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WHKtUSO, Mf. VA., MAV 10, IMS.
J'ublUhwJ dally (huudajk ttxuepiea; oy FUKWf CAMPBELL k 11AKT, . Prop*. At Mot.? and 27Fourteenth street. TKRM3 OF DULY. On? copy oa? y?ar....tt 00 j Three moullu. 42 00 Six mouth* 4 001 One month...^...^.. 66 DtUlTtm.il by cantata In tity, I6e per week. TKKMU 07 dEMI-WKCICLY. One yeerM.MM....MMJS 001 Six month?.......M.M|l w TKHM8 OF WKKKLY. One yotr...?.M?..MM*Jl 00 i Six mouths.. 66 Great reduction to Club*. Send lor sample oopy wd uirculw*. Address ' FKKW, GAMPBKLL * HART. u> v? IWNWt, ... ' [Entered it the Pottofflce at WbteljDf, W. Va.,u Mcuiid cl? m?t:cr.l . !> Tim Fmrty Orgaiitialltu Threatened. The Ixthllioikckr finda it difficult to please its esteemed Democratic contemporaries, and it ia painful to ace that Uiia newspaper ia the innocent cause of bitter contention among Democratic brethren who should dwell together in peace. Some time since, or perhaps sevecal times since, the IxmuaiKcKit, in a hurst of confidence, apoke of itself as "the personal organ of Senator Camden and the next friend of Senator Kenna." If there had been any thought of giving offense these fateful wotda might have gone to "the last tillable of recorded time" un-i*? uhui cu. To our exceeding great surprise so calm and prerspicuotis a newspaper as the Wat Virginia Democrat of Mr. James M. Mason flies into something bearing all the earmarks of passion, says hard things about the I.NTKj.LioENCKit, und harder about the innocent, suffering Senators. The people are warned to beware of these " Democrat. ic Senators, representing Democracy, arrogating to themselves the absolute right to control the entire Federal patronage oi a Democratic State, saying to President Cleveland 'do this, and he doeth it,' and the Wheeling Intxllicibncxk, the per* sonal organ of the one, the next friend of the other!" Not content with rubbing it into the Senators after this unneighborly fashion, the paper of 3fr. James M. Mason and Col. Dan Lucaa raises Its voice in icrviu ex ourtatiou: "Democrats, if we are to preserve 4ho organisation ot our party, if we mean anything for th6 great principles we declare for and hold to, believing that itlie salvation of our free institutions depends upon those principles, let us away with such Democrats!" If the situation warrant* so seiious a view, we cannot but regret the attitude in whieji the Senators have placed themselves. There is gomecomfortin the very ablb response of the Martinsburg SiaUman (Dew.) to the only West Virginia Democrat, yet perh ips that is not all that the gravity of the party peril demands. There is more consolation in the suggestion of the ac.comnlished Free/'reu, that the Democrat i? do lug the clown act in the Democratic circus. Until our Democratic friends come to some understanding anion# tlieiu be Ivor .. the relations between the Intkllioknckb and the Senators must remain unchanged. WriliuK liUtory. In tlie Washington dispatclies of the New York Times is tho following important court information: TJIKY nil) NOTUSK TltJC DKHI'ATCII. Colonel Lainont and Mrs. Lamont, with Mr. K. K. Apgar, Mr. Tracy, of Albany, and a few others, mado a party to Mount Vernon today. They did not go by tho "Despatch." which was commonly used tin,:*., Uai,.o nortiaa until the change of administration, but traveled on the boat which carries visitors to the tomb of Washington all the year round. When the "impartial historian" comes to write tho history of this administration he will pay little attention to the appoint ment ol Biggins and 1'iUsbury aud Chace and Meire and Blackburn and Morgan and the rest of them; ho will wasto no time on Hendricks'fourhundredmilliousurplus or Manning's reckless and swift dissipation of all but twenty-four millions thereof; he will not tarry by the way to recount the two-conts shortage in the Treasury, afterwards discovered; he will not inflame posterity with reminiscences of the Democratic slogan "Turn the rascals - out," nor tell bow precious few rascals were fodnd who deserved to be turned out. All this will be as though it never was. The historian will merely burn over his files of the Ixtklliokxcku and clip this recital of the JeiTersonian simplicity of the Democratic renaissance. It will be enough to say of PresidentClevolard's courtiers that "they did not use the 'Despatch.'" This will convey tho idea that when the President's Private Secretary and a few New York friends desired to visit the tomb of the Father of his Country they did not order out the navy nor load a batallion of marines on tho regular passenger boat. From this suggestion the imaginative mind of the twentieth century will easily * rn an nHmJnIntrafjnn nbflmhad in the evolution of a policy of retrenchment and reform. Tlio historian is going to find his task more than half done for him.' lie will show hia genius by laying hold of audi salient features as this, which tell all that need be told. TUB WlilOPKlUAU UA-lLkIIY. A gentleman from a distant place?not a professional lestbete?who happened In the city recently said to me: "I see yon don't give much attentiou to the external appearaneo of your houses. Don't you think you are making a iniatdko?" Don 11 think sol It is a dally pain to me as I pasa along the streets to see that we so on making a sustained and easily avoidable blundor. With very few and hardly conspicuous exceptions the style of house-building isabout the Mine as that of our grandfathers' timo. Where there has been a departure it has commonly began and otided in tne mnnsaru; wnion will do as "change fpr sake of change," bat cannot be construed aa a form of beauty. With regard to tho eiterlor effecta of oar bousea wo are undormauy and great diaadvantagea in Wheeling. The closopacking of a crowded center does not spread a?d dissolve itself gently andplo turoaquely Into a fringe of suburban beaaty. Wheeling lias nosuburbs proper, it twins, it ends: on ono aido washed by tlio river, on the otherthut in by the everluting bills. Acroiw the river, over the hills, is more room for homes ?nd beautiful ones, hat that is not Wheeling. The more reason why we shall try to make tbo city us beautiful as we can. If not beautiful, at least attractive by way of variety. Ob, the terrible sameness?quite as bad aa the inlenninable line ol glaring white shutters of rhiladelplda of the recent past, or the abomlnablo bonus "rows"?mile upon ralfc of them?which dlsflgnre the large citloal Tho eye wearie* of the same general stylo, doors all alike, windows like tho doors, roofs of the same pitch, everything in the lino groove, and everylwdy seemingly well pleased tohave it so. Buskin told tho good people of Edinburgh that as he walked along Qneen street on his W?f to tbo lecture hall he counted 078 windows ol one unrelieved, unvarying herown i??Edlhbuigb.} S ' * : ' W I wu discuaalng this subject with an intelligent house builder who said:. ' * "Architects and buildera can't help It. A nun wants a hoiue. 'Build me one like thai,' he says, pointing to bit neighbor'!. You can't argue him out of it. There is a house that suits him. That is what he wants. This la why we go on building the same thing." > We can understand the Why withont lilting the What 1 have heard it said mora than once, in a tone of hopeless disgust, "There is no use of trying to build ofautHui houses in Wheeling?look at that!" pointing to the soot-scarred walls. As though a thing originally unattractive in form weathers the storm of loot better than a form more pleasing, Became there is a strong tendency to dlnginess 1 hear it said that it la useless to put on gay color. On the contrary there is all the more reason. But I am talkingnow not w) much of color as of form, style of architecture; and not suggesting anything in particular so much m putting In a mild protest ?imiulnn tnravtkr the same unat nyaiuov vHUH?.t tractive thing. Wo can't spare a great deal of ground for our city homes, but see what has been done elsewhere under conditions more adverse. Our Wliooling builders can do as well if we give them a chance, and I am sure they would be glad to vary the dull monotony. * If there are few less sightly places than Wheeliing there aro feiv in which there is more home comfort or a more glowing homo life. The visitor whose observation of our exteriors started mo on Ibis strain, said that Wheeling people were either well-to-do, or never would be, for he had never seen so "full" livers. His term expresses it well; it is the common remark of visitors that Wheeling tables aro rarely equalled for plenteousness, and that generally the home bespeaks any e<uy familiarity with tlio good things of lifo. Agen, tleiuan from a distant city remarked to me that the easy chair seemed to be Indigenous and Of spontaneous growth, for ho ' where had be seen It in so great abundance. For solid comfort we have little more to ask?if we are philosophical euough to rise triumphant o'er smoke and soot Tiiere Is alBoagood deal ot the beautiful indoors.. It ia in the exteriors that we hug the delusion of a conservative - V. b.nn t? I ughness?anyaon t care nuv ... ilHfl Anj bodjTold You? That Major Ban Stalnaker's handsome countenance so much impressed the President that he said he would see him later? That the West Virginia Democracy is not wildly endorsing the national Administration V ? 4 That on tho contrary the veterans who bore the brunt of the fray are nursing a well developed case of disgust? That the swiininiug bath would be a good summer institution ? That the bicycle is winning its way over Wheeling's rough streets? That the tricycle isn't so hard a horse to ride? That Wheeling mengonerally don't take enough exercise? That Demosthenes would have reveled in thefe hills? That Demosthenes isn't a live issue? THE WuiBI'KBKR. I The Chicago Herald print* the following exaggeration of the way the firemen "get there" when a fire occurs in Buffalo: " Yes, I live in .Buffalo." said an elderly passenger, Badly, according to the Chicago Herald, "and l rn going to Chicago to sec the fire department there. We have a tire department iu BufftUo, of course, but it isn't a success. It's too Blow. When a fire breaks out the man that discovers it goes and wakes up a poKceman, the policeman runs around and finds the sergeant of the beat, the sergeant goes florne and ?eUf his key to the box, returns and sends in*, the alarm. At the fire telegraph ofHce they call the fire chief out of bed by telephone, lie wakens his hired man, and the hired man hitches upihe chiefs horse and wagon; then the chief goes around to the stations and wakes up the men. The men dress, hitch up the horses, put kindling under the i ?l.o Am 'Phnrn la a tjiuauiers uuu aimi. up i.?w ...v.. ......_ eity ordinance against running horses in tho streets, and so the steamer horses are trotted to tlie Are. They usually get there about the time the walls are falling and the insurance inenjare fixing up the losses" There was a competitive test of hand grenades at Milwukeo recently. They must havo been a little reckless in building a lire that could not be put out by a bucket of water, for, as the story goes, the fire was soon under such headway that neither of the hand grenade men could, control it. Astonished at their lack of success, and somewhat alarmed, they combined their efforts and broke blue bottles over the miniature conflagration till, figuratively speaking, the ''streets ran anklo deep:' with the mysterious fluid that es* caped. Finally tho chief of the fire department, fearing a spread of the flames, and knowing just what to do, sent in an alarm and called out a chemical Are ex*|,uf amnHiorrxl fh? flrn in a blUUUIOMUi, - --- squirt or two. The exhibition wua a success, but tlio hand grenadamen wishod their bottles had been Htored in tho "1-anghain" Hotel anil burned up with the 5,000 do?en Harden grcnadis that the Haines destroyed on the L'lat ult. Then they had been snared the humiliation oladvertianut efl'cctinilly tlie beat Are extinguishing apparatus in the market. A Owiilrr. ifdrtihiiulJomiial. A lively air on a violin will sometimes set a whole flock of geese wild with delight. On one occasion at a country wedT tvuu o nitrmcu of ii i-iirinnn rinrfnrm* auco by one of those animals. After dinner a lady entertained the guests assembled on a lawn with music from an accordion. A flock of g&se were feeding in the road lust below the house, and with outstretched necks answered back with notes of satisfaction. Soon a white gander fcommonced dancing a lively air, keeping good time to tho music. For several minutes he kept up the performance to the great delight of tho company. The experiment was tried several times for a week or more. noil the tones of the accordion never failed to get the old gander into a lively dance. yrom it Senas of Duty. Some people shrink from making public llie bens fit they have received, while others are tree to tell it abroad for the good of fellow mortals. Of the litter kind is Mr. J. H Coppuck, of Mount Holly, N, J., who writes, ''I am one of many who give their cheerful appreciation of the morlts of the efficacy of your valuable Brown's Iron Bitters,from a sense of duty. This bitters is doing much good in our county, for which I can vouch." The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the looking-glass. - ICE: ICE! IO^! C. SEIBERT & SONS Art preputd to luniUh lheHj?l qu-llvj- ol let >t UuhnrMinw. Ledn order* at ihelr oflloc, No. 1700 MurWet Stroot, 8lx doon l?lo<r Pwwtti*. niuiMt. njW i BfearipMP AMP DltAMATlig*8^ BuSUo has twenty-three rinks. V It is .whjipefed tliat the prima donna Nevada i^o(nl^lK. ^ilmer^ liar Minneapolis (Minn.) claims the premium for > number fit rinks graded by population. The courts have been applied to to appoint a guardian for Blind Tom, whp baa been declared an.idlotr i . > I i There are thousand' ol boating followers who still believe that Edward Hanlan is a fatter sctiller than William peach. The Ida Siddoiu party went to pieces in Chicago with tile memken growling for back pay and trying U> borrow .money to got out of town. The Pittsburgh oarsmen are tilling in time on wheels. Three of'them, named Mai-iJn KnW. P. Priddv and J. W. Mor row wore contestants In a race In that rfty"My wheel has brought me to my whoa," said the upset bicyclist, as became to a (all stop by running over a boy, and lilted himself from tbo curbstone and pointed to his demoralized locomotive that had encountered - a lamp-post, and was leaning against it looking very tired. The Rev. Mr. Chandler having said at a meeting of the Baptist ministere of Boston that "a well-managed rink may be a better place for the young than a badly managed church picnic or sociable," the Oloit of that city says: "Como, now, Mr. Clergyman, why not toll the whole truth and say that it ii a better place ?" . According to Pittsburgh exchanges there seemB little prospect that a regatta will be held there this year. The loss resulting from the last experiment is not yet forgotten by those who took part in the venture. Somo of thorn declare that if the railroad companies would tako a share in the speculation a good regatta could be arranged. Several spoiling gentlemen, howetcr, are enueavoniiK uj orguuuo wiuu tuvy, soriu ? "local regatta," in which none but local rowers shall compete. *Th?s will bo less expensive, and as there are a largo number of scullers inaud about PittsbuJgb, they think that a good day's act) u a tic sport I could be made. liiKI). WINTERS-On Thunday, 7,18M, at hi> homo at Pond Hill. Marshall oumy, W. Va., Mr. John WtN-nom. in bin 70th your. Red Star trade\^7 mark; (ough^ure free from Opiates, nineties and l'olsons. A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE For Cough* Sore Throat, HonrwoofM, InflntrnM, Col Jib llronchttK Croup, Whooplflg Cough, Aathmii. Unlnnr. Palaa In Cheit, oUier - affections iiftboThruiit Luna** Price 50 wnt?? bottle. Sold by DrnctrUt* and Deal rs. Partltt unaMt to induce thtirilealer to promptly ait it for thm wilt realee tico bolUet, Kxpret* cA aryei jxi/if, hy ttndino one doliur to I TUB C1UBLEH A. YOOIUB COJU'IXY, Sol#OWMIIM<l MMill! tiller*. IMlllHure. SirjUuJ.U.K. A. j gxjfiau U ?0. ~ | CARD TOTHE TRADE We take pleasure Id reminding the trade that we are manufacturer* oI LOGAN, LIST & CO.'8 Excelsior Baking; Powder, As advertised and gold by us for many^ears. Jt is carefully and iklllfnlly prepared in accordance with tbo Renulne formula, which has never passed irom our possession, legally or otherwise; and from Stricti.v Pi kk and Wholkwmk Mat*hiai.s It contains do AJ.dk, Live, or other injur!ouk Ingredients: and Is acknowledged as superior in all respect* to any Baking Powder in tbo market. Our Powder Is put nnlu 5 and 10 lb. bosea, and In dlmo, X, Y-x and 1 lb. cans. Be on your guard against Imitations. Bee that our address is on each box and label. Address all ordors to LOGAN & CO., Prop's and Manul'rs, successors to loo on, list A 00., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, aprJO Wheeling, W. Va. gzutitt*. QHARLE8 E. MAfiON, DE3STTIST,. COR. TWRUTH <fc MARKET BTREET8, Entrance 1206 Market Street. Office Hnnw-S to 1 ?. t to 5 y.y. tprt WHEELING DENTAL PLACE. EtfTABLISURD 1871. $7 Bout Gum Toetli. i||7 WARRANTO. Teeth extracted without pain by a new Anaea* tin tir. Local Application. (You are not put to deep.) Teeth filled very-reasonable. DR. a. B. CALDWELL, mrlfi Jawh Ht.. flftr. 'Chtrtv.flfth Hi TRAVELERS* GUIDE. A RRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF , XXTKAINH-Fxi-lan atioh Of turn* w abkx. Dully. t^undfty excepted. JHondty exceptod.? Wbceung Time:- _ Depftrt.Arrlrc 11. & 0.11. k.?east. Kipr***~ ~ 8:40 ? a 8:30 pm Kxpn*?- 6:30 p in *10:15 ft n I'uinbrrlAua Accom .... 8:15ftm 4:83pm Mftoningtim Aceom 4:10 pm ?40 a m MountUvillo Aooom li :15 am 1:30 pm Kxproa(Chicagoand Col) * 0:15 ft in *:20 ft m E*pre?(Cblc?gjftnd Col) 7:50 pm 7M0 ft m lexpnKS (unicago una i uij.... . *iu:<o |> iu ~ van p m Zanesviile Acrom S:4Upm 10:50am Zanesvillo Accorn .... 7:85 am 8:60pm W , P. * II. Dir. Washington aud Pittsburgh... 5:25 am til:03 a a Washington and l'ltUiburgb... 7:10am I ?:05pm Washington and Pittsburgh... :':20 pm ?1?:I5 pm Washington. 16:06 p m 8:10 a m P., c. &8t. L. ttj.?East. . Pittsburgh.....** | 6:20am t 0A5pm Pittsburgh aud New York..... f r.20 pm t 8:fo pm PiUbtugh and New York 14:10 p m tH Jtt a m ,WKKT. Fxpfcss Cin. and 8t Eouli.... f 9:80 ant 8:80 a m Express. Cln. and St. Louis....It 4: 0 p m f 8:65 pm Express, atcubenrillc d: Col... tl:20pmT SiTOpm Mixed x%v..~... 16:40 pm f 7:40 am 0. i P? it# B. Pittsburgh, ulese. A Chi........ 6:67am 8:88pm WeUsVllTe. Clove. A Chi ?:03 a m 3:18 a m Bits.. Now York A ChL.....?.. 11:07am 1:03 pm tUtburghand New York,;-.. 4:11 pm 4:48 pm East Llvorpool Aocom..'.....-..... 6:18 p m 8:20 a m C., L. * w. it. It ExprfiM,Cleveland,8, & W... 10:06amf 2:46pm MaaMlon Aceom.... 4:(6pm 9:60 am 8t.ClairsvllloAt com* ?... 9:22am S:26am St. ClairsvllloAcciim.............. 1 :.v? pni l'i:Apm SL Oairaville Accom........... fSfipm 4:60 pm Ohio JtlY.r KallroaU. P?i8 tmgcr....... ...0 8:85 am *ll:"0am Pa*songer. .... ............ 8:fl0pm * 8:35 pm Freight. 9:06 ? m 5:16 p m Dm a. ?v v. iwurnHii. Lcwro BelUlru at 12:30 r u lor Rummrfleld. Loave Be.lalre at 9:10 a. u. for Summerfleld and Zanwvllle. Leave Bollalra at 4:90 r. x. for Woodafleld. Arrive at fiellalre 6i& a. m , 11:00 a. x., and 4:0^ WHEELING & ELM GROVE ft. R, On and after MONDAY, May 4. 1885, tralna" op the W. A K. O. R. R. wlH leave aa followi;' Leave city at ~ iLeavo Wheeling l?ark at ft:;#) a. m. lSOOr.x. 6:10 a.m. 1:00 p.m. ana JW - r.uo " xw " 7:00 " SiOfl " 8:00 ? 1:00 " 8:00 44 4:00 ' 9:00 M AM " 9:00 44 5:00 44 10:00 ? fl.-oo " lu:no 8:10 11:10 44 6:10 11:00 " 7:00 - ** 7:00 44 12:0(1 44 8:00. 44 ,8:00 " 9:80 44 * 10K? .*' OK IONOAYR. I.c*re dtr tt 7 a. m. ami ran every boar until 9 'l>-!vc Wheeling Park at S *-*.and ran mtjr bour until 10 r, x. aillBOTII, uyt Superintendent, Rew Adocrtijcmtuts. OB KENT-TWO FURNISHED Koonu. *w)f?l 10Ml.b?pllimm?l mylft T7I0R SALE?A XB\V TWO-SEATED IsaaAffS "TTTANTED?PRACTIO A L BU&INES8 TI or Inaurance Man to manage oar Life and Accident Inaurance for Wheeling and vicinity. Address, ?.*U. MOUKB, 137 Broadway, N. Y., giving W and reference. mylO 170R SALE?KITTV C, THE FINEST Jj- Pony In theBtaU?, Paces under saddle: troll In harnew in about three mluuUa; feu Ue an ad ore; eten yean old; a wife# heaufr. Inquire at Plummets' Photograph Gallery, 313a Main itrcet, Wheeling. . ;. - . mylO JjlOR SALE. . Cottage at HotmdkTllla Camp Ground; haa tlx rooma, and partly furnished,at a bargain. llouae and Lot In Wellsburg, cheap, or. will txchange for Wheeling property. 0. 0. .SMITH. mylft . Kml Kstate'Agfnt, 1220 Main 8treet. yOR SAJ,E. * A $250 Organ for $80 Cash. AIri, one for $50, aud ouo Melodeon /or $15. Ore?t 2146 JlABKgr HT BCCT; JpOR SALE. House And Lot in Kirkwood, Ohio. Home, one story frame, oontalulng three rooms and kitchen. Two JHtory Frame House and two Lots. One story /runic House and two-Lota on Howard street. For porilouUis call on or addrow, K. J. HOWitLL, . Insurance and Kcal Estate Agent. my 10 , Bridgeport, 0. JglOYOLES NICKEL PLATED In Fint-clsiu Style. tn?W WRKFLfNO llfKOK CO. QOSPJCL MEETING For Young; Men At the Booms of the YOUNG MEN'S CHBIdTlAN ASSOCIATION, N'o. 1122 Market str?L thia evening at 7:80. All youpg men are earnctly invited to attend, my 16 QOEAN STEAMSHIP TICKETS. Flnt o'nw.Seconil clwaaiid Bteewjfo Tlckcta to or from mutn pjrw in Lurope, bybc*t8tfnm?bJp Line*, at H.. F. BKHRfcNS', m?10 9917 Market PtroeL J^UBKEE'S Sulad Dressing:. . Largest nixe, a* cents. tnylfl . ^ McHKQHEN'B. (^RANGES A.ND BANANAS. 100 Boxes Imperial California Onuses. CO Bunches Aspiuwall llaaanas. Just received by N. 8GHUIZ, my 18 1*10 Marktt ft treat, gSTKAY COW. ' 4 hereby give notice that about teu day- ago a Cow about four years old. red and wlilto, with short horns, camo uoon ray premises, which the owner can have oy calling and laying charge*. __ t. w. LirroN. iiiTifi* K6 1213 mirabeth 8L, l?*t Whtellng. JJOYAL 8E.VII-POilOELA.INK Teu and Dinuor Wai'e,- ; Fine English Goods, at moderate prices. KWING BROS., ray!6 Market 8t., opp. McLure House, j rjiQ WATER CONSUMERS. Whkku.no, W. Va , May 15,1886. A1 person* In arrears fur wnt-r rents previous to March 81.1VK?, are hereby notided that unless jmy I raent is made on or beforn the 1st day of June, js*5. I the water will be shut off and account* collected ''Vhu'uollCT will boatricU) rulorccd. Wotnut cooMiracr* will not force u* 10 mnyont thli (to ui) Ml,'np;r"" '""y- CITY WATKR BOARD. gTEAMBOAT FOR SAIX ( Four-tinllih lutorfst ol Ibe Steamboat Elafne and Barge will be offered for sale at public auction on TnUBSDlY, MAY 28,lKrt, at2 o'clock P M. at the front door of the Court Hume, lu the City of \\ hetl* lnjr.-W. Va. Boat and hargo are three year* old and in Rood condition. Ulmenil'jn of .fcleamboat: Length of hull, 185 fret: beam. 25 feet; cylinder, 12 dlamtcr, ntn?ke4'; feet: two at*el hollej* Barge, 120 feet lotif. 22 loot wide. 80 Inch mmwhalw. . For further particulars .apply to myltP W. II. HAULER, Au tloueer. TM A MAMTVC JL/inilA VAli/ KJ I an making quite a Specialty of the nbav pood* this season, aud havelu stock a choice selection of very Pino Btonew, constating of Finely Matchod Ear Rluku, Solitaire and Cluster flings; I .ace Pins and Htuas. Will make special low rates to any one wishing anything in this line.. Very respectfully, I. Gk JDTTj-LiOlSr, JEWELER, P. 8.?Each Dally Express adds New Goods to our Hock. . 1 apr27 ESTABLISH KI> IH7<>. F. FRIEDMAN, STOCK, GRAIN AND PETROLEUM BROKER, 60 fiiioAii Sr., Nkw York. Offers the beat facilities for dealing in all stocks in lots of from 8 to 1,C00 shares, and in Pstbomom from 500 to 100.000 barrels: also in Grain from 500 to 100,003 hushes which in inch case is equal to fi or 1.000 shores stock, on margin ol one percent, with privilege to unlimited romargin. TROJ'nS QSLWtTWl. NO INTEREST CHARGED FOR CARRYING trw\tt>ira Abvvvnio. . Correspondence eoliclUd from all parti of the country. A department I? devoted ipco'ally to urdan outof town bywblch thuy receive prompt attention. Settlements made ?oon t? traduction* eloeed. Dal'y accounts rendered If deilred. Order* by mall or telegraph. mynvrrbmw .FJWUSTEB'S SALE. liy Tlrtue of a Deed of Tru?t made by Homm j. Miller to meatTrtutee, dated November 19. 1M3, recorded In the office of the Clerk of tbe County CoBrtof Ohio county, Watt Vlnjlula. In Deed of Triikt Rook No. 1C, page 287, 1 will roll at the front rinnp n( Oin Pnlirt HnlUO of Mild i-rtlintv. Ml 'SATURDAY, THK'Jfch DAT OF JUNK, 1?85, commencing at 10 o'clock x. the following property: The north twenty-tight fe?rt of Lot No. 1.1 in (teorfe ZMIa' addition to the City of WheelIn^Alm, the tooth two feet of Lot Mo. 1A In aalJ Tau till.' U believed to be perfect, but I will convey only the tit e vested In me by laid deed of trust Tkamsov Sal*?One-third and lis much mora ai the purabaaer electa to par iu cub, the balanoe in two equal instalment* at tlx and twelvemonths; note* bearing lu'crest from the dsy of sale to be given for the deferred payment*, and secured by deed of trust and policy of insuranoe on the property. W J. W. OOWDKN, Trustee. u- ir tl. >. * IiiaI niMMi .... I.-. J^IST OF LETTERS Remaining In the Poetofllw At Wheeling, Ohio oountjr, W. va.. Saturday, Mijr 16, 1884. To obtain any of tho following the applicant uuut aak tor adrertUed letter*, firing dato of llat: LADIES' LIST. Btwman. M'w Rebecca Maxwell, Mr? Lou'no Craig, Ml*? Sarah K. Mitchell. Ml* Haggle Ibnb, Etui olNTtwES,rt U8T Arnold. Wm. SliiVlueh. William Barr.J. 0. Wllllnw WlHtun Bulmcr, llcnrr Minimis, W. II. . Budworth Harry, 2 PhliUbaum, JamwN. fade, Peter Rich B-nJatnine Garriao", \\ 111 \\ 3 Ru anjder, Kran K. HaTlsrn. J.H Kloddiud. liar v. Hlbbard w. 11. Waro, J*mt? W. Homer, Chubs Wo?t Jolm P. Hutwn, J?eob Wilson, Joiridi K'nluht. J. If Witter. Jure Lesob, Oliver V. Woods, J no, F. MoKratior, Junes m>i?. n. giaamo, p. a. ioULlI J.LUAL, PARIS, 1878. BAKER'S . Bieaifast Gkal fr Warranted uhtolutrly jmi* Cntoii, from vKtcli the cxeeia of j - OUbMbecorrtnovctl. UhiMlMrti s tlmft th? itrtnolh of Cocoa ntlxed w*:. Blurth, Arrowroot or 8np^t una ' tliorvfon* fannoru econoraU cal, mating Irii than out eoit a cup. It is delicious, oourtililnf, , itnttfthenlny, wily 4JLy. ?tctl, and admirably adapted for Invalids ? ; well ai for persons in health. Hold by Gro?*rn cvcrywliere. T. BAKER & CO., DorBr, Mass. ; gvoriawatton. To the Qualified Voters of the City of Wheeling. ordinance in words anl tlgures M follows, that 1s to say: an ORDINANCE, to provide for the ltrao snd sale of bonds of the City of Wheeling, to be known m Bonds of 1?B, tod for the redemption and payment thereof, and providlotf lor the paymeut into the City Treasury of oeruln amount! from the revenue* or tbo qm too water worn. Betf, orialned by the Cound\ of the City of Wheel* Bxc'riON 1 For tbo purpose ot providing menus for pitying outstanding city orders and other float* I lug indebtedness of the City of' Wheeling, with scorned interest thereon, and such of the bondi is* sued under the loan ordinances adooted on June IV, 1mi, as are not yet paid or provided for hyiunds in the bauds of the commissioners appointed by or underpaid ordinance, the Mi)or and Clerk of tbo I City of Wbeeliog are hereby authorised and In* itructed U make, and on tne first day of July. A. I). l&tf, or as soon thereafter as practicable, deliver i to the commissioners hereinafter named and apSlnicd. the bonds of the City of Wheeling, dated e Ant day of July, A. D. lfc85. for an amount a<* I m-gitlng tnroe hundred thousand dollars; which bonds, suall be of the foUoaiug denominations: 1 oue hundred of Mid bond* to be of tLc rtenominatlon of five hundred dol!ara each, two hundred and forty-nine of said bouds to be ol the denomination of one thouiand dollars each, and ten of said bonds to be ol the denomination ol one hundred dollars each, Bald bonds ?liall bo numbered from "1" to "8W," inclusive. The said bonds shall be payablo on or beiore the first fist) day of July, A. i>. 191D. at tbo Bank of the Ohio valley, with inter* est at the rate of five (5) per cent per annum, nayable annually on the ilm day of July, l?ft6, and on the fl it day of July Incarh year thereafter until and including the year lOiu, at the said Htukof the Ohio Volley, for wnich Interest coupons in pronor form shall beattached to each bond, with the signature of tha Clerk of the City eu^ntved thereon. The said bouds shall be signed by iho Maior, ccnntcr signed by the Clerk, and tcalcd with the seal of the city. Neither the said bonds nor the coupons thereto attached shall be subject to taxation under authority of the City ol Wheeling. Bic. '2. Be it further ordaiued, lbat Alfred Cald well, F. P. Jepsou and N. Wilkinson, be and they arehcrubrappolutudcommiiklone'S and empowered and iiutruciod to sell tho said bouds at not |u?i than their p*r vniue ana m iuc pnr Tided by cbap'er 14) of tbo Actv of 187*2 a oI tbo 1 XWAtt be Ittuod only for j ^Fim?city orders and other i lloutiig indebtedness of iho city, with interest thereon, to tho amount of two hundred and twenty-four thousand doltan. J tieootid?J'ayiug and redeemJuj,' the unpaid bond* of the loan of June 13th, 1871, amouutlotf to seventyslxthousanddolla'fc . ? . . . J The ?ald commlwioner* shall devote out of the proceeds rising f oo the sale of s?ld bon?U an amount not exceeding said ?um of two huudred ' ana tweuty-four thou-and dollars to the t-aymcui of ouUtaodlng order* and other outsUudlng tloat- . Itiir Indcbtcdnem of the city, and iutere t therniu, which money so devoted to tbo payment of the gald order* and other outstanding floeiluK indebtednesM shall be paid bv said commlwlonorajo such ponton or penous n* the council of tald city iball from time to tlmodirect . If the holders of any of thebottfa taued unfler Mid ordinance of June 13, 1871, shall, it the sale of bonds iwuod under thla ordinance as authorisM by kcctioii 9 of chapter 141 of the Acts of 1872-?, have oirered to ray for bonds of this issue in bonds' issuid under sold ordinance oi lim, thesa'd commlssloneis may in their discretion, upon considering the terms of such oiler, exchange the new for the old bonds, exchanging boud for bond, so that not not more than pur Khali bo allowed for the old bondf. For the redemptiou of such of the boads issued under said ordinance of JN71as shall not be exchanged. and can nut' bu purchased at their par val e, the sa'd comml -aiouera shall holdasufflclent quantity of the bonds Issued under tills ordinance, until by the terms of said ordinance of 1871, a'dedniie amount shall bo required #s a sinking fund for tald loan oi 1871. and they shall then sell u sudlclent number of tho bonds to prodnco the amount required for snch sinking fund and pav ?he s*me to the commissioners of said loan of 1871 as the circumstance* may require. ifby reoton of a nnrt of the bonds issued undorgald ordiuauce of 1871 having been surrendoroJ, a reduced amount or money should he ucrded to satisfy thedemauds J of the annual sinking fund required by said ordinance, the said commissioners shall sell only so many of tho bonds issued under thli ordinance and reserved fur the purpose as may be uew? a?y to pay a vropor proportion of the (aid former Issue of bonds. Sue. 4 There shall he annually levied by th-> Council oi the citr of Wheeling, at tho same time that the annual levy of the city taxes for other purposes is made, until all the bonds Issued under the i provisions of this ordiuaneeare paid, a direct tax ' upon all tho real estate anil im.tnhmI propertyjissc>r?od by said city for taxation, which direct tax i shall be lev.cd as a separate tax and In addition to nu UUIIK lunv ui?/ ww " ' , the o ty. and which vlutll bosuflloleuttoprodueoln each year uutll aud including the year 1010 a tun sufficient to ray the Juterwt annually accruing upon tho said bonds: and which levy >hall, after the year lMil. uutll thaxaid bonds *h ?ll he fully redeemed and mUitlet) U) ufflcJoui to pty annually the interest on inch of mMiboiiJiw shall be unredeemed, and in addition thereto to redeem In each year thereafter tho ooo-tweuty-flfth of the bond# Im>ucd hereunder and net pild before tho flrvtday of July, 1895. The lialdtox shall bo collected lu Mich manner an is or may be proYidoJ by lay and tho ordinances of t-e city for tho collection of other taxes on real estaw aud ,l>o?onal property, The oolleetor of the olty shall pur Into the treasury on cuch jecond Friday the touil amount of the taxes levied aud sisrssod in pursuance of tlu: requirement! of thin ordinauco which shall have the-etofore been collected by him. The said tax shall bo by the collector whi'e in his potktwlon, and by the city depo.liory. lnto which tbo same Is paid, kept(;nd accouuVd fot), separate from a'l other moneys:o( tho city. Skcj. 8. Tho receiver of the ol'y shall, on or be- 1 foro the fifteenth day of Jun*. A. 1)., 1M, aud .on or before the fift-rmth day of June in earh and every yoar thereafter uttUi the bonds issued hFreunder are fully mid, i?y to tho said eommMon- in all tho rapueys which shall hnvo heiotofore . been paid into tho treisury ou wcount of the dl- 1 Voct tax levied in pu?suanco of the roiulremeuta of this ordinance. \Vhllo said' funds rffiialn in J tho treasury it shall ho the duty of OjudvII to keep (he samo deposited In ?ome bauk or lianlu In tho titty of Wheeling ut too best rap 011mores* inoy can obtain, which Interest shall ho accounted for and paid over iuto the treasury ujton maklngjmyraent to the commissioners of the principal of tlie fund dorived from said tax. The .receipt* of mid comnilsslouors for the said moneys shall bo tiled by the Mcelvor with the clerk of the city and a hall be preserved by him. Sec. 0. Thosald commliotEnncra. out of the moneys received by them under this ordinance, shall pay the coupons Issued with sal 1 bonds a* they become due, On tho first day of July, A, 1), W?6, and oh the first day of July lu oich year thorealter until tho boirfslaiucd hereunder are fullr paid,they shall pay the intorest coupon* coming due; and on the line day of Jnly. A.ii., 189ft. and on tlHflmt day of July In each year thereafter uutll the bauds issued here* under are fully paid, they shall apply the monoy ' coming luto their hands for the purpose,to the payment of the outstanding bonds iwued hereunder at a rate not greater than their par valuo. Tho bonds to be redeomed shall be determined by lot by the com* mlssiouero annually between the tlrstand twelfth day of Juno la tho yew l?j, and between thoftnt au'l twelfth day of June in each year thereafter, .until tho bonds issued hereunder are fully i>ald, and wild eoramiwione a shall thereupon imme* ?''? hnlium li# all UWH'II Blio IIU'UT IU MIB MW1WW ?"??" ?? """ vcrtlsement published dully. 8uuday excepted, lor two wcdu In the daily newspaper printed In J the city of Wbeclibg, stating tho number of tbo bonds to be redeemed and that tho same will be redeemed atsald Bank of the Ohio Valley on tuid after the llwt ilay of Julr noxt sucofedlng. and will cease to bear Interest from said day, and said bondi shall coase to* bear lntvrent from iho first day of the next month after the completion of such publication. It I* provided, however, that If the holders of all Iho, bonds so drawn by lot shall be known to the said cemmlsslonera, the said commissioner* may live actual noUce In writing to such bolder* within ten days after cuch draw- _ In*, which notice shall be the same as that herein . otherwise required to bo published, and mu Ii actual notice shall have tho ?ainfr effect a? If It hud r. been pnblUlied In the manner hereinbefore set R forth. It shall be stated on the faro of raid bonds that tboy are, any of them, liable to redemption at P their par value on uud at any time after the first m dty rl July, A. n. 1S95. The city of Wheeling S hereby pledges and obligates Itie ! to pay; each ? yefcr after the year Ih'JI and until s .id bond* are fully paid the onMwentr-flfth of all of Mid bond* not psld before tho first day of July, 189V ', , SK?: 7. It shall be the duty of tbe Mild commlsslor.ers to canccl as thoy are redeemed the bonds J and coupons paid by them, and they sbu I, once In every year, and oltener If required by the Council, delfvui' to the clcrk of the city all redeemed b! and canceled bonds and coupons In tholrli nds, and the clcrk shall preserve the same lu a book to be providod for that purpwe. Sec. 8. ltuhall bo tno ilmy of tho coinmlsKlouers . tokoupatrae account ??f their Teeelpti ami dU- -i buraements and rojporttho same to Conndl an- \ mially in the month Of April, aud at su*h other timet tw thti CouueU shall order., exc. 9. Tbo Council of said city may, for cause, romovcanyouO or mow of the commissioners or their tuooMor'. aud the oomml?lpneni or Ibelr successonmay resign by siring notico In writing U? the Mayor ??r Clerk of the city. Anyt racaney shall be filled by the Connell In joint sosdon. Bite. iu. No person (ball act as a Commissioner under this ordinance until' he shaM hare giren u bond, with security to bo approved by the Council. ? Iu the penalty of ten thousand dollars, which Wind ~ shall be. payable to Ibe city of Wheeling, and 1 shall be conditioned to the following effect. Tin. ifiMillilmi nf tlia above obllntimi it euch that, wheren* the abovo bound. A. l?. hu hecu duly appointed * oommK doner under in ordlnnnco tff the city of Wheeling, eutltled lAn ordinance to provide for tho tauoand nie of bonds of the City of Wheeling, to be known a* toomli of 1885, and for the re lump- Uon and luinent hereof, and lirovldlug for the rl payment Inio the city trwumry of certain araounta from tho rcvenuw of the Cia? ?ndWater\Vprkj,' and luu accepted the ?aid appointment; now, ' therefore, If nld A, B- during lib continuance a? audi uomoihalonor, ?h?ll In all things faithfully and diligently dUrhane hif dutica as inch comujifc-Iam-r, and shall well and tntly account for and pay oyer to snch uersoa or penouv* niay be entitled to receive the sane, all mofcep whleh shall _ come into bis bands or under Ills control jm such ? commissioner, then ihalitbe forowlncr obligation be void, otherwise to teraain In fall force and virtue" ' ; u?. M I, .k.11 UihuJHl* OBU M. IIHIIWI ,w w? IUVIWIUU1IWUU- r cr? to cnforcu en h uitd evory pror alcm of thU J, ordinance (lu relation to their (lotto) according to II* true Inteot and meaning, and anjr failure of any r, one ol the fomrolnlonen to comply with or per* 1: ^r?au^ut^prc^lKrf|hy^U ordlwwoe^MuUl ai^o^f ufTbomli ^?K*U Uv?ht5l? for at loam four week* to thu dally n?w?papr? publUhod in Uie diy cf Wtoeljntf,'riving the tfmu when wd place, where In, mnid city tb?y will receive btdi f In writing fur?aifl bowk Should the blda e*oeed the amount of bond! to be trued, the bonds thall k be jppoftjanedb?the conunlaioneraamou* thuao eu See. &. Tfae oommUonora ahall receira, ai com- ?" Kaation for thetrjwrrltea, three-elfbUw of one per* t pn tho amount dUbuncd by them under mi i irdlnanceIn theredemption of bonds l*uatlhert: mdtr and the pajrment of 1 otemton sun. bonda. i aSp# mojc? j uxor JanSe^S5m^of Kte^Seiwjbd not on noney received from the ?ale.of aueh bondsor the unount of any bnnd? received iu exchange for the jondi iaaued under thli ordinance. - ' . fixe. 14. Inasmuch is It Is not permitted or tue touiUtutloa ?nd*Uws of the Stale to provide tor he redemption of the bonds to tie Issued under his ordiuauce otbe rwiae than by the levy of direct inuual taxf*, ahd It Is lutendedln the adoption of hla loan ordiuauce not to cause any lncrtaae It* the Hreet taxation: therefore, to provide as tor as po^ leesnry from the reveoues of the Gltr Water Works LUd tiaa woiks in equal piru, on or ueiorv my uni lay of July, MM, ud oo or be/or* the first.dav of lufy In each year thereafter until the year 1895, an unount equal totbo annual Interest In each of tuob yearn filling due upon tlie unredeemed bond* jmueu hereunder, and on or before the first day rf l uly In tho year 1805. and on or before the first day if July in each year thereafter, until and including he year 1919, a sum equal to the one twenty-fifth if tnoprindpalof all bonds I* tied hereunder not jald before the first day of July, 1895, and a further unouut equal to the Interest fall'ng due each year ipon such if said bond* as are uuredeeord, which lums so paid out of the revenues of the Water iVorks andOas works shall be applied toward the i?yment of the current expenses of the city, and he Cliy Water hoard aud the trustees of the Gas IVorks ??f the city of Wheeling are hereby required ;o make such payments. Hkc. 16. hbould the date of any of the payments neiitloned in thl> ordinance fall upon buuday, luch paymenla shall be made upon the Saturday iext preceding. 8ec. 16. This ordinance shall take effect from ind after lta. raUUcaUou by the qualified voters of Lhaclts of Wheeling, at an election to beheld on the 28th day of May, 1M5. v Amd Whkka*. It Is provided bv the third seclinn nf itti not n( tho !.??Nltttlirt' of WhI Vint IIla. . milled "An act autbo 1*1 ng municipal corporation* to iwuu ponds, (approved December % 1873.1 that when the Council of any cltyihall d*m It txpedient to Iksuo any bond* of tuck city, that an jraluapco specifying the purpon and amount for whiob Ml(l bond* a re to be iuued. aball be adopted liVMUch Couiull in rctultr meeting, and tbat it hall then be the duty of the Mayor to Imua a proclamation reciting said ordlnanoe and appoint* lug Hie day at which an election shall lw livid by thequalified voter*uf such city, todecidc whether they will ratify or KJtct aucn ordinance. These ire, therefore, to notify you. the qualified votewof theclty of Whecllug. that an electiou will belieid da Thursday, i lie 3th day of May. 1885, at the ijumo i>laci* ut which the charter electiou* iu said city ire held, and under the auperintendenco of such person* aa the Mayor shall hereafter appoint for the purpose of deciding whether you will ratify or reject #ald ordinance. ' All petMina voting for tho ratification of the urdinanio fcorciii ?ct forth aball bavo written or printed ou hi* ballot the word* "For IUtIfl?,tlon." md thotc voting agalunt ratification aball have written or printed ou hi* ballot tho words "tor Helection." Tfic ttirgifgnte amonnt of Indebtednc* of the ity of Wheeling umicu and aulhorlxcd i?y Uiewuu fa fU >?. mrU j MX)n W. OkObb. Mayor. g?H (ScoiU. QATJZB UNDERWEAR! J. S RHUUE5 & UU. Ladies' Gauze'Vests, long and short sleeves, at 25c each. Gentlemen's Gauze Shirts at 25c each. All the sizes in Children's Gauze Shirts, long and short sleeves. - Lace Curtains, Parasols and Jerseys, In all the qualities. I. S. RHODES & CO. myH gottscfttmUhtafl <6ooAf. B; F. Caldwell 1500, 1502 MARKET bT., WHEELING, W. VA. Near Posroiwcie. Parlor and HetMloom PU11IVITURE ! Dining-Room & Kitchen Outfits. WOOD, SLATE AND IBON MANTELS! Furniture Repaired. ,nyl, J" EW'ETT'S UEEitlG ERA TOES, oth doable tod tluitlo <1 jor. and with or wlilioot orcelilne lined water tank, we the beat made, iid tako the lent quantity of In of any made, ill and see thorn, at N18BITT * BBO.'S, myU 1112 Market Ptroet. gGG BEATERS. Rave you icen the Blue Grm Fgf Beater or Syla* I ub Churn? 11 njt, call and examine. GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS, py-wJf 1210 Main Street ^yRINGERS, Clothe* Ban, Ironln? Boards, Itollahinf Iron*. , Tho best of goOdi at low prices, at C. K. 8TIVKL A SONS, myH 1021 Main Street. China, <SUt? attd (fyutmsvtoxt. W ALL PAPER ' llordMW, Celling Decoration* . Anil Wlnilmv Slliuli'M. J tut received, aa entire newi'ock la great t?? ety, and of the UUm dcsl|iv, offered at the LOWEST PRICEB. OTltu paction rwpocUully tnrlted. .TOUTS' FBIEDGL, unit 1IW MAIN 8TRWCT. ?oufeclione*B. <TEW ICE CREAM~PARLOB8 AT .1 No. I?? Main itrrct?Urant Botue. MM. ZIKGKNFfLDKR beta leave to lofonn Ike ibllc that abe bai o?o?d tbraoeh atoraaa above, htm werrtblng In her line e?o hp bad tbe tame : at ber e>iabUabnent, No to Twelllb itreet TCB CREAM at Ike lovreat prlcn, both whole. le and ratall art ? Jjj-IGHT WORK. J I an oo* prepared to do all klidaol ulfbt work, ah u Cleaiilug Vaulta, ele CLargea reaaooable. dl oo or addicta bjr poa'il card, uwaqt mpmkohbm, nys *9,jj*ciia?leei3W. GEO. 4 ova & CO. ? ' ' "" "J" "* ' \ We shall open this morning a new purchase of LACE . CurtainS I Including some entirely nev effects, never shown, here. 25 PIECES FANCY Lace Striped Scrim From 10 cts. per yard up. ANOTHER CHOICE LOT OF Med Batistes & Sate PARASOLS In all the New Designs. GEO. E. STIFEL&CQ, 1114 ?IA1N ST. , Market St. Entrance througl Geo. L. Durst's Confectionery my'2 g. (C. ittotfat St Co. T. C. MOFFAT & CO. 27 Twelfth St HAVE NOW IN STORE A Full Assortment ?OF? ALL THE LATEST STYLES -OF SKK11NU Overcoatings! SUITiNGS ' i * AND TROUSERINGS! I*rioe? Iiow. r. C. MOFFAT & CO. THE GENUINE msmmrn Jf stHcgjr Pure and Sellable, K. II. LIST, 1010 Main Htreet, 8o1a Manufacturer and Proprietor. Wlitxrtc <wt tor a wwthlwa lmlUUon, aprtS JUtum nttd &vt gHatteial*. QRAUGHT8MEN TAKE NOTIQG. Tradni Lints, \S batman PapML Blub Proeeaa Paper, " BSiMWrt. SnutMSaU*. rriRVSTKE'S SALE. ~~~-? BBBBMBSBbsI l Eofttrj^lor&Lil^.i,C?SA2' M.uia wtaob Mldlwd ^,"K toe]pwki oBw of Ohio coimly, Suto?3w? YirrinU, lu Dead of Tnm Book So. no. loliS W Kin F"?*J to Mil m tho tout door oi S, (fii BOUM01 OhioOOOOtjr, iUU01 W? VIlfBUlIm IATUKDAY. KAY 11 iw &tB.???ra%8?J!&!!& SiM??<s? mi r Uraoibiteoenlnoluid lot from tbi 85K hereby con?cre<l"iro?u UlnSc o'l'SffK oo Twenlr-wcond limit ul the ?ljtb ?r Sf H on theliirtiihriwof Koff .irvot. i? uidiM Wheeling, ud belpj the ?at h>ll ol uid lot I? ! SSSJFJXlSXffifH iPWrV' *1"1 "* ?5 asr . mmzsst^jg^ III monthi, ?ud tb<i reitdw lhn?.l ?im JZJJ Id twelMi inunthi, the MiKhawr (ItIui bu ??! !,Ub. WASH'S."^ < '?">? WTOiu 58 legil title will bereuln.d u lurtber Hnurtt, ' I _*P?10 _ QlBaON L liKASHEIt.TW.rpliUSTEE'S SALE. ,? S s& ?j? Court Hou*c ol uUd couatjr, oo 'U| SATURDAY, THK 30Ui DAY OP MAY, ISO, commencing ?t 10 o'clock a. the following property, that la to ?ay: Lot number one la tquiri number lony-four. In the Kighth Wiutl ol th?utr i* at Wheeling, Ohio county, VNcst Virginia. _ * Tbe IKleTi bellered to I* perfect, bat *Ult* u I tnutee 1 will convey only the title voted la mt u 1 aid deed of tnut Tkb.vi or 8alk?One third and u muck more u I the purcbuer may elect to pa;, in cub, on day u ale, tbe balance In two equal lnitalltnenta at iti I and twelve month*. notes secured by deed of m* and policy of iwmrance to bo given for the & forod ptymcou. ^ ^ W. H. HalUR, Auctioneer. W. J. W Cowdkm, Bollcltar. . ?wK go* Sale. Q.KEAT BARGAINS TO CLOSK OUT. uutrale*, Phaetons, Jump Seat Canlnsri, tod 8prio* WagOW. J.W. KKHHhL, xnylt Cor. Main and Twenty UtM 8ti. T70R sale. Jj A Farm in Ohio county, W. Va.. five tolletS. W. of Wot Alexander and the name from Konty'i I l'olnt, on the B.&0. K. It., containing 74 ami; JllUlMO UJU u?u> * ??< UlUW UUUIUUO, all tiearly new; excellent land. Good pike to Wbeo.iug, where all produce can be marketed. Term* reasonable. Call on tbe aut?cril?r uu Un promises or addreas him at Dallas, W. Va. lw* ion given Immediately. apraiTlua A. 0. KAfil.EBON'. JpOR SALE. fctt acre* of land on tho Ohio hiver Ballroad, 7 mile* from Wheeling; about3.1 ictn Uttoia and renidue upland. Bich limestone nil, and nndw laid with ooaL Will divide aoa* to make two farms. W. V. HOtiK A HKo.. prtft 1300 MarkuKtwt. QLARIONET FOIt SALE. I hare a good Ebony Clarionet, used bat t short time, which I will aell chtajt. | apt!4 F. W. BAimgR . gTOCKfl FOR SALE. I 'JO 8harca Washington Uall Anocialioo. I 10 Khan* Franklin Insurance ?w. 10 Shares Wellabur* tias Co. 20 Shares Ohio Valley Bank. , 1.1 Shares Belmont Mall Mill. I S IJlULfW TOP Mill. 25 Bharuc Fire & Marine Insurance fn. , my!5 LIKW1N, Agent, N?. lit Twelfth Rt : JiORSALE. The Fine Residence now occupied by Dr. I?ir? I deity, corner Twelfth and Koff Mrevu. Abo, lU dwelling adjoining aod numbered 11M Koff itntc Alio, the tenement home at No. XX) Market iintt. J AS. L. HAWLKY. mry? ? 1420 Main Mrnt F088ALE. V&latblo Real Enute on N. K. corner Twcoiy. fourth and Market?tree to, in the City of Whtdbi W. Va. Lot 122 feet by AO Icet; now occupied kjl . J. niKrlti u a wagon and blacksmith shop. W.V.MOGKABRO, aprt 1800 Market Rtmt ' jpok sale?country seat, Ten teres of choice high bottom land. Hz bM below Wheeling, on Ohio Klvir and 1UI). U Improved by a substantial brick house, 11 ronat kitchen'ana outbuilding* iltuated In a iron ? maple, sugar and poplar tree* Alio, a food Mto tlon of fruit trees. Apply to W. V. HOUE A BRO.. 1900 MltketL Or B. W. MORROW, on the premises. nil poll BALE OH EXCHANGE. Four small placet at Kim Grove. Two large Bouses with two acres csch. Enquire of H. FORBES, No. 7 Custom Home. Telephone A-1X. s|*fl House and lot for .salk-i bava for sale a Two Story Frame Jlouieaad large lot. situated In the village of Cotton lots, . welxel rpuwy, w. va., on mie 01 u. ? u. a. m hHlfmIIefr. nl Burton Station. TJie*tmotiniIei j couotry Is fertile, am! populated by pruawmu ' farmer*, and the location 1m excellent fnra tfl?l- I smith or lUrueiM Maker Mrrbaiili* (-onteupliiing loauiug In thecountrjrwilltlnil thi?irareut>jurtunily. The prnjierty uoit Il/IK l will *eltlt for I7C0, in ortfer to clow up nn oute. A<ldre?, H. I'. McCUUOuUJI. inylg P. 0, Box 681 Htubtinsli,\% POR SALE, AT M0UND6V1ILK CAMP GROW IA One New Cottage near the Hovel, containloi Rooms. 1760. OneNew Cottage fronting the Park, conlainlrj * Roomif,$85Q. One Cottage adjoining Prvarher'i Hund, 1111 The Cottage former!/ occupied by tnywlf, at 1m tliau coMt. containing 7 small furnkntri room*, $20* Prices of the three flnt are actual coat. Kor lurther information inquire of Cliarlw F. Bodlty, at wmkoq works, or of Wo. Game* on camp irumid*. Thia couvenieut and delightful aumnier nfurt emhraoM cheap liviur, fresh air, iiilendld water and the very best society. Withiu ihort di>au<? of Wheeling; / arrlfi . J. W. B'Utl.XT. glatbtc ?aov)n. lEiTAM.lMIEl> l>i?l CARROLL Jb 131tO., Granite and Marble Workers, ? - ? .? ? . ,| at Nos. 6, 0 & IU SUM oli (Near Htone Bridge,) WHEBUKO, W, y.l?, Have on hand a nne aaaortinent ol Uranile and Marble .Moimrjfnlii And the Uteat Style* of Eaatern W'jrk, which wIU hw ?Wrt at >l>rll? ff??l viSrtf# AC. iU?ayMH?>r ?? JgUGGIES A NIJ CA KJU AGK.N. DONALDSON, LEWI# & CO., MANUFACTORY OF Buggies, Carriages & Delivery lV2|dfl5 All work guaranteed. No*. J600 to 1500 JTARKEV STRF.KT. An inapcctlon of our work aud print If wllrltd at the hand* of the trade, UK'AIRING NKATuY AND PROMPTLY DO.VI mr?n ^durational. UHllfEBSITV OFVIflSfSU. BUMMKB LAW LKCT1JKKS (nfr> ?#*'/' begin 9th July. 1*M. and end Vtb t*p'c -jtff.H"* proved of algnal uw,?lit, to undent* v)w J.? to punrae thHr atudlea at thia or other Uw 2d, to thoao who propoae to read wiratdy: a?i *} to praetltlouen who have no; had the adri'Wf I of ajrcusmaile ioatruction. Kor circular ?p|J>; ?' <1- rfnlramlt* of Va.1 taJotlN B. Ml.HO*. IW nil*Put Snuttifl jRXadiincs. TT STANDS AT THE HKAU! The Light Running Domastfc Ita 0OJ00 will remain at .pra