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The Intelligencer, ?
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| Semi-Weekly Intelligence*,
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WBEKIY INTIUluinu.,.
Pcbu*h*d Et?t Thcmdat Moaxoio.
Oxwyear ??1001 Blx montha.?~ 65
Great rftoettoa to Cloba. Nnd for?uni?leco;y
and drcuUn. Add km,
fcv FREW, CAMPBELL 4 HART,
Wnksuxo, W.Va. J
I Entered at the foctofflce at Wheeling, W. V*., u
! ptowid clow m*u*r)
Wxi !MdMgem&
wumura, w. v*., JUL* no, i??j.
I Ttitdv IViCbbuutli 4 luetic*.
The Commission to visit Mexico and
gonth Amerlcaln the interestof improved
I trade relations between those countries
and our own, hag made an unofficial report
upon its observations. Our southern
P neighbors were found desirous of coming
into closer commercial relations with ns, '
of taking our manufactures, and of having
ffiPS.1' ;- the assorance of our friendship.
The Commissioners find that little if
?yjcSga *" h,t hnnod fur until we eetab
IUah. steamship linta to the countries
with which we desire to trade. It wan not
necessary to make the long journey in
order to appreciate thia primary fact,
though U ia well to have thia corroboration
of the general belief. France, England,
Germany, Spain and Italy have
established steamship lines as a condition
precedent, and the trade ia divided among
those countries. Governments have given
liberal assistance as a paying commercial
venture, well knowing that private enterprise
would never undertake it.
The Commissioners found that the
southern oountrles were in favor of a convention
to be called and directed by the
United States. This brings as back again
to Mr. Blaine's "dangerous foreign policy,"
which was abandoned when the invito
Itions bad been issued and accepted and
the project promised splendid results.
Tho idea was too "brilliant" for the
dunderheads who could not appreciate it,
and too/'daugsroas"for the men who
grudged Mr. Blaine the 'credit he might
get out of it
The frade of the southern continent is
worth having and it is worth going for.
Americana ought to be able tor unite on
the means. There is no room here for
petty partisan differences. Geographijj
, c?!ly we are in a position to command '
that trade?and our advantage thus far '
has ended there.
Takti'K lull ut lrl?(t. iwirlcaat.
The Other day Mrs. Parnell, mother of
r Vnrnnll. the Irish uoljtician, 1
(wrote to a alitor of the editor of the Irith '
Il'orW that she was in need. Mis. I'aruell ,
added that she would not ask tor aid if 1
she were able to work continuously. It
was at qoce given oat that a subscription '
was to be raised for Mrs. Parnell.
It is not long since Charles S. Parnell <
was given a handsome Bum of money to
relieve his financial embarrassment.
Irishmen and Irishwomen were aslted to
give of their little, and they gave liberally. I
John H. Parnell, another of Mrs. Parnell'e
son, has 150,000 peach trees on bis
Georgia farm. He Is said to be making
money fast and expects this year to clear
; $20,000.
Yet men and women whowork for wages ,
are to be naked to contribute to a (and for
Mrs. Parnell. These people cannot give
without great sacrifice. They ought not
to give at all. A woman with two healthy,
prosperous bono is not a lit object of
charity.
It is high time that Irish Americans .
begin to use some discrimination in their :
giving. Ihey have responded froely to
every call and they have been imposed I
i"; upon in more than one instance. They j
Till be imposed upon again if they per- j
mit it. In these times particularly they |
I can afford to keep some ot their charity
at home. ,
l'HB AltT UK OUUU XAlglSO. '
The Virtu* la a Good Subjvot and tha Valoa t
ot BU?ac?. J
SotUm Btoeon. Those
who are not very good talkers,
anil'are mortified sometimes by being the
wall Sowers ol the evening, may getsome
consolation from the consideration that
thero is a great deal of talk that could
very well be spared, and that idle words
moat be accounted for. Indeed, they also
serve who only listen. A Frenchman
once said of a gentleman in whom he
could delect no other quality worthy of
i compliment, "that bo had a great talent
for silence." And some people are very
valuable in that way. We have known
peoplo who could liaten so Inspiringly as
to draw eloquent discourse from very
ordinary poopto.
"Iho whole force of conversation,"
someone saya, "depends on how much you
can take for granted." The good listener
may contribute to thatforce by intelligent
sodding. Wo onse introduced two lriendii
who were going In tho some car on an all
day Journey. One of them was an Invetera'?
talker; tlio other, also a gcod talker,
could keep still when necessary. Meet- :
ing the latter a few months after, wo Inquired
how they enjoyed that day together.
"Ihe doctor eiijoved it flrst rate," said
the quiet man. '-He began talking
when the train started, and never stopped '
until it pulled Into Jersey City, encouragod
by only intermittent nodaandamiles I
from mo Parting as wo leftthe train, the J
doctor remarked atTualvely, 'We have had 1
a good day 11 don't know when I have en- i
joyed a conversation ao much."' ,
Talk and silence do make good conver- j
satlon sometime*, if they be rightly ad- )
justed to each other. Successful conver- '
satlon assumes, in the first place, svmpathetic
people. There muat at least be a '
wllllnirness to get on common ground. J
W Dr. Jobnaon once trled^Iilloi^Syeler ?
; in a stage coach on various topics and v
oould get nothing out of him. At last the J
Ife poor follow, realising the humiliating lit- J
K? nation, in despair exelalmed: "Try me I
I on leather!" lie did and found an elo- J
X quent talker. Ua who can adjust himaolf 3
I B 1? ^A gSffulk*'" *' "If" b"i<,u'"rtai>n" 3
ond placeTa iTood'^yI
to allt'ctations. The man or woman bav- J
lng a worthy subject will talk natural]/. '
Small naton-a talx about people, earnest
talk about things. ,Iii? easy to ba ,
duent in canraaaiog our neighbor*1 peon- ?
I SSb?I
^ In ^alne nono of the o^mon
tti> r n ruLiiica.
3w *?*pml?mi?r ?t mjdd^bmmi?-r*?
A1U|M UDDOKUnw aiiywwM-Min
IV lit Uttur et lit Mimmm.
Bib:?Oar poslofflce changed hands yeterday.
L E. Smith, oI the young Dem?r?cy,-holda
the bag. He is the same one
rho alter two jean of hard study, to St
limaell up as a pharmacist, made oat to
ail four times before the State Board of
Pharmacy within the laat eight month*,
jut now ne bands oat the people's mail
ind pre pares their pbyiic without knownir
the difference between a tincture or a
laid extract. A wooden bead will do to
ill a Democratic paetoffice, bat it takes
brains to pass the State Board of Pharmacy.
It la easy to prefer laleo charges
zainatac honest Kepublican, and ba y a
Democratic administration, care/ally tack
ihetn away aader their amock tail, there
to be concealed and kept in the dark, bat
never revealed, bat used to turn the rascals
in and honest men out
Mr. Stealey, our ex-postmaster, has held
the office for many years, to-the satisfaction
of all, and U the removal bad been
left to the decision even of the responsible
and respectable Democrats who receive
their mail here the officer would
not have been removed. The appointment
of Smith is the most unpopular appointment
that could have been made,
as there are Democrats in town who
would have been acceptable to both
Republicans and Democrats.
Anotherappointment equally obnoxious
to the people of Tyler county wis the appointing
of G. D. Smith, brother to the
*? A~ "wsfinilniF Attnmnv.
roeiUlHBkcr, Ml uo * >??.???-?4.
He ni overwhelmingly defeated lor the
position I alt fall. (?. D. Smith was in
such a hurry to procure his own appointment
that he rushed over to New Martinarllle
and Interviewed Judge Stealer, begging-to
beappointed before Mr. McKnight
was buried. 6. D. set out alter Cleveland
was elected by swearing by the crook of
bia mouth that he would be Marshal ol
West Virginia, but he finally wound up
by forcing himself upoa Judge Stealey
and caused the Judge to force him upon
the people. The Judge thinks he lias
succeeded in fostering this Democratic
child of accident lor the nut lour years.
But in 188# even the Democrats will ask
the Republicans to help them make him
let of the public teat.
The ring Democrats are fighting the apKintment
ol the Hon. John Ivers as
puty Marshal, a man who bas grown
grey in the service ol tbe Democratic
party, and baa done more Democratic
work than any man in the county. It olfice
is given out aa a reward lor party service,
no one in the county ia more deserving
than Mr. Ivers. K.
MiddUbounu, July 20.
MAKK TWAIN'S WAT.
How II* Told n Ncijfbb ?p That HU Houi
Was oh Fire.
h'aniu CUy Timet.
The Rev. J. Hyatt Smith knows more
itories about more people than ten average
jitizens. Among them he relates this:
When I was living with my brother in
Buffalo Mark Twain occupied a cottage
cross tho street We didn't see very
much of him, but one morning us we
were enjoying onr cigars on the veranda
>lter breakfast wo saw Mark come to his
door in his dressing-gown and slippers
ind look over at us. He stood at his
door and smoked for a minnle, as if making
up his mind about something and at
last opened his gate and came lounging
jcross the street. There was an unoccupied
rocking chair on the veranda, and
when my brother offered it to him he
dropped into it with a sigh o! relief. He
smoked for a few moments and said:
"NIco morning."
"Yes, very pleasant"
"Shouldn t wonder if we had rain by
ind by."
"Well, we could stand a little."
"This is a nice house you have here."
"Yes, we rather like it."
"Rnw'fl vnhr family 7"
"Quite well?and youra?"
"0, we're all com forlable."
There wan another impressive silence,
and tinnlly Marie Twain crossed hia lege,
blew a pair of smoke into the air and in
Ilia lazy drawl remarked: "I suppose
you're a little surprised to seo roe over
tiere so early. Fact is, I haven't been so
neighborly, perhaps, aal ouiiht to be. We
munt mend that state of things. Hut this
moraine I came over because I thought
you might be interested in knowing that
your roof is on fire. It struck me that it
would he a good idea if?"
Ilut at the mention of fire the whole
[aroily dusted up stair*, trailing language
ill the way up. When we had put the
are out and had returned to the veranda
Mark wasn't there."
died.
WARNKCKK-On Tunday, Jn'y 16, IMS. at 5
?*c!ock r. w., Karl, Infant ton of a. a. Warnecke,
iged 9 months.
The funeral will take place from the residence of
ill parents, No.48 Twenty-second street, this after>oon
at 2 o'ciocV
Red Star
TRADCUW MARK
loughiiire
Fm from Opiate, Smttit and JMmu.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For CmikfeMn Thr?l, ilowwua, Mmtm,
Mil. llr.nrl.UK Croup, WkH,l>| Ontk,
AitfcMn. qnlnv. I'?ln" l? CUrol,?ii4MU?
ThroatLl?p.
rr!cr SO cent! n botllc. Sold &7 Dronttiu ??< D??t
pau,tfmdlmontMhrU ra>
citiita ii tocnini raarur.
TBAVKLERS* UI7IDK.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
CXTKAINB-Kxruif ATION or RxratKCS Marks.
IMilv. fdunday excepted. JMondajr excepted.?
Depart. Arrive.
B.AO.B. B*?EAR.
Cspn-ns................................... * 8:40 am * 8:50 pm
Cxprea* ?... 6:80 p m 10:15 a m
Jumberland Aooom ?:15sm 4:86 pm
ImiuliiKton Aooom...*. 4:10 pm 8:40* m
loundsrWe Am>m............... 11:86am 140pm
rar.
txprou(Chicago and Col) 9:15 a m 5:20 a m
express (Chicago and Col).,.... 7:50 pm 7:40a m
(xpn-fis(Chicago and Col)..... *10:28 pm flJO p m
^tiesvlllu Acnom 1:40 pm 10:60 am
lanesrlll? Aooom 7:85am 8:50pm
W.,P.*B.DIv.
Va>hi> Ktcm and Wlttburgh... 4:40 am 9:06 ft m
VsshlngtonandPlttahurghm 7:46am til:06am
Vashlnguin and Mtliburgb... 8:86 p m t.6:06 p m
Vashlngtnn and Pittsburgh^' 8:20 pm *1?:I5 pm
VaSSgtt^.^^^ . f 8:06 pm 7:88 a a
ppii Bli
WW.
3B,wfcLleVc..fthl t ?=? >? t ?!Mpm
8^Wf(ffl=ask: SS;:
t 601 pmt 5:2 Em
fenl:
K<^j:
ATtsamoN. !
Plumed Knlght?!
E35w?efi~ A ma ?v
^MUSUw2ft'/aaffii?S0N, Md-L
. ajn.nM.pHK?Jy?
pONGEB
Coatu and Vests I
The flawt ?r?r ibown In the city, at the Star.
D, QDKDLQfG A CO.,
jyg 36 Twelfth Btreet
rfiBUSTPFS BALK OF PERSONAL
I PROPEBTY
ar???ia?2
rticet In the dt> of *hcfling W. Va, commenc
l- k At 10 o'clock a., v.. to Uj" night* t and t*?t Mdder,
Ae SoUnwin* deaczlbed pe*onal piwttr.0r
h> much UmkoI u may K nwMiyvt asUrty
balauw reroalnlu* unpaid ol certain now, rale
ned to m laid l)ecd tog?h?r with tb#
neecuary exp? ? at eodlog nld talc, rl?:
One walnut refrigerator, one counter and fix
tun*, two aldebMiQ relrlirera'ora one mirror Md
frame f7*U teet|, one gldeboard under mirror, two
sideboard brack* u and globe*, one wall dgai cue,
one uniuur ibow eve, one standing clger gai fix*
ture, one cigar counter, one partition, lour screen
doors, two win window screens, two ouulde door
signs, one stmt lamp, three round tables, three
wasbsttinds and fixture*, thirty-fix chairs, one
stool* twenty spittoons, twenty-cue window end
door ihsdes, ei^ht chandeliers and globes, eight
gas brackets and globe*. four Brussels c*rpe.a, two
nower carpets, thirteen pictures and chromos, two
bedstead', two mattraMes, /our pillows, iwo bolster*,
lot of comforts, theetlugs, pillow slips and
linens, two mat bin top bureaus, s x square tables,
one large end one small heating store with pipes,
two hall carpea, tiro small stands, one card box,
one small luusock, two large pieces Linoleum cor*
eiing floors 01 two rooms: also bar furniture, consisting
of silver plated, china and glassware; al?o
all the itook of wines, whiskys, cigar*, brandies,
liquors, ateo champatgnes, mineral waters, and all
otatr property la tne tJaluon, situate No. 12X8 Market
street.
Tsui* 0' PAT.E-C'KJib in hand cn day of sale.
i)2i #-25-2?XS J. V. L KOlHiKRB, Tnu:oe.
The above sale I? adjourned until TUESDAY,
ActiCBT 4,1885, at the same Hour and place.
}r*0 J. V. L. HUDHJSH3, Trustee.
M. RE ILLY,
WHOLESALE
GROCER,
Fork Packer and Caw of the Celebrated
"Bed Bird Ham*,"
Not. 1309 AND 1311 MAIN STREET,
Wheeling, W. Va.
Mr own core of Choloe Smoked M?u nxelTeo
lelij direct from my Pork Homo at Maneherter.
TEX ULBGEST STOCK 07
General Oroceries
In ttie State.
Hole Agent In this City for
Komford'fl Yq*it Powder la Bottlet,
McNamara'a "Glory" ToUooo,
McAipiu'n "Onward" Tobacco.
Lottler'a "Sllrer C*in" Tobocco.
^ebrulM^oJplt^1"agar?d BlflaUo* Powa?1
ST. LOUIS FLOUB.
ROYAL PATENT, Broaaon'a Bart. Bolt in tht
market fcbS
, A, " "
-|- 18Bi3 j| 1SS5-Tilli
/yvheeling\
(?f??OB-CD?Vj
WF.F.KLY ?
O * * p
Ione dollar
\ per
\tear/
/t\ s~tk y\ a a. yv\. /t\
/ I V I V \/ I V I \
FREW, CAMPBELL * HART, Prop's.
kl/M/VTV\l/M/l
ORANGES AND LEMONS!
100 Boxes Fine Bodi Oranges.
100 Boxes Messina Lemons.
JUST EECKJVKD BY
3Niol*ol?s Sehulz,
1819 MARKET STREEr.
jm 5
BASKETS I
. I
A
Market Baakctt,
Picnic Baaketa.
Lunch Baskets,
SeasraM Bahketa,
iVlm Leaf Baaketa,
Clothe* Baaketa,
Wash Hatketa.
fiattao Baakota,
Chip Baaketa,
. Splint Baaketa,
The larjtmt atook of Fancy Baaketa fn the dty.
All now, uul prioaa low.
R. J. SMYTH,
jet Cor. Market and Foarteenth Bta.
CROP JAPAN TEA,
U5C0L0BED, BASKET FIREI).
The only Tu. to oat lor Iocd Tu.
AT Moll EOB ENS'.
PiokfdlnymcTJtnm WorkBMktta. JyflS
WHEELING * ELM GROVE R. R.
f'\l'
isjsr ??>,.?.
?;JS?: Jig:: i;S?
S;S :: ?8 - & - iiS ?
g| f| ? = |j
10 KB "
0P?tm?4Tfc ,
wmo CUV *t 7 a. *. WJ roa IWI hour until?
' u*r? Wheetat Packctli* v.and ran nor
hour until 10 p. ?. g C. H1H8TH,
-i** ?nw+w?ww<??t
HUU80BIUK WOK
"THE WEEKLY II ITELLIGENCER "
UMPMAinnm. j|
& CO.
DRESS GOODS!
(REMNANTS.
We have placed on a Special
Counter our entire stock ot
Remnants and Short Lengths
of Black and Colored
Dress Goods.
As we desire to close them
out at once we shall offer them at
EXACTLY HALF PRICE I
MARK DOWN SALE OF ALL
WASH GOODS,
AltO,
Parasols, Coaching
AND
Sun Umbrellas!
GE0.E.STIFEL&C0.
1114 MAIN ST.
Market St. Entrance, Through Geo. L.
Dural'a Confectioner;.
. lyiB
<&. g-tmdcl & Ctf.
TU? Cbenpoitl and Boat Article in tUo World
for the EnJojm?nt of Frcth Air.
WHITE MOUNTAIN
Hammock Chair.
Strong, Durable and Light.
8ELF-ADJU8TING TO ANY POSITION.
The White Mountain Hummock Chair differs
from all other itatlonary or reclining chain in
that it Is better, stronger mid rim pier, is adapted
to the house. lawn, porch or camp, and is chuck
full of quiet comfort and biased rot. Is iar su-.
pertor to the Uamm-ick in every way, and can be i
put up so as to be always In he shade. ..
By Ita pccullsr construction it Is balanced In all
positions. requiring no fastenings to keep i? in
place. The foot rest can be quickly and easily adjusted
to mlttlM shortest or tallest persons. The
cat is mads of strong canvsi, fltUng perfocUy the
entire length, without o rawing the dothlng tight*
ly around the body, thus making it much cooler
titan a hammock: wbilo the annoyance of catching
buttons, tearing down the laules' hair, or in
any way displaying the limb* is avoided.
G. MENDEL & CO.,
1184 Main Street.
leI3 __
'o.SlvxtcUcs ana gtwetrjj.
DIAMONDS.
I make this branch of my business A SPECIALTY,
ADd have couitiDtljr In itook ihe largot
uaortmeut of
FISTE GKElS/CS
Of toy Boom Id the State. Alwaw willing to sell
at Extraordinary Low frloes.
I. G. DILLON,
JEWELER,
jylfl 1??3 wnrkh: wjrw??.
gartgmamt.
Capital Dininur Rooms,
' MARTIN THORNTON, PROPRIETOR.
Eitabllabed 8epL L1178.
mK
tadlet* and Gasttanen'a Dlalm Rooma.
MealaalaU houia.
1al? !? A11WIKABKRT ITRKKT.
JBBKBHHBpbfe
fl?V5CffKV95W
Blank i
Stationery and
Fancy Good?.
.; 'fly'WJfri' i 1
The Largest Block tud OresKW Vutetf In U?
mti- ?>:.,
JOS. ORATES & SOU,
.... m ix>lhb Plrcet
H" ? .
.A. B-AZR/GhAJIILT
LV |
Second-Hand Books.
Webave purrbved a large lot of miscellaneous
Books, some second hand, In fint class condition,
and romo entirely new, bought in same lot. Among .
others wo have Bryant and Ouy'a History of the ]
United Statea, four Large 8 to volumes, regular
lobttriptlon price IX 00; onr price flft 00. \
Seward's Travel* Around the World, one large '
8vo. voL; shcpp. fa'ubbcrlption price 90 00; out
Quo Set Irving Works?Sleepy Hollow edition;
entlrelv new; 6 vols.; cloth; good type. iUgular
uriie S7M): our price S5 00.
One Set Ubaa.Lamb'a Works; itandard edition;
entirely new: 9 vols.; fine clotli. ftegul&i price,
1*75; oar pile 12 73. ^
Over fifty odd volumes at ?0 cents per volume.
First come first served.
STANTON & DATENPOBT,
lyll No. 1801 Market Street. (
TJA8E BALLS,
BATS, FOOT BALLS AND CROQUET. 1
A good variety at low prices.
Aim, cheap reading matter, and lots of it.
Please calf and examine.
a H. QUI MB Y,
jeia w"k*yX uu Market ? treat.
i.'ognu ft (Co. '
Pure Spring Water!
We have the Celebrated Arcadian
Spring (Waukesha) Water.
A delightful beveraae, tonic aud
alterative, with special virtue in
Kidney troubles. In bottles, on
draught and by the gallon. Also,
Dinger Ale made wub the same
water. Also, Veep Bock and all
the popular waters.
LOGAN & CO.,
Druggists, Bridge Corner.
Clierry Blossom.
A new and elegant Perfume, nt
n moderate price. Has given great
Mttihfaciion to our customers. All
t(fe popular Odors and Toilet
Uoods. sponges, Chamois Skins,
Ac., at
LOGAN & CO.'S,
Druggists.
A WORD IN SEASON I
Self-melting and Self-sealing
Wax Strings for Fruit Jars and
Cans! A great convenience. Better
and surer than the old style.
Also strictly Pure Spices,all kinds.
LOGAN He CO ,
Druggists, Bridge Corner.
Jrsi
goots and .Shoes. '
TBSPW WILL FITB
Kga y ARE STYLISH.
I IB ! B WILL PLEASE YOU.
Tur.
MEN'S FINE SHOES
H ) i IIAKD-MADF.
V V GOODYB.Ml WELTS
kick nr
HATHAWAY, SOULE & HARRIH8T0H.
ALWAYS UEMAHLK.
Tb?MmodaorenuiJelnnlUIi? LendlRffBtrlra ,
Mil Hold Everywhere by flr*toUi? doJfixWe
tMo nm-claas ?tock and employ none butaklUea
workmen. Aa we haw bad more anil lonicer expert*
>lV.li. thnn finvnlhopmnnufifl.
lanHO?UMknVwfednd by
?11 that wo take ths lead. Ailc yntirilunler forth#
HATHAWAY, SOCLE ft HAltRINOTO.V SHOE, If
yoa on Looking (oca good article at a medium prio*
V.tTH
glumbiu0,(6as&Stcamgittlnfl "
"ry EIUBLE & LUTZ, "
PLUMBERS,
GASAND STEAM FITTERS, i
1418 Market Street
WHeatlng and Ventilating ot Public Bulldlnp
OwcUlngB and Fftotorios a Spoclalty,
ao34 [ a
?UKE FITTON,
PRACTICAL PLUJ1BEB, :
Gras and Steam Fitter .
No. 1U8 MAIN STREET. |
Jart rccclrcd, a lot of Chester'# Patent AdjuxtaI
ttla llllrnitni
1" SpcdaUttentlon given to Jobbing. mrl4
| -M. HARE & SON,
PRACTICAL PLCMBKM, 4
Go and Stoam Fitters,
Ko.'d TWHJTB STXtHET,
All work done promptly at revontblo prloeh _
| ** J
business (Citvrts,
Redman A OO., 1 .
Uoncral JIachlnlntn and Engine Builders,
Cor. ClutpUlie and KlfihlccnUi Street!.
srKCIAI, ATTENTION (Iron to Boptlr Work.
Afenti tor the oelebnted Judson Gorernor,
nt80 - rw
0. LIST. JR.
V.
PORK PACKER, ^
28 FOURTEENTH STREET.
ot>* '
JgTEPHEN McCULLOUtiU,
Cnrponter nud Guilder, Brick
and Wooden Buildlod Erected.
***% i
giaw?,?)i!flttttg( Ac. u
riiyiunvr - _
B PIANOS,
ij" piaooa Tuiiod ?nd Repaired carefully at BAUUXR'S
MUSIC STORK, '
1?1? Mattot Btiwt.
T7|Bi A;F.HB8IBAD,w S'Sstft
LJ .
p"Trmz*"'1
* *": :4r:'- *" >?'' ' '.'BLACK
SILK!
t a a #i am of a
J.B.miUUGSOlLU
The best makes^of Importe
Black Silks at 25 percent les
:han ever known.
Lot No. 1 at SOc.
Lot No. 8 at $1 OO.
. Lot No. 3 at $1 SB.
1
If you are interested ca
soon, as these low prices wi
nake them move quickly.
I. S. RHODES & CO
1153 MAIN SI.
It"
gvtw & gretscha.
Announcement
TO THE PUBLIC.
' . . 1,
The undersigned, having lately withdrawn fro
the firms of Friend A Bon and Aibcuz, Bertothy
Co., have formed a copartnership under the fir
oaxneot
FREW & BERTSGHY
For the purpose of carrying on the
Furniture, Carpets & Undertakin
BUSINESS, AT
No. 1117 MAIN STREET.
, They arc now receiving and opening doily
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCI
In tho latest and most modern designs,
A.nd will bo pleased to see all their old friend
and a* many new ones as may favor thorn,
with their patronage.
jyg FRgy A HKBTSCnY.
ggXaflons, Carriages, &c.
WAGONS,
CARTS
And Wheelbarrows
Especially adapted to (he rough roads of We
Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
MANUFACTURED BY
BODLEY BROTHERS,
Ira WI1EBUNO, W. VA.
gUGGLES AKD CAKKIAGE8.
DONALDSON, LEWS & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS 07
luggies, Carriages & Delivery Wagon
All work guaranteed.
Not. lfiUO to 1M6 MARKET STREET.
An Inspection of oar work and price* i& eolioite
t tbo bands of tbe trade.
REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.
mrao
g'hotorjvnphjj.
|^(.ET YOOB PHOTOGRAPHS
AT BIGGINS' OAlLEItY,
42 TWELfTH STREET.
Dat>luet? Only #3 PorDoz
J>"
pARSONS'
Photographic Studio
^ ^ 1205 MARKET, 8TBKET.
pt so 9S sc
Will f?t One Down Bat kUl Flnlihol
Cabinet Fhotog^aphf
And don't yon forget it,
-A.T BROWN'S,
tprH IZB HABKKT STRUCT.
Jlctuvcs and ?.vt glatcvlals.
Draughtsmen take notice.
Tricing Linen,
Whataum Papcra,
Groat 8ectlon Paper,
IJloo lToc?58 Paper,
Bond Paper.
liquid India Ink.
For aale at the MoLure Honae Art atore.
mv? T?. virOLL. Anwt
&?.
rcEi IOEI
L
Wo are prepared to dellrer tntolaai loo toil
irtaol the city, olthor by wholesale or retail, ai
>e loweat prloo. BALL BROS.,
Uffloe la Annatnmi, Ooen & Co.'iBulldlnj,
mrHO - V TVmhWrMt iMarMartM '
; gayty TOacttunw..
jjy HEELING PAPER WAREHOUSE.
BoblnHon, Farli & Co.,
uraltctwon tod SMlen In srcrjr nttotr ol
LFXL ft* Mo. 1427 MAIN 6TBBET,
Tvlcphone ?a WlMCUiif, W. V?.
jjjhl.Mfc1.pM lor Ewa-PtwrMJOW
I LL KINDS OF PLAIN AND FAHOT
I
| 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.
j To ladies contemplating the
s purchase of a
BUCK 6R0S 6BAIN
-ob
!! Jersey Silkl
We would say that the Best
Lyons Goods known are repreI
sented in our immense stock.
I
SPECIAL ATTENTION
f
- Is called to a particular make ol
| Lyons Gros Grain, that we conI
trol in this market, which in all
cases has given entire satisfac
tion to the customer, and being
SURE SALE
we can afford them at a very
a small advance over cost.
m
JERSEY SILKS
Are deservedly popular, and
can be found in our stock at all
prices from $1 25 to $2 25.
E
timniru nnrpo riomoe
nuuLLii uncoo rMuniuo
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 lull and
/*nmnldfp litlPC nl
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,
White Flannel Suitings,
Jersey Stripes,
Lawn Tennis Suitings,
Pnml-iinnrinn Silks.
? Jersey Foulards,
Cambric Aprons,
Cream Albatross,
" Cream Laces,
Spanish Lace, 28-inch,
= Lace nouncings,
Beaded Laces,
Misses' Wraps,
Boys' Shirt Waists,
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery,
Embroideries,
S 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.
i
VELVET GRENADINES
In new and choice designs for ;
WrapS and Dresses opened
This Morning.
"
p. R,TAYLOR,
CammiMfamtts' Salts.
QOMMIS8IONEE'8 BALE ?J
gggfa?SSH
tddlum loUxi dij olWnwlUi.. i
SSSSU""WiSwjiwil'i?"i?fi?!
QynOCQtgo Wiimtca on the plat <w C2
TfllMt A> dII f^)filL?)>IU Af iV.
cJuae mjm aail llu lntenet tbem# aSFS
nbollj paid. J. K. lotoSS "
W. B. 58S5? incHm*?"3*^ ^nl-low.
I berebjr oertlfy that J. K.' owdtn. Pp?m / _
mjaaloncr, bat gireti brad wltb wnntTiiS
qaired by jaw and the deem of Jtuw * w t
uk abow entitled c*uv- * "* "
..M.STfflftS
SMBSt -- J. K. Oj4 BE*
ll*l - Bpttfrl Cbamlniw^ :
/^(OMMiaSlUNKK.s SALE OP Vii
V_y OABLK HEAL E3TAII?.
In the Municipal Court ol Wheeling.
In putynamyol the anthorttj n?M4 in mete,
decree ol the Municipal court ol VthMllnTad!
on the third day ol Jute, leu, In a tut ln'SS
llino H. Harden And other* axe ddctdtau, i tm.
ON TUESDAY, JCLY 7,1W5,
comment Ins at 10 o'clock a. v.. wll at pablieu*.
Uon, toi theilheatMd beat bidder, at hTtaS
door ol the Conn Borne ol Ohio eoontr Vn
*-?- v&jss
Bmni-Ut numbered elerra ni) In wua
numbered elthteen IU), and the north oneSJS
lot numbeud t??lto (m in ?jua>e nnoSmd
eighteen (U), u dtdgnawd on the map ol tienS
Sgjgffl5a
tad Thirtieth street*.
There la erected on the fowgolng propntT&a ek.
gaat brick residence. and la a teat dalnbta
property. Paid bnildinf wu erected by Edvud
D. Harden aa a realdeuee, and la unusual]? com*
sodlona and well eonitroc^d.
It U required by the decree under wbichthiink
iS^sssSBs/sgJsssst^
TERMS OF 8A Lb?One- third ol the porchui
money ahall be paid In caab on ibe day n(mk
and a?mueii more esutepurcttasem nay elwt to
pay: the balance ahail be paid in two equaling i
meoU with Interest Irom da? ol Kile, mi one tad
two yean from day of sale. resoectiTolj, the parch?uots
(triua notes for tho dtfem^l
frith security to beapprored by thecoomnitatL ?
and as further fcecurity tho tide to laid puceM t
land thai] be retained until the purchne ootxr
shall baro been paid la foil, and the bratfalcS |
misaioner ordered by tho Court to ?mv?r.
B. 0. BARB, I
Bpocial Comnbdaoa,
I hereby certify that bond has been tiren br lit ;
above naaea ujhcLiI CommiMluner in the ?W? .!
endtied au^-i^uingjgiaw^
Clerk of the Municipal court of WbeeUat
Je?
The above sale I* adjourned until TOBQAY.'
JULY 14, IMS, at the same hour ud^lace.
W 'Special tonnfiBia
The abore mle Is adjourned until 81TDRDAt:
JULY 18, Ula5, at 10 o'clock a. M., at the urn
place. ' R. u. BA&2,.
. JylS BpeaUl Comiabslcntt,
The abore sale to adjohrccd until 8A1UJUHT, >1
August 15, U85,*at 10 o dock a. at the was I
place. R. 0. hi .u,
jySO Ppfdal CommliUw. a
Seflal pottos.
TUE STATE OF WEST VIRGIN!!,I
Ccnhty of Ohio. In the Ocrk'? ufflw of Ik circuit
Court forsald county. J uly Ruka, IMS.
Mary Drittcnbach ") , ^
ts ... > IuChancery.
Benjamin Drittenbach. )
BUMMQM.
THE STATE OP WESr VIRGIN A:
To the Sheriff ol Ohio founty, n-.wiaj:
We command yon that yr.u summon Beojaala
Dritteubech if be be found Jn your odliiii&ia
appear at the Ulerk'a omo-of the tircult Court ?l
Ohi'? county at Kuksto be held lor the aald Coon. i
on the Drat Monday In Juiy, i.vu, to anawrr i Ml
in Chancery exhibited againtt him in tbr iiU 4
Court, by Man .Drittenbach, and have tben tbtti $
th!a writ.
Wltuoii JohnW Mitchell,Clerk of ourMidOwit, j
at the Court House of aald c juu y, In the city of ,
Wheeling, IheaOthdaTor Jnue,lh56,andInUjeS4 fl
j-*4""?fadteHL
ISSBlFf'a IETURN.
Benjamin Dilttenbach is no inhabitant ofay ]
bailiwick, nor found thtrein tola cih uaj of July, 1
1?6. W. H. WAW Ll/.U.b.
for W. C. Handlan. a. o. C. ?
The object of this lull la io obtain a divorcfn* *j
bed and board from mid defendant; aud.it ip- .
pearlnx from an tflld?Tlt died herein that B*e*- i
mln Drittenbach. the defendant, la not* iraJd?t j
of the State of Weat NUrginla, it U ordered that b? Vj
do appear here within one mouth after the date* :
the tinit publication oi thii order and do what U I
neceiaaiy to protect hia interests in thla suit ;
in teaumony wboreof 1 bavo hereunto fct ay -
uauu uui ou? um) u? iu?/, iiKw. . ? . n
JOoN W. MITCHELL, 0?k. i
sir,or "loWriSK |A:
NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION'S.
In the circuit Conn it Obio County, W. Va. 1
Maty Drittenbacb 1 J
Vli / In CbuniTi .)
Benjamin Drltlcnbath. J
TaVo notice that ibo dCMjitloui ol Adam Slois, j
n. ft Ulriob. Mr*. &?, Mr?. llanam?llntr,?W I
Drittenbacb and otben, will bo ultra at th? oflg t
ot W. J. W. Cotrden, No. 12.-2 Cbapllnc u J j
tbodt. ol Wheeling, In IbaBtato ? SS'JWfc V
on the 17th Jay ol AUgnit, A. D. IMS. tctacenltt
bouraot 8o'oUiolt a.st. and9 o'clock r.?.,u> >? :
read In nldonn In Uia aboto named (*? ?? 1
bait ol aald Mary Drlttenbarb. And II, Irotn ior ,
cause, too uuuagui iubmuuuuih/?iu.._
commenced, or, being commented, ?baU not be
completed on that day, the ttklng of the mow
will be adjourned from time to time until Utetafto
Bhall be completed.
To JbBNJAvnt IiniTTBNBAcn. Defendant.
_ j _ ^MABY DKIlliwIUCU. i'lalfltlff. j
W. J. W. COWDKN,
Attorney tor riaintlff. Jr? ttr_
SttMicjlaUs.
PUBLIC 8*LE OF VALUABLE 1
PROPERTY.
Jfr virtue of a Deed of Trait raa-Jo to mljrJolffl .
A. Armttcong, dated oil tho 17th dny of Jul/, IMS.
and duly recorded in the offlcu of uo Utrk ? ;
County court of obio County, wo *lll?ell?t|W
lie auotion at the front door of the Court Homew
aaid county, un
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29 1M,
iwgtuulnk at 10 o'clock a. u , tho following d*
scribed parcel* of real property:
1. -A certain parcel of laud iltuatc on Zsnti
Island, in tho City of Wheeling, at tin carter ?
Virginia and Penn atreeta, w?nt of Feuu ?trm im
louth of Virginia itrvct, and bounded <u fol own
?mtr(UO)MtU ?n olloi; tf?"??SSlg!
1'ramUMtioulh m? Hundred ud imnirlgj
tQenmeut lo ?*ld Penn Meet one nuooitui mj
tiStfOJO) ?!??;
Penn re t on? bundled an?i twcnijr (l? w?
to tbe beginning, wltb itio Improvement* Md if
puitenance* thereunto belonging. . ^
P 2.- Alio tho fol.owifl* dewrl bed r
litoi*y: JLot? numbered on tbo old pUt oi jj s
aidtity of Wheeling u lot* J
tlxty-tlx (tel. fronttuK o-t Market Jg ]
These two lot* wl 1 b? aold M one p*r?*l. _ . _ 1
^sBsexssm
&bssshbb?M
"Seycd br M to the ptirehiKr. ;<IM" ;;
tnnim. bomwr,? will no- wn" lbJ "JJ?
TiMU or 8aL?-0ne*thiid of ?no purow
money, or so much more thereof ' ,
^v eTi t, ouS on the d*T nl ale, ??i wj J?
malndcr in two eqp*l in?uln?euu. 2
aB6S8.?ti| ;
55?!?ttiS? ol ellher oflhn :
<
KW?fes;
sKd?irUb< m jM^lfiBSf- ;
EottCVlCS. .
Louisiana State Low
Tor tiekeU or Iwtlier totormMM ol? '
^'ll^LWlubs, OoriniM. Ky.,
or. H. P.CARTER, WUldior, tot.I
4 mounts Of 16 00 OT?r, by IIP"11 4 {(I

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