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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, September 02, 1885, Image 4

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Absolutely Pure.
Tbi* powder twr rarlre. A marvel of puiltjr.
strength and wholcromtni-M. More economical
than the ordinary kind*, and cannot be K>Jd lo
with the multitude of low teat, abort
wefiTVajom "r phosphate powder*. tma amy
eon'. Boy at Bakixo Powdk* Co.. 106 Wall ?tn*t
v v <t<?
Geo. gl. Jinooh * (So.
A beautiful line of Plain
and Fancy Silk Velvets in
all the new colors and effects.
A good quality of
* Silk Velvet at ?i per yard.
All Colors of Novelty
Cloths and Tricots for Ladies'
Tailor Suits ""just
Poire ni' tllP rplebra
lOV/ x uii j v? ??
ted Canonsburg Wool
Blankets in Scarlet and
White, just received. It
will pay to buy now, as
prices were never lower.
We are in daily receipt
of New Fall Goods, all of
which, having been bought
at rock bottom prices, we
are enabled to sell the
same way.
llio Main St.
No extra rliare* for Moulded Creams. mil?
ISOo Muricet Street.
Office Ponra-ti a. m. to l r. v.. 2 to 5 r. m. Iy8
ib 'Mdltgwm'.
titticat f?o?. nutl ?7 Kourtceuth htre?il.
New AdvertlaomouU.
Gnuid Concert and Ball.
Kusa Arrival of Fail Overtoaw? D. Gundllng
A Co.
Instiuctlon on Piano-Mrs. Butcliins.
Tiit? "Uurden spot" DiUftitorc.
salvation oil? nr. Rull'itCoufch fljmn.
btocju for Saic-1. Invtn, atccJt Broker.
tailed frupuutU?Ico ilvr at Point Pleasant,
W. \ a.
Hoatetter's Blttors.
A Ked Letter u*y In iho Literary World?Stanton
Ik JMveuporw
HotUkct-K. it. Ll.U
T/? thn fnnikii?of Aiiueilns and Vicinity?Simon
Cutlcura?Fourth r??e.
SILVEIt l'LAl'u" Knife,Fork and
Spoon for School Set.
JACOB W. UKUOB, Jeweler.
To touke room Tor our Incoming Fall
Stock ?c bbull offer our entire Block of
Spring and Bummer Suiting* at greatly
roluceii price*. 0. lltss ic SO.NS,
Thermometer ltecord.
The following shows the range of the
thermometer as observed at Sclinepf's
drag store, 1218 Market street. Monday:
7 A. Hi, 01? i 12 M., 72? i 3 P. 73?; 7 r. M.,
Washington, Sept. 2.?1 A. M.?For
the Ohio Valley and Tennessee, continued
cool and generally fair weather, light variable
For,the Lower Lake region, clearing
and fair weather; fresh westerly wind*j
nearly stationary temperature.
An IdUnhUuk Uleycle Kace.
An interesting sporting event is arranged
to come off about the middle of this
month, in the shape oi a bicycle road race
from Uuioutown, Pa., to Wheeling, via
the National road. It is expected that
about fifty wheelmeu from Uniontowo.
Gireensburg, Washington, Wheeling and
t- .-HI TKo U'l??l!??
UU1D1 Wnuo nil* ?u?vi. auw n uvvuug
Wheelmen offer a valuable gold medal.
Mchenry Stamm, of thia city, will add
? Mndsoflie prise, and the U'niontown
clnb and a hotel proprietor there will giro
like inducements. The run ia about SO
miles, anil trill consume probably from
anveo to nine hours. .Tho wheelmen all
alrofig the route are looking forward to
flie event with a great deal of intereat.
Marlon Oropi, Etc.
* Col. M. L. Fleming, of Marlon county,
passed through the city yoatenlay on his
way to Rochester, Pa., to visit a son who
is in the drag business there. OoL Fleming
says Marion's wheat crop ia scarcely a
good half: the corn is good, while potatoes
are suffering badly from the weather and
the bugs. Col. Fleming is a stockholder
in the West Virginia & Pennsylvania road,
and he thinks it will ultimately be built.
Already $30,000 have been subscribed to
the capital stock, and the road has met
With no delays except obstacles Interposed
by the Baltimore & Ohio company. Col.
Fleming was accompanied by Rev. Mr.
luOfllom, of Fairmont.
Jokni^Nii$??M?I7l8Jaoob street,
will keep for sale, during the season, the
best brands of oysters, in bulk or can.
Sot*.?Be suspicions of persons who
recommend any other article u "Just u i
good," and take nothing else bat Dr.
Ball'! Cough Syrup. I
\ ?
Matlm of Minor Monui to ud About th*
Frmoht men aay the trade in bon and
coke i? picking np. The Baltimore A Ohio
is moving large quantities of both.
Thi cue of Frank Kasley, accused of
complicity in the outrage upon Lola
Mason, was yesterday continued oy Squire
Arkle uoti I Thursday at 9 a. m.
Lewis Mxdib was yesterday appointed
administrator of the estate of Louisa
Meder. deceased, and gave bond in the
sum of $400 with Henry Meder as surety.
The Salvation Army of this city having
been ousted from Melodeon hall for nonpayment
of rent, are now without quar
ters, and all their services are now held
outdoors, either on City Hall square or
the Centre market space.
The sheriff of Barbour county brought
Morris McDanicls to the penitentiary at
Moundsville, jeiterday afternoon, to serve
thiee years for burglary. An old pilgrim
| named Yeater, an Unitfd States prisoner,
was discharged from that institution yesterday
morning, his time being out.
" '?? wnril nitl
UU.Ml'liAIAi 10 uiauu uj _?
zens living on Wood street that the g rbago
collector's visits to that locality are
entirely too infrevuent; that garbage Is
allowed to accumulate until it becomes
very rank and offeu&iqe. They want thia
etato of affairs remedied and thatppeodily.
Tjik New Brighton, Pa., Daily Newt
?ays: "The West Virginia Exposition and
State Fair will be the best fair that has
ever taken place in the United States, as
they offer more premiums for more different
varieties of articles and animals than
werp offered before by any exposition or
Tii? skating carnival at the Alhambra
Palace rink last evening was largely attended
and vory if.uch enjoyed. The
night was a delightful one for the_sport,
the floor was in a superb condition and
the music of a catchy order that Tendered
the fun of whirling ubout on the roller*
doubly attractive.
r??....... ?. oonf ftrr
nUUlKE JTOTblMlA.-t ?
Ohio man named McManus to jail on com
Elaint of L*wis Wocdumnsee and Susanna
ewis that bo owed thorn S7.'( and wa!
about to leave the State and dispose of hit
property to defraud his creditors. He
will havo a hearing to-day, and his lawyer
promises interesting developments.
Tiik Steubenville Gazelle, says: Charles
Peterson, of East Liverpool, I). II. Arm
strong, of Wheeling, and V. T. Morgan, o)
Bellair?, ara at the Mossgrove arranginj
with Will Wells and Will Griffith, of thii
city, to establish a polo leagua to lncludc
all clubs from Kist Liverpool to Bellairc
for the winter's amusement at the skatini
To uoniiou* evening a sunflower cam:
val will be piven at the Chapline streel
rink. Thij is no baking powder adver
Using scheme, but natural, real-live sun
(lowers will be the prevailing ornament
Big sunflowers, little sunflowers, all kindt
of sunflowers will make the air bright
Tho attendancs is going to be largo. The
music will bo unusually good.
Mb. John C. Lynch, Secretary of the
Young Men's Christian Association, ar
rived yesterday and assumed control o
liia new charge. Mr. Lynch haa for some
time past boen connected with the Younf
Men's Christian Association, of Harris
burg, Pa. j Ik- cause he represents con
terns all citizens, and should receiv<
hearty support from business men.
Tiik concert and ball to be given thit
evening at the Two Mile House, out the
Notional raid, will no doubt attract alargt
number from this city. Gonial Fran!
Walters, tho popular proprietor, knowi
how to get up an entertainment that wil
please his patrons, and will leave nothing
connected with to-night's affair undone
The Opera House orchestra willfurnisl
the music.
Miss Annus Guv, of Main street, Sontl
Side, gave a very elegant party on Mon
day night, in honor of Miss Lizze House,
of Braddocks, Fa. Among those preeen
were Misses Emma Basilar, Louise anc
Tillie Snyder, Emma Kerster, and Messrs
Aea Collins, John F. Danbart, Georgt
Oliver and C. V. Snodgrass. Dancingant
refreshments were the ordrf of-tbe even
ing and everybody present voted Misi
Guy an excellent hostess.
As alrkady onnouncod Ilarry Lary'i
Comedy Company will be the attraction
at the Opera House next week, openinj
on Tuesday evening with "The Devil*!
Diary." On Wednesday and Thursday
evenings "The Planter's Wife" will bo th<
bill, and Friday evening and Saturday
afternoon "Tho Devil's Diary" will agaii
be given. The engagement closes Kitur
day afternoon, and the company leavei
the same evening for St. Louis.
Stranger* In the City and Wheeling Folk)
Miss Laura Sayre, ol Harroar, 0., h
visiting friends ill this city.
Messrs. T. A. Kirwan and J. F. Hart'
grove, of Harper's Ferry, are in the city,
Mr. Charles Melville, advance represent
tativo of Harry Lacy's Comedy Company,
is in the city.
Mr. James Caldwell arrived in the city
yesterday from a protracted visit to blende
in Washington, V. C.
Clerk Jasper Y. Moore, of the U. S.
Court, arrived yesterday from his home at
Clarksburg, and is at the McLnre.
Mr. James W. Auld, of Washington,
Pa., the well known hotel man and wool
buyer, was in Wheeling yoiteiday.
W. 8. Wiley, of the WeUel Democrat,
and A. B. Smith, late editor of the Tyler
county Star, were in the city yesterday.
Judge J. H. Ferguson, of Charleston, is
in the city in the interests of the 0. & 0.
road, whose attorney he is for West Virginia.
Alex R. Campbell, Etq., of Ravenswood,
a former citizen of this place, arrived in
the city yesterday on a business and pleasure
Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Chalfant have
?'?? " " nvtamlnrl tn'n fn (Ka
b'outli, where they have been visiting
friends and relatives.
Thomas H. B. Staggers, Ecq., of Fairmont,
is in the city for the purpose of attending
the United States Court. He is
registered at the McLure.
John M. Greer, of Jackson county, and
J. Clark and wife, of New Martinsville,
were among tbo West Virginians registered
at the Stamra House yesterday.
Dr. Charles K. Mason and Mr. Wilbur
L. Wright have returned from a two
weeks' bicycle tour through Ohio, ending
with the races at Cleveland, August 27
and 28. They had an exceedingly enjoy|
able trip.
TmnHfer* itceorded.
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to record
s deed made July 3, by Theodore
Klleves and wife to Bernhard Klieves, in
consideration ol $2,500, for the. south hall
ol lot 154, on the vest aide o( Chapline
street, south of Twenty .third.
Deed mado June 11, by the City of
Wheeling to thoTrustees of the First Prav
Dyterian uiiurcn, iur wi 10 in square is,
and part ol lot 5 in Square II, on Chaplino
Deed made August X) by John McVeil
and wile to James Hilcbrist, (or the right
and title o( the parties ol the first part in
coal Held No. 1 of the Shepherd estate.
Deed mado September 1 by Reberci
Schoflold and husband to William Oitel,
in consideration of $1,300, for 21 feet of
ground off the sooth side of lot 240 on the
east side of Koff street, south of Twentysecond.
v>' ' " Also
acemetery deed and one deed of
trust. .
Xonline* for SOprauntMln.
Thos. J. Irwin, ex-President of the
American Flint Glass Workers' Union,
was nominated by acclamation yesterday,
at St. Claireville, by the Democratic Central
Committee for Representative, in plaoe
of Hon. Hoes J. Alexander, resigned. It
has been declared very poeitlvelyallalong
that Mr. Irwin would not accept.
We are sow receiving all the choice
styles in felt hats, also novelties is fancy
feathers, bird*, etc.
Kuxu'*, 1071 Main street.
In Hli CudldMj lot Ut? Fo?tofflce-The
Arfamm for mod ApilBit His Pllllog
Sterling's Shoes?What the "Register"
Most do If Be Oeta the Place.
Senators Camden and ivenna are expected
in this city not later than the 12 th
inst. Thin fact has become known to aspirants
for the postoffice, among whom, it
has occasioned a very sprightly revival of
a somewhat relaxed activity. If clashing
Democratic interests can be satisfactorily
composed, a very strong effort will be
made to secure a change in the p->stolDce
, by the Joth inst. It is expected that in the
event of a decision being reached, the
Senator* will leave this city on the night
of the I-i), and anyway notlater than the
13th, and go at once to Washington and
i there secure tho appointment of a Detnoi
cra>, vice Col. Hugh .Sterling, to be removed.
, It is said that assurances have reached
, here from the Postoffice Department to
j the * H'*ct that the sppointment will be
, made as soon as the friends here have de,
cided upon their man. This is interpreted
, t? mean th t the head of the incumbent
, "offensive partisan" will fall a3 600n as
tho Senators say that the time has come
to strike. There is little doubt but that
the administration would have br-en botnbarded
in this behalf some month* ng), if
; it had not been for a movement quietly I
' set on foot poon after President Cleveland I
1 was inaugurated, that was very gently j
- * - '-n ?.? fn? :?
nursed wnue lis menus ieib mo iui i.f
1 and for obvious reasons strong enough to
? hold the whole matter in abeyance. 1
[ This disturbing factor was the candidacy
. of Mr. James B. faney. General Manager
. of the Rmjister. When candidates began1
to take the field for the poatofflc come of i
J them, at least, were desirous of tho en- I
doraement of the Hrijut-r. Applying to Mr.
J Taney they thought his manner of receiving
tnem, was to fay the least, peculiar,
whifh feature of the s'tuation wa* hardly
5 modified when Mr. Tatioy turned them
j over to his brother, Mr. Caarles II. Taney,
! who gave them miid and general endorse-1
) ment in his capacity as Public Printer, j
f Seeing that the State printing is let by |
contraband might just as well tail to a" Republican
as a Democrat, the postofticej
5 candidates did i>ot hold in very hij?h esteam
the endorsomP?>f' of the Public
? Printer. They wore after tho newspaper
! end of the establishment and could not
> ouito understand why it was withheld from
t the n.
> Finally one of them put the question
1 plu-nply to Mr. James B Taney, who said
\ with some hesitation, "Well, er?that is?
it has been suggested to me that { ouirht
' to have the postoflice. You understand??
well, tho RojlsUr ought to have-it." This
i was otticial confirmation of a rumor from
- Washington, which stated that Mr. Taney
, was after the ofllce hot-foot, it will be
t remembered that when the Senate adI
journal without confirming Mr. John T.
. MtGraw to be Internal Revenue Collector
j for West Virginia, a number gi \Yest Vir1
ginians gathered in Washington to qrge
- upon the Presidentrthe immediate re-ap;
pointment of Mr. McGraw.
i At that time SJr. Taney happened to
' pass through Washington o& his way to
l Charleston to make arrangements fir
> doing the public printiug that place
r when the Htate Capital should be rei
moved there. The matter of the Wkeel'
ing postoilice was touched upon In the
> presence of Senators Camden and Kenna,
- who said that so many good Democrats
i were applying for it that they were at a
loss to know wha^ to do about it, even if
it were possible to bring the f resident to
early action, which they very ip#ch
i doubted, Mr. Taney who had been an interested
listener, but who had taken little
, part in tho conversation, looked earnestly
at the Senators and said: "Gentlemen,
' tr. T>er,;.t+~ Tl.o
glYtf IBO puOIAJUIliO w tug "X
' KfiiUl/r noadfl it." .
Tbe 8)nators made no rep'v. and soon
' Bought occasion to change wo subject.
Bat tho mutter was not to drop hero. The
proprioty otof thisappointment was urged
upon the Senators by friends of Uie /filter
who made certain representations
touching the business of that establishment,
and argued that now that the party
had the offices, thsy ought to be nsed to
strengthen tbe party defenses: tu?t fhe
ssljiry of the Wheeling postofiice would
bo a very great help to the Ktgitltr at this
time, and that the Rftjitter would thereby
be enabled to be of greater service tq tbe
Furthermore, it was pnt to the Senators
that so substantial a manifestation of
their friendship would justify the Iltjiiltr
in giving them a more cordiel pernoual
snpport than the paper had hitherto lelt
that it oovil<l afford to give. It was argued
by Mr. Taney's friends that the Senators
having already shown a disposition to recognise
tho Democratic press of tho State
in tbe distribution of ofncee, would not be
departing from tbeir general policy, and
that the pirty would applaud an act calculated
to help the Democratic organization
in this State, while at the same time
it would givo the Senators the friendship
ol the most prominent Democratic paper
in West Virginia.
It was soon known, of coarse, that Mr.
Taney's appointment was being pressed
upon the Senatore, but the other aspirants
were disposed to give but little weight to
it for the reason that among them, they
had secured tbe endorsements of about all
the Democrats in town and a good many
prominent ones out of town, and for the
further reawn, that Mr. Taney had occupied
no position in tbe politics of the 8tato,
was not a party worker or speaker, nor
had ever achieved reputation as a political
writer,' the writing on big newspaper
being done by tho young men in the otllce.
To this aigumeut it was replied by Mr.
Taney's friend?, that he stood well in the
community as a gentleman, and as a business
man and that if the paper desired the
postofflce, tbe party managers oould not
alTord to ignore that fact; that the salary :
nfll/aa WAnlil K?* Annllo/1 4r? tkanu>
poses of the newspaper, and that the party
would be sore to gain by the appoint- ;
incut. Tlioee aspirants who were at firat
disponed to take into alight account the
candidacy of Mr. Taney, have chained
their minda and their tune.
tiib riKLO ioitxrr tansy
Tho situation now, la correctly described
aa the field against Taney. So thoroughly I
convinced are the other candidate of the I
strength of the Taney movement that they i
have put their heads together to devise I
means to defeat It. The proposition t
which meets with moat favor Is a protest i
against the appointment on the ground i
that a recognucd party-worker ought to t
get the poetntllce, and that the appointment
of Mr. Taney would show that the
RrgitUr hsd been captured by the Senators,
and so weaken the influence of the '
paper tor general party work. This view ,
of the case will be strongly prea&ted to
the Senators In the hope that it may In- t
fluence their conclusion. r
a uouas DivmsD aqainst irszLy. ;
The directors of the Btguitr company c
are not unanimous in rapport of the news- t
piper's candidacy lor the poetoffice, aome
jf them fearing that from a business point
of view tlie venture wonld not pay in
pit* ol the comlorable aalary of the office.
At a recent meeting the matter waa fully
dlacoased in its various phases. Directors
E. Q. Birr, Jere A. Miller and
James P. Rogers thought that it
would be a good thing for the pastofflce to
come that way, Mr. Barr in particular,
seeing great advantages in that method of
settling the poetofiico question. Directors
Aug. Half and George lloolt were unable
to coincide with the postofliue view and
stood out against it It is even said that
these minority directors have refused to
rive the aDDllcation of Mr. Taney a Ken
eral endorsement. This, however, does
not greatly matter, because a majority of
the directors and a majority of the stockholders
are 011 the side of Mr. Taney.
It is understood that the Senators have
given consideration to the Regitler applies*
tion upon condition that there shall be a
reorganization of the editorial staff.
This reorganization contemplates, first,
the employment of an editor, a writer of
ability, conversant with National politics
and politicians, end if possible, having
an acquaintance with the politic* of West
Virginia; the said editor to be selected by,
or at least acceptable to the Senators and
their friends. Secondly, Democrats to
take the places of Republicans now holding
position? on the paper, which bring
them more or less into relation with the
Democratic party. This arrangement contemplates
that Mr. Tancv shall divide his
time between the administration of the
postoffice and the business department of
the newsnaner.
So prevalent is the belief that the
change has been agreed upoa, that already
numerous young men are circulating petitions
among the faithful, asking the incoming
postmaster, who, however, is notj
named, to appoint them leiter-carriers, i
clerks and other things of that sort. ' 1
I In the same connection it is understood
that Mr. K. G. Barr, yielding his own
preference in the matter, will consent to
be a candidate for State Sanator. This
selection has been made in view of Mr.
Barr's high character as a man, his eminence
at the bar, his sturdy advocacy of
Democratic principles and his long friendship
for Senator Camden.
flucluesa Bached lilght Xbroagh?The 0. &
O. Iojunollou.
The United States District Court met in
this city yesterday fortnoon at 10 o'clock,
Judge J. J. Jackson on the bench. The
most important case before the present
term, is the Chesapeake & Ohio Kailroad
Company's injunction suit against the
State tax collectors. This case was set for
hearing next Friday, on motiou of the
Railroad Company's attorney, Judge Ferguson,
of Charlec^n, who jjave as his
reasons the failure of Col. Jtobinson, the
Company's chief counsel, to arrive, ho
having been detained by a death in his
family; tho further fact that a relative of
Judge Ferguson's own had died at Wellsburg,
and ne desired to attend the funeral,
and also that ho had reoeived certain papers
in the case so recently that he had
not had tim * to examine thorn.
Attorney Cieneral Uaidweil warmly opposed
this motion, but it was nevertheless
granted, and Judge Jackson took occasion
to express a hops that cDuusel on both
sides daring the hearing of tho case would
endeavor to keep coil. There is a rumor
that Governor Wilson will make a speech
on behalf of the State in the owe.
John Granden, acuased of violating the
internal revenue laws, pleaded guilty and
was lined $100 and cost*.
John West, accnsed of violating the
postal laws, f tiled to appear, and his default
was recorded.
A motion to tiuash the Indictment in
the case of Nelson Virgin, indicted for violation
of the postal laws, was argued and
Francis Barger, charged with infraction
of the pension laws, was recognized to the
next term in $1,000 bonds, and his case
The case of Charles Kreamer ek of.
against the Peabody Insurance Company,
in assumpsit, 6*1 f<?r TqesJ^y
and that of the samo parties against ihe
Ohio Valley Insurance Company for Saturday.
Court adjourned till 0 a. m. to-day.
anotheb case*
Joshua Anderson, of Yfjfitt. IJarj-iaqn
county, W. Va., was yesterday brought to
this city by peuuty Marshal bine' of ManPi'ngton,
on a charge of selling liquor without
a Government lioonse. His case will
be bronght before the grand jury of the
District Court this morning,
Wbfoh Bids Fair to Urouglit to a Clo.r.
J<east for f Tl jjje.
An interesting Charleston dispatch reads
cs follows: Detective Burnett, of this city,
is iu receipt of a latter from lieteutlve
Bowers, of Irohton, Ohio, asking for infor- j
mation of one \V. 8. Cavett. a former resi-1
dent of the latter place, lie is wanted in
Itontop on the charge of haying QtjtrazejJ
the person ?{ **is daughter, gged fifteen
years. Upon investigation, petective Burnett
learned that Oavett workul as a carpenter
at the State Mouse here about throe
years ago, but went to Coal Valley, in this
county, and, after a shore time, disappeared.
Accompanying the letter of Detective
Bowers was a photograph of Cav
ett, vb'ph y>f l? R?tpctiye
Montgomery, of Uo*l Valley, who recognized
in it one of the Darker boys, of
Boone county. Detective Montgomery
mot the photograph to the Sheriff of
booue ooijMiy, wt)Q (Koifej} it to (Colonel
John Darker, of Peytona, vfko immediately
recoxn.ie.', ft ?" *? ' his.son.
whose foil namo is Joseph Fpeers Patrick
Darker. Young Barker Joinedacompany
of infantry in this plane at the beginning
of the war. At tho close he did not re>
turn home, although he had left a wife
and child there. Ills wife supposod him
dead and married again. Darker went to
Cumberland, Md., where he married again
also, and afterward moved to Ironton,
where last April be committed the offense
against his daughter mentioned above,
and from ?hich place be was compelled
to fly, when it became known. He is also
wanted in Kentucky for an offense committed
there. Detective Burnett hopes to
unearth the scoundrel soon.
Anolhsr ABalgmoent.
A deed of assignment was yestentfy admitted
to record, made August 31, by E.
D. Hughes to J. R. Cowden, by which said
Hughes conveys to Mr. Oowden all the
household and personal properly in the
dwelling occupied by him at 1K13 Main
street, -second story, and the tool, in his
shop at 2007 Main street, except to the
value of $200 j also all the stock, material,
toolaand shop fixtures, barrels, tierces
and casks manufactured or in process 6f
manufacture, heads, staves, hoops, and all
book accounts, claims and demands due
Hughes. This property la to bo sold In
aucn way as seems best to the asaignee,
and the proceeds applied to paying, lint,
mo uuofc ui iu? wuoit) oci>uuU|
the rent anil taxes; third, ?n occount oi
fit duo A. P. Fran tell; foartli, J1Q2.03
due A. W. Lee, of I'irrysburg, Ohio, and
fifth, all other debt* owed by Hughes, in
(oil if PQftflible, but if not, pro rate.
The "Dl'ty I>?xon" Cam,
Anthony Shefilin.Iloxy McDonald and
John Braaley, the three alleged mombera
Df the East Wheeling gang of young
Loughs known aa the "Dirty Doien,' who
ere accused of stealing water melons
!rom a wagon, wero given a preliminary
iioarisg befire Sijuire Arkle yesterday,
ind were reqnirea to give 1100 bail each
[or their appearance at the Oircuit Court
a answer to an Indictment for petU lar:ony.
Bradley gave the bond, and was ,
released, while the others were remanded i
a jail In default. ^ ^ ^
A K<* Ctonlud Badge.
The Toledo Blade oi last Friday soya i A
iot? to a private letter from Wheeling, W.
t'ii., to a Toledo citisen if too good to keep, t
t follows: 1
"We are in the midst of a Democratic t
worn?the mills shut down, and almost I
very body ia wearing the new Qloveland i
tadge. Have you aeen one? It 3a patch (
in the seat of your breeches. Thav are i
lecamlng very common In oar city." >
TbvMvn Idl* Oliuwarki (h?r tha Blm |
B?Mlve*to Bcmaln Idle Till Thry Otln i
Thvlr Point?Tb* B* I lair. K?tl Work* \
to Hiart-Tbe llrlinoot Boilers.
The glass manufacturers of Bellalre,
Martin's Ferry and Bridgeport whose
works are idle met at Bellairo yesterday
forenoon, all seven of the concerns being
represented. It was unauimoiuly resolved
that the companies would remain firm in
the stand taken before, notwithstanding
the action ol the fciaou company, mis
company's action is ascribed to the fact 1
that it had its tires lighted and ltd pots
full of glass, preparatory to Btarting up
with non-union workmen. Failing to do ,
this as they expected, they were obliged
to concede the dttmaiids of the Union, or
lose their melted glass. This would involve
a Iojh of about $1,000, toavoid which
they accepted the workmen's proposal.
The Aiannucturers say t ley woula^ not
have regarded tho defection of the Klson
as Eurious :A the company had gone to
their associates asked permission to withdraw
from tne ngi cement, and failing to
secure consent to this, had started anyhow.
Instead of doing this, ttie managers
made their arrangement without consultinc
the other com nanies.
The fired which were lighted in the
furnace of the Lantern Globe Woiks at
Bdlloire some time ago, were drawn yes*
terday by order of Mr. Marin#, atid aJl
preparations to resume work abandoned.
BeauuipU^n Ex peeled at Bellalro?Boll*
em to Work.
The usual cry was heard yesterday
among nail men?"Nothing new." It was
learned that the Banwood factory had 0
machines in operation, the Belmont over
00, Che Top 14, the LaBelle 14, the Laughliu
about 50, and the others about the same
number as last week.
ic was reported on Monday that the
nail plato rollers at the Btlinontmill were
to go on to-day, hut this report lacked
confirmation until yesterday. It was
then confirmed, with the proviso that the
mill might not be ready, in which case the
rolls will not start uut:l to-morrow. The
Belmont rolleru are not in the Nailers,
Rollers and Heaters' Union. The heaters
are, and it is understood that the heating
furnaces will be taken charge of by outsiders.
Rumor has had it lor some time
that Frank Kline, formerly boss of the
forge department, now watchman at the
mill, was to take one of tho new gas furnaces.
Yestorday he received an anonymous
letter threatening him with violence
and even death if he persisted in taking
charge of the furnace.
me uauairo lacwry ue?res to start up
to-day. It will be remembered that the
scales were signed by this mill some time
ago, but Utile work was dono until a suspension
was onierod. Yesterday the
workmen were ordered to report for dutv
this morning. This action of- tho mill
officers caused general rejoicing at Bellaire,
which had only one feature to mar
it, that being a possibility of renewed
trouble. It is feared that the feeders will
decline to go work. When {he nqilej-s
^nd feederg were jiittecl against each other,
and the nailers were doing the work of
the feeders, the coopers reiused to make
kegs, and they were afterwards discharged.
The f ?edere have declared that they will
not return to work until these c<jopers are
reinstated, and jt is nut probable that the
company will consent to re-employ them.
Tho LaBelle anil .I?ffersoq,
Last evonlng'o Steuben ville itmcttt says:
The Jefferson Iron Company and the LaBelle
Iron Company's directors had a
meeting in this city to-day. The nail
qaestion did not come up, but the meeting
was held to hear the report of the
joint committee appointed to confer abot^t
the ere?tign of a pmnt for the 'manufacture
of ifteel plate. Ko definite action was
taken and the committee will meet again
this week. In conversation with one of the
largest stockholders in both mills, it was
learned that it is not probable tnat the
mills will erect a plant, as the cl^tp can
be bought cheapef from tlie numerous
steel pianisnuw oemg uuiiairuuiuu.
Mi S(rf
ftlwUerly Again,
To 0* alitor of ike iHUUiotnetr.
Sib:?The "Miner V article in thin morninit's
paper hit it exactly. We did pay
68$ cents per car for mining coal in }mk>.
and did reduce t^a p iue to ^0 cents, and
latpr to t^O cents per car, anu the selling
price from 0 to 8 cento per bushel; our bgU
ance sheets all the lfhile showing that we
were waking no money, we again reduced
the price of mining to 50 cents per car,
after which ourilo&wfl ceased to show \ip,
although the gains iy?ro tqo ligut to pay
dividends cut. Meanwhile the market
slipped up on us. We were left with
notning to do, comparatively epuqkina.
Outsiders y\\o pul',1 gut 6oaf mined
cheaper' than we did slipped in and gobbled
the business. We are making an effort
to get it back. In doing so we want
our work done as cheaply as othere get it
done. If we succeed und don't get U\e 1
business and wgrk |>acfc it will fie our
fault, not tne miners'. As it is now it is
their fault that they aro out of work, as :
we have none to give them.
The Bellaire convention resolved to
stand up for tne 40 cents per tan rate of
miniflg. Wo paying 50 cents. Where
is the. wholesale reduction talked of by the
I fcil to see it,
Respectfully, P. L. KmngBLY.
Wheeling, Sep!.}.
Brong Attraotljna Booked*
Col. Charloy Shay, proprietor and
manager of the Academy of Music, has
booked a number of very attractive companies
for the early weeks o( the dramatic
season which wiU open at tiia house next
Monday night with Rentfrow's "Jolly
Pathfinders" on the boards. Following is
a list of the attractions for Each week until
November 30:
September 1-Uh, "Peck's Bad BoySeptember
17th, "The Two Bachelors; September
21, Alice Walton's Comedy Company
; September 28tli, John 0. Hicks, in
"Crank's RetreatOctober 1st, Florence
Noble's "Drifted Alone;" October fith, the
Murphy-Wells Pleasure Party; October
13th, Ethel Tucker, in "yueena;" October
10tb. Emma Hendricks, in "Led Astray;"
Octobor 22d, "A Celebrated Case;" Octo
ber 20th, Holt & Knowl^s "Argonauts;" ,
November 2d, "Haiti Kirk;" November
IHb, "Satan's Judgment 1" November lfith, j
the Oaatlnes.in''The Widder;" November |
2U J, J. Holmes Groves iu"I 0 U;" No- \
vember 30th, Gordon's Now Orleans x
Postal Statistic* for August.
The following is the report of the work
done by the city letter caxriera in August, I
1885: i
ItRllVRftSO. \
Rok Into red lettcn 819 t
Mall letters 74,370 c
MhI) Jtosuls IS 971 C
Drop letters ? 4,972
I)rop postals a,510
Papers. ~ .. 4>,070
Total ~ 146,718
eoLUcrcu. i
Mall letters ? 61,716 *
Drop letter* ? - 3,748 2
Postals 17,671
Papers 1,076 J.
ToW? ? M.a? f,
ToliU plecci bandied? Wysi jj
Via ue now receiving all the choice c
styles in felt ball, alio novelties in fancy n
leather*; birds, etc. D
Kisxer's, 1071 Main street
? ?* P
State Fair, Colombo*, Ohio. ]_
On August 31, September 1,2,3 and 4,
he Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis 01
Railroad Company will sell excursion I
ickets to Oolumbos, O., at the rate ot H 40 J
or the roond trip. Trains leave Wheel- I
neat7:25 *. ii., city time, arriving at
Columbus at 12:35r. x?1:20 p. arriv- It
ngat Columbus at in M.ami at 8:40 P. ~
i., arriving at Colombo! at 1:? a. x. u
k Maetluc of Pbyaiclana LaatXvonlaf Takes
Appropriate Action.
A considerable number of the medical
profefcsion of tbe City of Wheeling; met
it Library Hall last night for the purpose
of adopting resolutions in regard to the
death of Dr. HUdreth. Dr. Frissell, Sr.,
iras called to tho chair, and Dr. ?. 0.
Myers appointed Secretary. The following
committee was appointed, including
PresidentFrissell as chairman: Drs. Hazlett,
Ulrich and Jepson. They reported
tho following resolutions, which were
unanimously adopted:
Whshkas, It ba j pleased Almighty God,
in his inscrutable and all wise providence,
to remove from our midst by the hand of
death, our friend and co-worker Dr. E. A.
Hildreth, who enjoyed the respect and
esteem of his co-laborers and colleagues,
the medical profession of the city of
Wheeling and of tho State of West'Virginia,
as well as the love of a very large
circle of friends and acquaintances, and
who had long since reached and ever
maintained the highest standing in the
community, both as a professional man and
03 a gentleman, in the fullest sense of the
Utujlvtd, TLat we deeply feel the great
lobs which wo, tho medical profession, and
the entire community have suilaiued in
the sudden and unlocked for death.
Retolttd. That we, from our hearts, sympathize
with and express our condolence
to the sorrowing ami bereaved family of
the deceased, and that we attend the' fu
norm iu n uuuy.
litsnhdd, That a copy of these resolutions
be sentto tliH family of the deceased,
and also that they be published in the
daily papers.
After tho adoption of the resolutions,
Mr. Hazlett read a paper in which he
epeke of Dr. Hildreth's high moral and
professional standing in this community,
and paid a beautiful tribute to his friend
and brother in tho profession. Dr. Friasell,
Sr, made some remarks in regard to
Dr. Hildreth's fatal illness, lie was followed
by other membeis, all of whom
bore testimony to one common sentiment
as voiced above.
It was resolved to attendjhe funeral in
a body.
Tho following physicians have been
chosen by the family to act as pall bearers:
Dr. Hates, sr., Dr. Frissell, sr., Dr. IIupp,
Dr. John Clark, Dr. S. L. Jepson, Dr.
Reed Baird, Dr. Charles Frissell, Dr.
Siifel. [
Onicer llrlnkmaQD^HiiUlyillart?The Pari letpant*'
The fisht on tho LaBelle commons
about 1 o'clock yesterday mo ning, a meaKre
report ol wbich>as.|iiven in yesterday
morning's paper, wa3 ine mam topic 01
conversation during the day in tho Sixth
and Eighth wards. The particulars of the
fight are about as follows: A crowd ha 1
congregated in the saloon recently owned
by Joo B;ro, which was sold out
a few days since to auother
party. Free beer was on tap and the
crowd became rather lively. There was
one individual present who is known as
"English Joe." He is a bird ptd 11< r and
was rather full. He mis3od his birds and
said that the person who hud stolen
them iffQS anything but a man, or words
to that elFeot One word led to another
between him and Bero and tho others,
until a fight was proposed end an adjournment
had to the commons.
Here the principal participants besides
"English Joe" and Bero were John Blattner,
J amesTravis, a man named iviston uml
Jack Murphy, a nailfeeder. It was Murphy
who assaulted Officer Srinkraann. Hehit
the oHjper over the knee cap with a
base ball hat, and tho Injury inflicted was
Much that Brinkmann was unable to leave
his bed yesterdry. His knee was swollen
to twice its natural size, and he suffered
great pain. The injury is a ssriotw one,
and is vpry liable in result in permanent
injury. All of the parties named
have been apprehended except Murphy.
l{e is sftid by soino to be over in Ohio,
and by others to be out in the country.
The officers were on the lookout for him
all last night, but did not corner b*tn.
Unmliav lo aaiil +r? hava a a-ialn nrnnnil in.
flicted by qnp $1 {hp etip{s 4re3 by BrinkW$wing
to Brinkmann'i inability to be in
Poljce Ooqft the ram were not heard,
but postponed until this morning.
' Lln.ly In?lUal?."
We are gratified to learn thai the prospects
of tho "J4nsjy" fur u full school this
fall are yery flatU'ririr. tjtiile a number
o( new pupils from outside of the clly and
along the railroad lines hare made application,
as well as a very large majority
ol the old pupils. Major \j*? will twin
the ground to organise his "Cadet wpa,"
which feature is immewely papular with
tb,e bays. 4(1 are entl\uaiao'.ic over its introduction.
We hope, under its present management,
soon to see this old and favorite institution
rosume Its former position when
under the direction of Professors Birch
and Dickey, and we are assured (list
nothing aball be wanting on til? part of
the new principals in thoeonsumination
of this wis);. The Board of Trustees have
shown a disposition to do well their part
by expending a lanje amount of money in
refitting and painting the entire building
inside and out The school will opsn nexi
Monday, the 7th injt,
The Uncertainty of Mundane Affair*.
The world would go on very ranch tho
same if wo should bo away as if we were
here. One man leaves, another takes his
place j but Gen'ls G. T. Beauregard, of
La., and Jubal A. Early, of Va., are faithful
to their engagement, to conduct In perwn
the grand monthly drawings of The
Louisiana State Lottery at New Orleans,
La. Their presence and entiro supervision
are a suro guarantee of the honesty of the
management Tho next (the 184th grand
montnly) will take place on September 8,
and any information can be had on application
to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans,La.
. fe
k Poaltlre Curo for ETerj Form of
Blood and Skin Distant) From
Pimples tsi Scrotal*.
Disfiguring Humors, Humiliating Eruptions,
Itchlug *u<f burning Sktu Torture, Loatfisomo
tores, tad every species of Itching, Scsly. Hmj? y.
Inherited, 8to!u1ou? and Contagious Uioueiof
;ho Blood, Hkln andflcalp, with bo a of Bn'r, from
.nfan**y to old age. ?tj positively cured bytitm
:uiu KfcoLVEST. tho New B'ood Purifier, Inter
mlly, and Cviicdba, ibe Great fikln Cure, and
a'tifciu hjap, an exqu site Bain Leautlliex, exerually.
I was tflllotcd with Eozoma on tho Pcalp, Facf,
tors and Neck, which tac DruggM, where 1 got
roar remedies, proaounoodone ottae wor?t rases
hat had coine under his notloe. ?e advised mo
o try your Cvticura and after five days'
no my scalp nnd part o: my fare werernt rely
nred and I hep* in another week to have my
^ neck and the other pan olmjt cur.?
123 B. 4th at. New York.
I have'boon afflicted iIdw 1mt March with a Skin .
Nnwtbe doctori called JUjum*. ky faco wax
ot? red w tb tcaba nud rotoa, and tlie Itching and
urnlng woro almost uubtvable. Bcclr.g your
tmcuaA Bxhkhubo highly lecommended, con- .
1 tided to give ihem a trlu*. u? ng iho Ccticoba nd
Wticura Ho*f externally, and Rrsolvckt
slcruaiiy. for four mouth?. i oall mywlf cured,
jgr.tltiioolor which 1 rnako this public atate
jam. Mum CLAllA, A KR&baKI ;K,
Broad Brook, Conn.
CtmcuaA RsxYmn are aold erenrwhora. Prlcc: 3
Vmv*a, Wo; KwoLva**, IU0: boap, 2do. Prear.
fl br the PoTTitt lMtua and CimiciL Co., I
o*ton, Man*- :
Bend for How to Care Skin Dlneaiei."
111|-PLKB. Blackhead#, Rkln BlemiahM and '
I M Baby Humors, u?e Coticoua Boar.
"OBICK It TilF. BACK, itltch In the aide,
ratnna, ahootlogand f harp pain*, rheumat'e. ncu,
?> raJgc and jwlaito paloi, and erery
KjW. eiiornal pain and ?rho toothed aid
if J09S expelled with wonderful celerity by
i/W that new, ordinal, elegant and apoedy
aotidote to pain andMntUmaaUon.
I If, the Ctmeuaa Pumu Warranted
le perfection of fJoiant external remelUe, and
(nucu.u?i Bortoa, ?p3<>Mw
Tj the Ladle* ana tlentlcmen and Mr Mn
Fusonragetl by beitijr patronized bjr the largeat hi
t>lac* of amuaeascac in thli city, I iu?Il tliU year trjr t
by giving tbein something new. A First-claw Family
Deserved Scats, 35c. Dress Clrc
Matinees, Deserved Scittx, 25c. ]
As arc charged at th? Family Theatres in New Yoi
not wo why our people khould pay any mow for their
witlftAUdinK tlic^) VKK\ LOW r KICKS, ( have booki
Hons Jn the country, both Opora, Dramatic aud Miusti
r?()c, 75o ami t?l OO i
A gentleman can now take l\i? whole family for i<
ticket. Hull must receive your lbcrnl pitrouaw to
houses cnu roader it remit nerjuvo. Nothing nhill be
c-o of the iw M rcflnM and respectable cbarncter am
done or Mid to ofletid the moit fastidious. Toe repuii
ogewtut in the put, shall be a guaran'te for the ni'ui
'i ho People's Ubed
.State f;aieSloiJcc?.
All perx?ni who bft'e space in the buildlrgs and V
j rlvllcvts o? tho grouudH aw icqu'r*! to have 4:
ilielr exhibits a-vl privileges preplied by Mouday, z
SrptenM^r 7. at 10 uc ock *. m. To avoid i-oufustoti
wo desire everything ready tho Hint day of
th* Fa r. UEUP.UK HOOK.
*"ll Socrvurv. i
To the Exhibitors in the Ladles' Textile J
uutl Art Departments. k
Mr* A. \V. Kelly aud Mrs Fobert White, Super- _
intendento ol the E*gbth Ecpnrmeut, will Leon "
the U round* Ihuriday, Friday nud Saturday, 8eptemVriid,
{thaud&'li for the purpose of receiv- lug
Kiidcnterir gall artlcls to bj exhibitea in that 1
department. No article for competition will be J
oat;rel after Saturday, September 5, In tbla do- *|
jartmunt GEOKGtf HOOK, J
hu'U R^crntHrr. 5
gspositiou ami State gait. 1
Grand Reunion of the People of the Ohio J
Valley and Lower Lake Region at the Great ?
which will bo held at WHEELING, W. VA.,
SEPTEMBER 7, 8,0,10, H & 13, 1885. ]
$15,000 l
The Grande** Dlnplny of Hones, tattle. Sheep,
8wine, Poultry, Products of tho Kim Workshop,
una Fireside ever exhibited in the Ohio Valley or I
Lower Lake lU-eloiu
10 Great 1Ulc?x with 80 Hones, all flratclasa J
Trotters. P*eere and Kuuuurs, engaged oa the
Finest Half-Mile H*ce Traik In the united States. It
The Lathee K*j.nsitlou, Mmhlucry. Floral and
Horticultural Ha;h. with their grand displays oi
Art Textile Fabric*, Manhine.y. Hare aud beautiful
Flower*, Aqturlutn with 600 Lire KUh, Fir?ducta
of tbe Fartn, &c., will be worth tho uosl oi
the trip to nee.
Hpcclal amuigenicnt* far reduced fare and apecia.
twins on all ^ilratds. ~
"T-oeil auuiet, cltao rtepiember I. at 12 x. x. 1
Live Stock entries elo e Stfoietnber 4 at 9 p. H. J
Address Secretary Icr Premium List or ln'oroaUon.
A RhYMANN, President.
>!. KEILLY, 1'ies't pro tem. ,r
nyoRnR VQ-'TC. tWrpUrv. ^
Steam facUst*. _
T>tGCLiRPARKEH--B\JKG , jp?- > ]
It v?u wn?.Ei.i.<'tfACK:.i'-Tb6.4gteag'. J
uvxt ar.J splendid juajnjpt ?tcamcr &
C?ptfltu, T. J. P nisei. Clerk, T. J. Marti*, n
Will Irtve Wbct-liug to; ParVtrn'mr* aid all vrajr tl
pnin't on Momlayi, Wcdu?da>? ?nd FrM?jn alll
a retunilrg, Uavc l'KrVoj>l?irjj on Tue*Uj?,
Thursday 1 and d ilMrda J* uifi A M. Z
For ( c&bt or unply on hraid or to 1
*u?l PK?SK inoTH. AKDL J
advkhtisk ADVEIiTISE
ADVEBPW ?"*? , ]
? make: moneyi ]
advkktoi dealers *
advkbthk acknowledge
advertise NEWSPAPER,
? * by ran*
advertise ,t
advertise |0-I)o not onlcr Printing- Jj
of ?ujr diameter nntU prices r,
advertise owa|nc(j at the
glerchant Jailo**, =
lit.?To tvoid tho unoyiDce oi buttonloc on Ei
four cuflu.
'2d.?To regulate (be lr ngth o! jour cuff by moving
it up or down, and fastening it to the slit of
8d.?Tbe convenience of taking off yonr cuff or
ratting It on without basdliDv li.
4th.?|<ow, would jou do without It (or X oentaf pJ
iJT u!
o. UE6S & SONS. c
jta 1
of Music
ij Friend* i
til mwt ft*hion*l>lo turllrncoiotprMi-n in in*
onxrel my prevlou tslYorUt tophn-o the 1*01,1/
Tb? atre ?t tbmo very !o * pricei:
le, 25c. Callcry, 13c.
Dress Circle, I5c. Gallery, I lie.
rlr. Philadelphia, Boston. ?ti 1 o'htr ci?l?. j ran.
?mu?eronrith?u they do In nthor >
td. aud khali produce weekly, tlj? leading atUir*
:cU, many u( which jou luvc poll
to Sco Elsewhere.
CBmoney than ho las pMd bc'ore for nMutU
hupt-ort mo In this undertaking. Only !?TZ
lackiuKon my i?ar<. fcverjr pcrforirnupo {,,!>
] prod u cut In the lest stylo Nothing thi.il t?
itlonof the ACJkdfiny o( Mudc, uudu my UtQ.
lent Servant,
KBAL Howewgrc In a family <ol tine*
lout com? Well r uomracnJcd. Apt-ly at H?
haolhiot'Wit. Rii/;
^ssiBtxee'fi iXoticc.
All persons indebted to Arm?trouK, Cccn A Co.,
oth 'Id and new firms, snd to ih: Monitor Tow U*t
ud Lumber Company, are hereby requested tu
*11 at once at the offiej, corner oI Truth and Marct
streets, and make paymrut, thereby ?ivIok
oats. TtKB.oiUttK.s-,
au29 ?uif|IM' .if.
got Sent.
Rooms for rent With iiuakd,
st W Main rtreet
Rooms for bekt?in hohn.
brook's Block. Apply to W. v. h<vjv a,
BO., 1800 Market atwot. ~vjw
5or rent-two unfukmshkd
V Booms over Uio Mkiu atreet etitnuicv to bl
inie* Hotel. Enquire at ST. J AMIS HOTEL.
Fou rknt-a comfoiu.afii.v
Furnished Boom In annvae family. miuw*
>r a lady or gentleman. Cull at or addicts .nu >4
omieouth meet. ?cpl
Small Btom with dwerine attached.
Labok Dwxluxo, No. 87 Fifteenth unvt,
Sercral Single Booma. Enqulrvof
No. 7, Custom Hon*.
Telephone A-1E6. ys,
The ML Olivet Dairy.
A rare cbanoe to get a good bu<Uie? cta?&
ood?to2k. Old well eitabluhed tmde. For fur*
ler lnturmuUou Inquire oi
ao31 aM*? M-'.rc, t v. nvt.
Tho Bwldonoa No. ICS on Seventeenth ituti,
jrned aud formerly occupied by tbcl&tu Mr. nur
ISOCOCity of Wheeling Bond*, Issue of Ihtf.anJ
Building Lot on Thlrtwnih atim.
*n27 TtU'pl ITS.
Tho following I-Ota on Wheeling Warn! tetont
Lots No. CC. i?T and 7lon Hrvn-lwuy.
tots No *6 and *9 on ^ork street.
Lota No W, 100 Mid 101 on \ irgmin <.tr?cU
J ot* No. 1(M, 1U">, J10 aud lit uu Huron n'rtej.
Lot* No. I2h. Iv9 and i>9 on Wabuli itttti.
Ixt No 144 ou Water?trees.
autfl W V. HOUK&JIKn.. 1 d) Market ?t
Engiue, 10*24 Ir<-h cylinder; boiler, Vl hit hr33
ichea, with one l&int b flue, all in ?. ?*#! (.:dtr.
Ill bo sold low to make room lor more power,
inquire at
Ten acta o( choice talgn bottom land, ?Jx nUl
alow Wheeling, on Oh'.o Hive and 11. & 0. B. B.
aproved by a aubitantial brick hoizn.-, 11 mm.
Itcbcn and outbuildings, situated tu a (pore ci
i*ple. augar and poplar trust. Alio, u tood *!?
on of fruit treea. Apply to
W. V. HOOK 6 BRO..WU Market W.
Or R. W. MORROW, on thu nremlnw. rnfl
Valuable Roal Estate on N. R. wnier Ywtitp
turtb and Market ktrecln, !n t he City of WlwrUvf,
J. Va Lot 1 Xi feet by ?i Ik t; now ooctiphd 1>J
, J. F.llifriu aa a wagon and blackituitb ibop.
W. V. IlOGfc A i.KU.,
Jyl4 13?)0 Mcr?? i Mm4.
The Fine Residence now occupied by Dr. H/r?
catjr, corner Tnelitb aud Koff street*. A!?, til
welling adjoining aad numbered 1W fccSTsttfA
1*0, the tenement boaie at No. wu .Market ?tr?t.
P?rt8 K'JO Main ' irrrt.
L about 147 aarca. well watered aud in rimI
inning condition. There l? a new i?aoe he#*
ti the place containing four rooms. LJtdiep toil
sllar; a;so, one email frame bouie v. 1th two
?m?. good ntabling and all ncccaaary *>uttiUL?liga.
aitualed on tbn Valley Grow "J ur?|?lke.?booi
alftnile from Valley Grove. Term* ea?v. For
utber luformatloa inquire of or address QKOBUE
HKLK, Heal katate Agent. Notary Public and
[jktlco of the ?eaoe, No. 42 Fourteeutb sirfft,
'heeling, W. Va. ?li>L
For Sale Cheap!
Good 014 N?J]ITko7siUo it II10 ptr
one 95 Horre Power Tift Engine in
flrst-claM order. ., .
One Large Two Horw covered Truck
Wagou aud Heavy Draught Home.
Shafting. Hanger*. Pulley*.
Saah, Lane Oak Timber,
Aud Burnside otorw.
m.ocir bros.
I If I
I t
got gent nn<I got Sate.
No. 1C31 Jacob itrcct, iturc-room nod dwelling*
No 50 Alley 15
Two Boom?, No. 1014 Eoff *tr?t.
Three Room*, Irt? Main blrtei.
No. ?50 Market atrett.
Three Houres ou aonth aide of Tr.crty ?V(UU
reel, between Market and Main stmt*. ?
Na 985 Alley C.
60 Acre Farm in Wetxol comity. 1 will sell cr 1
[{ haji/e for city properly.
550 Acre Farm at Eel ton, W. Va., I will fell
tchaugo for city property, and will divide " "
#lred. _
SO Acre Farm on BoggV Bun, two wile*to?
jrty-eighth street.
tf mall Dwelling. No. 1020 Eoff Rtrtcl. ,
No. 2il9 Alloy t\ a five roomed CotUsc Franc in
Al ord t
BuhIuckh House and Dwelling on M.;rkot iIWh
onnd 30 feet fr^nt running hack i:rj !'< '
Fire piece* of property on 81xtMMh ?tnel,x?r
g In price t'Om 81.MX) to I5.CC0.
No. 47Twenty-ililrdatrect. . . ,h
One Lot on Ecu ?treet, south ol Tircuty n*"18
For further information inquire of
JAM13 A. HENRY, Rotl Eaiate Ar^t.
Collector and Notary I ubiic.
>1127 N'o Ifil'.' Mnri'-I fc,tr,^t?
grcursiott Jtcamtr.
800 MilesOn/y $10 00.
rom Wheeling lo Cincinnati i litlwTHE
?m Whfflln* for rincfnnttl T*?l'
dPWill *11 UniceM in KxcunJ"n I'Hrtn-J *'
? during the Summer ne i''*".,!
lutlful sconcry, aud onediy ?:- I u'?bl 1,1 i
rl?ol America. .... *vrrii
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