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(fenqio* baa above trada mart aadrmaMdrtdttMf
Latxmm' Iiakd Boos?earn] and auractn*. woUudaclM
of prumjar radpaa, information about
coin* 1-l.r, irl**n away bjrall daalara in medidM,or
*W?1U-11/> ?py ad-rci? on raortpt of >? ?i?nip.
<lt?. gjg.gnaoMga. ?SNOOK
& CO.
Have opened to-day an
. |
entirely new ana original
Of which we are the Sole
Agents in this city. We
have them with Lace
Covers, Trimmed with
Lace and Coaching
Styles. Also, a complete
assortment of the
Pannnv Ton 1
\yiA.I I Wj-rj * T"' "
and other leading styles
of Parasols, all marked
at the lowest prices.
lllO Main St.
SLta SnMihjtmx.
OltHt?s Nun. Sin aud '4? Fuurteonth street.
Now Advertisement*.
Lost?Ba?n boo KinhTo'e. . '
Warned?Good Pieaaer iu Granite.
Prow i'oic to Pole?Third pa<e.
Womnn'a Union lteiievoient Socie'y.
Tliu Keu-diiKum, earatotfa oprlupt.
For Cinrinnatl?KteAflicr Andet.
LouiiUana State Lottery ''ompmiy.
The Beaton Normal Aluaieal institute.
unaieuer* ?nen-iinru
Tbe June Century.
Truitce'aSiile-NVlUUim LIuch.
Special Sale of White Woods?E. M. McGiUln &
Co.?Kint jiago.
ViE hare just received a new stock ol
Gold Spectacles.
J.VCOH VV. (iKCBB,the Jeweler,
Cor. Twelfth and Market Sts.
A large assortment ol Spring and Suramer
Stork, consisting or the latest varieties
In Ctatlngs, Sultlligs, I'antoloouingl
and Overcoatings, which we will luakt
up In the latest and best style* and al
lowest possible prices.
Also a full line of UenU' Furnishing
Thermometer Record.
The following shows the range of the
thormoineter as observed at Schnepft
drag store, 1218 Market street, Saturday:
7 a. m., 07?; 12 m., 80?; 3 p. v., 80?: 7 p. v.,
76?. Sunday: 7 a.m.,60?; 12 m., 74?; 3 p
M., 70?; 7 P. M., 74?.
Washington. June 1.?1 a. m.?Foi
Tennessee ana the Ohio Valley, fail
weather, westerly winds, becoming variable,
slight rise in temperature.
For the Lower Lake region, slight!)
warmer and fair weather, westerly winds
becoming variable, higher barometer.
Btlll Gutting in Their Work Succeiafulij
About Town.
Saturday evening at ffclbert'a Garden
some portion relieved ex Policeman Brooki
of tlio watch, chain and charm presentee
to him when he waa on the force by thi
resident* of the Third ward. Irooki
thinks he knows the guilty party, ant
says be will have arrests made tliia even*
inn if the property is not brought back.
A horse and buggy belonging to Johr
Dumas, proprietor of the Grant Houu
livery stables, was stolen from Selbert'i
Garden Saturday evening. Search wai
made for it in vain all day yesterday, bui
last nifcht at a late hour two men returnee
the rig to the stable, explaining that the)
had taken the horse by mistake.
Thieves entered Fred Over's house, ii
the Eighth ward, Friday night, and car
Tied off a fine drees. Mrs. Over discovered
them In time to prevont further depreda
The residence ot William McElroy, It
the Eighth ward.wos entered by burglan
boot 2 o'clock Saturday morning and a
silver watch valued at &0, live dollars it
money and other articles were secured
The presence of the thieves" was detcctei
by a lady in a neighboring house, and shi
frVhtencd tbem ofT, bnt not until the;
had gotten in their worlc. McElroy often
"a liueral reward and noquestions asked.'
For some weeks tho "dirty dosen," o;
East Wheeling, have been In the habit o!
stealing articles of value cnt of markel
wagons coming into the city. Saturdaj
morning they stole a number of pots ol
uowcrs, DUl VUP ww?t II.UIH
watchman recognised several of the bora,
and recovered * few of tbe flowers. The
police were given the names of the boy|
Circuit Court Adjovras*
Both aide* of the Circuit Court adlonrned
Saturday to conrt in cowie. The
judge* so to Welisburg and Moundiville,
respectively, to-day, to open court
In Judge Jacob's court, Ed. Webster,
colored, accused ot ktesting a watch (rem
Kick Sdireiber, was found not guilty.
A motion for anew trial In theLunslord
will esse was overruled by Judge
Jacob. Among other reasons advanced
in'sapwrt oUtHtt'^ilptlJ? was an item in
lint. Monday's temiinoii forecasting
the jury's verdict. UoL Arnett sworo
that tbe briuunwcitt "is'a dally paper
published in Wheeling. andt haying a
large circulation in and through said city,
- -
ItkflM of Minor UamMt la Hd About U>?
Ynrtuxr vu Trinity Sunday.
Board of County Commissioners to-day.
Tn? Ohio. Valley Trades and Labor Assembly
met at Benwood yesterday afternoon.
Mat. Ci.iv. Moore la lying serionaly ill
at the residence of her husband on Market
street '
Aditionkkk Hai.i.lk on Saturday sold
the Black property, on Twenty-second
atreet, to 0. Hem, for $2,600.,
Word waa received here yeaterday of
the doath at Oleveland of Henry Weisgerber,
a former resident of this city.
Tnt Elysian polo cliib, of Bellaire, beat
the Cbapline atreet club of thin city ?t the
Niagara rink Saturday night, winning tbo
first two goals.
Ik a game of baae ball on the South
Side Saturday, the Browns, of Bellaire,
defeated the Regulars, of this city, by a
score of 21 to 10,
Kiv. 6. M. Suorr preached an interestting
sermon to a large congregation last
evening at the First Baptist church, his
theme being "Profanity."
Tint North End Literary and Athletic
Association gave an enjoyable and successful
picnic 'at Seibert'B Garden Saturday
afternoon and evening.
Tils North JSnd glass works will close
the last of the month forThe aommar va:
cation, and will receive a general overhauling
before the fall trade.
A cow belonging to a Mr. Dillon was
struck by a train this side of the Hempfield
tunnel Saturday morning and injured
so badly that it had to be shot.
Mm. Martis Psmtymak, of Elm Grove,
was serionsly and probably fatally burned
Friday night while attempting to accelerate
a slow fire by the use of kerosene.
Tuk long talked of game of base ball to
be played between the macbinista and
boiler makers of Sweeney's machine Bhop!
waa postponed last Satuniay, as the boiler
makers had to wont.
Thb Parlor Social have completed all
arrangements for their grand excursion on
the steamer Princess. 0 vet thirty couple
will be in attendance, and T.T.Cockavne's
r orchestra will furnish music.
Tub Pittsburgh Rifle Team won the
1 shooting contest with thd Wheeling Olub
Saturday, the total .scores of the two parties
standing 61)7 to WW. This is the first
defeat of the Wheeling Club.
Til* prire essajr of the Regents of the
West Virginia University was awarded to
B. C. Wilson, of St. Albans, Kanawha
county7~The subject was, "Should, trial
by jury be abolished in civil cases?" |
Mb. Joe Fox, of North Wheeling, will
leave Bhortly for a six weeks' trip to Cin*;
cinnati. He will go through irf a skiff,
and intends catching all the turtles in the
Ohio valley. Several saloons are promised
a ton apiece.
Holljuay Post appointed a committee
r Saturday night to make arrangements for
the reception of Commander in Chief
? Kountz and Aujptant General Cochran, of
the G. A. R, who will visit this city Wednesday
William Dauohkrtt. who lives near
Triadelphia, was arrested by Officer Wilkie
Saturday on a charge of carrying concealed
?- annnt *l>a ntnli? in <I|D utfl.
WCHJ-XJUB. iic OJJUUU Mis uigiiii in mu am
tion house, but was released on bail yesterday
Ford, the man arrested last Monday
morning with burglar'n tools in his poa
session, was discharged from custody by
order of Judge Jacob Saturday, though
the Judge took occasion to commend
Officer DufTey for arresting him.
Ms. Kiik.vok.s'tiiai., a German peddler,
who has been in the city for a long time,
left last Saturday afternoon for Prussia
with bis family to receive a large fortune
left to them by the death of a relative.
: Xhov will feturn to this country again and
. reside hero.
Tin stop cock above Seventh street, on
the National 'road, stands lour or five
inches above the road, and being where
the road isso narrow is a grout hindrance
to travel, several vehicles having been
broken by it. It should be lowered or the
road Ailed up.
Tuuus was another good crowd out at
the park yesterday. A fine programme
roMrlnro/1 lw tliA OiwrA Hnilfifj
orchestra. The absence of- dust made
driving pleasant, but the air was not at
' all oppressive in town, and so thehegira
was not so large as it otherwise would
have been.
Bus Frames and John Wolf were arrested
at Seibert'a garden Saturday evening
by Constable Lauchlin (or cruel treat,
ment of a livery home, and Squire Arklo
, sent them to jail to await a bearing Tues,
day. They will alio be charged with
driving through the two-inile toll gute
Cuisp or Police Buck none received a
letter this morning from Mr*. Mary Turner,
ol I'arkersburg, West Virginia, asking
for information of her missing son,
David Turner, who is supposed to be about
this city. She says that the has not beard
i from him since his departure on April 12,
I and that it has caused her great trouble.
The missing boy Is eighteen years old.?
l>Uttlurgh Chionicli-Tiltgraph.
Tim Woman's Christian Temperance
Unions ol Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia,
Ohio, Pennsylvania and the Dis'
trict of Columbia will bold a Conference
and Training School for temperance work-1
. era at Mountain Lake Park, Md., from
July 1st to 4th. Speakers of national rup;
utation will deliver addresses, and illiw.
trated lectures on the methods of W. C.
T. U. work, including a "Model Union"1
and "Band of Hope" will be riven nndor
the supervision of Mrs. Mary Woodbridge,
, of Ravenna, 0., and Mrs. Nelly Bayley,
"National Chalk Talker," of Chicago, III.
Mrs. Chapin, of Charleston, South Caro1
Una, will speak for the South,
j ?>
? Strangers In tlifl City aud WheeUng Folks
5 Abroad.
i Mr. Milt. McDonald, of Belmont county,
is visiting friends on Seventeenth
' Btreet
Walter Sheppard, of the Lahghlin mill,
1 will leave to-day on a trip to Kagland, his
* old home, to visit triends.
! Mr. and Mrs. John Moffat were the
. guests last week of President James D.
[ Moffat, at Washington, Pa.
' Major Ran Stalnaker left last evening
for Mexico and the Southwestern terrii
tories on an extended tour.
Mr. John Shorts, who is well known
I here, and who is at present located at
- Parkersburg, is visiting friends in North
1 Hon. G. W. Atkinson will deliver the
1 address before the Aluranro Association of
1 the Wheeling Female College this eren1
ing at 8 o'clock, at the College.
>' Prnf. Thomas E. Hodcraa. orinelnal of
the Morgantown public school#, is in tho
, oity. lingoes t.? Wollaburg to-day to hold
, a teachers' institute this week (or tbe
teachera of Brooke eonnly.
( Dr. John E. Smith, the newly elected
[ Medical Director of the Department of
t West Virginia 0. A. It.j wore on Saturday
r the gauntlets dress aword and tub and
f epauleta which he wore twenty-two years
I ago ou drew occasion!. The Doctor has
, also a fatigue cap which he wore duribg tbe
i war.
ThtWiuWcir. Commencement.
The President of Waablngto'n-Jederson
Colleen has made the allotment of commencement
orations. Tho following la the
order: Graduated Magna Cum Laude.T.
C. Noble; Cum Laude, G. E. Hawor, W.
11. McElvalne, J. L. Marquis. Honorary
orations, J. D. Doneboo, K. B. McCormick,
J. 0. Pickers and N. A. Means.
Commencement orations, R. H. Crancle,
W. O. Eltrick, J. II. Dnn'ap, E. U. linymaker,
J. C. l.nighlln, S. T.Lewi', J. II.
JLjfle, H;M.Jrfarquls, Breading Speer,, B.
B. 8cardrett and K. 8. Wallace. In all
there are twonty commencement orations,
which , is th? J?rge?fcjramb?'iBnc#
the union of the colleges.
Clavaville, takes the valedictory. MM W.
H. McElvainf, of Sandy Lake, Pa., tbe s?- j
lutatory. 1
the-nailers; SCALEll
" ' <
Workman Expn'ol Olhar Mill* to Follow Suit I
HI an Early I>*7. mill ttia Manufactur_
art Anticipate a Protractfd Sualituilou?Talka
With Uotli tfldaa.
Saturday was tbe last day of the year
daring which the Amalgamated Association's
scale which wont Into effect June 1,
1884, governed the wages paid for work in
the iron mills and nail factories. The
presentsltuation has several novel features
about it Heretofore the only scale was
that of the Amalgamated Association.
This year there are two scales, that 01 the
Amalgamated Association 01 Iron and
Steel Workers, governing all work done
in Iron and steel mills by members of the
Association, and that ol the United Nailers
ol Aiherica, applying only to the cutting
of nails.- These scales take effect today,
and mills which liave not signed
them shot down Saturday evening for an
unknown length of time.
In Wheeling and the Immediate vicinity
the mills all refased to sign either scale,
with the exception of the Bsllairomill,
which on Saturday afternoon signed the
nailers'scale. President McGonrtney affixed
his signature to the scale when presented
by the nailers' committee, though
he asked the members of the committee
not to make the fact public, as he did not
want to be heralded over the country as
the first to sign.
The news was not long in reaching
Wheeling, and was generally circulated
though not so generally accepted as true.
Indeed, many people flatly contradicted
the report. It proved to be true, however.
Much rejoiolog was caused among
the workmen in the Wheeling mills by
the report, as it was regarded as a break
in the ranks of the manufacturers which
would result in all of the nail mills signing
the scale to-day, or to-morrow at
Tlio manufacturers pronounced the action
of the Bellaire mill nnimportant in its
signillcance or effects. They were not diecoucertcd,
nor even surprised, at it, and
said.theynadbeen informed ofitatthe time
of the Cincinnati meeting of the Weato-n
.. .. .
tfail ASSOCmuuu Mb nim.ii ui-j uv? ,11:1111.'
waa agreed upon by lh? manufacturers.
Thoy pointed out that owing to the suspcnsionof
work in thecompanyVsteel plant
the nail factory could nut resume work,
and that the signing of the scale was
therefore a mere matter of form. The
employes of the steel plant are out on a
strike "which was recently formally recognised
by. the Amalgamation, and until this
strike is settled and tho Amalgamation
agftes with the manufacture upon the
wages to be paid to workmen in steel
plantr, the mtil will ngt be in a position
to work.
It is said on goosLauthority that the employes
expect several of the mill owners to
sign the respective scales to-day, and others
to-morrow, or at an early day. The
action of the Bellaire mill encouraged this
expectation, but did not give rise to it
The men, when approached on the subject
for several days past, have uaiformiy expressed
the opinion that there would not
be a long strike. The manufacturers, on
the contrary, do not expect to sign the
scale, but anticipate, or at least predict, a
suspension for a considerable period?pospibly
one month, or two months; or itinay
be for all summer.
The mills which will, be obliged to shut
down on account of the complications in
regard to the scale, in Wheeling and the
neighborhood, are the Top mill nail factory,
the Riverside bar mill and nail factory,
the Belmont nail mill, the I-aBelle
nail mill and the Crescent sheet iron works.
ot this city i the Benwooil mil mill, practically
of Wheeling also; the Standard
sheet iron mill and tho .Etna sheet and
bar mill, of -Ktnaville: the Langhlin nail
mill, at Mart n's Ferry, and the Junction
nail works, atMlflgo, tin; latter two having
their business offices here, and the Spanlding
iron works, of Brilliant, not to mention
the Steuben vllle, fronton and Mason county
mills, all in UiIb district. The number
ot men thrown out of employment will
reach 'i,i00, and a large number of miners
and laborers are indirectly afTected.
A fact not generally known was mentioned
by a nailer Saturday night?that
there are more men employed in the Riverside
and Bellaire mills now than before
the boilers there were discharged, the
hands employed in the steel plants outnumbering
those formerly employed iu
the boiling departments.
A nail manufacturer said to an I.vm,LIOKKOSB
reporter!- '-The action of the
Bellaire tail! does not surprise us and it
does not mean much. The .Bellaire mill
Is not going to.work. I donbt whether it
will resume be/ore the rest of us do. Yon
remember that that mill was among the
first to go into the cnltingof steel nails.
When the nailers asked for an advance of
20 percent for cutting steol nails you remember
that the matter was adjusted,and
uiai IB mo reason uiat mai mm signs lue
scale now. The promise was made then
that If the nailers out steel nails at the
game price aa iron tlio mill
would not lulc a ( eduction when
the time came to agree upon this
year's scale. N6w, you me the Uollaire
mill keeps its contract, hut it does not
follow that it desires tn mako nails at that
rote. Why should it? We are all losing
money on every keg of nails turned
out. There is no reason why we should
go on ami lose more money. JBosides this
the Deilaire mill has a strike in its steel
department anil it could not go to work
to-morrow if it wanted to. I tell you that
with the market as it is we cannot afford
to make nails under the present scale."
"Do you think the strike will be of long
duration ?"
"1 can't tell, ft depends upon many
tilings. As It looks now I don't think we
shallbe making nails again very soon."
The scale adopted by tho Western Nail
Association at its Cinclnatl meeting, the
nailers here say, will "never" he accepted
by them. A rumor was about town yesterday,
but could be traced to no reliable
source, that the Uiveraldo and Li Hello
mills would sign the United Nailers' scale
to-day. This was emphatically denied by
A dispatch from Cincinnati l?t evening
says the iron works of that section, with,
out excoption liavo refused to sign the ,
scale and aro shut uown.
The sheet mill omen ol Pittsburgh
formed an atlianco Saturday, and agreed
not to nign the scfllei. The sheet workers
a'so formed an independent union, designed
to bo National In its scope. The
following telegram from Pittsburgh, received
Saturday night, does not look as if
the stand of the short milla was very Arm:
'The lfepublle Iron Works signed the
Amalgamated Association's teale to-day.
Thisisaaheet luili and la a break from .
(he sheet manufacturer*' new anociation. ,
Other signatures are expected before
Th? fnllnwinir ia tho ultniiflnn n? '
Younastown. as stated in a apocial diepatch
from that point;
"The iron mills in thia city closed down
to-night, and drew all Area, thn operator!
refuting to sign the scale presented by the
Amalgamated Association Committee.
Eight thouwnd men aro out of work In t
consequence in tbla city and luburba. i
Membersof the Amalgamated Aaaoclation |
say they believe the signing of the teals
by several mills In I'ittaburgh will have
tin* effect of causing a break in this volley.
Bat this the manufacturers deny.
"Many workmen aay that if the scale
was signed there would bo no kicking t
among the mill men If the milla should 1
shut down for a month. A suspension of
work for some such period would havo a
tendency to atiflen prices, and cause a
better demand for iron during the reat of t
thoyear. Other mill men aay a cloaing g
dnwn for even a month would uot he sat- <1
istactory to them, as they could not afford s
' Ml.' mil r '
olow the time. Some men .ihlnk.it would
je a (row] tbloff U the mills would close
town for * month or so each Tear."
The Pittsburgh ChrxmicjtrTeUj/raphetvi:
'Sheet Iron mills u t general thins
thronrboat WesternPennsylvanla and
the Wheeling district, are generally on
triple tnrn, which la eeldom the case in
toy mill on any other grade of iron, at
least not in this city, which turns ont less
iheet iron than any other quality, outside
of the old Pennsylvania Forge."
By Bev. Mr. Hvrli to the Femal* College
Olaes Lait Evening.
Rev. A. Harris, of the facnlty of the
Wheeling-Female College preached the
baccalaureate sermon'to this year's graduiting
class of that Institution at the Fourth
Street M. ?. church last evening. The
large edifice wis well filled. The First
and Second Presbyterian churches closed
in order to allow their .people to attend
and the pastors to assist in the services.
Had not the weather been, threatening, it
Is probable that the congregation could
not bave been accommodated in the
The services were opened with the singing
of the 12tlth hymn, 0,
GixJ, thou bottomless abyvt
Dr. Cooke of, the Second church, led In
prayer, and IJr. Cunningham, of the First,
read a portion of the i89th Psalm. The
choir, wbich wmaugmented for tt)e occasion,
sang an anthem in a very pleasing
The subject of R?v. Mr. Harris' discourse
was "Knowledge." His text was
from the third verse of. the 17th chspter
of St John: "And tha is life eternal,
that they might know thee the only true
God, and Jesus*Christ whom thou bast
Like some fungus growth, scepticism is
a superficial thing: it U like ignorance,
and by one Hash of the light of knowledge
it can be destroyed and swept away.
Oar religious instincts are part of
ourselves; the roots go to the
lowest dtpths of our natures. When
thought to be dead and buried forever in
the depths of atheism, they are touched
Jjy tiia true life and Bpring forth, Assaults
of infidelity touch only the surface
of the soul. Religion is knowledge; not
simply that of created things, but of Him
who created and of the life in harmony
with Him. Christianity issomething that
can be easily traced to God, its fountain
head; it countenances no evil and enjoins
all virtues; it inspires true progress; it secures
our happiness in accordance with
our nature.
The subject?Knowledge, is one that
lies at the foundation cf all things. The
knowledge of God is eternal life. Of all
things, the most important is to kuow
God. Knowledge Is power; knowledge is
uccess; knowledge Is independence. Under
this bead it may bp said that next to
religion and purity of character there is
nothing more important for a woman than
independence. Knowledge gives this to
her. I desire to say to all, educate your
children, especially your daughters;
knowledge of art, music, liteiatare?all
is a power. It is better to put fortunes
into daughters that to give one with them;
the one may b* lost?the other will go
through life with them.
Knowledge Is salvation. This, tbe
fourth heading, is the most important.
Knowledge is eternal life; this does not
mean secular or scientific knowledge, but
knowledge as revealed in God's word.
There is no legal barrier between you and
salvation, unim nas anBwerea ior our
sins. The only thingbetweehusisunbelief,
which is only another name for ignorance,
This class is reminded that this is the commencement,
not the end; it is to them the
beginning of life's work.
This is an end of school days, but it
should, not be ono of mental growth and
development Do not fold your hands;
there are a thousand tields of usefulness
that need more workers; you may enter
and scatter seeds for your reaping. There
is a future before you known only to God;
take him for your guide, and it will be
well with you forever. No one can make
a greater mistake than to leave God out oi
her Ule; without Him all must end in
total failure. Your preparation for life,
hot only hero, but the life enternal, is not
completed until you know God,
A Comic Operu by Awitteora at lletlmuy
Last Saturday evening "The Duenna,"
a comic opera written by Richard- Bringley
Sheridan, was given by amateur talent
in chapel hall at Bethany College. The
audience, composed of the residents
of Bethany and the surrounding country,
includipg several from Wellsburg and a
majority of the students, enjoved the perfo'mance
very much. To Miss A. 0.
Pendleton, who assumed the undesirable
part of the title role in a splendid manner,
Is due much of the credit of the atl'air.
The performers labored under tlie disadvantages
that are always attendant
upon the absence of proper scenery and
other stage accessories, but still they did
yery well, bearing in mind all the time of
course that they were simply amateurs.
The coBtumes were correctly gotten up
and the singing, especially that of the
ladies, was very entertaining. Those tak?
ing part were Misses A C. Pendleton.
Belle Itodgero and Irene T. Mayers, ana
Messrs, G. W. Maekley, A. S. Lobingier,
9rub Dowllng. Sherman Kirk, H. L. Willett
and A. W. Mayers. Miss Hodgers
and Messrs. Dowiing and Mayers were
very good in their characters.
Great Interest In tha Kveut In I'ltUUm-gli,
A committee representing the Robert
Blum Mwnnerchor Socicty, of Allegheny,
cams down Saturday* to make arrango*
ments for the stay of this society in Wheel*
ing during the July freneerfest, which
they will attend in force. The oommittee
consists of Messrs. Christ Plnl*. Charles
Schlieper, Albert Geske and John Jiieenu
.Inaid. They were taken in hand here
by a recoption coromittfo of tile three
local singing societies interested in tho
ftengerfest, and .showed about torn.
They visited the park and wore entertained
by Mr. Beymann yesterday.
They expressed delight, after
an iimpaction of the Albambra'rink,
wltb Its fitness for the Saenger/ost Two
peo'al trains will bring the I'lttnbuigh and
Allegheny people to the Ssengorfest, one
on the 0. A P. and one on the Fan Handle
road. The Robert Blum Maennerchor
will bring forty-five active members and
the Great Western band of twontyseven
The fomale chorus for tho reception con.
lert, the first night of the 8aeogerfest, will
number about 100 trained voices. Miss
Flora Williams and Mrs. Nellie Sweeney
Palmer have promised to sing nolou during
the Hacngerfest.
IVock'a AiuuHoiiiuiiU ?t the Alhutubr*
Palace Rink.
Champion bicycle race. A gold modal
will be awarded to the gentleman winning
it three times. First contest, benefit of
Wheeling UghtGuanis, Tuesday evening,
waDMjofDAV nvimjxo, jcmi 3.
umorea ioi?s uncy areas carnival, a
present will be git-en la the mcwt graceful
adv and escort glutei*. The rinlt will be
) petted to the public.
Orand akatlng carnival, to be given by
Jio tjeruiania Amusement Society, on
wbicli occasion there will be an exciting
>olo game.
Iiland folks night.
There wilt bo au amusing foot ball oone?t
in command of Mmsri. Harry S.
Previa and Itoberta.
To Chicago bjr If njrllghl.
By taking the Cleveland A Pittsburgh
rain at llnJgoport at 6:S1a. v., paaatn.
era arrive in Oliicagn at 87S0 p. m. same
lay. Try this new last line and. save
I coping car tare.
OITbilr Country, who "Counted not The
. Lleee Dear Cato Them"?AdayHtApart
by Their Living Coturnftea to tloHonor
to Their Memoriae*. Memorial Oa)l
The celebration in this city S*turdi
under the auspices of J. W. Hoiliday Po
No. 12,0. A. R., of "Memorial Day," wi
a conspicuous success, and in most r
specls surpassed any former observanc
The ([raves of the dead soldiers in tl
remeteries about Wheeling weredecoraU
In the forenoon by the committees a;
pointed by the Post to discharge th
duty. In most of the cemeteries mac
other persons; generally friends of soldie
buried there, witnessed this tribute t
the living to the dead. The procession 1
the afternoon, if not so large as the one <
two years ago, was more attractive ai
imposing, and the memorial exercises
City Hall Square,. in spite of sever
serious drawbacks, were interesting ai
creditable to the Post and all who tot
Business wasgenerally?uspendeddurii
the. day, the banks, public library ai
city and . county offices being clos<
throughout the day, and nearly all boi
ness houses in the afternoon. Comme
dable interest was shown Jiy the peop
in the celebration, residences, busine
houses and other buildings, public ai
private, being very generally decoraU
with flags and bunting.
tub pllchsion. #
The procession began to" form short
after one o'clock, on Market street, wit
the rigty at Fourteenth. A little alt
the time suL half past one, the line mov<
off upMarfcet street, in the followii
Chief of Police Smith and mounted escort of polk
Chief Marshal JSarker uod staff, mounted.
Opera House ltaud.
Knfgbt? of tit. Ueorgo
Wheeling Light Guards.
BrMeport Drum Corp*.
llraimum Post No. 72, G. A. it., of Bridgeport.
Wheeling Drum Corps.
J. W. Hollldar Post No. 12. (I. A. R. of Wheellc
Ex suldiera uot member* of tb? U. A. It*
Kramer s Hrtua 1) miL
Plumed Knights of the Lincoln Club.
Prominent Ciliz us aud Uu-sts in Gtrrfacej.
City J? ire Department, headed bjr the Counnil Col
mlttee, Chief Dunniug aud Asiistauts .
iu ttarrisges
Citizens iu carriages and buggies.
The line o( march lay ud Market aire
to Seventh, down Main to Twenty-fourt]
up Chapline to Twentieth, down Twei
tieth and up Market to Nineteenth, ot
Nineteenth to' Eoff, ud Eoflto Sixteentl
on Six eenth to Woods, countermarch 1
Jacob, and thence by Jacob, Fourteen tl
Twelfth and Ohaphne to the Soldier
Monument, where the Memorial exercta
took place.
The old veterans wore their G. A. 1
badges and oid army badges, aud marc!
ed like the veterans they are, to the ma
tial music which was the accompanimei
of many a weary march when those in lie
knew not who should return and whoi
lifeless form be left upon the gronnd.
* The. tire department made an unusual!
attractive display. Horses and raacbim
were in good shape, and the ongines ac
reels were gay with wreathes and flower
' Old Lion, the veteran, marched alone b
hind the department and attracted get
oral attention.
The Plumed Knights, though they liai
not drilled since the close of the can
paigu, marched as well as ever, and pe
formed the intricate evolutions with tt
same soldierly precision which won the
fame. They turned out eight fours, wit
Oapt. Fisher in command, and were we
corned by the large crowds gathered ever;
where along the line.
The Knights of . St. George, in the
handsome dark uniforms, "with wavir
black plumes, shared with the Flume
Knights the laurels bestowed along tl
way. They marched well, and perform!
! many difficult and pleasing movements i
good style. These two organizations alon
with their excellent bands, did much 1
make theparade memorable.
The Wheeling Light Guards deserve
passing notice, 'l'ftey marcn well, ar
Capt Hunter's boys bid fair to become
fine military organization in time.
It was about half past 3 o'clock whc
-the lino reached the stand at the corm
of Obapline and Sixteenth streets, and ti
procession was dismissed. Two stan<
had been erected, one adjoining the 8c
diere' monument for the speaker and of]
eers of the G. A. R. post, and prominei
Suests, and- the other for the school chi
ron who were to sing patriotic song
While the audience was gathering, ar
just as Mr. Biggs, the presiding office
wa8 ready to commence the exercise
there was a crash, and without warhit
the large platform ocoupied by tie suhoi
children, parted in the middle, and ha
of it fell with a rumblo, precipita.'.ng tb
children to tho ground. The noise <
breaking benches and screaming childre
was iucreased by the exolamations t
alarmed parents, and for a time there wei
oil*tin nf rt nnnlrt fViftl haaria nnulWI fh
disturbance, however, and it was foun
that nobody was badly hurt. The acc
dent nevertheless bod its effect .Many <
the children left in fright, and other
were taken by their parents to a safe dii
There was considerable speculation i
to the cause of the aooident. Before th
kland wa? occupied an ISTELLiQENtUR ri
porter called the attention of several b;
slanders to the manner in wliiuh bof
stands were built The weight was a
supported by nails. The fact'that whe
the platform gavo way the nails pulle
out of the wood, as clean as when the
were driven in, suggested that it wa9 th
fault of the a teal nails used, and man
people held this view, among them a fet
carpenters. Mr. McBidden. whose worli
men built the stands, does not think thl
explanation Is the proper one, boweve:
and attributes the accident te the ove:
loading of the platform. It was certainl
fortunate that the aocident did not bar
serious consequences,'
This was not the onlydrawbaok toth
success of the meeting. J ust as the cxei
oises were beginning a slight shower (el
and thero was talk of adjourning to th
now City Hall or the Capitol rink. Tb
rain did not last long, however, and tb
exercises proceeded without further ii
The exercises were opened by a brie]
fervent prayer by Bev. Or. J, B. Smith
pastor of the fourth Street JJ. E. church
the remaining school children then son
''Columbia, the 0?m ot tlie Clcean," wltl
cornet accompaniment, many of the audi
ence uniting in the aong. The advantag
of having tn? children on an elevate
platform w?? apparent, the volume o
sound having freer range.
The ritual exercises of the order wer
then gone through with, Adjutant McAl
lister read the order concerning the ob
oervance of the day from department head
quarters, and Post Commander Chamber
made a brief formal address, fo]!owad b:
the Chaplain and other post .officials will
tlin services assianed them.
Chairman liu&a then Introduced Proi
P. H. Crago, the orator of the day, w)i<
delivered ao eloquent addreas o( a vor]
appropriate character. It li?d, with man)
other merita, that of being anltablv brie
for the latonwa of the hoar, and in aplu
the audlenoe enchained throughout. Hi
read with thrilling effect tho. beautlfu
aaonyraona poem, "Cover them over will
beautiful flowers, wliloli formed a grace
ful ending for hit addreai,
Chairman Bam returned the thanlu ol
the Poet to alt who had contributed to the
anew* of the day'a ob?erv?noe?, and the
audience wasiiUrnlaaed with the benediction
by Rev. E. U. Sornblaaer, of the
Etlgllih Lutheran church.'
Tui Boaton Normal.Muaioal adrertlaement
may be found in thla paper. It will
be aeen that the facully ia oorrpoacd ol
well known, eminent^ mueiclana. The
formal cannot fail-to prove of great benetit
to ill Who may attend,
Various'Kiwi Kolas and PononaU from the
'. ' OlaM.Oltjr.
9 Prof. Henry Smitlt ia organizing a GerTflFP
fjyff r
Ir The Glass City Building Association
meets (bla evenlngtoaell money.
Private balls, parties, benefits and contests
are still keeping the akating rinks
mere were a great many applicants lor
ly teachers' certificates examined Saturday
,t by the City Board. i,)
u The United Presbyterian congregation
yesterday met in tbeir newly repainted
* and refitted church.
u- Miss Bessie Hoge is suflering from
>e quinsy and was unable to be eiamined
id with the other teachers Saturday,
p. Bev. W. 8. Thompson, oi the Ann Cari,
niichael Memorial church, i'hliadelpbla,
preached yesterday at the Kirst PresbyV
terian church.
" Rev. R. M. Brown beingstill engaged at
>y the General Assembly in Cincinnati, there
in was no preaching at the Second Preaby0l
terian church jjcaterday."
.j Wm. Greenlee was buried Saturday af,
ternoon at Rock Hill, a very large funeral
, pricemion accompanying the remains
[(l from his late residence west of town.
)lt Tho washing away of the small bridge
over Riddle's ran delayed all C. & P.
!g trains paturday morning, the nine o'clock
id train of the night before only getting here
j at 8 that morning. Passengers were transj.
ferred, however.
n- There is a disposition to resist the payle
ment of tlie tax asiesscd. on properly
ss benefited by the Nineteenth street sewer,
id and as the assessments are made for the
id other sewers that have been made the resistance
will likely grow. For that sewer
about forty lots are named as those bene
iv meu Hun laxeu, in rounu numucra ?-,-uu,
j jj an average of $55 each.
er The display o( a good many flags, espec,d
ially on the principal streets, was about
I,, all the sign of a holiday to be seen lienSaturday
after Spangk-r Post had marched
to the cemetery. Nearly all the stores
were open as usual, and as for tho
factories, they were nearly all idle anyhow.
Heatheriuglon's band and bands
of children with dowers marched with the
Post to the cemetery, and Uon Lorenso
_ Danford, orator of tho day, was driven out
in a carriage. Under romo of the large
trees a largo audience had assembled and
listened with attention to Mr. Dan ford's
a- address. A good choir sang a number of
patriotic songs.
|)a Gao?rnl Ob??nrauc?? or Dvcoratloii Day.
Shooting?Ujue Hull.
it Saturday afternoon a match game of
!i, base hall was played between til# Orchard
lo club and the stars, of .?tnaville, resulting
i. In the defeat of the former by a score of
a' 27 to 10.
? The steamer Climax will run to Bellaire
Wednesday night, to accommodate those
? wishing to attend tho game of polo between
i- tho club from here and the Niagara club,
r-1 oi that place.
' Mr. C. N\ Gaumer, editor of the Mans10
held, Ohio, Shield ami lluuner, was in
,0 town Saturday calling on his many Deino,
cratic friends. Mr. Gaumer ia oneoftye
I* few very successful Ohio editors.
!,1 On Friday evening a young man named
8 William McKnight attempted to steal *
- ride on the ti o'clock freight. One of the
a. brakemen ordered him off. whenlie jumped
off and drawing a revolver commenced
,0 firing at the biakenan. Saturday the
n. man came up from Bellaire and had him
r. arrested for shooting with intent to kill.
Ue will have a hearing on Tuesday alterjr
noon at 3 o'clock.
,b Saturday, as Decoration Day, was well
1- observed in thia town. In obedience to
jr- the Mayor's proclamation tho business
housis were closed for a part of the
ir morning. At eight o'clock the G. A. It.
ig -assembled at their lodge room and formed
id in line, then as they marched
10 throngh, the various lodges of Odd
id Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Rechain
bites and Rod .Men joined them. They
e, marched throngh tho principal streets in
to town and passed the churches, wberethey
wero joined hv the Sunday school scholars,
a Alter reaching tho groove the following
id programme was rendered! Singing by
a the choir, which waB composed of Messrs.
John Loyd, Calvin Gray, Prof. Seofield
and J. F. Thomas, Misses Anna Wier,
Maggie Kjsrr, Kloise Gray. Flora Wilin
liains, May McKiin and Anna Ralston,
l!r with Miss Muy Robinson at the organ.
'e Theircameprayorby Rev. E. F. Walker,
*s a song by Col. Dinks, music by the
J" choir, roll call by Felix Hadsell. Then
Col, Danks took tho floor as orator of tba
!' day. He made an excellent speech, citing
instances of bravery which were per?.
formed by tho boys in blue, tbat has not
111 annuuroil in hiitnru 1 f?m> ha a-aa llirnitrrh
r' the hue was formed and the men marched
?> into the cemetery to dscorate the graves.
'K After this they assembled around the
?! stand .to hear Col. Banks, who sang
" Beveral patriotic songs. Tho benediotlon
'? was then pronouuceii by Rev. E. D. HolU
11 and the Assembly dismissed,
n ,M
^ iimuoKi'onT,
10 Memorial Day Caletirutloa ?Other Nev??
4 Mention.
i< Mr. Charley Coolc ia viaiting friends at
)( St. Clairsville.
8 Mr. John 0. Cook returned Saturday
'* from Philadelphia.
u On ne?t Wednesday evening Mr. Jacob
T Helsley will take linto himself a helpmeet
3_ in the person of Miss l,ucy Martin.
I- According to custom, the business
h houioa were closed here Saturday fore11
nooninhonorofDecorationday. firannum
n Post, G. A. It., managed the memorial
d services. There waa the largest turnout
y that was ever seen hew, TlioPo t formed
e in front of thoir hall at 8 o'clock and,
y acgompanH by a lorge niimbor o( fitiv
Zeus, inarched to the cemetery, where
t- they paid their rcspecja to the memory of
is tho doad hy strewing flicir graves with
r, flowers. After this ltev. C. 0. llayes adp
flrc^HPil the aasemhlv in a vt*rv alila
y speech. They then returned home, but
e formed again in the Afternoon and lunrched
to Wheeling, to assist In tho exercises
e there.
' ??? < r?
|( It ! Not Genornllj Known
e that John Itocmer, Agent, lias the cheap,
e eat and liest assortment of wall papers,
e oarpela, oil clotha, window shades, made
up ready to hang. Hugs, mats, choice
. matting, Ac., 4c. Call gnd see at Nos.
80111 and 3031 Main street,
i John Kokuiih.
ij ' 1 '
i. gahtng gcrn&tt.
i iifWili
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Absolutely Pure. I
[ Tfali Powder Bmt nrlea K niral of porltr, "
itronsth ud wbolMmuiM. Mora eoonomlcu
! thin iho ndlniff klmln, aod cuinot bs sold In 4
1 ooraDellUon with tho mmUtade of low tott, short
weight, slum or uhofiihtto uoirdem. Bold only
< WW*
' ? . .
To w?al VlrrlnUna-A Biff Stilt D?eld?d In A
fljr Ifttf HiWfftwwcwr. *
Baltisiom,Md., May 80.?A an I
of much interest'to WeatVirgin- j
lans, and especially to the people f
along the Monongahela Valley, was-de- r
ctded In the United States Court here to- ,
Say, Jndgea Bond and Jackaon sitting. g
Reference is made to the case of the Gas- j
ton Gas Coal Company, of Fairmont, vs. ,
the New Kngland, Fairmont and Western )
Gas Coal Company, of Baltimore. In July, ,
ISSt, the defendant company began the
construction of a railway, beginning at a v
point neur the West end of the Baltimore J
<& Ohio bridge, one mile east of Fairmont J
and extending a distance of 2.800 feet 1
along the aide of the Gaston railroad up '
the West Fork rivor. At this distance it J
is intended to cross the West Fork and '
continue up the eastern bank ef the same 1
a considerable distance to the coal fields '
owned by tbe defendant company. The e
piers in the river have already been con- ?
structed and the bridge purchased. 1
On July 5th, 1884, an injunction was
obtained by the Gaston compsny, restrain- I
ing the New England company from fur- 1
tber' proceedings, on the ground that the {
safety and security of tbe Gaston railroad 1
was being endangered. The defendant '
company removed tlte cue to the t sited '
Stttes Circuit Court for West Virgin!*, J
where it wob heard on the ?>Lh of Jauuary, 1
1885, beforu Judee Bond. who dinolved >
the injunction. On the 8th day of May, <
1885, the complainant company filed a <
supplemental bill anil obtained from Judge 1
Jackson, of the United States District <
Court of West .Virginia, an order which J
again Btopped the operations of the defend- 1
ant eompiny, which hail then but recently
been resumed. A motlcn made by the J
defendant company to vacate the order of '
May 8tli was set for hearing at Parkers- 1
burg May 15th, and on that day adjourned *
to this city, whore a hearing was had yes- ?
terday and to-day. The language of, the '
decree this day entered is as follows: c
"It is adjudged, ordered and decreed "
that the order of May's, 1885, entered in
said cause, be and the same is hereby va- cated
and thatdefendantcompany recover |
its costs." The formal part being of course I
omitted. The result of tbe litigation will >
be good news to the people about Fairmont
who have shown a lively interest in
tho enterprise of the defendant company.
George W. L. Mayers, Esq, Superintendent
of tho New Kogland company, will resume
operations on tbe road next Monday.
lion. James Morrow, of Fairmont,
represented the complainant company,
and Hon. M. Bannon, of Maryland, and
Thomas II. B. Staggers, of Fairmont, the
defendant company.
SutmatlouiU Murder.
: I.kavknwoot1i, jus., May 80.?Robert
Broaddus, a prosperous young cattleman,
shot K. 0. Jobson, an architect of tt)is
city, this evening, and then committed
suicide. The shooting was caused by tbe
attentions Jobson had been paying to Miss
Wood, teacher in the c'.ty schools, and a
highly respccted young lady. Broaddus
anil Miss \\ ood, it is mud, bail been engaged
to 1m married, but the match was
broken off. This evening Jobson was
wa'king with the lady, when Broaddus
rode tip and shot at him twice. Jobson
retreated to a store Bnd Broaddns followed,
shftoting three times more. He then remouutoa
and rode home, where he shot '
tiimsolf head. Jobson lias two wounds in J
the breast anfl one in the back, and phy- 1
sicians say he can not recover.
Amalgamated AmiicImUuq Iron anil S'?l
Workers' iaaaal Flcals Baavar Pa., Jena .
0, 1SH.1.
The Pennsylvania Company, operating
the P., Ft. W. & 0. Ky., 0. & 1". It K., E.
A P. R. It. and the A. & P. Ky., announces i
the sale of cheap excursion tickets to Ilea- 1
vor, Pa, on the occasion of the' Annual
Picnic of the Amalgamated Association of
Iron and Steel Workers, Saturday Juno Oth,
1885. t
rn 1...... 1 ?
J.I1D VU?l?l>VM)Tl IU VUUlgQ U??D WCVU UU~ a
tiring in their efforts to make this a day of -|
attractiveness and pleasure, and will fur- J
nish a varied line olamuaementa to accomplish
tho fame.
For time of trains and rates of fare, see
posters and small hills.
Purchase tickets over the Pennsylvania
Company's lines. T
Qolok Tims to Colombua, Cincinnati, In.
tllnnajiolli, St. Lstilf, Jic. (
The Pan Handle train leaving Wheeling
at 7:25 a. m , city time, arrives at Columbus
at 12:35 p. si., Cinoinnati 4HO I*. x ,
Indianapolis 10:30 r. m.> St. Louis 7:00 a.
m. The train leaving at 8:40 e. a. will ar- .
rive at Columbus at 1:45 a. Si., Cincinnati j
0:10 a. Indianapolis 7:00 a. m., St. '
Louis 2 i*.? . K'nMB Pity 8 a. ?.
jtawfotd's ggfttcaX <8>nxt.
-Thftt pure, aweet. iafe; and effective American (
dUtl Inuon of Witoh'Haxel. American Pine, Canada '
Mr, Marigold and cloror Blofsom. called 8an(i?rd'a
Bidlcal Cure ijr Catarrh, wlih one box Catarrhal
dolvent and one 8anford'a Improved inhaler, ail in
one package, may now bqhud ot all drugght* (or
k u . Auk (ur UDfnrd'iKiillPAi Turn
complete Local ami Constitutional Treatment
for every farm o| Catarrh, from a Simple Cold or
I flutmM to Loss of Smell, Taste, and Hearing,
Cougfl. iiroHnhiUs, and Catarrhal Cousumptiou, in "
every pacK?tje.
ondPnbJIo Bpeakcn without number owe their
present usufulnesi and auccew to 'anford's Radical
Cure for Catarrh. r
Rev. Dr. Wl?ln say :1 One of the best Nmedlea M
for Catarrh-nay, the beat remedy wo have fouud ?
in a li ctlmo of suflWlog?ls tfanrord's Bad.cal
Cure. It do in the hw?d and throat so thoroughly n
that, talon Mch morning on rNiug, thore are uo vunieaaaqt
secretins and no dlwareeable hawk- "
ingdurhurtha entire day, but ?u unprecedented
sr1" r
Km** Paco axp Ciikxicai. Cb., Boaton. fc
wflLLIMftt" Weary sufferer from Kheu
mat Ism, NeuraJma, Weak
SwSlf1 VoMli^WelVnS,
Shooting l*aliu through the Loins and Back, try r
these Plasters. Placed o*er the pit of the bturaaen, r
they prevent and cure Ague Palis, Bilious Collo,
Ltver Complaints, and protect the system from a i
thnnaantl flu ttftw. . jcl.imhaur' J
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c\. JOB WORK 1
^. v5? -v^^-uaaftin-^?ATTBI "- -
Vm v? and 17 VoortMuUi ?trwt? g
wot a faflhioxablg dltbss,
I OalllpolU Woman i.iun n Coat of Tt,
sod Kent bora.
g allifolu, 0., m?y 30.?a. fc?- dinin
a orphan girl, 15 jean old and am J.
ooUdr, named Annie Rhodea, came htr,
rom Middle port in learch of a woam
Lamed Maupin, for whom her mother bid '
ewed More her death at HunUojUn
IIib waa directed before atarting frot0
iliddleport to a mra. Ball, who, It ?u
id, would direct her to the houae ol
ilia. Maupin. It teems that the went
o "the *ro?g Ball'n ?t aiy rale, she i
rent to a prostitute of that narn? *1. i i
old ber Mrs. Maupin had left the dty
lire. Ball beraelf not wishing to employ
lit, she was dircted to the house ol a
irell-known proat'tute named Klla Herder,
?ho employed her to do kitchen work it
ilty cents a week. Alter remaining i
reek, durinit which time sho declares I Lit
he saw nothing wrong abont the home, ixcept
that one particular man camectiry
night, and who Herder said was her
The woman made tier a proposition to
rain her livelihood in a disreputable ??, 1
vhirh the girl indigiantly refused. Aier
being mistreatetl, the girl finally mule
ior escape from the house, and, being
lirected, went to the Mayor to get her
Jothes, which were mostly, on the order
>f the Mayor, sent to her. The story
eaked out about town, and last night a
nob of seventy-five or a hundred went to
rlerder's house and by force took her out
in the railroad, outside of the eorpon.
ion, and, stripping her, tarred and leath- ~
red her and left her, ordering her to
eave town at once. Annie Rhodes ii
leing cared for at the Kcker House.
Ah Tong, a Chinese laundryman hen
vho has been teased nearly to distraction
>y the boys, saw the majqueraders lut
light on their tar and feather expedition
ind got the impression that they were
ifler him, and so early this moruiit,
vblle waiting at the Mayor's office to make
oroplaint. appeared to tnsnddenlr rrtiy,
glanoring gitractt.
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Vnnllln.Lcnon?Orani*. ?lc..drr?rr?k?,
-rcuma,l*uitillUK?,?Ve., ua ilrllnttrl, nnU iim)<
irully ua the fruW from which U>eyar*auUc.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Jhicogo, 111. 6t. Louib, Mo.
Dr. Prlct's Cream Baking Powder
Price's Lupulln Toast Gems,
Best On Hop Venal.
ffctait, ?las* and ftjuccnsioaw.
Jtut opened, a (till lluo In
Stand, Hanging nnil lfrufkrt I.anipnl
lie beet and moatcompleto Lamp In the market.
At SO OK II Atl U A ruu IISK Of
3Uina and Grlaftswaro
AT L0WE8 r I'KICm.
ImpeoUon mpeelluUy invited.
myto T liao MAIN STREET.
XupniiCMO Tea Pot*,
Fine New, Goods, at moderate priw*.
rnyflO iUrket St. ono. SfoLnre Hqiw.
100 Boxes Imperial Call to ruin Oranges.
00 Bunohca Asplnwail Bananas.
J list received by N. 8CHULZ.
mylfl mo Market ftn*t,_
L^l No, lOOfl Mitln street-Grant Hoomj.
XnS ZIEQEKFRLDER bm leave to Inform the
ubllo that*be has opened a branch utoresi st?ov<?,
here everything in her line can Ik? bad the wne
I at ber establishment, No. CA Twelfth strait.
ICE CREAM at the lowest priccs. both wholetie
and reUll. wy< .
Steam Jtolirts. ^
800 Miles Only $10 00.
iom Wheeling: to Cincinnati & Iteturn.
$?'j2 T" " 8TE'lJI K" A!,DIM
MTM Winding tor ranclnn_.il mgr. J"JJJ
it*? during 'he Hummer One week of plenum
sautifnl Kcnery, and one day ai>d ulgbt la
iriiof A merle*
For jMmce apply to FRANK BOOTH.
Agent H'h'ebnXi
or "APT. C1IA8. MUHLEMAft, ou bo?rd.
galley jjltalinfl jKlnli*.
Finest Floor In the City.
Accessible from all Puru ol Town.
Bjo'j Till tor receive it ticket entitling Hi'o t?
chance in the Drawing for au Kleitant ttu?mb#r
t of Furniture, a FolJahed Bra** Centre Tabk,
Iter Water Pitcher and a Coinblnid Dinner im
* Set of China.
** *? Proprietor,
guMimss (Cnrd?.
eoeral Machinists and Engine Bullihrn,
Oor. Cb*j)lJneiu3d Eighteenth Statu.
SPECIAL ATTENTION girrn to KepeJr Work.
Agonti for tbe celebrated Jadtoa Uorenor.
Carpenter and Builder,
Brick and Wooden Building! Erected.
Sooto. Valleye Sky Light* ttountejiand SbelvJft
ill work promptly attended to on na*uo*M
MTSHOP?Alley IS. rear of CtpitoL BttldtM
WfUmnth Shop lo roar. w0.
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