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FREW, CAMPBELL * HART,
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Wllt.KLl.M'., W, VA., JULY >7, IIU,
Uoaomruiog tlie "iJUody sWrt,"
Id its latest number Harper** If'atly
goes it pretty strong on one idea.
(1) There is a large cartoon, "The Practical
Politician'* love/or the Negro." A
white man has poshed a colored brother
against a treasury safe. The two lace
' each other. The white man has run his
hands onder the colored man's arms and
is reaching lor the cash. A policeman
with U. S. on his hat is just appearing on
??n,.. .m? r,nifn?man arioearaitf
i CQO Bcenu. nu/ ?...
not told. Be isn't around when white
men murder colored men at the ballot
box.
(2) A smaller cartoon la entitled, "The
Time has Come." Uucle Sam baa dug a
pit ill which he is about to plant the Corner
Stone of the New Union. A scroll
represents the Bepubllcan party, beaide
which lies the blood/ shirt. Our Uucle
Samuel remarks: ' With this corner
etone X bur; the bloody shirt, or the
party. Choose 1"
\ -(3) In an editorial it is remarked that
"The New York view plainly is that Democratic
oflenses In oue State [Mississippi,
for example] aro not good reasons for su?taining
Republican offenses in another,
and that New York ought to have honest,
economical and progressive government
whether Arkansas chooses tahave it or
not."
The bloody shirt is worrying the Democratic
party and its allies. They don't
like the ringing of the alarm bell by the
^ i Republicans of Ohio. With 153 votes
oimi fmm iha Solid South, and a scratch
In New York, they overthrew the Republican
party. They realize the national
Importance ol tho coming State elections.
They lay special stress on the New York
election, foreseeing that defeat there will
be the humiliation of the administration.
Tney recognize the growing feeling of hostility
to that political system which
bloodies the black man's shirt and makes
an election a ghastly farce. They plead
twith the people not to take these things
into account?to do all their vot ng on the
bold assumption that the Democratic
party is infusing healthinto a OivilSerrice
that was tick unto death.
Perhaps Harper't Wttkly or some other
Democratic hand-maid will tell os how!
and by whom the colored man of the
South is to be protected in bis political
ngma?xnnreiy ou puuunu ugu???uv>
whit the Union of all the Slates is doing
to carry out the comtitutional guarantee
to every State ol a republican form of government.
Clever cartoons and able articles are
ST: very well in their way, but they do not
meet the main question. It may be that
the Republican party can be frightened
into silence on this subject, but wedo not
believe it. It cannot tie that the wrongs
which make the bloody shirt are to be
tolerate-* forever. It must be that sooner
or later the conscience oi the country will
awake. Then the iniquity will go.
Ilii old CaUniodat'i 'Comb,
sg Even the burial place of General Grant
is the subject of discussion which is not,
in all cases, in the beat spirit.
; It is objected, with some fierceness, that
Central Park is essentially a pleasure
ground and therefore unfit for the last
resting place of the "Old Commander;"
Ittiat tlitt raining 01 gay equipages win iro
a poor requiem lor the dead; and more of
the same kind.
If the place selected suits the family,
we ehoold be disposed to look npon that
aa cloning the cue. But it is alao to be
said that there is nothing in the pleaaure
features of Central Park to disturb the
rest of the dead or to shock the loved ones
left behind. And surely the distinction
could not be greater than that which New
York offers to her late illustrious citizen.
It is to be regretted that the choice has
not fallen on somo' spot at the National
i capital, wltn wmcu iiram h mum is so intimately
associated. There his body ehoftld
lie, and there ahould rise to his memory a
noble aUtae to take its place in the open
gallery of patriot monumental statuary.
Since the mere resting place of the
mortal remaina does not restrict the
veneration of his countrymen, nothing
atanda in the way of a worthy Grant
tattle In Washington. The memorial
proposed by the Grand Array of the
Republic might well take this shape.
This will not Interfere with the New
York monument, and two such tributes
will not be more that a great country can
do for bo great a man.
mmfl 8aUU>i VanditblU KlahU
' Once upon a time Mr. Vanderbllt was
quoted as aaying, "The people be d?d."
! XOIB lenuor obuuujouk UD i!m uuuoiowuu
to apply to the common herd of us who
have to labor {or a living. Prom recent
developments it appears that wo havo
been doing Mr. Vanderbllt an injustice.
To extend the Reading railroad sjiUm
Ejj^H In Pennsylvania so u to make it a powerful
rival of the great Pennsylvania BailBj
road Company, the South Pennsylvania
syndicate was formed. The new affair
was to be a trunk line from eut to WMt,
Wheeling woe led to believe that ihe
might get a allce of it. Pittsburgh,
throuch the Hosteller and Carnegie influence,
wis certain to get her share. Vanderbllt
put in his millions and his name,
BBfiand the work went on.
It wu known mat tne r.nnayivan.a
. ?lid not deelre this new competitor, bat
nobody auppoeed that Vanderbilt would
. weaken. Bat then Uiuee are preaaipg
upon men ot large wealth, nn.i Mr. Winderblit
(ecla the preaaure. Be oontinuee
to have a roof and raiment and ? Now
Yorker's two jquare meala adiiy. Money
la difficult to handle tor a good return,
and the larger the aum the*greater the
difficulty. Tbereloro Mr. Vanderbilt aayi
he will tranaler the South Pennsylvania
Vanderbilt ia_ eating. theoJ'np. :.,IDwH
not willing to have their tena of thtfnaanda
and. hundreds of thonaanda awallowed
by the Vanderbilt milllooa.
Itiaatthiapolirtthatthilbnner Injnatlce
to Mr. Vanderbilt appear*. When'
be aaid "The people be d-rd" he did not
confine the acope of bia ramarka to the
common herd. Be ran a line through
society?on one aide the people, on the
"? -,J-j v.nrUrhilK the Vanderbilt
otnur mub ??. ,
motto,
When you c*t"h a black cat, thave him, abate hint.
IShva fin catch a black cat, ibave him to the tali.
He has caught them and he is shaving
them, and if they don't like it they have
his leave to go and "be d?d."
ffM lie Polnonwd,'
About two weeks ago Dr. Hale, of
Rowleeburg, was found dead In bed. It
seems that after h!l burial suspicions of
foul play werfl bad and prosecutor N. J.
Fortney, of Klmwood, ma sent for, and
going to Jtowleeborg InveaUgated the cir.
cumstancea relating to tbe Doctor's death.
The deceased had b?en on a protracted
spree for some days prior to bis death
Tbe night it occurred Ue went to bis room
about 6 o'clock. There wasiyoipg woman
by the name of Uizie High, lirtngig
tbe family, and it seems that she occupied
tbe same room ii not the same bed
with tbe Doctor. Sbe states that the Doctor
awoke about S o'clock in the ipornlng
and called her up and asked for whisky*
that she went to a esse and got a glass half
filled wblehshegaye him. After he took
it he asked where the got it, and on being
told, said it was the wrong glass, ffie
Doctor's wife then coming In, said sHa
would get bim what he wanted, which she
did, and soon left his room, going to her
own. An hour later the Doctor was dead.
' '? ~ -1 Fnrtnev the
At. me meiBuvc ?i .
body was disinterred and on Thursday
last the stomach and lirer taken therefrom
and sent to tills city for analysis to
ascertain whether there was poison used.
As yet the result of the analysis has not
been made known.
Lffc'a Opinion of Grant.
Bowling Orten Oazdte. "
The people have read with gratification
General Grant's exalte! opinion of General
Lee as a commander. Grant's opinion
oI Lee is happily supplemented by >
Lee's opinion of Grant This is now /or |
the first time given to the public by Dr. j
Swift, as coming from a member of Lee's
staff. In the presence of General Lee an I
ofllcar spoke slightingly of General Grant, i
General Lee looked into the critic's eye
steadily and said:
"Sir, your opinion is a very poor com-1
pliment to me. We all thought Rich.
mond, protected as it was by our splendid i
' fortifications and defended by onr army I
-? ?' ?? hn taken. Yet
I oi vmerauD| wuiu uv? ?
. Grant turned his face to onr Capital and
never turned it away until we had Bur-1
rendered. Now, I have carefully searched,
the militanr records of both ancient and!
modern history, and have never found
Grant's superior as a general. I doubt if
his superior can be found in all history."
Bucklen'g Arnica Salv?.
The best Salve in the world for Outs,
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and ail Sfew Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction^
money refunded. Price 26- cents per box.
For sale bv T-ocan Ac Co.
DIED.
HI*8RIC1?At the retideuceof (X Anl, 111 Fourtre-MH
street, July 25, at 10:% r. if., Cuuu a, too
of Rlchud tod fcmma lUarlob, iged 4 years aad
18 daj?.
Funeral from above reildehce-.today at 4 r. v.
Services at the Ca'hedraL
TMHOFF?On tiundty morning, July 2a, 1865, at
7 o'o ock, Hits, muii JMBorr, In the 00th year of
borage.
Funeral from tho r*?idence of Mr. Taniel ClemI
man*, In Fulton, on Tuertlay morning, atlOo'olook.
Frleuda of the /amBjr J nvIUd. lnttrmeatatPenlniuIa
Cemetery.
?M*2 pl*??A <<onr.]
pflgB
feNHfcdf
FOR I? A.TTV.
Rheumatism,"^eura^ia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache. Headache, Toothache,
HoivTlirtMil.Mnrlllnn.KpralnM.DnilaM,
Hum*, MCAlds, Front Bile*.
4XD 41.r, OTIIKR BODILT PAWS A1TD iCIIW.
Sold br DrnotaU Mid tnrt?r? rrwUtra. nnjrOraUsMtw.
DmetUMlHtlUntoacc*.
THE C1IAULE? A. YOUELEB CO.
(W?? ???> fM?lir?.rr, 1?.. r.?.JL
Jlpcclal gottccs.
FITfli?All Pita stopped freo by Dr. KUno'i Great
Nerro Restorer. No FlU alter flnrtday'auae. Marrelotu
cure*. Treatise and 12 00 trial bottle freo to
TltOMM. Send to Dr. Kline, 921 Arch St, Phila.,
Pa. Ctno^r Tnjtitnt* Ml Amh ftt. Phila., P*. Go
TRAVELER!*' GUIDE.
Arrival and departure of
T&AINB?KXF&ANATIOif 0'KXFKUHC* MARKfl,
'vhwJiDgTimo*^excepux1, JMond*yexcepted.?
depart i. Arrive.
B. A o. B. B.?F.AJTT. ?
Kxprea* 6:80 p m *10:15 a m
Cumberland Accom 8:15a in 4:35pm
Mannington Accora... 4:10 pm 8:40am
Mouudavlllc aivoiu.. UAid 1:20 pm
wxtr.
Kzpren(Chicago and Col) 9:15am 8:20 am
Exprwa (Chicago and Col)...?. 7:50 pm 7:40am
Kzpn-M (Chicago and Col) 10:25 p m 6:80 p m
Zanwvlilu Aorom 8:40 pm 10.50 am
fcanesrlllo Accom 7:86am 8:60pm
W., p. * u. IMv.
Washl-gtou and Pittlburgb... 4:40 a in 9:06 a m
Washington and Pittsburgh... 7:45am tll:05am
Washington and Pittsburgh... 6:35p m I 6:05 pm
Waahington and Phtsburgh^ ' 1:20 pm *1":15 pm
Washington f 6:06 p m 7:85 a m
l>.,C.&8t.L.ltjr.-Kajrr.
Pittsburgh t 7:26am t 6:55pm
Pittsburgh and New York? 11:20 pm t 3:35 pm
Pitabuigh and New York f 4:10 pm fit:56 am
WBTT.
Rxprtm Cln. and Bt Eoul*.,.. t 7:28 ant 7:06 am
Kxprua, Cln. and Bt. Loaia ... t 8:40 pm t 0:55 pm
Kxprcas, titeubcnYllle <fc Col... f 1:20 pm f 8:85 pm
Ulvail - T liSlDtB li "
PITObu&'tomiW 6:47am t 8:08 pm
WelUvUIe, Cleve. & CM w:08atn 8:!8am
Pitt*., Now Tfork * Chi.......... 11:07am 1:28 pm
PttUbunh and New York. 4:11 pm 4:48 pm
Bait Liverpool A00am~~..? 5:18 p m 8:20 am
Cn I? A Wi It- H
RxDresn, Cleveland, E, A W... 12:47pm 2:87pm
MmmUiin \ccom 4:12 pm 10:12 am
tit. ClalnviUe Atcom............. 9:12 am 8:17 am
St, Glatnvtlle Accom- 1:42pm li :67 pm
8t,OUlnrllliAccom... 5:27pm 8:07 pm
Local /relfbt and Aooom 4:47am 9:00 pm
Ohio IUT?r Kali road.
I'rtuMJiiKcr............................... 7:10 am *10:? am
' SISSS' g;?g gS
r v'B., Z. ft O. Railroad.
Leave Bonaire at 12:10 **. for Bummerfold. .
Leave Bellaire at 9:10 a.m. lor Bammerfleld and
Leave Benaln at 4:80 p.m. for Woodafleld.*
^ Arrive at Bellalie 8i* a. a.. u:00 a. k., and 4:00
WHEELING & ELM GEOVK B. R.
s?w
s.. >:?
t oo " 4:00 " 9:00 4:00 ?
t oo " 5:00 " 10:00 " 6:00 "
10:00 6:10 " 11:00 " t:IO- ?
SS- SIS" ^" Jiffi"
10:06 "
ox niun,; ;
Ifg 1110'Malo fltrwfc
T70R OINOIKSATr. UJOiaIT
VII.UK AND ALL WAY I.ANHa^'srx-.
0. W. BA1CIIBL iR CTUS. MUHLnuji.unn r,
Mast f. Noll, Clerk,
iMm tor ibe a)**# onJlXJESDAY, July 58. at 3
ffisf w* ror iiasraK^
rjr77 Aient
gTOOKS FOR SALE.
M Rb*r? JODOtlon Sail Mill.
6 Share* *nii?out Nail Mill.
? Share* jEtna iron w?ri?.
10 Rharrs Ohio 1 ?ll#y Bank.
5Sbtrea Peabod/ ln?orarceComr?ar jr.
10 ih?re* ManuNc'urer* Imuran'# Company.
30 Share* Waablngtou Hall Awocutlon
{. IJIWIF. Stork Broker.
\fn M TwaUtk it.
'm 9 W WW m
Is at Unifurxa -ueisb. bnilueiy Para and
Farir.tljr &Tu?l**xg. 0' In^t'oni.
B. U. LI8QP,
Sole Manu/aciorer,
Jj77 1010 MATV jTREKT.
BETHANY COLLEGE!
i
Brook, cminty, W. Vs., wilt bf*lo ill Fortr /li'.h
SoilonHKl'iKSiiiBH J., 1,U. Itli the moltQOt.1
UOJlCga luonrswue, u?T|u|giw u?i v?
whom are occupying high plicei of Iroit It ha#
four Co'l'ge I egree Coonec the Clinici!, the
S^lentlflc the Ulutaa'lil, snd the ladle*' Court*.
The Go'lege Is jttw about /ree of debt, and the
Trustees wi'J artless eflbrt to enlarge the Kcdtw
UjfptA' d the number ol atudents. Patronage Is
lolloitei from all the frlcndi of hassle learning.
For Catalogues apply to
PROF. W, H. WOOLERV, or
J/27 DR. V K. PKNDLKTOS, Prea't
Rose Leaf, Fine Cut Jfip
Navy Clippings
and Snuffs
W?
Important to Canvassers.
wanted?l ire Canvaws In enery ooantyin
tho United Sat?* to nel POX 8 PtTtfNT RfcVBK?
hIHLK B,V" IRON, wblch combines two Sad Ir<-n*.
Polisher. Flitter, &c., one iron doing the work of
an entire set of ordinary irons, is wdl-ljeAUiijr by
Cis or alcohol lamp Hoes nwny with hot
Ucbeni. Price moderate A large and lastiDg
income insured to good canvassers. Address, for
rtrcuLari^&c., FOX SAD IRON CO., to Heads 8u,
WMTEH8S?^S& ffBSt
A MAN llexcbansttL jA?wln|Sa'SlaW?
awimAB?tom
f MM 0 M ?
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advertise 10-Do not orilcr Printing
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* llvlfillill
Capitul Dinliiir RooniN,
MARTIN THOBNTiN, PROPRIETOR.
Established Sept. 1.18*3. 1
Ladle*' and CtonUeinen'i Dm lug Room*.
Meals nt all hours.
laH 1W A1191MARKRP HTR1HT.
ORANGES AND LEMONS!
100 Boxes Fine Rodl Oranges.
100 Boxes Mfssinu Lemons.
JC8T RECEIVED BY
^Nicholas Sclmlz,
1319 MARKET STREET.
Jl !
NEW ENOLAHD
CONSERVATORY 0FJMU8IC
iw" iVi"''?V miiVpih-Ji'iui^Tvo iV i"'i?-Y> - h "If.!"*'
YoolluJlInrtramtlMI .MMie, I Vair|VtU?ml Own Tunfrp-mmioir,
"THE wSlmllGEIICER" '
& CO.
DRESS MS!
iREMNANTS.
We have placed on a Special
Counter our entire stock .01
Remnants and Short Lengths
of Black and Colored
Dress Goods.
As we desire to close them
??.n nUill nfliar at
UUL <Ll UIJLt nc Ollakl M?w?n
EXACTLY HALF PRICE I
MARK DOWN SALE OF ALL
WASH GOODS,
? AUO,
Parasols, Coaching
t
AND
Sun Umbrellas!
GEO. E.STIFEL&GO.
1114 MAIN ST.
Market St. Entrance, Through Geo. I.
Vnrel's Confectionery.
* 1r?
(5. gXttuUI go.
The Ghenpeiit and He*t Article lu the World
for the Enjoyment of Fresh Air*
UfUITC UnilUTllll
nniit muuniHin
Hammock Chair.
Strong, Durable and light.
SELF-ADJUSTING TO ANY POSITION.
The White Mountain Hammock Chair differs
from all other stationary or reclining chain la
that it la better, airongor and simpler, la adapted
to the house lawn, porch or camp, and la chuok
full of quiet comfort and ble?sea rest, la far superior
to the Ilamm ck in every way, and can ho
put up so aa to be always In hi't-liade. .
By Its pccnli"r construct-on it la balanced in all
positions. requiring no /o*t?nlngs to leep 1' in
fjlnco. The foot n at can be quickly and easily ad
luted to suit the shortest or tallest persona The
seat la mad- of strung canvas filing perfectly the
antlrelenxth. without trawing the clothing tlgbtly
around trie body, thus making it much cooler
limit u hammock: white tno amwance of catch*
Ing buttons, tearing down the lames' hair, or In
any way displaying the limbs li avoided.
n npiinri o AA
b\ MtNUtL & UUm
11C4 Main Street.
ton
'Saatchts awl gcweftfl.
DIAMONDS.
t make this braoch of my btulncw A FPECIALTT,
and have constantly In fctock the largest
axsortraonto!
FI3STE G-EjMIS
Of any House In the State. Always drilling to sell
at Extraordinary Low Prices.
I. Gr. DILLON,
JEWELER,
Jviq 1883 HTurknt. Htreon
jjoots ami Shoes.
Turn w,ll f,t*
I Hhl ARE STYLISH.
I Ilia B WILL PLEASE YOU.
TBS
MEN'S FINE SHOES
Y""""7\ IUKD-SIAD*
j^^^^^^OOOBVEAaTOLT1
HATHAWAY, S0ULE4 HARRINBTOH.
ALWAYS RBL1ABLB.
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fJcntists. :
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MO. 1318 MARKET 8TBDT.
Open* Pepfcxnter zl?i, i-t? vmJu- ?ov- u_u ?-* ,?-.0 ?. u u in th* tjkjtid btati*
iswrfi
Frewb. Genua, Mu?|o, 4ft, (or SololuUo J<*r, Irom 8>pt mber Ui Juna. *>38. For OUloguo.
write to Biv. WStA.HABRI8,D. n? Piwldrai.
]lt.MWHV BUUnton, Virginia.
lfANDERBUT JJlfrSSRgnRftS^
M ACADEMIC; HIBUCAIJI UWl MEDlCALj PHARMACEUTICAL | DENTAL
wsssmess&STSS?Zss-.
'i'ntf&'s i'vcmlum (Cologne.
^JDDJLE!
>vh&t is that which can be found where It Is not? Wfa> is the winner of a race like the letter AT He
Fault. But it has never been found la Taylor's la decidedly flit So bus Taylor Pro-Mum Cologne
Premium Cologne. been first In winning a'l the medals for eioellencc.
What domestic coin Is like the going up of a hal- What is the centre of gravity? The letter V. But
loonT It's a-omt (asc*nt). The most hurting and Taylor's Premium Cologne is.the scenter that
refreshing is Taylor's premium Cologne. gravitates to the hearts of the ladles.
TAYLO R'S PREMIUM COLOGNE
Is Manufactured among the heme of the flowers; and is aow recognized to be the best In the market;
fun om<B m
LAUOHLXIST BBOS. <Sc CO.
gooUs, Statloncnj, ,V-c. % ?. Jlhodts & Co.
wall paper i spec|fll sale
Border and Celling Decorations, ^
Children'** Carrluffea,
Stationery null ql a p !/ 0 11 1/0
ruuoyaooU* dlauk oilro
The Ltrgeit Stock and Greatest Variety in the
State. For tale Ketall at Whcle?ale Prices, by
JOS. GRAVES & SON, F0f 30 D8]fS Ollly.
)y!7 ? TlKllth Street.
J. S. Rhodes & Co,
Second-Hand Books. ?
??d2i^X The best makes of Imported
Black Silks at 25 percent less
BulWd, BOTM. four Urge 8 vo TOlumw n*uUr
fcriSMSSSTSTtoSft- ^ than ever known.
a?? vol ihmn. KllhscriDtlon t>rlC6 W 00: OUt
price S3 50* ** |
One 8?t Irving Works-fflcepy Hollow edition; Tjot, IVo 1 fiOn
entirely new; fivoU.; doth; good type. Jugular f* ?* 1 llT' ?^C.
P^e8euh^r?lrah?Worlc#; standard edition; Lot No. 2 at ^1 OO.
?r%JK; flDe dolh* K"* ** Lot No. 3 at $1S5.
Over fifty odd volumes at 50 cents per volume.
Flint come first served.
STANTON & DATENPOBT, If you are interested call
-r'Ibe BALLS, X"-'3?'M"kclB'fKt soon, as these low prices will
D BATS, F"OT BALLS AND CROQUET. ^ them m0VC <1 *!*
A good variety at low prices.
Also, cheap reading matter, and lots of It. Please
call and examine.
"" J. S. RHODES & CO,
11GS5 MAIN ST.
Pure Spring Wafer! *?-**>*>? :
- 1?" *' " Jri.ii. A nnnun AnmAnll
HD IIUIU U1U vntuimvil < ! vu am H H H ? - Q R ? _ ? ?
&$& tacis HIIIIUUIIbBllieilli
alti-i at ire. with sjieelul virtue in
Kidiii')' troubles. In bottles, on
draught ami by the gallon. Also, Tn TTlr nnni in
Ginger Ale made with the same j (J 1 nL I UdLIU.
water. Also, Ueep itock and all
the popular waters.
LOG AN & CO..
Druggists, Bridge Corner.
1- Tuo undortlgned, having lately withdrawn from
T>1 r-. nnn the flrmi of Friend it Bon md Aibenx, BerUthy <k
l^llGn ^ JjJOhhOlll. Co., have formed a copartnership under the Arm
Anew and elegant Perrumc, nt
a niiiderate price. Has given great?
hatisfaciioii to ourcustoniei*.^ AJ1 ?Q?|j}f q D^DTCPUV
TllO popular uuurs miu iuiiul rnriB ra. iirn >
Hoods, sponges, uhamois Skius, III""" W ULIII OUII11
Ac., at
LOGAN & CO.9?, For tbo purpose of carrying on the
Druggists.
A WORD IN SEASON! Furniture, Carpets & Undertaking
8elf-melting and Self-healing ..
Was Strings for Fruit Jars and bcsinbss.at
Cans I igreatconveiiienco.netter
and surer tliau tlie old stylo. No. 1117 MAIN STREET.
Also strictly Pure Spices,all kinds.
LOCrAN AC CO 9 They are now receiving tad opening dally
Druggists, Bridge Corner.
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK
WHAT IS l'J? FOR? In the latest and moet modern daripu,
-To avoid tho nniiovunot! of buttonfmr on
VS3R?dM. the length of ycurcaff by mor- And wUl 1)6 PleMcd to ,M a11 ^eIr old friend?,
tag it np or rown, and fastening it to the slit of *nd as many new onej m may favor them
*'m!?The convenience of taking off yonr cnff or thelr PatronaS?'
patting It on without Lardli v 1.
4thr?Now^rould j ou do without It for 28 ocnUT ly8 FR^ A KKKWirY.
^?ft. Mitflons, (SnwcinQts, fee.
^4/Common fy\
WAGONS,
CARTS
O. HUBS &; SONS.
S And. Wheelbarrows,
jftMSCTUvrnginnflSito ih. n?ih ??d. ^ w?
^NOTRER ARRIVAL Vlrilnta, Ohio ?nd FeimijlMnta.
A Ink lnvoico ol thaw MANUFACTURED BY
Boss One Minute Coffee Pots, BODLEY BROTHERS,
Opened to day. They are growing In favor every
4V?,h? a"w-w"ffi,B."8?L -1Z2 wnra^o.w.vA.
JTSWEIT8 REFRIGERATORS JgUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
And ioo Choata DONALDSON, LEWIS & CO.,
AnfotKlaOtdrbr KAKUFAOTUBEES OT
Buggies, Carriages & Delivery Wagons
: All work guaranteed.
IHctuves ftttft IttaictlaU. koc uoo to uoe mabkkt 8tbebt.
Y^RATTflHTRMEN TAKE NOTICE. An Inspection of oar work and prices Is solicited
\J at the hands of the trade.
TW*%h2S!2h Ptpm, ' REPAIRING NEATLT AltD PROMPTLY DONl
Crass Section Paper. inrflfl
BIM tncmptva, ? ????
Bi!E5trtin?i.in*. Mmlu$ gsCachtoea.
?M?1. .1 to HcLm W) jT STANDS AT THE HEAD I
jm. The Light Running Domestic.
l.--. for arttotlo beauty It has no eqnaL All oomrch!
ICE I petltori recognise It as tho standard of eaosllence.
1 Its offlos will remain at
We are prepared to deliver first claw Ioe to all No* 70
Mtrts of the diy, either by w tall, at ?
1811311
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
purchase of a
BUCK GROS GRAIN
-OBJersey
Silkl
We would say that the Best
Lyons Goods known are represented
in our immense stock.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
. I
Is called to a particular make ot
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 oyer cost.
JERSEY SILKS
Are deservedly popular, and
can be found in our stock at all
prices from $1 25 to ?2 25.
B< 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' 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 Umbel 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,
Boy?' Shirt Waists,
Corsetsi?Gioves, Hosiery,
Embroideries,
Handkerchiefs,
Lace Curtains,
Counterpanes,
Table Linens.
All just opened and ready for
inspection.
The most desirable street
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.
4. : ->
GEO, R, TAYLOR,
0F~^
In the Municipal Court of Wheeling..
Uam H. Harden and otheni are defendant*, 1 wffl.
OH TUBDAY. JOLT 7, IMS,
estate, that la to aay:
Second?lxH numbered ftrtn (11) in
numbered eighteenJU). and the north oi*-tuii ot
lot numbered twelve (12) m square uumbond
eixhteen (14), u designated on the map ol u.e tub.
f^^JW^SSS^SS
and Thirtieth ureeta.
There U erected on the foregoing propeman elfr
rant brick reridtnee. and la a mot dt*irat/]?
property. Paid building waa erected by Kdwatf
D. Harden as a reridenoe, and la nnuiuaLy coa?
modlona and.wall oonitrucu d.
described -hall be offered lor Mle wparaiefr.
TERMS OF 8ALB-4n?thftd of the pa^.
mouey shall be paid In cub on the d?r ni\li?
andumuchmoreuthepurchase a*j ekctta
pcj; the nalanoe shall be paid In two equal tn?uL
tncutt within tercel irom d*j ol a?k, at one and
two years from day ol sale, respectively. the ^
duaen glflnt now? tor the deferred payment
with security to be approrod by the commkua,?
and M further security the title to said r?ut?ri? ci
laud shall be retained until the purchas* inuart
hall havo been paid In full, and the epcclal Com.
ml winner ordered by the Court to convty.
R. O. BARR.
Special Commissioner.
I hereby certify that bond ha* been gitcu by tfes
above named bptclal romml^loner In the a'bow
entitled cauae aa required by law.
THOMAS M. DABBAII.
Clerk ol the Municipal Court of Whwlint.
Jc?
The above sale fa adjournuntil TUESDAY
JULY 14, leSS, at the aune hour and place
h. U. bABB,
JyS Special Commissioner.
ibeaborcFaiet* adjourn-a until SATURDAY
JUL* IS, 1&J5, at 10 o'clock A. *., u ih- innplace.
. JLb. BAttK,
jyl5 Fpockl CommiMiwuer.
The above ?Je U adjoarced until 8A1 CPJir
Auftut is, 1S8% at 10 o clock a. a., <t the uaj
place. ? _ K. 0. t*
jy?0 Pptdal CommWopcf.
QOMllISSIONER'S SALE.
State of Wat Vlrflnla, nty of Wheeling, 8A
In the Municipal Court of Wheeling.
Caroline B. Bruee, guardian ol Carrie
B. Brum. Henrietta Brtua and
Charle* Henry Brute, infant*. In Chancery,
Caroline B. Bruce and other*.
Fjr Tlrtue ol the authority vested n me by t d*
creeo/ the Municipal Court ol Wheeling entered
in the above entitled cause, on the oth uar of
June, 18S5, 1 will proceed toaeil at nubile auction,
at the front door of the -oun 11 cum ol Ohio
*hecUn*w
ON BAlURDAY, JULY 2S, IMS,
b- ginning at iO o'clock a m., the following d*
acrtted rial ?tae, that to to my: The two !ou
fronting on the aut side of North Croat ?tn*t,an4
numbered two hundrod (200) and two hundred
and one (iOi) on the plat ot the sddl'lon to the
UIT oj noevuuK, uuu oui uj uturj jtuorv, iruiUft
ol bbenescr Zane's HUffi. and called Zane?blind
addition to the chy of Wneeliu*. And ?l?o th?
water or pasture ot ly Ins Mil ol Vie two lot* abort
described, and designated on the plat o( ziurt
Island adultlm to the city of YYhcoltn*, by th?
number nine <B).
Tumi or -au-One-third o' thepurcbuomooer
and u much more as the purchaser may clect to
pay, to be paid in cash on the day of stlo; aud the
residue thereof in three equal lniWimcuU it
twulre, twenty-four and thirty-six mouths, with
Interest from day of sale; the purchaser to girt
his now*, with appitrred security, for tbe defend
Instalments; the liUw to be retained uuul tbe pot?
chase money and tho interest thereon kbail be
wholly paid. J. u. cOWDEN,
: 8pecial Commissioner.
W. D. Haust, Auctioneer.
I hereby certify that J. H. ?'owden, Bpcciil Conmuslooer,
has given bond with security ai required
by law and the decree of Jm?e 6, lSoJ, la
Ua^.r.catlU?l?THojiABiLDiSBAH
Clerk of tho lfunlcij*l Court of Vi hodtafc
jel9
The above sale li adjournal untilfia'urtay.tbi
1st day of august, 1m6, at 10 o'clock a. 'a., at the
samepl-ce. J.&JX>*i)E*.
j*n Bpgd"! Qynnl mcwr.
Irustcc Arties.
rpRUSTPE'8 SALE OF PERSONAL
X PROPERTY.
By virtue of a Deed Of Trust made by MajrrB.
J .y ftud Edward Murriu. to the uudwlfotd
tniitM dated tbelPth day ol "fovemi-cr, 1 ind
recorded Id D?edof frtuc Book f?o 21. to la Ma.!
will -n TUJMuAY, JOLY 28, 1856, toll at public
unction, on the premises, si uato *0. ia. Varset
atrcct in the diyof wheeling W. V*, comm?ne>
log at 10 o'clock A. K? to thf highest ?rd th*t lid*
der, the lolloping described jw hjuiI property, or
fo much thereof as may be necc*ar> t tatMy tbe
balance remaining unpaid of certain nou*. relerrtd
to in said wed of torn, together with ii*
nvcetsary i-zpar ses at ending aald aalr, viz:
One walnut refrigerator, one counter aud fix*
turw, iwo sideboard-refrigerators oue mirror and
frame (7*12 feet1, oue UlvDoard under tu'rror, two
sideboard brackets and globes, ono wall ci*u rue.
one counter show case, ouo sanding cUar|a?s*
ture, oua cigar counter, one partition, four ?cnea
donrs, two wire a indow scree us, two outiide tort
iirnj. one street JaniD. thif mnnd laulta thr*?
wasbstanda and tiriurgs, thirty ?lx cb?ir>, we
itool twenty anlttooas, twchty c ne wluduw i&d
door spaces, etyht chandeliers *nd *lotx& cl*M
itu hracstts and globe*, four Brusvla oijxjj, two
Bower carpet*, thirty 11 plcturts and cflruraws two
bccstead*, two mattranes, lour ptJJoAs, two bolsters.
lot of com/oils t bettings, pillow ?'Jp* and
linens, two mai bb- top bureau*, i x sauaio mbin,
one Itrerfand one small heat'nn atovo with pipts,
two bafl oarpcis, t*o smalt ?Uud* cue card lox,
ono small haaaook, iwo Urge pieces Mtioleum cor*
Cling floors oi tworocms; nlso bar funutuie, ??
shiiog of silver plated, china and g.'auwaw: al<o
atl the iteclc of wines, whlakys, cl^am, bnudka
liquors, alio champaignes, tult oral maters and all
other property la the tialoon, iltuate Nt. li?3 Alar*
ket street
T??mi o^ Balk?Cash i&hand rn day of rale.
jf2t-tf-2M7A28 J. V. L HObUt-HS. Tn?<e.
public Sales.
UBLIO SALE OF VAlXAliLE
J'BOI'iUtXY.
iJy virtue of a l)e?l of Trust ma lc to u?by Jobs
X" Arm*trrng, dited on the t7tn day of July.
an t duly recordlm In the office of u e Hera <>f the
Couuty Court of Ohio Conwy we will ?cll t public
auation at Uie front do^r of the Court Hotaeof
said county, on
SATURDAY, AUQUsT 23 18S5.
befjJmilnRHt 110 o'clock a. u , the ft Homing de>
L A certain parcel of land iltuate on Z<ne?
I?'and In the City of Wheeling, at th c roc.- of
Virginia and Fe&n itreeta, w?*t of J'eun itnet ?ud
couth of Virginia atrt^ec, and bounded #? toI ow?:
beginning ?t said corner, thence w?<h
aoutb tide of Vlmlnla ?treet 01.0 hundred and
twenty (120) feet to an alley; thence ptrnllei win
Pcumtaet south one hundred and t??n'j'feel:
tQeno* east to said J'eun utreetooe hundred una
twenty 020) feet; thence with the ?eu ?'flci of
Fenn ire t one hnudred anl twenty (1.0 f.*t
to tbe beginning, wlttt ine Improvement *nd
portenancea thereunto belonging.
2-Alio the following dew/ltwd prop#rty, hit
la tony: Lots numbered on the old pist ol tte
said City of WheHlug u lof.i *Uiy-fl?e \fA)
?l*ty-?lx (Go). fronUn* o ? Market Hrect, Jot oumberod
sixty-Ore being fn tho t urner of Market ?ud
Tenth itreeia, on tbe north of Tenth ?treet, ??
lot nnmbtred *lxtj-rix lying Immediately
lot numbered alxty-flte *i a aojolnl. g the ?*??
Tbaso two lota wll ha loldaioue pared
On tb? leoond of thenud psrueb then-sn known
ob# hro prior deeds of trnut, but 'be ik*<i uiiu?
which wa will aeli diiecu tbe?o prio dr?di< Iuutl
to bn tint paid off out of tbe prooi fd? of our muv
o that it ii believed thtt (exoeptifg the doner Interest
of the gramor'a ?lie) * clear tit c w<i! u?
Conveyed by ua to tbe purcb*M-r. tiling ?
trustees, however, we will uo warrart ilie like
Tiaiu or HaLa-oue-tbird of tbv puiriiatt
money, or so much more thereof iu <u? imrefauer
mavele t, cash on tbo d?y oi ?*ie, and tiw remainder
in two equal instalment*. i*jal<Ie re*
pcotlvelylnoneanil twojeum from the d?y of
aiie, wiihlntercit .roia uwt day the deferwt instalment!
being secured by a deed of tru?t urea
tbo property, and insurant e on buildings to t:?
amount of one tab the unpaid pur>h?se money.
Wit V. JIUH-iAKb,
HhllSY M. KUaHKU.
TruiUeft
Fpwijm Chiubtsuk, Auctioneer.
Tbe undfiiiifui d, the *i e ul ilto grant*/ In tin
above named deed, will J.ilu In tbe de d of tee
trustees and convey her luoi oate rigbt of dower to
the purchaser of either of th? above dt*crlt*d
parcel*of laud, If the purchaser ?h*ll m dfire.
ioraium equal to iive pt'rwmuin of the price * biro
ihal bop*td to the raid truauca for sun, parcel,
tnat beluga little ie?s tban tbe money va'ue of tbe
aaid dower rkht aa ascertained by the u?s?l life <\
tab] ml NaMJYP.AK 21*1**0.
Jj2i
pUBUO SALE OF LAND andSTOCK.
Having locked in the W?t. I will offer torn*
0N8ATDRD4Y, AUOUbT 1.
Mr Farm containing 191 ao?t?; ?al?I wrm. *
tea in Hrooke county. Buffalo inwt*hlM'?<' r4,
Liberty. W, Va. li undfr a good M?tt of tuiu
Hon Si tillable eiccpt 80 u mi%? *?''!*
Fluting of locuit *nd r^lul tioMjr. ^
i'?.provenienti, underUId wl'h *?iipcrinr
md which crow < Qt at the ior/acd. aoujwww
S?&5'WfcwffiWA ?.n.?ivo:
rH&tSMt* ?*?} - AS* "
divided to niU Uie puictawi.
6 bed ?<
ly lat; 2 Thoroughbred Devon wm? ?.. >BW.
good honea; 1 Ti-nHonefowtr K ?1 . pxl
?Df Machine; 1 good Iwo Morw ???"
.5* i im nf i uv?u<i<*tu
DjWUl# "????? "M~ * ?' J p. wu*.
Terms, nln# months. Bale to comniem*
o'ploclc a. u.
glano5, (Ovflnns,
rpuNLNG
X PIANOS.
FUnoo Tuned and Repaired c*r -i0,,y JJlBl
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