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The Ohio County Democratic Convention Yesterday ; DECLINES JO NOMINATE A TICKET For House of Delega tes for One or Two Alleged Reasons THAT ARE EXTREMELY FLIMSY. The Troth of (he Matter ia that there U Not to be Foun<l Four Mm who are s ' WUllug to Figure tu Star Kolra at the laerlflnl Altar-Bat the Break of the ^ Convention wa? the Resolution of Prln0 i InlM-Ruilarta tha Chlcaso Flat form. fo MB? wliat It May"?Delegates Named to the Approaching Democratic Conventlou??Proceeding* In Detail. The prlnclp.il topic of conversation on !. the streets and in places where men do f congregate, last evening, was the Democratic county convention held In tbe city building yesterday morning and afternoon. The action of the convention In failing to do the thing for which the delegates were principally <$osen at the late primaries?nominate four men for house of delegates?appealed to the humor of Republicans and Democrats alike. The reasons ad!-.r vanced for not doing this, are of the flimsiest character and do not hold a drop of water. The truth of the matter Is that the party was not able to find ^ four available men in the entire county who were willing to ac.ept the nominations. In what a tlx must the party be, L' Chat Is facing such a condition. Another humorous episode of yestcrjf terday's convention Is the language i of the resolution that endorses the platform of the approaching national Democratic convention. The origina1 resolution simply endorsed the platform and ; let it go at that. But another delegate thought that was not enough of a straddle and tackvd on the?v* words, "be what ir tnflv." Such u piece of polit leal drunkenness has never before been fe recorded. Even those who run may see that the local Democracy is very much at sea?In fact, does not know vhat it9 principles are. THE XOKNING SESSIO N. Very Little llmlnru wa? Accomplished Bcyoud OrsaiilMtlaii. I The morning session of the county convention opened at 10:43 o'clock and was called to order by County Chairman R. S. ; Kincheloe. who Introduced Mi. John S. j Naylor. of Madison, as chairman. Mr. I Naylor's name was greted *lth a liberal outburst of applause aud some one In the rear of thf r?x>m suggested that Mr. Naylor would make a good legtsla\ tive candidate. If t3e convention had f decided to nominate legislative candi- | f dates yesterday Mr. Naylor's name would have appeared on th<? ticket notwithstanding the fact that he positively J refuses to run for any office this year. Upon assuming the chair, Mr. Naylor made a few remarks, stating the object! ! of the convention. Mr. J. B. Handlan. aX Ritchie, was named as temporary secretary. John J. Conlff moved that | the temporary chairman be made p.?r- 1 cnanent. which was carried with a hur\ rah- Harry Garden was th-n suggested j as permanent secietary nnd was chosen I unanimously. Mr. Handlan moved that the representatives of the n^wspap^rs present be made assistant secretaries. | His motion was amended by making it -the representative of the Democratic |, newspapers" and the .motion fcmended passed, and th* Intelligencer man was thrown upon th~ cold, cold world. ? The roll of delegates was then called. , ?Ki. fniiAwinir were found to be frre?ent: / Washington?Eugene H. Delters, 3ohn J. Kennedy ?nd Patrick Scally. Madison?John S. Naylur, C. H. Copp. and John Loornis. Clay?John A. Howard/ R. B. Merchant and Prof. John M Birch. Union?Jam *-s McGlnley. Charles Schmidt and Frank Wen del. Centre?John J ConifJ and Andrew Stoetzer. Webster ? Bernard Meighen Jr.. James Carroll and J. A. Wood. Ritchie?J B Handlan. Charles J. Otte and -William Fuhrman. Liberty?S. S Jacob. Triadelphia?Luther W. Blayney. William M. Hutchinson and W. T. Chambers. Richland?Harry H. Garden. George I Ebbert and James P. Stewart. As there wer* no contests the committee on credential* was dispensed with. Some wrangling was occasioned by an ?fTort to appoint a committee to select names for delegates to the district and state conventions and the executive! committee, and th* question took up the whole time until th* delegates got hungry and it was settled by the following | being adopted: | Resolved. That the delegates from each i district report tc the convention Ave dele- I gates from their respective districts to ! each of the f.?n?wfn?: conventions: State, congressional, district. Judicial, and the two delegate* each to the . enatorial con- | ference. and that a committee of ten. consisting c.f one from each district, select two delegate* at large to the state convention. After this had be-n accomplished the convention adjourned at 11.15 until 2 o'clock. THE AFTZP.KOON SESSION. Delegates Xamrtl for the DrmorrMftr Con vcntioui-.No Drinnrrallc Caii'ttitate* far Hoiur of Delegate* CIiom-ii-All AntlA* I'. A. Krkultillnn PmwiI. The afternoon session of the Ohio county Democrntjc convention was called to order at 2:15 o'clock, with Mr. John S. Naylor, of Madison. In the chair, and Mr. Garden at the desk There was a fair atondanoj of delegates. hut th?? number ^f spectator* wa? distressingly *mall. It looked n.s though the public didn't carp what was to b?- don". The chairman called upon tho various districts to report tho nam-.-.* of tho delegate* to the several D'*mot?ratlr conventions, but Wu^hln^ton was not ready and a long d-*lay onsu.-d. Finally tho names were r< ported, as follow*:; \ M?lr t'nmriilInn. \Washln*?ton?Fugr-no Delt*re, O. B Arennan. F. P. Dali?-y. H. Stot-r., Alfred Clttwell. Madlnon?F P. McNeil. C. H. Copp. R. B. Naylor. A. A. Franzhelm, R. S. K Inchflo.-. Clay?R. B. Merchant. Robert Simpeon. John A !1 ward, Paul 0. Reymann. J. O. Pendleton. Union?Charl'* SchrnUlt. O. K Boyd. ' nr.. Rob-rt Rllinpham. Joseph H. Wvls. / gerbcr, W. S Mr Dona I'I. Centre?A. c. Stoftzer, John Waterhouse. Charl-n Menkemellor, Frank WondH. John J. f'onlff. Webster?John Lane, Bernard Meh?n, Jr.. Otto W. iii. r. J A. Welagcrbor, James Carrrll. Ritchie?W .1 I^antry. T. .1 Wolvlngton. Churl.-'. liorstman, W. C. Handlan, nr. James Nichols. Trladolphla F Jones. J. J. Woods, Clark Hamilton, M. Madden. L. W. Bltynoy Liberty?A. M Rldgeley. M. Howard. Charles Londa, <if*or^'' Shorts, F. C. Co*. Richland Daniel Srhafr-r. A. P Garden. John W. N'lchohi, Dr. W. J. Bat'-*. John B. Wilson, Couyirational foilvrufion. Woshln<ton John Ro.iz Edward Hamm. Charon. Stank.', William Mcflavln. Louis 2oeckl?T. Madison A. l\ Wilson, Albert Capps, \V. F. Henke. E. S. Meyers, H. S. Boresford. Clay?P. H I.anc". Edward Stnlnaker, Henry Nau, M. D. Post. J. M. McCnUocli. Union-Andrew Mcflinley. John Farroll. Hob, rt Pekarl, J. A. Sillier, Willlain Frlese. sr. Centre?R. T. Dovrles. John Schneldor. Peter nonenberger, Thomas FlnneKan. \\*. Neldert. Vobster-J. A. Wood. Philip Conehelm. H. C. Caldwell. John McDeemott, Frunlt Mnloney. . , Ritchie?William Wolvlnglon. John Manlon. W. 11. Kuhrmann. C. J. One, Herman Bents. Richland?C. S. EbberU. N. a himroerville, George Crlss. Jerry Evans, James P. Stewart. v ? Trlndelnhla?T. K. Shields. W. B. Hervey. C. E. SeabrlRht. Edward Miller. W. C. Henry. Liberty?Frank Blayney. F. Muldoon, Dan Forney. Ed Smith. A. J. MtCulloch. District Dvlrgftte ?oit?ei??lou. Washington?W. A. Wilson, F. J. Park. James Bogart. John Harvey, Fr-d Fredericks. ,, _ Madlaon?A. il. Hadllch. J*. P. McNeil. J. D. Crawford, C. H. Copp, John Looml*. .. ... Clay?Rovert Simpson. Alex Upd?ffrafT.* Thomas O'Brien, ?r., W. W. Arnett. Charlea H. Taney. Union?Henry lileberson, * rank /> u...? i>,AIU?n Krnrk. T M. Da r rah. ' * Centre?C. W. Seabrisht, Thomas F. Thoner, Barney Stubbs, Dr. J. A. Campbell. Ed Kurtze. Webster?Edward Wilde. C. W. Krelter. M. B. Bailey, Andrew Fisher. Charles Stevens. Ritchie? F. D. Strausser, J. B. Menkemeyer, Alex Kucheffskl, Carl Meyer. James Nichols. Richland?J. B. Wilson. George Ebbert. A. P. Garden. Daniel Schafer, J. C. Pacfhall. Trlndelphia ? James Ebellng. Jr.. Jamea Balrd. A. M. Paul!, jr., S. Patterson. G. W. Oldham. Liberty?Wylle Cox. James Dixon, Charles Crnmbackt?r, jr., J. M. Farls, A. C. Harrell. Judicial Convention. Washington ? Louis Stifel, Charles Cunningham. P. J. Scally. Dr. S. L. S. Spragg. John Lutz. Madison?J. B. Sommervillle, Ed Felnler. Otto Waldcn. C. 3J. Wheeler, jr.. O. C. Genther. ""lay?John A. Howard. Robert Simpsen. J. O. Pendleton, Walter Hall, M. D. Post I'nion?C. T. Blanc-hard. L. F. SUM. John H Ewing, Peter Hoe. Henry WeUgerbcr. Centre?Joseph Gihbs. Ed VosjI-r. W. A. Stoetzer. Adam Blum. J. J. Con if!". Webster?John H. Whyte. T. J. Miller, Thomas Kaln. Robert Clark. Thomas Cotter. Ritchie ? Louis Hollschc, Michael Hansehumaker. C. Viewlg. Jr., William Rose, E. Fredericks. Jr. RlchJand?A. J. Wilson, J. C. Parehall, P. Stewart. August Duval, Robert Leasure. Trladelphla.?L. S. Jordan. Pallas Ewlng. W. H. Hoge, W. C. Wetdman, Matthew Sims Liberty?J. J. Jacobs. S. Curtis./N*. J. Ferguson. M. T. Hartley. J. B. Atkinson. . Senatorial C'uufrrrr*. Washington ? Michael Stc-ln. John Madison?Grafton Boll, Gus Matthews. Clay?Dr. McMasters, Peter Delaplaln. Union?Peter Farrell. H. B. Grlrrm. Centra ?Andrew Sta.uber, William Milllgan. Webster ? Thomas Killeen, Joseph Yahn. Ritchie?Joseph Hydinger. W. Rothermond. Richland?H. II. Garden. James Cresap. Triadelp'nla?N*. S. Thornburg, Sam Ahercrombi-. Liberty?Martin Montgomery* Revcrdy Dixon. Exrcullvf Commttlrr. Washington?Alfred Caldwell, Peter Miller. Jr. Madison ?J. E. Sheppard. Albert Capps. Clay?John A. Howard. Henry Nau. Union?John F. F*rr?U, T. M. &arrah. Centre?A. C. Stoetzer, Charles Menkemeller. Webster?James Killeen, Joseph Slater. Ritchie?Joseph Minkcmeyer, T. S. Wolvlngtor.. Richland?J. B. Wilson. Dr. W. J. Bat-^s. Triadelphia?James Ewing, M. Madden. Liberty?Frank C Cox. M. T. Hartley. Were They Afraid ! "The next business in be transacted bf the contention." says Chairman Nay lor. "la the selection of four candidates t'\ house of delegates. Nominations a* in order." Thr:e wao n pause, and delegate looked at one another, until Anally all ejrs were centered on Mr. Stoetzcr. <f Centre, who was toying unconcernedly with ;i pivce of paper. Th-? man frr?m Centre Anally aro.?e and presented the following lesolutlon: Resolved. That when th** convention adjourn, tt adjourn to tneot at of th* chairman of the convention 01 by tho request in writing of t*n delegate.; of th?* convention, addressed to the chairman, at a time suhsequent to the state and national conventions. !t?solved. That the selection of candidate ? for house- of delegates iv? i>o.<tponed till the convention meet* again. as above. The resolution had been practically passed during the noon reccas ??nd was adopted formally in the convention without dissent. Thus was .*- :i the spectacle of a convention of Ohio ayuuiy Ijemocrats afralti to put up Its tick\ as scheduled in the call for th** convention. One of the leaders explained by paying that this action had been taken so as to await th" state and national conventions' declarations on th?- issues . f the campaign. The suggestions that the nominations were delayed because the leaders had been unable to And four tnen who would consent to stand up and be sacrificed at th?- coming election. was denied indignantiy and with so much force by son:-- who were spoken to on the subject that it would n,>i>? -jr thesis some lire where th"." i.? so much of the smoke of unnecessary emphasis. At any rub* it Is a highly Irr gular proceeding anil shows how much has been lost of the former "esprit de co. pa" of the Ohio county Democracy. The con- j ventlon will probably b?- held ir. Sc;i- [ tembcr. Mr. Sto*tzer evidently w is one of the "main guys"' of those who v+* r.- run- J j nlng th-? conv-ntion. as he cam*, for- i warn witn anoint i ri*oiu'u?n. i iup endorn-d the notion of the approaching national Democratic convention at Chicago, and read u.n follow*: Resolved, That the Democracy of Ohio county. In convention assembled, confiding In the wisdom of tho natlonul convention, to a*?einhle in th* city of Chir.u.-o In July, "ndur^e tho follov :ng resolution: Resolved. That tld> convention will stand by and support the platform adopted by th" national Democratic convention, and herel?> pledge th? vote* of the Democrats of Ohio county to the sem?. A I.llllr Klllllll?l<l?lll. Mr. J. A. Woo,to, of Webster, aroused the only burst of . nthu*la?m f-e n at th-convention, when h-* urtw- nnd advocated nn amendment to the St< v resolution, which he thought should have thewo word* Inserted: "That l>e the platf irri of the national Democracy what it may. w?? endorse It." "If v.i ore tru ? Dem" rat*." said Mr. Woods, "we in p;,r . thl5 amendment." The amendment wii> added with the consent < ( Mr. St'^txer Mr. John J. Conlff presented a resolution end"r.?in,r tli?' ?audldfn<?f lion. Alfred f'aldw.'U f..r d?! gab t? Chlo-un from the First dlfitrkt. nnd ndor. in;: th-- nndldary of H??n. Tb'?m rf. RII"v, of thla county, for rcnomlnntlon for attorney general. Th-- re oluti<<ti In mil: H<NM>lv*d. That we appreciate the Ion* snd faithful fti t|i#? party nf our fellow cMir.'-n. lion T P Hie v. and v "milz th" --j. . f'.ful nnd Mlsfaetoi.v manner in which he hax i>e* (crrn?'.l th* duties of iittornrv general of th? cnte It Is th' r#>r.s* nf ihI- convention 'hat t delfga'ej. from thin county use all rnearn in th?-ir power to hrii..: about th* t? nomination of Mr. Riley for attorney general Resolved, That we endorse with picas tiro the candidacy of Hon. Alfred Coldwell nit delegate-nt-largo to the Chicago convention Wo foel that In him have nn ahlo and faithful representative of the Democratii- party. Tin- delegate* to the j district convention, to he held att Clarkf- ] bur*, arc requested to use al! means in their power to secure the selection of General Culdwoli as di'lcgate-at-Urge to the Chicago convention. I Pay ICrnprrtN to A. 1*. A. At this point Mr. Stcetzer moved that the convention adjourn to meet again In pursuance of a call in Accordance with the resolution postponing the nomination of four candidates for house of delegates. It was suggested that the adjournment be held back until a gentleman who had another resolution, could Dreamt It to the convention for action. Mr. stoetzer objected to anything of the kind, and the motion to adjourn was voted upon with the result that It wax voted down. Then Mr. Copp presented the follow mis rrEuimiou, in which mv- uoimio ?* the convention were paid to the A. P. A.: IN solv.ed. That we condemn all organization*. whether political or otherwise, which attempt, directly or indirectly, to interfere in any respect with any class of our fellow ctuxens because of their religious conviction!!. The resolution was adopted without dissent in a most quiet and orderly way. entirely tinlike the usunl conduct of matters In assemblages that bear1 the Democratic mark. In fact, the convention throughout was entirely undemocratic, at least so far us former Democratic gatherings in this state have established the type. WINNERS IN MABSHALL The Complete Voir Show* tliat Doris ?von by G1 Vote*?Tliv Other tlucccuful fan illilntra. Yesterday the complete figures of the Republican primaries held In Marshall county on Saturday were obtained. The wlnn-rs are: Sheriff?James E. Doyle. County clerk?E. M. Lewlfc. Circuit clerk?L. I-.. Stldger. Prosecuting attorney?T. J Parsons. County commissioner at large?D. F. Giealer. ' House of dclegate:>?John W. L'-ach and S. R. Jianen. Assessor, first district?J. T. Roseberry. .A * sensor, second district?J K. Cha^e, County survi yor?Wilbert Jones. The vote was as follows: For sheriff?Doyle. SS-: Gray. S21; Harris, mo: McMechen. 4"3; Burchinal. 2SS; Rlfrgs, Montgomery, IIS; Doyle's plurality, m. Fop county clerk? Lewis 2.153; Phillips. 1,189; Lewis' plurality. 9G4 For circuit clerk-- L. L. Stldj-*-. 3.3S6; no opposition. For prosecuting attorney?1'. J. Tarsons. 3,256; no opposition. For county rommi:?sIon#-"-atfIarpf? Gicsl-r, 1,165: Mason. MS; Connor. 722: Francis. 4P6; Glesler's plurality. 2f*7. For house of delegates?Leach. 2,076; Hanen. 1,974; Purdy. 1.622. For assessor, flrat district?Hoseberry. 1.203; Jon-'f. 531: Con?ly, 367; K.>-'t erry's plurality. 672. For assessor. second district?Cha?e, 64S: Chapman. 577; Chasc'j majority. 71. For county surveror?Jones. 1.C93; Connelly, 1.541; Jones' majority, 152. BKIDUEPORT COMMENCEMENT. The Twrnfyarroitcl Annual to l>c Held Thnixtny I'.*riling. The twenty-second annual commencement of the Bridgeport public schools will he held at the Union opera house. Thursday eveningwFoiJdwing is the programme: * Wayside Flowers Yotta A. Ri:?s*ll A Phantom.. Gcorg- F. Medlll Woman's Work./ Radte F rook Th?? Boy at School. .Howard M. Kaufman Waltzes?In the New Home iK-It Bela> OrcV-stra Pilgrim's Chorus (Verdi) Hlph School Chorus Wheels. Jessie M. Hlllyer Th?- Progress of America . . Fr?d J t?lll Th*- Flower and th* Insect..Ella M. Scott Is It All In the Polllwoie? Ferdinand D. Ring Gavote?Silver Bells <E. Isejnan) Orchestra Knots Allen '* Greenlee Chivalry Minn Kuhn i.ommenctmcju ?aus ?.?i. Anjdr.s Fmnk C. Bran urn That Animal Called the Boy. .Grace Whitney Tumor Italia (Donizetta* High School Chorus Leaders and Followers Virgil M. McConrmuKhy Tie* Aura Lee Porter K Piurihtis t'num Charles B. Knlow Bve In '% Etta A. Lvlc Next Park J. Alexander March?Klnrr Cotton (Sousa).. ..Orchestra Witrgenlled (Frank)..Hlah School Chorus Presentation of Diploma?. The personnel of the clan of '% is as follows: Park J. Alexander. Radio F. Cook. Allen C. Grenlee. Jessie M. HMyer. Minn Kuh.i. Virgil M McConnaughy, Aura. T^ee Porter, Yelta A. Russell. Ella May Scott. Frank C. Branum. Charfc-n R. Enlow, Fitd J. Gill. Howard M. Kaufman. Etta A. Lyle, ?. ' Me Ferdin ind D. Ring. Birt Summer*. Grace Whitney Turner. IT'S Just as easy to try One Minute Cough Cure as anything else. It's easier to cure a severe cough or cold with it. Let your nest purchase tor a couch be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine: better result; better try it. CharJert R. Goetze. corner Twelfth and Market streets: Bowie & Company. Bridgeport; Peabody &. Son. Benwood. 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It's coarse weave, very sty lish. Shirt Waists! In addition to our large stock of Wash Shirt Waists lots of new stylish ones will arrive dai!y. JlSi&ft AMUSEMENTS. wiREMNfTPARK f,ASINfl! UllUUUIlIU i 4<M<1 ? . GRAND CONCERT ?OF THE Woman's Musical Club! Tuesday [veiling, June 9, AT MS O'CLOCK. Admission W cents. No extra charpe for rr?c-r\v<i scats. Tickets at C. A. House's on and after Thursday. June 4 S5?cclal motor to Casino door* at 7:30. j?---tth*Arm P. T. L. The American Protective Tariff League is a national organization advocating " Protection to American Labor and Industry" as explained by its constitution, as follows: " Th? cf th!? L?ftfu9 ahall b# to pret?:t A>n?ri:an liix'e by tariff on import*. *?hich shall d?Qu?t?'y ?ecur? Amoricti mOiittrial product* famit tho competition cf f:reign labcr." There aro no personal or private profits in connection with theorganiza* ticnand it is sustained by memberships, contributions and the distribution of its ptJDilCUUVM*. , FIRST . Cflrreiponden-* i? eoli-ited reftrd:?5 i " Membership " ar.d " Official Correspondent*. CECOND: We need end ??eiccmi> contribution^ I whethor small or large, to our causo. THIRD : W? publish a l?rf? line of do;ument? coterinf nil phatoi cf tne Tariff question. tjmplete ??t will b* mailad to any addreti for 60 cents. FOURTH: Send postal oard reQuest for free osn>pi? c^ry cf t1 " Amori 11 Econom'it." Wilbur f. WaVeman. GeneralSecretary, 136 W??* ">!*-> '"rr-* N?W V^rii. PICTURES AND ART MATERIAL. | ?? 1 1 l lAA.'k'S." Pockrt Kodaks. Films nntj a ^ general line of Photographic Supplies. NICOLL'S RRT STORE. :2:<' MARKET nTHKKT. ! ~ MACHINERY Redman ? cu., GBNERAL MACHINISTS And Manufacturer* of Marino and Stationary Englnus. aii:r w i ; I tv.. vv y\ -1 i u.i.i IU i. e.. i unr fcxprninenui ami :>vm wm iur iinniiurc. l:Jfftrlc ??d Mffhanlral Imtrumnit to % )i -M.KS or Instruments ?nd Small Machinery or kvrry piaauriiom, mylO 40* fcmlthlMd *?.. rimbnrgh. 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Our prlec* astray* Tiir. i/iwibt. oarJUiimAie.* <>u Decorating givox gg Work guaranteed. B JOS.GRAVES'SON ^ No. 26 Twelfth Street. hammocksT hammocks. A large line of Hammocks from 50c to S3.00. Call and see our Sl.00 Hammock. i CARLE BROS., MarkefsTreat. . nAivifnitnnnmtrn nnrnnumn I lUMtniMLiu raiiDDixioi Wo Call attention to Oar Special Book Sale! On account of building extension to < store. Work Logins next Monday. Price." rtductxl front to ."? > per cent. Over 5,000 volumes in .ill bindings and prices. A new line of INTERNATIONAL B IDLES and P. K. PRAYERS and hYMNAl^. Muil ordere filled at rcduced rates. STMTOirS^ZSI* : _ ] XJASE BALL GOODS. CROQUET. I J) HAMMOCKS. FOOT BALLS. All of the Popular Magazines and ' Papers up to date. Books and S'.a- < tlonery. Gospel Hymns In their various styles O. H. QUI7VTBY. np^> 1414 M-;rk?-t Strcot. TRUSTEE'S SALE. rp RUST EE'S SALET~ . Real Estate in Fifib 2nd Sigliib Wards of Wbeeiln^. ; By virtue of a deed of tni.?t nr.>!c by Sophia C. Tappe and her husband. Jtrnry 1 Tappe, to me '.runt*?. dnt?-d FY.'Ti.ary i I 11th. 1SS5. and records! in the :!1 of th?" | Clerk of th* County r. .;rt ?>f Ohio Co .r.ty. , I West Virginia, in i\ < d v' Trust Bowk NO. I 41. page .1. I wdi . ??.; at tV north iron: 1 1 door of the court house of f.v.d <<?unty. on _ WEDNESDAY, MAY CT1I. It . I I commencing nt !0 o'd. k a. in . :!) parI oris of real estate situated tn the Cltv of Wheeling. In Ohio county. wmi Virginia* i that lire described as follows, vlx: Klrat-A ^tri;? of lr?t.?l nv, j.ty-two <2C> | feet wide off of the north .-Kloof lot number j ninety-nine wy in the Fifth ward of said city. which lot I* on the northwe.-t corner j i of Market Mrcot and Twrnty-th:: d str- ot. fronting twenty-two <i-> feet on the west hide or Market street. an?! extending wostunrdly of the uniform width ?>f >a. i front I to art alloy in tin- rear of sal'.I lot. topethj or with the Imnrovem. in th.: I Second?All of the f--:.' u 1;- dt r:J>ed I I lots Mtuuted in the I'.i--r. h war.I o! I r. elty. to-w!t:?lots numlx r< l khty-one r!> ! anil eighty-two rl? In i.a;r ?ta:. . . i! 1 ,?t numbered three and part i. * num- t | hered four (4) in square nunil?-rcd fortynine (49> ? TRRMSOFSALE-Onf-thlni of ::m purI chafe money, or so n- . ;? : the I purchaser may elect to j.i!t In !. on the day of sale, and the r? -i Sue In two 1 ?quai installments. payable, respectively, I I In six months and twelve months from the J day of sale, with Interest, the purchns* r J giving his negotiable promissory note for ' the deferred jiaytn nt.-\ with v>>oJ seem]- i , ty. the leKJil title h? in:: re:ai;.. I until all I J of the ptnvhdse money shall hav-- been | paid; or. If the purchaser so el.vt. the 1. :a! I title may he conve>ed. th?* trustee :v.;*rvhu; In the deed ; ihn tor the d?-..<rred purchase money, or ti pt;roh.i;>er otia-r- < wise securing the Rama to the satisfaction of the trust'*0 liEXJAM IN' 8. ALLISON. apT-tu TruMve. . [ The above ?ale i adjourned until Wednesday. May 20th. i,:\ at Ij a. in., at the I same place. DEN JAM IN 8. ALLISON*. I mylMu Trustee. , The above *aU 1m n adjoufnfd until J WednotUay. Jun > . IIKNJAMIN S. ALLISON. , Jf< Till'!.' Artificial l.linb 3lfV. M&iiufftCturrMh N*?t food* on th? NwJ ? ; iii?rkti. Mini Trti?w. suc^nri* * . Crutchmtr. A'.????|'piUuo* f0r?.<rrwtl*iRi1r- ) fortuities j.W. THOMPSON, SEC' 1. A. MO'R. i Mil ibtJi;! >l, i-?: .U. hr.-icrr Pv " uy?* 1 GENERAL NOTICES. ^OTICE Of the. rtrnwlni: for redemption of ! of r-'.sijpf f!i city of Whet Jin/; Notice it hereby nr.-n i bioOt-i : Ofc I (if iOdft of * i wf '.i Wlieeltoi?<"thut on Jure.- jVto the requirements of th? ?nid city. pimaed Ma> 12. iv,. iri< .j ordlnfd I > provide for t h.i!< of LfOtulH ot the <i:y ..r V,'?i.,, n, bo known tan Iwnda of : ,i;, i . rcd< mption nnd paynn :?t n.< r.of, ..i4,i ( vidinn for the payment ir.to tin- uv s . ury of rrrtnln amount* ft-11 the r.v of the ?:.'?? and water work- " jr..- ,, in,; described bonds Kv:..j unmr ordinance were duly detcn/iiiiMi by lot nald ? tjrtitfcls.-?!i?(icrw tor : Oemptiot, payment on the llr>t day of .J. ... : to.wit: IJondi" No. three ?::> for elKht (S) for ll-vi; No. ten ?li-> for . uoventy-fOur <74i for J.?; No. one hutulf ! and fifteen (115) for Jl,t<00; No. or.- t j and thirty-six (13Ci for si.-- . , .. hundr* d xind thlrty-nh .* (l.'.' i tor 5! one hundn-d and ninety-four Jl.'OO; No. t wo duindr.-d and t - . . (232rfor 51/>00; Nimtwo hundred ur i four (2.U) for Jl.tVl; No. t .vo hun. fill .-.f ?ii*. .. f..r II i?m Xr. rv... arnl Koventy-hlx <27i;? for N hundred and ninety-flve (2*.0? f< r :: and No. three liundn-d ari<l (320 f<>r $1.<?*>: tliat wild bond* win !.. deemed and paid at the Bank or 11 Valley. In t!i?* city of Wheolln, . Virginia. '?y said commit lorvr: aft'-r wild nr?t day of July, 1 ?/*' . at ><: raid bond# hu determined will .. hear interest from the last iner.t: day uuu d^te. COMMISSION*! !'.:; OF Tin: loan ov : liy r. r;. dohimns ! - REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS! So. &19 Chaplln'o street, 6-rocm brj. cheap. Lot* cn National Pike. In Seibert's Ga:dtn. it) fiont. T-room brick n*idf>nro on Virginia str?:?.; between York 'tnd Lrornlway. cheap. 10-room brick houvo on !:'" ? nth a tret:, lot C" root front: No 1 locati- n. Loth. feet, on SuU'.h Huron 8lro?-t at JI1C. n. Money lu Lo-u?J.Vj to Jj.CCa ROIiP cfcj ZAWS, JeS No. Fourteenth Street. FOB H/BjST'T. Summer r?*idenc?- I : . . .nt Valley...? fO Summer ?esdd<?ntv i'j ant Valley... l- 01 Residence National Rood V) S3 No. 1?0 iOlRhtecnth street, roo;ns? 6 M No. Fourteen nth ?tre< t .. l-roomed boose in rear 01 No. : . Fifteenth street 10 00 No. 1 Main street. :: room. .Store room and dw-i::m? Main street ? No. ZZj Main street, & room:,, both No. 3S7 Main street, saloon with !<ar fixtures j.ud lour rooms, bo:h *3 00 i-roomed house in rear of No. l.j FourteenUi street No. 121i .MeColSoch strto*. 2 rooms.... : No. 2".]') Main street. - i.cxs ; No. 1"^. McCoiioch street }; ' No. JC11* Alley li 7 CO No. r.! South York street r n No. K South York street is No. 610 AH* y V,. 5 rooms .... . -j No. 147 Fourteenth strict, both gasea. iiot water ana Datn 2' -l No. fCC2 Main street. 3 rooms .. " M No. li/l Thirty-third street, store room 3 Four-roomed houses Crescent Place T . j Tv.i-iv?'-roomtii residence. *.<- -* ground. Edi,ington'? Lane ?2 rooms rear of Mission Sunday ?i*hool. Eirhfon'h str"'*t e 'i Three rooms. Pleasant Valley t >3 .FOR SALE* 4 lots JIcMofchen. 4 lots Kir.i Urove. No. 32 Zdrtb street, store room an2 dwelling. No. !:?:X Main street, $1,600. No. *22 and 422Va Market street. No. W Seventeenth street, ?" rucsxs. boti gases. No. 2X20 Main street. Sixteenth str'*t .r?*ldence. Ss.MO. Nos. and ili National road. Counters and shelving, Nu. 131 Thirty third 5tr?"rt. No. 92 Sixteenth street I.ot on South Front street. 8ix-roomed house. Peninsula. JAMES A. HENRY. Real Estate Agent, Collector, Notary Public and Pension Attorney, No. l?li MarIrot at ' ; jeC FOB SALE. S-room frame house, hath. hot an?l cold ti'ulcr; also double frame hous-. 4 rooms tiii < ach bill--, with all accessary outbuilding*. suitable for two families. both pa?es. l?ftw(*n Seventh and Kinhth itrects. cast side of Market at.; lot 50x123 [eet. A bargain at. I2.b(?. House, 12 room?, largo centor hails. w?n mcdcrij convenience*, and large lor. No. : Chapltne <-t. Cheap and term- easy. Ono ? : the '.in-.n houses in Park Mew, r rooms and hall; hardwood finish, with one ucro oi land to sinu'. ai a bargain . ..... House. 3 rooms, in ijeiveaere auuuou, terms easy. JfW. Lots on Unci st. and MeColloch St., East IV? . .I,;.-. Oik> to Si:" ?:ich. House. G rooms and hall. Market street, >ntre Wheeling; cheap. 41.200. Sptendld :>!??,. site for dwelling, ISth st. Splendid b'dg. site for dwelling. 14th st. Hons*. ;? rooms. 24th st., 51.*ivi. House. S rooms and hall, with all mod?ri? niprovements. ChapUae st., Centra Wheeling. 55.300. House, 7 rf-oins and hall. ICth St., ?.701 House. 5 rooms. 15th st.. 51.400. House, 3 rooms. In Helved ere add., JOX House. 14 rooms and store room. Mala St.. near 21st St.. lot 44x122 ft.. JS.iO. House. i rooms, fcal and large lot. litis it.. I4.3?. House. ? rooms and 6-roomed house In rear; lot ajxllri it.. l^t!i St.. J.v"1 House, 7 rooms, brick, trith hall, Jacob Ft.. Centre Wheeling; cheap. 52.3i" House. C rooms, brick, Eoff St., 5th ward, K..VO. House. 7 rooms, N. Market st.; cheap, D.550. 2 lots on Und st. Belvedere. J223 each. House. 2 rooms. Wilson st. Centra Wheeling? easy term*, 1500. Hous*. 4 rooms and attic, Jacob &t, G;b ward. J:,40C'. NESBITT & DEVINE, Tel. Cii i.-J Market Street. my23 BONDS FOR SALE. We have a few rare pood f> per err.t :?onds. secured by first mortgage on business properly. In this city, principal and nterest payable in gold. We can recemnend them as the best bonds that have . ? offend in this city for years. Fcr. ,'cct in every detail. SMITH & DICKINSON. I \. KA>T?E n \Nl\ BOILDPfG. MUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE A very desirable resJder.ro and business ivopei ty, corner Main and Tenth street*. No. Fifteenth street, 7 room-, brick. No. 1CI Sl.\t< eiuh street, lot iwU'- foct A nne reA.deitcc In I'iea^ant Va.Iey. Nos. 1? ni.d Seventeenth street. No S Kfrntiii-ky street, 4 room*. 7 storerooms aud 2 dwellings renting for >1 w per month, corner Mari.et and hvcntleth street*, paya ii per cent. No. ^ Kentu. ky street, lot &'xi4t> feet. A tine residor-.ce on Virginia street. All uodcrn convenience; price low. No. 221.' ChapUne street, lurgs brick nt'Iding. No. >.' 1Mb rtr<et. 7 rooms and st.nh>. No. 1I*? nth-street. f> r-oms and staM?. l ot corner Main and Sixteenth street. No. ltth stru t. 7 rooms and bath. N\?. If' " Cluipllne street. 7 room*. No 1213 Chanllne street. 9 iwms. l.c; on M.itn Ht., knvcoii i:;d una 23d sta I lot; on North \Vnba*h ttroci No. si t?outh Broadway, ivaldence of J. Mw.tiif. L- [ Lot r'.UW North York *tr<vt. Lot No imlmna St.. 7 roonii modcrtu No. N. W ' ish S: . room*, cheap. A tin*- lot 1n I'l.ant Valley. No. ir Vormont street, i rooms; lot 25x10? W<-\\ II.:- 0 The Bloch property on North Main SMONi:V TO LOAN. RINEHART & TATUM. The City Dank Eulldln*. Telephone Zlj. apS* _ JOSEPH J. S7VVITH. i loo mik: r -.rum r. Practical Shoemaker. nr*.l? :o;>Aired ?..: i halt nolod vriiilli y.m ml: halv >?11.is . \sn hmi::.1M I'Kiit* i.l> iMe. >! ".\v ivi? ?><v. POO .Market street* Cor. Fourte<v?tY rpHK INTKLLlOr.NCEH PRINTING 1 v.. laldtsiiuuu.. ?Nv*i, uecur?ic, prum^U