Ceo. M. Snook & Co.
Throughout every Department! Many
(iood?, Blow of sale, will l?e oflereri it
luilf value. Ail
A * *? * ' " ' - " - ? 7
of which wo have a greater quantity
than uiuul?will be Bold rvicardlcM ot
worth. We atlll have a uplcudld liueof
lu *took, which wo propote to Mil at
kltiUKhlor price*. M pieces handsoiuo
I'ltiMx?which were recently
purchased at h great reduction, will bo
mild the Nunc way.
GEO. 1. SNOOK & CO.
??^Harper's Bazar Pattern Sheets
for July now In. lytt
A. L. RICE & CO.
Prices Reduced on nil our Stock of
Including u lurge Variety of
A. L. RICE & CO.
Ottlee: Nun. ?."? and ~7 Fourteenth Street.
Sundries?R. II. List.
White Mountain Freezer#- -Ncsbitt?fc Bro.
Picnic 1>oo<In?K. Hannucr.
For Kent?So. 1070 Main Street?James L.
Mutual Savings Hank.
line the Gate City Stone Filter?Ewing Bros.
Base Imll?Toledo vs. Wheeling.
Mik Umbrellas?I. G. Dillon ?V Co.
For Cincinnati?Steamer Audes. ^
Kill the Hugs?l.t?Kiiu A Co.
A full linn ?if Ilirlit-ivoiirht NotlfCS* Pill
Checks ami Drap ?le Etcs, which wo are
prepared to make up In the best style ut
Halbriggan Underwear at #1 00 a
Suit ami upwards. Fancy Flauticl Shirts
at 50 cents aud upwards, at
C. HESS A: SONS',
1321 & 1??8 Market Street
WE have the only successful machine
aud method of demagnetizing watches
in West Virginia
JACOB ?. UIll'IHt, Jeweler,
C'or. Twelfth ic .Market Sts.
The thermometer at Schnepf's drug
Btore, Opera Houbo corner, yesterday,
registered as follows:
7 a. Ill I 3 p. in 75
UII. Ill N) 7 p. in 72
12 in - 82 | Weather?Ralti.
Washington, l>. C., July 10.?For
"Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia
and Ohio, slight changes in temperature,
rain Tuesday, followed by warmer, fair;
generally southwesterly winds.
A llvavy New Oft* Well.
The Natural Gas Company of West
Virginia celebrated the Fourth last
week by bringing in a new well that is
rated lis one of their very best. Its
pressure has not been gauged yet, but it
is believed to be next in volume to the
big Davidson. The new well is located
about one-quarter of a mile from thej
Davidson. The big How was struck at a
depth of about 2,1550 feet.
K. of 1*. Election.
Baltimore Lodge No. ??, K. of P., last
evening elected the following olliecra
for the ensuing year: Chancellor Commander,
A. W. Kader; Vice Chancellor,
Ernest IJartc; Prelate, W. S. Arbuthnot;
Master at Arms, George McGurdy;
Keeper of Records ami Seal, John G.
Jlabcrfleld; Master of Exchequer, Henry
Lewedag; Trustee, W. \V. Irwin;
Grand Representative, Henry Lowcdag;
Inner Guard, Edward llaynes; Outer
Guard, William Frank.
That Martin'* Ferry Cutting Scrape.
Hilly McK night, Joe Taylor and the
hitter's father. Andy Taylor, were all arrested
yesterday morning for the cutting
scrape and row that occurred at
Taylor's Saturday night, tut account of
which was giveu in this paper yesterday.
It was Joe Taylor that cut Mc
Knight instead of vice versa, as stated
yesterday. The latter was not hurt
much, as was at first supposed, being
able to keep in hiding without having
any medical attendance other than that
received Saturday night. The trio were
tried before Mayor Mitchell yesterday.
Joo Taylor got 55 and costs, and Andy
Taylor and McKnight $10 and costs. All
were, locked up in default.
Pretty Heavy Finn*.
Thero were six cases in polico court
yesterday morning, and the tines averaged
Lon McGranahau, charged with keeping
a gambling house, at lfto Market'
street, was lined and costs.
William Brown, colored, disorderly
conduct, $10and costs; committed in default.
J'.IIU iUIUCl, UIOUIUWIJ muuuw, IIIIU
Robert Miller, disorderly conduct, $5
(ieorge Frederick, loitering in a house
of ill fame, $5 and costs.
Ed Joint, disorderly conduct, $5 and
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to record
the follow inn transfers of real estate:
Deed made May 1 by Susan E. Marsh
to Stephen McCullough, in consideration
of $l,'J00 for the north half of lot 42 in
ChapUno and Eotf's addition, on Main
street, in Centre Wheeling.
Deed made May 4 by (i. L. Craniner
and wife to Mat|?e, wife of William T.
English, in consideration of $400, for lot
-1 in J. W. Zaue's addition, on the
Deed nmdo July 0 by George Kicsback
ami wifo to Charles .Schmidt in consideratiou
of $1,090, for the west 24 feet of
lot 200 in Kant Wheeling. i
Deed made July fl by George Riesback i
and wife to John W. liorin^, in consider- 1
atiou of $5, for one-third of lot 200, in 1
Kast Wheeling. <
Items sure Anna Katherine Green's
new story, "Behind Closed Doors." f
Htartin* in the Pittsburgh SuniUiy i)wjMitch
July?. Said to be fully up to the <
"U?a veil worth Case," and superior to i
"Jlaud and King." 1
Matters of Minor Moment in and About
Two deeds of trust were admitted to
record by Clerk Hook yesterday.
A AKiiui.AU semi-monthly meeting of ]
Council will lie held this evening.
North Stbeet M. E. Sunday School
picnic excursion to Blaney's grove on l
Thursday, July 12.
Tjik new hose wagon ordered to take
the place of the old Hope hose reel, will,
beJurnished by September 1.
The Council Committee on City 1
Prison met last evening and audited the
regular bills and the report of Superintendent
Crogan, of the prison.
The Council Committee on Equalization
and Appeals will hold its first j
session at 10 o'clock this forenoon to
hear complaints as to the recent assessment.
Two "vaus," William Brast and John T
Taylor, both arrested by Officer Grubier, were
the sole occupants ol the city lockup
at midnight. One of them has loet
Several contractors arrived at Portland,
up the river, yesterday, stating
that they intend to go to work immediately
ou the Wheeling & Luke Erie Ituilroad
at that point.
'P.... ??!..] ?/ l uKannK and CnmlorB frtf
complicity in the shooting of the Waters
boys at Clemens' road house on the
Pike some time ago, was commenced at
.St. Clairsville yesterday.
Johki'ii Bishop was yesterday appointed
administrator with the* will
annexed of Joseph Leitner, deceased,
vice Mary Leitner. deceased, late execu|
trix, and gave bond in the sum of $2,000,
with Joseph Schaeferas surety.
| Tift stockholders of the German Insurance
Company held their annual
election yesterday, and chose the following
directors", the old Board: William
i. Stifel, Anton Keymann, August
Kolf, Louis F. Stifel, Henry Bieberson,
A. C. Kgerter,Casper Heil, Fred Schenk
and Augustus Pollack.
Seauch was kept up nearly all day
voutonlnv for tlm hodv of the little son
of George Prettyman, who was drowned
in the river near the mouth of Caldwell's
run Sunday afternoon while bathing.
(?p to lost night the body had not been
found, and at the present stage of water
it will probably not be for several days.
The Standard Axle Manufacturing
Company, of this city, whose works are
situated on McOoliocn street, in the
Kighth ward, have just completed a set
of axles for a St. Louis firm for a wagon,
which are without doubt tho largest
ever made, being make of steel six
inches square and eight feet six inches
long, auu weighing 2,100 pounds.
The LaBelle Glass Works' plant, at
Hridgeport, was not sold Saturday because
tkero were no bids offered. It
will be offered again on Saturday, August
11, without being reappraised. The
appraisement is $10,000, but it can be
sold for less than$27,000,under the Ohio
law which requires^hat in such sales the
price realized must be two-thirds of tho
Appraisement; and there in a good ueai
of land and coal connected with the
plant and included in the appraisement.
Strangers lu tUe City aud Wheeling People
Mr. Henry K. List and wife are at
Mountain Lake Turk.
Mr. A. A. King, of Cleveland, is in the
city, a guest at the Stamm.
Mr. Henry Bay ha has returned from
a week's visit to friends at New Castle,
Mr. John J. Jacob, of Clinton, was
among the guests at the McLure House
Mr. C. S. Braun, of Fairmont, was in
tho city yesterday en route to Pittsburgh
Mrs. Kate Caldwell, of Bonis, Texas,
who has been visiting relatives in
Wheeling for several months past, left
for home last night.
The numerous friends of Mr. J. A. II.
Parsons will be glad to know that he has
so inr recovereu iruw mo icmuuo mu
as to be able to leave his bed for a short
time each day.
Hon. N. B. Scott left last evening for
New Yoik, to attend a meeting of the
National Republican Committee, which
is to be held to-morrow in that city for
the purpose of organization.
Col. William Ex ley, Col. Gus Rolf and
Col. G. Ed. Mendal left yesterday for
Pittsburgh on business with railroad,
officials there for the State Fair Association,
and to attend the races at liomewood
for the purpose of securing speed
entries for the races here next month.
Mr. L. B. Martin, President of the
Fostoria Nickel Plato Glass Works, is at
the Stamm. He come here for the purpose
of meeting with the buyers from
the West who begin to put in an appearance
hero about this time of the year.
Mr. Martin, it will bo remembered, was
formerly with Hobbs, Brockunier it Co.,
together with Mr. W. 8. Brady, who is
now Secretary of the Fostoria Company.
1 This new concern is rapidly building up
I a line trade by the excellence of its products.
TUB CANNON FUND
riling II]) too Slowly?Tim lloll of Honor
The Republican campaign cannon ,
fund did not grow yesterday as it ought
to; many Republicans have not yet
been heard from who ought to bo on ;
the liut. Following is yesterday's roll i
Amount before rvtHirivtl .Sin? 75 1
Mr#. K. 11. McCoy 'St
C. 8. Hraiin, KalrmouL '?>
S. H. illuglmm - "25
J nine* 1>. Day. '??
I'lill Zimmerman - - ;
Robert I'rvttymnn, Trimlolphltc. *25
Mrs. Mary Stanley, Trlailelphbu 25
Mm. Hctlie Drvuucr. Triadelphla 25 '
Miss Kutli lirenuer, Trlarielphla 25
u. O. llanlon, UarncsviUc, o 25
Samuel Kesbitt .. 25
HuKlH'rocknril, ?r 25
M i.-s Alveola Bowman 25
Total SI II U
Tlio Itlvcrslric Caving Hrlck Co.
The statement published in a Pitta- '
burgh paper, that the Riverside Paving 1
Brick company, in which somo Wheel- 1
ing citizens are stockholders, had been f
closed by the Sheriff, was premature. A
person did bring suit against the company
for a small claim, without notify- *
lUgMiU ouicura, 1111(1 iuhuu ouuic Iiuuuif j
for one day; but the matter has since
been adjusted and the works arc running
as usual. The matter bears the
appearance of malice rather than business.
This information is obtained
from one of the Wheeling directors of
Hyrup of Flfa
is nature's own truo laxative. It is the
most easily taken, and the most elTective
remedy known to cleanse the system
when bilious or costive; to dispel headaches,
colds and fevers; to cure habitual
constipation, indigestion, piles, etc.
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrun Company. San Francisco. Cal.
Sold by Logan A Co., Anton P. Hess,
R. B. Burt aud C. Menkemiller. At
Bellaire by M. N. Mercer.
An elegant drink?Egg Lemonade.
McLtms Hou? Pharmacy.
Tiik picnic to be given by tho Wheel- s
ing Turner Association at Seibert's Gar- n
Jen to-day has been postponed until <j
Thursday, July 12. h
Tub "Old Virginia Cheroots" are manufactured
only by P. Whitlock, Richmond,
Va., who is proprietor of the
largest special Cheroot Factory in the r<
ivorld, and Ucorge K. McMecheu <fc Son, tl
ai No. 1427 Nain street, arc the whole- *
tale agents Tor Wheeling, W. Va. h
ipcrlnl Kxcuralon for the Orent Centennial. r<
The Now Andes, leaving Wheeling (or cl
Cincinnati Tuesday, July 10, at 3 p. m., ai
vill sell round-trip tickets for Ton dol- u
TOOLS FOUND I
N THE COUNTY JAIL
in the Cell Occupied by the Glenn
Weapons of u Dangerous Character
raken from Kelt)' and Christie,
None too .Soon '
L'O PREVENT AN ESCAPE.
Another Mysterious Attempt at
At the Hoffman Residence, where j
Glenn was Shot,
Which at this Time is Certainly ]
And Suggestive Coincidence.
Yesterday a miscellaneous collection of
knives, clubs, keys and other rude tools
likely to he of service in an attempt to
escape from prison were found in the
cell at the county jail occupied by
Thomas Kelly and Harry Christie, the
two men recently convicted in the Circuit
Court of the murder of Policeman
Joe Glenn in January. The men were
retained in the jail here pending a motion
for a new trial. They were generally
regarded as good men to watch, and
how they accumulated their collection
of tools and weapons, incomplete as this
collection was, without arousing suspipicion,
cannot be conjectured. If i^iot
believed, however, that they were furnished
with anything by outside friends,
the character of the outfit causing the
belief that they made all the tools themselves
except one large jack knife.
How the discovery was made is a matter
of dispute. An Intelligencer reJiorter
was told at the Sheriffs office that
ailcr Nichols had had his suspicions
aroused, and telephoned for Sheriff
Hnndlan, who went to the jail accompanied
by Officers Carnev and Gaus,
of the city police force, and Deputy Sher51V
Wl.it,, A M.n f?i?U "ftn/MU
Eied by the two men, after they had
een removed into another cell, resulted
in the discovery of two bludgeons or
clubs, a knife, a piece of a woman's corset
steel sharpened till its edge was as
keen jis a razor, and set in u wooden
handle, with a wire ferrule, two or three
keys made of lead, wire und tin, and
some pieces of clock spring.
WIIO HAVE Tin: I'UlNTKIt?
Where the material to manufacture
this lay-out could have been procured is
not suggested, but it is argued, and the
argument seems plausible, that if a
friend or accomplice of the two men had
furnished the tools from the outside,
they would have furnished better tools.
The reporter called on Jailer Nichols,
who seemed very reluctant to say anything
about the allair, but uuder persistent
catechising admitted the substantial
truth of the information already obtained.
IIow his suspicions were aroused
he declined to say, out said a rumor that
a woman who was recently discharged
iroiJl Uie jail uuu uruppeu mum vmiui
led to the discovery was not true, in
refusing to disclose the source of the information
he was prolmbly noting with
wise discretion. It is pretty well assured,
however, that the common version
of the discovery, to the efTect that the
prisoners were working on a piece of
steel, in- which they were nicking saw
teeth, and that the noise they made attracted
attention, is not true. The men
have acted with too much intelligence
throughout their confinement to mako
this story credible.
AIIOUT KKADY TO GO.
There is reason to Relieve that the
discovery was very timely, and that the
men's plans were so nearly ripe that
they had intended to make some sort of
a break about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Either a fellow prisoner or a late 1
prisoner probablv furnished information 1
to this effect. If so. Jailer Niehol's re- 1
ticenco is easily explained. '
The clubs, the jailer says, were apparently
sections of a whitewash brush
handle, ami the wire such its is used to .
wrap brooms and brushes.
It is understood that the two prisoners
will be closely confined in separate cells j
and careful search made at frequent in- (
tervnls hereafter until their case is final- .
li. Uv Oinenurt 'IMio (run. .
eral expression about town is that the ,
discovery will injure the men's interests .
in popular judgment. It looks as if the
prisoners had very littlo confidence in
the result of a new trial or an appeal, or
they would have waited natiently the
outcome of future proceedings before
prejudicing their case in this way.
The men took the discovery and blockin
g of their game with very had grace,
and were sullen about it all the rest of
the day. The presence of the clubs
looks as if they expected to have to use
violence in gettiug away.
ANOTHER A1TK311TED KOBHKRV
At John ti. Hoffman, Sr.'*, Whore Olllcer
(wonii Wiih Shot.
Shortly before midnight last night a
jecond attempt was made to break into
ind rob the residenco of Mr. John G.
Hoffman, Br., at the corncr of Chapline
itreet and the Centre Market alley. This
ittempt was made by two men, whose
general appearance, as described by Mr.
tollman's two youngest sons, who saw
;homen and frustrated their plans by
Iring at them, corresponds with that
ndetinite description given of the two
nen who tried to rob the same resilence
during tho early morning hours
Kiimlnv .Tnnimrv IJ Inst ntw 1 ti-lin
jvhcn interrupted "bv Policeman Joe t
31enn, shot ana killed that bravo officer. n
The two men who were engaged in v
asfc night's attempt, like those in Jan- g
iary, were roughly dressed, and one was r
all,while the other was short in stature.
It was about twenty minutes before r
nidnight when the residents of the 8
ashionable quarter in which Mr. Hoff* 0
nann resides were aroused by two pis- e
ol shots, followed in a few scconds by j
hree more. e
Then wore was n rusn 01 living leot on j|
ho brick pavement of the alley running n
etween and parallel to Ohftplineond 0
ilarkot streets, a shout or two, and then i,
11 was still until some of the people re- u
iding nearby got out on the street and c
aade their way to tho Hoffman resi- r,
ence, from which the shots and shouts
ad come. Tliere the cause of the disurbance
was. Icarne<l. j(
SUSPICIOUS MOVEMENTS. fc
Mr. Hoffman's two youngest sons had li
L'tired i\l?out 10:30 o'clock to the room si
hey occupy jointly, situated on tho U
ccoud floor on tho south sido of the h
ouse. The niglit being warm, they I'
id not light the gas, but dis- A
jbed in the dark. One of tho boys
tianced to be near a window,
nd looking out he saw two ic
ten in the Centre market alley, which d<
ins along 31 r. Hoffman's property, T,
*iing separated from it by a high brick I \
These men were standing in the **
hadow of this wall, evidently conversng
in whispers and otherwise acting in a c
, suspicious way. The boy's curiosity M v
k*as aroused, aud bo watched them inentlv
for a time, and then eommuniateu
his suspicions to his brother,
he older 01 the two, saying that qm
ic believed the men were burglars, and
hat mischief was intended. His brother
inswered that he had a revolver loaded, era
ind if another attempt was made to rob ,
he house, the reception extended the
hieves would be warm.
The boys watched the men a short
ime longer and Anally saw them walk
ip towards Chapline street. They then
vent to bed. T
It was a splendid night for burglars to ,
>perate. The rain had made things so
vet and disagreeable that people did not ~rt!
are to be about. The ground was dump, ing
>o that the evil-minded were able to |>nt
nove about with but little noise. It was .
,*ery dark and the gloom was made still ?
lenser about the Hoffman place by the "
ibundant trees. and
nuuoLAits sum: enough. va;i
Just as the Hoffinann boys were ^wo
ibout do/ing oil' to sleep the younger . ,
me roused up and declared that he had
lieard the front gate creak. Both boys has
jot up and looked out, but could see the
nothing. Convinced that his fancy had wel
played lain laJse, the boy ami bis brother
again got into bed, but they did not
uo to sleep. They lay awake and 11
listened, and shortly their vigilance was P'n<
rewarded by hearing the sound of j-101
crunching wood, as though some one "?*
was forcing a shutter. "J1'1
Now thoroughly aroused, the l>oys Jlai
again got up noiselessly, and stole to the 1?"
window. Looking out, they saw the to
two men at a lower window. The older Ele
boy fired two shots, and the men started dre
to run around the corner of the bouse. ei
Hastening into another room, three
more allots were fired at the men, just ^
lis they clambered over the brick wall "jo
into the alley. ?f 1
Running down this alley till they ?tr(
came to Alley C, they ran south on that
towards Twenty-third street. *
It is not thought any of the shots took J*?
effect. Shortly after the firing and while f hi
currence, OfficerTruschel appeared, hav- un'
ing been attracted by the shooting, lie n,a
learned the story, and at once sent word
to headquarters, and the night force was
instructed to keep a sharp lookout for
suspicious characters. shr
SUSPICIOUS CUAKACTBKS SRBX LATELY. ,. }
*?? ....... i,,o?
1111. llUlilllXilll IUIU IUOII ??? fyj|(
ncction with his son's stories of the 'pj,
lending part in the sensation, of an ex- i,U|
perience that ho hail last Saturday after- ?.
noon, which taken in connection onc
with laMt night's occurrence, is u1(,
significant. He had occasion to go out jje,
into his stable in the afternoon, ami wa
while there heard voices in a subdued Bj(j
conversation in Alley C, in the rear. Jt ncr
suddenly occurred to him to see who 0f,
these persons were, and opening the f|,(
same door the burglars lrnd forced last ext
January, he saw two men standing near. p0j
Both were strangers to him. One was jer
tall, the other shorter. Both were wj,
roughly dressed and wore blue llannel 0f
shirts.* One of them had a scrap of ?m
paper in his hands.
Mr. Hoffmann asked them what they (ior
wanted, having his suspicious aroused jCj
by the evident surprise of the men when jng
he opened the door. j)rt.
The taller one answered that ho was 0f t
showing his friend where the policeman
was killed last winter; his friend had
read of that affair and had expressed a
curiosity to see the place.
Those who heard this told last night
were struck by several coincidences. 1
Some expressed the belief that the two ant
men fired at were the same ones who j,CI1
killed Glenn last January, for which
crime Christie and Kelly are now in jail. J
Others save utterance to the belief be
that this sccond attempt was made by con
the confederates of Christie and Kelly, j??
in the hone of throwinir doubt on the ?i.?
evidence against the two men, with a 0f ?
view to improving their chances for get- ext
tin# a new trial. . Iv t
.Mr. Hoffmann said very positively in r(,n
this connection that Kelly and Christie juhj
were the ones who were at his place in ?0l
January; of that he felt sure; this (>an
second visit might possibly have been jjn(
made by friends of the two in jail. tjie
It is "certainly a singular coincionce ftj0]
that a second attempt should lie made ,.tri
to rob a prominent citizen's residence on W0]
the night of the same day that the two tjov
men convicted of a similar offense, and j,
in connection with that offense, of the flov
murder of an officer, art* discov- nmi
ered preparing to escape from waf
jail. The question naturally arises, did wjt
not Kelly and Christie have willingand W0]
trusted confederates on the outside who j,
would have been on hand to assist (jnn
their escape at the tiino set for the ^10
delivery, had not the plan been tj,0
frustrated? And failing to meet their tj,e
mends, might not these two mysterious ?Ujj
strangers have attempted to carry out jll8t
the work their brothers in crime were nl0]
Attempting wlien discovered six months ^
TtlRV AIM TO SAVE Tl.UK, l'ec
\ New Prooeil ure Uncduuiiendoil to Conn, was
cil?Hotel Llc-fliiaua, cto. but
The Council Committee 011 Ordin- son:
uncos met at the Public Building last sevi
evening and gave its attention to several
matters that had been referred to it. hee
rhere were present Messrs. Dobbins, was
chairman: Tracy, McKown and Max- this
well and Solicitor Caldwell. por
A resolution introduced by Mr, Buck- get!
Liian, calling for an ordinance governing bad
hotels by providing for a graded hotel loss
license to be in accordance to the value gro'
jf the property and number of rooms, the
was after a short discussiou laid 011 the 1'
able, the members not deeming it ad- ^ur
disable to legislate on this matter. evei
The ordinances presented in Council desl
it thejast meeting granting the Wheel- tral
ngarid the Citizens railway companies the
:ertaiu rights and privileges in the lower Can
;nd of the Eighth ward, and referred to tain
.his committee for report as to the ad vis- ting
ibility of missing the ordinances, were to ri
ntiuiilpri'il nml iinimitnoiislv ntinroviwl. has
The remonstonce of, the Natural Gas ingl
Company of West Virginia against the
granting to the Citizens' Gas Company,
i new concern, privileges that are conitrued
by the West Virginia people to
>e in direct violation of the provisions of
ho contract made by the city with theui 11
n their ordinance, and which was re- fron
erred to this committee for report as to Ale:
vhethcr the city was overstepping itself eri
n dealing with the Citrous' Company,
vas next taken up. There were present wfts
epresenting the West Virginia Com- able
>any, at the invitation of Chairman fenc
)obbins, Messrs. W. H. Ilearno and thea
Llfred Caldwell. Nothing was done, \vhi
lowever, beyond resolving to ask Conn- Ver\
il for permission to employ n lawyer to mou
idvise the committee. Solicitor Cald- faiie
rell is a stockholder in the West Vir- \\
inia Company, and it would not be ou8
irooer for him to act in this case. rush
The committee then settled down anil unu?
tut in an hour listening to the changes ban)
uggestec] by Sojicitor Caldwell, in the at &
rdfnanoe establishing rules for the gov- necc
ming of Council. Tnis amending or- Lcat
linance will be reported to Council this cour
vening. The main purpose contained jjj ,
a this ordinance is to enable Council to wirrj
aake eh an gen in long ordinances with- field
ut heinir obliiredtn ?it throni/h a nieht iinn
earing an entire ordinance road twice (jftm
hen only n few words are to be Xt
hanged. The new ordinance will be two
ceouimended for passage. two
Th? Only Perfect Itemed? jit th
>r habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and that
inured ills is the famous California threi
quid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It mail
:rungthens as well as cleanses the sys- pan}
sin, it is easily takep, and perfectly extei
armless. Sold oy Loean & Co., Anton accu
. Iiess, Ii. B. Burt, and CJ. Menkumeller. the \
t Belloire by M. N. Mercer. of ai
Tn* pionic to be given by the Wheel- eortl
ig Turner Association at Seibert's Gar? and
en to-day has been postponed until that
bursday, July 12. unsu
flT Ml RAMI
itorm which Continued Steadily
all the Day
D LATE INTO THE NIGHT.
|>n Injured, Natural Ca? Maim
udaiitfcrcd, llailrnad Travel
Impelled and Oilier Damage
Done?A Sewer Caves In.
he steadiest and heaviest rainfall foi
ug time occurred in this section yes
lay, commencing early in the mornand
continuing with varying force,
without cessation, until after mid<
t times the rain fairly fell in sheets
the storm, from all accounts, preed
all over the country from one U.
hundred miles about Wheeling. V
oubtful if a larger amount of watei
laui'u hi luin mruwuu 111 uuu uuv il
lust twenty years. Little stream!
e converted into torrents and largei
, rapidly swollen.
n tho city the sewers were in man)
. es unable to curry otr the accumula
is'of water, and sidewalks were over
red and the water backed into eellan
I basements. At tho intersection o
rket and Sixteenth streets the watei
ned a small lake, of sufficient volutin
lloat a large pole belonging to tin
ctric Company a distance of one hun
d feet, and it was left when the watei
titled lving across the corner of tin
<tom House pavement.
in all the streets leading down fron
hills the gutters were yellow torrent
nud, and at the intersections of crosi
jots mud and stones were left pilet
the dozens of cart loads.
'lie rain coming so soon after otlie
ivy rains, taxed the sewers severely
0 one on Twelfth street west of Mar
, became stopped with sand and grave
Lil the water was dammed up in a bij
88. The sewer was too weak to stone
! load, and burst, flooding Gaus's bar
shop, under the Franklin Insuranc
mpany's olllce, several feet deep witl
ny mud and water. Tho cellar o
Uiam Hare He Son's plumbing estali
iment and that of John Sheekcy'
rjon, adjoining, were also Hooded
e damage in either case is not heav)
1 the accident was very annoying.
Superintendent of Streets warden n
:o put a railing around tho hole whicl
i cave-in caused in tho street. Thi
it enlarging until last evening tlier
b a hole as big as a house in the nortl
e of the street extending halfwa;
oks the sidewalk, tho large flagstone
ivhich fell into the cavernous opening
e earth had been washed out to th
ent of scores of cart loads. The sain
nt has been the scene of similar acci
its before, the steepness of the stree
ich this sewer drains and theamoun
earth washed down from the hill
king it peculiarly liable to damage.
Phis was the only serious damag
le, beyond washouts of banks an*
>osits of mud on sidewalks and cross
s. The results of the storiu will bo i
tty heavy tax on the contingent fun<
he Board of l'ublio Works.
THE, STORM GENERAL.
tho Stream* Swollen?Tho Cro|>?-ltnll
t is an old saying among river rnei
I weather sages that when the Ohio'i
id-waters are rising and Wheelinj
L'k also running out there is likely t<
a great ireshot, This is but an un
scions and roundabout way of say
that a general rain makes more watei
n a local one. This significant stat<
iflairs existed yesterday to an unusua
ent. Wheeling creek swelled rapid
o immense proportions and its cur
t (lashed under the bridges injhe cit}
< night with a noise that seemed omi
ib. At the Hame time passengers win
10 in on the Baltimore <fc Ohio mail
} from the East yesterday said thai
rain was as heavy and nersistent al
ng the road as here, ana all the littli
lams putting into the Monongaheh
re unusually swollen; likewise thpsi
ving west into the Ohio.
'ences were damaged, bottoms over
red ami growing crops ruined, ant
ay rafts and piles of lumber wer<
ihed away, while others were savet
11 difficulty by prompt and liartl
11 this county it is estimated that tin
iingo to crops and fences will react
nsands of dollars. Over the rivei
streams were equally swollen, an<
injury as great. The river wai
er of drift, picces of fences and treei
night than it htta been for many 0
he damage to railroad tracks was nol
jreat in this vicinity as was to be ex
ted. Trains were delayed moro 01
i on all roads by muu and stone*
ihed from the hills upon the tracks,
all managed to get through. In
le nlaces wagon roads were Hooded
ural feet deep.
'own the river the rain seems to have
n accompanied by heavy wind, which
i not the case here. Damage irom
i source to trees and fences is reted
there. The rain and wind to*
ler also beat down the oats and hay
ly, and in this way canned severe
. Potatoes were washed from the
ind, and corn broken and dashed to
he Washington, Pa., Reporter says:
ing the thunder storm of Sunday
ning lightning set fire to and partially
iroyod the switch board at the Centelephone
office. From his room on
opposite side of the street, George
stein saw the board ablaze, and obinir
entrance to the room exdished
it. The warning in regard
inging up Central during a storm
not been hooded. It is an exceedy
DAMAGE TO OAS MAINS.
Went Virginia Coni|>nii)''n Line*In Danger?Tli*
Storm out the Pike.
ho reports o[ tbo storm received
1 points between here and West
mmler,1 out along tho Notional road,
o all to the effect that tho rain
steady and hard and that considerdnmnge
had been done to crops,
es and roads. It was easy to believe
in rt>nnrtR nft<?r tnkinrr n lnnl- nt
eeling creek Inst night. Its rise was
' rapid, giving evidence of the enoris
quantity of water that must have
oods' run, one of the most treacherof
streams, rose ns if by magic and
ied out into the creek, a roaring volof
water that mined out cuts in its
cs, cutting into the Woods' run road
omo points in a manner that will
ssitate extensive repairing. AbouV
herwood the many turns in the
?e of the creek created eddies that
lamage. A number of fences were
ed away and shocked grain in the
suffered not a little. Other vegetawns
beat down and otherwise
aged by the wash.
< Klin Grove the coming together of
llbdVU vnlnninn a( iil..
?viuiuio ui nuil'l ilUlU IUU
brandies of tho creek made a roar
was heard for some distance. Out
e "8" bridge there wag aheavy wash
as late as 11 o'clock last nigut was
uteninir to>do serious injury to tho
? pipe Tine of the Natural Gas Com'
of West Virginia. Just what tho
nt of the wash-out is could not be
ratoly learned, owing to tho fact that
vaters were still too high to permit
u investigation. It was known,
iver, that the line had had tho
i washed away irom above, below
about it in so thorough a manner
quite a stretch was left hanging,
pported, except where it entered
the ground that had not been washed.
To add to this dangerous condition of
things a large sycamore tree that stood
near the bridjre was washed out and
jammed up against the exposed pipe.
As soon as this was Iearneu, word
was sent to the wells an<J the pressure
considerably reduced. Tho repair force
was put under orders to be ready to
turn out as soon as called and constant
- communication was kept up between
the stations all night.
, This company had a narrow escape
from another break at Jonathan's ravine,
at the upper end of the city. There
was a heavy wash there, exposing the
line, but props were gotten under in
time to avert any trouble.
. Serious Damage to Kailroaii*?A Treatle
At Martin's Ferry, as usual, the streets
| leading down from the bill were badly
washed by the water, and the C. & P.
railroad track at every street crossing
| was covered deep with gravel and sand,
j The dirt on Hanover street that had just
, been oiled un after ln?t w?>nk'n at/irm
was washed back again over the track.
r The 1:20 train going east was delayed
i in the vicinity of the depot for several
, hours. Clark's run, as usual, was swelled
to overflowing, and carried a large
pile of dirt and rubbish over the railroad
there. The C., L. & W. railroad, which
r heretofore has always escaped damage
- from storms ut this' point, is in a bud
condition to-day. As the passenger
3 train was making the two o'clock trip
f to Bridgeport yesterday afternoon the
r engineer was given a warning signal by
i a lad named Charley Hull just as the
3 engine was approaching the trestle
- work near the keg and barrel
r factory. The train was stopped about fifty
j yards from a point where six of the
large piles under the trestle had been
i washed from their sockets by the swols
len run. that passes through the culvert,
n under the track. The lowlands between
1 the wine cellar and the orchard were
soon tilled with water from the little
r streams running through them, and the
. water burst out the mouth of the cul
vert with terrible force, carrying the
1 banks and willows for a distance of fifk'
teen feet on both sides with it. The
I piles on which the trestle rests are all
- driven over ten feet in the ground, and
r six of them were washed so loose that a
i man could shake the trestle from the
if top by swinging his body to and fro.
The place was visited by railroad otUs
cials and declared unsafe, and the train
I. was backed to the depot, where it
', will lie until the damage is repaired,
which will take some time, as longer
t niles will have to be driven in place ol
b the loosened ones.
s The boy,' Hull, deserves credit for
u hailing the engineer, for had the train
li attempted to cross at its usual rate oi
y speed, it would no doubt have been pres
cipitated ovorthe trestle into the river
below, a distance of fifty feet,
u Keports caiue from points out the C.,
0 L. & \Y. railroad that several washouts
- had been caused on the railroad by tho
t heavy rain. A washout at Tippecanoe
t delayed trains for a little while, and at
s Flushing tunnel trains were held for
about an hour.
e Up along the C. & P. road, on the Ohio
1 side, the past twenty-four hours have
'* been marked by a steady downpour of
n rain, tloing great damage to crops and
1 obstructing small railroad bridges with
washings of stone and gravel to such an
extent that all trains are delayed. Appearances
are ominous of a large swell
. in the Ohio, as all the streams from both
sides are putting out strongly.
1 WHOLE TOWN'S FLOODED.
9 The Storm at UniontoWn nn<l other Point*.
' Train* Delayed.
5 PiTTHBunan, July 1).?The continuous
rainfall of the past twenty-four hours
" has resulted in numerous washouts on
r the railroads leading to this city, and
j trains were badly delayed to-night,but as
. far as known there were no serious
- accidents. Many of the small streams at
; the headwaters of the Allegheny,Monon
gahelia and Youghiogheny rivers have
} overflowed their banks, causing considi
erable damage to all property. The rivt
ere are rising rapidly to-ni^ht, but it is
1 not anticipated that they will reach flood
3 HUI^IH. j;uuu uuuuu); aingu IH IUUKUU
i for, however, and the coul men arc prej
paring their craft for a large shipment
of coal to the Western and Southern
- ports. .It is estimated that nearly ten
I million bushels of the black diamonds
; will be started down the river in the
I next forty-eight hours.
I A Uniontown, Pa., Post special says:
Redstone creek has broken its bounds
and submerged all the low lands of the
i town, and hundreds of people are standr
ing on the bridges watching the angry
I waters sweep by. Men are carrying
} women out of their houses to higher
i grounds, and several feet of water is
t standing in the houses.
At Leith, the whole place is subt
merged and the trains are running
through several feet of water, while the
rising water threatens to raise the
i houses from their foundation*.
, At Bradford tho yard tracks were
i washed out and twenty feet of water is
1 standing in a cut of the Baltimore &,
Ohio railroad. Two railroad bridges
from above town have been carried
i away and lodged against a trestle in
The Uniontown express i3 still lying'
here, being unable to proceed further
south for washout*. The rain is still
pouring down, but it is thought the
worst is past. The rain will do much
uuuiugu to uiu growing crops, especially
corn, which is badly washed out io many,
At Washington, Pa., there was a tcrri-1
ble rain storm, which Hooded cellars and
THE STUKM AT PAKKEKSltUM.
(treat Damage Done?Two Live* Lout In the
Parkeusburo, W. Va., July 9.?Two!
destructive storms have visited this section
during the pust two days. Bain
and thunder, lightning and hail, with
violent winds swept a territory within a
radius of thirty-five miles, doing u large I
amount of damage. A ride through the
territory yesterday showed bridges
swept away, buildings unroofed, trees
and fences down and crops in a deplorable
condition. This is between here and
.Athens, 0., and along the Little Kanawha
and Ohio rivers, two fatalities are
reported. John Thompson, a farmer,
was instantly killed by lightning. Howard
James attempted to ford a swollen
stream at the accustomed place and was
washed down with the torrent. Lost
night the second storm added to the
destruction. Trees were blown down
here, cellars flooded, foundations undermined,
and a large amount of damage
done. Several incnes of rain fell, rustling
through the streets like a mill race.
Hoads were washed out and telegraph
lines prostrated so that news ol the acti)al
damage outside is coming in slowly.
Dnniage in Indian*.
IvniANAPOLIi, July 0.?Advices from
Montpelier, Ind., state that a terrific
wind and hail storm, followed by rain,
passed near there Saturday evening,
leveling fences, trees and small buildings.
Hail fell in great quantities and
the corn crop in the line of the storui if*
damaged to the extent of thousands of
A Road Washed Out.
Wabash, Ind., July 9.?Reports from
the great rain storm which sw ept over
this section Saturday evening show that
the damage is greater than at first re
ported. Washouts are numerous and
has suffered considerable. The Cincinnati,
Wabash A Michigan Railway roadway
was bqdly wiished out.
Bloomisoto*, III., July 0.?1This section
was once mow deluged yesterday,
rain falling steadily and heavily from II
a. mf until late at night.
THE GOVERNMENT TESTS
Prof. H. A. Mott was emp
ment to analyze the various bal
to determine which was the bet
government use. After a can
ation, he affirms it as his ju<
undoubtedly the purest and n
made. Prof. Mott, in his repo:
"The Royal Baking Powi
have so found it in many testi
pany and the U. S. Governmen
' "I will go still further and
facilities that company have f<
cream of tartar, and for other r
proper proportions of the san
preparation, tne itoyai uakin
the purest and most reliable b;
publio. Dn. IIEU
Tlio Former WIiin nil Ovor tlio Country, k
Hull Note*. I g
The heavy ruin yesterday prevented n
the Wheeling and Toledo teams from
playing at Island park. There is some p
talk of yesterday's game and to-day's Jj
game being both played to-day.! ^
The * playing of either game, j 0i
to say nothing of both, will T
depend, however, on the state of the i is
weather and the condition of the ol
grounds, which are thoroughly soaked, fr
A warm sun and some wind this morn- j h
ing would mako them suitable by this : gi
afternoon. | ri
Kain also interfered with all the other j t\
Tri-State League games scheduled for ir
yesterday at Columbus. Manslied, Zancs- rj
villeand Canton. At Canton it is ex- b;
1>ected to play two games with Sand us- ri
:y to-day. It was therefore no disadvantage
to Wheeling that she was not able
pu inuy yl-biciuuj.
The rain was so general that only two g
hig games of ball were played yesterday.
At Chicago, Boston beat Chicago by a
score of 4 to 3, and at Detroit Washing- tr
ton beat Detroit by a score ofto 2.
Hum Hull Brief*. IV
Manager F. H. Mountain and thirteen
other members of the ^Toledo" team, in- gi
eluding Elias Peak, who formerly played i
second base for W heeling, arrived here! q
yesterday morning and registered at the I
otamm. The rain preventing the play-!.
ing of the game scheduled for yesterday,!
they spent the time lounging and rest- .
It is believed that a good crowd could
be attracted in Pittsburgh to see Wheel- to
iug's team play the Pittsburgh League
team after the regular championship w
seasons are over, l'ittsburghers appear lu
to take more interest in the Wheelingj
club] than in any of the other Tri-State' hj
League members. The coaching duet
as done by Crogan and Van Zant, with j
an occasional obligatu a la fakir from ',
Yaik, would be a feature that would at I ,
least t'luonain n riusourgu auuience.
All Sort* of Locnl New* anil tioMip from
the ClliiNH City.
The Ohio Valley Foundry started up in er
full yesterday. ar
Michael Donahue left yesterday for an
Aspiu, Colorado. F:
Miss Bessie Miller, of Gravel Hill, is Kc
down with the fever.
Sixteen of the Goblet company's em- Gi
ployes went to Findlay yesterday. of
Rev. W. S. Campbell is a great deal
better. So word was received by friends
Mrs. Wilson Morrion and son, W. S.,
are at J. C. Morrison's, in the Fourth
W. S. Van Horn has moved to Bridge- 0j
port, having gotten a job 011 the C.,'L. &
Luke Gavin had a linger severely
mashed in the C. & P. yard Saturday in jei
heading a barrel.
Albert W. Kennon, of St. Clairsville, Gi
was down Saturday and appraised the ni]
effects of the late Robert Courtney. 03
Governor Foraker will renew Andrew
Roder's commission as railroad police- rr
inun lierc. The old one has run out. fj,
Phil Helsley left yesterday morning cu
for White Sulphur .Springs afoot. He
wants to see the country and people m,
W. C. Warnock, 'of the Democrat, is hi
hack again at his desk, after having been ya
two weeks in the country for his health. Ci
He is a great deal better.
A. C. Morgan, n conductor on the C.
P. Railroad, was struck on tho head j
by a car accidentally on Saturday and a ^
bad gash cut over his eye. ba
The Bellaire Goblet Company made !}",
its last shipment of glass from "JJellaire be
yesterday. The next shipments by N<>
them will be made from Finulay.
Dr. McCullough's horse ran away on PJi
Sunday evening. A dog ran underlain $
and frighteneu him. Tho horse was fo<:
pretty oadly bruised, and the buggy J-Jl
Michael Cowan, a machinist at the _
UEtna Manufacturing Company here,
died at his home in the Third ward Sunday
morning. He was buried from St.
i John's Church yesterday.
Lou Munn, a brother of William
Munn, ami formerly of this place, is r
here from Richmond, Ya. lie lias been t*p
working iti a mill there, and making ^
good wages, but could not stand ho many to i
Democrats. lie says it is a great won- ,r<)
derthey did not string him up, he was
such a Republican. loti
BUign or tlie Wnter mid Movement* of tb? _Jj
Tho Courier is this morning's Parkersburg
packet. Her hour of departure is
Tho steamer Fashion will pass down bus
at an earlv hour this morning on her
way from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati.
The Elaine passed down at p. m. en ss
route to Farkeraburg on her return from
her usual Sunday trip to Pittsburgh. ^
The W. N. Chancellor is still running \\
in the trade between Pittsburgh and ?
Cincinnati. She will pass down at an gj
early hour tjiia morning. oitii
Lapt. Leo Anshutz, 01 Pittsburgh, is ufi
hero on the lookout I6r a steamer thai ""
will suit his purposes tor the excursion 5IS
business about Pittsburgh. J?i
The Abner O'Neal, running in the Lil
trade of tho C. W. Batclielor while that
steamer ia laid up here for require, will
leave for Pittsburgh this morning at 8 -vi
The steamer Andes arrived here from Tl
Cincinnati about 0 o'clock last evening. KJJjj
She had a fair freight trip on board and mm
her passenger list showed a good hum- ?*?
ness in that line. Capt. Charlie Muhle- 100
man was in command as usual and clever m
ESTABLISH ITS ABSO.
loyed by the U. 8. Governing
powders of tlie market,
it and most economical for
sful and thorough exam inIgraent
that the Royal is
lost reliable baking powder
ler is absolutely pure, for I
3 made both for that comt.
. state that, because of the
Dr obtaining perfectly pure
easons dependent upon the
le, and the method of its
g Powder is undoubtedly
iking powder offerd to the
'RY A. MOTT, Ph. D."
Late U. B. Government Chanut.
[nrt Noll is still to be fouiul in the
dice. The Andes will leave here on
er return trip at:io'clock this afternoon,
hippcrs should report their consignlents
as early jus possible.
The river commenced rising at this
oint about noon yeaterdav and by dusk
ad come tip over a foot. Yho marks on
?e levee indicated a depth of ofeet !
iches. There will probably he a depth
f not less than 10 feet by this morning,
he river by reason of recent showers
i in the best of shape to feel the Hin ts
f the heavy rainfall of the past twenty>nr
hours. The rain is understood to
avo been general all along tin* Mononihela
valley, and all the small trihutaes
to that stream and the streams Ik*.
veen here and Pittsburgh emptying
lto the Ohio are booming out at a lively
ite. The result will he a coal boat ami
urge stage of water that will probably
such ut least IS or L'O feet.
olng n-Finhlnj;?SI?kn?nH?1'ornoiinl iiikI
Charley Franzell has left on a western
ip for S. W. Woodcock.
Meister Bros, have removed into their
ww room in Oglebuy hloek.
Miss Klsie Hull, of Pittsburgh, is the
lest of Miss Nannie Duncan.
George Elliott and wife have gone to
leveland to visit their parents.
The wife of ex-Mayor Charles Junkins
quite ill at her home in Kirkwood.
A small child of Mr. Charles Turner
seriously ill with cholera infantum.
Misses Kate and Annie Kuliii leave
i-day for Medina, Ohio, to visit friends.
Mr. N. KuUn has placed two line
eather signals 011 his large new ice
Dr. W. S. Fisher has been confined to
s room for over a week with a serious
Fred. Dates, of Baltimore, who has
Jen visiting Fred. Smith for several
iys, leaves for Cincinnati to-day.
John Kulin, Frank Ilathawav, Charles
'. Woodcock, F. L. Smith ami St. Clair
lexander # leave to-day for the .St.
iwrence river to fish and hunt.
Klius Williams and family, John .S'0111io
and William Bissell, of Cunonsburg,
e hero visiting friends. Mr. Williams
id family attended the wedding of Mr.
red Dillman and Miss Bertha Neinin*
ir, last week.
Hon. Hops J. Alexander, I'.li I .vie,
L'orge MeKee. Dr. Cooke and a number
In...... ir. ..w.^... t. .. .1... Ut'.ll
iter. The party will leave by special
nveyance ami are well equipped with
I the necessary cooking utensils and
ihing tackle to complete a good caiup.
Mr. Lucian Martin and wife, formerly
this city, now of Fostoria, are the
lests of friends and relatives here.
The Orchard base hall cluh went t<? '
t. Pleasant Saturday and defeated the
itding club there by a score of to 4.
The Ked Stockings defeated the
rumhlers, of Wheeling, on tho Furice
grounds Saturdav, by a score of
Messrs. Jacob Lolz, Thomas 1'arker,
arry Humphrey ville, Charles Kuckuck
d Dave Kay are visiting the fishing
tups from here on the Stillwater.
Capt. L. W. Inglehright left yesterday
urning for Cincinnati in his yacht,
trprise. A number from here joined
m on the trip. lie will keep the
cht at that city for hire during tlfo
I'hllmlnlpliin I'r ivInioii Market.
'hiladetrilu, I'a.,* July Klt'iir quirt.
icat firm; No. 2red 91,'ie; No. J ml July
i; AUKUKt Wr%i?bC'|^c; .September .1"!?
rSHjoiSyc. Corn. f.|x)t higher; future* IiIkIk*
tquiet: No. 2 yellow 00c; No. mlxe-l July
u>"e; A>JKU?t bitCi'Mc; September nv ;
lober Out*, firm: future* .unlur.
. 2 mlxeoay*:; No. 1 loixeil in1/, N.I. f-l
ly 4lHo: Aii?Uht asVfic; September u ? V :
lolMir I'mvl.iMH. II,.-'
me fi l M; family 810 f>0itl7 uo. Ham*. Mimb-d
iaiake. Jjird muadjr; re lined y.OOtt'J.ftOc; hteuin
Sc. flutter llrin: crcttmcry fXlrn 'J* :
tory I lAl/il^c. Kkk* llrm; western first" I7? .
ifvilull mid lower; Ohio Hut* T'^'.e.
(Ji.KitK'H OrncK. i
City of Wiiksmng, J uly l*tf. / 4
'ubllc notice I* hereby Riven to nil pmoti* Indited
that the AMewir* elected l?y tlx* < <
??f the city of Wheeling huve comi?lcted their
cumentfor the year and made return tlnwi
my office. Any penoiiM wishing t<? ai'jwal
ui Milil uMcssment <?r <Iei<iritiKnnv?"tn n?>t??
<ht will ni.|K.ar Mt the City JiuiiilliiK ??'"fi*
Hoard of Equalization un<l A|ij?cali "ii the
l? day of July, lH;w, nt \t o'clock n. tu.. ?? die
I Board will meet at that time at the -..nl
y Hulldititc, to hear all objection* w
sment and revise and correct the nihh-.
FRANK W. IlOW Mi-.
3 City Clerk.
ntll further notice we will close our plarc of
ilncas at fl:30 p. m., Saturdays excepted.
F. W. UA I'M Kit A < "
IJ A N T ED- PUKCIIASKK I OK
T itecotid-linii'l Hewllitf Machine W"-"11f
cheap. Call on A. BTL'MI' A -,,N"
irentli Htrvct, uuxt door to I'aii-Uandl'.' t;-?- t
MTCn MEN timvll our flood* In Ohio
Hiljoinlni; ruinitlcn. Will l1*/
1 salary mid all expense*. Write l?r
Mtnto Milarv wauled. SIX)AS >V CO., MaJiu*
urcrt. .">! (forge direct, Cincinnati. Ohio.
rOl'ICE TO STOCKHOLM:!!*.
10 ftnnu?] mectlDff of the El?on ?!*>* lonijr
lor the election of five (r>) director* nn-i '"
iwwtlono! kUch other htialncM *" tuny re"e
their Mttotitlori. will In- held nt th?-oil < '
.y,-. Tuesday morning, July lu. lw ?'
('UAH. J. GILL, Secretary.
akti.h'm Pjuuiy, o., J line 7. l??.
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