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Ueafcrwrf aüW P,j* ■«.* « > VVettat. » r.u. o» !
wiüw
•»■The Bdltor wttl u<x undertaka to mora re- :
]«ct«d Banoacripta N > aUestlon «111 be paid
to anouytnoia MKnm.nieatioaa The (tail name
Ma «lareM of the writ-.r m-J* scawnpany i_rery
•WMBunicnUoa, n< ( fr>r pcbUi-ation. but u t
P**antyw gnodftHtb
NATIONAL 1»K¥«MR\TIC TICKET.
p. >r K"«iniTf,
GROYKK CI.5VELAÎID,
of New York.
PO» VICk fM»t:-ki«T.
ALLKN (I THCRMAM,
of r>hix
-r
MIIOCMT C MXSMl QWHIiOI.
Call »f the Deaerr*ti. ï\ee«ti»e Ceaaittee far
the Pint CMirNsiiul Khtrlrt.
The Democratic boulin1 ommittee for the
Pint Congre*ri'>nal District of Weal Virginia, ut
a meeting he M at WherUnf on May 7. US», or
deted that Ute Democratic Conxremional l oo
rentmn far the Flnt Cop*Te»>»oual Diuri<t, to
BOtninale a for Congre* and 9*le»t
one freddential Hector ami trinaaci Mich other
btainv* m the ConTention may üe;in wine, be
Held on Taewday. Aaanal **, A. D. 1*1*,
at the city ot Wbetiiiif 1» the County of Ohio.
At «aid ConTtni;.>n eaehof the Counties in the
onai Dislfict will be entitUd to
- pl»t
s p«r<y
M t/u
•ore
_DOW
.<x>m onr «bores of Cai
y*i mutually «cured
V( a treaty the ope
>een postponed by
id majority in th«
j-ratic Platform.
within the bounds
monopolists who
platform wonld
Ja > Goi'LP on the
late Detective Pisk
l«at by acclamation.
vol
nblifhed in another
fis £. Kknna taken
e of lying and dema-.
.n platform, and rips it
Ml down the sides and
3 till it U made so tat
never do to hide the
A'y of that old corpse, the
r .
ty of combination to main-.
of any commodity to the tariff
proof that some one la will
lower prices for such com mo
smch priera are remanerative; j
price« prod need by competition
same thin* Thus where either of
-onditionsei ist-« a case would wem to
ented for an «wy redaction of taxa- ;
' -Gncrr Ckrrkuui.
jar. I
Ifcd otbe
*
H KSK is no mistaking the wane this 1
«r. It is : Cheapened food, clothing '
other nectware* and u vrk all lAf gtmr (
t living wjgte, vs. 100 per cent,
all nece<«*arie*, free whiskey,
nch of industry throttled by a
joopoiv, work three month« in ,
at constantly falling wage«, «
<£ pauper labor supplanting ! t
»orkmen, and ever recurring a
Sätow
À
workiogmen M te any plu openly ad
nattd by emplojer*.
"bejoud this the workingmeo ar«
learning to think for themselves on this !
question, aod then » • definite tendency
toward organisation for the discuwion of'
the real effect of the tariff opon wages and
the cost ox" living. Oar readera are tamil- j
tar wi'h the more rent begnn in Philadet
pbia last «inter, chit fly among the men in
tb« woolen milla tkera. We do not know
bow mnch strength this movement has de-,
▼eloped, bot it is plain that it is still go
ing cn, sod that those engaged in it have
the intelligence to bring the tacts in the
question fairly and effectively before tleir
tellow-wcrkmen.. We hâve before m an
'Address to the Werkiogmen of the Un6>
ted States,' iwoed by the 'Wotkingmea't
Tariff Reform Association of Philadelphia.'
It is a well-written, well-reasoned docu
ment that will secure attention wherever
it goes among the class to whom it is ad
dreaced, and it ought to be given a wide
circulation. It is conceived from the work,
logmen's point of view. It declares that
the labor reformers have been fighting ef
fects instead of caoMt, and 'because of this
the removal of one wrong has simply
made room tor another to grow up f The
chief cause of the difficulties under which
laboring men have been struggling is, says
tb« address 'a system which is creating
an e'v«r-incr«asing army of idle men by
stimulating production while it places
reetnetions upon trade. This prevents the
re« excRange of our products, whereby
alone they can be brought into consump.
tion, which is necessary to make room for
more of our products and famish as with
tii« opportunities for work. This forces
tuen to a sharp competition for "leave to
toil," and makes good men he "scabs" or
starve. * * * This is the system of
lirect taxation of which the protective
•kis the most conspicuous and most
' » example, working, as it does,
wling thief in the darl, lettimt
-what is taken from him upon
'I of contributing to the
overnment, while its real
e the masses contribute to
4 few, and to exempt the
dens which the poor have
aen quotea from the 'con
ot the Republican League
»tee the letter attributed
United 8Ute« Ksnator,
did out propose to con
advance the intereeta of
facturera of the United
e getting practically the
tl*ut the ru )H directly
tu, of the tarifi' laws,' and
bad my way abont it 1
lanaiacturera of l'ennsyl
tire and fry all the fat ont
id.:
1 nan can read «ueh languag«
jfldentially between {ha inter
lout drawing the conclusion
J tail if ring la a gigantic con
■>eopU" We have Ion« known
j.ul.î cot let the working peo
1 of the benefits of a tarifl": in- i
■ that they hare used the very 1
•-»lire given tbem by the tari it '
»laws oppre**us,and pro'träte '
■.ni/atlon to get f r labor what
■ U news to us that tbey have
« niggardly as to neglect to fur '
m «utteient quantity to keep the
■ which turns out the good
■ ■11 enoagh greased to keep it !
argumenta to which the
flill liaten. They go straight
.. The protectionist* have long
een driven from the pretention that
je manufacturers are 'infant industries.'
They bave, as a last resort, fallen back on
the plea that a high tariff is necessary to
enable the employers to p&y good wages
The reply is coming from the workingmeo
themselves that if the tariff enables em
players to do this, they s'ill do not do it, '
hnt pay no more than tbey can help pay
ing. To this there is no answer, and the
more the facta are examined by the work
iogmen the more plainly it will be seen
that there is none."
II« Wim m Daogerou» Man
JM Irait Frtt Pt*».
A big man and a little mm entered a
a saloon on Michigan avenue, near Third
street, the other day and called tor drink*.
Woile the little man lingered over bin the
hi g man called the barkeeper aside and
aaked:
"Kver see him Iefor«?"
' "No."
"That'« Texas Dick. He is the man
who grabbed a grizzly bear by the ear and
broke<it's neck. Don't rile him, for he is
on a tear and very dangerous. ' ' When the
little man received change for» <|oarter he
looked at it in surprise and said:
"I »{are yon $2 "
"No, sir."
"What! Call me a liar! I want the
change tor my two-dollar b<lL"
Tbe big man winked vigorously at the
barkeeper not to engage in a diepnte with
the dangerous man, and as a consequence
change wan made on the new basis and the
pair went out to tackle another place. :
rhey found it not far away, and it was in |
'barge of a consumptive-looking young
uan. Everything went smoothly until
Vexam Dick claimed to bave laid down a
wo-dollar bill. Then tbe youog mao
lisbed up aclubacd went for the two,
tnd they got out doors so fast that they
iiibioged tbe flv-screen. The other
aicomst saw tbeiu as thev went down tbe ,
treet neck and neck, tieeing from tbe
truth of a ninety-pound mao, and be kick- ,
d himself and muttered:
"Twenty years of experience and »till a
col' It was a put-up job on me!"
He IX«* Walk.
TV «ru.
Toe heavy -hearted villain ot tbe Strand -
d Comedy Company walked boldly into
he office of tbe railroad sa peri n tendent,
nd greeted that responsible dignitary with
familiar nod.
I na* an bed by tbe astonished look in the
fee of the »tift-neckcd official, be intro
uced hi« business without waiting to be
rotnpted.
"Say! I want yon to give me a piss to
tieton." ,
"A p*h*?—to Boston? What for, air?"
"Because I live down that way."
"That may be, sir; but what claim have
an on this road? We can't do it for you."
The villain hesitated, bat wai not lost
"See here! Where are the overyears of
* poor in this town?
"Well, I happen to be one of tbem my
K Wbi?
"Then 1 want yon to send me to tbe
'orbonae. I'm a jnuper, and I'm just
|ing to pat myself on this town. Show's
-•ted; I haven't a cent, and J yon can't
e me a pass I can't get away. Oueee
1 go to tbe poorbooae until the season
as and I can get another job. Look
sr roe as soon as jot» can, please, because
Kant to waeh op and get something to eat
at do yoa saj?"
Mr. l'en bolder, give this man a pass to
jton."
Play fa 1 Tommy.
Herman Juk*.
ttle Tommie was making a dreadful
T<et, plajiDg that he was a locomotive,
ng off stesm, raging a bell, etc.
Tommy," Mid tua annt, getting in
t of hin, "job most step this noise."
immy stood perfectly qaiet for a min
and then be said:
t locomotive ia waiting for the old
get off the track."
An Unprecedented Career,
its career of over a third of a century
ONT bas »cored a raatansnrwi
f other VWiïTZ réputation
KapnbUcmo Munchausen*.
tttIburg PotL
Tberc ara many things in the platform
that are hardly paralleled in the conven
tion Listerj ot the country for cool andac
ity and cheeky lyint. For instance, this |
bid for the vote« of California and Nevada:
"The Republican party condemns ihn pol
icy cf tbe Democratic administration in
its efforts to demonetize silver." Silver
was sever demonetized in this conntry bat
once, sad the bill that did it was the work
of John Sherman, who will lead in tbe
convention on tbe Preeidential balloting,
aided bv a R-publican House, a Republi
can Senate and a Republican President
The politician« equal to snch a statement
woaldn't hesitate to make Baron Mun
cauten an article of political faith if votes
were to be gained. The words reform or
economy don't appear in tbe platform, but
it sets bulwarks around admitted abuse«
and extortions and favors tbe expenditure
of nutold millions on all sorts of wild
schemes to "give employment to our la
bor"—and loot to our noble army of Re
publican contractors.
Isn't It "Monkey Business'."'
To the Editor of tKt Ht guter :
By imitating the Democrats in their use
of tbe bandanna are not the Republicans
by their apishneatt doing ' monkey busi
ness?"
"Imitation is the sincercst flattery."
Constant Readkk.
Whetling, W. l'a , June 22.
A Sroke of Luck.
Of*..
Landlady (of fashionable boarding
bouse, to applicant)—Have yon children,
madnifi?
Applicant-No; I had a little boy but he
died last summer.
Landlady—You were very fortanal«, for
we never take children.
Worth Kuowlng.
Mr.W. H. Morgan, mcichant, Lake City, I
Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, attend
ed with'distremiug Catarrh and rnnniug
into Consumption in its first stages. He
tried many so-called popular cough rem
edies and steadily grew worse. Was re
duced in flesh, had difficulty iu breathing
and was unable to sleep. Finally tried
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consamp
tioa and found immediate relief, and after
using about a half a dozen bottles found
himself -veil and has had no return of the
disease. No other remedy can show so
grand a record of cures as Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Guaranteed
to do just what is claimed for it. Trial
bottle free at Logan & Co. 's Drug Store.
Advice to Muthors.
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup for
children teething, is the prescription of
one of the best female nurses and physician?
iu the United States, and has been need
tor forty years with never faillisg pucctas
by millions of mothers for their children.
During the process of teething it« value is
incalcuable. It relieves the child from
pain, cures dysentery and diarrhusa, grip
ing in tbe bowels, and wind colic. By
giving health to the child it rest« it«
mother. Price a bottle.
Buck tin's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcer, Salt Rbenm, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all tbe Skin Eruptions, and
positively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Logan Ac Co.
A HANDsoMk complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possess.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder gives it.
DIED.
'A'ADDLK—Thürs lay. June J', 1SS<, at seven
o'clock a in., Wiluam H. Waddle, In tbe '••.«tii,
year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence in E:m Grove,
Saturday nioruiug, Juue ii, l1»», at nine o'clock.
Interment at Ml Calvary cemetery. Friends aie
Invited to attend.
Jleligious 5)ot'res.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-REV. [
J. T.' McClure, D. I)., pastor. Ser
vice* at 10:'» • m Young People's meeting 1
at l<>a. m Children's church at'iOOp. in. No ;
serviee U) the evening
FMRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—REV. D. '
A. Cunningham, V. l>., jmstor The pas !
t«r will preach at 10::!'» a. tu. ami at 7:t> p. m
Sunday school at 9 a m. Mission school at 'J:;iO I
p. m., Eighteenth, above Jacob street.
rpiIIRI) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (EIGHTH ,
1 Ward)—Rev. L. W. Barr, pastor. Services
to-morrow at 10::t0 a. m, conduct««! by i
Kev. J. (larver. Communion of lord's Snp
per will follow sejiuon. Sal.hath School at 2
p. m. Young People's meeting at 7:30 p. in.
CJECOSD PRESiiYTERI AN CHI Kt'H-Tucn
O and Market Street*—Rev. William ;
H.Cooke. D. D., pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a.
m. and 7:30 p. IP. Rev. J. Bôllvllle, 1>. I»., I
pastor K.rst Pre-byteriaa church, of Pottsvil'.e, j
Ha, will preach. Sabbath school at '.'KM a m
All are welcome
TTmrST ENGLISH EVANGELICAL LUTH 1
F eran Church—Rev. K. 11. Dornblaser, pastor.
Services tomorrow at 10::i0 a. m. aud \00 p. m.
To-morrow is flower I>ay in the Sunday school. |
A special programme will be rendered at 'J p.
I,,. Addresses by stringers, and ttoral decora- j
lion«. Ail are welcome.
North street m. e. church-rev. m.
F. Dry den, pastor. Preaching to-morrow
at 10-30 a. m. and7:40 p. m. In theevfu
Irg Dr. J. Sumner Stone will deliver a lec
ture on "Christian Work in India." Sunday
School at 2 p. m. Voung People's meeting at ;
6:-ii p. ni. All aie invited.
TpOURTH STREET M. K. CHURCH-REV. R.
P F. Randolph. D. D., pastor, (.quarterly I
meeting servie«» Suuday. Communion service j
■it 10:30 ». ta . conducted by the Presiding Elder, |
K»v. 8 E Jones. Preaching at 7::!0 by the Pre j
>idmg Elder. Sunday school at 2:00p. m. Young
People's meeting Monday, 7:30 p. m.
FpiRST BAPTIST CHURCH (COR. TWELFTH
' and Byron streets.)—Rev. A L. Jordan, !
pastor. 9ervites at 10:30 a. m In Lecture room,
it is « 1 preaching «t. reéces a! H p. m Noting Peo
pie's meeting Mondsy at M.0Ö p.m. The Sab
bath school will hold thotr aunua! picnic, rn |
ruesdav, June 26 in the Park, leaving the Kim
1 rove depot at H a. m
( IHRISTIAN CHURCH (CENTRE WHEEL i
I ing. Elder N. L. Atwood, pastor. Services i
«-morrow at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at U a.
m. In the evening the children of the Sun îay !
it'hoo) wtllglvr their Children's Hay perform
»no«. comtmncing at 7:30. The Church will be
ltcor»tcd aith Qowtrs. and gooil music will te 1
rendered. All are invl-ed.
JBfir £dcfrti*ra*nt*.
rpOl'RISTS !
Complete your outfit with « bottle of
List's Es^Hce of Jamaica Gin^er,
»nil <>ruu<J,v's Cholera ('Mr*.
For role by R. H. LIST,
Jo h» No. 1010 Main Street
KILL THE BUGS1
ȆRE PARIS GREEN,
INSECT POWDER and GUNS,
TV HALE OIL SOAP.
BE]} BUG POISON,
—roB sal* &• —
Logan tfc Oo.
THE POPULAR REMEDY,
LOGAN eta CO.'S
OTT WORM SYRUP.
'BEST PILL I EVER USED,"
Is what people say about
IiOGAN dt> CO.'S
lomestead Liver Pills.if
LOGAN & CO.
j«13 Dnvglstj. Bridge Corner.
3R J-N-w
Veterinary Surgeon, -
Krb'« Llreiy Stable, i
ffrtg jMrgrttfcmgalfl.
TT*OR REST—STORE ROOM No. 1158 Market
X1 street, 10x100 feet deep. Enquire at No. IIS!
Market street. jefl»
A' CARD—I HEREBY STATE THATTaM
not a 4< let Rte for John Robrecot. Sr.. or
any other candidate for Sheiilf, and tte use of
my name Is unauthorised. C. H. VOPF. je28q
DCLISATIOS-I AM ANNOUNCED A3 A
delegate to the Democratic convention fir
John Robrecht on the ticket« issued l»y him. I
am not a dclegste for him or any one else. WIL
LIAM J'JHNSON. je23q I
AN"TED-TWO YOUNG LADIES OF RE
finement and good adore* to ro to Phila
<!• Iphia. Business light, thoroughly resectable ,
and T«ry profitable. All expense« advanced.
IieM of reference required. Addresj, "H. G.," 1
this office. jeetdq
J^^NOTICE.
7b the Kdtlur qf the Higutcr.
PltasetU'e that I am not a delegate for John
Ro^r» cht, Sr., or any inner pertenfor Washing
ton district JOjEPH HEGNER.
te-'Vl
fc^NOTICE.
I decline to be a candidate for the nomination
of Cons'uble on the Democratic ticket in Clay
district, and the use of my name on any tlcktt
is unauthorized.
je23q BENOXI FEAY.
fc^NOTKE
The excursion of Wheeling City Castle No. 2,
K O.E., to Steubenville and Brown's Island, 18
postponed till Sucday, July 1. T.ckets for atxrva
exursion will be good f«r day and date above
named.
By order of COMMITTEE.
Itft
D
INNER AND TEA SETS !
A new invoice just received.
New Shap s ana Finé Goods
at low prtcts.
EW1NO BROS..
jest 1215 Market St., opp. McLure House. 1
gèSE BALL.
Canton vs. Wheeling,
AT IRLAND BASE BALL PARK.
Nnturtlsy. noinlii) hikI Tutwlay,
Juuc '.>,1, 2.1 and itt.
Game called at 3:15 p. m Admission, 25c;
Bovf, 10c. Grand Stand 10c extra. Jeî3
jQRIMK HEER
Made From Roots and Herbs.
Kssily made. No boiling. No straining. Dots
rot intoxicate. One package sak*« live gallon ;
of the most delicious drink fmacina* le. Tiy it ]
cine and you never will be without it in the!
h.nise. Sold wholesale and retail bv
Je23 McLAIN BKOTHERS.
LA"
N MOWERS.
We sell the be»t, the calibrated
— ENTERPRISE —
acknowledged by all to be the Bftt Lawn Mower
on the market.
UEO. W. JOHSSOS'N NOS»,
je'23 No. 1210 Main Streit j
JUST RECIEVED
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSB
Carter Palen! Filters and Coolers,
-FLY FANS- I
Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses,
The test in the market, at the lowest prices, j
JNO. FRÏÊDEL,
je~i 11IH MmIii anil II20 WntrrNt«.
XpOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER, j
CENTRE DISTRICT,
OSCAR SEELEY,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic pri- i
marie". Your vote respectfta'ly a »lici^oU.
J«--T
trms. FOR CINCINNATI, LOCISVILLE
intermediate points», the tine pa*
mBäliaümsenget steamer, •
L. Slierley,
Thcs. Ht'NTKR Captain
Charuk Rrkvk« Clerk.
Will leave for Cincinnati and intermediate
points on Saturday at 3 o'clock p. m. For infor
mation apply to FRANK BOOTH,
Je£! A cent.
GEO, M, SHOOK & CO,
ARE IN DAII.Y RKCEII'T OF
RATI MEN.
ZEPHYRS,
4'Il A M It It A YN,
TOILE Dl' NOKDN,
MANDAI.4Y CORDS.
ETII'SCAXD,
SKERNKKERN,
GINU1IAMS,
CHALLIES.
BATISTES,
LI WHS.
WHITE UOOIIH,
EH BROI ItEKI ES wild
LACE FI.OI'MCI NWS. !
«d-S|M'vlnl taliifti In FaraituU, tin -
ItrrlUn ami I'hhh.
I« FrlMllfjr'« Silk Warp lleurl
ptliis Hi low cut |trlm.
It 'Oiimalf of Eine Embroideries ut
itiie-linli valu*', Mill eoiiliiiiie«.
KO, M, SNOOK & CO.
je'.UcAd
QC'EAN STEAMER TICKETS.
Ocean Steamer Tickets to or from Queenstown,
Liverpool, Glasgow, Southampton, I.ondon,
'aris. Amsterdam, Rotterdam. Antwerp, Bremen
lamburjt and Havre, atthe European, Ameruan
'teamfhip Agcnry.
H. F. BEHRENS.
ipr» _ Ko. iil~ Market Street.
M. Rosisvms. W. H. Frank,
ROSENSTEIN & CO.,
DtALKR« IS
ri ides, Pelts, Ginseng, Wool,
£jnd Harness Leather.
]e4eadh Ns. 10 Twelfth Street.
^TEPHEN M'CULLOUGH.
Contractor and Builder.
All carpenter work protaptly attended to on
easonable term.«. All work personally at
ended to.
A#» Shop, Aller 13, Rear of CapltoL
Residence, 12 Fifteenth street. Shop la rear.
H2bb
COUPON BONOS FOR SALE,
riTE, THErSDERSrGNED, HAVE FOR SA1.E
W Ttreo Thousand Dollar in Coupon Bonds,
earing inu*eet at (tut r.je of mi per centum per
ntium, in erest payable annually. Tt,*«e bond* i
re redeemable after five year*, and (.«yable at
t y^ar*, and are upon the Independent School
irtrirt of I he town of Spencer, Roane county,
he object of the «le of these bonds is to obtain
uulsto bnild a »-hool bnl'd'iiK in said dis'rte»,
ids for tbe pure hast of these bo ids will be re
lived by tfc£ unaersicned until July lü. ISSÄ.
u. w. Hundley Pr^d nt
|). W. ChiPMaï,
A. A. Smith.
Commissioners. i
A.G. Bulky, Secretary. jeRl ,
Hank Books
Shipping Books!
- I I. iii'Wnrgty an<l
n aoiir.it «L
Sew Advertisements.
CHEAP RATES TO LONDON..
ROÜKD TRIP TICKKTB:
for «'n»»la —tS8 «0
Fop Steerage —— SS o«
8EI THE
IttTEHMTiSHAL EXHIBITION «16LAS60W.
Agents for the Canard. Anchor, North German
LU yd. French Line and other first-cla's s : earn
ship line« to all paru of the world.
Maus for statemoms to be seen attbecCioe.
('heap rates t<> and from Ire and.
C. A. SCHAEFER A CO.,
Passtge and Forwarding Burine»,
Comer Market and Fonru-enth Street*.
my2lh Wheeling, W. Va. |
NATIONAL FLAGS"
—MADE OF J
Standard Bunting!
Slsea from 4 feel to 14 left,
Id store and for sale at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES
JOS. GRAVES & SON.,
jeW Wo. 26 Twelfth Street
TO THE DEIOCBATIC VOTERS OF
OHIO COFMTY.
The Democratic Voters of the several District*
of Ohio Connt» are mjues'ed to a»inb!e at the
unitl voting placs, to be hereinafter named. In
had Districts, on Nnlnnliij, JanrtheZld,
ISMO, between the hours of one and seven i
o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating can
di "ates for all Dktrict Office« and elect three
Delegates to the Count» Convention t> be held
at the Capitol Rink in the City of WHeeling, on
Monday, June 25th, IKS*, at 1Lo'clock a
in , to* the purpose of notniuatlag candidates for
the different county Offices and for the Members
of the House of Delegates; the selection of Dele
gates to the State Congressional Conventions and
Conferees for the Judicial and Benatonal Con
ventions are postponed to a future time
lu pursuance of the a Rove call the following
places >nd Judges are designated:
Washington Plst'l't, at Democratic Club Rorrn,
No "»"• Main s'reet—Judg-s: Ralph Arkle, Mich
ael Edwards and John Fendt. At Fulton Scäool
House—Judge.«: The*. Myer* and Edward Hamm.
Madison District, at .-tcand Ward Market
Hou*e-Ju<Ves: A G.JUillich, J. A. Woodsand
(ira'ton Ik all
Ciay District, at Old Court House—Judg»: Peter |
Bofle'y, Sr Jacob Bayba and Ceo. Mathison, Sr.
Cnton Dirtr.e', at Atlanti3 Kngine House—
Judges- John Downs, Sr., Jas (îjay aud ttamuel
Dar rah
Centre District, st Hook and Ladder Hcse
Hou>e-Judges: Isaac Wolf. W. B. Odbert and
John Whelm.
Web»ter District, at Democratic Club Room— I
Judges: Hugh Whyte, James Reagan and An
drew fhhtUor.
Ritchie Di-tri» t, at Eighth Ward Engine House |
—Judges: Kobe't Arkle, Fredt rit k Strotser and |
Cori". Vlewlg, Jr.
Liberty Distr'.ct, at We«t Liberty School House
—Judges: George«horts aud Kotiert White. At
Valley Grove School House—Judg-s: J. V.Cham
bejs and Chas H. Crumbacker At 1'otomac. at
J. C. Karl*'— Judges- J. C Paris and Felix Mul- !
doon.
Richland District, at Br.'ck School House-« I
Judges: Dr. W. J. Bate«, Jr. and Eugene Rideely. '
At ulenn's Bun School House—Judges Joha
St ngerand Harry H. Garden.
Tna^elphla District, at T il Gat« School House i
—Judges: John PfarrandWm Hutchinson. At;
Kim Grove Town 11 ill—Judges: Jauiea Crelgh
ton and J. S. Wood*. At Trtadelphia-Judges:
Chas. H. Hervey und John Tliotuburg. At Rob- i
inson's Precinct—Judges: James Oldham and
Jamea Robinson, Sr.
The Judges are requeued to make a return j
properly cer illed, of the liooks. papers and bal- '
■bt« UHHi at Faid election precincts to the nuTi
ber of vot<:s cast for each partlcuUr candidate
for delegate, together with thi names of the
delegates elected to the Convention which meets
on Monday, .lune 2.Vh, 1S8S, to the Executive
Commit lee at the Howell House on the night ot
the elect Ina.
JOHV, s NAYLOR, Chairman.
TH03. F. THONER Secretary.
" ZSTOTICE
— OP—
Drawing of Buckeye Glass Company Bonds
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT
o the'*iiuirem»it« of tae mortgage of Ihe
Buckeye Glass Company, (works at Martin's
Kerry. <>hiot, (o A)tr«d Ca!dwell, dated the Olli
day of September. 1-oh». and rworded In Belmont
county, Ohio, among the land records, to secure
bond« of said < oui| a»iy. that on fr'aturdav, June
9, 1HS8 twenty of (aid bonds were selected by lot
or tedeirpt on aud ray went by Faid Company,
in accordance with the provisior » oj said mort
gage. The numbers of said twenty bonds arc as
follows:
Non. 6 13, 13, I«, 23,«2, 132. IM, His.
18S, 1*7. 193, 2UM, 213,219,227,233.2«!,
2«2.263.
The said twenty bonds will be paid by Kai Î
Company u|*>n p escit'alion at the tank of the
Ohio Valley, In the « ity of W h»eling Wont Vir
giu'a, on the ftnhdny of June, ls.s<,or tbtreafter,
together wi.h the in erefct thereon for the first
haif of the year Mto, sud Interest m said twenty
bondi- will cease on July I, lvtJ, and the in'ercst
warrant* er coupons thereto attached, which
have not become d'ie ono • before the la»t namtd
di te, will becomc null and void
AUKED CALI'WKl L
June II. 1888 jelira
SILK.
UMBRELLAS!
New Styles in 2G and 2S lu eh
Gold and Oiidized Silver Mountings, j
Also some Beautiful Natural Sticks, Hand
some, Nobby Goods, at LOW
PRICKS at
I. G. DILLON & CO.'S,!
apiO J" owolor*. !
IAN0S MOVED
Boxed and Stored at
F. W. BAÜMER St CO.'S.
jer> 1310 Market 8treet._
The Holman Adjustable Baby Carriage.
Nothing like it ever before seou. A complete
revolution iu baby carriage«. The Holman ,
Patent Baby Carriage can be mtde into
a Crib, House Carriage, Cradle and SleUh. Ixm't j
buy until you have seen it. Helling like wild
fire, it casts no more than other baby carriages.
Call aud fee it at O. C. GENTHKR'fl,
10R5 Main Street,
fe22«>awAe*dh Sole Agent for Wc*t Virginia. !
P
rase
BALLS,
BATS. MASKS.
GLOVES AND BELTS,
Croquet aii'1 Hammock", Books, M&Raztnefl and
Papers.
C. H. QUIMBY,
je9 Bookseller and Newsdealer.
WHOLESALE STONEWARE!
We bave id stock 59,000 rrIIjusoî ¥ tonen are in
Jars, Crocks, Milk Pans, Butter Pots,
Jugs, Pitchers, &.C.,
Which we will wholesale to dealer« at lowest
I rices. Trade in surrounding tow us solicited.
4^-Trv our Gold Dust Flour, Fre«h Roamed
Coffee and Pure Teas.
CONNER & SNEDEKER,
je6 Comer Market and Fourteenth street*.
RHINE WINES !
Vareobraaer, Llnbfraa M Urb,
Erbarkrr, Krir Ntelarr,
Laakfabfinier.
--CHAMPAIGNES
Pomery A Brfna Se«,
Dar de Hnntekello,
H. H. Hamu'i, Hnaelie* See,
* Gold Html,
California Wines and CJlarete
P. WELTY & CO.
WHOLESALE HtlORM.
IcV
1ST Villi MAP.
HEST VIRGIIIt FRIITI1G CO.
wniLiiva, w. va.
The • MAP of the Bute, made trca
ctoal surreyi of eech aoanty, oooUlciall pou.
oeda and stream*. with political dMrions etc.
iad la ooa^dered the
IKLT COMPLETE MAP OF TBI 8TATI
trer pubUahed. Mae, three loot by thimttm.
ilne
▼A. PtUTIIO OO^
WkMllitc W.Vk
' Wörtttml.
ÖS FEMALE COLLEGE.
Will bt gin its Fill Session Wtdne»d*y, Peptem
ber 5, l&S Those who desire thorough education
for their daughters cannot do better thai to seed
i h era tj this Institution. Full courte in the
CTlt^ioa, Moltm Languages, ZrglUb, Drawing,
Painting, Music, etc.
For particulars, address
H. B. BLAISDELL,
je7»b President.
TRINITY HALL
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
Near loaisvillt. Ky. Next Ses&ion begins Sepu
19lh. Address K. L McClkllacd, Head Master.or
Rt Rev. T. (J. Dudlxy, D.D., B«i 87 Lsiitville,
Ky. mylSK^ySat |
ilTOlïïOFVlRGll!
M'anFR I. AW LECTr>F.S (ni.e
weekly) be« in 12th Juif. 1S88 and end itth Sep
tember Hive proved of rignal use.- 1st, to stu- ;
dents who design to pursue iheir stu<Jit - at this ;
or other I-aw t-cüool. 2d, to tho«e who propose
to read pr.vAtelr: and U, to practitioners who
haTe not had the advantage of systematic in
«ruction. For circular appijr (P. O. ünitersity
of Va.) to Johx B. Minor, Prof Com. and Stat.
Law. iny-23war ra-jel5ra j
NEW ENGLAND
CflNSERVATORY
Through instruction underab!e»tM«»tcrs in
mxir. ri>E aktn. ni.on riox.
I. IT K R AT I RE. LAXHI'AWEN, Fil V
SK AI, ('('I.TI'RE, AND Tl ÜIN«. Tu
ition 95 to 92} per term B">ard and Room includ
ing -tesin Heat and Electric Light. 95u>97..i0p»r
week For Illustrated Calendar giving full in
forma'ion. address
K. T01KJKE, Director. Fraakiin S,., BOSTON.
mySleodrb
Ht. de Chantai,
NEAR WHEELING, W.VA.
(SISTEBd OF THK VISITATION.)
A school of more than national reputation, of
fers exceptional advantages tor thorough educa
tion of young ladies in all department«. Library
ol six thousand volumes. Fine philosophical,
chemical, and astronomical apparatus. Musical
Department specially noted. Corps of piano
teachers trained by a leading professor from Con
servatory of Stntgart. Vocal culture according
to thl method of the old Italian mästen«. Loca
tion unsurpassed for beauty and health. Ten
acre* of pleasure grounds. Board excellent.
For catalogues, and references to patrons I®
all the piincipal cities, address
sep1 THE DIRECTRESS
Summer Resorts.
Capon Springs and Battis.
Alkali*?, Lithia aid SiptrUr Irui Wate«.
HAMPSHIRE county, w. va.
Thi* is where the *lek reeov»raod the well
»r« ftlwaya happy. Capacity MX). Convenient
to Wheeling. Send (or pamphlet.
Jelt'l» W. U. SALE, Proprietor.
WHITE-:-SULPHUR-:-SPRIN6S,
—WIST VIRGINIA
IMXKDUTtLY ON THI C. à O. RAILWAY,
Thi« great health and pleasure re«ort, with a
well e«Ubllshed leptiiA'.ion for the JIKDh !•
STAKiVurtuea of the water« and One summer
c imate, with an elevation 2,000 f et abovu the
sen level, and nirroundrd by mountains 3 500
feet hieb, wow open !or th« reason. Kor pamph
let* and info: mat ion add re*
B. F. EAKLE.
J«22f«dh Superintendent.
PAN HANDLE KESTArfKANT.
Xo. I3 >;| Market Mreel.
JOHN H. STAMP, Proprietor.
Refitted and tho oughly renovated. Best Re*
Murant in t wn. Everything icrved in good
style. Everything new. The traveling public
1* soli- ited to give the l'an-Handle a trial.
JelTq
J
EWETT'S
Water Coolers,
W ith Galvanized l'on or Porcelain Lining. Iho
best and most handsomely finished go *1* in the
market, ut the hardware and house furnishing
«tore of
NEMHITT A H KO..
jevOwnlAsat 131 i Market 8tre«t.
ÄLL THE BEST
SUMMER READING
in the grt atest variety ar d at extremely
LOW PRICES at
NTANTO» A B.lVF.RPORl'N,
Jel'.i No. 1301 Market Street.
FOR JUNE AND JULY SALES.
Fin«
IERI
Fine French unci
■B
£J
Anticipating a Urge demand fr^ these grols
late Id the mason, we have ma<le extensive pur
chase* rtcentlv, and have now ou sale and daily
arriving the lärmest stork at prices that will
save you inou*y if yot consider styles and qual
ity. Call soon in order to obtain best style .
SPECIAL AND
rivpnifirrairD nAnn 11110
Black M Colored Sarahs
1 hangeable and Plain Surah, » 'heck and Striped
Surah. Our gieat drive of
10c. Beige Suiting
IS STILL ALL THE RAGE.
LACE CURTAINS! PARASOLS
AUireally Reduced Price* lo reduce
stock in this line.
(nrlain Pole« Complet«for 3Sr.
EGGER.WARRICK&CO.
1132 MAIN STREET.
jel7
SPLENDID"
BARGAIN !
In Fine All Wool Imported
Albatros, 36 inch Wide,
60e.GPadsfor 35e.,
In the following colorings suit
able for Evening wear and
Tea Gowns,
Cream, Lavender, Pink,
LIGHT BLUE, GENDARME,
Mahogany and Electric Blue
Jro ^torti:pnts.
Cincinnati
* »
JULY4SI
WjiLHiiojiip wufi
- - — ..... il. Ji. u, Tun'lari
}BAND JUBILEE celebrating the SeHlemtn'of th jtottwrtw Twritori.
UNSURPASSED DISPLAY.
'X~>UR8IO(l RATES PROM ALL POÜMTS
PRIESTLEY'S SILK-WARP HENRIETTAS
TKàlii VVPK ipn it with the manufacturer« ^L J.k m| r^.
ËErfÂS'Âwam"'-»
I'KltsTl.kY A CO. IN WILT LOTIBS.
Je.'m Th.sat
kok sali BY GEO. R. TAYLOR * CO.
«èateens and Sommer Sailings.
GE01STIFELM.
■ HAVENOW THE
Finest Line of Novelties
I
-IN I Ii
Ever.Shown in the City.
Geo. E. Stifel £ Co.
No. 1114 MAIN STREET.
(I
Mndcrtahing—<ß. tftfttdil & <f o.
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, JONE 4th,
— WE WILL

CloseOurStoreatOP.M.
NATt RDAY'M EXCEPTED.
G. MENDEL & CO.,
No. 1124 Main Street.
ALL CALLS
Will be promptly amwtred by TdepbODccall to
■tor«, rwidcuoc of B. Zoak, or Erb's
Urtrr filtble.
»RTERIÄL EMBULMIIGI SPECIALTY.
G. MENDEL & 00,
No. 1124 Main Street.
TT ANAWHA FALL# HOTEL,
kaäawha fall«, vor vnwwu.
JfOR 8ALE-?—
HoaM ob SUtceoth
and «alter. KIU'5:=tir»^
00 'a*—-.
taqßinot
JCIM lLL»
«*»«
FOR iXE
npHI DOÜBL1 **• ^
1 I«»«««J»*** »«KH K Mr,,,
at Seventh ^ uo wwh®î
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«•1er «hrgpc^o«*- »I h c
nul «ter UrouK-« »
jl iwntim' 'in •*
Dm Ok«, oo Walk, .uv »
a iwMWyft"'« 4* lawo* tu.jJ
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Na SU M Ain ttreet rwa». ti.*i
Ho » TwwwU*U«tMB.. tl &
Ko SlTwa«Ualh«>nramn> fcj.
Mo. Itt «ftretuh rreti ruoo., u.2
Mo. 123 etwntaenwwB, r,-m
Ftre warn h""»«- >"«*., fc *
The north half of .«i :runr n m
addition. lD>ptoTen> i.pllQvA t(
t wo-» tory brte* d«r! j n; ,
loff «ire«*. and a t*c »- 2
3*« Aller D. t*m->'d«w !m »»
•s.aoa r »■>""« ht«
Apply to
Real »Ute /ïxehart.
mrt • I**l> Bi»k*r.
— Xwlrt
to***** s<io. mm.
Virjfi uî«* ° onto (vtirrr
Augutf killer
Tl
Henry MH««rmn<l otlfc*>»vry
The underlined *
•ire« nolle * that, pu?"»»»"!««-» lM*fc
by ««14 Omit in Iht • -J" < t cuu-i*
«Ut. l!«N he will. otii;~ »all <>a ktf
■oud.y, j«i%
the ht«be»t bidder, i1 ''Mlc«iift>o« *
« onoty. *«t Ylreli.,' tu»
lo be «old. the folio*1, "f <h* p. «4«
■«Id Ttl:«e. of »V1 *
Kliied «ÔÎ powwtiv ' 'J» M«lhr 4M
tod • lUldillOII tO Ihr • »'» MB ISWt
■Inta, *nd «lw i»«n \#
di'lon. heir* twenu • ' «h'" •»
»i<l*ofth« la»t mot" I1*,".* llM> '■«
»trip uf lend twenty » «•; •
uniform width ih« *, '»«
property b«i "V"» ItV 1 n* ^
iirouthe Nation» h h'K1"" *"« '"*<•
Tann« of 8«le-' ,
mon «y «nd •« nu. J "}" ff 'Um
ch«wr «»«11 cUcl. f •; • P»
«alv. and the w dn . "-lt" l»T«'
be paid tu two m«» !;£*£? —0",j ••
est from the day of vt ^;^*rlD*l61"
two ye«n ft*P®c,iT'i*ll il. i'
defern d luttai nenn J J? "J*
underetcncd liUntu , "
able to the order of . 'M^'V
heartnc Intere«1 «ù , "
year» eeapo lively f i(f , \T*
title If to be retain« • .1
of Ute porch«»«■"t'.ri *"
< I Ai.ttwnu
State of
I herebrcentfi- 'V^niraed
Cob tu »ioner Ii.» t,, in(1
■uch. lo «c ordant
MIKHKI.U
• 11 a JU *- '*« tr«-Ul t'oiirtof
Jone II, IMS «\Hwty.«Mt Va.
]eln<iod
^ dtnt
TTSOK WWWt NO IIB «nur
SM
TpOE RlXT-TH im« norM.n
r Main Htrt-cl. V mtwpiad by Ma
Hcury Horkhrtnn-ri.ioo ,>t,o "prU*
IM. Applr «« R <jj. (i. it*
pOR BENT .
Fire mow houw ,-ih «iMt, llu od
Lodging : .MBS Ixriioek.
H. FOfcBM.
vatrM j > I m»Hn» *rw<
JVn n::i(nls.
^NNOUNlNT.
To T« > Bono» or nnu:
Ple«M annoaoo mua otudkUu to
the Bherlfftlty of "inij, mb)«ct u tw
Mitas of lb* Ik m "iivanltoa
Jtlb rwiH «TUftBOD.
^^NNOUNCi: H)K HHKUll I
7b the Kititor <y •VI
The n|>|«»rt of lintêrf of OhtoHm«)
u mpn tfulljr *>'■* (be umImii'* o
sbcrtfl of Ohio to Um K<nbi**i
in« Convention.
.m tut. »nun
A HHOÜNCNT.
Tbtto KiiiUw of Uf I
Plc«*e kifbonti<* .n * cnxllill« fa* (It
nomination of Hb«0:.lo rouoly, t'J U*
Democratic Toter»
_5p;iu ACiriwrri
^NNOUNCNT.
I bi'rfbf annouw' ** • candidal» to
Sheriff of Ohio Coot*«* w »*• êHtUm *
the Dtmomilo |*K* OMWtortlÄ
■yl MICHAIL gTP>
POR BUER
A. A. FirzteEDC.
»object to the deci^' r>»«-mlr >m
ventlou. The «tffraa* ** IU
pobltc la aollrltnl _
pH)R6HERI
I hereby annotin t ' " •
Sheriff of Obit motri to tb* to*** 4
the DemocroUc pria/
»y*U*h "H* yUKP-WT
A NNOUNciST
«IWâte fer the aorte «* Mb*1f' "
the 4«cWoo of tb« P*1*® wtoi» «f Ofc
-g®» HI-LÜH MY1-P
^ NNOUNCKMIS®0*4"'
ÄitoÄfoorytv*^
Pleaae annonm < n* «àéwt „
nomlnaUm of Htonï a*4
of U»e nv1"«(
OUI*, Yoort, wM fii>MiL
^NMÖUKCKfiT.
Ffir Cflnnfv >■'***•■ er>
nruiiiT - Handu»*«*
Wewbhto annoonr .luhaiim-**
dtdato tor the ofie« of "[ „ft—g «f «to
WtUier Ifiaui't, and -
DaaocraU« r«wr». Wiin vo1
itltssü urn
Qurtcr rf i W' Wwt
tn«f km>L mt
kr. Br. TtW^T1

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