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TVUEKLINO, W. VA^-JUNE 13, 1885.
Published dail/ (Sunday* excepted} t>j
FBEW, CAMPBELL &HABT, . Props.
At Not. 23 and 27 Fourteenth itreet
TXKMB OF DAILY.
One oopy one jetr.^fs 001 Time uontha.MMM~l2 00
Biz xnouthi 4 001 One month...- 65
Delivered byoarxiea la City, lfio per wetrtu
TKKHB OF SKMI-WEKKLY.
One yeftr....M.....?.... J3 001 Biz monthly ,fl 60
TKBU8 OF W1KKLY.
One year .~*1 001 HI* monthly......... 65
Great reduction to Glut*. Bend tor Minplo oopy
and circulars. Addreaa
PKKW, CAMPBELL A HARTf '
Wheeling, W. Va. |
[Kntered at tho Poetofflce at Wheeling, W. Va.,u
accond clmw mutter. 1 |
The Amualojc Side.
There is some quiet amusoment for the
warm weather in tho efforts of a few Kepublicaus
to hold their places, and in the
?*nlanationa made by ceitain others of
the reasons given fur puttiug them out.
Instead of being "ott'eneivH partisans,"
that is, active Republicans, the/ merely
voted the Kepublican ticket, didn't voto it
very hard, and wouldn't have voted it at
all if they had thought it would give offense.
If they ever appeared to be taking part
in a Kepublican parade it was because
they were caught in the crush on their
way to discharge their duties with strict
reisird to a reformed Civil Service. They
hoped, of course, for tho success of the
Kepublican ticket, but that was mere the
force of habit than a matter of deep conviction.
If they were seen to display a
flag that was more to please the children
than to flaunt their political views in the
face of an opposing party. Notwithstanding
all this they had determined to bow
to the inevitable, stick clostTto their desks
and let the Republican party shift for
itself. This it is that ainuscs in a hot and
dry time. We aimost Ieel liko joining in
tho cry, "Turn the rascals out!"
Serving under a Democratic administration
men of this stamp will be of no service
to the Republican party. Though
they do not go over body and breeches in
payment of the indulgence of the Democratic
administration, they will be of little
use to the Republican party as "offensive
partisans." This is what we want?
"offensive partisans," men who are willing
to pull ofT their coats and go to work
for Kepublican cuccess. Wo can't afford
to have even lifty thousand able-bodied
men laid up in tho hospital or out on parole.
The Republican party expects every
man to do his duty, and serving under a
bogus reform administration he can't do it
verv well.
Tho time may come when Civil Service
reform will be u verity, not a shameless
pretext. Then tho matter will be presented
in a different light. That time has
been put oil by this administration. Till
it does come wo must expect to give and
take, and we may as well be frank about
it, for tho people are not deceived.
Gutting Tholr llewarri.
Higglns, who keeps a general eye on the
outflow of patronage, not confining himself
to the singlo department of tho Treasury?
Higgins has been talking. Moreover
lliggins has been saying something that
ought to silence those fault-finders who
are complaining that the President isn't
moving fast enough, that ho is under
Mugwump influence, and wondering
whether this is going to bo anything of a
Democratic administration at all. \
Uiggins points to tho record of this administration
and shows that under these
Ijenign influences 50,000 "offensive partisans"
have been put out and as many
puro patriots put in; and Wiggins, who is
a good deal of a Jackson Democrat himself,
wants to know how much faster the
President could move. Of course he
means to convey the impression that the
thing couldn't go with more of a whirl
without hopelessly stranding the Administration.
There is something pathetic
Jn the sight of liiggins standing on
the top of the Washington Monument
pointing tho hungry multitude to the
Civil Servico reform work of this administration,
and beseeching them not to insist
on a repetition of tho miraclo of tho
loaves and lUhes, promising that in due
time they shall reap if they faint not
Wo are inclined to take our stand with
Higgiusin this matter. An administration
which in a little over threo months
has put out about half of the civil servants
it found in ollico and replaced them with
its own friends, cannot fairly be charged
with absolute surrender to fanatical Civil
Service reformers. Indeed it is apparent,
since Higgins calls our attention to what
has been accomplished, that more could
not have been done without bringing tho
machinery of tho government to a standstill.
Objection may be urged against many
of the appointees, and against whole
batches of them. This is another matter,
and does not touch tho willingness of the
administration to put out as fast as possible
all tho Republicans because they are
Republicans, and to put in Democrats
because they are Democrats. Mr. George
William Curtis and his friends may perversely
profess to be pleased with what is
going on, just to worry tho patient Demo
crat who has waited all these years, but in
tholr hearts they know that in the matter'
of the olliccs the administration is doing I
about as well as could be expected.
In fact wo don't know that we can
promise that the Republican party on its
return topowerwiil be able tomovofastor,
but we (eel authorized to give the assurance
that it will try.
TU? Bulera of the Knrth.
The seeming settlement of the Afghan I
affair, or the very great probability that
the final adjustment will be, to the entire
satisfaction of Russia, has led some observers
to inquire whether the Imperial
power of Great Britain bo not already on'
the wane, aud whether henceforth Russia
be not destined to gain that which the
British empiro must certainly lose.
Porhaps it will bo a long time before
tho cold logic of events shall justify any
speculation on tho collapse of the wonderful
empire which British energy in commerce,
skill in diplomacy and prowess in
arms have built up from a small beginning.
It is not too soon, however, to note
that British influence iu Asia baa suffered
Immensely, aa the British strategic position
has been weakened, by tho practically
unopposed advance of ltuasla in Central
Asia. From St Rpteraburg to Herat is a
far cry, over a territory once thought Impassable.
ltuasla has made the march not
without cost, juul in tho rear of
her advancing , troops have followed
her engineers with the railroad
and the telegraph. It ha* been
tho brilliant march of conquering armies,
marked all the tray by the slaughter ol '
opposing tribesmen. Bat whcra Busala :
conquers she aasimulatee, as England <
rarely does, and what she gains by tho c
swnrd she fastens to her by some participation
in the common benefits and honort ,
of her peculiar government. In her ad- t
vance ahe makes Russians of the conquered
tribesmen. Wherever aho goes 1
ahe takes with her the Russian civiliza- j
tiod, transforming countries and peoples as j
Eogland has not deaired to do or has not 1
been able to do.
At this time, and In view of the situa- |
tion in the East, some remarks of Do i
Tocqaeville, half a century ago, have peculiar
point and interest. In "Democracy in j
American" tho French observer sajB: {
"There are at the present time two great i
nations in the world, which seem to tend
towards the samo end, although they
started from different points: I allude to '
the Russians and Americans. Both of
them have grown up unnoticed; and
whilst tho attention of mankind was
directed elsewhere, they have suddeuly
assumed a most prominent place amongst
the nations; anil the world learned their
greatness and existence at almost tho same
time. All other nations seem to have
nearly reached their natural limits, and
only to be charged with the maintenance
of their power; but these are still in the
act of their growth: all tho others are
stopped, or continue to advance with extreme
difliculty; these are proceeding
wi h ease and with celerity along a path to
which the human eye can assigu no term.
The Anglo-American relies upon personal 1
interest to accomplish his ends, and gives
free scope to the unguided exertions and
common sense of the citizens; the Russians
center all the authority of society in a j
single arm; the principal instrument of the
former is freedom; of the latter servitude.
Their starting-point is different, and their
courses are not the same; yet each of
them seems to be marked out by the wlli
of Heaven to sway the destinies of half the
globe."
Prophecy or speculation, tlieso remarks
of De Tocqueville are interesting and
worth thinking about.
AYOOB KI1AN.
The Claimant to the Afghan Throne Now lu
Pari*,
If. Y. Herald.
Ayoob Khan, onco tho ruler of Herat,
and the most dangerous rival of the present
ameer, being, since his discomfiture '
in Afghanistan, a refugee in Persia, has
I always been treated by the shah with
marked kindness and by the Persians in
general with due respect. Tho Persian
goverment, with an unusual liberality, allowed
him for his maintenance a thousand
tomans (about a month, and of late
that subsidy has been doubled. But the
Afghan prince's turbulent spirit could not
be quieted nor his impatient youth satisfied
with a refugee's condition, while his inexperience
led him to hope to regain, through
some change and chance, his lost rulo and
power. Thus, say correspondents writing
fmin Tflliflran in Anril last Ho has been
continually busy planning a change
of residence, flight or a coup de main.
Meshhed, Teheran, Sbahrud and Ipsalian
by turns have on various pretexts
been asked for and granted as places of j
residence, but as lie has always been ,
closely watched by the Persian auth.ori- 1
ties these -changes have not served his
plans. Having onco succeeded in obtain- :
ing from the Shah permission to reside in
Bokhara he left Teheran and traveled as ,
far as Meshhed, but upou the .British Minister's
strong representations he was "
stopped at the latter place and made to
return to the Capital. It requirod all the
vigilance of the British Minister to look
after Ayoob's safe custody. Ilis Afghan ;
followers, of whom there were over 200,
were determined fellows, and are entirely
devoted to his person, aud in April last it
was thought they might attempt to carry !
him ofT to the Caspian.
Ayoob's recent attempt to escape was .
neu jiiouiicu! nuu nuo pcucvvij coo/ ui
accomplishment The Persian govern* \
ment telegraph line from Teheran to the i
Caspian having been cut in a dozen places,
Ayoob Khan was to set out in post carriages
for Kasveeu, a distance of one liun- :
dred miles, and thence on post horses to
iiesht, another hundred or so. The whole distance
could be easily gone over in
thirty hours, and once at llesht he was
safe. From this place oue hour's ride
would take him to Pir-i Uazar, where a
boat was to be waiting to convey him ,
down the Bo called river, acrots the laTse to <
Enzellf, and over the bar to a Kussian
steamer in the oiling. With cood management
ho could be steaming away to 1
Kransnovodek within thirty-six hours J
after his leaving Teneran. The
Kussian legation at Tehoran was
not a stranger to Ayoob Khan's in- '
tention. Everything went smoothly at
first, but oventually Mr, R. F. Thompson, .
the British Minister at Teheran, having a '
key to Ayoob Kahn's secret preparations,
made such remonstrances to the Persian
Government that the latter at ouce declared
Ayoob Khan a State prisoner, and
sent a body of two hundred soldiers to
surround his house, to keep a strict watch
on him, and to prevent intercourse with 1
suspicious outsiders. Tho prompt satis- .
faction given by the Persian Government *
to the hnglish demand was considered in
oiHcial circles at Teheran as a marked success
Rained by Mr. Thompson over his .
Russian colleague, who, after great efforts, "
had failed to prevent the measure being .
carried out.
???j 1
DromifuJ If True. ^
A newspaper correspondent writing !
from Chicago says: Of coarse I will '
apologize to tlie fair Bex for speaking of j
tlie refreshment rooms, popular confec- I
tionery sliops, and restaurants as "drink- !
log saloons," but such they certainly are, j
and if anyone will take pains to test the
trhth of thiB statement tio'll find an ex- ]
traordinary demand for hansoms and 1
gurneys in fiont of these places late in the \
afternoon of any pleasant day. "Cabby"
knows his business and says nothing. Ho's j
been there before. He discharges bis fair 1
burden at her own door in as comfortablu .
a manner as possible, while a "sick-head- |
ache" prevents the lady.froni appearing )
with the family at the tea-table. If tlie 1
sexes wore reversed tlie Verdict would bo j
"the old man is drunk." But in this case 1
"ma Is worn out with shopping." '
I have seen young women scarcely out j
of their teens emerging from those places
in a state of inebriety that merged upon !
total obliviousness. A rostaurantor told g
me that his best paying customers were e
ladles of wealth and position, who conld ;
afTord a private room and the best wine
his house afforded.
Hox. William Mctchlkk, member of "
Congress from tho Tenth Pennsylvania
district, joins distinguished legislators in
saying thaf Red Star Congh Cure la a l
valuable discovery; that it cures promptly
anil Is fp*e from opiates, r
J^pjcctel gottccs.
a CARD.?To all wboutnBbriag from cjtoh H
ud Indiscretions oI youth, nemns weaknea, 1
oariy decay, kas of manhood, Ac-, I wilt leadaredpo
that wttl cor* you, FREE OF CHAROK. Thil
peal remedy was discovered by a mtaionaiy is
South America. Send sell-sddreased envelope lo
Bit. Joutr t, Ikxax, Station D? Hew York.
Ull-Kwraw 1
F1T81-AU Flu topped free b; Dr. Kllae'a Oreel
Noire Rettorer. No Fits attar first day' uso. ICarvolouiouita.
Treatlaeand 12 00 trial bottle fn? to
Pit (xaaa. Bead to Dr. Kline, W Arch 81, Fhlla., r
Fa. canosr Institute, Ml Areh 6L, Fhlla., Pa. Oo &
lo 1L uh-uwnw
He Wants an Offlco.
fra/lou Eaqlt,
One of the R. P. O. officials on the Baltiaore
& Grafton route the other day revived
the following, from a very hungry
ipplicant, which explains itself:
Kkarxxysvillk, June 8,1885.
Dear Sir: As I am an applicant for
rour position I would like to nave some
tdvice.
If 1 should be successful in obtaining
he appointment 1 will be placed to the
)robaUon for six months during which my
onduct and capacity will be examined."
m there any other examination necessary ?
i io, in wtiat-brancbea.
At present I have letters of endorse*
nents from Governor & W. Wilson, of
.bis State, Congressman W. L. "Wilson, of
his District, K. Gibson, of the Fourth
District, Congressman J. B. Storm, of
Pennsylvania, and 0. Ferrell, of Virginia,
General Bradley T. Johnson, of Baltimore,
Comptroller J. B. Horner, of Baltimore
City, Colonel K. D. Johnson, of Cumber*
land, Md., and expect from Jix-Governor
William & Hamilton, of Maryland, and
Senator Camden, of this State. Will lile
iny application not later than next week.
You will pleaae request your man not to
throw the mail bag bo as to strike anyone
who may be standing on the platform,
hast week he (truck two persons with it.
At the present time it would be very un
pleasant to report Jiitn?but if it continues
will be compelled to do so, as you kuow
there 1b to many of us Democrats that
wants olllce.
Yours Most R
F. C. Homhhkk.
Tjik sure effects of Ayer's Sargaparilla
are thorough nnd permanent. If there is
n lurking taint of scrofula about you.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla will diolodge it, and
expel it from your system. ittw
died.
CRAWFORD-On Sunday. June 14, JStt. at 2:30
o'clock J*. k , Duos Palmes, kori of Jerry mid
Miry Crawford, aged 6 month* and 6 daji.
Funeral will tatn place Ibttc (Monday) afternoon
at 2 o'clock, from the rc?ldenu > of bis j?areuU, No.
1114 Foff atrwt. Friend* ot the family aro reipecttully
Invlitd to attend. Inkrim-nt at Peninsula
Omctery.
uwm/m hkniuji
fob.
Rheumatism, ^uralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbsgo, Backache, Hcadache, Toothache,
KarrTiir<mt,KirrlUncP.KpraluM.UruUc?t
Stum*, MrulUm i'roat III tc?,
axu all urntn mtavi wish j?sd aoir ?
SwUw p^}?N?v?rr*litrt. nnjrOmu?uxtK
ViMUU* It. i f IxUt'i-tU.
THE C1IAULKV A. VOOELBtt CO,
if**..**.,, a. viKiKt-nntco.) t'.w. A?
jtlollcc jHuiftig g,lnlt?.
ClMjSMT K
Fittest Floor hi the City.
BEST LIGHTED,
BEST VENTILATED,
Accessible from all Parta 9! Town.
Every visitor rrcelva a tickct entitling thorn to
1 chtiuca In Urn Drawing lor on Eleciitu Chamber
*etof Furniture, a Foliithed bra?s Centre Table, a
Silver Water Pitcher uud a Combined dinner and
lea Set of China.
EXTLKIl Ji REYNOLDS.
my?f> Proprietor.
_
ICE! IC133! ICE!
C. SEIBEUT & SONS
\ro prepared to furnish the flncit qu?lUy of Ice at
the lowwt rates. Leave ordere at tbulr oQlce,
No. 1700 Murkot Street,
Six doom below I'ostofllee.
Ice Depot open evert day.Suwlay included.
Telephone connection, Branch Ufllco. IlOV MarcptnrfoL
my!5
?CK!ICEI
We are prei>ared to deliver first clan Ice to all
jarta of the city, either by wholesale or retail, at
he loweat price. HALL BROS.,
Ofllco in Armstrong, Coen & Co.'s Building,
rnvflfl Tenth Street nmr Mnrket
batches ana geuKlvjj.
LOADEDJHELLS!
">,000 Cliiimboi-liii Cartridge Co.'s
LOADED SHELLS
"or Brcech Landing Pliot Guns, Just received In 10
ind Ugniue. I'rlcef, 12 60 per 100 for 12 gauge.
12 85 lor 10 gauge. Put up ill boxes of 'J5 cacti.
I. Q-.' DILLOIsr,
^ ^ Solo Agent for Wheeling, W. Va.
?cats' giu'nUltlng ?oocls.
OTHERS LOOK AT OUR NEW
lino of '
ChiI<li*eii*H Ncolnvcar!
We lmvo a beautiful line of rLAIDS In leading
hades. 1). GUNDLING Jt CO.,
JelO 86 Twelfth Ktrcet
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
tTJLTKAlNS?KxrtANATioj* o* Rkxkm.vc* Masks.
iMily. fHundny excepted. {Monday exceptod.?
! Depart. Arrive.
B.&O.lt.R.-EAST.
?xpr?w.. ? 6:40 am0 8:W) p m
?xpre??- 6:30 p m ^10:15 u m
-uiutHrlauil Acconi 8:15am 4:85pm
ilaunlngton Accora 4:10 pm 8:IOain
ioundavlllo Acouui 1i:35 a m 1:20 p m
WKft.
Express (Chicago and Col) 9:15 am0 5:20 a m
JxprcsM (Chicago and Col) < 7:60 poi 0 7:10 a m
Cxpr? us (Chicago and Col) 10:20 p in 6:30 p m
lauenvllle A worn 3:4?pm I0:.'i0ain
;aiK*vllle Accom 7:85 a in 8:50 pm
W..P. All. Uiv.
Vaahlngton nuil I'ltuburgh... 9 6:25 a tn t11:05 a m
VaihiDgton anil Pittsburgh... 7:10 a ra t 0:05 pm
Vaahlngtou and PUUburxh... 3:'J0 pm *10:16 pm
VaahingUin - 8:10 am '
1\, C. Jtst. L. lty.~Kait.
^itHburRti t 7:25 a m t 8:W p m .
'ittaburgb and Now York f l:ao pm \ 8:35 pm
Itaburgb and New York? f 4;10 p m 111:65 a m
WKIT.
Cxprcci, Cln. and 8t Eouls.... f 7:25 a m t 7:06 a m
&c|ircw,Cln. and Ut. Lnula... t 8:40 pm t 0:56 pm ,
viprcw, BtoubonvlUc Ji Col... r 1:20 p m f 8:85 p m
ilxod f 5:40 pm 1
v. & r. u. K.
'iltiburcb, uleve. & C'hL 6:47 am 9:C8pin '
Vellavllie, Clove. 6i Cbi ?:W?m 8:18 am
'lit*.. New York Si CbL .... 11 ;i)7 a m 1:2? p m ,
Ittabursh and New York 4:11 pm 4:48 pm 1
but Liverpool Accom 5:18 p m 8:20 a m ,
c., i:. * w. iu k. i
ExorcM, Cleveland, K, & W?. 10:17 ant 2:27 p m
la?llon Aooom 4:17 pm 0:&2am
it. CUlnvlUo Accom- 9:17 a m 8:17 a m
it.ClalavllleAccom- 1:87pm 1 :Upm
t. ClalnvllleAcconu 5:87 pm 6:07 pm
xtcul Freight*n<l Accoa 4:47am 9:00pm
Ohio RiverlUllroail.
avenger....... 6:85 a m *11 :?0 a m
avenger- 4:00 p m 8:85 p m
'relghu...... ~ 9:05 a m 6:16 p m
II., Z. & O. Railroad.
Leave Bella!ro at 12:90 r. at. for 8nmmcrfleld.
Lcare Beilalre at 9:10 a. x. for Summerfield and
tocarille. *
Leave Hcllalre at 4:90 r. X. for Woodifleld.
Arrive at Bellalre 8:26 a. x, 11:00 a. x., and 4:00
. x.
ry HEELING A ELM GROVE R. K.
On and after MONBAY, Maj 4, 1885, train* on
he W. dt K. G. R. R. will leave ai foliow:
cave city at Leave Wheeling Park at I
6:30 a.*. 1:00 P.M. 0:10 a. x. 1:00 r. u.
0:10 " 2:00 " 7:00 " 2:00 * I
7:00 14 1:00 M 8:00 44 8:00 "
8:00 44 4:00 n 9:00 44 4:00
9:00 14 6:00 44 10:00 44 6:00
10:00 " 0:10 44 11:00 6:10 ?
UNO 44 7:00 44 i2A0 44 7:00 ?
12:00 44 8;00 44 8:00 44
9:80 44 8:56 *4
10:06 "
ON ION DAYS, _
Leave eltv at7 a. x. and run every hour uutU 9
. X.|
Leave Wheeling Park at 8 a. x. and run every .
our until 10 r, x. C. illRSCH, *
nj2 Supcrlnleadeat. I
ftcw ^arcettatmcuts.
Q.EO. C. MILLIGAN,
DENTIST.
orncE-so. isis market stmet,
(Crtoglc'a Block.)
Gold Lined Platrs. Teeth Without Plate*
Careful attention jrtwn to the procreation -of
natural teath. a 11 work guaiautml.
Prlceaieiuonable. Jelo
100B0XES CHOIOE
Moavlna Oranffoi.
loy Boxen Choice Metilna Lemons.
J tut in and (or nle at low market rate* by
0. 8. FEENY,
Jel& 1110 Main Btrcet.
J^OTIUJS.
All persona knowing thcmsolvoa indebted to the
estate of Luke Fitton, deceased, arc hereby noiiBeJ
that payment nmtt bo mode to the undcrilgucd, at
No. l?ltt Main street, on or before July 1,1Mb. All
uusetiled account* on that date will bo placed In
hands for collection. J. K. OKtOK,
Je?Mw*r Administrator
JJ<0R SALE.
ONE TOP BUGGY.
One Euok Wagon. Both been used but a short
umc. Ouo Phuutju Buggy.
Also, ouo fiteol Grey Geldlug, three years old.
Enquire of L. II. FUANZI1EIM.
je!3
Regular Tuesday packet for
Patkeisbnrg, l'omuroy. Gallfpolls, . JESVi*.
Irouion.H^uliigtou.Portsmoutb.Mays-l/ZXSxcttL
vllle, Cincinnati and 1-ouuvllle, tie1'? ?"-*1
elegant passenger steamer
NEW ANDES Ciias. MtmuauN, Master,
Makt F. Noll, Clerk,
Leave* 1UE8DAY. Juue 10. at n v. m., positively.
Passengers and freight receipted through to sill
points West and South. For freight or i*u*age apply
on board or to
Jel5 FRANK BOOTH, Agent.
EXCURSION PARTIES TAKE NOTICE!
800 MiieToniy $10 00,
From Wheeling to Cincinnati & Return.
TII12 STEAMER ANDES
Leave* Wheeling tor Cincinnati every Tue?day,
and will sell t'oket* to Excursion Parties at above
raU-s (luring <h? Bummer One week of pleasure,
beautiful scenery, and one day and ulght in the
Paris of America.
For pa&agQ apply to FRANK BOOTH,
Agent WbrcUug,
or OAPT. CIIAS. MUHLEMAN, on board.
myi:t-MWF
rj^UE BOSTO>
Normal Musical Institute
Will bfl held In Stoubenville, Oh!o, in tho Female
Seminary, for four weeks, begluuing July 8.
Faculty: Mr. J. Harry Wheeler, Mr. Eugene Thayer,
Mr. Carlylo Peter-lieu. Mr. Harry Benson, Mlra
Marion Sterns. Voice Culture, Vocal Physiology,
Harmony. Piano, Organ. Tonic Sol-fa Method. Elocution,
Mu?Jc?l Notation 'or Public Schools, Chorus
Practice, etc.. etc. Eminent tiacbcr*. Reliable
Instruction. Tuition 810, or $1 per week.
For circulars, address,
MR. J. HARRY W FT F. EL Kit.
Jpl -Im 1 ttf A Trenwnt Street, Boston. Mas*.
AUK STILL TKIUMPITANTf
For fifteen jean they bavo uteadlly gained In
furor, ami with wiles oon*tantly lucretulug have
beoomo tbo uio?t ppular Coreeu throughout the
United dtatea.
Ihe "G" quality U warranted toweartwlco m
long Rsoiillnarv Co reel*, ?ud Uatlmonlala without
number could bo Klvon of tbo perfect fatl&factlon
liter havo afforded for a Jon*,* *wlef of yean.
lho"?. and K. H " qualities nre made extra
long. ax well as ngular length, and told at the
same price.
Retallcro are autfl*rii#d to refund mouey, if on
examination thcae Corset* do not prove as repreaonted.
For fuUe everywhere.
Catalogue free on application.
THOMSON, LANG DON & CO., Mfrs.,
70 and 73 Worth Btrcot, New York.
aprl7Mwar
TUPWW'llfil
I Mr3 W ARE STYLISH.
I Ilka WILL PLEASE YOU.
TUB
MEN'S FINE SHOES
If J \ HAND-MADE
' judr nr
HATHAWAY, SOULE & HARRINGTON.
ALWAYS ItF.I.IAIILK.
Th?re Rood* arc inndo In nil tin* Lenitinqr Stylea
and Sold Kverywbrrr by flr?t oloMMlerilcrx. wo
uw fit-nt-cla** ?u?ok nnd ompfoy noiti* bm skilled ,
workmen. A* we hn*i'had mure nnd longer ex perl. i
cnciMn <ioody?*nrWidt* ttinii any oilier mnnufno.
turvr*of MKNtI KINK SHOES, it UnckmrnltHlccd by
11 that wo tnlc?* (he frail. A?k your doiifrr for tins
HATHAWAY, 80ULK * IlAltKlNOTO.V BIIOK. If
you arelooking foraguod article at a medium prlctv
WANTED.?Ladle* and gentlemen to take nice
Ugh t, pleastnt work, at their owu homes. Work .
Kvttt by mail any distance all tho yoir round. 12
to 96 a dajr can be qufrtly made; no canvassing.
Addres* RELIABLE Al'F G CO., FHila., Fa.. Box i
l&'A Je3nwmw
goolts, Statlowttg, &c
BABY CARRIAGES! '
Juat Rcceivcd Anothur Lot of
Erie Sleeping; Couches!
The flnwt and best in the world.
FORBALE BY
JOS. GKATES & SON,
jell 26 Twelfth Rtrcct,
^ NEW LOT OF
Summer IVovels.
Rudder Grange; Frank R. Stockton; paper, COc.
Hat Yet a *'oman: Arthur H. llardy; paper, fOc.
"That La*# o' Lowriea'; Francis Hodgcou Harnett;
paper, 50c.
'iHe Ltd? or the Tiger; Frank R. Stockton; paper.
6Ce.
I404IMV i lock; Mrs. p. n. Burnett; paper. 50c.
' Theo.1' "m 1m Crcspipiy" and 'I'letty Polly
Pembcrton. by Mn. K. II. Burnett; paper, caob 60c.
Most of th? above appuir for the tint time In
pajMjr covt ra, au?l at ao loir a price.
STANTON & DAVENPORT,
<e13 No. 1301 Market Street,
JgASE BALLS, f
BAT8, FOOT BALLS AND CROQUET. V
A Rood variety at low prices. J
Alio, cheap reading matter, and loti of It. r
Please call and examine.
. C. H. QUIMBY,
BoelutUer and Newsdealer. ;
JwlS No. 1414 Market ^treet. j
fBtsebU "gSIoKUs. ?
[ESTABLISHED1S52.] },
CAHEOLL & BRO., '
Granite and Marble Workers,
Nos. 6,8 & 10 Sixteenth St. |
(Near Stone Bridge,)
WHEELING, W. VA^
Hare on hand a fine aaortment of
Granite and Marble Jlonnments, i
Lnd the Latest Styles of Eastern Work, which will jj
? sold at reasonable price*. aprlfl F
(Sto. g. Mttttl & (So. _
GEO. E.STIFEL,
<Sz CO.
a
lOO PIECES
VICTORIA LAWNS!|
Ererj Yard Imported (foods,
AT 12, 15,20 AND 25c, PER YARD, .
ALSO, j
i
SOO PIECKS ;
India Linens[
AT 12, 15, 20, 25 i 3oC.
We offer an unusual opportunity
to buy FINE WHITE :
DRESS FABRICS at low
prices. We have a magnificent
stock of goods, including many i
beautiful goods for |
GRADUATION DRESSES.
FANS! FANS! |
We shall open on our Notion J
Counter a large purchase of!
Fans, all colors, Plain, Em- '
hnsspd. Painted and Feather '
Tops. '
Corset Department!
25 3DOZE3ST
Summer Ventilating Corsets,
never sold below $i 50 and
$1 75, now $1 00 and $1 25.
We have also a complete
stock of Dr. Ball's Health Corsets,
which are strongly indorsed
by some of the most eminent
ladies in the country.
GEO. E, STIFEL & CO.
1114 MAI1V ST.
J*12
getj ?cods.
J. S. RHODES &i;
THREE
Special Bargains:
Bargain i.?600 Turkish
Towels at 20 cents, former price 35
cents- !
Bargain 2.?Fast Colored
Satteens at 15 cents, reduced
from 25 cents.
tca vr. a tv > enr\ \rnrrlc Vipct Z
Turkey Red Table Damask in j
Remnants, from two to three i
yards each. Away down below J
the regular price.
Just Openetl!
New Styles in Printed Batiste {
in White and Ecru grounds.
New Embroidered Robes in
White and Ecrti.
New Embroidered and Lace
Flouncing with narrow width to ;
match.
I. S. RHODES & GO.,!
llCtt MAIN ST.
myOT _
Carpets, 2*uenltnve, 4fcc. '
riie tihsaimii aud Iteit Article In the World 1
for tk? Enjoyment of Preah Air.
WHITE MOUNTAIN
Hammock Chair.'
Strong, Durable and Light. r
8ELF-ADJU3TINO TO ANY POSITION".
The White Mountain Hammock Chair differs
rom all other stationary or reclining chain Id _
bat It Is better, stronger and simp lor, la adapted /
o thehotue, lawn, porch or camp, and U chuck (
ullof quiet comfort and bleed r?U 1? far au* ^
icrlor to the llamwck In every wav, and can be
>ut up so aa to be alwaya in ho shade.
By Ita peculiar construction It it balanced In all
ofcftloni. requiring no /astcnlogi to keep H In
>lace. The foot rent can be quickly and easily adiutc
d ti anil the shorten or tallekt penoua. The
eat la mad* of atron* canvaa, fitting perfectly the
ntlrv lenttli, without drawing the clothing tight* ?
v around the body, thus making It much cooler [
ban a hammock: while the acu>yance of catch* J,
ng button*, fearing down the ladlm' hair, or in
ay way displaying the limb* la avoided.
pt
w,
u
3. MENDEL & CO.,"
11?4L Main Street.
1g" *
r ADIES CAN FIND STEADY EMU
PLOYIIEST at their home*by calling at 12Q5
larket utreet, second Uoor, McLalns Block. Home
ancy Work. je?* Be
*
gflBBtt & Co.
BARD TOTHE TRADE
We take pleatnro In reminding the trade that we
n xninufictureri of
LOGAN, LIST&CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Powder,
Aj ndvortUed and aold by us (or many yean.
It U carefully and skillfully prepared in ucord*
l&cq with the genuine formula, which hu never
M?ed from our possession, legally or otherwise;
md from BnucrLY Puna and Wholesome Mats*
uau It conudmi no alum, Link, or other lnjurl*
ius Ingredients: and la acknowledged aa inperlor
n all re*jK>ct? to any Baking Powder In the marlcl
Our Powder is put up in 6 aad 10 lb. boxes,
md to dlma, yK> X aud 1 ib. cans.
Bo ou your guard against imitations. Bee that
iut address la on each box ana label. Address all
irdersto
LOGAN & CO., Prop's and Manuf'rs,
IDCCKUO&S TO LOGXK, LOT a CO.,
WHOLESALE DROOOIBT8,
aprtfl Wheoling, W. Va.
IlXlsciT gatnt*.
WATEK-PliOOF
Ready-Mixed Paint!
MANUFACTURED BY
The Ullinann & Fhilpott M'lg Co.,
CLKVKLAM), O.
These Paints arc designed for all kind* of Paintue,
equally applicable to Wood, Iron, btoue or
IrickbirticturtM. 1 he base of these Mixed Paint*
s strictly ouro Lead and best Oxide of /.toe, comlined
with the required pigments and ground in
'uro Linieed Oil. 'i hey answer equally to In aud
mtdour work, and fur any object which It may bo
icslrablo to paint, and are not affected by climate
ir tcinj?eratun). ThoyalTotd a considerable savng
in time and labor, and are easily applied by
ho moat inexperienced person.
We manufacture theso Paints from tho best macrial
only aud make It our special study that they
iball excel for glowy finish and durability. Thoy
iro last dUpluclug the older Paints, as those who
rnve uacd them once will not want any other kind.
BOLD BY
LOGAN & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists,
my?7 ' WHEELINO. W. VA.
gousgfmfnishing (goods.
B. F. Caldwell
1500, 1502 MA11KET ST.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Near POBTOrriCK.
Tarlor and Bed-Room
PUKNITURE !
Dining-Room & Kitchen Outfits.
WOOD, SLATE AND IRON
MANTELS!
Furniture Repaired. m,13
JEWEXT'S
WATER COOLERS,
JEWETT'3 WA1EU VII.TEI13
And Filters and Coolers Together, nt
NHSBITT & BKO.'S,
jcio 1312 Market Street
PLY FANS,
FLY TRAPS.
WIRR 1)1*11 COVERS,
REFR1GKRATOK8, WATER COOLERS,
Oil aud Gas Stove*. Ac., at
C. K. 8T1FKL A 80NB\
jc9 . 1021 Mala Street
gOSS REFRIGERATORS t
Delug built by the Rom Refrigerator Company,
Inildein of Fruit* Uoufes, Rulrlgerator Car?, Ac.,
rhere tlio moat rclentlflo mode* are employed, and
tie lame principle 1* lined in their IIoums KeJrlgurton.
We are their Sole Agents.
UK J. W. JOHNSON'S SONS,
mv25-MATh 1210 Main Street
gcnttsts.
gKARr.KSEMASON, "
UE3STTIST,
. OOB. TWELFTH 4 MASKKT STRmS,
Entrance 1205 Market Street.
OHlne IToqnt?0 to 1 f. m.. 2 to S r. n. aprl
fXrHEELING DENTAL PLACE.
YY ESTABLISHED 1871.
^7 Best Gum Xoetli. j
WARRANTO).
Teeth extracted without pain by a new Anoeebelie.
Local Application. (You are not put to 1
leep.) Teeth filled vew reasonable.
DR. 8. B. CALDWELL,
mrlfi Jiimh Rt.. Oflr. Thlrtv-flfth fit
China, ?lass and (!}uc?nswaw.
jJLECl'RlC
LAMPS I
Just opened, a lull line In
Slauil, Hanging anil Bracket Lamps!
he beat and moit comploto Lamp in tho market
AIJO ON HAND A FULL LINK Of
Zlhina and. Glassware
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Inspection rcepectfully Invited.
JOHN FRIEDEL,
my*) 1130 MAIN RTREET.
?<HE NEW
T.llwnw T.nmn!
60 Candle Power. Nou-Explwive.
XWING BR03.,
jcl3 Market Bt. opp. McLure Honre.Z
Contcctioiwen.
"^RANGES AND BANANA^
100 Bozo Imperial California Orange*.
K Bunches Asplnwall Bananas.
J nit received by N. 8CHULZ,
mylfl 1*19 Market Btreet,
CTEW ICE CREAM PARLOBS AT
.> No. 1006 Slain street?Great House.
MRS. ZIEGENFELDER bets leare to Inform the
ibilo that she has opened abranch atoreu above,
here everything In her Hne can be had the same
i at her establishment No. <S6 Twelfth street
ICE CREAM at the lowcat prlcee, both whole*
I* and retail. ror4
$npcv '5?avchousc.
jyHEEUNG PAPER WAREHOUSE.
Rohinnou, Farig & Co.,
inufactarers and Bealera In every variety of
IPRB. No. 1437 MAIN STREET,
relepbone til. Wheeling, W. Va.
Highest caah price paid for Bags, Paper and Old
toks.
?to. $. Santo*.
GEO. R. TAYLOR.!
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Our New Stock of Spring j
and Summer Goods now being ,
complete we would invite the '
ladies to call early and make j
their selections before the J
choicest good have been sold. '
Each Department is now replete '
with the Newest and the Best. 0
\
To ladies contemplating the |
purchase of a (
i
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m aoi/ none pdaiu
DLHUIV unu0 UIIHII1 ?
I
(I
-OB- I
!
Jersey Silkll
i
We would say that the Best
Lyons Goods known are repre- i
sented in our immense stock. f
I
I
SPECIAL ATTENTION
I
Is called to a particular make ol }
Lyons Gros Grain, that we con- !
trol in this market, which in all t
'
cases has given entire satisfac- j
tion to the customer, and being E
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SURE SALE S
we can afford them at a very (
small advance over cost.
i
j
JERSEY SILKS j
?
Are deservedly popular, and
can be found in our stock at all I
prices from $i 25 to $2 25. J
1
i
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f
uinnir&i nnroo nnnino 1
nruuLcn uncoo nujniuo ;
<
In a great variety of combina- j
tion Suitings and plain goods in |
the New Baize and Alderny i
shades. Tricot Cloths are still j
as fashionable as ever, and sold '
at lower prices than last year. !
I
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j
We have just opened full and j
complete lines of J
Ladies caniD. unaerweur, :
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, i
Fine Jersey Jackets,
White Flannel Suitings,
Jersey Stripes,
Lawn Tennis Suitings,
Combination Silks, '
Jersey Foulards, J
Cambric Aprons, <
Cream Albatross, i
Cream Laces, j
Spanish Lace, 28-inch, J
Lace Flouncings,
Beaded Laces,
Misses' Wraps,
Boys' Shirt Waists, }
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, {
Embroideries, I
Handkerchiefs, ?
i
Lace Curtains,
Counterjmnes, j
fi
Table Linens, c
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1
All just opened and ready for =
inspection.
The most desirable street
wrap offered this spring is the
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Black Embroidered Drap d'ete Mantle.
We show in all qualities from
six to thirty-two dollars.
VELVET GRENADINES J
In new and choice designs for
Wraps and Dresses opened
Tins Morning. =
GEO. R. TAYLOR. -
Stttslc* Sates.
JIBUSTEE-S SALE.
By Tirtuo of aJDwd of Trout mad* bv Mow* J.
liller to aeu Truitee, dated November IV, IMS.
ecorded in the office of the Clerk of the County
iourt of Ohio county, Weat Vint I at*. jn Deed oI
'nut Book Ma 16, wage 287,1 will mil at the lront
loor ol the Coon Houao of aald county, on
BATURDAY, THK 20th DAY OF JUNE, lfK,
ommcnclne at 10 o'clock a. the following
roperty: The north twenty-eight feet of Lot No,
i In George ZilUs' addition to the City of Wheel'
ug.^ Abo, the eouth two feet of Lot No. 15 In aald
The title la believed to be perfcet, but I will con*
ey only the tltie Teated In me by Mid deed of ,
ruxt
Tjuuuor Sau?One-third and na mveh ao.vu
he purchaser electa to pay In caah, the balance In
iro equal Instalments at tlx and twelve xnontha;
lotce bearing Internet from the day of rale to 1*
iren for the deferred payment*, and secured by
loed of trait and policy of insurance on the t-roprty.
W J. W. COWDKN, Trustee.
W. H. Hallkk, Auctioneer. myi6
pRUSTKE'S SALE.
by virtue of a deed of trout bearing dato 2?d <Hy
f cctober, 1880, mide by J. K. Weeks and Malleit
Ve*k? his wife, to me mm trusUv, and re rorUcd In
)eed of *1 ruai Book No. 17, page 2;4, of the land
ecorda of Ohio county, \Ve?t Virginia, 1 will, on
TOB3DAY. JULY M. iNtf.
ell At public auction, At IK- front <1?or of tho
lourt IfotiHe. at 10 o'clock a. the following real
attic, to wit:
All of acertalu plfcc of land > Ittiatoi in Trladd*
ibU Mftriot. Ohio county. Wot Virginia, ana (*?
crlbed and bounded ai follow*: Jleuinniui; at n
takoon the noitb edge of tbo Cumberland Nmd,
orner to Ucnrr firtnoitroup lot and W. 0. Thornmix;
then re thirty-rive (S5) feat cast wiih ihe line
if the Cumberland I toad to a tuke; 'hetttv In ?
tamllel line with tbo Brauditruiip llu? to I Ut'o
Via cling Creek: thmce with the mcandciiun of
aid creek to the lirandatroup line; ilienoo with
he line on the castaldo of the It nu<Utroup Int to
be t-cglniilng. with all o! thu appurtununces
hereto belonging, nnd beltjMheMmrgronud that
ru? lonvoycd to J. K. Wi ok* by W. a Thorn bin*
iad wife by deed dated December 10,1878. nnd reonfed
inmiid land records In Uivj Book f*o. 70,
>age 17. There is on Mild land a sued frame dwell*
a houie
TucMUorfliLK-Ouo-lhlrd cash; bu'aocc iu ono
nd two jreai?;'?ecnred.
join I). B. THORNIU'Rntl. Trustee.
Trustee's Sale of personal
PROPERTY.
By virtue of a Deed of Trnit made by Chifetiau
(elbke and Kato fieibke hi* wife, to tho uudti*
igncd trustee. dated the23d day of February, IBM,
md recorded in Deed of Trust llook No. 17, pane
ilO, ho will, on
SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1P85,
jommendng at 10 o'clock a. m.. sell at public atioiou
to the hlghcet and bent bidder, the following
I escribed personal property, to-wit: Thirty-two
bouaand two hundred and lUtT-alx beer bottle*
low used by said fclbko In hia wcr botiliug IjukI*
ie?a; thirty-two (32) dozen boxra for holding beer
Kittloa; ono hundred and tlity (160) Birt h Beer
>oxea; four hundred and ninety Ave (-MS) two
lozon beerboxw; three deika, chain, two latuta,
md all other, tbo property compoiilKg the oillro
urniturc of taid Blebkc, situate m thu old Biuith
Jrowery building, in said city of Wheeling: also,
me aafe, two ('Ji cork machines, ono buKKV, two
torses, ODC uouoie wrruu, iwu ampic wa||uu?, iuiit
els of liaruots, mid thirty gross 01 patent corks.
Mid sule will bo made in tbo place of business
if said Christian fleibke, in tho old Mnith ttrcwry,
and (routing on Cnspllne street, In Mid City
if Wheeling.
TJfKALtf 0* BALE?Cosh in hand on day of sale.
K. U. BaKU, Itusicc.
W. n. Hallkr, Auctioneer. my2ti
The above sa'e has been postponed until Saturlay,
Juue '20, 1885, at the tame tunc and place.
Jcfl K. G. IIAKll, Trustee.
pRUSTEE'S SALE.
Uy virtue of a deed of trust made by Samuel
klleu and Mary J, Allen bis wife, to me us trustee,
o secure tbo Crtseent Building Association, dated
>ctobcr ?), 1883. recorded in the otlicc of tho Clerk
if the County Couit cf Marshall Couuiy, West Vir;inia.
In Deed of Trust Book No ft, mho 17'.?, 1 will
ell at tbo front door of thu Court lloiuo of Marhall
couuty, ou
SATURDAY, THE 11th DAY OF JULY, 1SS5,
lommeticlug ai 10 o'clock a. v., tho following docribed
property, that Is to ?ay: A certnin tract of
and situated iu Union District, in Marshall conny,
btMto of West Virginia, bonudoi us follows, to*
vit: Beginning at a stake in Richard Allen's line,
icar Wallace's spring; thence with Mild line south
K. 4212-100 polos to a stake ou a branch of
Joges' hun; thence down tho meanders thereof
ifl w-100 poles lo ustake iu theoriciuhl lino: thr.uce
J. 1? W. to a hlokoiy in the original line aud in
tUrhard Allen's lino; tlieuco with the original lino
J. 52? W. 74 po'ps to a red oak aud beech iu the
iriginal lino; tliencu 68? W. 18 jioics to a sugar tn u
:orucr to lion J. MoUccheu s: thence 45? W.?:?poles
0 a red elm oorner to John Quigley; thence N. 20'
A, 50 poles to a black walnut comer to John Qulgey;
tnence N. ft7? W. 68 poles to a while oak at a
isn&il drain: thence with tbo dniiu iIoau to a
joint corner to John Qufgley and lohn Brown to a
jcoub on the point: thcucc up the run to a sugar
;reoon the bank of tho run; tbcucA up tho inn
ivith the incundeis thereof and binding thereon to
1 stone marked A; tnence N. 87? js. 22 poles to a
itono marked B; thence lo the beginning, supposed
:o contain lay acres, be the Mine more or less.
Tho title to tho above land is believed to be per
cot, but i win convoy oniy itie uttu vouu m ?uu
ty uild deed of tru?t.
Tkkmd or 8ALK-Ouc third, mid ns much more aa
Jie purchaser electa to pay In cn h on the day of
ale, tho balance iu two equal Imtaimenui nt one
ind two ycara, with intercut. lor which tho pur:htt?cr
shall execute m* note* with good Kcu.ity.
H'Arhif Interest f.ora tho d#y of >ji1c. tho lij.ul
itlo to be retained ua further tmirhy fur the di*
trred paynionta, or at tho putchnkor'N option lie
nay secure tho notrn for such poymeuta by deed
>f truat on tho property.
\\M. P. HU11UARD, Truntee.
W. J. W. Cow pes, Solicitor jol
Shimmcs glworts.
BP a^OOFEETr"
JEER PARK"AND OAKLAND!
On the Chut of tho Alleghaulen. within tho
Famoua Qlade Section, Llrcctly on tlio
lineol the 11. AO.
No Stage Rides or 'Bui Transfer*.
All Limited Exproffl Trnlna Slop.
Willi tho new and unparalleled foat achedulu on
ho Baltimore dt Ohio Railroad, ihc*o lovely twin
wortfi are beyond all comparison tho mo*t adwtuageoiuly
located, both aa to train Mrvice ami Mir????
'ml nl (1m Uiy.liliui
Magnificent Trains! Through without channel
Juliet, bleeping, I'arior Family ltoom mid I My
loathe*.
REASON Ol'KNS JUNK JJ2.
No Flloal No Mosouitoeai No Hay Fever I
No Mi&lHria!
Dotr I'ark and Oakland, tho one boing but nix
nlle? distant from ibo other-with thu most clim in*
11 Is drives connecting tbern?wilt l>u under the
aanagemem of Mr. W.J. Walker, who, in Ul* two
caaona' management of Beer I'ark, rnudu ninny
ntbualastlo irlenda of the glorious resort*.
All communications abould be addrtwed toW.
. WALK KB, Queen City llotcl, Cumberland, Md.,
p to June lo. Alter that date cither Deer l ark or
lakiand, Md.
Katkh-DUO, 875 and too per month, accord*
ug to locations. Diagrams of rooms and lloont
p?u at B. & 0. ticket office.
lbe B. <k O, Company has sparud no oxpourc in
enderlng Deer I'ark and oaklnud the leadiug
fountain lteaortN of the Kaat, and for the reason
I 'Hi thu attractions will be o! a cha/acit? not
ithorto couailed, and the cuisine of both hotiHca
nexoelled.
flrat'elaaa Laundry. Fine Livery.
The finest place for Chlldieu in tuo land.
my37
?IHE KENSINGTON,
Sarnto^ftSprlngM,
a finest and moat healthy location on Union
tveuue. overlooking Congress I'ark. with an audi*
Ion of 100 rootni. billiard room, children's play*
oom, and new dluiug*room. Opcus Juuu ill.
AME8 H. hOUUfcRH, owner and proprietor, alM
roprietor Coleman llouie, New \oric. and lirie
taiiwy UIIII?H "?"I ? 'v'
DOWELL HOUS13,
Webb Ave., bet. Central aud Beach,
OCKAN OBOVE, N. J.
Tills popular bouse having been cnlarnwl and
emode:ed, la one of the moat dinirablu iu thin vl?
InltT, belDR tupplicd with Artnhui water, hot Mid
aid bit'hi and other modern Improvements. //>
itlon UDiarpasicu, being hut uiio block from thu
oean. lake and bathlnu ground!. and near tno
odtofflce. Will reopen ilny 15. lhttT,. Mm. Cfcpl.
owkll, Mra. H. Uuutx, 1'roprleton. P. 0. Uox '.OW.
arJMw
gouet anil SifiJt gainlce.
D. C. KUBNBR,
Lmaa Anil OSwn OnSnlnr V
luubs dim oi?ii ramici
GRfcAJOSnEIiR/,
jtlazlor Sc. Pnpor Ilanjrcr,
ixsDuunra
Palate, Varjiislic*,
Oils, HIuih, if.
No. 1727 MARKET 8THEET.
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gictnvts antl girt gXattriala.
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