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A HALT CALLED
- la til* Sqalre Arkls-Board of Ooanty OommlMionera Ooso. fjUDGE JOS. R. FflULL INTERPOSES With a Vacation Order Requiring UtDbtri of th. Board I TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Next Tuesday Mornlnj; to Show Why (be Preaeni Proceedings Shall Not ho Discontinued?Legal Authorities Think Tbli Ends tho Matter so Far us the Commissioners are Concorned?Details of tho Case Yester* day?Couutablo Anderson on tho Stand?Testimony of Mrs. Dlond Very String for tho Prosecution. The sadden ending of the trial of Squire George Arklo for mlicondnct in ~m? hnari! of CDUlltv COM U1UI.C, UCIVIO ?..w >.?. ? , _ mlssioncrs yesterday afternoon, when the order of Judge Joseph K. Paull, colling a halt, was presented, came en* tiroly in tho nature of a surpriso to tho I commissioners, in fact to everybody but those who wero instrumental in secar!ng tho order. Tho order camo, too, just at the conclusion of tho testimony oi Mrs. Klirabeth Blond (Hayden), whose evidence was considered tho etrongeit presented in behalf ol tho prosecution. The preponderance of logal opinion Is that this ends tho cose eo iar as tiio board of commissioners is concorned, and that the circuit judges will throw tho matter out of their hands. If tho case is not taken to the supremo court by tho board the noxt stop, if the prose* cution is to bo continued, will bo to have the sauiro indicted in the criminal court If tho commissioners take it to tho eupromo judges it is anticipated nothing will bo gained, as a case of a similar nature against ono Squire Davis has alroady been pacsod upon by that tribunal. Tho attorneys and Squire Arklo appeared before Judgo Paull yesterday at the noon hour and secured tho ordor, which was later presented. THE DAY** I'ilOCEKDINGS. A Great Hani of Taatltnouy nail a Great Deul Alaro WrntigUac. Tho second day's session of the board of county commissionors dealing with tho Squire Arkle case convened yesterday* morning at 10 o'clock. The first witness on tho stand was Lester Smith, ? x, nim n conductor un mo n uusnuK ? u?u Grovo road, llo tcatified on points in relation to the arrest of the Winters, both of whom wero beard tho day bofore. He stated that tbey bad already been tried before tho Elm Grove mayor beforo tho state in tho person of Justice Arkle got hold of them. Tbe next witnoss was August Postinner, who was connocted with tho liquor case mentionod in ono of the specifications in tho charts made against the squire. Tho statement had been made by the prosecution that the oquiro accepted $23 50 and then dropped the casos. Captain Dovenor conducted tho examination and had Pestinner show tho rocoipt ho got from tho equiro. llo was asked what tho receipt was for and answered that it was for the onding of tiie three cases against him for soiling liquor on Sunday. A long legal wrangle ensued when Captain Dovouer a?ked the witness as to whothcr he had over paid Constable Anderson $9, of which $7 was for Justice Arklo and $2 for the constable. The objoction ofthodofense on tho subject waa unanimously overruled by tho board. When the inattor was decided the point seemed to havo been lost sight of. Circuit Cleric John Walton was put Mint thnra trni*n OU UIO BlllUU llli-l OKIU ??? throo indictments found against Pestingor. Pestinger was thou again put on tho stand and testified that lie gave Anderson $9 on one occasion and nothing carno of tho charges of soiling liquor on Sunday. Colonel Whito moved that tho testimony of Postingor on this subjoct ho stricken out, as thuro had beeu nothing to show that Arklo had anything to do with tho atluir. This "Was defeated by tho board. Tho board adjourned at noon to meet again at 1:30 p. m. Tho Afternoon Sr?*lon. Tho aftornoon sossion convened at 1:40 p. in. every member of tho board being preset) t. The largest lobby of the trial wus present, nearly ovory seat being occupiod. John Anuorson was again on tho stand and to Mr. Conill said about ono hundred wero arrosted on tho night of tho Kilty Loo raid, of whom about tiiirjjf or forty wore arroBtod Sunday morning. No warrants for tho inmates wero sworn out boforehand, and if ho could boo tho warrants ho could soon toll whether thoy had been sworn out Sunday morning, llo thought sotno hud been sworn out on Sunday. Arklo, Anderson, Itackor, Lauchlln and Lovo all left tho jail about 7 a.m. Asked if ho was not a wituoaa in noarly all tho caios, and if he had not appoared, ho answorod in n doubtful manner. As to tho amount lie received forwitnoss fees in tho cnaes ho thought it wan $02. As to tho number of cotsos in which he really tealitled tho witness started to answer, but was interrupted by Colonel White, and u lengthy wrangle ensuod. Finally ho said ho really acted na a witness iii thirty or forty caaes, on eithor Monday or Tuesday. On boing quoationed ho said ho could romembor none of tho women who did not waivo hoaring and give bond. "Was there a hearing or a trial of any of thcao cuBea whero you got a witness fee?" Anderson anaworod doubtfully. "isn't it true you woro not "on tho stand four times that day?" "I don't know; there were a good many times." The witness was shown ono enso whero ho receivod witness foes, tho c.iso not boing triod, but on tho contrary dorion, Lovo nnd Luuchlin woro u(l credited with witnoaa fees in this caso. An objection was inndo by Colonel While bocauao thespocilicationa aeainat the aquiro montion nothing of tho caso in qnoation. This brought on n discusnion between the attornoya, during which Captain IJovoner claimod thu third Buocification covered tho care. The vote on tne objection again allowed tho solid ten of the board voted to not sustain the objection. OthercnDes woro brought up by Captain Dovenor, and Anduraon could not pay that ho acted na wiineia aa shown on tho ruturna. In tho caao of Mary Martin, witnoaa could not aay that tho girl had a trial. lio knew of no trial in which ho appeared. Othor cases woro introduced in which witness foes are chargod, but in which. it if tbown that the mil $30 vu pot qd ?od elimination waived. A nambar ol the women were onable to forniah money, tod after being io jail three or four dejfi were let oot became "tiny could not pal op tbo money," u the wkneM Mid. One cue tbe witneu remembered where there vu no trial. yei 11 vac shown Anderson "Jra* credited with a witneas fee. In the case of bo thought there ?u no trial. "lan't it a (act that when yon was the complainant yon cot tbe-eonstable's foot, and Lancliiin, Love and Becker got the witness fee?, and to on?" **Tbat's the way of it," aniwerod the witness. In the case against Fred Artz, witness conld remember no trial but the witness fees were taxed iust the same. In this case the record was introduced by Captain Dorener. Witness did not think Artz was in jail, and upon prompting, be thought Stella Chester "put up" for bhn at the jail. The Ella Miller case was next taken up. Witness was asked if in this case $20 was not put up and the case sent to court, and in reply said he thought there was a trial. VOrj iOW 01 mo nuuicii noia < < jM> more than an hour," aaid tbe witneaa. "Yet you think you actod aa witneas against them in that boor," was Captain Dovener'a response. At thU point Captain Dovener offered to introduce the caaea in a bunch, but the attorneya on tbe other aide objected and thoy wore introduced one by one, the witness not being able to say positively whether or not there wore trials before Justice Arkle. "Toll this board of commissioners of a single case of an inmuto who cuine up to bquiro Arkle'a and demanded a trial," said Captain Dovenor. "There wore so many it is hard to remember thorn Ml," was the reply. Witnosa thought Jessie Benson was held. A man whose name is given aa MWilaon" was connected in tbo samo case, but he was fined and let go. This was introduced with tbe record, but Colonel White objected, claiming it had not been brought into tbe charges against the squire; he could see nothing to complain of. Ho objected to things like this of which tbe do* fondant has had no notice that ho would be triod. "If a man is beinir triad for murder did you ever hear of another murder being brought in that same trial ? It is tho samo in this case, and we want a ruling." Mr. Coniff quoted from "Wharton" on criminal practico to show that tbo prosecution has thu right to introduce tho ovidenco in question. Colonel Arnett said there is no doubt of Wharton being a standard Authority, but he denied that tho authority was correctly given. Ho asserted that no oflicer of the law can be convicted for mistakes he makes in tho construction of the law. lie claitnod it not admissible to so outside of the specifications. He did uot deny that there fs a cortain latitude whero the question is one of fraud, but to otler ono alleged crime for tho proof of another ia in this case not admissible. If tho court holds it may go over Justice Arkle's record and bring ud other cases it will bo a herculean task, and wholly unfair to tho justice. If this bo done thoro is not one act in Justice Arkle's judicial caroorthat cannot bo introduced, and why should there be any specifications? Mr. L-'oniff wauted himself understood. Ho dtd not introduco thone acts to prove him guilty of them but to show a system of corruption. "If wo prove corruption here we prove Squire Arklo a corrupt man." Captain Dovenor closed tho wranglo for tho prosecution. Tho monoy paid was for security, not for a fine, and when tho girl aopearod in tho circuit court that deposit of $20 with Squire Arklo was rcleanod. Coionol White cloned for tho defense, lie did not deuy whon a system ot fraud is alleged, outsido testimony can be introduced. It must be provod that the record ia a fraud, and that cannot be provod by the record itself. At tho closo o( the talking, attorneys told othera they "didn't know what they wore talking about," and matters got drauiatic,to the edification of tho spectators. A vote was taken and resulted in the objection being dofentod, 9 to 1, Voellinu'er voting in tho afHrmativo. Captain Dovenor naked the attornuys for tho other side if he couldn't introduce nil tho papers in tho casoatonce. Colonel White consented, if everything was to be introduced. These papers wero warrants in cases in July and August, 181)3. After his long rest tho witness, Con table Andorson, was givon ovor to tho dofonso and cross-examined by Colonel Arnett, who askod him about tho i'ostmsor warrant. Andorson had not askod for the "present" and had told Pestingor to suit himself about jfc After this he nnnnal n drawer anu handed out S2. and of this tho justice know nothing uutil tho present proceedings wore commoncoii.wlien theequiro asked himabout it. At thia -point Colonel Arnott asked Captain Dovoner if he wanted tho evidence of Pestinger and Anderson on thi9 mattor taken out. Thia was conaontod tq by tho prosecution. WitnosB wns asked about tho famouB warrants of July 7 and 8. The arrests wero made Saturday night and Sunday morning. Thirteon of thoae warrants were sworn out by Mr. Howard against "landladies" of the houses of ill fauio. As to tho ncod of warrants for tho arrest of inmates tho witness thought he nooded none. As to this point of law by tho constnblo tho prosecution objectud. Tho inmatoa wore taken to tho jail, where the warrants woro sworn out. At this point Captain Dovonornskod pormiiflion to ask the witness a question. It wns whothor ho romomborod arresting Elizahoth Ilaydon. At lirnt ho did not reinombor, but when alio was producod he romomborod eho was urrusted by Bcckor. lie was handod tho dockot, but did not know whnthsr it showoil tins case. Tho enptain then asked tho squire to show whoro tho case figured, but Im could not. Tho witnoss wns thou takon by Colo uuu nrnuii> uuu iuiiuiuiuu maw uiu uiroit was mado. WitnofB was shown a warrant for Mflffttta Conroy isnuod by Squire Arklo, on affidavit of William Lauchlin. ilo was noxt asked as to his knowlodtfo o( costs taxed on caBos?had nothing to do with that mattor, and did not know whothor thoy w?ro correct or incorroct. Ah to trialj following the arroata on July H, ho thought that trials followed in aomo of thorn. At loaat ono-third had hearings boforo the justice and wit* iiusnca wuru cxuiuiuuu. iio wu ?um uu w?b allowed in various casos ho thought ho did not trot inoro than ho was justly entitled. llo "trustod tho squire in that tnattor." IIo know nothing of tho rmyiDont of tho $180 to tho ei|uiro by Kitty l/so. All coitu woro paid to tho justice hy tho shorifl'nnd ho cot his fond from Mr. Arklo. As to whethor othors got foes to which thoy woro not ontitlod, Captain Dovonor objoctod, but tho witnoBs was nllownd to annwor, nnd said ho know of no such fuos. IIo knew of Hnulro Arklo charging no illogal feOH. Witness know of no bonds being given, nnd knew of no chnfgo being niado for n bond that was not taken. On thut Saturday night nbont nno hundrod women wuro pulled, tho thirteen honsoa ou tho Howard warrant, and livoothera, ho thought. Tho examination took place in the jail, the attorney! being Captain Dovener, Sun Bojet ud Mr. Flick. In thii connection Colonel Arnett and Captain Dovener bad a wordy war in wbicb the colonel applied the epithet* "Inlamom lie" and "a faltohood." Tbe colonel wai then called down by Preaident Dobbin* of the board. ??4>?-elimination of the witaeii wu . i 1 a 1 1. :J \t~ men resainea sau iaa niiaots mm dir. Boyce appeared in nearly all tho caies. Aa to whether be knew of anything that was wrong by Justico Arklc, bo know of nothing, and knew of no illegal charges by tbo justice, lie thought tho party left tho jail at 4 or 5 a. m. Snnday. Tboy wore detainod by issuing warraota and writing commitment*. lo Mr. Conifl, Anderson said tbo parties "divided ofl," and all were not at each house that was palled. Ho was present at about fifteen of the "pulls." Asked if be and Arkle had received illegal foes, whether ho would testify to it now, ho was about to answer, when Colonel Arnett objected. Tho objection was unanimously overruled by the the board, and the witness aaawored, ^Certainly, I would." ~ Captain Dovener asked if ho had ever been aumtnoned as a witness in theio caaoa, but the defonso objected. The objoction was not sustained, aud the witness was aakod if ho knew of any Bubpicnas being iaeued. Anothor objection was made and agaiu overruled, and the question was repeated. The witness answered, "No." Mr. Howard aworo out thirteen warrants, he said, -?' ? T nnntilin uttfnrn out tlm others, amounting in all to about twenty, liore the wituess was allowed to go. The proiecution offorod a receipt signed by Squiro Arkle for money paid by \V. T. Ernblon, for $07. There was no trial, but they are enterod as though tried, and excessive fees are charged, 8aid the captain, 'J ho charge amounted to over $5 in each case, and things wore charged for that never took place. Colonol Whito claimed theso cnBe* do not enter into the prosecution of the squire, and that hie gonerul plea ok "not guilty" does not apply to thoao misters. On a vote for tho objection it was unanimously defeated, and tho Emblen caies wero introduced as evidence, together with the roceipt from Arkle to Emblen. Exception was entered by the defense. Mrs. Elizaboth Blond (Hayden) was put upon the stand and questioned by Mr. Con iff. Sho remembered being arroftod at Susan Hon nogan's uouso, whoro sho was tho cook. Becker arrested hor and no wituesses were present, She was taken to tho jail. Thore she was told that it would tnko $20 to got out, and alio paid Arklo $20. Sho was nover tried, but wont bnck tho following Monday, and never got ttio $20. She did not know for what sho was arrested. She had never answored in any court. Sho hud asked Mr. Boyco about the money, and ho had said ho would try to got it for hor. To Colonel Arnott Mrs. Blond gave tho names of several of tho womon arrostod wlion she was "pulled." She nevor asked tho squiro for tho money. She knew sho was nevor indicted, as sho had no trouble after this time. Sho got no rocoipt for tho inonoy. which was for hor appoaranco on Monday. Nothing was done on axonuay nnu nothing after that time. William T. Einblen next testified to giving bond ia the thirteen cases beforo Squire Arkle. At this point an officer of tho circuit court appeared and handed President Dobbins tiio following order isBUod by Judge PauII, which was road by Cloric Mofiat: VACATION ORDKIt. Georgo Arkle Board of Commissioner* of In Prohibition. Ohio County. George Arkle ibis Jar present**! hin petition and moved tho court for a rule lu prohibition agaltitt the dofendaut*, tUu board of commit loner* of Ohio-county. 1' It. Dobbins. W. J. Ilutcs, I'hlllp Voelllnger, James lUlrd. I). Maxwell. Adolpu Fritz. Otto Tyson. Jacob Kindleberger, II. V. McGregor, untntsl thureln, to show catiM! why a writ of prohibition should not Ixnio prohibition them from proceeding to try the charge* preferred agaln*t him by ilium, heroin named alio mentioned. It it ordered tlint the Mild defendant* do hereby ?tay proceeding* upon Raid charge* until the further orderof thin court, nud thut they do ap|?ear before thin circuit court, of Uhiocouuty. \V?it Virginia, on tho fourth day of .September, 1891, at 1U o'eloek.a. in. of said day. to vhow causo, if any th?jy can, why a writ of prohibition fhall not Untie in accordance of this prayer of Mild ullldnvlt and petition, und that it cony of thl< order be served on the provident of wild bourd In lieu of said rule. Given under my hand thin twenty-llfth day of Allgiut, 1SUI. Joskimi r. Paulu Judge. Tho order croated considerable surprise, and tho procoodings were at once utopped. The board went into session with its councellor, Prosecuting Attor noy Howard, iu ntionuanco 10 consmur tin* situation. The legal fratornily is not greatly surprised at tlio order issued by Judgo I'aull, many taking tho ground "that tho board of commissioners lias no author iiy in thin cane. It is said that in caso Judge 1'aull decides that tho board has no jurisdiction tho muttur will bocarriud bv tho board to tho state supremo court. If that body dccidos likowiso it will bo uecesiary in ordor to further prosecute tho case that Mr. Arkle be indicted in tho criminal court. Next Tuesday will tell tho tale. lluilflllltf NotUM. liollidny <k Son nro shipping a now two-story frame dwelling to Triadolphiu for llonry Imor. Tho now residence of Mrs. A. 1L Ilapor, on Oak stroot, South Side, is almost completod. It is a very handsome one. Work has been commencod on tho oxcftvation for tho foundation of a new business and dwelling houso for David iluhno, on Jacob street below Fortieth. Carges Bros. nro building a now twostory brick houso in North Wheeling for John Broining. Joseph Loiner is tho architect and tho Ilolliday planing mill is furnisliiug tho matorial. Tho oxcavating has boon begun for n now building for Mrs. li. Hughes, at the cornor of Fortieth and Jacob Btroots. It will iticludo a dwolling houso and a new storo room for hor millinery establishinont. ^ How .lolly t Kh! who Mid that? Tho answer l? as prompt as the <|uc.<tioa troiu the dutr chopplo who bus chock mntix] tlio rh mi unit torn with I Ion tetter'* Stomach llittors. une<| miled it* well for dy.?ne|>?l?. liver complaint. Inactivity of tins bowels or kidneys, iiurvoujuio.<*, luck of vitality. appotlto or Bleep. Uko tho groat tonic and you will ho ultimately happy If now ulllictod. THK Mall and Times, Don Moines, Iowa, Mi?v 7, IKO'J, nnyat "MIn* tliflWd at onrr raptured tho favor of tlio uudloneo by her heuutlfnl vide* and lovely disposition. Ifruugo I* surprising mid delightful, llotlhlonud sweet from the lowest to the highest note, mid like* wIho elear and true. Her religion* selection, Mesns, I.over of My Soul,' l?y Cump ou, disclosed great possibilities for Oratorio work." She will slugut tlio Oraud Concert* given by tho .Moxurt Sinning Society, ut Mozart I'ark, afternoon and evening, September a, 1H0I. I Tiirrk is it samplo lino of gonuino French Wall Paper at 1011 Main struct; also Gorman and English donjons. Tub Pan-IIandlo Dyoing ontab?siinwnt, own ml by John Ilollmoior, at No. 14:11 Mnrkot atroot, is tho boat onnippod liouao ol its kind in Whooiinir. In addi* tion to tho dyoini; and cloaninu dopartinontHacorps of HrRt-clnan tmlorn aro omployod, who can do rapairinir aa noat as it is posBiblo. Clothoa and ladion ffnrmonlH, clonnod or dyod, can bo tnado to look liko now. tiatiifaction ?uarantood. TEAS. SPICES. ETC. WE HAVE HOVED! Wo take ea pedal ple&stiro in announo* log to oar thousand! of patron* that we are now occupying our new and elegant ionr-ttory building, which U equipped thorooehiy with every modern lm * (..Illialn llm Itamllinc* nf prOTBDICIli MS IMiltlMiu ?* *? -ft v. pood a. New a pice milla, now and improved coffeo roasting machinery, atoarn power elevator. The lurgost and best equipped TEA AND GROCERY HOUSE In the State I PRICE LIST: Mason Jars, por dozen 45c Choice Large Lemons, per doz 1 Oc Jelly Glasses, per doz ~28c Clothes Pina, per doz lc Carpet Tacks, 8 ounce, per box. lc Choico Salmon, por can ~1 Oc Baking Powder, por pound 1 Oc Carolina Bice, per pound 5c Freih Gingor buaps, 4 pounds. 25c Freih Butter Crackers, 5 pounda 25c Pain'a Hoot Beer, 4 bottles for 25c Sugan at rellnera prices. tic ft Co. llU--'7?VTAr WANTED. \1TANTKU?TO SELL A FIRST V CLASS hou?c. iiulsbi'l In ii?nl woo?J< Will noil (uruinbiHl or unfnrnlihod. Alw? touxcbange property lor n icou<i (urn. either iu liel* inolitor Licking Comity, Ohio. A<lilrcM l-ock Ihn'.t. Wli. cllntt. W. Vil au.MtfAwy. WANTED?AGENTS FOll A COMPANY that puvs tick on.! ucoiilent benefit*. Ton lime*. No lajne* nu?l 'J) per cent fur collecting. Call at WJ I'eabody lJulldtug. 1.0. SMITH. Manager. au.D FOR SALE. VOti SALH-SA Iflpx-0J<I-: I )! ' THE I flueit outilt* in K.'1't/rti Ohio; doing u good buslne**: ctublNhed lUtcen year*; flrnt-clam trade; n?n*on*for Rolling. untcrlng other bunlucu; a ruru chance to right portle*; tonus rentnimble Addnsw S C. WlUTThNllEROKR, ~'t! W. Market Hre-ct. Eaut Liverpool. O. aug23u SALE. A FEW CHOICE LOTS AT EIMUXUTOX. Cheap and on liny Tor art W. V. HOGE. <y* fltr Hwnk Building 1 "0 Marktr FOR RENT. JjiOK KENT. FINE, LARGE. NEW. BASEMENT BARBER SHOP, WITH BATHS, CORNER TENTH AND MAIN STREETS. JAMES L. IIAWLEY, mil UJU Main Strocl J^OIt KENT. Storo room In Fftnbotljr Ralltlln;. Ofllcw rootun iu I'cubody Uuililhit*. Slenui licut, olevntoraml nil modern conreutences. Term* reasonable. FKAHODY INStJUANCK CO., ! ja( 11UG ami 1128 Marki-t Strnrt. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS, i gjTOCKHOLDEKS' MEETING. Notice l? bwb* Riven that a poticrnl meeting of the stockholder* of Greer St Ulug will bo held attheotUco of the llrin of Greer x Lalnif. No. l.'ir, Main itroet, Wheeling. W. Vil. ou Wed nun <lny. Scptomlter 19.18'JI. nt 10 o'clock o. m.. for the purpose of eloetinx a board of director*. making bv-lawa and transacting any other buMiiciut . which may lawfully budouo by wild atockholdeta iu general meeting. ATHXANDKU LAING. JACOB R GUKKIt, DAVID JL MtilLWAlSE, UAKKLKY COOFKR. CUAKLKS II. TRACY, nn23 Corporators -^yillTAKEIt lllON COMPANY. ' A general meeting of tho m lckholdern of the ' Whltaker Iron Company will be held hi the ; office of the company, in the city of Wheeling. | Wo.t Virginia, on Wednesday, tjeptomher"?. ijstfl. a* II o'cloct a. iu.. to determine the quo<tloti of oxteuding the time of the coiiUuuattee of tho ] RttM company beyond that llmitvl in the agreement for iu formation, and to trannnet uuv < other husiuusi proper for consideration by such meeting. N. M WIIITAKBK. . lTusltfent of too company nun it atocKuoiuer more than ouo-tciilh of tho capital. Notice Is hereby siren thnt nt a General meetinn of the stockholder* of the Whitaker Iron ( Company to t>o held at its utile.' in the city of 1 Wheeling. West Virginia. on Wednesdur. Sop- , taiuber A. ISJM. at II o'eloek a. in., a resolution will bo ottered to extend tho tiino of the contln- , naiico of Mid corporation, tho Whitaker Iron 1 Company, for fifty years. N. K. WIUTAKKU. mi:t-w A Stockholder of Mid Conmanv. GENERAL NOTICES. ( "W"EST VA. STATE FA IK NOTICE. .Mr. J. 11 llandlan, Superintendent of the Privilege* and Kxhlbltor'ii Space, will bo on tho ground* from to-day until the cIomj of the Fair. ' Any j?entou wanting any reirenhment standi or J oxhibitiou apace, will call on him nt the grounds. nu-7 UKORUB HOOK, Secretary. 1 WEST VA. STATE FAIR NOTICE LADIES.CIIILDREN AND A1ST DEPARTMENTS Miss Annie Hew, Superintendent, and a committee of ladiea will be in the Main ICxpositiou Building August :w. :il nud September 1, from 1 j to6 o'clock p. m., (Thursday. Friday uud Saturday), for the pur|KMo of receiving articles to bo ' exhibited. No entries iu this department will 1 bo made after September I. 01127 WKUIHiK liuuiv. secretary. > 1 STOCKS, BO N PS, ETC. QTUCKS FO it tSALlx ^10 nharei of National Itonk ??f \Vo?t Virginia, aliures Warwick riiitm Coiniwny. .D ftliumt Wheeling let? ?fc Storage Ca I 10 nhntvs Klromi'l Marino lnsumncoC& *Jl? nharwt llittik of the Ohio ValluySOilntroi LnMclioNnil Mill. . Sim hit tin I-nnirlilln Null Mill. -'txiii'ls Wheeling Knllwny ?'-o ; SUshiiroi .V.liwrfUudunl Iron itnri ^Jtftol Co. It. 3. IltWlN. lini.ar. No. '< TwnUth StriMt J r\c> j ,_t. T"T t-t llnynl Cloy Manufacturing Company. Fontorln UIbm Company. Wln-ulltiff Street ItNihvav Company. 1'it'korNliiirK. button a (JIimivIIIo Itullroad Co. Wheel lug I'ottory ?'oinpuny. Whwllnic sUh'I ami Iron Company. Mozart Park Amtoolntlon. Piedmont Water Work*. 8TUCK& Itcllalro Null Mill. ICxi'lianitu Hunk. MatiKhcnter Company. Ultollo Iron Work* SIMPSON & HAZLETT, Ktoclu, lkiuOianil luvcfttmont*. mi 10 No. 1311 Mnrkot 9t. #JOB + WORK* NEATLY AND I'KOMITLY KXIX'UTKD i AT TUB INTIiLUUENCKU JOliIWOJU MEW PWESS OOP Autumi n^wwv Ne\ Dre Go< Sui1 GE( IMPORT Arri?mpr Covert * PROMI prices- -- - GEO. R. WASHINGTON AND JE NINKTY FOUHTII YKAK opens Sept. 11 Fullv adapted to prepare for study of tho learned nrofes itml ltiology. New Obsorvatory. Athletic Field ai |n;tn-<?s very moderate. Alumni .Iffll. Address. Tl: REAL ESTATE. FOB SALE. Splendid house, llvo rooms, Linn street. IJolroue re. S1.4M. House. six rooms, brick. EofT street. Fifth iranl. Si2f?. splendid live-roomed house, lot 100x175, Todd View, n.sua House, four rooms. Woods street. Centra Wheeling, on cany terms. Rfti. Hou*o.'sIjc roouw. North Msrkot street. S1.30J. HoiiMvofievon rooms, Kightecuth street. with ilx-roomcd housoin the rear, lot 5i.7iW. House of three room*. Llud street, Belvedere, fsVi. Homo of C rooms, Koirstreet. between 2.M and lid streets, with 4-roomed house In the roar; larue lot. f t.ftw. Ifouse of 0 rooms. 23d stroot. 81.500. A Flue improved farm of sixty acres, threo mile* east of Wheeling. House of live rooms. Twouty-thlrd street, Ji'-OO. House of Ave rooms. Cbapllno street, Centre Wheeling, S-'.Vtt. Houneof three rooms. Market stroot. Centra Wheeling. t*W. House of ten rooms, brick, Market street, Fifth ward, i'ii*y ternw. 87.UM. House of live rooms, brick, Fourteenth strejt. fc.fi00. Ilmno of four rooms. Jacob street, Sixth ivard.3l.iVX . House, tiro rooms, Woods street, Eait WheelInc. fl.HQ. \ Flno farm. 157 acres, throe inilos from Mounds* rillo. with sploudld improvements. This is a .vio foet of land f routing ;ou McColloah and Mudntrocu. Hotel of fourteen rooms, doing goou businou iplcudid location, cheap. / Houso o( .wren room* and halt, Cbapllati itrect. Centre Wheeling. $1/250. Lot east cud Fourteenth street. $tt), Lots on I.ind street. Ilulvedero. S27i cach. Lot* in llehrciu SpcldelN addition. lUud* lan's addition to North Douwood. iiituu. 'aldwcU'N Hun. I'lojuaut Valley, Uollovuo uad >th?r places in and near tho city. Money to loan on city real oitute: 8330. fiJj, MOO. $:>00. *700. JI.0W. SI. 500 aud *2 OW. NESBITT & DEVINE, Tel. Gil 1739 Markot Stroot. FOR; SALE. Kteht-roonicd brick houw. No, .10 Thirteenth ttreut. S&Wl KxnminoiL It will payuniuvcatcent or speculation. Splendid 30-arre farm ou Cadiz pike, only one* iiali mile from lirldgeporl It's ailrnt-cluaa place md 13,W0 will buy It ou a quick ulu. SMITH ft DICKINSON, 1229 MARKET STREET. Kbai. INtati-. Kim: lygriiASft: n'i.,ri TRUSTEE'S SALE. JUlUBTEE'S SALE. Il.v virtue of a deed of trmt made by K. L. r.I V.I...Ilarhlmr I.U trir.i !.? m.t w trustco, Intel Auitimi -itli. lv.it, am! recorded ill the olllcv of tUoi l'Tk of tlio County Court of >hio county. Won Virginia. in IHmmI of Trust uookNo.Jt:. i?iw? ffl. 1 wilt null at the north [runt dootof tlio court homo of mtld county, ou SATURDAY. 8KPTKMUBH i?th. 181U <mnmiMii>iuK "t 10 o'clock n. in , tlio following Wrltx-d proiwrty to wit: Lot No. ilfty-two (.'i.'i In division "J." iui shown on tlio nlatof parcoU. itreot* nud nllojfit. inmlo .by IMniol Ijtmli nnd Kcurv m. HukmiiI. nnuctal comtnlMlouurs of tlio "umli f'.iiifi nl l ?hl,\ nimtv* ill (tin rhsnriirv mlt of H. It Caldwell n#i?tn?t Caroline M. Wilion i ul. AI*o otio ln?u urny hnno. one tmtctiur'a ivnpon, oue not liitruw*. ono Imirey n??l buirgr liarneM, ono atnlitli. ouo Ico-bot. tlirvi* incut Idocka, ono tncat ronnter. ?>tio net of butcher .hop flxtnre* nnd machinery, iiiolnJlrnt englno, went chomior, lur?l kuttle, Ota. mid out'orunuTmimh ok 8AIK?Kvt*ry wdo (or lo*# than &"*) ihall Ihj for cm?!?. nnd every aalo In uxeoaa o( 9.VJ ihnll lw one-thlril and iw nmcli tnnro n* tlio imrcliiuarmny ol??M t*? pi* In cmIi. tli?? bulaneo n two o?|iinl ItntnUmont* nt Mx au<l twelve month*. notoa taurine InteiMt from tho day of uifp with aocnrltv oatUfnctory tottio triuuro, to [mi gift'it for the deferred payment* nU'.? H * AI.M-PV. Trm'Oo TNTKLLIGKNCKU'S job of kick? 1 NKSVTYl'K-8Kll.IiHti WOUKMKN. IIOS'KST ,-OUNT mi TASTY NVOHK ^M^u ' Iaud 27 FyuricouUi dlroo; OS-GgQ. R. TAYLOR. = iRQ4 A vy / l V iSS xis ? <x 4^ /\* Jllgb. 3. R. TAYLOR. ORDERS ye ry Day I t\^ f- Cloths NENT. r I Lower Than Ever Known. , TAYLOR. FFERSON COLLEGE. equipped for collcjjo work. Elective coukwi slotu. Ijiboratorlci for Ciiemlatrr. Ulncntlou'V id now (iymuatlum with Medical Di roc tor. Ks? IK l'CK<l?K>T. Washington. P*. ang REAL ESTATE. FOE. IRZEZSTT. X ?OSI!L Now plRht-roomod houses. No*. 81. 33, 35 auu.?? scroti toonm street w No. n? Seventeenth street, second floor S ui No. 100G KofTstreet .. 1? Na 1206 Ellen beth ?tree I. two rooms..tW No. '.'UC Alloy A. two rooms. ~ 4 w No. 1'J.11 Maiu street, three room* " No. 'JIM Main street. four room*. l'J 10 No. 34 Sixteenth street. WW No. ITS Sereutoenth street s? W No. 1012 McColloch htruet 10 W No. 1210 McColloch street .. ? W Your-rootned dwelling adjoluing C. & 1'. depot. Martin's Kerry ~ ? "J Saloon. Martin's Forry....^.- ? l.? W ttulldiug corner Twouty-fourth and market streets, lately used ai a carriage factory. No. 3517 Chaplino street, two rooms.. 5 <M Huloon and dwelling adjoining C. & P. dopot. Martin's Ferry .. .. .. 2*? M No. '2S17 Cbapllue street, throo rooms .... 3 01 Na 2350 Market street, both state*...*. 1"? "? No. 'Xn Alley 1) JL 8 0J No. 2621 (haplluo street, store room aai dwelling. No. is Twcuty-tlfth street 7 ?? No. 1721 KolT street. *t?cofid lloor - C ?> No. 151 Snventwntli street, soeond door 7 in No. 'I'M Jucuh street...MM. 13 oi Na 2)10 Jacob street U 0J store rooms. Main nod Twenty-nr*t streets for .. ?"<?. Sim 20 oi No. KM! Chapllne street, four rooms. No. 2302 Main street..... 9i?J No. lOTwonty-flflh street - - c <?J No. KM Ninotoonth atroet .... 9 No. 13*27 Cbapliue street, oflice room.......... 0>0 No. 151(1 Main street -?No. 175 Seventeenth street, two rooms 5 w No. 1 S3 Twcuty-nlnth street.....? ?...... 6 W FOR HALE. New live-roomed house. Thirteenth St SI j W Ileal estate of every description. james^aThenry. Heal Estate A pent. Collector. Notary 1'ublie au4 Pension Attorney, Na 1012 Market street Rents Reduced ! No. 2319 ChapHno street, two-itory brick. No. 2>J1 toll Htrcot, first Door. A two-story frame dwelling of flvo room* on South Mltu trout. No. silt) McCollocb itroot: will nrratnf ' /'" two tenant* or otio. mid put la Ar*t-e!a*' order. Na ??Tiilrty-*evcmh street. soeoud tlojr. 9'. No. ]33&ino?treut,fCcoml iloor. Jii No. WW Muhi streol. two-story brick. No. :tlit MoColloeh street. two-story frame. No. toJ Mrtln i treat, la mo modern brick thrall* loir, fourteen rooms. No. IK7 McCollocb street. brick. 811 <0. No. M Ohio street. throo room*. I7M. Tho Wuddlngton I'laee. Iioum ami UacrM. No. r?l9 Mnln sireot. brick dwolllui?. . No. 2#?i Mtiln street. ilrst floor. tbroo ror?m< No. lit riilrtjr-thlnl street. brick. flrer<?"i* Twosplcnilld o'llce room* in Masonic buUuiujNo. 'JW.'Cnmltne ftroot. tire ro'tius, IIJUJ. No. IMS Market street. oillco romnt No. 121 Thirty-third street. lire rooms. No. '.*)'? Mnln street. twnlve room* and tut i . Oillco rooms In Illbbird Mock. 13U MarkoHHtore room? or. South treot. iu Ucaruo Ui?* crnHolo bulidtiiR. O FOR. SAZiR No. l:tCO t'liaDlino struct, an olcgint rwldcnc# at ii Rant buruuln. MONEY TO I/)AN. RINEHART & TATUM. Cut Hank Himi.di.vo, Tclfti'hono '219. [nu.'tl ItoomS**. J^EAL ESTATE. Homes for Kilo chtv?|v DuUdint: lots for xsle chcap. Farms (or Mlo cheap. Property for sale on eaiy tormi. Motley to loan on teal estate. HAllKY J. FlSK. Telephone lir Mnrkrt-tr. _ j^UUALruii cc wmt-uuiwi, SOUS A0KK1S rOK Jas. B. Pepper 8 Co.'s DISl'lUiKUV BOTTLED WlllSKtV.