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DUFFY'S| FlMilLA,
Composed Pr'ncl;?ally of Raw Beef a&d
Duffy'u Pur? Malt Whiskey. It will Our?
tho First Stages o.r Consumption; Build up
tho TL?uo; III"roiso 'ho Strongth; Add ^
Vitality and Life; Givo Kood Color to tho ]
Face;FonnnhoalUiy appetite; while as a
tonic and blood makor it has no rival. i
If your druatflst does not keep it, send
ono dollar to tho Duify Jffalt Whiskey Co.,
Rochostor, N. Y., and thsy will send you a I
bottle by express, charges prepaid.
THE DUFFY MALT WHISKEY Oa,
Rochostor, N. Y.
Ceo. M. Snook & Co.
SNOOK & CO.
OFFER GO DOZ. .
5-WJTTON* ItKAI. KID (IM)VKH, two-tone
HtitcliiiiK, New tijiriiiK Shade*, worth fully
$1.76 per pair, only
$1.25.
0<TNew II in** of KID GLOVES o|>ciivtl atli'ie,
Me, "or, 81 U?. ?l 'St an-l SI 50 jut pair.
SNOOK & CO.
Offer u largo tun! elegant line of PERSIAN
SHAWLS at a reduction of 'J."> percent?
nil new and hundsomo styles.
WSI'RING JACKKTS atiil UEADKD CAI'ES
nt rcduec<l prices to clow.
SNOOK & CO.'S
oiinruKMi* hale# of LACE and 1'OKTIKRE CURTAINS
thin nch.<<oii, arc convincing proofs Unit
tlu- public appreciates good qualities ami choice
style* at popular prices.
'iO*Ctir(ain Poles and chains In great variety.
Poles complete from iSic. up.
SNOOK & CO.
Offer 8|>eclal values this week iti
Mark and Colored (?ros. (Jrain Silks,
Surahs, Kliadaines ami Failles,
Priestley's Henriettas and
Nuns' Veilings, and
Dress t.'omls of Kverjr Description.
Geo, i. Snook & Co,
1110 MAIN ST. |
Wedding Presents. J
*UtA Wo have rCCClved since '
January 1 a new stock of
Sliver and |l
dl Brass Goods |
j buitai1i.k fob f
Wedding Presents. :
Jacob W.Grnbb1
Cor. Twelfth & Market Sts.
Mniincrx '
a7l.rice& co.,
Special Sale nt 11 Special Trice of '
10,000 YARDS ;
Beautiful All Silk Ribbons!!
For Household Decoratlous.
MIDDLE COUNTER. .
iljc Sntcllignuet,
Ollleu: No*. X.'i iiimI '^7 Fourteenth Street. 1
New Advortlsuinunt*. ^ i
Wanted?A Live Young Muu. ' ;
A Kent* Wanted.
For Kent?A .Store-Room. I
For Sale or Kent?Hose Hill.
Concert and Kutcrtulnnient?First ItaptUt .
Church.
Your Old Onrpets Cleaned?K. IF. List.
For Sale?One of thoJj'Inest Kesldeneea in the ,
City?Nelll Ai KIlltiKluioi. 1
Keep Cool?II. F. Caldwell.
Fine GliurMvurc?Kwiux Hrcm.? ,
Woman's Union Kenevolent Society.
Odorless Kxcuvntor?K. M. ullleland. !
Odd Fellow.'. Attention?Kirk's Art Store.
Jeuett's Refrigerators? Ncsldti Kro.
."Mireiui ."*uu?v i<? AriiniB.
Ii Vou Wnut to(iot? Hood Curt, ?bc.?II. K.
(illicit .V Co.
i.ot? For Sale?\V. J. W. (,'owilcn.
jtUftliicsji Notice? F. A. DcilmiKKC.
SPKINli ami Summer Slock just received?the
lucres I aii?I must complete
In llie city, consisting of Suitings. Pantaloonings
nmi Overcoatinyrs, which will
lie made up in the latest of styles and at
the lowest reasonable prices. First- ,
class work ami 111 guaranteed* Our
dents* Furnishing Department includes
all I he Newest Novelties of the season.
Just received, 50 dozen more of our
popular While Shirts, re-enforced both
front and back. They are the best 50c.
Shirt made. I<arge line or Fancy Flannel
Shirts from 50c. upwards.
IIKSS X SOXS,
Nos. 1.121 & l&ttl Market Street.
TliuriuoniHtar Itcconl.
Tho thermometer at Schnepfs drug
store, Opera House corner, yesterday,
registered as follows:
7 it. in MI :t p. m .... M
l? n. in <v'?; " i?. in ?w
12 ui .. si I W intlier?ChttUgcHblo.
Weather IiullcatloiiN.
Washington, D.C., May 1.?For West
Virginia ami Western Pennsylvania light
local rains, followed by fair weather;
colder, light to fresh westerly wind, becoming
variable.
To Colonize Ituiulolph County.
A syndicate of Wheeling capitalists
liave just completed the purchase of
from 10,IKK) to 12,000 acres of land in
itaudolph county to be used for the settlement
of emigrants. The tract is timber
land, and contains coal and iron ore.
It is understood the price paid was
$00,000.
ltol(l-McCulloii|tl>.
Mr. I'M. Keid and Miss llessie McCullougli
were married yesterday afternoon
at the residence of the bride's father,
3Ir.Stepheu McCullough, on Fifteenth
street. Kev. Ii. K. Swope officiated, and
a large party of friends witnessed the
ceremony. The presents made an unusually
handsome array. Mr. and Mrs.
Keid left after the ceremony on a wedwing
journey in the Kast.
Tito Circuit Court.
In Part I of the Circuit Court, Judge
Jacob, yesterdav. the case of John Norman
vs. Mrs. Gibson, to recover damages
for her cows having got in his corn (
Held, was tried to a jury on an appeal 1
from a justice, where a verdict for $22 ;
had been rendered. Mrs. Gibson won.
The sureties of Mary Dunfee and Ida J
Phillips, whose recognizances were for
felted, namely, A. iJotte and Thomas
Thoner, were ordered to pay $25 and j
.... ...w.i. iwtml '
In Part il, Judge Boyd, in the case of <
William M. Ilamllau vs. H. JJ. Dovener, 1
thi> defendant alleges that he is not J
guilty its complained of, aiul the cause 1
wan set down for May 2.5. ]
In the case of Michael Gaflucy, ad- J
ministrator, vs. Margaret Farley, the 1
evidcncoand arguments wero heard and {
taken under advisement by the court. ^
? . e
Verdict or the .litiljc"*
of the American exhibition?"Cashmere
Ik)liquet toilet soap unexcelled in quality
and fragrance.'^ ^ J
Choke music at the "Garden" to- t
night. v
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Hatter* of Minor Moment in and About the
City.
Opera House this evening?"The
Beggar StudonL"
A special meeting of Council has been
jailed for this evening.
The street sprinkler made it* apj)earince
yesterday, and naturally it rained
last evening.
Alex Link's mare beat A. Hell's gray
in the race yesterday afternoon on the
Island, nearly a quarter of a mile.
A wagon belonging to the Wheeling
Pottery ran off on the South Side yesterday
afternoon, hut did little damage.
Miss Jennie Smith's meetings yesterday
were earried out according to the
announcements in the morning papers
and were interesting and successful.
Squiue Ahkle yesterday lined Joe
Schell $5 and costs for an assault on
Bessie Bell the night before. Constable
Lauchlin.who made the arrest, witnessed
the assault.
Two men made a bold attempt to rob
car No. 8 on the Citizens' railway Sunday
night on the last trip, but Driver
Kline urove them off. He did not recognize
them.
The Main street brick pavement has
reached Fourteenth street. It will end
at the St. James hotel alley. Contractor
U'lnons will probably begin work on the
Market sireet pavement this week.
Last night wan the second "Clubnight"
of the Wheeling Club, and the
elegant rooms of tliut organization were
comfortably tilled by the members and
their lady friends, who passed the evening
very pleasantly with music ami
cards.
A syndicate consisting of Anton Keyniann,
W. P. Hubbard and W. V. lloge
have purchased from George Parks,
guardian, eighteen and one-half acres of
ground at Pleasant Valley, paving
$10,000, and the land will be divided
into building lots and put 011 the
market
There were fourteen cases in the Police
Court yesterday. Three were continued
till Thursday, two till Wednesday
and one till to-day. Ernest Lane
and George McLaughlin, mentioned
yesterday, were dismissed. Laue's wife
did not appeiuir, and McLaughlin's arrest
was a mistake.
Beatty's glass works at Steubenvi He
Rtarted hist night with its two large furnaces
on. The third and smallest one
was put out last week. The two that
are started up will give employment
to all the old hands that can be gathered
together now. Several have gotten
employment elsewhere.
A ?? . n|,AtnnMn|>? ia n 4liSnrr in I
JlJlrtimn JIIIWWBIBJiHJ .O U I ?.
tvhicli many people of this community
lire interested. So far their achievements
have attracted little attention.
Mr. J. H. Kirk, who opens an art exhibition
to-day, will be glad to receive and
lisplay samples of amateurs' work, and
there ought to be a general resjKjnse.
Lohetha ScititUMPF was yesterday appointed
executrix of the will of 1*redbrick
Schrumpf, deceased, and gave
jond in the sum of $1,000, without
wrety, the will requiring none. Rosalie
U'itner was appointed executrix of the
ivill of Joseph Litner, deceased, and
jave bond in the sum of $2,000, without
mrety.
ABOUT PEOPLE.
jlrunKvrH in the City and Whoelhig People
Abroad*
Mr. O. S. McKinney, of Fairmont, was
lit the McLure House"yesterday.
Seven of the principals of the MacCollin
Opera Company are at the McLure.
Mr. W. II. Ford and wife, of the MacColl
in Opera Company, are registered at
the .Stamm House.
Hon. Thomas I. Stealv, of New Martinsville,
Judge of the Circuit Court,
ivas in the city yesterday.
f!nnf W. .T. Rnhinflon. of the Ohio
River road, came up from Parkersburg
yesterduy and spent n few hours in the
ity.
Charles Trovers, traveling passenger
igent for the Chicago & Northwestern,
,8 in the city looking after business for
liis line.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Norton, of Pittsburgh,
were in the city yesterday looking
after some legal business in which
they are interested.
Mr. John G. Hoffmann, jr., left on the
B. & O.'s eastern express last night for
Buffalo and other points, on business
connected with the tannery.
Mr. Sam B. Harrison, chief clerk at
tlie Me Lure, was out again yesterday,
after having been laid up for three days
with a severe attack of neuralgia.
Mr. George II. Parks, of Chicago, who
Ims been here for several days past disposing
of some real estate east of the
eity, on the National road, returned
home hist Evening over the Baltimore &
Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lcigliton, jr.,
Mrs. Flanders, Mins Mamie Lcigliton
aad Mr. George Lcigliton, left over the
Bnltiniore ?fc Ohio last evening for ChiHigo,
where they will reside! in the
future. Their departure from Wheeling
will be sincerely regretted by a large
number of friends and admirers.
nro L4ihc aiK"i?
About 10 o'clock last night the Atlantic
lire company was nil led to the
corner of Jacob and Nineteenth streets
by a still alarm. A double two and a
half story brick house standing on the
corner, the property of William J. Bodley,
occupied by two or three families,
was on fire in the garret. The lire started
in the eastern half, presumably from
a defective Hue, and had made considerable
headway before it was discovered.
It is reported that an effort was made to
send in an alarm from box 34, at the
Hinge factory, but that it would not
work, and then a still alarm was sent in.
The three full paid men of the engine
company, with what assistance they had
from outsiders, had to work nearly an
hour before the fire was entirely out,
and at one time it looked as though a
^neral alarm would have to be wounded.
Tho damage to the properity is
Hiaall, not over 5>100.
A Flontcr Found.
Shortly after noon yesterday tho dead
body of an unknown man was found at
the mouth of the creek. Coroner
SchulUe examined it. It was the body
of n man apparently 35 years old, 5 feet
S inches tall, and weighing about lt?0
pounds, with brown hair, very heavy,
brown eyes and sandy mustache. There
wiis a depression in the bridge of the
nose and a scar on the end of the nose.
The clothes were dark, and he wore red
twilled under-clothing. The body had
apparently been in the water eight or
ten days. In tho pocket were a note
book, $1.75 ami one of M. Stein's cards
as candidate for Sheriff. It is thought
the body was washed out of the creek.
It was turned over to Mendel it Co.'s
undertaker for burial.
llert'lttion to Dr. Stone.
A reception was tendered Rev. Dr. J.
Sumner Stone and wife in Thomson M.
E. church, on the Island, hwt evening.
riicre was a goodly number present,
many from the Ohio Hide of the river.
Hie church was beautifully decorated 1
for the occasion with flowers from 1
SchreilHjr'B and Smith's green houses,
riiere was music by the choir and the
children of tho Sunday school, and
prayer by Rev. S. E. Jones, Presiding
Elder. Addresses of welcome were i
nade by Rev. Messrs. Grimes and Jones, i
Rev. R. F. Keeler, of Bcllaire. Rev. Dr. I
(ttaisdell, Rev. W. W. King, of Ben wood, i
mil Rev. Dr. Randolph, and both Dr.
jtone and his wife responded feelingly. I
Chen there was general and hearty hanil- i
haking and an Informal social time. i
Dick Fonythc Pardoned. j
A special dispatch received from I
Charleston last evening states that Gov- (
mor Wilson yesterdav granted a pardon <
o Richard A. Forsytne, of this countv, <
rlio was sentenced to imprisonment In i
the penitentiary for eight years in 1884
for grand larceny. For some time past
those interested in Fonsythe's case have
been actively enraged in endeavoring to
secure the pardon. The petition was
signed by Judge George E. Boyd, Prosecuting
Attorney Jordan, Oapt. B. B.
Dovener, Mayor C. W. Seabrfght, Hon.
N. B. Scott, the members of the jury that
convicted him and others. Foraytlie's
health has not been good for some time
past.
JACK WEST EXONERATED.
Thr l'ollce Hoard Itaatore* lilrn anil give)
hlui lit* Pny.
The investigation of the so-called
charges against Officer Jack West, of the
city police force, by the Board of Police
and Fire Commissioners, drew a large
crowd to the municipal court room last
evening. Commissioners Travis and
Wolff and President Miller wsre present.
Attorney John 0. Pendleton appeared
for West, but tho Hoard ruled lawyers I
out. The charge of huving insulted Mr. |
W. A. Isett wiis dismissed, Mr. Isett not
appearing. That of refusal and neglect j
to enforce the ordinance against selling j
liquor on Sunday was then taken up,
and Mr. Noah beck, on whose statement
Commissioner Travis preferred
this charge, was called to the stand and
sworn.
Mr. Keck said he desired to make an
explanation. He did not complain of
Officer West to Mr. Travis. He told him
of some things as facts, hut he never
supposed that on his talk charges would
be preferred. He would be careful
hereafter how he talked to a Commissi
nil IT.
lie continued*that on April 1 or 8, he
forgot just which, he had seen four boys
of 10 or 18go into thesidodoor of Frank
Healy's saloon. Ah he had heard that
Capt. Smith had issued a special order'
that all Haloons must be closed on that
day, he directed Officer West's attention i
to the case. The otlicer smiled and said
nothing. On the 22d he and J. M. I
(Houston, with Mr. A. G. Ilowell, were
passing Healy's over the new pavement
in the alloy, when they saw two men, !
and a moment later four others, come
out of Jieaiy's, and anout tnesame time |
tlireo others wont in. The witness
shortly met West and said, "Healy's
saloon is open again." Mr. Clouston
stopped and talked to the officer. The
same day he saw a number of men,
there must have been a dozen, go into
the back door of Joe Webb's saloon. A
little later another crowd was refused
admittance to Webb's. Near the sawwJ
time another man failed to get in, and
going around to the street entered the
front door?"Simply showing the fact,"
said Mr. Heck, "that the law in reference
to Sunday selling is not enforced
in Wheeling.
Officer West?"IIow long did you stay
in your oflice on the 8th?"
Mr Beck?"Fifteen or twenty minutes."
West?"And in that time I went to
Ilealcy's, and then went on around, and
was back on the same corner when you
came out."
In conclusion, Mr. Beck volunteered
the opinion that West was as efficient an
officer as there was on the force.
J. M. Clouston was next sworn, and
told the same story as Mr. Bock. He
added that he had also named Webb's
saloon as being open when he was talking
to the oflicer. He told of seeing one
man staggering drunk come out of|
Webb's saloon, besides a number of
others. Several also went in. Soon after
Webb's bar-keeper came out into tho
alley and noticed the witness and bis
companion. After that, no more men I
went into the back door, but the witness
saw one go into the front door. "It is a
notorious4fact,"saidhe, "that Webb's sa-|
loon is open 011 Sundays; I have seen it
so on three Sundays. On Main street it
is just ns bud. I do not think Officer
West is any inore to blame than every
other man "on the force. There is apparently
no effort made to enforce the law."
Mr. A. O. Howell corroborated a part
of tho other witnesses' testimony. lie
said he did not hear Officer West refuse
to attend to his duty.
Officer West was next sworn. He recollected
when Mr. Beck came to him
on the 8th, and* asked,"What is going on
at Healy's?" The officer asked, "Are
they going in pretty lively?" and with
the remark to three men standing with
liim that he would look after thecase he
went up street, llo saw nobody going
into Healy's. Tho second time Mr.
Beck and others came to him, he smiled,
and again went to Healy's, but saw no
signs of the place being open.
Officer Carney corroborated West's
testimony, he having been with him on
the 8th." Mr. Thomas Burke, another
of the party, told the same story; likewise
Mr; Daniel Hughes.
Officer West wanted a number of wit
nesses examined as to his efficiency and
gentlemanly bearing, but the Board
thought this was unnecessary.
After a few minutes of consultation,
Cant. Travis arose and moved that
Otlicer West be reinstated and allowed
nay for the ten days he was suspended.
This was,adopted unanimously.
Mr. Travis then paid West a high
compliment, and said that but for the
fact that his informants insisted upon it
he never would have brought the
charges. After the way Mr. Isett had
talked, he was sorry he did not appear
in answer to the summons.
Ollicer West?"So am I; I wish he
was here."
The decision of the Board was received
with hearty applause, and when
it adjourned the people crowded up to
shake hands and congratulate nim,
mauy of these being leading business
men on his beat.
Altogether it was better for West that
the charges were brought.
Art Exhibition.
Mr. J. II. Kirk, the art dealer on Main
street, near Tenth, opens to-day one of
his exhibitions of art work by local
amateurs, which have been so successful
in the past. There will be a large array
of work, much of it strikingly creditable
and attractive, and all worthy of inspection
by lovers of beauty or students
of art. The portrait work is particularly
noticeable.
Grand Concert at the "Garden" tonight.
Hnltlmore & Ohio Chiuige of TIuio.
On and ufter Sunday, April 20, Baltimore
tfe Ohio trains will leave Wheeling
as follows, city time:
# main link kast.
For Graft. Wash., Haiti, .fc Phi la.,daily- 6:25 a.m.
For <iruft.\V:udi., linltl. & Phlla., daily. ft:10p.in.
Cumberland accom., except Sunday..... 9.05a.m.
Moumlnvlllcaccom., except Sunday.... 7:35a.m.
Mouudavillc uecom., cxccptSunday....12:00 ui.
OHIO D1VM10N WKST.
Cambridge accom., cxccpt Sunday 0:00 a.m.
t'olmnbux, Cincin'tl ?fc Chicago, daily.l0:25 a.m.
Chicago limited, dally - 0:50 p.m.
Chicago express, dally .... 8:40 p.m.
Sanduxky & t'hi. mail, exceptSat'rday.U: 15 p.m.
Columbus, Cin'ti it St. Louis, ?laily 11: lr? p.m.
Columbus accom.,daily cxccpt Sunday 2:45 p.m.
St. ClalmiUe accommodation, dally except Sun*
, day at8:U5and 0:00 a. m. and2:00ami 5:10p.m.
viikkmno <t rimnoitan division.
Pittsburgh express, dally 5:00 a.m.
Pittsburgh mall and expat*, daily 8:lpa.m.
1'ittnburxb mail, dally cxccpt Sunday. 1:45 p.m.
Wash. accom., daily cxccpt Sunday.... 5:80 p.m.
Pitts., Wash., Haiti, it Phlla., dally. 6:20 p.m.
Pittsburgh accom., Sunday only. 5:30 p.m.
Another largo lot of Wetzel, Boone,
Jrockett, Carson, placed in our 00 cent
lection. By mail 72 cents.
Stanton & Davenport.
IntareHting to Traveler* South.
Tlio section of the South attracting by
ts wonderful development and prosiHjrty
tlje attentiou of the whole world is
traversed by the Queen & Crescent Route
Cincinnati Southern and Associate
Roads). Express trains, the fastest in
the South, leave Cincinnati daily at 7:55
u rn. and 8. p. m. for Chattanooga. Birninghnm,
Atlanta. Decatur, Gadsden, !
Tuskaloosa, etc. when going South do ;
not fail to procure from your nearest
igent. tickets which read via Cincinnati
tnd tho C^ueen & Crescent Route. In- :
miries promptly responded to by H. I
./ollbran, Gen. Passenger Agent, Cincin- 1
rnti. <
LAST YEAR'S CHA1IP10K8
Downed bjr the Whirling Team?General
Ball New*.
Wheeling's ball team continues to
keep up its winning pace. Yesterday
it met the Kalamazoo team for the first
time this season, and defeated it by a
Hcore bt 9 to 1. Notwithstanding that
it threatened to rain, about 800 people
made their way to Island park and
braved the thick clouds of dust and
dashes of xain that swept over the
grounds during the progress of the
game.
While Kalamazoo holds the Ohio
League pennant of last year, judging
from the work of the men yesterday,
this year's team is not the equal of last
year's by considerable. Wheeling has
on her roster the names of three or four of
the most valuable men Kalamazoo had
last year ami there arc others missing
from tlto visitors' ranks. .Still Kalamazoo
has a good average teaui and is almost certain
to finish the race up with the first
live clubs. In yesterday's game they ran
up against one of the strongest combinations
Wheeling can turn out. Knauss
was in the box and his curves were so
perplexing that a total of live
bases were all the Zuloos were
able to make oir him. The other end of
the combination was Wheeling's batting
ability, which was in good working order
yesterdayt as attested by the three home
funs that' were made by Delchantv, Stapleton
and Stephens. * Aldrich, tf?e visitors'
strong left-hander was in the box
and pitched a good game, but the home
boys were in a hitting mood and they
banned him around with the; utmost
familiarity. The poor work of Riley,
who played short for Kalamazoo, assisted
the home team very materially in
making three or four of its runs.
The one run rnado by Kalamazoo was
done as follows: Kiley, the lirst man at
bat, got his base on five balls, was advanced
to second by Daily's hit and putout
at first, and eaiae home on a twobagger
by Dwyer. Dwver made a wonderful
running catch of a terribly swift
ball from Brodie's bat in the sixth that
was one of the brilliant features of the
game, wneeungs neiuing was snarp
and decisive all around. The heavy
wind that was blowing during u greater
portion of the game and the duet, made
it hard work for the pitchers and difficult
for the fielders to properly gauge high
flies. The two double plays that appear
to Wheeling's credit were as neatly
made as anything ever seen on the
grounds.
The oflleial score, furnished by Mr.
Knglish, is as follows:
WUKKLI.NU. It. U. A K. KAI.A'AZOO It. U. V. A K.
ottenum j, 1 n l Council, I D 1 (I 3 0
Nleliol, in. D n I II 0 O'liricn, 1... 0 o 1 0 o
Delah'ty, 2, :? 3 :t o o O'Ncil, 2 o l 4 :s 1
Stapl'on, 1. 1 :uo 1 OKllcy, n 1 u 1 1 -I
llrodic, 1.... 0 0 1 0 0 Dully, 1 0 1 10 (I 0
Stephens,r. 1 1 o l 0 Ihvycr, ni... 0 1 1 u o
VauZant3. I) 1 1 0 0 Whulcn, a. 0 0 h > u
Yuik, c 1 2 y It 0 .vldrich, p. 0 0 1 II o
Knauhs, p.. 1 o 012 2 Monroe,r... 0 o 1 o l
Total IH1 27 22 .1 Total 1 4 27 1H C
Innings ??l 2 a 4 6 o 7 8 y
Wheeling 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 4? 9
Kalamazoo 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0?1
Earned runs? Kalamazoo, 1; Wheeling, 2.
Home runs?Delahauty, Stapleton, Stephen*.
Two base hit#?Dwyer. Haw# on ball*?otr
Knamw, 2. Struck out?by Knaus*, 12: by Ahlrich,
7. Hit by ball?by Alilrich. 1. Wild Tut elicit
?Aldrich. :t; Knaus*. 1. l'aa*cd bulla?\aik, 1;
Whalcii, 3. Double play#?Yalk, Htaplctou, Van
Zant; Yalk to Delahauty. Time, 1:85. UmpireSullivan,
Note* From the Diamond.
Ferguson, ono'of Philadelphia's best
pitchers, died Sunday night.
The Wheeling und Kalamazoo teams
will play ajjain at the Island nark this
afternoon if the weather will nermit.
Morrison will probable pitch for Wheeling.
The Detroit Free Press consoles itself
over the several defeats the World's
Champs have sulTered by remarking,
"Well, we have one sure enough champion
team in .Michigan?tho Kalnmazoos."
The AVheeling-Kalamazoo game Svas
tlie only Tri-State League game played
! vesterday. All the others wore stopped
by rain. At all the points where games
were to have been played the storm was
60 heavy that the games were not called.
It appears from a base ball brief in the
Man8iield Newt, that Umpire McDermott
takes his position this season behind
the pitcher, presumably in order
to watch second base closer. The News
states that the Lima players were considerably
surprised at first to see McDermott
in this position.
The Columbus and Lima teams' championship
game at Colutnbus Sunday was
one of the best played in that city this
season. Columbus won by a score of 5
to 3, having made four runs in the
seventh and one in the ninth inning:
Lima made her three runs in the third
inning. None of Columbus' runs were
earned and all of Lima's were. Hits?
Columbus, 10; Lima, 0. Errors?Columbus,
3; Lima, 5. Batteries?J. Handiboe
and Smith; Miller and Summers.
Ycitterdny'M League nml Association OnrneH.
At Pittsburgh?Morris was In lino form aud
hold Chicago down to four scattering hit*. Pittsburgh,#:
Chicago, 2.
At Indianapolis?Indlanai>olls, 1; Detroit, 13;
hII earned.
At 1'hlludclphlA?Athletic*.3; llrooklyn,7.
At llulthnore? llaltlniorc, 3; Cleveland, 0.
At Ijouiiiville? Louisville, ft; Cincinnati,
At New York?New York, 3; liostoti, 4.
1'hlladelphln?Philadelphia, 3; Washing
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Thousands of prominent people endorse
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An Klegnnt Substitute
For oils, salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter,
nauseous medicines, is the very
agreeablo liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of
figs. Kecommended by leading physicians.
Manufactured only by tlie California
Fig Syrup Oompany, San Francisco,
Cal. Sold by Logan <Nc Co., Anton
P. Hess, R. B. Burt and 0. Menkemiller.
At Bellaite by M. N. Mercer.
Music ovcrywnere, oui me nnest will
bo at the "Garden," to-night.
RIVEK NEWS.
Stngo of the Water and Movement* of the
lloftt*.
The Louis A. Sherley will leave Cincinnati
for this port this evening. Shippers
can order by telegraph.
The Elaine passed down at noon on !
her return to Parkeraburg from her
usual weekly trip to Pittsburgh.
The C. W. Batchelor for Pittsburgh at
7 a. in. and the Courier for Parkeraburg
at 11 a. in. are this morning's packets.
The Fashion is duo up at an early j
hour this morning in the Cincinnati- i
Pittsburgh trade and the Katie ?tock- (
dale down in the same trade. They
loucn nere aooui o o ciock.
The river continues to fall at this ]
point. The marks last evening indi- 1
cated a depth of 0 feet. A lively business
was done on the leveo in the local
trades, and the arrival of the Andes in ,
the afternoon livened things up.
The Andes got in from Cincinnati at ,
2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She will i
leave on her return trip to that port at 3 't
o'clock this afternoon. She enjoys an ,
enviable popularity all along the river,
made for her by her clever officers,
Capt. Charlie Muhleman and Clerk
Mart Noll. Her accommodations are
best and she is always reliable.
The Andes excursion to the Cincinnati
May Musical Festival is being eager- 1
ly discussed by a number who want to
take it in and who probably will. Every
effort will be made by the officers of the I
boat to make the trio a pleasant one.
The fare for the found trio will be but
$10, and this includes meals and staterooms
all the time the boat is absent.
THE XJSED OFEAIX
For the Crop*?Wheat will not pan oat.
What an Ohio Farmer Say*.
Mr. Geo. P. Clark, of ML Pleasant, 0., a
well known fanner of that region, informs
the Intelligence!! that as the wheat looks
to-day it does not promise moro than a
quarter of a crop. Timely rains, now
very much needed, may bring it up to a
hall crop, but this even is doubtful on
account of the large area of winter
killed fields. Many of these fields have
been plowed un and sown to oats, whilo
other fields will be nut in corn, of both
of which an unusually large breadth will
be planted this spring.
Mr. Clark also says that the grass is
very backward and greatly in need of
min li'pnif nrnaiuu<>u an numrilii
peaches, plums, pears, <&e., are fairly
good, particularly so for apples, but the
early cherries have been mostly killed.
From Mr. Samuel Albright, of Hall's
Mills, Wetzel county, it is learned that
wheat in that region and below (in
Tyler) promises an average crop, and
that fruit looks well. A large cron ol
corn will be put in. There is still :i
good deal of both old corn and wheat in
the hands of farmers. The former it
worth (10 cents and the latter 80 at the
railroad.
Fur Travelled Onion*.
Perhaps the first Egyptian onions ovei
sold in this market were received yes
, ten'ay. They are conical shaped and
| very " iirm and have been perhaps t
month out of their native soil in tin
Valley of the Nile. They are imported
subject to a duty of 15 cents per bushel,
and are wholesaled at $2.50 per bushel,
The now Hurmudaa alongside of then1
were selling at ${.50 per bushel.
Counterfeiting u linking I'owder.
The public is too well informed as tc
the danger from alum baking powders tc
need any caution against using them
It is, nevertheless, u fact that many ol
our moBt prudent and careful housekeepers
are, without knowing it, using
these deleterious articles daily, and from
them preparing for their families food
which, were uiey aware ui iih iiuiuru,
they would not offer to a beggar, leaking
powders made from burnt alum cost
less than four cents a pound. When
these can be worked off in place of the
Royal Baking Powder, and sold for forty
or fifty cents a pound, there are many
manufacturers and dealers sufficiently
unscrupulous to do it.
A favorite method of selling these
poisonous alum baking powders is by
filacing them in an empty Royal Baking
'owder can and weighing them out iu
small quantities when the Royal Baking
Powder is called for by customers. The
grocer, if questioned, claims that he
buys in large packages at a lower rate,
and is thus able to sell below the price
I of the goods in small cans. All bilking
powders sold in this way are entitled to
suspicion. Analyses of many of them
have been made with a view to a prosecution,
and in all cases they have been
I found largely adulterated and generally
made from poisonous burnt alum. Tintis
selling counterfeit goods, and is, ol
course, an offense against the law. We
are glad to know that the Royal Baking
Powder Company have token the matter
I in hand, and are acting in a.way thai
will protect the public from the swindle.
| The surest protection from this fraud
is for the housekeeper to buy the baking
powder of the brand she wishes in the
, original unbroken package, looking carefully
to Bee that the label has not been
tampered with. The Royal Baking
Powder Company announce, what is
I well known, that their goods are packed
for the convenience of consumers in
| cans of various sizes, but are never sold
in bulk, by the barrel or loose by weight
or measure. The cans are securely
scaled with the company's trade mark
label, and the weight of each package
stamped on the cover. Any baking
nowder limner neddled out bv weight
under the name of Royaljthey denounce
as bogus and to be avoided.
Consumers should bear these facts in
mind if they do not wish to have imposed
upon them the poisonous alum
stuff that is being profusely distributed
throughout the country under the name
of baking powder. If, however, they
buy the Royal in cans with unbroken labeis,
they are always sure of using a
baking powder perfectly pure and
wholesome, and of the highest test,
strength and efficiency.
Convention Ilnllrouri llutcH.
The Republican Committee 1ms secured
the following rates to tho Littleton
and Fairmont conventions, May 15 and
10: Ohio River Railroad, one* fare for
the round trip; Baltimore & Ohio Railroad,
same; Clarksburg,Weston & Glenville
Railroad, Buckhunnon to Clarksburg
and return, $2; Weston to Clarksburg
and return, $1 25, tickets good
?UIIIU Ull lllll tuill Ull'l
until May 18. Delegates must make application
to agents at Buckhannon or
Weston to secure these rates. On the
Newport News & Mississippi Valley
road at Charleston, Huntington and
other points, delegates will purchase
regular tickets and procure from the
agent a certificate showing that a regular
ticket has been sold. This certificate
will be endorsed by the Secretary of tho
Convention, and return tickets will be
sold atone cent per mile.
Syrup of Flpi
is nature's own true laxative. It is the
most easily taken, and tho most effective
remedy known to cleanse tho system
when bilious or costive; to dispel headaches.
colds and fevers; to cure habitual
constipation, indigestion, piles, etc.
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrup Company. San Francisco. Cal.
Sold by Logan & Co., Anton I*. lless,
K. B. Burt and C. Menkcmiller. At
Bellaire by M. N. Mercer.
Phof. Vaas's Orchestra at the Garden
to-night.
Mny Fcntivnl Kxcumlon.
The steamer Andes will make an excursion
trin to the Cincinnati Musical
Festival. Leaving Wheeling Tuesday,
May 22,1888, at 3 p. in., arriving at Cincinnati
Thursday, noon, returning Friday
at midnight. This will give excursionists
time to attend three concerts.
Fare for the round trip including board
while in Cincinnati: From Wheeling,
$10; Parkersburg and Marietta, $7;
Kavenswood, $0.
Humlny Kxcuntlonn.
On and after Sunday, May fi, tho Ohio
u: n..si .1 ...:n *it
Jtivcr juuiruuu win ?un viuunnuu wukots
every Sunday until further notice:
Wheeling to Sistersville and return
$1 50, Wheeling to Farkeraburg and return
$2 25. Tickets good one day only,
Itoltlwore X Ohio.
For the accommodation of the people
attending Barnum's circus at Wheeling,
May 7, the Baltimore ?& Ohio will run
ii special train from Wheelingto Glover's
Gap, leaving Wheeling at 0 p. m.,
stopping at all stations.
You will miss it if you do not attend
the "Grand Concert' at the "Garden"
to-night.
T. P. A. Excursion to Farkerubnrg.
The Ohio River Railroad will on May
J and 3 sell excursion tickets, Wheeling
:o Parkereburg and return, at the low
ate of $2 75. Tickets good returning
May 4. The Opera House band has been
iccured to furnish music on the trip and
ft'hile in Parkersburg.
.Everybody and their friends are incited
to the Grand Concert at the Garlen
to-night.
DIED.
CAl'FMAN?At Bridgeport, Ohio, on Monday.
April 30, IMS, At 4:15 r. *., Noju, wife of
('fwrlca II; Kaufman, aged 31 years, 9 monthi
and 27 dajn.
runcral notice hereafter.
' THE B.i 0, CHANGES.
Tho New Schedule ltunnlng With Unusual
Huioothuemi.
Everything Ib moving smoothly on
tho Baltimore & Ohio under the summer
schedule which went into effect
Sunday morning. Thus far all trains
running in and out of Wheeling have
been on time?something unusual alter
such a number of changes have been
made in a schedule as were made by the
Baltimore & Ohio this time. The
through train from Philadelphia and
Baltimore;to Chicago passed through
here at 10:20 in the morning, coming via
Pittsburgh, and tho train from Chicago
to the East, by the same route, passing
through here at 0:20 in the evening, are
novelties which a number of citizens
have called at the depot to see. They
are made up of tho best and newest cars
and have elegant buffet sleeping coaches
attached, aud are usually well filled.
ml... i ..t i ... t .1 -f
j.uuiiuvu ui u uuw (ltjx)L ueru tutu u?
a more practical route from the river
back to the tunnel, is forcibly demonstrated
when these through trains,
' especially the one from Chicago in the
evening, noss through here. The evening
train lias to hack and switch around
' till thobe not acquainted with the situa'
tion scarcel)* know whether they are
L coining or going. Then after tiling are
1 straightened out the heavy train has to
* make a great racket in oruer to up
! the Sixteenth siroet grade. It would
be a splendid thing for the city, the
railroad company and the pubic at large,
if the city and company could arrive at
. some understanding which would enable
the company to carry out its long
t c'uerislicd plan o? building tt new and
. ln'udsoiie station here and establish
| new works and yards. This would in(
vo've an outlay of about $500,000, and a
, northern approach to this end of the
, Bo'.laire bridge would follow these desirable
improvements.
Triumphant Songs, Gospel Hymns
> No. 5, Epworth Hymnal, Gospel Choir,
, by the dozen or single copy, at
Stanton & Davenport's.
"Grand Opera House Orchestra" at
: the "Garden1'to-night.
M O UN I)s VILLK.
lion. II. XV. l'rleo BUmcn HI* Vindication.
nmcr wurHi, cic.
The High school o|k.'Ui to-day.
Mr. George Livingston, of tbo Third ward, in
daugcrlously ill.
J. T. Francis' fltoro room la completed. It preMints
a good'apitcarance.
James Henrietta Intend* putting a vcrauda
around the second story of lifn hotel.
Misses Grace Wake and Anna Gamble and
Messrs. J. W. Gallagher, jr., Douglas Uruco,
John llloyd and C. lc. Oldham wore up to the
, opera Saturday.
There seems to bo a general desire hero to have
the motor line cxtcudcd from Wheeling to
! Moundsvllle, and there Is talk of u petition being
p risen te<l to tbo comjiany asking for the cxteni
sion.
Mr. T. K. Crldor, representing the Gordon &
1 Maxwell Company, steam pumping maebluory,
1 was hero last week giving tbo Council an estl>
mate as to tbo probable cost of water works. Mr.
' Crldor places tue estimate at about 320.000. The
plan pro]>osed is to sink a largo basin at Wolf
' spring, at tbo northern limits of tbo town, near
. the Camp Ground, and to build up au iron tank
about thirty feet high, which, ho says, will give
sutllclent pressure. Tbo question will bo submitted
to tbo people. At tbo next meeting of
t Council it will be further considered, and it is
pro|K>Fcd to scud a committee to Newark, Ohio,
to Investigate the plant there, It being the same
i a* tbo ono expccted to be adopted bore.
; The Democratic primaries were bold at the
Court House Saturday night to elect delegates to
the Wheeling convention. Everything was ap'
parcntly pleasant enough, and the meeting was.
i seemingly harmonious until a move was made,
which, in olfect was "a settin'-dowu" on lion.
, It. W. Price. It was understood that Mr. Price
> desired to ho a delegate to tho meeting, and
i that tfhould bo be elected us a delegate It wonld
. bo in a measure a vindication of his course at
Charleston, in opposing Mr. Camden, liut th|?
Democracy did not see it in that way, and a
; motion was made to sclcct tho delegates from
i among the younger men of tho jmrty. It was a
ueat little sehciuo to lot the General down easy,
a* a prominent Democrat said; but bo saw the
, object of the suggestion, and made au earnest
ap|>cal iu behalf of those who had grown gray
In tho service of their party. It was hard and
' unkiuu tosnut mm out jiim alter tno nrst victory
ft?r years. It really won a bitter requital;
but tbere was tho desired vindication, and to
have sent Mr. Price us a delegate would have
1 been vindication. Ho tho young man idea wax
; put forward for the express purpose of grace,
lully putting him aside.
1SKLLAIHK.
All Sort* of Locnl News nnd Gossip From
the Gln*? City.
Major Loring was over yesterday on business.
ltodefcr.Bros.'s glass works will start up tomorrow.
The .Ktna GIunn Company will resume in a
short time.
The Mosk Hoso Club will cxcurt down tho
river this month.
MIm Julia Knuler, of 8t. Clalrsville, In the
guest of Mrs. Dr. Close.
Jacob Hufer died at his homo on Hose Hill
yesterday, aged 78 years.
James Kbcrliue and P. Hruncr are off fishing
down on the Big Kanawha river.
Mr. I<eiber, of the J. L. Thompson drug house,
Baltimore, was hero over Sunday.
The 1.0. 0. F., of Kenwood, were over to hear
a sermon by Itev. It. F. Keller on Sunday.
Market will l.? held here on the street Tuesday,
Thui*dn> ..ud Saturday of each week.
Miss Kuima Martin, formerly a school tcacher
here, died at her home In Marietta last week.
C. M. Hogg, of Cadif, was in the city yesterday
buying sheep pelts from the local buyers here.
The Auditor of the Itellaire, Zancsvillc & Cincinnati
railway was here on business yesterday.
Nine or ten men are busy unloading stuff for
the new fruit iar works (the old Uoblet Coin
I>nny) mine i-irsi warn.
Tlio Hebrews hero were sending congrntulaton'
telegrams Sunday and yesterday to K. Ulum
unci wife in I'hiladelphiu.
The Gibson Hros., of Powhatan, rumo tip yesten
In y to paint and frescoc William lJergundtlml's
house in the Fourth ward.
Additional Mnrkets.
Philadelphia, l'A.) April 30.?Flour Ann;
western nuil 1'cutisylvatuu ?2 60n3 15; Ohio, Indiauu
and Southern IllinoiH S4 15a450. Wheat
Ann; No. 2 ml April U'siW^e; May uVialti^c;
June U5ka'J6c; July U3>$aiMc. Corn, strong;
nothing UtiiiiK In future*; No. 2 yellow67c; uugraded
yellow 40c. Oats, spot lower; ungraded
white 13c; No. a while 42V". No. 2 whltu43Kc:
future* dull: No. 2 white April-t:iu4H^c: May and
June 4l!{nll%c: July 41?j^i42c, Provisions tlrm:
beef, city family per barrel 8s50a'j00. l'ork,
mess 81i>on; do prime men* new $1450; do family
51 ft 50al7 oo. IlaniK, smoked llkal3c. lard
steady; rullncd s.50ny.00c: steam 8.11){nJU6c;
butchers' loose 7.75afl.00o. Iiutter firm; creamery
extra2tic. Kkk* "toady ami fair demand; western
firsts 13o. Choese quiet and barely steady; Ohio
Hats choice llj^c; do fair to prime lli^all^e.
Ciucaoo, April 30.?Cattle ? Receipt* 12.000
head; shipments 3,000head; market slow and
5alUc lower; steer* |3ti0a5 00; mocker* aud feeders
|2 35a3 70; raws, bulls and mixed U 75o3G0;
Texas steers 13 75a4 06. Hoes? Kweijita 20,000
head; shipment* .*>,000 heaui market steady;
mixed |5 ??.*?50; heavy 35o5 00; light 15 2a*
6 50; skips S3 'JOttf hi Sheep? Receipts 2.000
head: shlpmeuW 1.000 head; market steady;
woolcd $3 OOiiO 75; shorn Si OOa"? 05; western $1 M
ilh oo; Texan* $3 75a5 60; lamba$5 23afl 73.
East Libkrty, Pa., April ua-Cattle-KecelpU
UV? hend; shipments UI head; market very slow
and 5alQc otV from last week's closing prices.
Hogs?Receipt* 4.700 head: shipments 3,h00 head:
market slow; rhiladclphlaa 15 70a5 75; mixed
9565; Yorkers $5 .'?0a5 00; common to fair 95 35a
5 45; pigs 15 00o525. Sheep-Receipt* 4,200 head;
Nhltimcnt* 3.000 head: murki't vi-rv iltill
gnuics 10 to 15c olf; fulr to rae<Hum*'i?coi/; cowuion
50c otr from lu*t week's clotting prices.
New York, April 30. ? Petroleum craned
strong at 8WSc, but fell otr slightly lu tho curly
trading. It soon rallied, howevw, and advanced
to s>V. when realizing cnu*cd a slight recession.
Another roily and reuetlon then followed, the '
market closing firm at Consolidated Ex- '
change opened at NVJ^c; highest 87J^c; lowest '
&1%c: cloncd ut WVJio. Stock Kxchaugu opened
at n?; highest luwoat 8%c; closed at .
87c; totiil sales 1,090,000 barrels.
Haltimorb, Mdv April 3a - Wheat, western
quiet and easier; No. 2 winter red Bpot'JO'iayo^c- '
Juno Ol'^a'Jl^c; July wj^awjic: August 87&a
Wl/ic. Coru, western steady; mixed spot <
file: May GuSafifHic; June COaCOKc; July (f)Vk
GOjic. Oats quiet; western white 43a44c; do mixed
4Uftl^c. Kyetlrm. Uutter llrm; western i?eked 1
2laJ:ic; creamery 25u^7e. Eggs dull and easy ut (
12al2JiC.
Nrw York, April 30.?There waa an improved
order Inquiry lu the dry goods market for small
to moderate assortments of cotton goods with a
better general feeling prevailing and a stronger
undertone. Agent* have made the price of
American Indigo blue priuts 6>?c.
Bradford. Pa., April 30.?Opened at MXc:
closed at 87c: highest 87)ac; lowest,
clearances 1.1W,000 barrels.
=pAMgSJJ"'
GREAf REMEDY :
FOR PAIN.
CURES
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Hclatiea, Lumbago,
llarkache, Toothache, Sore -i
Throat, Swellings, Sprelus, Bruises,
Burns, Scalds, Frost-bites. ^
oMfcr OrantiU sod DwUrs Erirrvbrn. FlhyCwU t<
The Charles A* Vogaler Co., Balto., M4. U
Barnum's CI
BARNUM&
15 New United
Will Exhit
whee:
At the Old Fair Ground,
Monday,
P. T. BAR
GREAT NEW EASTERN
Real Wild Moorish Caravan
Introduced for the flint time lu America, costing 8
Moorish life ON THE UKSEU
Together with the myriad new features in the
Grandest Show on Earth,
Great London Circ
3 Kings, 3 Circusscs, 2 Menagerie*, Aquarium,
Stage, llorho Fair, A
Monster World's
Charming Algerian 1)
Genuine Arabian Horses, Arms, Weapons. Tents of An
liarbaric Mum
Papanese Troupe of Experts inaBcrie:
Talking and Acting Arctic Seals, 1'lav
20 Animal Clowns. 7 Open Dounot Tral
lArf. rAUL I5UITUH, IDC
J Troupe* of l*urc, Crc
Arabian Trick Stallions. Herd
20 FANTOMIC CLOWNS in funny capers. | 12
A truly Wondrous mid Miigniticcut Show. 3f
A DOZEN ACTS going ut ouco. I 1,(
New Costumes, New Ca
Everything to Pleaso, amui
TWO PERFORMANCES DA]
DOORS OPEN AN HOU
All Tents Remain Until 9 at Night.
Tremendous New S
.with all novel and rich feature*, dally,
To accommodate visitors, reserved seats will bo sole
at a slight advance, at the Music Store of F. \V. liauincr
CHEAP EXCURSIONS
ap'2^2.vus-my 1 1 > ? w
C. Mendel & Co.?Furnltt
Ie Want the Wor
We arc hero with a select stock and
WE WILL MEE1
That can be made, having regard to the
WE WANT T
To know that our Great Spri
AND OPEN TC
We do not attempt an enumeration of our ko<
statement that wo
Largest Stock, Lowest Pric
TO ME FOUND IN V
J6?*Givo us tlio opportunity to make our
our VAUNTED GOODS at
f\ IV/f E? M 1~M71
u. jL/u-i
Carpets, Furniture ai
NO. 1124 MAIN STREET, JSTAllTERIAL
EMItAEMJNG
aii'^s
For Sale.
JPOR SAL^OOOT
Fifty Thousand Dollar* of (5) flvo per cent oonii
thirty year bonds of the town of C'larksbarK, COC
West Virxlnlu. in amounts to suit purchasers. rrr:
For descriptive pamphlet ami further iuforma- WI
tlon address K. T. LOWN I>K8, "n
T.W.JACKSON, B?xl
JOHN B. IIART, nnd i
Water Work* ComtnisMonertt. ,ttU"
np27 ct.AKKwurnn. W. Va. ?l':
UOli SALE
Balai
A Light and Profitable Basinets. S
New
ENQUIRE AT ==
apl2 14-14 MARKET STREET.
pOR SALE LOW. J?
Farm of 257 Acre* within two miles of first- J'JHJ).
-1 hah stutlon on It. & O. iCitilrotul, 100 acre* under Ki .
cultivation, and the residue hi uuculled timber,
5ak, poplar and walnut. h
W. V. IIOOE A BRO., ^-nr
fe22 l.'MJO Market Street. JJj',
JPOR SALE.
A two-story Frame IIouso and half aero lot. XTV
>ne mile weft of Bridgeport, Ohio, on National f*
Koad. Houso contains seven rooms and summer
citchen, a Kood staide and all uecessary out- Oni
wildings; plenty of choice fruit on psemises; Ow
:heap aud on easy terms. ?ju u.
Also, a good two-story Brick Dwelling House
>n Houth Huron street. Wheel imr Ixlnml. ***
Also, several line farms for wile.
H. T. HOWELL, ap2
Iniuranco and Ileal Estate Agent, TT"
fc!3 ItKIlKiKKlRT, OHIO. T^(
FOR SALE.
Bri.
bath24)
Twenty-four Lots In Caldwell's Addl* Jjg
tlon to the City ot Wheeling. inmii
Said Lot* arc bounded on the north by Twentyilntli
street, on the east by Fillmore street, on M ^
he south by the Ifaudlun Homestead, anil on *he
west by the B. ?fc O. H. R. Tho
Their proximity to the above named mil road in?fn.
coder* them excellent sites for manufacturing "'**7
stabllshments. Hheib,
If not sold in thirty days will bo sold at pubIc
auction. ,
For terms and further Information apply to , 1
W. V. HOOK A BRO., -J*L.
1J00 Market street, t^U
Or Wiluam M. Hamdi.an, |l u
juilS H. W. Cor. r'hrtpUne & Sixteenth 8ta._ *"
V/fOUE MKN NV.ANTKD?TO SELL deenj
JUL our Fruit and Ornamental Btock. We nmv.?
Ivo k?hh! wain* and steady work. Write for
srms to K. It. KiciiAMDMON ?lc Co., Nuracrymen, gantini
euuva, N. Y. apiiMW Ja2
reus.
LONDON
; Shows, is
lit at
LING,
on the Island,
Mav 7
1" I ,
NUM'S
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uiiiuiviniiiiuwu.
and Arabian Fantasia,
I'HmuV'CAMl?'1"1'' |wlra>"? >
us, ami
Paris-Olympia llipitodronie.
Artificial Lake of Real Water. Elevated
vlary, ami
Exposition!
aiK'lug UirLs,
lmal Skin*,
leal luatrumcntH, 1'riei.Ui, Slavw, At
k of wonderful pcrforiuanm..
Injr mimical Inmruiueut*, tlritiu cnim, Ac.
I1LM Wild lieUKtN.
i Daring Aquanaut.
am-Colored
of Dancing Elephants.
5 AMAZING DISPLAYS.
30 HOUSES IN THK FAIR.
300 NEW and NOVEL FEATUIUB.
iges, New Chariots,
and instruct.
[LY, at 2 and 8 1\ M.
H EARLIER.
treet Parade
at 9 a. m. on day of aliow.
1 at the regular price, aud adralwiou tlcko
- d: Co., No. 1310 Market Htrvct.
ON ALL ROADS.
J re, Carpets, Etc.
Id to Know It,
in order to sell our goods
r ANY PRICE
i relative quality of the goods.
HE EARTH
ng Stock is in store
*
) BUYERS.
ods, but content ourselves with the
have the
es and Latest Styles
I'llEKMKU.
VAUNTING GOOD Iiy overlooking
- & CO.'S
id Undertaking.
- WHEELING, W.VA
A si'KCiAi/rv.-toa
Wanted.
rANTEIJ-ATilTil, TO DO (10KUAI.
Houitowork. Mmt come
DlOMfieil. Knuuiru nt 8AMUKI. ttool'
K'S, Hrl(lKL'lK)rt, Ohio. "I'1*, j
tfTPn MEN to Mil our Good* In Ob/ j
HI 111/ andcdjolnltiK conation. \MH I4'
wilary ami nil cxihmik'k. Write for Wtc
Ktiito wtlnry wtuiteii. 8IX)AN ?i CO., Mtf - Kj
If,IIHfl. (ihlo. H
sag?"
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN- Aj
once. No capital nor experience result*',
ry and cxpenitefl jmlil to any man <>fso>actor
and energy. Apply Immediately
HI.lis II. CHASK, Nun>vryman, lUx'liwff
Y"rt
For Rent.
OK KENT ?THK DWELIJS1'
House, No. VJH Main atrcct, at priMiit ixvfr
by Mm. llenry Horkbuimer. I'o.'m-mW
3 April 1. Apply to K. ( 1>.\ IJ.El.l.. .It:
OK RENT?THE DKSIKAIIIJi
new dwelling hotue. lllfl Chnpline
i'N.'nt occupied by John IJ. McLaln: nnturmi .
hot and cofd water throughout; nil mi-ltra .
t'liiciicvfi Kuqulro of \\ J1 BACHM-O,
Jit KENT.
e Six-room*] Houm on the Inland, 11000.
0 Five*roomed Houio on Twentieth ?treet*
lying Room* lu Bally'w Block.
H FORBES.
1 111.' Clmpllnc
)ll REST. .
A Pleaxant Summer Residence.
:k Houm, nine room-, flnhbed attic and
room; ga*. both kind*. Splendid view j
it the entire city. Fine lawn, both 'f"nl
nr? nti thi> rlvi>r bank oiitMtfitC fcteaDboat
i. m?iy-.
IK KENT.
Store-room, No. S3 Twelfth Mrccl. In
i Hall Building, now occuplnl 1'? Wnl- " J
I'oaMMfilon given April 1.1 WW.
J. V. L. KODOKHf,
JccrcUry Washington 11*11 A?rxi?tlon,
' IJWMMIH .-trw*.
K KENT.
cw Three-* lory Btulnefl IIouic, W
w bo crectcd at 10C7 Main itrcet. U
io renter's view* could bo coniullw
K J>lau of building to l?e eroctod.
JAM1M L. HAWLEl.

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