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WS?KUNO. w. VA; JUNE 19, lfiM. inhibited dully (Snndayi excepted) 07 FREW, CAXPfiELL k IIART, - Frops. At Noa. 26 and 27 fourteenth itreet. TKBM8 or DAILY. One copy ono jm r...Jfc CO I Tiire?; jnonUu..,.^.53 CO Blx montha IQOlOneaiontti^...^ 65 JDellrerrd hy carrier* in city, 16c per week, TJCRM8 or glMi-WZKKLY. 010 7i?r .. ~..|3 001 Six month*,. ??fl 60 TKR3W 07 WKKKLY. Oac year....? ~~.fl 001BI* mouth*,.- 66 Great rod action to CI ate. Send lor wunplo copy Pflii cimilari. AddieM rE?W, CAMPBELL A HAST, Wheeling, w. Va. [Entered at the Pontofflce at Wheeling, W. Va., ai aenonrt ciom nntter.1 Millculnl Dajg. v??? curfliv an "era of jjood feeling" has dawned again. Hue we have the esteemed Jlrgitter becoming nothing less than superlatively indignant because a dcssn inoto or less of its partisans aro trying to get the Republican postmaster of Whetiirg out sotliot every blessed ono of them may gat in. Not content with doing what it can to blight the hopes of Democratic aspirants, tho ltigUlir charges that an "alleged Republican" is trying to help on this wicked conspiracy against a Republican civil servant. A partisan newspaper must go often to prayers before it becomes able to tako this lofty, I patriotic view of a malter of this kind. Then we have the (gentlemanly applicants for the postofHce. Thoyall deprecate the filing of charges against Postmaster Sterling, and thero isn't one of them who would not scorn to profit by, such a device. They want the place, hut heaven " .1?. ?..i,itali,, a hand witness mat iuuj- T>yuiuu . ?? in raking up cliirneal Tbey are aware that Col. Sterling can't be put out without charges setting forth that he has been in the habit of pooh-poohing the passing Democratic parade, but somebody else must make the cliargcs without letting the very circumspcct aspirants into the socrot.1 This is why we mike bold to speak ol the pauing hour as in the naturo of an "era of good feeling". It is a sublime spectacle to behold these several Democratic agsncies protesting against the wicked e(lbrt of abandoned Republicans to turn a Uepnblican postmaster out. After all this, if we were in Postmaster Sterling's plsca we wouldn't go out. llm iJtuik ioriho blKUKlitcr. It begins t? Ionic as though Hoadly will have to head the Democratic ticket over the wa/ or the ticket will go without a head. Thurrnan and Geddes and Converso and the rest of them beg to be excased. They are shrewd politicians. They reali*?tho situation. They can't see wliat they have, to gain by being knocked down. They dou't want to run and they "don't havo to." With Hoadly the case is different The colli oil crowd baa the twistoD him. McLean and his outHt made Hoadly Governor, and they expect something of him in return. They liave no idea of electing the Governor, hut they want a head for their State ticket, so that they can make the appearaaco of a fight and get in their line work for the Legislature. Johnny McLean mado Mr. Payne Senator. Payne represents the northern part of the State. McLean raises his awful head as a representative of Southern Ohio. The geography is all right and the combination is intact. Hoadly is being oiled with fino compliments, and it need Barprise no one if the Democratic convention nominates bim with a hurrah, as the only man who can save the party. Then the McLean crowd will go in to make the boss United States Senator. This is a lino fate - ? ' -m . i___, 4 . t)aman ior noaaiy?"oaicuereu iu ui?ao ?iw?mu holiday 1" The CJ>y Gramtnur tjwhonl#, Dr. Jepson's argument before the ?f Board of Education in behalf of a central grammar school is a very clear and forcible presentation of a question which is pressing for settlement Dr. Jepson favors tho solution of the problem which is in the line of economy and of tho greater efficiency of the public school system. Fortunately, this ia the view which, wo believe, tho public has already taken, and this conviction wlU be strengthened by so logical an exposition of the case. The starting point in this matter ia that the schools need more room. This end can bo gained better and at less cost by the erection of a central grammar school building than in any other way. That the work can be moro systematized by this method ia obvious. Nobody need take fright at the name of high?echool. That is merely to comply Willi mu Ul\V. ifc IB U\JV JUU|IVBCVi Ml ?U" crease the number of studies in tho lino of Instruction which docs not (oil properly wi'hin the scopo of tho public achool syatcin. Wo liavo already gone higher than tho public ought ter go, and thero ia little danger of going further in that direction. Tho idea is to meet at the least expense the requirements of the schools and to onablo the city in ita effort to give a common school education, to do bettor by the pupils. Something must be done and thla plan seema to ba tho easiest and beet. tim cnoPs la the Uonlor Oouuiien-How Fnrmert aro ProniiailuiC in th? 8 Hi to. COrrapondaKC of the InleUlwcer. Buktox, W. Va , Jane 18.?Having had occasion to visit parts of our neighboring (State, Pennsylvania, adjoining thii part ?f Wu?? V'tmlnla mnatlu thwtlinfi (jmnna couuty, 1 found a very encouraging state of attain. Growing crops mo unusually promising and the universal exception of whost, which, although having been reduced in acreage owing to winter causes, baa picked up ainuingly. and the most there is of it promises good yield and quality. Farmers through Greene county", Pa., and this section of the State, although having passed through a winter unprecedented in the history of either for general scarcity, loss .and discouragement, are coming heroically to tho front, and predict, witli the kindly assistance of a Divine Providence, the early and rare return of season ot full and plenty? Grass, so.very Inferior last season, will this season bo unusually abundant This section ia tbia season turning out very ranuderabio rocic oak too Mr* which fg claimed to be specislly nice, although the season win Ur bom promUlnsr. TilU) industry Is * largo Item in the finances of this territory and being a cash article ono Audi ready sale, early in season ; lost season there having been shipped iron) this point some three thousand dollars value. Live stock is very abundant on large farms having accumulated in such way owing to the shortage in feed bystnaller berdcis, and having served as a medium of exchange daring "hard times." Storekeepers here and in yonr correspondent's rounds complain of alow sale* of merchandise and an entire shut down In collections. None are going; east 5SS?3Ji?B;Si?? Harris, who at the mill of Dennis Berdino fell upon a circular aaw, severing the right arm and leg and tho bodyatthocentor. He leaves a wife and young family. I had lately a conversation witliseveral ex-soldiers well posted in battle lore, may he will give you, later, views, of marches and engagements, In some instances uufcriog from inagaaine reminiscences, shared In care, by your C'oKRispoxuaNT. START A HAKKItV, YOUNG MAS. A DUfrunlled Prodoe? Karclmat'a Prolonged arowl at 111* Timer. -Vetc York Tribune A gray bearded product merchant in a straw hat and a Limerick ulster, buttoned tight from his chin to hie ankles, leaned agalnet a poet near Washington Market and smoked a cigar. "These are cur'us times," said the old man. sending out a puffuf smoke. "Not much in 'em for our bualntaa. Too much handling for the commission we get Why, Pork's down to iour cents a pound. I hain't seen it there since before the war. The Cleveland and Ueudrlcks Club said last fall it would go down to four cents if Hlaino was elected, hut it 'pears like it's got there anyway, i've seen it up as high as nine cents. Then there was money in pork and times was lively. Times are good enough now for those who havo work. Livln'a cheap and wages have not been reduced comparatively; but work la down and the fellers who haven't work have to shave close." "Are the prices on other products aa low as on pork?" ' "All of 'em are way down below *ero Why, the best butter la only seventeen cents in the market. You ought to get the very best at retail for twenty-live cents ?there's margin enough in that, Sugar an J co (Tee's cheap; amfbeef is way down to nine cents. The market is lull and people don't want to buy much. The prospects of the Roochun war made tilings active for a time, bnt it glutted the market. And fish?they just swum up and asked to be hooked and eaten. Think of it, a dozen fine fresh mackerel for ten cents." "It ought to make the restaurant business profitable." "Yes, it ought to, and it would if there weren't more on 'em than there aro people to eat. The restaurants buy a carcass for ten cents a pound, and they get out of that the?teaks, porterhouse and sirloin, roasts and no end of soups. Thero ought to ho profit in it somewhere." "How is the price of Hour?" "Jnst like all the rest; way down to $4 a barrel. I'll give you a tip, young fellor, if you want to make a fortune. Go start a bakery. There's millions in it. People must cat, you know, and they'll eat more bread when they can't afford to eat anything olse. Here are bakers all over the city, some with two or three stores that they pay six or seven hundred dollars rent apiece for. They sell out their stock clean every night and fill up again next morning. Why, I know half a dozen bakers i who make from eighty to one hundred < barrels of fionr a day into bread. Don't' you think there's money in ltr JJreau costs tbcm less than three cents a pound baked. They sell the loves at Iroiu live to ten cento; and there is not more than two pounds in the biggest of them. They made a respectable profit on the bread when Hour was $3 a barrel. I don't think the loaves are any bigger now that (lour is cheaper. A baker that uses a hundred barrels of flour for his business don't take in a cent lets than $1,000. Knock o(T$400 for bis Hour, and $300 more for wages, rent, waste, eta, and yon have a pretty little profit loft. Go start up a bakery and make your fortune?I'll go got another cigar." - Kiintmnr KcciirMtou Haute ltuolr. The Pennsylvania Railroad has ipstied its Annual Summer Excursionltoute Book lor 1885, containing over one thousand different excursion routes and including all the principal Eastern Summer Resorts and prominent places of interest in the East. Poreons contemplating n summer trip can determine the questions of where to go, how to go, and rates very easily by a perusal of this book. A Visit to uu African King. London Truth* We determined first to go and pay Mankoroane, the Chief or King of the tribe, a visit, whose placo found without difficulty?a common large hut, made of mud plastered together with brushwood and reeds and coarsely thatched on the roof. The eaves projected over the walls about three feet, so that a veranda was formed around the hut. The entrance was through a yard which surrounded the hut, with a wall of brushwood seven feet high. Thero.was only one doorway, into which we entered on a smooth yard of red clay. Here, with their backs to the wall, Bat some men, probably the King's bodyguard. They were all more or less dressed, having trousers patched with every conceivable color and material, some with hate, others with old Government helmets. The infills of the hnt was lined with gray day bearing quaint figures and devices. Opposite the door and close to the inside wall lay a man on a couch with a foldedup shawl under his head. He had on a red flannel shirt, bine coat, very old cord trousers and boots with cloth tops, hnt no socks. lie was tho King. At his head sat another person, the Queen, sitting like a tailor, naked to the waist She had a quantity of beads roAnd her neck, of diUerent colors, from which hung charms and such useful articles as keys. The King was sound asleep, but the Queen and attendants were wido awako. Hound against the wall sat his two Princesses, or daughters. Then two men smoking. Not ono of them took the slightest notice of us. At lost 1 addressed the Qaeon, and wished her all the compliments of the season. All then began to talk except the King, who was still asleep. To keep them company I took up tho chorus of an old song. They seemed delighted at this, so I gave It them again, laughing violently all tho time, my friend imploring me to keep quiet lest I should wake the King and Incur his wrath, but lie did not awako. We then offered the Queen cigarettes, and tbo Princesses, and tho two men. Tho nearest Princess chewed her cigarette. After sitting most of an hour we got up to go, and 1 nearly fell over a black baby lying on the floor, which yelled and woke tho King. Up he Jumped and greeted us most warmly, shaking hands and asking for "bacco, and also "aulllin." I gave him a cigarette, which he forthwith lit up, imploring me to give him a shilling. 1 took out my purso and turned it upsicle down, and out dropped a pieco of money, for which the 1'rtnccssos, the Queen and courtiers scrambled, Ono of the Princesses secured it and held it up. laughing. We then left, saying "Goodbye." Famotu for Families. Most appropriately is Brown's Iron Bitters called a family medlcino in view of such cases as that of Mrs. Cook, of.67 Frolinghnysen Ave., Newark, N. J. That lady writes, "I havo used Brown's Iron Bittern since last summer with ureal benetlt. es pecially for indigestion, anil always bay ball a down bottles at once. There are three to use it; wo all feel stronger than lor years beforo, and can recommond it to all who suflor from dyspepsia, lo? of strength or indigeatlon, rightfully termed the king of evils." ?ptctel Stttctii ACAttD.?ToaUwhoareanflfcrio* from ana and Indtacretloui ot Moth, nerwm, mUM, Hit. Jooni T. Inua, suuoo D., New York. IrU-inrww All rtu stopped tree bj Sr. KUntl Qn*t Norre Restorer. No IIU alter Unit dir'l ik Klf Trlouicurai. TmttMind la 00 trial bottle tree to ritcuo. Send to Dr. Kline, Ml Arch St., I'hIU., Fa. cancer InaUtnte, Ml Anil Manila., Fa. Oo Hit . WMWHW XIII 'I TV J i I'fi Inn u JU Had Dona That BlinuU, CkUaffO Hmldi "Husband, hut's an item in the paper about a poet who paver hia time communicating with nature, and who works so alow that be often spends a whole day upon a single line. Wonderful ian't it?" "Now. I sometimes do that myself." "You? What line did you ever spend a whole day on?" "A fish line, of coune." The Bntid Uegln* to Play* St. Paul Pioneer Prm. On Into tho Inner penetralia drifted the crowd and banked Itself up around the outer walls of a two-cent-poled tent with a doublo ring and the. usual alluringly bewitching mate of poles, wires, ropes and such lito tackle. men, aiusr evervuuuj bid climbed ap over everybody else, the band played a lifting air, tho whirl and tinsel of the grand entry was duly exhibited, and the circus was fairly on. Tb? Dog wu Dliguted. U'atMnglon Oazdli. A farmer living near town tells of a lively light between a bnll and ablir dog, both of which belonged to bim. He says the dog got the bnll by the ear, when the latterralsedhlsheadand ran straight through a very strong stake and ridered rail fence, pushing bis way through with the dog in front. The rails flew in every direction, and the dog had stvcral bones broken. He wax glad to let the bull alone and quit the field. mv u jaJEKT. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backachc, fluM*. toothache, I?n it*, nr III It Until LY MIS# A HI) llllEt, . THE C1I.1KUW A. VOOELEB CO. Mtlw.?*.C.jl.A. ggoots ttita Shoes. Sow ftsvr oadantflsil what i a perfect flt la? That painful period ofMbrcahlncla"ii doomed essential to every novr outfit TJils u positively ua. accessary. Tha clontlflrf principles nppUod to thonomtxous shapes and sizes of "tha Hunan" ohoc, Insures perfbet fit, and their flnrttmty, ate> 3?o frosdoaj from tho lortaxes of "breokiav in." u tbojr era tnsy ncd coatortoWa ftom the first day. Bold everywhere. your shoo dealer for thoxa. HANAN & SON. J. W. AMICE, 1113 Main Street, noll-nr Solo Agents for Wheeling. getttist*. | x-m r?r\ n hitt i tm a v | 1 jcjv. v. hlluuimuil! DENTIST. OFf^CferKO. 1318 MARKET STREET, .(CriDglo'i Block.) Gold Llued Flutes. Teeth Without Plates. Careful attention Riven to the preservation ol nttural teeth, a 11 work buhiuj.i eit Priceireigopablo. jelB QHARLES E. MASO*^ DENTIST, 00r. twelfth & market btreet8, Entranoo 1305 Market Street. OWffe Unnir?0 to 1 r. v.. 2 to 5 r. y. aprl "\X7HEELING DENTA.L PLACE. TT ESTABLISHED 1871. Bost Gum Xeetli. l$7 ViMJMTUy.. Tcoth oxtractcd without pain by a new Anaesthetic. Local Application. (You ore uot put to sleep.) Toeth filled very reasonable. DR. 8, B. CALDWELL, inrlfi -Tnrfih St..*n?tr. ThMv-tlflh flt 'jKolles Stating fEUnlis. CHAPLINE STREET RINK. Finest floor in the City. BEST LIGHTED, . BEST VENTILATED, Accessible /ram all Parte ol Town. Erery visitor receive a ticket entitling them to a chance in tho Drawing (or an Elceant Chamber Hot of Furniture, a Polbhed Lra?a Centre Table, a Silver Water Pitcher and a Combined Dinner and Teattetot China, BNTLER REYNOLDS, my36 Proprietors. TSA.VELKBS' OVf.DK. Arrival and departure of TKAINH-t'xruixjiTioKorluymiNCiMAiM. Dnilr. t3??4?y oxoepiodj IMoodij exeepuxl ? wim?i"g * ituui Depart. Arrive. w. & o. it. it.?Ejutt. Express*........ .. 0:40 am 8:60pm Fxprca*? ?... 6:80 p m *10:15 a m Cumberland accom ...... 8:15am 4:35 pm Mannlngtoii Accom ?... 4:10 pm 8:40 am Moundavlllo Accom 11:85 am 1:20 pm wxsr. Exprca (Chicago and Col)...... 9:18 am9 5:20 a m Exprcw (Chicagoand Col)...... 7:50pm * 7:40am KzprtH (Chicago and Col) *10:25 pro* 0:80 p m Zauesvlilo Aocom 8:40 p m 10:50 a m Zancsvllle Accom 7:85am 8:50 pm W., P. * II. Dir. WMblngtonaudPittsburgh... 5:25am til:05am Washington and Pittsburgh... 7:i0am r fl:06pm Washington and Pittsburgh.- 8:20 p m "l'?: 15 p m Washington ?.. f 6:05 p m 8:10 a m Pittsburgh t 7:25am f 8:55pm Pittsburgh nud Now York f 1:20 pm f 3:35 pm Pitaburgh and Now York f 4:10 p m fll:55 a m WEST. Exprcw, fin. and St Eouta.... 7:25 a m t 7:06 a m Exprew, cm. and tit. Lou!*.... 8:40 p m t p m Express ateubenvlllo & Col... l :30 p m f 8:85 p m ~. 5:?0pm Pittsburgh, ule've.* & (jhl t5:47am f QJr8pm Wellsville, Cleve. .v Chi t>:US ft m f 3; 18 a m Pitts., New ^ork & Chi. ii:07amf 1:24 pm Pittsburgh and New York. 4:Upmf4:?pm East Liverpool Accom............ 6:18 pm f 8SJQ am Exp run, Clovel^nd.E, & W...|f 10:17 am f 2:27 pm mutuod aitihij......... t t:ii pn?l '? fit. CUlrsvllle Atoonu.... 4 9:17 a m f 8:17 a m St. GlalOTille Acoom,fl:il7pmtl:22pm Ht. ClainvlUo Aooom \ 5r37 pm f 6:07 pm Local KrofKhtand Aooon...... 4:47am 9*0 pin Ohio Ktrvr lUUlroad. 1'a.s uiits-tr.... 0*5 am *11:30 am Pa?hcugor-.. 4:00 pm 8:35 pm Freight ........ 9:06 a m 6:15 p m B.,56. AC. Railroad. Leave BclUIro at 12*0 p. m. (or Summerfield. Laavtt Bellalro at 9:10 x. u. for Bummorflcld and ZanwvtUe. ' Leave Belial re at 4*0 p. u. for Woodifleld. Arrive at fiellalre 8:25 a. 11:00 a. m., and 4*0 P.M. "VyHEELING & ELM GROVE R. R. On ?nd after MONDAY, May 4,1885, trains on the W. &B.Q.B.B.WIU leave ?< follow: Leave city a? Leave WheeUni Bark n" 6:80 a. m. 1*0 r. si# 8:10 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 0:10 " 2:00 ? 7*0 " .1:00 " 7*0 " 8:00 ' 8.00 44 8:00 44 8:00 " 4:00" 9:00" 4.40 44 9:00 44 8:00 44 10:00 44 6:00 " 10:00-,4 0:10 44 Utoo 44 0:10 44 11:00 44 7:00 44 m? 44 7:00 44 i 12:00 44 8KJ0 8:00 44 i . ,',is:: 0* IUKOAVM. Lara.cltr ?t?1. v. ud rou crcry hour until g hffrl EHR: mfl lupaUMsAMi jtm jiaptgrtsttntnU. \X7ANTED?A GIBL TO WOBK 5f f T Ltnsdrjr. to learn Barchlng and Ironing. 7nqoIreatlltfMaIost>^ >' }el9 TfOR SALE-HORSE AND BUGGY. X Hone Ore jeut old; sound. auntie nud good driver. Top Bom. Hie bar good a< new. EnqoJ^oi H. A. JuJiJiS, No. 1KI X, Front *imt, OF P. NOTICE. K. OF P. Memben ol the Ohio Valley L^dgo No. 31, K. of P.,areroqneetedtomeet?t their Guile Hall tomorrow (Saturday) morning, June 20,at8:'0 a.*. sharp. B. W. CONNELLY, a a r. j.8cgp>fa?K.K.ol B.*8. Jel9 ^yHITE MOUNTAIN Joe Crbam EroezcrK, Are tho quickest, best and most durable onea mode. Call and ceo them or send (or catalogue to N88BITT & BRO., jelft Bola Agtnta for this city. pUBLIO SALE. The admlntatra'ori of Joi. Harrla, deceased, will olfaratPubHc Bole on the i-r< uii-oa at Moundv TlUe. >v. V*., a ltrga lot of Ureen Howe 1*11011, conslstlngoi Omnge, Lemon, FJ? and Japan Per* slmmun Tree*, au bsariDg frnlt. Many other Plants will be sold. Alio hl? entire Hontchold and Kitchen Knrnltue.* jett* JJO, FOR MOUNDSVILLE. The Wertoy M. E Sunday School wiU hold Its Annual Picnic atMoundaville Camp Uronnjln, SlTUItDAY, JUNE 20. Train will leave the Baltimore & f-hlo Dejot at 8:35, ?nd Thirty seventh >treet at 8:45'a; m. ROUND TRIP. Adn1!a...??........M ..... 45 cents. Cblldien..................... 20 cents. Hcketa can ho had of Kov. 8, King,paitir; John Wsl Old, P. y. Flood, J. F. Thompson. JelO Capital Dining? Rooms, MlRIIN THORNTCK, PROPRIETOR. Established Sopt. 1.18T8. Udlc?' and Gfullemcn's Dining Koomi. Meals at ill hours. nil & 11TO MABPT RTRK1T. /COMMISSIONER'S SALE. butc of Wat Virginia, ?tty of Wheeling, 8.9. In tho Municipal Court of Wheoliuj,'. Caroline B.Brue?, gtiardlan of Carrie] F. Bract. Henrietta Bruei and Charles Homy Bruea, Infant*. In Chancery. Caroline B. Bruei and other*. Fy virtus of the author^ yetted in me,by a do creeof iheMuuldDal Court of Wheeling, entered In the above entitled came, on the 6th day of I Juno. 1895.1 win proceed to sou ai puouo aucuon. | at the front door of the Court iiouae of Ohio county, West Virginia. In the city of Wheeling, to tho lilyne.st and beat bidder, ON SAl'DBDAT, JULY 25,1885, brginning at 10 o'clock a. tbo following do fieri *ed real csta'e, that in to say: The two lot* fronting on the cast side of Norlh front street, aod cumbered two hundred (200) and two hundred aadoneCOt) on tho plat ot the addition to the City, of Wheeling, laid out by Henry Moo'o, trustee ot Jibooezcr Zane's ettaie. and called Zane's Island addition to tbe ci.y <>t Wneeltog. And al-o the water or panture ^t lying cast of tno two lota above ncscribcd, and deaiguated on tho plat of Kane's Is'aud tulditlm to the city of Wheeling, by tbo number nine (9). Tuuts ofSalh?One-third o' tho purchase monoy atid u much more ai tho purchaser may eloct to pay. to be Mid in cash on ihe day of stle; and the residue thereof in .three equal insu<meuts at , twelve, twtnly four aud lhnty-?ix months, with inteie<tfrom duy of sale; the purebaaor to givo hi* "notes, with approved security, for tho deferred instalments; the titli to bo retained until the pur chfse money and tho lateresc thereon shall be wholly paid. J.?. COWDJEN, Special Commiuloner. W. n. IlALi.Eit, Auctioneer. I hereby certify that J. R. Cowden, Special Commissioner, hai given bond with security ai required by law and tbe decree of June 0, 1855, in too above eutitiid cause. THOMAS M. DABRAH, ^Cleric of the Municipal Court of Wheeling. QOMMISSIONEK'g SALE. la the Municipal Court of Wheeling, Weit Virginia. Iu chancery. fcircon Qorkhelmer and Geo. B. Caldwell, trustee. Against William H. Winters, J. M. Tnorabtirgand Sadie B. Thornburg. Ills wife, ltobert Kordyce and Lixxle A. Kordycc, hUvfllf, William W. Amett, trustee, the Iteymaun Brewing Company, a corporation, James Weill, William Klllngfiam, S. II. Crarton, and James MoClure, partners doing hu?lne*a uuder the Arm name and stylo of Kelll A Elllngham, Harvey W. Winters and Benjamin Msekey, wtom doing bmlncw uuder the nrm name and style of Winters A Maekey, Marks Schwart* and Isaa? Mansbaeh, partners doing busiuei* under the firm namo and stylo of Schwartz A Mansbaeh, Hun jam in A. Msekey, James lline, Alfred T. McKeag, tho Exchange Bank of Wheeliog. Levlnia B Slmms, and Alfred Slmms. ber busband. la pursuance of tlie authority rested in me by a riMwn nf tht! ubove-mcuilouid court, made and entered In Mid causoon tho 8d day of June, A. 1). 1883, the undorslgned, a soecial commissioner appointed (or the purpose by that court lu aald decree, will ou WEDNESDAY, TIIE 22d DAY OF JULY. 1885, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at Uie front door of tho Court House of Ohio county, sell nt public auction, tho several parcels of real estate hereinafter mentloucd, or so much as may be ueceisary to pay the liens upon tho same as set forth in said decree, the cost* ofsultauU expenses of sale. 1. A rarcol of ground lu the City of Wheeling, in Ohio County, West Virginia, that is to say, tho tooth half ot lot numbered one hundred and tweutv-three (128), fronting on Market square between Tenth and Klevontb streets, thirty-three (33) feet, and running back the suue wlath to the alley; and part of lot numborcd 181 between Teuth aud Eleventh street!, frontlus 88 feet on Chapline strcot aud running back of the same width to the said alley, and being tho part of lot number 131 on which the tavern stable now stands, and said half of lot 123 and part of lot 131 Is the same properly, which was conveyed to William U. Winters and J. M. Thorn burg by Anule M. James aud husband, by deed dated tlie 3th day of May, 1882, and of record in the oQIco of the Clerk of tho county Court of the said county. 2. The lot numbered eighteen (18) of the nib-di* vision of the Poor liouso farm as laid out by tho Board of Commkslouere of laid oouuty, which said lot is bounded as follows: Beginning ut a stake at the southwest corner of First street, extends in tho sub-division of tho farm aforesaid to tho cemotery ?--1 ?.1 ilnn thntina smith w?t MA to poles, loutb 8?, eut 3iKS poles, north , eut 18.OI poles, north83:. cut 15. GO poles,north \T. out 4 Ci poles to cemetery road.ana with Mid road . north 2H?, west 8L0t poles to place ol begiuulng, ' containing 5 70-100 acres, mora or lew, excepting therefrom tbo 0,420 square fast of said parcel of land, which wu con- , Tt-vcd to uid William II. Winters and wire and the uld Robert Fordyee and wife t> UvlulaB. HlinuR, by deed dated the 1Zddat of November, 1878, aud recorded in the ofTloe of the Clerk of the ; County Court of thu laid county on the'4th day of December, 1878. Thewld 6,420 ftiuare feet bciug lot numbered one (1) of tbelot uumber eighteen (Its) of iheiuVdlvlalon of tbo Poor Kara as laid out by the CoBunlnloww* of Ohio county, which uld lot (No. l) Is u follows: Beginning at a stake it tbo noitbeut corner; thenco ruunlog wcatwlthcoun8 road 122 feet to a stako; thence running south feet to t stako*. theuco running out 92 feet to county road; thuueo with sild road 6* foot to plate Stoceor parool of land situated in the town of Kim Grove, in Mid county of Ohio, bounded ai follows: Bcglnulug at a nuke on tbo south Udo of First street at the northwest comer ol lot 18, ran* nltig tbooco south 8?, out Stt? poles, south 825$?. west 30.42 i?oles, north 8?. west 17.08 poles to Pint acits, more or loss. ... 4. a certain tract or parcel of land situated In Ohio county on Wheeling creek, part of which wu known u tbo Merchant tract, aud which it boundedM follows: Wglnnlngai a stake on thoorcck bank and2Spoles wuth if a sugar trco; tbenre south 45?. wost 58 poles to a stake in tbo original line; tbenco *lth It north 60', west poles to a sugar i tee; theuco weiU.V, oust 00 poles to a whlto ~TT. ,i... i..,nk nf thn nr?ok; Ihonm nr. thn credit with thetneatdoti thereof and tho boundline tlieiwnimtt |mie? to thobeilnului, contoliiiiiK n KK lu)itwonty-tluw ""<1 uvea and > hall OITh'oMl?uw""'Si city ol WhcoHtti will bo mid lint Mid tho other three parcel. ol Jonl will I be sir.ted together trad ?eiiat?tew, ?n<l any two o i tbe unto may be told toiutlier, .nd Itic ?.!o ihnli i be made in whichever ol Mid waye of ulllni the I sruleet amount out bo Rallied. nut the land i mentloiied li e?h|blt F to tho bUl ol ptelntlm In aid came beln? part of tho land numbered a above la thUadrortleeraontof wle. ihtll not be be Bold, ihau be Iw^clont to pay the llaiii thereon. j Theland mentioned In eilUbltl' u bounded and ' deecrlbvd a. lollotn. that l;,to My: uojlnnlne at J the nortltweet comer of lot Ao. (1) ono ol lot No. IS J 01U10 SUiHUtwOh.ih inu iwr numo aim runaiOK i out 1-4 foot to count? rtmil; lucnw north wltta eouiitr loul <1t?i to louthcauSKStW lot No. ouo (1);ttitnco runnlugwwtwltb uldlotn feet UiXuiwutoonvrol Tot No. ttUtinco ruimim (oel toplMO tBSKgffi conutalng 9,0UM^ feet ?nd known ? lotTio, Joi lot No. U* o( llic lubHllvlilon of floor llottn K*nn. < Tuau or 8*1*- OituMrd Md.tomtlta mrn I u tin purctoMflr n?jr elect ?Wl iu hwo, ud tbe I a;w,sa??srt1 , .spoclil CoamlMlonor. 1 I hvebr certlf/ tlut the ??oro nuud BpccUl J sgSE?: 6E0. LSTIFEL & CO. XOO PIECES VICTORIA LAWNS! Erery Yard Imported (foods, AT 12,15,20 AND 25c, PER YARD, AL?0, SOO PIECES India Linens AT 12,15,20,25 & 85c. We offer an unusual opportunity to buy FINE WHITE DRESS FABRICS at low prices. We have a magnificent stock of goods, including many beautiful goods for GRADUATION DRESSES. FANS! FANS! We shall open on our Notion Counter a large purchase ol Fans, all colors, Plain, Em bossed, Painted and Feather Tops. Corset Department! 25 rxDZEHXT Summer Ventilating Corsets, never sold below $1 50 and $1 75, now $1 00 and $1 25. We have also a complete stock of Dr. Ball's Health Cor sets, which are strongly indorsed by some of the most eminent ladies in the country. GEO.E. STIFEL&GQ. 1114 MAIN ST. )H2 ?vy ?cods. J. S. RHODES & 1 TTTTMETG 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. Bargain 3.?500 yards best Turkey Red Table Damask in Remnants, from two to three yards each. Away down below the regular price. Just Opened! New Styles in Printed Batiste in White and Ecru grounds. New Embroidered Robes in White and Ecru. New Embroidered and Lace Flouncing with narrow width to match. J. S. RHODES & CO., 11CS MAIN Stf. tny29 Carpets, 3-uwltiwe, &c. riio Ghuupeitt uucl Bent Article In the World for the Enjoyment of Frosh Air. WHITE MOUNTAIN Hammock Chair, Strong, Durable and Light. SELF-ADJUSTING TO ANY POSITION. The White Monntalu Ham monk Chnlr differs 'rem nil other stationary or reclining chain ia hut it ti better, stronger mid simpler, la, adapted o thehouaejawn, porch or cimn, and 1? chuck 'nil of quiot comfort and btosea rost Ia far ra* wrlor to tho Hammrck in every way, and can be rat up ao aa to bo always In hu shade. By its pcoullnr conatruot'on It is balanced in all >oa'tlons, requiring no fastening* to keep it In place. The foot-rest can be qulckjy and caifly adnited to anlt tho shorten or talloat persona. The est is mad* of strong canvas, iltMng perfectly the mtire length, without crawlng dm clothing tight* y around tho body, thai making it much cooler ban a hammock: whllo the aniterance of catch* n* button*, tearing down the ladUa* hair, or In ay way displaying the 11mba ii avoided. 5. MENDEL & CO,, IIS i Main Street. tell . r^OU DODGERS AND SMALL HAND D BILIA? ao to tho INTRLLiaKKOSB JOB BOOKS, ffcs.SB ad 27 Jottrtynth wncro roofiutt uxod* lodafed il wort noiioii g?mtttral?httt0 <Saa&*. B. F. Caldwell 1500, 1502 MARKET ST., W1IKKUNU, W. VA, Mbak Potrornci. Alt Parlor and Bed-Room FURNITURE ! Dining-Room & Kitchen Outfits, WOOD, 8LATK AND IBON Furniture Repaired. m?, fJEFBIGERATOBS, Water Coolers, Ou And Oil Stoves, Fly Fads, Ice Cream Freezers, And many other icawnable article s. a K. BTJKEL & SONS, Iei7 1021 MMo 8trwt. ' gogaw & Wo. IMPORTtNTipMATION In the nre of DlilnfectanU ii nbould bo retnemI fkal <!<> nnn nrllrtlo trill lltKWlT llll DUmO)(*l. What will amw.r lor clo?t?, dra lu?. to, wli not anawer fnrlio sick rcnm An article [b*l will bo admlolblelnonodlieaio will not bo adaoted to another disease, 40. Wc b??o fall repply and variety of APPROVED DISINFECTANTS lo Powder" and Llquldi, tor rluoU, 'ojmjoi. Ac.: oIUob for tlm.lck room, otberi for clotbliij. and ollien required In contagloua dliouoe-lo dciiroy lufecUoo. . LOGAN CO., DruggUts, Bridge Corner. SAVE TOUR POTATOES. Tbo beat Potato Bob D'ltrojcr la Tarla <3rcen. The genuine article for aale by LOGAN & CO., OruiiUls, Bridge Corner. INSECT DESTROYERS! Per* l<n Tmcct Powder, WluleOllSotp, Belleboro Powder. Improved Powder Gum, FOR SALE BY LOGAN & CO. Jols 2>Xi?a faint*. WATEK-PKOOF Boarlu-MivoH Paint' 1IUUUJ IVIIAUU I unit I MANUFACTURED BY The Ullmann & Phllpott M'lg Co., CLEVELAND, O. These Faints arc designed for all kinds of Painting equally applicable to Wood, Iron, Btone or Brick buuetuns. The base ol ihese Mixed Paints is strictly pare Lead and best Oxide of Zinc, combined with the required pigments and ground in Pure Linseed OH. They answer equally to in and out-dour work, and for any object wbich it may be desirable to paint, and are not affected by climate I or temperature. They affmd a considerable saving in time and labor, and are easily applied by the most inexperienced person. We manufacture theso Paints from the best material only and make it our special study that they shall excel for glossy finish and durability. Tiiey are fast displacing the older Paints, as those who have used them once will not want any other kind. SOLD BY LOGAN & CO., Wholesale Druggists, xnyTl WHEELING. W. VA. mtutXlng ?itjj $XiUs. WHEELING r.lWV MTT.T VI A A ABA A m IB W MANUFACTURERS OF K. OF Xj. (Copyrighted) AND Vienna Rojjer Flour. ASK YOUR GROCER FOB TT OTP T. Best Flour la the Market. MILLS, Head of Twenty-Ninth Street, una wnCTi.ino. w. va. China, (Glass and fljneenswaet. j^RUIT JARS AVt> TELLY GLASSES, TIN Lira AND HUBBER8. Juat received at JUHN NiltUtL'S UHINA 51 UMt, Jolfl 1110 MAIN 8TRKKT. , ?JIHE NEAV-ALTON AND MOROCCO s Tea and Dinner "Ware! Flao EngUth Gc-oda, at moderate price i. SWING BROS., Jelfl Market St. npp. McUue Home. SBtejjoriB, ?ax*l?8?f Ac. ^gXIGGIES AND CABKLA.GE8. DONALDSON, LEWIS & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF Buggies, Carriages & Delivery Wagons All work ftt xran teed. Nos. 1500 to 1606 MARKET STREET. An inspection of our work and pricca la aolldtod attheUandaof the trade, Wu-Auunu iiMtut Afu ruujiriui vunm tnrOO Slctnws and &*1 j gtat?vfad?. j^baught&men ta ke notioe. Twctof Linen, Whatman Papwt, Oroa Section Paper. filuo Jrooen Paper, gKlcBSB^l* For Mlo at tlio lloLura Jlomo An sure. aji M. U JllCOlf, Aitat (Sto. g. gafltwc. GEO.R.TAVLOR, Our New Stock of Spring and Summer Goods now being complete we would invite the ladies to call early and make their selections before the choicest good have been sold; Each Department is now replete with the Newest and the Best. To ladies contemplating the 51' purcnase 01 a BLACK GROS GRAIN -ORJersey Silkl We would say that the Best Lyons Goods known are represented in our immense stock. cncnfii ATTCkiTinu ortuiftL ni ii.iinun 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 SURE SALE 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 $i 25 to $2 25. 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 jtist opened full and complete lines of Ladies' Camb. Underwear, Ladies Gauze Underwear, Ladies' Silk Gloves and Mitts, Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Japanese Fans, Austrian Fans, White Embroidered Robes, Sattine Robes, all colors, French Sattines, Children's Emb'd Caps, Infants' Cloaks, Fine Jersey Jackets, W.hite Flannel Suitings, Jefsey 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, Counterpanes, Table Linens. All just opened and ready for inspection. The most aesirauie street wrap offered this spring is the . ' 1 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 i rk J vv raps ana cresses upeiieu This Morning. GE0.R.TAYL0R. ?P? _ gtnitct Salts. mBTJOTEE'8 SALE. ~ -BTTtoot ol ?D?4ol Trnrt tpul. kj XtM i MUlex to meuTruitee, toted horeaWr VL mi rioorded in the office ol thaCtak ol UaloJS Court of Ohio county. W?t VWnk in cjjfj Truit Book No. 16, page 287, l wllUcllutb? trou door of ttao Court Home o> uld county, oa 8A.TUEDAY, THE 20lh HAY 0? JUKE, 1*4, eomxoenciitt at 10 o'clock a. *,? the toWvto log. Also, theBOUth two (Mt0( Lot Ko.UlniS TtStitia 1* belieTed to be perfect, bull wlllt** vcy only the title Toted In me by uia d^i 4 ^tsbxiov Bali?One-third end u much aoreu I the purohuer elects to pay in cwh. the b*l*n? ti I two equal Iniulmenu at iiz tnd twehe aootbu I nota bearing lnterat bom the d?y ol Mle to t?| dven lor the deferred payment*, tnd Kcuted U 1 I ?. H. Httuau AMUomt. njflt_ rTKUSTEE'S SALE. I ajvirtu, ol tdttdot tiutjMrinteitMttj I ol '-ctobtr, 18B0, wiflB ly J. t\*\iek? uid luV, u'eok. nil wile, to BOM U01IIC.W4 nioKrtli Deed ol 'ITUSl Book >0.1., !?)( ' **. of IkeUtf fviimliu! OhIooountr,W?lV'rttaU,l?ul,M TUE3DAY, JUI.Y 14.ISM. ..,i ,t t?viUk fcuclion. Xtc Imit door ol lit I SurtHoMo. ? 10o'clocki. m? Ike lollwtoJS I "WiftlS-? - wtibtfd and bounded ai folio*.: A Ktakft out tie tiottb edge o! tte Ciir.itt'.J'' comer 10 Ucnrjr Bnooitroup lot and W r lCS1 ftSSMasS Mid creok lotbe Brandututip lta?7rt?gH thellDoon lb?east hide ot the h audiuwgSt Ibo MjrtnnlM, w:ili >11 01 the imSHJ!; thereto Lt-lniiKiiip. and bdi s'beiancmlSflH wu.i.mveyeilto J. r. w.ekTlr w. TttJbS and wife brtad uated Dwester 10. llSuH cortfed Iti mid land reco*d? in Ixm Itok *!! IS'b"tUo ,n 11' ?"""?? W TanMrtorSilJi-One-lliIrd cub; M?~|u? and two Jtam; iecr.,1 )ol? n. H. TnORNBIHnn. Tn..i?' TRDSTEE'S SALE OF PBllSOSli P&OPKKTT. UUflit 410, bo will, on 'l*" SATURDAY, JUNE e, Ifss, commendo* at 10 o'clock ?.iril ? tlon to we ntgmst Ufl bttt bidder, Uie loJcmii I de^bM per?ntl property, to-wlt: Thirty^ thousand two hundred and flfty aix beet u>ui* now mod by old ?dbko in bh W lotiKS nas; thlrtrttro(32)do?n boxcafor holdlur Wn bottlca; one hundred and fifty p50) BJrtS fcw boxea; four hundred and nlni-ty five ico) tn do?en bow boxw; three detla, chain, two UnK and all other, tho property compamthc oflQ furniture of ?ald Blebke, iuuau> in thwold Soi'k Brewery building, In MJd thy of Whteliu; tin one (Ale, two (2i cork machine*. one bagrr. i? hone*, one double wagon, two tingle wimVi-m set* of harnen. and thirty g'OM ol Mient cortu bald wily will be made in the place ol ImioM of aaid christian Uelhke, in the old tmlifa Bit* ery, and fronting on Cnaplino itreet, lu aid cttr of Wheeling. T&BMS OF SALE?Canh iu band on day nf afc k.U. IIaHK, TnuiteT W. H. TTiiiCT, Auctioneer. ajUl The above sale bai been postponed twtfl Sat?, day, June 20,188&, at the tame lime ami pUce. lis b. (I. mmi.Tmiit fJMSUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue ol ? dwl ol trait male Ij fual Alien ana wary j. awcu iiu wiic, w luemuoMf, to secure the Crctcent ButldlEg AwocJitlon, dit^ October 2?, 1883, recorded iu tho ottlccof ibettoi of the County Court ol &far>ball Couniy, Wot Virginia, iu Deed of Trust Book Kofi, p*ke ?ell at the front door of the Court IIwiu. ol to shall county, ou SATURDAY, THE 11th DAY OF JOLT, Wi, commencing at 10 o'clock x. u? tho fnllovirtfe scribed property, that is to ray: A cuUIn uw u land situated iu Union Dbtrlut, iu ASanh?Ueoea> ty. bt*to of West Virginia, bonude<1 ?? fuliua* wit: Beginning at a stake In Richard Allen'iliaa n?ir Wallace**spring; thencc withwldlinewJ 28}i? K. 4212-1C0 poles to a ?Uke ou t brudif Boggs'Kun; thcnce down the oiwarfcn fend ee MH00 poles to a atako In tho orline; Una 8.1? W. to a hickory in tho orfnnsl Hue uta Richard Allen's line; thencc with the orUrloalte 8. 62? W. 74 poto to a red oak and bitch io original Unej thence C8? W. f8 poles tnim.wtw corner to fienj. McUfOhon s; theuce 45? W. aw* to a tA elm corner to John i}ulgley-, ihcwtK.* W. 60 poles to a black walnut corner to Jebotjafc ley; thence N. 57? W. Mpolci to a white oik it i amall drain: thence with the drain dosnui point corner to John Qulgley and ?ohn brorotn beech on the point: thence up the run to i top: tree on the bank of the ruu; thctu* up the n* with the inlanders thereof and bludJng thtrtc-nto a stone marked A: thence N. 87? K. 21 pok? ui stone msrkrd B; thonce to tho begiuulnir.?nproMd to contain 139 acres, be the same more or lot The title to tho above land is Itliered to bef? feet, but I will convey only the title Tested Um by said deed of tru*t. TsaXJ of bals-Ono third, snd as tnurh ir,wu ">? "Hwiliauii fltMta tn tiav III ML h OH lh? dlt U talc, thebalaoco In two equal instalment!i? and two yean, with Interna, for which thci?chaser cbiill txecuto hlii note* with pood Mtadg bcarln* IntAatiiom tho d?y oliale. the title toijo retained aa lurtner wcurliy forUe fc ftrrod payments. or at tho purchaser'! optica u may secure the notes for such paymcuU by ?I irusl ou the propt'^lj'. p Hm,?AHI)iIruw. W. J. W. COWPKS, Solicitor jSttmmce jftcgovts. UP 3,000 FEET! deer |r|#I 01kuii On the Chest 0! the AUeghanlea. within lb# yamoui Glade Section, UrwUy on the lino of the U. A 0. No Staao Bides or'Bua Transfers. All Limited hxprtss Trains Stc*. With the new and unparalleled fartichedoI?J> tho Baltimore & uhlo Ballread, these InTdy resort* arc beyond all comparison the morttdrM" . UMooily located, both aa to tralu sjfnrlce and??" roundlngi, of any east ol the Kockle*. Magnificent Train*I i nrousn khuoih u?m?. Bufl'et. Sleeping, Parlor Family Koom and V*J Conchc*. SEASON OPENS JUNK 22. No Flies 1 No Mosquitoes! NoHajrFeritl No Malaria! Doer Park and Oakland, the one Mn( but i2z miles distant from Iho other?with ihtmottduiB* log drives connecting thcm-will lx* under <U management of Mr. W. J. Walker, who, In Nino smimn' management of Deer llrk, nude bis; enthusiastic mends of the glurioun reaoru. . All communications should be addwaed to w. J. WALKER, Queen City Hotel, Cumberland, Mi. up to June 16. After that date either IXer i*ark* Oakland, Md. , Rai*?-?00, *7Saud OO per month, affording to locations. Diagrams of rooms and Boon open at U. ?? 0. ticket otflco. Ihe B. St 0, Company has spare! nocxpenwlt rendering Deer Park and Oakland the leading Mountain Resorts of tho Kait, and lor the ttV? of '86 tho attractions will he of a chancier not hitherto equalled, and tho cul&Jue of L*oth fcc/uM unexcelled. JFiraVoiaaa Laundry. Fine Livery. The finest place for Children in tnc laud. my27 RUMMER IiKSORl. AURORA HOUSE, Aujwha, Pamox County, w. Vi. This popular Hotel is uow own for reception ^ guests; elevation i',800 feet above t de; dcUck>ei water; exoellent'table; good spring Udi and llghtful aoeuery. NomaJari*, noiofs. cumn^ to??, no hay lever. A good llano and Alley for amusement of gueit*. 31*11 dallj. particular! address, J. II. 8SAFMR, Jelg I'nir'Ut^LIJHE KENSINGTON, Snrntoga In finest and molt healthy location on fn:? Avenue, overlooking Congress Park, with ac aod' Uou of 100 rooms, billtara room, ehi dnn* i^.;" room, and new dining-room. Oi?iw Joue JAMES H. R0D0tR8, owner and i>r?pnet*,?? tiwirlnlnf Oilnmnil HOU'O. MeW ^<JrS_._40d U* | Baifwty Dinlpg-lltll. H<irnel'Mrlllf: .v COWBLL BOUSE, Webb Ave., bet. Central Buttk, OCEAN GROVE, K.J. . fttKMmfeS ?uiK >*'"? ssj ss 'is? ??? S?tS?^3 Coweli* Mrs. B. Moiax, Proprteton. I myjfi m* /Aranges and bananas. 100 Boxes Imperial California OwnfiM. 00 Bunchea Asplnw*11 Ikcanw. MRS. ZIEGESTKLI>IR?*Pjc'"i2i':uX'<rilV.lc tint ihf WSPJMfl l? "** ICE CREAM II U"? wwwi *"*? *}?, ttla and raulj^__^???' gUctto-g"fat'?g^-^ g.MOOIHINO IRONS, NICKEL PTj/VTKDI For 28 to Kc cicli. wnmi??nggss Copla.