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» THIUPAT, JÜXY », 1SU.
Dividend irait ought to be ripe eneugh to
eat »bout now, Vat the season has noi been
a good oo« »ad we »re »fr»id it is scarce.
Jo ht Soumis has just returned to Ohio
from » tour through the P»cific State». He
■aye he has now visited every State and
* Territory in the Union except Florida. He
«ill likely visit it before the next Presiden
tial campaign. It's a fine thing to have a
good geographical record these days. So
■net think Jomr Shkkxax.
l.Womxy in polite society, who think it a
I disgrace to soil their dainty little hand«
with haatehold duties will not be injured
by at least mediating upon Miss
Guvsiaxn's example. A short time »go
«ben supervision in house cleaning
«as necessary, she tied » towel round
ber head aad was soon seen Assist
ing aad directing the servants. She con
änaallj display» her good practical sense,
«hat ever society may think of it
Thb last week's supplement of the
Tradesman, published at Chattanooga,
Tenn., gives a list of the new business en
terprisee now on foot in the South. The
report is encouraging. Railroads, manu
factories and industrie» of all kinds are
«boat to start up in various portions of the
South. It seems that capitalists have long
been waiting tor prices to become lower
and are at last satisfied that they are down
to bed rock, and can now feel sale in invest
ing their capital and starting up industries.
Tbk sentence ot four New York capitalists,
Broi>sssiKt, Fish, Ward and Botd in so
abort a time will certainly remove some of
the complaint of the people that "the thief
«ho steals a million escapes punishment,
while the larceny of a loat of bread results
in certain conviction." People are often
jastified in making this complaint The
conviction of th< se thieves by the New York
courts is a good example for courts of jus
tice everywhere and honest people will be
pleased to see that money can no longer
shield criminals from the law.
Ho patio C. B ecuaud, director of the
ai&ts, thinks be bas been having a tine
thing of it and declares his intention of
staying where he is, though Secretary Ma
is« bas asked him to resign and a Mr.
'aaii has already been appointed in his
Bcrchakd has good staying quali
ties, anyway. He will carry his case before
the Senate, and it will be a good test of the
tenure of office law. The constitutional
power of the Executive to make removals
has often been questioned. Also the legis
lation oi the Republicans to hold the con
trol of poblic offices as long as possible has
taken a wide range and has never been fully
«■deistood. Mr. Bcrchard's case will give
fight on these subjects.
Ohio Republicans can't keep the
ibitionisaç-fromtW^ m ths tineas,
ace men intend to hold their
in Springfield at all odds. The
_ _ abhcan papers have tried to throw oil
Lg! tbe troabled waters, but no good. The
following gentle words were Radicated by a
Prohibitionist to the Commercial Gazette:
I "Your articles applying boodle to Prohi
bitionists only show how badly you are
frightened, and you ye increasing the pro
hibition sentiment daily by your wild va
. parings. We know you do not believe in
temperance in theory or practice, and you
had better slay with the Republican party
sad yell 'scratch' and 'iraud,' but we in
~~ Sj[ to keep on yelling 'down with the sa
* shows the sentiment of a great por
f the Prohibitionists. They mean
A Con k sv.iv was complimenting the
President the other day on the appointment
cf a "gocd Democrat and a faithful worker
in the party." whereupon Mr. Clkvilaxp
lepiifd (
"All rieht; I have reason to hope he will
« capable a*>d honest man in the place;
but, as you're his friend, you'd better warn
frim that if I catch him misusing that place
in any way for party purposes I'll Sip him
Out as quick as lightning—just as quickly
aa Til flip out a Republican for doing that.
I will not have it—tell him to remember
menti will give little encourage
those who expect to make use of
eat offices to gain political in
» a This custom has long been in
m Prr4it no one has had the backbone to
""Ittoth it aa Mr. Clivslaxd is doing,
opinion« have not changed in regard
since he published his letter of ac
His course will strike a blow at
dangeroaa and enormous power that
■dually been gaining influence over
pie through the combination of office
ia>tr.i. All honest and good citizens of
txMQ political parties cannot help but ap
prove of the President's course in this mat
ter.
A cOMtt^roxDEST from I'pshur county
»5«: "Oar county during lut winter sent
oat for floor, corn, and food for stock, About
$100,000—this lb almost fabulous for a
county accustomed to be self-supporting
bat, it it true. ▲ mock larger crop than
common im put oat this year and it is like
hf there will be a recovery from the preeent
1 great depression. Â correspondent from
Gilmer county «ys: "Times are exceedingly
dull here. The old croakers have quit their
vjoetomed vocation. To complain of hard
ji is too much like speaking the actual
itL Muck of the Eve stock died last win
Jfr. The wheat crop will be almost an en
^e failure. The drouth in the spring has
iced tjn^coming crop of hay to one-half
average. Large quantities ef dour and
i] are imported into this county from the
it, and it most be kept up till the fkll
• are gathered. Many poor people would
ainly be in a suffering condition were
t lor the op**-kanded generosity of
mon fortunate neighbors. When
>ort» com« from two oi
amkioR cooBtiM in th« State, »n
T« diatreee in tb* poorer »ad 1ms Ut
intiM can bo formed. Itioenu'ery
♦Kft the criee thot k®*o oeen com
-me o< tke la tenor eoanties
«TMily •"
cloim.
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Àronim frith cm wo fron Infiana
Rom Waassx, who waa affected with spinn
meniogitia, prayed earneetly. and ia aa in
Staat became weU. The truth ia vooohec
for by Buhop Chata*d, and of ooom
ahould be accepted. Truly there are manj
myaterioua things that psychology haa aerei
Riven any tight upon. Men know little
more about thia science now than they did
a 1 lu,Iii nd years ago. Of course some will
daim thia cure aa an anawer to prayer;
others will claim it aa the effect of imagin
tion, and some will doabt the story alto
gether, bat the number of cases reported
ahow many of these corea to be bona fide.
The how and the why are yet to be de
j termined.
A report in detail of the financial con
dition of the county for the year ending
May at, 1885, ie published on the third
page. It will repay peruaal, even if it
trenches upon the taxpayer's time more than
usual. It shovs where the nickela went, aa
well aa the dollars, and soma up the stew
ardship of each commissioner for the year.
The revenue for the year from all aourcea
waa $14S,831.24. The expenditure» reached
within $1,779.78 of that amount, ao that
there ia a small balance on hand to begin
. the new year.
J
ROAM COUNTY SPEAKS OUT.
A Prominent CltUen Saj* There 1* No Star
vation There and That the County Can
Attend to Her Own Poor—Collector Mc
Graw Haa Offended the Sturdy Democ
racy of Bo«ne—Au Interesting Letter,
ft tht SJUor V U* Begider:
Sraxcsa, Roane county, W. Va , June 26.
—8o much haa been said and published in
the papers throughost the State concerning
the privation, want and distreaa of the peo
ple in thia connty among othera that I have
concluded that the true condition of our peo
pie ought to be made known, and aa the
Rkcistkr ia more generally read by the peo
ple of the State than any other, I beg apace
in its columns for t lis communication.
Times are truly hard here, aa I suppose
is so with all sections of the country, espe
cially so in thia section of the State
because of the failure in the crops
of last year and the recent long
cold winter. Many families feel keenly the
pressure in consequence thereof, but to say
that any family, person or persons in Roane
county is, or are in a starving condition, ia
entirely without foundation, and all such
rumors and reporta come from the unwar
ranted statements of a man by the name
of Cunningham, from Jackson county, who
claims to be connected with the "Eureka
Detective Agency," and ia in no wise iden
tified with good people or good society any
where. Hia only connection with the peo
ple of this county haa been to injure,vilify and
»lander them,and the better class of people are
growing hearti'y tired of him. For the pur
pofce ot obtaining entire satisfaction upon
this subject, the citizens called a meeting at
the court house on the 23rd instant, and
appointed a committee to visit that section
of the county which this man Cunningham
seemed so much interested in, and in which
he claimed there was so much destitution;
und that committee, after visiting the local
ity and many of the families represented by
I 'etective Cunningham aa being in a starv
ing condition, found the people engaged in
their usual habita of husbandry.complaining
I it is true of "hard times, ' but not more
so than ia general throughout the county,
except in rare cases, such as we always have
with us and for which the law makes ample
provision.
Koftne county is one of the foremost
agricultural and stock raising counties in
the State, is rapidly improving and the
cheap advertising she ia receiving at the
hands of envious and unprincipled spirits
will not check her "car of progress."
The people here confidently expect that
I the new asylum when built, will be built
here, simply because Koane county can
offer more inducements for the location of
that public enterprise within her limits than
any other coujjjy in the -Gd&graion
| al district.
I. _Thfi..[ftospect8 from corn crops in ttns
county, were n^ver better. There is a larger
acreage, and if the season continues good,
the yield will be larger than for two years
before. There will be a tine crop of oats,
but wheat and grass will be light.
The Democratic household here is con
siderably disturbed over the conduct of Mr.
McGraw in appointing such bitter Republi
can partisans to place and position in his
gift. Mr. H. Lewis, who was recently re
appointed by McGraw to the position held
I by him under the Garfield and Arthur ad
ministration, U the worst enemy the Demo
j :ratic party has in this Delegate district;
j composed of Roane and Clay counties. He
is an unscrupulous politician and delights
in talking of Southern outrage« and waving
the "bUxwy shirt" We in this Delegate
district are verv 3orry that when Mr.Mc'
G raw discovered that the Democratic part;
could present no man capable and honest
enough to discharge the duties imposed
h pou this appointment, that he could
cot find a decent Republican to ap
peint. It seems that Mr. McGraw
is not satietied with appointa^
Uepublicans, but tha'. he must have the
worst and most offensive element of the Re
publican party.
The appointment of McGraw to the posi
lion he holds was very unfortunate for the
Democratic party of West Virginia, and the
course he is pursuing will bring no genuine
populart*- to him from either party. We
conclude that all a man must do to entitle
him to the favor of McOraw is to do all he
can in a dirty way, to injure the Democrat
ic party.
This county gives a large Democratic
majority, has never received anything b\
way ot Federal appointment or political
preferment in the State. It is therefore m
wonder that Democrats here grow restlesi
and dissatisfied when the mo3t virulent o
her enemies receives the favor that properly
and fairly belongs to a Democrat.
Lipsirs.
FOURTH OF JULY,
FIRE WORKS,
FIRE CRACKERS,
CANON CRACKERS,
TORPEDOES, FLA.G3
CHINESE LANTERNS,
BALLOONS,
COLORED FIRE, Jfcc
NICHOLAS SCHULZ,
131© MnrkctStreot.
jaSS
THE GENUINE
LIST
MAKUFACTURIB,
lOlO MaiuSt, Wheolinir
j«7
National Bank of West Ya
AJ WH&EUH9,
C«plt*l, 9BOO.OOO.O G
Southwt cor. SUin and TwvUtfc SU.,
Om a General Bankiof Battoesi
fiSESiwiu. Â.ÎSj
«ABL w X3LKBAT, PwMeat,
CHAS. V '.OCXUNIKB., ri» PrwUânt,
WW APVjfFmWIMTt.
\VTANTED—AGENTS VOS A WKW, QUICK
W telling and prattablearlA:!«. B0K01 Man.
utacturloiCompugr. 69 C««rt atreei, Bos
to«. Hau. Jytt
LADIES CAM FIND STEADY employment
it their kernes «m.lias itlW Matkot street,
•mol tear. HOME FANCY WORK. jylr
X^OB REST—MT BESIDKNCB, COMER OF
r ihipline and Twentieth (träte, containing
flMTra rooms, pantry and bath room, «II raodern
conveniences. Possession given July 1st. J. A.
HOLUDAY. JttMh
Fob sale-family driving horse, six
mil old, dark brown collar, 15^ hands high,
weight about 1,130. Splendid style, sood trottng
action ; can trot In three minutes) quiet and gentle;
will not scare at can or steam. A No, a eo>J cart
hon* Address, J. G MILLER, Wellshorg, W.
Va. ju26oodx
WANTED—LADY AGENTS FOR "QUEEN
PROTECTOR" daisy stocking and skirt sup
porter», shoulder brace«, bustles, bosom forms, dram
shields, safety halts, sleeve protectors, etc. ; entirely
new devicee, unprecedented profita; we hare 600
rats making f 100 monthly. Address with stamp,
H. Cam p cxill 4 Co., Mo. 9 8. May St., Chicago.
malHeod b
GHOCERN !
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A TRULY FIRST
class Ice Box, large, roomy and especially
adapted to your buaineea, call on, or address lor
circular,
Goo. W. JohuMon'si Sodh,
jyÄH.HO 1210 MAIN 8TREKT.
FRUIT JARS AN] JELLY GJISSES!
Improved Fly Fans,
John Friedel's China Store,
y2 1130 Main Street»
JULY BILLS.
-1ITE HAVE OUB JULY BILLS NOW READY
(or de'.iv -ry, an t solicit prompt settlements.
Stanton & Davenport,
jyl V
McLAIN S CORN KILLER
IB ACKNOWLEDGED BY EVERY ONE TO
te the beat thing In use to cloar your corns and
bunions.
MfLain's Wheeling? Pills
Contain no calomel. Be sure you get the genuine.
■Sold by most druggists. jyl
WE HAVE SOME
WHITE / FANCY VESTS
WIHCII WI AU 8KLLIHO
50 Per Cent Below Cost.
D. GUNDL.I3VO efts OO.
jyleh 36 Twelfth Street,
FOR CHARLESTON AND KANAWHA RIVER.
The fine passenger steamer
W. IV. CHANCELLOR.
E. T. CHANCELLOR. Captain
IRA. B. HUNTINGTON Clerk.
Will leave for the above on Friday, July 8d,
at 4 o'clock a. m.
For Freight or passage apply on board or to
FRANK BOOTH,
jyl Agent
Commissioner's Notice.
-y OT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
_1_\ before me for settlement the accounts of Henry
M. Russell, administrator of the estate of Dr. G.
Schuchart. All parsous having claims, debts or do
n acds against the said Dr. G. fcchuchart or his es
tate are notified to pieaent the same with proper
proof to me at my otfiLe, No. 120 Chapllne street,
Wheeling, on Thursday, Jul) 16, 18SV
J. J. WOODS,
jtt-ioawT Commissioner of Account«.
FOURTH OF JULY
-AR THE
MUSIC BY
Opera House Orchestra.
Refreshments of all Kinds.
Meals at all Hours.
Mr. F. Walter, the proprietor of the Park Res
taurant anil Ice Cream stand, will be pieparal to
accommodate promptly all who may come.
Admission to l'ark as I'snal.
jvlr
NOTICE.
Tns ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOSK
holders of the Elson Glass Company will he
held at the company's office, at Martin's Ferry,
Ohio, Tuesday, July 14, at 1C o'clock a. m.
CHAS. MUHLEMAN,
jnSfi President.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
SHAFTING HAXGEE',
PULLEYS, S ASH,
LARGE OAK TIMBERS,
lHRXSlOK STOVES.
BLOCH BROS.
iu27e«deAdh
Augusta Female Seminary,
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA,
MISS MARY J. liALDWIN, Principal.
Opens Sept. 3, 1885, Closes June, 1H86.
Unsurpassed in its location. In its building* and
grounds, in its general appointments and aanitarv
arrangements, its full corps of superior and experi
ei ced teachers, its unrivalled advantages in Music,
Modern Languages, Elocution, Fine Arts, Physical
Cult me and Instruction in the tfceory and practice
of bookkeeping, the successful eJortsmad* to ss
cure health, comfort and happiness Its opposition
(o extravagance, Its standard of solid scho.anhip.
1 Board, Ac., Ac., and full English courte 8-30 for en
tire seSf'.O'.:.
For lull particulars apply to the Principal for
cata'ogues. ju27eo-lb
BELLEVOE HIGH SCHOOL,
BEDFORD CO., VIRGINIA.
Prepares boy« and you» g men for Bmiinese, Col
lege. or University. Full Corps of Instructor»,
Thoroughly and nandsomely equipped, Beautiful
icd bei»'thy location. For catalogue address
ltellevue P. O. Va. W. K. AHBOT, Prln.
ju2!code4gib
WATER-PROOF
Ready-Mixeii Paint !
MANUFACTURED BY
The Ullman & Phiipott MTg Co.,
CLEVELAND, 0,
These'paints are designed for all kind» of Paint
IHK, equally applicable to Wool, Iron, Stone o:
Prick Structure». The base of these Mixed Palnti
is strictly puie Ltad and beat Oxide of Zinc.oombiaei!
with thé required pu'inrnts and ground i i Pun
Unseed OU. They answ*.- equally to in and out
door work, and/or any object which it may be de
•irable to paiat, and arc not affected by climate 01
temperature. Ther afford a considerable sariag it
time and labor, and are easily applied by the most
lnexwrienoed person.
We manufacture these Paints from the belt ma
terial only and make it our special study that they
shall exert for glossy finish and durability. The;
are fast displac:ng the other Paints, as taoss wh*.
have used them once will not want any other kind.
BOLD BY
LOGAN Ac CO.,
Wholtoale Druggists,
j«3 WHEXLINO, W. VA
Underwriters' Insurance Company
WHKKLXNO, W. TA^
Office Ne. 41 Twelfth Street
CAPITAL .... $100,001
AI/OWZO U)KOT9, BOBEBT nmot.1
J. F. PAULL, QBOKOB HOOK.
J. C. ALDKBSO*.
BOBT. CRAHGLB, Ftwkhsl. •
J. F. PAULL.TU)» Prssidant,
ALP BED PAPLL. f
C. H. SEN8KÎËY, City
MMlBUUlllMni
H. F. BEHRENS,
Grocer and Steamship Agent,
9317 ud SS19 Market Street,
EOU1H BRANCH, 3601 JACOB STRIKT,
Cheapest, largeat ud beit aaortod Groeery Store
la the etty. ms
W. ZI. RINEHABT,
NOTARY PUBLIO,
Money and Stock Broker, Real
A sent.
HOUSES RENTED AND RENTS COLLECTED.
Office No. 11><3 Market Street jntt
GRAND DRAWING
-AT THE
GHAPUNE STREET RIM,
Wednesday Evening, July 1st
n* Eraj holder of a ticket ahould be pre*nt.~W
Ju8Q ■
LOADED SHELLS!
5,000 Chambarlin Cartridge Co.'s
Leaded Shells for Breech Loading Shot Guns, juat
received In 10 and 12 guage. Price* S-'.flO per 103
for 12 guage, 12.85 (or 10 guage. Put up in Waxes of
iwenty-fiTe each.
I. G. DILLON,
juS<l Sole Agent for Wheeling;, W. V*.
MAJOLICA PITCHERSÏ"
All Sizes, Shapes, Styles and
Co'ors.
SWING BROS.,
juSO Market St., Opp. McLure House,
Durst's Ice Cream !
VANIIiIjA,
CHOCOLATE,
aTHAWBERRT,
WATER ICE,
Always on Sand
r •*£
TKE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Greenbrier County, W. V».
The most celebrated of all the
mountain resorts, and one oi the oldest and
most popular of America's watering places, will
oreo the season June 1st. Elevation above tide
wr'er 2,000 feet: surrounding mountain* 3,500 feat.
■Send (or pamphlet describing hygienic a J vantages.
fi Fi nAKliK,
jullrbeAd Superintendent.
BASE BALLS, BATS, CROQUET
AND FOOT BALLS.
A good variety, at low prices. Also cheap reading
matter and lots ol It. 1'lease call and examine.
C. B. QÜIMBT,
Bookseller and Newsdealer,
JiH3 No. Iii« Market Street.
Jefferson Mill Stock for Sale or Ex
change for City Mill Stock.
Twill sell ob exchange for city
Nail Mill Stock 59 shares o! the Jefferson Iron
Works Stock of SteubenvlUe, Ohio.
THOMAS O'BBIEif,
Beal Estate Agent.
Telephone No. 475. ju27
WHITE MOUNTAIN
ICE CREAM FREEEZERS,
With triple motion, are for sale by
Nostoitt cb Bro.,
]u27 1312 MARKET STREEr,
EVERYBODY SAYS SÖT
CANDY KITCHEN
Too Créa m
IS THE riSKST.
26 H.KVKNTH ST. Telephone No. 50.
jal»
SPECIAL SALE
-OF
Wash Goods !
WE WILL COMMENCE
MONDAY, JUNE 22,
And sell our entire stock ol Wash Goo la at the fol
low tag reUuctiona:
Fine Embroidered Gingham
Robes at §3.50, formerly 95«
Plain and Striped Seersuckers at
6 11c, worth 10c.
Yard-wide Lawns at 7c, worth
10c and IS 1-Äc,
Special inducements in til kinds ol
SUMMER DRESS.GOODS,
J. S. RHODES & CO.
usa MAIN ST.
u22
I ESTABLISHED 1852.]
CARROLL S& BRO.,
Granite and Marble Workers
Nos. 6, 8 and 10 Sixteenth St
(Wear Sterne Bridge)
WHEELING, W. VA,
Have on hand a fine aaaortmeat o£
Granite and Marble Hontnaenta,
And the lateat «tylea ol Eastern work, which will ha
•old atreaaonabto prioea. aprl5egab
Second-Hand Pianos and Organs
Of cetobcmttd makw, at lew prit*» and an «n
tenna,at
SHEIB'S MUSIS STORE,
mat Twelfth St., under Acarfcm/ at Muata.
sateens!
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BEAUTIFUL STYLES
Just Received.
Grues & Goffer
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BABY CARRIAGES !
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
LOT OF
The Finest and Beat in the World.
For Sale by
Jcs. Graves & Son,
jull gp TWEI.FTH STREET.
WHEELING'S
Cheap Tent, Awning and Tarpaulin Co.
SPORTING,
■CAMPMEETING AND FAIR TENTS
OF EVKBY DF-SCBirnON.
Inferences for Superior Workmanship:
I>r. Bates, E. B. Moian, Wehster Wagon Co, A. T.
Voiioj, 0, K. Hoctie J. Hughes, Mr. McK<<«, Is
'aiij ; Mr. McKee, Main street; J. C. Miller, C. K.
Miller, Ticket Bios , Jo«. W<>!ib, Mr. Mtillttn, Mr.
i!R?ni(!i.ler, Schmulbach Brewing Co, Joaeph
Reuter, hd Knowlas, Wm. F'o'o and others.
Factory 2SItt ('ünplinf Street.
ulH W. H. TKAVEIH A CO.
THE
Cheapestând Best Miele
In the World for the Enjoyment
of Fresh Air,
WHITE MOUNTAIN
HAMMOCK CHAIR.
Strong, Durable and Light.
The White Mountain Hammock Chair
differs from all othet stationary Of reclining
chairs ip that it is better, stronger and simp
ler, is adapted to the house, lawn, porch or
camp,and is jnst chuck fall of quiet com
fort and blessed rest Is far superior to the
hammock in every way, and can be put up
so as to be always in the shade.
By its peculiar construction it is balanced
in all positions, requiring no fastenings to
keep it in place. The foot-rest can be
quickly and easily adjusted to sait the short
est or tallest persons. The seat is made ot
strong canvas, fitting perfectly the entire
lec^b, without drawing the clothing tightly
around the body, thus making it much
cooler than a hammock; while the annoy
ance of catching buttons, tearing down the
ladies' hair, or in any way displaying the
limbe is avoided.
C. Mendel & Co.,
11S4 Main Street.
alt
TitKASrir Dkfabtmxst, ")
Orr?C* or THX COXPTBOLLKI OF THE CCMXXCT, V
Washington, Jan« 19,18«. J
Where««, by leUafaetorj evidence presented to
the undermigned, it has been made to app«ar that
"The Matlocul Bank of Wtet Virginia,»! Wh»ellnf,"
in the dtr ot Wheeiiag. in the oounty of Ohio and
Mate ot Weet Virginia, has compiled with all the
proriskmi ot the "Act of Congress to enable Ra
tional Banking Associa- ton«>o extend their corporate
existence and for other purpoeea," approrcd July
12th, 1882.
Kow, therefore, L Henry W Cannon, Comptroller
Of the Qurtwcy, do hpTPbr certify that 'Im Ha
tionalof Wert Virginia, at Wheeling," in the dtr
of Wheeling, in tfeo count; ef Ohio and dtaie of
Weit Virginia, is authorised to have eaccenion for
the period specified in lu amended articles of ao
eactation, namely, until the eloae of hutineason Jane
B.1M
In Uotlsaonrwtewl alio— the hud and ami
ol oflett thie 19th day of J urn. IS«,
f m, \ B. W. CASTHOH.
I j Comptroller ef Cafïeœy.
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GEO. *. TAYLOR.
Our New Stock of Spring
and Summer Goods now be*
tag 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
BUCK 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, 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 oi
Ladies' Camb. Underwear,
Ladies' Gsuze Underwear,
Ladies' Silk Gloves ancbMitts
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas,
Japanese Fans,
Autrlan Fans,
White Embroidered Robes,
Sattine Robes, all colors,
French Sattlnes,
Children's Emb'd Caps.
Infants' Cloaks,
Fine Jersey Jackets.
White Flannel Suitings,
Jersey Stripes,
Lawn Tennis Suitings,
Combination Silks,
Jerscj Foulards,
Cambric Aprons,
Cream Albatross,
Cream Laces,
Spanish Lace, 28-Inch,
Lace Flounclngs,
Beaded Laces,
Misses' Wraps,
Boys' Shirt Waists,
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery,
Embroideries,
Handkerchiefs,
Lace Curtains,
Counterpane«,
Xable Linens«
All just opened and ready for
inspection.
The most desirable street
wrap offered this spring Is the
Black Embroidirid Drap d'ete Manila
We show in all qualities from
six to thirty-two dollars.
VELVET GRENADINES
j In new and choice designs for
Wraps and Dresses opened
THIS MORNING.
bed. «."Taylor.
J* D« W JLW MßMUMMtp
Safe and Lock Repairei
■au« Mxasx^ wbxiliw, w.ta.
«
In great variety, such as
Victoria Lawns, Linea Da Ireland,
Linen De MuH, India Lawn, Prin
cess Lawn, Lakeside Checkt,
Lace Nainsooks,Checked
Nainsooks, Swiss,
plain and fig
ured, at
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
To Suit the Times.
Summer Silks
IN ALL THE
Latest Noveties.
SATTEENS
IN
All the Oelicete Tints.
FANCY GINGHAMS!
ZEPHYR CLOTHS!
ALSO A FINK LINE OK
PARASOLS!
We have just opened our sec
ond lot of
SATIN BURBURS.
As the CARPET season Is
about closing, we will offer
our entire stock at
Greatly Reduced Prices !
STONE & THOMAS.
PARSONS
-) MASTSH (
PHOTOGRAPHER,
CIT Y.
esoSJ
BERNARD L. BUTCHER,
Attorney-at-Law and Real Estate Agent.
1308 MARKET ST., UPSTAIRS,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Collection* and rial «tau bualnaa* it landed to la
any p*rto> the tjtaU. apllfc
VI. HARE A ION,
PRACTICAL!
Plumbers, 6tt tnd Steam Fitter«!
No. 88 Twelflk 81,
Ai wort dona praaptiy at Ml nmmMi prim
ALL Till NKWKHT
SHEET MUSIO
And the older «tundard pabllcatloLj of Munie ant
Books, at large dlacoonU from regular price*, at
SHEIB'S MUSIC STORE,
ma3 Twelfth 3t, nndig Academy of Mualc.
BLANK BOOKS !
ALL SIZES AMD BTILEB,
-AT
«T. B. WILSONS
nrl7 1232 MA1ECT 0TKEET,
I m hole, ai kuiC|
High and Low Pressure and Ex
baust Steam Heating and
Ventilating a Specialty.
pu th* Moat iBpMTtd MitMi
FINI STOCK or
OA* FixTunmi
Of Um Latett Sty I«« rod taaigna.
»AS MAOHZNXia,
Injtrton Bteam Pampa, fttaara HrphooM, Iron »E
Uad Pip«, TâiTta, Pitunp and Gaagai ol ailiclad
■ ■tMk,
WHEELING PAPER WAREHOUSE
ROBIMftOH, FARM * CO,
ManoJactoren u4 Mm In rrtrj nrMjr of Pi
PEÄ. V«. l«r M AIM STREET,
Telrpboo«, Sil. Wheeling. W. Ya.
Highcrtcaah price paid far Bag», Paper and Ol
Book*. my 19t>
BASKETS.
MARKET BASKETS,
picnic baskets,
LUNCH BASKETS,
SEAGRASS BASKETS,
PALMLEAF BASKETS,
CLOTHES BASKETS,
WORK BASKETS,
RATTAN BA8KET9,
CHIP BASKETS,
SPLINT BASKETS.
The l*i yt cloak af Fancy Wat Vat« ia the dtr, al
saw aad prima lav.
B. JT. SMYTH,
]b> 0»r. MbW aad Tiirtawft ttrmu
Notice to Contractors.
Wm Tntmi PunrrnrruaY. 1
MoriMviiUL Jim *. UtL i
885. far Um am
o« —
SS5J*Ü__J
UnUtTthl
bMktem. la |«ad coalition. Appl^^^S
FOB SALE]—H
ri TOI* kxsidemce kov OOCth»
by Dr. FaiXj, eorner Twiim «J?
■trait» I
Alaa, tha dwallinf adjoliln« and nu«wto
bl atieat. I
Alao, Ut tmnnt boutas tt No 930
JAMES L HAWuI*
mrt» H». 1CJ KafcïJJjJ
Trustee's Sale of Real Ett*
-OTVlBTüBOr A DEEI> OF TBCyr uZ
H ln«datatha»dday ofK.^air. V*«
brChrUlian Seibke and kate Seil.k,, k
M M trusta», and recorded In d.*d of trut
17. «•« «0, Ol th« Und recortj of OUaTÎ"
WastVlrjinU, tbe said trust«» win, 00
Saturday, Jane «Ith, I8«j
nil tt public auction, at tb« front al\
dtyVWboillii«. In Ö^oT^T;' 'ru"3
Vit« Virfiala. Said part of «l4 Ut uT,
front« thirty od tb? »«-t , i« J!V?*J*
straet, between TwentynlxUi ind
street», aad eiteads hack ln , r7
•▼w wldtb iftT «1* (V>> l«t n..r, or
■tiwt. la tb« 8iith ward of »iM rlt»
Said proprti to Um aame »hui««
Um aaid CarisUan Seibke by Ssuuei v V**!
and wlf« br d«»d dated tb« ltd dar 0f Fahr ff *
and rocornod ln the Clerks o'fif* «'tu? ^
Court of Ohio county. West Virginia. in [w,^
Ko. «, pacta 42t and t». * 110 M
Taaaa of Sal«—0\e-third Ith» pnirh,..—
»ball be Pftld In c.-ah on day o: «*> «•
thereof in on« yrar^wuh interv*t, and th,
d«r thereof lu two y ran with lntrre»t (n,« *5
aal«. Um purrhaaar ilrln« hU not«« with «oJjlÜ!
Ity for the deferred pavm.nU and th« leSttJ*
U>C property to b« retained until th,
money shall b®rc been paid ln full
^ 8AER, T?\un|
Tb« »bor» sala bu been postponed ont' ïmU
July Id. 1815, at 10 o'clock a m
juïM B. O. BiUR.iv.,.«.
COMMISSIONER'S SJÖffl
Valuable Real Estate,
IN THE MÜHIOFAL COI KTOT WillFir*
We»t Virginia. UJ<
In |>air arc* of ihr authority vrttoj |B .
decree o! the Municipal Cou it ot Wbo.1., ■??
on the thiol day o! Jane, ü*j, in i «ait m Xî.r?
therein pending, in wbieh hu. ui* Taylor tiïtrf
Taylor, her husband are plaintif!» m,| w.j
Hard«« and other» ara deleuilanta, I will «." *
Tl'KSDAT, JULY :,1KJ«.V
commencing at 10 e'oiook » m «eil it Mb:ii
Uon, to the blgbat and brat bl.Mer. at tu bZ
door of the Court Hou»e of Ohio cmoty, W«t
rinia, the followingdescribed i«rc> .« *, 1
that ia to iay :
tint The v«at one-ha r o! lot n>ia?<*r«| u*
(80) (I tu ate on tba »out h tide ol Miteentk nnm;
the Michael (irahaiu addition to tb* city of at*
Ing, In the State ol W<«t Virginia, t
tba building* and Improvement» them* rJ
foregoing propert* comprlaee the pro(,rty mi ■«
deuce of th* late HoUten Har.lrn, and u t MT
nirable property. Tb« Improremenu roeiin tt,
Urge brick dwelling hou'e, with In.k ml.« ^
other oul-bulldlng», an.l are In eioeileni r»(i»ir
fécond. Lut number»! eleven «II », m »,
nuBbered eighteen (18), and the n.irth oD> ba'c '
lot numbered twelve (12) in »luare n.imtwxl » <tt
e. n (It), aa deaignated on the mip uf tit* . ^4
vI»loino tbeJixpb Caidaell erUie an I Itu,.»
therefrom to the «aid city of Whaling, tiuu» m»
ty, Wut Vlrifinia: »aid pro|»tty froi.tli.c m *
eaitaideof hoff nrect, between Tvectr «itu im
Thiltleth itneta.
There i* erected on the foregoing prop,n. ,t,
gant brick rceldrace. ai») lia uio*r d>«uabw fm
erty. Haid huildlBg wia erwt«d by k<te»ri |
Harden a» a residence. aaJ 1* uuuauaJiy . .4^4
ou» and well eonxtnu ted
It la nqnlrnl by the decree under which tha ^
.la to be made thai tha parcel» of p-oparty ilwtifc
•cl I bed »ball beoflered for Hie ü-i-ar.« ely.
Tkhmb or tULa One-thlid of the per<ka
money shall be paid In ea»h na the d«y of >iu «t
a» much more thereof a* the purch«*n inn ^
to pay ; the balance »hall l>ep«id in tvor^u. »
■taimrnta with Intereat from dar of »»le. it oa«a|
two y tar» from the day of »aV rv»{«rtirrti %
purrhaaer to give hl» nota* fer the i-ifrmjpp.
nu ni», with aacuritr to be approved by Um n»
mlnloner: and a* mrther teemity th. lui. um
panai» of land »hall be retained until the uinkai
uioney ehall hare been paid In full, and ibeifw
commlationcr ordered by tha Court to
R. t). BAU,
H pedal Cu lamia loa«.
I hereby certify that bond haa been gl»T >.7 tfc
alote named hpêdal Coinmlatloner In Um tfcn I
entitled cauae a» required hy Uw.
THOMAM M. DAI'.RAH,
Clerk ol the MuulclpuJ Court ot n hewing.
Ja»l
Trustee'« Sale of Real Eititi
THK UMDKB8IONED TBDrtTKE, Dr m
tu* of a deed of tru«t esecuted to hie tf
tieorge Enowlee. Edward Kuowlea and VlrgieuL
KdoiIm, hli *ll«, dil*l Ih« <lil <>7 ol Mir. «4
«od rewrded to l)w.l »I TruM H«.>k No. — pa#
142. In tbeoAceoflhe Clerk ol Ihe Colli; i w.i
Okio county, Wut Ylr*inla. will on
Psturday, Ilia lltli Day of July. 1MMS.
•t 10 «'dork i. a., it (fee fro«» door oI lU t *«ri I
lloute ol Ohio county, Waat Vi, u. m «
public auction, to tha hlgheet >a( l««i iild* ua
loi Id* Inn |>rop< rty, to vit: All the riitht tit > a»d
InUreet ol Heorge Knowlea, Edward k'»,«i«i>4
VlrKlala I. KdowIm In and to tha fi.lUwttg ml
«•lata: 1 fit y Icet tquare ol Uta weet end J u*
lot »r parcel of trnnnd iltuatod in ih» »Hin*« to
tha city ol Wheeling «hick we« l«M out b; Mam
W. t liapllneand other« and iealgnatnl oatht^l
tbanol aa lot No. H>, Mng all that p*rt lrta| W
I* «en tha wettern boun<larw ol Mid I»' v>4 i i.m |
drawn |>arm.lei to and flfty !«♦'. Inn IM i
boundary acmaa the lot fro» bort h i »«t
alao all tha light, tilla and tatoewt »I »4 >mm I
Knowlea, kdward Kaowlaa and VlrgtaM L |
Kaowlea in and to Um part .'■<»
to In the addition to U>a <Hy of Wh«elln( »d
out by Moaea Y/. Chaplin« and other*, lug ibid|«
the northweetarn comer ol aald lot ; tbec<« • mt
the northern boundary ol aaid lot la in «Mtort IT
rection flfty feet; thence la a aoulbern ilirerumto
light «agira with tha northern llaeo' «Iii toi te»!*
feet . Ibenoa in a waatorn direction parallel eit*t*t
north and aouth linaa al aald M fifty laet to m
alley; thence In a northern direct:»» ton« tog I
wot era boundary «I aald lot to Ute plaça al H»
° T$CBMH OP HALB- One-half of parefce» rot*
payable In cajh on dar oI gala, the other half pal»
ble In one raai Iroia day o( tale with lotar«t
on from day ol aale at all prr cent [•»' annaa. Ua
purchaaer (I ring h to aota lot the def.»rrri »*»■
ment with gaud aecurlty and tha tltto bet"! m
taioed until all the pur?haae moner hu b» ftoi
JOBS O. PENDLKIDII, TN"*
J. Cumaxu Haavir. Auctioneer. H"__
FOR RENT.
TTtOI RKMT-A RKICK HTARLK PO* TMlO
1 bonaa, 112» Chaplin« «treat. Apyf »' >'■*
Main attect «*»•
FOR RUNT.
tf y FINE OOÜKTBT BKHIDKWCK iT Ml
Jjl De Chantal tJUttoa. on \Vh«eiirg,
and Baltimore railroad: tnera are «e»*n r*-«» f"
cellar and porche*; outride hake m, n.uer m
wall, together with «tabHn* and paetur* prir rp
ic. Will real aeparalely froia the land« or ***
*iaa, aa tha teaaat may prefer.
Alao, my Large Brick Dwelling In BerW*
containing rix rooai and perch, cHy «od *»*|
water at Uie door. Good teaaota «aa net «'•*• •
"i'rS *"• _ PLimiH
I>. o. LIST, Jr.
Pork Packer,
08 Fowteeith Street
WHKiLiie, wemt a
m ^
University of Pennsylvania.
L P iMt, b u, ymnf ***
courte. A. R '
,1IL. T2WMK Bcaaaij I r*-y«e* m+,+,
III. WBAnovScauMtar Fir aw a in iMf
Mr. CoBisat la ConaUtotleeaJ iaw aad fsWt 4A
■lnlatratlon, Politic«! Eoonoay, Manas«* If*
and factice. Plsaaca, flan klag, lu. r» ug. >
gree Ph. B.
IV. Caranrv PviLoaomr, locrytan t*f*
/«tin. French, Oenoaa, Mental and M«n
Pby, Mathwttlca, GeoeraJ fVieno». «"«^ ^
la Bteiagy with labora wry wart. ***•
liberal tlttOwm In tad between thttt «•<
do« of htfjutxà Ymt
▼. Cotaaa im M rue Two-ytan' ptd«d
Dijgree Maa. Baa.
VL MaoiOL B'nawu Thre»>y««rr gr»d«<
»Ith optloaal fowrth y«ar. Dt«r^* M. 0.
V1L. DevtalMcmou Twa-iiairiwh"
Dyw D. D. 8. , .-„i «et
- Scweau
covae alaliar to »
ft
viII. TtrunuT - r_-—
ad co«n« tlmüa/to Buropaaa achawt.
a in leal and toboratarr adraatM- •
tatan la IhM three aioato.
it Law nratar Two-jaart" »«f"1.
admit« to Paaaaylmala ^^ïïZ^iam
JL ft»i«mCAL Bcaaau Ty»yyLf^^i m
axUaiad laharatary wart. Owgg» 1
saa lohoai wlthoat geagUaatw
Ss-fess'ss.
PETER WELTY A CO,
WIOUBULILfeVOM;
1113 Main Street»
WHKKLOrO, W. 7A.

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