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mttrtd ai im Aa#a to Vtotof, K Fa., ai iw<
otoM »itlir.
rtUUAY, atAY »•. 1SSÂ.
That wu delicious shower last night and
ose that vu apt to make the worried aad
wearied (armer sleep contcdedly.
Jons Sherma« would like Ohio to re
elect him to the U. S. Senate, so that amid
mnch coaxing to accept, he may refuse the
Seratorahip and get one step nearer the
nomination (or the Presidency ia 1838.
The Hancock Independent in speaking
of the opiaiouof torn« of the Washington
papers, that Commissioner Joseph S. Miller
will likely be a candidate for gubernatorial
honors, says that Mr. Miller may be a
dark horse for both Senator and Governor.
JrsTfs Schwab, the New York socialist,
ia his trial this week has given the public
a few planks of his platform. Qe calls
himself 'a revolutionary socialist" and says
that as soon as his party is sufficient in
numbers all government must be abolished
and that meantime they will employ then
selves educating the people.
Mr Schwab, if the above are his real sen
timents, sensible people will call a chattering
idiot with sufficieat self mischief in his com
position to soon pass into utter oblivium.
Some expression of opinion from Senator
Kes*a on the course of the President, and
other national matters appear in this
morning's issue which are both true and
sensible. Tbe Senator also displays excel
lent judgment in his position upon a matter
that is three years ahead. W here there is
no object to gain except some notoriety, it
hardly pajs a man in politics to
take a public stand so far in ad
vance no matter how warmly
in favor of it he may be. It is altogether
to > tar off to talk about Mr Cleveland
f jr tbe Presidency in 1888. There are
tim*s when it is better to wait until the
bridge is reached before attempting to cross
it, atid this ia xuch a time.
Congressman Morrison ia being sized up
qui'e generally &cd roundly in »U directions
for hid obstinancy in his recent manage
ment ot the senatorial campaign in Illinois.
The Rkcistkh has expressed its opinion of
him heretofore, as well as of the Democrats
who permitted him to make a catspaw of
them while the fa'es wtre arranging for
Login's election, but the following from the
New York Herald ts so appro poa on the j
subject that it is worth reading:
The Republicans of Illinois ought to be .
grateful to Mr. Morrison for the success |
they obtained yesterday Mr. Morrison had
made up his mind, evidently, that nobody
but he should be a Democratic Senator; and
as he could not get himaelf elected, and
would not retire from the contest, the very
thinjr happened which the Herald warued
the Illinois L>emocrats against some w-»eki
ago. Mr. Morrison s obstinacy elected Gen
eral Legan.
The Democratic party now, it seems to
ua, baa had about as much ot Mr. Morris^a'a
well known obstinacy as it can stand.
years ago, when Speaker Carlisle made him
•chairman of the Ways and Means Commit
tee, Mr. Morrison obstinately forced his
notonons horizontal reduction scheme upon
his committee and on the House, lie obsti
nately wasted the session in trying tofce^it
passed, and was in the end badly beateflr
I n thia long Senatorial contest he haa been
just aa obstinate and juat as badly beaten,
if Mr. Carliale has the making of the com
mitteea of the next House, we hope he will
make some lees obstinate and leaa easily
beaten man chairman of the Ways and
Means. We have ha i enough of Mr. Mor
rison for some years t« come.
TUS LU A.N OKDlMSCt.
Tbkrk may be people prejudiced against
the loan ordinance, but a simple prejudice
ought cot to keep a man from voting for it
it it is the only way out of a very bad finan
cial condition. It the ordinance were de
feated it would not keep the city from pay
ing her debts, but it might very likely throw
such discredit upon her financial policy a*
to cau^e the greatest chaos, and lead to the
most serious consequences. The idea
sometimes mooted that the outstand
ing orders were issued illegally is ridi
culed by some ot the most prominent
members ot the bar. If, as asserted by
citizens whom the Rkohter believes have
the welfare of the city 'at heart, in case
this loan ordinance were defeated, the city's
creditors could have a mandamus ordered
imposing a levy for their prompt relief.
With these possibilities confronting the tax
payers, there onght to be no difference of
opinion these hard times as to the shape
ever} body wants his tax bills. He wants
them just as small as possible, and to have
as long a time in which to pay them as
possible. The working man who has his
little piece of property half paid for and six
per cent to raise on his mortgage don't
want to have his taxes doubled in order to
pay a floating debt all at once. Especially
is this trne now when the county taxes are
so high and money and work so scarce.
There are other and multifarious reasons
that should bring out the voter in favor ot
the ordinance Without an adequate reve-*
nue council might resort to some heroic
methods of economy in order to make a
short cot to the goal of financial relief.
One councilman has intimated that'such
a denier resort as suspending the police
force and shutting up the fir« department
until better times, is not out of the p&l* of
possibility. While the Re ;istsr apprehends
no snch demoralization in oar city govern
ment as suggested by this Councilman, yet
there is no need of acting foolishly by be
ing either neglectful or unreasonably preju
diced against the ordinance.
It is an all important matter and citizens
should think over it in the short tithe they
have betöre the day of voting.
Safety and Dancer.
PkilmdrlpkUi OHL
First Hen—"There comes the woman to
dtiva us oat ot her garden."
Second Hen—"\es, and she'e picking up
a stone, too! Lftt's fly oat, qaiok!"
Fint Hen—"No. no, stay here."
Second Hen—"Bat she's aiming right for
us.
First Hen—"Yes, and if we should move
we might get hit."
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Tb« April Wonder* of Hondaraa.
AUmma Constitutum.
Honduras is a wonderful country. A
New Orleans Times-Democrat correspond
ent who is out there date« his letter April
38. A fellow can get more April veather
out there for less mosey than in any other
quarter of the globe.
WVj Didn't n«7 T»lk Oermta f
fitUbnrg IHtfttlfA.
On Saturday afternoon, m Frau Matera»
WM co her way fron the dressing room to
the stage in the Fifth avenae market house
she pawed the stand of » render of hams,
bologna sausages, Ac., whose businete was
not at nil interrupted by the matinee
Chancing to look up, the Wagnerian prima
donna saw some sausage and blood pudding
hanging on hooks in the batchers' stand.
She stopped, and a slow, progressive Wag
nerian smile stole over her noble counte
nance.
''Dem waz nize puddins," she exclaimed.
"Hem's de pest puddiDs efer you ete,"
said the putcher man in an excited tone.
"Vil you hef a pite?"
Again that Wagnerian smile stole Irom
its pasture, and the artist put forth her
hand.
In a flutter of delight the butcher cat two
or three inches of pudding from one of the
coils and presented it on a brown paper
charger.
Materna ate it slowly and with great rel
isb, wiped off her hand oa the piper, and,
smiling for the third time, said to the
butcher
"I dank you. Dem wuz az nize puddins
az efer I expeerenzed, and she went out to
charm the multitude, unconscious of having
performed a feat that would have appalled
an American athlete.
Original Version of John Brown.
The original version of the song was as
follows :
John Brown died oa the scaffold lor the »lave; < I
lterk was the hour when wv dug bia hallowed grave:
Sow God afecge the lit'» he gladly gave.
Freedom reign« to day !
Glory, Ulory Hallehijan,
Glory, iilory Hallelujan,
•ilory, Glory Hallelujah.
G!ory reigns to-day !
■John Biovi sowed and the harvesters are we;
Honor to hint who lias made »he bondsman tree;
Loved ever more »hall <>nr noble ruler be.
freedom reign» to day !
caesti
John Brown'* body lie« mouldering in the grave.
Bright o'er the -<«d" let the starry banner ware;
U>: to* the million he periled all to save.
Freedom reigns to-day !
musts.
John lîmwnS soul through the world is marching
on:
Hail to the hourwhea oppression shall be ^oue ;
All men will sing in the better day's dawn,
Kreedon reigns to-day !
caoars.
John Brown dwell« where the battle strife is o'er,
Hate cannot harm him nor sorrow stir him m >re ;
iarth will rviueuber the martyrdom he bore;
t reedom reigns to-dav I
caoars.
John BTi wn'- Nidy lies mnuloering in the çrsve;
John Hi own lives a the triumph ol the brave;
J he iS.owu's soul not a higher jay eun crave;
t reedoiu reigns to-day !
— rV Keynote.
A Hint to Moonstruck Girls.
Boston Vouritr.
Romantic young ladies who open their
casements at night and gaze pensively upon
the moon are very foolish. The moon is
240,000 miles distant, and if there was a
man in it they couldn.t get him. What's
the use of being unreasonable?
The Truth About Chicago.
Mmtgomrrj, Ahl., A<l'rrluer.
' Lies About Chicago," is the heading ot
a recent article in the Tribune. Is it p^ssi
ble that any one has bet a speaking well of
that city.
Cigarette smokers who are willing to
pay a little more than the price charged for
the ordinary trade cigarette, will find the
Richmond Straight Cut Cigarettes far supe
rior to any others.
DEI.BRCGGE—On Wednesday, May 20,18S5, at
9-.f. oc'ock p. m.. Mrs. JouamnaH F. Dklbki «*»*,
In the 61st year of her age.
Funeral from her late residence, No. 2159 SLnn
street, Saturday, May 23, at 9:.i.i a. m. Interment
:tt Mount Zion eemeury. Friends of the family are
invited to attend.
SOCDERS-On Thursday, M..y 21, lS35,at her
Lome. in Martin's Kerry, Mrs. Ai>a Soi'ukes, in
the 2>Jth year of her .me.
Ihe funeral widjtake p!.»ce from the M. E. chu-ch
at 2 p. ra., Saturdu y, May ii. Fries-Is of the family
ar>- invited to attend.
8CHU M AN H-On Thursday, *-Tay Tt,
a m., Mrs. Lva SrtiuaiAN>, wife of Frederick W.
"chumann, in the •> st year of her a«e.
Funeral from her late residence, No. 717 Main
-trctt. Sunday alterna»» at T o*ctocfc. Kr. ai is of
the ttutHyare invited to nth n I. Interment at Mt.
Wood ceuieUry.
MAXWELL—\t S:20 p.m., Thursday. May 21,
lSv"., Jamks Maxwkli., in the iüth year of Insane
l userai notice her> a: t«-r.
BLAjS Iv BOOKS !
ALL 8IZE8 AND STYLES,
-AT— ...
jTb. WÎLSOPTS
acri7 12S2 MaKKET STREET.
GEORGE LrDURST
Manufacture by Steam rower, and whole
sale dealer in
ICE CREAM.
Special Price« to the Trade.
IVo. 1113 Markot Street.
MlS
TRUSTEE S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST MADE
by Jarnea O. Whyte, trustee, to me as truste*.
• iated the 13th day of April, 1-S-t'J, and of record
auior-g tbeland re« ordsot Ohio ooiinty. W. Va., in
deed of trust book No. IS, pa^e all, I shall, ou
Saturday, the 3Uth day of Jane, 188.',
at 10o'clock a. tn., at the front door of the Court
House of «aid Ohio coonty, W. Va, proceed toaell
the following real estate, that is to sar:
"Allot lot No. 'i, in tod and Chapline's addition
to the city of Wheeling, W. Va., Isdng situate on
I be weet side of Market street, In said city, between
J wenty-third and Twenty fouit » streets; except :«t
ft rt ort the north side of said lot No. iM, whirh wa
«.t'd to J. H. Whyte bv tieoree Watson and wife, by
«l»ed, »hlch U of record in Ohio county, W. Va, in
ilted book No. 68, p. COl."
'i > RMs ok Salk—One-third cash ; balance in ona
aad two years, secured.
ALI- RED CALDWELL, Tratte*.
n'httling, ir. la., .y.ia 19,18S,">. avflli
PKOPOSALS.
Clkrk's Ok kick Hoard ok Commissioners, )
Ohio Cou nt v, W. Va., Msy 14. 13.5. >
SE A LAD PROPOSAL« WILL BE RECEIVED
until the 2*th itisL, at noon, for furnishing
u-u mon eotCna, jtalned, for any burials tliat mar )>e
t rd> red bv a County Commiasicner within the city
district o( Ohio count» foi the ensuing two years,
t-«ginning Jone 1, i>A\
*or furnishing common c#Œns. stained, for hurl
ais that may be onlered by a County Commissioner
within the country districts of Ohio county, during
»aid time.
lor furnishing common coffins, stained, for buri
al« that may be order» d by the Superintendent of
Count* In&roary during said time.
H Widers to specify the price o' coffins for persons
I'Vtr and under 14 yean of age ; also, price for
Li arse, hack and bu«y.
Ihe Board reoer>es iho right to reject any and all
bids.
Bv order of the Board.
»al'Oeagl ROBERT B. WOODS, Clerk.
PHOPOSALS.
Clerk's Ornca Board of Cokvissioxzb's, )
Ohio Covhty, W. Va., Mav 14,1»\ )
SEALED PROPuHALS WILL BE RECEIVED
at this offce until the 2>>th inst., at noon, for
iurnJahiag coal for Ohio county during the dical
year beginning June 1, l&v>, as follows:
1st. >or furnishing clean, mixed or nut coal as
may be ordered for the county jail.
3d. For fur*i>hia>; clean, »• ixed or nut coal to the
poor north of Wheeling creek on Ihe order of a
Coon it Commissioner.
.'d lor furnishing clean, mixed or nnt coal to the
uoor south of Wheeling cretk, on the order of a
County Commissioner.
4 Fer furnishing mixed, nnt or slack coal for the
County Infirmary. State price delivered at Infirm
ary and at bank.
Pidde s must specify the price of clean, mixed and
nut coal per bushel delivered.
The Board reeer vas the rLjbt to reject any and
all bid*.
By order of the Board.
mals-Agi ROBERT & WOODS Clerk
a a J a a ■ ■-% m e> r"~ a-*a ■
wall rMrt.it!
UORDEBä,
CEILING «CECORVTIONS
-a»d
WINDOW SHADES !
Ju«t rcc< ireO, am entire New Stock in GwtVt iet/
Kau oi tht lateet Dwigrt«, otfcred at the
LOWEST PRICES!
Inspection eeyecthilly tnrited.
JNO. FHIBDBIi,
I180 Main Street.
aa*15
FINE GIFT BOOKS!
We hare «a unaeuelty good UMortaent of
BOOKS IX FIXE BLVD1XUS
ter Couini.'r>ciai*nt, Btnh-Ur or Wri-ilnç Preeenta,
m Tree C«U, Morocco, AlUgMor Pluik, Ac.
Stauton Ac Davenport,
mi* 1»! lUrfcet Sum«.
M1W APV1HTI0KIMI1HTS.
WANTED—A OIBL TO DO GENERAL
lioastwork. Apply at No. 3i North Kran <
street, lala od uia2Jenlq |
\1' ANTAL»— ibftr.t OllOiT A«-»*NT9, ON
TT coma-iaeioa. Address, "A. KL," ttua office,
mal 8«
I.^OK SALt- M v BE8IDBNCE ON NOBTd
1 Front »lrt«>t, island. Ibe dwelling la In ex
cellent repair hea all modem improvements au
Cirât« *e»em_e to lb* rir»r. The pro|>erty is 12
st (rent and extrada to the river. Tae p'irchaae
may have the option of the lot upon whica the res
idence .vt*n<is, or N>th lota. For paruoulars apply
to Jl'UbtS I'OL LOCK, Pacific Mills. ma22Eadh
Notice.
ÎJO PERSON 18 Al'THOBIZED TO BECE1VE
^ money for the Erie Wringer Co in pan y unless
provided with the oriirtoa) leas«, signed by the party
making a purchase, and further provided with a C-r
tiäeate ouuater-sigeei by our general agent.
ma?4 K. L. BRAUN.
EASTWARD, HO!!
WORLD'S EXHIBITION,
Antwerp, Belgium.
Open From Now Until October 6, '85.
l'attage tic keta bv the Be<l -Star Line at Lowest, rice
lor Atwerp direct, at H. V. KKHRK.Nf,
Steamship Agent and Orocer,
2217 and 2il9 MABÜET HIBAAT.
South Branch Store, 8601 JACOB STBEET. ma22
ICE I ICE! ICE! ICE!
C. SEIBERT & SONS
Are prepared tofurnl-h the finest 'in ility of loe ar
■he lowest ta e-'. Leave orders at th>ir office 1" 0
Ma?ke' street, six dov>ra Mow Pos ottice. Ice Ue
pot i pen e*ery day, Sunday it e ud-sl Telephone
coEiection. i^TAnch Offiee, 11(9 Market street. Or*
dere by mail promptly attended to. mailbe.*d
WHITE MOUNTAIN
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
AT
Nosbitt tb Bro.'s,
m»21 SOLE AGENT?, WHEELING, W. VA.
Hats and Bonnets Made to Order
XN ANY DESIRED STYLE—NEW YORE HA1
Bleachery, No. M Sixteenth St, Wheeling, W
Va. Ladies' and Misses' Straw, Chip, Felt art
Bearer Hau, etc.. altered, bleached, colored and Un
shed in the latest styles promptly. Milliners' work
lone at usual discount. Patrofisge respectfully so
•KMrbe
HAMMERED BRASS TRAYS!
T E A TRAYS
AU Sise*. Fine Goods at BeawnabU price«,
BWING BROS,,
[ oilül Market St., Opu. McLure House.
Furo loo Oroam
AMD—
WATKU ICES,
ALL FLA YOBS.
Everything clean, neat and new. If you try ue
once you will come again, at
Ocm Candy Kitchon
g;y?flabe.td 26 E'eventh Street.
1 have in stock a choice line of
Gold and Silver Watches,
And other articles suitable for Continuation Glitt.
Will make
l'RH ES EXTREMELY LOW.
I. G. DILLON,
JEWELER.
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STONEWARE,
lO.OOO GALLONS
Pennsylvania Stoneware !
J <**• Vi gallon ta JO gallons.
Butter l ots, y% gallon to 15 gallons.
Milk l'an», %,1, t Vi and 2 gallons.
Jugs, Ja gallon to5 gal lens.
R. J. SMYTH,
maSO Cor. Market and Fourteenth Street«.
WHEELING PAPER WAREHOUSE.
ROBINSON, FA KIM »V (Om
Manufacturers and IValers in every variety of PA
PER. >o. 1427 MAIN STREET.
Telephone, oil. Wheeling, W. Va.
Ui ,he*t caah prieJpa!d for Bags, Paper and Old
Hooka. myl9tf
MENS JERSEY SHIRTS,
In the Leading Shad»,
A.t the STAR.
3D. OUNDIjINa db CO.
mal6e<idh S6 Twelfth Street.
Rolrigerators, •
OF HARDWOOD, THE BEiT IK THE
market. Also,
WATER COOLERS, ICE CREAM
FREEZERS. GAS AND OIL
STOVES, Ac.
All first quality good« and low prkes, at
C. K. STIFKL &HONS',
ma'9 1021 MA'N STREET.
ÜHAPUE STREET RINK.
( hunre tor a Handsome Prize.
Beginning with May 1st and continuing sixty
days, each purchaser ci a ticket of admission to thi«
rink will be present»! with a coupon entitling said
I urclmser to achance in the following prizes:
First—A handsome chamber stt of decorated oak
furniture, now on exhibition at Mendel's.
Second—Handsome china dinner and tea set com
bined, on exhibition at Swing Bros.'
Third— a beautiful polished brass centre taKfc, on
•xhibition at Dillon's.
Fourth—Elegant silver ice pitcher, on exhibition
at Franzheim'a.
MONDAT NIGHT—Tog of War on Skatea.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT-Game of Polo be
tween the Elyaian Club of Bellaire and the Chaplin«
Street Club.
FRIDAY NIGHT—Children's Fansy Dms
Carnival. mtlT
McLAIN'S CORN KILLER,
la acknowledged by every one using it as the
be»t remedy ever known.
EVERY BOTTLE Ul'ARAXTEED.
Sold by most dealers. Manufactured by
AloLiain Brotliera,
nuUS Druggists, Wheeling, W. Va.
ORANGES AND BANANAS !
ONE HUNDRED BOXES
California Oranges,
Sixty Bonchee of BANANAS, Just Re
ceived by
Nloliolas Soliulz
«Mis 1S1> MARKS! STREET.
WW ADVEItTISEWIWr».
T/O* SALE-BÜOOIES, PHAETONS, „ „
1 riait* and hpring Wjwons at redacad CAB
J. W. FKRKh'l., oorwia and Iwenty-flrit price*.
maUb nrwet'.
C. £MTL£MJOP8 SIL* ABD KELT HAl>
I renovated ta praaent strias at modamta charge*
toy Wa öralowaky, tha Practical Hat«-, Hit»
bargh, Pa. Laave your orders with New York Ha<
■Unit«), t* Sixteenth strict. wwila« ><
HYDEN SALAD,
OB
Col<l Meat Dressing*.
Ask your Grocer for It
Gr. K. McMechen & Son.,
mafl Wlioleaale Agent».
GEORGE J. CADDLE.
Surgeon Dentist,
1217 MARKET STREET.
Telephone L. M. BOTl
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
rpHE BLECTIOH OF TEACHERS FOR THE
X Bellalrc Public Schools for the coming school
y Hi', will take place od or about the 9th day of
lur-.e, 1 (ft. The following tea :hera will then be
choeen by the boar J of Education:
1 High School Principal.
7 Grammar School Teachers.
18 Primary Teachers.
1 Training Teacher.
1 Teacher of German.
1 Teacher for the Colored School.
Four ef the teachers selected will be made princi
pals.
All applicants for theaboTe positions are sequirai
o ju.' u it ou or before the 8th of June, a written
<1 plication accompanied bv a certificate granted or
•.udorsed by the Local Board of Kxaraincn.
L. 8. WWDBRiPQE,
mylHa Clerk of the Hoard of Education.
Xmong othek
GREAT BARGAINS !
We will Sell This Week
360 Pairs of Kid Gloves,
Black and Colored, in sizes from 5} to
7 only, Foster's five-hook lacing
worth $1.25,
At 50 Cents a Pair.
This is a genuine bargain. Receive 1
aome more
NEW PARASOLS,
WHITE and COLORED LAWNS,
SATEENS,
NAINSOOKS,
SWISSES,
New All Overs! All Kinds of Embroidery!
Summer Silks !
AND MORK
CARPETS
STILL CHEAPER.
HENRY JACOBS & CO,
Wholesale and Retail,
1154 Main Street.
THE GENUINE
LOOK OUT FOR A BASE IMITATION.
R. II. LIST, Mole .Wnnutnrtiirer,
,ip22 1010 Main Street, Whoelln*.
ELEGANT
Second-Hand Pianos and Organs
Of celebrated makes, at low prices and on easy
terms, at
SHEIB'S MUSIC STORE,
nia2 Twelfth St., under Academy of Maalc.
GAUZE
UNDERWEAR!
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Ladies' Gauze Vests,
Long and Short Sleeves, at
25 cents each
Gentlemen's Gauze Shirts
At 25 Cents Each.
All tbo Sizes In
Children's Gauze Shirts,
Long and Short Sleeves.
Lace Curtains!
Parasols and Jerseys !
In nil tlie Qualities.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
maâ
REDUCED PRICES
To Suit the Time«.
BEST CABINET PHOTOGRAPH*.
1 Dozen „..$2 60
Docen 1 50
Guaranteed at
B RO W X'S,
10T6 MARKET 8IBEHT.
ROLLER SKATES.
A good VARirrr.
Prices and Styles to Suit All.
A 1*>, Skate Bag« and Strap«.
O. ZZ. QÜXMBT,
Bookseller and Njwadealar,
aplS No. 1414 Market LUi'eel.
W4EEUN6 AND ELM 6R0VE R. R,
/"VN AND AFTEB MOHDAT, MAY 4, IM5.
U train* on the Wheelinf and Kin Hzore Kali
road will ran m folk»««:
Loanng it« cttjr at |Lw»nn* Wheol'g Part »
5:30 a. M. 1:00 p. r • - -
S:10 « 2:00
7K# « 8:00
8:00 « 4:00
• :00 «' 5:00
>0:00 " 6:10
1:00 M 7:00
12:00 X. 8:00
9:80
6:10 a. V. S :<W p. ;
7:00 " 4:00
8^0 " 5:00
, >:00 " 6:10
10:1» " 7:90
11:00 " 8:00
12:00 m. 8:55
1:00 P. IL 10:0ï
2 HM ••
oi «nwT>«rv
Lea»* Ue dty at 7 L m. and ran «rary hooi onü
' P1
IMT« Wkeetieg Park 8 a. a. and ran «rary hoar
utilisa. C, HIKdCfl, aapu
CEO. R. TAYLOR.
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
Our New Stock of Spring
and Summer Goods now be
ing complete we would invite
the ladies to call early and
make their selections before
the choicest goods have been
sold. Each Department is
now replete with the Newest
and the Best.
To ladies contemplating the
purchase of a
SLACK GROS GRAIN
-OB
Jersey SilkT
We would say that the Best
Lyons Goods known are rep
resented in our immense stock.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to a particular make
of Lyons Gros Grain, theft we
control in this market, vhich
ï .
in all cases has given ijntire
satisfaction to the customer,
and being
SURE SALE
we can aflord them at a very
small advance over cost.
JERSEY SILKS
Are deservedly popular, and
can be found In our stock at
all prices from $1.25 to $2.25,
Woolen Dress Fabrics
In a great variety of combina
tion Suitings and plain goods
in the New Baize and Alderny
shades. Tricot Cloths arestili
as fashionable as ever, and
sold at lower prices than last
year.
We have just opened full
and complete lines ol
Ladies' Camb. Underwear,
Ladies' Gsuze Underwear,
Ladies' Silk Gloves andlMitts
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas,
Japanese Fans,
Autrlan Fans,
Wîiite Embroidered Robes,
Sattine Robes, all colors,
French Sattines,
Children's Emb'd Gaps.
Infants' Cloaks,
Fine Jersey Jackets.
White Flannel Suitings,
Jersey Stripes,
Lawn Tennis Suitings,
Combination Silks,
Jerse) Foulards,
Cambric Aprons, -
Cream Albatross,
Cream Laces,
Spanish Lace, 28 inch,
Lace Flouncings,
Beaded Lac<-s,
Misses' Wraps,
Boys' Shirt Waists,
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery,
Embroideries,
«
Handkerchiefs,
La00 Curtains,
Counterpane»,
Table Linen«,
All just opened and ready for
inspection.
The most desirable street
wrap oftered this spring is the
Black Embroidered Drap d'ete Mantle
We show in all qualities from
six to thirty two dollars.
VELVET GRENADINES
In new and choice designs for
Wraps and Dresses opened
THIS MORNING»
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
J. D. WINDER,
Safe and Lock Repair®
HO. au MAUI 81., WHUUXtf. W. TA.
HnriuwaMnllkkiloialii Sttaofnx
fkatoBWnilahlalKlNWL HiMhiMtM |
15 to S20^*aSS££a>n£r7
OtY OOODt*
STONE &
DRY GOODS.
I
On account of the
done in Cabpets,
great many
Ingrain and Bru
Which we will dis
A New Line
BEAUTIFUL BO
$1.00
immense business
we find we have a
Remnants of
ssels Carpets
pose of very cheap,
of those
BY BRUSSELS !
Per Yard.
STONE &
NEW
G G
O O
O
D D
Stock Complets
AND
PRICES
TO:
SUIT
THE TIMÊ8.
Brues & Coffer
L ESTABLISHED 1852.]
CARROLL & BRO.,
Granite and Marble Workers
Not. 6, 8 and 10 Sixteenth St.
(Hear Stone Bridge)
WnEELOTO, W. VA.,
Hare on haul > fine assortment of
Granite and .TIarble JlonamenU,
And the latest «tyl« ol Eastern work, which will be
Rold atremsonable prioes. aprl5egsb
BUDGIES and CARRIAGES.
DONALDSON, LEWIS & CO.,
. tUVUTACTURUUI Of
Buggiti, Carriages & Delivery Wagon
All Work Guaranteed.
Vol 1500 to 1506 MARKET 8THEET.
Ab Inspection ol oar work and prie» la solicited
at the hands ol the trad*.
R«pati-log Htatlr And Promptly Dono.
Bllludsb
PETER WELTY & CO.,
WHOLESALE UQIOBS,
1113 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
We kin raeetrad toy dlraal ligaamitew i
arft asaiiilisi lit of Rhine and M—Da wtoaas, JoIm
Vobis à Ca. CkanMM Doc ia Montateile Cbaa
i*çBe. ar.d a lam •c:pL.er.< of the eelebrated *i>
ken's Qoolla Vhtenl Mineral Water. tagathar with
a tap tBTotea frca California »ineyarta. a/ the
oldest aad baal brands o> wtne known ia Ike trade
sack a* MM*. Nalracla Beaaft«. An«rile*. Bad
Einfand«!, 4c., Ac. We are no« ■Ulna a fpoclalty
of our Case Good*, which are bottled or •* frvai
oar cboieeet braaib o! Uqnor, and to whteh we
wo« ta kindly call the atfesUaa e( the tad* *M 1
THOMAS.
BLANKBOOKS
WALL PAPER AND BORDERS,
FOREIGN &DJ ESTIC STATIONERY.
The Largest Stc*k and Greatest
Variety.
»•"Sold at the rttj lowert prloe* by
JOS. GRAVES Jfc HON,
Janl4 25 TWELFTH STEKKT,
DR. J. E. BELLEVILLE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
No. 1501 CHAPUNE STREET.
ap7»f
J. C. ALDERSON. G.W.ATKINSON.
ALDERSON & ATKINSON,
GENERAL IN8UBANCE AGENTS,
"OFFICE:
No. 51 Twelfth St., Wheeling, W. Va.
CAPITAL BEPBEti EN TED,
♦ **ï*
\ $200,000,000. \
I******************** ***¥#
* * ♦
Fire, Marine, Life, Accident, Steam Boiler
and Plate Glass. State Agents of the
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
or new Tons.
The Largest Company in the World.
ft« policies aro Better than Government
Bonds. Active and reliable agrots d»
■»ired in every county in the State.
iurl7
ALL THK NKWKHT
SHEET MUSIC
And ihr older standard publication« of Mu«ic arid
Buck», at large discount* from regular p riot*, at
SHEIB'S MUSIC STORE,
ma2 Twelfth St., under Academy of Muilc.
I>. C. LIST, Jr.,
Pork Packer,
68 Fourteenth Street«
WH£KLUftt, WKNT VA.
JBI
PARSONS'
-) MA8TBR (
PHOTOGRAPHER,
CITY.
noM
WALTER H. KIN KH A KT,
(Bucoeew to Alexander Bono, Br.)
NOTARY PUBLIC
K*«d Futato, Stork and Money Brokti
K*tate* Nettled, Hooace Ben ted, and Ren ta
«-ted.
1168 MARKET ST., TOR. TWELFTH,
Ijtlt WHCLLIKO, W, TA
BERNARD L. BUTCHER,
Attorney-at-Law and Real Estate Agent.
1308 MARKET ST., UPSTAIRS,
WHEELING, W. VA.
GollectlMU end reel eetate bat1 non attend*! to 111
tny pert of the rttate. ap'lh
IVotlee,
ABJ'FCIAL MEETING OF TFTE 8TOCK
bolder» ol the Wheeling and Harnaburg Bail
way Company 0f Wert Virginia ia hereby called to
be held on the 2#th day of Msy, 1865, at the prind
paJ offiie of the «aid company, No. 1160 Mala «tree*
in thedtyof Wheeling, Kute of Weet Virginia, tor
the purpose of eleeting Director» and all other pur
poses (or which auch meetings may l«e held.
W. F. ULSaWWAY,
K EON BARN EH,
WM.CCA RPEVTEB
GEO HOE BAIRD,
JOEL WOOD, •
W. F. PETERSON,
aprTTl Dim-tor*.
M. HEULT,
WhoUnie Grocer, Pork Fukar tjii Carer
o4 Um '-«i*btued
'Red Bird' Hams
Not. 1309 & 1311 Main St.,
WHSELUie, W. U
My ova eon «f thai
dally dint* trom my pork
Largest Stock of Genend Groceries
In too State.
80LK AODTB Ol THJB CRT VOl
Kumtoni'« Tart Powder*, ta hottta.
McNuun'i (Herr
MeAlpia'« Ogvm
Lot" lor*» fltlvor Cats Toboooo.
BtPoot'i ImwIIm Mlalng ui BtaaUwg Powém.
OMriM bmlHktm Clean,
BT. ZjO
B«jrml Pmteat I
èOKMTS aomotblnfso«. Baroateoo^fSMlflf
ho*. Wrtto*-*y. lapbaO^mdujjUaL
tim«. Ctilalorwl<lr*ty,oae^ee2^J
_
F0^®^
I «for for J^ia ^ '
"Garden Spot
Wcatid ay
Ho. IS Zace Street, lu^.
FMtiaa during to pbrrw ■
!^#^,,Ir^n« K'».n lo*!^ ij
cnaaco and will be mm thtip •** Tj
•"l _J.0.«catt
FOR s4Le
mHE tike resides« s ,. I
«L" *• —»■
Abo, the taoemcat hour«. u ^ ^ _
_«tcs
FOR SAlV'^I
PROPOSALS H tu. Kh '
•I*of the "M:p«fi. , Mfch J.) J0 '0^
i»t. tor r.*l «lite,." *,rw . T.
buildings. • tw»*,,
2d. K* pa I t«rnt, tla.-b and r*v
and tool» to manufacture ••.•mijw • *•«
reaper». ' " *.-»
: d. For pulleys b»r.rr>,
boiler*. H*
4th. For rajr« l„, b'„»„ r
or an* port of the »lore ,nl '
niiindu. ***-4;
1 Iiis i» the U«t ni.inu'irluriB • ...
»witch belongm* t«. the pi\t* ,» 4
gronnJ and d«crif tion w!| tw-U„ i.M < i
A-<£5SS
- '■** »L
STEAMBOATFÖRliiT
1^0U8-Tn(TlM INTERET lirTu.
»7.a?^
PL'IIUC AI CTIO,
01
THURSDAY. MA Y lUv
At the front door of the Court Uxim ^
\berlinjrW. ya.. at J. ^
)«*t and haifr are ihre x.irt o,j
condition l"inirnMoa «f i.. , "(
hull, US feet ; bwm.» " ,J**,
et.rjurok,- t', f^t. . ,,
f«t long; 't: feel »id*, fci ir.<lifuo,k . * I
I vi further pu tii u!»rs »j.^w "#
tualil ****!+
Highland Place, Wellsbj
Choice Building Loti For ta
TÎ1ESK 1.01* A KE 8ITT A TE W H< 'tT|u
W»ll«bury «a lb» 1'lt f» i u» »ft,;
OTerlookitiR th>' t..*n, th» »1 •••«
laxMrviU«*. tbo »n«, M Ii n.i..*U
Ihr town of Mlliito.n l 1'aisH*.!:, r*. • *1 1(
diatanir. mi l »if within Mi uunuu» «vi» »,
the W« ll*liurf<>f i .i/carrl. • 4c,»u
the high wiit. r ii. irk ol l««l, and ar»»V v.,
Ihr g.ii msiii« on I'll A'âi.t um. i » . <•„»
hvwtiK'K' «• d i1h> • :u Hi. ( if I |.
plunk walk. Addrr* W M
UiaTb Wflli' -rj. « tj
Public Sale of Real Proper
TN pirmani > <>i nu ,u-ii., , ^
1 in in«11 ) I <iii I* ■ : tfc# , ,
VWif' lin« nia.1» on th* .1 J .y \
null in I hiMt-rr lin i, m | ; i , ,
McCurdy ii aduili rrit.w i« |. . i •
MiCuidy »nd nth«r» •.«'Ii ii ii liali I« <
HAT! Hl>AV,THKt3d I».k\ «H *\\ t
cotuuirm i ne ftt I" o'ol* k a « »t [■ ,
tton, nt th» inn.t «(••■•r • : th» «•. ,
munty, tin |oll..»ti'K J.»i .1 rv. I-11
ii to * mi • I hr ii-nh . i.r I I ii ,
M>r<*Dt* -fiTi' ' In l>i* • «-H • 14 I1 ' »
Yk bi«-liri|f. toi;»th»r «ittill, u » ;ui| • *
on or tbfreto t«longing.
J I K** OK f*M l»tv h>" . 1 •'*
rnonij and *» nni. Ii m icMtiifii i.jf .4
, 4-h I D tl.i day o. r • .it' nmtn.. (
ycur. mith inl»n»t lrx-i i th» du • J
t liin'r citing h i not-- t-r tb» %4
Aiid ÜJ« ÜÜC be ID** ret*. . M M X" uni» !»«*►<
BtJkVMklnOk
r|<tltl Ctat.»*««
I boi»by <*rttfy tb«t h rib*. t- .ft -il
«at i »I# m' (i.nn.ii- iii'» *•.. i *m
a» required Ii' Ii». rM' A ' 'AtttK. j
ap'iît Clerk ol th«1 Mu:u:|i»t O-urt': W*»4||
• TRUSTEES SAIL
ON BATl'RfiA V. TilK Hi :Timi Pit 1
M A V, U>.\, I« (iliiii: g at : • ,
tin* (n ni di-or ol th' 11> n: It * ' »4j
Weal Mruint«, by »trim- s •* J oftr.' u
»ltd i'ifi ut.d IJ M m K (v • -^4
hi» * Iii-. tu tin' tiDil. r-i.nel n • ••», * r it ii
thr 2Sd dar ol Nniin.l^r n.4 i|
otbre of in» cl»tk el ib» i »mil? i»*n • «
.in u.U. I \ ;i .',i m I -*4 »' Tr.i; Ml
11», hi ni»:* nutul« ii-d t;.rc h r tt>.i ni •«
thr»«' fiundrnl arnl t*o I »i:K I »• i >«m
th» J.'llowlH(f ilr»rrllH.1 f rn^'f'l. lo •;! « Ik
«rrtalll |iiin "! i It.'l III ,r t.! t • ..««irilatl
*:rr»t, In thf cit) '.I Hlir-lm 'i. « •*»'.< •«
v 11 ftin lit, that I- to sir ih' f. »t, <J fa ».. -f
thiity.l»o :U «lid ibirif (■.» : • Mn«
dltiulltothi' ut/ni <ih»aiitii »I tl> 'jw 4 i
iliiti' of Mild (lu i ni trn-i n.rnlx «all
»«lit Win. K I.l>"ti lid M*rj J. »»« <r<«
with th«- » Uililn y« i l it. |.r,»«».c» t 'nm ■
th«1 «|'purl«-imO<f» tb»i* ui. in l> «<1ii(, «t: I
mni» I liiprrty inntrt»ll(i thru.l** I IM
and M;iry J Hou I » wrnl ii»-h 4«W f^l
tiTrly, Jtnuarv cib, 1» . M»i .VA »H I
*«*riib»r \'Ut, 1*71», and ol ri^ .rlia iW •*■»*!
clrrk ol th<' O'U'ity • 'ourt «( ' tii..«' K*ty W» •
y'nU, In Inmt l*« I» p»r» >1, •» 8H
377, and No «'.'» tmf» Vi7n«i«"it»»Jy
IKKMH OK < 'oMfilrd I«» r*«
»r<iu»y and aa murh ir«N u tb»
tlni/rni-h in hand, tb» ri«Mu»!f«
»»t, In two K)ual Inatalmrfii» f»f * » ••
two T«-ara rniKi tln v troia lh» é«f - J
I'urtfca I r bi n *» Mil»', «i b
th» di(»rr»d | ay nun»« and II» l»f» »»*'
lairml until thi |iuri lia*' non» • »•'< " '*
Titl» ll»ll»viil III l< (»«(»- ' "• 14»"
I will lonti'y onl< tu< n iltl «* ""••J.*!"
Mid d<*tl ol lru»t WM M Kl< HilJ"
p'.«
Wm. H. IIali hh, Amtl s -ef, »'
Short Creek Farm for S*
THk YK KM K NoWN 11 THE/I** *U
It one Hfct » Uli ul rllhoul '.M "» •' 4
Ug 221 arrr« and a P>.l<« HI ut»i<» U
P. W. * KV. II. H. :
« *n 1U front ar.<J 1UH . '•»< *i ti> t**/ *4
■ r. Una't" »«Il j.nrrh»»* l'ï 't-o '* H
! ,000 apple t/wti *»f Ihr qaaill? *1 jtM ¥
and othar frull tram l'1» M* *
I mo «( Km nr OvAU
The rrtn Mai» 5Sfrri 'hlrk
for/urlbt-r particular» «ppir to r **"J
ho 711 Ma/k* »twa«, WW»* • ^
FOR MUT.
i rt
XT'OR I'.KMT—A UK" K BT.!^L,j2|7
f horwa, 1129 Châf-U' if«- *"■ '
Main aim*.
T^AKM F»)R KK^T A FtKtfOfJUi'rf
A. »'«>ol tbreo n.Ih fro« TiUdâpèl». «a Ê0
v h^lli.K rr»«*. »J
•»»•J'aldj o/ fr M.
JWl Mala itmt. a*..« a
FOR RENT.
\f v nsjc a,r*m Kownrei <r r
i.Fi I> ( ht nl>I fit'lot of! WyoDtf. f»***
a»d BaJlltoon u*t* vt m*m r*m.$4
/** 4X,d ou:»'* l«u M, a****
911, U+rtbrt With »taMll» u4 J«*»«»
«• »»Bt a*(«r«t»t/ froaa VU aa* " —
*•**. aj ib* t*caoi n.tr prr'.rr
A lao, my la.-/» Brirlr OwtOitf la I
"oouiolnr «I rooaaa aaf r«r»a. «7 i
»•Ur at to* door, «»ood l«caat<aaa w
bo*b at modéra e rai«a. _ i
nrjO f t llMMtUJ
NOTICE. .
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wifl ba adraooci on tumk> Wl »'a •* *
matter* e> maiiuM >o m; ®r» iaw»»r^
aad caxc/aJ atruo::. • ^ r„f„
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