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TtIK CALL of the State Democratic Kxeeu
tlva Committee for Congressional District
Con 11 nt ion* t<> SflMft lie legate« to Repre
sent the Stat«* In the Democratic Natioual
t'on«rUtlou, to be Hebt at St. t ool». Mo.,
on Ihn ."»th Day of Jnoe, 1 MHS
The State Democratic Executive Omallteeof
W*t Virginia, at a meeting held at I'aikersUirc
on March AMh. derided aud ordere«! that
lteuiocratic Conventions be he'd in ea«.h of the
« <>n<res->i«Mial Districts of the Stale at the time
ku'I |>la< e hereinafter name«], to select three del
v«ate< each, one of whom in each of said Dis
trict* shall l«e a delegate at larvc, and tbo to
«•left one alternate for each of «aid delegates, to
lepreseiit the state iu the Democratic N'allouai
Convention to be held at St. Louis. Mo., ou June
•th. 1-ss, and when they sha'l have be?n *>»e
lected they shall be (July accredited as delegates
to reptesmt this State in said National Conven
tion. Aud at said District Conventions each
<>f the counties composing the several Contre»
»ionat District* shall be entitled to one vote
therein for every one hundred votes, or frac
tional part thereof, ovei '.fly. cast for the Demo
cratic candidate tor Governor of this Slate ut the
«■iiitton held in I»>4. and the various County
Executive Committees are requested to take
such action as may be necessary to have their
Couuty represented in said District Conventions.
The Cui.rentiou> will be held on Tuesday. May
stii lw aud at the following places: In the
Kim Congressional District at Wheeling; iu the
Sevond Ccufcressioual DisUict at Urafton; in the
Third Congrendonal District at Charleston; and
iu the Fourth Congressional DUtrict at Havens
The call for the State Convention will be is
T. a RILEY, Chairman.
I). C. GtlUHtt.9KRUr?.
Thk Eureka Pottery Company, of K lot
Liverpool, is a firm thai is evidently uvt
oppre-sed with the learn for tbe future of
the potte«y industry, that are so painful to
General Goff and,' perhaps, a few others,
lu spite jf the tariff reductiou proposal by
tbe Mills hill, tbe Eureka Company has
let the contracts for its new buildings, and
it proposes to be making ware in them by
September. (General Gorr and his brother
high tariff advocates could make a good
point ou the pottery industry if theyconld
just get the facts to accord with their state
ments. The difference between these gen
tlemen and the Eureka company is that
they are engaged in pottery polities and the
company in pottery businees.
Gkskku. Ci ixton K. Fiskk, who will
piobaMy tie thv üooiiue« of tbe prohibition
party lor the Presidency puts the whole
iase in a nut-shall, whi n be declares that
"the prohibitionists will not be satisfied
with anythinu short of c institutional pro
hibition." This is iu accordance with the
action ot tbe Wwi Virgiuiaprohibitionists.
It means that Republican leaders will no
louger be able to beguile the prohibition
vote with promises made only to be
The prohibitionists are lighting for a
principle. Whether that principle he
right or wrong, there is no question of situ
verity. Their rirst bit tie is against that
party, which, with iusiduous professions
of friendship, has repearedly
- nol»H«w themswlve« to beca
.f'tiil' |Oie<l and deceived anv louder. This is
the situatiou in West Virginia, and tho
frantic protestations ot the Republican
pre« will not avail oae jot or little to
Wbst Virginia gets a liberal share of
the River aud Harbor appropriations The
tlreat Kanawha is allowed the
BigSa'idy Klk Huckbaa
nou river $l,.V**, Guvaudotte and
the Little Kauawha f -'a,«*"1. TheMonou
gihela will receive $:£,►<•»>, for keeping ex
isting i uprovenieuts in repair, brides a
suui :vi'liti:)U'U I'.tr the purchase ot one ol
tbe series of l<tck« owned by the Monoujja
bela Navigation Company.
The citizens of the Kanawha Valley art
to be congratulated npou the snccew ol
their efforts to secure a generous appropria
tion tor that river. Their expenditure i-l
time and money will lie repaid many fold
in the increased prosperity of the whole
section. Other portions of the State have
bsen as liberally dealt with. West Vir
gtnia's facilities for inland navigation art
tirst among her great natural ad vantages
The proposed improvements will bean iin
portant factor in her growing boom.
Fbom the incoherent ravings of a tew po^
litical laborites it would appear that tht
Rei.istkk's remarks yesterday morning
cat very clone houie. Careful and tarnesl
dMeanioD ol' every <| nest ion of pnblit
policy is the duty of all citizen««. Sacli
daca^ioa, within the limits which ever;
intelligent p^rNon will recognize, u propei
at all timet* I'.nt there is a wide different*
between a labor organization and a polit
ical club. The KEtiisTKS reiterates iti
assert iou that the political labor dema
gogne is the worst ioe of the laboring man
When a lalior organization is controlled bj
men of this cluss its usefulness is impaired
if not at an end.
It would be very interesting, since tht
«jnastiou of a third party has been oronghl
up, if the gentlemen, who feel hurl
by the Rbumtkr'jJ remarks, woulc
de tine their exact pxitija. Is their
political activity in labor organizations ii
the interests ol the proposed labor party in
West Virginia, or in the interests of an
other party that is anything, but the part]
of the workiagaien? it H a pcrtinen
quastion nnd«r the circumstances.
Wakvkk's l,ogCabin Harsa par ilia Uegu
late« the Regulator. Beet blood pnritier
largest t»Ottle ia the market Manufac
tared by proprietors of Warner'« Safe Cure
fc'oJd by all druggists.
Tb« Thro«l.-"Äw»'i tirtmcAiat | Troc ht J
ac t directly on the organs of the veto*, The;
have an extraordinary effect on all disorders o
JUDICIAL KXKCUTIVE COMMIT-'
At the meeting of the Sut* Executive
Committee at Parkersburg, a resolution
empowering each member of the commit
ter to appoint membei s of a j a-Iicial exec
utive coram it tee for the several counties in
hi i Senatorial district, was adopted. It
wax a who §*ep. A thorough organization
ot th<- party in every district, and npon
every issue, is the Democracy'« pressing
need. The committee acted for the inter
ests ot the party aud in the line of organi
zation and discipline. Of course it was
not the intention to supersede any ex
isting organizations, bnt rather to stimu
late »uch organizations and to encour
tge the party to strengthen itself at
every point fir the comiag politictl con
The attention of the State committee is
«•ailed to the tact that a jadirial executive
committee already exists in the tonrth ju
dicial district. The convention, that nomi
nated Judge Stealry in 1HH0, adopted a
resolution that the chairmen of the several
Democratic county executive committees,
act as »judicial executive committee. This
committee stands from the appointment of
eight years ago. It is the regularly con
stituted body, and its acts are authorative.
The appointment of a judicial committee
by the State committee, for this d strict,
is a natural oversight, under the circum
stances. When informed of the existence
of an organized body, empowered to act
for th > Denn* rata of the fourth judicial
district, the Statt committee will no doubt
repair its error.
A like condition of affairs may exist in
other judicial districts ta-mles the fourth.
It so, the m itter should he investigated,
and the condict removed. There must be
no clashing of authority. The proper
method is to recognize the committee ap
poiuted by the judicial convention and al
ready in existence.
TIIKU. O. p. AND PROHIBITION.
I». MT. Uraorton Vtnlllntri Iii« Republican
7"o .'/,<> EitUitr i>f thr Riijistt r:
I sni not authorized Jo speak for the
Third party people of West Virginia, or
this section of the State, hat as an indi
vidnjl und straight party uiau, I desire to
say that I am heartily pleased with your
editorial in Saturday'» paptr on the "Third
Party. ' 'ion tell us you are opposed to
prohibition in principle, and to the Prohi
bit ion party in politic», ho that we know
where to find you; yet you are fair enough
to say those who believe iu prohibition
ought not to tight the only distinctive Pro
hihitîon party. The Prohibitionist» a«-k
nothing bnt fairplay, and on that platform
tbry are willing to meet all opponent«
1 hose Republicans who are now ho
bitterly opposing the orguniz itiou of the
Prohibition party are not well posted. The
fact is, the third party ha* been organiz-.d
ia this State Bine« 1685. It was organized
before the amendment was submitted, and
in point o! fact the politicians were aux
ous to submit tbe amendment during the
iust legislature. in order to settle the ques
tion anil get rid ol the third party, tor th-j
reason that it i» growing and there is no
telling where it is going to stop. It was
not organized to carry tbe amendment, al
though the members :t.s individuals an.l the
organization as a whole are solid for the
measure. The third party men favor the
amendment hjcause they believe the prin
ciple curicct, and when once engrafted in
the constitution by a vote of the people it
is not likely to ever he annulled They
don t and can't es pect to see it en
forced any bettor than the laws we
now have are enforced, uutil aui h time as
tlit-ir o a u organization becomes strong
enough to g*'t control ot the eufoicetuent
ct the law. The third party is organized
to get control of the government from
Pnwideut down to Constable. It is a Na
tional, not u State party. Then, it will
make strong anti-liquor laws, and put in
office none but strong anti-liquor men to
er.force »hero. Rring alienor seller who
has iieen selling contrary to law before a
Prohibition Judge, prosecuted bv a Prohi
bition State's Attorney before a Prohibi
tion jury, and the witnes^t-SHiimmoued by
a Prohibition sberidor constable, who will
not go out alter them by sending word
ahead that he's got a snmmons for them
and they had better keep ont of the war,
and by the time that liqnur man gets
through and servi* six months or a year
iu a felon's cell, he will not have the au
dacity to nay that prohibition don't urn;
bibit. -r-i 40m
As matters now sit ' ~~1'.
prohibit. Vjju ti. "«I prohibitioni/iaitrV
J1 j'liotif- ' 1'a" make the strongest
TJC "'ory ,:>w "u the world, and it won't
shut up a .saloon. It takes live, thiuking,
it* ting ctUciàl» iu lull sympathy with
the law to enforce it. The Third patty
was organized to build up an organisation
opposed to the legalized saloon aud to
elect men from coustable up to president,
who will enforce that opositioii. It was
not organize] to carry tbe amendment, al
though the organization aud its members
as individuals will do two-thirds of the
work that will be done iu the State. They
did it in Michigan, Texas, Tenne-seo anil
Oregon, and the same will I« true here.
Those Republic in politicians who are kick
ing the Third party know that it has growu
to its present proportions on acconut ot
the duplicity ot the Republican party on
this question. They had coutrol of the
nation twenty four years and nil der
the laws made by that party the
liquor traffic grew and flourished
through every day and every hour of their
administration. It grows and tliurishes
under tbeir administration in Pennsylvania
where HI i;ne's majority was so big it could
hardly he connted, and in Ohio, Illinois,
Michigan, Massachusetts, and every State
they control, with one or two exceptions,
a ad in these excepted States the people—
Democrats, Republicans and Prohiba—
parsed thj law which the Republican offi
cials but half enforce.
In West Virginia, in 18*4, in their State
convention, the party voted down a reso
Inrion only favoring submission by 1113 tc
Hl'l votes, or over three to one. Only font
years ago that party put itself on record *
opp«*ed to letting the peoplt
decide for themselves whether
they wanted a prohibitory law. Yet de
spite a'l theft' fac's, which cannot be de
nied, yon will hear their tcmperance
speakers and papers declaring that nearly
all the temperance, religion, education, re
tint tient, sobriety and everything that i>
gi>od and rreat and grajd and glorious i?
contincd exclusively to the Republican
partv. It is this double dealing and
treachery that his built up the Third
Gone Where the WooUbini Iwiueth.
Katsiuvsmort-but''Rouchoii Kat.s" bvafs their
( leAi^ -nit HatKaMue; Hoaelies, Water Mils. Kli< -
Ifc^'tles, Moths. Airts, M.oquitoes. Hi'.
Uce, lusects, Potato Bufc-s. Sparru»s, Si.iink*
\\V»m I. Gophers, Chipmuiiks, 11 • Jcs, Misk Rars
Jack Kat>bit-i, Squirrel*. 15& Sc. Drujrv'i.is.
, ROUQB OX PAW PLASTER, toi m !
'■ HOUGH ON COUGHS," for«>u*hs. coMs, Sflel
ALL SKIN HUMORS C'l'KKD l»Y
"Rinifk <m Itch" Ointment cures Skin Hnircrv
l'i':ij»!es, Flesh Worms. Hill/ Worm. Ttt . r. Sui
■ Khctmi. Frost«!Feet,ChilMaiits. lu-li. !\y IVIkmi
UitImt'» Itch. Scald Head, Kcxcniu. fiOe.
' uriuoil. E. 8. Wklm, Jersey llty, N. J., U. N. A
• "wir-q Pilfor Hemorrhoids HeMap. PMiu'Ii'd?
' pi.v^ujj.lnternalorolher InumiüaiHlcxt«ifw
f r<-'ii«<«ly in eai-h pncka-i'. Stuv- run', UOc. l u ■
ii .ta or mail. E. S. Wen.-, Jeraw Ilt,v, X ,1
put/. It wad Lliia policy of carrying
water on one shoulder and beer on the
other which knocked oat the g. o. p. in
'84, and will knock it sky high in '88.
; Th«y want the Prohibitionist* and they
' want the liqnor men. They talk in
favor of prohibition privately, joggle
or body and say nothing in their platform#,
: bu* bailt np, fouler and protect the busi
I new in the strongest Republican States in
the Union, where they have the offices and
• the power.
In this State iu the Legislature tbey
voted almost solidly for submission, after
I votii>g 'S to 1 »gainst it in their State con
vention. That was done so as to go to
temperance men and Prohibitionists and
say: "Here, we are for prohibition; we
voted solid for submission. The Demc
! crats wouldn't have submitted it" Then
j when the liquor men ia their own party
take them to task tbey reply: '"We didn't
• submit the question. The Democrat» had
a majority both in the House
and Senate, and they are
rt sponsible. If they didn't want it sub
mitted, it wouldn't have been done. The
h'rpubliran party isn't a Prohibition party
and you can't tiud a line in the platfcrm
which says so.'' And so it goes—; "good
l< rd, gocd devil." Only a day or two ago
o«e of the most prominent Republican
Prohibitionists in this valley told the
writer that nice oat of ten of the Republi
cans of this State are for Prohibition. If
that is s > then it is simply the rankest kind
of cowardice, treachery or duplicity to the
c*n«e t j allow the one liqnor man in the
party to dictate the policy of the nine, j*s
in this State. It is safe to venture that
the nine will not dare attempt to put a
square toed Prohibition plank in the com
ing Republican platform. The best that
eau I«- attempted will he a see-saw plauk
which can be read and intfrprettd both
ways, lu the ru»an time the g. o. p.'s
prospects grow beautifully less, and this
fali we expect to wind the gory garment
about its lifeless form and lay it away to
rest with its tathers. Then in 1893 the
Rkoistkk and its party will havo the
pleasure of a square set/o with the young
giant of Prohibition.
D W. C.Raxook.
ChartctfoH, W. l'a., March '}dth
Amcixtinrn Hiit-r*. the wotM renowned
»Pl«vtucr «uil iuvigorator, imparls a delicious
flavor t<> all drinks aud eures dv>pepeta, diar
rh.i-a, fever and ajçne Try It. t>ut beware of
counterfeit«. Ask your grocer or druggist for the
genuine Au^oMura, manufactured by Dr. J. U.
B Scigtrt X Sous.
84'HUEHLK—At hit late residence, 28.V» Chap
line street, Mr. I'hil. Pi hukiii.k, in the CTth year
of hi» age.
Funeral w ill take place from Lis late residence
at 2 p. m. on Thursday, March C9. Friends of
the family are iuviUd. The Funeral will be
conducted by Ohio Lodge No. 1, A.. F. A. A. M.
Interment at fireenwool Cemetery.
T)ieo -At Iiis home in Ketterman,«Mareh 10th,
IHiVi, of consumption, Mr. John Peacock, In the
«iuth year of bis age.
A wife and two daughters survive him. The
widow as a wife an t mother, has no |ieers and
but few equals in this community, and is a lady
of uuqocstioiiable integrity. The'daughters are
l.oth Uliesol Plain Ii»l character, and fully eom
peteM t" adorn the In ^t circle* of MM iety. These
oareared ladies feel deeply their loss of a kind
husbaud atid father They high1)' prize the »in
cere sympathy so freely tendered by a large circle
of friends ami acqnu'iitancea.
The deceased was a t'nion «oldier in the s.-ven
tetuth West Virginia Infantry, and was honora
bly dUcbtrgtd at the clow ol the war. lie was
su industrious and h vd-working man. and rai-ed
his family beyond all reuroach. For many
years he was "severely afflicted with asthma,
which «suited in consumption and terminated
l't his death. Hevcral vears ago he nlfered a
protracted prostration from a violent attack of
the drtadful disease, from which he never fully
recovered, ami l<ec*nie more cufteble.1 rapidly.
He had been quite feeble for a long time lefore
hla last attack. Nevertheless. he never c<a«ed
U.s efforts to provide for his faui'l*. which effort
and exposure to inclement weather aggravated
his disease and hastened his death.
We exceedingly regret the existence of circum
stances absolutely requiring the abovebrief state
ment <>f facta, and th» proffer of certiti< ates of
doctors and tu ighfcor* in refutation of injustice
atvie/rur as U> UedeutUof Mr. FMCOCk. Ke^uteical
in pjce. Very Respectfully,
ttt'çnuan, II", l'a , March Ht h, 1SVS.
Keitkbman, Ta y toa Cotsiv. W. Va.
John l'eacoek, an uM citizeu of this place, who
bas been a sufferer for many furnier jrea's with
asthma, which so luui'h weakened his lungs that
it teslilted in consumption. which Ceaun.'d his
death ou the 10th day of March, l)vss
C. F. JOHNSON, M. D.
PUBLIC LIBR&RY NOTICE.
rpHE JTBLIC LIBRARY WILL UK (.'L09KD
I frein March i'th toMinhSM, tncloatTe, for
tin* purpone of taking animal Inventory 01
On An.l Jil, 3.1 Hii.l Uli the Library willl.e
open f.>r reading, but no liooks can be taken out
on these «lays.
All books'*no m-itter when taken out) must he
returne<l on or before March jstb.
All per—h« having Library ('ardsare requet-t«.«?
to leave them at the Library uot later thaii,U* ,
in-lay. Match >-.ü. ♦■Wfcfckggv*
.. IJviAv.fi uTrt'e rs for
KASTKK G HOOK Hl KS,
At F. Hanauer's, 1306 Market Street.
My stock iu Ktaple unJ fancy Groceries is
complete in every respect.
The uice>i tbiug for Pyelug KaMer Eggs, Rib
bons, Feathers. Ac., ever gotten up.
Four Baautiful Colors
K->r onlv KiVK ('KSTIS a puksge. Wholesale
ami retail at MrLAIN It KO I II I K'S,
lnr.'T Twelfth an<i Market Stre«ta.
This year • Teachers' Excursion leaves Kew
York June SM, lîWS, on the Hamburg Steam«
•SURYi A," C'ait. Lromo The very «-heap e*
eursiou rate for rountl trio from New York t<i
Ilamhiirg ami return in the firat cla»-> cabin i
<»>!.* *t(t. Tickets, prospectusan<l all Infor
mstiou to 1»> hail on application from
H. F. BEHRENS.
m ri! No. 2217 Market Street
Wo offer this Sprint? most extra
ordinary bargains in Black am
Colored Silks and Dress Goods.
The Newest Shades!
The Latest Weaves!
The Lowest Prices!
You will be certain to And
The greatest variety yet shown
and purchases should be made nov
to socure choice of stock. Buyinj
our Lace Curtains direct from thi
•factory enables us to save pur
ohasers fully 25 per cent.
Geo, M. Snook&Co
lllO MAIN STREET.
CrArfnU for tbo rrlfkrulrd II«*
per Rnntr KitMfrii«. mrtl
▲n adjourned annual an<l a special me< ting t
the sto»-k holders of the Wheeling and Harri:
bun? Railway Company of Weat Virginia wi
be held al the Company a ottiee, tu the City«
1 Wheeling, on Monday, the 16th day of Apri
1S8.*, at ^o'clock p. ai. R. H. COCÄRAN,
^ mrläb President.
TJTTA^TED-A good milliner, to go to
W a ne'ghboring town. Good wages paid.
Inquire oi A. L BICE & CO. ma2Ss
WANTED-AGENTS, MALE AND FEMALE,
to »ell our patent Cakpkt Stkrtchkr.
Sell» on Bight. Big profits. Samples 50 conte.
KIKNARDT&90CTH, M'f'rs, Dayton, O. mr28<i
Wanted-agents to sell the new
fctyie Door Bell and Name Plate attached.
Money made quick and easy. Address 11. D.
FEKKKLL, Ulb Water street, Wheeling. mr2Si
ÏpOR RINT—FCRNI8MD BOOMS AT IMS
" Market street: hot and cold water, bath
room and natural gas; all modem convenience«
Included. Term» very reasonable. mr.Ta
IjX>HRENT-THR?E UNFURNISHED ROOM9
' on third floor, and two furnished rooms on
flr*t floor from, with board, at No. 916 corner
Mainland Tenth streets. mrüdq» u
WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
—Nicely fttrui«hed rcom with small con
necting room, or large room. Beasontble and
central.v locate. Adirés», stating lowest urms,
J. YOt'NGE, Archit.ct, No. 5 W. Fourth nrt et,
Cincinnati, Ohio. mr77r
WANTED—M AN -To take the agencv of our
safes; »lies 2SXÜU1S inches; weight SCO
lbs.; retail priced»; other sizes in proportion. A
lare chance to er.ate a permanent butines» at
home. These safes meet a demand never before
supplied by other safe companies, as we are not
governed by the Safe Pool. Alpine Safe Co , Cin
cinnati, O. fel'.WedaSst-f b
T OST—CHARLES F., &ON OF MRS. LOl'ISA
1 J BUTLVR, was last seen in Rodicker's stable,
Alley C; aïed 19 years; about 5 feet seven inche«,
small mouth and nose, slim, with a loug neck,
dark complexion, auburn hair. He was dressfd
In jeans pants, stripe! jacket so t black hat,
striped shirt (blue and white), collar turned
dowu. and wore No. 9 shoes. The finder will re
ceive a liberal reward by returning him to
MHS. LOPHA Bl'TI.KR, No. 1019 Alley C.
Th* third annual meeting of the stockholders
(>f the Wheeling Athletic Cfub will be*held at
the room ot the club, on Wednesday, March 28,
at »o'clock p. m
ut'.'Sj EDGAR HALL. Sec'y.
Best Business Room in Mali's Ferry.
Wood all ciish irade iu Dry Gnocd«, Notions aud
(Jeu FurnUl ing Good«, well established. Re
uiaiuittg stock tosell at a sacrifice. Possession
Ki t en at ortet*. K. D. CATTEI L A <*»..
iaa.'N( Martin's Ferry, ohio.
J^OTICE TO MOVERS.
C. A Otterron & Co, who have purchased the
Livery, Sale and Boarding Stables at 931 Market
fitNBti have two first-class wag.itts and a number
of experienced men w ht> will move parties to
auy part of the city ou reasonable terms.
Leave orders at 931 Market street.
mresez C. A. OTT Eli SON A CO.
ISS ANNA E. LONG,
of Pittsburg, Pa , Teacher uf
Mur dock's Simplifiai Method Guitir,
Will be p:ep. red 40 teach alter April 1st at 46
South Broadway, Islaml. mr.'iw.MJsr
Will buy a haudsoae two, three or four blade
Sheffield Pocket Knife.'
Shell. Pearl. St«« or Bone Houilles. No more
can bi had after this lot is »old.
STANTON & DAVENPORT,
mn!S No. 1801 Market Street.
AU fci/ei fiom four to ten feet.
A FULIj STOCK.
Houiekeerers take notice' They are «'heap
enough tor them to buy ami »top bon ou ing.
«KO. W. JO11XSO.VN SONS',
mr.-i No. 1210 Main Street
Improved fur IHSS.
Removable Ioe Pan. Kvety f nrt easy of access
forcleaniug. The mou complete Refrigerators
made. Pall and tee them, or send for catalogue,
NEABITT A BRU.,
mr^ 1*2 Market street.
qjjïaSTOCK IIOLDERS' M EE n NTG.
Notice is hcirhy glveu that a general weetiiiK
of the Stockholders of the "Wheeling Sxup Co,"
will bo held on Thurs'lwy, April 1J. isss. ut
o'clock a. m.. at ttie ottice of IleiKkt'll Ji Vardy,
on Maiu street above Twelfth stiert, in Wheel
'tijr. West Virginia, to elect a Bi an) of Directors,
tnake by-law-, and transact any other business
which may bo lawfully done by the faid Mock
holders in general meeting.
By order of
DANIEL I H'TSKKl.L,
HOI 11 II VKKISON,
titOR'.K N. VARDY.
ÖAMPKI. Ii. CHRON.t.RR,"
BKNIAMIN S. A I.I.ISON,
Corporators ot said ••Wheeling Soap Co."
»•»n Tuesday mort
20. T^vf, b'lijah
M. 3u of Klitin Morgan (Pc.atir.aster
at Su rliiig P. O., Wetzel county, W. Va .) a young
man about •.•_' years old, left Iiis home and came
to New Martinsville to consult a physician. As
he was not in gocd health, it isfeartd he has
lost his miud. lie i< alMiut à feet y or lu in'lies
in height, smooth face. Lad on a dark colored
dMM c.->al aad vest, and a very old pair of pants
badly worn and patched, button g-dter shoes, a
low crowned black bat. Was last seen ot New
Martinsville, Tuesday a'leru.xui
mr.Mae.id KL1HÜ MORGAN.
, „ OOKWOOD !
% KASTIIK 1'itKI.S.
JBL_ —t all and see them at—
mrtT 1215 Market St., opp. McLure House.
— scgog roc
—20 Per Cent—
I>eHs than i^gnlar Prie«*.
"Sö ln« Ii Hravjr Cream I>ama*l» at .15c
ItH-lnrh llravy I reiini »Hiniwik, ffoocl
Kratle. at 41c.
5S-lneh IIohv) ('renin DHiUMik,bi'llri
Rtadf, at 50c.
AO-iueh Heavy Creiwi Damask, ex tri
tine, at 6.1 and T5 renta.
5H-lnch Full Bleached Damack at 50c
««-Inch Kul I Blrachcil Oaiuaak, extri
bargain, at 75c.
lull Entra Drives in Bleached Napkins
75 Dozen Extra Heavy «VS Napklm
too »oxen Extra Heavy Kali 3>4 >'ap
k in* at gl.M*.
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
TOWELS, SPREADS, &c
J. S. Rhodes&Co,
WHEELING, W. VA.
The Mutual Savings Ban!
will remove Monday, March l'i, from their pre)
eut quarters with the rnderwriter*' lnsurano
< orapany. *t No. 41 Twelfth street, w> the nei
office ef the same oojiMiuy. at No. 1100 Mai
street, Utrt door north or tae Exchange lUnk.
mrex-idr ALEX. MITCHELL, Trias.
One G roomed houae on the Island—*12 00.
One large house on Fifteenth fctreet
Lodging rooms In Baily'a Block.
marJI 1142 Chapllne Street.
3Ï*® SMwrtiMmfttls. ^
SPRING TRADE !
Borders and Ceiling Decorations
The Largest Stock and Greatest
Variety !n the Stat«.
—BABY CARRIAGES !—
One hundred In store. Prie»* from 8« to f40.
We are sole agents for the Downing Sleeping
Coarh, the Best Baby Carriage* in the world.
All good» sold at prices to mit the times.
JOS. GRAVES & SON.,
mrS Xo. 26 Twelfth street.
Contractor and Builder.
All carpenter work promptly attended to on
reasonable terms. All work personally at
•«-Shop, Alley 13, Rear of Capitol.
lUs&idence, 12 Fifteenth street. Shop in rear.
Haviug purchased the grocery store formerly
occupied by Charks Welty,
Cor. of Seventh and Main Streets.
to l>e run in connection with our present coal
business, we respcetfuily solicil the patronage ot
the general trade.
I. B. VAN FOSSEN A CO.
pi A NO MOVING.
Pewons wishing their Pianos moved on or
about April 1 will please call at once and make
ai rangt monts. Pianos also toxed and stored.
mria F W. BAUMER &. CO.
JTOTICE TO MOVERS^
FUR THE PUBLIC TO KKOW THAT ,
has a two horse spring wagon for moving pur
poses, with experieir ed men t > handle furtiiture.
Pmnijil attention w iil be given to oril< is left at
my stables, Jfo. li::o Market Street.
GBAPE VINES, EYEKUREEXS, FLOWERS
OK ALL KIND3.
4 " ii Flow cm. II » it <1 ii<-In mill l'iiiieml
lie««!* 11% fiimUhed on s unit i.otice
Telephone or write to OSCAR WRIGHT,
MotmdxviUe, W. Va.
âS^A'tiil fur priee list. miClb
K. GIFFEN it CO.,
(•K Nib RA T. AUENTS FOR
"W. T. Ii." Spring llnrrovi,
Kvnui' Trlppel Harrow,
F.vhiih' Corn l'Imiter«.
1520 MAIN STREET.
mr27 Wheeling, W. Va.
WANTED TO BORROW.
Thirty-five Hundred Dollars,
On first e!as» Ohio County l'roperty, nt ttix per
«•«■Ii I, for five year . Apply to
ZASE A STA I.X.IK tit, Ageuu,
mr?7a Ko 30 Twelfth Street.
Narcobrnuer, I.if-ltfrnn .111 It'll,
KrbHeUer, Xrlr Ntelurr,
Poinery A Urcno See,
lint* tin Hon («-lu i Ii».
U. II. nninm'a, llourtiew H*v, |
California Wines and Clarets
p. wktJty & CO.
• .. LIST'S •" *
PURE AND RELIABLE. r
R. h. list, Wheeling. *
Special Shoe Sale.
OVER 1,000 PAIRS
To b« I'IommI Ont
To .Unite Kooin for
T_i. V. BLOND.
iim un« KTKcr.T. uin
Oranges, Lemons and Bananas.
20 Knxes Fini» Me-sina Orange*.
10 Koxes Kam*y lemons.
&00 Kxtra Kine Cncoanuts.
These g.xuls have j Bat ai rived nnd art
very ft do.
200 Jugs Maple Syrnp,
Fresh from (he Camp.
•iPTry our Gold Dust Flour.
CONNER & SNEDEKER
('or. Market and Foarl^nlli Ml«,
M. F. GIESEY,
Architect and Superintendent.
Plans and Specif callous Furninhed for
Churches, School Ilonas, Residence«
Stores and Public Buildings
OF ALI I DE8TRIPTI0NS.
Special attention given tx
Heating, Ventilation and Sani
tary Plumbing. insert
BELTZ, FLING i CO.
Contractors and Builders.
Estimate« fiimished on work of an description!
Doors, Sash, Frames
AND DKiLr.ES IN
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, 4c,
Special attention given to STAIR WOkK.
WWe have i hr»««! a tirst-ota« (l<*l(rner an
make a sjieclaltr of Modem and Artistic «Lor
and Oflire Furniture and interior Decorations c
Office and Factory. Cor. Nineteenth & Kofi 8ti
To TBI Kditok o? Tbk Rioist»:
Pleaae announce my name aa a candidate ft
the Sheriffalty of Ohio county, subject to Ui
decision of the Democratic Convention.
jaSh LEWIS STEINKOD.
Spring Sûlraps,—C5fo« —
EISE [. STIFEL 4 CO.
We have THIS DAY placed on sale
our Large and Elegant Line of
Taylor-made Jackets of Cloth and Jer
sey in all the latest shades
Our Silk. Velvet and PIiisIè
Departments are now more complete than
ever, having added all the newest styles and
latest shades in Plain and Morie Silks, Plain
and Novelty Plushes, Velvets and Dress
OUR NEW STOCK OF
Having arrived we are now able to show the
largest and most complete line of novelties
in the city.
GEORGE E, STÏFËL & CO.,
1114 Main Street.
(Jfmtj &$jcrtsrhö—funeral Qiwrtors and tfmbalmtrs.
Fr e w <fe Ber tschy
1117 ZMZA-IILT ST. '
Our facilities are unsurpassed. We are prepared to con
duct burials in a most satisfactory manner. All modern un
dertaking appliances. Competent management guaranteed.
Copper, Zink Metallic Gaskets,
CASES AND WOOD COFFINS.
ALL THE LATEST IMPROVED DESIGNS,
AND A Fl"!.J, I.INK OF
We Aim to be Prompt, Considerate and Reliable.
Calls l»y Telephone Answered Day or Night.
FREW & BËRTSCHY.
<6. Pendfl & (Co.—Jfarffiutp and C|arç<te.
HCtfî EHRLING. G. El). MKNDF.L. * M. K IRCIIN'EB.
MAKES NO DIFFERENCE.
HAS BEGUN IN
OILCLOTHS, &c., .
MENDEL & CO/S,
11Q4 Main Street
|Cal|ind see their Elegan t Spring Stock
^he Finest ever shown in this city.
UNlRTJKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
grand opera house
o. a OKXTHgR L.sve and Manager
Three Nfchts Only and Wedneal.y Mstin«*
(•»■■eatlig '■ Msaday Erfniiy. Martk >b |^s
Spccial Engagement of the Grr-at
A COLD DAY,
OK, THK LAPLANDER*. '
ProJuovd by a Select Company „( sikgivi
COVKWAN^, intioluiing all the isl„. '
and Novel ties from every hew VotV Succe«**
Two and one-half hour* of couttiuud laii/hi«..
Don't misait. ler
SPECIAL.—! hit Corawmy earrle» hi n.„
••öp :dal Sceuery and "Mechanleal I ro;Tr[
Reserved scats on wie at Shcib'« tuuv,
Admission. L\ » and W ccnia. j|tUaee **»•
i\_26 and » cents. SrT'
grand opera house
o. C. «ENTHEB l««.t aud Mana^T'
Thursday, Friday anil Naturday,
March 20, .10 anil 31.
I Ghana Ladies'Matinee Satikday, at ; i *
Eus Hill's World of Novelties.
4 lUOSHOWSIN ONE 4
15-K<fiae4 Specialty Arts—15
—30 Star Vaarfnillt Artists--SO
THE WONDERFUL CEILIN6 WALKER.
The Kincat Novelty Company Kver organized,
t'upetiorlo All--iireater Than Ever.
■lib ykar of womnrrL smws.
Prices-1"», i*> and .V) cents. M at lute—1.'>. £>
and S.1» cents. Seats ou sale at McLurc Hons'
Pharmacy, under the Mi l ure HoaiA uinrji
7*0R SALK-THK TROFKRTY OF GASP FR
a." LASH. situated opposite the Wheeling Mm 1
plant, and suitable for a salcon. Enquire ou
jroi«>.-ty on the National Puc and near Drpw
at Valley tlrove. Ohio county. W. Va.. near.)
four arrf* of 0ni*t laud, «»ii which Is Dwelling
au-t fUal.U» Alwi s>n>e «rowing Kruita. W>|
*. » for T*o TboiMuvt Dollarn, which Islewibau
tin) Util 1 JIM* COM. .
7 JAM KM L. HAWLKY,
\i\$ No 14JC Main Str^M
No. I General Store tnd 7-Roomed Dwelling
Desirable location. Old established trade, i
AddrtM LOCK BOX No S3,
I. Wheeling, W Vs.
O.iefi'iïli lloMing Knglne.
One Blue Printing Apparatus, complet«
One lot 5b Galvanised «Ire Gny Mnc*.
One lot of Kindle and double «natch Hleek«
Two d.-rrlck*. Iron guy rod«. asiorted M/es of In.u
pipe. »hovels, coke fork*, manilla r»>j-e. (Ce
AddreHM B. J. LON(i. Keeretary.
Water Works, Martin's Kerry, Ohio.
PGR KALK OR RENT.
A Desirable Residence, No. ».'.ti ('hapllne
atreel, has nine rooms and h it h room, hut «tut
eol.l water; In heated by natural ga*. Tbl» i tup
ertv lia* a frontage mi Chapline itreetof fort)
fret, a'id a depth from t'hapline street to Dm
alley of one hundred ami twenty teet There 11
aviMkl lirirk Ma* le ou the rear of the hit.
For further particulars Inquire on tie- pr.-in
KxofJ. \V BARTON, or of JAMES M il I. ,.i
Nell I & ElHtigham. insiv.i.i
I will offer for sale about 49 acre« of land lift
cast of tie* Court House. Moundsvltle, W. V« ,
<>n which Ik a large dwelling houw. out hull.'
lug, Irull tree*, shrubbery, Ac. Thla Und In • mi
that Ave principal streets of the tow n can h« . \
tended through It. Will I c sold at a whole<•. lo
pan<els to suit the purcha» r Term* ea*y A1»)
«IkiuI 40 building iota adjoiuing. Inquire of J W.
(lallaher, luo. M. Turner U W. Hunter, Mound»
ville. W. Va. mrlb
Hv»k KENT-THK OFFICE NO. 11» ( MAP
line strvvt, late'y o.eupkd by Dr. Im les
«M L M.Til AIL. i ; •;Market «t.m wiî»
Ir>OB RKNT-THK DWELLING BOU8K.M
1 Main Street, at prêtent occupied by Mr*
Henry Horklieluer. Hu**e<«»lon jlreu Apt ill,
IMS. Apply to R. ß I) ALZ ELL. delMi
THE ST. JAMES HOTEL
JN WHKKL1NU, W. VA..
Which lis* been tiinliTK<»ii k extensive repslis
•iii<1 improvements fur H-veral nonth» |-a>t n
iiiiw ispldly approaching i*inipletlon, and Mill
Le ready foroceti: aucy early l'i April.
The improvements In this boiel have Urn
mailt! without r-xard to ex|Kum-, and are Mich
aw will uinki! It ( (impure fatorahly wi h (lie I i*.t
hotel* in the country lor ranienl'lire an'l rmn
lort. Hclli», Au\, «ro on each door; »Ulli »I
room* with mine.
fiaturai ton coiiihiHon* iu the hou*?, ami citr
tllutnfTTirf ilT"l!n*>thr .«^houi. lfy.it'« patent of
ter for all wat r passli k into the hotel
Partie» renting are espectcd to furnish III'
'1 lie Ht. Junto Ik one of the finest hotel build
il.ki* I" the Hate- HibMaiitlally I.ni t of »tone
an<l brick; five Hörles high « Ith hand «urne front.
It has by far the location In the city foi a
hotel. It i- hut oue hu'f block froin III" d
the Feu-Handle ami Ohio Hiver Itallrotd« m-l
two Mocks from the H. Ai 0 dcgoL fcteam I oat
lauding immediately in front. 'I hl« ho:« 11-1lie
only one In the city having a MhIu sire* I hi
trance. The new Klectrlcal Htreci I(nil><>«-1
nasses the entrant*. Main Rlreci to the !. ».i.i ,
hut lneis ihoitt.iKiifare of tho city, nearly all of
the priiu'lpiil wholi »ale a* d r. tall hon c* I« In*
llyd'aiillc pAtNciiver au<1 bacKajrc elevator
nearly new, and cite lie ladis in t1)4 bouse. alMi,
patent Klre L^caix: with wuter stand pl|H* t»
We wruld invi e person* w ho de Ire a gwd
hotel and a good Iocs'I n to come tosecfc.r
themselves, or f'.r forth-r particular» «rite lu
cither of tho uuder*>Kned.
J. Ii. HOBHH,
iiirKa ead Proprietor* Wheel!'.W. Va
'HO CLOU* A PARTNKRfiHIP, PODBTKKN
J. I/Us eligibly situated, In the 8l*tb wsrd, at
Also a number of Horum and Parma.
No. 46 Twenty-third street, si i room« Il* M
No. 22 16 Market street, »tore room and tel
lar à ">
No. 3119 Jacob street, f. room« ®
No. av*) Market street, 4 rooma |p *
No. ü Ohio street, 7 rooms 1" 18
J. B. DC«HM.
fel7d«e 8344 ChtpHlWHtWi
SIX & SEVEN PER CENT M0RT6AGE BONDS.
The ValloiiMl l oan nnil Trnal <>..•'
T »|tekn. KanM», Issues Keel K>Uf BoH«|
NOint hy tirst mortgage* on Kansas land«, snl
bearing 6 per cent, and 7 per cent. Intere»t. p«j
able senti annually. A safe and profitable in
W. H. KIN KM A HT, A put at Wbtelinf.
7 rooms So. 1321 Cbapline Mrect I(] Jj
7 room« No. *'J Houtb l'enn Hrett. I' J?
6 rooui« No. &Urt Wood street ^ ®
room* No. 3 08 Wood street - —• 1'' ^
'►room b'.uae on H. Wabaab street M ®
4 rooms No. MAUey 21, Klgbth ward„ > M
No. 231 >4 Jacob «'.reel, frame, 4 rooms.
Na 3IC Main street, frame, S rooms.
No. 79 H Peun street, 7rr<oma.
Na Vi Plfleenth street, nine rooms
No. 1X7 Smith Broadway, seven rooms.
No. 31 Tweiitieth sUvet, seven rooms.
No. 2i Twentieth street, seven rooms.
No. 122 Fifteenth street, nine rooms.
No. 122 Seventeenth «treet, ei*ht rooms.
No. 7« North Front street, ten rooms
Noa. 23B7 and aw» Koff street, rix rooms » act.
Five room house on flouth Wsliasb street
Apply to W. H KTNEHAKT,
mfX lii)3 Market Htreet- .
• H WE THIS DAY ADMITTED MR. H H
jL pUNIJtVjf aa a partner in the Unlrn HI*®
Ing illilj. 9 W. A. WIIWN,
iîuoceMor to Haiut <k Wilwo
The nui)er»ljfne<l will operate the Union f1*®)
In* M ilia and manufacture every tfearripti''n ™
planin« mill work on »hört notice at low pri«*
w e bare a large «lock of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Ac.,
to which we Invite the attention of the traJ«
and public generally. It will be U the i*
tereat of tboae who contemplate building to C*
our pricea before making cMtnrii laconic
tlon with the atwve we will *'*" continue to en
laça In mano/acturlnc
Nail Keg« and General Cooperage.
We bore to merit a »hare of public patron»«*
by win* «riet attention to boaineaa and tlx
neediof our enttarnen.
WILftOW ék DVRLEVY,
mrth OMe«, Mm. 4M Mmlm «mt
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTI
Of the Body enlarged tad rtrenjrhleMd. 'S®
partlctüan sent «aalcd free. ERIE MEB. CO,
S™», ». y. Nvram mi. ww
IMS, Lack ofVjtor, Body or BOd/sn» •
over-work, iadtarattea, ate., addim A**
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