaie give us a call.
Polite Mlealadlca In attendance.
RKMKMHKK PLACE AND NUMBF.it.
BLUM & MARKS
lion Mulu Street.
Nc
JOT1GE.
WOMAN'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
There will be a meeting of the Woman's
ITnion Benevolent Society in Mozart Hall,
on Wednesday, at 2:30 r si.
mr7 K. L. ELSON, Sec'y.
Odices Mum. SIS and 97 FoarMeilh direet.
Hew AUvcr linemen l?.
Save your Eyes
Opera Houae?Modjeska.
Wanted?To Borrow $1,000.
Sealed Proposals.
For Kent?Alexander Bone.
Wanted?Stogie Makers.
Sash, Doors, eic.-W. A. Wilson.
Step Laddeir?Nesbitt & Bro.
Notice?Heiul of Local.
Thermometer Kecord.
The following shows the range of the ther
momoter, as observed at Sohnepfs drag store,
Opera House corner yesterday:
l#au lass
7 A. IT. 12 K. 3 Ml. 7 P. M. 17 A.M. 12 M. 8 T.U. 7 P. K.
51 66 66 60 | 36 45 4W W
INDICATIONS.
?Washington, 1). C., March 7.?1 a. m.?For
Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, colder clear
ing weather, northwesterly winds, higher
pressure.
For the Lower Lakes, colder, partly oloudy
weather, with occasional snow, westerly
wiuds, higher pressuro.
CELLULOID Collars and Cnfla at the
Star Clothing House.
D. UUJiDLING & CO.,
3fl Twelfth Street.
Corporation** Formed.
Secretary of State Stalnaker yesterday is
sued a certificate of incorporation to the
"Climax 8traw Cutter Company," of Louisa,
Kentucky, and Wayno Court House, W. Va..
formed for the purpose of manufacturing and
selling a pateut straw Cutter; $2,000 has been
subscribed and paid in, and the privilege is
reaorved of increasing the sum to $100,000.
Another certificate was issued to the
"Horse Shoe Boom Company," formed for
thopurpoBe of constructing, operating and
maintaining two or more booms in the Guy
andotte and Mud rivers, in Cabell county, to
atop and secure timber, rafts, masts, spars,
atavea and all aorta of floating lumber. The
principal office of the company is to be at
Huntington, and it will start off with a sub
scription of $1,200 to the capital stock, of
which sum $120 has been paid in. The capi
tal stock is limited to $20,000.
OrioaiTiON is what it wanto. That will
make it aolid; we mean Dr. Bull'a Cough
fiyrup.. It baa entered the llata and come
out far ahead. In the ranka of legitimate
household remedies for the cure of cougha
and colds, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup stands
first. Price 25 cents.
Kednetion in Plitnoa.
Present stock of pianoo. BUiinway, Knabe
Chlckerlng. Hallsti Dayia, Emeraon, Hard
man, Guild, Ac., at the rery lowact prioea.
and great reduction for oost. Oali early and
1143 Ibis ItlML
THE RIVER TRAFFIC.
IN THE PA8T, PRESENT AND FUTURE*
Some or tha tialai and Louti of thfl Htramboat
Brain thaLaitTib Ytari-TfaeIiflaeaee of
KailroaJa? X KtaJJas mint Vac?narj.
Mora Bnalatu at Lower Prlets.
Yesterday afternoon shortly before the
Andes took herdemirtnre for Cincinnati, the
sod sea-dog who looks after the river news
for the Iktellioejcer called at the cosy office
for the purpose of ascertaining from the
Ande*' genial master, Captain Charlie Muhle
man, what truth there was in the rumor
recently circulated to the effect that he was
goiiig to take the Andes outof the Wheeling
Cincinnati trade and run through to Pitts
burgh.
"There is nothing in it," he answered. "I
shall stay right in the Wheeling trade, where
1 made my money and w.nere I am still mak
ing it. I don't think I could soon find a bet
ter trade or warmer friends thau I have be
tween here and Cincinnati. I know there
I have been rumors of war, but I'm not in and
| don't propose to be. Captain List, of the St.
| Lawrence,and Steckdule are whacking at each
other, I believe, and the St. Ltwrence, I'm
told, will go through to Pittsburgh on her
present trip. The lljiht between them, what
there is.of if, started, 1 believe, iu Cincinnati."
KKATL'RJifl or THE TRAKHC.
''How is the river busiuesa at present, Cap
tain?"
"Nothing to complain of. We are having
all we want to do Last season was, I may
Bay. a good one, notwithstanding sevetal
draw-backs. It was a year distinguished by
heveral important features.- W? bad an Im
mense flood, and a very low water stage; a
notable feature was the absolute exemption
from ice during the winter. We had water
on which we could run foran unusual length
of time; but tnen during that time the Iroti
business was diminished by the long strike In
the Pittsburgh and Wheeling district, and
our freights were also diminished, but what
we lost there we made up in pauengera. I
carried more people last aeuoo than in any
season since I've been on the. river. This
materially increased passenger traffic has
gained its proportions by the regularity ob
served in the running of the boats, the time
for arriving and departing having been
almost as regular as that of the trains,
How does the present compare with
the past ? Why in nearly everything the in
crease over the business of, say ten years ago,
Ts trebled. I started into this trade about
that time, and it was hard work at llrst. I tell
you. When Capt. Liat and I formed what
might be called our- little pool?that is,
agreed as to onr days and rates?we entirely
crowded the Pittsburgh boats out. Look ut
the situation to day?the regular Pittsburgh
packets have resumed, a*d we all have about
HS much as we can do. Tnen the local pack
ets?why it is fearful. There's hundreds of
them, and they all do well. I account for it
in this wise?Increased population and busi
ness, tbat'sJ the only way. It's wonderful
how the valley has grown up. Ton years ago
there was very little of Ironton aud almost
nothing of Huntington; to-day they are bus}',
thriving cities, with plenty of business for
the steamer*; they are only two out of many
other similar places.
FREIGHTS HOW AND FORMERLY.
t'ThA larneat increase In the freight* has
|fflSSSSSftS5S
3SS"^[?
'"if01? *cco<",tt
'"^?^lSlT.'taWleriVith jouf
??Where? feel the effect o! railroad! more
'{Sit S. compensation tor .hi. nm.t
be found in
Til* ICATUBALOIlOtTll OF TOE DtBlXW
?!, Ejga ?JS3^n?
^'VrfwHW which water farnUiW be not
3^529?*?*
"f'fsSiw?
amis
ii-sss^ii
notion which have been made y
SaSwiss^sBJt
gSSSesftSSS
this beneficent value o[ the
lntVahuct^n?tbe?^ fe"d
its }?*u?aJ2lfl to the General Government,
SttfeS&a-""'
Ten**'*""'"
T. k. ??>? ??"?? '" ""'?*1""
iflir W?7 ??
A reporter yeaterday ??' ?
clear maker, and a.ked him what effect the
recent reduction In the tax on cigar, would
'""Wall" wai the reply, "wo retailingman^*
on tine g?d. we
b0.?\Vbat difference will it make In the price
sfggssm?
duotion {? opiy Y o? . .. triced oigarH."
"%vtjy"Jp?? ??d tbe gel
""Tdon'itJiSfiS" 8on? Un>? ?#? ">?1??
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JggSg^rffllff
motklViuu^
Iff. JAMK8 HOTEL.,
C aark. f?"SL' JLnJlwf.' &? tu more
ffiaggraa
J P DukoUAfl. HaMbaoro T F Martin. JUvuipwood
*s9*mL^ Vl't&'tiTkoT'.
i uoeie, ipnciiiTi.m ,,, ' ',,. | *
'Si tOMtv* ?
Auk for VTH)"' "IMtllrdii'Coria" ISO
Quick. aotupLMby) pwBwwt curt. Conn,
waru. bualom.
CITY MATT KM*.
Brief Notes on t orrent Event* mt Minor
littnaL
Bzvkral members of the Bhakeipeare Club
are talking of chartering a special car and
attending the Cincinnati Dramatic Festival
in a body.
Biuuun A. A. Hajtlky, of Mason county,
was lit the 8tate House yesterday on official
business. He also brought a bigamist and
another felon to the penitentiary at Mound*
viile.
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to record
a deed made February 19, by George 8.
I'ownall and wife, in consideration of $1,200,
to Richard Higgins, for Lot 112 in Jaoob's ad
dition to South Wheeling.
Tnk case of T.W.E warts' heirs against Ice and
others was coiunif n :ed yesterday in the U. 8.
District Court. Juage Jackson presiding. The
case is expected to consume tne time of the
court for nearly if not quite all the remain
der of the week. The suit is un action in
ejectment, and as one of tbe parties is a non
resident, has to be bronght in this court. The
land in dispute is situated in Wetzel county.
Er-Judee Melvin and J. M. Ewin/, E?q., rep
resent the plaintiffs, and Hon. Caleb Boggeas
tbe defendants. Tbe case has been on the
docket for teveral years.
Tub case of Dr. H. T. Ford, of Benwood,
arrested at the instance of Dr. Leonard Eskey,
of tbe same place, on a charge of sending ob
scene matter through tbe mails, was again
under consideration before United States
Commissioner Forbes yesterday afternoon.
Tbe testimony was concluded, and the Com*
missioner took tbe case under advUe<
ment, releasing Dr. Ford on his own recognl
zutico. William 8teele, who was held in
$500 bail on tlio same charge the dav before,
gave Dr. Ford as his bonilsmau. Yesterday
George B. Caldwell, E:q., appeared for tbe
defeuse.
PERSONA I. MENTION.
lews and Gossip In Reference to Various
People.
Mr. Frank L. Nevins, of Columbus, is at
the McLurc.
Mr. E. R. Hart., a Youngstown iron mer
chant, is in tbe city.
Mr. Leo Reister, who bas'been visiting rel
a&eu in Zanesville, Ohio, returned yesterday.
Jndge Jackson aud Clerk Moore, of the U.
8. Court, returned to the city yesterday after
noon.
Mr. 8ehon, of Point Pleasant, one of the
directors of the Ohio Bivar Railroad, was in
the city yesterday.
Msj. W. W* Jackson and his mother, Mrs.
Governor Jackson, left for their Parkersburg
home on the Andes, last eveniug.
Tbe Bellaire Independent says: Mr. Cash
Evans, manager of Uie LaBelle Nail Works,
at Wheeling, waBin the city yesterday seeing
the boys. /
Mr. D. it. Neal, of Parkeraburg, Senator
Camden's private secretary, spent a few houre
in the city yesterday. He was on his way
home from Washington.
Messrs. W. L. Hobli'zsll, of Pittsburgh,
and A. B. Milliken, of Harriaburg, railroad
contractors, were at the McLure yesterday.
They have been looking after the "3 R" road.
Mr. Ellsworth E. Eisenbartb called yester
day to pay his respects to the Intiluoikckr.
He has bo ugh tout Mr. J. E. Hart, of the Met
/etujer, at New Martinsville, and intends to
run it as a Republican paper.
Misses Mary Bukey. Nellie Mahrand Etta
McGuire, o[ Mt, deCbantal, were in the city
yesterday. They are favorites in Wheeling
society. They were the guests of Mrs. E, M.
McGillin, of Cleveland, who is at the McLure.
HJK.NDAY'N PKIZK F1UIIT.
Tlie "W tippling: Mhu" Fnlnllj narf.
WUo tbe Par lien Were.
There vu a great deal of curioeity yeater
day.wlien the report that the prire fight
ut ColJier'a Station had been between Wheel
ing and 8teubenville men, lo le.ro who they
were. Wheeiing'a supply 0f "iluiean11 i.
S ?ric 0De' >ud '?oio wlio were ic
quAlntad jlth the Block oould not guess who
dTk0011!* ?**" be'D ??*?ged in
tue light When the Pittsburgh paneracamit
o hind they did not throw mucVW??m
the subject It wu s?l,l that tb? Wheeling
man', name we. William Morgan bette!
te "i'V' ?"d IbeBteube"
WM??kenPfibSf hKWM.MXpecte(110die- Be
wm taken to Steubenville. Arnold went to
Httaburgb. Though the fight took dImm it
wUi68//^ ;jUlr il? IU0rn^ngi the Steuben
vllle Herald of Tuenday evening cravelv nro.
f3Ej**i reP?rt auch an event had
taken place a canard. The GokUc mv?*n
S^uT^Lhh!h\pri" fl^dK
PWTt -*ue 1 ittaburgh papers say that a cock
ing mam occurred after the dog fight
Lajt evouing'a Herald reasserta that thn r*
port waa a hoax, and aJllorioSliS
Cleveland, Cincinnati and Wheeling nanera
were .old, 1/ It waa a "m)i " ti,? P??.
b" ?'?o th? following, whf?h
l?Pn M* SteubenviJle on last Fridav
In
H.-S^,vj^-inMdS.S
yU0,dC^t,OT"biOr'rb,,^T^^fu,t
g-fiount of the affair by atating that the fight
.JUiethiog of |?t Frld.J', fl/bt" AuJ,
AX&X ?U\ZX Ss
I.D, Who found an Infant In a tlu-pJll ?uha
g,5:"" youl
THK Hut>l. ?KUWEM> CICHMgr.
JlMtlur Yesterday?1 hp Dlrwlor. ,o
, t ome Here To-day.
The stockholder. of the SteabinrlUo Wool
Groirer.' Exchange held ? meeting it the
Court House at that place yesterday All
wm?? ^ ' Tt" tnanagejuent of J. D
Whithara *? aererely criticiied. A letter
.WMI','i rhlch b,d bMn ""'"d from h m
to wbjoh he expreawd hU regretat not ijffi
ablo to be preunt, owing to a aubpan, to
appear In court Id thl. cfty reitarday h?
.tated that hi. only .b ilSR;
would have been tpsave what he cSaOotui
honor and reputation. He oomplalnad th.t
e press and people had been too mwbm
SfivS'SSSS
-Treasurer. The dirMton wWrltlt Wheeling
'"if* J!1"? * ?Stl?r ??l i? appointed
-f?3??s?i!SSb
excbu.ce it, tWIIaffi^lfuffiSS? )b'
f&TOA:pwssjgrad
wool, and art.d tbatltbeeold at t?e mStet
nriot, aa heneeded the money. Nothfwrin.*
from Mr. Whitham In reply,7!,.
with tfw Mine reault Ha floalir w.nt IH
PhUaddphla hinuMf, and fuund tbe wool
aold and the money adratm4 on other con.
aignmenta. Member, who m tha^n?!
enthualaatie in,fa?or of <heoo-operatlre??n
teu)i?fltj.a V
A "S*?u?aJlTing^t Sliding,
ljer wuib waa one day ipreadlni
She Jell oxer the ract *'
And apralncd her back, . .
St. Jacoba Oil cured Mra.'Q?ddlng. ; }
'Cwaitto out ?t coat, Furniture, Carped
Window ShadM, ,lc , at Zlnk A VomhMrf'.
liyMaln .treet, aatheir room.are to be uk^
for other bnaineaa alter April lat.
teSSBSSf
I April at.Tw'ioW, by
TO-DAY'S CREMATION.
A CITIZEN OF PHILADELPHIA
To ba CremaUd at Waahlaftoa To-daj-Oblo
Coaatjr UoMlp from Yallij UroTe?Bellalra
Jtawa? Battrn at BUabraTllls ui Hap
pcalaga la tha lUU at Lufi.
The Le Moyuo Crematory, at Washington,
Fa., was again fired up yesterday, and the
remains of Henry Seybert, of Philadelphia,
who died on the third inst, aged 82 years,
will be incinerated there to-day. Mr. Seybert
gave to Philadelphia the clock and bell now
in the State Houso steeple. He was a man
of large means, and his reputation was that
of a man who gave liberally to charities, bat
beyond his general gift to the city he was not
known to the public. Early in the year 1875
be made a proposition to Councils to con
Biruct a new clock and bell for Inde
pendence Hall. His otter was accept- i
ed and fulfilled at a cost of $20,000.
The bell was cast by Maneely & Co., of Troy,
N., and the clock manufactured by the 8eth
Thomas Clock Company, of Thomaston,
Conn. They were placed in the State House
tower in &lay, 1876, and the bell was first
rurgat the ushering in of the Centennial
anniversary at midnight of the following
Julv 3. The bell proved unsatisfactory in
time, and in September, 1870, Mr. Seybert
bad it taken down and recast, and when re
placed, in March, 1877, it was found to be
very satisfactory.
Edward Randall, a man who served a term
in the Moundsville penitentiary, and who
has since been engaged in evangelical work
in county jails, with the exception of a season
when he was an inmate of the Insane Asylum
at Weston, is now in Columbus, O., and will
enter upon bis work in the couuty jail.
Among other novel ways he has of bringing
the religious truth to the attention ol the
subjects of his solicitude, is the carrying of a
heavy leather arrangement which looks like
a policeman's club, filled with white paint.
With a brush supplied from this he paints
passages from the Scriptures In public places.
Representative Lane, of the Ohio Legisla
ture, introduced a bill to get after the prize
fighters. At present the "fisticuff" affairs
can not be prosecuted unless it is shown
tbat the fight was for stakes. It has hereto
fore been impossible to prove this, although
it is always done. This bill is intended to
make the mere faot of boxing, wrestling and
the like, a misdemeanor, whether tbere is
ar y betting or money put up or not. The
bill was suggested by the Weeden prize fight
in Columbiana county. This bill will make
the mere faot of a fight to all concerned sub
ject to a fine of $600 or one year's imprison-1
rnent
The Baltimore Conference of the M. E.
church. 8outb, which embraces all of the
State of Maryland and portions of Pennsyl
vania, Viginia add West Virginia, meets at
Cbarlestown, Jefferson county, on the 14th.
I his conference numbers 12S ministers and
32 lay delegates, four from each presiding
elder's district. Bishop J. C. Keener, of
New Orleans, will preside, and Hisbop Al
pbeus W. Wilson, of Baltimore is also ex
pected to be present. There will be a daily
paper issued in Cbarlestown, containing the
proceedings of tho conference during the
session.
B sua lax.
The C. & P. yard engine broke a spring yes
terday.
This may be March, but so far, it is poor
walking for a march.
Wm. Daugberty is contemplating again
entering his old business of hatter.
The funeral of George Aushutz will take
plane this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the
Disciples Church.
Joseph Harris was kere yesterday, seeing
his family off for their new home in Mary
land, via the B. & O road.
Willie Zweig died suddenly yesterday
morning. His father, George Zweig, is absent
attending the United States Court at Cincin
nati.
geHaK?S?
jpSaSSa
CaplainJobn Bapga, of Bridgeport, addreaa.
a??L tlie Mrat ward
March20.m appointed for ?u?d.y
?twii'rMm'for I"mw DJEi1'8 Bel?onl
g^,?L'WBa#3fi
Hariahorn'a millinery .lore. 7
,^ ,p!>ec-!1' 'rain yealerday brought hem a
f ? ^ of prominent officials of the cull
pTrun V'P'' V' ?"e?*?d'
L"toad SW?d""1 "Ul1 ^^uofoii
H&sii
u^n B1f?r/?r ?M|QQ0 damages against J T
ffiwm
mmmi
mAa th?
,pU'.TP^'P'una u ..
J*oor fund *??"* ?
Ro?d fu ud...M? ?i
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and before7<0ll ,f Yh. ?"
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a-a 'casj.itl?
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amw&smisik
hp Associate Reform denomination oa/or*
smmsm
rA?::a*
boaae.nalng Um name of Geo. D. Wlnta?
E&jS'hS'S.f bnn<irad.dollar.' wort?%l
goods to be abipped at once. He th?n ?*?ir
s train /or dolumbna, and appeared n?xt
EffirfK Ui"',' ta^?~?CSii?3
bill wan sent in a few day* for collection, to
the great surprise of Mr. Winters, who knew
nothing of the transaction
KSW CCMBXRLAH".
The measles are going the rounds, bat no
serious cases are reported as yet.
Several arrests were made bv Marshall FiU
son Monday, and one chap who was hunting
bail for his appearance gave him theslip and
left for Ohio.
The statement in the Irtkluokkckb of the
post office authorities looking after aome one
here for (tending unlawful matter through
the mails must be a mistake, as the Post
Master says to bis knowledge nothing ot the
kind has passed through this office.
Last night Captain T. J. Garlick started to
Cincinnati to bring np the steamer Return.
He in company with G. W. and 0. 8. Stewart,
of this town, has bought her, and inteuds
putting her in the 8teubonville and East
Liverpool trade. She is a very neat little
craft, being 120 feet long, '22 feet beam, and
has 10 inch cylinders, with three foot stroke,
full cabin and 14 state rooms. They think of
Setting in the trade by Tuesday or Wednos
ay oi next week. They will briogSOO pounds
of salt from Pomeroy to customers about here.
Wkak lungs., spitting of blood, consump
tion, and kindred aiTeotions, cured without
physician. Address for treatise, with two
stamps, World's Dispensary Medical Associ
ation, Buffalo, N. Y. wsaw
AHUfcKUKMT AKFAIUK.
Variety and LegliliuHtu Kuterlnluraenfit
wrilivWoek.
Modjesks will present "As You Like Tt" at
the Opera House next Monday night. This
announcement is alone snfllcieut to attract a
large audience to welcome the distinguished
actress,
Leavitt'a Gigantean Minstrels will appear
at the Wheeling Opera House Friday night
for the second time this season. The impres
sion made by the company on its former visit
on an unusually large audieuce is bo fresh
that there is no need to descant on the merit
of the company. Reserved seats at Wilson &
Baumer's this morning.
On Saturday night Elliott Barnes's some
what famous play, "Only a Parmer's Daugh
ter," will oe presented at the Opera Houwfor
the first time in this city. The New York
Star says: 4,The excellent acting drama of
'Oaly a Farmer's Daughter' bas created a very
flittering impression of its merits during its
extended run. We have only praise for its
performance," It turns out. by the way, that
Miss Agnes Herndon, the West Virginia girl
something of whose career was given in yes
terday's I.NTELLioE.Ncin, is not uow in the
company.
Another taking programme holds the
boards at the Academy of Music this week.
Mr. Charlie Shay's efforts to give a refined
and enjoyable entertainment of specialty are
at last being crowned with success, and
crowded houses witness the performance at
his theatre nightly. An immense sell is now
perpetrated on the audience, who are at a
loss to know whether it is jest or earnest till
the denouement.
a^'Cd "be'l? "iMgSsi."hSuhVwiil
m?od ol the Mtfun ?nsu ^o( pBr(eotion
V it 2.0,h?r?" ?*??
cent. Modjeaka w cer j h been
fMlat ?***>?$b%ffhXilngcritics
srntae^?/^Po^5=
etW53&
ttS-SlSB
fSSSSEIi
o'Juretaien will be present upon the open
ing of the diagram. ^ |
?,,?>. Honev of Horehound and Ter
_tn arery ailment o( the lunge, throat
St Pike's Toothache drops cure in
one ntUitlte. For the .kln^lenu^ulphur
(115,000
1.V?l?? or Tiekel^. ?,.? ta The
Lonlaun. state Lottery, Hell ?T
Cbnrl?a Ul*u?, Jr.. ?ud Mr?. JacU
*??Thundsy the l
rstswiw^
sffaSsssafe
??^n t?fi 000^-Mra. Burna, the wife of Mr.
!i ^ most worthy lady; youug lUgney is a
"'vr'Sty.' ignorant o( his good fortune,
ntfbSi^Sk'SLajUM dr.- ?M??
? rumored that In the
bIIhsIss
February 21. ? |
)UB p?WU"
kubuI, carbuncU
eruption* aro
tbo Culicur*
while"
r^s-HSS i
S|^S?ttoS and Cutlcota
~ BEST BL001) PlJKli'lEH. " I
14SBs8br. was mss
2S??,&lKoBhent, ? !? ?? Jg
??JJ2 fS?!10""' 'iA?
twmtound (Mood purifier) I hare ever made uae ol
BBSS!.1 p??&of u. D.
JacksokviuaP?i_ ?
(iREAT BLOOD 1HEDICINE8.
yet to equal <? Cu"""? *cS5a* . WILUA.ua
EaoTtpwca.? - ?
~ CORE IN KVKKX CASE.
^,9Vii2? ttffir have effected score!to erery
ffiffioe, where other wWljjhav.l.U^ R
vnu N. H. -
lMKLI* Fau*. N- H' ??
CUT1aC^raRW^"^T
Csuc&'soa**
ST SSSSBUtlOf 80tp. 15 trt.
Potter Drug and Chemical Co?? Boston*
toliwuw
ItlVKK NEWO.
Humored taJeor ih? Lnwre?ie?-Lo??i
!?*?? Loeonioa.
^ The Katie Stockdal. puwd down at are
"d j
iS^ESSKB
3E sf4??Ssfi
tt:rwom
fuT? Hla'tiwi d"lre,i0 """no .tMwboat
hm back would he,rtl|y welcome
Cant Willi,in Dillon baa been down tni?
the hvaasyille district to nee a boat on which
SH51SSHS
fpSSfel
sSgwrfssaA-S
CapL ^lVL^/.h"rgw/0r$^'000' ttnd <^at
PiUsinrp)ffId f? ukiD8 ^er through to
The . Sffic?lJnB pUrp08e ?r delivering her.
* ? ?m' Js&dssi
W??d'"?"^^^?wmo'sS
bu? pii5 "for'"iSUS?1W?.?00,
teg?t?S
.Bvasspsggs
AS^"1 ?-Elv" 35 feet 8 inchea
?-E"? ?tot Oioch*
?kSoS,.1-?" 30 f?,;
CtMltfNATl, March0 ?River SO a j??i
""?! "either cloudy .incl,M
and ?d
ssfswsstspsaa
e?wH?*^AK^^?D^"C^^''^Vethefmoni'
SpS?SS?a:
' TepnoMeo, Oliloand M fSigrip^'^g,00 ""
a:r,? .ou,a[lemi^K;;^
to collect a bill from Thomas McMahnn
received a kick from McMahon jS
Jrfh' IM<jMahon ?'aa jailed,
John Leahy was shot dead hv r?i,
Kaine to-day The murdnSwMtZtiSd
?atir1, wtre ki|wV:s?s
AMUSEMENTb.
opera house:
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES.
FRIDAY, HAK?H Olb.
AN ENTIRE CHANOK-OF PROGRAMME.
THE EVER WELCOME
M. B. LEAVITT'S
GIGANTEAN MINSTRELS.
New Songs, New Jokes, New Burlefqae.
Everything specially arranged for this, our return
visit. UnexcelleJ <*uncdlius,Celebraled
Specialty Artlsti
Superb Vocal and Instrumental Corps.
Tho Beit Minstrel Entertainment In the World.
Rovrvcd 8cat* for sa'e at Wllron & Biumer'i
mus'cstorawiihontcxtracbarge; raletocommence
Wfdnesday. March 7. Price* fcO and75 eU. t art
OPERA HOUSE.
ONE Niunr ONLY.
SATURDAY, MARCH 10th.
Third Year and Continued fluoctti of ELLIOTT
IiARNEs' Greatest American Drama
Only a Farmer's Daughter.
Ah Flayed by ihe Compsur in Kow York over ISO
times, and rvrr 1,000 times in
the United titates.
Pronounced by Praia and Pnbllo m the
"GREATEST BUCCKS3 Of THE MODERN
DRAMA."
Prices, 75 and Mccnis; no extra charge for Re
served Feat*, which can bo secured at Wilson 4
Bauujer's music store on and aitet Thursday, March
8th. mrS
The public la requested carefnlly to notice the
new and enlarged scheme.to be drawn Monthly.
?*"43 A PITA L PKIZK, *70.000.-%0
TICKETS ONLY Shares In Proportion.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
?%e do hereby certify that wo supervise tho ar
rangement* for all the Mcntbly ami Semi*Annual
Drawing* of the Louisiana Slate Lottery Company,
and In person manage and control tho Drawings
themselves. and that the tame are conducted with
honesty, fairness, aud In good faith toward all par
Ses, and.we author!*) the Company to use this eer*
flcate. with facsimiles of our signatures attachod,
in iu advertisement*"
7
? CoramlMlMaer*.
Incorporated in lW8%for23yean, by tho Lcgiala*
tnre for educations! and chaiiuble purpo?oe-with
a capital of $l,00Q.000-to which a reserve fund of
1660,000 hss since dmu added.
By an overwhelming popular vote, Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution,
adopted December 2, A. D. int.
The only lottery ever voted on and eudoaed by
the people of any State. It never scales or post
pones. It* Grand Single Number Drawings take
place monthly.
A splendid opportunity to win a fortune. Third
Grand Drawing, Claai ?, at NEW ORLEANS.
TntMlitjr, March is, Isft3-10<tb Monthly
Drawing.
CAPITAL MUZE, $75,000.
100.000 Tickets at FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
Fractions, In Fifths In proportion.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital Prise......
1 Capital Prisa..^..,
1 Capital Prise.........
S Frfm of 96,600mm.
iSg!SSi
Sb==s==sB
BOO Prises of 100. ? ? >,. ^ Mm
500 Prises of 60. , -v ffiK
1000 FiUes of 25... _ ZZZ 5$0
ArrnoxiMATioif nous.
? I iSSSffiSS pS2 25 ?
^KSaas as s %:?? us
1067 Prisos, amounting '
Applications for rates to clot* ihould be made
only to the office of the Company In New Orleans
For further Information, write clearly, giTintfuD
It A. DACPimi,
or K. A. DA0PH1W, " ' U'
m taraaUi itir.l. Wuhtngton. D. a
K. IX?In tho Kxtmor61o.nr8emj-Ani>uu Vr
NEW GOODS?GEO* R. TAYLOR.
USTIEW
SPRING
AND
SUMMER
GOODS
For Early Sales.
6eo. R. Taylor.
WHITE GOODS
AND
EMBROIDERIES!
Stock all Fresh and Complete,
and Unusually Large and Choice.
Geo. R.Taylor.
WASH GOODS.
PERCALINES,
CAHJJRICS,
PERCALES,
8ATTEENS,
AND A BEAUTIFUL 8TOCK
LINEN LAWNS.
Geo. R. Taylor
NUNS' VEILINGS
AND
BUNTINGSI
ALL THE NEW SHADES,
Red, Terricottas and
Crushed Strawberry.
JUST OPENED.
Geo. R. Taylor,
SILK COMER.
On this Counter we ha?e placed
a large lot of Remnants and Ureas
Patterns of Silks carried over from
last Season, which we intend dos
ing out at less than half the cost.
Geo. R. Taylor.
EXTRAORDINARY
BARGAINS
" ? in
SILKS CARRIED OVER.'
Geo. R. Taylor.
HOUSEKEEPING
GOODS I
This Department has recelred
oar special attention, and the best
make of Sheetings, Shirtings, Ta
ble Llntas, Towels, Napklns,(jullts,
Counterpanes, Cretonnes, Turkey
Hed Damasks, Sit., are offered at
the lowest prices.
Geo. R. Taylor.
TTTANTEU-A HOUSK OUSI'ITEOF
YY Kooml, OMlmliy luc?wJ. I?t 1>.vii n.
amd KMillcc lUHua,. ?r*
ANTED-A GIRL AT LEATHfE
WOOD?A xood cook, waihtraud irun.f
Toiopuono F tit, or enquire at Floto? JUm?. kill
Whesllny, jalT
-CTTA2JTED?D?li?A situation 15V
YY young man gcod at figure*, wjl-w > ,
band, and wllllrf to work Wea Uo I1MX,SJ
object. Addn?? uock Hot m. t itv p n'
GENERAL NOTICES,
-vtotioe to stoxe'contuaotohjj.
Bids will be received by ttc Third Pt??k
tcrian Church until Mirth *U*?. f?r
and excavation oonewihurvh U UiilitKuu J?^
aireet, 4*tw*?u Tblrij-clihth and Thlii|.J!S
atreets PUti* *nd ?pccillcauous aud infomau,?
ricelvcd ol H il Howard, architect. lbf?2ff.
toe reserve the rlaht to reject any or all UaTi*;
ineuta, ca?h. Addrou J. U. MIX.
nirl Jacob ?i.v-t. en.
JjJOTlCE.
Redemption of City Bonds.
Holder* of the 7J4 pcroeut bond* of the ?ijr
Wheeling, U?uul uuoartho t rdlnamv .j{ is7i
hereby notified that Liaccordance with provider
of ?altt ordluauou the following bowl*. m lis
63. 203, 170, 205, 23K, SCSI. 3IU, O.aflrLV
10. t?3, -0. 103, 300, 3H, 10, y|;?,
301, 100. 01,331,haviugbeeu??rawutyig;?n
to paid on piewntatlon to the under Jk?- ^,<1
will cease W bear internal on andI alter A?.n? i.i^
.5*??' LIST,
BEN J. DAViuNPORT
CotQinlMlonera ul Guy of MbwUu.
MUCH 1.18?. mr.' '
flAT.KD PROPOSALS.
s
^ Crrr Clerk's o?ncr ?
i WlUKUNO, W, V*., February iv.In&j
Sealed proposals will be received tt tlwuiticeci
theCUy utrkuutil WEDNESDAY,MAttCIlT.iiu
at 5 o'clock f. Mm for too removal of all klichnj
Garbage and ott'al from within the city Uiulu lot
tne year oouimcnclug APRIL l, ihw, the biu? to ^
I MFortho First District, comprising all of the Fim
tho Bccond District, comprising tlitRwond
and Boveuth ward*.
For the Third DUtrlct, comprising the Third and
1 Fourth waids.
> fourth District, oomprlslug all south of Whed
11uk creek to Caldwell's iuu.
I >or the Filth District, comprising nil Niuih of
i Caldwell'sKuu to the southern line of the city.
No poisons will bo awarded lor mure thau one
1 district, uor can dwy be luturestcd In any prup>?*i
1 lor wore than diw district
1'ropoMtls to bo addressed to the '"Chairman ul
the Committee on Health," the committee r?*rr.
lu*Ihorightu>reJ?l wor.UMv
fe20 ^ ?y i-.ut.
OTICE TO
contractors.
proposils will bo received at tbo Office of th?
Chief Engineer of the Ohio Valley I'ouitnietioa
Company. in Farkereburg, We^t Virginia, until noon
uuthoSltl DAJ Of .llareli,lhN3,furllieUraainj.
: Masonry, Iron Bridging, Trt*llu and Itle Mridn>.
CrossTias,Traoklayingaud BaliastlnR for theobiu
River Railroad, between Beuwood an.l l^ikerv
bur*, West Virginia, being about !W milt# iu the
Valley of tlie Ohio Klver.
Bids will bo received for tho whole or any part ol
^Plains, profiles and speclflcatlocs cau be wa it
tho office of the Uhlei KuRlncer ou and after Um
12th day of i'ebruary, 18m.
' WALLACE McfiBATB,
Chief Englueer. I'arkenburg, W. Va.
TOSTrONKMENT.
Owlnir to tho floods In the Ohio Valley, theoj*u
Inn of tho bida lor the construction of the Ohio
Kivcr Hall road will be extended to the sUi <i?y ol
Mmtb, MM. W?L
N1
forbbnt.
SB&lii?
pSisgs
wi>v <?? J. mc^kk. "????:
.fun m>3
FOR RENT?a FIVE ROOM C(?T
YaGK Houhjou UeUwure fcticei; * lout room
home ou rfouth York htrvei; h mix tooiu Louw m
routh Front ?trcet; alNiabrii-k Hoiimj. tlx iuum?,
Hall up stairs nuil down, fronting river uu routti
Front i tree t- K.J.STOWK. u.rt?
For rent-tue situation and
Houao, among tho best on tho IMuuJ. .Vo. a
bouth i'enn street. Ventilation ana drtlu?i,a
among the bfet iu tne city, mid where hi^h *?ur
never comes; containing, with hath and tellir.tin
rooma, gas and water through the Iiouhj, with
cloUieapreaes, cupboard* ?ud waU-r cJomU Kttit
, rcaaouanlc. Apply to A. M. A1MM8. frt_
JPOK KENT.
Large House on Fifteenth street
Small Houm on Twentieth street,
10 Rooms suitable for lodging or olflcei
i fe3 H. FOHBE8, Cuatom liouif.
pOR KENT.
The elegant large new hnilncM rocm No. uo |
Main street, opposite Klevvuih street.
Alto Hue up ttalni apartwcuUt adapted to fiai> '
Ilea without children. Two room* on second flour i
115. and four looiai on third Uoor f JO per xuuuih, |
Including gaa.
jalO J A3. L. 1IAWLEY A fO.
JfOB RENT.
I'art of tho nound floor and all of the hj>p?
part of tho Old 8mith Brewer? lJull'Itu*, wna
deventeouth and Chanllnu street#. Itulidlug it M
feet bf 140 leet. Will letuw fur hvoyeitn.
XBBK1NK ALLbON, AH'ji.
no? No. 1318 Market Html
POR 8ALK.
Wheeling, 0.,
" Korlu;it?r
SALE?HACK?A Sf'COVIl.
? art'
STOCK AND GOOD
la th Jd r'orloulJ?"??
D. L. HUH&AH1) nakilalin Ion to wit
Q1I l iUSSJDENOE FOK b'.tLK
Ut?t MU&rtM:^ JJlDMuri? ^PthA^nl T.C'ttf'
Ihe botlM) H ltnoliul S~!S'""re
modem ?"wSE^e'R!2??w ?"
promtaeiSiny S 1 ?a tin. li.
Term, will iwrnwo io mil.
-15H TV'M. t
POB SALE OR KENT.
. -* PAnjt OFtl ACUEB,
stssasssjSJK
mrS? n Mf J?,IIN J- ?WI*
- ?eat Wheeling. I'nornmn i'.O.
pOR BALE.
UBh*n?Ullell6N*U Mill.
fi Jbarea Jeflbmon Nail Mill
Kah,rv" Nail Mill ?
li HhEfe" ?o.
}< gbaroa Uliello UIam Co
a Bharec Manufacturer*' Insurance ra.
fo7 I. IK WIN,
No 24 Twelfth -IrrfL
pOK SALE AT A ilAKGAIN,
oi umbwod land in Pony count}-, Toumm.
OC7 W. V. 1IOUE'a ?U0.,
- 1300 Market Html
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
I1*1'"!' "*'? 011 !WM!?
Si,1SVI,"'"'Wt'""0 J""1*
In&lfflSSM
Harm J'wlnn-/l V. I?.T i. ^ 'J 'I.'!
?lit. Chin. rT 01 l'?rliu;M?iUt.-an
vS2S w2r ^.u";r' >?ii.
'"?"i ????. ?ltt Ho. il ,-mt'L
loJl H. H. A 1.1 IMJS,
-== ^Htigncc ?jf VV. M. H'ilfUEl
POBSALE.
A. T?lu?bl?F>rm o/ 280 acres for Bale, till
?t?d on Fork Ridge, 5!ar>!:?ll county, IV. V*..
?r?? wl??. B' A ?- >'- !'?? station, is rui'rt
imf ? . S? L?g,.?n " y??d ?" i? W
?otl In ? high ittte ofcuiiivaUou; onf-biii
k.t..jJ."1?01' convenient to mill., mit
.'*"4 ohnrehM; plenty of RooJ fruit, ?1J
l* e5- fobowidinone Intel orin )>.
jjjfc For /artlicr p*rticul?r? call on or td
? PETER CROW,
xr 1,0Ie" .Kwton, Marshall Co., W. Va.
, Mantlon thla patK-r. jaSVwr
j^OK SALE CHEAP.
MUMBLE fiiSOEd HID!
4-3 AoroM,
wf?tBridgeport, 0b>, ea
Wh*?fi*LiWv ,n'1 ??? trow the 1117 o!
v* t*,d land mntafnitau lou??
? ft'?''* **'x fOO( T#111 "f "at
?w 1411114011IU1 "tool? iit in w
?ult puichaarr*.
or tSd'raB1*' ln'onD*llon '"inlw on the pnalttt
U1M JOHN 8. HATW,
A LL KINDS OF I'l.Al.N ANFKA>i7V i
JOB WORK
NEATLY AND I'KOWITlY EXaX'TED
duly arttu'JgfclB job omen
Not. 91 ud 37 FourtetnUt SlrML

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