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Geo. M, Snook & Co.
1110 MAIN ST.
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Jn Kcmnaut I?ola, to make room for New Goods a
to arrive. i
Alw? it full line (?t Kcaiionnble Goods on baud,
ntmiitv mi,! i'fh .in in suli tho time#. at ti
1123 Main Street. v
Millinery. 1
JVow Felt Derbies lu Cream, Red,
Brown, Itlueky Navy and Mobelin, re- (
ceivcd lo-dny. r
'i'lio correct Idea for Immediate wear.
('all and seo them. '
A. L. RICE & CO.
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Sje Intelligencer. I
Ol)li:u: Num. !45 mid "7 Fourtooutli '/
New AdvurtUcmenta. a
Wanted?Energetic CauvuMcrs. :
Notice?WJlllam l'luw.
.Muks For .Sale?Ijui^'lifln Nail Co.
TIjo Wheeling Fruit Jar?Ewiug liros. I
Edcu i'urk School. .
(.mud Kxeundou to the Sat. ^
Jietliel C'laiMficul mul Military Academy. C
1'rojxxaU for bridge*?Hoard of Public Works, s
Lnku Ktlo Seminary, I'alucsvllle, O.
List of Letter*. t,"Jtniu
Fair Notice?'\\\ if. Audcr?on.
William A mutton#?1'rofcsMir of the Piauo- .
Forte. , 1
For Cincinnati?Steamer l.mjls A. Shcrlcy. s
Wanted at Once??J Blotto Mucous?Fourth r
itolfgloiin Notices?Fourth nape. ?
Wanted at Ouce?Colored Walters?Fourth a
500 Pair Children's Pants at 25 els. .
500 Children's Suits at $1, worth $2.
Hoys' School Suits at $2. * 1 k $5. "
Hoys* School Suits with long punts,
*2 50, $.1. ?4, $5 and *?, at 11
1140 .Main Street.
A full Hue of light-weight Serges, Pin C
Cheek* and Drap do Etes, which we are I
prepared to make up in the best style at t
rcasouablo prices. n
Halbrlggan Underwear at $1 00 a ?
Sail and upwards. Fancy Flannel Shirts
at 50 cents aud upwards, at /
?'. HESS Jc SONS', '
1321 & 1!J2tf Market Street. (
WE have tho only successful machine ]t
and method of demagnetizing watches ,]
in West Virginia a
JACOH W. (JKUBB, Jeweler, Y(
Cor. Twelfth & Market Ms. j,
Tliurinonifltvr l(?nord. 'J
The thermometer at Schnepf's drug
store, Onora Houso corner, yesterday,
registered as follows: j
7 a. m m I 8 p. m R.i {,
ui m. 70 7 in in 75 i
1*2 m - - K2 I weather?Fair. 1
Wontlmr Indication*. ?
Washington, D. Cm August 25.?For J
Western Pennsylvania and West Vir- 1
ginia, fair and slightly warmer weather, {
southwesterly winds, brisk along the ^
lakes' ^ j
A AIuii'm !.? ? Hrokon. f
"Go away from home to hear the x
news." The Hellaire Independent cliron- f
icles an accident of which no mention $
luis been heard here, and of which no- r
body hero knows anything. That paper o
says: David Tarr, a window gloss worker, 1
of this city, was \ip at Wheeling yester- i;
day, and veniureu out upon wuui> <a mi a
of "the B. & 0. bridge to get a good viow
of the ruins, lie hud been imbibing,
and only took a few steps when he fell j,
between the ties and broke one of his [j
legs. The injured man was brought to ,,
bis home in this city in the afternoon, <3
the fracture reduced and the unfortunate u
Turr made to feel as eomfortabe as pos- r
sible. Tarr is a young umn, and when t!
drinking is more or less reckless. tt
Tl?? Hot?! Wliirinor. j'
Mr. K. B. Carney, manager of the new 1,
??? ?*?- ?-l i. .l,n Ut I,ntw.it
IIOICI Wlliuaur, iuiiiilu; mi?<
is busy as a beaver getting his pretty
houso'ready to open to thu public early
next week. lie has a charming house
iu ?'very respect, and if ho could secure ,
a good painting of the view from his
front windows, he would got all the
trade, Mr. A. J. Adams, late of the
postoHice, lias accepted a position as
night clerk. Ho will be a valuable man P
iu that position.
Mr. J. Asby Cunningham, who for the
past four years has been clerk at the ^
Quoon City hotel, at Cumberland, has
resigned his position thero and arrived
here last night to accept a like position
under Manager CarneJ'.
Hand Turn 8hueii.
Ladies, see our $2 50 and $3 00 extra
light hand sewed button; workmanship S|
guaranteed. J. W. Amick & Co.,
1143 Main Btreet
8am Small will beat the Camp Grounds p
to-morrow and will preach at 10:30 a. ^
in. and 7:30 p. m. ^
.Stiupki) and Plaid French Flannel for ?,*
hlouso waists. Forty and lorty-?ix-luch w
Henrietta Cloths in all the new coloring,
at Kmsiikimkh's,
Eleventh street.
? m
Fos the largest line of Dress Goods go Li
to Stone <& Thomas'. . ui
UUn of Miuor Mumeut tn and About 1 ]
the City.
Fhkd. II is km an left yesterday mornu
for u trip down the Ohio river to 11
[loop it up for the Stato Fair next
The members of the Jack Bass Fishg
club called on Col. Jacob Nunge tq
tmreday evening and presented him 1ith
a gold-headed cane.
the Democratic-Mate Lomnmuie una t\<
itablished its oilice in the Keilly block,
i the room on the Fourteenth street
[Ie just over the entrance.
Thk usual meetings for voung men
ill be held ut the Young Men's Chrisan
Association building at 8 o'clock
lis evening and 4 o'clock Sunday afteraon.
Thk Board of County Commissioners y<
ent out yesterday 'to locate the new ^
ridge on the West L'uion & Koney's ..
oint road where it crosses Middle
Wheeling creek, in place of tho bridge w
ashed away Juiy ID. Ji
A. Ward, mate of the steamer Elaine, tr
hich arrived late Thursday night, had \y
is watch stolen from him while he slept.
le says when the boat arrived he no- sa
ced a suspicious looking stranger loaf- w
ig around, who he thinks is the guilty w
arty. a
There was no Council meeting last tc
ight. Tho Hoard of Public Work was tl
ot prepared to make the report which w
, was desired to consider at this meetjg,
and as tho regular meeting will be u
eld next Tuesday evening, it was con- ?
luded to call no session until then. C
- si
trangrrji In the City and Wheeling I'eople a;
Abroad. ij
Mr. George iWJso and family are home v
roin Chautauqua. ' ai
Mrs. C. A. Gates, of Charleston, is vis- y
dug friends in this city.
F. W. Baumer anil John K. Mendel
ave returned Trom a trip East.
William 11. Garrett, wife and daughter u
fere registered at the Stamm yesterday. ^
Kev. C. B. Graham and family have
eturned from a pleasant trip to Charles- a
an. ci
Col. Frank Johnson has returned from
month's fishing trip in tho waters of
lampshire county. H|
Rev. Dr. C. P. Masden will preach at V
he Fourth atrdet M. K. Church to-uiorow
morning and evening.
Mr. Frank Vaught, of Nteubenvillo,
ras in town yesterdav and made several u
ileasaut calls' on his friends.
Mr. John Moruu arrived fioin the
Vest yesterday to attend the funeral of y
is staler. which takes nlaee to-day. i,
Capt. \V. II. Irwin, who hits been 0
pending several weeks at Lake Chaiiauqua,
will return to hisquarteis at the
tamm to-day. n
Mr. Dana L. Hubbard, forinorly a a
veil known newspaper man here, now ?|
f the Indianapolis Journal, is visiting b
elatives in the city. J
Mrs. Frank AV. Kn in merer and son p
tave returned fo their home in Chicago a
iter a pleasant visit to Mrs. Kammerer's ft
nother, Mrs. E. A. Hildrcth. g
Mr. Julius Ca'sar Ilohnes, 01* Washing- ?
on. General Superintendent of Repairs V
f Public Buildings and Grounds, was 1
n the city yesterday a short time en J'
oute East.
Jlev. F. W. E. Peschau will preach in J,
lion's Lutheran church on Market street,
'entre Wheeling, to-morrow morning, M
,nd at the Third Presbyterian churen ^
o the evening.
Hon. T. Perry Jacobs, of 2sew .Mar- |j
inaville, was in the city last evening. tl
Ir. Jacobs in his canvass for the Circuit ?
'ourt judgeship against Judge Thomas \\
itealcy is meeting with gratifying en- li
ouragement. a
Bev. E. II. Pornblascr? pastor of the
Cnglish Lutheran church, and familv, ii
'tn. n uiin'nna ilulmilinn ???? Mm Putt
oads inPonnsvlvaniu, where they had
)eon visiting, by the recent washouts, T
rrived homo in good spirits.
Tho Ohio countv "hold-overs," Capt.
)o verier, Mr. A. \V. Campbell, lion. (i.
V. Atkinson and Messrs. W. .1. W. 0
Cowden and C. B. Hart, got in from d
Charleston on tho delayed Ohio River jj
ailroad train about midnight. ej
Rev. Dr. 11. F. Randolph, pastor of the ^
mirth street M. K. church, and family. .
fter a short but pleasant stav at Lake
Chautauqua, returned home Wednesday ?
ml went to tlio Moundsvillo camp ^
roynd to remain until the close of the b
amp meeting. ri
Capt. Boh Moore, the popular Balti- HI
uore & Ohio conductor running ono of 1
he express trains between here and ?
Chicago, in oil'on a month's vacation. 11
lo will attend the annual conclave of I1
he Ohio Knights Templar ot Cleveland
nd will spend a portion of his time at ^
(fountain Lake Park. I1
The Parkersburg State Journal says: ^
ieneral A. H. Beach, of Wheeling, repesedtiujj
the Mail Pouch Tobacco Cotu any,
is in the city. General Beach has t
list returned from a trip through Jndi- j,
na. lie says that there is no more ?
ioubt that * Harrison will carry that
itate than there is that the sun will rise n
o-morrow morning. No Democrat can
e found in that State foolish enough to ?
tet that it will go Democratic. p
A Delightful Trip Wont. jj
Tiiosovereign uranu ixjuge, j. u. u.
meets this year at Los Angeles, Caliornia,
September 17-21. Mr. William
illingham^of this city, who iu onu of the
dost prominent men in tho order in this
itate, is one of the two representatives {'
rom this State to tho Sovereign [J
-odge, and lie iB anxious that others [ j
teside himself shall enjoy a trip "
Vest and the splendid entertainment jj
be offered en route and at "
jos Angeles. He has arranged for a i,
ound trip rate from here of only $87 20. J
ia the Pan Handle to Kansas City and V
rom there over the Santa Fo route. For
4 more the tickets can be made good to tj
eturn via San Francisco. This rato is ;
pen to all whether they are Odd Fel- :
ows or not. The itineracy of the trip
n tho possession of Air. Ellingham is a j
pedal one. p
. * " tl
Latllt'M n,
tl delicate health, and all who suffer ^
rom habitual constipation, will find the \>
leasa'nt California liquid fruit remedy. n
yrup of Figs, more easily taken ami \
lore beneficial in effect than any other
umedy. It acts promptly .yet gently on
lie Bowels, Kidneys, Liver and Stomach.
mi Anna nnf ui>-L-on OP iloliilitute. Sold C
y Logan & Co.. Anton P. Hess. R. B. C
furt and C. Menkemeller. At Bellairo li
y M. N. Mercer. it
? It
Ltlriieit! T
Our S2 50 and $3 00 extra light hand !}
)Wed shoes arc the lightest summer 11
(toes made. J. \V. Amick &Co.,
1143 Main street. "
, r : H
You can save money by buying Car- jJ
etsat Stoke & Thomas'. n|
Thi:hi: will 1)0 no difficulty iu getting J*
) the Camp Ground to-morrow, as the '
ainswill run into the Camp Ground
ation. . J,.
New Braids, Gimps and Plushes for
imming, at piopular prices, at
Emsukimeii's, i
Eleventh street. [(
teclnl Kxcurtlon to the Cincinnati Kxpo- l>1
lUun. Hi
Tho steamer Ancles loaves Wheeling ?
ir Cincinnati Tuesday, Augustas, at 3 ''
m? arrives at Cincinnati Thursday at- ?
moon, returnini? Friday at niidniRlit. [!
brass band will accompany the excur- J-.
on. Round trip tickets, SIO; from Maetta
and Parkeraburg, #7 00; Ravens- ?
ood, $B 00. '
n?*t ou the Mountain Top. fa
Mi Lake has tho advantage of being or
*ar hoino and easily reached. The Mt. pr
nko Park Hotel offers superior accoin- to
odationa at reasonable prices. su
. *
he Ohio River Trestle near 1
lid Given Way, l*it<-hlng Several 1
Cars down a Hank mul Hurting
Three Men. one oft hem ratal*
ly? Wild Itumors Afloat.
A serious accident, which might, Uowrer,
have been much worse, occurred
Hterday afternoon about four o'clock on
le Ohio Iiiver railroad at a point on the
arrows, between Moundsville and BenochI,
near the little gully known as
,m's run. The road is there on a high
chin, uuu uiu I'huik ?o wt'UKuneu
y the high water that the trestling
igged when a local freight train, to
liieh were attached several gravel cars,
as on it at the time named. Four flat
ire were precipitated from the trestle
i the ground below on the east side of
ie track. The care were badly wrecked
nd two "beuts"of the trestle destroyed.
There wore quite a number of worklen'on
the car, but all escaped without
jjury, excepting Charles Stillwell,
harlea McConnell and Quince Moore,
he first two were not badly hurt, but
loore Ih probably fatally injured. His
cull is bttillv fnurtured and he is bruised
bout the bodv. llis wounds were
ressed by I)r. It. W. Hall, of Moundnille,
who says that the chances are
gainst his recovery. Mr. Moore is u
oung unui and lives near Littleton.
A wreck train was sent down from
Wheeling, and the road will bo cleared
p and the trestle repaired as soon as
ossible. In the mean time trains come
p to thccity from Moundsville over the
t. & O. road.
The wildest ruuiore concerning the
L'cident reached the city. A man who
line up ou the B. 0. road declared
e saw six dead bodies that had been
iken out of the wreck. Naturally n
lory circuited on such authority obuned
general credence until the true
icts could be ascertained.
lupiil I'rugrcti* on tlio Work of Impairing
the IS. & O.
The water in the creek receded fast
esterday and as it went down the soft
auks crumbled niid some of the small
utbuildings along the bank were upset
ltd others endangered. A number of
presentatives of iron bridge companies
rrived in the city yesterday. There is
[ill no definite idea as to what sort of a
ridge will bo built over the creek at
Iain street. There are a good manv
rominent citizens, members of Council
nd thoughtful, practical men, who
ivor u stone bridge. It has been sugested
that now id a good time to build
bridge over the proposed Baltimore &
>hio railroad track south of the creek,
loubtlcss the Baltimore ?!t Ohio Cornany
would be willing, and it could cerlinly
afford to stand the increased excuse
this would necessitate. About one
neb freshet its the two recent one costs
lie company as much to rebuild its
ooden trestle, which would be unneccsxry
with its track on tho South Side.
The Baltimore & Ohio Company had a
trge force of men at work rebuilding
?is trestle yesterday and lust night, and
Hide rapid progress. Good progress
as also made rehabilitating the Hempeld
division, and Captain Clemen's told
n Intklliubncku reporter last night he
ould have trains through from Wheel?g
to Pittsburgh by Sunday noon.
ho HIiortdKU ot Wntur Mmbarraueit the
The destruction of the stone bridge
ver the creek at Main street, on Tuesi\y,
and with it of the city's twentyleli
water main, caused great inconvenince
to the large number of factories on
le South Side. But for the energy of
lanager Wtuldel, tho South Wheeling
lass works would have lost largely.
l_ .
ii. *? r.uuui iiuiuuan .11 iiuigmiiiriii wiiuiuy
water wan hauled in tanks from the
Ivor. The LaBelle mill was fortunate
aougli to haven pipe to Caldwell's run.
'he Uresceutmill was ready to start, but
ould not. J. A. Uollidny & .Son rigged
n a syphon into the ereek from their
tailing mill. The Centre foundry drew
nter through a hose. The Electrical
ompany hud a temporary two-inch
ipe. The Warwick pottery was juat
I'adv to light two kilns, which had to
e deferred. At the Belmont only the
irnace is able to run. The Spears axle
orks fortunately had some water in a
luk. Sweeney & Son lost one melt of
on, and then piped water from Caldell's
The six-inch temporary pipe laid
i-ross the Market st/eet bridge, was so
ladequato to supply the South Side
ith water, that yesterday the fire deartuient
laid a double lino of hose
cross the crcek at the site of the Main
;reet bridge.
llnllniru's IiuliiNtricM.
Yesterday's Bellaire Independent says:
he fact that the BellaireStauipingComnny
is building a new factory?now
nder roof?which will double the caueity
of that manufactory of various
lings; that the Ohio Valley foundry is
eking to inereaso its capacity more
tan one-third; that the nail works,
hen the Bteel works is considered, has
illy quadrupled; that all the glass fae>ries,
Hint and window, have made deided
improvements and extensions,
ad there aro ten of them either in acvo
operation or preparing to be; that
lere are dividends paid at most of the
mnufaetories; that the workmen lured
way from here endure privations and
ardships to get back beforo all the
laces in the glass factories aro filled;
Hat for every one who has left the town
nd done well flftv can be pointed out
ho Have returned or would have been
etter off had they remained hero, does
ot indicate that this city or the Ohio
'alley has lost any of its lustre.
A Lucky (in* Company.
To ft Pittsburgh Dispatch reporter, Mr.
ielil, Secretary of Tho Whoeiing Gas
oiupony, said: "Our loss, us in the July
ood, is very light, and 1 can attribute
to nothing more than the usual good
ick that seems to attend our company,
his is not only true in the case of floods,
ut. over since it started, we have been
it lie best of luck.
"Now, in drilling our wells we have
ever struck a drv well; and not only
avo wo always found gas, but every
ell that we have drilled lias been a pay*
ig one. All around us the Guffv's and
[Hers have drilled numbers of (try and
nor paying wells.
"Of course we used good judgment in
decting the spots to urill; but I think
is mostly the sheer good luck that has
een with us."
An A?lvnn?'t> In Flint Villi*.
Despite efforts ut secrecy, it has trans
ired that the Western Bottle Mantifac- i
irers' Association lias made u very genTil
advance in the prices of flint per- <
ription vials and flasks. This was acimpliahed
ut a meeting lost Saturday, i
.... Inn.nn. I.aI.I !,? <
ics of the association in Pittsburgh, bat I
its time President Hamilton designated i
incinnati as the place, and accordingly <
tere was a full representation from all i
cal and Western flint prescription foe- '
ries. . ]
There was a unanimity of opinion in
vor of a general advance, and it was c
dered. Thursday the official list of 1
ices current was issued and sent out <
the trade. It created considerable i
rprise, as it was the first intimation of J
m advance ranging from in to 23 per
lent For instance, round shouldered
ovals selling at $2 ore advanced to $2 50
per gross. Another size commanding
formerly $0 00 has been rained to $10 50.
In whisky llaaka the advance averages i
17 per cent, and on the larger sizes 20 <
per cent
A manufacturer stated that this
month the demand for vials and 1
Masks is unprecedented for the year. '
The license law interfered with the ]
spring trade and every factory was over- \
stocked. The summer shut-down, however,
enabled them to work this olf and t
now they are overloaded with orders, so ,
much bo that many factories have ,
booked orders for several months ahead, ,
and are compelled to refuse contracts
for immediate delivery. The jobbing
trade is also unusualy brisk.
Iiuluiitrta! lSrevitle*.
The North Wheeling Glass Company
resumed operations last Monday.
Tho Joseph Bell Stove Comuany shipped
a car load of ranges lost Monday.
Charleston, W. Va., lias a new paper
manufacturing company, with $o0,000
capital stock.
The Benwood is busy in all departments.
The factor}' is on full and the
forge department 011 double turn.
The Bellaire steel works was off for
about two hours yesterday morning on
account of a breakage in the converter.
The Wheeling Hinge Company has a
fair run of orders but the volume of
business runs a little light, it being between
two season's goods.
At the Top mill the plate mill and
factory are on full this week, shipping
nails by rail daily. Furnace repairs are
progressing with reasonable dispatch.
At the Bellaire lantern globe works
two jx)ts were broken by the low pressure
of gas. No gloss was the consequence,
and tho boysjall were idle yesterday.
The Enterprise Window Gluss Company,
ut Bellaire, did not declure a dividend
this year. They are using all their
surplus to build a new factory at North
At the Riverside, the plate, bar and
skelp mills are all 011' full turn this
week, also the steel and the tube works.
The furnace will blow in next week.
The shipments of steel pipe continue
Fisher's foundry, after the accident to
the gas main, returned to coal und continued
operations without shutting
down. They shipped a car load of Btoves
to Piedmont last Tuesday. The accident
to the gas main caught them in the middle
of u blust, but serious trouble was
prevented by a prompt resort to wood.
IJn?ly Institute.
The seyenty-ftfth annual session of the
Unsly Institute begins Monday, Sept.
10th. It is gratifying to be able to announce
that the prospects for the coming
session are flattering. No elfort has
been spared by tho Trustees or Faculty
in lirinmiiir luifnni tlia tuinnln fliiainiitl
tution bettor equipped for work than
ever beforo. The advantage of having u
well conducted academy within the city
for the training of boys and young men
should be appreciated by the people of
Wheeling. Noah Linsly founded this
institution primarily for the benefit of
Wheeling, and in estimation of this
philanthropic act a most liberal patronage
should oe given it by the city. There
iB no ago prescribed for admission. Any
boy, twelve or thirteen years old, having
had the advantages of the public schools,
is far enough advanced to pursue successfully
any of the prescribed courses
of instruction. We trust that these
timely suggestions will be considered by
the public and" many be benefitted by
them. For any information regarding
the school you are referred to the Principal,
John II. lioemcr.
Choice lino of New Henrietta Cloths,
Cashmeres and Silks, just received at
Stone & Thomas'.
Ta.vi.vs will run to the Camp Ground
station to-morrow, the road and bridge
having been repaired.
Jr. O. U. A. M'm I>uy.
The Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis
Railway will sell excursion tickets to
Pittsburgh on Saturday, September 1st,
on account of the Jr. 0. U. A. M's demonstration
at Exposition Park. The
local councils will offer three prizes to
the best drilled visiting councils and
prizes will be given to successful contestants
in a programme of sports prepared
for the day. Hound trip $2 00.
Ticket* good returning until Sept. 3rd,
All Wool Carpets at 02Jc per yard, at
Stone &. Thomas'.
Now Gooiltt.
New Embroidered Jersey Waists, in
white, navy, goblin, rosewood, garnet
and black, elegantly made ana fine
quality. Also samples of Blouse Waists
in flannel and stockinctt. Also 180
styles of Ladies' and Children's Wraps
in all the new colors^and some rare designs.
11. Emsukimku,
Eleventh street.
The Wheeling and Parkersburg packets,
steamers Elaine and New Courier,
will carry passengers at one fare for the
round trip during the Wheeling Fair.
Tickets good till used. State rooms free.
Meals 2oc each.
Lauoest lino of Carpets in the city to
minrfmtaml tn lift thft
lowest. Stone & Thomas.
fllVKK XKW3.
StAgn uf the Water find Movement* or tli?
The Ben Hur lias been placed in the
Louisville and Carrollton trade.
The C. W. Batchelor will leave for
Pittsburgh at 8 o'clock this morning.
The Scotia will pass down at an *
early hour this morning on her way to
Tho Klaine will pass up about 1 o'clock
to-morrow morning on her Sunday trip
from I'arkersburg to Pittsburgh.
The Courier will be this morning's 1
Parkoreburg packet. The Klaine got
away on time in this trade yesterday j
It is probable, in view of the heavy j
losses in coal, nearly $400,000, at New (
Orleans during the recent storm, that
the Market value of Pittsburgh coal
will be advanced in the Southern
markets. 1
The river fell rapidly at this point yesterday.
The marks last evening indi- ;
cuted a depth in the channel of 17 feet,
a fall of nearly 13 feet in twenty-four 1
hours. The waters were still receding
last night. 1
Tiio Louis A. sneriey is unotuer :
through packet that is offering round
trip excursion rates for those who want
to go from here to the Cincinnati Centennial
Exposition. The Sherley will
leave for down the river at 3 o'clock this I
afternoon. <
Tho Ahner O'Neal in tho Steuben- '
villo trode, the Telegram in the Claring- 1
ington trnde{ ami the Bellaire packet *
are all running regularly again and are *
doing a good business, They expect to e
bring large numbers to the State Fair '
daily, next week. The rise that has J
taken place is bound to result' in a {
boating stage of water for some time to 1
come, }
The Louis A. Sherley got in late last J
aight with a good trip on board. Being ^
the first through packet un the river ^
from Cincinnati, she had freight offered J
it all points and was delayed in consequence.
She will leave at 3 b'clock this
ifternoon on her return trip. Captain c
rom Hunter is in command and Charlie t
Reeves still does the agreeable in the
)fHce. The Sherley has the reputation I
)f always making her passengers enjoy g
ihemselves, and her shinpinR accommodations
are unsurpassed. Low excur- t
lion rates are offered to .the Cincinnati t
Exposition. ii
Hits Cuiktfot fur tlio Democratic Con|m?.
luiml Nomltinlioii.
Previous to the Democratic State contention
at Huntington on the lUth inst.,
LJouuocllor Julm O. Pendleton, of this
jity, was not an avowed candidate for
Congressional honors in this district. It
was not that he did not want the empty
honor of the nomination, for that, in
these progressive days, is about all a
Democratic candidate for Congress from
ill in uiairici chu uuu iu u, uut uu uj?purL-ntly
thought that he bad a better show
of success by pursuing a coy and diffident
plan of campaigu. He was mentioned
by some as a piece of available
timber, and two or three cards anonymously
signed were published in the
ltryuter in his interest. To one of these
Counsellor Pendleton made answer
through the columns of the organ lie
occasionally assists in editing, and made
all who know him smile by stating
among other things, that "Cleveland,
Thurmau and a reform of the tariff are
fur superior to any political interest of
John O. Pendleton."
Since the Huntington convention,
however, he has been bustling early and
late to secure votes of delegates to the
Congressional convention, which is to
be held in this city next Tuesday. He
has been forced to do this by the appearance
of another Richmond in the
Held, who is not letting grass grow un/li>r
liia font Tliiu n?iv ounirflnt iu thli
lion. Joo J. Woods, of this city, oxState
Senator/ e?Speaker and ex-ineuiber
of the House of Delegates, and u
candidate for re-election to the House.
It is said to have been arranged at
Huntington that Woods should enter
the lists first as a Caiuden or anti-State
House candidate, and second asone who
if nominated would stand a better
show of being elected than John 0. He
lost no time after reaching home in
starting out after votes. In this ho has
been handicapped to a certain extent by
the groom who hus been trotting arounu
with him and who is no less a personage
than Flom Dallali, the Mandarin of the
Pink Ribbon. Whether Flom was ordered
to escort Joseph about and boom
hitn or whether it is a self-imposed duty
: l?,t 41.., lo Un.\ nil
lo iiut nuvn u| uui uiv cuctt >o uu<i hu i
the same.
Tloin hud Joo down at the Wetzel
county fuir at New Martinsville yester-1
day working his boom for him. Joe
was kissing the babies and Tloui talking j
his best Chinee to the mamas. They!
were pronounced a strong team.
In this connection it may bo well I
enough to give publication for the lirst I
time, to the report that Woods was at I
the bottom of Tlom's bad break in the
matter of decorating the local Chinese,
with Harrison badges. It; is said that
Woods, who likes his little joke, and
who is well acquainted with Tloin and I
his failings, mentioned to him in his
quiet way that it would be a mighty I
good streak of political policy to work
the Chinese here and get them to deck
themselves with badges. Tlom bit and
worked the scheme and it was beautifully
Between the two local candidates
there may be some fun next week, to
say nothing of others who are likely to
come to the front.
If you have never heard Sam Small,
you ought, by all means, to embrace the
opportunity to hear him at Moumlsville
Brussels Cabi'Kts from 43c per yard
up, the best made, at
Stone & Thomas'. 1
Guiitlumun W'lio Want
something light for summer wear should
buy Stacy, Adams & Co.'s best Kangaroo
shoes. * J. W. Amick it C'o.,
Sole Agents.
MoiiimImvIUo Cn?ii>m?>?tiuj;, August 1G to 87.
Preaching by Rev. Sam Small. Special
trains from Wheelng during the camp
as follows:
Week days during camp, regular trains,
5:35, 7:115, 0:05 a. in., 12:01, 5:10 and
U;10, and special at 8:00 p. ui. Returning,
leave Moumlsville0:40,8:30,10:30a. m.,
12*55, 5:00, 7:00 p. in., and special at
10:10 p. m.
Sundays, August 19 and 20, special
trains leave Wheeling 7:15, 8:00, 8:30,
0:00 a. m., (5:10 regular), 5:30 and 0:10
p. in. uuvurmug, iuuvu iuuuuusvitiv
10:30 a. m. regular. Special at 4:00, 5:00,
6:30, 7:30 and 10:10 p. in.
All the above trains will back into tbe
Cainp Grounds at Moundsville, except
the 10:30 a. in. from Moundsyille, and
5:10 p. in. from Wheeling.
Half Faro Kxrurnloun Hoiitli.
The Queen. & Crescent route (Cincinnati
Southern and associate roads)
will sell Harvest Excursion tickets at
one limited faro the round trip, on September
11th and 25th, October 9th and
23d, 1888, good to return within thirty
days and allowing stop-over privilege.
Theso cheap tickets will be on sale to
various points in Tennessee, Alabama,
Georgia, Florida, Carolinas, Virginia.
Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and
Texas, to which States the Queen &
Crescent is the great trunk linef running
double daily trains from Cincinnati
ami Louisville. For rates, maps, timetables
or other information desired con(>i>rninir
n triit Smith via. t.lin Otiwm &
Crescent route, call upon your nearest
ticket agent or address D. G. Edwards,
Acting General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati,
Syrup of figs
is nature's own true laxative. It is the
most easily taken, and the most elfective
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
FigSvrup Company. San FranciBco. Cal.
Sold by Xogau & Co., Anton P. Hess,
R. K. Burt and C. Menkemiller. At
Bellaire by M. N. Mercer.
At CohimluiK via tlnlttmoru & tlflllroad.
On September 4 low rates and train
Arrangement to the opening of the Centennial
at Columbus. Fare ?2 75 for the
round trip, good for return passage until
September o, inclusive. Trains leave
Wheeling at 10:15 p. m., 3:80 a. m., 8:00
iu m., 9:25 a. in. For full information
call on agents of the Baltimore & Ohio
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In
lecior irce.
For lamo back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cent*.
Siiiloii'n Cough and Cousumption
Dure is sold by us on a Ruarantee. It
:ures Consumption. Sold by W. E.
Williams and C. Menkemiller. how
A Woman'* I>Ucov?ry.
"Another wonderful discover' has
jeen made and that too, by a lady in this
;ounty. Disease fastened its clutches 1
ipon her, and for seven years she with- <
jtood its severest testa, but her vital organs
were undermined and death
leeintjd imminent. For three months j
ihe coughed incessantly and could not !
ileep. She bouglit of us a bottle of I)r. i
ivingg now uiBCOvery ior coiiMuinjuinu,
ind was so much relieved on taking the
irst dose that she slept all night, and
vitli one bottle has been miraculously
:ured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.'
fhus writes W. C. llamrick A Co., of
Shelby, N. C.?Get a free trial bottlo at
jogan <fc Co.'a drug store. 2
That Hacking Cough can be so quickly
ured by Shiloh's dure. Wo guaranee
Will yoc scpfmi with Dyspepsia and
Aver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalixeris
[uaranteed to cure you.
Slkbpucss Nioirrs, made miserable by
hat terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
he remedy for you. Sold by W. Willuna
and 0. Menkemiller. sow. t
sai mm
On the Moundsville Camp
Ground Yesterday.
The Attendance Yesterday wot Nearly
ho Large a* on the Pay Before.
The Anger over tho So-Called
Temperance Day.
The eighth day of the camp meeting
vm void of special interest. The
weather was all that could be desired,
During the day the camp was visited by
a great many persons, who came to heai
Sam Small and to spend the day'witli
friends. The services were not attended
by any great number, the audiences being
smaller than those of the dav before
Temperance day and the speech of Sacc
Small still linger in the minds of somt
of tho brethren, and to say that somt
are mad is putting it mildly. The opin
ion Bcems to be that the Third Part}
people have not scored at this game, bui
they have succeeded in riling the friendi
of both the leading parties.
The services yesterday were in chargi
of Sam Small, who preached at threi
services, 10:30 a. m., 3 p. m. and 7:30 p
in. The children's meeting was verj
interesting, and the older people seen
to be very much interested in these ser
The evening service began at 7:45. Tin
congregation seemed slow in gathering
The sermon was preceded by the usua
song service. Mr. William Woodburn
of Cameron, lius charge of the choir
acting as musical director. Prayer wa
offered by lie v. 31 r. Magee.
Small prefaced his evening discoursi
with a short talk, askiug, How man;
feel they are saved through Jesus Christ
Nearly all present stood up. He aske<
all to pray that great work might b<
done. If we have faith that souls wil
be converted there will bo souls savec
to-night. Let our faith be equal to oui
desires and they will be saved. Wha
we want to do is to be earnest and lion
est with God. Lay the interests of ou
friends, our children and our kinsinai
before God. When you begin to worl
and pray and show interest in thesavinj
of souls" you will have the mark. Tin
spirit of God tuarks the man. I hav<
served the devil, and I will carry tin
marks of it to my grave.
1 have something better than that; ]
have changed the service. No marks 01
my brow now, no marks of blasphemy
or sneering or scoffing at' religious peo
pie on my lips now.
God help us to get into the righ
spirit. He saved you; now get at it
and get somebody else saved.
He then took his text from the lotl
chapter, 30th verse of 1st Cor.: "Anc
why stand we in jeopardy every hour?'
I wonder if you catch the full significance
of that inquiry. I speak to al
who have traveled thus far in life with
out having tbo knowledge of beinp
Here followed an illustration of tin
high waters of Tuesday night, describing
the rushing of the waters through tin
creek at Wheeling, the falling of the
bcidgo and the standing of the people
gazing on the rushing waters, drawing a
comparison with the position of the unsaved
persons at the service. Nobody
seeing that there was any danger, yel
many to-night Htaud iu jeopardy unsaved
anil in the very presence and al
the altar of God. You know you are in
jeopardy. Your sins are enough to
damn the world. You are in jeopardy
every hour. Why will you continue in
this state and stand in this condition
when Jyou kuow that sin in your body
is to-night under the condemnation o'l
I ask with all the love of Curist burning
in my heart, why will you itand
where you are, on the brink of damnation,
ready to fall into eternity. You
do not need to watt until a final judg
II1UI11>; U1U KIIH M'lIlllUllUIl icaui Oil JUU
now, as certain lis sin is trenson to God;
so if you persist in sin, you will bo lost.
A murderer is condemned, no matter
whether the laws of the land have been
enforced or not. he is condemned before
himself, his fellow men oiul his God.
lie has been tried and has been found
guilty in his own conscience and before
God. As certain as that murderer is condeined
so are you to-night. You can't
escape from the eye of God. Wherever
ho finds sin he will visit upon it his
eternal wrath. If you still cling to your
sins, you will suffer when God visits his
wrath upon that rebellion. If you still
rebel* ngainst God, you have no one to
blame but yourself if you are lost.
If you want to be a saved man, now
is the time, this is the nlace; "Come,"
the Lord says, "and I will save you," so
that mother will rejoice, the mother
who protected you from disease and
danger, and cared for you up to manhood
will have one more triumph. Give
your mother all Wheeling and she
would refuse it if she knew you were
going to hell to-night. AVhat agony
these mothers bear, none but the sympathising
God can tell.
Several presented themselves for
prayer near the close of the meeting. At
one period of the altar meeting Saui
askeu ull who wore out in the audience
talking with the unconverted to hold up
their hands. One hand was held up.
"Thank God for one, that is better than
none," said Sam ;,"now let us thank God
for what help we have." The meeting
continued until about 10 o'clock, when
the benediction was pronounced and
the weather being rather chilly, it was
not long until the camp was deserted,
everybody retiring, goingto bed to keep
ill in, un ik. ntiu.
For fearsome may have the impression
that the trains will not rnn to the
camp to-morrow, it will be in place here
to say that the bridge and track will be
in good shape by the timo this is read,
and no one need to remain from camp
meeting to-morrow, fearing they will
have to walk from the depot in the town.
If his voice will permit it is probable
that Small will preach three times on
Sunday. The closing service of the
camp meeting will be held Sunday
night, and if the weather should be favorable
the annual "Walk around the
walls of Jerico" will take place. ThiB
walk is participated in by old and young,
and is one of the most pleasant features
of the closing service.
At the annual olcctlon for directors
the following named gentlemen were
elected: Messrs. William H. Travis, H.
P. McGregor, D. Z. Phillips, M. Dunn,
A.J. McNash, John S. Naylor and L. A.
Lallan ce. The Board of Directors consists
of twenty-four members. Six of
those chosen this year will serve four
years: the remaining one will flllava
cant place in the body. At the same
election a vote was had on tbo proposed
amendment to the constitution: Jiewlved,
That the assessed value of .all unsold lots
on the grounds of this Association bo
increased 100 per cent. Whilo this was
ratified by a majority of the votes cast it
is understood to have failed to receive a
majority of all the stock, and is therefore
Iko Johnson came up from Parkersburg
and spent Tornperance Day bore
endeavoring to increase the circulation
)f the Freeman. His colored dodger
ihects begging for "help" were scattered
ill over the grounds.
There, never was a livelier, jollier set
)f girls on the grounds, than are to be
ound this season. The young man who
alls into their clutches has to be asharp
>ne to hold his own.
The babies aro numerous, and they
ia?a A nlnn'ono Hmn nt W Tlinon nt,l
inough to get about arc allowed to roam
it will, and everybody keeps a watch
ivcr tliem. A finer place (or children la
lot to be.lound hereabouts.
During the time the Two Sams and
heir families were both on the grounds,
ANTED AT~l)ScK- - , stovS"
Minium, 2ft hotel waiter* Ut houJ V7*
a cHnvuM>nt. War Viruima ionm.T.'W
W^YMKNT AOKXCY. i:il:i Market >trt. i .J11,
dun eulorc.l WllU'W; U.l
good ialjtry .ml >11 una. Wi.:,'. (w JS
and lUte mImt w.ulii!. SUJAN . iv v '
lecturers. 291 cccqw .trwt, <ln. i,i;
tlwTBUi ' ^
General Notices.
? rn\'Ev "* -*
from Wednesday night to Thursday
noon, the sons of the two, both good
looking lads about 12 years old, were
constant companions. While their
fathers may be Third I'arty men the
boys are Democrats?at least it was observed
that the boys wore in their button
holes handsome Cleveland badges,
the imported ones covered with red silk
with a horse-shoe and Cleveland's name
worked on them.
Suit for Slander?New llrldftea-Ulff Tariff
Meetlug, Etc.
llctting bora on tbe state going Republican it
eveu up. #
There ?ru a Urge turnout at tbe Republican
club meeting lout night
Mltut Flora Nichols has returned to her home
alter a pleasant trip here.
Miss Anna Baker 1* visiting her lister, Mrs.
Ed. KoberUon. at the Penitentiary.
Mr. C. R. Oldhaiu and wife will leave for Win*
chatter, Va., to-day, on a visit to friends.
The contract for iurnlshlng meat at the l'enitentjary
wax let to Mr. August Wledlbusch.
Mr. Fred McLure is sick of typhoid fever, but
is getting along ax well an can be expected.
Misses Ella Howard and Nora Willard, of
Cameron, are spending a tew day* In towu.
There will be a wedding at the church Wednesday
evening next, but the uaine* of tbe contracting
parties are not yot made known to the
There will be a sjieeial term of the Couuty
Court August ?, to take steps toward putting
up a new bridge across Little Grave Creek, where
the late flood washed the old one away.
Miss Ida Connelly, of ;Rosby's Rock, has
brought a suit for slander agulnut Mr. William
Knox, also of that place, claim lug 15,000 damage.
It Is said that she intends tobriug suit
against several other parties for tbe Mime cause.
Rev. T. R. Rogers, A. I*. McCounell, J. T. Mc*
Combs. II. S. White. Silas IneTntn. NV. W. Rob
ort? nail Charle* Conner were among the Mar
shall county delegate* lo the Stum convention.
r who returned homo Thursday night. They
l found the Kepublicaus well satisfied with the
. work ol the couventiou, and all were chock full
of enthusiasm.
One of the biggest tariff meeting* ever held iu
3 this county will be held at Sharp'* Grove, Sep.
temhur 7. Muasrv. Jame* O. Maine, (ion. vioff,
i tarenzo Dauford, Go**. Forakcr, Gov. Heaver,
Col. Poortnan, Atkiuson, Campbell. Dovenei
t and othen have been Invited to In- present.
1 There will be plenty of good speaking, good
H music and au ox-roast.
The general expression in regard lo Mr. Ham
.Small's temperance talk ia that it wan a failure,
B and that it ha* lout tho attend men t vote*. The
f Camptucetlng Association and the friend* of ttw
>) amendment have heeu unfortunate In havin?
I the two Sams turned loose iu thin community
1 at this time. Many old men who attended thr
3 meetings on these grounds years ago. and who
I drop in occasionally now, go away dissatisfied
J und longing for the good old meeting* of the
1 past, when the platform was full of minister
r who were drawn there by theii love of the go*t
pel and their fellow men, and not by big money.
v Mr. Jones was*oanxious to get away to another
- godtl fob Thursday, that he did not do IiIn last
r half day** Job here well. It Is probably the last
j the people in these parts will see of Mr. Jones.
3 .
i All Sort* or Loral Sewn mid (2o*Mip from
i the GIium City.
J W. 8. Carroll leave* next week for Minnesota.
John Hofer U home from a biuJniMt trip to
[ Cleveland.
l Mr*. William Dauford in here anion# friends
and relatlvex.
' Mr. John Troll, of St. Claiwville. was in tlic
city yesterday.
Mathew Wallace, who ha* been very nick, in
t rapidly improving.
? Mint Mollie Troll will leave soon to vinlt relatives
in Saudusky.
i 1'hll, llclsley Emi.. who has been on an cxtcud|
ed trip east, is back.
i J. T. Itaukln will take in tho> fair at Oraud
Island, Nob., this fall.
J P. Crowley will go to Ireland soon to.vlsit the
I scenes of his childhood."
G. H. UuflUngton shipped a large lot of beef
j hides to Cleveland yesterday.
Alex llcatherlngton will work in the mould
} shop* at the Kind lay goblet works.
Charles McDonald, of thu C. ?fc 1'. telegraph
force, Is off on a two weeks' vacation.
' Miss Anna Husbauds ha* returned from a sev>
cral months' visit to fricuds in the West.
Crawford Armstrong, of Armstrong's Mills
i paused through on his way to Pittsburgh yesterday.
Tho Democratic candidate for Sheriff, William
Warnock, in able to be out after a long trick
I -IH'11
Mr*. John MlUigan, o( the island, passed
, through on her way home from ilarnesvillc, O.,
Tho Elulno gave her Pittsburgh freight to
' Manlcy's wharf boat yesterday; almost u whole
' canto of plums.
Mr?. Leasure, of Kast Wheeling, is down visiting
her grandmother, Mrs. Joliu Taylor, of North
lielmont street.
The hoys aru all wondering where the Shelby
circus will pitch their tents, as the bottoms arc
covered with water.
Col. I>nvld itaukin, of Grand Island, Neb., has
in training a fust trotter which he will enter
there In the coming races.
The Bcllaire, Zaucsville ?fc Cincinnati railroad
have about forty cars of wool along their Hue
at different stations to Iks shipped East.
Mr. Charlie Hosier ami the .Superintendent of
the city gas works hail some words yesterday on
Union street about the breaking of a gas pipe.
George Komlck was at tho bedside of his
father-in-law, Mr. Jump, of iturlington.O., yesterday.
Mr. .lump is very low, and his friends
have given him up.
W. J. Taiwan, of the Ohio Valley foundry, entertained
friends at his residence, the occasion
being his 38th birthday. He received numerous
presents from friends.
The little girl, Myrtle Cofl'man, who was bitten
by the dog last Sunday, is getting a little hotter
physically, but her head is not right yet and
It will take u long time to get over the scare.
Chalmers Trumhle was iu the city yesterday
distributing a large lot of phosphate to the different
farmers in this neighborhood, lie is selling
an immense lot of this fertilizer now. The
1)., '/ . A: C. Ky. have handled about twenty cars
of diflVrcnt kinds of phosphate this week for
poiuts in Monroe county.
Personal, Industrial, Ilnse Hull nud Other
News Notes.
The new culvert in Clark's addition Is about
L.P. Oxley, a formerMartins Ferrlan.was in the
city yesterday.
Services will be held iu all the churches tomorrow
at the usual hours.
Thciunoral of Mrs. Jane Taylor took place
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and was largely
The Standard Iron Company's ofllco force had
their pictures taken yesterday on the mill
Missas Moggie aud May Wood and May McKitn
attended the Teachers' lustitute at Hteubcuvllie
this week.
Farmers in aud near Portland suffered much
from the high water. The damage to the corn
crop was very heavy.
Mrs. T.J. Thomas, who has been visiting relatives
at Miuerva for the past week, returned
last evening, accou>i>anlcd by Mrs. Thomas'
I Pr. J. M. llluekford. wife and daughter. Miaul
Klla Km and Miss Nellie Sedgwick returned
hut evening from I.akci:hautuu<|ua.
Nothing of unusual lute rest has taken place lu
the fnctorlc? tbU week. K very thing has l>ecu
running steadily all week, ami the output has
been very large hi every establishment.
George Koauh,Hhort stop: Dick 1'addcu, pitcher,
and George Keeterer, catcher, left yesterday
for Marietta to play hall. The balance of the
club, with several addltlona, go to Kait Liverl?ool
William Connelly wan quite seriouHly, If not
dangerously, kicked by one of his horses yesterday
afternoon. At this writing the doctors an?
unable to determine Just how seriously Mr. Connelly
was hurt
Save money by buying your Dry Goods
at Stonk & Tiiomah'.
Sunday Kxcuridunii.
On and alter Sunday. May 6, the Ohio
River Railroad will Bell excursion ticketa
every Sunday until further notice:
Wheeling to Sifltersville and return
$1 50, Wheeling to Parkcreburg and return
$2 25. Ticket* good one day only.
Boston Wool Market,
IJowoy, August 21.?The demand for wool
hat b?cngood; price* firm and generalh- higher;
Ohio and Pennsylvania fleece* X at isor; X
and XX aud aboveal29a3lc: No. i, 32a?to.; Michigan
X Hm-es 'UnSJlic; choice 2*e; combine do
Initio. 34&'l5c for No. 1 combing; tffc32o for Ohio
fine delaine: 27a3Uc for Michigan,
The filling at the Apollinaris Spring
during the year 1887 amounted to
11,894,000 bottles.
Crtetrt, Dmggittt, and Mint ft Water
To the Voien of Ohtp County:
I am a candidate for the office of Proaecutlnf
Attorney, and tespectfully Kollclt your vote* at ;
the election to be held November G, 18*8. 1
Truly yours, . 1
Jy4 JOK D. KLSO.V. 1 I
On Flr?t Jlortnw Scourliy on uhlu K,.?;
From one to Ave year*. uA
Inauimnce and Ben! Kmuu* \,.PI1,
For Rent
Jf<OK BENT. """"
Several Oflltw* and Rooms.
l.o<lKltig itooum In liaily'* Block.
_JS!i "'-'-'w ,!,s,^
The New HiulncM Hoiim jug complcto] at
No. 1007 .Main Street,
The main bnalncM rooin is no t. t Ilu,,,
with all inoderu Improvement* am.1v \, p
, _ JAMtH L. HAtt'l.kv
Jy?? N"Jl?r
Fon sale?a n ici: ft\ i:m ok5
acrea, 4U acres Umber. Farui u?-n
Diehard, goon house, ttable nml ?.th< r ouit niu
, iugo. situateon good roail, four miU i,;*"
Martluhburg. i'rl.e *.\h?. ..i,. i?..i ,,lv)l ??
ance iu one ami two year*. J. n. ,,i;uVJ5T
Agent. MartlnnburK. W. Vq.
&fIlk Dairy on KatJonal road, oue uillc *,?
ot llrldlBport. Jllsbttt-ti ?>?,, ,
. milk wagon, cans ami ?I1 article* to
: rim a flraiflow dairy, (ioo?l i-u>iu< ira?)e* u
, not noli! by Auguai ai, will he otlcrts) ?i ,,?m"
, Kale on ptutUM*. *or term* ami iMiitiiulin
i ail I on or addruw HAMUKl. BTH.LWKi.L,
i aull Hrlil^ tmrt. onip.
1YJL 1*011 SALE.
Highly Improved term of lio noro, 7 mi la
koutlioi Mound?vlilu, convenient to church ?nd
school*. within two liiilCKol uiil! uuil More.
Farm of about Oil acre#, two lull from rim
and railroad; part bottom.
< W. V. HiKiK ?fc IIRO.,
Jc.10 !" ?' Miirs? 1
:w Share* citizen* Street Kali way.
lu Shares Flreaud Marin** IhMinuiccCo.
10 fehnrti 1'cabody Insurance Co.
& Share# .Kuia Iron and Steel Co.
t Shares Klson Ulan* Co.
0 Share* Ohio Vullev ilunli.
5U Shares LaUKlilin Null Mill.
J. IICWJN. A cent,
anl" No. Twelnh
PAD OA 1 r
r^n jhll,
Btill'liiiK Lot* In old Fair Grounds, Zsnc'i
Orchard, North and South Front streets ?ml
South Peuu street, at very low ticun*.
A Four Itoonied Cottage tor SUM.
Sevcu Uuoiuod House* No. Mmtli Yotk
1 street, bath-room, ifcc.
Six Uooiued' llrlfik House, southwest come
Thirty-eighth aud Wood street; will j?y s? u
Five ttoomcd House, No. Ml Not Mi
street. all in first class condition; will tuilti
very ulcawttit home.
Seven Koomed Houw, No Nortu iroa
street; river lot, on high ground.
Five Boomed House at 74u Muriel MrtcU
good property cheap.
A good Three Itoomcd Cottage, lot 33x110, Sk
f>2 South Huron street. f750.
(24) Twenty-four L0U1 in Caldwell's Addition
to the City ol Wheeling,
Said Lots are hounded on ll?e north by Twentyninth
street, on the cast by Fillmore strm. on
the south by the Haudln'l Homestead, kaii oa
the west by the 11. & O. K. u.
Their proximity to the above nsmttl n,ilrt*4
reuders them excellent sites for uiauulactiirini
If uot sold lu thirty dnys will lie soi.l nt i>ub*
lie auction.
For ttsrum and further tufornuiUwi wmly *.u
W. V. IIOGK * 111(0..
uw Market Street,
Or William M. Handlan*.
ftulft H. W. Cor, Clmi'l'm- A- .HixiH-iiili bi.
Real Estate.
13*> Acre Farm, S roomed /nunc Iioum\ Urn 40
by CH feet, ?tabic 22 by 10 feet. wagon >hul nml
corn crib, uu?l other outbulMUiRk; orctiaril of
225 trct'n, !){ infIon cant of New Cumberland,
Uuncock county, W. Vu.: luy? well. Price ftu
|K?r aero.
No. 130 Twelfth Ntroot, with house on alley, a
full lot of ground ; rents nt Slot i*r annua; ?*u
be bought for 82.400.
Four Koomcd New Cottage on MouiiiUriHo
Catup (Irouml. 1'rlce, CJ10.
No. 2037 Market Htrcct; More-room und two
roomts: ground ft lull hull lot; run be bought lor
No. 1012 MeColloch street, 5 room land ctlUr,
enn Ik? bought forfl,20?.
No. 2505 Kofi" utreet, f> rooms und kitriiffl,'
ground 17 feet front, running tonilcy. 1-1 '"'L
IIoiiko ntnl lot. No. 07:? Main Mrv t, UtifrtJ
Centronnil Uurklc ?treetn, Martin'* Ferry. north
of Khton OIiim Works: liotwo him f-ix r<?ta?.A
utorv room aniteeUur: hydmut lu yard,
HI* iviiititixl Ilrlrk llmitc. No. LNJ.!I Mailtrttwt?
ground a imlflot; win lieboiiKht for Si.""
Muny other Hoioe*. Lots hu>I Farm* forwlf.
No. 1042 Market street, storeroom ami lw<?
No. 174 Seventeenth street, I roomeil hoiiv & "I
No. i:mw Jacob street, i nniins <?i
No. 15 Twenty-fourth street,:m .1 1ioiim-.1'> 1"
No. ISKt Alley II, r? room* '?
No. 1S501 Woods street, 'J r?Mui^ t <0
No. ar.iu Main street 1 "
No. '253) Main street, I room* > ">
No. Z'M Mniti Ktm'i " ? '
No. 2507 Alloy Ii "
No. U7 Klcventh street,room-. ami cellnr.. > i"
No. W Kleveuth street, a rooint, un<l r liar.. "??'
No. <U Twenty-third street, 'i n.oms <"
Ofllce room, second floor of Ifriiiv Mock. .i<"??
Office room, second floor of ltc-11 Jy block. . '
Three rooms, east end of Alley 1 (|
l'ononnl ntteutlon rIvch to thv < <?Uc< tu?u of
route and other accounts: the purchase ami ??lo
of rottl estate, the prosecution of claim* for ivuftlon,
Motility, S:i'. Pension* nr.' Incri MM || IV[it ii
I pro|>crly presented. Many I'onalou* should I*
I rated higher.
Real Estate Agent, I'. S. Petition ami "lalmAt*
torney, Collector and Notary I'uldii-.
im'JO M.uiki r *n:r.rT.
Religious Notices.
I T-S^WKSI.KY It. KrSfll'iS-H U..(. I> L
JtS* Ash, pastor. I'rCflchlttK at I" * ,n;
by Kuv. C. llopwooil. Sal)hath School at p.
T-5a,?'r. matoikws uinicii *.*
Aj~<y' Hwoik.*, I' I'., rector, -cni"- .ii I'1 "
I n. m., when tlie rector will officiate. No even*
lug service.
I tor. KorvlciiM at 10:.'10 h. in. iltld J>. la. ffS'
| t'lny .School at p. in.
J. T. Met lun . H. 1?.. i i
vIccm at 10:30 it. ill. No survicc in ti<c m-nitfSabbath
School at '2::a> p. m. ?
T-^>NOKTU STREET M. E. < ?' ?
Rev. SI. P. Drydeli. pu*t< r. .-crvii
morrow *t I0:;:o n. m. and n.O' p. ??
School ut 2 p. m. Young pcojilv w tn'-ctlug*??
p. m.
T^5>za.ve street m. i riiriii ii r*
jfr-Cr (inilmm, {utfior. n'eivlcw ?:11 1,1 ""
and 7:30 p. m. minday .SaIiooIh: j. i?.
mcotltijr Sunday at G.oua. m.and <? Wflnv-'i
Mli-to p. m.
Cor. Twentieth mid M?rk< t
Win. H. Cooke, pwitor. f-nhUtli nIk>"I**
Ua. m. Young wnde's mevthi-,: ' I ,n,:
loplo, "Parity." .
T^S^DISCIPLBS CHfltni-ivnire wi... !
Init-Elder X. L. Atw.-! i-..--;;'- f .
vice* at l?:.wa. m. and ":V> j>. ?i. fr.-r '
of Wheeling Female Coll. ..- ?i 1 i :
morning. Sunday e'diool ut * ? '?
mlwilon at 2::io p. in.
T~3*CltAI>USK >TUI.i:'l ' 11"
Jt-)r^Yrm.G. B!iiil.l.,i!, r - I"'!1"/?
?t 10:30 n. in. So mnllii; - '
School?Infant department, t?a. in.;
depurtment, 'i p. in. I'rayer meetltitf
day uvetilng at H o'clock.
Y-SsjTiiiitii ritK-iivTi.i:i.in. > in'"
Jr-sr*Klxblh I
rrttdiliik'Mt m.
ami In the evening ?'>- Rev ,H, I
Humlny Hcboolat 2 > ?" m*M ""J
cm' Meeting Saturday ?' ?J
"V?S^FIKHT BATTIHT ' 11J ll'i -1,1 v \ "l- I
Twelfth and Hymn i).o I
Jordan, pastor. senrfcea m
tectum room: preaching at I _ H
Hcbool at 2:30 p. m. J,011"* {J?J.,..,. WrJM*
Monday ?t?:00p. in. Prayer un?Uu.
day at 8:00 p. m. __ _ I
Rev. 11. F. Randolph; U.V |>T. I
Preaching at 10:? ? n'.an.l -"I' . , 'y. F
C. P. Mtuklcn. D.D.*. ol Mad?*>i> } .a I
CburcbiNew York. f<?rui?r F*41"'. . yer I
street. Sunday School at i y- ?plo'i
meeting Mouday at ?.w !? Ul

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