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WHJEEX.IMO. W. VA., JUSfE 10, ISM.
Published dAllr (Buudxy* ooopttdj 07
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cireoua. Addrea
FHEW, GAHFHZLL A UABT,
Wheeling, W. Va.
[entered il the Poatofficv tt wheeling, w, Vjl.u
acopd fthw aietter.l
A Lost tiOd.
There is a tradition among Democrats
that tliero once lived * man named Tilden
whose counsels were wiao and whose advice
was followed by the members of the
party.. It may be true that such a man
did live, but he has gone oat of the recollection
of tlie present day. It wu said
among the wise men olt the party that
if Cleveland was elcctcd it wonld be the
same as if Tilden occupied tbo White
House. This bait was thrown to catch
sleeping Democrats and Induce them to
vote for Cleveland under the belief that
they would obtain revenge for a fancied
wrong againat Tilden in 1870.;
It was given out that Cleveland would
visit Greyston? every day or two and submit
his lines of policy and appointments
to tlietcrutiny of tbeSige. It was a very
nice urrangement, and as much as Mr.
Cleveland disliked the second fiddle programme
he never gave any outwurd evidence
of his disapproval, but let the Tilden
talk go for what it was worth. To
koop up appearances be actually visited
Groystone and saw tbe retired old man
saw wood and jump stako and rider
fences, and went away full of wisdom and
political sagacity, which ho purchaseu oy
the pound weight. Time rolled on, and
Cleveland rolled into the White House.
Was an image of Tilden ret outon the
lawn before which all should bow on
entering the portals? No; and further il
now begins to; dawn on the minds ol
ir.any that Cleveland is President in hfc
own right, and deals desolation or joy with
his own right band without the assistance
of the Grammercy Park athlete. Thai
god of the Bourbons has been lost sight
of; bis shrine is no longer worshiped
be is forsaken, and the children of Democ
racy have become as pagans.
There was also another man around
whom hungasuperetitlon. To elect bin
was also to avenge a fancied wrong, and <
load cry wont forth throughout the lani
of Cleveland, Hendricks and Reform. Thi
tail of the ticket looked scornfully at tin
head and tried to wag It. He swooped
down on Washington cr/ing, "ivory uiinf
goes." But he returned a srnldcr and c
wiser man.
I'uiijht Labor In ?uropv.
Robert P. Porter, alter making a tow
ot the quaint old towns o( Holland, bss incorporated
his observations of the mannei
in which theSulch people live ina length}
letter to tho Philadelphia I'rat. Holland
is a severely free trade country, and one
wonld know this without other evidence
when it is asserted that' the average
weekly wages ot workmen vary from fc! tc
$2 75 a week.
Mr. Porter takes four familesof artisanj
living at Arnliem, engaged In different occupation*,
and gives an account of their
mode of living. The first family consists
of a smith, wife and one child; the family
of a mason, including a wife, and two children;
the family of a bricklayer, and
fourth the family of a bricklayer's mate,
wife and four little children. The weekly
expenses of the first family amount to
$3 71; the second *4 81; the third $3 99,
and the fourth $143.
Mr. Porter remarks "that in analyzing
these European incomes, and ascertaining
for what the money goes, one realises
more fuilv the wretched manner of living.
All these are skilled workers. Three out
of tlie four provide lor their families on
lets than $4 a week, and the fourth for
less than $5 a week. These aro not exceptional
cases, but are given by a committee
as fair samples, after they had investigated
hundreds of families and devoted
three months to the work. Meat
scarcely figures at all, and with one exception
spirits and beer are excluded."
This is in startling contrast to the compensation
paid American workmen under
the protective policy of the (Republican
party. To warn the American laborer
further against the dangers of free trade,
it may be staled that these ill paid European
workmen consider horaellesh a Sunday
luxury.
Mr. Porter concludes his letter as follows:
To Americans it matters little whether
Holland 1b a r'reo-trauo or x-roucuou
country. It happens to be economically
wedded to the former doctrine. The leeeon
for ue is to learn in these llgures la one
that applios to all of Europe. Any reduction
of duty In our present tariff brings us
in more direct competition with a class of
laborers who are paid about $4 a week,
and whose chief food is black bread and
fat. The practical question for American
Protectionist* la , not, therefore,
whether the remuneration for labor
1s higher in Free-trade Great
Britain and Holland or Protection
France and Germany, but how the general
wages paid in these countries would
auit the American skilled and unskilled
workman. There can be no fairer nor
more reliable statement of these facts in
Holland than the one presented in this letter.
It gives the very essential elements
of the problem, namely, what the workman
actually earns and an itemised account
of bow he spends it. And,, moreover,
the inquiry is based upon a thorough
and extended examination of the accounts
of the working classes. It was not obtained
from the counting-room of a manufacturer,
and Ia not an estimate of what the
workers might earn under tho moat favorable
circumstances.
And yet the party in power contemplates
an attack upon the protective tariff sys
tern, fostered by tb? KepnDiican puny,a<
the next session of Congress. Fortunately
there are some gentlemen In the Democratic
party who,do not believe that all
the distress in the world is in this country,
recognize the greater dillress and doe per
degradation ol the pauper laborer ol beetrade
Europe, ?nd that the American
laborer, in spite'of hard times;brought on
by natural causes, is a king compared with
him,
Onrthrowa br Urn,
The "Grand Old Man", aa Gladstone is
called, has met with defeat in the British
House of Commons, and his downfall was
caused by the tax on beer. Through all
the excitement attending the aqanouncement
of the vote and the victorious howls
of the Conservatives and Paraellite* the
r ' j'V ; v .'
J
Premier maintained a dignified bearing
and met the rebuff with statesmanlike
calmness. It aeems that-the rot* of the
opposition ?onlcUiave carried more lone
with it if it had been on a more dignified
(object The government hid a choice of
two things?raise the tax on tea and sugar
or beer. They chose tbe latter, being a
luxury. While tea is in a certain sense a
luxury it is an^InnoeSnnsnsprhtelrcarrnot
be truthfully said of beer, and it docs
not require the straining of a point to assert
that sugar isa necessity. The vote of
tbe opposition has the flavor oi a whisky
electioneering policy, and they are not to
beenvied in tbeir victory.
CULLED CONCK1T8.
Vm, Kept You from CiieaUug,
Buffalo Courier (Dm.)
There to probably no more offensive
partisan in the country tban "little Johnny"
Davenport, the fhiel supervisor of
Republican election frauds In the city of
New York.
Political Purgatory.
ClccdoMl Leader [Sep.)
Cleveland's position midway between
il10 Massachusetts Mugwumps and the
Mississippi murderer* must occasionally
remind him of purgatory. We will leave
it to our Democratic friends to decide
whether political sheoi is ia Boston or
Copiah county.
Will Have to Olr? II U|I.
SL LouU QUOe Democrat (Hep)
It in evident that the President is meeting
with the same sort of embarrassment
In Ills efforts to be good that interfered
with the pious desires of the citlsen of
Arkansas who said to the minister: "I
guess I'll have to give it up revery time I
think I've got my religion solid, somethin'
turns up that jest makes me cuss, and I
can't help it."
Shakaapaare Barllad/
Chicago Xeift.
Shakespeare will now have to be revland
In accordance with the biblical re*
vision, as follows:
Hear it not, Duncan, for It Is the Icneol
That summons thee to Heaven or toshcol.
As Dangerous as the Russian Bear,
'Philadelphia Press.
The Knglhh authorities are making a
rigorous effort to muzzle Sir Peter Lurnsden,
but with poor success. Lumsdenis
' about as dangerous as the Russian bear. |
Becoming Cautious.
_ Jktroil Pott [Rev).
' The New York Timet, which started off!
' by commending all of President Clevei
land's appointments, has got its fingers
, burned bo often and so severely that it
now cautiously remarks, touching the selection
of a new Minister to China, that it
' looks like a good one; but,until the record
; of the man appointed by this adinlnistra
tion is looked up, "you uannot be sure the
' worst has been told about him." Just so;
in fact, very much so.
I Advioo From Father Dana.
Hew VorkSun (Ind. JJem.)
' Would it not be wieor, as Us would bo'
' franker, to remove Kepublicans without
I auy inquisition into the extent of their'
, partisan offenses? Is it to be expected
that Democratic officials will consent, or
that Democrats generally desire that they
I should consent, to keep their partisanship
- ? U. .I
I Wltuiu UIB UIDKO KUU uuuuuo Wt 4uuuw.
L sive partisanship? Is not the administration,
from some vaaue regard for civil service
reform notions accepted by the majority
of neither Republicans nor Democrats,
laying the foundation of future em
barrassments?
l-'cnrful rouilbllUlef.
" LouUellle Oourltr Journal.
Mu?t tho gambler go? Mu*t the milkman ciase ||
To pump tt brink of day?
i Must the Mother llubbara bo loss obno?
( Mutt the tardy debtor pay?
> Must tho meter for Rag be taken out? J
Mu t the small boy cea- e to bo?
I Mutt the atrawborry man pood measure about?
f Muat our uavy go to aea?
Ho Didn't Mcittuerlze Them. I
, Philadelphia CaU.
The Rev. Mr. Windbag was taking din-'
, ner with Deacon Baldy, when the solemnity
which is usuall prevalent on such occasions
was broken by the Deacon's youngest
; exclaiming:
( "Say, Mr. Windbag, is yon a mesmer
"No, Thomas, I am a minister of the
Gospel. Why?"
"'Cause I heard pap tell Deacon Jones
that whenever you opened your mouth
the congregation went to sleep, and I
thought maybe you mesmerized them."
(The Deacon and the' Bev. Windbag
never speak as they para by.)
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however large, speedily and painlessly
cured without knife, caustic, powder or
ointment. Consultation tree. Write [or
pamphlet and references, enclosing two
letter stamps for reply. World's Dispensary
Medical Association, 003 Slain btreet,
Buffalo, N. Y.
"Will tho coming man be happy?"
asks 41 writer. It depends to a great extent
upon whether his wife has got tired
and gone to sleep or is still waiting up for
him.
These are Solid Fact!.
The best blood purifier and system regulator
ever placed within the reach of
suturing humanity, truly is Electric Bitten.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness,
Jaundice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or
any disease of the urinary organs, or whoever
requires an appetiier, tonic or mild
stimuleut, will always find tlectnc iiittcrs
the best and only certain cure known.
They act surely and quickly; every bottle
guaranteed to. give entire satislaction
or money refunded. Sold at fifty cents a
bottle by Logan & Co. jiwraw
"Doesour constant chatter disturb you?"
asked a lady of a fellow passenger on a
train going West. "So ma'am; I have
been married nigb onto thirty years."
A.vhii's Sarsaparilla is a highly concentrated
extract of Sarsaparilla, and other
blood purifying roots, combined with Iodide
of Potassium aud Iron. Its control
over scrofulous diseases is unequal u<l by
any other medicine. n.tw
Bncklen'a ArnicaSnlvn.
The best Salvo In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Soree, Ulcere, Salt Kbeum. Fever
Kores. Tetter. Channed Hands. Ohilblalna.
Corns and all Skin Eruption*), and positively
cares Piles, or no pay required. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Logan A On.
Hopeless!?"JCnfant Terrible" (such a
clever child!?aoobservant!): "'Gran'ma',
1 don't think your moustacbers 'II ever be
as good ones as Uncle George's1"?Punch.
Nervous Debilitated Man
You arc allowed a free trial of thirty days
of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated voltaic
Belt with Electric Suspensory Appliances,
for the speedy relief and permanent cure
of nervous debility, loss of Vitality and
Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also,
for many otbef diseases. Complete restore-,
liou to health, viior and manhood iruaran
teed. No rialc b incurred. Illustrated
pamphlet, with fall information, terms,
etc., mailed free by addreaalng Voltaic Belt
Co.. Marshall, Mich. nwr.iir
jjpccial JlotUc*.
A OABD^-To >11 who an nUtetaf fcirti errata
and lndkonUoni o! youth, nemos weaknm,
early decay, loaol aaahood. Ac., I will Mud a recipe
that will curt TOO, FRHi OF CHARGE. This
treat mud/ was dbcorend by a mUosarr In
Sooth America. Send nll-addmcd envelope to
Bit. Joan T. In h an, Station D? Hew York.
IrU-wrww
FIT*.-A11 Pits Itoppod free by Dr. Blnt't Great
Htrrt Beatorar. No Flu alter dm (I.J I uae. MarTtlotucnrte.
Tttatlteaad >00 trial bottle Iim to
Fit cam. Bend to Dr. Kline, W1 Arch St, rhlla.,
Pa. Oaooar Institute, m Aroh SL, Phils., Fa. so
to It MtKWMV
A Lock of (lnlt??u'? Hair.
? ?*...*t? a?i<>i < ??? *#
The cabinet ol carfoaitleB^ the BeadLetter
Office containa a lock of Charlea
Gulteau'a hair. It fa wmtbythe assassin
to a voting lady who had written him
a Fvmpathizini! letter, but it waa never
called toj and eventually foundlta wa* to
the Dead-Letter Office. Gen. Crocker,
tk. nf fha {?!). RavH 1 (i uiteau re
ceived more letter* of condolence than
people were aware of. _ Jfaureeka after
the araaesinatlon Gulteau's null would
frtquently excee-UOO letters* day. Moat
of ttiese communications were abusive in
character and in many caaes threatening.
Occasionally a crank like himself would
write anonymously, commending Guiteau
for his act
Something About Doctort._
The ptijsicians mean well anfwork for
the beat, bnt they cannot always reach
tho source of disease and drive it oat as
Brown's Iron Bitters can. Mr. H. OT
Hyatt, of the Minor House. Montgomery,
Ga., writes: "My wife, who hoe been an
invalid for nearly a year, has been zreatly
benefited by using Brown's Iron Bitters.
Provions to taking it sbe had prominent
physicians in Atlanta, Macon, and other
cities attending her, without receiving
***' ' Kawnfl* u'hnt nhvuii'iaiiM have fail
ml to do, Brown's Iron Bitters hu accomplished."
. ...
GERiaah REMCOY
PORPAIN. .
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soiatioa,
Lurr-bioo, B?csichfl. Hwdache. Toothiche.
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Sou kjr Unolitind Dm*n ?wrwUr?. ??/ CvaU ? Mtta,
OimtlMMlB 11 Ul?M0l.
THIS Clf AULES A. VOGELEB CO,
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golUt Shatlng jUtthf.
P.HAPlTMF Rfmi RlMlf.
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Finest Floor in the City,
BEST LIGHTED,
BEST VENTILATED,
Accessible from all PaxU of Town.
?P? " ' ! i ;
Erenr Tiiltor reeel\r?? a llcket entitling then to
1a cliatico in the Drawing for au Eleeaot, 0hamber
I Het of Fmnlture, a Polished JIws Centre Table, a
, BUvcr Water Pitcher and a Combined Dinner and
afffleiot ChiniiaMWliKI
ENTLER A REYNOLDS,
' my36 Proprietors.:
?U gUfintrjj.
J^UBHIOATING, j;
Machinery and Cylinder Oils 1
The price-of good Lubric OIli wu never ?ol6w,
as at present, fnro Natural W?t Virginia Paragon
Lubricating, and the best omn marxti xor neapera
and Farm Machinery.
.FOR 8ALE BY
ISAIAH WARREN & CO.
;
gPfilNG WATER
\V liito Lamp Oil!
OF 115 DEOBKES FIUK TEST,
Our.old "Oriental llrand'-a safe, brilliant and
toft iuht, warranted to stand a higbor flro test
thanimy Burning Oil in tbla market, at loss cost
to ine consumer., 4, '
ISAIAH WARREN & CO.
myift Mwp.uy
gee.
ICJE3! ICE! ICE!
C. SEIBERT & SONS
| Are prepared to furnUh the finest quality of Ice at I
the lowest rates. Leave orders at their office,
Six doou below Postoffice. j
Ice Depot open every day. Sunday Included.
Telephone connection. Branch Office. 1109 Markeutrwt
.myl5
JCfi! ICE!
We are prepared to deliver first claw Ice to all
parts of the diy, either by wholesale or retail, at
the lowest price. ' BALL DR03.,
Office In Armstrong, Coen & Co.'s Building,
myiio Tpnth Street near Mwrlcct.
ConCcclioncsy.
QRANGE8 AND BANANAS.
i 100 Boxes Imperial California Oranges.
CO Bunches Aspinwall Bananas.
Just received by N. SCHULZ,
mylfl- ' 1*19 Varltetfitroatt
"VfEVV ICE CREAM PARLOBS AT
JLi' No. 1008 Main street-Grant House.
WM.ZIEOENFi^ER Jb^J^etotaformthe
PUUIIB UIUIOO aUVIH'UVU ?? umuuu avuiu wa HUWIlif
where everything in her iluo caa be hid the same
u at her eatablhuunent. No. CO Twelfth atrect.
IOB CREAM at the lowest prices, both whole*
wilo hiii] reMI. rnv4
TRAVIS LIS K8' tiUIOK.
A BRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
XJLTKAINS?EXTLAXATlOW or BKFRUNbl M AUKS,
\Vho?5t ^Tlrae-* excepted. JMonday excepted.?
. ' Depart. ArriveB.AO.R.
R.-KAFT.
gxprita. 8:40 am* 8:50 pm
Fxpres?.. L.; " 5:30 p m 10:15 m m
Cninbcrlaud Accom 8:16 am 4:.i'tpm
Haanltigton Accom.. . 4:10 pm 8:40am
MouncUviUoAccom li;36am 1:20 pm
vnr,
Expre?a(ChIcago and Col)...,., * 9:16 am 6:20 am
Express (Chicago and Coll...... * 7:60 pm 7:40 a m
Rxprnni (Chicago and Col) *10:26 pm * 0:80 pm
ZaQctylile Acoom...^.,.^ 8:40pm 10:60am
Zanetville Accom 7:85am 8:50pm
W.,P.*B.l>hr.
Waahlngtonand Pi?taburgh.? * 6^5am til:06am
Waihlngton and Plttatmrgh... 7,M0 a m j?:06 pin
HUUilllWIU M1U IltHUUIIUn. ?.? M " J".Ill UIU
Washington t 8:06pa 8:10am
P? C. 4Ht. L. By.?KlffT. r
Pittsburgh t 7;25n m t 6:Mpm
Pltttborgh and New York t 1:20 pa t 8:35 pm
Pitaburgh and New York...... 14:10 p m fll:65 a m
wur.
Szprca, Cln. and St Koufi.17:25 a m 17:06 a m
Ezprea, Cln. and 8U Lou I*.... j 8:40 pm f fi-.Mpm
KxpraM, BtenbenvUJe & Col... f 1:20 p m t 3:35 p tn
^tEWST 1 i!Wpn
plttubursb, live. ?fc CbL 5:47ant M8pm
Wellavllle, Clove. A Cbl......... ?:<? a in t 8:18 a m
Pitt*., New York <k Cbl.......... 11:07am f 1:28 pm
Plttabargb and New York 4:11 pm f 4:4?pin
KiHt Liverpool Accoa............ 5:18 pa f 8:20 a m
I.. .V W. 1C. IC
Exoraa, nivewmi, s, ? w... iu:i7n m r.7pm
Ma?Uon Accom..................... 1:17pm 9:52am
8L CUdnnrUle Atcom?9:17am 8:17 a ra
fit, Clalravillo A ream.... 1:87pm 1:21pm
St. CUliKVlllo Accon>......v 5:17 pip 5t07 pm
Local Freight and Accotrt...... ,4:47am 9:00 p.m
Ohio Itlvar KiUlrond.
pM>ciiKtT... 6:85 a m *11:90 am
IVwnger......*. .... 4:00 p m 8:85 pm
ftJSCZ-.; ?ZZ? 9 Kg am 6:15 pm
U.. Z. Si 0. Railroad.
' Lcart Bellalra at 12d0 p, lL for 8omm?rfl?ld. .
Leave Boilalro at 9:10 a. m. tor 8ummcrflold and
Zanmvllle.
Lev. Britain) it CJO r. *. lor WoodaOcld.
r Arrive at BoUalre a:X> a. a., 11:00a. and 4:00
yyHEELING A ELM GKOVE It R.
|WBWBB| ??
6:10 ," 9:00 7:00 ? j.?oo .
88 " Jiffi? ?;S" \Z!!
9:00 ? 11:00 ' 10:00 " 6:00 "
10:U) ' 6:10 " 11:110 ?:10 ?
11:00 ? 7:00 am " 7:oo "
12:00 ? ?:oo " 1:00 "
JO " ?:.? "
10:06 "
ok nnun
U?t. oUr 117 A. i. ud ran every hour until I
'ufvr Wheeling Fuk it I A. *. ud run nor
hour until 10 r.V. C. HIHSCH,
mU Superintendent.
Uttsj ^ibinttunuitti,
TTIOR BENT-OSE FURNISHED AND
X one unfurnished room. Good location. Apply
at UtU offlca. I -jao
"DOABDEBS WANTED?BOABDING
X> by the day or jredf can be bad it Ko. M sixteenth
atrect. Cental tot ill r*r.i of the city.
ImM.modOTtn. .... - 1?1?
Thm wlll be a regnUr meeting of Wholly
Ing at ??0 sharp. Woikln D. V. Degree, and other
Important bnirineti ' Xwr amber la expected to
bepmenL D. A. TAYLOR,
jelb ' v " Secretary." i
XpOR CHARLESTON ANDIN-, tCEn
r TERMED LATE PoluU Tk? .flnelflK&K
passenger aieamer
W. N. Chancellor,
? P. CmuimiflB~..~ ....Master
I*AjB.Uuim?trroJf, Clerk,
will leave for the above on Fbiday. Join 12. at 4
"l& y0rff^ht?^P^A^yflg&^r^,g
JEWETTS
WATER COOLERS,
JEWJtTTfl WA1EB FILTERS
And Filter.) and Cooler# Together, at
NI8BITT 4 BHO.'S,
JelO 1P? Market flreel
\,TOTHERS LOOK AT OUR NEW
1U line, of :
Children's NeokweurJ
We. havo a b#autlfuJ line of PLAIDS In leading
ahodoa. D. QUNDUNG 6 CO., '
lelO M Twelfth Stmt.
83.
Oulj O 00 (or One DoKn
Cabinet Photocraplis!
HID ' ninOIMg OALLBKY.
QOMMISSIONEK'S SALE.
8uteof\Ve?tVlrslnU.clirof Wheeling, si. In
tin Unnl/ilul fVtlirt ?I WhMtlillff.
JobnB. Dougherty, administrator!
ol the estate of J.evi Noble, deceased.
fin Chancory.
. i ' vs.
Martha C. Noble and other*.
In pursuance of thu authority verted in ine by a
decree of laid Court entered in thu above entltlod
cauto on the 29th day oi Hay, J885.1 will tell at the
front door of the Court House of Ohio County,Wot
Virginia, on
FRIDAY, JULY 10,1885,
btflnniog at 10 O'clock a. x, the following described
real estate: Two lots of ground number*
ed fix aud seven in John MeLure's addition to the
City of Whee.lng, in the Fitat ward :*sald lots lying
west of aud fronting on the coun'irrood le<dng
from'the National road (0 Mount. Wood Cemetery.
Tinas Of 8AO5-0ne-thiid aud wmuchmoreas
the pu'ubaser elects to pay in coih, th? balance In
two equal installments at six and twelvo months
with interest from the any of sale, evidenced by
promistory notes, title tt be retained until payment
in full. ? ...
W. J. W. COWDXN, foccial Coousissiooer.
I 'ereby certify that said bpeclal Commissioner
has given bond aud security in accordance with
taw, as required by said decree.
THOHAS M. DARRAH.
. .. . derlc of the Municipal Court of Wheeling,
w; H. itallot, Auctioneer. joto
C0MMI?88ALK.
8(ate of West Virginia, Cit? of Wheeling, a. In
the Municipal Court of Wheeling..
W, J. W. CoVden, guardian ol John 1
WIUlam^cMa?:en L chancery.
EmmaJ. -McJIaster and others. j
in pursuance o! the authority vested in me by a
decr?eof said Court entered in the above entitled
c tuse on the 27th day of May, 1886,1 will tell at the
front door of the Court House ol Ohio County,West
Virginia, on
FRIDAY,JULY 10,IBM,
commencing "t 10'dock a. m., the following described
real estate:
First?A certain lot or parcel of land situate In
the City of Wheeling, Conuty of Ohio. H ateofWest
Virginia, on the southeast side of South Huron
street, on Wheeling Itfand, being Lot-No. 21 in
William Armstrongs addJt'onto saiddty, which
Is thirty feet front on ta!4 South Huron street, and
runs buck of even width one hundrod and twenty
feet to the alley In the rear.
Second?All that nut or portion of the piece of
ground situste in john-1'. Gilchrists ndditioa to
the Cl'y of Wheeling. bounded and desnribed as
folio Beginning ht a point in the north line of
Kentucky street, seventy-five feet west from tbe
northwest corner of North Front street and Kentucky
street: and running thence north one hundred
and forty-one and four.twelfihi feet to an
alley: theuce west' with sxld- alley thirty and
eight-twelfths , feet; thence south parallel with
North York street one hundred and forty feet to
Kentucky street; thence east with Kentucky street
forty one feet to the place of beginning, beta* Lot
No. 2 of said Gilchrist's addition, ay de-tlgmtcd on
the put of said addition.
Tunis or sale-ono-third and so much more as
tbepurofcaser eloct* to pay in cash, tho balance in
two equsl installment* at six and twelvemonths,
evidenced by promissory notes with ample security
.bearing iotorcrt from tho day of silo, and a lieu to
be retained on the pioperty until all the purchase
money is fullr psld. .
S&SSffiss
I UVtVIIJ <-U HI J lUntKOKI C|?'kiui UUUIIUUtlUMSI
but given bond tod Moa ity la accordance -with
law, u requited by laid decree-.
THOMAS Jf. DARRAII,
Clerk of the Municipal Court of Wheel)nr.
W. H. H* v kk> AuoUoneor. JclO
'
ARE 8TIIX TRIUMPHANT!
For fifteen jean they have ateadily gained In
..,.,1 ..HI. ..1? cm.vf.i nil v InnMftilnir havo
become the must ppular Corsets tbroagboDt the
Ifuited dtate*.
The "Q" quality li warranted to wear twice u
long as ordinary Cornets, and testimonials without
number oould be given of the perfect taUsfactlon
ther bave afforded for a long series of yean.
Tbo VG. aud K. H qualities are made extra
long, as well as ngular length, and sold at the
same prtoe. '
Retailers are autn^rlttd to refund money, If on
examination these Corsets do not prove as represented.
For sale everywhere. ; '
Catalogue free on spnlicatlon..
THOMSON,; LASGDOK A CO., Mfta,
70 and 78 Worth Street, New York.
aprl7?Mwa> <
nriiP\f will FIT.
i hi" w are stylish.
I Ufa I will please you.
THIS ?
.MEN'S FINE SHOES
\ J I IIASD-MABE
L VA GOODYKAI11VKLT8
SEWED'
' >' jraosar
HATHAWAY. SOULE & HIUMMTOH.
ALWAYS BEI.IAULK.
use nrvt-clMS stock and employ none but skilled
v trartmeo. As.we iumtlMd more and looter expertrooarelootlaaforitoodarticleataroedlnmprto
j
WHANTED.?L?dlM *r d natlomen to take nlee
Uitht, plttunat work, at their owa homes. Work I
rat by mall ?njr dlaUooo all the year round. 12
to ifta il?y mu be vuulat no cunvuilug
Addrea, RELIABLE M|FO CO., Phil*., Pa.. Box
JfiW. - "jesiiwraw
,;;TOE gbntjunib
luMwviim
iryy?irTni
MUUgUaAj^^l
il Ii lluntutnnA onlr lqr
R. H. LIST,
Dronlit, 1010 Mala strwl.
VBewattaf Imtutfoni.'" m
ICapt? TOawhottw.
ltol liiHon, Fari? &, Co.,
Kwtifutnrcn ud DoUtn In every rtrlet; ol
^HUhcrt cub prtw paid lot Bap, P?p? ud Old
... . . *>1
oto. g. gaglw.
ncn D TAVIHD
ULUilli I n ILUIIII
-?i&:-:|rr |
; ')' - M ' .) '
? Our New Stock of Spring
and Summer Goods now being
complete we would invite the
ladies to call early and make i
their selections before the I
choicest good have been sold.
Each Department is now replete
with the Newest and the Best, i
To ladies contemplating the i
purchase of a
BLACK GROS GRAIN
-ORJersey
Silk!
We would say that the Best
Lyons Goods known are repre,
sented in our imjnense stock.
SPECIAL ATTENTION.
Is called to a particular make ol
Lyons Gros Grain, that we control
in this market, which in all
cases has given entire satisfaction
to the customer, and being
'V SUBE
SiJLB
we can afford them at a very
small advance over cost.
JERSEY SILKS
Are deservedly popular, and
can be found in our stock at all
prices from $1 25 to $2 25.
4 ' ,7 ! : j'; uV* '
WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS
In a great variety of combination
Suitings and plain goods in
the New Baize and Alderny
, shades. Tricot Cloths are still
as fashionable as ever, and sold
at lower prices than last year.
We have just opened full and
complete lines of
Ladies' Caipb. Underwear,
Ladies' Gauze Underwear,
Ladies' Silk Gloves and Mitts,
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas,
Japanese Fans,
Austrian Fans,
White Embroidered Robes,
Sattine Robes, all colors,
French Sattines;
Children's Emb'd Caps,
Infants' Cloaks,
Fine Jersey Jackets,
White Flannel Suitings,
Jersey Stripes,
Lawn Tennis Suitings,
- Combination Silks,
Jersey Foulards,
Cambric Aprons*
Cream Albatross,
Cream Laces,
Spanish Lace, 28-inch,
Lace Flouncings,
Beaded Laces,
Misses' Wraps,
Boys' Shirt Waists,
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery,
Embroideries,
Handkerchiefs,
Lace Curtains, j
Counterpanes,
ToWo T .innnfa.
All just opened and ready for
inspection.
The most desirable street i
wrap offered this spring is the '
Black Embroidered Drap d'ete Mantle, .
We show in all qualities from
six to thirty-two dollars.
VELVET GRENADINES
In new and choice designs for
Wraps and Dresses opened
This Morning.
GEO.H.TAYLOR.
??
Soflro ft 9a.
|
BARD TOTHE TRADE1
We taka pleastutf in reminding fee trade that wt
iremaanlutarcrtof
LOGAN, LIST & CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Powder, *
Am adrertUGd and told by oa for many years.
It Is carefully and ikfllfnlly prepared in accordingi
with the Kenolne forauu, which feu nerer
ind from Strictly pom and Wholcsomk Mat*
biam. It oon tains no alum, Li?a. or other injuri)Oi
Ingredients: and Is Acknowledged u superior
In all respects to any Baking Powder in the roar- j
Set. Our I'owder 1* pat npiu 5 and 10 lb. boies, I
ind In dime, and lib, cans. I
Be on your guard sgainst imitations. Bee that \
dut addseu la on each box and label, Address all
order* to
LOGAN & CO., Prop's and Manuf rs,
roccxaaatt to lotah, lot a co., ^
WHOLESALE DBUQGIfiTS,
apnSO Wheeling, W. Va.
JTtliicrt gaiutf.
WATER.PBOOF
HaaiJii I ii:ua>i nA;?n l
nuflupniAcu numi1
MANUFACTURED BY
Tlio Ullmunn & Phllpott M'lg Co.,
CLEVELAND, O.
These Paluts are designed for til kind* of Paintlug,
equally applicable to Wood, Iron. Btone or
Bnck fatructnns. The base of three Mixed Paints
Is strictly oure Lead and best Oxide of Zinc, cornblued
with the required pfgiuenia.aod greond in
Pure LliiK-ed OIL Tbejr answer equally to In and
outdoor work, and for any object which It nay be
desirable to paint, and are not affected by climate
or temperature. Theyaffoid a coiulderabje sav- f
lug in lime and labor, and are easily applied by f
the most lnezperienoed person I
We manufacture thro Paints from the boatmaterial
ouly and make it our special study that they
shall excel for glony lUihh and durability. They
are fast displacing the older Paints, as thoiciwho
h.vaMMii 11...... ..iici. will nntwuntinv other kind.
.BOLD BY
LOGAN & CO,,
Wholesale Drngglito,
my27 WHEELING, V?. VA.
ggttMftttnfcghittflXSaa&s.
B. F. Caldwell
1500, 1502 MARKET ST.,
WHEELING, W. VA. I
N*AB POBTOFflCE.
Parlor and Bed-Room
FURNITURE !
Dining-Room & Kitchen Outfits. (
WOOD, SLATE AND IEON
MANTELS!
Furniture Repaired. myl3 ^
pLY FANS, 3
FLYTRAPS.
WIRE DISH COVERS, REFRIQERATOKS,
WATER COOLERS, S
- Oil and Gm 8tove?. Ac..at P
C. K. HTIFEL A SONS', fj
Jcl 1021 Main Strwt
IgOMETHING .NEW! ^
The Ideal Smoothing Iron. f
Far Superior to anything yet on the market y
Call and see them* i
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS, tJ
myQSYTM 1210 Main Street
China, ?lass and fljutenswae*.
JgLECTlUC
LjfLIMIIFSI "
\
Just opened, a full line in
Stand, Hanging and Bracket lamps!
The beet and moat complete lamp In tho market f
ALSO ON IfAtfD X FULL LINK Of jj
China and. Glassware
AT LOWEST PRICE. .
'impecUonreepectfullylnvfted. |
JOHN FRIEDEL. J
myBO 1180 MAIN HTBEKT.
rj^HE NEW
Star Library Lamp,
wrlth Cat Priims and 14>lncli Shade. 60 Candle **
Power.
Call and see them. EWING BROS.,
je9 Market St. onn. VcLure Home.
SUvMc "cfiUvh*. I
IESTABUBHEL) 1862.) '
CARROLL &, I1HO.,
Granite and Marble Workers,1
Nos, 6,8 & 10 Sixteenth St. <
?Tu> Dlnna ?fMm \
WHKKLINQ, W. VA.,
Have on hand & flno assortment of
cl
(Jrnnlte anil Marble Monument*,
SI
Ind the Latest Stylca of Eastern Work, which will
ae sold at reasonable priw*. anrlft
ghatflflpeaphg. [
so #? so
Will tet One Dozen Beat Satin rinlilud
Cabinet Photogrrapha
And don't yoa forget It,
-A.T BROWN'S, t
?pr? 13B MARKET 8TBPST.
pABSONS,
A.rtiMtlo Photographer,
PARLOUS, B
(?M Onnmillfl VnLnre Hno?. city. Cf
???????????? n.
glnctro?yiattng. r
Butter dishes,
r
Silver Plated, |]
For It CO 10 MOO etch,
jw; wnm.iso niNOK cn. -J
gtclut
B37. I
Round trip Tlcketi from Wheeling to Llvorpool.
ucemtown, GliuiKotr, Londenderry or BeUut and i
iturn to *heellog. tnoludtng boarding on the
K
JO orBoaUi Bnnch Mil J?oob suml >
!e0. e. stifel;
&c CO. 1
: j
.*
|
We shall open this morning t
new purchase of j
i
L^CIE
1
c
CurtainSI;
i
Including some entirely new !
iffects, never shown here. 1
25 PIECES FANCY
.ace Striped Scrim.
From io cts. per yard up.
ANOTHER CHOICE LOT OF '
'rinted Batistes & Satteens
PARASOLS
In all the New Designs.
IEO.E.STIFEL&CO.
1114 MLA.IIV ST.
Market St. Entrance through
5eo. L. Durst's Confectionery.
my2 .
Sty (Goods.
I. S. RHODES & GO.
THREE
Special Bargains!
Bargain i;?600 Turkish
bowels at 20 cents, former price
5 cents.
Barcain 2.?Fast Colored .
iatteens at 15 cents, reduced
:om 25 cents.
Bargain 3.?500 yards best
'urkey Red Table Damask in
? - <rS: - . f^U-s 1
remnants, ii-om nvo 10 mree
ards each. Away down below
lie regular price.
Just Opened!
New Styles in Printed Batiste
i White and Ecru grounds.
New Embroidered Robes in
Vhite and Ecru.
New Embroidered and Lace
bouncing with narrpw width to
latch.
L S. RHODES & CO.,
11*5? XLAXJSC ST.
my a
Catptts, -Ettmihtrc, tec.
NEWEST i)JiixGNS
-IN-URNITURE
For all TTaea.
AltLOfl, LIBRARY, BED-ROOM, ,
ALL XADX TO WEUL
3. Mendel & Co.
See our Drapery Department,
nd you will see everything derable
in
k - - a A.
Mains & portieres
At Prices that will prove
an inducement.
3J-. Mendel Ac Co.
Our Store is full of Genuine
arcains, and all Departments
mtain complete stocks of low j
riced goods.
!. MENDEL & CO.,!
11S4 Main Street.
nrM
gtWittfl gfolchlCM. ]
T STANDS AT THE HEAD1
The Light Running- Domestic.
'or Artistic bt*utf It bu no eouaL AU com*
Itorv reoorniM it m tht itoi iteri of txoelltoce.
oflicu will remain at
' Ho, 19 Twiumt iimr.
prS8 W, U. flJTO MtOilWi
gmrtteJahj.
JIEU8TEE S SALE. '?
Sfffi&fc** ?.
SfnS'o'hlSiSSw.S'vt?^ S'^nS
nut BodtlSo. 1?, pii, k, lMirti
llgaggp!^
SmsSSKSB
j^i^swwsisrs
modi aMtu
S.<g?IP^lll|
thren lor the deferred pejntenu. t?^ JlfJ? J*
W. H HALU?. Auctioneer.
JIRUSTEE'S SALE. '
By virtue of a need of Trust irai. hr Cm*. ?
fry. to me. si tro*c. dated Juue fo 83 ?
MONDAY, THE 1?TH DAY OF JULY, Iwi
Melnnicf at 10 o'c'ock a. the JoUoirin. ?
NUt* luTilidelphla DUtrici, Ohio Couutr iS
Virginia, on Ueunlh loik d liiw?, RL "
uid ud tile ?MI Union tod Koney'? floJm Tmi?
Fdke. coaultlln, 4 ?rr.f, norc ?r :ta-.
iouUd tTJ by ttm llrlfenbine end vilr l.vrt^!
taled FefiraMT1J& MCoiSid I "jg? ig&J
if (an 15J. A ?? place of land arfjoEffi
ibotc and containing 3 air,.. mote ?t lA
Wed to .aid *iy y ie?i> Powell, by 0t*SjJ2|
luce J2.UB>, ncoraod In Deed Book ho. ;i7,?
223- TlUe toabore plecabelieved 10 te ilrtS
but selling ai trniloe 1 will roarey only 11*22,
rental In me by add deed ol trai: w
Tla*lorlUL?-(jiie Ihlrd and u much nop ?
the purchaser elect. to p.y In cub ?? ,fc. g! 'J
ills, the balance In two equal liut.lraf uu Jz
ma two toms, wiui intereo, for which th<
chmor ihtll execute his notei witbioodKcnm?
the legal UUo to be retaluud at further KcuStr J '
it the nurcbuer'i option bo n>iy kcure the
by deed oC tcufct ou the property.
TS'l. SALE 0K I'KltS0!''-H
Br virtue of a Deed of Trust made by Cbrtelu
Beibke and Kate Beibke bli wife, tn the uiH
ilgned trustee, dated thead dtr ofFebru^, K?
ind recorded in Deed of Truit Book No. l?! mbi
110, he will, 011
SATURDAY, JUKE 6, lfSj,
commendniet 10o'clock a.* *)] ?tpublicm*
tion io the highest and b??t bidder, the (o,io*Kf
described 'personal property, to-wit: Ihiny tw
thousand two bundled and, dftr-ilx beer bolt)* i
now u*ed by ?aid Heibke In bis beer bottlln* bmj. <
neu; thirty-two (S2) doaea boxu for holdiug trrf
bottles; one hundied and fifty (iso) Birth
boxes; four hundred and ninety Ave ?xt tn
doxen beer boxes; three d?ka, cbiln, two Unwind
all other, the Property cotnuMirg the officii
furniture of laid Blebke, situate in th?o!d Smiih
Brewery building, In mid City of Wheeling; mo,
one late, two <ti cork macUluw, one bumr, t*S
bones, one double wigon. two duple w**wu.f0w
lets of baraew, snd thirty giou of i??tcot corU
fcald Mle will be nude in the piece of bu>io?
of laid Christian Beibke, in the old rmlth bnv>
ery. and fronting on Cnapllne iircet, la aid dtr
of Wheeling.
TKKMri u/ BALE?Cosh in hand on dtr of Mk
. , Kfl.Brtfcfa*e7
W. H. Hxixxa, Auctioneer. taj-it
The above sale has been postponed noli! Sato
day. June SO, MM, at the tame time and place.
job k. 0. BAKIlTmitec
ijlrustee's sale.
By virtue of a deed of trust trade by eibbii
Allen and Maty J, Allen hi? wife, to tncu tnuttt
to secure the Crtscent Bundles AMoclatluu. dit<4
Uctobcr 2). USS. recorded in the offlceof theCta
of tho Couuty Couit oi Marshall County, Wt?t Vij.
llnia. In Deed of Tnut Book Ko 5, page 1?A I ?iQ :
re 11 at the front door of tlie Court Howe of be
ihallcaunty, on
SATURDAY, THE 11th DAY OF JULY, 1V\ J
commencing at 10 o'clock a. the follmrtof 1*
icclbcd property, that U to My: A certain tr?t d
land situated In TJnion Dhtrict, In Mar?h*llo*?.
ty, btatc of Wat Virginia, bonudel as frlkma towit:
Begiunlug at a stake lu Richard Allen'ilio*
near Wallace'*aprlng; thence wlthniid llneuuk .
2S?4 K. 42J2100 pole* to a stake on a brmid
lions' hun: thence down the iseanrtcn tfct.fi .
69 w 100 pole* to aitakeln Unoriginal Hoc; ttoci
B. 1? W. to a.hlckory in the oriwnal line aal k
Richard AUeu'a line; thence with the wlilualfci
H. 52? W. 74 potato a red oak and U<ch lot*
original line; thenoe 68? W. <8 polwu>??unm
corner to BenJ. McMrchen a: thence 45 W. 15 Mis
to a rid elm corner to John Qoigley; thence S.*
W. 60 poles to a black walnut corner lo John Qtfr
ley; tnenoe N. *7? W. 58 poles to a white o*k it i
small drain: thence with tho drain doan to a
point corner to John Quisloy and lohn Brown mi
beech on tuo point; uieiiee up uie run io a up
tree on iho bank of the ma; there* up tb?rc
with the meanders thereof and binding thcms*
11 slouo marked A: thence N. 61" K. 22 pole* is?
btouo marked B; tbenoo to the beg tontoR. mpwd
to conUlo 139 acres, be the une more or lea*.
The tltlo to the above laud Is believed totej*
feet, but I wlil convey only the title vitttd 1dm
by Mid deed of trn?L
Teems op 8ale-Oue third, and an much menu
tho purchaser elects to pay In ca b on tbe <1*; d .
uie, the balance In two equal imuiiiieuin m <? .
nod two years, with Interest, for which the jo
chaser shall execute bis notes with good mum?,
bearing interest f.om tho d?y of isle. tbe ltd
title to he retained as further leenrity for the it
(erred payments, or at the purchaser'* optica u
may secure the note* forsuch payment! bj tei
of trust on the property.
WM. P. HUBBARD, TruHtt.
W. J. W. Cowpix. Solicitor
fitomraisslram' Sale.
Commissioner's sale ok vau
UABLE HEAL iSTATS.
In tho Municipal Court of Wheeling.
In pursuance ofthe authority v?ted lumetyi
decree of the Municipal Court of Whecllnr, arit
on tbo third day of .lane, 1*8\ in a tult la du*
eery therein pending in which homo Taylor *ltb
3. o. laylor. her husband, are plaintiff*, aud *(!
Hum H. Harden and otben are defendant*. 1 illi,
ON' TUESDAY, JULY 7,
BOmmeh'ing at 10o'clo k a. k.. sell at publiciw*
Mon, to the highest and lest bidder, at tue lost
floor of the Court Hour* of Ohto cnuuiy, Wis
Virginia, the fallowing defcribed i?n*ls of ml
estate, that la to say:
TPf_? ,?nc? nn*.li>lt nt lilt. ntltnliCml tblW
EV), situate on the south Hide ot iaikenih nUcii
. tho Wlchael Oralium addition to the flij ci
wheeling, in tho State of West Virgiula, tc*iibe
wrlU&ebuIIdiugs and Improvcmeuu therwn.
The foregoing property comt?ri?ed the prowcrty
and re*Hence of the late Holaten Harden, *w Hi
moat deairablo property. The Improvement on 1st
of a large brick (Twilling hnuic, with biitk
Ktulilo and other outbuildings, and In excellent reSecond-Lot
numbered cleren (II) in wjnrt
numbered eighteen (18), and the north one-bill o{
lot numbortd twelve (12) in equare utimb^rtd
eighteen (18), u designated on tho tnupol iLe >ut>?
divisions of tho Joseph Caldwell wute, and dlfhIons
therefrom to the said city of Whet-Hug. Obk?
connty. West Virginia; aaid property fromiui on
the cast aide of hotr atreet, between Twenty-ninth
and Thirtieth streets.
There la ended on the foregoing property an elfRant
brick residence, and la a most delta! la
property, 8aid building was erected by Idwatd
L>. Harden as a residence, and la untaualiy tenmod
ious and well eonau ucu d.
. It ia required bytbetfte.-eflunderwhlchthliwk
Is to be made that the pawls of properly atuve
described *ball be otTered fur hale M-para'ciy. ,
TERM8 OF 8ALK?One-third of the pureha*
money shall be paid in cash on the day ot ule,
and as much more as the purchase/i may elect n
pay; Uw balanceIball u? |?ua wtwoc'iu"*r.7j
SEggriS S>t?CM from J.j of .;?.?< ?;jg
two years from day of Ml*m?cc?l%elK. ?* gj
chdMirs giving nottn for the deferred
land thall be retained until the purcb? ww
Khali have been wid in full, end ttw fei??uluw
mlnloner oidtral by tin Court jo wo"^
Special UoiuialBiontf.
I hereby fortify Chit bondliu J?n I"" Jg}
ibovo nuiM BpicWCommtolonu to un
?li titled?>? " '^''V'ViOMAK U. DABKJin,
Clerk of tho Jlaolclpul couil of WwllW
je?
riOMMlSSlONKHS' SALK OF \A^k??S?'mKl,0r
'nl"
- John Fin*
W J, W. Cou'denT"idniiniilratnr oi) In daWT'
the ectAlo ot Caroline V. Z?ne ami j
BTTtra.of decrec ofuMOB'l
ibove entitle 1 cause on the <th w o?j??"
& ImS&gMd Bpielal OM-WMf'r'M?
8ATUR0AY, the lllh DAY Of JIM.***
begiuniUK At? o'clock A. M; *11 Ht |iO?Jggj
itthe front door of the Court House oMJ
ty, Wcet Virginia, the foil wing JU
tract known tf the John rina ??? "? Mrttu,
twoen South fenn mid South l r<r?dw?J
originally containing five and orie?i?lf f flM
Se portion taken by tho t it; oi ? ?i w ?"j(1,s
extension of South Ptuu itrte". ^ j^wi*
fett Iron ton J'enn itreet running btck w ?
S&OT?snSS
KSS^Ssil
itefc
sJl[4ggg
r remitted, ?
yy H. HBABNEi
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