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(VULKLINU, W.VA.,MARCfl 10,1800.
Hibitebwl diliy tbundaji excepted) by
FREW, fiXMPBELL A HART, - JTro^s,
Al Koe.23 and 27 Fourteenth ilrcct.
TERM* OF DAILY.
One oopy ona 001 Three month*. 12 00
Bis monthi 4 001 One month-.... 6ft
DellYerod by oaniaa In city, 150 per week.
TKEM8 OF HH?T-WfflOCLY.
One yttar. ... I? 001 Six inoutbi........?..f 1 60
- TERMS OF WEEKLY.
One 001 Six month*............ 06
Greet reduction to Clnbi, Send for sample oopy
end droolers, iddrai
FREW, (U?PBKI.I< 4 HART,
Whaling, W. Ve.
[Entered at the Portoffloe at Wheeling . Va.. aa I
peooad claw matter.l I
Th? Darrloi Aflblr.
The bold Attempt of tho President of
?- - 1? Um. 1
ono Centra! American sunt 10 muc uiusell
Dictator over all Central America cannot
be lacking in interest (or the people of
"the United States. The situation calls for
vigilance on the part of our Government
to see that no interest of ours shall sutler.
In view of what is going on and of the
complications which may arise.it is unfortunate
that the questions involved are
new to the President Before he has had
time to give consideration to our foreign
relations he is called upon to consider a
question of war'aud conquest on this continent.
This is not to be imputed to the
President as a. fault, for bis career hitherto
has not leil him in that direction. It
is, however, not less a misfortune to the
country that tho President has not a firm
and masterful grip on a foreign question
so near at homo.
At this time the thongbt naturally suggests
itself that if Blaine were at tho helm
the President would not have to wait to
form a policy, and the country would
know what that policy was going to bo.
No American statesman has given to tbo
?... l i r*?i ?...flnn,! mncctinriH on
OOUIU tU?U UOUIilOi AU<V<<VM.. -1??
much thought as Mr. Blaine has given to
it, and no other has with so much clearness
laid his views b'foro the country.
Indeed it is a mortifying rellection, that
if Mr. Blaino's pel icy had been carried into
effect the Latin republics of this continent
would have been bound togother in the
bonds of peace, the peaceful mediation of
tho United States would have been recognized
as of substantial value, and the voice
of thiscountry in friendly council would
havo been potent for the preservation of
peace in that part of the continent. There
would have been no field of operation for
tho brazen usurper Barrios, and we should
have had some protection against the intrigues
of European powers.
It is greatly to be hoped that President
Cledeland's administration may be equal
j to the demands, whatever they may bev
This country is not called upon Jo be
everybody's friend in a military sense,
and we need not go about after the fashion
of Don Quixote. But wo are here to stay,
aud it concerns us to keep a friendly eye
on our neighbors?particularly lo be on
the alert against tho schemes of conquest
that may be hatched on the other side of
the Atlantic. If Franco i8"backing?Barriog,
that is something for us to know and to
inect> Happily wo have now no civil
strife on our hands, and the opportunity
to repeat the Maxniillian diversion on another
stage is not inviting. It ought to
be made clear to all concerned that the
United States has interests on this continent
and will guard them.
llltKAKFAST UUDGI2T.
Stockton, Me., boasts of a boy 15 years
old who is 0 foot 2 inches tall.
The City Council of G'levelaud attended
the skating rink in a body last Friday
night
A new industry in tho manufacture of
artificial ivory from bones and scraps of
sheep-skin. .
The Hon. John B. Manning, brother of
the Secretary of the Treasury, expects to
be Collector of the Tort of Buflalo.
A flagstaff at Mount Vernon, W. T., 140
feet high, is claimed to bo the longest uuspliced
spar in the United States.
George W. Chambers, oji octogenarian,
of Pleasant Unity, Westmoreland Co., Pa.,
claims to be the reaJ inventor of the airbreak
patented by Westinghouse.
Dr. Ayers, living at Homer, Licking
county. Ohio, found a peculiar looking
gravel in tho Licking Biver, which proved
to be a diamond in the rough, and he has
been oflored $0,000 for it
A Heading hat manufacturer says the
aveiage Pennsylvania's sizo is Of; tho
average New Yorker's, 7; and the Western
and New England heads range from
7} to 71. He thinks tho size of the head
is increased by excitement
_ A. colossal statuo in bronze of Colonel
ivaaiey, luo mio rresiaeui 01 mo ueorgia
Central Kailroad, was cast at the HenryBoiraards
Company's works in Ji'ew York
last week. Ids statue will weigh over
4,000pounds, and was poidfor by subscription
by ,the employes of Air. Wadloy's
road. It will be erected in Macon, Ga.
? Professor Catenhousen, of Milwaukee,
has been selected as one of the three judgea
who are to determine the relative merits
of the musical compositions entered at the
National Saengerfest next year for the
priia of $1,000 offered by John Plankinton.
The death of Dr. Damrosch rendered the
selection of a now judge necessary.
WaililiiBtun "Woman,
ilra. Thomas A. Hendricks is short of
stature and has a well-rounded figure.
She has black bair, dark eyes and a comSiexion
as delicate as an Infant's. Sho
ressesmodlshiy and Ib thoroughly versed
on all tho topics of the day, as well as being
a leader in tho matter of social requirements.
Mrs. 'William O. Endlcott, wife of the
new War Minister, is a tall, slender, grayhaired
and pleasant-faced lady, who takes
an intelligent interest in all that goes on
about her. She has fully made up her
. mind to enjoy life at the capital, and she
will have the, support of all good Bostonese
in so doing.' '
Mrs. William F. Vilas, wife of the Postmaster
General, is a dainty young matron
upon whom Cabinet dignities sot gracefully.
There is not a doubt that ber
house, when she takes one, will be a
Mecca, for all society pilgrims to journey
towards. Sho Is clever, pretty, pleasant,
nnd is a very One musician.
Mrs. William B. Haien. wife of the
Chief of the Signal Service, is one of tho
most brilliant woman in Washington.
She has daBblngblack eyes, a genial and
happy manner, and dresses with severe
good taste. Sne has a beautiful hotiso,
entertains liberally and is thorougby devoted
to her husband and little son.
Mrs. W. N. Cloveland is an alert, active
little lady, the ideal wife of a clergyman.
She wears her dark hair in soft waves on
her low forehead, and baa a sweet and
captivating address. Mrs. Cleveland has
superceded Mrs. Logan as a prominent
lover of little ones. She kissed all tho
children who passed before them on Saturday
afternoon at their first reception,
and one ragged boy who was too large received
encouraging pats of welcome from
ter kindly hands.
Mrs. Hoyt, sister of the President, Is a
charming little woman with kindly, unaffected
manners, and dark eyes that sparkle
and flash with merriment. She is a fine
conversationalist, and does jot need to
talk scandal to entertain. Mrs. Bacon,
another sister of the President, hss a
Jovely Madonna-like face that betokens a
gentle and ladylike disposition. She weti
her brown balr in smooth binds upon hi
forehead after the fashion of Mrs. Luc
Hayes.
Mrs. Thomas F. Bayard, wife of the Se
retury of Stale, is a tail, slender lad;
quite splrituelle in appearance. She hi
a finely poised bead on a' beautiful seel
and her perfectly charming eise of mat
ner betokens her pood breeding. Tt
leading lady of the Cabinet circle is fittc
for the lofty position by birth, cnlture an
fitness.
Miss Cleveland has now been duly coi
stlfutod lady of the White House. She
graceful, slender, of medium height, has
cordial greeting and gives a wann, firr
sincere shake with ber exquisite lltt
band. . She wears her light brown ha
and it lies in curls and waves over hi
head. Many of the ladies here see iu hi
a striking resemblance to Miss Ka
Field. Miss Cleveland speaks? sever
languages, is a brilliant and senslb
woman, and la sure to be a great succe
at Washington.
A Uollaluut Killlur ami tlio Itlnlc,
Oahaton I Texai) A'nn.
The Fort Worth Democrat, in doubt i
to the relations between religion and roll
skates, turns back to the good old tin
when "it was the custom of religious pe
pie, especially of the Methodist stripe,
refer all knotty questions of morale at
religion to the then sole (now senior) e<]
tor of the St, Louis AJneatt, a Method!
minor. To the questions, "Is there
Southern Methodist Ob arch in St. Lou
that hu under its control
skating rinlc conducted for t)
benefit of the church? Is it n
wrong for a member of the churoh to I
engaged in conducting a rink?" the Adt
cale replies: "So far as the senior of til
paper is concerned, and to him all su<
questions come, he does not personal
know if there is any skating rlnlrintti
ci' y. He has been told there was and b
seen notices in the secular papers in refe
ence to it. The rink in St. Ixmis, if the
be one, and no doubt there is, though v
have never Been it, is no businets of oui
and we bavo other and more imports
matters to attend to, no desire to go the
nor to rneddlo with those that do, so loi
as they let us and ours alone."
Ac ill] *1 ilMrunjeter*.
rhllatUtphta Lolgtr.
There are two live barometers in Sa
ramento, Cal., that have proved trui
worthy, even where artificial instruinen
have failed. One of them is acattis
which is: kept in a water-trough. No ma
ter how clear the weather may be, this (if
always before a storm makes it a point i
swim?about with his bead below tl
water and his tail above. When the rai
begins to fall he goes out of sight unl
the weather changes. The other is
couple of frogs under the floor of the polii
office, which have never been seen by at
of the police officers, but who presage
storm several hours in advance of tl
barometrical indications by a series of p
culiorly discordant croaks. No matti
how clear and bright thS night, tho poli<
officers then make it a point to prepa:
for a storm, and the warning has nev
proved in vain.
Tiikbz is a wide-spread and serious pr
valence of disorders of the kidneys; at
of.various diseases caused by tho impe
feet operation of tho kidneys and live
According to Roberts, Thompson, an
other recognized authorities, kidney di
orders are very common, but the obscu
ity of theirpoeitivesymptomsis so marke
that many people; ill and out of torts gei
erally, are really victims of kidney con
plaint, and thev and their physicians d
not realize it Kheumatic pains, irrogult
appetite, frequent headache, chills an
fever, "blues," hot and dry skin, sot
stomach, dyspepsia, irregular action of th
bowels, nervous Irritability, m uscnlar son
ness, cramps, languor, impairment i
memory, loss of virilitv, are among til
preliminary evidences of coming ludne
and liver derangements. As tbe diseai
develops men iouow lumo imca, twain:
unklcs, pale (ace, scalding sensations, til
water sometimes being very light an
abundant, at others scarce, dark-colorc
and frothy, and abounding in sediinen
and, under the microscope, in albume
and tube casts. 11 the deranged kidney
aro not promptly attended to there isdar
Sr of the terrible Brlght's Diseasstherto
considered incntnblo, which is
consumption or destruction of the kid
neys?the near approach of which alum
ing disorder should awaken the liveliti
concern, foritsocn hurries one intoth
grave unless promptly checked.
Disordered kidneys bavo the unfortt
nate effect also of weakening the vigor c
the liver, as indicated if one has, beside
the above symptoms, yellow spotted skir
fat covered eye-balls, frontal heudach
after eating, burning and itching skir
cold extremities, bot head, bad circulatio
of blood, sick headache, nausea, ligh
colored evacuations, constipation, piles
variablo appetite and feelings, dizzinesi
blurred eyesight, liver-cough, ague, chilli
fevers, wakefulness at night, drowsinee
by day, etc.
These are some of the commoner symf
toins as laid down by leading medical an
thorities, and with thein in view ou
ought not to have much troublo in ascel
tinning if he is suffering from disorders c
these great organs.
These observations have been calle
forth by a double-column article wbiel
appears in another place in this papei
Skeptical of some of tlio statements mad
therein, and at other times by tlio kiiu
persons, we have been led to make a littl
study of the matter ourselves, with th
above result. These diseases prevai
amongst youny and old everywhere, resulting
in terrible and untimely deaths
they take off more people than epidemics
pliysicians report death as occurring fron
such diseases as apoplexy, paralysis, con
vulsions, heart disease, pneumonia, (even
etc., when in reality these disorders ar
often secondary to Bright's disease am
would seldom occur were the kid
noys In healthy working condi
tion. Hence, from personal knowl
edge, or from trustworthy experience o
other competent judges, wo believe thor
i; no preparation equal to the remedy tha
is so prominently mentioned elsewhere ii
this issue, for preventing and curing tin
dangerous disorders of which wo hav
written. It has had an extraordinary sale
is overywhoro commended, the record o
its work seems indisputable, its manufnc
turera aro renutwl to be men of the hich
cat standing, We bold, therefore, tlia
not to iiso it, if needed, would bo a crim<
against one's supromest interests, especial
ly at tbis time when, threatened by i
fearful epidemic, it is of tho highest im
eortance, according to Dr. Koch, tiie cele
rated Herman cholera specialist, that wi
keep the kidnoys, liver and digestiveorgam
in healthy action, if tho scourge would bi
oscapcd.
$1,00000 wo offer to anyone dctectini
even a trace of common grease in Strum
Genuino Wax Soap.
Can tho tailor's nag be properly called i
clothes horso 7? Bmton Commercial JhtHrtii
Red Star
S. yt i
tbade^T(MABK:
?8r 1 v AST
mughjure
Frttfrom Oplalf^mnml Mhm.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
CeMinrmkllla. Cnt Wknptac Omsk,
Aatkmo. Oaln.r. PalatU i*"
t?n. .
Price BO eeatea bottle. gSfiflg
m. J<arUtt unaiu to in*** tk*rdmtf*rta prcrnpUif
n Th? Earth a Grut Ha goat,
ir JJorDtOffUal Ann.
:y Everything on the earth and in the air
above is permeated with the earth'a tnagL
netlo' force?it goes through your clothes,
, it penetrates your bodies, it saturates your
U brains, it is a part of life itselL Uaus, the
t illustrious German astronomer, has com,!
puled, taking as a unit of hia measureIC
ment a magnet fourteen inches long, one
inch wide, one-fourth Inch thick, weigh4
ing one pound, made o( the hardest steel
and of the strongest magnetic force as
, equal to 8,4(H,000,000,000,000.000,000 such
}" magnets. The attracting or lifting power
of such a magnet is about ten pounds,
* which would make the attractive power of
? the eartli 42,310,000,000,000,000,000 tons.
If this magnetism wero equally distributed
" throughout the mass of the earth, the
j~ magnetic Intensity of each cubic yard
would be equal to six of these magnets, or
about sixty pounds attractive force. Fro,
' feasor Myer Juts showed tliat this magnetic
Influence, thi? invisible force, is a power
~ filling space to an unknown diutanoe and
radiating in the lines of magnetic force
very much as the rsys ot the sunlight, the
lines of the earth's magnetic force being
u from South to North, us indicated by the
er compass needle.
ie -
o- Tint best etiquette for a man is not to
to boast of his virtues. It is also exceedingid
ly inelegant to annoy society with his
|l- coughs and colds, when he can And relief
at in a b.ttloof Sr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
a 1
jg To restore the original qualities to steel
g which has been burnt in the forge, plunge
id the metal at a red heat Into a mixture of
ot two parts of pilch, two parts ot train oil,
3e one part of tallow and a small quantity or
o common salt. Kepeat the operation two
,1a or three times. Excellent results have
:h frequently been obtained.
^ Tnrnlil I.lvitP.
is r
as Night sweaty fever, chills, malaria, dyair
pepeia. cured bv "Wells' Health Benewre
er."il. _
$1,000 00 we offer to anyono detecting
even a trace of common grease in Strunr
re Genuino Wax Soap.
DIKl). 'tf' , I
KCELINE?At his residence, Council Blufft,
Iowa, Saturday morning, March 14,1686, Willux
KmjNK, #t'ed Myoare.
Tbe funeral will tako place from the residence of
0- F. O. Meyers, No. 1010 Main street, on Sunday afterit
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are Into
vfted. Interment at Mt. Wrod pemetery.
h, ??????????????
j- gmlUts.
to QWAHT.Efl E- MASON,
& X3E3STTXST,
0 OOR. TWELFTH A M ARKKT STREETB,
jy Entrance 1205 Market Street,
a Offlno ITotim?O tn lp. x.. 2 tn ft r. K. aprt
Xl "WHEELING DENTAL PLACE.
VV ESTABLISHED 1871.
,e ^7 Bent Guin Xcotli. $7
re W A HK ANTED. ... ,
Br Teeth oxtractwl without pain by a new Anaesthetic.
Local Application. (You are not put to
sleep.) Teeth filled very reasonable
OK. S. H. CALDWELL. ,
q. mrlO Jacob St.. Cor. Twenty-fifth St.
rtl rpHE BEST GUM TEETH <HVP"7
r- Warranted In every respect. k?j? A
r. VITALIZED AIR GIVEN and Teeth Extracted
1 entirely Free from Fain. '
IU We use no chloroform or ether In any operation,
o. consequently patleuts are uot strapped down to the
chair when vitalised Air is taken,
r- Dm. MORRISON, DentliU,
i No. 1206Markot Street
,Tftlm)honft A-1W T)oW
1- ==========================:
0 gftoHcc fluting gUnUi.
1 ISLAND RINKl
1 PATRONIZED BY THE ELITE I
19
'8 Tie Bost.of Order at all Times!
2 Tlio Cheapest llatos In I he Citf!
a Tile Vest Floor In tlic City I
If ""
U No lady need hfritato to attend ftt any lime
S without efcort. m the mpcctablllty of the link la
l- umincationable.
The mnuBRCtnent have made arrangement* with
the Bridiro Company to acll monthly toll tickets to
a jiAftlct living lu the city Rt 40 cents. Theao ticketa
inukt be pig^ased prior to the 10th of each month.
|* 'ALL ABE INVITED TO ATTEND.
ISLAND ROLLER RINK CO,
miO
\ NORTH END RINK!
I COR. FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS,
it
Mo mint; ScsNlqil.
' I.adlesand Children 10 cis. Skates 10 CIs.
a Ociitlcnieif 20 CIs. Skatcj 10 Ct?.
1- '
>- Afternoon ScsHion.
- ladles and Children 15 Cti. Skates 10
if Cts. (leulleiueii 20 Cts. Skates lolls.
Evening Soxsion.
r- Admission 25 CIs. Skales 10 Cts. Chlle
drcn iindcr'12 years, udnilssion
? 15 Cts. Skates 10 Cts.
0
e No charge to parties having their own akates.
il Children will bo carefully looked alter when nn*
i_ geootnpiuited by their twneott. mr?
\ CoIIaes atid <&xCtls.
a *? ?
J & [ COLLARS
' ^ CUFFS
f ml 21 siaswo this mam
' l\ slzvl am th?
t \L*jH FINE8T G00D8
[? iJL y EVER MADE,
g ^ ,,w? AM Wnea, to
I A* J* Linings a*o Exteriors,
i VJr ^ A?k for them.
H. BONNEBOKN*
t ' no21 Agent for Wheeling.
j |
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
1 ARRIVAL and departure of
* XjLTRAINS?Explanation or Rktuxxcx Marks.
- Daily. ISunday excepted. JMonduy Excepted.?
9 Wheeling Time:
Depart Arrive,
I R.AO.B. R.?EAST. I
9 Exprew - 7:00 a m 8:10 p m
Express * 5:80 p m *10:15 a m
Cumberland Aooom.. 8:20 a m 6:8ft p a
* Mannlngton Aooom 4:10 pm 8:80 am
> Moundsvllle Accom............... 11:86 am 1:20 pm
Will'.
Express (Chicago and Col)...... 2:15 am 14:06 a m
Express (Chicsgo and Coj) 7:06 pm 7:60 a m
Express {Chicago and Col).?*11:20pm 6:16 pm ,
& Zaucsville Aaoorn .......... 8:40 pm ? 9:25 a m
, ZanoarilloAcconu. 7:85am 4:55pm :
: W., P. 4k R. Dir.
- Washington and Pittsburgh.- 4:10 a m *11:05 p m
Washington and Pittsburgh-. 8:26 a m t 7:00 p m .
Washington and Pittsburgh- 6s?pm fll:06am
Washington .. - t 4:06 pm 840am i
P., C.? St. I" lty.?K.U.T. |
Pittsburgh.?...-*. t 6:20 am 17:20 pm
Pittsburgh and Mow York? f 1:20 p m f 8:86 p m
fittabocgb and New York...... f 4:46 pm tH:06 am
WMTT. .
Express, Gin.andBt Louis?, f 8:66am t1:80am
Express, Gin. and Bt Louis-... f 4:46pm t 7:20pm
Express, Bteubenville ACol... f 120pmf 8:86pm .
MlTWl.^-y^...^..^.- 18:40 pn 17:40 am <
Plttsbnrgh............?5:67 am 8:28pm
Wollsburg, Clere. dkChi?9KM am Ifflam
Pitts., New York & Chi........... ll:12am 6:03 pm .
Pittsburgh and New Yock? 4:16 pm 12:88 pm
WallnUI^ocom^-^.? 6:01 pm 8:28 pm I
Express! CQorclan'd, E.& w... 10:05 am 2:45 pat
Millon Aooom 4:06 pm 9:50 am
Bt. gaimllio Aooom ? 9.*22am 8:25am
Bt. Clalrsvillo Aooom 1:60 pm 12:25 p m ]
,lBpm <:Wpm
Psmcnger - ?? 1:60am *12:06 pm
Hwengor. -. 4:00pro * 9:50 pm
Freight-..?..-?..?.. ...?I 6:66 a ml 6*86 pm
Local and through tickets axe sold Tia all the
above lines at Union Railroad Office, 1200 Market
street Buy jour tickets there.
R., Z. A O. Railroad.
Leave Bellalre at 2:10 r. v. for Bummerfield.
Leave Bellalre at 040 a. m. lor Bummerfield and i
lananWa, Atrimt3ellali?,ltfJA.ii.andM?r?*?
(6t0-s'sttftl * gg- _
GEO. f. STIFEl [
I &oo,
iff
L 1114 Main St.
or, >
i
LACE.
^CURTAINS
ad n
he n
&
J 0
? We shall close out all our odd
V
of lots of One and Two Pairs of
a Pattern in Nottingham, ApSt
plique and Tambour LACE
^ CURTAINS at j
f _ HALPPBICE.
I'l
AD ?" ' p
he C
he r
Ue> # C
Will open during the week
gttv ^ducttlscmcut*.
CJALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODSjO
portion of Dr.iftrtah'a HooMhold Ooodi *
baio^cheap for cash. QUI at 1127 GhapUne st*?
OR KENT?PLEASANT FU
nisbed front zoom with board, suitable :
two gentlemtn or nub and wife. No. 41 Ilftett
H?A,. . : .? Mr11
\1TANTED?BY A YOUNG MA
- f Y i(*d 30. a situation to Kara Bricklayii
Can furnish refereneta.. Addrtai Kf, care luiel
g?nW'OfBoa;^""t,r?>r,.r;;::y.n-^,,<.i'rr-.:-mriy
JERSEY HEIFER FOR SALE.
Thoroughbred unregistered, solid fawn ool
black tongue and switch. Very gentle. Dae
April or May. Price 175. 8. F. CRAWFORD,
mr!9 1108 Main Street
JJARGAIMS
IN OB6ANS.
One Eilay Organ 0
One Smith Orsau SO ?
OnoMason &Hamlin.?..~~...~~~?..?...~~ 40 0
Gall and see them at
mrlO BAPMKR'S MP8IO STORE
JOBBERS' AND MANUFACTURES
O ASSOCIATION.
The resular monthly meeting of the Jobbers'a
Manufacturers' Association will be held at t
Court House on Thursday afternoon. March 19
at 8 o'clock It is important that a.1 members
present or seprweuti'd.
, T. H. LOO AN, President
Bqwahd HAUKrr, Focretary. mrii
gTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
There will bo a meeting of the Stockholders
the Belmont Nail Company at their office.
THURSDAY, the Ud day irf April, 1885. at 2o'clc
r M.. to farther disoia* the subject uuderconsld
at ion at their meetlug held on the27ih day of Ji
uary last, and to trausactany other business tl
may be brought before 11
By order of the Board.
wrlO-Th J. D DUBOIS. Secretary
gEALED PBOPbSALS.
City Clk.rk's Orfica. 1
City Boilpqio, March 18,1885. j
Sealed proposals will bo received at the C
Clark's office nntll Monday, March 23, 1886, at
o'clock p. x., for furnishing and delivering Cle
Coal, Mixed Coal, o- Coal as it cumes from I
bank, for one year ending March ft, 1885, to {
City Building. rity Ptison, LocK-up ana Jnre j
pftrmient ?.f the City of Wheeling.
Contractor to give bond for the fulfilment of o
tract.
Propyls to be addressed to the Chairman of I
Committee on Accounts.
The Committee reserve* the right to reject an;
all bids. FRANK BOWKIW,
mrlO ' City Clerl
WALL BRUSHE!
At R.H. LISTS,
1010 MAIN 8TKEE1
CKCAOVEOIS SKIN!
At It. H. LISTS,
1010 VAIN 8THEE1
FEATHBE DTJSTER
At It. It. LISTS,
mrll 1010 UA1X BTBEK1
DIAMONDS
I make this branch of my business a Ppkctal*
and have constantly In stock ttie largest assf
ment of
IFHsTIEJ GEMS
t
Ot any Hum- in tho State. Always willing to t
at extraordinary low prices.
I. G. DILLON
JEWELER,
1223 MARKET STREET,
mr!8 t
VACCINATION I
We are rccclvinjf every few days FRESH VJ
CINE AiATTh.il from the most reliable sources.
LOGAN & CO.,
Druggists, Bridge Corner
"THE BEST PILL I EVER USED
'And 1 bavonsed a great many In my family/
is what a lady said a few days sine? in
regard to
Logan & Co.'s Homestead Liver Fills,
Ehe sold further that her friends had used th<
on her recommendation and praised them 8S hi;
ly its herself. Forty Pills In cach box. Little It
for children. 8oldby
LOGAN ?& CO.,
Druggists, Bridge Corner,
Logan & Co.'s Pieasant Worm Syru
An Improved, Safe and Effectual Vermifuge.
The Pleasant Worm Syrup Is a new combinatl
of the Jattttandbttt remedial for worm*. It
purely vegetable, Is very pleasant to the taste, la i
Excellent Child's l'hysic, and mothers who ha
used It with their children speak of it'In. the hli
est praise, saying that it Is the best Vermifuge
use. Prico 25 cents in large bottle*, sold by t
best druggist* and storekeeper*. Aak for Logan
Co.'s Plooaat Worm Syrup.
LOGAN & CO.,
fe2C Druggists, Wheeling, W. Va.
SPRING
WRAPS
UBMesKo
, Will open this iriomitig a tie
stock of'Ladies' Brocade Velvt
and Silk Mantels.
Lace Curtains
Our stock is new, Pattern
choice and at the right pric<
Beautiful Lace Curtains at $2 5
per Pair and upwards.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
OTJR STOCK OF
SOW COMPLETE.
J. S. RHODES & CO
wrlfl
gnwugcmcnts.
Charley Shay's Theatre
Wheeling's Popular Family Theatre.
POPULAB PRICES?#5, 33 find AO Cent*.
MATINEE PfUCES?13, 8S and 3S Cents.
5roiScS(waY,j^ MONDAY, March 16.
The Qreateet Exponents of German Comedy,
GEO. W. & WM. J. THOMPSON
With their unrivaled
ACTIIVG DOGS!
Sector and Hero, and a splendid Comedy Compan]
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Matinee,
FOR A LIFE.
Wednesday and Thursday,
SE3STTBWOED;
Friday, Saturday and Saturday Matinee,
YACOP, OB THE PEULER'S STOUT.
Uatic Fuhlowbl. 25 cent MaUiraa WeduwU
mi'omU7?lfircli a-wiUmr DtuulloCo. mrl
kl
the
eo PIECES
L. a
? MEDICES AND TORSGHGN
- LACES I ]
n
With Insertings to Match. a
?
^ IsTEW
? Spring Goods i
OPENED DAILY. a
a
9 -feo.E.Stifel8Co.'
n
1114 MAIN ST. Ci
LOMarket
Street Entrance tlirongli a
Geo. I-Durst'sConfectlonery, 1113. '
inf.* _
i (ftupjcts, j-urnltuvc, See.
co i;
5 o ?rr
' 2 o\
j K y
VO ri
'H
iBP
% 111 z
CL g
fv 5!
EXp ^
. < o
O '
s faouina and gauttng.
0 j\J_0VliNG ANU HAULING.
lam prepared to do all kind# of moving and
hauling on ihort notice and quickly.
Wlllmakeltto;ourlntorctttoglvouiatrlal 7
Addrcuorcall on the
W. J. WARDEN',
1 Liveryman, 2110 Main St., Wheeling.
1 Telephone MX mrl*
"Santches and JIcwcIch. "
Q.0 TO LASH'S,
>| COB. WAIN AND ELEVENTH STREET, {
> For Watches, Clocks, Jcwolry, &c.,
First Class Goods. Priwslow. T
WWatch Repairing a 8pedalty. wjj
Branch Finn**. Martin's Fcrnr. Ohio. f?M4 do)
= Jl
ffihtna, ?lass and OJucens wa*t. ?
- ]V?AJ0UCA *?
, PITCHERS r
- II
rAU kind*, shapes and slset, at low price*. ~
I. WING BROS., ^
* mr!7 Market St, opp. McLure Home. A
ALARC4E AND ELEGANT ASSORT- ?
inontol jj
Wall Paper and Borden
At he Lcwcet Priccs. ^
JOHN FRIKDEL, V
M?11 11*1 Main Stwxrt.
- . ss Toi
'> Stclut ^ccnt. "SI
' proi
QTEAMSH1P
r. tickets: JS
I am still telling Tickets to or from Europe at
tehuloua low pricca. M. F. BKHRKNS,
. Grocer and Steamship Agent,
Market St., South Branob, KOl Jaoob St. T|
SUU80UIUK FOB J
, "THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER," &
i ?l 00 FJm AJfXUM. B
gew Spring gga4??~ttec. gL. gaplov.
MEW SPRING GOODS!?
MPIR0ftv- ' w . ""< m - MHMRIs -will 1*
r . ,'' - At4 A. i
JUST OPENED. "M
mm - i?HJ
' The in
Cleave C
remain
GEO. R TAYLORS
R?
Ladies' Cambric and Muslin Underwear. p
Special attention is invited to the new stock of Cambric smLL
nd Musliii Underwear we open and place on our Counters this F0i
lorning. All the garments we offer at this sale were made on6l)tl,
specially for our own sales, and most of the styles confined to
mrl0
ur own store. This Spring we have marked these goods at a
ery small advance above actual cost of njaterial and work. Our om
room.
tock of these goods was never as fine as at present. &,$1u
. V flVO K>
flvo nx
itrect.
Embroideries, White Bonds!!
' Two
This being the season of the year when we show the most gjg
xtensive and attractive stock of Embroideries and White
InnHc we talcp nleastire in announcing the fact that we have 1^U'
~ I ^ ---- - - w
iken unusual pains to provide the most choice stock we have gjgfU
and s&i
verhad?and at prices, no one can fail to approve. The ladies [(*ppi
re invited to call and see novelties in this line.
' F01
BLACK SILKSIl
We are now prepared to show a full line, embracing all the F 1
umbers of the best make of Lyons Silks imported, and at prices n.e i
How as the same can be afforded by any retail house in the conua:
ountry. . J!?.
spegiaOttention i
s invited to our fresh arrival of imported Woolen Dress Fabrics
nd Combination Suitings, and as the most choice novelties
Iways appear first and are quickly picked up, we advise an in- yjue
pection this week. We open also this morning our new stock
f Satteens, Ginghams, Toildu Nords, Handkerchiefs, &c., &c. _
We would make special mention olour new line of superior
lake of Black Silk Warp Henrietta Cloths, of which we have a
1 and am
omplete stock at very low prices. M*tin'
GEO. R, TAYLOR. 1
10 Bli
ft 8b
.Scat (Goods?*"BtRm. glcming St ?er. "J
; ' ~ mria
.4. r?-i IJ'I .TtTim/r
UrM~ JL JL' , A ^ ji ^
IEAL GOODS, S&ft
BEAVEB GOODS,
OTTER GOODS. *">
Fur Goods of nil Hindu. JSSt
T^OJ
MST ASSORTMENT OF J?
SEAL SACQUES, DOLMANS AND CLSTERETTES
Ever Drought to IltUburvh. J.KUUr
WM. FLEMING & CO.,
LEASING FURRIERS AND HATTERS, TO
irt* M FIFTH AVKNIIK. I'lTTOBllBOH. PA. Ten ?
. bd0W V
gt. (Car?gn'? gtecuc goutc. {"got.
Dr. Carson's Nerve Tonic, I
~*~a?FOR IVIEI\I.?^<^ ssss
About tl
ThU medicine baa been used by roe In thy practice for many years, for the treatment nf Xerroni ?rostra- jurrei ol
tlon, Absent Minded nets, Mental Derangement, Spermatorrhea, Impotency end all aflectlonsof the Kidney* known i
and Generative Orgsui, with the most gratifying results. I have never io.it a patient who wed It, but it bin i
'saved the litre* anurestored the health of tfaousauda.who, had it not been for lu timely help, would have ended ,
their davs in Innatic asylums or have sunk into premature gravel. I am now giving up the active practice , *ny1
of luedicluu, and dMlre to placu this TONIC where it will do tbe most good. 1 have therefore had it put up lu
pllflfcrm.so as to ?end It through the mail In plain wrappers, free from observation, to all parts of the world.
Tlundredror testimonials of positive cures of cases which have beenoronounced" incurable." are now . ,
in my ofllre, which were accomplished solely, by tbe use of too NKKVK TOMU. A large and varied expert* 2 atorj
eitce satisfies me that no medicine known to the profession will restore lost vitality more rapidly and perma* 2 tton
nently than tills.' Bvery form of Nervous Weakness, especially tlut ?f the Generative Unrnrui, such its 2stO?
Spermatorrhea, Proslaiorrhren. Impoteucy, etc.. In completely cureil by It, and often by a single W>x. Heiow i o AcJ
Is an Indorsement or It by the distinguished editor of llKAi.ru jnii Hour, Dr. little, who known of its vlrtuei
ly havlug used It so successfully lu bis owu large and lucrative practice. 18 Lot
SINCLE BOX, SI.00; SIX BOXES, 86.00.
Address DR. GARSON, 723 Twelfth Street, Washington, D. C. |jtwjj
... - . 1 I ~ JfABiim?if,B.C.. Jf??l5tk.ll?4. '"S3
. Wo li.ro known Dr. Corron for mtim! tnd wo know whit ho iuim In lb. obore oiW.rtlwmttit to Apply
be literally true; In fact, in our own baud* the Tonic has done much more tban the Doctor claims for It. lie mrl7
is an honest and reliable physician. W. H. HAMS, M. D..
Kdltnr IIrai.t" ?xn Hum. , /^10 0
j , V^wi
Soohs, Stntlonu-jj, Ac. I gonisulllc Sc gashuilU. "JOTt
JLANK BOOKS I |; | JJr M . ES
*? 11. guy
ALL PAPERS AND BORDERS, gs'
Foreign and Domestic. ONLY LI 1TB
? lands w
RUNNING fields. .
STATIONERY. . ggg|gj|
on. Tei
loUrial stock .nil GratotVulctx. Soldit BUFFET eI^' lr'
VKKi LOWJCrtT PB1CB) by , aJl .
SLEEPERS "?
JOS. GItAVES & SOX, ToLonlirllle, Nuhrllle, Decatur, Mobile, Mod*- Q?
rlt M Twelfth Street ?omorj and <S
ISTEW BOOKS 3STE"W" OKXiE-AJSTS
AT Till WITHOUT OHAHOK. u?u$
3ity Book Store. DOUBIE DAILY TRAINS. w.TS
miles fro
BE MONEY MAEEI1S. A reply to "The fiitod I*lM "" J?'"';,"
L H,., ltao? "7;,, ffig
iM:\ui.OI.c^. ki#5^ World's Exposition! ?
N A 1IARU1N. A novel. 12mo.,cioffi,ll?. !2jS!?.b
HE BONTLING BALL. A pnustloU utlre. 5""
lano., clotb, I1H). For Bate, K.p., 4t, wrlteto fifton
?WBi2?B 6. S. FARCER, A. 0. P. A.
STANTON & DAVENPORT. cinci?n.u,o. KM
15 j C. P. ATMORE, G. P. A T. A. li'Sdll
pew BOOKS. <"" 1/111 Urllla. Kt. ib?p^?
ntoblognphr of Dr.' Mrtrlon Blmi ^USltttSS ?aftW. peuftOh
r. GratUm, Hammond. ~this yeai
untllngBaU. rv 0. LIST, JB., SlifSifcJi
ewEnglishand German XorcU. anyone'
M7 Ko. 1862 Market^treet. PORK PACKER, VfcVK
rALENTINES, fofd?r
FINE AND COMIC. 38 FOCRTEEHTIISTREET.
|h!itrSSTXtfi'dX. *SmS?oSkup"CTEPHEN McOULLOUGH. is?r!
ire a lanie variety at close figures. Hall orders U No. 94,
inj-Uy flued. Qui on or ad drew, ' Newdi
mSaSMir, Carpenter and Builder, -ghcon
M Ko. MM MurVctfiu. Wheeling, w. Vg Brick ?nd Wooden BulldtaB Erected. 288SS
? ~ ? ~ Boob. V.Uej. Sky Light., Counteti.mlKliclvlnf. 3 Ho!,m
gOMSCttirntahlMfl fSOOdt. AN work promptly Attended to on rcuoiuble No. a J
"^5jffiSBB ""?? '"iS
,rotropWomn""wrlnBer A"* ^INDS OFPLAIN AND FANCY ^
Ittle mom thuitbellritlniUllmutyoup.gr to NEATLY AND promptly EXECUTED A(iK"
010. W. JOHNBON'B SONS. DAILY DTTKLlJOjSoER JOB Oma WKEKLJ
r7 BIO mn sueit, Mo.? ud r FonrtMnth utnu. yoplv.
*
jltcam Sachets.
t CHARLESTON AXD1S- ,|t3-T
IHMKDIATE Points The fineAffiggW
iriiMau "u
W. N. Chancellor,
Tjilfr**-*1**-? - -..Muter
1*1 B. JlmmxoTox, Uerk, wr
if tor the aboxe on Fmdat, March a.
OND GRAND EXCURSION To
1W OBLKAK8 AND THE WORLD'S FAltL
at cxoonlOD iteamer Bia BANDY, win
lncinnatf Tuesday, March 34. at & p. *.
in New Orleans six days. PanTO for roo&d
dy and Pomeruy Packet Co, Cincinnati, o.
~~ gerj^tnt.
OMS FOE KENT?IK K0R5.
rook's Block. Apply to W, V. HOGS A
MO Marklttml dea_
B RENT?BRICK STABLE IN
ar ol Dr. Ulrlch's Lome, lam euomh lor
(3) horses aud cartagc. Enquire of j,
^ iiu 3Ula itnet. mrt 1
I RENT.
A Brlclc Houso
;h York street, Island, containing 7 roocu
ith-room. Oaa aud water throughout tho
Enquire o( MARTIN THORN IPX.
I RENT.
even roomed House, with gas and Utfc
Ono six roomed House, with gas oul wtier
io. both on river front, South Front itreti
I doomed House, on South Krout rtrecu Om
omcu vuiinge, wnn guoa liable Oil lot. Oni
>med Cottage, water is house. on Delswu!
All houses well papuod aud pained ind
condition. E. J. STONE/
i KENT. ~ ~
riTMOooed Houses on Twentieth street
large House* on Fifteenth sirwL
Btoro-rooms with Dwellings.
al Office* and Rooms.
Inol ? n. FORBES,
Boom 7 Custom Hon*.
ihone A-S6. uis
I RENT.
II n# home No 103 South Front ftrrrt, con:
6 rooms, water and ftas; alio brick dwelling
hio street, containing 7 rooms, ball, wafer
i, two minutes walk trom bridge.
r to ; , J.M.BROWN.
rront street, or American Insurance Office.
vrnus*
J RENT.
From April 1st,
om No. 1802 Market street, In Bailey's Block,
copied by Mica Jennie B. Wilson.
Ire of , ? 11. FORBES,
ilionoA, 86. No. 7, U. 8. Custom Ilotw,
i RENT
OR SALTS.
Jcshable Residence on the corner ol Twelfth
>ff street, now occupied bjr Dr. Hsnltsty;
lb tlx large rooms and several until room*.
JAMES L. IIAWLEY,
Msln Stmt.
OB BENT.
o Three large Warehouses,
1503 and 150s Main Street,
10U4, l.Xlli Ulllt I0U5 south
its.
BLOCH BROS.
B SALE CHEAP?Ono Tift
Boiler.
mrlT
go* Sale.
( SALE OB RENT-ON EASY
rmi, a Small Farm containing 12K ?fm,
1 two miles west of Martin'# Kerry. Ohln.
i ou farm a Ave roomed house, good ?utli
all orchard of SO trees. Apply Immediately
UMJE, corner Third and Hickory itrrtu,
? Ferry. Ohio. rnrlT*
OK8 FOR SALE.
area Ohio Valley Bank.
area Rlversldo Glass Co.
aits Manufacturer** Juiurnnoe Co.
ares Ohio Valley Insurance Co.
ores Pea body Insurance Co.
iires W. & B. Bridge Co.
are Brilliant Nail Mill.
1. JRWIN. Agent. No. 24 Twri'Ui.Bt |
I EXCHANGE FOR WESTERS
dor for sale.
to and commodious residence and groundi
eo tenement houses, s'tnate in brn |*rt 4
lie, ono mile west of Bridgeport, ou tU
Property c?u be rented for 11,000 per yctr, ]
d party ;rea*on for*lllng: owner goliiu w?t
articular* lnqnlre at the Orand Home, t*
C.A.SCHAKPKRACO.,
hone. Beal Estate and Stock Broken.
: SALE, v
bio Real Estate on N. E. corner Twenty
ind Market street*, in the City of WbcellfiL
Lot 122 feet by 66 feet; now occuplcd bji
Its M a wagon and blacksmith shop.
W.V. HlMiKABRO.,
1800 Market Rlroet
L SALE-COUNTRY SEAT.
cres of choice high bottom land, six mitt
Wheeling, on Ohio River and K. & 0. B. H,
fd bv a subatantial brick house, 11 rooafc
and outbuildings, situated In a grove ?
lugar and poplar trees. Also, agoodiaw
Irulttreea. Apply to
W. V. HOOK & BBO., WOO Market St
W. MORROW, on the premium. mri
SALE.
VALUABLE COAL PROPERTY,
I on W., P. A B. R. R., (old Hempfleldl abort
u eaat of tho City of Wheeling, W. va."
vo miles from Ohio river, consisting of Xfl
! coal and 80 acres surface and awl, sol
is the "Willow Glen Coal Property."
W. V. HOOK <* BRO.,
1800 Market fltrwt.
FOR SALE.
r Brick Dwelling, No. 109 Fourteenth ?lreeU
r Brick on ElevenUrst., next to How Home,
r Frame, cor. of Jacob ?U and Alley W.
e? of Ground and good house at Kuney I
i on Ialand, in Fink's Addison.
FOR RKNT. '
r Frame, No. W South Front street.
' Brick on Eleventh St.. next to llose Home,
anmer property, cor. Virginia aud 1 enn ??.
?Frame, S rooms, No. 137 Twelfth street,
to W. II. RlNtMAKT,
11C3 Market aueet
NTRY RESIDENCE. TOGETHER
.u "-i?VI.T....I. ..... ihorttv for fills
ui ttiuuin ??v ?.vi ?
id Ouden UihIi. toI mil "J
II will rent. There U on ttepljro* S?J
look: iko tern new lUlilc. bun. corn
I wifon ?hed. ?IV under one tool. Ml ?
edlul outbuilding. There ?re'Jl jn? ?
lieh hu been enriched with
food?t?Momanure,hnu cd on It IntM
rear*. Molt ol the lud U well *??
M purpoeoe. There U tiro tooiEVjEJ
or Sale ana got _
FOB SALE.
ew House* ou Sixteenth itreet, each ocaI
rooms and bath-room. . ,hi
FIDE SHEW KAHMS-one
I Knob Fork, Weuel coun r, #. *? . ??
CC l^i (llWnda dfe*
ie last Ave year*, and logpod ordering
tlo; and toaujr one making a Urge
t a frreat bargain li oSered j
?WdSMffl?Si!
LK..i mile. Iron. WheelInf.
watered, admlntblr edapW.HjffS
id bellere It to be wM
rult There fa now ou It a mivg w ?
TOO ire ii of the brtt varlcilf* iof*rr*
errles aud pluma. moat ol which *' .
'The new public
a?C?PTI"i..?r^
iwSulnp too numeroui to mention.
FOR KENT.
Eighteenth itiett
lUey 14,
re mugs No. SS and Xo.tttowW*'
Seventeenth itreet, 12 room.
a No. 2C38 Main atrcet
Wgitwsnth itreet.
thcr Information JnjnIijofjKNny_
Real E?Ute iff nt
STS AKE WANTED IS EVE?|
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