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Geo. Nl. Snook & Co.
GEO. M. SNOOK
<Sz CO.
Ihphh
NEW FALL
WINTER STOCK
NOW OPEN.
Dress Goods
ash
WRAPS
at
Special Prices
This Week.
Geo. M.Snook&C(
1110 MAIN STREET.
Wanted.
\\r I'. WISH TO EMmyY~A KK
T T raluHineu on Milurv to hell our >?'<)o<1h
Miupli' to the wholesale hikI reluil trade
Wheeling W. Vit., am) adjoining Stute#. We i
tlu- liirKi-st manufacturer* of our lira; in i
rami try. Scud two ceutsin hIiuii|>n for parti
Inr.N. Xo jtohtrtln answered. C'kntksmai. M':
Co.. CiliellitlHtl. <>. h1i22-mwa
WAXTKD?TKAf JIKR8 OK OT
KitS wiflhitig jtffuiniinit, jiroMablr n
Iwii'irtililr employment are wirntctl lo Holleit mi
M'rlptiotiH to "The Loom Ik Natiotinl Library
MM'lutlon." an Im-orfwirated body with jmid
it. I s\t aiiKMMMk thllt wIM HUVU U> ItM htlllBl
itvrh nil nvenme of M per cent ??ti am. hook* ?
bTATioNBitv they purchase. None but pcrai
of good nddrewuitid reputation, with witiiifiieti
referenw, are desired; to mucIi we are prepa
to ct'AKANTKK u good tuiiury. Home Imve mi
?i"? ii ilitv. Apply by letter or In person to
J. C. OIIK, General Mutineer,
iel-' mwk 41 Twelfth Streei
Cheese.
TfMHVAltn WAGNER,
Wholesale Dealer in
Sweitzer and Limberger Chees
No. Slot) MAIN ST., Wheeling, W. Wa.
Ordtsrx by uiuil receive prompt attention.
Millinery.
A. L. RICE & CC
During this week we will
bo in daily receipt of the
Latest Millinery Novelties.
A. L. RICE & CO.
- IT
8fhf fulfill arum
vj v;? (V '? - -
Mm*. C.1 ami SI FmirlitoiiUi Mrrn
N? w Ad vnrt iMi<ini'ii 11>.
Wanted- Hoard in a 1'iiv.ite Family.
J'lmiu hur rfnlii?K. W. ItHiiincr t"n.
For Cf neintittli?tsuiimi'r Atuio.
Mhj'o it uio.?TIio Ideal Food .Mill.
City Tux Nolico?S. I.. Hrlrt*.
For Unit ami For Kale-Jnuuh A. Henry, K
K* lit to Agent.
11. ?v It.?Kxlmordltiary lJur>mliiK.
(ieo. K Stlf?;l VCi:.?SHU, Vclvr-tMltld IMturtl
A. I.. ltliH' & I'o ? Ik-nil ui i.oi'til.
A. I.. KICK Jc CO.
Our special Mill! of Handkerchiefs n
conl lime throughout I his week, 1
nllVr hriiiitllnl designs of excellent i|"
ill- lit very low price.
ji.tw A. L. KICK A CO.
KI.KVKN KIjKVKX.
82 CENTS A PAIK
will he the price for n lot of Fine I
Iilutes in all the leading similes. Si
coiuniciu'lll^ to-i!,i v. no not in Ism I
opportunity. Tlioy ure worlli Uonl
I lie selling price. At
TIIK POPULAR,
1111 Main Street
FOR FALL AMI WIX'i'l'K.
Just received a complete and artin
assortuient of Suitings, Panlalooiik
mid Overcoatings, which we warrant
make up lu llrst-class style, and at ri
soaahle prices. Fit guaranteed,
i iu.. < cull Mini or IJeiils* Furnish!
(limits oil display. Examine our (,'t
lirnleil Wuuleu Jackets.
C. HESS & SOX'S,
11121 X 1328 Market Street
WE lliive tin* onlj sneeesjftil lunrlil
mill melliinl ul ilciim^iii'll/liii,- until
In West Virginia
J.UOll W. UltUBB, Jeweler,
I'or. Twelfth ii Market Sis
Thermometer llecuril.
The thorinometer at Schnepf's dr
store, Opera House corner, .Saturdi
registered as follows:
7 n. m M I 3 p. in
Ua. in ?W 7 p. in
1J iii I Weather?Changi'iit
HUM DAY.
V a. ui iii' I 8 p. m
? a. ui 71 4 7 p. in
12 in 7:1 | Weather-Haiti.
Weather Itullnillon*.
Washington, I). C., September 1(5
For West Vlr^iniu, clearing, sliffhi
cooler, Monday night westerly wim
For Western Pennsylvania, light rail
sliglitlv cooler, Monday night soul
nr.-hterly winds.
Kejiublienti Jmiielnl Conference.
The ltepublican conferees of Mi
shall, Hancock, Brooke ami Oliioeoti
ties will meet in this city to-day
nominate two candidates for the judi
- 'PI... < <? ? fnr.tit
oi tne uireuii- vw"w *v ?
will ,?eot in the Lincoln club rooms,
far, the only names mentioned for t
positions are those of Joseph It. I flu
William Krskine ami W. 1J. I learn e,
thin county, ami 0. L. llolliday,
Moundsville.
From Aliuku.
Mrs. J. L. Gould, of Alaska, will n
dress a public meeting in tuo iccni
room of the First Presbyterian Cliur
on Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, m
will give nu interesting account of tl
mission work in that far off iiunl.
splendid oportujiity will be uil'orded
iliear the cbeering reports from tii
Rapidly developing part of tlio Anieric;
"Continent. Men, women ami childrt
Hvill receive vnluablu information.
I'ulMturtl by SniiMiEf.
The family of Joseph Noice, living
Moundsville, had sauHage for breukfti
vesterday. His three children ate of
heartily. About luilf an hour after tl
meal was finished the children were i
taken violently ill. Dr. John R. Dav
was called in and pronounced their i
m'ss duo to strychnine poisoning. Tl
children were very ill at latest advic
last night, and the prospects for their t
covery were considered very poor.
IflCAJi BRKHTlEi T
\ M[liter- u( Miuoi Uuuieut In mill Atom! 1
Uw CltT.
Scvex wu'ks from to-morrow till th<' _
L election.
The Brilliant mill resume* work lo
duv alter u shut down of a week.
Govuuion Wilson Iiiik appointed 0.
M. Ford, o( Wheeling, 11 notary public. J
Tim lost will and testament of Elizntictli
A. Rogera was admitted to probotu (
Saturday.
The Ur. .1. 15. Reed property, on
w..nil> s>!il<> uiih milil Sat
.uurtvui. Butui, "
unlay to Mrs. Keed for $o,ooa.
Tiik Ben wood furnace at Martin's
Kerry was stopped for about three hours
yesterday, owing to a broken tweer.
sim'kkintkxiikst Riddi.k is progress- 1
ing rapidly in laying the water main t
which is to cross the erei'k at Market ^
street.
William Hamilton, who resides up '
on the National road, was badly hurt by r
a cow, a short distance al?ove the city, j
Saturday.
Tiik Natural Gas Company <>f Went ,
Virginia is putting in a five-inch pipe
on Chapline street, between Fourteenth
and Fifteenth streets.
Tim engineers of the Souin rennsyi
vania & Ohio railroad have about com- i
pleted the survey between Martin's
Ferry and Portland. J
Tub Junior Plumed Knights will meet 1
at their headquarters in Lincoln club '
hall this evening rtt 7:30 o'clock. All ,
young Republicans are earnestly re- J
quested to be present.
Phof. McOi.km.and's orchestra lias ,
been engaged for the Fourth street M.
K. Sunday School for the /all and winter ,
season, it made its iirht appearance (
yesterday, and proved a decided uddi- ,
tion to the music and pleased the ptipiln
and teachers very much. j
? Two men, named Attvell and Stein, j
got into a light in Hoffman's saloon in <
Ithe North Knd, Saturday evening, and i
I were arrested by Officers lleulop and ;
Desmond. Both victims were in the I
lockup at an early hour Sunday morning t
-s sleeping oir the frayed edges of their debauch.
? It rained hard Saturday night, and 1
\}' almost incessantly from early in the j
"Jj evening till line in uu- murmu^..
iuc uarade of the Plumed Knights und the 1
I'm Kepublican rally at Martin's Ferry were f
jj![j necessarily declared oil*. The Knights '
y' (lecidcd to turn out next Thursday even- 1
^ ing, if the weather permit*!. " 1
rift tlosEi'ii -M. Hamilton, for fifteen years
? ?* manager of the Top mill coal mines, now
yp employed in the mines at jMaynard,
;:ri Ohio, while in the city on a visit Huturwl
day evening, was decoyed into Hell's
?"y foundry and presented with a tine gold*
ml headed cane, appropriately inscribed, a
uie gift from his old associates.
In Judok Jacob's Court Saturday, in
' the matter of the suit of John iinjjoy vs.
Albert Lt Archibald, et al., prohibition,
the rule was discharged and plaintil)
? ordered to pay defendant's costs. Execution
was suspended for wixty days, to
admit of an appeal. No business was
transacted in Judge Boyd's Court.
)Cj IJaiikv JJkadly was released from jail
.Saturday, upon I he expiration of his
sentence for petit larceny, and started to
look up hiK wife. He found her in a
= very questionable situation, and going
before Justice l'hilllps he swore out a
? warrant for the arrest of hit* wife and a
) young man, on the charge of unlawful
cohabitation.
fjati'ttpay night a man named Bird
got qu a street car on the Island line,
and during the nrogress 01 inu irij> ingot
into a quariel with tlx* driver, a man
named Keenc. When tliey not opposite
the ear stables, they were arrested for
disorderly conduct by Officers McNiehols
and Lukcns, Bird is still in the lockup.
Keenc gave bail tor his appearance.
Satuuday a boy naund Charles West,
? living iu Alley 7, west ot Jlain street,
? had a close eall from being kicked to
death. Jle was standing talking to a
' boy, who was holding a Texas ponv,
~ when the pony suddenly lt*l lly, catch~
ing young West just above the left eye
and knocking him about ten feet, He
waa picked up insensible ami carried
home and a physician summoned. It
was thought for a time lie was fatally injured,
but the physician soon had "him
cut around in gooa shape,
ies. Ai;uL'm;oiu\
Strungtir* lit thu City and WliiMding i'cojdo
Abroad.
William Law lloolf is in the city. *
{.'J W. J. .McMillin, of Moil ml City, Kiis.,
'y is here on a visit to friends.
Lieutenant D. It, Dovore, U. S. Army,
is visiting his brother, J. II. Dcvore,
Mr. Louis Swabaeker has returned
home from an Eastern business trip.
| Wilson White, a letter carrier, left Sat
unlay evening lor uiuciiiunu, 10 .sjiniu
[Id his vacation.
lie Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Fahnestock. of
lie Pittsburgh. are stopping a few (in)'s
jle with friends in the city 011 their return
from Indianapolis.
Gov. Jackson, of Maryland, is the
guest of Kx-Unitcd .States Senator Henry
(i. Davis, at Doer Park. Hon. S. 15.
J'llkins is now at home at Deer Park.
yc 'Mrs. S. 15. Lewis, 1100 Mis* Mollie
ijrH Tredenneck, and daughter Miss Liia, of
|0 Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting the fainL,tt.
ily of Mr. Benjamin Fisher. Mrs. Lewis
intends visiting friends in . Boston benjr
fore she returns home.
le- Col. George \V. Harrison, of Piedmont,
the well known ollieial of tin?
West Virginia Central tV Pittsburgh
. Kaiiroad, is in the city, the guest of lijs
brother, Chief Clerk Sam B. Harrison,
[lie of the 31cLure house. He is on his way
les to Philadelphia on railroad business.
Mr. Ed. B. Scull and wife, *of Somerset,
Pa., are ;at the McLure house, hav
ing returned from a month's vacation in
the West. Mr. Scull ia a brother of
General Passenger Agent Scull, of the
UK Baltimore and Ohio, ami the son of the
iy, Congressman of the same name,of Pennsylvania.
7:' JiEJ-TSEI) TO CONCEDE.
lie. .
| Tin- Nullum ut lteljulre Oerlilo to. Coll
75 tinue tliti l.ofkiiiit.
71 The nailers at the Bclluiro mill have
been idle for several months, and it
looks as if tho nail works will not rehy
sume until the nailers agree to some
:1s. concessions. Heretofore a job consisted
us, of four machines, but the mill company
h- has proposed that each nailer kereafter
run eight machines, the same to be operated
after tho rules employed at the La
Ik*lie Iron Works' tack factory in tins
nr- cfty. A meeting of the nailers was held
in- Saturday evening, and the proposition
to was unanimously rejected.
jes - Modal*
Awaiting Owner*.
So The Pittsburgh Dupalch of yesterday
he says: Cant. Charles 11. Brvson, of Com.11,
oany K, First Regiment \Vost Virginia
of Volunteers, who resides at 902 Cabot
of way, South Side, has in his p<jsscH.si<m
thirty-seven medals of that company,
which he desires to distribute to men
who have not yet received thorn. This
d- refers only to the lirst three months'
re men of the late war. The Captain exi'h
pects to have all the medals of the First
nd Kegiment shortly which have not been
i?e received by members or their heirs.
lo nmnj"' " * *,
it Mr F % Koone came licre some days
in ago as the agent of a Pittsburgh lirniiu>
in ,|0 luisinewi here in t'lo merchandise
brokerage line. He tfirived /or aome
days but the firm did uot, and the flrot
tluiik they knew ho had skipped out tor
in parts unknown with the proceeds of th?
"?t business, amounting to ?2,000. i
it Mr. J. E. Mciliuisli, of the Pittsburgh '
>e firm of Melhuish A Co., arrived in the I
ill city and settled the claims fur ?2,000
is and will continue the business.
m Com is and hear Sam Small to-night.
08 He lias no equal.
v
Drink Malto at sodu fouutaiu.
tE HEES THE IMPORTANCE
To the Workingmen of the Pro- Cjt
tective Tariff. l"?
eat
iON. J. H. BURTT WITHDRAWS J
roni i In- I iii<i 11 J.iilior Ticket as to-i
<amli<lu?e f??r Auditor,am! CJIvch !|vi
hi
IIu IIcosoiih Very Plainly?The nai
Democracy for Free Trade.
Co
wil
Mr. J. II. Burtt,of this city, the Union fro
Alitor party's nominee on the .State
icket for Auditor, lias written a letter Jjjc
o the State Executive connuittee with- rip
trowing from the tfuket and giving the Ho
eiisons which impel him to this course, j5??
lis letter of withdrawal is as follows: 0|,j
Wheeling, September 13, 1888. me
'Ion. J. \V. (Simlmm nml Sfewjirr* of thc'Statr Ex- efl(
a ntirt Commillrc of tnr h'm'un Labor I'arl'j of .....
II- -' Vir.jinin: "Ul
Gkxtlkmkn :?Kuclosod you will lind j>U}
ny declination for the office of Auditor ?j
ipou the State ticket. jeft
For this course I assume it is due to
mi mi.I tin. cnininittee that I announce i.?:
Iirouuh you the cause for this with- j,at
Irawal. * j?rt
Kver since I have been in the State I in
lave been connected with the Green- ^,r
jack-Labor party, and have always used ftjn
ny utmost endeavors to teach the prin- ro(]
iples us promulgated by it. me
>o long us it did not interfere with or col]
ncnacc t In* trudisorlabortioeietieB of the wj,
jountry, I felt it a duty to continue my nec
connection with it. me
Hut the lines arc ho drawn in the com- j
njc election between the Democratic not
I .arty and the people engaged in the in- jjn]
Justrial interests of the country, that I Vftt
regard it criminal for any voter to follow ?
i policy which tends to sap the very jm
foundations which make our present mn
trade aiitl labor societies possum*. v:i
If the tarilf is disturbed it will pro- re(]
voke a competitive war between this mi- an(
Lion and others. Our people would re- OI
sis-l any change wliicii might be enforced yn
by "strikea" and other methods, thereby ?ie
fitting a suspension in the industries |,L
iiH'ecteu until the workers accepted the |M
situation. Then our socjeties would 1
ho broken and scattered, never to re- '
cover. *
I believe the Democratic party of the Jr(|
nation intends to pursue a policy which (j(t]
would eyentuallv result in Free" Trade. ,
The party in West Virginia will follow 1 *,
wlu-nwr it is led. This is shown byits j
representatives in Congress, who support roj
thetparty in its course on the Mills bill, hU|
which has been so tersely proclaimed as t
the lirst step toward the abolition ofnll
tariffs, and indicates the road to Free L ,
Trade. ^
I do not believe it in to the best inter- {4lj
ests <?f West Virginia that this policy 8C|
should prevail; nor do I believe it wise tj1(
for any voter to tritle at this critical rj
period, but oacli snouiu so aci mat ?? >
convictions 011 this subject should count ^
in the general result, :n
Llmv^been led to consider that duty cu
requires 1110 lo seVer my connection gU)
with the Union Labor party and give .UIJ
whatever influence I may have to tlit
party which proposes to defend the
standard of the American laborer. gu'
I hold that it is the government's (
duty to protect the American people jrf
from foreign importations. If this is
done the Amencau workman will see V
thathegetsa full, just share of the pro- 0
duct of his labor. Respectfully yours, '
J. II. ISUKTT. SJI
ATKimv AT 'wil.EVVll.liH.
Tin? County Convention, uf Ii? Mukt'M TO!
U fCI
The Republicans of Wetzel county ^
held their County Convention at Wiley- ^
vilje f?u Saturday, and it was largely at- w
tended and in every way encouraging to lai
those who have the BiWd'aS of Hie Utf-1
publican cause at heart. Mr. 8. 0. Miffer j."'
was nominated for Sheriff and Mr.'Rohr- II<
baugh for tin* House of Delegates. No ^a
other noinjnaUo.qK were made. Among ws
those in attoudanco vrpip 9large number dit
of Democrats, some of whom bad pqmo eij
quite a distenre to hear lion. G. W. At- hji
kinson, the Republican nominee for ?i?
Congress/ talk on the tariff, particularly va
as it affects woo), lumber and other in- eh
terests of thai couiity. Thejr presence wc
shows they are interested in tile Issue, ph
and do not propose to vote blindly from fat
partisan prejudice. Jar
Mr. Atkinson made a ringing speech, Xti
showing Jiow seriously the farmer is affected
by the tariff legislation of Congress,
and exposing the jipjlowness of A
the pretensions of the i*'rce Traders. JJe
was listened to with the closest interest
and frequently applauded.
?:? of
TUB C ANN OX FLAP COMPLETE toi
And a good siart toward a UumlHoiitc Llui* W
l>?r 11I40. lie
The J ntklmokiu eu's liepubiipan cam- 0p
paign caution fund now amounts to kc
$212 50. The cannon now on the way ?b
here from New Haven, Conn., cant an ye
even $20(1. The gentlemen most inter- i0i
esjed in the cannon scheme think that dit
it will not lio complete without the |jj
handsome limber which goes with it, Qf
and they insist that the ill nil ahull be trn.
kopt open till it reaches the original
sum nanietl?$250?and the limber can to
be ordered. It will eost the extra$50, ^0
and will .set the beautiful gun oil' finely. jjr
The following encouraging letter was
received Saturday: jjo
Ci.kvei.am) Axle MAKPK4eTpat.No Co.,) tin
Ci.kvklani), 0., .Sept. 14, 'bS. / pri
To the 1-Alitnr of tli* Jntdliumerr. iin
Sin-I see by your paper of yesterday an
you are short* about forty quarters of in)
completing your cannon fund. I enclose all
herewith iny check .for $10, that will ph
cover the dellcieney. Should the fund loi
be completed by tne time thjs reaches coi
you, apply the proceeds of check to aim on
munition fund, and "let her go Galla- tin
gher" for Harrison, Morton and I'rotec- sti
tion. Yours sincerely,
(?KO. A. Laugiilin.
Following is the roll of honor since ^
the lost list of contributors was printed: ' ,
Amount previously loporicd uu
K. W. Taylor i'.
II. (*. Taylor 2*? trr
II.K. Taylor ,n
Hurry I? Km- t h<
KopuMlcun^ji'ly 1 (iu
8. NVihitl ;c
II-? KctluC(l> '? ,1U
Atfi-iit California pfg syrup t'uiupuiiy 1 wi lis
I'MtlM (illllUt .. 'i'l
Mm. Jnuo I'lillltii VO
.MP* <inu c Philips..... ... ?' fol
Mlwt llotou Philips is Al
Ml-1 iPh,J|,w i". Al
(-Mb r. an
OcorKc A. 10 (HI ini
?'uh }W j '
\v. s. M-j'.- iiii * r. 'f
Char )iariii:(t, IfrMgcport 'i*? Hl(
l-'rutik H"oih -i tin
c. ?'. Ultlenour .......... 2?
wi
It is hoped the fund will reach $2o0by i^1
the lime the cannon arrives. Are then: 0,1
any other liberal souloij citizens? K0<
,V Luxury mid Nt'CPiinlty
for rich nml poor who wish to enjoy . .J
good health, and who do not wish to re- AI
sort to hitter, nauseous liver mcdicines
and cathartics, is the eon cent rated Call- 4
tofttla liouid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. 1111
Sold by #fogan Co., Anton P. Hess, K.
B. Hurt and C. Mepjceinuller. At Bel
laire by M. N. Mercer. *
X (JURAT treat. .Sam W. Small at
Alliambra Jiink to-night. . 1
"A stitch in time saves nine"?if
laken with "Mile-End." Yes. 1
??? m
Comk and hear Sam Small to-night. <la>
He has no eaual. fail
fill
Pkink MhUo, it is pleasant, wil
A great treat. Sum W. Small at C
Vlbombra Kink to-night. He
COL JOHN II. SCIiilVAN.
clcnt S?*rvlr*? It?iiil?-rvil Hie <???;
iiH iil During thu War.
i special telegram from Washington ,
y to the Cincinnati Commercial GaztlU
i the following mutter of local interfile
Wheeling papers recently un- ?
uneed the death of a prominent man,
o made the city of Bellaire what it i*
joy. It was that of Col. John H. Suliin,
whose death occurred last week
the place which he founded. It was
ned after Bellaire, in Maryland,
ere he lived for sometime. ^llthough
lonel Sullivan had been connected
:h many enterprises iu the county
ru his earliest years to the present,
tlnallv closed his career in the town e
beautifully named, on the hunks of
! Ohio river, noar Wheeling, at the
e old ags of eighty yearn. From the
n. S. S. Cox, a nephew of the desed,
the following particulars of the
1 of this eminent citizen have been
ained. Uulike most of the young
n of Central Ohio, he gave his best
>rts. not to politics, nor to literature,
r to his artistic tastes, in which he
? an adept, but to large and extensive
sin ess projects.
'he city of Davenport, la., is more or
i indebted to him for its beginning,
y years ago. Hut Bell aire seemed to
i'O been his home, to which he ever
1 the animus reverdendium. As
fsident of the Central Ohio Kailroad,
1848, he made Bellaire one of the
mini of that railroad, and by his own
inst. unaided exertions nlnnir the
ite, by public addresses, by manage- 1
nt, engineering, skill and en orgy he !
inetted the road with ColumbnB, O.. J
ich to-day forma one of the lines eon- *
ting with the Haiti more k Ohio, forrlv
known as the Central Ohio. l.
i I?rief narrative of his life should )
i be omitted by those who value ster- '<
k? integrity, domestie worth and eulti *
ed intellect. }
Lionel John II. Sullivan, hod of i
Jgo Samuel Sullivan ami Mary Free- I
n, his wife, was born at St Claim '
le, ().. February 17, 1S0S. The family
noveu subsequently to Zanesville,
1 that town became his home, lie j
npleted his education at the Ohio 1
liversity, at Athens. At an early age
entered into active service, and was ;
used with Zanesville's successful uier- !
mts.
n the early history of railroad buildj
in Ohio Col. Sullivan occupies a
niiinent place. During his absence
m home in 1S4S he was elected Presint
of the Central Ohio Railroad Com- 1
ny.
I'n In thiH time nntliili" whatever hud '
i'ii done toward the construction of a .
id, ami only $10,000 of stock bad been
Ascribed, the amount required by law
admit of incorporation. Immediate
rsonal attention was ijivcn by Colonel
IUvan, not only to the teulmica! 1
tics of the office, but also to the obnment
of the necessary stock sub- ,
iption, the negotiation of the bonds,
8 survey of the line and securing the
;ht of way.
Hie line to be traversed was through
is roughest and most diilicult country
the State. Added to the general dilliItjes
surrounding the projection of
idi an enterprise, was the unsafe and
settled linanc'ial condition of the bunks
roughout the country.
Notwithstanding these obstacles Col.
llivan pushed the enterprise to a sueisful
termination, the road extendimi
im Columbus to Bellaire, a distance of
7 miles. In 1S55 he resigned the presjncy
of the road, which is now an iiurtant
part or the Biiltiiuore & Ohio
stem.
During the late war, Colonel Sullivan
is connected with the working man
L'liicnt of the Baltimore and Ohio railml,
and in a semi-diplomatic position
udered efficient service, not only to
i> ?oad, but to tliu Government, in
:jlitating prompt :j?:d careful transporJon
of troops and supplies from the
est into Virginia and Western Maryid.
In later years Colonel Sullivan built
d was connected with two other railids
of injnor importance in the .State.
j was married in' to .Susan young
ne, who died in 1BH. He was afterirds
married to Dibdamia Stowes, who
;d some ten years :igo. lie Inis had
;ht children, only two sona surviving
5i. Gnu of his sons is married to a
ece of lion. 2. S. Cox. Colonel Sullin's
funeral services were held in the
urch at Bellaire 011 Thursday of last
:ek, but his body was borne to the
ice where he had lived, and where his 1
her (.fudge Samuel Sullivan) lived a
ge part 01 his ljfe, the pemetery at
nesville.
1IIS FIFTEENTH AXMVKKSAKV.
Man U'Iio.ho C'aret-r in Wlivellui; it Rare i
and Creditable. 1
fifteen years ago ^q-day?on the 17th
September, 1872J Mr. Martin Thorni,
who had then but recently come to
heeling from Louisville, Kv., where
had been in the grocery business, :
cncd the Capitol Restaurant on Mart
street, at the corner of the alley
ove Fourteenth street, His opening
ntjire was very modest, hut tilled a .
jg-felt want, und his accommodating
jposition, care for the comfort of his
trons and strict attention to business
solaced him to-day in the front rank
Wheeling business men. He has
qe ninvard ami upward. Other rcslrants
liaye smarted ami failed, only
ilnd him more prosperous than ever,
day lie is the proprietor of the ifew I
unswick hotel, the only house on the
iropean plan of which Wheeling can
ast, and here as in his former ventures, ;
pro is no lack of signs that his enter- ;
iso is appreciated. His specialties 1
vu always been good cooking, polite I
d intelligent uejrvjce, clean surroundi^?,
and tor fare the he4 tho ijiarket
brds in such liberal quantity that peoi
cannot see "how he does it" at his
v prices. He is tho recipientof hearty
ritfratulations from his scores of friends
his anniversary, and he desires to re- ,
... u*lin Imvi.
ick fiwt to him through ulj these years.
UPIES' HAIR PRESSING 1'AKLUK.
mi'llilni; n?\v-A Liiiii; Felt Want to
Lilili'tl to tlitf iliiHini'HM List of tVlinclliii;,
Mr, Lou Swabacker has just returned .
>?; New York where lie has secured
e services of i> J'raejieal Hair Worker,
to lias learned his trade iu Paris and ,
s worked in one of the leading estabhments
in New York City for some
apt. fie ran make anything suited ,
*ladies* head \*ear ju the hair line. i
nong his specialties will be Ladies'
d Children s Hair Cutting, Shampoo- i
Hair Dyeing and Bleaching and
dje/j'Hair Dressing for special occaWe
expect to run this branch iu ,
st-class style and hope to be able fo
en iu about one week, of which we j
)1 jjiye notice through, the papers j
iring this week wo will be filling all ,
r diirerent departments with now ]
)ds just purchased. '
Lou S\VAI1ACK Kit. i
k (jhkai tie^t. Sam W. Small at |
liambra Kink to-night.
^1-7 pLou'Eiw oi all kinds on luuul at
times at L. II. Nowvjock's,
?062 Wain street.
>o.mk and hear .Sam Small to-night.
i has no equal.
3ri.sk ma!io.
t'lnclnnnti Onteuiilitl Excursion.
"ho steamer Andes will make a spe1
excursion, leaving Wheeling Tuesr,
Sept. 18, 1888, at 3 p. m. l)o not
to make thi3 trip and see the benutiseenerv
of the Ohio Valley. There
1 also he good music on hoard.
Iome and hear .Sam Small to-night,
lias no equal.
THE PENNAHT QUESTION
Is About Settled by the Games
Played Yesterday.
rHE WORK DONE THIS TRIP
tfisoiirifK to Oiut Won unci Two ;
!<imn lias Her I'snnl Luck ami J
Pull* Out All UIkIiI ? Uima
iynycrn Sold?Hull Note*.
There were two Tri-State champion- (
ihip games played yesterday, and they
musically settled the pennunt question;
,ima is almost certain to win it. Wheel- i
nb' played at Canton yesterday and lost,
vhilo I.imu. bv winniricr a irame at Col
ltubus, very materially widened what <
vas a narrow gap between it and Wheel- ,
ng. In the game at Canton Wheeling
itilfered another defeat, towards which
he new basemen, West and Swift, aj>>ear
to have contributed. The reports
>f the games received are as follows:
Canton, 0., Sept. lt>.?Canton shut
iVheeling out in an excitinggaiue to-day 1
lefore a fair audience. .Monroe pitched ]
i good game, keening the visitors hits so ,
veil scattered tiiaUtliey failed to get a ,
nan around the bases. Canton's men 1
lucceeded in bunching their hits in the
bird and eighth innings, and aided ]
>y Wheeling's errors, scored three runs, i
I lie ^ruuiiu.N wrru nut iiuu coivitu nun j
itieky mini, which accounts for most of |
IVheeling's errors, all of which wore i
lostlv. I
FJIKKLINUM 11.111. r. A K. ? ANTON. K. II. I*. A K.
v'lehuls.in.. ti (i o l o Delaney, :i. 1 I 2 7 o i
I'liik. ?: 0 1 !l 'J 0 Jones, 2 0 1 "J I J
swift, 2 o o i! i Virtue, I... o i US o n I
iVi'ht, 1 n 0 U 1 1 Plill'ue, III. It II 0 II 0
'roguti, r... 0 1 - i' I o'llrlen, r 0 0 0 0 0,
k'miSant,:! o 2 I f. o Zeelier, h... <; o o 2 o
ilrodle. I... 0 10 0 o sharp. 1 1 "4 I 0 o ;
itternon.M.. o o 2 1 o K'zslm's, e. 1 1 :t o 0
Ivuauss, j>.. o o 0 lo *j Monroe, j?.. 0 1 0 2 1
Totil 0 7> 27|? 1 Total a ~7 27 lf? 1 1
anion 0 o 1 0 0 0 0 2 0-rt 1
Wheel ini; 0 o ii o o 0 0 o 0-0
Kur/itvl runs?Cauioii 2. Twn-lme hit?Fitxiiiiiinon?.
llase on balls?Off Monroe 1. lilt by
ittclier?Nlchol. Struck out?lly Kuauss is. ,
stolen bases?Canton a. Lofton bases?Canton
i. Wheeling " Double plays?Dclancy to Virtue.
I'lme 1:15. Umpire?Vouuk.
Lima's I.Ul'K. 1
Coi.uji ill's, O., Sept. KK-r Columbus had
the game fairly won from Lima to-day
until in the eighth inning, when by
loose playing ami several errors,' they
deliberately gave it away. Though the
visitors had the same number of hits,
none of their four runs were earned.
The score;
T. U.K. K.
Columbus o o o i j ? I o o?:: r, t ,
1.1 ltiu 0 0 U 0 0 0 0 2 2? I f> :$
Earned?Columbus, 2. I latteries?.1. ilnmllboe
ui'lSmith;Huston and Grim. CmpIre?O'Day.
ONE GAME EACH WAV
At MuiixlltOtl on Saturday ? SU'iizvl'h llutiHi
or CoHtly l?rror*.
Saturday the Wheeling ball team
played two championship games at
Mansfield, winning the first by a score of
I to 2 and losing the second by a score
of 7 to II. The team intended to leave
here Friday night ait 11:15 o'clock, but
the train was nearly live hours late and
they arrived at Mansfield in anything
hut good shape, having been up all night i
and having had but a snatch or two of
sleep. In the lirist game Kmiuss was (
given good support, considering what
the team had suffered for want of rest I
and sleep, the Manslleld team being
able to find hint but for two safe hits, i
In the second, however, there was a let- i
ting down of tired natives aud the tailenders
got all there was to be had out of i
it. This gauie was lost in the third in- i
ning when Mansfield got in two hits.
Swift, the new second baseman, made a
had throw and Stenzel bunched up a
passed ball, a bad throw to third and a
mufr of a.Hi row home. This resulted in t
four runs being scored. The two runs <
made by Mansfield in the first gfimo
were made on two hits and a bad error i
by Van Zant, i
"President McDermith failed to have a
regular umpire present, and Mansfield .
presented a man named Jamison, and
insisted on his beimr chosen as uinnire.
Manager Uuckenburger, made suspicious
by the anxiety of Mansfield to have liiui i
serve, linally arranged for the double
system, and had a man named Miller
ulso chosen. Miller wus, as a rule, fair,
hut Jamison cQnjiflenced foisting >Vl*oeling
at the oiit&et and kept it up steadily.
The attendance was about 300. The second
game consisted of only nine innings,
and had to he stopped on account of
darkness.
The score of the lirst game is as follows:
VVUKKM.NO. It. n.'P. A K.IMAN'nF.I.D. K. fe. I'. A K.
NIchol, of. 1 - o o Hurrah, 'J... o I .r> ?i 0
Vulk, ? V 2 :> 2 Ci HW'ko.lfae (i (i 'J 1 o
i-'wift, 2 I) I I ()|MoVoy, if.. 0 0 10 0
Went, 1 1 1 It 0 o,Harrow, v.. 0 0 I I
I'rognu. r... 01 2 0 o oil.en'eli, r... 0 0 0 0 o
VanZunt.H o n o ? 2f!.\V(*ak??,:< o o 2 2 o
Slrotlie, I.... 0 o 1 t o TorrejVn.l 1 I 12 1 1
otterson s. o o 2 ;t l l?H'n.?: a If 1 o 0 0 o
Kuau??, p.. 0 0 1 8 0 Ik'U'Hcy, |? 0 o o 2 2
Total J h[27 111 :t Total 2 2 21 Hi 4
W heeling 1 o i> (j Q H o p- I '
V.atirliL'in ; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0- 2 1
Martini run*? Wheeling, I. Two bnso hit?
VVom. Home run?Klvbol. Struck out?Kiimikk i
lleniiewv i. liases on bails? lleuneney ,
lilt by pltelier?McVov. Double play*?Darrah
in IInrrntv Ilut-ruli In Tiirri'VMin.
Following is the score of the second 1
,'a me:
IV1IKKLINU. ?T iT. K *1 IT II.|l*. A. K. ,
Sielioi, of.., o I o o! l Durrah. 2? 2 2i 1 1 1 :
swift, a iiii iiK.WiK'ku < l o :i o
West, I 0 1 1(11 ij.McVey, c f. 1 2 2 II 0 ,
I'roeun, rf.. I i? (i t> 4 Darrow, n* l l "J 1 o
>tcuzcl, a. I o r. 1 2 borsch, rf. <> 0 u 0 0
Van Ziint, s u 2 I 2 0 ??. Wes'koii o o :i 1 o
Krodie, If... o ?i 1 (i O Torrcysonli o 0 0 0 ,
OUorwiti.w ( ! i? l o Dillon, If. l I :i 0 o
Kiannii'n.p o o l u ulDaie, p. l 1 o h o >
Total ?| :> '.'1 IV r?| Total I 7 ~7 -MIu 1
Mansfield 0 14 0 10 1?7
Wheeling .. :i o o o o o o-:i
Karned?Manrlleld l. Home run?Darrah.
Struck out?by Flanagan 7. Dale .r?. Paused balls
?Stenxel :t. wild pitch?Dale. I'm pi re*?Miller
and Jamison.
Him>? ll.?ll Uriel*.
The Fairmontclubaiid Adelson'sGrafton
club played a match game at Grafton
Saturday, the home team winning by a
Bcore of 10 to 7. ,
The Martin's Ferry Browns were defeated
at Mingo Saturduy by the Mingos i
by a score of .*? to 1. Batteries, Mingos,
T. Keljy and Myers j Browns, Mallory
and Davidson.
Tom Nicholson played his tirst game
nt second base with the Detroit League
i: I lib on Friday. His record wast One
run, one hit, no put outs, four assists
und no errors, lie created a favorable
impression.
-aimy oouiere, caicui*r ior iuu i.iiiiu
dub, was noli! Saturday to the Boston
League club. Somers formerly caught 1
for the Metropolitans, and is an excel- I
lent player. The consideration was
rl.OOO, and Somers is to get $400 ,
for the balance of the season. Al
lieach, of the Philadelphias, was at |
Lima Saturday negotiating fqr McMillan,
Lima's left fielder, and Bottenus, of
:he Toledos.
At Canton, Saturday, Jones shut !
3ol ambus out, allowing that team but
>ne hit, which was of the scratch order. ,
rhe game wits called at the end of the
lixth inning with tliescore standing five
:o nothing, in order to allow the Colum- ,
jus team to catch a train for home. If its ,
-Canton, 8; Columbus, 1. Errors?
1'anton, 0; Columbus, 4. Struck out? |
jv Jones, 7; Somers, 2. Batteries?Jones ,
ind FiUsiramons; Somers and Childs. j
Umtilro?Yonni?. I
Rain on Saturday saved Lima from i
?eing defeated by Toledo, at Lima.'Five 1
nnings were played wbentho game was i
ailed with the score standing two to >
wo. ICarned?Toledo. 2. Bast* Hits? c
Jma, 2; Toledo, 1. Batteries?Lima, c
lowders and (irim; Toledo. Duck and j
-egg. Umpire?O Day. The Toledo i
f
team was putting up a far superior game
to that of the Lima*, and had nbt the
latter team had another streak of phenominal
luck in the shape of rain, .it
would have been beaten.
A rumor is afloat that three more
Wheeling players are to he sold, and that
they will go to a prominent league club.
Tin" players mentioned are Van/ant, I
third baseman, Brodie, left fielder, aud :
Nichol, center fielder. It is said that the
L-lub tliat is alter them does not want
them for active service this season, but
ilesires to purchase them before the season
ends so they can reserve them for
next year. If sold the understanding is
they will be allowed to play the season
out in the Tri-State League, which calls
for but eight more games.
uiturriuy'ft Leugue ami A?no?-lfitloii tinmen.
At I'itUburgh?PitUbursh, 1; New York, 0.
At l'hiln)lel|>hiu?Athletic*, *J; Hrooklvn, I.
At lti<liitun;M>llft?ln?liiitiHiM?llii. 'J; WHUQiugtoti,
I. Klvn iliniliifh: .tm.iH-.t 11v r,iln.
At st. Lnum?St. l.ouic, 5; Cincinnati.
At KuiTnih City?Kanww <.'liy, A: l?oui*vllle.
At Chli-uKo?Chl?u;oii; I'lilinilel|?biit. -1. <?umliert,
of tin- lute Zntn>vlll? tciirn, pltrhcd for
l'hk'iiko. utiil wiim hit hard. t'hieiiKo held the
lend up to tho lu*t lunln;;. when uImacou hull*
ind three hit# brought In three ruiiN.
At Cleveland?Cleveland. iij llaltlmore, 5.
THE UthLltVo'lll TK0UBI.E.
iV Well Attended Meeting at tliu Market
Hull Saturday Night.
A meeting of tho laborers employed
by Mr. Chinhnlni, the contractor of the
new basin for the City Water Works on 1
the top of Wheeling hill, and of others
interested, especially the members of the
Wl.uiilifiir Titninntitru' A uuswiat inn una
licit! Saturday night in the Second ward
market hall. J. G. Frnzier presided,
ind introduced Hon. J. II. Kurtt, who r
made a speech reviewing the history of
Jie trouble between Mr. Chisholm and
the teamsters. He was followed by Mr. M.
Moran, and after Mr.Moran's speech Mr.
Burtt olTered the following preamble and _
resolutions: T
"WiiEitKAft, The Teamsters' Associa- I
Lion has done all that is considered fair *
in this trouble with Contractor Chisholm
; therefore, be it
"Rewind, That we sustain that Association
and the Trades Assembly in the ^
dilHcultv with the contractor.
"ItfKolvcd, That we approve of the
blacklisting of the job, and declare all
men scabs and blacksheep who continue
to work on it, or accept employment before
a settlement is made.
"That as the Water Board deceived
our home and other contractors,
by giving out that only home labor d,,
should be employed, and then let it on ni>l
the scab labor basis of allowing the contractor
to empjoy just what home labor
he chose, its action is a violation of the ai
unwritten rules governing the public interests
of the city. P:
"Resolved, That it is the sen ho of this
meeting that the Board would subserve
the bout interests of the city by resigning, our
nnd tfive Council a chance to elect a
Hoard more in harmony with the citizens e,tJ
and tax-payers of the city."
These resolutions were unanimously
adopted, and the meeting adjourned. " ncv
SUPREME COlllT OF APPEALS.
Tin* Handing Down uf lloclnlonH It eg on at
CliiirluHtoii on Saturday.
In the Supreme Itourt of Appeals, in Mm
uneuinn nt (!iuirlf>Ktown mi Kriduv. with
" m
nil the judges present, the following bus- I
iness wiistransacted: *
Ferguson vs. Millender & Co., from
Wayne county; continued.
State vs. Baily Hall, from Mercer
county; submitted.
.State vs. .1. W. Shores, from Mercer
county; submitted.
Ulankenship vs. Spencer, from Greenbrier
county; submitted. ?
Hichard McMahon, Esq., of Washing- dot
ton City, was admitted to practice on prt
inotion'bv I>. 11. Lucas, Esq. olu
McXeel's executors vs. Anldri^e, nn
from Pocahontas county: appeal andsu- Mu
|iersodasallowed: bona ?250. Ta
Adjourned until Saturday. Gil
In the same court, on Saturday, the
following decisions were handed down:
Swisher vs. Mulonv, from .Marion
county; opinion by \Yoods; judgment ul,.t
of Circuit Court alllrmed. L
Darker vs. Walton, from Pleasants ,,u
county; opinion by Snyder; judgment "J"
of Circuit Court nfhrqiea. J *1'
Phillips vs. County Court, from Ritchie J?*
county; opinion by Snyder; judgment ,nt
of Circuit Court reversed and case re- 'J-0
inanded. da;
See vs. Rogers, et al., from Taylor ,U(
county; opinion by Snyder \ decree re- c?t
versed, demurrer overruled and cause Ve- t,u
inanded. ?'
Woodford vs. Hull, from Lewis coun- P01
ty; opinion by Hnyderj judgment reversed
and petition dismissed. .
Woodford vs. Hull, from Lewiicounty;
opinion by Snyder; judgment re
vereeu ana pennon uwausseu.
Flynn vs. Lee, from Ritchie county; 3
opinion by Snyder; judgment of Circuit }"
Court alHrmed, JJ?
Kinsley vs. County Court, from Mo- llK
nongaliacounty; opinion by Johnson; J
judgment of Circuit Court affirmed. Pic
Newton vs. Ueitx, from Ritchie eoun- in
ty; opinion by Johnson; reversed and Sat
remanded. 1-il
Winters vs. Null, from Marshall coun- i
ty; opinion by Johnson; judgment of fJU<
Circuit Court affirmed. jt.ir
Heck vs. Thompson, from Jefferson on
county; opinion by Johnson; judgment the
of Circuit Court affirmed. poi
State vs. Ragland, from lioone county; |
opinion by Johnson; judgment of Cir- t? \
L'uit Court allirined. m.
Mills vs. Armstrong, from Jackson .,i(
county; petition for writ of error re- jt |
fused."
Goff et al. vs. Wass ct al.t from Ritchie ' :
county; petition lor writ of error refused.
t
McKee vs. McKee, from Wood county;
petition for appeal and supersedeas re- jjj
I.owther vs. Davis, from J'oddridge
county: writ of error and supersedeas Wl1
nllo\yed; bond $250. J1.1"
Adjourned until Wednesday. tin;
A great treat. Sam W. Small at r
Alhambrn Rink to-night.
"Mile-End" Cotton the best. 1
Little I'uck" till* fcvuiilnjj.
At the Opera House this evening we
Frank Daniels will open tin; season for
Manager Kiester in the irresistible comedy,
"Little Puck." ileitig the opening
night, of course the house will be
crowded. Reserved seats are on sale at
1 louse's. The story of the comedy of 1
"Little Puck," Frank Daniels' new and {"
LTeatest success, is supposed to have hiji
been taken from F. Anstey's ludicrous 1
novel, "Vice Versa." The main conceit Cii:
is that of the interchanged identity of wit
father and son. Paekiiujiam (Jilleilge, a 'j
New York stock broker, has a wayward mj;
son, liiUy, who has no taste for school, to ]
And who pines to be a man and to go on trii
'Change and have a good time. The (i,n
stock broker, on the other hand, weary U8i;
and worried by business troubles, longs ?
to be a boy again. Then, through the
magic of it hoodoo idol, which, held in
the right hand, brings to pass any wish ?
of the nobler, a metamorphosis is effect- . '
I'd?the father is turned into the son and ^
the son into the father. Bach, however, .
retain their mental faculties. The met
Auiornhosis is but physical. The son, :
assuming paternal authority, sends the *n
"old inan" to school, and he himself ,lIU
iroea to the Stock Exchange and leads a "Ul
rather fast life. The old Buck of sixty, ,l"P
in his youthful garb, inakeshavocin the |'ri
school room, and the young blood ere- ^ec
utes disinuy among the servants of the
GiUcdije mansion by bringing home T
ballet'girls to dine. The experiences of nat
these two form the mont exa*peratingly her
unny series of complexities ever seen $ c
n any modern comedy. Finally affairs ano
ire happily straightened out by the two ists,
jeing transforms! Imck into their orig- trip
nal selves?wiser, but apparently not stat
(adder from their manv ludicrous and The
sxciting adveptures. There are other the
ixcellent characters in the comedy, es-1 Thi
>ecially that of l>r. Savage, the savage i Cin
nentor of Savage Academy; J info JIoo-1 varl
Hotter
?the y
Big?
As the \
of Jame
Compou
proves t
the fact
washing
easier th
ary meai
clothing,
and colc
usage n
soap, ar
U rcni\i
l'lc 1U'5'
tear and
AX Delight!
^ water,
harmless to the most deli'c;
the hot weather it is to you
INE, and only-humane to
it, and thus lighten their labc
better results. Beware of imi
CRUET
_ _I
lasy ana
Wo want to talk with you. Our intercuts n1:
stand how wo,demonstrate the Ilasy and Kqui
have come to Wheel log with a Urge stock of
FURNITURE
And General Hoi
> best quality made in the United States?boui
ready to put out to l)OU*ekccpera whose iticoi:
just a? they promise. We would Just us leavt
I; and that in the reason wo offer:
Ten Dollars worth of g
id Fifty Cents per week.
Twenty Dollars worth
ash, and One Dollar per \
Should^ou want to purchase a lamer size b
We give you the same quality of goods on c
motive.
If you keep all your obligations, and pay u?
of your motive.
That's all we as
Do you soe?
The honest customer never promises to pay
er asks moro.
HonoHt goods?honest statements?hi
That's all we ca
Shall we have It
jUTWq pro|tnw; to mnkc FKKK delivery of i
rtln's Ferry and Kultou.
iOUSE & H
CASH AND CF
.300 HVL^IIS
Between Twelfth unci Fou
>el
i, brother-in-law to Oiltethje, and
jprietorof Hoodoo's Dime Museum;
\gqera, u festive Butler of Gilledge', Miiilu
Savage, daughter of Dr. Savage;
w Clara (Itlledge, a sister to Billand
bitha TUlhbaek, a housekeeper to
'ledge.
Mr, T, C, Crawford In tlm City.
T. 0. Crawford, the well known
hor and an attache of the New York
?r/(/,who w rote oueof the few authentic
ervicMvs with Mr. Iilaine while he was
oad, spent Saturday in Wheeling,
expects to make a tour of inspection
ough West Virginia a little later. An
erview with Mr. Urnwlord, clipped
tit the Cincinnati JSnquircr of Satury,
appears in in another part of thin
truing'* paper. It is the more intering
np the expression of a member of
i staff of the leading Democratic pa)>or
the country, printed in another 1111rtant
Democratic paper.
V isi(BAT treat. Sam W. Small at
tmmbra Kink to-night.
itlartlii'H Furry.
lira. Eugene H. Kider is in Beaver,
,, visiting her parents, Mr. ami Mrs.
nehoo. ller father is postmaster
ire.
diss Lillic .Sharon, a resident of Mt.
>asant, who has been visiting relatives
Pittsburgh for the last month, spent
urday here with her friend, Miss
lie Cattelle, before returning homo.
Cdward Shrodes, who has been budt
for the iast three weeks with a sore
, felt well enough to come down town
Saturday, which evidently was not
! best thing for him, iih he was relied
much worse Sunday.
lames Millner and wife, of Springd,
Mo., were in the city Saturday,
ey left Saturday evening for Mt.
lasnnt, to visit relatives and friends,
lias been several years since Mr. Millr
has been in this part of the
mtry.
iilas Hart, of Minerva, a large comi-toron
the Wheeling A bake Eric
ilroad, was in the city Saturday on
uncus connected with that road. .Mr.
rt has just completed a large contract
;h%thu Zanesville & Ohio Railroad,
1 is now ready to devote all of his
ie to his contract on the Wheeling
Ice Erie.
Jomk and hear Sam Small to-night,
has no equal.
)iunk Mai to for the nerves.
I'is a real hapniness to sew, now that
have "Mile-End."
II1VKK NBWB.
g* of tlio Wiilcr hiiiI Mov?>mi?ii1h u> tin*
StenuilKifitrt.
?he Katie Stockdale passed up a .'5 p.
yesterday iti her Cincinnati-Pitts gh
trade.'
?he Louis A. Sherley got away for
icinnati at 7 o'clock Saturday evening]
ha good trip.
'he Elaine passed up Saturdnv at
lnight on her way from Parkeraburg
Pittsburgh, making her usual weekly
) in that trade. Stie will be down tor
in time to take her place in her
lal Parkersburg trade.
'he river commenced to ris?? at this
nt yesterday morning, and was still
ug at dusk last evening, when the
ee marks indicated a depth in the
innel of 7 feet :i inches, iiusiness
I very lively on the levee nearly all
- .Saturday.
Vhile the Andes was at Cincinnati
day morning, one of the firemen,
ned Smith, aged 21, colored, living at
rlington, Ohio, was badly burned
iut tlie face and chest while he was
tig up. A steam valve in some way
:auie open at a time when water was
vn. lie was taken to the hospital,
he Andes is due to-day from Cincini,
for which point she* will leave on
return trit/ to-morrow afternoon at
i'cl<yk. This week's trip will be
ther one for the benefit of excursion,
The low rate of $10 for the round
is offered. This includes meals and
eroom all the time the boat is gone,
ire will be good music on board, aail
best of care will be taken of patrons.
i Centennial Kxposition is stijl on at
cinnati, and the other attractions are
ed and numerous.
leather
;er the Proof.
veather grows warm, the sale
s Pyle's Pearline Washing
nd rapidly increases. This
hat many women recognize
that PEARLINE makes
and cleanihg very much
an when done with the ordinis.
Proves also that summer
, being of delicate texture
>r, will not stand the rough
eccbbdi) wucii wabiicu witn
id establishes the fact that
,1NE, in doing away with
aing, lessens the wear and
fills a very important place,
ul for bathing in fresh or salt
Its ingredients render it
ite skin. Especially during
r advantage to use I'EARLsupply
your servants with
>rs ; besides you insure much
t.ltions. JAMES PYl-P.. New York.
iREDir;
Equitable.
lould b? mutual. 1'crimp* you dou't < \hctljr notable
method* of u true au<l lioucni m.:u
UAKFK1S,
isehold Supplies,
ght by ua cIomIjt, for c?ab; and the*
uesiiro not lnrs'o, hut wlin hid bouufi, uihI wil,
j huve tliu of hu honcut man or wimmii, ?
oodsforOne Dollar Cash,
of goods for Two Dollars
A/eek.
Ill you <aiu nuke your own term*.
redlt w. If you paid caab/ Thnt's tlu- liont-niyi.f
i just what and wbeu you nyrce?thntv tin- lion.
?
moru than van l>? met; nad tlic hum-*: imnlwnt I
diicsI prices?lioncst customers!
nil iiurflMHc* to llcllniro, Iknwmwl, i:ri?li;of>orf, I
ERRMANN'S I
lEDiT HOUSE, I
J" STREET, I
rtcenth, Wheeling, W. Vn.
iiauuin.
| All Sort# of Loral Ni'?? ami front
tlir UlifM City.
^ William Carroll is homo from .St. Paul,
John Mickuns, colored, was buried
yesterday.
airs. T. F. llart Ims gone to .Muneie,
Ind? to join I ler husband.
Rev. K. F. Keeler leaves to-morrow
for Conference at Salem, 0.
Col. Potirmaii will lie in West Virginia
speech-making all this week.
Mrs...lames Fitton is eonlined to lier
bed with severe spinal trouble.
The Klysian will 1m? opened Saturday
night next with "A Xight Off."
A four hundred-dollar flagstone walk
will he put through the wjunre this lall.
Minnie Shields, of Jacohsburg, is the
guest of Miss Luella Thompson this
week.
The brick unisons on theC.it I\ denot
would not begin work when ready ln?eause
the day was Friday.
The street fair here has been declared
otr. The money in the treasury will be
used in fixing the public park.
Mr. Jones, of Duliouis A MeCoy's
planing mill, had a thumb taken oil l:i>t
week in some of the machinery.
The new stock sheds ?t the nail worksare
about ready for the roof and wiil I*
the largest stock houses in this valh y.
The G. A. K. drum corps ami all tin*
hoyH are home from Columbus. The
Bellaire corps was next to tin- largest
there.
The window idass workers who have
been viaitimr in diHercut iiart.-t <?f the
country, are all getting back remlv for
the start soon.
County Commissioner Kerry lias a Ih'k
lot of apples ready f<?r tin* South, ami
will load n product* boat and leave soon
for the Southern cities.
John Wagner is homo from Kimilay.
where he hits had a gowl contract f"r
plumbing the new <iol>let Company's
building**, He linished last week.
Rev. B. Lee, of the A. M. liCluirdi,
preached his turewell sermon yesterday.
A large congregation was present at
every service held during tin-day.'
The window glass houses will jret
ready to start on the lirst instead of tie'
Nth." Something will soon have to Indone,
as their stock is very low lien-.
Rev. Mi'. Thompson, of Belmont, <Ie- I
clined the nomination for Con-.Tiv- on I
the Prohibition ticket, and T. A. K??l?- 1
fer, of this city, was nominated inst *ad. I
Mr. Berlt, of Pennsylvania, brother of I
Mrs. Charles I lank werth, who has lrf-cii
visiting her for a few days, l?-u for.1 v
to his old home near Clarington, aa-oia*
panied by his little daughter.
Adam Weiss, who lives up 1!
west of here, brought into t-wu <*- m ?
week, a head of cabbage thai i I
tbree feet three inches in cin tunfertnrt H I
and weighed fourteen pounds.
Mr. C. Jl. Hull continues t<< .-Iii|< I
<(uantitic8 of oak and i?ojtl.-ir Iutji(?-r fl
from joints out tin; l?.f/. .v < . r ; I' I
New \ ork and I'unnsvlvania jxiinfs,
to Bridgeport, Martins Kt-rrv ?n?J up the I
Mrs. .Snnth Gonlon, >>/K;>>. I
a sister of James Fit ton and i< rni'i '
pVlicelinj,* thirty years <. i-ln-n i"i MM
(the first time in'thattiim*.
1 know tlji? country now. and < .mi I
used to the hills and II
the people here, she says.
Syrup ajf I w*
is nature's owu true laxative. It is the I
most easily tflkon, anrf* I I
reiucuj >" .
when hi I ions or ; i-? i
aches, colds and level*; t??* V.' etJI
conBUmitton, indigestion, p . r,i:jj
Manufactured only J'j 1 (
Fii! Syrup Company, Nin i r "
nJtn iylom & ';;;
It. II. Hurt and I- M'"k"
Ik.1:lain: by M. N. Merer.
v\" " 'iii;il! ?t
A oitBAT treat. - ?'?
Allium bra Kink to-niirlit.
I " i
Why "Mlle-Kml, ???
Come uii.I i i

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