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MmmMt. '
»KIl'AY, MAKCh W, 1MA
Cbbomc alcoholism is what a witness
tessitird the other day, «u the troable with
• hard drink* r.
John G. Tuitrsox, of Ohio, formerly
Sergean; at Arms af the House, is danger
ously il! »" W.tshin^ton. Hemorrhage is
the trouble.
Wai »ill newspapers declare Mr. BuiW
Cilled on President Clktilaxo to get him
to subscribe to his second volume of "twenty
years in Congress? '
Minister Ja« ash* is not looked upon
favorably by the American colony in
Mexico. A younger man is desired. Give
the old men a chance. They must pass be
yond the river some ,d»y
What sort of a moral reform Mayor
would the Intelligencer's chief make ' Four
years of submission against two weeks of
kicking ts not a fair test, but it is all t'aère
is at hand.
Tuat bright sheet, the Detroit Evening
Journal, almost paralyses one with the fol
lowing terrible head lines: "The wicked
rinks. How youth and innocence is cor
rupted."' Ah! truly truly so they is.
The writer on the Intelligencer puts one
n mind oi "Will Ladislaw*' in "Middle
march. " all>«it the scruples oi the latter were
muçh more pronounced. He was writing
for the "Pioneer all the time and expected
the readtrs oi the "Trumpet ' to know noth
icg atout what he wrote.
I
Tdk New York Herald declares Dax
McContillk is the Major oi Steabenville
and a splendid fellow. The only mistake
in the above la, tha: it is Jim McConvh.i.e
who is the Mayor. But he's as good a
Democrat ai.ci jntt as splendid a fellow as
1'ax. Go abroad for the news, you know.
Yoojk; Miss Katk Saxbokx was to marry '
<» W. Bc&miam, a very old but wealthy ;
gentleman. The death of Mr. Bcrximm the
day beiore the ceremony was to take place,
interferred ia carrying out the programme.
Nevertheless this methodic and thoughtful
old man had provided, by a codicil to his
will, that his affianccd should have $ö0,- i
000 in lieu of dower. Wise man. Molli- ,
fied affianced
Sham, we have personal government? ;
Is the all important question a correspon- j
dent in the Sun makes in reference to the 1
suppoeable reappointment of Postmaster
Piusox. The interrogatory is readily
answered. If you're out and want in, then .
personal government is a Himalayan fraud.
But if your in and want to stay in, then the
beatific halo which surrounds a personal
government is just too lovely for any use.
Tut: dizzy story ts on the rounds again of j
a fifteen > ear-old girl buying a suit of boy's
clothing, running away hom home, engag
ing as a farmer s boy, the farmer's daughter
falling in love wirh her and then being '
jilted by the would be boy. who steals away
in a hurry and next turns up in a str et car
stable in Chicago watering the horses equal
to the best man on the premiss for over j
four mouths. Suspicion is aroused at last
and the denoument ensues. The police ,
seize ker, home she goes and—that is all. i
The chances are ninety-nine inahunlnd
that there isn't a word oi it true except the
fact thbt t originated in the vivid reporter's
brain.
Tm: aphorism that few die and none
resign," gets a backset now and then J
There was Coxkuxu and "Mee too" who
resigned quicker than a dash when they |
thought the President was trenching on ,
their inalienable right*. Only the other
day Mr. Ci-akk, Assistant Secretary of the
Interior, died before h? had qualified, and j
now a postmaster at West Chester, Pa.,
who was appointed on the 3d oi March, thus
cutting off the hopeful Democracy, has just
made away with himself. A movement was
started to move the postortice to another
building and it so worried the incumbent as
to set him crazy, and on Tuesday morning
his body was'found in a mil' race with a
rope around his neck, with a heavy stone 1
attached to the other end of the rope.
AX INDISCRETION.
Ms. Tatlor, of the rirm of Lord A Tat- !
LOK, the groat dry goods men of New York
city, U greatly distressed over the news- I
paper notoriety the secret marriage o! his
eighteen year old daughter to a traveling
salesman, has received And well he might 1
be, because to sensitive and refined parents
there is no parallel to this kind of mental
torture. Here is the stalwart way in which
Mr. Lord expresses himself on the subject:
"No newspaper, he said, "had a right to !
publish broadcast a matter which belongs to
my hearthstone. I have lived my whole '
life as a just man, and have tried to do my \
duty to society and my country. When a
blow » struck at my heart and I am pros
trated with grief it is an outrage upon me
as a citizen and a father to have arajrged
into priât a story which I had kei.t to my
self.
"The simple facts are these: My daughter
Eloise is an innocent child of eighteen
years, the very idol of my life. This young
man, who would not have been my choice
for h«r husband, won her childish heart. 1
told the young man that if he would aban
don his suit for a year and then come te
me and show that he had the character of a
gentleman 1 would not oppose the marriage.
He pledged his word of honor as a man th»t
he mould do so. All there is to it isthat he
broke bis word and in doing so he broke my
he«i L My poor little girl ! Mr dear child '
—I cannot talk about her.
"What excuse is there for bringing su *h
a matter into print?" he added. "Toe
msrriase was a regular one, and the pabüc
has no business to know a story whiofc
• ought to be sacredly guarded as a fa nily |
affair. I do not believe that the Americ in i
people want their newspapers to expose the
woandfd heart of a father to further grid.
My daughter and her husband will live to
gether, and I hope they will be happy '*
While this is all tme, how eould Mr.
Loan, or any one else, expect those greatyi
metropolitan papers to keep such a jewel or
an item out of print? The competition
amor g them tor mastery in the way of en'er
prise, is as fierce as the wrangle of a pack ot j
wolves over their exhausted prey. There is
always a penalty to pay for an in^Iscertion,
no matter how slight it is snd in such a
tiij M New York it is doubtful if anything
'esa than th#* paaalty of death, and very
likely not that,would make good news-matter
Mcred to the reportortal fiend who bat re
fleet* kut employer'« rapidly for new«.
Now ia a provincial city of the size of
Wheeling where everybody knows every
body, there ia aome little coaäderation j et
remaining tor another's sorrow and feelings,
and frequently a real pearl in the way of
news, ia caat away aa worthless for the sake
of the family and frienda. But that condi
tion ia even diminishing in Wheeling, and
when the appealing interceder tackle« the
reporter for a auppression of an item, he
champs his bit with all the impatience of a
full blooded racer to be off and speeding for
the prifce.
There ia only one way to keep out of the
papers—be discreet, very discreet, and that
don't always save one.
80KKKTBAL, the actor, must have been
pleased at the ovation he received on Tues
day night, the occasion being the last per
formance on this side of the water ere he
departed for Cartnany. It was at the Tha
lia, and standing room could not be had at
any price.
Suddenly at the end of the play he became
the centre of a picture«»!'!« group, compris
ing the entire comoanv of the theatre. Sim
ultaneously flowers rained on the stage
from the boxe« and the aislea bccatnea mjv
ing proctsfrion of ushers, each bearing a
towering pile of flowers.
Manager Ambers stepped forward hold
ing a glittering drinking cup of silver and
banded it to the actor. Behind the manager
came others with albums and jewelry and
flowers When it was impossible to get
anything more on the stage Sonnenthal
stepped forward and made a speech of
thanks. Every sentence was applauded
But when he said in English: "And last,
and not leaât, ai leist to me, I shall come
back next year to renew these new found
friendships," the whole building rang with
CUVCLASUD ANCtsTKY.
His Poolical Grandfather's Barl*«i|iie on
the Uluod That Kuus tu Him Vrina.
Washington*, March 2f>.—Miss Clevelaui?
was to day presented w.ith a volume of the
"Pütts ot Connecticut," published thirty
eight years a^o, and which is now out ot
print. Among the Nutmeg poet3 of that
day whose verses are {.iven in the book were
Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, Fitz Green Halleck,
Mrs Sigournej, Jcel Barlow, Rev. John
Pierpont, Theodore Dwi^ht.Jr., Kev. Aaron
Cleveland and o ber well known names.
The latter was the grandf»tber of President
Cleveland and sen ot" Kev. Aaron Cleveland,
who was a Congregational minister at Had
d«m, Connecticut, but afterward joined the
Kpiscopalian Church, and resided for a time
iu Delaware and died at Philadelphia while
on a visit to Benjamin Franklin, his friend.
The subject of this sketch was born at Had
dam and was left an orphan at the age of
13. HU death occurred at New Haven in
1815. He published several sermons, in
cluding one against slavery, and among his
poetical efforts was the following singular
effusion:
THE FAMILY BLOOD.
A Ul KI.JtMJI K.
By Rev. Aarou Cleveland.
"Cecus et proavo» et •|uod non feciau* ipsl vixea
nostra voca."
Four kind-« oi Mood How in my »eins
And govern. each in tarn, my biaius.
Kroni Cleveland, 1'orter, Sewell, Water*,
I had my parentage in quarters;
My father « father * name I know,
And further liajck no duu-1 might go.
Comi'otind on compound from the flood
Make- up my old am-estnd blood:
Hit! what in) sins ut old time were
I neither » L-h to knovr nor <«r«.
S>me might lw* wise—and other« fool»;
fome might Oe tyrants —others tools;
fun c might ba'e »ot'tli, and other» ta-oU :
S m 1 fair. |ierchanoi--5oniealmost black:
No mtiter what in days of yore,
isncc now they're known and seen no wore.
1 he name of Cleveland I most wear,
Which any foundling, too, rui^lil beir.
I'orttr. they say. trout Scotland tame,
A bonny laird of ancient fame;
Stwill, i>f tns'ii.h deriratton,
IVrhap» «at outlawed from the niliou.
Anil Water« - !ri>h, a» I ween,
Straight— round-about troin Aberdeen ;
8ucli is my bet« rodenton» blood,
A tnot:»y mixture, >>a I aud good.
lach l>lon«J xs|iires to rule alone,
Aude*, t in turn smiiila tbe throne
Of its |K*jr rralm to «ear the crown
And rvign till next one tears him down.
lach I h.uue must twist aU.tit my brains.
And wove my tongue iu dufcraut strains.
Sly tnrntal pjwers are captiveled.
As whim or wisdom rule» the head:
My > baracter no one can know,
Kor none I hate while things are so;
l'ineomethiag nothing—wise or fool,
A- suits the blood that baps to rule.
When Cleveland reigns I'm thought a h it
In gittng words the tunny hit,
And social glee and humorous song
I>elight the fools that round me thro ig;
Ttll i'orter next puts ou tUe crown.
And hands thr < levelaad banner down.
Now all is calm, discreet and wise,
Whate'er 1 do, whate'er devise;
What common sense and wisdom tea u
Directs my actions, forma my speech ;
The wise and good around mestay,
And laughing duuees hie away.
Rut soon, alas' this happy vein
May for some other change again.
Jewell, perchanre. shall next bear rule;
l ui now a philosophic fool !
With Jetlerton I correspond.
And sail with him the stars beyond.
Each nerve and fibre of my brain.
To s> ate profound 1 nicely strain.
And thus uprise beyond the pen
Of common sense and common men.
Thus great am I, till Sawell's crown
Aliout my ears .times tumbling do» n.
Wise fools may soar themselves aliove,
Aua drtam in rapturous spheres they move:
But airy castles must recoil,
Aud such » lid imagery <i«oil.
But who .-ornes now* Alas! 'tis Wafers.
Bushing and blustering to headquarters:
lie knows uo manners nor decorum,
But elbows headlong to the forum ;
Uncouth snd abrupt aud bold.
Un teachable and uncontrolled;
Devoid of » isdom. s»»nsa or wit.
Not one thing right beaver hit
l'nle-s bv sc- i lent, not skill
He blundered tight ag-iinst his will.
And «Ui h am I. no transmigration
On »ink me to a lower stitiun.
l'ont. Furt« r, i oa.e depose this clown,
And, all, p«i*«e«»s the crown.
If i>u*iit in Swell's blood, you Tu:J.
Will make your own still more refined;
If found in CWeeland'a hlowi. a trait
To aid you In affair* of Malt';
Select such part* ami spurn the re»t,
No motv to rule in brain or l-rea-t.
Oi Water>' blood, expel t!ie wbote,
lot not one drop |<oliutc uiy soul ;
Then ru'e mv h>ad. and ke»'V niy haart
From fully, weakness, wit »par' ;
With all such soils i glad dispense.
But only leavi- me—.»'union «'im.
A Country For ltook Agent».
Lou ttl i.7e ''«• irr-,formal.
Id Russia there is but one book to 10,0"0
it habitants. The new American Minister
to Russia will do well to take over a f?w
volumes of poetry and a box of Patent
Oûice reports when he goes.
Too Indefinite For Him.
T"ViI Sijlitip*.
"I don't know how it comes,' said Mc
Ginni.«. "but I read in the paoer this morn
ing that thf y were going to play 'Othello, or
the Moor of Venic?, but it did not say which
one.
Be Virtuous and You Will Be a Curiosity.
Trrajt Hating*.
lie \irtuou» and you will be happy, as
well as odd artd eccentric.
This Why W» Shiwr.
X J". WVM.
The continuance of the cold wave is uow
fuliy accounted tor. It is announced that
Canada wants to borrow $50,000,000. This
is cool, even lor Canada.
DIE».
RYAN—At Detroit, March '£>, ISS5, Mrs. S. W.
R y as. Wife af Bot. K. W. Kyan.
Funeral thia »id«> I a.ternooa at lO:;» o'clock,
Iron Fourth Street M. K. Church. Interment In
Mt. Wood cemetery. Friendsof the family .ira cor
dially invited to he present.
KOBKKTSON—ttn Thursday. Mar. li 2;, 18SS, at
*15 p. m , Slits. Sarau Roukkhos, m the sixty
eighth year oi her age.
Funeral from her lata residence. No. lot Nine
teenth »Irret, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
Friends oi the family are invited to attend. In
A CARD —T» all who are sufertag from Um er
run and indiscretion* of youth, nervous weakness
surly decay, loss of manhood. Ac., I will send a r»
recipe that will cur« you. FREE OF CHARGB
This great remedy was discovered by a missionary
South America. Head sel .'-addressed eoralope
R«lv. Joxyh T. IxuAJf. So.'«* D, Ars» T*<
NXW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Ê~2TKAYfct>ORKrolEN—A BLACK A*l> TV<
5 I\H>, three mouiba okl. a literal »esra d »ill
' paid lor lb« raiurn of mm kxl bu tiawtlon»
asked. Kl'AM M HOUSE. ■ rar.7b
J I fcT JrikblVhli-.i LAROk. A NU WKt.L
telei t«l »:<«k of Spring iliilinery and tiaii
(>oo<i»at )ow«at piicta. » r«i>o »ort »specialty. W.
P. BAlMMAi*, irrt Main ctreei. M he-ling.
T^UR 8ALK-A THoROU »HbREl» DEVON
1 (.0». with better calf by her »ids; brail by a
r^'itfriJ Jtiwj bull lb« cow is a good and rich
initier. This cew t >ok a first premium at the (air
last fall. K L. KIMUhRLY. mr*3s
FOR HALS—A FlRftT-CLAdS COTTRELL A
B.\ bUX'E drum er linder printing press, siar
I ol bed »8x28. WUI take on an eight page octavo
I book lorn». In good ocniltioc. Apply at tnüoffice
ja3U
TTUUJ HALE — EIOHTY-fclOBT ACRE3 OF
1 good hirer 1 and, 30 sores of tine bottom; a«w
hou«« of in rooius, larve barn ; at lower end of Loti<
Reach ttottom ; price, $82.80 per aere. Add re« , J.
W. MORGAN Raven Kock. W. Va. mriôa
( -firAKTED-LADY AUENTS FOB «'QUEEN
ff PROTECTOR" daîsy stocking and sk>rt »up
ptrtera, shoulder braces, bustiea, bosom torms, drena
shields, tafety belts, sle«»e protectors, et« ; eutirely
new devie«*. unprecedented profits: we have S>jO
scent« making SlOO m< ntlily. Address with stamp,
E H. Campbell A (.o., No. 9 8. May fct, Chicago
feïleod b
C. W. PKIKSÏ,
CEILING DECORATOR, PAPER HANGER
PAINTER.
S hop under John Rocmei'» Carp«t an! Paper Store.
Corner uf Main ami Twenty-first St*.,
mr27b Wheeling, W. Va.
Ti^OK CINCINNATI AND INTKK.MKDIATK
1 points, the üoe »tiru wheel pa.s»euger steamer
m:av amjes,
Ouas. Mihlkman Master
M. F. Noll „...Clerk
Leaves» today 1'RI DA V), March 27, at 3 p. in.
Passenger) and freight receipted through to all
points West or South. For freight or parage apply
ou board and to
inr:7 TRANK BOOTH, Agent.
AWNINGS, AWNlNSS & TENTS.
\V HKfcUNO, W. VA., CHEAP AWNING,
y y Teut and Tarpaulin Company offer» jjtore
and Window Awnings and Tents, all styles, at bot
tout figure*, and guarantee entire ».»tisiactioo, or no
charge mud»*. A „-lane at the style, tit and tinish
will convince the pahllc of our workmanship.
W. U. Trnvor® dta Go.
Portals or order» li ft at J. C. Picket à Bro '», ÎJ45
Market »tree!, and C. it. Miller's, 2339 Cbapline
stmt, or 2CÖI Market street, witl be promptly at
Un ed to. inr27b
Public Library Notice.
rpHE PUBLIC LIBRARY WILL Ht CLOSKD
X from March 27 to March Slat, inclusive, for the
nirpc.-e of takicg annual inveotories. On April 1st,
M and ::J tie Library will be open for reading, but
no books can be taken out on these dajs.
All books (no matter when taken out; must be re
turned on or before March 18N5.
U. H. PENDLETON,
mrM.21,35,27 Librarian.
"do you want the WOHLU?
X*OV CAN GET IT FOR TWENTY-FIVE
X CENTS, or at least oae of those
UEUGR.IPIIK AL «LOBEN,
On a properly lncliue-1 axis. Perfect in erery re
spect. Six inches in diameter. Price, B5 Cts.
Stanton &• Davenport,
mi-'« 1301 Uarket Street
HOGERS BEST PLATED
Knives, Forks and Spoons.
Fine Triple-Plated (-ood» at Low Price«.
BWINO BROS.
Market St., opposite McLare Hons*«
Bltt
Prepared G*-lui o
1> EAI>V FOR U9E; NO TROUBLE TO AP
I
ply ; will »tick to anything. 33c a bottle, at
LIST'S DKI U STORE,
mntr> 1010 MAIN STREET.
ESSEX WARB,
ELEGANT PATTERNS.
KIRK'S ART STORE,
1J-J4 1005 M\IN STRKKT.
GEORGE J. GADDLE,
gurgeon Dentist,
1217 MARKET STREET.
Telephone 1« M. noTl
HcLAIVM PECTOKAL
COugli Syrup
Contain- no morphia or opium, and is acknowledged
iiy all to be the best remedy la the market. Only
■_>S cent- ■ bottle.
i'old by most druggists an I growers.
mr21
PUBLIC AUCTION.
-\y^E WILL HELL AT Pl'BLIC AUCTION,
SAT1RDAY, n \K( II 34th,
At 10a. in., at !V- and 1501 Main street, the follow
ing article«:
5 Head Young Mule«,
•J >eta Double Harness,
1 tret Single Hugcy Harnes«,
1 Heavy fpring Wagon,
1 Light Kuxgy,
1 Large Hair,
1 Lot Berry Crates,
Counters and SholTing, Ac.,
2 More«, 4c. Alio, tntire stock and fixture« oi
the firm oi
Matois cb Stamm,
n T- lu Wholesale Produce A Grain Merchants.
MOVING.
J AM PREPABED TO DO ALL KINDS OF
moving and Express Hauling on short notice and
quickly. W. J. WARDEN,
Livery and S tie Stable,
Telephone 31.'. 2110 Main Street.
mrtSqO
IMS
RAYMOND
SKATE
PAT.APR 2S 1581
ä MAR.ia.IS3a
ROLLER SKATES
Best Makes and Luvest Fric««, at NESHITT A
BRO.'t}, 1ÏI-' Merket street. mr!3
WANTED
ACENTS for .1 BelUble
Company, that refers to any
Banker, .V-i, hunt, Mitnut'oclnrrr
or fntttratxt Firm in the City of Baltimore (its
bom«).
The People'« Mutual Live Stock Insurance
Association of Maryland.
Send (or Circular ani Terms. Cor. South and
Water streets, Baltimore, Md. mrtjaarg
NORTH END RINK!
ft
Cor. Fifth & Main Streets,
FINEST SKATING SURFACE
/LSD
Best Ventilated and Lighted Rink
in the Stats.
Street Cars Pass Every Few Minutes.
SESSIONS :
Morning Sessions. 9:00 to 12:00
A duiirsion— Ladle* and Children, 10 wilt»; Skates,
10«enta, Ijeetlemea, 20 cents; Skates, 10 centa.
Afternoon Sessions ». 2:00 to 5:00
Admission—Ladies and Children, IS centa; Skatea,
10 tenta. Gentlemen, 20 cents ; skates. 10 «tenta.
Evening Sessions ...7:00 to 10:30
Admission to all .*5 cents, »kale* 10 cents.
tr So charge (or ose al Soor ta persona Itariaj
their own skatee.
WHEELING ROLLER RINK CO.
mrlt
WALTER EL RUVEHART,
(8—— to Alexander Bon«, St.)
NOTARY PUBLIC
Real litate, Stock and Money Broker
KvUtea Settled. Hooeee Banted, and R«ate
11« MAZFVT ST.. COR. TWELFTH.
Ijjls WHEELCtO. W, TA
■ "I ' I .■■■' I ' - ' I Ij II I
WIW: ADV«BTtt MEUT».
Piï I «TM ID THIS
VKLIBB y OrjUXE TO B n Y A3 CHE IP
HENRY JACOBS & CO,
1164 Main Street,
Hare bought considerable under value, 2t Caan of
gooiUkt a
Bankrupt Sale,
And we will give (ta usoali our curto«»rt the ben»
2t and »ell item-much lower than regular price:
One case, 2,904 yards, Gingham,
geed quality and fa*t color. 5c.
One case, 2,677 yards, Giigham,
better quality and fast color, choice
style, 6c.
50 pieces Half-Wool Brocades,
Cashmere Dress Goods, 10c.
5 pieces Fancy Debega, Dress
Goods, 12 l-2c.
10 pieces Fancy Changeable Color
Arlington Dress Goods, 12 l-2c
12 pieces Plaid, good style, Dress
Goods, 6c.
20 pieces Brocade, all colors.
Dress toods, 5c and 6c.
10 pieces All Wool Flannel, red
and black barred, worth 25c, 18c.
15 pieces heavy Canton Flannel, 6c
Had we the spare toep»1*. ** would spocify many
more drives, but come aud see and we will show you
plenty more.
New Siîks, New Cashmeres,
New Embroideries, New Gloves. New Hosiery, New
.lersevs, New Shawls, Nur Whit3 uoods, Ne* Or
sttj, New Laces. Respectfully,
Henrv Jacobs & Co.
P. S.—Fifty ceuta is the price of those new B'ack
and Colored kid Olovta that h.av.j been sold (or Si 00
elsewhere. mr.'l
L. S. GOOD. JULIUS JACOBS.
See! See! Seel
OUH GREAT
BARGAINS
Coming in Daily.
DONT FAIL TO CALL
L. S. GOOD & C0/S,
11B1 Main St.
P. M.—Tlie Best,the Cheapest and
Mon! Reliable Dry Uootls House iu
the elty.
CKAPLINE STREET RINK.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
Pressey & Lester's
COMlilNATIOX
Oi Champion Star Bicyclists, who challenge the
Unit««! States for their equal In Double ami Single
hiding, and iu the fallow tag specialties:
Single etiiling on Tvt o Mncliiuo«,
Double Kieling on Uuo .Machine,
Double Kieling on Two Machine*
Single Hiding ou One Wheel.
Only polo piayeis on Star tiicycle In the world.
WALSH &GILMORE
The 1'aiuous Original Burlesque Skaters, in three
distinct exhibitions each night.
PRED Ij. WAIiSH,
TKKK AM) FANCY NKATINU.
Ihe linest costumed gentleman iu the profession,
and without doubt one of the »inest skaters before
the public.
CIIAHLK8 GILMORE,
In his great and original presentation of the ''Little
Dude." Mr. GUmo.cis the
SMALLEST MAN SKATER
IN THE WOKI.D,
Belog 2ô years of ace and only :S6 in<hes high.
These two treat artWta haTe made themselves fam
ous throughout the country in their great act of
"PEt K-S BAD BOY AXI» IHK PA."
On rollers,which will be given at etc h entertainment.
FRANK ClilCHOLS
Champion Athlete and Bar rerformer, in his
Groat Triple Act
Performed on the horizontal bar, attached to Sta
Bicycle«, In conjunction with Pressey and Lester
while the machines are under full speed.
Ihis act baa never before l>een attempted and can
not be duplicated by any other riders in the coun
try
t>n charge for surface to parties having their own
skates. Kramer's Superb Orchestra every afternoon
and evening.
ESTLER \ ROSE, Pioprietors.
Steamship Tickets.
J AM hTîLL SLLLINO TICKETS TO OR from
turopeat I hose fabnlonsly low prices.
X3C. F. I333HFlB3Va,
Grocorand Steamship Agent,
2217MARKET STREET.
801TI1 l'.RANCH, 3C01 JACOB STREET. Ie27
ORANGES !
ONE HUNDRED BOXES PRIME,
Sweet Florida Oranges
JUST RECEIVED BV
N. SCHULZ,
IcW 1319 MARKET STREET.
FOK 8 ALIO.
I OFFER FOR SALE ALL MY HOUSEHOLD
ud kitchen furniture, consisting of bed«, bed
ding, (ir|«ts, ditbes and everything:in the property
1 now occupy. No«. Iii.' and 1121 Water street, in
the city ol wheeling.
Alto,* an unexpired lease running (or «boat two
and a hall years frujn this date on taid property.
The house contains 19rooms, a furnished garret and
pas and water throughout. A splendid location for
a hotel and bar room.
For terms apply to M BP. ALICE SCHELL,
New. US'.' and 112» Water street, near P., C. A St. L.
de|«t, Wheeling. or.'! a
DIAMONDS !
I make this branck of my business A
SPECIALTY, and have constantly
in stock the largest assort
ment of
FINE OEMS
Of any house in the State. Always willing
to sell at Extraordinary Low rrices.
I. Gr. DILLON,
JEWELER,
1A2VS3 Market Street.
mrlfi
Bargains Before Removal !
To the old stand on Twelfth street, under
Ac< Jemy of Music. A âne lot of
Mason & Hamlin and Other Organs
AT 86B
Aad upwards on easy payment« or for cash. Also
a tine lot of
SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS,
New and fecooJ-baod, of warranted aad beet make«,
at rat pries Ukevbe all ktnda of musia hooka and
musical merchandise.
WM. E. SSEBIB,
1SÛ4 MARKET STREET.
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Special attention Is invited
and Muslin Underwear we
ters this morning. All the gar
were made especially for our
styles confined to eur own store,
these goods at a very small ad
terial and work. Our stock of
as at present.
EMBROIDERIES!
This being the season of
most extensive and attractive
I White Goods, we take pleas
we have -taken unusual pains
stock we have ever had, and
prove. The ladies are invited
line.
BLACK

We are now prepared to
the best make of Lyon's Silks,
I as the same can be afforded by
SPECIAL
Is invited to our fresh arrival
Fabrics and Combination Suit
novelties always appear first
advise an inspection this week,
new stock oi Satteens, Ging
kcrchiefs, &c.
We would make special
perior make of BLACK SILK
CLOTHS of which we have a
prices.
to the new stock of Cambric
open and place on our coun
ments we offer at this sale
own sales, and most of the
This spring we have marked
vance above actual cost of ma
th ese goods was never as fine
WHITE GOODS !
the year when we show the
stock of Embroideries and
ure in announcing the fact that
to provide the most choice
at prices no one can fail to ap
to call and see novelties in this
SILKS I
show a full line, embracing all
imported, and at prices as low
any retail house in the country.
ATTENTION
of Imported Woolen Dress
ings, and as the most choice
and are quickly picked up, we
We open also this morning out
hams, Toil-du-Nords, Hand
mention of our new line of su
VARP HENRIETTA
ccmplete stock at very low
GEORGE R. TAYLOR.
FRESH VACCINE VIRUS,
From the most reliable sources, re
ceived every few days.
XiOOAlNT cfa CCD.,
Druggist«, Bridge Comer.
Legan, List & Go's JSSStSSJ?-*
i Strictly pure and whole
tome.
j Unrivaled lor Biscuit,
Hatter and ail kinds of
I < akes.
EXCELSIOR
Baking
Powder
AJdresa orders to LOGAN A CO.,
Druggist«, Bridge Corner,
Wheeling, W. Va.
THE BEST PILL EVER USED
"Jnd I have used a great many in ray family,"
is what a lady said a few days since in
regard to
Logan & Co.'s Homestead Liver Pills
Mi» said turther that her friends had used them
on fatr recommendation and praised them as highly
as tu rself. Forty Piila in each box. Little Pilla for
children. Sold by
LOGAN dks CO..
fe27 Drugglsti, Bridge Corner.
BLANK BOOKS
WALL PAPER AND BORDERS,
FGREIGN & DO ESTIC STATIONERY.
The Largest Stock and Greatest
Variety.
»»*Sold at the rery loweet prloee by
JOS. GRATES SON,
janll 26 TWELFTH BTRKET.
PARSONS
-) MABTER. (
PHOTOGRAPHER,
CITY.
no*i
STEPHEN McCULLOUGH,
Carpenter and Builder.
Brick and Wooden Building* erected. 1 loots, Vai
leys and Skylights, Counter« and HfceWing. Ai.'
work promptly attended to on reasonable terms.
Shop In Alley IS, rear of Capitol. Eendtr.oe No. M
Fifteenth street; shop in rear. » jaih
FISH 1
MESS MACKEFlEL.
Mackerel in Fire Found Cans,
Fresh Mackerel In One Found
Mackerel In Kits,
Broiled Mackerel In Three Found Cms,
Codfibh Plain, Codfish Boneless.
Codfish Balls, Pickled Salmon.
Frrnch ha Imoo, French bardlaea,
Sardines la Tomato Sauce,
American Sardines la (HI.
Mustsrd Sardines. Fmk Lobster,
Baratraria Shrlmpa.
Periled Crabs, Finden Eaddiee, Ac
lot. J. SMYTH'S,
felS Oor. M%rk*taad Venteei tk Ma.
PETER WELTY CÖ7
VnOLENALS LIQIOKV,
1113 Main Street,;
WHEELING, W. VA.
We ksn fast needToi to fcsul ton—w a
am aasoctaasat el Kkteo sad Manails Wtasa, Joles
Munuo A Cto. Chjuapagoe, Dc* *a Moctebtlie Ckaaa
jmftm, aad s large ealpasct of Um oclebnted Wj
aem's UœCa Natural Mineral Watsr, toge isr vitk
s large lavai« fm California rtneyar ia, of tfce
oldeet and best brtads ad via« knewa is lbs trade,
nth as MJarisa, Mafrasia. Beedixg. An«« Uta. fed
Zinfandd, Ac, Ac. Wo are no« msirtnz a specialty
at our C«se (-ood*, which an bottled by ■« boas
oar chciocet braala of Uqnorr, aad to «kiek *«
woalu kiidly «all the attoaüoa ol lis trad k Ml
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Mirror 2nd Picture Frames Regilded.
FINE
GOLD SIGNS
And all other grade« done in Best Styles, at Lowe#
Prices.
«TOIIIV IIUTCIIIIVGS.
nir'Hi
BLANK BOOKS!
ALL Hl ZEH AND STYLES.
-AT
JT. B. WILSON'S
tnrl7 * 1232 MAKKKT STBEET.
A LARGE & ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
— or —
WALL PAPER & BORDERS
AT THE LOWEST TBlCEd.
John Friodol,
foil mo MAIN BTBEET.
THE MOST EXCELLENT.
GEO. L. DURST,
lUMKArTCBER CK TU*
Most Excellent Ice Cream
And Fine Confectionery by Steam Power.
pirlO
•J. D. WINDER,
Safe and Lock Repairei
NO. XUfi MAIN ST., WHJütUNU, W. Y A.
New and second-hand Safes fornJ». 8tfai opn«
when wMrirtlM la lost ox tool*«. No Kb too has
HEADQUARTERS
FOB
WEST VIRGINIANS,
National Hotel,
ON THE AVENUE.
v Bcftt Location in the city. Term« Reasonable.
F. TENXEY & CO., Proprietor«,
* Washington, D. C.
nrll C«r, Pecnsyirania Arenue A Sixth
J. C. ALDERSON. G. W. ATKINSON,
ALDERSON & ATKINSON,
GENEBAL HoUKANCE AGENTS,
OFFICE:
No. 51 Twelfth St., Wheeling, W. Va.
CAPITAL REPBE3ENTED,
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I $200,000,000.1
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Fire, Marine, Life, Aocident, Steam Boiler
and Plate (Hasa. State Agent* of the
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
or rrw t»*k.
The Largest Company in the World.
It« policies are Better than Government
Bonds. Active and reliable agents de
sired in every county in the State.
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SPECIAL i
SALE
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ORBS GOODS
We will offer to-day a
CHOICE LINE
OF WIDE
Black Dress Goods
AT
50c Per Yard
Coods that formerly sold
from $1.00 to $1.25
per Yard.
In addition to the above, we
have the Largest and Finest
Stock of
IMMING GOODS
We have ever shown.
Brues & Coffer
STONE & THOMAS.
Closing Sale
Silks
— A9STX3 —
DRESS GOODS
From Now Until Jan.l
To reduce our very large stoek
j we will give Honest Bargains
every day in the week.
Ladies' Wraps
Reduced fron $10 to $750,
" - $15 to $10,
" $20 to $1350,
" $25 to $18.
Seal Plush T
A few left and will close them
at cost.
We propose to give you
more for your monvy than any
House in the city.
II Will Sm Yon Hum
SJONE & THOMAS.
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OPERAjatOtl
Two Nights and Grand Mil
FRIDAY AND~SATUn
MARCH 27th 4 am.
ESGAUAMUiT tXrUAORin J
Standard Opera it Btguiul
THE FORdI
ENGLISHmm
WITH—- I
Zelda SegJ
JU.O. Oeo. W. TVnbiru, (if.
Iboa.CMMfi*«htWNorrrou, !■
tvlfcerg, Hon* Jam*. ^
misses teluu e\1
Maud Baktr, Sidney Eaubrcuk. I «s-.il
D'Ain» ami other». *l h » , .A
o( 85 p*opl<>, prwetttn< thf ij!«
loving rep>u>£t. ■
FRIDAY EVENING, I
pRA DIAVqJ
SATURDAY EVENING, P
GIROLA; or,The Three Black!
(The f.rtt time her».
Saturday matinee by r*; w i
Ctiariuiog I iptrt,
Tiio ltOHliMIAN Gl
7.E1.DA SU.il"IN IN l.VERY t'l El
NOTE THE rRICE".- A>imi*ion, r<J
7.V. Bo* »heel open lhurtdïy morn aj |
Baumer'«.
OPE11A HÖU
MARCH 30th
•THE PRIDE OF AMERICA AND PS
old hNi.LAMy'
Minnie Palm
Will make b(r fin>t appe»rin.» m Kb*..,
ber brilliantly Micvea«fii! t uropua ti
preietitn.g an entirely tit* rw
»Ion of
MY SWEETHEAS
The I .on« on (Vnrt Journal mm •
Other living arlitte t-ouil>in< t o lenel!
the natural gilt», grac -, taVst-, tn| »<
tllity po-«>««•• I I'jr the (air Aturrt an. >
nie Palmer."
Ai'Mixion. 50c, 75o; re»arie«l (V;
•aal» at F. VV . Matiiuer'», , Ma h
S P R I N Clr
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WRAPS!1
URHODES &É
Will open tbii Morning a
New Stock of
LADIES'
LACE CURTAINS.
Our stock Is New, Patterns Choil
and at the right price. Bun
tiful Lace Curtains at $2.50
per pair and upwards.
New Goods Arriving DailJ
Our stock of Jcrscjs is no
complete.
J. S. RHODES & III
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