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BEAD THESE
IMPORTANT FACTS
Our aim is still for the
benefit of the public—to
protect tbem in getting
Good Goods for the'r hanf
earned money.
We are always offering
the Greatest Bargain > !
Best Goods! Bottom Prices!
I COME AND SKK US!
L, S. GOOD & CO.
llOl Main st.
Tie Fnpte' Fav.rRt Pry 6ooJsH3bs3
SCRIM,
; CHEESE CLOTH
—AXD—
Lace to Match,
For Curtain», from 10 cenU per
yard up.
; LACE CURTAINS
From 15c. to 75c. a Yard.
NEAV SATINES
In Be»ntirul Pattern*, perfectly fast col
or». reduced to 18 cents.
; New Jerseys from 40c Up.
I
1 Great Bargains in Dre3S Goods.
NEW SILKS
I
At Reek Bottom Prices.
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! EMSHEIMERS,
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j IS & SO Elorcnth St.
: And Still Tliey Joins!
Wi'.hin the I aal ten >h»y* \r* ha»* b,*n iv
CVlTlUg («tili* I CUV #fUT Ml
. NEW SPRING 8000$ ! I
j Ami 'till they itwut-' Ihf ron-*(u. ni>> it that * ■
are gettiiiK mort' KO""'® than w«> Ii.it«' r »tu tu st ort
1 tin ni. («■» and reu will l:ul ikat our tbm ruoiut
j ar» juat rrow<!-U with io>*ta. Ami now h.ivto
' vnload.
* ïortuuat«'!» haT. t'on^h' all »> enoruo i«ly :
• uhe»;> ">al we a*>• en:it-!e<! to jf»*v r.>u all
• Lots of Great Bargains ! |
^ Plr.i* i-oiiM» an-l louk a: our up» OLifo Silk, (putv
r -miIk,) at 33 ceub yard, ».<rth 75 • -ufc». Tot- j
n larvt-t ami > heaj-w: iir:«■ •>« ulltlrtwih«<n.
® Ikelrrr bitit V- Tel.«: !<«•<* iluul^. Pljiu Jü'I
') Enil>o»«1.
*• llieieiao» *i «l tO'-ur Tr.s» «.
I Our line w Kuit'nmUrU-* m-l Ali Otcrj i«. vm.Jy
rl iiunen»' «ml T« r* eh«-*p.
p li youwlohU' a daiuly line Ot J«?r*»y % owue I
t. »ml l»»k at our a.<e»>rla< ut, ami l>uy you wi'l.
* NEW SPRING SHAWLS,
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l* Kt » frkirta. Nr« H j.-ry. Ulo»<- Ol all W::i It, j
I all <0. r», jm> all *
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œ Mew Parasols! New Ucaî !
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^ Sc» Nc t»i»r. All kiuiltoi B»»« !•!*• in our line- j
(J Out st<«k of D«>iiw»ti » i» larger Ika« an I j
, prit* vtMHiertullf V.w.
II lawns, Jtaln->ok.T an«l 9»iT* ^
B Be»|*t.ull> riur».
HENRY JAGOBS & GO
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le IIS 1 Main Strool.
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I». S.~Sew Carpels, Ne«* Ru;*.
^ 1'ret 1j, durable and cheap.
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Iudex to New Advertisement*.
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[il Chamber Suits—O. Mendel A Co.
' For Rent—Furnished Rooms.
01 Sewing Machine SuopUea—C. A. S^er
1( <10? A Co.
ie For Sale—f wo Ccal Bank Mule«.
m Physician and Surgeon—W. H. Founer,
« M D.
j Administrator's SJe—George Arkle.
hi Baker s Magic relief—F. H. Lan^e 4
. Co.
u For Rent—1'ofurniehed Rooms,
at Select Ball—North End Literary A«>
et eiatioc.
K Wanted—1-adies and Gentlemen
hi To Let—Rooms with Board.
ia Chaplioe Street Rink
at New Store—G. W. Schick.
nl Cheerful News—M. Gutman A Co
ot [Local Page ] .
1« A Plain Presentation of Bus:nesa F&cts
j —[Local Page ]
«f * Bargains in Dry Goods—Ecisheitner's—
it [Local Page.
it Important Facts—L. S. Good «I- Co.—
» [Local Pag«. J
Grand Masnuerade—North E id R'i\—
^ (Local Page 1
a Wanted— News Boya—[Local P>. a.]
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jj Additional LoraUnFirU Page
SE.4HLF.VS CO.lv RK M
2 For Met«'» wear. *3.SO |>è? pair, J1
» * J. w. tnii K t
1143 Hain Street.
j WE bare Jaat received a arw
2 Meek •> Speetaelea.
JACOB W. GK1RU,
Jeweler Cor. Twellth aad larkef.
J JIE-VS K.4XU4BOO SHOES,
rt Staej. Adams 4c Ca.1i make, »alt
tl«a • glare the loot, and will
t'blaeken aitl nat eraek. last the
*thoe R>r re as lor t. At
J. W. AHM K'4,
1I4S Mala St. |
Nkw goods at Bruea A Coffer's.
m of Kid Glon
M Soook A Ca
Au grade« of Kid Gkrraa in spring
Geo. M,
Tei Deckers, the Champion Stilt. Hardie
land Acrobatic Skatart of the world, at
(Chap&» Street Bisk, Moodaj, Tueadaj
• and Wednesday evenings.
Btn or «im,
rUM Up Btn Mi Tktn by BtfUte
Pat-dat at the Riverside yesterday.
Crrr Coram will probably meet Tueada
evening.
SirnuL plain drunks were in the lockui
last eight.
On deed of troat was admitted to recori
' yeaterday.
Tua skating riaks were all well patron
ixed yesterday.
Two marriage license waa iaaned t>;
Clerk Hook yeaterday.
Tbi Council Committee on Real Ejtati
will meet cn Monday night
To-dat is the anireraary of the battles o
Concord and Lexington, in 1775.
Cikcctt Cor*T will convene to-morrow
I morning for the dispatch of criminal basi
; nees.
OmcsB Stkvkxs arrested an "ornamen
, tal drank" on Market street vesterdaj
tlttrtoon.
Pakt 2, of the Circuit Court Judge Jacob
I met yesterday, but transacted no business
ot importance.
At last the crossing in the South End
i have been cleared, and the people point ta
them with pride.
Jours FawDSXTHAL, a native of Prussia,
was admitted lo citizenship in Judge Boyd's
Court yesterday.
A kkîut occurred last night over the creek
between two men, who will be up before
I Judge Jeffers Monday morninz.
The change ol the State Capital from
Wheeling to Charleston will five the geo
graphy book business a grand boom.
The Ohio Valley Trades Assembly will
hold a meeting this afternoon at K. of L.
nail, in Beck's block, at 2 o'clock.
Forkpaugh's advertising car No- 4, was
in Aie city on Friday and his bugle brigade
paraded the streets in charge of Mr. C. A.
Potter.
Tiis Committees on Cemetrries, City
Prison. Policiand Real Estate, were called
to meet last night, but the members tailed
to show op
A kixk combination will appear at the
Capitol rink some night the coming week,
one of the members bein£ the great bicy
clist Canary.
Skidlkr's parrot, in South Wheeling, is
«tuck on :he telephone, and every time he
bears the ring cries out "Hello, Central !
Hello, Central!"
CoNST.uii.K3 Love and Bird, last night,
Dulled Annie Me>ers on Eighteenth street
for keeping a house of prostitution. She
was placed in jail.
Ax immense crowd was in attendance at
the Alkambra Palace rink again last night.
Everybody is delighted with the floor and
the link generally.
JIK. Uiu. I/IK.1Ï, IUC «Mtiaci sumt
con'ectioner, has one one ot the finest wed
ding cakes ever seen in this city on exhi
bition at his More.
L. 8 Goon A Co the Main street dry
ifcodg merchants, will offer great bargains
in révérai lines on Monday. Call and ex
amine their stock.
The forge department of the Brilliant
iton and nail works at Brilliant, Ohio, will
go on full to-morrow, af er a somewhat ex
tend* d shutdown.
William M< Maxaw.w ani vrje. of
Wheeling, were in »"«? city to-dav visiting
ihei' dausùter, Mrs. Albert Heatherington,
of the First ward.—Tribune.
Thh North End Literary and Athletic
Association will give their second select ball
at Arion Ball, Friday evening, April 24th.
Mi sic will be furnished by Mayer.
Thf charming Wheeling belle yearneth
for a bright day, to air her new spring hat.
Can't the weather clerk give the right twi9t
to the crank to please the dear creatures7
Thk Knights of St. George will attend
solemn low mass and receive the hol/
sacrament at the Cathedral «t 6 o'clock this
mcrcing Bishop Kain will officiate at the
services.
Thk doll matinee at the Academy of
Music, yesterday afternoon, was a decided
success and attracted a large crowd of little
ones who left the hall delighted with their
handsome prizes.
h a vigorous war could obly be waged at
present against the hordp ot worthless ea
oiuea ami felines that iuiest this city, thun
es termination would bo hailed with delight
by u long suffering community. •
Thk managers of the Chapliae street rink
have kindly presented the members of their
polo club with handsome new suits and the
boy3 now maks a handsome appearance It
is useless to say they play well.
A Salvation* "silverpiece" meeting will
be held at the M. K. Church, Fulton, this
at ertiood at 3 o clock. This means that
ppople are expected to come with a silver
piece of some denomination.
Mr G. W. Bar ns wick, of the Secretary
of State's office, has one of the finest type
writing machines in the city. He is pre
pared to execute anything in the type-writing
lite and will aUo attend to copying.
Skrvkks at the Fourth street M. E.
j church today at 10:1»0 a. m., and 7:;>0 p.
m. Preaching by the Rev. Jos E. Smith,
l>. D Sunday School at 2 p. in. Young
I ft pits' meeting Monday evening at T
« clock.
Thk members of the JetTerson Democaatic
c'ub held a pleasant little meeting at Ger
!UHnia Hall Friday tight Several tuetn
frs made neat iittle .speeches, refreshments
*e:e snved and ail spent a very delightful
» vtoing.
Thk attention of the proper authorities
is called to a complaint entered at at this
otlice, by reputaUleJciti/.ens, to the ell'act that
parties ertgage in seining in the Ohio river
oear Slacktown nearly every night, which is
a plain violation ol law.
Ir the poiice will only break up the
"dirty dozen," which has so long been the
curse of Has'. Wheelingifes, the blue-coated
guardians of the pjace will earn the ever
«•ting gratitude of thM section of our
otherwise happy community.
Thk Knights of St. George will give a
grand carnival and exhibition drill at the
Chapline street rink next Thursday evening,
at which time handsome prizes will be
awarded the most graceful iadv and gen
tleman skater and the best child skater.
Yestkroat was the least of the Immac
ulate Conception of the Virgin Mary—per
I haps the leading dogma ot the Cathol c
I Church. It was adopted l»y Pius IX. in
! 1854, and perfected in the subsequently
approved bull and decree of pipal infalli
bility of 1870.
Ox Thursday night, at the carnival to be
j given by the Knight« of St George, a hand
some gold badge will be given to the most
I graceful gentleman skater; a fine silver
cup to the most graceful lady skater, and a
pretty prize, vet to be decided upon, to the
1 beet child skater.
Although the Salvation Army has been
doing vigorous work at Fulton, it seems that
thev hare made no impression on the "gay
and festive ' who enjoy the luxury of a cock
tight A very exciting seance was held last
night, daring which several celebrated birds
were pitted against each other.
H. M. Moss, geneal agent of the Equita
ble Life Assurance Society, of New York,
in ^ city pushing business. This
ccmpany is doing u.„J*1*®4' business of
its kind in the world. Its new busine^J _or
last year was $84,500,000. A policy in
this great company is a fine investment
Mr. Mo« will be assisted by Mr. Chaa. A.
Helmbright.
Jacob Tuoxrsox, the champion skater of
Steabenyille, O., has challenged. Jesse
Borkett to skate a three mile race, and the
challenge has been accepted. The race
will come cff at the Chaplins street risk
next Friday evening, and the race protaises
to be one ck the most exciting ever skated
in Wheeling, as both boye are the cham
picas of their respective cities.
Baigaiys at Braes <1 Coffer's.
BxAonrcL designs in lace curtains, Geo.
M. Snook à Co
Sa doles'9 regular Island Ferry «ill open
for the season tomorrow, with (he Olivette
lue No* 1, 2, 3. 4, «ad C.
==—H MiBMW—
I DATA FOR DEMOCRATS
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Who Contemplate Becoming Appli
r cants for Office.
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A Few Fact« Bearing Upon tfce Various
' Places of Profit Falling to West Vir
ginians—The Civil Service
Commission,
r
At the request of » considerable number
oi reader«, the Register has looked up a
tew tacta conneoted with the varions fed
eral offices in this city and State, the
salaries, location, and the time of the ex
piration of the commissions held by the
- present incumbents, when tenure of office
obtains, and in additien. has ascertained the
methods of the Civil Service Commission
in the examination of candidates for posi
tions at Washington. The data thus obtained
is here appended :
COLLECTOR Of' INTERVAL REVENTE.
The Collector of Internal Revenue has
the personal appointment of twelve depu
ties and clcrks, the location of their offices
and their salaries being as follows: Wheel
ing, one deputy at $1,500 and one at $1,000;
Grafton, three deputies at $1,200 each;
Fairmont,one deputy at $1,000; Clarksburg,
i one deputy at $800; Braxton C. H., one!
deputy at $800; Parkersburg, one deputy
at $1,200; Martinsburg,one deputy at$l,00'^;
Charleston, one deputy at $1,200; Bald
; Knob, Boone county, one deputy at $80C.
Applicants for these positions do not come
under the Civil Service law. Parties who
desire appointment as deputy collectors
should make %pplication directly to the Cot
lector, taking care that their papers have
good backing from representative party men,
residents oi the "collection division which
they are applying for. The salary of the
collector is $3,250.
Storekeepers and gaugers are appointed
by the Secretary of the Treasury upon the
recommendation of the Collector and the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue. There
are three storekeepers at $1,240 each, and
four storekeepers and gaugers at $î>30
each.
U KIT ED STATES MARSHAL.
The commission of the present incumbent
of this office, <J. W. Atkinson, expires on the
I Ith ot May next. The Civil Service rules
do not apply to this office in anj way.
There are eleven deputies, appointed by ths
Marshal, at salaries ranging from $1.500
down. The Marshal's salary is $200 and
lees.
SrUVKTOR OK CUSTOMS.
The surveyor of customs at this city is
aleo custodiau of the public buildiDgs. dis
bursing agent aud agent of the Marine Hos
pital. The commissîbn of the present in
cumbent expires in August, 1886. The
salary is, we believe, $350 and fees. As
• uMocian he has the appointment of a jo ni
tor fct the custom house, who receives a
> airiy ol $»'<0 per month in summer and $75
j er ttonth in winter. There are also jani
ois with like fakries, at Parkereburg and
Chbrleston. The civil service laws have
nothing to da with these offices.
INSPECTORS or HULLS AND BOILERS.
These offices «re not within either the
tenure of office or civil service law», and in
• u u' e tJ a e lik* y to be removed at any
tune. But a Ithough this is a fact,the pres
ent officials are liable to be retained for a
long time, for the reason that it requires
special knowledge in several departments
ol skilled labor in order to fit a person for
! the discharge of the duties pertaining to
I the offices. The salary is $1,200 for each
I office. •
MISCELLANEOUS.
Besides the officers above named, there
axe three others, District Judge, salary $.1,
500; District Attorney, salary $200 and fees,
and an Assistant District Attorney, at a
i salary of $500, which do not come under
j the scope of this article.
POSTMASTERS.
There are twenty three Presidential post
j offices in this State, classed ns follows:
Salary $2,600, Wheeling; salary $1,500 to
$2,000, Charleston, Cbarlestown, Clarks
burg, Huntington, Martinsburg,
rnd Farkeroburg; salary $1,000 to
$1,200, Grafton, Piedmont; salary $750
to $1,000, Fairmont, Hiaton, Keyser, Lewis
J burg, Morgantown, Moundsville, Pt. Pleas
! ant, Shepherdstown aud Wellsburg; $500
to $750. Berkeley Springs, Ooalburg, Har
per's Ferry, Volcano, Greenbrier White
Sulphur Spring?, In these ' offices
letter carriers and c'.erks are emp'oyed as
follows: Wheeling, 9ix carriers at $S50
fach, two carriers at $100 each, one clerk
ht $1,200, one at $1,150, one at $1,000, one
at $960, one et $900, one at $875, one at
$84i>, one at $900, one at $675; Parkers
burjj, one clerk at $750; Huntington, one
clerk at $5W; Charleston, one clerk at
$<;co.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION".
lhe Civil Service Commission, for the
j examination of candidates for appointments
j t>t Washington in any of the various de
usrtrucn's, will sit at Pittshurg sometime in
the rear future. The examinations are di
vided into three classes, the departmental
I servie \ c UBtoms service aa i p >s'al servi "8,
aid a^ain into grades based upou the sala
tit s of the positions applied for. All regu
lar applications for com letitive examina
tion» for admission to the classified service
I tr. n«t be made on elaborately gotten up
Monks, which blanks can be obtained a; fol
lows If for the Classified Depart
! mental address to the l'. S
[ Civil Service Commission, Washing
' ton, D. C. ; if lor the classified Postal S er
! vice, to the j postmaster under whom service
I is nought (limited to offices in which fifty
or more persons are employed); if for the
! classified Customs Service, to the haad of
either customs office in which service is
1 sought. In his application, the parson»
j seeking office is required to make, amang
! other things, a statement under 8et.
j ting forth his or her hame, residence, na
j tivity, that he or she does not use intoxi
I wots to excess, is of good heahli, occupation
during each of the previous five years,
! education and where obtained.
When the commission has met at a cer
tain point for the purpose of holding aa
! examination, all applicants within the eus
toms or postal districts coming under the
, law are notified at least eight days before
such examination, and are required to be
present upon the day selected. The ex
»mination is conducted in a room set apart
1 fur the purpose, all the applicants being
: stated at a table in plain we* of the mem
bers of the commission. Blanks, contain
ing questions to be answered are then
distributed simultaneously to the candidates,
the question« being grouped by subjects,
each subject upon a separate blank,
I and the time occupied by each appli
I ;%| în^ifînA kîa û«cw*pr iü O&rpt'llllv
J recorded. Not lees than four or mûre thi"
ten questions &re giv*a ander any one sub
( ject, and they are, as near a* may be. equal
! in difficulty. \\ heu the blanks containing
j the first subject have all been returned, then
these tor a second subject are distributed,
, and so on to the end of the examination,
which in no case ia to exceed live hours in
duration. The examination papers are
marked only with a number, and tne appli
cant's name, with this number, is placei in
a sealed envelope before the examiaa'.uQ.
The papers art reused by the examiners
anù uie percentage« M)d averages obtained
only by number.
In framing the civil service law at J draw
ing up the rulea and regulations governing
the Commission, the idea was that in case
two or more applicants aboald stand an ex- |
aminstion fora certain office, the one coming 1
obt with the higheet general or special average
shoo Id have the prize. In practice, thia ia
not carried oat The official making th*
appointment, by some oversight in the law,
is only required to confine his choice to thoee
candidates who have anawered fifty percent
of the questions propounded, and Uroà
obtained a place on the liât of examined ap
plicants, and the candidate having the low
est average of thoae passing, if he have the
m tot inllaence behind him, will in every case
obtain the prize competed for, while he
standing at the head of the list and there
fore better qualified tor the duties of the
office, may never be called on to serve hia
country ta a departmental capacity. Pro«
this it wiü be men that the first ewential I
plenty of influence, and Um aecesd. -Uu
ability to answer tin questions propounded
And this ability, it is even alleged, can bi
furnished by oatside parties at a fig
are depending upon the salary at
tached to the office desired It ii
related by those in a portion to know
that certain parties in Waahiagton, having
obtained in some unknown mavaer copies
of all the question blanks of the Com
mission, make a business of m&rSng them
to applicants far in advance of the meet
irgs of the Commission, and bv this means
thore willing and able to comply with their
terms can post np on the question» and
answer promptly ana correctly every ques
tion given them. This information is
furnished, however, in the expectation that
no West Virginian will be base enough to
take advantage of it
Burs* k Covtïk's stock of spring and
summer goods is now complete.
HOW THEY STAND.
A I.ttter That Explain« Away Any Bad
Feeling That M»y Exist.
As very much contradictory talk has been
indulged in in regard to the secession of the
nailers from the Amalgamated Association,
and assertions having been made that they
would antagonize the interests of the Asso
ciation, the following letter "from Mr M. A
Chew, Secretary of the United Nailers of
America, taken from the Pittsburg labor
Tribune, iB printed to show the feeling of
the new association
"1 have been reading the editorials in the
Amalgamated Association columns of your
paper, and 1 am sorry to see the feeling
manifested towards nailers. I assure yoa
there is no such feeling towerds the Amal
gamated Association amoug us. We
thought we could better advance our own
interest by ourselves, and do not intend to
antagonize the Amalgamation Association,
hut will stand np with them and fall other
labor organizations to sustain the demand
of a 'fair day's pay for a fuir da^'s work."
We still believe that "in union there is
strength," and that is why we withdrew, for
this "house was divided against itself."
The nailers went into the Amalgamated
Association and obligated themselves to
obey their laws as a body. They have al
ways done so, but they chose to recognize
the constitution, and not the will of the A.
A. officials as the supreme law. In saying
that "the members ot Hersey lodge were al
ways considered the dangerous element of
their trade," he is mistaken, for in the con
vention of nailers held here there
were delegates from every mill in the
West. The very man from whom
the "traitorous language" emanated
was elected to the office of President by ac
clamation, and if all the nailers have to fear
are "the traitors of Hersey Lodge," we will
rest easy for the future of the nailing fra
ir.amin fc/tlimv r\r\r\ f'lxinf two /von nitKnli^
and sustain our wages for all time 10 come.
Â3 I said before, we will not antagonize
the Amalgamated Association unless by at
tending to our own business we do so Al
though we bave differed in the past with
üc.me of our fellow workmen in regard to
ways and means we wish to be recognized
us a fellow labar organization, and to act
in barmony with all other organizations and
instiuments to advance the interests ot
!ubor.:'
Jkrsky Jackets in every style, size and
quality, Geo. M. Snook <& Co.
ORDINANCE ACCEPTED,
And the Work of Drilling to Be Coin
tueueed hi Thirty Days.
The incorporators of the Natural Gas
Company of West Virginia, held a meeting
held yesterday morning at the law office of
W. H.'Hearne, and passed a resolution
formally accepting the ordinance passed at
Friday night's session of Council. The
resolution passed was submitted to City
Solicitor 0 Keeffe, by him was approved as
bth g in proper form, and it was their duly
signtd and deposited in the office of the
City Clerk.
In the course of a few days a general
meeting of the stockholders of the company
will be held, at which the subscription books
will he opened, and our merchants and
mamfacturer invited to subscribe to the
capital stock.
Mr. Vanderjrrift said yesterday that the
work of drilling would be commenced with
in thirty days at some point south o<
West Alexander and near the \Ve«t Virginia
S'ate line. The company have secured
ItafifS on a large body of land running from
V\ fst Alexander nearlv up to Claysville, and
al.^o a small strip lying along the eastern
edge of Ohio county. The first well will
probably be sunk near the State line, and
then, should the result be unsatisfactory,
the company will go back a few miles and
ti v again. However, they have no fear of
failure, and say that within the specified
time we will have all the gas required.
Dr. Slortim, 1116 Market Street.
Cail or sen! for illustrated book on ' Dis
enees of the E'.e and Kar."
IN GENERAL.
Severn! Miles Wrong.
Public school geography class, 1st ol
y a \ :
I » acher—' Where is the capital of Wesi
\ irfcitjia''"
Hoy at head of class—"Wheeling1"
Teacher—"Go to the fcol of the class,
sir."
Sucre«*fiU Event.
One of the most successful events of the
>e»tson was the skating carnival given by
'he Kxcelsior Lodge No. 40, I. 0. 0. F.,
inst Friday evening at the North Knd rink
1 he success is attributed to the following
gtntlemen who composed the committee:
Joseph Purcell, Cyrus Oldham, John 9.
Williams and Charles Bruner. Prizes were
awarded as follows for excellence in skating:
Skate piu, to James Uobinson; breast pin,
Kobert Puroell; polo oup James Mefcb;
'hacdkercbiet, Lûu f'âry; Vineyard skates.
oueppar<j ; (Jjd Fallows pin, Charle3
Purcell.
Ladies—1st prize, Ilattie Bodley; 2J,
Katie Molter; 3d, Mairie McCann; 4th, Bes
sie McCully.
A Mean Act.
About 4 o'clock yestei day morning as the
Princess was about to leave the wharf wich
the Bellaire visitors, two female were heard
crying "murder! Help!'' Wm Gallagher
sud Frank Cougberty, who were coming
down Twelfth street, and who heard the
cries, immediately hurried to the scene and
found two beys assaulting two young ladies
et liellaire. The bojs, it appears, had
'Traught onto" the girls and escorted them
10 the boat, but had induced the girl* to go
Kith them to a secludod spot, where they
made insulting proposals to them, where
upon the girls cried oat. (Jallagher knock
ed the "kids" out in one round, and the girls
were taken down to the boat. Suet) chaps
ps theae, it they can be Covered, ought to
be dealt with severely.
Thk Deckers, the Champion Stilt, Ilurdle
and Acrobatic Skater? of the world, at
Chapline Street Kink, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings.
Sttlisb Parasols and Sun Umbrellas,
Geo. M, Snook A Co.
Jiew,Fa*t Train for Baltimore and Wash
ington via Pan Handle and Penn Route,
A fast train now leaves this city by above
route at 4:10 p. m. (city tfine), arriving at
Pittsburg 6:10 p. m., Baltimore 5:25 a. m.
and Washington 6:40 a. m. This is by far
the quickest time made by any Hoe between
Wheeling and Baltimore. Bat one change
of cars is made,and that at Pittsburg, where
through deeper is taken. Sleeping car ac
commodations secured in advance by apply
ing to J. G. Tomlinson, agent Pan Haadle
route, loot 11th street. Wheeling, W. Va.
Handsome Lac« Bed Sets at Geo. M.
Snook A Co.'s.
The Deckers, the Champion Stilt, Hurdle
and Acrobatic Skaters ot the world, at
Cbapliae Street Rick, Monday, Tueaday and
Wednesday eveninga.
Hos. Fk*di*akd C. Latobe, Mayor of
Baltimore, says:—I concur in the recom
mendation of "Dr. Petzofd's German Bit
ten," and have no doabt that the prepara
tion will justify the many endorsements of
thoce who have uaed it
ROSE RED.
Ail Entertainment Which Storni
Have Taken Place, but Did Not
Thf Dear Boys to Turn Over a New Leaf
Rhea's Charming Costumes—D*s
crimination in Applauding—
M Winery Openings —
Novel Reading.
The lädier of the Benevolent Union t&lka
of holding » Kirmes» daring the past wir
ter, bat tor swue reason, probably the wan
•( a proper place to hold it, the idea wa
abandoned at least nntii next season. J
delightful Kim ess ha» just been held ii
New York by prominent society people, thi
Metropolitan Opera House being the seem
of revelry. There were five booth», repre
Eenting the same number of nationalities—
Dutch, Russian, French, ftalian and Oer
man—and at ail of them the costum«t o:
the country represented were worn, and ap
piopriate articles sold. National danee:
were also given with much success. Tk<
liower booth was a great sucee»; it was ir
pagoda form, hung with garlands of smite*
and each of the tair attendants représente«
a flowtr, the rose, the daisy, pansy, viota
and forget-me-not all being there in the pep
son of some fair dame.
Another charming and novel feature wa«
a large gilt ball which was suspended from
the chandelier. This was hollow and filiejl
with toys and confytiocery. At a certain
time the children were gathered under il
and at a sign the ball opened and its con
tf nis were scattered on the floor to bt
scrambled for by the children. This Kirtnese
was a great success, financially as well at
socially. So at the earliest opportunity lei
as have one, too; but for goodness sak«
don't tell the gentlemen that the word ICr
mees means church fair, or they will all gp
to Bridgeport or Bellaire the day before it
The girls have been reading the papers
this week, Mr. Rkijistkr, and you may be
snre that Reginald or Augustus need not tell
his fair friends that he has been sick in bed
all week. Neither need he expend his
spare cash on chocolate creamä, for
though his Dulcina will graciously accept
the same, sne win noi tase 11 an pruui tuu
clusive that be has never looked upon the
poker chip or pocketed the equivalent there
of. Yea, verily, many a Wùeeling damsel
has not considered it necessary to make an
e%eniog toilet this week, and has iretnbled
at breakfast time lest the eye of pater famil
ies rest on the name of her own particular
Reginald or Augustus in the list of those
who have been both called and chossn. But
though the damsel wreareth a serene coun
tenance and openly declares her belief in
hid innocence to inquiring friends, a day of
wrath is at hand for Keginald or Augustus
wLeu he returneth weary from his trip.
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The dear boys all intend to turn over a
E« w leaf— so they say. So I suppose a pood
inuny of them will commence it by appear
irg in church to-day, though some of thorn
will look the other way while the collection
is being taken up.
l>ear me, I've often been uneasy lest
siiangers coming to church think that all
tie sinners of W heeling arq of the fair sex.
so few gentlemen seeming to consider it
necessary to go to church. To day, how
ever, will be a good oue lor them to turn
over the aforesaid leat aa it is yet too cool
for the usual open air services on the Capi
tol pavement, and some of the good little
boys probably went to bed earlier than usual
last nit ht.
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Ab
The girls who saw it cannot find adjec
tif es strong enough to express their admir
ation for the cream satin peacock embroid
ered drees worn by Rhea while here. This
costume was, 1 think, worn in the third act
ol the American Countess, and is said to be
ore of the handsomest ones ever worn in
tbn city. By the way, the fair wearer went
away very much disappointed with her
reception here. To be sure a number of
people were presented to her at the close of
tit- last night's performance, but the usual
ovation was wanting. Whv, I wonder?
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By the way, have you not
uoriced how loudly a Wheeling audience
always applauds the highly moral senti
mints of the play? I have often noticed
thut while the average Wheelingite is rarely
enthusiastic in his reception of the actor, he
always loudly rejoices over the discomfort
uro of the villain of the piece and the con
spuent triumph of virtue. Verily, it would
sec m that Wheeling is the abode of the truly
good oneB ot the earth.
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The pills have not been without a silver
Iii ing to the clouds of the past week, for she
must indeed be the victim of a green and
yellow melancholy who does not find joy in
sallying forth to the millinery opening, and
lightening her own heart and papa's pocket
book by the purchase of a Bpring bonnet.
Atid Oy the way, I want, right here to lift
up my voice in protest against the belief so
deeply imbedded in the masculine soul,
thnt every woman who attends such au
ojt-nirg, designates the bonnet of her
choice es a "love" or a "duck.'' It was a
man who invented that phrase ani I only
hi ne he had a wife ana six daughters to
pirchase millinery for, to punish him for
icveniing such a libel bn the sex. And
atother thicg Mr. Rcistkr, when a woman
buys a hat every other female of her ac
qi aintance does not make a rush at her
aLd seizing it, proceedjto try it on with
mnrks of approval or the reverse. Not at
all, for each one with the shrinking inoJes
Sof her sex hesitates to call attention to
e fact that her frieDd is possessed of a
c «I I j 1 I
The Wheeling girl ;a certainly a novôl
reading Ct^attifô. ï do beliêve we read ni
many of that claps of books as anj similar
number of girls in the country. They are
not altogether trashy ones either, for while
most ol them vote Scott's rather a bore,
there is a steady demand for the standard
authors of fiction. 1 am told tha* in by
gone days, it was fashionable for
young ladies to fall in love with the 'Ro
chester" of Jane Ejre, and later on to set
their young affections upon the "Laurie" of
Little Women lame. But goodness me, the
g ris would have to bê possessed of hearts as
nrxible and tough as india rubber to fall in
love with all, or even a portion of the heroes
of the hastily read novels of the day. Pos
sibly the young ladies of the present day are
notas sentimental as those of the proceed
ing generations, perhaps the gilded youth
ol the present day is so fascinating that she
does not need to her sighs on paper
heroes. hnVTer th&t may be the girl
of the period does not seem to waste her
young affrction on the "Sir CharW Or
' Lord Percy" of the novel she readi

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Mr«. Loring and her daughters leave
next week for a visit to Fortress Munroe
and will doubtless much enjoy their sojourn
at that fashionable watering place, where by
the way, Mrs Senator Camden and Mm
Acnie'are now staying.
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Society folks are nov busy eitker getting
ready to be married or to be present at the
wedding ot friends; that may be the cause
of the Sabbath Stillness wNich has settled on
the town in regard to soci.%1 matters. It is
possible, however, that had any entertain
ments been given daring the past week
there might? have been a scarcity of genüe
men as so many were called out of town
either for their own health or to attend the
bedside of a dying relative or friend.
Bosk Red.
Elxgaxt Spring Wraps, Geo. M. Snook
A Co.
The Deckers, the Champion Stilt, Hurdle
and Acrobatic Skaters of the world, at
Chapfine Street Rink, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings. '»
Caxast, Livest a>d Gilmore will be at
the Capitol Rink. Wednesday and Thursday.
They are without doubt or exaggeration the
greatest rink combination in the world.
Everybody wants to see them.
ü Plain Präsentation
Of Business Facts by the Star Cloth
ing House, 36 Twelfth
Street
The time has arrived when tin
uppermost idea in the minds of tin
majority of mankind, as regards the
external comfort, is a change sf ap
parel in consonance with the quad
rennial change in the year. The
management of the Star Clothing
House, with an eye single to busi
oesr„ and to the interests of the
purchasing puMic of this section,
have made their preparations on a
scale far exceeding anything ever
before attempted in West Virginia.
Their establishment is filled to over
flowing with a line of MEN'S. BOYS',
YOUTHS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTH
ING, FURNISHING GOODS, &c., to
describe which properly would take
the entire issue of this paper. To
brevitize we will say that we have
everything that is new and desir
able. We have the stock and va
riety at prices that are bound to
win.
Remember, an Electrical Indica
tor Given with each Suit Sold.
D. GUNDLING & CO.
rKBSONAL POINTS.
Movement* of Wbeelingltea, and the Cum.
log and Going of Strangora.
Wm. A. Maline, of Vouugstown, is in the
city.
J. II. .Tones, of Parkersburg, was np yes
terday.
A B. Fleming, of Fairmont, is at the
Mi Lure.
Rev. W. U. Cook returned from Balti
more jesterday.
C. M. Scott, postmaster at Parkersburg,
was in the city yesterday.
Miss Margaret Greer, a Steubenville belle,
is \ isiting friends in the city.
The Misses Altmever, of Benwood, at
tended the Alhambra Palace rink, yester
day.
I>r. Robert J. Reed has come here to lo
cale permanently. He can be found at the
Mcf.ure for the present.
Messrs. Cusper t'illis and Con McDonald,
returned yesterday on the Dauntless from a
pleurant trip to Madison, Ini.
1 rank M. Cozat?, formerly an attache of
the Rw;ister, now editor of the Messenger,
Fraport, Ohio, is in the city on a visit.
Z. Ö. Lnmkiu, a detective, of Richmond,
Va., is in the city awaiting a requisition on
the Governor of Alabama for a tugitiv« from
justice.
The genial face cf F T Martin, Esq., of
Fairmont, was visible in the city yesterday.
Mr. Martin h:«s the warm side o! all news
pat er Ken.
Mr. I. Isenherg, of the firm Henry Jacobs
& Co., fans returned from the Hast where he
hap beer purchasing their spring and sum
mer stock.
Miss Minnie Wallers, of the Island, who
has been on quite an extended visit to
friends in Lancaster, Pa . and Washington,
D. C., returned home yesterday.
Mieses Mary and Hattie Store, ot Cam
bridge, Ohio, who have been the guesta of
their grandfather, Esquire Mix, of the South
Fed, teturned home yesterday.
Dr. Robert J. Reed, formerly assistant
physician at the Penn Hospital, Pittsburg,
bd£ ccme to Wheeling, where he will enter
into the piactice of his profession. He will
occupj the late Dr. Ilullihen's office.
Fmbroirkkku FtU Lambrequins—a de
cidtd novelty, at Geo. M. Snoot A Co 'a.
Tim American Manufacture Lead*.
' Linoleum, ' a remarkably durable arti
cle for a floor covering, has now reached
such perfection of manufacture in this
country as confessedly to be superior to
ibnt oi any foreign make. The imparta
tion of the best article manufactured in
Krgland has been abandoned and only the
inferior grades now find a market here.
In style, color and finish the American
I manufB'.toréri koow how to catch the
I 'Calf 8 cf Car people and ihe requirements
J of our climate. While the imported cloth,
Ar..L . r,.. ~:n
look dirty and dingy, our own make will
appear bright, clean and pleasing. All
carpet dealers keep it.
I»r, Sioruiy, Ocultat,
No. 1116 Market street, Wheeling, W. Va.
Se« illustrated book on ' Eye and Har Dis
eases." Office, same building with Dr.
Roes, dentist.
liout Ku r,
The season in aquatic circles will be
opened in this city by a scnll race, which
is arranged to take place within the next
four weeks, on the Bellaire race course, be
tween lienry Heil, of Bellaire, and Rich
ards, of McKeeeport, Pa. Both parties will
go into training within a short time to gel
themselves in good trim for the event, which
promises to be interesting —Tribune.
Down ! 1)qwd ! ;
One dozen f-i Cabinet Photograph* for 1
only $2 50 at Plummer's, No. Iii* Main
street, Wheeling.
Tuebk it a great deal of talk about the
steel nail and why it should *ot be used, but j
the best evidence that it is the nail ot the '
future is seen in the fact that the Bel (aire
Nail Works, cutting steel nails exclusively,
with 124 machines in operation, has not
been able to accumulate an assortment.
Often the nails cut in the forenooo are
shipped in the afternoon —Independent
The Deckers, the Champion Stilt, Hardie
and Acrobatic Skatersof the world, at Chap
line Street Rink, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings.
Ox Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings the Deckers will appear at the
Chapline street rink in the greatest rink i
performance ever given in any rink. These
artists are unequalled ia the conn try. skat- !
ing on stilts, and giving a performance of
all kinds oi startling acrobatic skating. Do ;
not fail to see them.
"\IVAWTKD—B'JTB WITH FRO* $110) TO
Vf KS.W «e^uritj to run m lf*i oe<-oU no train.
Apply CI» ION NEWS com PAH V, U * O. 4sux.
apl»q
The First Grand Masquerade
ov /«Ans as tn
NORTH END RINK,
tVill be Rives ob Thursday ermine. April 23. There
will he a doable rare fer a bandjocae prise to both
lady and geutlenm. Opm to all. Also, a race ho
twaro Meurt B. Hbeppwd, ot this city, and Wood
rmtt,' Martin's Ferry ay»«

An April Shower of Bargains!
That Will Infuse New Life Into
Business, and Benefit this
Entire Community.
Tbe Toddling Child. The Humble Workingmao.
Thr Studious School Boy. The Practical Business Man.
The Gay and Dashing Youth. The Dressy Professional Man.
The Feeble Old Man. The Aristocratic Banker.
Ï The Rich and Poor. The High and Obscure.
All Will bo Benellted Alike
GUTMANS'
GREAT BARGAIN OFFERING!
Rain or Shine, Sun or Snow, Breeze or Blizzard, our Stock
cf Clothing and Furnishing Goods .
Must be Sold?
We can't wait for sunshine and roses. We bought th&
goods to sell during the month of April and we are goin^ ta
sell them in April, let the weather be what it may.
Other dealers may sit still and sigh for seasonable weather
but that's not the kind of dealers we are. If the weather doesn't
come to suit us, we make the prices suit the weather. "If the
mountain won't come to Mohammed, why Mohammed must
go to the mountain.'' In short, what we mean to say is, that
if there is no great demand for Spring Goods at usual prices,
we will ir ake unusual prices and thereby create the demand.
Every counter, table and shelf in our MMENSE DOUBLE
STORES is loaded down with new goods, manufactured for
this Spring's trade. These goods must be sold during April,
and sell them we will—sell them we must—sell them we shall.
True, we shall not realize the profit we should have done had
"Winter lingered less lovingl) in the lap of Spring." But
that's no matter. We have put prices on the very cream of
our Spring Clothing and Spring Furnishing Goods that will
astonish any one who takes the time to visit our stores.
BOYS' iLOTHING !
Trade in this department never gets dull, for it's a fact well
established and thoroughly well known to everybody in
Wheeling and vicinity that we always have the
Very Best Qualities and Styles
of all kinds and varieties of Boys' Clothing to be seen aiy
w here. During Easter week we had a continuous jam from
Monday morning till Saturday night, and as a natural sequence
some of our Jines became broken in sizes. But this draw
back r.o longer exists. Sizes have been filled in all broken
lots, and wc have many
NEW PATTERNS AND SHAPES
that have not been exhibited before. In Children's and Boys*
I short pants suits we show the very finest goods, all th«mediun
! qualities and some cheap grades. In all of the qualitiea we
I have all the shapes and styles of making.
PLAITED, BLOUSE, JACKET, COATEE, CUTAWAY, to,
Some in striking Light Patterns, some in Corkscrews of vari
ous shades, some in Cassimere and Flannel. Lots*of long
and sh< rt pants.
Stacks of Sbirt Waists.
; 500 PAIR OF ROLLER SKATES 1
* OZVSN AWAY ♦
I THIN yV E E K !
* Every Boy wants them. Good cause lor this. *
J They are Genuine Roller Skates. The best, the ^
£ neatest, and the strongest» Remember, little *
J friends, we give a pair o! these Excellent Roller *
J Skates gratis with each Boy's Suit.
«ft*#**********************' ************
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^ât^Recollect, we can save you from 25 to 33 per cent in
your Furnishing Goods, and can offer you the most Cholcc
Line in the city Ixx>k before >ou purchase.
M. GUTMAN&CO.
The Largest Clothiers Between New York acd Chicago]
Corner Main and Twelfth Streets.
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Telephone OooaeotloB.

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