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MONDAY, JINK 1. 1RM.
Whitklaw Rcio savs his pvty has been "WHjndlj flogged and it will do it good." Comet, Mr. Bkid. It U not often he is right. Ir Hal TKjkD and McLka* would only maich op to «ach other and fight, and fight efttctoally, so as to end the editorial rot they are giving that injured community, they would both be entitled to fioe monu* its. «LT, atz tin ta ta* wii.... LT, thKM<L^ la Um t«rt 4 « Y, tw*ta ta* w*>k,,._... „ S M T, oo* émj la ta»wMk ..~-~... . ■ ... 1 M MOJVEKSD BT CARH1KB. Tbk fact that two men who hare been re ceiving large pension« have lately writteu to the authorities at Washington statine their recovery from disabilities and requesting their pensions stopped, has almost shocked the pension office officials. Such modesty ha* scarcely a parallel in history. These men should travel over the country so that the people may see what they look like. — -—i The Jnne number of "The English II C lustxattd Magazine'' (Price 15 cents per copy), is on our desk. Incidently we must refer to the illustrations. They are re markably fine,and the"London Ragamuffin" sketches by Dorothy Texxaxt, are as true to natare as anything we ever saw in a maga zine. They are real gems, and in them selves worth the year's subscription. Mc Millar|<t Co., New York. It There must be a sort of panic at Wash ington among tie Republican office holden. Ike least word or question seems to unman then. The other day Appointment Clerk Hrccixs looked at a Republican clerk in the Treasury Department, and significantly drew his finger across his throat. It has had such a depressing efiect throughout the several departments that a sort of conster nation has set in for fear a general decapi tation is to begin at once. A fOM51 ixUATlox appeared in Saturday's Register signed "Justice," which reflected ^ upon the method in »huh the Board ot Commissioners entertained themselves after ▼iaiting the County Infirmary last week, on •a tour of inspection. If the writer had understood the case better we think he would I not have been so severe in his criticism. The Board partock simply of the far-* that is regularly served, and behaved them selves within the bounds of propriety. The cost to the connty was not onefourth of the amount asserted, while the trip out to the a institution and an examination of the I« Pant7 • property was made necessary from Ulne pnblic redactions upon it. The trip will bear good fruit, and prove the small sum expended was not thrown away. The Illinois Legislature is the dandy of them all. The last noteworthy incident was a tLreat on the part of the House to throe the Speaker Mr. Haixes from the chair. HAiXks announced that some bills would be passed to their second reading, where npon a dozen members gathered round the chair clenching their lists and yelling "not in order. Haixes shouted "Somebody's got to run the business of this House and I'm going to do It." "Throw him out of the chair, roared a n.ember, and immed iately the House was like a pandemonium. But Haixes never moved and ordered the clerk to proceed with the reading. Bat the clerk could not be heard amid the uproar, and Haixrs took the bills and read them with stentorian voice. The members of the House stood awed and silent Sometimes an iron nerve is as necessary to control leg islators as it is »o govern a mob, but great care fhonld be exercised in its disposition. Sltgher Scllivax 9wore in a Boston court the other day that he was never drunk in his life, but admitted that h* often got "fall." There are people who will say, here is a distinction without a difference. And yet there is a difference according to the lexi con and we suppose it is in this sense that this eminent bruiser wanted to use iL Bat will that difference excuse his offence. A biped who is "fall is as well prepared for any specie« of crime as the one who is drank. A closer analysis of the difference is apt to convince one that the person who ia only "full" of liquor, is usually in a better fix for mischier than he who is drank, for in the latter case the drunken being as apt to be so helples, and stupefied by his saturated condition that he is unable to do harm; in all likeli hood he is perfectly helpless, while the fel low who is jnst "fall" in the sludger's sense, »SStta'afc lk4t (X>oditioD wh<?Q his worst Fourth-El.-^Lto the surface and he is either to — \4*i »W't thj service of /3Aae uppermost and violent passions. Prom this standpoint Scllitax has probably, not had any indulgence from the court. A GOOb LAW. Theke is an old statute in the code to which bat litU« attention has been hitherto paid. Yet this act ii properly enforced by the justices and police will do more to rid oar city of suspected characters and profes sional thieves than many laws with which tha public is more familiar. It may be ioand in the Acts of 1882, on pages 31G and 317, and by its provisions a justice of the peace may cause any person "not oi good fame" to be arrested, and upon a hear ing place hin under bond to be of good behavior for the period of one year. Upon ft failure to give the required bond, the ac ensed may be committed to the couoty jail, and only discharged upon such terms and conditions m a Judge of the Circuit Court aay see fit to impose. The healthy work ing of this Httle known enactment was seen in this city ft week or two ago when the ar rival of Mr. PrrsR Jamks Ford, a noted crook; burglar and thief, who proposed to become oar fellow citizen, and establish his own vineyard in our midst. Perçu Jamss had two companions of the same ilk as himself and was possessed of assets or stock in trade in the shape of a splendid n ^prîrnent of burglar's tools. Through the ggqpicMss ci Mr. Edward Dcrrr of the fcrcst PfTzn Jamks was ran to earth ;n five or six boors after he landed in town and caJUy housed in the Sheriff's board in* " fcoocc on Eoff street, where he remained free house ônTv- «tg until Saturday aontiag. Satar ■»* « t0* q »liste. a;«, mmmmmammtmmmmmmmatmi Petsr that his return would surely involve a jm'i residence in jthe jaiL Pire» wu drummed from oar town. Prrwi left, more in MRtm than in anger, a ladder and a wiaer map; minus his cash, which is rap* posed to remain with his lawyers; minas his razor, which is at the lock up; minus his overcoat, which is at police headquarters; minas the barglar's tools, which Sheriff Haxdlan will safely keep, and »bore all minus his confiding trust in hu man natore and human kindness Thanks to this good old law and to the vig ilance of Capt. Dcrrr, Prrcs Jambs Ford will never more adorn the classic precincts of oar fair city and possibly, a tear may be dropped upon his grave in a distant, bat less heartless land. Under this statute we expect the justices, constables and police to make things lively for professionals who can show no honest method of making a liveli hood. Pktkk James has been ablessing in duguise, for bis distinguished presence and handsome outfit have called attention to the exi^Unce of this law and produced a judi cial construction of its application. GLEANINGS KOK UK ANGERS. Plantain, dandeloin and other weeds in a lawn may be destroyed by placing a little sulphuric acid with a stick in the crown of ea< h plant The acid should be carried ia an open-mouthed bottle with a long handle, eo that fingers and clothes are protected. A drop or two of kerosene on each of the little hillocks made by anu will, it U said, tffVctually disperse these pesta. It is claimed that if milk is brought just to the boiling point, then poured immediate ly into cans and sealed airtight, it will keep tor an indefinite period. If feeding for eggs give oats, fine mid dlings, scalded, but not too thin, boiled po tatoes and an occasional feed of meal. If it is desired to fatten fowls, give corn at night and soft feed in the morning, and keep them closely confined from ten to fifteen days. If kept longer confined they will be gin to lose flesh. Scotch farmers hold that cut straw is bet ter for the dairr when newly threshed, and therefore they thresh each day enough fod der for the next day's consumption. A mistake is frequently made tn over feeding a few days after lambing and then reducing supply, whereas the lambs need more milk as they grow larger, and this should be provided for. Grass seed buried an inch deep very sel dom sprouts to the surface. If sweet corn is planted every ten days from now to the end of July there will be roasting ears until frost comes. All kinds of grain maybe fed to fowls with benefit, as variety seems to be an ad vantage. A single kind of grain, with the ueceesary animal and vegetableaccompani nenr, will secure profit, especially if that (Jrain be wheat, lees so if it is corn; but a variety of feed is still more profitable. In hot weather all the unconsumed food should be frequently swept away from the chu hen coops, as it soon sours an«1 acts like poison if taken into the crop. At least once a year the granaries should have a thorough cleaning to prevent the neavil from breeding in the bins or stored grain. Beets should be planted in drills thirty inches apart and carrots two feet apart. This admits of horse cultivation, and after the plants have a'tained some growth no hand work need be done. About six pounds to the acre is a fair average for sowing beets, and for carrots and parnips about four pounds. The most valuable breed of ducks is the Aylesbury whitrs They are ornamental as well as profitable. The importance of saving the liquids of all kinds produced on the farms is much cn-ater than is generally supposed, and the 'lUfJity when saved is something surprising. A I istern into which can be strained the li quids from the stock yards, sink waste, wash water and all similar refuse will produce a liquid manure which on ordinary tarms is nearly equal in value to all the dry manure produced. Some fruit growers claim that alternate rows of pine and fruit trees prevent the inoth and other destructive insects from in jurirg the fruit. The strong odor of the pine is obnoxious to a great many kinds of insects. Plants watered with water a few degrees warmer than the temperature of the atmos phere will make a far more vigorous growth, all other conditions being equal, than those to which cold water is applied. A mixture of sulphur and tobacco dust »ill kill most insects on plants or animals. No Hop« Id Congres*. MihmtUcee Journal. The Republicans will have a majority of eight in the I nited States Senate, barring death or miracles, until 1887 at least, and the person who counts on Congress accom plishing anything more than a fight over the ctficesand passage of appropriation bills figures patriotism too high and party slaves a: tco low an estimate. A Tight Place lor Science. t* t .V*tc Mettrai) /iVnrjr, A peripatetic phrenological lecturer ex amined the head of a man named Fosdic, at W atrous the other night, and made some unfavorable observations. Fosdic shot at him several times and broke up the meet ing. A New Idea lu Kvolation. Pntk. A Pottsdown fisherman claims to have re cently seen a Hying fish in the Schuylkill river near that place. We are not surprised. If there is any river in the world that a fish would want to tly out of, it is the Schuyl kill Both in .fail. Ph'loilrlphia Tines. Mr Pish said Mr. Ward did it Mr. Ward said Mr. Fish did it. In point of tact they both did it, and both are where they are en itled to be. Michigan SnllaHrd. C étroit Fre« Prêts. Michigan has fared so well of late that its citizens can attard to sit on their front door step« and watch the procession move on. BLANK BOOKS ! ALL SIZES AND STYLES, —AT— J. B. WILSON'S BI17 1283 MARKET 3TKKET. EL.EOAJNTT Second-Hand Pianos and Organs Ol cslebtated mike«, st low prie« and on easy tenus, *t SHEIB'S MUSIC STORE, ■>«2 Twelfth St.. g titter Academy of Mmio. ALL THE NKWKT SHEET MUSIC And tb« oldor standard publication* of Music tail Hooks, st Urge discounts trom regular prie«*, at SHEIB'S MUSIC STORE, mai Twelfth 3t, ander Academy of Muaic. EXCURSION TO THE MoundsviHe Camp Ground. Arrangements bar# Dean bm!« to hare a «rand ex curaioa and backst picnic at MoondiviLi« Camp Ground, on Thurnday, Juno 4, 1S8S. Trains will Isar? tk* P.. W. A Ky. depot at (:3t ant 9 « a. m. Tl-heta tar the round trip: Adults, 35 «enta; efciMrsa uoder tS yeai«, » cents. Thfc wtH fee s spies IM opportunity (or bum " i lots or rent ssusga» lor tas sss »It»»!« V lWrtvT»^^.*fcnpi»^,fc«nO^^' CAMrl *• ^ *J.'^r- srs WKW APV1WTI««IW1NT8. ' X OST-ONYX PIN—«BT WITH A BOW OP 1 A pearls, oa Thursday evening Tb« Ander ari'l be rewarded by taring It at this office. Jolt) OR BENT-1 WO ELEGANTLY FURNISHED room«. Apply at lliOl Tenth street. mais» F 10E BENT-ONE FURNISHED RxJi. AP ply at 10S3 Main street. my26a EOB SALE—BUGGIES, PHAETONS, CAB ■ rlas«* and Spring Wagons at reduced prices. TV FERKEL, cor Main and lwenty-firrt street;. 10B BALE—BUGGIES, PHAETONS. CAB »*FÏ maltb Woman's Union Benevolent Society. TfiB REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF the W. U. V. Society will be held at the room* ol the Young Men's Coristlin Aseociation, No. 1123 Market street, on Monday, Jone 1st, at 7 o'clock p. m. ME3. S. G. CBACRAPr. julq Secretary. I. O. O. F. Notice. The members op wheeling, frank Un, Ixcelaior, William Tell, Virglnius, Panola Concord, and Eureka Lodges are especially requested to attend the meetings of their Lodg* during th< pro-e:t week. Business ol vital importance to the Order will be transacted. uia3le.*-U Notice to Water Consumers. Thk City WAtk* B aro, ) Wusbliko, June 1,1M5. f \I^ATER BENTS FOB THE SIX MONTHS Tf endlf* Sj)tember30 lft.->5, arv n >w due an'l parable at the off te of the City Water Board, 11.53 Main st re. t. If paid on or be/ore tbe 3)th At y of Jtne, 1.S85, a discount ol 10 per o-nt. will t>e al lowed. *RSD ÜNBÜH, jul,3A5 Secretary. BOCK BEER AMD CLAM CHOWDEB AT MERCHANT'S SALOON, No, 1231 Main Stroot, Monday Morning at 9' o'clock. maSle.td j T^OR CINCINNATI AND 1NTEKMEDIA1E I points, the tine «tern wheel passenger steamer NEW ANDES, Chas. Mrtn.KitA!» Master M. F. Noll » Clerk Leaves to morrow (TUESDAY), June 2(1, at 3 p. m. Fassender» and ireight receipted through to all points West or South. For freight or passage apply on hoard and to Jul FRANK BOOTH, Agent. WE HAKE White and Fancy Shirts OF THE finest FiLnnica ToMiaiure Perfect Fit Guaranteed. TD. GITRTIDLiIlVG ds CO. ma24e.idh 36 Twelfth Street, ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! C. SEIBERT & SONS Areprepared tofurnl«h the fine«t nuility of Ici at the Mint ra e<. Leave orders at their office 17J0 Marke: street, six dojra below Poetothce. Ice l>e p< t open every day. Sunday lne'ud*d Te'eph me conLection. Branch office, HCa Market street. Or den by mail promptly attended to. ma21hetd Puro Ico Oroam ASD WATER ICES, AIX FLAVORS. Everything clean, neat and new. If you try uf once you will come again, at G-cxxx Candy HLitclion m y 20a be Ad 26 K'eventh Street GHAPUNE STREET ML Chance for a Handsome Prize. Beginning with May 1st and continuing slxtr days, each purchaser«,! a ticket of admission to thlt rink will be preeente l with a coupon entitling said purchaser to achauce in the following prizes: First—A handsome chamber v t of decorated oak furniture, now on exhibition at Mendel's. Second—Handsome china dinner and tea let com bined, on exhibition at Kwing Bros.' Third—a beautiful polished brass centre table, on exhibition at Dillon's. Fourth—Elegant ailver ice pitcher, on exhibition at Franzheim's. Tuesday Evening, .lune 3—A thrf# mile rice between Leon Cille», ot the Island, and Eugene Hauke, of the Eighth ward; mile heats, best two in three. Thursday Evening-Tug of War on Skates. sa3l HAMMERED BRASS TEA TRAYS ! JAPANNED TEA TRAYS. Chocolate, Tea and Coffee Pots! Fancy Tiles for Tea pot Stands. EWING BROS., ma:'.0 Market St., Opp. McLure House. RAPID FREEZERS. VFTER UST YEAR'S INTRODUCE! >N WE are rcceiTicg orders from all sections of the state for them, i hey sell themselves Send for discriptlve circulars. Geo. W. JohuNon'K Soun, ma2yFr,MAW 1210 MAIN 81 RBEr. i, S. RHODES & CO, THREE SPECIAL BUS ! BARGAIN 1st. <5oo Turkish Towels at 20c., former price 35c. BARGAIN 2d. Fast Colored Satteens at 15c., reduced from 25c. BARGAIN 3d. 500 Yards Best Turkey Red Table Damask in Remnants from 2 to 3 yards each, away down below the regular price. JUST OPENED New styles in printed Batiste, in White and Ecru grounds, Xew Embroidered Robes in White and Ecru, New Em broidered and Lace Flouncing with narrow width to match. J. S. RHODES & CO. 11533 MAIN ST. m«2'.> I CB. XTTB ABE PREPARED TO FURNISH THE »" public with a Kin« Quality of I«, either by wholesale or mail, at the very lowest prie«. Tile phone or aJdrees SO EH LINE BROS., Bridgeport, Uhi<\ We make a specialty ol furnishing private families. niyjfa Notice. Clerk's Off-icb, "» Bo.ikd or Commission kks. Cocsty or Ohio, V Whuumi, W. Vi., Mij'ii, lsfö. J AT A 8PSCIAL MKETINO OF THE BOARD of Commieeionera of Ohio omnty, held od the 2Mb day of May. IMS, it appearing to the «aid Hoard that the Legislature of Weit Virginia, at its last maioa dmwO an act requiring keeper» of Bowl ing Alleys, Billiard Tables, shoot; u< Gallen««, Ac., or railing at retail Tobaceo, Sou if or Cigars, to pro care a Sate license, therefore, It I» ouuid. I hat mil p ereoot eagtced in car rying on any of the busiovas above mentioned. to if>pe«r before tbo Board of Cora«isalon»rj of Ohio coat tv on the ttist Monday in June, 1SS\ and pro cure the license required by law. ma27 BOB'T a WOODS. Ork. NOTICE. ^I i-.I.J _ i\muwmum*mi»M_uiv HEW APVl»TtO«MKI»T«. ENTLKMIWS BILK AND FKLT HA» VJ renovated topraaeni stytoat moderate charges. by Va. Gr&knraky, tharJaattcal Hator, Pitts bttoçb, Pa. Laave joai orders with B« York Hat Bleachery, ** fflrtwtt »üwC WhwHng aoéaat Hat« and Bonnets Mad« to Order TN ANT DZaiKKD STYLK—NKW YORK HA1 1 Baachery, No. M «xUmiU 8L, Wtaallng, W Vi. Ladle*' and Ml—«» Straw, Chip, Fait and Bmtr Hau, eta., altered, bleached, ookwedand tn Lihed la the lateri styles promptly Milliners' work daoe at anal diaconat. Patronat« roapectfully a» *e2<rbe TO THE TRADE. WiiaEUXG, W. Va., May 25,1355. TT A VIN G DETERMINED TO RETIRE FROM bcurfnesa, I hare this day disposed of my en tire stock cf Scsh, Doors, PainU, Oils, Glass, etc., to Messrs. Wilson 4 Chapman, and Uke pleasure in recommending them to my former cr stomers. Thanking the public for the rery liberal patron age given me in the past, I respectfully request a continuant« of the same to may successors. Respectfully yours, W. U. RJBIX30N. Referring to the above announcement, we tike ibU method of informing the trade that we are pre pared to fill all orders on short notloa, and aspect, hj a strict attention to business, to merit your con !iJence and patronage. Very Respectfully Yours, may26aerg WILSON 4 CHAPMAK. THE WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE CREAM FREEZERS With Triple-motion, are for Sale only by Nos*bltt db Bro., maJ9 SOLE AGENTS FOR THIS CUT. GEORGE L. DURST, Manufacturer by Steam Power of ISE CREAM AN9 WATER ICES Special Price« to Picnics. 1113 Marltot Stroot. FINE GIFT BOOKS! We hare an unusually good assortment of BOOKS IX FINE BINDIXUS for Commencement, Birthday or Willing Presents, in Tree Calf, Morocco, Alligator Plush, Ac. Stauton &• Davenport* ma2 1801 Market Street. M'LAIN'S CANDY Is acknowledged by every one who has used ,lt as the safest and best Worm Romody Ever discovered. Sold by most Druggists. Manu factured only by MoIiAiii Brothora, uia27 Druggists, Wheeling, W. Va ELECTRIC LAMPS ! JUST OPENED, A FULL LINE IN STAND, HANGING, AND BRACKET LAMPS The Best and Most Complete Lump in the Market Also ou hand a lull line of CHINA AND GLASSWARE AT LOWEST PRICES! Inspection Respectfully Invited. JNO. FRIEDBIj, 1130 Main Stroot. ma.".Q National Bank of West Va, AT WHEELING, Capital, $200.000.0O fc'outhwest cor. Main and Twelfth tta., loes a Genoral Banking Business. directors: August B«U, John W.ijner, Michael fc. iily, K. W. Haz'ett, K. W". Oglel>ay, J. It. McCourtney, Cbäs. W. Brockunier, EAHL W. OGLiBAY, President, CllAS. W. BKOrkUN 1ER, Vice President, JOHN WAGNER, Cnhier, LAWRENCE K. frAM'S, Assistant Cashier. "Parker Gun Club,'' TO ACCOMMODATE THOSE WHO WISH TO buy a good Gun on easy terms, I will organ ize a Club of Fi fly MphiIhts, And run it on the rame princ iple a* a watch club. Call at once anu see the Now Modol Parker Gun And join the Club, at DILLON'S JEWELRY STORE, my25 1323 MARKET 8TRKKT. EASTWARD, HO ! ! WORLDS EXHIBITION, Antwerp, Belgium. Open From Now Until October 6, '85. Visage tickets by the Bed Star line at Lowest price lor Atwerp direct, at H. K. HIS M HENS', Steamship Agent and Grocer, 2217 and 2-U9 MARKET STREBT. Sonth Branch Store, »601 JA COB STBEE'I. maJ2 ORANGES' AND BANANAS ! ONE HUNDRED BOXES California Oranges, Sixty Bunches of BANANAS, Just Re ceived by Nicholas Scliulz msltt 1319 MARKET STREET REDUCED PRICES To Suit the Times. BENT CABINET I'lIOTOliRlPHS. 1 Dozen „..52 50 S 1 50 Guaranteed at BRO W N 'S, my6 MARKET STREAffT. ROLLER SKATES. JL GOOD VARimr. Prices and Styles to* Suit All. Also, Skate ltagt and Strap«. O. ZZ. QUIMBT, Bookaeüer and Newsdealer, »plS Sa 1414 Market HtreH. WHEELING PAPER WAREHOUSE. KOB1XSOX. FARM A ( On Manufacturers and Dealer« in erery rariety of PA PER. No. 1427 MAIM STREET, Telephone, Sil, Wheeling, W. Va. Highest cash price paid for Bags, Paper and Old Books. ruy i9tf Rotrigorators, OF HARDWOOD, TUE BEST IN THE market Also, WATER COOLERS. ICE CREAM FREEZERS, GAS AND OIL STOVES. Ac. All firtt quality goods and low price«, at C. E. STIFEL & SONS', mal 9 1021 MA TN STREET. UNIVERSITY OF Villi, SnniïK LAW LECTURES nine week!?) begin mh July, lvtô, aud end 9th September. Ha-e I>n>Ted of signal dm;—1st, to «tudeot« who d *i<n to pursue their studies at this or other Law School ; id, to thoae who propoee to read privately; and 3d, to |.nrtitioaers who hare not had tbe adranuge o' sys tematic instruction. For circular apply (P. o. Uni versity ol Va.) to Jobs B. Mino*, Pro!. Com. and ?tat Law. ma lb tp*w THE GENUINE Bm the name of K H. LWT, Masaisetorsr. m every ko* aad eaa. LOOK OUT FOR A BASE IMITATION R. B. tUrr»Me XanaUctnrer, apfl Mit Mai* Street, Wheeling. r , . oeo. H. 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 BLACK GROS GRAIN —OB— Jersey Silk? We would say that the liest 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 afford them at a very ' small advance over ccst. JERSEY SILKS Are deservedly popu'ar, 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 ful and complete lines ol Ladies' Camb. Tjnderwear, Ladies' Gsuze Underwear, Ladies' Silk Gloves andiMitts Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Japanese Fans, Autrian Fans, White Embroidered Robes, Sattine Robes, all colors, French Sattines, Children's Emb'd Caps. 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 CurtainN, Counterpanes, Table Linens, All just opened and ready lor inspection. The most desirable street wrap offered this spring is the Black Embroidarail Drap d'eta Manila We show in all qualities from six to thirty two dollars. VELVET 6RENADINES In new and choice designs for Wraps and Dresses opened THIS MORNING. GEO. I TUTLIH. J. D. WINDER, Sale and Lock Repairei va SU* MAI» KL, WBJOUXtt, W. TA. & On account of the done in Carpets, great many Ingrain and Bru Which we will dis A New Line BEAUTIFUL BO -A.t $1.00 STONE & immense business we find we have a Kemnants of ssels Carpets pose of very cheap, of those Or BRUSSELS ! Per Yard. THOMAS. NEW G G O O D D S S AIVD PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES, Brues & Coffer tIHTABLISHED 1&52.] CARKOLL At URO., Granite and Marble Workers 1 Nos. 6, 8 and 10 Sixteenth St (Hear btone Bridge) WHEELING, W. VA-, Bare on hand a fine aaaortaent of Granite and Marble Monument*, And the latest «tflei of Eastern work, which will ba ■old a! reaaooabia' prices. aprl Vgjb BUGGIES and CARRIAGES. DONALDSON, LEWIS & CO., MaVXTFaCTTKm Of Buggiw, Carriaees&DeliTary Wagons Ali Work Guaranteed. soa. lMo to iaog market stbeet. Aa Inspection of aw work and prteaa ta aolicitad at lb« hand* of Uta trade. Repairing Neatly aad Promptly Don*. ■iflaUrt PETER WELTY k CO., WHOLESALE Liqrom, 1113 Main Street, WHEELING, W. VA. Wa km ]nn iiaatud hf BLANKBOOKS WALL PAPER AND BORDERS, FOREIGN & 3) ESTIC STATIONERY. The Largest Stock And Greatest Variety. WSolJ at the rery towaat prloo* bj JOS. GRAVES & »OlV, Jaul« m twelfth strebt. DR. J. E. BELLEVILLE, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, No. I5CI CHAPLINE STREET. >pT»f J. C. ALDERSON. G. W. ATKINSON. ALDERSON & ATKINSON, GENERAL INSPBANCE AOENT3, OFFICE: No. 51 Twelfth St., Wheoling, W. Va. CAPITAL REl'REMENTED, Fire, Marine, Life, Accident, Steam Boiler and Plate Glass. State Ag«nts of the MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Or NEW TOttK. The Largest Company in the World. Its policies are Detter than Government (kinds. Active and reliable agents do <ir<*d in every county in the State. mr!7 CAPITAL PRIZE, - - $150,000 " Wa do haraby ««rtifr thai va «ap«mw> tha it ruijwnanta toi tli Um Montnly and Menl-Anous Drawing* o! the l*>ul«i»n» nut« Lattary Company od In paraon Mnip «od control Iba Drmvlnn 'lomMlTM ^nd that tha «m ara oondtirtad wlu tODcaty. talrnaaa and in food filth towaid all par ti ca, and wa aathorlaa tha Ota pan y to oaa thla aar ti(k»ta, «Ith (aMdmlUaa o( oar *ipj»turaa a'taehad to It* atlTi'rti»e'u,»ou-'' UNPRECEDENTED AïïhACTiON ! Over Half a Million Distributed. Louisiana State Letter« Company, Incori.urtifd In 1*6$ for 2# y«r* by (he l>-giiil* »r» Tor I durational und Charitable purpoam -mih a capital of0l.O<iO,«O-to which h reserve land of over SMO.UOO ha» »Inf* been *1 led. Hy an overwhelmliiK popular rot**ita fran< hlae • a» nud»' a part of the preaent ftUUs Constitution Hiln|j|nl M. A. D. IKÎÏ, It« Oriirwl Slnc'o Number Drawing* W"J !aV'- place monthly. H wrrr train or ytiijx/nu. Ijfjk at the following distribution: IKlat Oraml Monthly AND TIIB Extraordinary Semi-Annual Drawing, IN THE ACAHF.MY OK MUSIC. MEW ORLEANS, TnfMlity, Jitue Ifi. 1HS5, CndertLe pei«onal *u]*-rviaion arid management Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, Gen, JUBAL A. EARLY, of tibgikia. CAPITAL PRIZE. $150,000. M'XOTfO« Ticket» nrf 110 only. Ilalr««, •5. Fifth*, H'i. Tenth«, SI. UMT OF PHIZES. 1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF 1130,0»« «130,000 1 OKAND PRIZE <>F .VMM) Ao.QU) 1 OKA NI) PRIZE OP - 20,0M 2 LA ROE PKIZEM OF JO,'*» »>,0»* 4 LARGE PRIZES OF ft,««0 _ 20,00l 20 PKIZES OF 1,000 20,000 M " ftJO 23,001 J"0 " »01 »),(** 2o0 » »»„ vt/juc «"0 " JOO. Ao,WO W " w 60,»* apprkximation PKIZKfl. 100 Approximativ Prize« of 1200 _f 20,000 loo " " joo lo.oor 1W " " 75 7/« 2,278 PrU», amounting to ...... V>E.VK Application for rate« to dob* abouid be sad« only to tbe öftre of the Company in New Orlean*. For further Information writ» clearly, (Irina hill addrea*. I'OhTA I. NO TIM, Elp««» äor.e» I». oen or New Tork Exchange In ordinary fetter. Currency by expr«w («11 «a ma of $5 and upward* m our expeaae) addremul M A OAOPAIH, Raw Orleaaj, La., or M. A. DAUPHIN. 607 Sa*eath St., Wa,hln(toa, D. O. Make P. O. Money Orden payable tad « ldi«w P.e^i-terwi l*;tem to >tW UUUAS8 NATIONAL HAWK, New Orleans, La, PARSONS^ -) MA0TXR ( PHOTOGRAPHER, C ITY. mm BERNARD L. BUTCHER, Attorney-at-Law and Real Estate Agent. 1318 MARKET ST., UPSTAIRS, WHEIUNG, W. TA. OrilKdMiiad mli My pin«i tkaHtau. Cut this Outw< ssss?v rpHE A kr Dr. Hardaaty, corner Twelim Alao, the dwelling adjoitini an! num'.tnj loft atieet. Alao, Um taoemcat honaaa at No. 930 M ___ JAMtS L. HAW» mrSi No. Hi J M tic Public Sale of Real Property] ÎN PURSUAKCK OF THK ATTTHORIlr in me by a decree of the Muuieit<a; healing made on thai2d dsr of April, suit in chancery th.rein pcuilüy In which McCurdy'a aduiiiiiatrator ts plaintiff «ni McCu>dy and other* are détendant», I will, S ATI'KU AY, THK »3d DAY OF M \Y, commencing at lOo'clook a. tu.,sell at ; but lion, at the front door of the court Ii.ni«. a( county, the following descrilted re.,! ia to («▼: The north otie-iislf uf aeventv-nre ("M in Eoff'a addition to t'm Wheeling, together with all the improve«,-t, on or thtreio belonging. l'KRaa or Salk - One hall of the money and Ml mueli more a» th.' purrhaaer -i.ay cash on the day o! aa'e, and the revatnin m year, with tntweat from the day of «»V. the ».» e.ha*er giring hii not# for the deferred i su!^— and the title tving retained as security »her.: r UkKBÏ M. kl-ssOL Fpecial Cotniulv oMt. I hereby certify that bond has Wn |C:«fn h» ^ aald special comnti.vlooer ia th» above eot:t -1 can aa required by law. THUt*. M. I'AKItAH ap.Tl Clerk of the Mucclpal Court ..( Tfce above sale ia poatptutd until S.itar«!*r t. »0.1WS. * t U M.Kt'.»SKuÙ m> 2£1 Sjiecial ^onincic^tM The at ore aal« has been postponed untl! mi unk» June «, IMS. Hr.NiV M. Kl S<KI L, ' Special Commlfllunw, TRUSTEE $TSALE By vibtuk of a i»ked of tki st mu*1 by Jauiea (t. Why te, trustee, t.. me *« tr nwT dat*<d tfce 13th day of April, 1S$:. an I ,.i r.v, amor g the Und rsoordaof Ohio county. W. Va. deed of trust book No. If, (>a,e àti, I »hall, ou ' Satarriay, the £Oth day of .lune, IHM, at 10O'clock a. tn.,at the front door of t'ie c^J House of aald Ohio county, W. Va, pr^., J u>i»i| the fallowing real estate, that is lo aar: "All of lot No. 94, In tot! aid t'bapUn.'j add u tothecily ol Wheeling, W V'a., l*lng • iat<-i the «rit aide of Market street In aai I r.tr, ti-im. Twenty-third and Twenty fouiti atreetv r\ ,„j,i (eet otl' the north aide of aaid loi No. ,<t which •* sold to J. H. Wbyte by Uivrge * *t»m and «ü», fe, deed, which is of record in <>hlo county, w. \a iV deed book No. 68, p. 601," T kkhsov Salk—one-thirl caa'i; hiiaj.a to ot|| and two years, aecuivd. A 1.1 KK1> CAUWELl, IVu.t«*, Whirling, H*. IV»., Mm I'J, IKf., a M I Highland Place, Wellsbürg. Choice Building Lots For Sale. T1IFSK LOXB AKK8ITUATK IN NuRntKiH WelUburg on the I'lftteaii or »om.I Mu.® overlooking the town, the villus» ..I Mm«»- tn| Lazeiirvllle, the river, Iwtli ratlioad« » <>.*•»< Ihr town of Mingo und I "an-Hand le railr.nl wi im distance. *nd tie within t<n minute»' »«:» o e um the Wi llsburgor lmc«nlllc depot» They Ihr high wiIn mark of 1*M, ntid «recoin • t«| « t| the g. » main» on l'learant avenue ai ihe nrtim > Mcuiiioie «treet. and alioailh Ihe rity . i ^ plunk »ulk. Addrero w 11 i tltit, miîb Wf'l>l'»îK( W. Va Trustee's Sale of Real Estate. BY VIRTUE OF A I>EKI> OK llli-tr r.Ktfc ltig date (he £!d day ol i'el.ruirv, l««l m. lt by Christian Heibfce and Kalo .'cible, Ii« «il», h lue a» Il u»!«*, and re*urilfd In deed of Ir i I 'ki | s« 17, MM 410. of the land noordl of I ltd) iwotfi Weal Virginia, the »4M iruatre m ill. «xi Sut unlay, dune S7lh, IHH.1, aell at public atn lion, at ilie front door i.f l'.« Co.11 Houae ol »aid t'biocouniy, 1 num. eu ngall'o ..•> a. hi., the following dt*ui!>ed real e-tai* . t> i t Thirty frei <>iVol ihr north »Ide ol lot m m - r*4 »iat) eight («'•■S) in Jœeph Caldwell'* additl "i I » tin »ily'of \Vheellug, in « 'nlo oilinly. In lh.- but* 4 Wist Virginia, •"'aid |iart of »aid lot i« Bit-lal» »r| front« thirty i:tO) fret on the we»t »Me of < lupltn« tlrwl, between '1 wenty-»lxth and Twenty »«rut* street«, and eiUndi back in a wiwlirltr d Irret tun «I even width flit jr mi (.'Mil leet more or («M, to •tret I. in the h!«lb ward ol Mid ell jr. Haid nroperti 1» the name wblrh »u conveyd M the ».ild 1 hri»tlim Heibte by faiuuel M. Il«ui ! <m and wil« by deed d;ited the ^d day »f Kobru ir» and recorded lu the clerk'« olflre ol the l oan» Court of Ohio county. Weit Virginia, in liee-l lt»4 No. 61, page» I.'« and 4ir> Tbkm.i or Mat.it—One-third of the ptirrh t-e n .net »hail l>e i>ald In caali on day ol «air, oii»«Ui./i thereof in one year 'with Intere-I, and in« remin der th> reof in two yean with lnicri«i iroui -lay»f »ale. the |>tirrba«er giving bla notea with g>-1 »« it lty for the deferred pnyromt». at d the legal nil» 1« the pro|wrtr to lie retained until the puitlilM money »half hgve been paid In full. luyzi'd K. <1. RABU, Tr i>im. TRUSTEES SALE. By vibtuk ok a deki> or twj*t r.xt rnliil by Karah C, Degarmo and Jabbh It ,armo, dated the Mb day ol May, IÄH2, and o( r.» ord In the office of the Clerk of the County < «on W Ohio county in ree<i of Tru»t Book No. 1*, <>« , «.:» M««, the undersigned tru«l«e, will, un fcnturilny, the '47th tiny of .lune, IHM, al luo'ilock a in., at th« front d««»r ot Hie <»art liou«e of < Iro county, »II at puldic «uetioo 1» IM hlghetl and two! bidder Ihe following vain*!*'» r»al ealatc.whieh i» bounded and drwerIlwl a» MI ■ •••, W w|t. A cciUÜn tra t of land situate on the »iMtd IJ11 le Whrellng 1 'reek.Iii < ihieeouiily, W< >1 V nglaia, and Imunded aa follow«: Beginning«! an kJ» lier to Hlgg»', theme n 4t> a. il ,'Kj |> — *w«g II g;a line to I point M Idion'a r>m on C I •» rei » line near » white walnut; theni • with frrrei • line Ii. It w. 'it 7.') |.ole« to • »tone, lh.ii » • H' w. 27.7R 1 *ol* i to the o d <«ofwo<»l corner ih-oiw ». M e. 2ï..>0 pole« along Hlgg«' line to He ptv »I i-egilinlng, routaintng St« (A) a/ re» and I p-'l*«, being I be »awe |>roiwty ion»ey«d to J«»— pu >tc Nlccli hy t larisaa I hlllilia, widow o? Tu 111««*, bjrdeed daUd March Hr<f 1*7«, and 'e«or lal in th« ottxeoflbe Clerk ol Ihe County 0»urt I 1 \ county, Indeed book No t<A, page 1, » »> ' other trai t ef land adjoining the one k • aftrr il'X riUd along land» of lerrel nd III«», which 1« Uound«-d aa fol owtf ll'-giunln^ a' « ebita oak 1 orner U» lerrel: thei.ee #l/tig I err' • 10« i. toe % pole« to middle ol L>iX"ii 1 rue, 1 ».< r. • up Kaid inn and along line ol Hlgg*'« 1«', • f»'** I» a »tike; thencc n. fi3'. w 1, h vol* 1 < « - thcoce n. w. 11 poled to « i iu • • ' ! n. 41' e. 1 p«de« lo a »Uk^, t'..r t M'* ing mu n. e. 12 (cJ»i lo »• 1 » « of Ix-glnrlng. C nlainii g one ( a/re. m *• «' I>ei11 k ihr »nme property coi.reyw| to I .-»t.k I'• Bii.'b bv Alexander Mt»g> by d«*l d»H tml IfftO, «na n-<ord«d In d el l»e k ;• I be ■au1ei1roprrl7couve.tr>! lo i»4"-i < iwma by W. W. I 01 ter and wife by d.i*l 'i*''d >•' .«'y il.tb, 1M7, and rroorde<l iu di e«! le» k ^ • • !*.'• 160; «Uo a ci-rtnlii pine > r pari« I 01 I» I I' Of »■ l iUrty lowrmblp mow dl>irlct In <u."> " j. Wr»t \ irglnia, and being a jx.rtl .n of lie '»r,a '« Char le» a 'lerrel, bounded and d< a rl I»« •• •• Fetrionllig it a huibj. on I he Isi k ol I" * tl.Moen ttîj w. 4M txile» I« a »'" p l*' " 0 it, w. ?0 poiea and 20 fink» loa white •» n ' "it '« root on tlie leak of »aid run: then" n » J* pol<« 10 « »lone; Ibence ». I e it p eiaot n ilcV» to a nigar tier- theni * «. ai!', e i« » 1 • aco ol I'eiriBnlng, containing tore* (r > '**■ <*•»'*•* and two l«l«». »■;!* or le»«, being the aaoi* convey d to tne Mid M«r«h i". f»eg»rni 1 j H. lerrel and wile by deed d«led Mar '.i. I' • reci^rdod in de«d boo* No pa^'»w *>' »' f • A 1 KRW» Of KaLK —I tie-half ot the ptir' i . iO'rt'*7 In 1 a«b and the reoiamin* h.if to l-'O ' ' year from day of »ale. lbedelerrvd ln*'< 'a»o' 1* to l«ar Intereat ai therai«ol»l- i*r r»r(i p<r »i num. and the tille i» to be irtalaod unu« t»>» • of I bo pur< ha»e oiowy »hall line i«»o I"'4 tHIe U I« lieved to he goo.1. but ^il"* »• •ballomvey »nih tili» a* i* ve.t< 1"f 'J.14 deed ol nut. JOHN O. PWiuUf«'*. J. CuatnBnrrr, i«id«Mr. ®'" o TRUSTEES SALE. I* UTUAfMr. THE IHNtTIKrH VK7 <1t S^r M*y, 1#*.% Ujlr.rj|hj( »I JO o>l"U - lb* front door of the < ourt Hon m '•! "Mo coi«1/ Witt Virginia, tT *1rtua of a if d of trart 0««« a£d«aetut*4 by Wn. K. Kl*/o »nd %1»rj J. I «a hl* «V«, to tu* ond*-r«ijrnaH trn*t—, »*•'!«< tb» 22d d«T ol No*«ttb»r 1M2, and r.'«/ri»J i» «ba off<aof fk drrk of tba County «'.urt 0/ •'* nMioty, W«»| VIrirlnl«, io I*«id 0/ Tru#i K"0* ** I'J, »' w» rium(' i'd tlira» b'ind/»d »«>< «a» »a# thn • Ji 'indri.l and |«o, I »llJ »-11, «1 y j'<». •"*•••» tbr f Mowing'J<-*rrlIf d prnprrty, to wit: A/l tbat «nain piw» ol lao.J vr *r'/tinl «I'uaiaoa tlliay® • r»el, In tb«erty of *»b«»lfnjr.'/b>o ■ .«'.«r. .■»«*; Virginia, tbat ialotay: tbr|.*rU"f lot» e,,,r^Z Ibirty-two <*2j a/<d thirty V. If, a# dit :»<o to tb* city of mV ■,* date of Mid dm! of Irul o«m4m ' ' "f •«Id Wm. K. Kter/n and Mar? "f™ with the building! and iniprorecaeai« •***■•••• If»* aj>purtrnjnr>* th*r»urito (» ''«fit **.5. . •w i.r<j®erty 10 tb»n;f * • and Hary J. fclaon by ■»»•«) !•")• .WT ti rely .January Ctb, IHM, May Jtib. I' - wetiiber «d, 1079, aod 0/ r.">H Io tt' J" «■» eferfcal IheCoonfj- Caorto/ «»a;.,". gl nia, la LK»-d fio.,k» ho '-5 p«r- »•. ^ 477; ■»« *0. tU. W A" TfcfcMfc OK VaLfc-''Be-U:J'< L!^J2Tm wonay and aa loarft roof» a» tb» po ale»t, eath in band ; lb* r»«viu> io awt.la two nual tn«ta. •"<"». y JTS two 7>ti» r-wp»'tli»!.' fro" ^ porcB»cv togfre>1» 5T'«'» to ii 1» thod^f.rrr,! aaym^t.. 101 th# , ,5. taiD+d rifitJl tbr ptt'M trmtm. 7.Ü. Mtowad ... I» k*?- 5* IB mTZ I »111 f«*if»y 00.7 IU^'" 'l( ÜAi fOU. ■aid 4co4 of troal w" M K,< " frrwrtA W*. H. Hau-ra, ^»tk-Hj*. v„Ur. ?b»abo<e«l' „ v M u; lliKIW»*, 1,1W«. » * *• *' Tnwla. FOB ,, ^ JL kits rtiKt. v IM AOtH fABM F'>t Triadwfl»" Esgs^^a»