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WHKKLIWQ, Vf. VA,, MAY 14, IBUfl.
l*ubll>hcd daily ibuadiyi tacepiMj oy
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r ?At-yofc-amd^g-JTonrtaimth rtrttt,
TXBlia 0* DAILY.
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Biz aoaUu^MMM..... 4 001 One mouth.,.? 66
JHOlYorod by carrlen in city, l&o per week.
TKKMHOK HKMI-WJCKKLY.
OD? J Mr .. S& 001 Six mouths .....41 60
TKRM8 Or WEEKLY.
Om 1 001 Biz month*.........,.. 66
Great reduction to Club*. Send for sample copy
aad eireulan. Addro*
FliKW, CAMPBELL A HART.
Wheeling, W. va.
[Entered at the Poetoffice at Wheeling, W. Va., u
mxmd chw matter.]
n?Mf???lnn lu ISocIaud.
While the war preparations were in full
blast some branches of English industry
were much relieved; but now that the
Government seems desirous of peace at
any price, this stimulant will be lacking. A
Wolverhampton letter to tlio American
Mahv/a$lurer, written when the war movement
was yet in full blast) paints a sombre
picture of British industry. A few extracts
will give an idea of the situation:
Trade keeps so very dull that the home
railways havo no encouragement either to
extend or to prematurely rolay. The
trallie receipts ot nearly all the lines show
a steady falling off week by week. This
is especially Been in respect of the liues
running through the chief manufacturing
districts associated with the coal and iron
industries. Quite notable is the fact in
this relation that so much are they in advance
at tho great Crewe Works of the
London & North Western railway, that
the company could afford to at once shut
up their locomotive works for six months.
Some of tho metal branches are beginning
to complain of the effect of the
demand for army recruits upon the supply
of labor. At this there should secarcely
be anv surprise since men are now entering
the army at the rate of 2,000 per
week. But tho labor market generally
has not yet been sensibly influenced, so
widespread has been the falling off in
trade.
The bad trade of tho country, which is
affecting everyone from the bishop to the
bargeman, is now telling upon tho workmen's
unions First, men upon a strike
have had their strike pay largely decreased
; now certain of them *ro receiving inrimfttinn
tbnt tlipv inuatirive up tho strug
gle, and get work at the terms which are
available.
On the 25th of June, 1888, the engine
fitters and others to the number of about
1,000 men, employed in the engineering
establishments on tho Wear at Sunderland.
came out on strike to compel their
employers to limit the number of apprentices,
and to obtain a'rise of wages. After
lusting lor 04 weeks, during which upwards
of ?40,000 have been disbursed, tho
strike has now starved itself out; for tho
strike hands have been told by the exec:
utive of the Amalgamated .Engineers that
"they had bettor accept work wherever
tbev can get it"
Tho Yorkshire coal masters who have
given notice to their men for a drop of ten
percent, and who, as ray reader* will remember,
are now joined by tho Derbyshire
masters, appear likely to carry the
day. Though there are from 30.000 to
40,000 miners ou strike, and consequently
the large pita in South and West Yorkshire-are
idle, there isyet nothing like a
scarcity of coal fn the district, nor have
prices gone up more than a shilling a tou.
T- ?l,a /Ifl.iroaiUMl
1II UK) Uiiiicu uinwo uiw ??. j.. V?1.?
trade is attributed to "the robber tarifl."
Working men are told that if it wero not
for the protective tariff- they would have
full empldyinent at good wages and the
necessaries of life "would be cheap?the
glass-blower would bo employed steadily
at acceptable wages, and tho iron-worker
would buy his glass ware at English prices;
that, in short, only tho tariff stands between
us and groat prosperity and cheap
living.
If this be true, what is the matter with
tho industries of Great Britain? Why is
it that "the bad trade of the country
affects everyone from the bishop to the
bargeman" ? No "robber tarifl" stands in
the way there. Tho British wage-earner
basks in the glorioussunlightof free-trade,
yet he is not a happy man. Thief United
States continues to buy liberally of his
cheaper product and takes that much from
its own bread-winners; and still the industries
of that old manufacturing country
are sorely depressed and tens of thousands
' of men are idle.
There is no political campaign on hand
now, and Americans can look into these
Vttno a? naootnn TKo
JIMVKJJO niuiuiii uiuo v*
deeper they look the less they will want
free trade.
T11B VIRGINIA DK11T.
Senator MnUonu'it Position?Th? 8npr?me
Court Decision,
From a Rtceut Idler.
The following letter was written by
. Senator Mahono: The divided opinions
delivered by the Supremo Court of the
Uuited btates since the preparation of the
foregoing paper mako this addendum
necessary to a proper understanding of
the present status of the dobt Question in
Virginia.
The Rlddloberge'r law, as originally enacted,
Is merely a refunding measure. It
ascertains tho true indebtedness and fixes
the proportion of the share of each clots
of obligation theretofore assumed to represent
the debt of the unpartitioned Slate,
for which new bonds of tho Virginia that
now is aro proposed to be given. In no
sense or relation was tills law before the
court, nor does tho cqurt deal with it.
It was with the prerogative of the taxreceivable
coupon, and Die legislative and
ofllcial acts that are alleged to invade the
sanctity of tho contract which it imports,
that the court dealt.
These several acts, Uio more conspicuous
of which aro referred to in the foregoing
papor, forbidding peremtorlly the
receivapility of the coupon, which were
passed by the Democratic party in the
late Legislature, wo believed at the time
were unconstitutional. They could not
fail to result in irritatingpubhcseulimont,
exciting false hopes, inspiring a more aggressive
attitude, anil arresting tho progress
of our debt settlement.
But tho act of tho Assembly commonly
called by lia assailants "Coupon Killer
number two" was beliovcd to bo nitliin
the decision of the Court In an analogous
case. The effort was to conform all our
legislation to tholaw as established by tho
highest court in the country. The language
of this act is substantially the same
as an act of tho State of Tonnessco to prevent
tho interception of her ruvonues by
the notes of the Hank of Tunncssce.
These weroby law receivable tor taxes as
are the coupons hore. The Supremo
Court of tho United States unanimously
sustained the validity of that act In tho
caso of Tennessee vs. Shead, decided at
the October terra, 187", (90 U. 8. Roji. p.
09.)
More recently (October term, 1882,) In
the case of Antoni vs. Greenhuw, in which
the validity of the act of Virginia of Jannary
14,1882, is sustained (the act called
by our enemies Connon Killer, No. 1), tho
Court through the Chief Justice, refers to
the decision in the Teuuesseo case, and
says:
"Wo might have satisfied omtolves by a
reference to the case of Tennessee vs.
Sneail, uii tuprti, where the Mini gmmil
quation inu If/orelujbutasweweru asked
to reconsider that caso we have done so,
with tho same result, and, aa we think,
til m?.. Mnsiitiiii iliinnrtlnnfnini llm
K1U1KUI4U MUjr UMMHW ?Vpw<|,?V0.>HV
long line of nun 111 which tlia principle
Involved luabeenrecognitad and applied."
The dodaion, in concluaion, ran oi our
Viryloia net oi January 14,1888; "leu
much as we are satisfied tbat a remedy Is
given by the act of 1882, substantially
equivalent to that In force when the coupons
were laaued, we have not deemed It
necessary to consider what would be the
effect of a statute taking away all remedies."
This was a positive reafflrmance of
the right ol a State to change or prescribe
the adequate process by which claims
against her may be enforced.
It Is in this act only of onrs (to which
objection new appears by the late decision,
as being st variance with the decision in
Tennessee vs. Snead), In connection with
the subsequent legislation of the Democratic
party, that the Supreme Court in its
recent decision, touches our Readjustee
Republican debt settlement The act
called by our opponents "Coupon Killer
No. 1" stood the ordeal of a constitutional
trial before this Court In the case of A ifton!
vs. Greenhow, and was, as before
stated, declared valid (only two Justices
Hlnuintiniri. as it had been by the Supremo
Court of V /rglnia. The subsequent legislation
of the Democratic party a flee tins it
has fortunately been pronounced unconstitutional
by tho late decision. This act
(January 14, 1882) and the Kiddleberger
debt law remain in force, unhinged by the
late decision, the one making a square
proposition for the settlement of the actual
debt, and tho other requiring no more
than that the genuiness of the tax-recelvable
coupon tendered in payment of taxes,
dues and demands of tho State shall be
established, as may be lawfully required
of any such claim against a creditor.
Our debt settlement will proceed by
Constitutional metbpd9, if the Republicans
have the power, and we do not
doubt our ability to conform tbo act of
January 2(1,1882, to the present opinion
of the Supreme Court, without impairing
its eflicacy for the purpose It was designed
to accomplish,
It has been the idle, inconfiderate.and
vindictive,!meddling through petty, illconsidered
ill-conceived and peiulant
measures of the Democratic party in the
late Legislature that has arrested the
quiet and orderly settlement of the whole
natter of the debt on the basis of the
Itiddleberger law, to the great detriment
of thu peace of the people, and agaiust the
ultimate interest of the creditor.
Tho confusion and misapprehension,
thefeaniand false hopes, and the preju
dices which have thus been creaieu, prom
only attorneys, brokers and speculators.
The bona fi Je bolder of Virginia bond*
outside of the Kiddleberger law will sooner
or later realizo that be is no better oif, and
that, after all, his best interests are to be
subserved by refunding under that law.
-3%e people of Virginia, and likewise the
creditor, have abundant cause to fear the
custody and treatment of this question by
the Democratic party of the State. They
havo only to adhere to the Kiddleberger
settlement, and elect men to administer
their public affairs who honestly believe
in it and have the sense to carry it out.
and all will be well, both for State and
creditor.
THE I'llKSIDKNT'A DKAD LOVK.
ills llonrt wim Hurled Under Heliotrope*
Twenty Yeari Ago.
Wtuhiityton Lett# to PhUadeljiMa Than,
There is a dim, shadowy fear oniong the
Io* fiftnftal that the mvthical
Buffalo lady whom rumor liaa betrothed
to Mr. Cleveland may turn up at any time
and carry off the prize, but there is the
beat authority far stating that the fear is
groundless. The only woman the Presidont
ever loved has been dead more than
twenty years. The most authentic reports
have it that while quite a young
man. teaching school in a western New
York village, he met and loved a young
girl notyetsevonteen. They were engaged,
but the poverty of bptli parties.prevented
marriage. .The young teacher made
up his mind to go to Ohio for the
purpose of providing a home for his betrothed,
and was on the point of starting
for the west when she fell sick, and in less
than a week was carried to hnr last resting
place. There are no absolute proofs
of thelruth of this story. The President
has never mentioned the matter to his
nearest friends acd the only source of Information
is town gossip, handed down
with perhaps the usual variations and additions.
Whether the President ha* remained
single out of a romantic fidelity to
the memory of his youthful love, or
whether a bachelor life is best suited to
his inclinations is, of course, a matter of
conjecture. Those .who know him best
sav that ho is too well fixed in nld ways to
change at this late (lay, and that no bride
will be mistress of the White House while
ho is its occupant. _
A Canary Bird's Bacchanal Song,
Mllicaukte Keening Witconnln.
A tiny yellow-leathered canary bird
stopped eating hemp seed, and began
cocking its head on one side, then scratching
its bill with one claw, the bird began
to sirig in llute-like tone*, "We Won't Go
Homo 'Till Morning." livery note was as
true and prompt as a French music box.
Despite thu animated appearance of the
songster, it was so unusual to hear tlio
mvHtprinir Honir of the bacchanals chanted
that the bystanders looked suspiciously
around to fiud the muRic box that was
playing the timo. The bird belongs to L.
D. Stebbins, the watchmaker, on Wisconsin
street, anil lie explained the modus operandi
by which the little songster acquired
its surprising faculty.
lie said that the bird had been bred by
himself, being a common canary. The
parent birds were chosen with reference to
volumo of voice and quality. "As soon as
the bird was born," he said, "the education
was begun. A mouth organ ^aathe
educator < mployed. Beginning thus early
it was eight months belore the education
was completed. The bird can sing'We
Won't Co Home 'Till Morning" faultlessly,
but there ils acquirements end. It has
never heard anv other song. That tune
was played at tho bird three" tiuiea a day
on an oiyan. It is a common canary and
la valuable on account of its superior education,
insomuch that I was offered $45
for it a lew days ago. Ignorant common
canaries sell (or $4, which proves conclusively
that there is nothing lost by educating
them."
PnnUl'a Luck Among the Lions.
11'oW Sirtrt Stun,
"Kcmember my boy, Dan'l, don't you ?"
bo asked of tho loungers In the postofllce,
as he slid a latter back into its envelope
and nut it In his pocket. ?
"Yes," answered three or lour in chorus.
"Dan'l went to Chicago, you knojv, and
opened a feed store. Didn't have but
$'JOO to Begin on, but Dan'l Is a boy you
can't keep down. Just get a letter from
biin. lie fays business increased on till
the court app'lntcd a receiver to take
charge of all tnc inonsy affairs. Tell you
what, that Chicago is a mighty smart
town, and myson Dan'l don't let no flies
light on him?not to stay.
Mn. Adoli'UkBiiaxd,o[ Currier's famous
1 *1 Dmaa Unnrf waa ufliilu at (ha
UlUUIUliniil ?iora wnuu) ?oi H. .??
World'i Fair, prostrated with severe (henmatism.
A lew applications of St. Jacobs
Oil restored him to bis wonted health.
IlnHlniuro & Oltlo.
Special excursions to Pittsburgh every
Sunday. Hound trip rate $160. Train
leaves tlio Baltimore & Ohio depot at 8:25
a u , city time. Returning loaves Pittsburgh
at 8:03 p. x? city tline. Tickets good
for this day only.
Nevtr diva lip.
If you aro suffering with low and depressed
spirits, Iom of appetite, geueral
debility, disordered blood, weak constltutlon,
headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Itinera. You will be surprised
to see tlio rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be Inspired with new life;
strength and activity will return; pain
and misery will oease, and henceforth you
will, rejoice in the praise of Electric Bit
ten. Sold at arty eonto ? Dotue oy ix>gan
A Co. /
llultluuirv & Ohio.
Special excnrelomi to I'lttalrargh overy
Sunday. Ronnd trip rate SI 80. Train
leave, tlio Baltimore A Ohio depot at 8:26
a. si., city time. Iteturaiog leave* rittaburKU
at8:08p. u.,city time. Ticketagood
for this day only.
SIZED UP 11Y OLD HICKORY.
How a Youth Xioal mu AiipolnUatot by Bator
Too frnli, .
Can>*> CUntaiul bairn.
Jackson, though a bard cam in early
life, and to bis death fond of cock fighting
and hone racing, took tha religion of hia
wife after she died, and became a Presbyterian.
He read a chapter in the Bible
every night before he went to bed while
he was in the White House, and had family
worship with hiaadopied daughter at
101'. M. He was very strict as to church
matters, and would let no one ran down
his nastor here. One night be noticed a
nobby looking young man sitting in a
pew near him paying very doae attention
to the sermon. Old Hickory liked thin,
and on going out he asked the man what
he thought of the discourse.
"It was the worst lot of staff ever ottered
in a pulpit," replied the young dude,
who, by the way, was a clerk In the State
Department.
"I think yon are mistaken, sir," returned
Jackson, with an angry Hush.
A few days after this, thia same young
man wanted to go abroad as Secretary of
legation to one of the chief European
courts,and tlie Minister?it was Van Buren,
wno naci ueeu uppuimcu mtuioicr w x.hklaiid?wanted
hltn to go with lilin. Old
Hickory, however, would not consent to
hia appointment.
"The man," be said, "is a fool He cannot
appreciate a good sermon and I will
not appoint him."
The result waa the young man remained
at home.
Stmitcre of the urethra in its worst
fornix, speedily cured by our new and
improved methods. Pamphlet, references
and terms, two three cent stamps. World's
Dispensary Medical Association, 003 Alain
street, Buffalo, N. Y.
The original son of a gun was a pistol.?
Tubal- Cain.
MAltltlKL).
HE}'?BALL-Ou Wednesday. May 13, 1885. by
Ber. D. A. Oilnnliigbaui, 1) D? GioitUK ?v. lie*
aud 311km MObUK M. Ball, both of Wheeling, W.
DIED.
JON ICS?On Tue*d<y, Way 1*, ltfl3, at hi* rwl*
dence nrai Kits Oiote. Ohio county,, of typbold
PUOUIUUUUI, MATH ANIRI. 11. JOMKS, atf?l 4H JC&n.
The funeral will take pUoo from his late rwldODCo,
on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock Frleu's
of tho fatally are invited. Interment at atone
CImrph Ccmatery.
Red Star
TRADE^rco/ 'MARK
Free from Opiates, Emvtlcs and JPoUoiis.
A PROMPT,^SA^FE, SURE CURE
Colds. Dronchttla, Croup, Whooping Cough,
Aitfcmo, Qulimy, I'aliulq Cheat,?0(lcU?r
tSMiotu of th j Th rout *n.1 Lung*,
rrfccffoccnta* bottle. Sold by Dnisclrtu and Dealer?.
Partlet una Me to f nditee their dealer to promptly
get it for them wilt rcceln* uoo bottles,?xpresic*urg?s
paid, by lendluff one dollar to
TUB CtURLKS X. VOCBMB COSPiSY,
Solo Owam *a<l Jlunftctum*. . _ _ .
tUUIaor*. P.?. 1*
jlolltg jtoting gUntn.
6HAPLINEJTREET RINK.
Finest Floor and Be,?t Music.
Airy, Accewlble, (ienteol.
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 14,
TIIBEU MILK KACIC!
?Between Thompson. ? ' steubcnvllle, and
Barkett, of Wheeling.
PRIZES TO PATRONS.
For the next alxty day* ovary admteiou ticket
purchMcd will bo accompanied by a Uoki>t entilling
thn holder to a chance for a present to he
given at a drawing at the end of tie alxty daj a.
First Prize?A Handsome Set of Oak Furniture.
Second A China 'inner aud Tea Set combined.
Third-Burniniied Bran Centre Tablf.
Founh?Hlesimt HUver Water Pitcher.
The furniture ii on exhibition at Mendel'*, the
China at Effing k, the table at Dillon's, and the
pitcher at Franahelm'a. my!2
Statist*.
QHARLESE. MASON,
DENTIST,
OUR. TWELFTH & MARKET 8TREETB,
Entrance 1206 Market Street
Ofllna Hnnra?9 to 1 r. n? 2 to ft r. m. aprt
"WHEELING DENTAL PLACE.
VY fifrABLIBHKD 1871.
Bent Gum Xeotli. $7
W AKKANTKD, '
Teeth extracted without .pain by a new Anacathetlc.
Local Application. iVou aro not put to
aloep.) Tcoth filled very rcwonnblc.
V) X)K. R a CALDWELL,
mrlft Juroh St.. Cnr. ThlrtT.flfth at
guncaiuuuu.
UNIVERSITYpF VIRGINIA.
sir SIM Kit LAW LBOTUUES (nine weekly)
begin vth Jtily. 1686 and end Uth September. Have
proved or signal UM^flst, tostudo it- who doftlgn
to pumtio th? Ir studies at this or o?hcr Law School;
2d, to tlioie who propose to read privately: and ad.
to practitioner* who have uoi had the advtnURO
of systematic limractlou. For circular apply (K
o. University of Va.) to Jo?? b. Mikoe, Piof nora.
and fltal? apr'Q rrhmw
TKilVKLKRH' GUI OK.
Arrival and departure of
trains?exrca nation nrilEFKRI no* llaiks.
iJaUy. t^unday excepted. J Monday excepted.?
Wheeling Time:
I Depart. | Arrive .
R. O. It. U..K1R.
Kxiiroks 0:40* m 8:50 pin
Fxprw*. 6:30 p m *J0:1S a m
Curatx-rUnO Accom..... ~. 8:15am 4:86pm
JUnnlogtwi Accom...? 4:10pm 8:40am
Moundaviltc Acooin lt:85axn 1:20pm
WOT.
Kxprcss(C'hIuaro sud Col) 0:18 a m 8:20 a m
Bxpras (Chicago and Con ? 7:00 pm 7:40am
Kxpn m (Chicago and Col) *10:?5 p m 0:30 p m
ZiDMvillu Ar<?nn. 8:40 pm 10:Main
ZanMvillo Acoom .. 7:85am 8:60 pm
W I*. Si B. IJIv.
Washington nod I'lttabujgh... 5:26 a m tll:06 a m
Washington and Pittsburgh,.. 7: ?0am [ *:C6 pra
Washington and Pittsburgh... *:20 p m *1": 15 p m
Washington f 8:05 pin 8:10am
P., C. ASU L. ttfKAIT.
Pittsburgh > 0:20 am t 6:5ft pra
PilUburgh and Now York f 1:20 pm t 8:85 pm
Pit sbuigh and Now York f 4:10 p m fll :4* a m
WIST.
Frnnw. Cln. and 8t KouU.... i 3:50* ra t 8:80 a m
Exiitcn, Cln. andBt. Louis... | 4: 0 pro f 6:55 pm
Exprcn,atvubenvlllo?fc CoU 11:20pm t Pm
HMdM [mm.IT,...
PltUiburKh, Cileve. & t'hl 5:57mot 8:8.1 pm
WolUf Hlo, ("It- vi?. A Ohl 8: * a m
i'uut., New lurk A Chi ?... ll:07iim 1:03 pra
Pltuburgh and Sew York 4:11 pm 4:44 p m
East Liverpool Accom............ 5:18 pm t 8*0am
v., L. A IV. K. It
EzoreMk Cloraland, E, it W 10:05 a m 9:45 pm
Mwllon Aooom 4:C5 p m 9:M a m
m. Clalnvtlle Aicnm 0:J3 a m 8:25 a m
BirCUdravllle Accoolm ?.... 1:50 pm 12:ttpm
8t.Clalr?vUleAccom~........... 5:25pm 4:50piu
Ohio Hirer Itnllronri.
PjurcnBW............. ?:Wam H:"0am
l'n?H3iiKBr-...'...?...?.....?.......?. 8:50 pn. * 8:35 pm
KrelMhu....~~. . 0:05am 6:15pm
~~ M.. Z. A O. ttnllroml.
Leave ncluUre*t 12:30 P K. for8utnnu riloM.
Leave Ho-lniro at 8:10 A* m. for 8umxnerAeld and
Zane?v!llo.
Leave Rellalre at 4p. m. for Woodifleld,
Arrive at Bellaire 8:96 a. m , 11:00 a. jr., and 4:00
y,K. ; . - - ...
TyilKEUNU A ELM GROVE li. K.
On uld utter monday, May 4, mu. tnlu on
the W. it E. G. R. B. will cava a? follows: .
Leave oily at """71 . Loaro WhceJIog rarkat
5:30 a.m. 1:00 p.*. 6:10 a.m. 1:oop.w.
6:10 " -.7:00 " 2,*00 .
7:00 " 8:00 " 6:00," 3:00 "
.1:00 ? 4:00 " 9:00 4:00 ?
9:00 " 8:00 " 10:00 6:00 "
10:00 " 6:10 " 11:90*? 6:10 ?
.11:00" 7:c0 " i2:00 " 7:00 "
12:00 " 8:C0 " 8:00 " i
9:80 " ?:? ? i
10:06," ,
OX sdmd&Ya. . . .
Leave eltr at 7 a. m. au.l ran every hear until 0
y. If , if
Leave Wheeling Park at 8 a. m. and ron every
hour until 10 p.m. uttMJWjL \ ,
mjj ^ Bupcrlauindcuu i
gtto S>&vnttstmtntt.
Q.HEAT BAKGAINS TO CLOSE OUT.
tfutfgie*. PhsvtoQi, Jump Seat Canlana. and
gprliuc Wagoni. , J.\S.F?HKkL,
mylt Cor. >faia acd TwrntyJm8)1.
JEWETTS REFRIGERATORS,
Both double and ?lo|le door, and with or without
peiuelaluellqed water tank, are the best made,
and take the leist quantity ol lee of any nude.
Cell end tee them, at v..DOTW, _ ..
M8BITT A BRO.'S,
my!4 1312 Market Btreet.
ROGERS' TRIPLE PLATED
KNIVES AND FOllKS,
_ Flue tiooda, at uiodcrate prlee.
vwiun UDAd
myl4 Market BU.opy. McLure Home.
jy?I8SI0NAKY SOCIAL
At Fourth Street M. E. Church,
THIS EVKN1NO, from 7 to 10o'clock.
MuaIc, Readings and Refreshments.
Admission, 10 cents. myH
JiOR SALE.
I offer (or sale the "Garden Spot Bakery," located
at No. 18 Ziue kUcet, Ialsnd. Partlca desiring to
purchase will call immediately. Good reasons
given (or tolling. A rare chance, and wlll#be sold
cheen.
myH* J. O. BCHKSERLKiy.
A KNUAL ELECTION.
ihe annual election of officers of the Ch'ldren's
Home will be held at the Bank of Whrelln* on
Batunlay, May 23, between iho boar* of 10 to 3
o'e ock Any ponton h?vlug contributed five dollar
within the pn*t year 1. it lege 1 voter, aud all
tuch iiupoiu are fleicb/ requested to cast their
balloi ?o thHt day. HtNKY K. LIST, Pres.
Louis c. ari?Ku *cc. myl4
-JjJ-EW FLORIDA
CABBAGE 1
Go to a J. Floreuoo to-day and #et your Cabbie.
K?i. 4) TwKSTirrn STRUT.
myU 8. J. FLORENCE.
jyjJSLOHIIHE!
Try it on Your Carpets.
It makei them as.bright as new.
myU At McMKCHE-VB.
yyRiNGKiis,
clothes Van,
Jronlut; llTa:d*.
Polishing Irons.
Tbobcst of goous at low prices, ni
C. E. BTIFKL <lr 80N3,
myH 1021 Main Btreet.
jq"OTICE TO TEACHEKS.
I be elentlon of teacher for (he Bel In! re Public
for the coining school year will take place
011 or about
THE 0th DAY OF JUNF, 18?6.
Tbo following leachow will tbm be chosen by
the Board of Education:
1 FighFebool Principal.
2 II(Kb n'hool Teachers. .<
6 Grammar School Teaehcra.
IK Primary Teacher*.
1 Training Teacher.
1 Teucher of Herman.
1 Teacher for the Colored School.
Fqurof th a teachor* selected will be appointed
Principal*.'
All applicant* for the <bo?e portions are roquired
to submit, on or before the 8th of June, a
written application accompanied by a certificate
granted or endorsed by the Local Board of Jtxaml*
liens U ?. WOODBKIDOK,
myH Clerk of. the Board of Education.
FOR RENT.
Burtnsaa Hoimc and Dwelling, comer of Seventeenth
ond Jacob street.
Flrbt iloor of 126 Seventeenth street, and itablo
on alley in rear.
Two rooma, No. 1W4 Eoff street.
Two rooma. No WittertlwK
Four roomed House, No. 27W Alley It. Bents at
|7 00a month.
Three roomed House. No. 67 Alley 14.
Four roomed houst). No. t? Sixteenth street.
four rooma and finished attic, No 04 Fourteenth
street.
No. lis Eicbteenth street, 5 rooms.
No. 1601 Manchester, containing 0 rooms.
Vacant lot opposite went end of Heventeentb
street, Mild lot frouting on Cbapliue street.
Frame Building in rear of 1734 Market street
FOR SALE.
Homes, Farms and other propjrty for sale.
Personal attention given to BentiDg Houses,
^ollectlntc U- nta. Purchase and Sn e of Real Kata'e:
Notanr Commission filed lit Pension Office, I'emiou
Vouchers ceitifled, Depositions Uken in clalma for
Pen?ioni; D?ede, Leases, Airreemeuts and olli-r
written instruments prepared. Tbo Collection of
Accounts a specialty. and prompt return* made.
JAU1& A. HKNUV, Keal BlUle AjWUL
Collector and No'ary Public,
xnyll No. MH Market Ptrww
B. F. Caldwell
1500, 1502 MAKKET ST.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Near Fckof/ice.
Parlor uuil Del-Room
FUKIS ITURE !
Dining-Room & Kitchen Outfits.
WOOD, 8LATE AND IBON
HVC^-ITTEIXjS!
' Furniture Repaired. niylJ
7 iUUSlU JtJUUllS 7
Sacrcd- Social?Patriotic.
Onnrr U/nrehln B7 Einenon ?ndfihenrln. Full
oOng WOloIlipi of the best sacred muile,hymns
and tune* of a hicb order, but bright, mimical and
taking for Sunday fc'chool use. 860 or S3 CO per doz.
Fresh Flowers,
mufic, pure and reverent hymn* and bright Pie*
una roudtr it a book of turnaaalng beauiy. For
the Yonnger Scholars In Sunday School*. ? rice 15
ct?., 92 40 per do.t. _____
College Songs.
ringing in Colleges or eUcwbere. Great favorites,
by It. K. Watte. Price 50 eta.
U/ar Cnnffc ron*" ?,[ ih0 w5rl; T*>? best of
If dl OUflgo. Sacbxp HoKca and Hymns for Memorial
0ty? Patriotic muile aed the rink log campei<n
aong* that make the Social Camp Fires bum
10 brightl). Prloe 60 eta.
Baroabre'M Songs, or an Erenlng with Barnabee
21 of tho best Coulo Sours. 9128.
Forest Jubitce nan 1. Jurenile Cantata, By N. B.
Sargent. V?ry attractive. 40 eta.. $3 CO per dox.
Merry Making McJod'e*. By Wade Whipple.
Jolly Nursery 8u*>P- Piano accompaniments. 75c.
Mailed/or UetaU Prloo.
OLIVER DIT80N A CO., Bolton,
a H, Ditook A Co., J. K Ditsoh A Co.,
W7 fin.ad way, New York. 1228 Chestnut St., 1'hlla.
: myt-rn^w . .
UU?0 ililU&L, PAUI8, 1878.
Wy BAKER'S
m.? Mtt Cow.
1vfSaPfgr Warranted almoin iffy pur*
Cacwi, from which the news of
<?Eij|!ytf\ Oil )>u?bc?n removed. hhn*<Arcf
i 101\ "f Cocoa mixed
raBllflQlU ?lMrc,*? .Arrowroot or Sugar,
lU M U * wm therefore far more eeoooml.
M M!i c*1' let! (Aim one ant a
cup. It U tlvUcloui, nourUliIng,
Hfl *!li ^nmgllnnil'iig.auiljr dluvntPil, sod
[SS^Lrjji dmlmbly adnptfd fur JurolUa m
well?? for iK*rwn'nw In hfulth.
Sold tiy Orocrrx nTciywhere,
?, BAKER & CO.,Uorcttr, Ha
jq-lOUT WOBK.
I ?m new rnptiti to ilo>11 HiW nljhl work,
mrh u Clomlni VnulU, <U' CUixtt nuoubla.
all on or ?ldr?? by per ! ntd,
UKOIUIE McMICHIN,
m?< . No. MM CTwlw Btnwi.
A LI. KINDS OF BOOK AND JOB
AmiiHii nmurjudptonpur tucoud ?>
<6to. %. gaalot.
GEO.R.TAYLOR.
Our New Stock of Sprots
and Summer Goods now being
complete we would invite the
ladies to call early and make
their selections before the
choicest good have been sold.
Each Department is now replete
with the Newest and the Best.
To ladies contemplating the
purchase of a
BLACK GROS GRAIN
-ORJersey
Silk!
We would say that the Best
Lyons Goods known are represented
in our immense stock.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to a particular make of
Lyons Gros Grain, that we confrr?l
in f-Viic mnrlrpt- vvhirh in all
cases has given entire satisfaction
to the customer, and being
SUKE SAI^E
we can afford them at a very
small advance over cost.
JERSEY SILKS
Are deservedly popular, and
can be found in our stock at all
prices from $\ 25 to $2 25.
WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS
In a great variety of combination
Suitings and plain goods in
the New Baize and Alderny
Trirnt PlnfllQ arp ?tlll
JltUUV^Jl A I IbWh ?.? ?# ? U.I?
as fashionable as ever, and sold
at lower prices than last year.
We have just opened full and
complete lines of
Ladies' Camb. Underwear,
Ladies' Gauze Underwear,
Ladies' Silk Gloves and Mitts,
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas,
Japanese Fans,
Austrian Fans,
White Embroidered Robes,
Sattine Robes, all colors,
French Sattines,
Children's Emb'd Caps,
Infants' Cloaks,
Fine Jersey Jackets,
White Flannel Suitings,
Jersey Stripes,
Lawn Tennis Suitings,
Combination Silks,
Jersey Foulards,
Cambric Aprons,
C*Konm A lKitcnoe
v_?icaiu niuauvas)
Cream Laces,
Spanish Lace, 28-inch,
Lace Flouncings,
Beaded Laces,
Misses' Wraps,
Boys' Shirt Waists,
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery,
Embroideries,
Handkerchiefs,
Lace Curtains,
Counterpanes,
Table Linens.
All just opened and ready for
inspection.
The most desirable street
wrap offered this spring is the
Black Embroidered Drap d'ete Mantle.
We show in all qualities from
six to thirty-two dollars.
VELVET GRENADINES
In new and choice designs for
Wraps and Dresses opened
Tins Morning.
GEO. TAYLOR.
. ?prt?
- t
?o0?? Sc (Sa.
CARD TOTHE TRADE
Wt uka pltuara la reminding the tmda that wt
IZH B&OniMtBfMI of
LOISA.N, LIST Si CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Powder,
Ah advertised and aold by ua (or many jeaia.
It la carefully and skillfully prepared la accordance
with the genuine formula, which hai ntrw
passed irom our possession, legally or otherwise;
and Irom Srwcri.t Pima and Wiiolmomk Mat?mam
It contalna no alum, Lime, or other Injurious
Ingredient*: and la acknowledged ua superior
In all respects to any Baking Powder In the marset.
Our Powder Is put up Ju & and 10 lb. boies,
and lu dime, Yt and 1 lb. cans.
Be on your guard against Imitations. See that
our addreu la on eaah box and label. Address all
orderato
LOGAN & CO,, Prop's and Manuf rs,
SUCCK8a}bs to !,e?ax, i.utt a CO.,
WHOLESALE DK0GQIST8,
aprtt Wheeling, W. Va.
?SooUs, itatlonctjj, tec.
_________
TIMIIIiT BOOKS
Oa tbo Anglo-Ruulan dkpule.
Tin Raadana at the Gate* of Herat; fully Illustrated;
pepar.'JO ten*
Map-, of Afghanistan, ??enta.
X Ride to Khiva. Cap?. Burnaby; paper, 10 cent*.
Oa Horwoaok Through AiU Mtnor, CapL Burn&ky;
puiwr, 'A) cants.
Any of the above sent br. nail on iweipt of 26o.
Majr "Cantnry," vnasnally inMiestlug number,
Jut la.
STANTON ? DAVENPORT,
njtl 1801 Myfcat Street
gLANK BOOKS I
WALL PAPERS AND BORDERS,
Foreign and Domestic.'
<arr A rrrniVWR V.
The Largest Block and Greatest Variety. Sold at
the VERY LOWEST PRICES by
JOS. GRAYES & SON,
]rn aTw?iniiBtrc?L
JJOLI.ER
SKATES!
A good rarlety. Prices and stylet to stilt all.
Also, Skate llugu and Straps.
& H. QDIMBT,
Bookseller and Newsdealer,
>pr18 No 1414 Market Street
tHSatehts ana lewelsg.
DIAMONDS
I I art making quite a Specialty of theabovngoods
thia season, mid htivc in stock a choice selection of
very Fine Stones, consisting of Finely Matched
j Ear Riug?, Solitaire and Cluster Rings, Laeo Flna
| and Hindi.
! Will make special low rates to any one wishing,
anythlog in tbla line.
Very respectfully,
X. Or. 3DILX.03ST,
J E WELER,
P. S.-Fach Dally Express adds New Goods to
onr >tock. " apr27
Q.0 TO LASH'S,
COR. MAIN AND ELEVENTH STREET,
For Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 4c.,
First Class Goods. Prices low.
WWatch Repairing a Specialty.
Branch House. Martin's Ferry. Ohio fohl
(China, <SIas? and fl}uM??watt.
WALL PAPER, BORDERS,
t??J. AaIILw (l/inarnllnnd I
hiiu ueiiiiig ucuoi anuno i
CLOTH and PAPER
Window Shades!
Jait received, an entlw new stock in great variety,
and of the Latest Design"; the most complete
and largest In the btate offered at the
"
LOWEST PRICES.
AIm) a lull line of Fine
Decorated Dinner and Toilet Sets,
CHANDELIERS,
library lamps and
houskfuknishi.no goods,
Always on hand.
Inspection respectfully Invited.
JO H3ST FBIEDEL,
mi nan MAIN BTRKKT.
^RIMBLE <k LUTZ,
PLUMBERS,
GASAND STEAM FITTERS,
1418 Market Street.
wrHeatlug and Ventilating of Public Bulldloii
Dwellings and Factories a Specialty.
ao24
?UKK FXTTON,
PltACTICAL PLUMBER,
Gras and Htea.ni Fitter
No. H16 MALS STREET.
Jtwt received, a lot of Cheater's Patent Adjuitable
Burners.
8pcolal attention given to Jobbing. mrU
Y^M. HARE 6L BON,
PRACTICAL PLCMBKRB,
Gn? and Steam Fitter*,
Nad TWELFTH STREET,
AH work done proraptlr *t wuoiuble prion,
gttatbU moths.
[ESTABLlBtUiD 1B62.J
CARROLL & BUO.,
Granite and Marble Workers,
Nns. B. 8 & 10 Sixteenth St.
(Near Stone Bridge,)
WHEELING, W. VA,,
JUre on band a fine assortment of "
Granite and Marble Xonnmenta,
Ind the Lateatttylea of Eutcrn Work, which will ]
ttiMtid at rwmmhlw prt<yw ' aort*
si)iisciciIti; roft
" THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER.^
lOOmANVITN.
(8*0, g. ftttttl & go. __
GEO. E. STIFEL
& oo.
, We shall open this morning
a new purchase of
LACE
CurtainS I
Including some entirely new
effects, never shown here.
25 PIECES FANCY
Lace Striped Scrim.
From xo cts. per yard up.
ANOTHER CHOICE LOT OK
Printed Batistes & Satteens
*
PARASOLS
In all the New Designs.
GEO. E. STIFEL&CO.
1114 MAIN STMarket
St. Entrance through
Geo. L. Durst's Confectionery.
my.' * ?
gfrjf goads.
G-A'^S
UNDERWEAR!
J. S RHODES & CO.
Ladies' Gauze Vests, long and
short sleeves, at 25c each.
.1 n
uenuemen s utilize juun ai
25c each.
All the sizes in Children's
Gauze Shirts, long and short
sleeves.
Lace Curtains,
Parasols and Jerseys,
In all the qualities., |
I
J.S.RHODES & CO.
ray*
gousc ana Sifltt gaintec.
?. C. KURNEE,
House and Sip Painter!,
C3-E.AI3STBE., !
Gla/.iur JSC. Pupor Iliiniror, 1
- . I
AMD DEALER1 IM j
Paints, Varnishes,
011% ' (ilflHH, Ac.
No. 1727 MABKET STREET.
apr2
5cU00iBt5.
THE GltNUINK '
In Strictly Pun and Efcliable.
B. H. LIST, 1010 iUln Street, .
Sole Mauufacturcr and Proprietor.
Mrtoakfttitforaw6rth1f?!mlt?tiftn. apr27 .
Send for
Specimen.
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER,
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCES, N
THE BKBf WEST VIRGINIA WEEKLY, =
THE BEST WERT VIRGINIA WEEKLY.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, 7
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. S
Kt'inl fur kim lmmi immUi
PUBLISHED THD]t8DAYB,
w
Sictnws and &ei IJXattsial*. =
QRAUGHT8MKN TAKE NOTICE. t
Truing Unfto.
Whitman Paper*.
CroM HaeUon Paper.
Blue ProoM P*ner,
Bond Puner.
l-IiTiild Indi& Ink.
For ule at Uie HcLurt Iloan a r t wore. 1
??? It U NIOOLL, Afcnt *>
SBBSTEE'S SALE. ~~~"
Irlituf at a Daod ol Trail mtda uul mntuj
w'^isgSEv^S
ngMj ohtowmir. ?t?uoi ff?i viJg!.'?1'
. 8ATUKDAY, MAT 16, 1186.
it ten o'clock x. u. of that <Ur, the followim
JmiudU Ui# oeotn <il Mid lot (mm ue
m Twoniy-ioouud ilreoi ...J ti,c wiJih ui SB K
jd the ant ?.ltf WMtol Koff kiwi, lo mijT,..
ind of record Id Deed Book No. 46,
record* of Ohio county, vute of WwtN'iniuu
^Bdlljj m truilee I hhxll convey only ?u5? & ?
TixMior 8ALv-On<y third of the purcluieiMB*
i**hlu htud; one-third thereof with lutcrwtfl
tlx month*, and the neidue thereof ^ith ioSm
In Mrclre months, thepurchuer Riving his
with good Moorlty for the deferred peymtuu tu
legal title will to retain, d u funut-rSS n*
aprio uioauft u I'nA.NMr.lLTnjto.
rjlRUSTEE'S SALE.
B7 virtue of * Deed of Trait made by Fnn.
Werwurk* and TcUa Werwerka, hu liK
ngiaJnalMdaMfrtrour ?. ICT, imaftS
the office of the lark 01 ih?' ouuiy Court of otw
County, Waal Ylrglula. In ixed of M mSS?
14, p*g*?7,1 will Mil at the front door tffi
Court Houae of aald coumy, on
SATURDAY, THE 30th DAY or MAY. ims,
commencing at 10 o'clock k. u., the fnllotriz^
property, that U to ?y: Lot number one in kjbS
number ioriy-iour. In the tlghih Wan) o( the u-?
of Wheeling, Ohio eoumy, Virginia '
The tKlo la believed u? l?? |?rfoct, but mIIIm ?
trujtojHwUl wjntey only the Utle veatad iunwbj
Tkkms or Baut-One third and aa much mor*?
the purchaser mar elect to pay, in ouh. on dar 5
ale. the baianoe In two equu itutallmenu at iS
and twelve montba. notea aecurvd by dmt ol ttu
and policy of insurance to be given fur the d?
ferred payment*.
WM. L1NCH, Tnutae, I
W. H. Hauia, Auctlouier,
W. J.W Cowdkw. HoHcltnr. I
r 'iiuninri o oaxj!, ur r&IttUNAL
X FROPKKTY.
ay Tlrtue of a Deed of Tniit made by ChrlatUa
Beibkeand Kit to tteibk6 bla wife. In the uoiitt.
signed trustee, dated the 23d daj of February, 1>m
and recorded Id D??d of Trust Book No. 17. tan
410, he will, on
MONDAY, MAVIS, JBS,
eomui nclm at 10 o' lock a. u , k11 st public sostlon
to the highest and bwt bidder, the fullowlnt
described *er>ousl proj>erty, to wit: Thin* t?o
thousand two hundred and Kfty*?lx be<r lottn
now used by said Seibke in bis bser bet Hob bustness;
thirty-two (fcil and dowi box*s lor hokllnc
bo-r bottles: one' hundred an<l flftjr (ibi BJnl
Bctr boxes; four hundred and nluet) dve (4J&i t?o
docen beer boxea; tbrco desks chain, twu Uum,
and all other, the property eompo?iDg the ofli*
furniture of saldfielbke situate In the old tnlib
llrewery bull jIjir. ju Mid City oi Wheeling: slto,
one Mtn, two (2) cork tnacblms. one buggy, i?o
horses, one double wsgon, two tingle wsguu. Uw
set* of harness, autl thirty g'ouot faleutcurkt.
tald sale will be made in the place of honiMuof
raid Christian eolbke, In the old Smith brewm,'
and fronting on (.boiiliue ktrvtU in aid Ut? nt
Wheeling.
'iKKMn OF BALB-Cath ia hiutd ondiyofaJe.
R. U. lWBRTnwpe. 1
W. H. Ham re. Anctlanecr. n.>:
^Slagims, (Cim-tog<s, itc.
JgUGGIKS AXU CARRIAGES.
DONALDSON', LEWIS & CO.,
MANUKACTURKBS OF
Buggies, Carriages & Delivery Wagsu
All work juirantwd.
Not. 1600 to 1508 MARKET STREET.
An Inipectlon of our work and price* bulkM
at tits hand* of the trade.
REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DOXl
|Ph0t0Btiij)liu.
rjl H. HIGGIHb,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
42 TWELFTH UTMOST.
j*8 ffHUUKg, W. Vl
(f?5() ??00
Will cot One Doom Bat suln FiuUM
Cabinet Photograplir
And don't yon forget It,
-A.T BROWN'S,
tprt 1222 MARKBT8TKHT,
pARSONS,
Artistic Photographer,
PARLORS,
febB Onnmltfr Mcl-nr? ltnnw- titr.. J
goustfnrnislilug Goods.
QOOhEIt.S
In all Size*.
. From one to eight gallons, cbrtp, it
OEO. W. J0ll.V30.Vti SOW,
roy7 M4Th 1210 Main Stud
Q.AS AND OIL
STOVES.
Hafo tad economical. We hare Ave tlsadHA
ftnd )irico lower than tat waaou.
C. E.ST1FELA.M5B,
myfi KfjritlpPtfxL
(Soufectioncvu.
VTKW ICE CKKA.M WKUJHS AT
JLl No. 100C Main ktreet-Qrant Howe.
MRS. ZIEGEKFKLLKR l/u leave to inform i*
rublic that she has opened a branch More a* aton.
where every thing lo her line can be bad thews*
u at hor e?tablUhmeut, No. C6 Twelfth itrwt.
ZOK CREAM at the lowest prion, both whol^*
la and retail. ?]?_
fiTILL THEY COME. '
100 BOXES JIORK
Fin? Florida Ornugov*
(likely to be the hut of tbeieuou)
Just received by
unrfi XWWm.AP *THrT.2i
Slats and Kapi.
VTEW YORK HATBLEACHEKY.Kft
l-i 84 Sixteenth street. Ladle*' ud Hi**
Jtraw, Uce. Chip, Felt *nd Ik-aver Hat*, ?r~ ?;
lered, bleached. colored and flubbed in the l?Uit
vglMiPrompUy. Milliner*' work done MtbenMl
QENTLEMEN'fi SII,K AND~FaJ
LX HAT8renor?tedtopre*ent?trl?*tBH>?^?
iharM*, by Win, Oralowiky, the Practical
'ltlMiurgb. Pi. Leave your onlci* with I. #
Pnnltlftn, U PIWiwiIm Wh???Hfir
Scwinj gHashlnn.
P 8TANDS ATTJIKTJE.UH
The Light Running Domestic. _
For artistic beauty It luu no muii. /?? ,?-fctltors
recognize It u the itkudurd oi awJ***U
oftloe will remain at
No. 70 Twki.hr Smirr.
aprM N. II. VASTI,KVK.W?njf>
gltttro-glatinj).
gEU, PULLS, DOOi!I'LATHi
AND DOOR k'N'OIHi
NICKEL PJC.ATKD
For NX: toll .VJeach.
mna ?[IKH.I.?; niyoi'A
Btmoi'rtla,
REMOVAL.
I>r, .J. E. HellovillC)
. v.n aTTDCVnV.
rttlBIUAJi Aii?# I"?" ' ^
Hu removed from No. 1313 c;hm|?llo<^5^#
v>. nm nmillnn ''^*1
?tanttil7
second-HAND olothing
WANTED.
Q?oti wlihlof to fllipMO nlCMlof*""?
- ^fessasa
F11ANKLIN
type
roui*nitY.
t?? riiM stmi,
ALLISON 4 SMITH.

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