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WUKBUNO, W. VA., JUAItCH jj, IBM,
1'ublMied daily (Sunday* excepted) oy
JBEW, CAMPBELL & 1UBT, - Props.
At No*. 25 tad 27 fourteenth street.
TERMS 07 DAILY.
On* copy one year;~f8 001 Three months........ 42 00
Six mouths - 4 00 {One mouth 63
Delivered by enrriuv in city, lie per nook.
TJIKMB OF88SUWSUCLY.
One year. ...W W| Hi* months... 41 SO
TKHM8 OF WEEKLY.
One year....... -41 001 Six months M
Great reduction to Clubs. Vend /or sample oopy
and dreulais. Addreu
riutw, CAMPBELL <ft HAKT.
I Wheeling, W. Va.
[Entered at the Postofflce at Wheeling, W. Va., as
sooond class matter.]
The City Goverumeut.
Each of tbo two parti en presents a nominee
ior Mayor. There la ail animated contest.
A Mayor lit elected. Ho presides
over tbo First Branch ol Council. He
signs contracts. This 1b the beginning
and the end of bis effective power. If ho
t sees wrongs in any department oi the executive
branch oi tbo city government ho
cannot reform tiiohi. Lie may direct ah
inferior city officer, but he cannot enforce
his orders. The inferior oliiccr is beyond
the reach of'tho Mayor, whose only resort
is a complaint to Council.
llbw Council will act, ana wueuier
will act at oil, as between the Mayor and
nnother city official, must always be a matter
ol uncertainty. The only Buppoit &
well-disposed and vigorous Mayor can depend
upon is public opinion, which may
be as powerless aa the Mayor to enforce its
will with dispatch.
II the city of Wheeling has waited for
a lesson on this subject sho has it now.
An intelligent, honest and earnest man is
Mayor. Ho desires to perform his duty
and has the courage to do it. Ho intonds,
bo far as he can, to Bee that other city officers
do their duty. Uo Bees certain laws
broken in arrogant dellance of the city
government, and the culprits are professional
law-breakers. He turns to the real
executive ann, and is laughed at and defied.
HIa orders to the subordinate who
refuses to subordinate himself aro at once
communicated to the iaw-breakef?, so that
*Un\r mm* loflG no DOlflt Of Ildr&ntflff6.
WVj J .
If the Mayor of Whcoliog were Mayor
in fact?if the police forco were in his
hands, ua it ought to be?there would
have bepn a different tale to tell. The
first Intimation the {{amblers would have
had of tho Mayor's purpose would have
been tho presence of the police in their
dens. Tho first assault would have been
followed up with other assaults. The
enemy would have been driven from the
mid, if that were possible. At all events
tho Mayor would have done his full duty.
Jf he had been obliged to make apologies
for failure thot would have beoii alter he
had tried and been worsted. Ifo would
not havo made excuses before ho raised
his hand.
Wheeling ought to have a real Mayor,
with full executivo power. Ho ought to
be the actual head of tho police force, having
power to appoint and dismiss the Sergeant,
with accountability to public opiu*
' ttw. - ...?n ?nf inaila 111
ion aione. ajiu qu^vouuu m> uu?
tho hope that a new order can be inatitutcd
during tho incumbency of the presc
ent Mayor. It is not made in the interest
of a party. >Vitli the exception o! the incumbent
the Mayors of Wheeling for a
quarter of a century ljavo been Democrats.
Perhaps the next Mayor will he a Democrat.
Tho politics of tho Mayor has nothing to
do with tho power that ought to be given
to the Mayor. If the Mayor isn't to be an
official somebody, why havo a Mayor?
Higglu* uud a t'rleud of Hla.
It is charitablo to bolieve that tho Preslden
t and the Secretary of the Treasury
were deceived by Senator Gormau in the
Higgins aU'air.^ Secretary Manning has
used just such men as Iiiggins in his role
of expert machine politician, but it is not
probablo that ho would knowingly liave
brought upon the administration such a
scandal as tho selection of Higgins has
caused.
Higgins is not only a huckstering politician
if the lowest type, but it has been
shown that ho was interested in faro
banks and other, mild diversions pf that
character. This/>ught to be enough without
any more, but thero is more and worse.
If tho President has entertained any
doubt of tho fraud that has been practised
on him that doubt ought to be removed
by the oxposure now made in the Philadelphia
Pros. In April 1881, in Philadelphia,
after a sharp cbase and ,a hot
encounter with pistols, the police arrested
a burglar who gave the name of
Conrad Fultz. A desperate eiTort was
?!??? *Kn mini Wtfnnooou (mm
Baltimore swore to lite good character.
Letters were sent to the samo effect, and
among tliem was this:
Baltiuokk, May 13,1831.
Dun Sir:?1 was greatly astonished on
learning that a man named Conrad Fultx,
of this city, has been convicted in your
city. 1 liavo knowu Mr. Full* for orer
tlfwen yearn, and I assure you that in
that tlmo I have, never known of any
complaint. Uo lias, to my knowledge,
followed the sea, and has always been
considered an iudustrious and good citiien.
Itospcctlully, Euub.ne Hiuai.vs,
Sec'y oi Md. Senate.
Tlio Prtu liaB the original, irom which
it publishes the fac simile. Fortunately
it was discovered that Conrad Fnlix was
tbo (amous burglar liilly Forrester, who
had spent a life in crime, was known under
half a dozon aliases, was an escaped
convict from Joliet, and was all that a
man ought not to bo. Be had been tho
keeper of a gambling den iu Chicago, and
after that mado his homo In Baltimore.
It lie had over been to sea it must have
been as a fugitive from justice.
It will tax Senator Gorman's ingenuity
to explain away his man Hlggins' connection
with the conspiracy to snatch a noted
criminal from Botinsylvdnia justice. Why
Hlggins was in this .job can only be a
matter of conjecture.. That ho was in it
* his letter proves. Yet he Is one of the
men selected' to restore the administration
of national affairs to the purity and
simplicity of the time of Thomas Joflers<w.
Sjjj
lUtgAKVAWT nUUOitX.
Surf bathing has commenced in San
Diego, Cal.
The skating link fever has reachodthe
Sandwich Islands.
There aro nineteen metals that are
worth above $1,000 a pound. v
Sanford; Fin., persons have begun the
manufacture of orange wine.
Tbl? country controls three-quarters of
the cornfield* ft the whole world.
The valuo of wood used annually in
cooperage In the United States is $33,714,'
VJQ '
Baltimore is to have an electric railway
between Huntington avenna and Uie
palon Passenger Station. The electric
conductor will be a {bird nil, and t
speed ton miles per hour.
A Manitoba fanner who tills 13,0
| acres ol land, communltittcs with his e
ployes by the use ol the telephone.
It Is understood that, for several caua
a comparatively small number of Ame
cans will go to Europe the coming su;
mer. ,
The will of an over-sensitive musicl
in Wisconsin contained the request tli
the village brass bajid should not play
his funeral.
German Inventive talent is improvit
one Saxon genlua malting forty inventio
during the past threo yean, seven-tent
of which have proved pnctlcable. .
Hotels on the continent of Europe co
pel the estate of auch persons as chance
die in thom to pay for the refurnish!
of the apartment- in which tho pers
died.
A woman quack has just been tried
Paris tor prescribing as a remedy for rh(
inatism a decoction of chopped pupp
and red worms stewed for three days a
three nights.
Lawn tennis is said to. have brought
like roller skating, a new and peculiar
sease. It is a rupture ot a muscle in t
arm. Tho ailment has already been d
nllied by a name.
The Mersey tunnel, recently completi
has a much greater importance than t
connection between Liverpool and Blrk<
head, In that it forms a direct all-rail 11
between Scotland and North Wales.
Western lumbermen are poking fun
Tom Naat's picture in ITarper't, whet
single span of horses are- represented
drawing a sled loaded with fifteen logsquite
impossible and improbable feat.
DIIIFT OF OPINION.
Can lie Mudu Cru?r Kaouffb.
ChUago InUr-Oann.
An exchange says: "An Albany4a
is going to present' tho President- witl
craiy^ull^ made ontirely of Olevela
and JiencincKs campaigu vuugco. will
wager that some of the mottoes as
on the Cleveland and Uendrickd badj
iu the last campaign will be omitted fr<
that quilt. But it can be made en
enough with a quarter of them,
.Just ax Sweat By Any Other Name.
Pittsburgh Conimtreial Oautle. '
The Louisville Courier Journal invo
ably refers to the ex-Speaker of the Hot
of Kepresentatives as "Mr. Sam Randal
This is awfully cutting, but "Mr. ft
Randall" is so busy counseling Mr. Clei
land and getting his men intothob*
positions at Washington that he has:
time to mind it much.
IlarU on the Torch.
Chicago Tina.
The oilice*hunting<patriots have inoff
deserted "Washington and gono hon
They have registered an oath never
carry a Democratic torch again, and
might be difficult just now in many pa
of the country to get up a very enthusii
tic torchlight procession of "Jacks
Democrats."
' Xot lur Juitph."
Philadelphia Prat.
Joseph Miller, the new commissioner
mtermu revenue, is 1101 n juunnnu I'
phut. It ia merely a coincidence in nann
Poor Torn'* a-Goldi
SI. Lmiti Olobi-Vmomt.
Thero have been two eclipses this yi
?a partial eclipse of the sun and a toi
eclipse of Tom Hendricks.
Atioul tlie .sue of It,
Philadelphia Prat.
o
The above represents tho earth. It
what the Kentucky Democrat wants.
ltutferintlk for Calves uml
A'uftomil Lin Stock Journal.
We are asked tho vaiU9 of buttermi
for swine and calves,, and why it is u
considered as safe to feed witliout-ui
additional food, as skimmed milk. Bntti
milk, if in good condition, has a val
very similar to skimmed milk. It
bliiihtly rii her in fat, having 1 perce
and slightly less albuminoid matter,
is figured at 23cests per 100 pounds,
will produco a rapid growth on'ciuves
pigs, if it does not derange the stornac
Bat buttermilk is apt to be in astroi
condition of fermentation. This ve
soon produces a hail form of sours, whic
unless taken quickly, may end fatal!
It is hardly safe to feed butte
milk without mixing one-half pout
of finished middlings (what fart
ers call "canel") per gallon 1
buttermilk. If it is quite sour
should be boiled with tho middlings. T1
heat will neutralise the acidity, but it w
not be as valuable as before fermentntu
Jtas eaten up some of the food element
Wo often recommend keeping a little fla
seed ott hand for use in checking soui
and it will be most useful here. Boil ot
quart of flaxseed in six quarts of watt
This will liecomeliko jelly. Stir alitUe
thin boilod flaxseed into the ration of eat
calf, or into that for several calves or pig
The emollient effect of this is very sootl
ing to the stomach. Feeders should n
consider a few bushels of flaxseed as ad<
ing to expenses, for it is worth all it cost
fed in small quantities, as promoting rap:
growth. Wo always use this instead
linseed oil, for there is danger of gettii
impure oil, but tho sec?l can bo relit
upon.
A LaDUu Story.
N. T.Star.
A story was told to mo by an Episcopi
Ian rector, yesterday. A lady called at tl
house ol a poorbutjworthy family in tl
gurb of the new sisterhood. In the conn
of converaatlon. a girl 14 years of age, wi
to bo conSrmetl by tho Bishop shortly.
"That's very interesting, and what a
you to be confirmed in7'yaskcdtho vis
tn?
"Why, don't you know?" replied tf
girl in astonishment. "What were yc
confirmed in?" referring, of coume, to tl
spiritual significance of tho rite.
"I? Well, IwascbnflrmW'in kidsli]
pers and wliito muslin."
Drowalnea* In ilia l>ay.tlmo
nnless caused by lack of sleep or froi
over-eating, is a sym ptom of disease. I f
be accompanied by general debility, hen
ache, lots of appetite, coated tongue an
sallow complexion, yon may bo sure th
you arc suffering from biliousness and coi
sequent derangement of the stomach ai
bowls. Dr. Pierce's "Pleasant Purgnth
l'ellota" are a surecure for all ailments i
this nature. They cleanse and purify tl
blood and relieve the digestive organs.
An Oakland obituary notice referred I
a deceased citizen as having "gone to
a happier borne." Tho widow is aboi
bringing a libel suit.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging, irritation, inflammation, t
Kidney and Urinary complaints, cored I
"Unclm-nnllm. $1.
Red Star
TRADlAgco/ 'MARK.
. Fr*o from Opiates, and I'oUont.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
I'ar Co.?ka, Sort, Throat, llo.r~?m I??MW
Cold.. IlroprLIII*, Croon. Tl>?lH?l|>i
Aathma. Q ulnar, 1'olaaln Chaat, aoj otlttr
fltrtliroa at tha Throat I.nuca.
asasaaga
_
A LL KINDS OF PLAIN AND FANO
NEATLY AMU'ROMl-TUT EXECUTED
ATTU -
m The vifisgers of Stowe were wont to reJ~
late In tlmea none by that a lord of the
manor wu desirous of raisinga church Is
his native place. "A hill wag chosen (or
?J>' the alte and the foundation laid; hut on
the-following day no traced of yesterday's
3~ work were visible?trenches, stones and
' tools having completely vanished. After
?} a long search they were discovered some
">t distance ofl'. The lord of the manor, howat
ever, was stubborn, and was not to be so
easily bafiled. Nino times, therefore, he
ig, renewed his attempt; but in vain, as each
ns night the mischievous spirit continued to
hs remove what the workmen had raised daring
the day. At last, after great difficulm.
ty, a man was induced to watch these
to midnight proceedings, when, to'his astonn?
isbment,he discovefffltthatthe opponents
0n of the church were the tiny legions of
Queen Mali. The real reason tor the ap.
pellatlon "Kino Churches" is that there
J1 are^nine advowsons appendant to the
manor.
HebbmtSi'Skciui, the greatphllosopher,
while in America, said: "The Yankees
in, live too fust, work took mnch, and catch
cold too often." What a chance for Dr.
he Bull's Cough Syrup.
ig- - "
'iu tM ux Iodoform or mercurials in
>d, the uauai of catarrh?whether In the
he form iu aupoeitoriea or ointments?
m- shown p- molded, as they are both inne
jurjuiik nna oangerous. Iodoform is easily
dnw.?< > ? us offensive odor. Tlie only
at reliable catarrh remedy on the market ton
day is Ely's Cream Balm, being free from
"?Jj all poisonous drum. It ima cured iftou_a
sands of acuta and chronic caseB, where
all other remedies have failed. A particle
is applied intj each nostril; no pain;
agreeable to use. Price fifty cents of druggists.
Kirriw
Kxctinrion Tleketa to Mew Orleans!
uy Cheap excursion tickets are now on sale
1 tt via the direct and popular Pan Handle
"d route. For.,tickets and full information
* ? call on oraddress J. G. Tomlinson, Agent,
KH1 font nf Whpplinff, W. V*.
res :
' Jltw
First Edition, 225,000, Now Heady.
ri. TheApril CENTURY
"Tho moit important event of tho Wm of the
" Rebellion, with the exception of the fall of Hlclimond,
wm the capture of Now Orlcaiw and of the
^ forti guarding the city*"
n't THE CAPTURE OF NEW OH LEANS,
TWO WAIt PAPEU3
BY
tly Admiral Porter and Geargo W. Cable,
ie* With-more than thirty fllastrotlons, including potto
traits of Admirals Farragutaud Porter, Gen. But"
ler and others, and battloscenes from tketohes by
"s Admiral Porto-, who commanded tho mortar ileet
,4" In tho action. Mr. Cable, tho novelist,* who was
00 a realdout of New Orleans at tho time, picturesquely
describes the city on tho ovo ol Its capture.
THE OTHER FEATORES
. Jnclud*: "In Plain Black and Whit*." a reply by
01 one ol the editors of the Atlanta Cbnifftttffon to ilr.
i-o- CabI 'sroccuily published paper on tho Freed__
mnn; 'base*of t?iaw Legislation,1" by Theodore
BB* Koo?evelt: The Colonics at Home," by ?d ward
JfgKlestcn, profusely lMtstrated: "A Florentine
Mosaic," by W. D. iiowclls, with numerous pic
hires; "Prom Puget Sound 1o the Upper Columbia;"
an illustrated short story, etc., eto. Prlceffi
cents, $4 00 tf year. All dealerssell it. BacknumLai
berscoutslnlui the War Papers by Uenerals Grant,
Beauregard and others uro now in print.
THE CENTURY CO., New York, N. Y.
wr2l
golto jjRattng glulu.
Island rink i
3 PATRONIZED BY THE ELITE I
iT' J
"a The Bent of Orilcr at all Times!
nt 9 be Cheapest Rules lu the City!
It The Best 1'Ioor In llio CItj!
It
or
h No Judy need hfaltata to attend at any time
without escort, as tbe respectability of the rink Is
l8 unquestionable.
ry The management bare made arrangements with
], the Briclue Company to sell monthly toll tickets to
' parties living in the city at 40 cents. These tickets
y. must be purchased prior to the 10th of each month.
ltl ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.
5 ISLAND ROLLER RINK CO.
it ?"a :
! NORTH END RINK!
I COB. FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS,
16
IT.
of Mornins; Session.
s! Jjidlesnnd Children lOCtj. Skates 10 Cts.
ii- Ueutlemen 20 Cts. States 10 Cta.
ot
d?|
Aricmoou Sciwlou.
ol Ladifi nnil Children 15 Ctf. Skates 10
le Cts. tlentlenieii 20 Cts. Skates 10 Cts.
Evening Henflion.
Admission 25 Cents. Skates 10 Cents.
No cbnrgo to imrtlei h?vin? lliclr own ikntM.
Children wfil l? cuelolLy looked altcrwlwo uu*
le ngtunnpnulcd by their parents. wrl4
; GHAPLINE ST. RINK.
II- ??_
Monday Evening, Starch 23,
iu SIotlior,Hubbar.dOwnival
16 Thin prombei to bo one of- the-moit amniingatid
onteruiiului; events or the season, m one buudred
o_ ami fi/ty vouuk Keutlemen have algnified their in1
tentiou of taking part.
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 24,
m GHEAT BARBEL It ACE!
Fitt Krer Given la Wheeling.
J. FInt Prfco?Ilaudsomo Rear! PIu.
lf? Second Pilxo?Two Dollar*' Worth of Coupon
"J Ticket*.
J1 THCB8DAY A FRIDAY EVENINGS,
|(j ProKitcy & Le*toi-'?
.a BSar Combination of
r>f Ulcyclo and Holler Skating Exports!
10 ?g _
TIlAVKLEItS' QMDK.
w A KK1V AXi AHJJ AUUrAAlUIUU KJX
a XjLTRAINS?EXFLANATIOH OF RxraUMCK M ARXJL
it Sunday cxccpted. JMunday Excepted.?
Wboellqg Time:
" Depart. Arrive.
B. A O. R. B.?Kurr. ?
Exprow 7:00 a m 8:10 p m
ill Express .*?* 1:80 pm *10:15 am
,v Cumberland Acoom..,. *.. 8:20 a m 5:85 p m
* Monnlngtou Accom......* 4:10 pm 8:80 am
MoundsvlUoAooom.. ? 11:88am ldOpm
? *iun.
Exprca (Chicagoand Col)*** * 9:16am 1 4:0# a m
Exprea (Chicago and Co))..;... 7:06 p m * 7:50 a m
Exprea (Chicagoand Col)...... *ll:20pm 6:15 pm
Zane?ville Aecorn 8:40 pm 9:25 am
Zaoearilla Aoooou... *.*. 7:35 am 4:55 pm
I W? P. A B. Dir.
Wahlngton and Pittsburgh*. 4:10 a m *11:06 p m
i Washington and Pittsburgh... 8:36am 17:00 pin
Washingtonand Pittsburgh*. <:J) p m fllMa m
Washington * t 4:06pm 8:10am
P., C. A st. h. Ky.-K.AOT. , _
PIUMmrvh ................. ........... t 6:20 am t 7:20 pm
Pittsbuiih and New York*** t U?pm \ 1:86 pm
Pittsburgh and New York...... f 4:45pm fll:06 am
1 Exprea, Cin. and* Bt Louia** f 8:86 a m 18:80 am
8g?BMBHraftS 5;S?S
, \ MOpm |fcfe
Pittsburgh 5:67 a m 18:28 pm
Wellsburg, Clave. A Chi- 9:08 a m 8:23 a m
littr., n? w York AChL......... 11:12am h:ix?pm
Pittsburgh and New Yorkwt. 4:16 pm 12:88pm
Well?vll& Aw?m...5:08 pm 838pm
' Exprea,'cTeveland,E. A W.... 10:06am t 2:45pm
Marikm Accom...............*** 4:06pm f 9:60am
Bt. ClalnivlUe Acoom*. 9:22a mf 8:25am
at. ClalmUlo Acoom....... l;50pm mt9Bpm
; BtSSv^Sffi?s?r
i Passenger..**.*...................... 6:50 a m *12:C5 pm
PaMenxer..*...*..................... 4:00pm 9Mpm
Freight...... ****..*** ....** ! 0:55 a ml 6:86 pm
Local and through tickets' are sold via all the
? above Una at Union Ballroad Office, 1200 Market
Y street Buy ydur tickets there.
B.( Z. A C* Bull rood.
Leave Bellalreat 1:10 r. k. for Bnmmerfield.
<&to. g. SHrttl tc Go.
CEO. E. STIFEL
& CO.,
1114 Main St,
LACE
CURTAINS
BKOWN BROS.. Mtugjorawil.
)e 8ale?volumes 1 to 9 ikelusive.
of Encyclopedia Brittanlca,bound In
morocco, will sell clieap. Enquire tt No. 2142
Market street v' nufltf
"vtotioe?money to loan-also,
JLi want to buy a liouie of Ave or six rooms,
centrally locfltcd. Apply to W. H. RINEHART,
Ilia Murket street. ' mrtl
xitanted-ladies, something
Y T entirely new, perfectly simple and easy; no
photograph painting;.no glai*] ladles and young
girls in city or country can earn 912 to ?20 per week;
wor k scut by mall and lutnlshed all the year rouud ?
distance nonobjection r no canvassing; no stamp
required for reply. Address PIONKER MANtf.
FAOTDB1WO PV. Box 0W8 Boston, Masa. mr3*?
a uction sale.
Alot of Belting, Rope, Twine, Asbestos Packing,
Hummocks. Ac., Shelving, Counters, Desks. Phow
Case. Counter. *cales, a tore and a lot of Bnndries,
will I* sold at auction, on WKDNESDAY. MARCH
25, at 2 o'clock p. M., at Mo. 33 Fourteenth street
W. J. W. COWDKN, Assignee.
W. H. Haiub, Auctioneer.
Fine business opportunityThe
Now Knglnsd Mutual Aid Poclety, of
Boston, Mass, being the oldest Asu'.-suu-m Woeiety
In New England, has long sloce passed the expert
mental polut. und Ita patrons have curried a five
thousand dollar certificate for the past seven years,
at an averace annual cost of ouiy $30. Uouoral
Agent for west Virginia wanted. Address
0. D. XhDRlDUtt, (with references).
mr24 McLure Bouse, Wheeling, W. Va.
"^yHEEK?
Zunc Street III. E. Church. |
"When?"?Wednesday Evening, March 25,1885.
"What?"?Social and Supper.
Bupperfrom 6to8 r. x. ]ce Cream and Cake to .
follow. m xU ]
JAPANESE I
TEA POTS I
Largo and Small.
1WINO BROS.,
mrU Market 8t.opp.MeLuro Home.
TjjSSEX
"WARE!
Elegant Design* at
KIRK'B ART STORE,
mr2l 1(05 Main Street.
SKAXIMGCABNIVAL!
There will be t Grand Hkfttlnf Carnlrtl glren by
Ohio Valley Lodge No. SI. K. of K, .1 Ibo
NORTH END ROLLER RINK, I
On Tucsdnj Evening, March 24, ISSi.
The following priui will be contested for:
FlretriA. Skate Satchel will be given to the moat
graceful lady ukatcr.
Second-A K. of 1'. Pin to the beat abater belonging
to the order.
Tblrd-A 1'alr of Fine Eflk Suipenders to the
be#tgentlemanikater. .
Fourtb-Tnc winner ot the Scrub Race will be
prcaented with aflne Polo Cap.
There will also bo a bun Race and other amniomenta.
Adrolalon 25 cento. mr24
pUBLIO
J&u U Wo
will sell at Publlo Auction, on SATURDAY.
MAttCU a, 18?, It 10 o'clock X. ?.. at YJS1 and law
Mamstftot. the following articles:.
Five Head of Young Mules.
'J wo Sou Double Harness
Ono But Blogle Hum Harness. I
One He ivy ripriug wagon. ,
One Light Rum*
One Lurve Sale.
Ono Lot Berry Crates, Counters, Shelving, two
Stores. Ac., and entire stock and fixtures of tho
firm of
MARIS <k STAMM,
mrM Wholesale Produce & Grain Merchants.
igEAXED PKOPOSALS.
aealodPropoialswUlbertcclTedat the office of
the Roard of Public Works of the City of Wheeling
until Friday, April.10,1885, at 4 o'clock p. for
furnishing aud setting not Ipm than tun thousand j
feet of now curbing and resetting old curbing, in I
auchpaiuof tho city as may be ordered by the I
Board. The successful bidder will be required to
enter into bond, with two sureties, in the penal
sum of two thousand dollars conditioned for tho
faithful performance of tho work. The names of
the sureties must accompany each propoiaL Specifications
may be wen at the office of the Board.
lhe Hoard reserves tho right te reject any or all
bids.
By order of the Board of Publlo Works.
iv a. uaiiUiunn, i-iitk.
WMMtUKQ, March 21.1886. mr2181-aprtf (
QOMMISSIONER'8 SALE. .
alary Ague*Blake, ?tc., ") In. the Municipal
*, vs. [-Court of Wheeling.
Margaret Blake and others.) In Chancery.
By virtue of a decree of ine Municipal Court of
Wheeling, made and entered in the above entitled
cause on the 2Sd day of February, 1886,1 will, on
TUESDAY, the Slat DAY OF MARCH, 1885, beginning
at 10 o'clock a. at the front door of the
I Court House ol Ohio county, In tho City of Wheellug.
Went Virginia, proceed to tell at public auction,
tho following named real estate, that latosay:
The north one-half (X) cf lot numbered nine t'J)
in square numbered twenty iix (20) in tho town of
i Souvh Wheeling, with all tho building* and Improvement!
thereon.
TKKM3 OK SALK-Onc-third, oras much more
I u the purchaser may erect to pay, in cash on tho
day of sale, and the raddue of same in two equal
Instalments, payable respectively in six ((5)'and
I twelve 112) inomhs irom tho day of sale, the credit
I Instalments bearing interest irom day of sale, aud
the purchaser executing notca therefor with perI
sonal security for tho payment of samo to tho satisfaction
of tho undersigned Special Commissioner,
. payable at said respective dates, and the title to be
retained until tho whole of the purchase money is
paid, and a conveyance directed by tho Court. i
UEUKGK K. E. GiLCHJUST,
Special Commissioner.
J. a Hntvrr, Auctioneer.
1 hereby certify that bond has been given by the I
said Goorgo It. ?. Gilchrist, Special Commissioner, j
as required by law, and by the terms of tho decree I
entered in the abovo entitled cause.
THOMAS M. DARRAH,
U1CTK 01 VUQ aiuiuciy?u wittH Ui " uvauug.
mr2-X4?
, A ,
-- 1853 1885 f |
THE
/ * \
/WHEELING\
(4-T-{Z>-8H=D--A-|
WEEKLY ;
:JKS|f:ONE
DOLLAR
\ PER / .
/ 11
\^TE AJS../
Barnabee's Songs! (
o?
AS EVENISO WITH BARSABEE.
The many thousand! of delighted hearers who I
have Mjeni *']' *j
in tbU hook, which la one of the beat comio colleolions
extant. 21 SongaslflO para ?heet ramie
tlxc. Edited by Howard M. Dow. Price tl 2d. =
Mcrry-Miiking Melodies.
A Vocal Visitor to Cheer the Children. By Wade n
Whipple, who nnderstanda the children's taste. I
and provides for than 20 attractive Nurwry and J
other Bones, with accompaniments /or Piano or
Organ. Hheet mroio size. Well adorned with Pic- .
tone. PrioeTSota. ?
Fresh Flowers.
The new and brilliant Snnday School Bong Book
for the Younger Scholars, by Emma Plu. Very
awtet hymns and turn*, not babyish, but nice. _
Plenty of pictures. 20 eta., 12 40 per dox.
Gems for Little Singers.
For Primary Schools and 4he Kindergarten. By P
E. U. Emerson and O. Bwaine. A grat snftoeas '
Full of aweet songs with picture illustrations. 30 da.,
#100 per do*.
3 GOOD cantata* for Choral Societies are: n<
Heroes a? 7ft. itLJbcSm Irom the Revolution!,
by Trowbridge and Cobb. ?.
Mulled for Retail Price. Z
OLIVES D1T60N 4 CO., Ballon. J
aH.DmoxiOo., ' J. ? Dmox A Co.,
067 Bradway, if. Y. iza Uunnui S(., rhllv u
mrti/aw V
s
We shall close out all our odd
lots of One and Two Pairs of
i Pattern in Nottingham, Applique
and Tambour LACE
CURTAINS at
' ' *'
HALF PRICE.
Will open during the week
GO PIECES
IBICES AND TORSGHON
LACESI
With Insertings to Match.
NEW
Spring Goods
OPENED DAILY.
ft U C+if/il frAn
ilCU.U.tilUGlWUU.
1114 MAIN SI.
Market Street Eutranco through
3eo. I.Durst'sConfcctIonery,1118.
mr2
(gargets, gxmtilut'g,
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wuaicnc* ana &kwkvc]$.
DIAMONDS
I raiko this branch of my business a Bpccultt, .
ud havo coosUntly in stock tue Jargon auort- '
lout of
FUsTE Q-IEIMIS v
c
(anjr Hours In the State. Always willing to sell
at extraordinary low prises.
t. G. DILLON, '
JEWEL!*,
1223 MARKET STREET. =
mrlS
HO TO LASH'S,
JT
COB, MAIN AMD ELEVENTH 8TBEET,
tor Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c.,
First Class Goods. Prices low.
BfWtttoli Repaiiing a Specialty.
Branch Hoiue. Martin's Fairy. Ohio. f?bl4
fttoutuo ana Sauting.
yjOVING AND HAULING.
I am prepared to ds all kinds of moTlnf and
sullng on short npUce and quickly.
Will make It to your interest to gito us a triaL
Addresser call on
Wi J. WARDEN,
LlTcryman, 2110 Alain Bt., Wheeling.
Telephoned. < mrlB
gouscfuvnlshlug (Goods.
ro THOSE CONl'EMX'LATING MOVING.
Why mora that old stovo whan yon ean buy a
iwone so cheap and have It set op in your new
urters ready for use.
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS.
rnrll 1210 Main Bwst
70B DODGERS AND fcJMALL HAND
3 billsgo
to the INTELLIGENCES job booms, Noi.91 t
id,27 Fourteenth street, where you can he aoooa;
odaiedatihort aotiot,
flew Mpvtas <?aod5***g?g. 8. ga?lo*. j
NEW SPRING mm
- ' ??. o'x
rj: rlitu
ITTQT OPFISIFD
Kj M. A JhrtlA' H
tup
MMVWHVOM Wll
GEO.R. TAYLOR. ?
' Wh?
- 1 *lt*r
Ladies' Cambric and Muslin Underwear. 2
Special attention is invited to the new stock of Cambric etc
* . a*Ptl
and Muslin Underwear we open and place on our Counters this ?
morning. All the garments we offer at this sale were made ?
especially for our own sales, and most of the styles confined to
our own store. This Spring we have marked these goods at a J"1
very small advance above actual cost of material and work. Our ?^
-* 1_ lirqe nouof OO fin A 9C flf nPPSPIll!.
SlUtAi Ul Uicac gyvjuo nua UVTV* MW .- ? j.- ? np>,,
Embroideries, White Goods! i
' \ On
This being the season of the year when we show the most *j
extensive and attractive stock of Embroideries and White T,
Goods, we take pleasure in announcing the fact that we have J"
taken unusual pains to provide the most choice stock we have
fllon
ever had?and at prices, no one can fail to approve. The ladies ? ?
are invited to call and see novelties in this line. t*
BLACiTsiLKSl?
We are now prepared to show a lull line, embracing all the ?
numbers of the best make of Lyons Silks imported, and at prices
as low as thd' same can be afforded by any retail house in the
country.
y: ' ' >. ' 1' mum
? at&bl
from
SPECIAL ATTENTION I
<r. nitr fi-ooh arrival of imoorted Woolen Dress Fabrics
>>) iumk\.u iiu v?? ??w? ? ?.-7-1
' . . " "4
and Combination Suitings, and as the most choice novelties J
always appear first and are quickly picked up, we advise an in- I5?
spection this week. We open also this morning our new stock str
of Satteens, Ginghams, Toildu Nords, Handkerchiefs, &c., &c.
We would make special mention ot our new line of superior j
make of Black Silk Warp Henrietta Cloths, of which we have a Flu
complete stock at very low prices. =
GEO. R. TAYLOR. 1
- : cart
goflaw fc (Co. gottt?ulHc& ItashullU. F'
L. & N.
VACCINATION! (Loulrrille A Kaahvllle Railrond.) n);
ONLY LI2STE ft5
LOGAN it CO., EUNNINQ ?|
DrumUtt, Btldm Comer. . ? ?|
PULLMAN 10?
"THE BEST PILL I EVER USED," "?" fj
"And I hira uKd ft grrftt mini in my f?mllr,"
iji wbftt ft lftdy i*ld ft tow dftjt ilnce In To LonlftrUls, Kuhrlllft Decatur, Mobllo, Hon'- -|J1(
regftrdto (ornery ftnd Jj
Logan & Co.'i Homestead Llrer l'llll. v?l
She laid further lb*t her Meudft h*d wed then J-** -o* vv UJt I i riAJ>J E? Ioun
WITHOUT CIIANGE. w v,
orciuidnn. ?^an & CQ DOUBLE DAILY THAJKS.
? .... t,-,..-. KPT
""w-*?'?? ??*Round Trip Ticket, at reduced rate* on aale ?
flora DKC'KMBHK I, lbM, to Uie "pIC
Logan & Co.'s Pleasant Worm Syrup, world's Exposition:
An Improved, Sato and Effectual Vormifuge. fcnpn
Tho Pleaaant,Worm Syrup la a new combination " kltch
>f tho latest and beat reraediea for woraa. It la Tor Sates, Maps, Ac., write to mapli
mrelr vegetable, la tenr pleaaant to the tuts, la an Uonc
SxceUent Child's Physic, add mothers who havs 8,8. PARKER, A, O. P. A?
laod It with their children apsak of It In tho high* <s n Or]
st praise, saying that it is tfie best Vermifuge in Cincinnati, O. ?iso.
Price 25 ceilU in large bottles, sold by the C, P. ATMORE, G. P. A T A
las Dmntliu, Whaelluj, W.'va. ffatmlttjj gaols. I trot
. MBMtariWBMRI; ... iaboui
? 11111 11 lss?
gooUs, Statlmtcyg, &c. J 5
MIL PAPERS AND BORDERS, [^WHgjgfi S
STATIONERY IfliSiMI: 1
^?^'?&,iv,rto,T-1,01411 iciinsiifiii %
IpHiMlfflSlfii!! m
3STE"W BOOKS nl BOYD'S seeo.-warehouse ? . .
HI TT^=rg-ETI II p , I H 2?u
AT Till D A ^
TUB MONEY MAKERS.' A reply to "The Bread 3 HS] BS l ~
Vluoert." ltaw? cloUi, $100. M
KAMONA. jly Mrs. JucLioa ("H. H.") Umo., jjy.HabBW^KKWwwBwWMw '
Joih.il 50. ioBrTj!iLrTTllflfctfMj',^i^'"'flflttflfiH
MATT. A Ult of ft Caravan. 12mo., mm.JSc. : ? a , JSfrrrrrW. Ar; ?
ON A MAKulN. A novel. 13mo., cioib, $125. WmLL rWLirti LJftTiTTiijgl
THE BUNTL1AO BALL. A practloal Mtlr*
tq. 12zqo.i clolh, |1 &0. Twi
Wow Booludlllr. Marcb Magaxln* til in.
STANTON & DAVENPORT. ? SuS
mri ' ' ' ' : BVttfifitStS. .* ThUf
N"EW B0<?K8, WALL 13H,USIIE8 jfp
At R. II. LIST'S, H'!
SS? German HoveU. >? ?""! |H JB
J. B. WILSON i cieare
Mlrl ?Wo-1>"M"''?"wk CBCAJX-IOIS SEEENTS
V ' ?JL| At It. II. UMTS, g*
'o aoU at from one oent up. The trade ! now eot- 1010 MAIN STREET. of ab<
Inu in itrotif. Small dealers ibouid stock up now. pears.
bare a l*rxe variety at oloee figures. Mall orders thifi
romptlyflflod. Oafionoradd?g*QmMBr# FEATHER DU8TEBS {?$
Bookseller ami Newsdealer. >n> ., T raws HZ A1
to* No. 1414 Mrigt HL. Wheeling. W. Va. At ll? H? Ida* ?>
_ mrll 1010 MAIN STREET. 40 at
gttJilnt** iSZK&t. forcl!
r\ '(;, LIST. JR., tfflttftCtlomCg.
' SARAKOEB. gj;
POBIt PACKER, too Bom rineewpot "?
? focrtkehtu BTRETT, Florida Oranges eetii?
oot Just received by strvetf
ftSgggg JIcOULLOUGH. Niaioi.^ip,.^ ft.
Caroontor and Builder, (SECOND QBANI) EXCURSION TO '
l/nrpvilior ?nu * Q NRWORLKANH AND TIIK WOlUl'i FAIR. **
SgBawp ??
Roofa, Valleye Bky Lights, Countenand Shelving, remain la New Orleaua ill dajra. Farel75for round ""*
Ul work promptly atlunded to on reasonable trip, wUleU Inoludee board lu Sew Orleaua. In -7-7
pmi.. . rooma write or telegraph O. H. IIALLOWA Y, Rup't A '
rsilOP-Allorls.rtarof Capitol. Kaeldence, Rtt wmd> and Pomerqy facketOo., Clncliio?tl, 0. XI l
ttcnml Sottet*.
IDY BELLE, EG Y1TIAN Qogv
Rev(*!i Put, fnwni ud Futon:VlnT?!'
IEi?iS?ipS?
IEREBY NOTIFY ALL PERSONS
ul I hart bMS coniumud bj Louli ha\i
BaBSs
h3BHHHHM
l ilt next tbebtuinm W1U be rirrledo?2
1 Heveute*nth itreet, In Mid dly. a ihSlS !
a bile patrouBgu la rwpcetfullj loltcjull.
iiiiwo, W>rch 19.1W. 0gohUtt
gXtttings.
^ni'tinr nt'fioi lfiireli.. / "
vu&DuiaiAng AUiEil'lAU,
gpcotal meettna of the Stockholder* 0f ^
fling Hinge Co. U h?r? by calif4 fur Thund?
noon, April 16,1885, at 2 o'clock. The charter
e oompenr expiring May l. i?V a rcoluUoa
be offered In the meeting extending the tine
0 continuance of tbe corporation lor ?uch
, not exceeding fifty yean. u may bo diuidcd
io atookfcoldeu.
a J. RAWL1X0, PraldrcL
J. c. BRA?>Y, Secretary.
lokholders owning mom than one-tenth of the
n) >tock, niriK
got jRcwt.
3U RENT?A LARGE AN'!) I'liS
antly furuiahtd Front Room at 1028 Mala
U . . mra
OR RENT?SIAUUHTKU HOUSE
and Fixture! In Fulton. Enquire of JOHN
UTH. mr21
00MS FOR RENT-IN HORN*
brook'a Block. Apply to W. V. litXiKA
!!!?_
OR RENT-BRICK STABLE IN
renr of Dr. Ulrisb'a house, large enough for
1 (? hortea and carriage, inquire of J.
[iLKB. 1168 Main afreet. ort_
OR RENT.
ro flve-roomod Ilouiea on Twentieth itroct
o large Boiue on fifteenth atreet.
rural Offioea aid Rooma.
Enquire of U. FORlllS,
Room 7 Cuttom Uoute,
lenhona A-88.
OR RENT.
From April lut,
room No. 1802 Market at reel, In Ballcy'a Block,
occupied by Mlaa Jennie fi. Wilton.
quirt o! U. FORBES,
(o^hone A.M. No. 7, U. 8. Custom Houaa,
OR RENT
OR SALE.
e Derirable Boaldonce on tho corner ol Twelfth
Koff atrect, now occupied by Dr. Ilardcaty;
Una alz largo rooma and acvcral small rooma.
JAMES L. 1IAWLKY,
9 - 1420 Main Htrrft.
FOR BENT.
FIXE COUNTRY RESIDENCE
AT MT. DlCHANTAL STATION',
Vheellng, Pittaburgh & *altlmoro Wallrrad.
?la 7 rooma, good cellar and pon-hca. oudida
i oven, clatern and well, toaeihtr with >uch
lngu tenant may want; will.rent avparaielr
the landa or otherwise.
to, my largo Brick Dwelling In Manchester,
lining 6 rooma and porch; city and aprlng
r boib at tliodoor.
od tcnanta can rent either or both at mounts
20 P. L. KDHIKRI.T.'
X>K KEiST.
'lie Thrco Largo Warehouses,
H, 1503 and 1505 Main Mtrcot,
I 1504, 1500 and 1508 South
eets.
BLOCH BROS.
Oil SALE C11EA1'?One Tift
io Boiler.
mtlT
go* Sale.
JK SALE?100 SHAKES OK WHKI'l.ING
A Bdmont Bridge Stock at forty-one (MO
rt p?r iliare. Addrea "URlDOfc STOi k',M j
lhl$oao?. mrfl*
JR BALE.
Dfiiu 8tor?.
it bo aold aooa for whaterer It will bring,
dreof
ER3K1NG 4 ALLISON, AttorMn,
B_ No. \m MnrUt Html
OOKS FOR SALE.
Sharee Ohio Valley Bank.
iharoa Jalienon NaU 11111.
Share Brilliant Nail Mill.
Sharea Standard Insurance Co.
'harca Manufacturora* Iniuranfe Co.
3barca Ohio Valley Imumnco Co.
Jharea .Etna Irou Co.
U 1. IRWIN, AgtPt. No. H Tw?Ulh 8{.
)K SALE,
liable Real Eatalo on N. B. comer Twenty
h and Market atrceta, in tho City o! Wheeling,
l Lot 122 feet by 68 feet; now occupied by 8,
Urlta u a wagon and blacksmith ihop.
W. V. KOGE & BRO.,
? 1MQ Market Street
)R SALE?COUNTRY SEAT.
t aerea of choice high bottom land, tix mfica
r Wheeling, on Ohio River and 1UO, H.B,
sved by a aubitantial brick lioune, 11 raoa. I
en and outbuildinga, aituatcd in a grove of
Saugaraud poplar treea. Alio, agoodieliofruit
treea. Apply to
W. V. HOOK 4 BRO., 1800 Market BL
ft. ff. MORROW, on the premltoa. mrt
)R SALE.
VALUABLE COAL PROPERTY,
ted on W., P.?% B.R.R.,(old Hempfleld) abrnl
ullea eaat of the City of Wheeling, W. Va.,ai d
i two railea from Ohio rirer, consisting of K0
of coal and 80 acres surface and coil, acd
n m the "Willow Glen Coal Property."
W. V. UOQK& BRQ.,
I 1800 MarVH Etrwt,
)R SALE?I WILL OFFER FOR
?ale my flouiobold and Kitcbon Furniture
iting of Bods, Bedding, tarpon, I)i?hca ami
? ?- ?? . rnnw xrnntiV. Nr?. 11Y2
1134 Vater street, lit the City cl Wliccling.
au unexpired Jea*e running for about t?o
i half year* irout this duto, on raid prow tlf.
louse contains 19 nx-m, a flniihed Ksm'taud
ad water throughout. a splendid location
botul and barroom. For tenn to >t*.
K bl!IlEH?.l*os. 1122 and 1174 Water Mrett,
P.CL A8th. Depot. Wheeling. mrn
FOB SALU.
ary Brick,Dwelling, No. 109 Fourteenth Mrwt
jry Brick on Heventb at., next tollo??Huu*,
ory Frame, cor. ct Jacob >t. aud Alley 1#.
icres of Ground and good butuo at huccj'i
.ota on Ialand, In Flnk'a Addition.
FOR BENT.
)ry Frame, No. W Foutb Front ?trcet
?ry Brick on Eleventh at. next to JIom? Ifonse.
i franmer property, cor. Virginia aud I'etmiU.
>ry Frame, b rooma, So 1?7 Twelfth atrial.
>ly to W. If. KINr.MAKT.
7 lift* Marl' t Street.
gag Sale ami got gicnt.
FOR SAIJi.
New House* on Blxtccnth street, each sonif
8 rooms and bath-rootn.
U FINE bHEHP FAKAlb-one located on thf I
a of Knob Fork, WeUel county. W. Va., four
from Littleton 8tation, on the B. A 0. R. K
arm contains about 2.0 acres, well fenced,? I
of v hlch are lerel bottom lamia and baa oo
m story frame (stone foundation) dwelliniot
arse rooma and hallway, stable, corn rrM
i shed, spring house and granary, nil bw?
a the last fire yean, and inijood order, 'lermi
lablo; and to any one making a large csaa
ent a great bargain Is oflered .
on Farm, eontalulng about 3V? acre* ?
d land, under fence, with 110 or '*00 arnssef
lid Umbered land adjoining if dealred, towithin
% ol a mile ot Beltou but Ion. on tba
>. B. B., U> miles from Wheeling. ThisUrm
il watered, admirably adapted for raWng
, and believe it to be peculiarly lined
g fruit. There is now on II a young orensrt
rot 700 tre's of the beat varieties of aw?<*
cherries and plums, most oi whleh will
'ear. Tho new public school hotwe for u>?
H la on thia farm. A splendid barxaln ww
Jred to a cash customer, aud ?uy terms w
3C who will socure deferred payments.
acre Farm at tiherrard, Mara bail county, ?
iVHl self or trade lor city property. .
jre Farm on Glenn's Ban. Will sell or tiaa?
7 property.'
y dwellings too nn'tneroua to mention.
FOR RENT.
lW Eighteenth street.
57 Alley 14.
dwellings'No. 18 and No.???lxtcfnth at ft A
ontalning eight rooma and bath room.
mess Hotue cornor ol Jaoob and Ketentwata
i?
115 Seventeenth street, 12 rooma.
oms No. 2038 Main street.
S3 Alley 16.
145 Eighteenth street.
further lntormatto^lnjnlw of K?py
Seal Estate Agent and Notary l^blte
iaia Mark'?Mr*?t.^
.L KINDS OF HOOK A>*1> Mg
.'B1NT1NG neatly and promptly eMCtllW
F*magMciut Job Offiof?

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