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I) three doors above Custom House.) All
iTmiih i T Building* erected promptly and sails
(at tori 1 *. Plans and Speci Scmdoaa prepared tad
furuiahed on application. Careful
supervision given to building*. Parties des'rtug
to new. ar to make improTemaots on p»
Hot buildings an<1 thoee needing any wort in
w41' J° weU to "J.1VmSnSoST
" 0R6ANINAS I ORGANINAS !
Play amy tusk, a child can csk
ihem 1 he most marvellous invention of
the age. CW1 and see aud bear them at
SHEIB'S MUSIC STORE,
]u30 • Washington Hall, Twelfth St.
ai^xandeiTbone, sr.
>T0TARY PUBLIC, GENERAL BUSINESS
I and Roai Estate Ageut.
Liana negotiated, Stocks bought and sold.
Merchants and Manufacturers' Books opened,
examined and closed. Estates settled. Note*,
Book Accounts and Rents Collected. Houses
Rehtsd and Leased. Collet-lions promptly re
mitted. Adv*n<^* made. All busmen com
poodencc confidentially attended to. Send tot
Circular and References. 1318 Vlarket Street
("rangle's Block,over Cltv Bauk, Wheeling. W.
Va. )»a
B. DAVENPORT,
(Late of List, Davenport A Parks, Wheeling,
Weat Va.)
Genor?! Commission 'Provisions,
li«Ais. Kujca. SsK09, Ours*. rrc.,
NO. 154 LA SALLE ST.. CHICAGO.
1 )7c. L.IST, Jr.,
PORK PACKER
And Curer of tba Celebrated
CHESTER MAA.TS !
Which are now ready and for sale at
2S Fourierulh St.
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—THE MILD POWES CURE8 —
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109 1'ulton Street, >ew York.
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AN INCIDENT RECALLED.
; Juilge Black'* Last Talks With
Howell Cobb and Jeff Da.
vis.
Philadelphia Press.
Mr. Howell Cobb, Secretary of the
Treasury, who had for a long time been
upon excellent terms with J wig* Black,
called up*n him at the Attorney Gen
eral's office one day after a somewhat
heated discussion in the Cabinet about
Sumter and the Southern situation gen
erally. Black had said some very point
ed things about Mr. Cobb's actions and
utterances, and intimated that they, be
ing in direct conflict with the views of
the Administration, were Iflcelv to bring
discredit upon it. This brought Cobb
to the Attorney General's office, and
the conference between the two mem
bers of Mr. Buchanan's Cabinet was
very animated and at times warm.
Cobb wauted to reach some amicable
understanding which would leave him
free to flrge his Southern views upon
the Presideut and act in the interest of
the South and secession and still remain
in the Cabinet- This effort naturally
led to a discussion of hia position upon
all the points involved, and when he
had fully stated his vie*? this is the an
swer he received from Judge Black:
"You and I can have r.o understand
ing npon this subject, l>ut there is one
uian above u.«, and but one, who can
settle this dispute. I will state my po
sition upon the secession movement in
writing, and can do it in three lines. I
will so state it, and submit it to the
President. If he does not agree with
me I will resign in five minutes. If he
does agree with me, you should do the
same, for there is certainly not room
enough in the Cabinet for both of us
while holding and expressing such di
verse views.'' Cobb got in a great rage,
and said:
"Judge Black, you cannot insult me
unless you intend to, but, sir, no other
man could talk to me in this way with
out lighting for his life."
Mr. Biai k disavowed any personal in
sult, but strongly maintained the posi
tion he had taken, that no officer of the
Government had a right to plot and
talk against it while holding an office
under it, and Cobb left him iu high J
dndgeon and very soon after resigned
The account of Mr. Cobb's visit to
Judge Black recalls a visit of Judge |
Black to Jetf Davis about the same time ;
The story goes that just after Davi3 re-1
turned from Mississippi, summoned by
a telegram from two Southern members j
of Mr. Buchanan's Cabinet, Black met'
him upon Pennsylvania avenue, and!
asked:
"now are uwngsai nuuie.
"I can hanlly say," replied Davis, "I
am in the breeching holdirg bacic. I
am behind my people. I fear the worst
unless there is great caution "
The same evening Judge Black went
to Mr. Davis' house with Mr.Thompson,
Secretary of the Interior, who was a
prominent Union man, although a
Southerner.
The conversation there is described by
an eminent witness as iutensely inter
esting. "Judge Black's argument," said"
he, "against secession was masterly,
and he undertook, in a talk lasting from
early evening until late at night,to prove
the fallacy of the doctrine of secession.
He seemed to feel," said my informant,
' "that if he could induce Davis to use his
! great influence against secession that
none of the other Statea would follow
South Carolina. That was the object of
his visit and argument.
"If you will do your part," said he to
Davis," "South Carolina will be left alone
to strut about for a time and air her
arrogance." Davis seemed to feel the
weight of Judge Black's plea, and was
evidently much impressed, but said that
it was no use. The current was too
strong and could not be stayed. Black
replied:
"Stand out upon the bank and make
the effort. It is better to be drowned
in the overflow than swept on with the
madness of the stream and iinally;
drowned in the gulf of secession and!
ruin when one effort wight have saved!
all." Both Davis and Thompson re-1
plied:
"It is too late.'t
Tims ended Black's effort to induce
Jetl Davis to leave the path in which he
had made up his mind to travel.
Deserving articles are always appreci. ;
ated. The exceptional cleanliness of |
Parker's Hair Balsam makes it popular |
Grav hairs are impossible with its oc- j
casional use. I
Short-Lived Political BepuUtion la This
Count 17.
Among the thousands who figured in
their day a3 Senators aud Kepresenta-]
tives in Congress, the names of but few
are familiar to the preseiit generation. |
Clay, Webster anil Cal'.ioun made an
impress on the history of their country I
which, perhaps, will never be forgotten. |
The class of statesmen standing next to
tnem in ability has even now almost
faded out of ihe public mind. Johu ;
Korsvth, of Georgia, was one of the most'
accomplished off hand debaters that
ever appeared in the United States Sen
ate ; yet how few of the forty-five mil
lions of people now dwelling in this!
land of ours know that such a man ever
lived. William C. Preston, of South J
Carolina, was an orator of great power. |
and a Senator who reflected honor on
that State. Atter his death how soon
was he 'orgotten! Webster's reply to
Robert Y. Hayne is likely to keep his
(Havne's) memory fresh in trie mind of
the reader; otherwise he would have
been lost to the recollection of posterity;
yet he was one of the brilliant men of
his day. William T. Barry, of Ken
tucky, was one of the most eloquent of
men, and played a conspicuous part in
the politics of his State. It is safe to
say that a large majority of the present
voters are not apprised of the fact.
Ffiix Gruudv, of Tennessee, was noted
for his eloquence at the bar and in the
nails of Congress. Itiso^lythe politi
cal student or the survivors of the era
in which he cut his most prominent
rtgnre w ho know anything about him.
Maryland kept Gen. Sam. Smith in Con
gress thirty-nine yeaite, and we venture
to say Ihtt thousands of the politicians
of the present day never heard of him.
The same may be said of Nathaniel
Macon, of North Carolina, who repre
sented that State iu Congress thitty
seven years.
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„ .TRnVKSA H R. U PRINCESS LOCI8F. FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT. THE RIG HI
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£ntemberai t. Handsoaia and «p»ei >u*« aildia.H, beiutl.uliys iualed la • mosi healtny locaU
u mb^ut four honn by rail from Niagara Fall*, mi*on onepilnclMl through rouh*b»
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?" . ucii.^ua. iSOO Bflr annum. A reduction of one halt for the daughters of clergymen.
pAT'^ uiLi'7^ fan plrttcuUrt aXd** MBS CLINTON, Lady Principal HeUmnth l-adlca
Coltof*. Lowlou. Ontario, Canada. agOarv
lGUITEAU'8 crime defin
ed.
Au Intliauian Who Hold* Him
Guilty of High Treason.
IndianapolU Sentinel.
A person attempting to kill a man
who is President of the United States,
according to the Constitution of the
United States, is not guilty of high trea
son; bnt a person assaultinga man with
intent to kill because he is President of
tbe United States is considered a crimi
nal guilty of high treason, even though
it is cot expressly declared in the Con
stitution of tbe United States.
For high treason, according: to its na
ture and common acceptation, is an at
tack directly against legitimate execu
tive authority, threatening its very ex
istence and attacking the fundamental
organization of the Government. Ac
cording to the Constitution of tbe Unit
ed States,executive power of the United
States is vested in tbe person legitimate
ly chosen as its President; therefore, an
assault with intent to kill the President,
because he is President, is an attack on
the executive power of th« Government
of the United States itself, threatening
ita fundamental organization, and con
sequently an act of hign treason under
the penalty of high treason, and punish
able as such.
The circumstance that such an act is
not explicitly mentioned in the Consti
tution of the United States does not
disprove whst we have said;because an
act which by its very nature belongs to
a certain crime is impliedly condemned
by tbe class of crime to which it be
longs. Consequently Guiteau declar
ing that he made tbe assault on Gar
field for no other reason than that he
was President of the United States, is
guilty of high treason and subject to its
penalty.
Besides, the Government of the
United States has a right to punish the
attempt made by Guiteau with capital
punishment on the ground of stlt-de
tens", in order to prevent in the most
efficacious way the repetition of such a
crime in future by another would-be
assassin. Such public foes have to be
deterred bv the severest punishment in
flicted in the most terrible way.
Uncle Bufua Hatcb on Monopoly.
N. Y: Sun.
Here Uncle Rufua placed his feet on
the round of his chair and began to fan
himself. "We would have one grand
boarding house," he continued, "one
saw null and one shooting gailery. And
there would be a hage hair pin factory,
and one tremendous shop for the manu
facture of mowing machines. One im
porter could supply the country with
♦sausage casings and curled hair. We
would have one iron foundry and one
homeopathic medicine factory; one
banking house and one boot blacking
establishment; one landscape architect
and one junk dealer; one kerosene mill,
one whisky rectifier, and one flavoring
extract establishment. My, my, what a
blessing it would be!"
Uncle Rufns dropped his feet from
the round of his chair and eagerly bent
forward. "Only think how nappy we
should be," said he "We would have
but one electric light companv and only
one razor strop establishment; one great
college and one immense Chinese laun
dry; one museum of art and one grand
peanut stand; one brewery, one beer
saloon, and one manufacturer of wood
en toothoicks. The more you look at it
the happies you become. Only think
of having only one President, one Sena
tor, one member of Congress, one can
didate and one vote. It's enough to
make a man dance with delight to tldnk
that there would be only one court, one
judge, one lawyer, one detective and
one jail. We could have one soldier,one
sailor, one custom house and one stock
broker. This would astonish the French.
There would be bat one farm, one pota
to patch and one onion field. This
would dumbfound the Irish. Then we
should have one editor, one reporter,
one newspaper aud one lunatic asylum.
Oh, it would be tremendously glorious,
if uot gloriously tremendous!"
Here Uncle Kufus again hitched the
heels of his Oxford ties on the round of
his chair and fanned himself vigorously.
"There would be but one orthodox
preacher," he continued, "his sermon
would be telephoned by one telephone
to every church in the country. Every
thing would be done by clockwork, and
every n.an and woman would be sure
to hear a good sermon. We could boil
the Mutual, the Automatic and Rapid
Transit telegraph lines down with the
Western Union, and make everybody
supremely happy. Then we might have
one hand organ, one hay cutter, one
jewsharp, one pedestrian and one negro
minstrel. My, but it would be wonder
fully pleasing, if not pleasingly wonder
ful!''
A Visit to Henrv Clay'# Tomb.
From the Macon Telegraph.
Here we visited Ashland farm, the
home of the "Great Harry of the West."
All of that once magnificent farm (ex
cept a portiou owned by James Clay,
aud on which he now resides) was
bought by the State of Kentucky. A
portion has been set apart for an
agricultural and mechanical school. The
old n sidence, on account of itedilapidat
ed condition, has been rebuilt by one
of his sons on the same model. A good
many ot the trees planted by tha hands
of Mr. and Mrs. Clay as ornaments to
the grounds have been cut down ami
carried away. He is buried on one of
the most elevated spots in the Isling
ton cemetry. The State of Kentucky
has erected over bis remains a very im
posing monument of granite and marble,
cut from its own quarries. In the base
ment of the monument, through a glass
door, is seen his tomb, on which is in
scribed one of thoee eloquent sentences,
taken from one of his speeches iu Con
gress, in which he calls on God to bear
him witness to the purity of his motives
and the absence ot any desire for self
ag*randix-»ment that prompted his
advocacy of the pending measure be
fore Congress.
A New York lady, in some reminis
cences of the customs in the earlv part
of this century, relates how it was ens
tomary in the rural districts for a hus
band to chastise his wife as ranch as he
did the children. The law made it his
privilege, and the Bible, as interpreted,
made it hi9 duty.
FOB THE LADIES.
Hanging pock eta are popular.
The Jersey glove is the latest novelty.
Pearl belt buckles are restored to
favor.
Bonnets continue to be infinitely
varied.
New silk fans are cut to resemble
feathers.
Squaro kerchiefs have replaced fichus
for house toileta.
Stylish bracelets are the uiereat cord
of gold or silver.
Moll scarfs with embroidered spots
are worn as mantels.
Suits of striped domestic chdviot are
liked for morning wear.
For shade hats the wide rough straws
remain the only choice..
Twilled silk surahs, at $1 a yard, are
used for mid-summer dresses.
Pompeiian red cashmeres are already
imported for autumn dresses.
When two persons fall in love, the
only way to get out is to fall out.
Tke absence of all jewelry is now
more elegant than a profusion of it
Watered silks are used for trimming
Frehch costumes of cashmere.
New table linen for cloths and nap
kins are of momie cloth with heavy
fringe.
What a row there must be in Utah
during the summer excursion season.
Mormons who are going on & summer
trip invariably only take one wife with
them.
A graceful hat. known as the phaeton
is a coquettish modification of the
"poke."
Brocaded velvets and brocatelles are
ordered by merchants for the next
season.
Many a girl who calls her beau "dear
John" doesn't know bow cheap John
really is.
Apropos of skirts, they are becoming
much fuller, sn as to give more ease in
walking.
A Boston paper recommends onions
to a young woman to prevent a mus
tache coming on her upper lip.
"Obligation is a ponderous roll of can
vas which love spreads aloft into a tent
wherein he delights to dwell."
It does not follow that a young lady
is a fine performer on the piano because
she plays in a beautiful manor.
Wicked for Clergymen.
Rev. , Washington, D. C., writes:
I believe it to be all wrong and even
wicked for clergymen or other public
men to he led into giving testimonials
to quack doctors or vile stuffs called
medicines, when a really meritorious ar
ticle made of valuable remedies known
to all, that all physicians use and trust
in daily, we should freely commend it.
I therefore cheerfully anil heartily com
mend Hop Bitters for the good they
have done me and my friends, firmly
believing they have no equal for family
use. I will not be without them."—
Ant York liaptiit Weekly.
A Pitiable Wreck.
Philadelphia Times.
The Virginia political canvass says:
"The Republican party is now a pitiable
wreck, rent in fragments by Repudiation
and the promises of spoils, and the epi
taph of Virginia Republicanism will be:
'Died of Mahone, Repudiation and Dis
honor.' "
Forty Year s Experience of an Old
fturse.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
the prescription of one of the best
female physicians und nurses in the
United States, and has been used for
forty years with never failing success
bySillionsof mothers for their chil
dren. It relieves their child from pain,
cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping
in the bowels ami windcolic. By giv
ing health to the child it rests the moth
er. Price 25 ceuts a bottle.
A Card.
To all wiio are sufiering from the er
ror and indiscretions of youth, nervous
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and preveut Chi IN
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Complaint', Re ties*
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ed if you will take Simmons' Liver Regulator.
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uig from the imperftcUy digested contents
causcs a severe pain in the head, accompanied
with disagreeable nausea, and this constitute.'
what !s popularly.known as Sick Headache.
CAUTION—Buy no Powder* or Prepared
Simmons' Liver Regulator unless in our en
graved wrapper with trade mark, stamp an<
signature unbroken. None other is genuine.
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Price 11.00. Sold by all Druggists, jylleodef
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A healthful, genial climate; an excenliugl;
prodtfrtiTp Mijt. where, with common industr;
and prudence, a sure and certain competeno
can be had. 1 he
South-Western Immigration Co
Will mail, on application, tree of co*t, po^tar
pre-paid. books with mat»,rivingauhtenticaui
reliable information, in detail, of the State o
Texas, Arkans-i*. or Western I/ouisiuna. W
de*lre to confer with thee wishing to bette
their condition and arc luuditating a change t
a new country. Address
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J. N. VICTOR, Hasten Manager.
it! Broadway, New Yort
Foreign Office—Wm. 31. Lang, President
I.eadecnall House. Leaden hall St., London, I
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HIQ-Q-IITS
PHOTOGRAPHEF
44 TWELFTH STREET.
may€
NKW ADVIftTIOlMKNTS.
Furniture and Carpets!
OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHADES,
MATTRESSES, Ac.
LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST PRICES.
■CCCXMOB TO
ZIflK * MOHBHXAO,
tebl 1117 Main Street
HAHIJiTON, HcGRAKAHAN & HA1THEVS
Bricklayers, Brickm&kers and
Builders.
Estimates made on application. Blast Furnace,
Boiling Mil), Glaai House and Pottery Work
made a specialty. Bed Brick always on hand.
All work guaranteed. Office No. 1412 Market
street. Office Telephone C 81; Yard Telephone
Cfl. apt
PALACE REFRIGERATORS!
WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZERS, ICE
Cherti and Water Cooler*, the beet goodi
and lowest price* at
Wesbitt Ac Bro's.
ju30 1812 MARKET STREET.
WM. HARE & SON,
PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
NO. U TWELFTH STREET,
WA11 work done promptly at moat reason
able prl<*»- )a4
PRICE XjIST.
Cabinet* 9 3 00 per do*.
Card Photos 1 00 per dor.
Mlnette Photographs - 60 per do*.
PLUM WE ITS GALLERY,
Ju7 1138 MAIN aTREET.
Harper's, Scribner's, Atlantic,
AppleiON's, Leslie's poular, Les
lies LADIES, OODY'S PETKKSON'S,
N. Y. Fashion Bazaar, Butu-rick's Delineator,
Ladt's Fashion Bazar, Popular Science Monthly,
St. Nicholas, Agriculturist and many other
monthslios tor J uly, for sale at
O. SC. QUIMBY'B,
Book and Periodical Store,
Ju25 Hl< Market Street
NOTICE.
A'
I- PERSON8 INDEBTED TO P.W. BOSLEY
are hereby
NOTIFIED TO CALL
at the office of c*-Sheriff Tingle, No. 1210 Chap
line street, and settle their account*, as
SUIT WILL BE BROUGHT
on all bills remaining In my handsafter August
1st, 1881.
J AS. Y. PATTERSON,
jyili Assignee.
Drs. Surgison & Son,
1>E?STISTS,
NO. 1143 MARKET STREET,
WHEELING, WEST VA.
All Operations Warranted. jy27c
LEGAL NOTICE.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
State of West Vtrglnia, county of Ohio, City of
Wheeling, in the Municipal Court of Wheel
Wheeliug. July Rules, 1881.
The Citizens' Fire, Marine and Life Insurance
Company,
AGAINST
Caroline Shriver, Marion Shriver, James
Shriver, William Shriver, Hampden Z. Shriver,
trusteeof W. W. Shriver, Hampden Z. Miriver,
executor of the will of W. W. Shriver, deceas
ed, and Hampden Z. Shriver trustee of the
Citizens' Fire, Marine and Life insurance
Company,
IN CHANCKEY.
The object of this suit is to have partition
made of lot numbered one hundred and soventy
six (ITU), and the west half of lot numbered ono
hundred and seventy five (175). Lot numbered
176 is situated in the Uty of Wheeling on the
north fide of Zane street, at the corner of said
Ziue and Fifth streets, and the west half of lot
numbered 175 Immediately adjoins said lot
numbered 176.
Ami It appearing by an affidavit flled that the
defendant, William Shriver, is not a resident of
the State ol West Virginia, it is now ordered that
the said lion resident defendant, William Shriv
er. do api-esr at the next Rule Day. on the 8th
day of AugUKt, 18S1, or either of the two follow
ing diys, and do whut is necessary to protect
your interest in this suit.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto signed
my name as Clerk of said Court this ISih day of
July, A. D. 1881, at July Rules, in the ( leak's
office of said court.
Teste: THOMAS M. DARRAH,
clerk of the Municipal Court of Wheeling.
Dan:bi. Lamb and W*. H. Hkarnb,
S ttorneys for Plaintiff. lyftoawt
*ep
Mv Annual Catalogueo( Vegeuoie auu r iowor
Seed for 1XS1, riih in engravings from photo
graphs of the original!), will be aent KRKr. to all
who apply. My old customers uee<l not write
for it. I offer one of the largest collection* of
vegetable wl ever sent out by any seed house
in America, a large portion of which were grown
oil my six need farms. Full directum* for cultiw
tu>u on each package. All seed warranted to be
both fresh and true tn name; so far, that should i
prove otherwise, I will refUl the order gratu. The
original introducer of the Hubbard 8qiiaah,
Phinney's Melon, Marbelhead Cabbagos, Mixi
can Com,and scores of other vegetable*. I invite
the patronage of all who are amiou* to have their
teed d reel from the grower Jrtth. true, and of the
vert/ but nfratn.
New VegetaMea a Rpccialty.
JAMES J. H. GREGORY, Marblphead. Maa
A Splendid Opportunity
To win a fortune. Eighth Grand Distrlbu tlon.
Claw I, at New Orleans. iue*<1ay, S JlPT. 13th,
1881—136th Monthly Drawing.
Louisiana State Lottery Compaay.
Incorporated lu 18frt for 25 years by the Legls
latnre ;or Educational and Charitsble purposes
—with a capital of $1,000,000—to which a re>«rve
fuud of over $420,000 has sinco been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote ita fran
chise was made a part of the prescnt State Con
stitution adopted December 2, A. D. 1879.
Ita Uratid single Number Drawings will take
place monthly. It never scales or postpones.
Look at the following Distribution;
Capital Prize, 930,000.
lOO.ico Ticket* at Two Dollar* each.
Ball Tickets $1.00.
lot or nuiss,
1 Capital Prise. $30,00(
1 Capital Prize. - 10,00(
1 Capital Prise- , 8,00<
2 Pruaof$,2,500....~~....^. 5,00<
5 Prisea of 1,000 .. 5,C0<
500. 10,CM
loo— io, oa
AmoxntATio* PRUIS.
9 Approximation Pnaea of $800..
» 200 1,801
" « •' 100 w
I8f,7 Krisea. amounting to $110,401
Responsible corresponding agents wanted a
all pointa, to whom a liberal compensation wll
be paid.
For further Information, write, clearly, givinj
full address. Send orders by express ot
Registered Letter, o4 Honey Order by mail
Addressed only to
M. A. DAFPHT,
New Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN, at No. 112 Broadway, Nei
York.
All oar Grand Extraordinary Drawings are on
derthe supervision and management ofGenetsJi
0. T. Beauregard and Jnbal A. Early.
NOTOE TO THE Pt'BUC.
The public are hereby cautioned against s^iid
ing any Money or Order* to Nr*E* 1 Co, K
Nassau sweat, New York < ity, as an'honaed b;
tha Louisiana Stale I»(tery < ompauy to sell it
Ticket*. They are flooding the counirr witl
Bogus Circulars purporting to be of the Loulsl
ana State Lottery Company, and are fraudu
leutly representing tbemaeives as ita agents
They have no authority from this Company b
sell its Tickets and are not iu agents for an;
purpose. M. a. DAfPBIN.
Proa. Louisiana State Lottery Co
Nrw Orlxass, La., Jnly 4,1881. agl
RAWLEY SPINGS!
NEAR HARftldOHBUIlG. VA,
SOOO feet above Ode-water. Capacity, thre
large hotels, with aooommodations for 70
eest*. Appointments Ant class. Open June lsl
SO per day: 115 per week: $4S tofM per ■OBtl
For further parttcalara sildisss O. A. Brmat
Treaa., Harrisonburg, Va.
FOR SALI.
The Gray Farm for Sale
SON813TISG OF 99 ACRES, SITUATED
in Ohio county, aboat three and a half
m from Honey's Point Cad Trtedelphia.
PRICE $8,000.
Part aaah. Inquire of J. Chamben Hervey, or
Jamee L. Hawley, Wheeling, W. via. mrtl
Public Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of the authority vest
ed In me by a decree oi the Circuit Court
of Ohio eoanty, entered on the iSth day of A pril,
A. D. 1881, In the salt in chancery of Ralph
Manh et a! to. William Jackson at alt, I will, on
TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1U1,
At 10 o'clock a. m , on the premises, iell at
public aaction the real estate described ai fol
o*», to-wit: The couth one half of lot number
ed fyur. on the eaat tide of alley H. east of Coal
street, in that part of the City Wheeling known
as South Wheeling.
Terms or Sal*—Cash.
HHN'BY M. RUSSELL.
H pedal Commissioner.
J. C. HERVEY. Auctioneer. agloawt
TBIJSTEE'S SALE.
DY VIRTUE OF A .DEED OF TRCST
JD made by An.'rew H. Britt and Jar, a W.
Britt. his wife, to me as trustee, dated Januaty
1,1879, and recorded in the office of the Clerk of
the County Court of Ohio county, W. Va., In
deed of trust book No. 14, page 521,1 will sell at
the front door oi the Oonrx House of Ohio coun
ty, on
MONDAY. 8EPTBMBER 5, 1881.
Commencing at lOo'dock
t^rSSTS^J^Sio / tfSf
byFrancisIL Armstrong, trustee, and EmllyA.
Zine, ou the ilst day
:^ti^ui?s2ss?«s
^S^WSSiStSS^^
line; thence with tald
ti\ Whoolin* creek; thence down mu<1 creei; wii n
ftm^dwTs^E. 7 pole, and 11 ltau; Uience
lv . ni?a. 66V4" WM»i Poles U> the begin
ning stake, containing In aliono acre, three
snd eleven and tSo-tenthspo «rtheisarae
being a portion of what w»v formerlynailed Uio
i'ottafarm, lyinf easiof WheelinghulMMiwl1th
in the c >rporate limits of the city of Wheeling,
W vt Butthere U reserved and excepted from
the property above described the 'nf;
Klnt wrnuch thereof a* was oonvevedby wid
A S. Todd and wife to the Hempfleld Railroad
company by deed recorded in book 89, page Si.
Second that portion which ha* been laid out a*
lot" No. 4 on Eleventh street, and conveyed by
a H Britt to O. Bchwanenberg on /TthJanu
uV ISO Third, the went half of lot No. j^and
thl'cttii half of lot No. a, as laid out on a private
■ . _i nAroel ■ releases of the second and
Third parrels herein excepted
rro^ty^be^ld uV.'th'the ewptloi. not
I" b« «r*v1 but I *l'l convey
.. f=;
Bentf«liinxwd\weWe(monlth.0. K bearin.
Et^t to be given lor deferred pay menu, and
title retained until Trastec-.
W H. 1IALLKP-. Auctioneer, ?£i_
PUBLIC SALE!
—or THE—
Fair Grounds on Wheeling Island.
in nursuanre of a resolution adopted by the
of Wheeling on the 9th day of July. MM. the
underslgn«» will, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 18S1,
commencing at 10 o'clock A. *.. at the frontdoor
r»f the Court House of Ohio county. West Mr
2;ni« „KW*«1 to sell at public auction, to the
!lgh«t and boat bidder, &e r«lim»ito "dI ao
•>«; a/»ro« mud u one of the most desirable bodies
location, boundaries and QUUitlt* of land
oE'to Hid AgricuUurM^i^y>carin^Ute
deed book'iNo.Vj*«o« ^L°J jj- J jj tdSi
SJ8& &' ^VgKtd^eCT
K^'in^ro'tSurinsU^'"^ 2 "« $
twelv? months respectively from day of wl<
with Interest at 6 per cent, the purchaser to ujje
^oS^'for the iSerr^
k!L« nliri in full But the purchaser inay pay
SStfS&'s^sssa
thereof aa he may elect so to P«y
The title to this property U belie^dtg be gcr
Agent for Stockholder*.
y CHRISTMAS'. Auctioneer,
Sale of Ohio County Real Estate.
_ -vnfc.R tHK Al'THOKlTY of a decbee
TJoftL circuit court of Ohio conmyenter
4rf «>ll at public an lion, at the
JSS?JS?«r«lle cLurt ifouie of the said coun
tv on
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. UM.
SfSSffStoUh- and which ^a» conveyed
X the sal<l William Dunlap, deceased, bv Martin
w nun bv a deed dated on the 2Sth day of June,
Them* N fir"llMivftolbe1'AtKTr W«t
LIUrty and West Alexander road; then.* with
h!u .vntre of said road to the line of John «.ur
?« thence N 1' 20' K. 24'JI chains to a Mienr
wnfer to Jam.>s I>lxon: thence wlih his
r v ^ Aa* v 22 17 chains to a stone, corner
:e.Tm ch^nstrhe
'"fZZT^ ^Wne,^ ^feT-la^
inT^.vT^
month* reapoctlvely awr^u ^ „f trust
terest from that d»j, jeunw or .c™
upon the property. WM. ^«}bBBAR,)'
HENRY M, RU8SEI.U
1(M Special CommlssloneiK.
\V M H HALLEB. Anctloam.
Public Sale of Valuable Real Estate
TSSaS
B^&UAy"ai!gV6T 24. 1881
anan°and 1 Jndsay^arrnv ^nulnln'g about iO
»Jt?Tvoiin2 orchard of apple and other fruits.
hM„ J2 Lrii well timbered, and soli not to be
well watered^ well unioerru.
E^e. S ttd BUU. This farm ..
Susceptible of division, and will b« divlde<l to
•»" !",®.Wora .....
itin'rlorkp M., on the premisca. the w«ll
known Walker farm, containing 3" ^res. two
mile* from tha Ohio river and P.. W. A K.y. IV
d s miles from the county seat, and 4 m lea
Rpthanv, The land Is of the b»t 'iuallty.
FH£"Srri'?£^^"'"r
^d e^- orchards of all v.rleUea of
^Ksalon. of the lands will be given at time
° Term* made known at sale, which will bo
%l»hlng to view the above lands or
mile further inuuirit*, can do toby apj»litnR
w or addressing either of
Weilsburg, W Va,
J. G. HANNA,
Independence. Pa.
Executors of the eatate of Thom»
Jeeeased.
BEMOVAL.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, A PHIL 4TH.I
will be found Id "7 new ud eomniodi
ou» quarter*,
No. Main Streof,
With a larye and frwh ttnek of Plumbing <.<**1*,
oomprUln* all the lateatdwpu In Oa» rixtnrt*.
Ac.,and would re«pertfolljr tente mj friend* and
the public generally to oal! and «* tne. Tele
phone Ko A 9lT Q9CA1 SKKLKY
5 £'\ t >-u( m;Mi criyr to * nun,
// V rBiwaiOftw »• a •
1 km4 mIiKim ml wh. Iiidim W 1 .'r »
[ ,if. T i| ii im. u kr*»
l » • * r *
lOUttrrMad? *<»:«•
jstt vsrx
ayg
<x
transportation.
BALTIMORE 4 OHIO R.R. CO.
On ud After Mi; U 1881, Paaaeagtr Tndns
will fU° u follow*—Wheeling tiiae:
mibowb mm
•Daily except Sunday.
No. 7 ud 43 (top at all (tattoo*.
WrnOVKD TEAim.
ivA *| Ko. 2| No. ftiNOi 10
50,6 Dally (Dally'Dally.
Wheeling _
PflltlM __
1UUTI AT
Zinerrtlle
Newark
Columbui _
8 induiky ...... _
tnaianapolU
St Louti ..
Chicago.
Sanaa* City..
•Dally except Sundav.
>. M.l A.. M
I 5f> 9:061
4:66 10:lOj
' r. m
8:10, 1:00
S.-00
IK

7:00;
11KK
A. U.
7M
6:0u
9.St
*i:W|
P. «.
11:19
ftlOl 11:60
4:61
sa
A. V.
• »
r.
12:34
7:5ft(
A. U.
8:00
l:lol
3:17
4:36
6:10
11:10
a. a.
10*0
r. *•
13:66
3:00
8 30
9:40
B. A O. Palace, Drawing Room and sleeping
Can on all night train*.
Cloee connection! are made for all point*
South and Southwest, North and Northweat.
making thl* a dealrable route for oolonlata and
person* moving to the (Treat Weat, and to whom
particular attention 1* given.
WHKKLINO, PITTSBURGH AND BALTDfOU
DIVISION.
Leave Wheeling ...6:23 a. a. 1:40 and 5:10 r. II
No train* ran on thl* dirUiou on Sunday.
Ticket* to ail principal polct* on aaie at depot
Office open at all hour* during the day.
Information to the traveling public cheerfully
given. W. M. CLKMENTS, U. of T.
K. T. DEVKKU8. Oeaeral Agent Wheeling,
in ay26
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis
RAILWAY—PAN-HANDLK ROOTS.
Time table for Ka*t and Won, July 31, 1881.
Train* leave Pau-Handle Depot, loot of Eleventh
itreet, near public landing, dally, exoept Bun
day, u folio w«:
80IH0 IA IT.
3
Wheeling Time.
A
V
Ml
H O
•O «
LEAVE.
Wheel lni
Welliburj. ......
ARRIVE.
Steubenrllle...
Plttaburgh...»
Harrlsbuif _..
Baltimore.......
Waahlugton
Philadelphia..
New York.
Poeton -
7:27!
8:00
10:00
1:07
1:41
2:lf>
3:40
A. II
1:40
5:15
7:65
r. m
4 :'2U
4:52
6:2fc
9:07
9:31
6:0Pl 9:53
:»!
A.M. |
S:&6
7:40]
1:02
7:»
10:SS
r. m.
8:16
r. m.
5:62
7:23
8:10
■I
Q
a
ft
lS
lB
I.I AVE.
WheeU»R.. ..
arrive.
Steubeuville.
A. M. r. M.
9:07, 4:62
Cadiz
Dennlaon
Newark
Columbus....,
lea vs.
Colurabuf....
ARRIVE.
Dayt«n
Cincinnati...
Indiana pell*.....
St. Louia..
Chicago....
'I
•:»
if. M.
12:10
12:10
2:0B
8.-21)
• :0ft
7:35
8:0ft
1:0H
2:30
3:40 2:44
6:30
8:00
11:00
7:S0
7:*)
8:0f>
«:66
r. u.
12:85
K:I5
S:00
i. ■
6:62
8:60
r. n r. ■.
l:07i 6:52
2:15
8:10
10 V)
11:10
p. u
12:26
8:15
N:(W{
2:l»
3:00
Train* leaving Columbu* at 3:40 r. M and C:3A
a. m. run daily. Through Chicago Ksimna.
Icavw* Columbu* daily except Sunday, at e:00 r.
M.,wt:h sleeping car aattached.arriving in China
goat 7:30 next morning. Bertha can be nerurcd
In advance at Uniou Depot ticket ofllce, Colum
bua.
Pullm»n'i drawing room aleeplng car* throusk
without change from Steubenvllle Ka*t to 1'hlla
delphla ai.d New York, and Weat to Columkna,
Cincinnati, Louisville, Indiana poll* and St.
Lou la.
For through ticket*, baggage checka, deeping
car accommodation*, ana any further informa
tion apply to Joneph M. Belleville, Ticket Agent
at Pan-Handle Depot, f«ot of Eleventh ttreei, or
at City Ticket Ofllce, under McLurw House
Wheeling.
Sunday Kxnrewt leave* Wheeling *IH 52 a. m. ;
arrive* WelUburg 9 'J6 a m., Steubenvllle 9:Y< a.
M., making clone connection for Wentem |>olnt>,
D. W. Caldwell, General Manager. Coiumbua
O.; K. A. Kurd, General Paa*enger and Ticket
Agent, Pittsburgh, Pa. my23
CLEVELAND ftJPITTSBURG R. R
(-oiuleiined Time Card.
GOING I AST AND WBT,
On and after Nov. 7, 18ft), all tralna will ma
tally (excr>t Sunday), aa follow*:
> Through tralna to Pittsburgh.
2 Through tralna to Cleveland.
2 Through tralna to Chicago.
Pullman'* Parlor Can between WeUrvtlia and
Cleveland
Hotel and Sleeping Can on all tralna between
Alliance and Chicago.
Accom.
Mail.
Bella Ire
Bridgeport
dteubenvlKe...
Wellavlllc
Koch cater
ARRIVE.
Plttaburgh
Altoona |..
Barrl*biirg_ '...
Baltimore !...
Waahlngiou
Philadelphia
New York — !..
Ronton.......... I..
5:55 A M
6:05 "
7:04 "
8:10 "
9:15 "
10:50 a m
III:00 "
111:57 "
I 1:» f. M
i 2:28 "
...10:20
Kipr
1:V
2:06
8:01
6:60
(:40
8:28 " ! 7:40
8:45 " ,12:30
12 56 A.M: 4:1*
7:80
9:02
4:13 A.M
•'
4:40 >.M
7:ft)
9:02
7:40
10.36
• 10
TO CLEVELAND
Onlv S Hour* and 26 Mlnnteal
Belial re
Bridgeport...
SteauenvlUe,
Alliance
Ravenna.
Hudson
Cleveland...
TO CHICAGO-Oniy 18 Ilonn
LEAVE."
Aooum. | £xprea».
t:66 a.m 1 (6f. »
6 06
7:04 "
1:30 r ■
6:40 "
, 12:08 A.M
6:00 "
2M
1:01 "
8:4* "
6:» "
•:* "
2:40 A.M
8:00 "
Bellalre ...
Bridgeport
Steubenvllle...—
Yellow <*ecE.,
Alliance —
Mansfield
Port Wayne. ..
Chin go
Bteubenvllle a^ommodatlon leave* Belialn at
4:45 f. M., Bridgeport at 6:00, and arrive* at Steu
ben vilie at 6:06 r. a.
Leave* r>ieubenvllle at 7:60A. Bridgeport
at 8:62 A. M.; arrive at Bellaire at 9:06 a. ft.
Ticket* and >*u«age cbecka to all prlnefoal
point* in the Ea*t and Weal can be procured at
the ticket o&i* In Bridgeport. B. A. FORD,
nol7 General Paseenger A Ticket Agent.
Bellaire and Southwestern R. R.
COKDKN8KD TIM* TABLX.
O'
n and after march si. mo. traimi
_ 1 will irrlre and depart aa billowa, Mialn
0b,#: . - . „ .
Wntixmnd- Wo. 1. Mo. I.
Leave.—Belial r« — « » a. *. I.JO r. ■
Jacobabnrg 7:40 " 4:33 „
Al—UUMCa. «:M " 4:60 „
Beftltortile Ortt " 0:41 „
Arrtve-WoodrielO 11:» •• tM "
tfuCxm%A. Mo, L Mo. I
Left**-—Woodafleki 3-OOr. m. •:00 a.m.
BcftUsrllla 0:35 '• 7:00 '•
ArmrtwoTt. 4;10 - IJI -
Jarobaburj 6:14 " 0:10 M
Arrive—Bell aire 0:30 " 10:10 M
Trains make connection with B. AO. utfC. A
P. railroads. All Bains no dallr. Bnodftyu*
orated. 8. L. MOOMZT, tmtdmt
bWO. HKMRY. Oen'l,
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0:30 •• *Jj 5 0:40 - ,2 ^
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. un aij it uj> r. b., ■■
^<£TMarrd, OmBoUotIm
L0.&.L will be dteouMteaal
job. nm, save
Bank of the Ohio Valley
CAPITAL • • • • tl7S,00<»
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CAPITAL . - - - MIM»
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Dam A eHUAL BAKXIMO BCBHH
DOWTOU:
MUBlBUT, K. W. HaxUR,
A-Ttdoc, J. B- MoOotrwwir,
AmiUm* IW.Oj.uiit,
Joan WtfiB, cba*. w. Waomwmxm,
JAMB KAXWBLU
JOHfl WAOMKK. CkaMr »«M*
T. J. HU6U8,
▲ttorney>At"Ii«Wi
■flrts BO. n TWELFTH ItlgT
O. Itnti, T. A rniLIT
EWIN6 4 RILEY,
Attorn«7* At ZiATC.
1140 Maim Brmnr.
(ap Mln), »«xt door to Exchange Haak,
4rr>i WHEKUNO, W. ▼ k
DENIS O'KEEFFE
▲ttorn«T mt X*»w,
50. 1113 Cm a rum 8rxxrt.
one WHKLIKU. W. TA.
W. H. HEARNE,
Attorney mt Ijaw,
Offlos with Dtnial lAIBb,
1UI Minn trnMMT, (ornca vr
aOftfc
BUIST'S
GARDEN SEEDS
ar» w nrrnnIr«i. In-ltur ewltirttrly <*ir o»n
ffiSL.?,?1.16 \VAiftf£T.r.r%!Mrc?,kr
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BUIPT'S CAROKN MANUAL for IMI
(1W r«VM of »—f»t inform*•/•<•«>, mail*.! for V otaiiiffc
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Mint Itmt. Jr . a««4 >r»w. rtlla^lpiu. r».
Dr. A. S. Todd's Liver Pil!.
8AVE DOCTOR BILLS
Great Liver Remedy
-k»o
Blood ruriller.
Liver Complaint,
Hick, Nwron* or Pyipwllr Hradarbt, Indian
lion, Pcrarand A tup, UllWmantaa. Blliutla Ki>vt>r,
Water Uraah, lluartburu, Hick Mtumach, Dy*|*p
si*, Jauudloo.
Vertigo, Neuralgia, Coatlvnaes,
Palpitation of the Hoart, fomalo Wi«kti«aaand
lm«ulaiillM. all Hkln Dlaeaai-a, Worm*, i-U
ImpmvNi illacatloii and aaalala nature to throw
L>fTnil Impurltlm from taaaratem. It la auprrloi
to all known rcnxxllua. Wiillo It li mnrrrfii
llro than anjr other mrdtdn*. It la mild and
perfectly aafe, containing noUilna thai ran In
jnrt» In the allichl«at do*ri<e. It build* up thrt
kjralem, doea not *trkru, Rlvc twin, IN laava tba
•ytU'tn nonallpaU*!, a* other incdtrlix# do.
for Hcrufuloua AffecUoua, and all dlacaara ol
the LI Tor, Ntomadi and Blood, II baa no equal.
It u tha Ureal
IXome Medlcino.
RINK MILLION BOXU Of
Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills!
Rave bara aold In thla Rial*.
Kold h» all tieah r». _ Baal 1
WHEELING REGISTER
Dtlly, Trl-Weekly and Weely.
Lewis Baker & Co.,
PUBI^IISIlICItfef.
Am a xwyaptr in the bturt mom of the trrm,
Ifcl Rmirrt* hfti no rapeHnr In tbe Hut*, aud In
Ita Commercial Department It baa no equal. Il
Mcki lo dlaroaa Intelligently and candidly all
mfttUn of aperial Intereet to the people of Wee
Virginia, tad by thla mean* hw becotnc to b
aekaow lodged aa U>« leading State paper.
THE DAILY REGISTER
la pablkbed every morning. exorpt ftanday, and
laaent to city rubecrtberi at lb oaot per week.
By naU jo* paid,
One year KM
Ml ■WltlM 4 40
Tkm MOBtta — to*
THE TRI-WEEKLY REGISTER
la pabllahad trery Tneaday, Tboraday p
Saturday.
One year. »aetata »rtd— ~f 4 (4
Ms nontha, - M - • M
Tbree mootha " • IN
THE WEEKLY RESISTER
la yailiM every Tbantay Bontef.
It Is tlM Acknowledged Losdlng Fmu'It
Pipf of W«t Vkgbk.
Stasle copy one year, poet paM. —f 1 M
aobft of tva M " - " — 7 0S
CI a be of ten - - - " II u
Clnbe of twenty-Ire, one year, poet paid.. * oa
▲a extraoopy to the getter ap of artnb of
Mb oraoopy of the Daily lor a dab of tweaty
Ira.
M Prtetififl ud (took Btedlaf
la all that/ d ape if turn. carrlad oa by the pra
LEWIS BAKEB * CO.,
PUBL'TOEBB
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