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WHKHJKG, JANUARY 30, 1891.
Tnu Democrats who are running the
silver investigation did sot intend to
trap one of tbeir friends if they could
help it?at least not until they bad given
him a chance to renew his hold on his
Beit, so that he might continue to stand
with them on the election bili. Is this
an honest way to conduct a Congressional
inquiry ? Can the country have con*
fidence in the work or the finding of such
Tab silver men in Congress played
Senator Cameron for his vote against the
Election bill. la to be supposed that
Senator Cameron was so green as not to
do some playing himself while that fort
of thing was in order? lie knetf the
drift?and drifted with it. Cameron
usoJ to be a Republican of the Republicans.
lu these days be does not perch
ao high as be used to.
Inoallh wo know, bat who ig Pefler,
the inan who plunged into the llllnoia
lottery and ilrow a aeat in the United
States Senate? It is a fair inference
th it I'eflor la nobody in particular. Ho
h is lived to be sixty years of age with^
out being beard of. Presumably if it
hai not been for tbe diversion .of the
Allitnco in politics he would not have
been beard of if he bad lived for aixty
Bonanza Mackay and a former associate
millionaire whose social aspirations
abroid tbe Mackny's are supposed to
have interfered with, have just had a
little gcrappin; match in a banking
house In San Francisco. Uackay worsted
the other fellow and says he has a fist
for anybody who riles him in the same
way. Englishmen odrniro musole, and
when Mackay goes over again he will
be more popular than H. R. H. A man
has to be very rich before he can afford
to Indulge in these pastimes. Mackay's
pile Is figured at $15,000,000.
The Stmilejn urt? Oumlof.
A correspondent of the Intelligencer
tells of the reception arranged for Mrs.
Henry M. Stanley in Pittbbargh, which
Mrs. Stanley did not attend, to the chagrin
of tho fashionable ladies in the
Two essential points seem to have
been overlooked by tbe Pittsburgh
ladies. The first is that Mrs. Burnley
was sot asked in advance whether she
would accept the attention. The second
Is that it is understood that Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley move rapidly and have no
time 1 or receptions except such as may
be held in the lecture hall before the
The Ikteluqekceb is unable to see
that the Stanleys are to be blamed for
not making exceptions to thsir rule. I
Certainly no blame can attach to Mrs.
8tanley lor not attending a reception she
had not promised to attend.
The Fort Henry Club ol this city de- 1
sires to entertain Mr. and Mrs. Stanley j
at the club house; but if Mr. Stanley's |
business arrangements interfere, if be
prefers that no entertainment be given
him, nobody will have reason to feel j
hurt. It will be in no sense a "cut," '
and if it were it might be lived down.
If Mr. Stanley prefers to be met as a ,
lecturer and nothing more, we shall have I
to let birn have bis way.
Br?MthiU|; lllood. 1
The New York Mail and Erpreu,
under the beacon-light guidance of Col. j
Elliot F. Shepard, is on the ragged edge r
of lunacy. Thia ia the way it anarta <
about tCe Federal election bill and the t
The war tvhlp is cracked again in tho United <
State* c euftto aud in the rebel Legislature#, ami ]
b'oodisiu tbe air. Let the Nor b, Eutsud i
West begin lb la time aud it wil. be abort, and 1
7iUU0,UUu of our fellow oitisens will be truly ?
fraucnised and uHonied tho means of self pro a
teen on. hut us strike before tbe Southeast can
be organized militarily. She Is moviu? to that e
orRaulEatlou with glKantie strides. The deifl
cation of Lee in Richmond but May was one t,
step. The lrrespou?iblu volunteer*, raouuteo j
eavulry. In evory tale Is another. Tbe threat of I
war if Cougrets does its duty and provides fur r
tho protection ot citizens a- the polls is another
The*e are tbe secession muticriugs of 18CO, aud *
ought to be uuaemmd bj ibe American people u
and answered by immediate mobilization of u
troops in overy state.
The bill is right, but it Is not going to
pass. There would be no war it it wero t
to pass. The country is too busy to go <
to tightingltsell. rue politicians 01 mi- ?
South aro fuming, bat the people of the
South are not making their three square
meals a day on hot coals. j
Thirty years ago tho politicians misled n
the people into war. They could not 11
do that now ii they desired. The big j
politicians of the South are makiog
money themselves, making it ont of the t
North, and the last thing they want ia j
If Colonel Shepard were as rich in
hard sense as he is In hard dollars he
would uot mix to much blood with bia c
printing ink. lie should try cold stor- t
arge for his over-taxed brain. t
. i I ri
Ami uniani of W? it Virginia Land. I
Colonel White's nmendmentto the As (
sessmcnt bill is a decided improvement t
on the original. It is no reflection on ,
the Auditor, the personality of wbw i
office is no', a fixed thing. There migbi I
be >n Aulitor who would abuse the j
power which it was proposed to confer ?
on that officer; and while the present
legislation can be changed, legislators 1
should be carelol how they set precedents.
It is moch better that the assessors i
sh<ll lo rppointed ly the. Board ol '
Public Works. No matter who does th. *
work of revaluing the lands tt should b c
done, so far ss possible, on ons systen
and one scale. Otherwise there may be j
grave injustice ns between lands of the '
no value in different counties. a
ah* iHiiLuasxcu is swan that a
since the actual work must be done by t
so money men exact Jostlee to every- J
body is slnost an impossibility; but the
State must do all it can to secure an u- b
essment on a basis of common jn?Uce.
(the lands of Went Virginia shall be ]
airly valued (or taxation the farmer will
>6 relieved anil the boldera of so-called
rild lands, now assessed at nearljr noth- 1
ng and of great intrinsic value with a 1
ast advancing marketfor tbem, will be- i
[in to pay something like a reasonable I
proportion of the State expenditures.
It is not tho imklljokkceu's idea 1
:hat these wild lands shall be gone at In J
i vicious spirit, ss though the State j
meant to take reprisals on their holders, ,
but there would be no just ground of
:omplaint if lands assessed at ons dollar 1
ind worth ten in the market were 1
brought a little nearer to their market
Ripping Up (he Fire Department* I
Before it took place, the Intillioin
CUB opposed the election of Frank
Heal j- to the position of Chief of the FinDepartment,
mainly because bis past
record, which even he must admit war
very bad, and which was the only
thing by which to judge of the future,
proved him an unfit person for the
Since the Democratic majority In
Council baa seen fit to select him, the
IHTauioKHccB has no interest in the
matter except that which all good citizens
should hsve, that he shall conduct
the department In a way that shall make
it effective In the discharge ol the dutie*
for which it was created.
If Mr. Healy and tho Democratic
Councilmen want to make of the Du
partment a Democratic machine, the InTEU.ios.tcEB
bopee it will be a good and
* * l ? ">?i? (huu
serviceaDio luucmur, uui n?o n?j
aro going about it la not the proper way.
There should never be more than a
very fe * new men in the Department
at once, because experience is the teacher
from which they must all learn. At
this time the Hook ami Ladder house
baa not a man in it who ever even
helped to put up a ladder. Two of the
three men in the house have boon there
less than three months, and the other
who was appointed this week cannot
drive the horses nor work the tiller.
The two slightly experienced men have
had to stay in the house day and night
since the last change was made bo that
it would be possible to get the apparatus
to a lire, if they happened to know the
location of the box.
There are also three comparatively
new men at the Atlantic engine house,
the central station ef the department,
where the moat skillful and experienced
men should be. It is said, and with
every corroborating circumstance, that
a new man is to be put in at the Niagara,
and a change made at the chemical
house on Eleventh street. There are
other changes booked for the Vigilant
and a possibility at a ^change in the
It must bo said to Mr. Healy's credit
that he has been forced to make theaj
rapid changes by the incessant clamor of
Oouncilmen and ward politicians, but it
is to his discredit that he has not the
independence to do what he knows
would insure him efficient assistance,
and that ho made promises before his
eloction that now cost him the best men
in the Department to fuliill. He roust
remember that the work of his depart'
mont will be compared who mm ui me
department under the careful attention
of Chief Dunning.
The city is just now ia a dangerous
position. Without a man in the ladder
department who ever raised a ladder,
itnd half of the force composed of men
who never laid a line of hose, the business
portion of tho town would have to (
'rust to luck with a lively fire in an unfavorable
President Moffatt,of the Denver A Rio
Srande road, travels about the country
n a private ear which cost$45,000, which
a more than he paid for his home in
Miss PhoBbe Cousins, Secretary of the
World's Fair Board of Lidy Managers,
a said to be a lineal descendant of Jean
3ousin, who sailed from Dioppe in 1488
md landed at the mouth of the Amazon.
The Princess of Wales has given orlera
that nothing need be submitted for
jer inspection, or that of her daughters,
n which birds are used as trimming. This
vill insuro many a feathered songster a
onger lease of life.
Gen. John W. Kimball, of Fitcbburg,
Ha**., has recently lost his old war horse,
'rince. The animal, which was nearly
hirty-eight years old, was presented to
tan. Kiiuball in December,1862, by fortyhree
citizens of Fitchburg.
Walter M. Leman, a veteran actor
rho had played before General Jackson,
)avy Crockett, Aaron Burr, CnilrJes
)ickoun and other celebrities, some of
rhom he knew personally, has just died
t San Francisco at the age of seventyight
The Unest specimen of physical mantood
on a European throne is King
)icar of Sweden, in whoae roya! veins
here runs very good red plebeian blood,
rith but little of the real blue article
aixed in it. His ancestor wan Napoleon's
An old Mend of Sir Waller Scott eajH
hat thv orglnal ot Rebecca In "Ivanloe"
was a beautiful young American
roman to whom Washington Irving beanie
engaged after the death of his
Fife, and of whom he wrote a glowing
leecriplion to the Bard of Abbotsford.
The old Blake homestead, which
i being torn down in Indianapolis to
uake way for modern resldonces, has
beltered some very distinguished pooilc
in its time. Henry Clay and Van iuren
were frequently ontertained
here, and many otner noted men had
leen gueats within its famous walls,
t was one of the oldest residences in
llow 1 hey Stand.
Si-HiKOFtn.s, Mass., Jan, 2$.?The
anvus of farmers' opinions conducted
ly the "New England Hornatttti," "Farmrt'
Home," published at Chicago, and
lao from Springfield is now complete
t presents the verdict of the 110,000
>o?ul cards received from farmers in all
larls of the country. .
on the Democratic side
ras 71,787 for Cleveland, 17,118 for Hill,
1,082 for W. H. Hatch ana 8,803 scatering.
On the Republican tide the
rote stood, Blaine, 30 209; Harrison. 31,113;
Rusk, 20,740; a.-atiering, 10,003.
Uwara of Olmmruu tor Catarrh that CodUUB
mercury will surely destroy the sense
if smell and completely derange the
(hole system when entering it through
he mncoua surfaces. Such articles
honld never be used except on nrvscripions
from reputable physicians, sa the
lamage they will do is ten fold to the =
ood yon can possibly derive from them.
iaU'e Catarrh Cure, manufactured by ?.
J. Cheney & Cj., Toledo, O, contains
10 merenry, and is taken internally, and
eta directly upon the blood and mncons
nrfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
Jatarrb Core be sore yon get the genilne.
It is taken internally, and made
a Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A .Co
(9*SoId by druggists, price 76c per
HOME FOR FRIENDLESS WOMEN.
li? Third Aoanal Itrport?'IooreoM of tmcilitifi
Tbe tliird annual report of the West
Virginia Home for Aged and Friendless
Vomen has bee a submitted to tbe man*
igers and Board ot Directors by the
President, Mrs. D. A. Cunningham.
The success of the institution is shown
37 the number of women who have been
idmitted to its shelter during tbe three
fears of ita existence and by tbe building
that hits been purchased on tbe corner
of Thirteenth ami Jacob streets and
which has been utilized to accommodate
the constantly increasing calls for admission
from needy and worthy women.
The number admitted since April first,
1800, is fifty-ono. Of these eigbt were
Roman Catholics; three Protestant
Episcopalians; fourteen Methodist Episcopalians;
five Preebvterians; three
Uuited Presbyterians; five Lutherans;
two Christiana or Disciples; three Baptist*;
two Spiritualiats and one Mormon,
beeides five who claimed no cburcb con*
Xne household numbers st present
eleven, several of whom are aged women,
who have f jund a permanent home for
life. Of the number of aged women, one
in a helpless invalid, another makes herself
useful as a xmtte to the ulUcted one.
Among those who have sougtit a temporary
home are several who by the limited
resources at their command are able
to earn sufficient to pay a small weekly
or monthly board.
By far tbe gieater number who apply
for shelter at the Home are women of
respectability?among them women of
refinement, from rural districts, who,'
finding themselves without means or
employment, among strangers, apply to
the Home for shelter and protection.
Several of this class have bad homes and
employment provided by the managers
In "some instances the managers have
furnished .the means from their own
private purses to pay the railroad fare
und send the poor woman back to her
friends. But tne Borne is no\v so flllejl
with permanent inmates that the ladie*
And themselves-greatly curtailed and
not a little embarrassed in their eflorts to
meet the demands of those (or whom the
charity is provided.
To meet the pressing necessities that
are continually arising, tbe managers
must appeal to a generous public to
assist them, by contributing the means
to enlarge the building. The lot upon
which the property stands is large
enough to admit of an additional build
iug that could accommodate from one to
two hundred persons. The managers
are continually devising the beet ways
and means to meet the emergencies as
they arise. The Home is provided, after
many discouragements and some dis*
appointments, with a matron who is
proving herself to be a blessing to tbe
Home and to tbe individuals who come
within her motherly influence.
The liberality of the public added to
regular subscriptions and tbe noble gifts
of the friends who are interested in the
enterprise have enabled the managers
aud directors to undertake the purchase
of tbe property occupied by the Home
and to make the first payment upon it.
The treasury has recently been , augmented
by a gilt of one hundred dollars
from the estate of Col. Jacob Hornbrook,
which was generously forwarded by bis
daughter, Mrs. India Kelley, of California.
Indeed, among those who have
shown a practical interest in the Home
are a number of friends whose homes
and personal interests lie in communi*
ties entirely remote, but who, feeling a
common interest in humanity, have re*
mi<?ni?Arl their "neiohhor" in The West
Virginia Houie for Aged aud Friendli-so
Wouifcu, and have cheerfully forwarded
substantial aid. Contributions may be
sent to the President, Mrs. D. A. Cud*
uin?ham, or to the Treasurer, Mr. Joseph
Bull, at the Logan Drug company's,
Loose's Bed Oiover Pills cure Sick
Heartache, Dvapepiia, Indigestion, Conetipatioii.
25c per box, 5 boxes for $1
For sale by Logan Drug Company, daw
Van Hopten's Cocoa?Largest sale in
the world. 6
Beecham's Pills act like magic on a
Wn?k Ptnmaflh 1
WHAT THE DOCTOR SAYSi
A PROMINENT NEW YORK PHY.
SICIAN SAYS: There is nothing better
to rc'iovo the PAIN and ITCHING, and
CAUSE RETRACTION of PILES, than
PONO'S EXTRACT and PONO'S EX.
WHAT THE PATIENT SAYS:
" For 40 yeau I have been an indescribable
sufferer with the PILES. First attacked with
BLIND PILES, whi:h annoyed mo for yean;
BLEEDIKO PILES (allowed, which frequently
confined me to tho bed. Within a few day? they
have attached me in full force, and that moit
excruciating of tho hemorrhoid family, the
ITCHING PILES, tuperieded both. Having
become possessed of tome PONO'S EXTRACT,
I ippitOQ II Iici jr, unun JIOU. I never urcainwu
o(? cur*. Three timts only have I reiortrd to
POND'S EXTRACT, and the ITCHING PILES
vanlihad ai If by magic. I am fully convinced
that it it tha only known ramedy in the wide
world fcr the ITCHING PILES. My itatement
it un?olicittd."-THOMAS S. MURPHY, Olm.
tedvllle, N. Y.
Be surs you get POND'S
EXTRACT, not somo
worthless substitute. Ail
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
76 Fifth Ave., New York.
I took Cold,
I took Sick,
I take My McpIs,
X take My Rest,
[ and i am vigorous enough to take
anything i can lay my hands on ; 1
getting flit too, for Scott's
Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
and Hvpophosphilesof Lime and ,
Soda !>or ONI.V cured, MV Illclp- '
lent Consumption hut built
ms ur, a?d 13 now FttTTtKO
CI ecu AM MV DAUCfi
I bkiWII WI1 I MWlVbW
AT THE RATE OP A POUND A DAY. I J
7AKR IT JUST AS EASILY AS I PO MILK." i
SUCH TESTIMONY IS NOTHING NEW. c
SCOTT'S EMl't-SION IS DOING WONDERS 1
daily. Take no other.
BAKING POWDEB. a
Baking Powder !
ABSOLUTELY PURE. !
icuiwiwb tih ituiuit in bit uil ,
11 Dp. BULL'S ticmuua TMihlug wi '
KlOV CVDIIO r?ul?!Mtt?Boweli.At
Dill I ?Q Cures Coughs, Colds,
DULL O Hoarseness, Asthma, .
Bronchitis, ft ft 11 ft II Croup.Incipient
and relieves Consump- CVQIIQ
tive Persons. 25 cents. O I flUl
aunrc Lutoca cueca ciaADtfrcs ftr~ci.
OmUnE tarrh. Prlrg 10 Ctn. At nit druoaltta.
?-- Itmmm *.? |fcA | rffl
iuo urwicai diwuicrj ui iuo
OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMEDY
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA. HAY
FEV'R. "BONUH1TI8, KHKOMAT181C,
DY6PKWIA, CANCER. KCROF
B RIGHT'S ni8?A K. MALARIAL FEVER.
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In chort, all forms ol Organic and Functlona'
diKcoAOfi. The Cure* cffectod ty this Medicine
are Id many eases
Bold only in Juss containing Que Gallon.
Price Three Dollars-a ra?u inmimeat
when Health and Life can bo obtained.
?"HISTOUT or T?K MICKOB* KllLKR FREE."For
?alo by all Retail Druggists. Trado supplied
LOGAN DRUG CO.. Polo Agoota.
d ? ki
x my years ui ucccva is ruiunvni o? mcuvo
of tbo value of Schcncka Pulmonic Syrup aa a
euro for Consumption, Cough*, ('olds, Hoarse.
Jims Sore-Throat ftc. It contains no opium; Is
pleauinl to tho taste.
For Snlo by all Druggists. Price |1.00 per
bottle. Dr. Schenck's lloolc an Consumption
and Its Cure, moiled'free. Address
Dr. J. H. Bchenck & Son. Philadelphia.
1 BEEOHAM'S PILLS I
cure SICK HEADACHE.
25 Cents a Box.
OF AT.T. 3DRX7001BTS.
Is the Best Household Eemedy ExtantIt
is a positive cure for
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA,
And All Skin Diseases,
An in valuable remedy for Wounds, Burns, Swell- i
intra, Sores, Croup, Bronchitis, etc.
NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT,
floljl by all druggists at SO coats per box. Send
3 two-cent stamps for freo sample bos and book. (
Female Weakness, (Jlcers, Tumors, Sows,
Abacuses, Ulood Polsonlnr. Halt Kh?nm
i^ta7h* Khoum?tiiqi and all
Sola by Logan Drug Co. Ie8 8
^S?\ JAPANESE '
w' CURE I
i guaranteed Cure for Pilee of whatever
kind or degree?External, Internal, Blind
or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or
Doroditary. $100 a box; G boxes, $5.00.
Sent by mail, prepaid, on rooeipt of prioe.
We guarantee to core any oaso of rilee. o
Qnaranteod and sold only by
McLAlJf BROTHERS, Druggist*, *
. Twelfth and Market BU. Wheeling, W.JVa. fl
DUO DAW '
$500 Reward !
WE will pay tho aboro reward for any ca?o of Ltrer f|
Complainl, Dyspepsia, dick lleadaehe. Induration. Con* N
illpaUon or C???tl?sneas wo rannot curf with West's |J
fesctable hirer Pt! U, when the directions are strictly
xMpllnl with. They arts purely Vegetable, and DCTcr
'all to r<*o satisfaction. Rapr Coated Urge boxes,
ontalninff 39 Pills, ? rwU. Rerara uf counterfeits ?
md Imitations. Tbo cvnulno uanafa<-tsrrd only by I
HIE JOILM a >VE3T COMPANY. CHICAGO. IU. 4
Mold br llcLAIS BROTHERS, corner Market r
ind Twelfth ?tii.. Wbo-Umr W. Va. j02Mw?Aw L
DON'T GIVE UP!
By I Too can Get Weflf sraaaeitE. I>o SviMtna.
and you'll Die or U Demented! \\'f lladlrally
m NEW MOK g
Iuraalee4 Tssuaeaials. Srsrytklaf csaUeattaL bo
CIVE UP DQN'TSl t\
WANTED-A GOOD BUTCHEK.
Adflrtaa, "BUTChK*." this "Bloe. Ja80*
\\7 ANTED-TWO DRAFTSMEN AT
VV one*. Apply to HOWARD B. FR*NZHHU.
Architect, vp. lift Main atroet. J>30
a29 121ft Market "t. oppialte McLnre House.
New Lot, Very Frc?h, In Stock end For Sale at
E. L. NU'OLL'H ART STORE, #
JU2J mi MARKET PTRKCT.
J^OTICE TO PHYSIUIAN8.
Office or Boabd of cotxibeionefit)
opih? County op Ohio >
WmiLiNo W. Va., Jan. ? 1891. )i
eetlcd proposals will be received at thla offloe
until Monday, the 21 day 11 February, 1891. at
ir o'el* ck a. m., from Physicians for attending
ind furnishing medicines and 'drags to a'l per*
ious ?onflned in tb* County Jail aa Lunatics, or
persons cbargM with Koionlea ot Mlsdemeauorr,
lor tbe torm of one jear frum the 13th day oi
Tbo ??er"On reciting tbo appointment shall
live bend with sufficient surely, to be apnroved
b# the Hoard lit lie faithiul performance of
the tru-t and agraument.
'< bo rlRht beiug reserved to reject any or all
Ry order of tbo Board of Commissioners.
JaS) HrNRYM.PKNDbaTON, Clerk.
VTOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN
otate op Pennsylvania,
County op AixconxxY, as.
Tn the Orphans' Court No. ?, December Term.
Iu tbe matter o! tho petition of Mary filler for
letters of administration noon tbo eatato of
Ph <ip Slier, formerly of Pittsburgh, c .uutv and
State aforesaid, who bai been absent and unheard
of for a period of mor* than sercn years.
?nilM l> hiruhii nltrun that it i mrtnir nl
Mid cau?e on tho ttili <Ujr of Ja ?uary, 1891. Mid
Court did decree that the prwompllo'i of death
of aitd t-bilto filer wan made out, and Mid
i'hliip tiller. If lie bo actually al ve, ora-iy otbtr
person knowing him to be alive, Is hereto? notl
Bed to produce to Mid I'ouri evidence of auch
f?ct o" or beiurn the ldtu day of May . 1).,
ItOi, at 10 o'cloc k a m
eollcltor for Petitioner,
jafrr t*nt burgh Penn*
wiTOOKS, BONDS AND REAL E80
TATE FuR ti.\Lh.
25 share* Street Railway Co.
15 shares fielmuut Nail Co. stock,
u shares Icoaud rtuvago utooit.
20 share* Kenwood Nail ?tock*
nouse 1207 nnd 1JC9 Main s reet.
boutn Cbnpllue streot balldintc lot.
lx)tM 1. 2 and 8 Gilchrist'a addition, North
Boutb oue-balf of lot M North Main atreoL
ileitis*' No. a a Noitb Main atieet.
Home M < 11 teetilb atreet. also vacant one half
Secretary W. T. A T. Co. and Broker. Room 1,
hellJv Building, Market atreet. Tclepone 569
QOAL! COAL! COAL!
1 deilre to call tho attention of my frlenda and
be public to tbo fuel that I am now prepared to
urniab Coil to all part* of tbe clt? at the most
'emtonable figure*. 1 have constantly on band
1 largo stole of the Mnnongah clean (oal,
whici ia tho beat ever Introduced inti this
mtrket, being cutlrely clean fro n alate, atone
oic. My ofllco ta altuated at thecor?cr of disteentb
and Eoff atreeis, where 1 will be pleased
toreoeiva tour or-era Orders either by mall
r telepbono will ne promp'-ly attended to.
oping to lecclve a share ot your patronage, 1
<im, Your* .cspectfully,
Remember number of Telephone, OX.
Terms cash. ja?fl
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itwtU W wnwm ?ia |tmw, WMIW ?UttWn?.
If the lines in this diamond figure do
not appear equally blaek in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of
sight that causes nervous head-ache and
should bo corrected at once. Eyes tested
Optician Department in charge of com
J. C. DILLON & CO.
J?29 1223 ^ar^iit Street
THIS BRIGHT NEW 1891
<eed? tbo brightest and boat of mnslc. Tbo?
i.OoO.OOf icadors of thin ail are all invited to
uro'ldo themselves with musl" or music books
from our complete and varied st?iok.
ovatat) Fukki.y Foil urn and Information.
SOME OF OUR BEHEST BOOKS.
80.S0R OK IhEI.AND. |10\ Choice.revised
eollcctiouof very faverlte ?ong*. ?5 wings. 144
1'orTER'fl RE8POVSE3 AND BKNTEVCE*.
rs ets.; 86 <5 dor A tlmelv and good collection,
which will bo welcomed by mau\ choirs. Mare
than mi short pieces, with a number ol Glorias,
I'tiiihK AND PRiISK. Cantata. Fallard.
A go d and easy cantata, for a Choir or Chorus.
>0 cents; <1 to t*r dozen.
MujONIC DDK. Kith I an. A new, most convenient
book of easy and good mnslo. perfectly
fined for the Masonic ritual. Much needed.
SO cent*: IGdnxen.
COMIC ANI) MINSTREL BONIS. 1100. 46
ner?y #ongj, well calculated to mako tlmo pas?
man N *R FOLIO. Violin and Piano. Winner.
Larue uumbcr oi popular melodies, kkllltully
arrauKed for Violin, with riano acc.mpaulmrnt.
MANDOLIN AND PIANO D0ET3. Winner.
\ouut 76 popular airs for Mandolin and Hano.
Any Book Mailod, post paid, for Retail Price.
OLIVER DlTSON CO.. Boston,
3. H. ?Jir?ON & o..
S67 Broadway, Now York City. JsSO-KThAW
NEILL S EUffiHil,
AND DC ALE 118 IN
Sogllsb, Portland & CumberlandCement,
Lime, Plaster Paris.
Miami Powder, Dynamite. Fu?e,
EXPLODERS, BLASTING CAP3, ltrc.
Contractors and builders will savo money by
letting prices from us btLre purchasing, us we
re the only bonco In tbo city thai carries a
all line of abovo goods.
dcC NEILL & ELUNOHAM.
RAMR "JAR LOTS"
MV4UU MM U IIV1W
'icied Dp on Our Eastern Trip.;
85 Letter Copying Booki, 10x11.1 CO Pages.
25 Letter Copying Books, 10x14,700 Pages.
75 Duplicating Pocket' rder 8ooks.
00 Large Composition Books, extra fine paper, .
00 Quires Crown Blank Books. e
And o-hcr snail lots recured from manu>
cturers closing oat certain lines of goods.
PRICES ON APPLICATION,
Itanton & Davenport, ;
1801 Slrwt jjj_
Fit EE, FHEE, FItEE TKIAL!
11 diseases of the Nervous Pritem. either Acute
Chronic In either wx. It Restore* Imired
or Lost Power Checks ail ^orma of
aate or Brain; Makea Ktrouv the Weak. Pnll _
ickage, |1; Mix for f&. Trial package 12c (with ?
>ok), sent securely stale.! on rtceu t of price,
ldreaa, DR. 0. K. AUDAM, No. 1701 Cottage
ore Are.. Chicago, UL no34
GEO. It- TAYLOR?MARKED DOWN.
GEO. R. TAYLOR'S
ALL CLOTH AND PLUSH
Jackets and Sacpes
A A a DT/rr> "P\r\TA/"NT f
vv xn :
Change in the prices taking effect this a. m.,
MISSES' CLOAKS INCLUDED.
Geo. R. Taylor.
d a vrrce
H OUR CREDIT SYSTEM IS
AN INDISPENSABLE BOON
1136 to 1140 Market Street.
Store Closes at 7 O'clock, CHINA WARE,
SATURDAYS EXCEPTED. CUTLERY,
JOS. H. BcARDLE, Sff
MANACEB. OF ALL KINDS.
TYPEWRITERS, SEWING MACHINES, ETC.- EDW. L. ROSEA CO.
SED1L ROSE ?C0.&
nauufiOAM Afli; IV&A/WU */AAjjaao in
TYPEWRITERS, SEWING MACHINES,
AND ALL THAT PKP.TAl.Nd THERETO I
tST X full and compute thick oftbe beet fhema'kct afford) In each line. -?|
51 TWELFTH STREET, WHEELING, W. VA.
J. L. BALLARD. Manager
HA JIM & CO.?FURNITURE, ETC.
HAMM & CO., ~1
Furniture Dealers and Undertakers, DOT
THIS DOWN FOR A FACT:
That our ertablUbnent is a model one In every respect
Tbat In our Attractive assortment, prompt service and lair treatment, our customers are amply
nd satisfactorily served.
*rUndertaking In Its several forme a special feature*
TELETHONS CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT. I
HAMM & CO.. - 1067 Main Street. '
JOSEPH GKAVK8?WALL PAPERS. BLANK BOOKS. ETC.
1852. JOSEPH GRAVES. gggg J
26 TWELFTH STREET.
WALL PAPER 8?LARGEST 8TOCK AND GBEATRST VARIETY IN THE S
STATE. BOLD CttEAPER THAN EVER !
BLANK BOOK fi?DAY BOOKS. JOURNALS. LEDGFRJ, CASH BOOKS, INVOICE
*od TRIAL BALANCE BOOKS, MEMORANDUM and PASS BOOKS, dc.
WRITING PATER, ENVELOPES, INKB, PEN'S Ud PENCILS !
STATIONERY OF E VE RY DESCRI PTI ON
Sold Retail at Wholesale Prices! wuwv p
~ OPERA HOUSE.
EVUAGEMKNT EXIIUOKPISiABY !
Friday and Saturday, Jan 30 ami 31
Grand Matinee Saturday.
Sumptuous millet Spccuutf. the
Direct from Niblo's Garden Theatre, NOW
York. Respondent with
Magnificent Scouery. Wonderful Transformations,
Gorgeous costume* Glitter tig Armor
Fascinating IiaUets. Grand Marches Brllllan
| Properties Calcium Lights and Novel Europear
Forty persona in tbo Grand Production
Bring tbe Children to tho Matinee.
Matinee Price*?Reamed Seats. 75 cent*. Ad
mission 50 iiud 25 cent*. Evening -rlceiR?>-ervcd
deals. 81. Admission, 76 aud 50 neuti
Rale (*i seats oommenoea W.dnea ay, Jannar;
28 at O. A. House'a Musle Stow, JavC
Grand Opera House
THREE GRAND PKRFORtf ANCE3.
Friday and .Saturday. January so and 81
paxu.y biaTINRK daturu ? y at 2:30
PccV & Fnrsman's New a?:d Elaborate f roduc
Hon of thoNreat Melodrama. tbe Sow
OX THE TtfAlL.nr I Presented wlthastron
vn lilt ifA'^Vlconwinr.SMCi.lSoet
IMMEL ROOMS 11 ery,-beautiful Train?
Homs, Funny Coraeduus, Grand orchestra
Genuine *<bawtieo ludiaus, and aunouuc*! b
tlia Daniel Boono halleuga Brass Baud. Ui
Fluent on the Kotd. Furtively every thin
necessary for ibis pro'ue'lon transported 1
Perk A Furainau's ^pectat Falncc Cars. BtfCC
Parido at Noon. Grand Band concert at 7i?. n
Prices-Orchestra chairs. tOc; Dress cirrle. 26c
?al er>, 25c; children, 16c. beats on sa'o s
J. 8. KIJODliS & CO.
J. S. RHODES & CO
Too many small Cloaks
to cary cvor. Special low
prlcos on sizes four years
ana six years. A few larger
ones still on hand at
REDUCED PRICES i
OUR 8ALE OF
! Ladies' Jackets, Wraps
Still continues at
J. S. MODES
i'LUMHINU, G AS & STKAM H ITJNG
best faucets ii the worut
CALL AND SEE THEM AT
Riniuni T) 0. I nmn
lIUI!lDb& 01 LUl/i,
i4ie ft 141a mriietBt.. whwiim, w.v?.
p EO. HIBBERD & SON,
VJT BucceMon to Tbompaon A Hlhb.nl,
Practical Plumbers, Gas fi Steam Fitters
BraoiALTixv-Kstur&l Qm BnppllM, Sloan
Heating and Ventilation.
151* markktht., Wheellnt, W. Va.
All work promptly done at moit reasonable
WM. HARE A SON,
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
No. S3 TWELFTH 8TRKrr.
All work done pro tartly at reasonable grigejt
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
No. 45 FirrxsMTB Strut,
IENRY J. ARBENZ.- DZUCTOK.
FALL TERM BEGINS
-MONDAY. HRPTEMIIPW IK?
>aOA W, [ n. J. ARBBNZ.
Iron* hSavSm9';} MM.CARKK-AHBKNZ
!lamm it, } ".e. 8PEIL.
laef ....mi *8 annik LOK(i.
*LUTB HERMAN GRIMM.
lOMtT JULIUS ilOOBK.
horoatth, sjfttematio instruction In all branches
of Muiic and of theory. Normal department
for the training of Teachers. Exceptional
advantages lu Modern Languages.
'RIVATE AID CLASS USTRUCTIOI.
Send for Catalogue. For furthor lnfnrma*
Ion apply after Wednesday, September 3, to
HENBY J. ARBEXZ, Director,
Wo. 45 Fifteenth street, Wheeling, W. Va.
IcLDRE HOUSE PHARMACY.
A Mfcdel prescription Store.
'. W. 8EYMOUR, Proprietor.
CHANCE IN A LIFETIME FOP
tncu with capital and active men without
capital to aecure a very pUauant ami i>rofli>>,u
, buMncw. No drones or curiosity seekm
I apply AddreM with two cm stamp,uos?oi
DVTKD ADJUSTABLE 1HOK UO.,?l?n Mu!'
re at inijucE
MKKTB for Amenta ami Ofg?ltm
throughout the United Males and Uanac* ?'.
I jt?n and t4 vOO In seven yean: now u*0tl,
' time to mako bfg money b> add r? win* \ V
KEY vULDd, Boom CM, Ulobe Bulldim. fru'on
Ma-. Jt.r. m*at'
TO BUY OR BENT.
Houie with eight or more roaatt. Uu?i
houth of Ninth, north of T?on*y-fourU> and
went of Jacob street*
GEO. J. MATHI50N,
Real Emtaie Aaent.
j?0 ' '0 rh?pllne Strwt
Tho underlined i? tho regular appointed
agent for theaalo of tho Miller Chemical fire
KzttnKuUbcr. Personal attention <iven to til
extinguishers sold by htm. Charge* for rcQHitic
always on hand Addrcas No. n? Wxi?a7h
strict, Wheeling. W. Vn. J. A. bl'SNiNd
REDMAN & CO.
Have removed their Machine Shop to the &??
corrugated iron building on iTnwpliae ?trect. between
fcvontceutb and Eighteenth sin-em. mrf
tr" now rea''v f?r h'uin?*? nt n.? no-* plmy
11 BAD ESTATE.
Storeroom 1CM Market street
Seven roomed houbo, with modem improvemeuta),
M -outb York ?treet
Hlx roomod bouse, 4'J North Yo'k street.
Five roomed brlek, first clash proj-crtjr, }}
North Huron itwt
Seven roomed house, with all modern con
voaleucei 164 North r'routstro it.
1 Klgbt roomrd home, with all modern ecn1
ro 'len ? . loO Virginia street
Four roomed houso. 26* Market stm t.
Seven rormcd hou&e, 'ft South !' xin street,
Store room with dwelling 1621 Mam street.
Two room third tlo.tr, l&(9 M*rke\ nwl.
Dnlry Farm wltlilu one mile ol the city,
i. lhree> roomed dwelling, 1(M Vlrgluid atrctt,
I FOR SALE,
Choko building loU In Old Fair Grounditad
? GUcbrtiit'N addition from fttu up
Building lots corner Market and Ibirtv-fiiu,
I. itrrcU.V5x.20, **?.
Fine b(i<2?!ioff ilto on North York street, r,
|. feet front running cum to low water mart, ou
?tn? ol new ttlecine Motor line.
g One lot left on west aldo of South Penu ?tre?L
i. No boitef lucatioa.
il The eloTCu-roomod brick dwelling, with
l sUble In rear, on uorth***i corner ot Twenty.
y ?ixih HUd KoflT StrioK, |3,7U0.
?. Harms?several good f?rm?, suitable for rejag
lar farming, gardening and fruit.
U G. O. hMITH,
, 1229 Market 8t.,orcr Wheat dtHarcher'Uc welrr I
!j Stor*. ; jja* |
s! For Sale.
Four lots, with Are-roomed house, on Illsb
~ street fljtt
I Nine roomed bonne, 2351 Market street....... 3,510
| Hlx roomod bouse, Sixteenth street-..
f Three-roomed bouse, ground GOxlfiQ feet,
First ward..? ? W)
Seven roomed bouse. 504 N York street 1,mo
Hlx- roomed home. 202 N York street?? 2,0?
Three-roomed bouse. 2410 Wood street i.uvj
Ten-roomed house, 742 Main street. 3icq
Four-roomed houio. Filth ward - l,ao
Three bouse* in Sixth ward, reutal value
1400 per annum 2JQ0
Uoj>i bu*iui*?? bouse 10 contra ? neHHie. ,
Twelve lnu in Pllan, Wbyto and Gallagher's
I Addition, 8100 U> #200.
Twenty tlvo 4ots near Benwood Junctloa
cbenp; on wy terms.
Manufacturing alto near Cleveland I'ituburgh
Kallroad depot, Martin's Fer?y.
One lot oi- Moyaton atreet, Sixth ward,|l,10Q.
One ha f lot on M ivaton atreet S-'>V).
One ball lot on Koffstreet, Hlxtb ward, 11,000.
Two lota on ihariva atreet SSOjeacli.
Twenty five acr? a, lour mile* east r f city, ran*
talniug saudatone quarry, good quality ol rement
atouo, and cowl with bonk opened (or u?e,
One of the beat store rooms on Chapllneitrm,
Sixth ward, Foaesalon April 1.
S. NESB1TT, Jr,
i J*29 1789 Market Street.
Residence or National road, the late carter
residence. IIS CO
No. 14-jl W*arr?u street, now tuiir rosined
bouMj - 9 CO
No 140?Warren street, ne* foui tuoued
I house 9 00
| No. 2/19 Main street ........ 2u CO
* No. '.'157 Main strett store room........ - 15 U?
No. 2102 Main street, store room 15 (o
Carpenter shop, n?ar No. 2158 Main street. 4 W
No 62Thirteenth direct, rooms H to
No. 1048 Main street, four rooms ???. 16 (0
; FOR SALE.
' No. 22 Alley B, corner Alley Band Alley5.
Nos Jul9 and 2021 Mains'reet.
18 A'.res of Land 1 inl-e c?st of Kin (irorr.
Frouisaouut huo feet ou National wad, with
four roucned frame bousu and 100 Fruit Trees.
Priv, 8l,fc0 .
lt)2 Aorta Anthracl'e Teal Land in (he county
of Berkeley, W. Va.. $2'? per acre.
No V-407 Gbapline street
tot <0 by ISOfeit, Mm Grove ?-I Sn?
No. 337 Main street, Butlneaa house and
dwelling, sixteen rooms ....
\ Nos. 51 and M> Alley 19 l-vo
' N a. 2W I and 2906 Cbapllne atreet. 3 JP
No. 1006 Mcc'ollvch street 2/^
So. 3028 Mc.'olloch atreet.. ' uu
, Vo. 1921 aud 19'3 Malu sticet........ -w 1
' No. 2110 ?nd 2112 Main street ' ?
r No. XW4 and 20(0 Malu street "
- No. 2604 Market atrert 2 GO)
1 o.in25McC?llooh street....,.,, . 3*930
I No. 9C Onlo street...-.....,, , *****"_!"'.?
No. no booth Peon a?rooi?.Ww "ZT~" -2,010
N?-*Qi hapiiueatreet..^..". ?
?0, ii?f Piblino fctreet.v...M#M_. 2,300 I
No 2814 boffsireet.... _ .2500 .
No. 84 and Sfl Twentyalxth street .... 1
I on 1129 EoD atreet....... ... -J,SO
No. W and ec Twanty-thlrd street; rouu tR
lor |15* month J, ? MO
< g? *"?b?pllfl*stwcL. l.?
No. 8U81 Woods Hrcet l.MW
I No 3V33 Wo?k*i street ...-J. >.?
I L ?iB. Carney's belrr addition 3?
j ?o. 2<hx* Lain street...^....... 1,200
James A. Henry,
Agont, U. f. Claim Atlorm),
lf? 10,2 Market Ptr.at.
F03aEP8I0N AT ONCE.
Ko. fi Ohio j trcot. 0 roost frame
No 5 Nor n Hrondwav, finmo, 5 room*.
No. 23.0 Eon htrtct, storeroom and dwelling.
No. 2*02 J&.fT strett, brick, C rooms aud bull.
1 No. 2117 Main street, more rrom.
Storeroom norUiwcktcoroo' Zanoand Eron '?/;
dtoie room ou Twenty first street, near Alula ??
POSSESION APRIL 1.
No. 7 North Pe n street, C rooms, frame.
1 No. &2 South Huron atroet, 0 room? un<l kath?
No. 1841 McColloch street frame storeroom and
dwclilLc. Corner Fourteenth aud Mcculloch
No 74 New Jersey street, frame. C rooms
No.>5ub!o street, frame. 6 roomn.
No 91 vhio atreet, 3 rooms 'id floor.
No hi Ohio atreet, a rooms, i?t floor.
No. 2400 Msin street, brick, large y?rd.
No.2208 Knit street, brick. l*r*e yam.
No. KU9 KofT strroi, framo. G rwom*.
No. 21?* Msin street, 4 rooms, 3d floor.
No. 2163 Main street, storeroom and dwelllPX.
No. 1161hirty*thlrd street brink, five rooms.
Six room framo dwulitu, Uvthcrwood.
No. i814 Markot atreet, lino office rooms.
btabie lu rear of No. 4S fifteenth strret.
41 aore farm on Glenn's Bun, 4 miles from city.
Vino Manufacturing Site on Jacob street. belojr
forty eighth street, Jusuouthof tae Marshall
No. 77 Main street, 5 rooms, br ck, 11/00.
The entire 1 quaro bou-ded by Main, Twcnlp
fourth and Twenty-fifth streets and Alley a.
_1?21 131d Market street .
THE HOTEL WINDSOR
IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
The Windsor will bo hereafter conduced on
the American mid Kuropean plan*. l-or ?> ? >
con ood?tlon of l*dlea aud private parti" ' nc
KK>mton tboseoond floor havo been ?pcc4*illy
fitted op with all irodern conveniences.
Game. Prult* and ail eatables In ?C4*ou ifrved
In flr?icU?? Myfo d><__
BOOKS. 8TATIOXKIIY, ETC. _
FINE AND C(?MIC AT WHOLEJM K
AM K TAIL.
Mall order* promptlv filled. Netwpar? r?,
Book* and Mttlonery The flttabnrxh nbpatd}
l'cp^wick.'Ac including Banda*. iMtvml
any where. (;. H. QOIMHY.
Jal7 1414 Market mail.