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TKRXS. mnuknun, romr*mfmtai* DAILY, «ix «to*» to Um *li> * J5. DAILY,tbrMCWj* to th« *wk — * ® DAILY, two <Uy« to tbm wmtk. —— » g ^^fta^y&ggc-1" s4ft^ftwsafs«== * »ar «, ^ .p« to >«t jrrv* aoLicmp woi iviw pa®* ** rw* itckw)C!*di^« ooxnmrr. S^assswcsrsics Jmt »«. WML v NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Tfu date printed on the wrapper of tachpaper denote* the time when the tutb tcription expiree. •I t eailwab yw* The railroad news w#fcpread before oiur readers this morning » of a kind to gratify every readier who is interested in opcninc up and developing our State. Railroad operations in West \ lrgmia were never of so practical and active a < haracter a* they are tnis reason. Our people have reached the point * he luere railroad talk and agitation do not saiisfv. They arc voting their money and donating their lands in a spirit of liberality that insures the budding of example of the unanimity of pub lic sentiment in this directum is fur nished by the vote in this city on Satur day, when out of nearly three thousand voU onlv 143 are recorded against the subscription of **>,000 to the river road The report from NV ood count} in b* atoown in lb. vou tb«e; Wheeling. Parkerebnrg and Charleston road is an a*ured fcot. There is.nothing remain* to be done but put the wor of construction under up a force of laborers and build the road. \Vithla the next thirty day* ground will be broken, and by this time nex vear the extreme ends of the State wil "be united by a line of railroad havin, connections that will make the SUU an entrepot for nearly all the principal linee North, South and \N est. Not only in this section alone, but from other part* of the State the news * ttiualh" cheering. Monongalia voted, on Saturday, ou the proposition to sub scribe $150,UUO to the line projecteu through the counties of Monongalia, Marion and Harrison. Our advices are more flattering than we anticipated. The fight in that county has been mosl bitter. Not because the people are op posed to the road ; for the unanimity ol the vote in the eastern and central districts shows that they are willing and determined to have a roan and to help build|it; but the opposition comes from the districts remote from the proposed line, whose voters com plain that the taxation is unequal, inas much as they are nearer the line of the R A O. than they will be to this. Aud there is some ground for this objection. If the vote had been confined to the dis tricts adjacent to the route, there would have l«eu no doubt about iiassage. If the proposition » defeated, old Monongalia will not give it up, but the districts in fr vur uf the subscription will contri bute the money asked. There has been oo road prqfccted In the State that to moreVatlv needed than this and that the Mtate. On the30th Inst, thv (irafton district will vote on a subscription to the Graf ton and Greenbrier iailroad, aud there is every promise of a favorable result. The people of Taylor are thoroughly in earnest about this road, and will build it. As to the right of way, says the t; raft on Eagle: We learn from a letter received by a«n tlemau of tbis place, written by Major Brown, of Philippi, * commissioner to ob tain the right of wav. in the i-ourny of Barbour. for the Gralton and 0^0brier railroad that he lias secured the free right of way for the road from all the l«nJ o« ers on the route or routes, except from two non residents, aud they, he is m>ormed will give the rightof way, and from oo» resident who thinks he ought to hare a small amount for damages. This is encour aging and *honld stimulate the people ol «. rafton district to renewed efforts, to carry the election in favor of the subscription to the stock of the company, and thereby se cure the road. The good work is thus going forward in all sections of the State, and by th< end of the present year, our State will add considerably to her railroad mile age, and many projects now maturing will be ready for active work. This i* the most cheerful outlook the State ha.-* had in many years. WHAT IT XEAXN. The Ohio papers are already in a ■wrangle over the meaning to be given the last Republican platform, in its ref erence to the whisky question. We don't wonder. The interpretation of au Ohio temper ance platform Is like working out a problem in conic sections: you don't know when you have a correct result, and yon don't know what to do with the result when it Is correct. The deliverance which the Republi can convention made on this subject last week is as follows: KrutlrfJ, That the tax-paying people of the State demand that by special taxati on the traffic in intoxicating liquors shall be made to bear its share ot the public bur dens, and that the constitution, in so far as it may be an obstacle in the way of the exercise by the people through their rep resentatives ot practical control over the liquor traffic, to the end that the evils re sulting therefrom may be effectually pro vided against, should be amended at the earliest date allowed by law. If—contrary to the rule in such cases —this resolution is to be taken for what it expresses on its face, it is a declaration against a prohibitory liquor law and in fevor of license: that much, and noth ing more. The constitution of Ohio now prohib its the traffic In intoxicating liquors. The prohibition is there hot. The Su preme Court has lately given an inter pretation to the prohibitory clause that reudersits meaning unmistakable and its scope amply sufficient to close up the traffic, if that is the otyect which the Republicans are seeking. Why then did the Republican Con vention declare in favor of an amend ment to the constitution if they are in favor of a prohibitory law? Why do they declare that the coaptation as it stands is an obstacle in the way of tax ing the liquor traffic? There appears to be no room for wrangling over the meaning of the Re publican platform on this subject. It is simply, solely and palpably a declara tion against prohibition and in favor of a license law. That may be sensible, but at the same time it is not in har mony with the professions which the .Republicans of Ohio are making outside the convention. Be New York CcNicI of Appeals, in a case decided Tuesday but, declares that a man hoMtaf a 'limited'' railway ticket caa start at any intermediate point between the cities named on the cospon; but that then his journey must be continous. And if the ticket is ac cepted by a conductor on the last day ! on which the compauy declares that It i is "good," the traveler.can go through on the contract thus made, even if he ; does not reach the end of his trip until after the "limited" time has expired. Thk Hon. Wm. M. Evarts was re cently the guest of a friend at dinner, and was asked what part of the turkey he preferred. He replied that it was "quite inconsequential to one of his recognized abstemiousness and super sensitive stomachic nervation whether he be tendered an infinitesimal portion of the epaque nutriment of the nether extremities, the superior fraction of a pinion, or a ^snowy cleavage from the dardiac region." He got it. India, as well as Mexico and the northern European countries, reports an excellent outlook for wheat. Iudia sent abroad $35,000,000 worth of her wheat last year, and as a competitor of the United States she is not to be de spised. If the present indications in the' several wheat-growing sections of the world hold good until the harvest sea son, the cereal will be quoted at aston iahly low prices in the fall. It is a remarkable feature of the strike that both parties seem satisfied with the situation. The manufacturers say that it suits them, as it gives them an oppor tunity to repair and improve their shops, and to work off their accuhimu lated stock; while the strikers are using their leisure as though it were a well earned holiday, and appear to be free from misgivings as to the ultimate re sult. The liberality of the House of Repre sentatives in the matter of pensions is apparently inexhaustible. It is now proposed to increase the pensions of one-armed and one-legged veterans to forty dollar* a month, and though to do this will take a large sum out of the Treasury, it is more than likely that the suggestion will be adopted. The contest over the Republican nomination for Governor of Maine waxes hotter and hotter. Morethau two.thirds of the delegates have now been chosen, and it is plain that no man will have a majority of the whole convention pledged to his support. Kkank Htbd is reckoned as sure of the Democratic nomination for Con gress in the Toledo district. He doesn't hesitate to say that he will make the race a novel one by running squarely upon the issue of free trade and equal rights. The wheat crop is now safe, aud never before in the history of the United states has there been witnessed such a wealth of broad acru* of waving grain as now await the farmer's sickle. Sure ly we will have bread enough, and to sj>are, this season. Qtkkn Victoria, on the I'Oth hist., will have reigued forty-five years. She stands fourth in the list of English sov ereigns. Oeokme III. reigued sixty years; Henry III. fifty-six, aud Ed ward III. fifty. •ikxas is tonoia eleven normal insti tutes this summer, and the Legislature has appropriated $4,000 to cover ex penses. The cause of education in the Lone Star State is upward and progres sive. It Is over a month since the murder of Lord Cavendlsh, and the Dublin police are as much in the dark about it as ever. The unsolved mysteries of crime are multiplying at a fearful rate. The Western newspapers understand that Speaker Keifer is getting the ma jority of the House well in hand tffcthe passage of the Robeson Naval Appro priation bill. The Yorktown Centennial whisky bill amounted to exactly $7,460 70. The Prohibitionists can put this in their pipes. Tyler county is about to establish a >heep fair. That is a good indication of the importance of the sheep industry in that county. Sknatok Bkn Hill is so much bet ter that his son telegraphs to Atlanta they are coming home soon. Klerlni PraMnt. Halti»wr* Sun. Mr.*Wm. L. Wilson, a prominent lawyer of Charlestown, West Virginia, has been chosen president of the I'uiversity of West Virginia, at Morgan town. by the unanimous vote of the board of regents. The election was unsolicited, and the honor is worthily bestowed. Mr. Wilson is a native of the town in which he resides, and at the break ing out of the late war wu a student at the University of Virginia. He served creditably throughout the war in Ashby's i-avalry. brigade, and at its close entered Columbian College, Washington city, where he graduated, andafterwards became profes sor of lireekand Latin in that institution. Whilst thus employed he graduated in the law school, and then commenced the practice of his profession in Charles town, bis thorough culture, fine oratorical gifts and astuteness soon placing him in the front rank of practicing lawyer* in that section. Mr. Wilson was a delegate to the last l*emocratic National Convention, and was one of the Democratic electors at large for West Virginia on the Hancock ticket During the last few years Mr. Wilson has written a number of entertaining and in structive letters to the San. He is emi nently fitted by culture, tastes and habits of industry for the responsible duties of the poeition to which he has been chosen, and under his supervision, should he ac cept, the University of West Virginia will doubtless become a most prosperous insti tution of learning. South r»aagrlfaal« B. K. tireme 0>«nty Demxrat. Mr. Campbell, chief division engineer o' the railroad corps, who have been locating the new railroad through this connty re cently. left this place on Monday morning last, followed by his surveying corps on the following Tuesday, to survey another route from a point on the Monon gahela river near California Washington connty, up Pike run and to the north fork of Tenmile creek to the south fork of Wheeling creek tc Wheel ing, W. Va. With a view of determining as between the route already surveyed and located through our county, and the one now to be surveyed as to the shortest and least expensive line through from East to West. That the road will be built there is ao doubt, but whether it will be coo •tmeted through our county is yet a ques tion to b« stttled in the future. The hwigtrters of Mr. OwnpbeU**nd company are still located at this place, where the reports are all made out and forwarded. A feelinc of Interest is still manifested in the future developments of this new enterprise. Mr. Campbell return ed here on Wednesday last, where |he in tends t» remain for awhile. Pi l<— for Cattle. Weiton Democrat. Capt. Cob urn, of Harrison County, has engaged, through Mr. G. W. Curtis, over 100 head of cattle on Skin Creek, at $4 60 (M 75. Many of the cattle on Hacker's Creek have been engaged at prices ranging from $4 60&5 25, the latter figures, we understand. Mr. Nicholas Alkire and some others sold at. Mr. G. J. Arnold sold his three-year-old cattle on his Walkersville farm at 4c. He has 212 four-year-old cattle on his home farm that, we understand, he asks 5 cents for. Sir. W. £. Arnold has 100 head of four-year-old that he asks 5 cents for, snd 75 of two and three-year-olds he holds at |4 73. | Male ol the PiUnkarfk Southern Rail road. Greenr County Democrat. We are reliably informed that the Pitts ! burg Southern Railway has been sold to Vanderbilt, of New York, who will change it into a broad gague, and who will no doubt endeavor to negotiate the purchase of the W. & W. R. R. with a view of constructing I a through route to the South, at a very early | day. Therefore it looks now as though our i Blacksville friends will not wait long, ere I they hear the whistle of the iron horse | awakening the echoes of their hills and valleys roundabout Oca little Johnny had been given up to I die, (Diphtheria) when we gave him Pe I kvha; he is well. NOTICE. Wheeling A Hamsborg Railway Company TT IS ORDERED BY A MAJORITY OF X the Director* of the Wheeling and Harris burg Rallrwav Company, that a meet In* of the stockholder* of said company be held at Its principal office, corner Twelfth and Mar ket street*. Wheeling, Weal Virginia, on Saturday, the 17th day of Jane. 1882. to concur In, sanction and authorize as fully as may then be determined, the borrowing of fifteen hundred thsosand dollar*, or so much thereof as may be necessary to complete, finish, im prove and operate Its railroad, and the issue of bonds therefor, aud the mortgage of all or such of Its corporate property and franchises as may be determined to secure the payment of the principal and Interest thereof. Also to authorize and confirm an agreement for the lease or purchase of a part of the line, pro perty and rights of the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad Company, and for other ar rangements for the common benefit of said companies, all as fully as may be provided in taid agreement. By order of the Board of Directors. apl.oawl R. H. COCHRAN, President. Commissioner's Notice. In the Circuit Court of Ohio conuty: Adolph \ocke, vs. Cntheriue O. Uj>degroff, executrix of Josiah F. Updegraff, det 'd; Catherine O. Updegrafi"; GeorgeS. Feeney: Anna Feeney; Peter W. Bosley, administrator of Elizabeth Mc Mechen, deceased: William H. Hall, who Is administrator of Richard 8. Brown, dee'd, who was administrator of Hugh F. Feeney, deceased, and administrator ae bonis non of laniel Bteenrod, deceased; Peter W. Bos ley, administrator de bonis non of Daniel Bteenrod, deceased: Stephen 0. Feeney ; Mary Feeney; James H. MrMechen, administrator of Thomas J. Campbell.de ceased: Arthur Brown: Emma Brown ; Eliza beth Thompson; Johnson N. Camden; Kmma B. Carter; George W. Bteenrod; An drew Wilson and Virginia E White, execu trix of Andrew White, deceased, lie CIIANCKKY. By virtue of an order of reference entered in the above entitled cause on the 21st of Decem ber, 1878, It is referred to the undersigned com missioner of the said court to take, state and report an account of the personal estate of the said Daniel Bteenrod, mentioned in the bill, which came into the hands of the differ ent administrators of said Bteenrod. of the manner In which they respectively disposed of the same, with the securities taken from the legatees and tiled according law, If any; of the status of the estates of the deceased ad ministrators with their own respective per sonal representatives; of the priorities of the various claims, If tnere be any other thaa tliat mentioned in the bill, to the estateof the said DanielSteenrod, with any matters speci ally stated deemed pertinent by the commis sioner himself, or which may be required by any of the parties to be so stated. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has fixed on Wednesday, the 21st day of June, 1 vsJ, commencing at i> o'clock ▲. x., as the time, and hlaortW. No, lisai ri»i»Uuc street, place, ai which ne will proceed to ascertain the several matters In the said order of refer ence required. Given under my ham! this 27th day of May, 1882. JOSEPH R. PAULL, Commissioner of the Circuit Court of Ohio Co. H. M. Russell aud E. G. Cracraft, solicitors for complainant. my29oawt WALL PAPER. •JUST RECEIVED, —FINK— PARLOR PAPERS AN I) CEILING DECORATIONS, Also *11 the Latent Stylos of GOLD, PLAIN AND MICA Ceiling Papers ! The largest stock ahd greatest variety In the city. JOSEPH GRAVES, my 18 NO. 2»J TWELFTH ST. WALL PAPER JUST OPENED THIS WEEK, ANOTHER NEW STOCK! OF ALL KINDH OF PAPER HANGINGS T Borders, Dadf* rd<1 Freezes of the latest de • sign*. Also a Full Line of Cloth AND Pacer Shadings. Inspection of my stock Invited. JOHn Frledel, 1130 MAIN STREET. may 6 FOR SALE. Real Estate Bulletin. TlrE OFFER SIX FINE BUILWMi IXJTS fV between Twenty-ninth and Thirty first streets fronting 50 by 10U feet and more; sat*), WW) anil tm respectively. The six lots are o He red for a short time for S3,Vu. C. A, 8CHAKFER 4 CO., Ocean and Railroad Ilckets to and from Europe at lowest rates. Je2 Administrator's Sale of Personal Property rpHE UNI>ER8IQNED WILL SELL AT X public auction, at the late residence of Nancy Miller, deceased, No. 1519 Market street.; Wheeling, W. Va., on Monday, Juno 12,18&.'. commendng at lo o'clock a. a lot of household goods, consisting of Carpets, Bed*. Wardrobes, Bureaus, Table*. Stands Sofas, Chain. Ac. Terms of Sale, Cash. I. F. JONES, Administrator of the estate of Nancy Miller, deceased. Je9s Public Sale Building Sites 4 Coal Property The undersigned, executors of the will of Samuel McCoy, deceased, will sell at public auction, at Mt. be Cliantel Sta tion, on the W., P. A B. railroad, one and a hit if miles east of Wheeling, W. \ a., on THURSDAY, THE 1»TH DA* OF JUNK, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the tract of land known as the McCoy Farm, contain ing SIS'.-, acres of surface and I7>J acres of coal. Said land hits been divided into lota, and Is to located as to make the mest desirable building sites in the vicinity of Wheeling, being at Mt. De Ohantal Station, only ten minutes' ride from the city on the W_, P.4B. railroad, or twenty minutes' drive by the National and county roads. A plat of said land, with its sub-divisions, can be seen at the law office of 1. F. Jones, 130/ Chap line street. Wheeling, W. Va. Txkjis or Sal»—One-third of the purchase monev and as much more as the purchaser may elect to pay) In cash, and the residue In three equal annual payments, the purchaser giving negotiable notsa bearing Interest from the dav of sale for the deferred payments, secured by a deed ©f trust on the property. JAMES IftleCOY, Jell Executors. STORE ROOM NO. 1Mb MAIN STRKKT which, when completed, will be one hundred and sixty-seven feet deep, with two j under stories, each sixty-seven feet deep. Enquire of JAMES L. HAWLBY. sisrX MW APVTWEMCMT1. P REAT BASGAINK-JOBT REC forty Buggies ITiaetans and wagon*. Pleaae call, wmiIm and pi you will be surprised at the great ham posited now at the feed and livery __ corner Main and BUterath street*. ap» J. W. FERBXL. VTOTICR-IF JAMES MARTIX A1CD Charles McElnner, who were partners In Wetzel county, W. Vsl, la HUB. and Peter Soule, or their representative* will communi cate with me tner will hear something to their aii vaniHue. Address & BRUCE HALL, Attorney at Law, New Martinsville, Wetzel county, W. Va. jaUa FOB SALE—A VICE LITTLE FARM OF 87 acres and from 20 to 10 acre* of solid coal, within one mile of the city, on the old Hemp field railroad, good for gardening purpose*. The above land will be M>id In small lots or as a whole, to salt purc-hnsses, and If not sold at private sale before the 17th day of Jana.it will then be offered at pobllc anction on that day, at the front door of the Court House of Onlo county, W. Va., at 10 o'clock a. x. Terms to stilt purchasers. For further particulars call on L. 8TEENROD, near Mount De Chantal. or J. C. HKRVEY, Auctioneer, No. 1400 Market street, dty. m>-a»-S8je3-l) » REGULAR TUESDAY PACKET TT^OR PARKERSBUBG, POME- _ r ray, Galllpolls, Portsmouth, fronton, Cincinnati and Louisville the elegant passenger steamer NEW ANDES, Chas. Mchlxkam~ _ Master M. F. Noll.. - — —Clerk Leaves Tuesday, June 13th. at 3 p. poe tively. Passengers and freight receipted through to all points West and South. For freight or passage apply on board or to jelsr <Ih. 66oTH ft SONS, Agents. SCHOOL OF ART! All persons who desire instructions in FREE HAID AND MODEL DRIVING! WATEB COLORING, OIL PAINTING AND CHINA PAINTING, Are requested to call at the School of Art, over W, H. Kinehart £ Bro.'s china store, 1215 Market St., Between the hours of 9 A. u. to 12 K., and 2 p. M. to 5 H. m. L. NIXON, Master. Late student of the South Kensington Art $ Gallery, Ix>ndon, England. jel2h This Afternoon or Evening, Or In fact any time, drop in at the Monarch Billiard Parlor A Sample Rooms And try the superior quality of their tables and the excellence of the "samples." M. ftL. BRUBAKER, Prop'rs, jelO 1125 Market Street WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZERS, PALACE REFRIGERATORS, ICE CHESTS AND WATER COOLERS With latest Improvements, at the Hardware and House Furnishing Store of IVesbitt & Bro., jel2 1312 MARKET STREET. TEAS, TOBACCOS, AND ALL Standard Goods in large quantities and lowest discounts to ile trade. Edward Reid, jel2 No. 1427 Main Street. Beautiful Bird Cages! All Kinds and Prices. O. W. Johnson's Sons, jel- 1210 Main Street. NOBBY AND EASY ! Every gentleman who Is a filleted with sore or tender feet wants a pair of French Kid Southern Ties ! They can only be had ut jr. X. STONE'S, jel2 » 1140 Main street. Magnificent Marble Mantels! B. FISHER & SON'S, THE STAR FOUNDRY, Jell WHEELING, W. VA. Ready Mixed Paints ! —AT— W. A. AVilsjion'w, le8 1215 MAIN STREET. These dMhrs simply mean I lie nrUustion* or surprise which are heard everywhere urauud ns sbont the Beautiful Ntork of Carpets which we are now exhibiting. This la the nesnoa when thrifty wives who have nice homes want to re cover their floors. We have never had snch Mplendld Pat terns and finalities ol*Carpets as this year. And we are de termined that no one shall say that they are not extraordina rily cheap. And what is more, they are all new. Our trade last fail waa so large In ('arpets that we were about sold oat. I 'nine and see U. NEXOEL A CO., 1124 Main Street. JEWELRY. JUST OPENED! A FIXE LOT OF • Silver Table Ware T BRIDAL PRESENTS, AC., AT apr29 Cor. Main and Eleventh St*. SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS For fine Single and Double Barrel Rifles, Paper and Brass Shells, Gun Imple ment* and Ammunition, at I. G. DILLON'S, 1223 MARKET STREET. Call and aee the Bemi-Hammerleas Hinele Biirrel Gun, something new. mya BOOI KTETW 3 CARL1LE: FRENCH REVOLUTION, IN cloth 50e; History Greece, 4 voU_ Grote cloth, <3.00; Life of Thos. Carlisle, Froude, cloth, tl; Mrs. May bourne's Twlms, by author of Hellent Bablea^paper, 30c; Women's Hand Work in Modern Homes, Flex Cloth, tl: Let ters of Credit, by the author of The Wide, World, SI 75. STANTON A DAVFNPORT The ONLY Book VVofthekMl NEW EPITIOX. a Hin-oRr fPUCInftaB to tfe« «wM urn*. widi tct a* Snal Fortran of the Whitr w:-h »vw otmxmy of tfct Honarftt: Pmidntv I i^WiAfialli — utWxh rety IF YOU WANT Newspapers, Magazines, Seaside Or other cheap libraries. Books or Stationery pieaee give the onderaiffned a call. All peri odicals by the year at publishers' prteaa ana mailed free of postage eveiy where. C. H. QUIMBY, UU MARKET STREET. ■tw mwirmnm. MAKE NOME BEAUTIFUL By Goods from Our Stock. Miller & Franzheim, THE JEWELERS, 1208 Mark.et St. m*r2 00 TO THE Bridge Corner Grocery FOr the finest Staples and at "Strike" Prices. J. H. 1MEHL & CO., jel2 Cor. Main and Tenth Sts. NO MORE SUFFERING. l*KK TH* American Corn Killer I It is sore and safe. Sold by jel2 ~1010 MAIN 8TREET. FEATHER WEIGHT Undershirts and Drawers ! Balbriggan and 8iik Underwear, at THESTAR CLOTHING HOUSE, D. Gl'XDLIKG & CO., my31 3fi Twelfth Street. THE BEST BRANDS —OF— White and Red Lead At the Painters'and Builders Supply Depot of W. A. WILSON, (Successor to Hanes, Wilson A Co.) | felt 1215 Main St., Wheeling, W. Va. THE DBZEIST, AND GUARANTEED TO BE EIGHT YEARS OLD, IS ON SALE AT THE Tidal Wave Saloon, 1331 Market Street. aplO A. WALTER, Proprietor. WHEN TOU HAVE BEER ELSEWHERE! tome to us and we wili show you the HANDSOMEST LINE! Spring and Summer Suitings —AND— Spring Overcoatings! Ever brought to Wheeling. X. C. MOFFAT & CO., marlT 27TWELFTH STREET. THE FINEST CANDIES \ ALWAYS fresh. ALWAYS DELICIOUS, AT TIIOS. F. IIEYMAN'S, my2U 1012 MAIN STREET. BEAUTIFUL BASKETS! Just what you want For tli© ConimcnoementH Call and see them at Kirk's Art Store, Je3 1005 MAIN STREET. J. H. GONTER PAINTER, GRAINER A PAPER HANGER. 8HOP IN REAR OF US FIFTEENTH ST. Reslilenc« near Elm Grove: P. O Box 31, Elm Grove. All orders attended to promptly and well. mya>c fish: fish: fish: Mackerel, Potomac Herring, Potomac Sliad, Holland Herring. Healed Herring, Imported Hardlnus, Mustard Sardines, Shrimps, Salmon, Telephone F-9. George K. McMechen, Je5 1308 MARKET NTREET. TIIURBER'S GOODS AT McMECHBN'8. Tlielr assorted Desert Fruits (In syrup) at 15 cents per can, are the finest thing for Lunch, Pic-Nics or Excursions. Tliurber's Shredden Outs, for breakfast, re quires only ten minutes for the table. Try It. II? YOU WANT Fine Clothing, Stylish Clothing SERVICEABLE Well-Made Clothing! Tastefully Trimmed Clothing! Good Fitting Clothing! GO TO TICK ONE-PRICE »i Clothing House OF J. BRILLES, 1158 Main Street. jue7 » DRY COOPI. SATIN SURAH! Geo. R. Taylor Will open on Monday morning a new invoice of Satin Sar*li Silks in all the aew and choice colors, and offer them at less than value. These goods are made of the finest silk, woven in the strongest manner, and are warranted not to slip or pull. Aa inspection of the line Invited. Geo.R. Taylor. Bonn'et Silks! There being numerous inquiries for a better grade of Black Silks than are usually kept, we have, In order to supply the want, pur chased a line of the celebrated Bonn'et Silks on terms enabling us to sell them as low as they are re tailed in any market. Customers wanting to see this make of Silk will please ask for the Bonn'et. Geo.R. Taylor. PARASOLS AND Sun Umbrellas! New Stock this week. Geo.R. Taylor. Embroidered DRESSES! In Nun't Veiling and Cashmered India. Very Desirable. Geo. R.Taylor. Ladies' Mohair AND Linen Ulsters! Oar stock for tbo Mm mr coatMo, totaling all lint «f MtoosLtoa Ulttoro, Geo. R. T aylor. . my 15 w Great Bargain*! IX Silks! Satins! MERVEILLEUX, SURAH'S, FOULARD'S, SUMMER SILKS AND And other Seasonable Dress Goods T Also a few Ladies and Children's Wraps & Suits At Lsss than Costtodow. PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, KID, SILK AND LISLE GLOVES! Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Fane, Satchele, Hesiery And Housekeeping Goods In Brest Variety and at low prices. Broes <8 Coffer, 1132 Main St. tny .T ____________ Eastern Dry Goods Store. Marshall, Kennedy & Co., . 1110 MAIN STREET. CREAT SALE! -OF Hosiery! Handkerchiefs! HIJGHTLY DAMAGED BY WATEB AT THK LATE KIBE. EQUAL Perfect Goods I AT HALF PRICE. Marshall, Kennedy & Co. We Invite You to Exam The most extensive and attrac in all the lea BODY BR Superior to any TAPESTRY In all qualities and ve EXTRA INGRAINS A very large and choice of Ve HALL &STA OUR STOCK WINDOW Surpass anything Friend pro: loes ma ££JKL2?SyZ____ DRY GOODS! niMARFBl ufimnucu a BT WATER AT THE UTE FIRE Will beoffered at Low Prices T THIS MORNING BY J. S. RHODES & CO., jue7 ' STONE & THOMAS. JUST RECEIVED, A UN Invoice! OF THOME HEAVY Black Silks T At $1.25, $1.50 utl $2.00; ekttj at 33 por cant Wfhtr, that kin had ouch a raa. Alio • ftll liHOf BEAUTIFUL, Summer Silks, SATINS, MOBIE8, SUKAHS, LtACB HUNTINGS, NUN'S vr. I LINO, WHITE GOODS, H08IEHV,ele. A few pieces of pretty Summer Milk* •- ^1' At 47 1*2 cents, A Great llariali, OUR STOCK OF CARPETS! Tapestry and Inrnlu, KngN, Oilcloths, Window Shade* aa4 Lace Curtain Om^ la not surpaased by any la tkt city. l»rloee low. Cheap Counter. We place on sale, To Clowe Out, A large variety of Seasonable Good*, Marked down froa 30 to 00 per cent The cheapest ever »kow» Garner's Cut Percala lll-fc yard wide Cambrics Sc, Ut* • to 8c, worth 10 to 121-Sc. Btm Itemnanta at half their coat So briar altnf your eaahssl examine for yourselves. Stone & Thomas. 1030 MAIN STREET OAftPBTt. ine Oar Sprite Stick ETS T tivc Stock wc hare ever ding makes. USSELS, previous Styles. BRUSSELS' ry attractive patterns. AND THREE-PUB. line. A very superior • nttiaw IR CARPETS OF FANCY 8HADEJS/ we have ever shown. & Sottr ! m stbebt- I