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WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING C0.7 '
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«OCXD1M« COCNTET.
THE MMOlSJtlt. ~mbr*ezny it* **eral trtiiUmt.
nUtrui at (Ac Fotwfict m IfMnif, IT. Va., a*
-Vm* mtrtlrr.
The Senatorial question Iuls taken on
some additional romplirstious and where
it is goin« to Jitfht and whom it is jfoin^ to
strike and at what time, and how, are on.
known quantities.
Thk a^poiucus lteinocrata and .tome.
Republicans have tx-eu seared out of a year's
mrowth over the little incident that left
some ot* the lVuitentiary investigating.
committee on the road while others reach
ed Charleston several boms ahead. The ;
wheels ot* 1 emulation will move tremblingly !
on their revolutions for several days yet.
That little .scheme of the Republican
politician* of oar city to increuw the num
ber ol wards by forming another from tin
Sixth and Eighth wards, in order to in
crease their majority in Council, looks very
bad for persons who ha\e been so load in
their professions of nou-partisanship in
municipal government. If the affair* of the
city could be manage«! better by such a '
change, of course it would be all right for it |
to be made. But then it looks like the people
of the Sixth and Eighth wards ought to
have some voice in the matter. Agyet the
Republican politicians are the only ones
who are interested.
This is a new kind of non-partium mu-.
nicipal reform—everything the Repa hl i.-ans
can get by law aud an attempt to change
the city charter so they cau get more.
A I.IITLE TOO MI C II EXCITED. ;
The Democrats have had eoongh kicking
in their own ranks to feel relieved at any
little diversion that happens on the out
side. The tirade of the Senator froui
Kit« hie furnishes as much entertaiunient
for its readers as it furnislie«! pleasure to
the ote who delivered it.
Mr. Mokkis says that "the groat throb
hing heart ol the people is arouse«! as it
never has )»een betöre since the war" over
the trend the Senatorial question has
taken. Had " the great throbbing heart of
the people" beat in unison with that of
the Senator troui h'itchio, when he had
worked himself up to a fever beat like the
mouutaius that were once iu labor to briug j
forth an insignificant mouse, it might have |
heeu so. Üut I». W.'s heart is not "the
gnat throbbing heart of the people." The '
'"great throbbing heart of the people"
seems to be aroused iu favor of Senator Cam
pen s re-election, it' we are to >ndge any
thing trom what we see and hear around
US.
Mr. Mokkis so far forgot himself as to
make the general charge of )>olitieal c-or
ruptiou an«! dishonesty against the frieutls
of Senator Camden*, both Democrats and
Republicans. The Senator îunst know
must know that he calls iu <|tie»tioii the
honor ot many iuen who are above re
pr«*wh, meu win**- lives have always Iteen
pure and upright. Siii-li talk is pnerile
and ill becomes a man who aspires to lead
his j»arty.
Vet those aimed at by Mr. Morris'
wor«!s know that this is his failing au«l
will go ou doing as they pleas*' neverthe
less. They have aU>ut the same fceliug
toward him as the «»Id man had agaiust
the old croue that was brttomstu-kinghiui:
I^et er aloue; it pleases she and don't
hurt 1."

A NEW INSANE ASYLUM.
The question of building a new asylum
tor th«- insane is «>ne that the I.egislature
will timl no little difficulty in deciding.
Several localities are asking for the asy
lum, each presenting claims more or less
strong.
By some, it is rccomiuemle«! that an ad
dition lie made to the building at Weston.
And iu«lee«l there are strong poiuts iu its
lavor.
Hy building some of the wings higher
and uiakiug other additions, thec«wt would
'"any thousand dollars less thu ertvt
ing a new asylum elsewhere. This would
accommodate all the patients frtr a number
ot years to come.
Then the annual coat of running one in- J
stitution accommodating all the insane
would be much lern th;ui running two,
each caring for half. We woul.l bare but
one set of oflcets to pay instead of two,,
and hut one corps of physicians, instead of
two, an«l expense would be saved iu
vanoos other ways.
It is n«>t a g«MM| plau for a young State
like West Yirgiuia, that is uot very
wealthy, to spend itself over too m ml,
ground. It coat» money to rnn an asy
lum and mnch more to run two.. The State
is not running one right, owing to the
m^agernesN of its appropriations. What
wonld it do with two?
lu I Ho \> f*U>n attyiuui a giMMl ileal of I
money needs to be -p^nt in improving ami |
furnishing the buildings and beautifying ,
the ground*, making the plat* attractive
and home-like, rather than uninviting, !
gloomy and jail-like. To keep patients in
rooms poorly furnished anil dreary, with
insane to be heard and seen on every hand,
is little lietter than leaving them in couuty
jails.
There also needs to lie much more
money spent tor medical help. Four or
five physician« at Weston, among seven
hundred patienta, have time to do little or
nothing more than to prescribe tor their
physical ailments, such as colic, headache
and the likes. Let them do their best,
they are kept too busy to devote uiuch
attention to diseases of the mind. I nder |
snch circumstances as these, if an insane
person regains his mental powers, it is be
cause he has done so in spite ol' the ne
glect of the State. Weston needs more
physicians, men that are experts in dis
eases of the mind. To have such, good
salaries must be paid. First-class physic
ians will not likely work for fourth-rate
pay.
Would it not lie better, for the uufurtn
nate insane ot the State, to expend the
money in making the Western Asylum
what it should be, rather th.tn build
another asylum and allow the insane to be
improperly cared tor in each? of coarse
there are certain sections of the State that
arc anxious to have a new aeylnm built
in their midst. This is natural and we
tind no fault with them tor this. Kut we
always have had an idea that an asylum is
built for tWhenetit of the insane, rather ■'
than for any special locality.
We hare no ax to grind, aud merely 1
*
brow out these suggestions for what they
J« worth, because we are interested in
eeing tbe Legislature take the bent possi
ble coarse in caring for the unfortunate
itsane of the State.
No extra charge for this.
THE LEGISLATURE.
HQUSE OF DKI.KttATKS. _
Chakkstux, W. Va . \
Friday, February 11, 1887. j
The House was open««! with prayer by
Mr. Reynolds, a delegate from Mercer
■oojity.
The Committee on the Judiciary re
ported beck H. R 150, "to encourage the
-aising of horses, males and cattle," with
the recommendation that it pam, and H. B.
M8, "concerning tbe authentication of
ieeds and other writing»," with the recom
neudation that it pass.
The following bills were then intro
Jored:
By Mr. Cbipley—H. B. 316, "concern
ugairest, commitment and bail," and H.
R. 347, "concerning fees of Justices in
»riminal caxes."
By Mr. Lucas—H. B. 318, "concerning
[he time and place* for holding tbe regu
lar terms of the Supreme Court ol Ap
[»eal-H."'
By Mr. Yeager—H. B. 319, "To release
I be forfeiture of certain land in thecount3' !
L»f Pocaboutas, wnich have heretofore been :
taxed in the connty of Randolph."
By motions of the several patrons of the
hills their reference to committees was <
dispensed with and they were parsed to a
tirst reading.
H. B. -<î, "To prohibit the sale of intox
icating liquors and drinks within the State
of West Virginia," pa**d to its third read
ing.
Mr. Chancellor, from the Committee on
Federal Relations, reported Mr. Mayan's
Joint Resolution 18, "Concerning the U.
S. Senate Retaliation bill on the Canadian
tisheries question."' Tbe resolution was
then taken up out of its order and agreed
Several bills were read a second time
uud pa*wd to a third reading.
H. H. "Ji"to provide for the weighing
or measuring ol' all coal at the mines and
tor the protection of miners and others
engaged in the mining of coal," on a IN
ond reading caaml some debate but was
passed to a third reading after some
amendment.
H. K. 155, "concerning the authentica
tion of deeds and other writings," was
passed to a third reading after some amend
ment.
A tier the di.«olutiou ot the joint assem
bly a recess was taken until 3 o'clock
p. m.
In the afternoon session H. B. 155,
(oucerning the authentication of deeds
uud other writings," occasioned some dis
cussion, but after a few amendments it
was passed to a third reading.
If. H. ITH, "concerning ferries, toll
hridgas, water course« and mills," was
also made the subject of much debate.
Several important amendments were
adopte«! and the bill was passed to its
third readiug.
H. B. fci, "Empowering the County
Commissioners of Taylor county to allow
Joe». M. Allen additional compensation for
his services as Assessor during the year
1*S0,"H. H. *214, "Concerning the appoint
ment and duties of commissioners of elec
tions," H. B. 114, "Concerning certain
licenses," H. B. 13t», "To preserve the
rights and powers of internal improvement
companies organized since the first day of
February, l"Wi, which have invested ten
per cent of the capital subscribed, ami
afterwards suspended operations," and
if. B. 141, "Concerning the incorporation
of lîiiilruads." were also ordered to a third
reading, after some amendment.
S. B. 34, "Extending the time within
which railroad companies organized since
the 14th day of March, 1*81, may com
mence the reconstruction of their roads, if
such construction has not already com
menced, and sj»end thereon ten per cent ot
the capital actually subscribed, and com
plete their roads and pot them in opera
tiou," was taken up by motion of Mr.
(iardeu and read a third time. The time
mentioned in the bill was changed to "the
first day of June, 1SN0," and the bill was
then («Mied by a vote of 51 to none. It
was also moved and carried that the bill
take effect from its passage.
The Mouse theu adjourned until 9:30
to-morrow morning.
SENATE.
Charleston, \V. Va., )
Friday, February 11, 1-W7. »"
S. B. So was read a third time and
passed by a vote of «*0 to 3.
S. B. ♦•-, "To puuish incendiarism in
setting coal mines on fire," was also
passed.
S. B. SI, "Providing for the establish
ment and management of the West Vir
ginia Reform School," was passed by a
vote of 21 to 2.
H. B. 1 was passed by a vote of 14 to 8.
A motion was made by Mr. Morris to re
consider the vote by which the hill was
passed, but the motion was voted down.
The Senate then went into joint assem
bly, ami after its dissolution the Senate
took a recesH until 3 p. in.
In the afternoon S. B. 1(B, "To relieve
certain corporations from forfeiture or
cassation ol" their corporate rights and
privileges," was passed by a vote of 'JD to I.
Several bills were read a second time
and passed to a third readiug after some
amendment.
Adjourned.
[l»ur Charleston coirespondent desires
us to correct an error in the report of the
proceedings of the House on Monday,
which was published in Thursday's Kk<\
Istkk. Mr. Pugh amended the bill for
the protection of game, fish. 4c., by pro
hibiting the use of seines in catching fish,
instead of allowing their use, as the report
has it. '
Mr. Woods was also inaccurate!v re
ported in his remarks on the Public Hialth
law. The point lie made was that while
there was a penalty prescrilied for prac
ticing medicine without having first ob
tained a certificate, there was no penalty
for practicing aller a revocation of a cer
ti fit ate once properly obtained.—En. ]
These »re -Solid Facts.
The best blond pnrifier and system reg
ulator ever -placed within the reach of
suffering humanity, truly is Electric Bit
ters. Inactivity ot the Liver, Biliousness,
Jaundice, Constipation. Weak Kiduevs, or
any disease ot the urinary organs, or who
ever requires an appetizer, tonic or mild
stimulant, will always fiud Electric Bit
ters the best and only certain cure kuown.
They act surely ami quickly, every bottle
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a l>ottle by
l-ogan Co.
Ailvic«* to Mothrr«,
Mr«. Winslow's Soofhiuu Syrup for
children teething, is the prescription of one
of the be*t female nurses and physicians
in the United States*, and has been used
for forty years with never failing success
by millions of mothers for their children.
During the process of teething its valne is
incalculable- It relieve« the child Irom
pain, cures d vsentery and diarrhoea, grip
ing in the bowels,and wind colic. By giv
iug health to the child it rests the mother.
lYioe 2Sr» bottle.
The Natural Gas Company of % IIa.
Ti> the of irVWiauf win« .Vrfanil Gas for
<Ivmertie ptrpmn :
I.iut w.vk my attention wvs called to freinent
nf wbctethe üie was unsatisfactory m to heat
uxl gas fr>un<l »'limine around the miser under 1
lté grale. Whenever that occsirs the tilling in
ihe urate should be taken out and readjusted,
iverand around the burner and distributing
pipe. To secure a bright, clear, safe and satis
Factory lire the filling it) the grate otightu.be taken
Hit ahtait once a month ami all the dust or dirt
;hat has accumulated around the mixer or dis
;r.buting pipe removed and the tllUf carvfnlly ,
wt in so as u> not interfere with the tlow of gas
ip through ,ht' tilling in llie grate. • If the open
ugs in the burneraiv allowed to heomne clogged
rith dust, the gas may be driven down around
ha nit Ter and might become dangerous by And- |
ng its way down through the hearth. A care
til observance of the above will insure a good,
'tear tire and prevent possible accidents from i
Ire. C W. BATCHKLOR,
febfeada President
The Death of Mlu Carrie Brown.
itorganloicn PotL
A large and sympathizing audience -
ttended the fnneral services of Miss Carrie -
trown, at the residence of her father, 1
bhn J. Brown, Esq., on Sunday last.
No occurrence bas so tilled this commu- .
lity with sadness as this bereavement. *
lis* Brown was a lady of no ordinary ex
ellencies of character. A Christian of a
ligh ideal as well as of a clear experience, 1
>f sterling integrity, she endeared herself
o a large circle of friends.
But for the mysterious mental aliment (
hat brought her life to so mournful an
nd, her personal graces and attainments
»ould have qualified her for a high place ,
d society. The serene countenance that
ay in her coffin warrants the belief that '
he has entered the portals of that city j
rhere the weary are forever at rest. <
Mont Excellent.
J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knox ville, ,
Tenn., writes: "My family and I are ben
ticiaries of your most excellent medicine. ,
)r. King's new discovery for consumption, t
laving found it to be all that you claim <
or it, desire to testily to ta virtue. The
riends to whom I have recommended it
»raise it at every opportunity."
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consunip
ion is guaranteed to cure Conghs, Colds, <
Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup, and every al'
èction of Throat, Chest, and Lungs.
Trial Bottles free at Logan & Co. 's Drug !
(tore. Large Size $1.
DIED.
H ANKE—Sunday. February '3th, ISC, at <:*)
»'clock p. m., Fbki>erick Hank*, Jr., aged 2S
rear* and 3 months.
Funeral notice hereafter
F°R
Çw ^dcerttsfmenis.
RENT.
The Three-story Brick Dwelling, confer of
rwelflti aud Eoir streets, containing twelve
ooms has all modern improvements, including
latural ga«; also newly papered and painted.
For particulars enquire of
KMSHK1MER <L CO..
fcftUeh The Twelfth Street Hattert.
Save Your Eyes.
If your eyes arc weak and giving you trouble,
jo at on e to I. G. DILLON and get a pair of
'King's Combination' Spectacles
or Eye-Glasses.
They will preserve and improve the eye sight.
For sale ouly et
DILLON'S.
feM 1223 Market Street.
JßLANK BOOKS,
DAY-BOOKS, JOURNALS, LEDGERS,
CASH HOOKS.
TBI A I. HAI.ANCK,
ixyoici: Boukn.«c.
FOREIGN aad DOMESTIC STATIONERY
Wall Paper, I!»rdrrs, ami Criliu^
Vereratieas.
The Largest Stock and Greatest Variety in the |
eity. For sale retail at w holesale prices by
JOS. GRAVES & SOX.
el No. 2fi TWELFTH STREET.
ATOTICE.
-VIÜHISO TO—
Rpdupe My Large Stock of Pianos,
I will for the next ten days oQ'er s|«eeial lutrgnins
in Stelnway & Sons', Kranich «!k Baeh, and Kra
kauer fiante. F. W. BAUMER.
fetiS 1:510 Market Street.
M
'LAIN'S
PECTORAL COUGH SYRUP
Is just what you need for yourself or the little I
folks. It will Cure a Cough or Cold quicker than
anything made. No opiates. Large bottles.
Sold by rao.it dealers.
Manufactured by
feM KrLAlüi BROTH I.HS.
\
ALENTINES.
FINK AND COMIC,
At Wholesale and Retail. A Large Assortment
just opened.
O. IX. QUIMBY.
Bookseller and Newsdealer,
ja£> No. 1414 Market Street.^
JjX)URTEEN DOLLARS
Will Pay for a Passage Across the Atlantic
Last or West, to or trom Liverpool, Glasgow.
Queenatowa, Londonderry, ami Philadelphia.
SU from anv steamer |<ort or railway station in
Ireland to Philadelphia. $1'» to or from London,
Bristol or Cardif. For passage tickets call at
H. F. BEHRENS ,
deJ3 -Z2\~ Market Street.
Ja**» C. Massbkrrkr. Chas. R. MoKown.
Jon. Lötz.
MANSBERKER, LÖTZ & MrKOWN
—PRAcnrair—
PLUMBERS, GAS Ä STEAM FITTERS,
U. 40 Twrlftk St., (IrLala'i Block.)
Whkklino, W. Va.
*irEstimates ftiruished. All work done at
reasonable rates. Julie
MIEAP COUNTER.
To close out odds and ends in
Glassware, White and Decorated
Dinner and Tea Ware. For a few
days only, at
JOHN FRIEDEL'S.
febt 1110 Main Street.
TpOR RENT.
A Dairy Farm,
t)f about X'i acres, complete with dwelling, gran
Ary and slabliug for thirty cows. three miles fiom
eity on good road. Apply to
W. H R1NEHART,
fehlOae _ 1MJ Market street.
V" ALENTINES.
WE HAVE MADE OUR VALENTINE SPREAD,
And Invite all lovers, (which should include
f very body ), to come and make your selections.
STANTON & DAVENPORT.
feba _ No. 13U1 Market Street.
Ü Dare Chance for Manufacturers,
We offer uow lor sale the
Extending from Chapline to Eoff street, a full
square. and 109 fett south. u>cether with the
Brewery and three excellent vaults ajul cellars,
'table», brit k anil frame, coojhts' shop, and
.•Ijlht small and larsre tenement h on «es.
If not sold by A pi il 1st, the Brewery and
ranlts and one stable will l>e offered lor rent.
For partii ulars inquire a? once.
<\ A. SCHAKER A OX. Agent*.
_febl-h Wheelinx, W. Va.
A N ELEGANT
-1 V UPRIGHT PLAJSO
["oexchange for a good SquarePiano, at SHEIB'S
4USIC STORE Twelfth St., under (irand «»pern
Ink j*14
[ J I'lTARS AT LOW PRICES.
A Fiue Guitar, Patent Head, for S 5 00
A beautiful Guitar, Patent Head, Ihr 8 50
A Splendid Guitar, Patent llead. for— 10 00
A Superb Guitar, Patent %ead. for _ 15 CO
Guitar String* a specialty at
sHKlB'S MUSIC STORE,
J5 Twelfth St., t'uder Grand Opera House.
Bi^ead, Bf^bad
Cheaper Than You Can
Bake at Home.
IHEELING BAKERY CO.'S
Fini Pr«aaittm Bmd Alvtfi
RESH, WHOLESOME AND RUTRICIOUS.
Ask your grocer lor it
WHEELING BAKERY CO.J
aitM 12» MARKET STRUT. •
getp JJdüfrtisfments.
r^OST—POCKET BOOK. CONTAIN! NtTs'ToO,
Li ou Market itreet. between Eleventh and
'weltth streeu. The tinder will be rewarded by
taring at this office. febMq
nX>K RENT-THE SHERM AN HOL 8E, MAR
P tin'« Kerr}-. For particulars inquire of A.
H*- EI NEK, Martin'* Ferry, O. jaJTl«
riTANTED—SITUATION OK ANY SaTI'RE.
VV Can luruisli reference». Address "Ii."
bis office. febtlerdq
H"*OR SALE—I < »KKEtt KOR SALS MY UOl'SE
hold and Kitchen Furniture, at my resi
lence, 1(U> Ohapliue street. MRS. KLETZLY.
fcbll*
[IT ANTED- A SALESMAN — APPLY AT
VV oncv. EDWARD PERRY SNEI I„ Nur
eryuiau.i Rochester, New York. feUsecdt
—*■*!■■■■ »II INTELLIGENT EARNEST
W man to represent a large, responsible
louse iu his own locality and outside of large
ities A remunerative salary to right party,
ieferences exchanged. Am. Manifacuring
louse, 16 Barclay, street. New York. feb1
r\RG ANETTES
^ WITH DANCE MUSIC.
uitable for private parties, balls, socials, etc., at
HEIK'S MUSIC STOKE, Twelfth Street, under
irand Opera House. jalâ
—Kol: CINCINNATI. L<<IT<VILLE
ami all way landings, the elegant
passenger steamer,
NEW ANDES.
?has. Mr h Léman Commander
<1. F. Noll Clerk
Leaves for the above on Tuesday. Feb. 15, at
; o'clock p. m. prompt. For full particulars tele
>hone FRANK BÔOTH, Agent.
Jau:U
pHK
COMING EXHIBITION.
A cordial invitation is extended to all persons
laving art pieces, to take part in the Exhibi
ion at
Kirk's Art Store.
.'ommt tiring March 1st, 1887.
Yours truly, J. H. KIRK.
febUi
rllK STA I K tit » KSI tlKUUiM,
county, iu Ihe Circuit Court lor Ohio comity.
(Vest Virginia. February Rules, 1"*7.
Joseph W. Whissen, Jr.,
vs.
3eorge W. Whissen. John E. \Vhissen, 1/OiU* II.
Whissen. Annie E. Whissen, Sarah J. Whissen.
Homer K. Whissen, Uhnlei i. Wbbn nd
Joseph W. Whisseu, Sr.
IN CHANCKKY.
The object of the above entitled suit is to se
cure partition of lot No. 78, in the town ofTiia
delphia. Ohio county, West Virginia. I»etween
the husband and hêirs of Maria Whiten, de
feased. And it appearing from an affidavit died
herein that .lolm K Whissen, Homer K. Whissen
and Charles A. Whissen are not residents of the
State of West Virginia, it is ordered that they do
upi>ear here within one month after the date of
the first publication of this order and do what is
necessary to protect their Interests in this suit.
It is further ordered that this order be published
and posted as required by law.
Witness, John W. Mitchell, Clerk of said court,
at the Court House of said county, this yth day
of February, Iss? u>-wit: February Kules, ls<7.
JOHN W. MITCHELL, Clerk.
Published tirst lime February II. I**"
Attest: JOHN W. MITCHELL. Clerk.
Jordan a McKf.nnan, Solicitors for Complain
ant. feblloawt
A**
•SSMEXT NOTIC E.
At a meeting held February 5. the Board of
Directors of the Wheeling Base Ball Association
levied an assessment of i"> per cent, on the capi
tal stii k. due and payable February 15, to the
Treasurer, Mr. Alex. Mitchell, at the Peoples'
Bank. WM. T. ENGLISH,
feblite'i . Secretary.
"PARTIES
-L -AND
Weddings Furnished & Supplied
ICE CREAM EVERY DAY. AT
febl-» DUnST'S.
'^yUEELLN«
Rusiness College.
Three separate departments in successful oct il
lion. Business, i^jglish Training and Short
hand and Type-writing.
I.a.Mi-s adlllitt-d. Addr.— :i- .-il" j.ll
QAVE VOI U BACON.
Use Extract of Smoke.
Parties who used this article last season, say
their meat kept better and had a richer flavor
than after being smoked the old way.
For Sale by R.H.LIST,
febl.' lull) Main Street.
El ORATED
D
ENGLISH CHAMBER SETS !
Fine Goods at All Prices.
EWING BROS.,
febl I l Jlf. Market St., oppo. McLure House.
"pUIlE
DRINKING WATER
Can only In- obtained by u«ing Jewell's i.atest
Improved Water Filter, «'all and we them, or
send for circular to
N ESB1TT & BRO. S,
febll 13k! Market Street.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
The attention of heads of families is respect
fully invited to the superior quality of
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts !
They are entirely free from the poisonous oils
&nd acids which enter into the coniKx-ition ol
many ot the fictitious flavors now in the market.
Tin y are hiehlv concentrated, have all the
freshness and deïicaev of the fruits from which
they are pre pareil and are less expensive. Meats,
soups, etc., may be greatly improved by Bur
nctt's Extract of Celery. For sale by
R. J. SMYTH,
j&i'» Cor. Market and Fourteenth Sts.
SPECIAL SALE
OF
IHE
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
You Can Save Money by At
tending our Linen Sale.
BLEACHED
-AND
IN ALL GKALES AT
MARKED DOWN PRICES.
Remnauts of Red Tab!«» Linen Cheap
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
feblS
^SSIGKMENl NOTICE.
Oren D. K isner having this day, by an instru
ocnt of writing duly mad«? ai.d recorded in the
'lerk's otfioe of the t'onnty itnirt <if • >hio county,
«■signed to me. for tbe l>enetit of hi» creditors.
11 his personal property of every description,
ncludlng his look account*, note«* and stock of
lilliiicry. notions. Jic . So. 1071 Main street, all
«rw>ns indebted to said Kisner are required to
nake immediate settlement with me or the same
rill be pot into the hand* of officers for collet -
Ion. All person* having claim* against mjiI
;isnf r <-an present the same, properly verifled.
>r settlement Tbe stock of good» and property
ssigned u ill be disposed of cheap for cash, a« a
rhole or in lot* to salt purchaser*, and if not
Uproed of in thirty days will be «old at pablic
uction on the premise» Sa 10C1 Main street.
B. B. DOVENEK.
feb'.Oa Assignee.
photographs.
P A RS O N S
Ii wen
rfor £al«. I
F OK SALE.
—that—
lesirable Residence. 52 Virginia St., Island,
ontainmg seven rooms. 1ml 1 and bath nx>m.
ilai theTwu-rtory Frame IIou.«e, containing foui
joins, No. 13t> Virginia street
Enquireof W. H. HALLER.
iiyeodh Aurttoneer.
pÄKM FOR 8 ALE.
The sobacriber will »ell or trade for a .«mallei
iroperty near the City of Wheeling a Farm of lit
icres ou Big Wheeling ''reek, fourteen inllet
rom the eity. Laud very level, l ar^e Orchard
f Good Fruit; Water in Every Field; two (Jot
igesaud Cold Well Water, soft ils rain: tiooO
'eure«. plenty of Lime»u>ne and Coal cropping
ut ou the lainl. A purchaser ean trrt a rar? t>ar
ain. J. D. EW1XG,
Jyl3eagh Office. 11GU Main St.. Wheeling.
QESIRABLE ~
Real Estate For Sale.
The residence of the late Captain Samuel Ma
on. situate on the southeast corner ol Market
nd Twentieth streets, is hereby offered for sale.
?be ground is surrounded by streets and alleys,
li.l is u convenient and desirable site for a small
•usines* enterprise. For price, tenu», etc., ap
»IV to THOs O'BRIEN.
Or, Ufo. W. Eckjiart. JPeoples' Bank ja7a
LjX)R SALE OR RENT,
In favorable terms, from April 1, 1M7, a piece of
ground containing about 10V4 acres. situate near
îhn «irove, Ohio county, West Virginia, one-half
uile from B. 4 o. K. K. depot, with turnpike
Boding to it,and on which Is erected« roar
ooui frame tenant house, a pood stable tor three
loraes, cow shed, and a young orchard begiu
ling to bear fruit. Apply to
SIMON HORKHEIM ER.
feU'.h i:;u Main Street.
TRUSTEES SALE.
—OK—
FULTON PROPERTY.
By virtue of a i>eei> of tri st mahe
to lue. a» irustee, by diaries Kiaft and Elise
Craft, his wife, bearing dute on the liJd day of
V.pri 1, ISM, and recorded In the office of the
'lerk of lliv County Court of Ohio county, West
i'ir^iüia, in lieed oi' Trust B< ok No. 21, page lift,
, will procced to sell hi public sale, on
>\TI R1) AY. tke -.'Mil ti:iy of KKBKI VKÏ. A. I). ISST,
•ommenciiiK at 10 o'clock « m . at the front
lour of tlie Court House of said Ohio county, a
•ertain piece or parcel of lain! situate in the
own ot Fulton, county of Ohio, and Slate ol
IV est Virginia, and iMiiinded as lollows, to wit:
ItcginuiiiK at tiie intersection of the easterly line
if Marshall street with tlie south line of the
Satiomil road: running thence mitli said line of
Marshall street 1*7 feet and I inches to « entre
itreet; theticc witJi the line of Centre street 00
feet and 111 inches, more or less, to the line.ot
the property convcycd on the-".M day of April.
IvM, by raid Charles Kraft and wife to John
KraU; thence with said l»«t mentioned Hue
northeasterly 70 feet: thence southeasterly X".
feet, more Or less, to Folmor's lot; thence with
<ai<l Folinor's Hue 117 feet and 4 inclus, more or
less, to the south line of the N'allouai road,
thence with said liue of the National road 133
leet and 10 inches to the place of beginning.
Tkicms ok Sai.B—One-iialf, or us mu< h more as
the purchaser may elect to pay, cash iu liand on
Ihe day of sale, the balance, if any, in two ei(Ual
Instalments, payable, with interest from day of
sale, in one and two years, the purchaser to give
notes, w it Ii good security, for the deferred pay
ments, and ihe legal title to be retained as further
security. LOUIS P. 8TIKK1., Trustee.
W. II. 11 ai.i.kk, Auctioneer. jai'd
Trustee's Sale ol Marshall County Property.
nv VIRTUE OF A 1 > E KI » OF TRUST EXE
0 cuted by Lewis SWeiueU rg and wife to nie
as trustee, bearing date on the 71 h day of August.
A. 1>. Is77, and recorded in the office of the < lerk
if Ihe Couuly (Jouit "i Marshall county, iu deed
itflrust book No. », page :iûs, 1 will proceed! to
tell at public sale, on
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY l'Jtli, 1SS7,
cointueueing at 10 o'clock a. in., at thefrontdoor
if the Court Honk of said Marshall county, In
Lhc city of Moundsville, lo Ihe highest and bc»t
bidder, the following des« ril-ed real estate, to
wit: All ol that tract of land lying iu Marshall
county, West Virginia, and Ixiundcd as follows,
to-irii: Beginning at an ikh and w Bite oak cor
ner lo Alexander Caldwell; tlielice with his Hue
3. K. s.1 |«.|e>, lo a lis u^t standing on the
bank of Wheeling <'re-ck: thence N. sir' E. fiO
poles to a -take; thence S il poles to » stake;
thence N. so E 7.J poles to u >ti;kc iu Ihe origi
nal line: theiK'c, leaving said Caldwell's line,
N. :'ji',j~ W. tu («.les to a stake in tlie month of
Burches Run; thence N. .'s E 1-! |«>les to a
stone; thence N. id \\ It poles lo red oak
llience N. 7s W. 4-»1 .j |>olcs to a ha-k. thence S
7s W. ftJ'J poles to a dogwiNNl; thence S. •rd ,.4J
W. is pole* to a stake; thence S. 3'.'1 , W. JO |>ole--.
1 * the beginning; containing ninety five (9b)
acres more or less, excepting, however, so much !
Df said land as was conveyed bj said Sweineberg |
iind wife to the County Comtni*sioner* of Mar j
»hall county. W. Va., by deed dated the Ml) day
>f March. l\s;i, mid recorded in s*id County '
L'lerk's office in deed b.iok ."7, page I'.i.
Tà'liMs ok Sai.k—Cash.
CHARLES A. MEYER, Trustee.
RtWtM-nm. AU'.nu y-, lanlsi
IT CARRIES THE' PALM ! ' !
F«tr RuckM lieiti, iiiitl nil kimUal Util- [
1er Cakes, IlisniiN, Sarrl l akrs,
Corn Itrcnil A Cinlilin^s.
IfOll WILL FIND NoTHIN« TO KULAL IT.
Aamuited Strictly Pure ami M holesame. Itre
|Uires no "gifts" to make it sell, but SKl.t.soN
rs merits, whicfc are recognized by the r.Esr
•ooks everywhere.
LOGAN db CO.,
Manuf-u'liirprs and Pmr.rietnr«
A Cl II III II mai MBDH'INE.
]R, CHAPMAN'S COUCH BALSAM,
jal
FOR SALE BY
IjOGAN cft? CO.,
MnieKist.«, Bridge Comw.
Se« that
the
YATISt STAMP
il on inside of Corset
TieUs » Ererr Horemeot «1 Wearer.
Owin* to
(«MkU
t rL\sncrrT<»f tWrtntk <vkkho«f
glwtn^l Um C«m mitrw m te Mint te«
FITS PERFECTLY
THE FIRST TIME WORN. M«*«J EiSXliJ
■•Iter fcfW t«» <l»yi wmt. / ftvt fo«» i tbc matt PEKFEa.T
FlTTlW*». HF.ALTHFL'L *»4 COMPOSTA BLK Cm* •»«
vor«. Sold bj «II Ltbi-cIms
CROTTY BROSmCHICACO, ILL.
jal.iWed.Saude
ORATEFUL.--COMFORTING
iPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST.
"By • thorough know it-Ige of the natural lam
hicn govern the operation.«, of dig«*tiou *nd
utrition. and *by a "careful application of the
ne jtroperties of well-«ele*lcd «'ocoa. Mr. Epi*
m f.rwvuled our breakfast u!>lt> with a déb
ite l y flavored beverage which may wive us
lany heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judWioos
<e o' such article* of diet that a conwltution
iay be gradually built up until strong enough to
rs.i-1 even- tendency to disea.»*. Hundreds of
ibtle Baladies are floating around us ready to
,uu k wherever there is a « eak joint. We may
■■ape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves
ell fortified with pure kk»«i and a property
hirished frame. "—On/ Vrrvr H'iirüe.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
lly in half pound tins I,y lirocers. lai<elled thus:
UIESEPFS iCO.,»»»i»i»iiii<
jfc3tJ.Tn.Th Lo.d«B, UifUoil.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES BY
G. MENDEL" CO.
1124 Main Street.
flöTCalls answered at 1217 EofT
street, or 1124 Main street.
Will Receive Full Now
. Lines of
CARPETS
—AND -
—WITHIN THK NKXTTKN IIAYS
j«15
'Mill'
(^durational.
F, DE CHANTAL ACADEMY.
Neu.v Wheoling, W. Va.
Th*' thirty-ninth year of this well known
Academy, tinder the chante or the Visitation
Nuns, ojK-n» on the first Monday of September
uext, and continues ten months
Pupils received Ht any time in the ftCMinn.
Those who desire to place their daughters in su
institution aftbrdiux exceptional advantages in
the way of healthful and •lcliphiful location, ex
cvilentboard, through discipline and instruction
at the hands of life long teachers, in every <le
partnieul of female e<(ucatiou, including the
modern langim«»*and music, should send fort
catalogue of thia school. Address,
OlUBKKfTSSÜfTHK ACADKMV OP THK VIHITATIOI
Mt. de Chantai, nrar Wheeling, W. Va.
anwende
QAUVKRS!
What would make a nicer pros
crit to the head of the houao than
a Nice Pair of Carvers.
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS.
de25 12)0 Main Street.
FURNITURE!
Children's Chairs, Tables,
Bedsteads and Desks,
Easy Chairs,
|Ipliolsli>rril in l.entlier nimI 1'IiihIi«»*.
Reclining Chairs
Rattan Chairs,
Office Chairs, Book Cases
Writing Desks,
Sideboards, Hall Racks,
Mantel Cabinets,
Wall Cabinets,
Blacking Cases,
Foot Rests, Äc.
H> Invite ad Inxprci ion of ovrstorh.
Frew &
Bertschy,
1117 MAIN STREET
Wholesale
Liquors,
III« MAIN NTRRDT,
Peter Weltj & Co.
ocl
$10,000™,NVK8Tm
LOANS WELL SECURED J
Br ntilnnimherml real f*Ulo In the Panhandle
xwDiie* of Vfett Virginia.
KWINfl, M FIATS' A RILEY,
DOS llfiO Main street
SjATUKAI. OAB8TOVE&
Parlor ami Hall Stoves,
For y AT CR A I. niH ortllARD «XML.
THE Q-jA.RX.-A.N13
m the beat in the market. I bave a fui I lis«
nan the to the iar»«»t, at prima to tail
bellrat*. Also, • ax»ortTn»-t)t of
-SOFT COAX STOVES,—
kith Cook In* and llMUinic. all aoiUble for Kat
ar»! Oaa.
B.F.CAI.DWELL,
e29ek Mo. 1VT Main ctreeC
■ ACIITQf 'teitlraira or Ladies
IULI1 I OiKlwcM't uuUefcl Uj y
la filing my New I'att-bt Ink Mao<l, bet
l!«*rmt<r*! fr->m bunliwaa. Addn-aawitb staail
. STUDEBARER."AZ=."ÄÄW?
deTeab
j!tumb*rs.
^M. HARE & SON, -
rucnuL
Plombera, Gas and Steam Fitters,
No. 33 Twelfth Street.
ill work<V>ncpromptly atmo« reMonablepri<TK
» .*■■■* * 11 *
TRIMBLE & LUTZ. I
##
SMCIAU ATTENTION mm to
NATURAL GAS ! >
PiltitK *r Villi. PartorfM aadl>wrlll»** ;
8PECI A LTI KS: >
STEAM HEATING j.
PLUMBING AND MS FITT1M6. [
j No*. 1416 aid 14IS Market Street, j
WHKI.LINO, W. VA.
Beaaonablo price« and prompt atten- :*
lion giren to all.
QEO. HIBBERD A SON,
(Seoenweri I* IkonpM* A HiMwrti,
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS
Km and Steam Fitters and
Brass Koondtr*
afKClALTIKS t«
Natural tiaa Supplik
Strain Hfaiinp ib<I Ventilati«i.
1S14 MARKET STREET. WHHUN'H. W. VA.
a#*A 11 work promptly doue at most reasonable
prit»*. myJ»
V.anhs.
gANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
ST ATI AND OTT PKVWrTOBT.
8tockbol>1er* Doubly I.iable.
CAPITAL. .„ »i:\000 I
(tovenimeiit and Local Rond* bought and »>1*1. i
Drafts Issued on *uy point in Rumpf, m well as I
on the principal oltMof the Cnited Sut«*.
A general banking business tramarted.
WM. A 1SETT, PlWideflt.
WJI. H SI M I'm IN, VU* Pro*
joli E. I'. JETTON, Cashier..
jgXCHANGE BANK.
CAPITA I. fjonoor ]
». N. VANCE Prwudenl
SAMUEL LAOOHUN Vire President
oiKM-roKn ;
J. N. Vawcb, a Hobbhbimbb,
a l.Al'OHIT*, W. Rllinoham,
a a Pci.Art.AM. A. W. Kku.iv,
John Kkrw.
Draft* l.<«ue<l on England, Ireland, Seolland
and all wniiis in EuruiH-.
mrt JOHN J. JONES, Cashier.
VJ'ATIONAL BANK OF W. VA.,
atwueeunu
uapitai iaw,ouo
8outhwe*t rariwr Main ami Twelfth SU.,
DOES a (>FNEKAL BANKING BOINK.-«.
DIRKCTOKA !
Ai'uumt Koi.r, John Wa«nrr,
Michaki. kciu.T, K W. H.w.i.rrr,
K. W. Ooi.iDAY, J. K MiOhktnbt,
('HAH. W. KiUKki'Mkk.
KAKI. W. OOLERAY, Prudent,
i:HAa W. B'MX'Kl'NIER, Vii* I "realden I,
JOHN WAUNEK, rambler,
LAWRENCE K. SANI«. Ansixtant < 'ashler.
FK
jhisuranrf.
ANKLIN INSURANCE CO.
OP WIK KUNO. W. VA.
JA PITA k JIOO.OWi !
Inimre* against l<w* ordamage by fire and light
ning, ail <iK.*«c* of il>*lral>lc property. Also III
iure cargoes ou Ihc Weatern watern.
orpirciu :
J. N. VANf'K. President.
M. KKIl.l.Y, Viru President,
J. I.. HTKOKHI.KIN, Secretary.
JA M KS p. AKAMS, Akbtânt Kvcn-lary.
DïHïfTuRR :
J. N. Va.SCR, M. KRII.I.T,
U C. SrifKi, J. H. Hobbn,
0. W. Frakzhkim
|yvb OFFICE No 3.'. TWELFTH HT.
6rorrrs.
M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Grocer, Pork Packer,
ANl) CURKK OK TDK
I'ELKRRATKD "RED BIRD HAMS,"
I.IOS and 1311 Mala StrMt.
WHEELING. W. VA.
My own rote of choice Smoked Meals delivered
dally from my Pork House *t M«n
cheater. The
LARGEST STOCK OP
General Groceries
IN THE HTATE
PATKNT AND FAMILY FUME
«OU CONTROL lit THIS CITY OP
'PêarlfwT Patent,
"FailUm" Family,
"üar Favorite Family,
Fiawtt ii the Market
•9-Snle Agent for Dupont'« Sf-onlng, Mlulag
ind Blasting Powder.
Headouaru-ra for Krkennann A Will'« c*le
•>ratj-(1 Church Tändle«, all style« I an 2/
JJarnilnre.

&SON.
LIJtr«rr, *imI îm*.
1 l*vai*4 « lu»«r I 'miU
nJ CHANCF3. »rW>M
uwi up hmJ «mm it iwilir«
> dk ïïi wi.nai.M
^mosemettüt.
OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14th.
ARTHUR
REMITS COMPANY
In Augustin l>»Iy'» au.l Mrni«<
(À>nwdjr,
HANCU CO.
Success of Both Hemispheres.
Direct from Daly's Theatre
NEW YORK CITY.
Kvery j*'rfc>rin»nci- « ill lu* u h< rttuforr un4fr
thf prr«Dil *u|*,ivi»ion of M*. Akihi r Rsh»>
~~i »n«l XV; nwrml w»i« fi ott
Sal.- at Baumcr's S»turvl*y, February 1?
feblMe.qd
Opera House.
Tuesday and Wednesday,
rr.RRi .tRY 15 mm«i in.
timid Souvcn r M »Iii if.- Wednc*)«« AfWrtHvu
at i o'clock »htrj«
1,000 nOSE Z3UDB!
Kvery Udy attending the Wr>lut-Mla\ Mtin*
«ill bo imx-nicl with a l«-auiit\iln>»t u.l >y„t
«■«I with ihr ui<»t ehrte* perftime
IHK KAMOt'8 Coll EPI W.<
LEON & CUSHMAN.
In Fiiwaku K. Kim'KK» laU-ri, Funtiu-*t miJ
IW Munirai iVluiil)'.
"ON THE STAGE!"
(ÜTiiiK Ibc âiiilicnc» ( Fr«'plii-tüu<llli< Srin-*
< IIOK'K A IIP HMM.IMi IITIC!
NRW AMI I1KII.I.UVT 80MJS WlHHMys'
OartlwaSprcUISrrarrv 4 \a\rl H«kann«I | um.'
A PERFECT COM Kill t tlMI'AXY.
• #-KwiiiiiK prfw. X> an>l ivuta. \ontr»
rharitc f»r wtirwl awtta
Matinee prior*. A'41 and 75 mit». Hr»<r\ot
»rat» m Itaunur* lau*!»- rtorv. fi-ltrud<t
GRANDOPERAHOUSE
O. I*. <!KVIUKK I c«mv uti.l Maua», r.
UN»-: WERK. XllMML?, KKKlil AK\ Ulli.
Mpcclal Kiifa*\ lariil of Ihe Talelil.-d
Toting Arlor,
R. S. W00D !
Sa|i[H»ilf.l h H.'ïOwn l'««rrfnl t«ai|>aat
S] THE BOY SCOUT!
\VKI)NK>l»AV ) I.IFB AMi AUUNTIUmiI
.asfeiJM* SHEPPARD.
r::^=TheBo,Oeleck
A car load of inaKiillU t ut mtih ij f>r
the piudtiriion of earh play. itr»uilftil «ihuiih »
anil »tarlliiiK tiMvhatilcal «■
«fAOMlSKION-NItflit». ir». ar. »ikI 41 N.i
extra eliarjre for rew-avod M'ai*. Mâtine« r «i l
.ft ri» Kvcry lady all«•inllnif Ilu» luatlurr « i:i
nvrIvc mi rlt'Küiii Hnuvfiilr l'hiii»T)|»' Mr
\V«Ki«1 flw. Hn«lrv<l1 tx-al» OU »air al Mlirlh •
luliaif* »tore. frlil Ja
à'ottcrp.
Capital Prise, - 1150,000.
"Wc do hereliy errtlfy that »<• aujirMrlar lit«
arraiiRvtncnta for all tlie Mouthljr and Krinl An
nnal 1'rawliiK« of Ihr laiiil»laiiahtale larttrry «nia
Miijr. an.l In MMM manaip- arid ..•< trol tlM
drawing» llirmsrlv«*, ami lhal Ihr aamr arr non
<1 w II h hotiraty, falrorm, anil III giaal ta.ih
ttwanl ail partir*, au.l wr authorlrr ihr n>in|aiij
Ul UM' thla rrrtlrtrHli-, with fiu mmllra ni oui »><
nature» attaehrd, in It* advi rtiheinriit«. "
Cornai laaion ara.
Wethe uiidrr»lirn«<d Hauka an>1 RtnlintlH
pay all I'tlxr» drawn lu Ihr lamlklaiia suir li t
telle» whl<il may Im* picaaiiU-d at our munter«.
J. II. OUI. Ml II Y. I rr. l^uUlaiia Nat i llai.fe
P. I.A W AI' X. Prea Xtiil« National Hank
A. H AI.IIWIH, Pre* Nrw Or Iran» Nat I Hank.
1IÎEDII
BTER ULMNIIMI llflllltfil!
liOaiNÎaDA State Lottery rompant.
Iworj*>raU<1 In l*M for /f.yra»« I.y Ihr l<n»i»
lure for Mm allouai and «"harttahlr |Mirj»**
with a capital of II.(Ml «»k»-to whlrli a rrm nt
fünd of o»er t »jU.UUU baa at tu r Imii ad-liil
My au overwInlmliiK popular voir Ita frarn lilM
ww in mir a |.«rt of III»* iirc»«*rit Htate (otiMlia
tlon adopud December ad, A. I» I*7»
Tlw nnljr Irtlrryn« «Med on aie) »»itawi
by Ihn p«ople of any flair
It lie\er mIm or pret|aMira
Ita Ura»4 Nlnuli' Kumkrr Ikraalaga
lair jiliwr monthly, au.l Uir «•ml annual
drawing* n*ipilarly rv^ry »Ii uutulb» iJum awl
DftalMri.
A M.lrn<J|.| opiiortunlty Ui «lu a fort um- M
Uranil I>ra«lug. Clmm I', lu tha Aivinuf >•>
MuaI«', Nrw Orl^arx ÎMMHlay, Warrli I
■ kk* . U..i.illt I ...» (..>
Capital Prise« 1150 000.
fffellr#. -Tlffceta trt Tri Mlar* M If Htitn.
•I. Klflfc« $1 Tratte, 91.
m«t or mi it*
I CAPITAL l'ki/K OK ..«IV».«*' »I'O.«
1 <»kAM> l'kl/.k OK .'«.II»
1 (IRANI) KklZK OK '/!<**> J «•'
Ï I.AKOK I'KIZKHOK 10'"' J"*«
< LAK/.K l'kl/.MOK . <i».
M PKIZKtt OK l.u« Aj.U®
hO " .. ,àt> .... ». au»
100 » 3» . »,«•
aoo •• .... _ w ».<«•
MO " KM ... '«<•»
i,m •• «9. . *.«•
a rraoxi nation rei/r*
J00 Apywlaiitoil of.. $.»*) I *
100 " •• jU .._
loo •• *• „... k*... »»"•
2,17* Pr1«K. amounting U) » •r»r !®
Appll/fctw.ri for re I*« u. flu»« plumUi U
onlytoibe ott<* of iho lotnpauy •»»
Umiw.
Kor ftjrtb«r laSwrnatkm writ* rlra^y,
tail ëMrtm FOftTAI. *»»«•
Mon- y Ior »w York K.i« banff lit,'™,'*y
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tad a. a. i»ai rMlx.
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