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The Intelligencer.
Published Dully, 8?mJ-WcekJy ritxl Weekly*
TERMS:
The Dally Intelligencer Is Delivered
by Carrier? in Wheeling and adjacent
towns at 15 cants per week.
Bv Mail, I'uhUisc Fieo lu the United States.
Dally, One Year $8 00
Dally, Six Months - 4 00
Dally, Three Months 2 00
Dally, One Month .......... 65
Semi-Weekly, One Year 2 50
Semi-Weekly, Six Months? 125
Weekly, One Year ' .. 1 OO
Weekly, Six Months......*.,....? 60
Great reductions to Club*. Bend tor aamplo
ooples and circular*. Addruas
FREW, CAMPBELL & HART,
rUBLUHKllfl,
No. 35 and 37 fourteenth Street,
\ WHEELING, W. VA.
(Entered at the Postofllcc at Wheeling, W. Vs.,
ax KM-ondcUuw matter. |
ilji gnMiaincct
wjikkmxg, w. va., a phil 2 ft, 1sh8.
I am for Cleveland, Free Trade and
no Custom Houses.?Henry George.
Tiik fire loss in the United States lost
your amounted to $110/209,380, nn increase
of $14,284,030 over 18M.
Boclanoki; lias not yet declared hiin'
fielf Emperor of France, but there is no
telling what a day may bring forth.
Fiuxcis Murphy is bearding the lion
on his native heath in wrestling with
the Kentucky colonel to give up his
Bourbon.
Tub Now Orleans Picayune speaks of
the recent election in Louisiana as "Republican
medicine." Hardly. It should
l>e called Democratic mendacity.
An entire day was taken up in a
Chicago court in trying tho case of a
rooster alleged to have teen maliciously
killed, costing tho county $300. The
plaintiff had nothing to crow over.
The Farmer*1 Review reports a very
discouraging OIIUOOK iur nuuvr nuuui,
a considerable acreage in Ohio, Illinois,
Indiana, Missouri uud Southern Michigan
having l>eeu .ploughed up and
seeded to other crops.
During the year 1887 405,000 immigrants
arrived at New York. Germany
furnished the most, 01,807, and Ireland
was next with 60,800. It in hoped that
West Virginia is so fixed now that she
may receive her share of now people
coming to this country.
Tub Tariff league Bulletin quoting tho
Amsterdam Jlccord says that "Under tho
low tariff that existed just prior to tho
rebellion, tho United Suites raised only
1,500,000 bushels of flaxseed, while today,
under tho 'vicious, inequitable and
illogical' system of a restrictive tariff,
the yearly product is 13,000,000 bushels,
all consumed in this country. Under
tho fneo trade regime which ushered in
the war, linseed oil sold for from 00 cents
to $110 per gallon, while at present the
best in the market can be purchased for
from .SO to 55 cents. Under the present
tariff linseed oil is protected by a duty
of 25 cents per gallon, whilo lloxsccd,
the raw material, pays 20 cents u bushel.
As a bushel of flaxseed will produce on
an average 2$ gallons of oil, the net duty
on the oil obtained from that quantity of
flaxseed is 424 cents. By tho Mills bill
ilaxseod is placed on tho free list, and the
duty on linseed oil reduced to 10 cents a
gallon. According to this arrangement,
the net duty on the oil obtainoil from a
bushel of flaxseed would bo 25 cents, a
net reduction of 17J cents on the same
quantity. In other words, the Mills bill
nroposus to cut down the net duty on
linseed oil over 40 per cent."
This is another attempt to destroy an
iudustry under tho guise of reducing
taxation. .Such a reduction would result
in the complete and permanent
closing of the linseed oil mills of this
country. ,
TI?o Two Sam*.
Saui .J ones and Sam Small are two well
known religious stump speakers. One
if not both of them lifls appeared on tho
religious.hustings in this State?tho former
at Moundsvillo camp meeting two
years ago. They are native Georgians,
and both of them, especially Jones, have
a slang-whanging stylo that is very popular
with a great many people.
Occasionally they have had something
to say on politics. Both are Democrat#,
and one or both of Confederate antecedents.
Now and then they have dealt a
swipe nt the old purties, but jus there is
practically but ono party in Georgia the J
most of their swipe hay been at the beloved
Democracy of that region.
Now they are out for a now deal in
politics?both of them?and they propuso
to lead tho most aggret?ivo cam-1
paign ever known on tho basis of Prohibition.
Hero is their platform, and
.Sam Small announces his intention to
stand on it "until tho Domocmtic party
falls to pieces of its own rotteness."
I. A statutory prohibition law with effectivo
methods of enforcement (or tho Stnto of ticorgla.
An nmendmont to the Omstftmion oi tho
Stale prohibitory of thu liquor trull)?.
a. An amendment to thu Constitution of thu
United -Slates prohibiting tho manufacture, supply,
wile. Importation, or uxporUitlon of all nlconolle
buvernges.
I. A National commission to Inquire into ami
rc|Mirt upon the jtatlstica undeffect*of the alcohollo
liquor tratne.
Thu total abolition of tho intcrnni revenue
system of thu United Status
t\. Immediate prohibition of the liquor tmlllu
throughout nil thu territory umlcr thu exclusive
iurlsdlctlon of thu Uuitcd Stilton <ioveruinuut,
including military posts, reservations, noldler*'
homes, ctc.
7. ThuHeachlng In tho public school* of tho
ucicutille truths coiicurnlug thu nature and effect
ot alcoholic beverages.
i*. Substantial NutTanutaid to public education
and nubile Improvement.
V. Practical and fair protection to home industries
against foreign cheap . productions and
puuporlubor.
lo. Protection to the houcst free labor of tho
Statu and Nation against convict coin|>utition or
tlie products of labor.
Following tho announcement of this
form coinos Sam Small's speech in support
of it. First, ho denounces as a
campaign lio the statement that ho is a
Republican in disguise, lie is nothing
of tho sort. Ho was a Democrat, but ho
is now a Prohibitionist. lie says thero
is no Republican party in Georgia.
As the Atlanta Constitution puts it,
"the Democrats long ago knocked about
the last spark of life out of the Republicans,
so, virtually, thero has been but
0110 political organization in the State."
The Bourbons bulldozed tho Republican
vote almost out of existence. But Evangelist
Small gave his fellow-Democrats of
former years fair warning that this system
of bulldozing would not last with
the now party. '*If bulldozing is to bo
your prognuuuie," said Sam, addressing
tho Democrats, "then 1 can tell you that
you are a few years too late." Then he
a<hled:
Tliut port of work might hnvo done for a mil
ml en rjtet-bagger nomoyoar* ago, but it will hnvo
novllVct on good iiich who have got tholr trunk*
anchored lu Georgia. Prohibition comes toUeor- .
gia a* naturally an aunihiue. ft comw bccauso
tho people want it-and they want It beratiM t
they kuowthat It it ablcMiug. *ou can abuM i
until your tongmwaro tired; you can bull doze l
ail you waut, but I say to you to-night that we i
tmoeflMnd wo Uv? tone to May. a od
will meet you at the unk-an'.l give you mnu
good water.
Sam's friends and supiHjrtcrs nre not
nil or nearly all colored men. He if
supported by some of the best men iu
tho State of Georgia?college professors,
clergymen, merchants, and hankers,
Ho claims Senator Colquitt as one of hi*
adherents. But ho has warned Colquitt
that ho must be u consistent Prohibitionist.
So must other Democratic politi
cians of Georgia of tho Colquitt school,
They must not look wholly to VGrovei
Cleveland, from tho breweries of Buffalo,"
for their political guidance if the)
would fairly represent tho people o
. that State or represent it at all in th<
future. Sam,
in point of fact, has no use foi
the Democratic party. Ho says to h?i
old political chums:
| Tho Democratic party In lu favor of wl Hquo
ianywneru ami cwnrwiivni. it vuiuuiiw /?>..
thu North to the damnable traffic. Yon can
favor liquor nationally ami oppow It locallj
Carlisle I* a supporter of the liquor men. Itn
ger Q. Millit Iim tried to fix up the tariff In th
interest* of thu liquor truffle. The Democrat!
imrty has been debauched by the whisky train*
lie is to be deterred neither b;
abuse, censure, nor threats from act
ing his part as National organizer of thi
])itrty opposed to the liquor traffic in hi
old State. "The principle of prohibi
tioB," ho Bays, "has come to the fron
with tremendous force, there to rqiriaii
till the great question is settled in tli
interest of humanity, good Government
and God." Sam declines to he dictate
to by the iug-wumps of the saloons, an
says local option will not satisfy bin
"It is only firing along the picket line,
lie says, " "and Georgia is for prohib;
tion." Local option in Georgia serve
to "periodically debauch the ignorai:
voters."
Sam Jones is in hearty accord with hi
Brother Small in the" new departur<
Addressing the Atlanta meeting Tuei
day also, he said:
1 am a Christian mugwump. Ivotoforwhoi
I please and what I pl?i.sf. if you would dry u
very htill in Georgia I wouldn t caro if tho uev
wan President. lie conldu't do much hnn
without rod liquor. 1/ you don't divide tl
Democratic party pretty won tho devil will k<
thu wholo lump. 1 am fur prohibition all tl
way through?with my heart, bouI, body ati
mind, from the crown of my head to the son! ?
my feet. I've got no more sense than to go U
anything for tho benefit of my mother, wile, au
children, and ftobrlety. Wu are vetting alor
nicely In Georgia. The State Is nine-tenths dr
If the pond of the Atlantic docs riso and soak tl
country with whlnky for fifty miles around.
The Democrats seem to appreciate tli
strength of tho new movement. The
organ, the Atlanta Constitution, says:
Tho Rev, Ham Small lead* tho movement for
third party, and hm already begun what bu ha;
will bo an everlasting campaign. The questki
now to, what Ik the Democracy of thostatotodf
It cannot bo denied that there are many thou
andK of carncut aud active prohibitionist* In U
ranks of tho Democratic party In thit* State. TL
earnestues* with which Mr. Small has begun tl
tight proinlac*! taut u wui wcorae more micro
lri|r an It prwm-CMCi. The peopJeiof every count
will beH?kc<l to forsake party alllamv* ami jo]
the now iMirty, ua boinjc the only ouo by whlc
prohibition can bo rcAchwI. u
liujfguHtloiiM Apropoa to the Work of lloon
lnjf tlie State. (
To the Editor oj the IntcUigcnccr,
Sir:?Much is being said nttlieprei
ent tirao about "booming" the Stateword,
by the way, I do not admire, an
far less do I admire the selfish plans an
purposes of some who professedly d<
siro tho upbuilding ana prosperity <
tho State. To advanco the State in a
her material interests and industrial pei
suits wo must cordially invito and tak
tho time and trouble to show stranger
who propose to come amongst us for tli
purpose of establishing new Industrie
and making a home with us. all tho a<
vantages so abundantly existing in 01
our State.
If, on tho other hand, wo look upo
strangers as proper subjects to cheat an
defraud with heartless suspicior
look upon them as little better tlui
visionary tramps,ftlieir stay"\vith us, n
matter how worthy they may bo, will I
short. I saw recently in some pane
that a glass manufactory at Steubenvill
proposed to go west and sent out a con
mission to some town in Indiana or 111
nois; and the commission havingjaelcctc
three acres of ground the town propose
deeding them the three acres and als
procuring them three thousand dollai
and exempt them from taxes until a
was in full operation, thus exhibiting
proper spirit to the proposed new it
dustry.
If strantrers or others desire lots 01
which to build, for Heaven's sake don'
charge at the rate of from three to liv
hundred dollars per acre for land wort
but ono hundred dollars. If othei
want farms do not charge ono hundre
dollars for land worth twenty-fivo t
thirty dollars per acre. Make all thine
just, fair and honest?deal as we wo til
be dealt by?fully reiving ou our superic
advantages in sou, climate, minen
wealth, etc. Let this Iks the aim, d<
sire and practice and wo will realize ou
fondest hopes in the matter of West Vii
giniu's increased prosperity.
Citizen.
Clarksburg, W. Va,, April 21.
How many persons are awaro that th
kidneys are an intricate network of deli
cate membrances which act like a fin
solve, filtering the poisonous matter
from the blood. Kidney diseases aris
from this poisonous deposit, and hov
Kaskine, the new quinine, counteract
and exnels it and so prevents these terri
ble and common ailment, is very into/
estingly shown by an examination of tin
manikin at Logan ?& Co.'s drug store
bridge corner, Main street, Wheeling
W. Va. Thoso who miss seeing tin:
wonder will do themselves an injustice
Fortunate Lumber Camp Ticket llolilom.
Some months ago a party working ii
the lumber camp of Win; Conch, on tin
Sturgeon river, ordered 31 tenth ticket
in The Jxmisiana Stato Lottery. One o
these wtisa tenth ticket No. 71,o75, whicl
won the first prize of $150,000, in th<
drawing of the 7th of Feb., giving tin
handsome sum of $15,000 to do divided
There were sixteen in tho club, tlu
tickets being sent to Geo. J. Johnson, o
Baraga. Three of tho holders were o;
one family, being John Bedwein, hit
wife and child, who thus secures a gooc
share.?L'Anse (Mich.) ti ntinel, March 8
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For lame back, side or chest, use Shi
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Siiiloii's Cough and Consutnptior
Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. Il
cures Consumption. Sold by W. K
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Bus*. Flk*. lW'Ur* Motlu, AlilA, MtmquiUxx,
Bed-bus*, Heu liw, Iiuwcte, Potato Buw,
Spairow* Slcunta, weAMt, Gopher", Chip
munka. Moles, Muik Beta, Jack Babblla,
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In each package. Sure cure, 60c. Druggists
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Special Notices.
_ FITSs?All Fits stopped frco byCDr. Kllno's
3reat Ncrre Restorer. No Fits after flm day's
ise. Marvelous cures. Troatlso ana 12(0 trial
jottle free to Kit eases. Bend to Dr. Kline, Ml
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A fiu*e Impr?<hakiii Correct?xf-It4 8t?h( 1
Dovelojimcnt 3tt)>?criptluii Made Good,
I To I* Editor briWTnbttyme*. -g,
1 Siu:?I'leuse allow space In tho col- *
' umns of tho Intklmoenckk to correct u {
\ fulau impression that lias.^onu Jorth xv. .
t spectiBgtbe fail uro of Mason county
furnish her proportion of .funds to the ?
Htato I in in ignition mid- Development p
Association. It is true that our County _
Court declined to make an appropriation 1
r for tho purpose named, but not because f
of any opposition to tho movement.
) Tho Court is composed of honest, conscientious
gentlemen, whoso only reu- J
r noil for not acting in the matter was, t
i that there appeared to fltem to be no
law authorizing them to bo act. Not- -
\vithnbindini?. our iwonlo oro in full (
I sympathy witli the movement, tliero ?
} liot being a dissenting' voice ho far as
e' learned. Tbo money has been raised
0 by private subscription and the ono t
? hundred dollars pledged by our repre- 1
' sentatfVes to tbo Wheeling Convention j
will be transmitted to the proper
authorities. Let Mason bo put. on j
record anjpng tbe progressive counties
, of the State. Vijioil A. Lewis,
t* Secretary Mason County Auxiliary. (
* Point Pfomnt, ir. Va,, April 211. ,
THE B.UtSL'M-n.UU;~SHO\V ;
il Coming Hor* to Ainano and lluwllrier Hvery
d Ono with it* Clrnmleur.
|; In thefie days of progress, of invention
, and energy, to be considered of import- 1
'* ant'o one must bo abreast of the times,
H but all those who are in advance are the
ones deserving of tbo greatest success. ,
The latter is just what has made P. T. ;
8 Barnuni and J. A. Bailey famous the 1
' whole world over. They have everyJ*
thing in their exhibition that human
ingenuity could invent of a novel kind, 1
01 and since the tiro last November have
'/{ everything new?new costumes, new
in acts, new features, new attractions; uud
\v everything discovered or unearthed in
any "part of the universe will bo found
id under the ten-acre tents of the Uarnum
Jj and London Ffteen New United Shows.
II Tliis year the show is grander, greater
it; and richer than ever before in its history,
>' and is now organized and equipped in
10 such monstrously large proportions that 1
its 125 acts can be exhibited in nothing '
and nn artiiiciiil'Wko of real wator; ami
its vast army of expert male ami fer*
male performers are found in every
u part of the huge tents, in the rings, in 1
?7 the air, on the stage, on the lake, and on
ltl the Paris Olympia Hippodrome track,
ie performing as many ns a dozen acts At
onotime. Five now shows have been
y added this year to the tremendously
u large expositions, requiring 04 care in
u four trains to transport it. There are
three eircusses in three rings, the'stage,
artiticial lake with Copt. Boyton, and
the talking seals performing wonderful
feats, mammoth museum of living human
wonders; Jumho,as natural aa life,
' and his big skeleton; a troupe of genuine
\ Japanese aerialists;. a Wild Moorish
. Caravan, with Algerian dancing girls,
slaves, and Bedouins with all their barbaric
war weapons and horses; an eleII
pbant pavilion with a double herd of
trained elephants; two droves of camels;
" thrilling races in the New Olympia
_ Hippodrome; hosts of European special- '
ists; a great horse fair with actually '-889 1
, head otllret premium fine breed horses, 1
in a separate tent for public inspection: 1
" 100 cages and chariots, Norman draught
horses, white mules, 32 golden carved
chariots, 3 military bands, a juvenile
. fife and drum corps^Marsh all's Japanese
troupe, and it is safe to say anything, of
n' any value in the show world.
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' remedy known to cleanse the system (
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constipation, indigestion, piles, etc. 1
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I, Sold by Logan & Co., Anton P. Hess,
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to aiotliur?.
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t turrh I?I*rlco 10 CtSi?Sold by all Druggists
1 " tra~vele"rs' gu7de7^ <
A RRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
XL TRAINS?On and a/tor Feb. 27, 1888?Ex*
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Express (Chicago and Col).... *0:50 am pm
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? i^ "'lcU1. fr'S*?*" '<*v? Dellairo at \:20 p. X
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STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Orrtcu ok The Wnr.ei.tsu NatuiuC Qa? Co., )
wuwcuko. w. Va.. April 24.1888. j
The annua! meeting of tlio stockholder of
hli Company will beheld at its general office,
*o. ljitfCbapllno street, oa Monday; May 7, ifW.
it 10 o'clofck a. m. Transfer l?ooks will ihj c-1om.n1
rora April ;? to May ?. both Inclusive.
"l'^> WM. J. DIKHL, Sc? retnry.
JO THE PUBLIC: e
J. J. Uamtnoad, who luut for tho past three seasons
handled horses on tho Inland Kaec CounHJ,
.rill return l>y the first of May, prt-jwimtory to
cecjvlng hones for truining, aud will Ihj glad to
receive front forjuer patrons and others.
Very respectfully,
J. J. HAMMOXD.
gCHREIBER'8
Green House. >
Lovers of Flowers, and ttc public generally,
mo Invited to Bchrelbcr'a Green Houses, No. 17;j
North 1' root street, to sit; and examine tho grand
Uftplay of "Aznlafa" now in bloom.
np?l FKANZ LAll'l', Proprietor.
J"USX IN.
Frosh Hunyada Water, i
Baker's Cocoa, I
Broma and Chocolate, at *
n. II. LIST'S, 1010 Main Street.
Prescriptions carefully lllled at all hours.
iip2l
jnK HOLMAN j
Adjustable Baby Carriage. y
Look before you buy. When buying Baby
Carriages be sure you go to 0. C. Genthcr's and f
Wf tho Ilolman Adjnstablo Jteby Carriage, tho
best thing In tho market. Corn you no more
than any other carriage. Can bo miulo Into a
homo carriage, crib, cradle and sleigh. Any
child largo enough to have cbaige of a baby can
make the chaugo in a few scconds. iteinember.
they can only be bought of O. C. Genther, the
Solo agent for West Virginia. ?
feW-iww O. C. OKNTIfER. 1065 Main St. (
BASEBALL!1
Opening Championship Games.
Tni.Rnn vswhrri.inb
a vmjjv v imi u uuuva1iv
Tlinrsday, Friday and Satunluy,
april 20, 27, 28,
AT ISLAND BASE BALL PARK.'
Gamo culled at 3:15 p. m. Admission, 25 cents.
Boys. 10 cents, Grand Stand, 10 cents. ap25
NOTICE.
1 Having l?ccn associated with Mr. Theodore
Scbrclbcr during the past ten years, and having
ii practical knowledge of the Florist business in
nil itH brandies, I take this method of informing
the citizens of this city and the public generally,
that I have assumed chargo of the entire business,
and shall be glad to see all the former patrons
and my friends at the "OLD G It KEN
HOUSE," No. 173 North Front street, Wheeling
Ibluud. Very respectfully,
FRANZ LAUPP. i
Telephone No. 1Q1. ap'24 I
THE UNANIMOUS TESTIMONY
Df Boards of Health and Experts, in their late Investigations
on food adulterations, is that the
Bakino I'owdkjw made from alum and lime,
nil leave ii residue or sediment after baking
ivhich Is highly injurious. Nearly all the "gift''
Making Powders contain alum or lime. Bend
[or youmelvea the analysis which have been
published.
We Want Toi to Remember
That Logan & Co.'s Excelsior Baking
Powder contains no ai.um oh i.imp., ou otiiku
injurious suiistance. It requires no gift to
make it sell, hut it sells ou Its own merits, and
because it always gives satisfaction. Ask for
i nr.aim ^ r.n ?.q
ExcelsiorBakingFowder
LOGAN & CO., \
& Wholesale Druggist*, Wheeling, W. Vft. *
. w
"Best Bills I Ever Used." C
Thin expression ha# become a common one ?
iinong thowj who havo used LOGAN <& CO.'8
Homestead liver Pills. J
They uro undeniably the IJest Family Medicine *
n use. lleware of Imitations. Ask for Logau ?L ~
Jo.'s IIomestcHd l'ills.
LOGAN & CO., \
Druggist*, Wheeling, W. Va. m
~ s
TO ADVERTISERS,
A list of 1,000 newspapers divided Into States oi
inn sbctiosh will bo sent on application? w
PREE. m
To tliosc who want their ndvertlslng to pay, wo m
an ofler no better medium for thorough and D
ilfiK-lli'i) urnrlf Mum tlu> viirlniiu uiptlmm nf nlir ' '
i elect Local List.
GEO. P. ROW ELL Ji CO.,
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
apt-MWKAW 10 Spruce Street. Now * ork*
For Wedding or Anniversary Gifts.
CHINA.
\\\ ATKINSON,
or.
attorney at law,
1X0
(iencral Insurance Agent,
1318 Market St., WkeeUnf. W. Vt.
BF-Tollectlnna promptly attended to. Insurttcc
MTllrltcd In WbeuIiiiK. hiiiI in all part* of *
rat Vlnlnla. Can plare luiuranco at lowcit I.
uc* ami tn R'?l ctimimnli-B. apli'-MW U
y?T. BEIXEV1EW HOTEL.
This Hotel will be Opened May 1.
Bat orcoramoJotloin and attendance pmran ed.
Prices reasonable.
Speelrtl rnte? for families.
For further Information <callI on.or'addron
FRANK nALTEIw,
aplJ National Rond. 3 Mile* East of City.
^OTICE.
J U7iom it May Concern:
I hereby warn all whom agalnit haibOTlng,
eretluK or oncouraglnic my daughter, kctta
avis," about hid or her premises, kIio having [u
ft her home without caiuw or jwvoauon. ^
ny jktmiu ur n-iiiniUK iu iiwu "<?
rowlll bcproKcutedtothu full extent of tho
w. THOMAS DAVIS.
Wheeling, April 20,1wh. ap2l
^THEELING & ELM GROVE R. H.? n
r T On and after Monday, October 81, 1887. D
ii inn on the Wheeling A him Grove Railroad n
111 rnn m follows: rl
iatkWiirlino n<
5:30?. m.,7:00a. m.,9:00 a. m., 10:00a.m., 1:30
in., 8:30 p. m., 6:20 p. in., 7:00 p. m., 9:00 p. m.
HUT* at WJIKKUSO 1*AKK:
8:00 a. m., 7:85 a. xn., 0:85 a. m., 11:35 a. m., 2:05
m., 4:05 p. m., 5:55 p. m., 7:85 p. zn.t 9:85 p. m.
UVK WHKKUNO PAttK:
5:10a. m.,7:45a.m., 10:00 a. m., 12:30 p. m.. J
? p. ra., 4:20 p. m., 0:10 p. m., 8:00 p. m., 10:00 (J
UUVI AT WIIKCUKO: ai
J:45 a. m., 8:20 a. m., 10:35 a. m., 1:05 p. m., 3:05 =
m., 4:53 p. ra.. 6:45 p. ra., 8:35 p. in., 10:35p. ra.
iUNDAYS.?Leavo the city at 8:00 a. m. and
n every honr until 9:00 p. ra. Leave Wheeling ^
xk at 9 a. ra. and run every hour until 10 p. m., Vf
ceptthe church train, which will leave tho 1VJ
rk at 9;45 a. m. and city at 1 :lft i?. ra.
*2? C. HIRSCS.Rapt
?OR DODGERS ThJ
: , . AND SMALL IIAND BILLS, 1
>0 to the ijmtixioKtcia Job Rooms, Nob. 25
d 27 Fourteenth street, whero you can bo aommodatod
at short notice. aj
Ceo. E. Stlfel & Co. '
"SUN
Jmbrellas1S
PARASOLS! ,
1\
We have now 011 sale an M
legant line of
SUN UMBRELLAS, 1
In Silk and Gloria,
,Vith Gold and Silver Handles, IS
at prices to suit everybody.
PARASOLS! "
All the Newest Styles in
^adies' and Misses' Parasols, Q]
vith the latest novelties in
landles.
Iul
To
Grai
JWISS aid NAINSOOK
EMBROIDERED
ROBES"
AND
FLOUNCINGS 20
A tr
A D<
01' Iteaiitiiul Design, Ne
AND VERY CHEAP.
3eo. E. Stifel & Co.
t T1
1114 Main Street.
nP'-l op
WHY =
HerMajesty'S
CORSET I
RFTTFB
m m m.
than any other mado In
EUROPE or AMERICA,
BECAUSE Q
| i IMS TUB ONLY CORSET EVER MADE
CT that wL'l reduce the ilze and increaso tho
Lwtj length of tho waist of Flxsiit lisas
lthout Injurious tight lacing.
|1 IT IS THE BEST SPIRAL SUPPORTER ^
jjj over made, and It supports equally woU tho ill
abdomen and all other parts of tho body* I ?
Jl IT IS PROOF AGAINST PERSPIRATION' \JX
l(] and moisture. Will neither corrod? or
"?J loll the vndertrear, stretch or break at tho
alflt. The bones never movo or como out in wear.
rir rr never changes its form,
LT || always retaining its original ghapo; It is Lj <
invaluablo to young ladles, bocausoltre- A '
ores and preveuts stooping and round shoalders.
lit THIS CORSET MUST NOT BE MORE
|T 11 than 2 Inches smaller than tho slzo of your
icaUt when meaaured tightly over your
ess. If so ordered no Coriet Holer can mako
io to order (at any price) that will lit as well, or
Ith as much caso uud comfort, or glvo such a
agniflccnt form.
MNCESS OF WALES CO., N. I, MPRS.
Kept taatook and recommcndcd by ^
Geo, E. Stifel & Co.,
mr"-W WHEELING. W. VA. f
J. S. Rhodes & Co. ^
SPECIAL =
Bargains"
FOR THIS WEEK.
IOO DOZEN
ents' Hemstitched
Linen Handkerchiefs,
ONLY 15c. EACH.
CHEAP AT 25c. _
Ji
800 Pairs c
EI LACE CURTAINS
JUST OPENED. rm
eautiful Styles and Low 1 U
rices, ranging from $1.00 <;
jr pair upwards. V
S
?
n T\TTATvnn n aa
.D.MUWffiaUU. Pl7
_ Architect. | ^
IUNCE, - ARCHITECT. ?
lana and Specifications for all clawc* of Pubuid
Privates Bnllilinpi luraiabed prompUy.
trial work a apcclaltjr.
IcmorUl Window*, Stained Glass, _
And Interior Decoration.
>10 Oflloo with J A. 1I0LL1DAV & SONS. TelC
Barnum'a Circus.
BARNUM & LONDON
I New United Shows. 15!
Will Exhibit at
TX7TTT7T7T T\TP ?
V V 1 II^JLlLINU,;?
At tbe Old Fair Gronnd, on the Island,
P. T. BARNUM'S
SEAT HEW EASTERN ENTERTAINMENT.
Real Wild Uootish Caravan aid Arabian Fantasia,
troducod for tho first time In America, costing *100,000. and faithfully portraying truo
Moorish lift) ON T1IE DKbKKT ami IN CAMP.
gcthcr with the myriad now feature* in tho
udest Show on Earth,
Great London Circus, and
l'aris-Olyinpln Hippodrome.
Rings, 3 Circusucs, 2 Menageries, Aquarium, Artlflcfnl Lake of Real Water, Elevated
Stage, lioree Fuir, Aviary, and
Monster World's Exposition!
Clmrmlng Algerian Dancing Uirls,
uo Arabian Horses, Anna, Wealing, Tent* of; Animal[Skins,
Barbaric Musical Instruments, High Priest*, Slaves, ?tc.
3apanese Troupe of Experts in a series of wonderful performances.
miking and Acting Arctic Seals, l'laying musical instruments, ilriug guns, &c.
20 Animal Clowns. 7 Open Densot Trained Wild llcasts.
CAFT. PAUL BOYTON, the Daring Aquanaut,
2 Troupes of Pure, Cream*Colorod
Arabian Trick Stallions. Uord'ot Dancing'Elephants.
PANT0U10 CI.0W.N8 In tnniiy eniwin. I 125 AMAZING DISPLAYS*.
nlvWondrousHWlMngnlflcontSllow. 380 HOR8V.S IN THK FAIR.
y/.KS ALTS going 111 oncc. I 1,000 NK1V and NOVEL FKATDRES.
w Costumes, New Cages, New Chariots,
Everything to Please, amuse and instruct.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, nt 2 and 8 P. M.
1)00ItS OPEN AN HOUR EARLIER.
II Tents Remain Until 9 at Night.
Tremendous New Street Parade
with all novel and rich features, dally, at 9 a. m. on day of show.
i accommodate visitors, reserved seats will ho sold at the regular price, and admission tickets
iglit advance, at the Mu?Ic Store of V. W. Bnuuier & Co., No. KJ10 Market street.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL ROADS.
Furniture, Carpets, Etc.?G. Mendel & Co.
/ORTH LISTENING TO!
Indeed it is. Tho story is being told about tlie completeness and
cheapness of our
3eautiful Spring Stock I
Enthusiasm over it knows no bounds. It pleases everybody.
Ecstatic exclamations greet tho ear, and all are eager to proclaim
tho fact that tho
uality, Styles and Prices
Havo no enual. We know it and feel proud of it. To that end
we bend all our efforts, and tho result is eminently satisfactory.
Call and see us before you buy
IRPETS, RUGS. LINOLEDMS.
OIL CLOTHS,
arlor& Bed-Room Suites,
FANCY CHAIRS!
Or anything in onr lino. Wo know that wo can satisfy yon. Wo
GREET YOU CORDIALLY,
Anil permit you to make a critical examination of our stock and
comparison of prices before baying.
^Undertaking and Arterial Embalming a Specialty.
}. MENDEL & CO.,
NO. 1124 MAIN STREET.
Frew & Bertschy?Furniture and Carpets.
TiTi-wJk
L ROUSING O ALL |
Must bo given to people who will not wake up to the ncoesilty of coming to
ritically Examine Our SPRING STOCK.
It 1b a bcavrtllul naaoiUncnt ol the very
-LATEST STYLES AND HIGHEST QUALITIES!? ,
riMTTniTTINn * 1T1V A * TWNTVIHM V
IKMTUKJS AND UAKMb!?
)il Cloths and Linoleum, ?
Vindow Shades and Curtain Poles,
iaxony Chlidema Rugs. New,
imyrna and Moquett Rugs,
rancyand Plain China, Napier and CocoaMattings. .
in will find it very profitable to visit na and Inspect our carclully Molcctcd Spring Stock (Int.
rew&Bertschy, ;
1117 Main Street. j
clalatteritlonglventoUndertaklngand Arterial Embalming.
iphone calls answered at all hours. '
Amus^monts.
Grand Opera House,
0. C. GENTIIKK, Lecace & Manager.
Throe Nights Only, Commooclng on
MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 23d.
Sditb Sinclair Comedy Company
In tliu Laofbablo Musical Comply entitled
A BOX OF CASH !
Now Songs! New Dances! New Music!
Admission, 15, 25 and 30 cents. Matinee price*
!f?. 25 and to cents. Roacrred scats on sale ?{
VlcLuro House l'liarniai y. npa
Grand Opera House]
O. C. GENTIIKK, Lcmco and Malinger.
Three Nights only, and Saturday Matinee,
Commencing Thursday, April 26,
Only a Uttlo bundle of nigged humauity,
HETT1E BEHSA1U) ClUSfi,
In Chan. W. Cbiwo'H Great Comedy Drama,
BAGS, THE WILD CATl
Fulljaf fan, itoU of mischief.
i uu iiiiiiiii 1*1 romoii ever written.
You luu?h and cry slinultntieouilr.
Matlnco nrlccK, 18, 23 and a:, cents. Kveniiir
price*. 25, iis and to cents. Reserved m?t? ..u ui!
at McLure IIon*o Pharmacy. a,,a
BaseBall Extraordinary
WOBI.I> HENOWXCT CuAxneNs,
DETROITS, OF DETROIT, Mich,
vs.
WHEELING.
-?ON*
Wednesday, April 25,
AT ISLAND BASE BALI, PARK.
Came Called at 3:45 P. M.
Adinlulon, 25 cents; Ik>ys, 10 cents; (irand
gland, 25 cent* extra.
N-B.-Spoclnl ntw will be given McnnlonUtt
by the B. x 0. It H. Co. ?ici
1.0.0. F. Anfilversar?
AT ARION HALL,
Thnrsdity Evening, April iiy.lsss.
The Entertainment will consist of a Grand
Vocal aud Literary Concert, coinwcnrlnjc at b
o'clock, after which curly h'um?er from lo to U t>
in. At the close of Concert, Dancing. Miulc t'y
Kramer's Orchestra. Sup|>er for daiiccni ?i io'clock.
Tickets can be lmd from the Committee, and
are at tho services of tho public, not Iwlajj amlined
to the members of the order. Tkktuwn
also bo procured at the door on the ctcd1dio(
tho entertainment.
VAdinlssion, inrltidini: SuitK-r, Lady and
Gentleman. II W. ;
For Sale.
jpOll SALE '
A Light and Profitable Business.
SNQUIUC AT
ap!2 1414 MARKET STREET.
^OK SALE LOW.
Form of 257 Acrca within two miles of fir*
class station on 11. & O. I tall road, luOnrrr* tin!?*
cultivation, ami the residue in unculled tfmUr.
oak, poplur and walnut.
W. V. 110(5 K .t BRO?
fc22 Ham Mnrln-t Stmt.
gJTOCKS rOU SALE.
40 Stiarc* People's Bank.
10 Shure# Ohio Valley Bank.
18 Shares Rlversido Null Mill.
i!5 Shares Junction Kuii Mill.
15 Share* LaBelle Nail Mill.
10 Shares l'eabody Insurance Company.
4 Shun* Elsou lilats Company.
1. IRWIN, stork Hrokcr,
mr29 No. -M Twelfth Sim t.
jpOIi SALE.
A two-story Frame Houso and linlf srro lol
one mile west of Bridgeport, Ohio, on XatlorA
Road. House containsseveu room* and munu:
kitchcn, a good sUihle and nil neceswry out
buildings; plenty of choice fruit on |?etui?o:
cheap uud on easy terms.
Also, a good two-story Brick Dwelling Iiou*
on South Huron street, Wheeling Island.
Also, several tluu funns for Nile.
It. T. HOWELL,
lusuranco and Real Estate Apent,
fclfl HltlHOK?tiKT,HHIO.
FOR SALE.
(24) Twenty-four Lois in Culilwoll's Addition
lo tile I'll)' of Wlici'liug.
Raid Lots are bounded on the north by Twentyninth
street, on the east by Fillmore street, ia
tho south hv the Handlnn Homestead, aud a
the west by thu B. & O. It. It.
Their proximity to the above named rnllra!
renders them excellent sites for tnauufacturi:;
establishments.
If not sold in thirty days will bo sold st pcV
lie auction.
For terms and further Information apply to
w. v. iiooe it into.,
131U Market .Street,
Or William M. IUsnuN, I
auif) 8. W. Cor. Clmpi'no & Sixteenth Su j
Real Estate.
FOR SALE; '
Seven Roomed llouac, 27 South York etrcc,
(iood 6 Roomed Brick House, corner Thirtyeighth
and Wood streets. Will jiay as au lnvo>
meat.
Splendid Farm near Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. Otf*
of the host farms in Jefl'crson couutv. ?
. Seven Itootued House on North 1- rout stfttt: H
lot (*0x10.
Six Kooomcd IIouho on North York street. K
Some of the most desirable building low
the old Fair Grounds.
Building Lot on North Front street. |f
Seven Roomed House on South Ilrondtvay; If
natural gnu, mid everything In good n-julr; lo: |
40x1-4). j2,ooo.
Four Roomed Cottage for $1,000.
C. O. SMITH, lj
apll Real Kstale Agent. l-JQ Main EU W j
FOR SALE.
Six Roomed House in Kim Grove. Mcf. j
No. 2500 Main street./...- -
No. 2502 Main street "
No. 2601 Main street - 1 .
No. 2500 Main street
No. 2508 Main street ?- "
No. 2610 Malu street - ; "
No. in and 1* Tweutyllfth street
No. 2501 Alley B. ? , "
No. 2503 Alley B
No. 2505 Alley '
No. 2807 Alley
NO. 2509 Alloy B
No. hO and 82 Twenty sixth street *
No. M and Ni Twenty-sixth street.....
No. 2t>KJ and Woods street
No. 2031 Malu street - - ;
No. 2042 Main street ? ,'
Acres of Land on Edgingtuti Ut't- ,
frame house of C nnini-: HV. trees ebolre i
nthnr Ntnnll friiltn. Price. S3.500. .. .
Farm of JftlJi acre*,miles from LeUrt, :1 ':MK
county, W. Va., 1 J) acres in Kruss,& r??oin? i
house, burn uti'l smoke house, co^l ??r? li?r m
html is productive; lays well. I'riee f.'.'iU). " fH
exchange for city proj>crty. , I -">1
No. S087 Market itrcct, roomed liouw,
lot of ground. i'rlcc $7u>. ft
I'M Acre Farm I'/, miles south of 3Iound/vi..:??
IV. Va.; 17ft acres cleared.
FOR RENT. U|
IMMEDIATE POS.Sh.-MOX GIVE*. M
Hew C roomed home, Klin Grove ';l'
No. 9IH Market street gff
N'o, aw Eighteenth Mrcct, '1 room* ?' '
S'o. -11 Eighteenth street,rootnsiui'l ' HI
So. 'J112 \\ atcr street, ~ rooms Wg
S'o. in 10 Alley a, 2 rooms r \
So. 2.VJ7 Alley It, 1 rooms ; ! ID
S'o.a*>| Main St.. I rooms,kitchen alidccllur ' JBB
S'o. i5ft08 Main street, newly paired
S'o. 180 Fourteenth street, ft room* 1 ' [W
S'o. 44 Maryland ntreet, ft rooms and attic J m fl
, JAMES A. HENRY, If 1
.leal Estato Agent, U. 8. Pension aii'i < l??,n, | )
torncy. Collector and Notary Ptilili^^^l*!*
Jewelry, Watches, Etc. H
-SILKUMBRELLAS!
S'ctv SIjIps III 20 and 2-S ImcIi
(old and Oxidized Sliver Moonlit:
Also. somo Ilcantlfnl Natural fSUck."*, lint-; ?
Dine, Nobby Goosd, at
LOW PRICES, at
I. C. DILLON & CO.'S,
apt! JCTKI.KIM. B
Photography.
JABIXET PHOTOUKAI'llS
)nly$3 00 Per Dozen
HIGGI.YS' 0.UJ.EKV,
No. 42 Twelfth StrPOt^ ,
I LL KINDS OF "" irnRj: I
V PLAIN AND FANCY JOB WOBfc
atJy nnd promptly oxecuto<] At tlm
Daily lKTitujoit.HcF.it Job erru ,
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