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The Dally Intelligencer Is Delivered jg*
by Carriers In Wheeling and adja- UB"
cent towns at 15 cents per week. ^
Br Mall, fturtiwo Freo lu the Bailed flUtw. asu
Dally, One Year..., OO for
Dally, Six Months - 4 OO tj|e
Dally, Three Months 2 OO tjie
Dally, One Month 05 cou
Soml-Weekly, One Year...?.?... 2 SO ma]
Semi-Weekly, Six Months 1 25 qu|
Weekly, One Year 1 OO iuw!
Weekly, Six Month8~.~~............. 60 wj1(
Great reduction* to Club?. Bond for wunplo oh 1
onplcH und olrculiirs. AddreM tho
FREW, CAMPBELL & HART,
ruauiwcuB, ^
No. 2ff himI ?7 Fourteenth Street*
WHEELING, W. VA. cor
(Kutered lit tliu I'ostotllM at Wheeling, W. Va., du\
M M'ltind-elitM matter.]
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ftlje Intelligencer. z
WIIKKLING, W. VA., Al'UILSS, 1HH8. onl
? imj
I am for Clerelaml, Free Trade and he
no Custom Houses.?Henry (?<*orge. noi
Puokkksou llu.vo is tlie rattier peculiar |j"|'
name of n German temperance advocate.
Ax Amkiiica.v woman furnished Houlander
with the funds which enabled ne>
him to coutest his election to thy Cham- 'n 1
her of Deputies. , P?1
?? typ
A SotTiiKitN 'delegate to the Kepubli- out
can National Convention had a vision j>rt
the other night in which ho dreamed \
that George M. Pullman, of Chicago, the
was # unanimously nominated for the ,ics
Presidency?but it was only a dream. j)CC
I.v spite of the alarmists who always ^ir
see disaster in the deuth of any ruling
Prince, it is not likely, that Germany 11
will sillier in any thing except grief over ow
the demise of her present Emperor. No ?no
man is ever so great that his place can .r
never he tilledt "ini
? UO'
A PaukKitsuuuo correspondent of the thii
IMtimore Awrrienn says the defense of the
the President's tariff policy by ex-Sena- I
tor Camden is not regarded as sincere, GoCamden
merely desiring to cheer up vet
the faint-hearted who think thoy see de- bar
feat sturing them in the face. cial
? " reai
Tiik proposal of tlie ladies of Wash- cjtj
ington to present a statue of George the
Washington to the French Republic is a kin
good one, and the fair patriots are en- 0f t
titled to all tlic cncouruguuiein, ami mu yni
that can bp given them. It will not i
only show a lively appreciation of the wnj
splendid gift of France, which now nie:
stands in Now York harbor, but it will ,ier
servo to bind more strongly the friendly nat
ties that already exist. ecu
Tito SlmkttHiicrlnn Aiiiilvurmirjr. 1,1'
A number of tlio members of tlio late 1
Shakesperian Club of this city, will this
evening cclebrate the 324th anniversary ?
of the great poet's birth by an entertain- en
ment at the Mt. llellevue Hotel. Thin lllv
entertainment will bo partly in com- 0 1
memonition of that event and prtly a
testimonial of rcspcct to the honorable T
and popular president of the club, Mr. tial
Win. Leigh ton, who so Jung presided fan
over its sessions, and wh? is about to to \
bid adieu for somo time to our commun- an
ity. Wo do not need to tell our fellow and
citizens who Mr. Leighton is, nor what pre
ho has accomplished in the literary aro
walks of life. Wo only join with his and
late associates in sincerely regrotting his of c
departure from tfur midst. win
We presume Mr. Leighton will have T
oninnM.im. *i\ unv nf flm ftiilnrtiilnmnnl nvn
this evening on the approaching publi- to \
cation of Ignatius Donnelly's much ad- sug;
vertised l>ook as to the real authorship por
of the Shakespcrian plays. Few men yea
are more capable of discussing this ques- F
tion intelligently and interestingly than etc?
2Mr. Leigliton, for ho is an acknowledged U1"
Shakcsperian scholar. He differs alto- cutt
gether with Mr..Donnelly's Baconian oati
view, and has no fuith in his cryptogramic
key whereby, according to Don- J"j||
nelly, Bacon has been brought to light 0f 1
an the real author of the plays. 0&5,
Of course, Mr. Donnelly's claim that
Shakespeare never wrote the plays is q
not a new one. His only novelty is his ba'c
alleged discovery of a key that unlocks and
the secret of authorship. He proposes WCM
to prove beyond doubt in his forthcom- lu^
ing book that Bacon is the author, and 1
that Bacon himself lrft the secret and p.er
the key to it in the construction of the !?.
plays, trusting to the future to produce i11
a man equal to the task of discovery. 1111
After the lapse of three centuries the 1>rf?
man has appeared in the pwaou of Mr. j1 a
Donnelly, and now justice is to bo done en
to one who at his death was described ?*!'
as the "wisest, brightest and meanest of . A1
mankind," a characterization that Mr. 10
Donnelly scornfully repudiates as re- ?
gards the last namod trait. He holds
that Bacon was the greatest of all the ? 1
sons of men and that only such a man,
who first taught the world how to reason .nn
correctly, could have written the inv 101
mortal philosophy embalmed in the fl,gr
Shakespeare plays, lie assumes that it
would bo a miracle if Shakespeare, an
illiterato man, had written them, ami M01
that ho was illiterate even up to the
date of his*escapade from his native J'ilt
heath, he avors, has never been disprovo<l.
gj
In view of this new interest in an old Fei
controversy that has thus sprung up the cup
presont anniversary of Shakespeare's
birth will bo an unusually interesting
occasion tho world over, and no doubt =
many interesting speculations will be B
tho result. Up to this time Shakespeare K
still sits firmly on his throno, but never- I
tholoiM. ns in the caso of Homer aud the B
lloniuridcs, thcro aru lliuny doubters. B
MnMlltr ?f Slrrplnj Car Compitnlr*. I
A decision lias been rendered by n A
New York court which in ol consider- I
ablo interest to patrons of sleeping cars. L
Philip Carpenter took a Bleeping car on L
the Now York, New Haven <!t Ilartfonf
Knilroad for lloston. Before retiring to P
his berth ho put his money into the In- "
side pocket of his vest, and laid bis vest 1
under his pillow. In tlic morning the ?
money was gone.
The railroad company refused to mako I
his loss good, and Carpenter brought
suit in the City Court for Ita recovery, ft!
Chief Justice McAdam dismissed the
case and tlio tienoral Term of that siTT
Court alllrmeil the dismissal. An ai>- t>r
jieal was taken to tho General Term of
tho Common l'leos, and it has set aside
tho jndirincnt and ordered u new trial. ~jn
"Itaunty," says Judge Van Hocscn in 0mil
sneaking of the obligations resting on UK
tfie ear company in respect toapaasenger
on a sleeping car, "was to keep watch Amh
lirn whii$ho slept. If watch wr.
constantly maintained the jury coul<
I that the defendant was negligent
if it should find that the robbery 01
red while tho watchman was abeenj
that it would not have hapi?ened i
lixul ljoen attending to his duty, th
iudant's. liability would be e?Uil
ed."
hough his decision goes in the ri^li
action, it hardly goes far enough; in
luch as it would be usually ditlicu)
thu sleeping passenger 10 prove uui
watchman was absent at the tim
robbery was committed, and that i
Id not have happened if tho watcli
ii had been attending to his dutj
,'ht not car companies bo required h
to provide for their passengers a sal
urein to deposit their valuables, jui
lotol-keepers havo to keep safes fc
use of their guests?
L?tfi?lutlon ('at Albany.
ilbany, New York, ia becoming as n<
ious aa tho National Capital for tit
rupting Jlobbyist. It waa not man
a ago that a brilliant lady rcj>ort(
ceeded in making a celebrated lol
gt commit himaelf in regard to tli
thoda he employed in obtaining fi
ablo'action on legislation, lie m
y acknowledge^ that ho used mom
properly, but named tin; men whoi
said ho could buy. Tills jnatter
v being investigated by a Legialath
iimittco, and already many damagiz
tigs have leaked out. Now cornea^tl
urtioif that Governor < Hill-is dicke
and trading ou hia veto power. II
rer leta an opportunity pass that wi
my way help David B. Hill. He ia
itical trickster of thu inoat ollensh
e, and to hear thia man's name set
ily mentioned in connection with tl
aidency ia humiliating indeed,
n discussing the character of tho inn
Pre** aays that "if Governor Hill
titution of aenao of propriety ho
n manifested only onco or twice, <
ico, or oven four times, it might I
down to an occasional relaxation <
litual self-control. But when ho fc
aim nnn nflVmsn njminst di?c?on(!V wit
ither, in such rapid succession, an
such a long period as has ellipse
i:e he succeeded Mr. Cleveland i
,-ernor, it cannot be attributed to an;
:ig else than a constitutional defect i
man's character.
t is an open secret at Albany th:
pernor Hill uses or withholds tl:
o power iu pursuance of trades an
gains made with thoso who aro spt
ly affected by the legislation tin
clies him. For example, the Itlia<
r charter bill enabled him to secui
vote of Kcpresentativo Eaz at Toinj
s county for the whitewashing repo:
ihe committee that investigated hi
>a-brac bills."
'hat bric-a-brac affair, by the wa;
) rather a huge joke on the rctrencl
nt and reform pretensions of Pres
it Cleveland's successor in the gube
orial chair. In refurnishing the Ej
itive Mansion at Albany he indulge
greatest extravagance and made pu
ses that eclipsed the most luxuriou
cs of royalty. This utter disregar
;he interests of the pcoplo and indi
snce to the obligations of the oilic
e earned for him the intenso disgu.?
;he people.
Dlvuritity lit Fnrmliiif/
diversity in farming is just as essecr
to success as in manufacturing. Tli
ner to-day devotes too much acreafi
i-heat, of which cereaf thero has bee
over-production for some years pas
as a consequence low prices hav
vailed. In \Y est \ irginia tiie fonnei
near the best markets in tho country
I it would pay them to raise a variet
rops, and not devote all their land t
i>at and eorn.
ho Toledo Blade, in speaking of thi
r-production and asking tho farmei
ary their crops, prints the followin
gestivo iigures in regard to tho in
tation of agricultural staples for th
r1880:
rce of Duty?Animals (horses cattli
$3,:J30,505; eggs, $2,173,454; sill
nanufaetured, $18,277,210.
hitiablo articles?Animals (horsef
lo, etc.), $.000,431; Parley, $7,177,887
S $30,7M; oatmeal, $49,347; rye
S, 180; bristles, $1,087,137; llax, ur
iiufacturcd, $1,570,518; hemp, un
uifnctured, $3,817,370; manufacture
lux and hemp, $20,003,135; hay, $1,
,53&; hops, $444,080; barley mall
*,843; butter, $28,421; cheese, $855,
; preserved milk, $712,410; flaxseed
Ml,477; tobacco, leaf, $7,830,007; tc
l*o, manufactured, $3,3S2,081; beau
peas, $585,401; potatoes, $0-10,008
>1, unmanufactured, $10,740,081; woo!
uifactures of, $41,421,310.
ra commenting on theso facts the pr
says "that there aro opportunity
wn in tho above table fora very Iarg
ition to American farm production
i number of lines, which will bo mor
iltable than grain raising alone. It i
et to bo remembered that only one
th of our total agricultural product i
lorted, the remaining nine-tenth
ii? absorbed by the home market'
great army of workingmeu create
the tarifT. To abolish the latter mean
t our industrial laborers must go int
i?r means of livelihood,and would adi
;ely to the number of farmers, fo
ning is tho only resource. Henco tli
no market would be largely cut <Jowi
[cultural production increased, an
condition of our farmers, so far us th
i of their products is concerned, b
rse than it is now."
Incrvtiftlng Ilvliglou* Liberality.
AitryS (tazrtte.
ast Sunday tho Sabbath school of tli
hth Street Jewish Synagogue wa
d in the chapel of the Pittsburg!
nale College and they will again o(
iy it for tho same purposo to-daj
> synagogue is now being remodele
I the congregation has been compelle
icek other quarters. The arrugemenl
A*.
oka Luiift'i Cubeb Cigarette*, for Co*
rh 1?Prlco 10 CU^-SoId by all DnuqrUU
Special Notices.
TS:?All FJt? flopped trco by?Dr. Klliw't
; Ncrre Restorer. No Flu after flwt day'i
Mnrveloui cure*. Trcntlno ?na fJ 00 trUI
? free to Fit mw. Send to Dr. Kline. 031
treet, Philadelphia, Hl MWMW
b however, with the Trustees of Ubo Feck
male College in notpermanent and a new ~
t, pjaee of worship will probably Ik; Be- ?
tared in a few weeks. What inado the .
;, matter at all notable was the fact that the u
ii college chapel is owned by the Methodist
e Episcopal Church. IU
i.
Wool nnil Metal Mnrketn.
t New Yohk, April 21 .?Brmhlrect'*says: "i
i- Inactivity and decided weakness appears t)
t in all tlie wool markets. With the now
it clip junt nt hand, and the current tariff
e agitation, manufacturers and dealers are Jc
t overconfident. The former are buying w<
[ to satisfy immediate requirements," but J}
r. no further, while the latterure in a rather tu
y uncertain state of mind as relates to the i
e purchase of fresh supplies in the coun- c
jt try. Tho recent decline in two or three [J
ir lines has stimulated inquinr, but the
general state of things is (lull and in
buyers' favor.
At Boston a moderate amount of busi- ii<
> ness is in progress, with prices in almost
l0 every instance lower and in favor of the
manufacturers. Now contracts for woolen ^
goods are considerably restricted, and no j
'r special improvement is looked for this jj
j- fjunp. x'uiu iicccce utu uuuijxuiujvuiy m
l0 quiet, though, jierhaps, more activo than ^
u month ?go; No. 1 combing wool is in .
l' small supply ami steady. There is a fair
>t movement of territory stock. All the w
iy advices from tho interior indicate that
,K the new clip will bo of suj?erior quality. ?}
. Current quotations are as follows, m
,H comparison with last year and tho year
<o before:
,,, April in, April 22, April a),
,fe imnc. van. j.v*.
10 Ohio it l'a. X JMHiMlo "litfJu 2ihi.'We
ohin it ra. XX ittcuc a&tiHo :wc
r* (Miif.it |'?. XX BU'l IV
i,, above 88n3l6 shift"* :k>ii:<1c
11 Michigan X .'jynakJ iJUiaiu 27a2*c r
11 Kino Ohio (leliillio lEttllo Vittfu ;t'la;:ie r
No. 1 combing Jftliffo- :i7a:K>0 ftliUtfC 1"
a Texas spring, 12 nion.lltafflo 2UusJo 17a22c
re Tho sales during tho week at Boston
i- are reported at 2,300,800 pounds, as compared
with .'1,077,400 lost week and
1,500,000 in tho corresponding week a
year ago. i:
in At Philadelphia wool is dull, and tho w
'd market is weaker under increased pros- /
i sure to sell. *
METAL MARKETS.
)r There are uo changes as to price, pro)e
duction or demand at eastern iron and (
A steel centers beyond tho rumored iuten].
tion of starting up the steel mill at Bmd
dock's, Pa., where Mr. Carnegie's employes
refused his offer of profit-sharing
d and struck against a reduction. j:
A Good Kurito
should not hesitate to wait uuon those
ill with such diseases as small-nox,
n cholera or scarlet fever. There is little i,!
to bo feared by persons waiting on the sick
if they will use Darby's Prophylactic
Fluid freely. In sick-rooms ?it
10 should be exposed on a plate or saucer, i
d and tho patient sponged ofF with tlio (
... <lnwl <lilnti>il FW Kiifotv. olnnnlinORsmid
lt comfort in the sick-room the fluid is inift
dispensible. ^ ^ mwfaw g
re Catarkii cubed, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In- *
rt jector free.
is Fou lame back, sido or chest, ubo Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
SniLon'8 Cough and Consumption
' Cure is sold by us 011 a guarantee. It T
l" cures Consumption. Sold by AV. E. I
i- Williams and 0. Menkeiuiller. bow a
r IJnckhm's Arnica Sftlvc.
c" Tlie Best Salve in the world for cuts,
" bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
r- sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, V
ih corns, and all skin eruptions, and |>osi- J,
1 tively cures piles, or no pay required. It k
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
'* or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per al
0 box. For salo at Logan & Co.'s drug ill
it storo. ?>
DIED. r
NELSON?On Saturday morning, April 21,1888, a.
s. Nklmon, aged fio years nail 11 months. T
The funeral will take place from lii* lute real- r
l0* donee, No. 10U Eoir street, this (Monday) af- 1
tornoon at 3 o'clock, Friends of the family
? aro Invited. Jatormout at .I'cniMula Comn
etcry.
>0 v
" %DIEjNTHE^0?g
Cono Whera the Woodbine Twinoth,
. Rata are nmart, hut' 'ItouRh on Rata" beats
Uiem. Cleara out Rata, Mice, Roaches, Water
0 Rubs, FUes, Beetles, Moths, Ants. Mosquitoes, St
Ued-bURfl, Ren Lice, Insect8. Potato Dugs,
Sparrows, Skunks, Weasel, Gophers, Chip,
njuuks, Mohti, Musk Rata, Jack Rabbits, ?
Squirrels. 15c. and tOc. Druggists.
1 ROUGH ON PAIN" Plaster, rorosed, 15c.
* ROUGH ON COUGHS." Coughs, colds, 25c.
ALL SKIN HUMORS CURED BY G1
ROUGH?ITCH 5
"Roach on Itch" Ointment cures Skin Ha- ?n
' mors, nmplee, Flesh Worms, RincWorm.Tet >
tfr, Salt Rhnum, Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Itch,
,- Ivy Poison, Rarber'B Itch. Scald Ilcad, Eczema. ,
[t 60c. Drug, or moll, e. 8. Wells, Jersey City.
? So
- ROUGHiPiLES *
' Cures PUpb or Hemorrhoid*, Itchlnjr, Protrud- V<
taff, Weeding. Intornnl and external remedy Ni
u in each package. Buro euro, 60e. Prugrtsta u
g mall. E. b. Wxixh, Jcntey City, k. j.
0 TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ?
8 A RRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF !?,
0 XI. THAIN8?On atul after Feb. 27, 188&-EX- cu
g 1'I.ANATION OK IlKFKHKNl'K MaKKN. 9Dally. fSimday
excepted. {Monday excepted. {Saturday
!- excepted. (Sunday ouly.?Eastern Standard
time. wl
B U. & O. It. 1C.?East. Depart. Arrive. ,v
S Exprewi *5:40 am 10:R5 pm V
Ex pre** 5:15 pm lo:.rrfl am ^
- Cumberland Accom.. 8:110 am 6:50 pm
.1 Urufton Accom 3:15pm 0:25 am
Moundavlllo Accom -12:01 pm 1:40pxn
h wnrr.
Exprem (Chicago and Col).... *9:50 am *0:15 pm
0 Chicago Exprcfw. *.'? :10pm *9:OOnta
1 Chicago Limited '10:00 pm *0:10 am
Columbun Accom- 2:25 pm tl0:.T?am
if Cincinnati Limited J 1:15 i>m ?5:00 am n
Columbia A Cincinnati Kx.. 2:45 am rcuoam
O St. ClalnivHle Accom 7:.r>nm fio::i5um ?
St. Clairevlllo Accom 2:1*)pin tl^pm f\
? St. Clairavllle Accom 5:15 pm 4(1:45 pm I
(1 St. Ctolwviik^Vcco^n, :20 pm
0 Washington and iMtudmrgh. *5:00 am *0:40 am ]
_ ...no...*... 10.1-...ll I JIUI Cu
C WiLthltiKtou mid Pittsburgh. ?7:oopm tfl:55pm KCl
Wnxhlngtou ftud Pittsburgh. tl :45 pm jll:10ptn
Washington .. t5:'.i0pm 18:00 am ?lu
I'M C. A 81. I? Ilj. , 1,0
Pittsburgh +7:35 nm |7:00pm ci,
Pittsburgh ami Now York.... fl:35pm ]3:45pm mi
Pittsburgh and New York.... f4:20pm til:l&am thi
o WK8T. BOl
3 Express, Cin. and St. Louis.. f7:35nm +7:15nm j
i, Express, Cln. and 8t. Lou Ik.. ?) :05 pm f<:00 pin ?
Express, 8toubcuvlUo & Col. tl :35 pm 13:45 pm f
' Stcubvmille nnd Dennlson.. t4:'20pm V
\ C. & P. K. U.
(i Pittsburgh andCloveland-... t0:10am t8:47 pm
, Stoubenvllle Accom Z7Z7. +0:83 am t3:4.1pm
tl Pitta., New York Jc Chicago., fil:17 nm +11:32 nm
L Wellhvlllo Accommodation.. 15:14 pm +0:23 pm
- Cluvcl'd, Chi. & Plttsb'g Ex. fi :02 pm {8:53 am
C? L. & W. It. It.
Express, Cleveland, E. ii \\\. +12:35pm +3:05pm I
Masslllon Accom t5:00pm tu:25 um an
Ht.Clalrmllo Accom f8:l0um +0:55 am \V<
St. ClalnvlUe Accom t!0:25am +3:35 pm rni
St. Clalnville Accom fJ:00pm fS:S5pm ~
St. Clainivillo Accom 0:10 pm 8:00 pm j\
Local Freight and Accotn 8:80pm 17:30pm XI
Ohio Ulvur lUUlroiul.
Pa?senger 7:35 am *11:00 am
Passenger *12:15 pm *3:20 pm I
Passenger ?4:30 pm ?8:15 pm tec
Freight...., I-, fi
II.. 7.. 4 O. Railroad.
Bellalro ?fc Zancsvllle Through Passenger leaves
Bellalro at 8:40a. m., arrives at Itellalreat4 p. m. "
Woodrtleld Passenger leaves Bellalro at 4:20 p.
m.. arrives hi llellaire at 8:20 a. m.
Summcrtleld Accommodation leaves llellaire
at 1:00 p. m.. arrive* at Bellalro at 10:45 a. m. 1
"WHEELING & ELM GROVE K? U.On
and after Monday, October 31. 1887. e
jTBiuB on ino wneellng & Kim Grovo Kallroad
will run an follows:
Lkatb Wiicelino \
? B^? 5-5"7:00 * m- 9:00 10:00a. m.. l :no ?;
p. m., 3:*) p, m., 5:20 p. m., 7:00 p. m., tf:00 p. m.
AS5"r* AT Whkuxq PAUK :
??935 a.m., 11:35 a. ra., 2:05 *
p. m., 4.05 p. m.,5:55 p. m., 7:35 p. m., W:35 p. m.
L*A WHkci.INO PARK : F{
a ? 10:00 * m'i 12:80 P- m- mn
jfmf" P*m" p* m" 8:00 P- I0:tw eft
! ARBIVK AT WflKSUKO: bu
- j}5 ?* 8^? *; 10:? a. ra., 1:0ft p. m., 3:05
. p. m..4..Ap. m..C:45p.m..R:3Jp. m.,lo:1ftp.m. .
' ^UarelbtcUf ?c *:<? a. m. nn?t ~T
' i2??fCI?7. ?ur ?UitU9:,Wp-m- Whcdlnc A
IW At 9 a. m. Ami run erm hour until lo p. m . xi
I except the church train, w hkfc will teara 5U Nn
1 Park At 0;4S a. m. and city At l :1ft p. rn.
oca c. HUbCU, topi
New Advertisements.
0. o. F. FUNEEAL N0T10E.
l l.o menibera of Wheeling Encampment No.
urc rc.iiJvhtcd to rnct-l at the Lodge ltoom thin
nii'lny) afternoon at '? o'clock sharp. to attend
0 funeral of i'utrinrch A. M. Nehton.
C. K. VANKEL'KEN,
Action Chief I'utrUrch.
D. J. Lawwon. PcrHio. apJI
pWKTT'y
Refrigerators.
fho "Labrador" !uu? removable Ico box. lias ^
Hftt'n i>Htent colli bhuC; I* fiukhed lu ?oft
nm], graliied and in hard wood antique tlulnli.
io moot complete Refrigerator manufactured.
i\ and boo theiu, or send for catalogue to
NE8B1TT & BRO.,
ipgt 1^12 Market Htreet.
JEIBEKT'S
GARDEN!
1 hereby announce to my friends amfcihe pubi
that ycIlwrt'H harden i* now open for the ?ean.
Kino Teu-Pl!!- Alley* and Milliard Koom..
wt of Itcfrenhineuts constantly on hand.
flpSt OKOIUiK 8E1HEHT.
3 EG U LA It TUESDAY PACKET
-%j for I'lirkendjurw. 1'oinroy, Uulll- , n?> k
ilia, Irontou, IluntltiKtou, Port*inxth,
Maytivllle, Cincinnati uud ?S? *
juUvillv. The elcguut imfwiigur Mourner ?|
-ANDESChas.
Muhlcuiun, Coin'r, Murt F. Noll, Clerk,
clllcnvofor nlntvu points on Tukhdat, April
i, at :i o'clock I*. m. I'luwcnucnt and frehtht re- C
iiptcd through to nil iMilntHAVcxt and South. .
tor freight or ixmwk1' npply on iMiurd or to *"
upil KltASK ItOOTll. Ammt.
Grand Opera House,
O. C. GESTllF.lt, Lcstec Jc Manager.
Three Nights Only, Commencing on \\l
ION DAY EVENING, APRIL 23d.
Idith Sinclair Comedy Company
In the Laughable Musical Comedy entitled
A BOX OF CASH I
Now Songs! New Dances! New Music!
Ailmlwlon, and.ri0cent*. Matineeprlccs, !
i, Z'i and 85 eent*. Reserved neuU on hale at JL
IcIiUro Ihnnw Pharmacy. ui>at
3rand Opera House I
0. & GENT1IEK, Lessee and Manager.
Three Nights only, and Saturday Matinee, L?
Commencing Thursday, April 26.
Only a little bundle of ragged humanity,
HETTIE BERNARD CHASE, ha
in Cliiw. W. Chore's Great Comedy Drama,
?AGS, THE WILD CAT1
Full of fun. full of mlnchlef.
The fuunlest comedy ever written. .
You laugh and cry idmultaneounly.
Mntineo prices, IS, 'S> and 35 cents. Evening fjl
rices. ?:?, 35 and SO cents. Reserved beats on mile ii
I Mcbure Hoiikc Plmnnacy. ap'23 M
?SIL K?
JMBRELLAS!
sow Styles in 20 and 28 Inch
old and Oxidized Silver Mountings. I
Also, somo Beautiful Natural Sticks, Hand- _1
line, Nobby Gooai, at
LOW PRICES, at
I. G. DILLON & CO.'S,
ap21 JEWELERS.
. 0.0. F. Anniversary
AT ARION HALL,
Tlmrsiluy Kvculn?, April 2U,;l888.
The Entertainment will consist of Grand
oral ami Literary Conccrt, commencing at 8
cluck, after ttliicu early Supper from 10 to 11 p. /
i. At the close of Concert, Dauclng. Miulcby t
miner's Orchestra. Sapper for dancera at 12
clock.
Ticket* can be had from tlio Committee, and
x? at the lervicca of the public, not being conned
to tho membeni of the order. Tickets can
no be procured at the door on the evening of
io cutcrtainmeut.
tfiTAdiaiHHiou, Including Supper, Lady and yu
cntloman. 8100. ap'-St Ii
iase Ball Extraordinaryu
Would Resowxed Champions, n|
IETR0ITS, OF DETROIT, Mich,"
vh,
WHEELING,
Vednesday, April 25, J
AT ISLAND BASE BALL PARK.
1
Came Called at 3:45 P. M.
Admission, 2T? ccnti; ltoys, 10 cento; Grand
and, 25 cents extra.
N. H.?Spcclnl rates will bo given excursionists
rthe H..VO. K. H. Co. apSf
MUSIC FOR FLOWER TIME.
fip
Of the8,000,000Sheet* of Mtule which arc In
ir stock, Tory many are appropriate to sing and
play, not only (tra-la), among the spring flowx,
hut throughout the open air reason, with its
Ntivals, conventions and concerts. Consult
talogucx, or find the "l)itson ?& Co." music In
ly rcspectahlo music *torc.
Snnday School Assemblies
otild examine and use
iilduen'm diadkm (:? cut.) Ahbey <k Monger, or
inumof PnoMisK (35 cts.) nofftnan itTennoy, or
inu Woiiship (S5ct*.) Emerson a Sherwln-or w
Prnl?o Mcfltiiig Hooks,
dicks op Praish (-10 ct*.) Hutohlns, or
ew Spiiutu ai.Sonos (35cta.)Ilotnuan & Tennoy.
I'hool Touchers' Institute anil Summer VT1
Sclioola Jj J
ill examine (ho now
I.MGI a?i> Games kok Little O.heh (92), Jcukfi, or
p Common School*, United Voices <60 con to),
nersun or for High School*, Royal Sinukii (fiO
?.) Kmcrwm.
Musical Couvenlions ?
Pr
111 examine or from Emcinou'a 1 1
llOVAIl'* l'UAIHK (fl). or hiH na
INCKUT Selection* (91). from Zorrnhu'B i-"3
ooitAi'ii (II), orTonney'g
jKiticas MaleChoir(11).
Send for Lbto and Description*.
Any Book Mailed for Kotail Price. t
Lil>cral discount for <iunutlUeo. I
OLIVER DITSOH & CO., Boston. ?
np
II. PlTwix A Co., 8G7 Broad way, Now York; =
tplfl-MTluw
"1HE IIOLMAN ?
w
Adjustable Baby Carriage.
rxwk before yon buy. When buying Baby fTIT
rrfogc* bo *nre you go to O. C. Genther's and Ifl
s tho lloliiuiu Adjustable ltaby Carriage, tbe
ki thing In the market. Cost you no more Of I!
m any other carriage. Can bo ina<lo Into a lnve
use carriage, crib, cradle and nleleh. Any Bak
lid largo enough to have charge of a baby cau all I
tke tho change in a few mviuh. lleaieabcr. whit
;y can only bo bought of O. C. Gouther, tho Ilakl
e agent for West Virginia. for
e-MMW O. C. OKNTHER. IOCS Main St. publ
J. W.ATKINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ?,?,
AND iffv
(ionoral Insnrnnco Agent,
1318 Market 8l, Wheeling, W. Va.
WCollcctlons promptly attended to." In*urcc
solicited in Wheeling, and In all part* of
>t ^ Irginla. Cau place imiurauco at lowest j*
c* ami In best companion. aplO-ww i/lj
/?T. BELLEVIEW. HOTEL. ^
This Hold will bo Opened May 1.
tost accommodation* and attendance guarnn*
d. rrlivjt reasonable.
jpeclal rate* for (amilie*.
or lunuer lmormatlon call on or addrcwi
FRANK WALTKIW, til
P19 Nntlonnl Road. 8 Mi let Kn*t of CIW. 1
~ ? Th
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
"or tickets or further Information address th? ^
derslgned. If you have not been fortunate jn ut
awherc, try zno for a change. Co.'s
JAMES H. WILSON, I
Covington, Ky. i[cntlon
thin paper. daw
TO ADVERTISERS. ?"
, lUt of 1,000 newspapers divided into States
I Sections will bo Beat ou application? ?
(EE.
0 those who waut their advertising to pay, wo
1 offer no better medium for thorough and ??
jctivo work than the various sections of our 17A1
xctLocal List. Till
?iKO. P. HOWELL St CO., 1 u 1
Newspaper Advertising Iiuruau, pi.
tvl-Mwriw 10 Kpruro Street. New York1
~LL KINDS OF t1,<*
L PLAIN AND FANCY /OB WORK Mi
itly am! promptly executed at the
Da:lt ISTitu.i<ir.Ncr.K Jon Offick,
Noa. '& and Fourteenth street. spit
Geo. E. Stlfel & Co.
"SUN
InMk
W AAA rv A V A A W IV
?AND?
PARASOLS!
*
We have now on sale an
:gant line of
>UN UMBRELLAS,
. In Silk and Gloria,
'ith Gold and Silver Handles,
at prices to suit everybody.
'ARASOLS!
a
All the Newest Styles in
idies' and Misses' Parasols,
th the latest novelties in
.ndles.
WISS aid NAINSOOK
EMBROIDERED
^OBES
AND
FLOUNCINGS
01" Beautiful Design,
\ND VERY CHEAP.
eo. E. Stifel & Co.
1114 Main Street.
r>'.M
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
SPECIAL
Bargains
FOR THIS WEEK.
100 DOZEN
nts' Hemstitched
Linen Handkerchiefs,
ONLY 15c. EACH.
CHEAP AT 25c.
800 Pairs
nTTT T * ATI /ITTTVm V TITfl
m laws iimaim
JUST OPENED.
sautiful Styles and Low
ices, ranging from $1.00
ir pair upwards.
S. RHODES Sl CO.
17
Logan & Co.
E UNANIMOUS TESTIMONY
loard* of Health and Exports, In their late
'ligations on food adulterations, la that thu
ino 1'owderh mado from ai.um and i.imk,
eave a residue or nedlment after baking
?h Jh highly Injurious. Nearly all the "gift"
ng Powders contain alum or lime. Itcad
^tureclvea the analysis which havo been
We Want You to Remember
l Logan & Co.'a Excelsior Baking
vder contains no ai.um on i.imk, on otheu
kious substance. It requires no sift to
c it mill, but it noils ou it* own merits, and
ubo It always gives satisfaction. Ask for
LOGAN & CO.'S
icelsiorBakiDgPowder
LOGAN & CO.,
Wholesalo Druggists, Wheeling, W. Va.
"* ?"> II..J ??
sest ems 1 nver ubeu.
In expression boa bccomo a common ono
IB those who have used LOGAN A CO.*8
Homestead Liver Fills.
ey nro undeniably the ItCKt Family Mcdlcino
10. lioware of imitations. Ask for Logan A
Homestead I'llls.
.OGAN & CO.,
Drugglsta, Wheeling, W. Vo.
Architect.
JNGEj ARCHITECT.
ns and Hpecifloation* for nil classes of
"1 Private linlJdlmr* furnished promptly,
[rlcal work a apeefcuty.
pmorlal Windows, Stained Glass,
And Interior Decoration.
) Offlco with J A. HOLLIDAY A SONS.
Barnum's Circus.
BARNUM & LONDON j
in it jc
19 1KW U 11116(1 MOWS. 10,
Will Exhibit at
WHEELING,
At the Old Fair Ground, on the Island,
Monday, May 7.
Hb<
' GREAT NEW EASTERN ENTERTAINMENT.
Real Wild Moorish Caravan and Arabian Fantasia,
Introduced for tho first tlmo In America, coming 8100,000. mid faithfully portraying true
Moorish Ufo ON THE DESERT and IN CAMP.
Together uitli the uiyrlod new features lu tho
Grandest Show oil Earth,
Groat Loudon Circus, and
l'aris-Ol.vnipm Hippodrome.
3 Rings, 3 Clrcusscs, 2 Menagerie*. Aquarium, Artificial Lake of Real Water, Elevated
Stage, Ilorsc Fair, Aviary, and
Monster World's Exposition!
Charming .Ugcriau Dancing (ilrLs,
Genuine Arabian Horses, Arms, Weapons, Tents of Animal Skins,
Barbaric Musical Instruments, High Priests, Slaves, Ac.
Papanese Troupe of Experts In a series of wonderful performances.
Talking and Acting Arctic Seals, Playing musical instruments, firing guns, i:c.
20 Animal Clowns. 7 OpcnDeusot Trained Wild Beasts.
CAPT. PAUL BOYTON, the Daring Aquanaut.
\ 2 Troupes of Pure, Cream-Colored
a u^ui/in Trlnl/ Cfolllnnc TTnril nf Hanr>Inrr Plonhanto
mauian nwi\ wi.uiwwi<wi ??.w^..v?..w
20 PANTOMIC CLOWN'S in faunyonpcn. I 125 AMAZING DI8PLAY8.
A truly Wondrousand Magnificent Show. 380 llOltSES IN THE FAIR.
A DOZEN ACTS going at ouco. I 1,000 NEW aud NOVEL FEATURES. .
New Costumes, New Cages, New Chariots,
Everything to Please, amuse and Instruct.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, at 2 and 8 1\ M.
v DOORS OPEN AN DOUR EARLIER.
AU Tents Remain Until 9 at Night.
Tremendous New Street Parade
with all novel and rich feature*, daily, at 9 a. m. on day of show.
To arcommodutc visitors, reserved seats will be (sold at tbo regular price, and admission tickets
at a slight ad van co, at the Music Store of F. W. Baumer ?fc Co., No. 1310 Market street.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL ROADS.
Frew & Bertschy? Furniture and Carpets.
A. ROUSIKTG CALL
Must 1h) given to peoplo who will not wake up to tbo necessity of coming to
Critically Examine Our SPRING STOCK.
It Is a beautiful assortment of tbo very
-LATEST STYLES AND HIGHEST QUALITIES!?
FURNITURE AND CARPETS!
Oil Cloths and Linoleum,
Window Shades and Curtain Poles,
Saxony Chlidema Rugs, New,
Smyrna and Moquett Rugs,
Fancy and Plain China, Napier and Cocoa Mattings.
0B"You will find it very profltablo to visit us and Inspect our carefully selected Spring Stock first.
FRFW&taTSCHY
A. JL I ? ^ -* I -ft V/ JLX. JL ^
1117 Main Street.
Special attention given to Undertakingand Arterial Embalming. !
Telephono calls answered at all hours.
Furniture, Carpets, Etc.?C. Mondel & Co.
WORTH LISTENING TO!,
Indeed it is. The story is being told about tho completeness nnd
cheapness o( our
Beautiful Spring Stock I
Enthusiasm over it knows no bounds. It pleases everybody.
Ecstatic exclamations greet the enr, and all arc eager to proclaim
the fact that the
Quality, Styles and Prices !
Have no equal. We know it and feel proud of it. To that end
wo bend all our efforts, and (the result is eminently satisfactory, ?
Call and see us before you buy J
P.SRPFTS films T.TNMMMS :
Vill.ll JUJLUj llUUUj JJ111 VUUUlllMj '
OIL CLOTHS, j
Parlor & Bed-Room Suites, 1
FANCY CHAIRS! I
Or anything in our lino. Vr'o know that wo can satisfy you. We X
GREET YOU CORDIALLY,
And permit you to innko a critical examination of our stock and
comparison of prices before buying.
^^Undertaking and Arterial Embalming a Specialty. (
G. MENDEL & CO., s
NO. 1124 MAIN STREET.
. Amusements.
OPERA HOUSE."
Monday and Tuesday
APRIL 23 A 24.1888.
J. K. EMMET,
The World-Famous Comedian mid Vocalist.
In bin reconstructed
FRITZ!
Our Cousin German.
ENTIRE JiEW SONUS A5D DANCES J
"ThO Mlitlotoo."
"Down by tne old ureen lane."
"True Dor. 1 Love Thoo."
"The Ibu;amul)lu'H Lullaby."
"He is Winking on Me."
"Schneider llow Ytfu Vwu"
"The Baby Army,"
Admission, 75 and 60 ccnta; reserved scat*
il 00. tkrntH on sale at F. W. UnuxnerdCo.'s miulc
itore. Snlo to commence Friday, April 20.
N. B.?Tbe Kim drove lUJlroml will run n
special motor after the performance on Tutelar
?.iLLii.1
For Rent.
UOll REN T?THE ~D\VTXUKG
x House, No. W8 Main street, nt jirtx'tii intiipled
by Mr*, llenry Horkbelmer. l\.?M.-?inn
Kiven April 1. Apply to It. C. DAI./.KU,. delft
17OH RENT?A TWO-STOHY MUCK
X Building, containing 5 mom* an<l u
room, which1* now occupied us ,? miIoou, offered
for rent. The building U in iir*t rute ?m.
dltlon. C. A.8CHAKKKK Co.. AmiK w,.k
ut present occupied by Jo)in U. McUin: natund
gas, hot ntld cold water throughout; nil modem
convenience*. Enquire of W. i'. BACH MAX.
No. '28 Eleventh wired. ;r.i:
pOll RENT.
Ono Six-roomed House on the Island, til) CO.
One Five-roomed House on Twentieth street.
?000. '
Lodging Booms in Bully's Illoek.
H FORBES,
ap2l 1H2 rhaplinc Street.
JjiOR RENT.
Frame Houso containing 7 room?, No. si South
Fenu street. Go* and water in house; best lotatlon
on tbe Island. To a good tenant will nut
very chcap. Enquire of
j. 1). maywkt t
ap!9 '25 South 1'ciin Sinvt.
TjiOR RENT.
Two Cottages, -l rooms each.
One two-story house of -l rooms ou the Island.
One House, :t rooniH, in Knlton.
Ono House, 7 rooms, Koff street. Fifth wan!;
all fitted with nntuml gas.
One Lurge Stable with eight ?tnll.?.
It. II. GULKSPY, Agent.
Whekmno. March :*), isss. hikm
JfOR RENT.
Tho Store-room, No. 63 Twelfth street, In Waih
lugton Hall Building, uow occupied by Win. 11.
Shell). Possession given April l, Isss.
J. V. L. BODGF.R8,
Secretary Washington Hull Association,
Jat ljr.t M u in strwt.
JPOR RENT.
A Now Three-story Business House, 100 fo?t
deep, to be erected at 1007 Main street. If leased
now tho renter's views cculd bo consulted regarding
idan of building to be eroded.
ja2 JAMKS L. 11AWLKY.
For Sale.
jj^OK sajlIT
A Light and Profitable Business.
ESQUIUK AT
npli 1414 MARKET STREET.
J^OR SALE LOW.
Farm of 257 Acres within two miles ol firatclass
Ntatiuu on B. & 0. Builroad, 100 acres under
cultivation, and the residue lu uncullcd timber,
oak. ]>oplur and walnut.
W. V. HOGE A BKO.,
fe22 i:WJU Market SttvcL
gTOOKS FOR SALE.
10 Shures People's Rank.
10 Hhnrea Ohio Vulley Bonk.
18 Hhures Uivcrsi'le Nail Mill.
25 Shares Junction Nail Mill.
15 Shares Lulicllc Nail Mill.
10 Hharca l'eubody Insurance Company.
4 Shores Elsou Ohms Compauy.
1. lltWlxi, Stock Broker,
mfJS) No. 'Jl Twelfth rttnt't.
pOR SALE.
A two-story Frame Uoufo and bait new lot.
one mile west of Bridgeport, Ohio, on National
Itoad. House contains seven room* ami summer
lr I tf.1w.tt *,..1.1.. till.! ..II ,llM...vvnrV .nil.
buildiupi; plenty of choice fruit on ]>scuiihci>;
cheap and on easy tcrnin.
Also, n good two-story Brlclc Dwelling llouso
oil South Huron street, Wheeling Island.
Also, bcvurul tlue farms for Nile.
R. T. HOWELL,
Insurance and Real Estate Ajjent,
fc!3 Hu)ih;ki'??ut. (lino.
~ FOR SALE.
(24) Twenty-four Lots ill CaldweU's Addition
to tiio City of Wheeling.
Said Lots nre bounded on the north by Twentyninth
street, on the east l?y Fillmore street. on
the south by the Jlundlan Homestead, ami on
the went by the It. ?fc O. K. It.
Their proximity to the ubovo named ndlrww
renders them excellent sites for manufacturing
establishments.
If not sold in thirty days will be Hold at i?ublic
auction.
For terms nud further information nj?i?ly to
W. V. IIOUK IlltO.,
1300 Market.Street,
Or William M. Handlan,
nnHj^tLW^CorCiiapl^
Real Estate.
FOR SALE.
Seven Roomed House, 27 South York street,
sheop.
Good 6 Roomed Brick Home, corner Thirtyeighth
nud Wood streets. Will pay as an investment.
Splendid Farm near Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, ono
of tho best farms in Jefibraon county.
Seven Boomed House on North Front street;
lot 00x40.
Six Hooomcd House on North York street.
Some of the most desirable building lots in
tho old Fair Orouuiin.
iiuiiiiitiK Lot on North Front itrcot.
Seven Koomed House on Houth Brnndwny:
inturai gas, and everything in good repair; lot
lOxl'JO. $2,000.
Four Koomed Cottage for $1,000.
C. O. SMITH,
?pll Real Estate Agent. 1>J> Mnln StFOR
SALE.
Six Koomed House In Klin Grove. i'ri<v*
S'o. 2500 Main street $1>'J,J
S'o. 2502 Main street
s'o. 2501 Main street > "" I
S'o. 2500 Main street
S'o. 2508 Main street * !
S'o. 2510 3fain street - " i
s'o. If. nnd IK Tweuty-llfth street - I
s'o. 2501 Alley II "
Co. 2503 Alley 11 ..
Co. 25U'? Alley II - , *
s'o. 2507 Alley B '
Co. 2509 Alley ] J
s'o.Wand82Twenty-nlxthstreet !}
Co. W and ?*, Twenty-sixth street '
Co. 2T>uct and 2>iU*i Woods street .
Co. 98M Main street J,1
Co. 2tH2 Main street
UJm Acres of I.and on Kdgington U?o: "'J*
rauie house of 0 rooms; K'> trees choice iru?w
ither small fruits. Price, $3,500.
Farm of l.M^oeres, :t miles from Letart.
ounty, \V. Va., 120 acres in khw, .? rot.inci
louse, btim n/i'l hmoku bouse, k<kmI
*nd Is productive; lays well. l'rlce$2^00. ?>?"
xehange tor city property. t t ^
Pio. -JjiSl ainrxei *irevi, ;> rvuim.?i nuU^, ?
i)t of ground. price 1700.
214 Acre Farm V/. miles south of Jloundsvlllc,
v. Va.; 175 acres clcarod.
FOR RENT.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVES.
fewc>roomed home, Elm Grove 71
o. 018 Market street
jo. 20U Eighteenth street, - rooms aid utile J < '
>o. 211 Eighteenth street,room* and attic
o. 2112 Water street, 2 rooms "J
<o. 2146 Alley A, 2 rooms ' "J
o. 2Ti07 Alley If, l room# ''
b.2ri04Sfafnst.,4roomK.kitc?ieJiu?'lcelMr '1,1
o. 2VW Main street, newly |>a|K>red "[
o. l.w Fourteenth street,room# !!
o. 11 Maryland stttet,room* uml little... I'J W
JAMES A. HENRY.
eal Estato A iron t, U. S. Pension and Claim Attorney,
Collector and Notary 1'nMlr. ?! 1 .
Housefurnlshlng Hardwaro.
SilUKNsi
J
WE SELL THE
Oval Churn,
holesalo or Retail. Tho*o In need of them /
II or scud for price*.
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS.
ip3 121U Muiii Street. j

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