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TUSPAY. MAI **. IBBsT
Vu to* lli'tso be. i-ieathed $10,000 of his
property to the poor.
G85. Lex:ax was to near drowning that
the Republicans can hardly realise he is
safely oct of the water.
The Navy wants revitalizing. It is nearly
dead Whitxkt has young blood. Stand '
out of the way and give the boy a chance..
Talmaue says that tinkering with the j
Bible is like some nl'ernal ioonoclaat trying
to improve the paintings of a Ri bkxs or a
Rai'Haei..
9i xator Edmund« contemplates bringing j
a bill before the next session of Congress to
assist all Indians, who so desire, to become
American citizens.
! ~~
Secretary Whitney appears to kao* a !
Douus when he sees one. He also knows
something about splicing the main brace, I
and that Roach don t deserve his grog until
he earns it.
Ix Watauga county. North Carolina, Mrs.
Mary McNeely died recently, aged 111
year=. She was born in that county in
1774 on land then owned by I>aniel Boone.
She preserved good health until two year«
ago. Htr age is perfectly well authentic*
ted. _
The newest addition to the advantages of
Yale College ia a detective, who keep* a
rtcord 01 'he class marks of the students,
the quantity of aîimulants he'uses, the
names of the girls he is sweet on, the num
ber of times he is arrested, the amount of
his fines, etc.
The Grand Army boys are fighting their j
battles o'er again, but instead of attacking
mess pork, and raw at that, garnished with
sou e old hard tack, they are sampling the
toothsome lucclei that onnoisseur Mir
tin so temptingly displays to their gastro
nomic satisfaction.
Nkw Yoke merchants are now discussing '
the question, Shall a Saturday half holiday
be given to employes throughout the sum
mer months ? Such a measure would make
the heart of the wearied help beat for joy,
and he would work all the harder the other
five and a halt days.
The locos: plague in California threatens
to become worse than in former years. The
locust are destroying the vegetation and
filling the springs and wells from which the
people draw suppliea of water for them
selves and s'ock. They are making their
appearance in Kaatern Pennsylvania.
The G. 0 P. of Illinois, aforetime was
cot in the babit of making such a fuss over
a I en that brought forth but one chicken at
a setting. Looax made his election by a
scratch and the political hacks have gone
wild over it. Two years hence you can put
Illinois down as a Democratic State. Also
Iowa and Minnesota.
The members of the Mexican press will j
make an excursion through our country |
next month. This cannot fail to be of in- j
teres* and importance to both republics. It
will be the means of giving each country a
better knowledge of the institutions, re- i
source# and business interests of the other, !
and will no doubt do much toward estab- '
lishing friendly relations and in increasing
commercial intercourse.
The United States, as well as Russia, is !
likely to have a boundary dispute with Kn
gland. The treaty between England and
Russia, made in 1325, for the purpo3e of '
defining the boundary between Alaska and ;
the Northwest Territory, is reported by an
officer of the Coast Survey to be so faulty '
in scientific precision that there are grave
doubts whother a considerable extent of
border territory belong to Kngland or the
United States.
The commencement exercises of Wa.su
isctox and Lee University begin Sunday,
•lune 14, with the baccalaureate sermon by
Rev. John* Ham, D. D., of New York. On
Monday occur the annual regatta and the
final celebration of literary societies; on
Tuesday meet the Board of Trustees and j
the Alumni Association, also the reunion of
Alumni and banquet take place. On Wed
nesday the diplomas, certificates and prizes
are to be awarded, and a centennial poem
by Mrs. Mawarst J. Prestox is to be
read by Col. J. T. L. Prestos. The exer
cises will close with a final ball.
lin Kin, a Chinese student, discoursed ;
in a Methodis: pulpit at Pittsburg Sunday
evening, on "China, its People. Customs and
Religions Needs.
Hul Kin came to America in l;<72. He }
speaks Knglish with ease and his Ulk was
listened to with, marked attention and in
terest. He said of China: ' This word is
unknown amon^ the Chinese. They have
several names for their country, the moat
common ones being those which being
translated mean, l'he Middle Kingdom' and
the 'Central Flowery Kingdom.' These •
names signify the belief that it is centre of
of the world, geographically, and also that it |
is the great central light of civilization, cul
ture and art."
\)s Thursday next a municipal judge is
to be electea *nd the loan ordinance is to
be voted upon. JudgC Jewkes, the pres
ent efficient incumbent, is the only candi«
date the Register ia aware of. Democrats,
however, ought not to stay &way from the
polls because there appears to be
no opposition. . On the contrary,
they ought to vote if for no other
purpose but to indicate their appreciation
oi a faithful public officer. It is likely the
question of loan or no loan will bring ou
quite a number of votera, and in voting for
the one let the voters show their interest in
the judgeship by voting also for
the candidate. It ' require« a
three-fin ha vote to authorize
the loan and all citizens who are in favor of 1
extricating the city out of her present finan
cial difficulties ought not to stay at home.
Those who are opposed to it will certainly
vote. Those in favor should not intrust to
others what a duty imposes on them. Let
all citizens vote either one way or the other.
Let there be a full rote and a genuine ex
r e iii&i of the wishes of the people.
OOOD AD TT OK
Ssrs the Weiten Democrat: From the
want' of sufficient rain daring this month,
the meadows are exceedingly backward, and
if it shonld even be Masonabte from this
oat, we cannot hope for a full hay crop this
season, and it wQl be viae in our farmers to
recognize this fact and endeavor to pro
vide against a scarcity of teed for next win
ter. Some of oar tarnen are preparing to
raise a crop cf millet The seed cost from
$1.00 to $1.90 per bushel, the latter figures
represents the best quality, and we
woald advise using the best seed.
It can be sown any time between
now and the 10th of July. It requires a half
bushel of seed to the acre and i
cured and stacked as hay; but the stacks
she aid be topped with nay as the millet
dots not turn water so well as hay. Those
who do not wish to try millet can get a good
substitute for hay by planting corn in drills;
or seme sow it broadcast with excellent re
salt. If the ground is rich it is probably
better to sow broadcast, but if it should be
thin land drilling would be better. The
millet might be sown on wheat ground as
soon as the wheat is harvested.
This advice is both sensible aud timely,
and the farmers everywhere that the advice
is applicable, ought not to neglect it It
will be well to remember the inconvenience
and expense of procuring food for stock dur
ing last winter, because of the season's un
usual length and severity, and consequent
shortage, and also the great loss of stock in
several counties for want of the necessary
food. Farmers iu theee counties have not yet
recovered from the loss caused by this
scarcity. Among many, both stock and
funds are gone. They cannot afford to un
dergo another such ordeal. Should there
be a drought this year it would be very diffi
cult, and in many places almost impossible
to obtain food. Our farmers should use
every opportunity offered to lay up suffi
cient supplies for next winter, and thus
avert a repetition of 'ast winter's disaster.
Anothkr hope of she Mormon polygamists
is gone. The decision ot the U. S. Supreme
Court last March took away their hope that
the Kdmcxps law is unconstitutional, and
that they would be ailowed to continue their
practices unmolested. Since this resulted so
they hoped to have a retreat among the
Yaqui Indians of Northern Mexico, and they
made a treaty with them and got permission
to form settlements upon their lands. But
these Indians are now reported conquered
by the Mexicans, and polygamists must
look for some other congenial clime.
from two to four tons per acre.
Iii» Rer. Dr. D« Hats.
Jirani'yn Tim's.
The former pastor of the Centra! M. E
Church, ?he Kev I>r. F. S. De Hass, who
hu« gained so much fame both as a writer
acd lecturer on Oriental lands and scenery,
has taken up his abode at Martin's Ferry,
• n the Ohio aide of the river, in Belmont
count v, about a mile above Wheeling, West
Y a. He ones there a beautiful country seat
— a fine residence of almost palatial proper
tiens—with a farm of nearly 200 acres, part
of which is most valuable river bottom land.
Mr. De Haas came into possession of this
farm in a most singular and unexpected
way. Some jears ago a special friend and
relative, who owned the place and who had
fitted it up with great care* and
at a large outlay of money,
ar.d who was interested in neighboring
manufacturing industries, became heavily
involved. The time came when the prop
erty had to be sacrificed, and at the solicita
tion of the owner Mr. De Haas bought the
property with the vie* of saving it. hoping
that in a short time the owner would be
able to redeem it. The disaster to the
friend proved so extensive and so thorough
that this hope ha« never been realized, and
cow Mr. De Ilass is in possession of a great
estate. lie finds himself reconciled to the
situation by the fact that ne has been
able to pay for the place in full; that
it is therefore clear of all incumbrances,
ard as he himself has attained to an age
when the exacting labors of a parish are be
coming more or less irksome, he can make
this attractive country home his resort, and
rtst in advancing years. The writer of this
spent an afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. De
Mass at their Martin's Ferry home on Mon
day last, and found them both in the best of
hralth and spirits. Mr. De Hass was on
the eve of departing on a six weeks' trip
through the West on a lecturing and preach
ing tour.
This ltt .it» the Old Button Trit-lt. *
B'i'm TVctWrr.
"I Keg your pardon,'' said a slouchily
dressed individual, reaching for a bur whicci
ad her red to the coat sleeve of a gentleman
just ahead of him; "theres a bur on your
coat, sir; permit me to remove it."
"Thank you; no consequence, ' said the
gentleman, himself removing the bur. The
iroptcuoious cne struck an attitude, told
the regulation story of hnnger and preferred
a rennest of 10 cents with whicn to buy ;
breau. He got the money, but still lingered.
' What is it, my man ? asked the gentle
man. "Please, sir," replied the tramp,
"jou have my bar in vour hand. I'd like
it. if you please. It is my capital you
know. ' "Your capital "Yes. my capi
tal ; you see, I stick it on to a cove what
lccks downy, you know, and then I step up
and takes it off. Sometimes I only gets
th*Dks for my trouble, and sometimes I
den't get that much; and then some of em
comes down handsome. Yes, boss, that's
my capital; couldn't do business without it;
hate to shut up shop, you know."
A Suggestiou the Girl* Will Not lake.
/brrii-'otrn tl^ruUL ■
A Ceorgia hen has laid an egg shapsd
like a dumb-bell, and a fowl in thia State
has evolved an egg as flat as a plate, orna
mented with filigree work. Now that hens
have embarked in the business of decora
tive art—placque painting, etc , it is feared
that the fashionable giri s occupation will
soon be one—though she might assist her
mother to perform her household aad cul
inary duties—an art in which she need ap
prehend no competition from the enterpris
ing hen.
Spartan Economy.
Is'uisritte Qturier JbfUflf.
When Philip of Maeedon wrote to the
Spartan ephors: "If 1 enter Laeonia 1 will
level Laced;* mon to the ground," he re
ceived lor anawer the aiagle but insignifi
cant word "If." Telegraph rates between
Macedon and Laced:rmon must have been
unasually high.
Onick at Pifure-.
Xefc lori Sl .
Young Feat her Ij (to hoste«»)—"You have
children, have jot; not, Mrs. B'f
Mrs. B.—"Oh, jee I bave a boy" years
old. and a little girl of 3."
Young Featherlv (astounded)—"Ideclare
how time dies I It doesn't seem possible
that you have been married twelve years."
The smokers of the Richmond Straight
Cnt Cigarettes will be interesting to know
that they are now also packed loose in neat
card board boxes containing tifty.
DIED.
GOOD-Oa Saturday, May 73. at to p. m., Jeu A
S., joungert daughter of the late M. C. Good.
Friends art lavited to attend the fanerai servie««
at the family residence, Tue«Uay afternoon at three
o'clock.' Interment private.
COUtlU AN—Sunday, May 24th, 138... at 4:13
o'clock & m Mu. mau CoaaioAx, in the Slat year
of hia age.
Funeral from his Ute redden« in Maiahall coun*
ty, Tuesday aoraiog at 3 o'clock. Servie«« will be
held at the Church of the Immaculate Conception
at 9.30 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Calvary caaeteij.
Friend« are invited to attend.
MI&KLS—On Monday, May î>th, at 7:10 a. m.,
Fb»:p, tola *oo of Henry And l^lssie Merkte, a;el
t yenr, 6 mouth» and 10 days.
Fanerai aerricee at the family reaideace, No. 39
South Brand way. this afternoon at ^ «'clock. Inter
sent privai*.
O'GARA—Monday, May 25th. 13SS, at 1.31 a m.,
Bat ix. BT 0*Gasa, in the 33th year of her a**
Funeral from b«r rw.idenoe. No. 176 Seventeenth
atmt, laeaiay mora inf. at *:3» o'clock. Swicee
at the. CatfcAital at • o'clock Iatermeot M Mu
Calvary tnwiHr y. Fneoli are invited to attend.
NKW ADVIRTiSIMINTS.
Fob bent-o*e fokmshbd bo m af
ply at 1063 Mala street. * mjV<*
O LBT-TWO BOOMS, 05B FDBNISHBD
and one uufmnlshed. Apjdy at 1313 Market
■trat, «y26q
Y)1AN0 FOB SALE—A BBOADWOOD PIAWO.
MT ia good ordtr, wUl be aeid cheap. Out be seen
»t SBEiB'S Music Store, Ct Twelfth street. my26q
"VITANTED -BOY3, WITH «15 00 SE< UBITY,
T f to rua as neve «zeat on rai real. Apply
CSIOK NEWS CO., B. é O. depot. mjiit
■70S SALE-BUUOIES, PHAEIOB9, CAB.
L riases and Spring Wagons at rcdaoed price«.
. W. F&RKSL, cor Main and Iwenty-tirrt streets.
msl4h ■
NOTICE.
A BUSINESS MEETING OF THE ALUMN E
Association of the Wheelia: Femil» College
wilt be held at the College Wednesday, M-> 27, at
:i^0p.n. n'.-2Sq
NOTICE.
01 FBI BY WILL STAND, AS Fl EST AD
ll vertistd, the two first days of each week
(Monday and Tuesday) at Joseph B. Wilton's, and
■n Wednesday at John Labytr's.
JOHN W. NICHOLS.
I CE.
1ITE ABE PBBPABED TO PI RN1SH THE
* » public with a Fine Quality ol lit, either by
whe'frale or retail, at the very '»»eft prices. Tele
phone or address KOfcHLlNE BB'»S„
Bridgeport, Ohio.
Wc make a specialty of furnishing private lamllics
mv_*a
NOTICE, 6LASSW0RKERS.
rjiHE MEMBERS Or LOCAL UNION NO. 9, A.
>. O. W. Ü., will meet at Labor Hall, Eighth ward,
at 1 o'clock, this (Tuesday) a ternoon, to attend the
an«rat 01 our deceased brother, Joseph Powers.
By order of SEC BE i'ARY.
'"»•«>1
CHAMBER SETS,
IN ALL STYLES AND COLORS OF DECORA
ti«n, Ju»t Received.
EWING BHOS.,
rajlS Market St , opp. McLure Haute.
1.-10K CINCINNATI AN1> INTERMEDIATE
2 points, the line stern wheel pu.t»enger strainer
>KW ANDES,
Chas. Ml'hi. km an Mastei
M. F. Noll Clerk
Leaves to-morrow (IUESDAY). Mar 25th, at3 p
m. Piase.igers and freight receipted through to all
points West or South. For freight or partage apply
on bt>ard and to
mat." FRANK BOOTH, Agent.
GE0R6E t. DURST,
Manufacturer ty Steam Power of
ICE CREAM AND WATER ICES
S|>ecia! Prîtes to Picnics.
XXX3 MarlLOt Street.
ncatit
"Parker Gun Club."
rpo ACfOHMODATE THOSE WHO WI-H TO
1 buy a good Gun on easy terms, I will organ
ize a
Club of Filly Member*,
And run it on the rame prim iplc as a watch club
Call at once ana see the
New Model Parker Gun.
And join the Club, at
DILLON'S JEWELRY STORE,
taj25 l'ÎS.'l MARKET STRKET.
WIIITH MOUNTAIN
IGE CREAM FREEZERS
AT
NoslDltt dj Bro.'s,
m»2i SOLE AliENTS, WHEELING, W. VA.
NOTICE.
1 HEREBY INFORM MY FRIENDS AND
jL the public that I atu now j.repnred to do a Kea!
t »täte and General Stock Brokerage Basinets, at nij
otoce, corner of Thirteenth auJ Eort streets, thü
city. When necessary, money at reasonaMe rate» I
wi 11« advanced on stocks left with m« for sale. All :
matters committed to inj care will receive prompt
and careful a'.teutiou.
THOS O'BRIEN,
.Notary Publie, Real Ettit' and Stock ftr.iker, and
Steamship Agent. Telephone, fio. 47>.
ma4c
Pure loo Croam
A.VD
* WATER ICES,
ALL FLAVORS'.
Everything clean. neat and new. If you try ut
once you will come again, at
Goin Candy Kitchon
mySOabeAd *26 E'evcnth Street.
CHAPLINE STREET RINK,
C hant e ior a Ifaiitlsouic l'ri/.e.
Beginning with Mav 1st and continuing sixty
days, cach purchaser of a ticket ol »diiiissiou to thl*
rink will be present»! with a coupon entitling said
purchaser to achance in the following prizes:
First—A handsome chamber « t of decorated oak
furniture, now on exhibition at Mendel's.
Second—Handsome china dinner an 1 tea let com
bined, on exhibition at Ewliis Bros.'
Third—A beautiful polished brass centre tab.e, oc
exhibition at Dillon's.
Fourth—Elegtnt silfer Ice pitcher, on exhibition
it Frmnzheim'a.
Thursday Night, May 28—Sunflower Carnival
ami Prize Drawing.
Saturday Night, >lt»y :H>—Carnival for Benefit
of F.ighth Ward Fire Company. ma.t
NEWEST DESIGNS
IN
FURNITURE
FOR ALI. C8ES.
PARLOR, LIBRARY. BED-RUUN,
ALI. MADE TO WEAR.
C. Mendel & Co.
SEK OUR
Drapery Department
And yon will see Eveiyti.ing Deniable iu
CURTAINS & FORTIESES
At prices that will prove an inducement.
G. Mendel & Co.
Ol R STORK I» FI LL
Genuine Bare« I!
AND ALL
DEPARTMENTS
Contain Complété Stocks of Low Priced (toods.
G. Mendel & Co.,
1124 Main Street.
—y9i
BLANK BOOKS !
ALL SIZES AND STYLES,
-AT—
jr. B. WILSON'S
mrlT 1333 MARKET STREET.
FINE GIFT BOOKS!
We hare an unusually good assortment of
BOOKS IX FIXE BIXDIXUS
tor Commencement, Birthday or W*ldin* Presen to,
in Tree Caif, Morocco. Alligator Plush, Ac.
Stanton 3c Davenport,
mai Utt Market Stew..
WKW AOV»mttW»«T<:
ßartuaanra klk akd rwut ha»
naraM tomMtitrlait MkntMbnM
by Wb. Qnlmnkj, tke Pnwtiml Um, HB
bargh, h, Um fov «ta with lit Tort Hit
BIiwi hay, M WUlMBth «fat. Wheeling. aoUa*
Hats aad P—tti Made to Ort*
TV AKT DiaUUED 8TYLB-V1W TOR* SAS
X Blsaahsry, Ko. M Sixteenth 8t, Wheatla», W
Vi. Ladite' aad WW Straw, Ckip, Fait mi
Bearer Bat», «te., altered, bleached, oolored aad to
lahed la Um lata« atylee proaptly. Miuinaa* wort
done at araal diseooat. Patrenage respectfully m
aOW
McLAIN'S CORN KILLER
Ii acknowledged by ererjr one using it as the
best remedy ever known.
EVERT BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
Sold by most dealer*. Manufactured by
MoUaln Brothers,
mal1? Druggists, Wheeling, W. Va.
Ol R LIXE OF
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
19 VERT ATTRACTIVE.
D. GUNDIilÄTG cfc CO.
nuCJeJdh 3C Twelfth 81reet.
ELiE&AIMT
Second-Hand Pianos and Organs
Ot celebrated makes, at low prices and on easy
terms, at
SHEIB'S MUSIC STORE,
ma2 Twelfth St., under Academy of Music.
EASTWARD, HO ! !
WORLD'S EXHIBITION,
Antwerp, Belgium.
Open From Now Until October 6, '85.
i'aMage tiiketa by the Beil Star line at Lowest price
for Atwerp direct, at H. F. BEilUKNS',
Steamship Agent and Grower,
2217 and 221» MARKET STKEET.
South Branch St ere, 8601 JACOB STREET. mairi
ICE! ICE! ICE! \CEl
C. SEIBERT & SONS
Are prepare! to furnish the finest quality ol Ic ; at
I he lowest ra e<. Leave orders at their office 1700
Market street, six dours b»k>w Postohce. Ice De
pot open e»ery day. Sunday ireiudM Te'.eph >ne
connection. Branch Office, 11C9 Market street. Or
der« by mail promptly attended to. ma21be*d
STONEWARE.
10,000 GALLONS
Pennsylvania Sinneware !
J ars, J-.', gallon to 'JO gallons.
BaUer Pots, % gallon to 15 iaJii>os.
Milk Pans, V.%, 1,1% Mn<l 2 galI<M*i.
.lugs, \U falloii to 5 galions.
Tl. jr. SMYTH,
ma» Cor. Market and Fourteenth Streets.
BUGGIES and CARRIAGES.
DONALDSON, LEWIS & CO.,
1LÂK CPACTUKKRS OP
?uggie;, Carriages&Deliv8fy Wajons
All Work Guaranteed.
Nos. 1300 to 150G MARKET ST BE ET.
An inspection of oar work and prices is solicited
at the hands of the trade.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done,
•rtlejkdsh
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.
AU tlie Sizes in
Children's Gauze Shiits,
Long and Short Sleeves.
Lace Curtains!
Parasols and Jerseys!
In all the Qualities*.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
ai«8
ORANGES AND BANANAS !
ONE H IN DREI) BOXES
California OrnnjfeH,
Sixty Bunches of BANANAS, Just Re
ceived by
Nicholas Schulz
wit r.l? MARKET STREET.
REDUCED PRICES
Tu Suit the Times.
BEST (AB1XET PHOTOGRAPHS.
1 Doze n .Ç2 50
>i Do/cm 1 90
Uuaraoteed at
BRO W N'S,
m y G MARKETSTREET.
nULLtlf ÖKAILä.
A GOOD VARIETY.
Prices and Styles to Suit All.
Al«o, Skate Bags and Strap*.
O. B. QÜXMBT,
Bookseller and Newadealer,
aplS No. 1414 Market Street.
WHEELING PAPER WAREHOUSE.
RORLVSOX. FA RIS A < ().,
Manufacturera and IValera in ererjr variety of PA
1 ER. No. 1427 MAIN 8TREET,
Telephone, 311, Wheeling, W. Va.
Highest cash price paid lor Bags, Paper and Old
Eooka. myl9tt
Refrigerators,
OF HABDWOOD, TBE BK8X IN THE
market. Also,
WATER COOLERS, ICE CREAM
FREEZERS. GAS AND OIL
STOVES, 4c.
AU fi rat quality goods and low prices, at
C. £. STIFKL & SONS',
ina!9 1021 M ATM STREET.
WALL PAPER!
BORDERS,
CEILING DECORATIONS
-AND
WINDOW SHADES !
Juat rcmved, an entire New Block in Great Va isty
and ol the latest Dcaigns, odered at tha
LOWEST PRICES!
Inspection Retpectful'y invited.
JKTO. FRIEDBZi,
11SO ML a In Street.
mais
OlO. M. TAVLOIt.
CEO. ILJAYLOR.
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
BLACK GROS GRAIN
-OK
Jersey Silk?
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, that we
control in this market, which
in all cases has given entire
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 are still
as fashionable as ever, and
sold at lower prices than last
year.
We have just opened full
and complete lines ol
Indies' Camb. Underwear,
Ladies' Gsuze Underwear,
Ladles' Silk Gloves andlMitts
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas,
Japanese Fans,
Autrian Fans,
White 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 Laces,
Misses' Wraps,
Boys' Shirt Waists,
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery,
Embroideries,
Handkerchiefs,
Lace CurtniuM,
Countcrpaut's,
Table Linen«,
All just opened and ready for
inspection.
The most desirable street
wrap offered this spring is the
Black EmbroiArad Drap d'eta Manila
We show in all qualities from
six to thirty two dollars.
VELVET GRENADINES
In new and choice designs for
Wraps and Dresses opened
THUS MORNING.
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
&• Dt WINDER,
Safe and Lock Repairei
va su aLU> ei., WHnusre, w. ta.
HevtndMoand-taniafttetaMü«. 8*.'« oy
wlian mnMaatttt k l*ct tt toaM, Hiali te* M
;s te tmssssssstrism
MY OOO0S*
DRY GOODS.
STONE &
Ï
I
I - ■
On account of the
done in Carpets,
great many :
Ingrain and Bru
Which we will dis
A New Line
BEAUTIFUL BU
At #1.00
immense business
we find we have a
Remnants of .
ssels Carpets
pose of very cheap,
of those
BY BRUSSELS !
Fer Yard.
STONE ft THOMAS.
mjt
NEW
G G
O O
O
D D
S S
AND
PRICES
TO
SUIT
THE TIMES.
Brues & Coffer
[ESTABLISHED 1S52.]
CARHOLL & BRO.,
Granile and Marble Workers
INos. 6, 8 and 10 Sixteenth St
(Hear Stone Bridge)
WHEELING, W. VA.,
H«tp on hand a fine aaaortmcnt o?
Granite and Marble Honmnenta,
And the latent ntylca of Entera work, which will t*
«old at reasonable" prices. aprl'iegab
THE GENUINE
His the name of K. H. LIST, Manufacturer, oi
erery box aad can.
LOOK OUT FOR A BASE IMITATION.
B. H. LIST, K*k .VanilMtirer,
ap22 1010 Main Street, Wheeling.
PETER WELTY & CO.,
WHOLESALE LIQUOBfl,
1113 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
W« km wtiil
JSE.3
Una * Oa. Dm «al
I *11». Mil a tori itlwiéil ni tha
haaa^ QNÜa Hahnl Waaral Warn .
t laixß iwaotoa tram Chfl terato Ttaaiatda, ti tha
•Mart art hart tan* « «tea tann to tha täte
anah « Mtota, MiMft, Wn Hit, AafaHaft,Bel
Z.r.'uidel, Ac., he. Wi hi —w rnktaf aiiaolftlty
of «or Caaa <«x>da, which an WttMVj at trom
onT choice»*. bnala of liquor, ui ta whtoh va
wo*lu kindly all tha attonur« of tha traft. Ml
BLANKBOOKS
WALL PAPER AND BORDERS,
FOREIGN & 03 ESTIC STATIONERY.
The Largeêt Stock and Greatest
Variety.
WSold at th« Tvy low«» prioei by
«JOS. GRAVES & HOIV,
JtnM TWELFTH 81KKÜT,
DR. J. E. BELLEVILLE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
No. 1501 CHAPLINE STREET.
>pTaf
J. C. ALDERSON. G.W.ATKINSON.
ALDERSON & ATKINSON,
(JENE UAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
OFFICE:
No. 51 Twelfth St., Wheeling, W. Va.
CAPITAL ELFRESENTEL),
I $200,000,000,1
»ft«*«)******»*******»**»**
* * *
Fire, Marine, Life, Accident, Steam Boiler
and Hate Glass. State Agtnta of the
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
The Largest Company in the World.
Its policies are Better than Government
Bonds. Active and reliable agents dfr
aired in every county in the State.
mrl7
ALL TUE NEWEST
»DEEIT MUSIC
Au l the olA'r otand.ird publication* of Mmic anil
Book», at large discount» from regular |>ri> <•», at
SHEIB'S MUSIC STORE,
ma2 Twelfth St., undo Aradcuiy of Mmic.
I>. O. LIST, Jr.,
Pork Packer,
88 Fourteenth Street,
WHKEL1NU, WENT VA.
1«!
PARSONS'
-) MJLBTZin. (
PHOTOGRAPHER,
CITY.
IJ0Ä1 *
WALTER H. R1NEHAUT,
(Bow— to Alexander Bona, fir.)
NOTARY PUBLIO
BmI Eatate, Stock and Money Broker
buta Ht-tiled, Bonaaa Itented, and R«nM
•«cted.
11« MARIET ST., 00 R. TWELFTH,
frti* wheel»«, w. ta
BERNARD L. BUTCHER,
Attorney-at-Law and Real Estate Agent.
1308 MARKET ST., UPSTAIRS,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Oo.'lertleuj and rati eatate buaineaa attended to in
any pencil the Slate. apllh
Notice.
A SPECIAL MBBTINO OF *THK STOCK*
hold'-ri of tli* Wfwling and Hfrrliburg Rail
way Ccm|iany of West Virginia ii h«*r»'by called to
U- beld on the 28th day of May, 18S5, at the prinei
pal office of the »aid company, No. I ISO Main »treet
in thecity of Wheeling, HUle of Weet Virginia, for
the purpoae of electing Directora and all other pur
poor« for «rbirh »nch meeting* way I* held.
W. F. IUMS1HWAY,
BEON BARNIM,
WM. C. CARPENTER
KFjOR'.E BAIBI»,
JOKL WOOD,
W. F. PETERSON,
apr27l I'.re-tori.
M. REILLY,
Wkol«eale Oroear, Pork Paste and Cam
of UuUItbnM
'Red Bird' Hams
No*. 1309 & 1311 Mala St,
VHBUMi W. TA.
My on m at «Mm ImW Marti
teilj dira* troai aty »art >— m Maaifcaafr.
Lirgott Stock of Goooral Qr—trfci
lo tte State,
sols AQunn a ran cnr vob
fa T«
rtter
I Outran
JUaavG*. . .. _ .
D*PWitaaa»artfa«,Mtalacaa4 WaaMf Pw*r.
BT. XjO
Royal Patr atl
Bronaon'a Ml
Ä^iss».',sJraÄÄ^
In Tack.
. ctHUct print!»«
Ol bad um. Will Uka on an «.«ht >
book lorm 1« food oomdMoc. Apply J
||M
FOR N A.l
THE BOAT STol
T OFFER THAT RELIABLE ANI» 1
I known »land (or »ale, corner of T« I
Water street«, kn-wn as -Koth « ls*i «J
ha* a jp'.»nd\J run at ci.«tom ir a t'ie
i>l) in* river, and »a kuown to i
otx tbe rim.
TERMS VERY KMOIUli
1 wish to cloaeoat In oolar to ? > iw.> j
in«*. For i>aniou ars ai-ptt »o i rtvNk
it Storr.
at the B».it
FOR SAIiQ.]
I Off for Ji t the
*« Gnrdcn Spot Hakoi
LOCATKD AT
No. 18 /an« Street, Inland, i
l'arti«a deatiing to parrhav »if. tJ
ate r. l^-od rea*»r% girrn tot s
cbaûoe and will be sold c!i. a,>
niiHq J.O. 8 HE*ERL
"for SALE.
TUK FIfcE RESIDENCE S'tW ou
by Dr. Bardeaty, corter Twetfi
itreet.
Also, the dwelling adjoininj a-. l aas
fcofl a'reet.
Alao, tbe tanguent bou«n at No ?» \U-kJ
JAMtS U HAWU
oirT Ne.li»!
STEAMBOAT FOR SAul
F Ol'R-TENT1H INTEREST <)V T:ik
boat "SlaiM" »ttd htr... «yj t< . 1
»»le«t fcf
PUBLIC AI'CTloJ
M
THI KSDAV. MAY Ibr Mk. J
At the (rout é»oro( th.- tourt Houae in im
Wbcolio;. W. V»., at -cYoek p. m.
K*t nod k*rg<' are thro* rotr« o-J vi4
comllnon litiurnslon oi ■>.*!
bull, IÜ feet; be»»«, ?'• fert ; i-titn<l.>r«, |* ^
eut : urokf, 4V, ; 1 »twl Uii.-n
leet !•«*: ïi feet wi<»*: an i!wh|unwh.,w.
For lutther pat tu ulan appiv to
W. U.IIALIKI
WtlSi A .I.OC
Public Sale of Real Propei
T N Pl'RM'ANC* OK THE Al'Tllui'.lTY
1 in me by a decnw <4 the Mum t)*. v.'«
Nvim-ling tu»«le on the id d..y . f A; i.i,
luit incbaiu-ery tlut.in i» n.lltti; 1 which ►
McCurdjr'» »timiulrr.itof i« pltint ff *o.| ||,
Mti'uidy anil other* are I. n.lanlj I • , a
bATCKDAY, THKtdil DAY <»l M\»,l
wmmctii iikat lOoVI-k*. tu..> !I »t , ^.<1
tion, at the iront d«w ot the routt 1 .1
county, the io lowing d»>* ts-d r>« ^".t|
ia to (ay: The nor:h iiiir-i t, ,(i .
(H'Tetity-iiTf {'!>) in fcotl • .1 IJitioii to t |
Wheeling, tojeiher «Ithall the lu|>rurr«nt> ;
on or tb< reto l-olongins
Tutus ok B*i t.-• «»t» 'h . I «•!
moBi-jr »od w> nun h in'tea« t pi- ■
(•«hon til'' «lay o( ».If, and tli. rr j,]
year, with inUTi -t (roui the iU\ • — >
clia-er gWing b:» Dot. (or th» tie rrrrj h»;
*nd the title U'lag reuui'J J« »e. ,.
II hN KY M ill iwu.J
f I'X âi Connu
I hereby cortily th»t U nd lu» . ,.r .
■aid a|<e< iitl cotumi*4ouer in "o t «m. t -f J
a* required lit Ii». TH'W. M l'AKi.U
»p.'Ti Clrrk «I ihe Mo:o i|*l » "lit... Wfc.
Tbe al«ove f»!e li pottpoord "..til (■ ■ t .r.!a« ]
SO, IN».'«. H M «t vti
ni ? it i t o '.mi
TRUSTEE S SALE.
ÎîY VIRTUE OK A l»EEl> OK Till XT Mj
ß br Junte» O. Whyt«\ tnut».. lumraatrl
tedtbeI8tti d»y Aiiril, isi2, >n< n
•nun g the land re.orda ■•( ubiu rwinii, W, »■
4«<sl ol tTUnt book No. I*. |«awT .|.', I >4ia >,»n
Salnnlajr, tlie tfotli ilnyol .Inn», l**^
»I lOo'i'io* 1> a. m , at the Irout 'ioor »I t •
limite of laid Ohio e ntity, W \ a . p . rl j
tbe following real estate, tliat I* to •«»
•'Alio! lot No. In ko:1 » .il < baplior'i Ul
to the city « I Wbeellnf,W. V elnu t ^
tin- we»t ildoof Mâtkrt tlrrrt In m ut», U <
Twentr-tblrd aod Twenty l'.uili n
fret oil Uie north »Iii«' ot u I io< No. '» •
twill toJ. H. v^hyteby <i". —n »r. i ,
d«*«l, which I» "I re««ir l m ohio j.W t
ileed book No t>*. p '« I.'' .
1 krnhoi Mai.it—'I m«-thirl etali; n.»n.« i|
aodtwoy>»r*, seenrt.l.
ALI IlEI» CAl.1»« fcl.L, fn
tiw • '. iij 1 ■' ■ m ■ i'i •" I
Highland Place, Wellsii
Choice Building Lots For Sah
rpilENK M)TS AKK 81IIIAT K Ih K"KTHÏ
J WelltibmK <>a the Tit« au «>r *««i I«
OfrriooklBtt 111)' t<>«n, Ihn til Ian*« 'I
Lareart illr. Ihr river, Im! h lailroadi. *lt»i > <
tbi lu» H of Mingo hii I r*n-IUiiJI> flilfwi I
dirUtn«1, anl ai« within Inn mlnuiai' »»it a r
tlie Wi ll»tiurgorLim*r*lllf il<"(»»U
the high w«t»'r mark of I*1, at:«!
the gui maim oti llwiiit arenu« »i 'ix , *<•
bvcaiiioii' «treat an<l jiauallb th«1 eity >>f •
plank walk. Addn«a W il TAK*
ia»7i> Weiit'uii, w. '
TRUSTEE'S SALE
ON BATI RD1V.TIIK IHIItTIKH till
MAY, UM, lrtgtiinllitf.it l<) I a. •
Iii« (rtini door ol lb" ( ourt lloiiaa i.i <• .(• n>
Wf.1 Virginia, bj rlrtue <<; a d"d ii( Uu> I
iBd fxerutid I.J Win. K. Kilon ami M»«y J. E
bl» «il#, lo Ihr ODdi'r<ijfli»l truaiee, i■ «'!t<
thi'2'.Mdar ol Nore»har. |M2,and r. ■
Olüre Ol lue cluk of the ' 'uulf l-vrt 'il
county, We^t Virginia, in 1 r4 o' Trm 8™»
l!>, at rage» nutulx-rfd tlira» hutnlrnl ir.4 *
(hire fmndrr.l and two. I will a>-ll. at |#iii-.*aa<
tbe following devril» I property io».i *'
«■rtslii putt-of Und or ur .uni »Itoai* -t M'
•■rret, io thcclty ol Wb* lin< • »I» « '.st'
Virginia, that I« to <ir : lb<-parti" i i f-»
thiity-two *I2| and tlirty flie i.Ua
dilion to th« <lt/of Mhorliiitf, all«'
date ol raid d«<l of trun o*iiedao4 •» «>•<
•aid Wm. K. Klaon and Mary J. I.»a "4
«illi Ihr tuildingi a» I Improteianitj t rtoi
Ilic appuri«-nan<i« tbanuiilo U|..ntfiaj, «
Haina property raatrtid lo th»Mi.i Ma K I
• nd M.iry J. H*on l.jr aateral .i«»-l« 4«t»4 '
tivi-ir, Jannary 6lb. 1 v/a. Ma> /vtk. IM.aad
ri inter '/hi, IfiTP, and of r<. «r l in il* «•' • »
cUrk of t)ieG»unty Court of "hi c<ui if W
glnia, Id lAn-d Hooka No .'.'..fx- >1, *'• *
STT. and Wo. W, tage • ->7 r«i^ nt'ly
TLhMH oh «À1.B <>ne thlrd .f I ■'
on.nay and u much inor» a» the ptri a««*
•Uct, taah in band; tha r'aidii*th"»«'
a-t.ln two a^ual ioatai'ii-nia.
two Taara riapxtiu lj (rua ilia da; •< *a*
pnrria'rr to ifira lila not» «fih fr»d
the dnfarrrd jajriinnt«, and Hi* l»«ii iltktt *
tiil'i«! until th«- ptir« h:<i* ma » i |»a:d .* 1
1 .tlf lj»"ller«'l to I» |«nrfe> IjBI a« i < »' '
I will <oov«-t <(B: an. B tltli a» i« »<«'»1 II at
Mid dr-ad ol Unat WM. M Ki« HiR''r
Wm. II. Halli«, A'a'lon^r.
Short Creek Farm for Sa
7"*h* fi km irwoww im the;»kii wi
Home flarm »114 or without UM caal, M
•n« 221 ura in 1 22 polt». mo*tari as 'b»
P. W. & KY. M. I*. _
"» >t* /root id4 nhort cratk at lb* rw. r« t»M
W' ttni to c«|i porrhaaT ïfcja itn kn «■
M#«f'pi« t/.-»a «rf tba »**t qcaJitf af ■
U.1 Ol, er irait treat ig d».- r-'-« '•"* u|
im icia or OuAU 1
Tbe »ein be*n( Akr*«t thick.
' <>r further p«rt:<-t:;«n »)>p:r U C HAU
Wo. TM Mark* «t/M«, »•
■OI.V»Tfc J
. FOU RENT.
IjVlB KMT—A BR/rjC 9TABLC f '» 7HI
borna. 11.3 Chapliur »t/r* * J
3ta.(i »tuet. »fîw
t/AB* FOB BtST 1 t'A IM '>F <• »' *
tkrea tui m from J"rla<J«.p*t» * 1
Vbeeiing creak. ftaot rbeap. lue»«**"«» »'
Jtaioe^laielr fcjj.iuli» ot *#• ' •» " 1 "
IUI Mala ttr'-H. iff-**
FOR RENT.
Mv fine oonKTBf Kwwr.rt. a: i
X* Chantai Mali««, oa Wh^ia«. ttuen
asd BaJUaort raliroaJ, t itéra a* *<< o* <
ceJ.ax and portfcaa, outatda bake c.^
w»JJ, leçrt&er with att' :.m as4 pa*»-»
4t Wi!J rast —fmrauij trtm U« Ua* '* *1
»i*a, aa Iba lésant aar prW«- . „ . „
Alto, ar Urje Brltk Irwtllln| U *«*»3
coeUlalra ai neoau aa>) («p« <<*7 '-1
Wer at tLa 4oor. '»«od taaaata aaa »» a«
bo:h« «oteata »laa. f ggggj
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