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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, June 06, 1888, Image 4

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Baking Powdor.
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FOOTER
Absolutely Pure.
Thl* powder never vnrlen. A mnrvol of purity,
Rtruiib'tli uii'l wholcMiiiK'nesn. More ci-ouotnicnt
t'mii tho ordinary kirn!*, ami cannot l?e?>oldin
competition with the multitude of low teat, itliort
wuIkIjIuIiiiu or phoNpiwtC powder*. Sold 011k
Iiicuiin.. Kovai. Ha kino Powpku Co.. i(*i Willi
ulreet. New York. m^HWMir
C.an. M. Snook & Co.
GEO I SNOOK
& CO.'S
-Great SaleEmbroideries!
Wo /mvtf phwcd on sale thin <Uty terotaI large
linos of Embroideries which?having been purchiisfd
much holow julue?we arc cnubled to
ell at
ONE-HALF PRICE!
Cholcoilwk'n* In CREA M.CARDINAL, LIGHT
HU H. NAVY. BROWS, GRKY, PINK, UKLlOTROI'K
and WHITE.
Positively the Heat IJargultiK in Embroideries
ever offered in the city.
l_ULl:bL oiyies in rcircisuia
andSun Umbrellas at Low
Prices.
Geo, I. Snook & Co.
.Agent* for tho celebrated HAKl'KU JJAZAK
1'ATTKUNS. Jif.
Millinery.
A. L. RICE & CO.
This week we have iimdo very extenshe
purchases in our Millinery Departincut,
and tho exhibition of choice
French Flower# anil Ladles' and Misses'
Straw Hats and Hounds is enormous.
Such Flowers were never before shown,
"perfect to nature." Mountain and Seaside
Hats, Dress Shapes. New and correct
styles. All selected tills week.
my J?
d t tt*
tljc MciUflenccr.
Ulllt:!*: Kon. '4ii uiid '*1 PourtMMith Street.
New Advertlnenionta.
I'atont IceCrcam Dishorn? Nesbitt ?fc Urn.
Dissolution of Partnership?H. FUber M Son.
tuiiiiu Hliot-h?a. ??. Windier?Fourth pose.
Wliolcwilu Stoneware?Conner Jh Sncdoiter.
Notice?Win. 1. one.
Public Sale of Valuable Suburban Property.
Upright Piano For Sale?P. W. Uhumor & Co.
Pine Ulaubwitru?Kwlng ltros.
Spring Trade?Jon. Uraven ?.V Son.
?" Geo. lllbbanl ?fc Son?Practical Plumber?, Gas
und Steam Fitter*.
Geo. M. Snook A *70.?Great Sale of Embroider
ie??Head u( Local.
>Yi; have the nitly successful maeliiitc
mid method <>r demagnetizing watches
in West Virginia.
JACOB tt. OKUHB, Jeweler,
Cor, Twelfth A: Main Sis.
SPUING and .Summer Stock Just received?the
largest ami must complete
In the city, consisting of Suitings, l'uiitaloonings
ami Overcoatings, which will
be laaue up In the latest or styles and at
the lowest reasonable prices. Firstclass
work and lit guaranteed. Our
ticuts' Furnishing Department includes
all the Newest Novelties or the season.
Just received, 50 dozen more of our
popular White Shirts, re-enloreed both
l'rout and hack. They arc the best oOc.
Shirt made. Large line of Fancy Flannel
Shirts from 60c. upwards.
C. HKSS k SONS,
508.1321 k !&!? .Market Street.
Weather IndicntloiiN.
Washington, 1). C., June 0.?For
West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania
and Ohio, fresh to brisk southwesterly
winds; warmer, followed by cooler,
fair weather, except local rains in Ohio
and Western Pennsylvania.
LOCAL itRBVUm
M nlU-rn of Minor Moment In niul About the
City.
Summer had another inning yesterday.
Two deeds of trust were admitted to
retord in Clerk Hook's otlice yesterday.
Tiik lien woo* 1 Nail Company made
another large shipment of steel slabs
yesterday.
Immense quantities of railroad ties are
being unloaded from barges every day at
the Pew iky incline, North Wheeling.
Tiik iron and steel workers' picnic at
Rock Point Saturday will have a good
many visitors irom this city and
vicinity.
Dumku tlie month of May the poliee
force made 11- arrests. The lines and
costs assessed in police eourt and which
were collected aggregated $<H7 10.
A lakuk lot of now steel rails are lying
up at Short Creek station, which are to
be laid, commencing next week, on the
Pewikv division from here through to
the junction.
Tiik picnic of the St. Mathews Sunday
School at Cresap's grove on tho 14tli I
iust. will bo a delightful trip. The excursionists
will go down and return on
the steamer Courier.
A uooi) rout wan fourd in a cow stable
in the Kightli ward yesterday morninir.
How it got there is a mystery. It was
Jirobably stolen. The owner can get it
rom vSijuiro J. \V\ Scliultzo.
Sai.uk A. McCollocii yesterday qualific?l
before Clerk Hook as executrix of
tho will of .Samuel W. McColloch, deceased,
giving bond in the sum of $1,000.
No security was required by the terms
of tho will.
Missus. J. D. Rii'Lbv and C. 8. Warren,
of New York, and C. A. Wilson, of
Toledo, are ftt the McLure house. They
nre connected with tho Wheeling & Lake
Erie Railway, and are winding up their
work at this end of the line.
Thk property just below Ben wood ;
known as the John H. Morrow farm will
bo offered at public sale at the front '
.door of tho court house hero at 10
o'clock a. m. to-ruorrow. A .description
giving desirable featured" appear* in
tliu advertising euluinns this morning.
Tin: president* of the several school
?lintri<H in thin county met yesterday
and Appointed as a board of examiners,
J. F. foreman. J. E. Gardner and liebecca
Wilson. Mr. W. H. Waddle presided
? ver the meeting. Mr. Foreman is
made ] resident of the examining board
Tub English Lutheran Sundav school
had it* annual picnic out at uie Park
vcMti'play, going and returning on th(
Kim <irove cars. This school is famoui
for itf ? njoyahle picnics and excursions
UHU u?o nunuuc?tv]iviMvi> iirc uvwuu
once ?M large and the day wna one o
unalloyed pleasure for all.
In the police court yesterday Willian
Boyd, colored, run in by Officer Bell
was fined $1 and costs, which he paid
John Wilkorn, arrested by Officer Smut
for drunkenness und( abuse, was lined $
and cogta and committed in defuult. M
Benkaacr. picked up by Officer Killed
on tb<5 South Side, puid $1 and costf
John 'Sterns, arrested by Officer Het
lop, paid u line of $1 and costs for apluii
drunk.
Tin: Central Democratic Club hn
elected the following officers: President
(ioorpJ G. Jlaniuin; Treasurer, T. M
Darrali; Secretary. Alex. Updegralf
Executive Council, Washington dit
trict, A. Caldwell; Ma.iison, Jolt:
S. Nay lor; Clay, F. P. Jepson
Union, M. Kmsheimer; Center, J. W
Waite; Webster, Joseph McMahan
Ititchie. W. C. Handlan; Triadelphit
W. M. Hutchinson; Liberty, Charles A
Kyle; iticbland, A. D. Garden.
SUNDAY'S TUAOEDY.
Walter* still Alive, but Sinking?Thn Ileal
in>; Postponed.
Gertie Williams and Bertha Hamilto
are still in tlie Bridgeport lockup awail
ing their preliminary hearing before Jut
tice Howell to-morrow morning. Th
girls were seen by an Intklmobnckr r<
porter, and talked lightly over the nial
ter, saying that what they knew the
would keep in their heads until th
time came to talk. When someone mer
tioncd the hereafter, Gertie said: "We*
go on ahead and have it hot for you."
Gertie's powder box seeing to be a
heir loom, as she keeps asking for i
and wanting some ono to go and get i
Their escorts, Arbatigli ana Sotidere, ar
in jail in Martin's Ferry awaiting a pn
liminarv hearing to-morrow afternooi
The girl's victim is slowly but sure!
dyin^. Physicians attended him lat
evening and said'he must die, and prol
ablv would not live till this morning.
The general public was somewhat sui
prised yesterday to learn of the chara<
teroftlie resort kept by Jcre Clement
Msnci'ially is this true'ol the people (
Belmont,county, who feel that the plug
is a blot on Belmont's fair record.
At midnight the injured man was n
ported unconscious and sinking rapidly
Awfmmji.
Strungors In tlie City and Wheeling 1'vopl
Abroad.
T. P. Reay, of Morgantown, is at th
Stamm.
Miss Jennie Patterson, of New York
is visiting Wheeling friends.
Mr. Otto Schmidt, of Pittsburgh, wu
in the city again yesterday.
Mrs. George Iveeline, of Council Blutii
Iowa, is "visiting Mrs. A. Mabes, o:
Twentieth street.
Mrs. Spencer Smith and son, of Coun
cil Bltifls, Iowa, are visiting Mrs. G. W
Eekhart, jr., on North i'ront streel
Island.
C'apt. Snider, Superintendent of th
United States Express Compuny, witl
headquarters at Newark, 0., was in th'
city yesterday.
Mrs. A. lttce ana aaugnier uiu, an*
Miss Kloise Klotz, of Wheeling, ar
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Klotz to-day .liellnirc
Jiulqh'ndent.
Hon, .Basil T. Bowers, of New Mai
tin.sville, and Misses Nettie and Kacliat
Bowers, were in the eity yesterday, rej
istered at the Stamm.
Mr. Jiiu Gillin, the treasurer of th
Grand Opera House, left yesterday on
visit to relatives in Kulamazoo, Mich
accompanied by his sister, MissSusi
Gillin.
Mr. Alex. McKennen and Miss Lizzi
Caldenbaugh, two iKjpular young peopl
of the South Side, are to be married 11
the residence of the bride's mother tc
morrow evening.
Judge A. C. Snyder, of the Snprcm
Court of Appeals, and Mr. 0. S. Lonji
the clerk, arrived in the city lust eveii
iug, preparatory to the opening of th
court here this afternoon.
E. A. Sweeney and J. S. Pierpoint, c
Tyler county; B. II. Oxley and W. 1
Thompson, of Charleston, and A. S. Cai
der and wife, of Huntington,are anion,
I... i |.? Mmmi. Inci
evening.
A letter received from Col. AW I
Adams, who Iiuh been flick at Wheelin
for Homo time piist, states that he is rt
covering rapidly and hopes to be at hi
post of duty at the Auditor's ollice tc
morrow or the day after.?(JharleMo
Star.
Mr. HulKhen Quarrior, o{ this citj
and Miss Annie Hogg, of Cadiz, will b
married at high noon to-day at the horn
of Miss Hogg by the Iicv. Dr. It. Kusl
Swope, of this city. It will be a ver
quiet a Hair. Several of Mr. Quarrier
relatives went out to Cadiz last evenin
to attend the wedding.
Cards have been received in this cit;
for the marriage of Miss Alice, daughte
of Mr. and Mrs. George McDonald, c
Columbus, to Mr. Bernard W. l'ayin
formerly of this city, now of Philade!
phia, but who continues his acquaint
nneo here by frequent business trip!
The wedding will take place in Colun
bus at Trinity church at 8:30 p. in
Juno U0.
Tli? Catholic Fair Kjifllcm.
The contests and rallies not decide*
(luring the progress last week of the fai
of the Knights of St. George and tin
orphans, will be decided by the commit
tee of judges at o'clock on Frida;
afternoon, at which hour thuy will mee
at St. George's Hall, in the lieilly block
for that purpose. Any person in teres ten
and desiring to be present is invited ti
do so.
William Falck has leased the res
taurant from McLaughlin & McGinley
corner Twelfth and Water streets, am
will serve his customers with first clasj
meals at all hours. Call at Mr. Falck'i
restaurant and be convinced that yoi
cau get the best meal served in the city
I Business men's soup lunch?some
thing fine?10c. At Booth's every day
Drink Mai to at soda fountain.
Too Many Lace Curtain*.
In order to reduce stock note the following
low prices:
$7 00 Curtains reduced to $5 00.
$0 00 Curtains reduced to $4 25.
$.5 00 Curtains reduced to $3 50.
$4 50 Curtains reduced to $2 55.
?2 .">o Curtains reduced to $1 50.
?1 25 Curtains reduced to 80.
Call soon, as they won't lost long at
these prices. Stonb & Thomas.
Drink Malto.
Savk the children. They are especially
liable to sudden colds, coughs, croup,
whooping cough, etc. We guarantee
Ackers English Kemedya positive cure.
It saves hours of anxious watching. Sold
by Logan & Co., C. It. Goetxe, Charles
Mcnkciuiller, K. B. Bart and Bowie Bros.
tjundu/ Kxcurnjoii*.
On and after Sumlay, May 0, the Ohio
River Railroad will sell excursion tickfix
every Sunday nntil further notice:
Wheeling to Sistersville and returp
?1 50, Wheeling to Parkersburg and return
$2 25. Tickets good ono day only.
" BAKER'S SECOND TRIAL.
i
A Motion for a Continuance
Made by the Defense.
| A DAY WASTED IN MOTIONS.
. The Prisoner'*) .Son and Daughter In
B (lie Court Ho?mii Willi Hlin?L*ii?
1 certainly uh lo Whether the
f CiiNc Will Proceed Now.
1 A htart Mas made, and that was all, at
Wellsburg yesterday in the trial of Van
a Buren Baker for the murder of his wife's
5 mother, Mrs. Drusilla McWba, at their
J home at Holliday'sCove, Hancoc!: county,
on May 1), 1887. Though Mrs. Baker
i- was killed at the same time, ami, as alI
leged, by Baker also, the case now on trial
and which was tried at New Cumberland
t before, involves only the killing of the
L old lady. The murder of Mrs. Baker
forms n separate charge, for which Baker
* was separately indicted; but that case
. will scarcely reach a trial, for the reason
'. that a conviction on the one charge
; would have all the effect of a conviction
on both, and if the accused is acquitted
of the one charge the same evidence
would scarcely convict him of the other.
This is his second trial. On the former
one ut New Cumberland he was conr*
vieted, but Judge Boyd, before whom
the trial took place, gave him a new trial
n on account of misconduct on the part of
L- the jurors. In addition to this a change
j. of venue was granted to Brooke county,
where the case was called yesterday be0
fore Judge Jacob.
!- The court house is not a roomy struct
ture and the crowd attracted by curiosv
ity, with the sixty men summoned as
* jurors, quickly tilled it to overflowing.
0 .Since the hist trial of the case, Prose[J
cuting Attorney Hervoy, of Brooke, luis
II been added to the array of ab!" counsel
on the side of the State, mainly, no
n doubt, because of his experienced judg[
inent regarding jurors and the like,
though it is said he is an able lawyer
Xi and an addition to any galaxy of talent.
Yesterday he and young Mr. Brown, of
' the counsel for the prosecution, found
y themselves alone. McSweeney, ol
't U'finiiltip Oliin Ilnlcliinivin itf I'nrtiTK.
burg, Marshall, of Hancock County, and
even Prosecutor HnIT, of that county,
[" fuilcd to put in an appearance for some
reason, much to the embarrassment of
*: the two young men of the defense, Col.
Moore, of Pittsburgh, Mr. Donehoo, of
u Fairview, Jiraddock of Wellsburg, and
Arnett, of Wheeling, were all present,
;* and Mr. Cooke, of SteubenviHe, arrived
' In the forenoou. At the request of the
prosecution the opening of the case
was postponed till 1:.'U) p. m. to wait for
? reinforcements, and the missing lawyers
showed up at that time, except Mr.
0 Hutchinson, who arrived a little later.
Baker was his own nonchalant self.
He slapped acquaintances on the back
'? and chatted with his lawyers as if he
were only u spectator.
is Col. Moore was very anxious that the
record should he complete and right.
The case will of course go to the Supreme
H Court of Appeals, and no resort will be
neglected by the defense. One thing is
ver v noticeable. There is a striking
* lack of the heated denunciation of the
t* prisoner which was so freely heard at
' >'ew Cumberland in the progress of the
former trial.
u Col. Moore at one time demanded a
1 bill of particulars, stating the time at or
L* about which the murder was committed,
but after a moment's whispered consul1
tation, he withdrew this demand.
o J ust after court had taken a recess, a
- strikingly pretty girl,apparently sixteen
or seventeen years old, neatly aud sim -
ply clad in a green costume, und with a
?1 flush of excitement on her cheeks which
j- heightened the lustre of her darlc eyes,
hastened into the court house, and ad0
dressing Sheriff Drown, preferred some
a request.- Tho Sheriff went into the
court room, hut camo back and said:
"He has gone."
The girl was Baker's daughter, Flora.
She was taken around to the county jail
0 in the rear of tho court house,.anil the
0 mcctimr with her father is described us
lt very aflecting,
h At the afternoon session Miss Flora
and her brother, "Stell" Baker, both sat
e in the court room. Tho young lady was
r, accompanied by another of her own age,
i- and divided with her father the attene
tion of the crowd of men which crowded
the room almost to suffocation,
,f Upon reassembling, Mr. Braddoek, on
behalf of the defense, stated that impor
taut witnesses who lived in Ohio and
g could not be compelled to attend, but
kt who luid attended the former trial and
were therefore supposed to be willing to
> attend this one, had declined to come.
' Tho Slate was asked to permit their
? former testimony to be treated us a dep"
osition, but refused, and after some dish
cuswion and another wait for -Mr.
(* Hutchinson, the defense modified its
request ami asked tho prosecution to
consent to take tho depositions in Ohio
'? during the progress of the trial. Col.
u Arnett suggested that the attorneys on
both side* were numerous enough to
,l make it possible to do this. The Estate
y refused.
8 Phcn time was asked by tho defense
? to prepare an alUdavit on which to base
a motion for a continuance. An hour
y was given and an hour and a half taken;
r at the end of which time the counsel for
>f tho State held that the ailidavit present>,
ed was not siifHcient. Tending this
I- issue, the courtadloumed till thin morn.
t- ing nt 9 o'clock.
3. It was the opinion of Bomo attorneys
i- that the Btato, rather than submit to a
., continuance, would waive its objections
to the introduction of u transcript of the
formerlpstimony. but othera suggested
that if this was the aim of the defense,
1 they must be disappointed. There is a
r general expectation that tho trial will
B proceed this morning.
r In tho discussion it was developed
y that one iinjiortant witness for the det
fenso, a German laborer, had died since
tho last trial from injuries received by
j a railroad accident near Pittsburgh.
3 "NVhcn Baker was taken from hero 1
to Wellsburg Monday night, according
to the Herald, it was not generally :
. known the prisoner would be brought 1
up on that train, bjit the word was eirj
eulateil within a square or two, and
4 quite a largo crowd was in waiting whep
, the train came in. Baker stepped light- 1
, ly from tho car, wearing about the style
of clothes in which he went through the
first trial, and looking about tho same.
He wore his conventional black kid
gloves, with tho hand-cuffs over them.
' Three of his counsel, Mr. Braddock, Col.
Moore and Mr. jtonejioo, were with him
and accompanied him as far as the iail.
On being pluced in a ceil Baker looked
around, and remarked to tho deputyi
"Why, this is cheerful and pleasant ' I
like this much better than Wheeling
or ,Vew Cumberland." The crowd which
had followed thp Prisoner down street
Ktill remained about tho jail, many of
them curious to see the prisoner whose
notoriety has spread far and wide. At
J i o'clock ot night a number of persons
were still iu the vjuinity of the jail.
Sheriff Brown has arranged to keen o (
guard stationed at the jail (luring tjje .
time of the prisoner's stay there.
: ??:?i
llrlnglng (iliulneM ,|
to millions, pleasing their palates and $
cleansing their systems, arousing their <
livers, kidneys, stomachs and bowels to J
a healthy activity. Such is the mission 3
of the famous California liquid fruit
remedy, Syrup of Figs. Sold by Logan *
& Co., Anton P. Hew, R. B. tikirt and *
p. JJiTjkeniellcr; at Bellaire by M. N. n
Mercer. 0
T
Drink Malto, 26 cents a bottle. m
: : a1
Reus a NTs of Carpets about half the n
usual price, at sxynk & Tuqmas'. h
TUB NEW KATUKAL (JA8 COJli'AXV
lirnuted tlto Itlght of Way by Council.
Oilier l!u?liir??.
A special meeting of Council was held
last evening, having been called by Acting
Mayor Giileland at the request of
the requisite number of members, for
the purpose of considering an ordinance
granting to "The Citizens Company" the
right to iay ami maintain pipes in the
streets, alleys and public grounds of
Wheeling for conducting natural gas to
be used for heating purposes. The ordinance
was passed by both branches. As
presented to Council it was almost an
exact copy of the ordinance giving to the
Manufacturers' (Wheeling) Company
the orivileires iteniovs. It wan umciul
ed in two or three particular*, but not
in a manner objectionable to the company.
There was an unusually large turn out
of members ami the lobby was tilled
with prominent citizens of a class that
are seldom seen iti the Couucil chamber.
All the members of the First Branch
put in an appearance at one time or another
during the evening, and the only
absentees from the Second were Messrs.
Bremer, Caldwell and Marsh.
Among those in the lobbv were noticed
the following: John l>. Culbertson,
Col. Thomas O'Brien, .1. R, McCortney,
Frank J. ilearne, Capt Chas.
J. Rawing, Major Ran Stalnaker, John
M. Sweeney, W. II. Ilearne, J. D. Du
Bois, I). K. Brooks, B. F. Caldwell, C.
W. Franzheim, W. A.Isett, J. W. Paxton,
II. M. Knssell, .John G. Hoffmann,
jr., Thomas Reilly, George Wise, Geo.
K. Wheat. Clark* Hanes, Cant. W. II.
Irwin, Philip Henry Moore, 8. II. Koss,
John Brown, l1. M. Rhodes, George G.
Hannan, John II. Hull, A. I). Seamou,
Dr. G. Baird, J. M. IS wing, N. E. Whitaker,
Jacob Grubb and others.
This large turnout of both Councilmen
and citizens was a forcible demonstration
of the interest that has been
aroused over the gas juestion, since the
advance in rates made by the Natural
Gas Company of West Virginia.
The Second Branch was called to order
about 8 o'clock and the minutes of the
last meeting read. The call for the
special meeting was read and ordered
filed. The chair then laid before the
branch the ordinance, which was read
three timesVind passed with the amendments
as noted below.
The first section provides that the new
company has the privilege to lay pipes
to conduct natural gas "for heating pmposes
to the several manufactories operated
by such persons, lirms and corporations
engaged and to be engaged in manufacturing
in the city of Wheeling, as
may desire the Citizens' Gas Company
to furnish them with gas; luit no right
is hereby granted to transport natural
gas for sale to others than such persons,
lirms and corporations, or otherwise than
for the use and consumption of such
persons, lirms and corporations in their
business at their respective manufactories."
Mr. Harrell o tie rod the following
as one of the conditions of the grant by
the city to the company:
"In case of the failure of the company
now furnishing gas to the buildings anil
water works of the citv through bursted
pipes, failure of suppfy at the wells or
any other cause, the said Citizens' company
shall furnish gas to the said building
and water works free until such
time as the Natural Gas Company of
West Virginia is again able to supply its
customers."
This provoked a general discussion
that lasted for nearly one hour. The I
amendment was finally voted down by
11 vote of 14 to 10.
Mr. Jones offered as an amendment,
as a condition of the grant, that the com-1
pany by its acceptance of the ordinance1
agree to give employment to Wheeling
laboring men, so far"as possible, in the
construction of its line. This was adopted.
Mr. Youim created some surprise by |
offering the following as an amendment:
"Hv the acceptance of this ordinance
the Citizens Gas Company agree that
they and their successors or lessees shall
not charge h greater price for gas than is j
charged for the samo service by competitors
or other gas companies within a
radius of 100 miles from the city."
It was only necessary, in order to kill
this proposal promptly, tor the friends of
the ordinance to call attention to the
fact that Pittsburgh was much nearer
the uiim lields than Wheeling, and that
Washington county was showing signs
of becoming a manufacturing centre,
and that the adoption of the amendment
would practically end the existence
of the new company.
The following offered by Mr. Gruse
was adopted: The streets when broken
by Maid company shall be repaired by
the Board of Public Works at the expense
of the company.
This was in lieu of the following,
which was stricken out of the ordinance:
"If the company fails to make such repairs,
the said Hoard may make the
same at the company's expense,"
In the First Branch Mr. Delbruggo
offered an amendmeut which the body
refused to adopt, pioviding that the
company in laying its mains shall not
tear up any street now paved with brick |
unless it be to cross the same.
Mr. Delhi ugge offered another amendment
which the Branch adopted, to the
effect that the new. company, as one of
imis couujuons 01 uic grant, agrees 10
furnish any building of the city's not
now supplied with gas, or which may be
built in the future, with gas free of cost.
The Second concurred in this amendment,
and the ordiuance was adopted.
The resolution providing for the payment
to Mr. J. A. Faris of $.">00 for his
picture, "The Seige of Tort Ilenry,"
was again taken up and at last adopted
by a styond majority vote. This time it
was 1J{ to 8. At one* time it was nearly
downed again by amotion to refer it to
the Committee on Ileal ftstate, Mr.
Kraft having asserted that that committee
had never considered the matter nor
authorized the original report to Council.
In the First Branch the resolution
went through by a vote of 10 to II, and
Mr. Faris can now get his money.
Hills aggregating $10<l 81) presented by
the Committee on City Prison were ordered
paid.
Mr. Maxwell's resolution providing
that the Committee on Ordinances and
the City Holioltor, at u cost not to exceed
51,000, have compiled and reprinted the
ordinances of the city, was taken up for
the purpose of having another majority
vote, in order that it be properly adopted.
Mr. Allison offered the following as a
substitute.
JU*oht:dt Thfltftho pommittceon Ordinances
be and are hereby instructed ami
authorized to obtain bids for compiling
and reprinting the Legislative Acts constituting
the charter of tho City of
Wheeling, and tho existing ordinances
jf the city with a suitable index therein
md to report the same to Council.
This started one of those peculiar
Ijseussions for which this Branch is
loteil, and the entjre natter was finally
ndettnitely postponed.
Mr. Gruse s street sweeping ordinance
,vas agaiti brought forward and alter
mother wordy period, the scheme was .
cnocked in the head. Clouds ot dust
a\\\ continue to rise front the brick
itreets nnlesssnrinklers lire used freely.
The Board of Public \Vorks reported :
is follows:
"We respectfully report that after pay- i
ngthe pay roll for the two weeks end- i
ng June 2,188$, and the bills audited
I line 4, 18S8, the whole amounting to {
11,453 7n, we find that there is not sulli- j
lient money left in the Contingent
?und to meet tho deficiency in paving
Iain street between Ninth and Tenth i
treets. The deficiency on said work is
2,520 42. Tho balance on hand in tho
Jontingent Fund, after paying pay rolls 1
nd bills, is $2,Ot>7 71, leaving a shortage ?
f $428 71. ?
"We have been compelled to stop all
rork mol cleaning and repairing the 1
Ireeta until the Contingent Fund is re- i
Ienished. Wo respectfully ask your t
onorable body to inuke sonic provision t
to reimburse said fund for the amounts
appropriated it." This was referred to
tue Committee on Finance.
Mr. Wheat asked permission to introduce
an important matter. He said he j
had prepared a resolution instructing '
the ltoard of Water Commissioners to
employ a competent hydraulic engineer
to make a test of all the mains in the
city; ascertain what the pressure is at n
the lowest point, and report to the J
Board all of his observations in writing;
and appropriating ?.'00 for the work.
His reason forotfering the resolution was
that there is now existing a doubt
in regard to the strpngth of tho mains
to sustain further increased pressure
from a higher service; he wanted the
matter determined before the city was
put to what might prove to be an enormous
expense.
While Mr. Wheat was still talking and
before he had ottered his resolution, *
there was a cry for adjournment, and the 1
chair recognizing it as a motion to ad- |
journ,putthe same and it was carried
while Mr. Wheat still had possession of
the floor. <
In the First Branch Mr. McGregor 1
offered a resolution instructing the tl
uomuuuee on u romances 10 report an
ordinance making it unlawful to deposit
or throw on the streets auy paper or
rubbish, and it was adopted.
Mr. Dobbins offered a resolution ordering
the Committee on Finance to report
an ordinance changing the time for payment
of city taxes from November to
October. Adopted.
Tlio New* Letter Change*.
The change for some time talked of as
impending in the ownership of the Newt
Letter occuriyd yesterday. Mr. M. A.
Chew retires from the proprietorship
and management, and his place is taken
by Mr. W. S. Meek., Mr. Richard Kobertson
remains in the firm. It is understood
that several prominent Republican
politicians are backing Mr. Meek. The
paj>er will be a protective tariff organ.
Competitive Examination at the Llualj InNtltute.
This examination will bo held Saturday,
June 10, at Linsly Hull, beginning
at 0 a. m. and closing at 4 n. m. All
entering the examination will be given
the same tests, but the competitors will
be graded in two classes. .Scholars of
the Wheeling public schools will be
graded in one class; all others in a second
class. That one, in each class, who receives
the highest grade shall be entitled
to a free scholarship in any one of the
catalogued courses.
The examination will comprise the
following branches: English Grammar,
Political Geography, United States History.
Arithmetic, Heading, Writing and
.Spelling. iiw?if
lllHt lti'cviveri.
Another ear load of the celebrated
"Alarouia" Coll'ee. Ask your grocer for
it. M. Ukilly,
Nos. 1301) and 1.111 Main street.
C.\ix and see the large line of Summer
Dress Goods at .Stone it Thomas' before
buying. It will pay you.
Business men's soup lunch?something
line?10c. At Booth's every day.
( mild Kxcurniuu to St. Lout*
of the Arion and Germania Singing
Societies, of Wheeling, to the Siengerfest
at St. Louis bv the popular Baltimore
& Ohio Railroad, Monday, June
11. Fare for the round trip only $10.
Tickets good returning twelve days.
Tickets and sleeping car uccommdations
can now ho had at the German Insurance
ollice and 0. Schnepfs drug store, j
8.1?K. of P. Excursion to Cincinnati?95.
The Uniformed Knights of Pythias,
of Wheeling, West Virginia, will go to
Cincinnati via the old reliable Baltimore
& Ohio railroad. Tickets on sale June
1?, 10 and 11, good returning June 18,
inclusive. Fare for the round trip ?5 00.
For further information inquire at Baltimore
& Ohio depot ticket office, orB.
Slianley, P. Youngmnn aud C. Moonoy,
Committee.
Uiunk Malto for tho nerves.
Business men's soup lunch?some- ,
thing line?10c. At Booth's eyery day.
A Warning.
The modes of death's approach are
various, and statistics show conclusively
that more persons die from diseases of
the Throat aud Lungs than any other.
It is probable that everyone, without ex- j
ccption, receives vast numbers of Tubercle
Germs into the system and where
these germs fall unon suitable soil they ?
start into lifo ami develop, at first slowly
and is shown by a slight tiekling sensa- t
tinn in t.ln> tlimiit nnil if nllow?Mi to ron
tinuo their ravages they extend to the
lungs producing Consumption and to <
the head, causing Catarrh. Now all this
is dangerous and if allowed to proceed 1
will in time cause death. At the onset c
you must act with promptness; allowing
a cold to go without attention is danger- \
ous and may lose you your life. As soon j
as you feel that something is wrong
with your Throat, Lungs or Nostrils, obtain
"a bottle of Boschee's German j
Syrup. It will give you immediate relief.
daw ^
Ca.v't sleep nights is the complaint e
of thousands sullcring from asthma,
consumption, coughs, etc, Did you ever n
try Acker's hnglish Itemedv? It is the t
best preparation known lor all lung
troubles, sold on a positive guarantee at
10c., 50c. Logan & Co., C. It. Goetze. ?
[Chas. Menkemjller, It. 13. Hurt and J
Bowie Bros. I
Siiiloh's Vitamzku is what you need n
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizzi- I
ness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia, c
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
Citoui', Whooping Cough and Bron- ^
chitis immediately relieved by ShiloU'a
Cure. v
The Itev. Georgo II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself midwife ,
own our lives to Shiloh's Consumption J
Cure. Sold by W. E. Williams and C.
Menkewiuor. ww-kow j
A Womnii'i Discovery,
"Another wonderful discovery has o
boon mndo und that too, by a lady m this n
county. Disease fastened its clutches c
upon her, and for seven years she with- c
stood its severest tests, but her vital or- q
gaus were undermined and death
seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly and could not
sleep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr. n
King'i New Discovery for consumption,
and was so much relieved on taking the .
lir.st dose that she slept all night, and s
with one bottle has been miraculously
cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. ii
Thus writes W. C. liamrick it Co., of
Shelby, C,?Oct a free trial bottle at y
Logan' & Co.'s drug store, a
Many of the good things of this life ^
are sorrowfully let alone on account of
dyspepsia. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets g<
will euro dyspepsia, indigestion and constipation
; sold on a positive guarantee n;
at 26 and 60 cents, by Logan & Uo., C. It.
Goetze, C. Menkemiller, It. B. Burt and
Bowie Bros. 2 p
RIVER XEW8. VJ
Stage of the Water mul Movement* of the g,
llontn. j|
Tho Elaine is this morning's packet c
for Parkereburg.
The regular local packets continue to
irrjve and depart On time, and are do- is
ing a fair business. 111
The Andes got away for Cincinnati n
ibout o o'clock yesterday afternoon with w
i splendid trjp on board,
The \V. N. Chancellor passed up at an
arly hour this morning on her way pj
rom Charleston to Pittsburgh. g?
The Fashion on her way up and the R,
Catie Stockdale on her way down, both B<
n the Cincinnati-Pittsburgh trade, passid
here at 10 a. in.
The river is still falling at this point, th
'he marks last evening indicated a depth
n the channel of H feet 0 inches. Busi- 1
less was lively on the levee a good por- Ca
ion of the day.
11 FEMALE COLLEGE.
Annual Commencement Held a1
the Opera House.
rHREE FAIR GRADUATES
let I it it Themselves With Credit tj
Themselves and Satisfaction to a
Iiitrtfo Audience?A llrillliuit
and Happy Kvent.
Tho annual commencement of tin
Wheeling Female College took place a
he Opera House last evening, and tin
argo audience that greeted the thre?
ovely graduates of that institution wer<
nore than repaid for tho patience the;
lisplayed in waiting for their appearance
Hie stage was handsomely decorated
ill due to the deft Angers and elegun
aste of William Richardson and tin
iberality of William Zane. Pottei
>lants and vines took tho place of tin
oot lights and reflected tho beauty tha
lat behind them.
On the stage were many prominen
jeople, among whom were: Hon. C. D
Hubbard, Prof. Gwynn.Dr.S. L. Jepson
[Ion. George W. Atkinson, Dr. T. II
Logan, Rev. S. E. Jones, Rev. Dr. Ran
lolph, Rev. Dr. Cunningham, Rev. A
II. Graham, Hon. 11. K. List and other*
When the orchestra sounded the open
ng strains of a delightful melody Presi
lent Blaisdell escorted the graduntinj
:lass to their places, and immediately
liter followed the faculty of tho college
Rev. Dr. Cook, of the "Second Presby
erian Church, then o lie red up a suppfi
nation, and after an orchestnil pico
Miss Lawson was introduced by Presi
lent lilaisdell its the first essayist. Sir
ivorea superb dress of cream senre
rimmed with cream moire silk; ruchinj
,vas worn around her neck and sleeves
ivith ornaments of Mareclial Neil roses
Her subject, "On the Threshold," wa
liandled in a masterly manner, impress
ng upon the class and the audience tin
importance of improving all tho oppor
unities that presented themselves. Shi
jnforced tho idea of a Christian educa
ion as the best element of success ii
his life.
Miss Bertha E. Zevely's costume wa
)f cream serge, with sillc lace around he
icck and sleeves. The front was com
>osed of cream ribbon and beads. He
lowers were white lilies. The subjec
>f her essay, "Our Toils and Our Re
ivards," was subjected to an entertaininj
lisscctiou, the main point being that "a
ive toil so shall we be rewarded."
Miss Steele, of Texas, the only bru
ictte in the class, made her how in i
jream serge, trimmed with beautifu
ace and cream silk. Her flowers wen
;>ink roses. In her dissertation on tin
Flowers of Memory" there will eve
remain in the recollection of the audi
Mice a fragrant remembrance of the fai
. ssayist. Each i>erformer was loade<
lown with lloral ollerings and testimo
rials of regard that took the shape o
nooks and other useful presents. Mrs
Blaisdell, tho wife of the President, wa
llso complimented with many llora
;ributes.
After the recommendation of Presi
lent Blaisdell tho degree of Mistress o
English Literature wsis conferred 011 tin
rraduates by lion. u. u. llubunrtl, tin
President of the Board of Trustees.
Addresses were made by Hev. Dr. Gun
lingham, Dr. Randolph and Hon. C. D
Hubbard, complimentary of the exer
jiscs, and recommending the institutioi
X) the patronage of the people. Tlx
speakers were peculiarly felicitous ii
heir praises of what the Wheeling Fe
mile College had done and their advo
:acy of the higher education of woman
After tho benediction by Hev. S. Kr
lest Jones, the audience was dismissed
vhile the graduates held au imprompti
eception on the stage. In the audienci
vereKev. J. Sumner.Stone and wife, ant
ifter the exerciscsjthev divided the lion
>rs with the graduates on tho stage
vhcre they shook hands with many ac
luaintances they did not have theopiior
unity of meeting before.
UKLLAIKK.
Ill Sorts of Loral Now* and Gonidp fron
the (Uiimm City.
Mr. A. Baker and family are visitinj
it Bradfore, Pa., this week.
Tho headquarters of the Tilden clul
lere were deeorated yesterday.
Down at Shadv Side, on the B..'/. A
j. road, they are building a new depot
Adolph Freeduinn got n muddy batl
>y being thrown from a horse the othel
lay.
C. L. Gould and Engineer Nortor
lavo been doing some surveying in thit
ocality.
The fern* boat Owens is being nicclj
tainted and fixed up. She will look like
i new boat.
Sammy McDonald, of the Baltimore &
)hio railroad, wrenched his back quite
everely and is laid up.
The Ohio Valloy Detective Agency 1 uxi
in oliice here. A. W. .Shepherd is presi
lent of the association.
Messers. Bowie, Kodefer and Gill,
[lass men, were out at St. ClairsvilU
'esterday on the natural gas injunction
aser
The negro Gibson, who was whipped
t Barnesville, is working on the tic
loats at the Cleveland Pittsburgh inline
hero.
A very old lady from Terra Alta, W.
'a., with soveral small orphan children,
asaed through here yesterday on their
my to Alliance.
Maring, Hart it Co. will go to Muncie,
nd., and build a twentv-]?ot window
lass furnace. They had uood inducenents
to go, although they have not
ivulged them yet.
Quite an excitement was created hero
n the streets by the notorious Mitchell
nd his alleged wife, Mrs. liorum. Shu
laimed he stole everything, and she
ould not And him anywhere. All
uieted down in a little while.
Murtln'n Ferry.
Mr. J. S. Harrison is visiting friends
ear Cadiz.
Arthur Hill, of Salinevillc, is visiting
Ir. Frank Erin.
Mr. Joseph Pettit, of Mt. Pleasant,was
1 tho city yesterday.
County Treasurer Ilobinson was here
listertlfty on business,
Miss Nannie Fisher, of Columbus, is
ic guest of Miss Aiuuiula Miller.
Two cases in police court yesterday
it $3 and costs each for lighting.
Mr. George Scott, a Laughlin mill
ailer, is laid up with a' very sore arm.
Miss Emma Hoggs, one of tho High
ibool teachers, lcit for her home at
rospect, 0., to spend the summer
t cation.
A reception will be tendered Dr. J.
imner Stone and wife by tho Ladies'
ome Missionary Society, at the M. E.
Iiurch, this evening.
Hjrrup of Fltfi
nature's own true laxative. It is the
ost easily taken, and tho most effective
inedv known to cleanse tho system
hen bilious or costive; to dispel headhes,
colds and fevers; to cure habitual
nstipation, indigestion, piles, etc.
anufactured only by the California
ig Syrup Company, San Francisco. Cal.
?ld by Logan & Co., Anton P. Hess,
B. Burt and C. Menkemiller. At
illaire by M. N. Mercer.
Business men's soup lunch?someing
line?10c. At Booth's every day.
Great reduction in price of Silks,
shineres and Henrietta Cloths at
Stone & Thomas'.
BASE BAIL XOTEH.
Wheeling to l'lny To-djiy-Ycutonlnjr'*
<inu?r??(Jeuerul Newa.
The Wheeling team after having had
n two day's rest will eommcnco playing
ball again to-day. They will play with
Mansfield, and as the luck that has l>een
, dead againBt the team apparently chang*
ed last Sunday, a victory is expected today.
There are some enthusiasts who
f claim to believe that Wheeling will win
all of the six games she has- to play before
coming -home/
Joshua lline's livery boys will play
the Carter & Morrow livery boys at the
Wheeling base ball grounds this ufternoon,
commencing at 3 o'clock.
0 Bailey, who was one of Wheeling's
t catchers last season mid who went from
i? here into the Southern League, has
L? been signed by Mansfield to play behind
B thobat.
Jackson has released Flynn, left
fielder; Sterling, pitcher, and Popki.
caicner. riynn is too mucn 01 a record
, player, and will not try to get a bull unt
less sure, while the others were not conB
sidered strong enough.
. In Monday's game at Mansfield with
1 Canton, Bauscwine, Canton's pet pitchb
or, acted like a big baby, by sitting down
,t in the diamond several times when Canton
players made errors, and was fined
t $2 by Simmons for impudence.
The Kalamnzoos commenced a series
of four exhibition games at Bradford.
i? Pa., yesterday afternoon. The initial
. game resulted as follows: Kazoo, 14;
. Bradford, 5. Batteries, Shearer and
. Thompson; O'Brien and Dailey.
J. The game on the State Fair Grounds
- between the Garden and Arlington nines
- resulted in a victory for the latter by a
? score of 10 to 9. B. I. L. Turner, the
7 well known colored coucher, was hit in
i. the jaw with a bull. He was not hurt
- much. Hud it hit him in the stomuch
- he would probably have coached no
e more.
Day, second baseman, and "Kid"
L' Madigan, pitcher, were released by Kala >
ninzoo yesterday. The release of the
S? former created great surprise at Kalamu'
zoo and unfavorable comment was freely
' expressed. A special from there says
8 that Day's excellent work has made him
very popular, and that hundreds are
is supposed that Day has been knocked
Q out by Childs, the ex-PhilUe, who was
ousted from second in that team by
1 Dclabanty.
Tlie Scran ton, Pa., correspondent of
_ the Sporting Life pays this high compliment
to a young Wheeling player. Jesse
" liurkot: JUirket is a wonderful pitcher,
t ami is acknowledged by ail the oppos[
ing teams to be the best, without oxcep^
tion. in the Central League. He has
jj gooil speed, great command of the ball,
and all the curves. He is a magnificent
fielder in his position, and bids fair to
" rnnknsonoofthe"phenoms"oflS8S. This
[ fulsome praise is not tho excited judg;
uient of an elated enthusiast, but comes
^ from seeing and studying his work all
the season, and I am happy to do the
_ boy justice.
r . At Jackson?Yesterday Jackson won
1 the last oi tho games of the Toledo series
. in a close and exciting contest, lasting
f until the very close of tho game. Opportune
batting bv the home team won
g them the game. The score:
I T. U.K. K.
Jackson...^. 0 0 12 3 0 10 l-l l is <>
Toledo 3 02100180?(i 12 5
" Earned?Jnck Ron, 7. Struck out?By Fiuslmf
moQKS; by Citrtield. I. Ifaitturics? FilzMlinmoim
j and Miiiuclmu; Uarlleld and l'arkcr. Umpire?
i, McDcrmott.
A great game was played at Island
. Park yesterday by nines managed by
two well known Oouncihnen. The fun
* was continuous and tho refreshment
, cool and foamy.
3 YuNtvrday'H Luuriiu ami Aanoclntion (inmcn.
At urooKiyn?au mhjis, -j; urooKivn, o.
At I'hlla<lel|>hin?Athletics. M; Cliidnnutli 7.
At Cleveland?Cleveland, 0; LouIkvIUc, 6.
At WtuhluKton?Wellington, 0; Detroit, tt.
At New York?New York. 2; Itiiiiutiupolls, 1.
At liiiltlmore?Itiiltlmorc, 0; Khiimim <;ity, 4.
At Philadelphia?Philadelphia, *2: Chicago 3.
J At llotttou?Ikiotou, 10; Pitubiirgu, 0.
.' Business men's soup lunch?some1
thing line?10c. At Booth's every day.
'? Dkink Malto, it is pleasant.
Thu Verdict (Jiiaiiliuoiu.
W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bipnus, Ind.,
testifies: "I can recommend Electric
Bitters as tho very best remedy. Every
j bottle sold litis given relief in every case.
One man took six bottles, and was cured
T of rheumatism of 10 years' standing."
' Abraham Mare, druggist, Bellville, Ohio,
affirms: "The best selling medicine 1
have ever handled in my 20 years' experience,
is Electric Bitters." Thousands
: of others have added their testimony, so
* that the verdict is unanimous that Eleei
trie Bitters do cure all diseases of tho
r Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half
dollar a bottle at Logan & Co. a drug
i store. 2
' Another largo lot of Wetzel, Boone,
. Crockett, Carson, placed in our GO cent
, lection. By mail 72 cents.
Stanton Jc Davenport.
? Raihkh thnfc n.pfi frntfnl. nofivisli. itors
J or troubled with windy colic, teething
ftninti or stomach disorders can be reieved
at once by using Acker's Baby
Soother. It contains no opium or morphine,
hence it is safe, l'rice 25 cents.
.Sold by Logan it Co., C. It. Goetze.
[ Charles MenJcemillcr, It. B. Burt ami
, Bowie Bros. 5
Wonderful Cur?K.
W. D Iloyt <fc Co., wholesale and re;
tail druggists of Rome, Ga., say: We
have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery,
Electric Bitters tuid Bucklen's
1 Arnica Salve for four years. Have
i never handled remedies that sell as well, |
or give such universal satisfaction.
There have been some wonderful cures
eifected by these medicines in this city.
Several cases of pronounced consumption
have been entirely cured bv use of
a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery,
taken in connection with Electric
Bitters. We guarantee them always.
Sold by Logan Co. 1
Dick ens' Thackeray's, Scott's and
Eliot's Novels in our 35 cent section; 45
cents by mail.
Stanton Davknpokt.
Acker's Blood Elixir is the only blood
remedy guaranteed. It is a positive cure
for ulcers, eruptions orsyplnlitic poison- i
ing. It purities the whole system, and
banishes all rheumatic and neuralgic
pains. We guarantee it. Logan Co..
C. It. Goetze, C. Meukemiller, It. B. Burt
and Bowie Bros. 3
Are you made miserable by Indiges- "
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss- of (
Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer
is a positive cure. >
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price i
10 cts., 50 cts. and $1.
A Nasal Iniector free with each bottlo
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Trice 50 ,
cents. Sold by W. E. Williams and C. r,
Menkemiller. daw-eow *
?? a
A Bound Lflgnl Opinion. tj
E. Bainbridge Munday, Esq., County ii
Attorney, Clay county, Texas, says: i>
"Have used Electric Bitters with most 11
happy results. My brother also was ti
very low with malarial fever and jaun- n
dice, but was cured by timely use of this J
medicine. Am satisfied Electric Bitters p
saved his life."
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, J
Ky., adds a like testimony, saying: "Ho n
positively believes he would have died, o;
had it not been for Electric Bitters. uThis
great remedy will ward off, as u
I well as euro all malarial diseases, and
, for all kidney, liver and stomach disor*
ders stands unequaled. Price 50 cents h:
and $1 at Logan & Co.'s drug store, ti *i
j , tli
Triumphant Sonos, Gospel Hymns *
No. 5, Epworth Hymnal, Gospel Choir, 18
by the dozen or single cony, at
Stanton & Davenport's.
roperly withdrawn therefrom or othci^vlao. 1
Second?Whether nt tho time of tho declaraIon
of tho dividend of October, 1ks.{. mentioned
l tho hill of complaint, the condltlou of tho M
nd Wheeling, Pm-keniburgtfc Cincinnati Triuibortatlon
Company Justllicd the declaration or
nvmentof the wild dividend. u
Third?What persons were stockholder* of the a
dd corporation nt the time when the Mild dlvlcnd
wan declared, the amount ot their stock
specttauta and how much wu paid on account V
[ wild dividend to eaeh of wild stockholder*,
fourth?Any other fact* deemed pertinent hy
>e Mid comtnlnloner and required by any of
10 parties.
Notice In hereby given that the undersigned t|
** flxed upon Monday, the 2d day of July, 1k>\ J
itnmcuclugato'clock a. tn., as the time, and
In office, No. l.'iOl Chaplino street, a* tho place
; which he will proceed to ascertain And report i
10 several matters In the said order of reference n
(ilven under my hand this 4tb day of Juue,
88. JOSKI'II it. I'AULI,, 81
Commissioner. 1
W. 1\ IIi'iibaiiii and II. M. lUimKU. ?n
Jc.Vtu Solicitors fur Complainant. <
IHEFMiS.
[Continuedfrom Pint Page]
less I will go to the convention uml take
my seat as a delegate, and when the State 1
is called, I will vote against Thuriuan." .
The determination caused confusion and
there were dire threats made, but to no
purpose. Finally a resolution was '
adopted releasing Mr. Brady from the i
binding unit rule and he will act independently.
In conversation he was ,
more cautious, but still the strong opposition
showed itself in his remarks.
"I will do my lighting in convention,
but when I cannot win there will go
home as I have done many times before,
and during the campaigu'will work and
fight just as hard for Democracy as ever
before."
Mr. Bnulv is oue of the staunehest
adherents of the Payne-McLean faction.
THE imANKNT I'll A IK.MAN8MP.
Gen. l'nt Collin* the Man?Utile Adopted
to Prevent n Stampede.
St. Louis, Juno 5.?The rumors that
a formidable show of opposition would
be made to the appointment of General
Patrick A. Collins, of Boston, as Permanent
Chairman of the convention, were
ouicklv denied this evening when the
Committee 011 Organization assembled
for tho first time. It had been reported
that Henry Wattcrson would be pushed
for the place, and that General Collins
would be fought until compelled to
forego tho honor.
The committee proceeded first with
its own organization before the taking
up of the convention. L. B. Cussid^*, of
Pennsylvania, was made chairman of
the committee, and John R. Castleman
obtained the post of Secretary. Then it
became evident that 110 contest against
Collins was to be waged, the understanding
being that Mr. Waterson had
peremptorily declined to allow his name
to be used against Mr. Collins. The
nomination of Mr. Collins was made byMr.
llanrahan, of Vermont. Mr. Castleman,
of Kentucky, seconded Mr. Collins'
name and lie was selected unanimously
for recommendation to the convention.
II. II. Ingersoll was selected without
opposition as the committee's choice for
the Convention's permanent Secretary.
Mr. Prince, the temporary Secretary,
and all his assistants, were retained for
the permanent organization, as Mr. Ingersoll's
helpers. A matter that may
prove to be of l(?ss importance in exciting
moments of the Convention than
the choice of permanent Chairman, then
came before the committee. It was tho
adoption of rules to govern the great assembly.
After a tame discussion the suggestion
made to-day in the Convention
by Governor Green, of New York, was
acquiesced in. This was to adopt the
rules of tho last National Democratic
Convention with the significant addition
that during a roll call no State having
once voted shall be allowed to
riuuigf ua vuw iiuiii ?iii iiif 'iiiu-in mite
voted. The committee hold another
meeting to-morrow morning to put itenotion
into formal shnpo for the Convention.
JUKI).
HOIIAS?On WcHlncwlay. June C, l&ss, nt 12:.T0
o'clock a. m., ut llio residence of hor
law, Patrick Fitzgerald, No. 175 Sixteenth
trcct, Mm. Eliza iiktii Rohan.
Funeral imtloo liemtfter,
uSecurus judicat
ORBIS TERRARUM."
Apollmaris
"THE QUEEN OP TABLE WATERS."
The filling at the Apollinaris Spring
during the year 1887 amounted to
11,894,000 bottles.
Of all Grocers, Druggists, ami Mineral Water
Dealers.
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0OMMISSION Kit's NOTICK.
In tho Circuit Court of Ohio County, West
Hrginla.
B. B. Doveucr
vs. 1
'ho Wheeling, l'nrkorabtirK A In Chanccry.
Cincinnati! ransporMtfon Com* ' J
imny nnd others.
By virtue of an order entered In tho above enlUwd
cause on ihe'id day of June, MB8, It is reerre<l
to the undersigned commissioner of the .
idd Court, to take, state and rc|>ort an account, I
s follows:
First?Of tho Indebtedness, if any. of the enlite
of Clftrles II. Booth, deceased, or of Frank
tooth ns administrator o( the ?uM estate, to the
aid Wheeling, I'arkcrsburg <fc Cincinnati Transortatiou
Coin nan v bv riwunn ?.f i.... ?'
Sore From Knee to Ankle,
3kln entirely gone. Flesh a man of
disease. Leg dlmlnlshod one-third
In size. Condition hopeless. Cured
by the Cutlcura Remedies.
For throe years I fM lino*; crippled wiihan
iwlul now 1?k from my knee down to my Wklr
the skin wan entirely gone,and the Ue?h vm.
tnns* c?f disease. Home nhyslelans pronounced
Itiucurable. It hud diminished mI?"h .<
thesis* ol Uw ottmr.and I was In a hopeless
oondltiou. After Hying all kind* . , .
mid sending hundred* of dollars. from which i
cot no relief whatever, 1 whs persuml. d i? trt
SourCUtlonra Remedies,and resu
lot low*: Afu-r three days 1 noticed n d.vMcd
change f?r the better, uud at the w,.\ U(l \
month!* I was completely cured. My iu>h ?lt,
purltled, and the bone (which lud been cxpot?d
for over a year) got found. Tbo flesh i^ui u> I
crow. and todax. and for nearly two vi*n
joy k>R I* a? well an ever It wan. found in wm
rcsnect, ?nd not a ?lgn of the disease to be***
a. ti. AllEKN, Duboik, liodge t o.,tit. '
Terrible Suffurlng from shin l>Ura?ra.
I have been a terrible sufferer for years from
dlwaec*"' the skin aud bh?od. and have btt& 1
obliged W ?huu public place* by reason of a}
dlstlgurlng humor*. Have had the U>td..j,,.
tdclan* nnd >>|>cut hundred* of dollar*, but cot
no relief until I used the Cutlcura llettcdiei
which have cured me, and left my ?kln uclttr
aud my blood uh pure ax a child'*.
IDA MAY n\sa,
Olive Branch I*. (?., Mk?.
g ruui itu * uullU? to 1"JJJ found*.
1 liavo taken Msvernl bottles of Cutloura iu?
BOlvcut with nil the reMilt* I could u i-h jor
About thin time la?t year, whoneooimvuvinijiu
umj. I weighed 145 jHJumlf, mill t<? ?biy | u, icu
172 poUUila. GEO. OAMI'UEI.I.,
Washington, I). C.
Kotic.?Tlio Cuttcum Resolvent I* beyond nil
doubt tbo gteatcht blooil purifier over compounded.
Cutlcura, tbo great nkiti cure, ami ('utictir*
Soap, an exquisite Skin lleuutlller. externally,
mi.I Cuticura Kcsolvent, tbo new Mood I'uritliT.
Internally, are a jHi-itlvoi uro for every f..rmol
8kln aud Uloud Disease, Iruin Pimple* to
Scrofula.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cutlctim, ' Oc.: Soap,
25e.; Kesolvottt, SI. l'rejmreil by ibe l\irm
Dhuo and C'iikmicalCo., Boston, M?m>.
?iT^eud Cor "ll?w to Ouru Skin Diseases," tt
pages, .'i0 Illustration*, and lwi tcstlinoulali.
DABV'C Skin and soalp preserved and bcautlDAD
I D Hod by Clitleum Medlcatcd
HOIS MY BACK ACHES. '
^2\l)Ack Aeho. Kidney Pains, and \V??kAt
uesH. Sorono'K, Lament", Mrnlni nnd
I I'aln relieved in one minute by the cuVrrr
tleura Anti-Pain Plaster. The tint and
only paln-kllllng Plaster. cent*.
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'ilSEUSE^OF
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For Men, Bojh, Ladles ?V Youths.
Also, a flno selection ?>f
ALL KINDS OF SHOES
At Lowest Possible CmIi Prices, &t
A. 0. WIXC'IIKit's,
1***' IHot'k. Mnln s'cnvt.
Wanted.
tlfonky wanrai-skc^ltkihiv
JXL llret-clAM mil into unliicuinlnTiHl. Address
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ot M. K. WOLF, Telephone Exchange.
Jof __
\fOKH MICN WANTKD-TO SELL
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glvo good wages mid steady work. Write lor
terms to K. 1J. ItlciiAUDsoN ?it Co., Nurserymen,
(ieiiovn, X Y. m[.) iuw
MELODIOUS SONGS
IN WEIX-MADE BOOKS.
Children's School Songs-Jen On'.
(SBct?.. or fu ft) |K'r ?lozeti> contains vwj Hiemeiitf,
mill 139 good songs, many of them Motioti
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In addition to the newsongs. there nreMich
old favorites as "Flo worn, wild Wood Klowen,"
"If ever I see," "Coo, says the mother Dave,"
"My days of Youth," "o, my, buly itec."
"Out In u beuutiful Field." Scud for i|?eclmen
Pages.
United Voloes f?0cU?or ?IN) oer down),
in L. O. Emerson's Newest mid Host tfdiooi
Hong Hook, showing his most excellent un in
chotdtig and arranging; with new and |<Uiu>in?;
songs.
Children's Diadem pokSunday School*.
(:t5 ets., $1 t?er dozen.) The crowning work of
tho useful life of A. J. Abbey, recently deceased.
Very swoet hymns and tuuea.
Voices of Praise forHtinday Schools ?n<l
1'ralho Meetings, (-10 ets., $1 20 tier dozen), Rev.
C. L. Iliitehlnn. Exactly (Its the tame of thote
who like dignified, yet brilliant and wideawake
musle.
Lnudamus (81.) A Hymn and Tune Nook
for Ladles' Seminaries and Colleges. IWi.
JUtter and Kendrlck of Vassur.
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on Specimen Pages, Fiiek.
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JOHANN HOFF'S
MALT EXTRACT,
The Bost Nutritive Tonic
roit
Impaired IHtrrstioii9 Miilmitril inn in (.'me
valcsccriL't', I'liliiioiuir) and
Throat Disrates,
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY
For the Weak and Debilitated.
[ndunvU by all I'hynldntw Throughout the Ciriflzeil
World.
I'KOP. l'lKTUA HANTA, OK I*AKl.?,
the worlil renowned vpedollat on pulmonary
rliriciiM'fi, In IiIh work liaullnhwl in I'nrl*. i-i-vakJ
of thu Johumi llofTft Malt KxtnictM follow.
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In rettoring weakened digestion. Ai n Urn
number of pnticnu lack t'>e tiecewnry power to
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therefore f regard it of iinmetiM> value to the
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like the Genuine Johaun lloir- Mnlt Kr
troet, which will net not only a* a touli- !>ut ? a
luuUtve as well, aud which Ih lew exciting Uuiti
nrlnoaaa ftlmiilnnt.
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Merlin, Paris, Vicuna. m
New York, No. 6 Barolny Street.
WJtoviro of Fmuduk-iit Imitation*. Tli?
renulue iiiut tlio algnatureof "Joiiann Hon-"on
ho ncck, nnd romea in :iat Mj'iutty bolllM with
i German label thereon.
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'. It. swrao.v, EDWARD ROUKKT.-OS,
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