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?*Und ailht PcttaSkx at IPfating, It*, fa., f m
?nJ tlaumaU maltn. ;
Offieei mm, 29 and 87 3'ourntenth nimm.
- ....
miDAT mmxiito, oitouer a<.
Till Bishop of Winchester, England,
Bays: "Non-conformity Is of remoto oriKin.
In tho beginning of Christianity
men speculated for themselves."
Tub Gretinbaclc ticket la Maryland la
falling to pieces, aa a result of Ewlng's defeat
In Oliio. Seven of tho principal candidates
of that parly have withdrawn in
ono county within a few days, Including
the candidato for State Attorney.
M n. Mooor remarked In Cleveland, 0.,
lout Sunday evening: "If the (lucen of
England, orex-President Grant, or President
Hayes ihould die, I suppose It would
make qulto a commotion In the nation. I
don't know that it would bo noticed in
heaven."
Pmvatb Dauku, In a letter to the Boston
TrauUer, says ho knows personally
noarly every Republican Senator and Rop
rewiiiativo oiocum 10 we uuiu legislature,
and that nearly overy ono ol tliom
wu chosen exprossly to vote lor Garfield
lor United States Senator.
At tlio recent primary elections ol Uie
Republicans at Now Orleans the tlckota
l>ore at the head the picture ot Grant,
with the Iscrlptlon, "Hero comes the man
on horseback." The plcturo took with
the colored poople, und they deposited
their ballots with great enthusiasm.
Tns Kichinoud (Va.) "Slalt" asserts that
many ol theHiigllsli farmers who have come
to this country with predilections In favor
ol settling la Virginia have been turned
toward the West by reports of the bad
condition ol society in the Old Dominion,
Buch reports having been started by the
elforts of tho "roadjusters" there to repudiate
the Stato debl.
Frou the llerlin correspondonce ol the
London Timet: "Prince BtlfEarck's countrymen
have just given aBlgual proof that,
though the way they aro asked to tread is
dark,"and tlioreloro dangerous, their faith
ill their great political loader is boundless,
and it must sweeten tho rural holiday
which his Highness has lelt Berlin for
> nrziu iu uujuy iu ruuuui iuui> itia ^u^iularity
is still increasing and that his futuro
path is now clear."
Tub "malicious report" that Prince Napoloon's
late visit to Italy had reference to
a divorce sought by his wife, tho Princess
Clotilde, is formally contradicted by the
Rome Sulla Italia. "Duty and tho virtuo
of sacriQco," says this journal, significantly,
"are aucient traditions with tho
princesses of tho House of Savoy. Never
has the pious daughter of Victor Emmanuel
thought of breaking the alliance which
rendered her n mother, and it is not now,
when tho hopes of a party ol a great country
are turned toward her husband and
her children, that Princess Clotilde would
think of deserting her post."
Louisiana's finances are in a shocking
condition. Many of the Stato officers and
employes have not beon paid for six
months, and all tho cash tho State Treasurer
had to divido the other day among
$120,000 of genoral fund warrants for the
current year was $5,000. Only about $000
has been collected in tho last four months,
also, to sasisfy $235,000 of last year's warrants
outstanding. Tho treasury seems to
be in a fair way to be in no better condition
for sooio time to come, for tho agreement
arrived at in tho Constitutional Convention
in regard to the State debt is unpopular,
and in groat likelihood of being
defeated at tho polls. Until tho debt is
settled nothing will bo sure, and, oven if
the debt were arranged, tho Stato needs
an equalization of assessment between
New Orleans and the country parishes,
and amoro efficient style of collecting
taxes. ______________
The Jtlvcr Improvement Convention at
Uuluey, III.
The River Improvement Convention,
which met at Quincy, 111., last week, was
largely attended by representative men
from thirteen Statos bordering upon the
"Western rivers. It was presided over by
Governor 15.0. Stannard, of St. Louis,and
uuiuiig iuu uuiuguiuM wure several ftenniors
and llepresentativos of tbo present Congress
of the United States and several ex*
Congressmen, who took an active part in
the proceedings. The resolutions adopted
declare the usefulness of the navigable
rivers of 'the West to the industrial, agricultural
and commercial interests oftho
country; that their improvement is paramount
to all queatipns of public policy
now under consideration, by the people of
the United States; that it is the duty of
the National Government to make appro*
priations adequate to the needs and com*
monaurato with tbo just rights of thepeo*
pie of the Mississippi Valley; that every
avenue for the rapid transit of our broad*
8tuUs, for which there is such an extraordinary
demand, should be opened from
the place of production.
The Convention approved of the set
creating the Mississippi Kiver Commission,
and disclaimed, while asking for ap*
prouriations, having any prescribed plan
lor improvement, but favored leaving that
matter entirely to the judgment and ex*
porience of tho able corps of engineers of
the United States Army, who nave tho
work of improvement in charge.. It also
favored tho establishment of a reservoir
system, such as has boon suggested by
General Warren, on the waters of the
"Upper Mississippi.* Congress was called
upon to pass an act forbidding the con*
8tructlon of privato wharves, or the de*
positing in any navigable streams anything
that would aid in the formation of <
sand bars or any obstruction to the negation
of tho rivers, or the use by private
t corporations of any public improvements
constructed at great cost by the Governments,
or allowing cities {o use water
powors created by improvements of rivers.
It also favored the appointment of
a permanent commission, to lie composed
of throe members from each State bordering
upon those rivora, to be appointed by
the Governor of the respective States, to
promote tho improvement of the rivors.
Tho President of tho Convention was
instructed to Belect an executive committee
of nirio?himself to bo ono of tho members?whoso
duty it shall be to prepare a
memorial to Congress, sotting forth more
in dotall the views of tho Convention upon
the subject of improving thn Mississippi
and its tributaries; to call future con*
ventions if deemod expediont; to collect
and publish statistics, and to uso such
means as may be likely to procure early
and favorable action by Congress upon
tills subject. The foregoing is the substance
of the resolutions oresentod by tho
majority of the committee through its
Chairman, Mr. S. E. Covington.. Judgo
Murphy, of Iowa.prosoutod a minority report,
confining the application for appro*
priation to the Mississippi, the Missouri
and the Ohio rivers, leaving out all tributaries,
which bo warmly supported, assisted
by General Dodge, of Iowa, but it was
voted down?Iowa alone voting in its faTor.
A Committee on Statistics was appoint?>-j*
^ *
ed. which la couipoeed ol 0.0. Stnrtevant
of Minnesota: 8. F. Covington, of Ohio; 11
E. B. Kennedy, ol Nebraska, und Geo. L
Wlight, of Missouri. This committee li
to Import to the-FrMtdent ol theconven
tlon within sixty days. It will probabl]
convene In 8L Louis early In Decembe
for that burposo.
A resolution waa ailopted asking Con
gren to rescind wholly the license duel
now exacted from mantere, pilots, inatei
and engineers of ateam vessels. the oul;
claaa ol. our cltiiena now taxed lor thi
privilege of punning their vocation!. Thi
convention was quite harmonious, and It
action will, no doubt, be productive c
good. Many of the ipcochee were ver;
able and full of valuable Information
Judge Underwood, of Louisville, am
Judge Johnson, of Ualena, an ox-membe
of Congress from that placo, particular!
laid much valuable information before th
convention, as also did Golonel John Ho
Kan, of tit. Louis, formerly a member c
Congres* from the Vlckaburg, (illsa.) dli
trict, and Key. Dr. Marshall, of the aam
city, took au active part In the proceet
logs. The convention aa a whole was
grand success.
PIUlDIITIIAItilM WIFE
Called Oat orxhrlr Cur at BarnMVllle
Fopillai-liy or an. IIivm
BamafiUa Ent<r|irt?.
The announcement was made laat Moi
clay thai President Hayes anil wife, an
their ion Webb, would pass throng
Barnosville on the live o'clock train, e
route to Washington. The nowa drow
large crowd of men and women to tho di
pot and along tho path which leads u
town, all anxious to get a glimpse of th
President and' the first lady of theRi
public. The train came in on time, an
the crowd seeing a special car attached t
the rear of the train, mado a rush in thi
direction. Tho President at once apnoa:
ed on the platlorm, bare-headed, with hi
faco more ruddy with health than evoi
aud looking much yonngor and bottf
than when he passed through here a yea
ago. The caroa of the Slate seem to a
lightly upon him, but we must remembf
that he la just returning from a long an
pleaaaut vacation; from an enjoyable tri
through the West, and a pleasant reunlo
with old friends in Ohio. A crowd quick
ly gathered around him, end the nam
snaking and greetings woro decidedl
more cordial than on the other occasior
The main portion of tho crowd remaine
on the bank, and called for a speech, wi
briefly addressed by President. What I
said was entirely lost; for two locomoilvi
In the yard kopt tip a constant noise <
escaping stoam, and the people themselvi
were not very attentive.
He allnded, however, to the nleasar
greetings ho had received In hla natb
Ohio, and waa happy in tho thought tin
business all over the Slate and throug!
out the country was reviving. While tt
profits were not lane, there was still ma
Sin enough for Judicious investments, an
e was satisfied that tho business prospe
ity now beginning would continue fi
many years to come. The Fresldont he
concluded, when he was addressed t
some one in the crowd, and indulged I
somo pleasant off-band remarks. I
seemed to be in the best spirits, and b
side him stood that pleasant faced womf
who is known all over the country aa tl
better half of tlio administration. SI
was dressed in black, with gloves and bo:
.net to match, and iooked the picture
amiability itself, smiling at the Presidonl
sallies and apparently enjoying the sho
aa much as anybody in thecrowd. As tl
train moved away, the President saluti
the people, who cheered him on his wa
Tho incident was quiet a pleasant on
While the people generally approved
the President's administration of publ
affairs, they have a warm feeling for tl
man and woman who are not too mui
exalted by the good fortune which h
come to tnetn. We nover had a Prei
dent who had a warmer place in the heai
of the people?and never before was
President's wifo so much respected ai
beloved. Long live the President at
"that girl" whom he mot for the first tin
at Delaware Sulphur Springs.
Frcnch Iron and Steel NtntlMtlc*.
The latest official returns of the produ
tion of coal, iron and steel in France di
ing the first Biz months of the curre
year do not in any caso show a serio
decrease. In 1872 the output of coal
Franco for the wholo year was 15,800,0
tons; in 1804 it reached 10,000,000 tor
and in 1875 17,400,000 tons. The outp
during the first six months of the currei
yoar has beon 8,331,138 tons. The quan
ty of pig iron poduced during the fir
six months of this year is stated at 701
052 tons, showinga decrease of 05,000 toi
against the corresponding period of la
year. In the two years, 1873 and 18?
the production was from 1,300,000 tons
1,400,000 tons per annum, so that the fl
ures for the first half of 1879 are abo
equal to the average of the period of infl
tion. Tho production of manufactun
iron, including rails, etc., attained i
maximum in France in 1374, when tl
total for the year was 768.000 tons. Mo
than half of this quantity has been produ
ed during the first six months of the cu
rent year, the figures for which, howevc
-/ IT AAA '
Duunauobiiuo ui il,UVU WUB UgaiUBt II
corresponding period of last year. Tt
E reduction ol steel, on the other han
as continued to increase. In 1873 the t
tal steel production in Franco for the yei
was 154,000 tons, a quantity which h:
been almost equaled during the first hs
only of the current year, the figures f<
which aro 154,1)02 tons. This quantity alt
shows an Increase of upwards of 15,(X
tons against the first halt of last year.
NOBLE, HARRISON AND GUERN8E
How They Voted at the Lnte Election,
Noble county cast 2,204 votes for Fo
ter and 1,824 for Ewing?a Republicu
majority of 380, and a gain of 201 aim
last year. Smith for Representative, hi
400 majority; McYay, for Treasurer, 35
Miller, for Sheriff, 338; McGinnis, f<
Prosecutor, 505; Newton, for Infirmai
Director, 434, and Hilton, for Coroner 30
Harrison county gave Foster 529 m
iority. The vote for tho county is II
larger than in 1876. The Republican coui
ty ticket is elected. Carver, for Sheril
has only 76 majority over Howard. He
lingaworth- beat Conwell 619 votes fc
State Senator. Cope, for Itepresentativ
had 477 majority.
Guernsey county gave Foster 055 m
jority, a gain of 300 from laat year. Tt
other majorities are: State Senator, D
herty, 778 j* Representative, Frame, 65t
rrosecutor, unmes, 220; Recorde
Thomas, 610; Commissioner, Reed, 201
Infirmary Director, Kester, 5SS. Tt
Prohibitionists cut 80 rotes.
ToorbnaM BellMrc.
Kltcbla County (W. Wa.) Usietlo.
Dan Voorheos is a United Senator, hi
he 1b a conceited puppy (or all that. It 1
were not this, he would never have sail
as he he did daring hla speech, lately, i
Bollaire, Ohio, that he had whipped tl:
Republican party ol Indiana, until it d!
not dare to look up. The Republican pai
ty ot Indiana has been in the minorlt
slightly lately, and has been outvoted, bt
It is not such a spaniel to acknowlods
such a master as Dan Voorbees. That I
a nice way In a country like this, with Ri
Eublican institutions, lor a person wh
as but one vote, to tallc about a great m:
norlty, that is likely at any eleotlon to cai
ry the State, and reverse the political sltt
atlon. No really intelligent man woul
speak as Voorhees spoke at Bellalro, uc
less In a moment of weakness, or while h
was drunk. Dan was not intoxicated, an
he has no attacks ot weakness?he is thi
way all the time. ' "
Helmont Conili.
D?mccrtU< majority, 1B77? ? ? Si
" ? im "* IZ"'T' It
<> " j?io , Do
you tee how it la?
T RUBDKS COSVKMIOH.
Wa ura Ulml, Uowaivr, lo (?l Tlirui.
I BlUintrlbaw. t . >
' On entirely reliable informstlon we are
> able to anuouuce tlimt Dan Theobold and
' George Math hare ao tar abandoned the
. Democratic party aa to nnlte with the ReI
publlcana in their jollification on Saturday
evening. It la not only true that they
f took part In that Jubilee, but being of the
b class that never do thlnga in a Imll-wtiy
9 manner?as wltneaa their luugnlflcent
a (our white bone demonstration with
if Thurraan?they were not content to Join
y the procealcn u ordinary Republicans
i. did, uutdresQed from heedjo fogfln calico
i dresses, and mounted on prancing chargr
era, they became at once the moat con)
solutions objects In the whole deuionatrae
tion. This sadden tranaltlon from rodi
hot Domocrala to jollifying Republicans la
il somewhat remarkable, and'had taken
i- some ui their former partisans by sup
e prise. We are now pomewbat alarmed
I- lor fear tho whole Democratic party;wlll
a want to join the Republican party before
the next campaign, and we snail then be
without any opposition.
. '*? t *' ?7-?:,'."
Ballnlre Boomlug.
- Tribnnt of YaterJi/.
liellaire is on the mako. She ia enter
In'g upon another era of prosperity equa
"j to anything she haa ever passed through
j, Every industry within her llmita la in i
n prosperous condition; her laboring popu
? latlon u tuny ompioyea at renluneratlvi
wagea, and her mercantile Intereata art
rapidly developing by increasing and ex
p tending patronage. Many larmera from
8 distant eectlona of the county bave die
! covered the advantages o( her market!
d over any other polut in Eastern Ohio, anil
a each week we see new facea and new
it teama loaded with produce upon our
r. street*. These farmers bave alao dlicov
|8 eced that lleiliire merchants, In theli
r methods ol doing business are fully U|
lr with the times, and In tho aizo nnd varletj
lr of thoiratocka and the low prices at whicf
It thoy sell their goods, they rival the larges
lr citlea of the country.
U .
p UIKD.
u McCANN?On Wtdnoaday altermxm, October 23
IS7V, nl 3 o'clock. Hon* May, Uiiislilur ol WilliII.
-* II. and tbo Ulo Mattle A. AtcCano, m^txl groat*.
I' The futiciil will take plac* (rota tboruldaocaof he
y irindhlbti Will lutn Collin., In Bcllalre, 0., Ibl
' mornlolal aloe o'clock. Frlimli ol tbo family *r
d Inrlttd to attend. Inlermmt at ML Wood Came
18 terj.
ie
[ JJKDKKTAKING.
" COFFINS AND CASKETS
'? ALL JUMDB AND SIZES.
it
i>- Shrouds, Crane, Gloves. &c.
10 ... '
r- aarVo Charge (or Hearu. Hacks, Ac., at Lowm
id Urery Price*.
,r; Z1NE & MOREHEAD,
'8 FURNITURE AND CARPET R00M8,
)?M 1117 MAIN STREET.
0?. SPECIAL N0TICE8.
lu STOP THE BOBBEB !
16 Do you uk what robbet? Why, Father Time, <
10 course, who la stealing the color from millions <
Qj heads of hair. Alu!
1IE CA1TT BE 8TOPPED.
'6 What then? Ills ravage* can be repaired
W IX l.BW THAN TEST HIXUTE9.
,l? ItUsoon done. No trouble; no danger of Injuria
tho fibres. Notaataln.
0. CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE
of confera a auperb black or any shade of brown with a
ic but tnlraculoui rapidity. ilanuIactured.bT J. CBIi
>,? TADOBO, No. 93 William ?treet.New York. Sol
, by all druggist*. Applied by all Ilalr Drawers.
C" OcaOMWKAW
I TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
a PBPAKTPMt or TOCT.
id A. M. A. M. P. M. r. 1
J(1 B. A 0. B. R...?.......... 8:iS 10:86 6:06 ...w
p; K,
10 Cent. 0. 8:06 fcOBf 11:15
W. P. A E. 5:50 1:50 0:40* 8:0(
JhK. P.M.
aer. A Pitta. ?:10 11:09 8:53 6:0
' P. C. A BL 1^ 7:02 U7 6:02
akrival or'TEAma.
111 A. X. P. U. A. U. P. J
US B. A 0. R. R......... *06 8:00 Ifcl
in Cent. 0. 11:10 6:26 7i
nn A.M.
W W. P.AB,D1T^ 10:28 6:09 7:80* 6:tt
IS. . ? * M. 1
> rn._ J. Dlu. io.>w ?-? a.? ?-?
t ? ?? Ju?. I JuU. "*OW W
at P.&ASUL....^ 8:22 111:83 7J7
XrlatlelphlaAccotutnotlaUon.?Thia train only nu
tl- between wkioling and Trladelphla,
at tDaUr except buiiday?Nowark Accommodation.
tSteubonvUle Accommodation.?Thla train durii
> the dar pnaea backward and forward between .Ma
IB tin'a Ferry and Bellalr?, stopping when required i
,8t Sherman House, AStnarlllo, West Wheeling ar
4 QraTel Hill.
TIME TABLE.
$ ELM GROVERAILROAD.
a: f\K AND AFTEtt TUESDAY, April lit, UJ?, U
ill V/ Cara on the Wheeling and Elm Urove R. B. wi
ta run aa follown; Cara will leave the city (corner Mm
ie ket and Klereuth atreeta,) and SUmm'e at
ro *6:15 A. X. 1U:1S A. M. 2:15 P.M. 6:15 i*. M
lZ 8:55 " 10:55 " 2:55 ? 6:55 "
C- 7:85 " 11:85 M M5 7*5 ?
r- 8:15 " 12:151. If. 4:15 ? 8:15 ?
ir 8:55 " 12:55 ? 4:55 M 8:55 "
ie 9M " l:M " 5:M " ^ "
in Buu?Uya MceptaU. " ' j
j :
0. EDUCATIONAL.
? jy^RS. SYLVANU8 HEED'S
ill BOARD ISO i DA TSOBOOIM TO UXO I, A DIE
[>r No*. 6 and 8 Ea?t Plitjr-thlrd ilreet, N. Y.,
50 Kwpenii October I. jfrench and German laugua?
in pracucnuy uiugiit. moruugn training in prtmarj
^ secondary and collegiate department*. Singing. (?o
feg?\, drawing, painting aud needlework include*
Each pupil rewire* the personal care and aupcrvlsk
ofMra. Heed. aufr-Tuir
F.xclu.lvely devoted to the practical education <
18 jroung and middled a?ed men, for active builne > lift
3. School alwaya In tmion. titudent* can enter at an
' time. Bend for clrrnhr.
3r J. C. M3IITH, A. Principal.
i west inn nnsm.
J5 Nine department* of itudy: text-books furnlahe
wt cowtj calendar arranged to suit teachers; tx
i pontes for one year from 1175 to $200t non-?e<
it tarian, liberal, thorough. Fall term begins Neii
ll- t?mber 3d, 1879.
tr VFor ?t*logu? w?d other Information appl
n to the President, J. 11. Thompson, Moirgantoirt
0, WestVa. aal
iwimoai
f! THB KENiniiKT LITEBAHY JOBKMAL
'? for the purpow* of loemaln*th? circulation of thalr
10 paw?r, will dlUriboU Oaih pjunmmi amountmg
to (100#0, nnfflnic from $lu to WU.0U),
to (ttDMtitMra.
cahik PKEuivxa.
1 Cash Premium of. ...S'iO,(MM)
Jj Ouh Prtnilttau
i IN ml
16 ift'S fSSSffiE&ft ^bH ...8100,WW
d of nan of hl?b character' iS]^dmrt5?lf?UadInf, at
p- Covington. Kentucky, Nov. in, 1870.
V anthorised to dhtrtboU aboro Prwnhjmi to
V which ?1U entitla tbo porohaaerjo> ehanoa whkh
\S may?*c???anjooaof fh?abot?Oa?hPrtmlonu,*ni
v .
if
oclB U . * . ?
5 J?EY CITY
| CARRIAGE AND BUGGY TOPS
it An cully applied to Wagoni or Bnggtea
ml are a good protection against ran or nln.
7 They can be bought atTerylowprloeaat
>8 * J* .
! Jacob Snyder's,
IjU NO. 1405 mam STREET.
I i I
l(?W Al>V?BTI8?Mt*Ta. ' ' I'1
poll SALE?SORREL HOBSE, SIX >
&bxi aswsi Xg >
ftEBttJATION-THfe AFRICAN <W.
JL/ K. Church, on Market atrtet, t*tw(?n Nlmta .
Kub the dedication serinec at 2 BO p. w., Iter. 0. H.
Ith will preach at 7:10 r. M.. and on Monday evenlog,
the 27th, the BUbop will dellrer bli (atuoui Ire*
lure, lo Waahlogton Uail, in nnawer to Mr. Robert
IoKeraoll In hla attack on the Bible. Admlaalon to the
; f
In'our avruftla. Doom open It 7; lecture Lcglua at i
JtUo'dMiV . .? ? . - -. ? I
OC24 a BO. T. P BOSSES, Paitor. |
1 WANTED!
A Manufacturing Concern wantaa UtiHeWi nun' In '
, Wbe llngand Inefery euy (not already taken), to <>
reprteent thein, a few hundred dollan qepeaeary to
peylor|u?>da on delivery, af??r he baa obtained E
oiaera for the eame. 91(10 to *900* Month nuaran* u
teed In aIcRtllamapemianant builnrae. .Money ab*
Mlulair acoured. The uoat nearthlng Inveetigatlon _
tlld'od. f, K. VAIL A CO, c?r. TlaeuiM f
. MU, 4k Broadway, N. V, V
1 pARLOB COAL VASES1
RRifie Ailn oTcei tmr erro
I 'Iinww nliw Ulbhh I lllh Ob I Of
AT
NESBITT & BRO S, .
ottl mi MARKET 8TBKCT. I
. pRANG'8 CHROMOS,
' Faoilmllei of Palntlngi ly the beat ArtUla, and la
most cflMt equal to lh? original*.
I Fora&lett ' 1
W. S. HUTCH1NS' '
I oc2t Artand Mutlo 8 tore.
) "VTEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
i.1 Joitiocelred 2,000 pounOa Choice II ulted I
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
From Htmpehlre County. It la good.
I J". SM"YTH,
Market and Fourteenth MtrttU. ,
MAPLE syrup,
. iu In quirt, half-gtllon and gallon cana. "War*
ranted pun. ' B. J. BMYTH.
J J^OGAN, LIST <k CO.'S
J BAKING POWDER.
{ For sale by
t ocsH B. J. BttYTlI. |
HATS AND CAPS, |
? NEW.8TVLE8, CHEAP, AT
; DINNER'S,
.. 38 Twelfth and 1047 Main Sts.
r obi
"opera HOUSE. (
Monday and Tuiidiy, October 27 and 28.
First appearance In thli city ot
, CHARLES L. DAVIS,
The greatest old man character actor living, and only
true repraaentuthre of the i
NEW EMI LAND PARMER,
Supported by tho talented emotional actreaa,
EMMA VEENE,
And hla own Comedy Company of
18 Dramatic Celebrities 18
In hla great character creation of <
ALVIN JOSLIN.
s The Great Succeaa. The People'a PJay.
_ FUMNIE8T COMEDY EVER WRITTEN.
Admtaaion 80 and 75 centa. Secure referred aeata
without extra chargo at a Y. Lucua* iuu?lc storp.
>t 11ARRY D. ORAIIAME,
J oc24 llualncss Manager.
jQISSOLUTION.
The firm heretofore eititlng between Colrln & ,
Wllaon at No. IBM Main meet, Wheeling. W. Va.. I
waaonthelat day of October, 187I?, diaaolrcd. All
g ludcbtodneuagalnit said firm must be presented to
Thoa. Colrln, and all bills due tho Ann must be paid
to him.
oc33 THOMAS COLV1N. (
I "^7ANTED ?
500 Second Hand Carbon Oil Barrels.
~ Wo will pay Ninety Ccnta cath, for all In good
order.
0C23 I. WARREN A CO.
Z XTOW IN MARKET?
GAFF,
FLKI3CI1MANX A CO.'fl
?. COMPRESSED YEAST.
? All grocars hava and sell It __
' BEHBEN8 A CO.,
14 Are WbolaulB Agent* for It,
" ocM Ko. 1310 Market and 8001 Jacob Streets.
_ riLEAR SIDES,
_\J (
? Plain Shoulders, &e?
15 At SI0S3 BOSE POBE HOUSE. '
J oca am. h. pabkr
'' JpOUR HUNDRED BUSHELS
u WcHtom PotatouH.
81m Urge, quality gool, price low. For a tie at
ig II. F. BEIIRENS*
r- Centre Market Grocery,
it oc22 . 8217 and 2219 Market street
* JEWELRY,
WATCHES, CLOCKS,
ETC., TERY LOW, AT
* JOHN BECKER'S, 3309 Jacob Street
11
f. Engratlngand repilrlng a specialty. cc21
- gPEOIAL BARGAINS IN
FANCY GOODS,
For the next ten iliyt, to oak. room for new stock,
T " JOHN FREIDEL'S, 1130 Malo Street. I
2 QC21 ' ,
- M88-J*B* M1X?M- D,?
Will be at C8 Twelfth street, Wheeling, from Tues'3
ilay, October 21st, until Saturday, October 25th, between
thehouia of 10 a. m. and 4 r. x., for the treat*
k wont of chronic dUeaaes ot whatoror character. .
fi DUeaawof women a ipedalty. . oc2Q ,
t FURNITURE AND I
7 PARLOR FIXTURES.
Kew Styles PARLOR 80IT8 from |M 00 upwards.
Bedroom Suits lulatent stylus. New dnaloti. of i**r.
pew.
Samples of Laco Curtains and Window Blinds from
Wo upward.
All kinds of Trimmings (or Lambrequins.
u Fringes/ Gimps, Cords and Tassels, Cornices and
i. Poles tor Curtalus.
y flower bunds, all styles, from SI'00 upwards.
Curtain Loops and Uooks at all prices.
Tlie public are invited to give me a call beforo pur"
chasing else*hero, as 1 am sure to please.
C. WILHELMS,
a Ml 7 No. I? Twelfth 8tre?t.
; Q LOSING OUT SALE OF '
French Chlni, Gluiwire and Crockery.
' We offer our onUrt itock of icotla at ? luudl tdvance
above cost, In order to close It opt.
= CUMMINS & WOODS,
oclS Mo. 1H1 MAIN STREET.
QARPETS?
. A. FULL STOCK
Of all the LATE8T KALI. AND WINTER STYLES
AND 1'ATiKllSS. .
FRIEND &. SON, 1063 Main Street. ,
, ocl> .. , _J _ 1
Do Not Leave Home
WITHOUT A BOTTLE OP
REED'S
DIARRHOEA REMEDY!
The only safe and sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Flux, Cholera Morbus, tfce.
... . i
We guarantee the Komedy In every case
when used according to directions..
NO CURE! NO PAY!
?- i
I PRICK FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE, I
: U ?:>- ":?<... ! i, .
HOUSTON & BAER,.
Proprietors,
WHEELING, W. VA.
'* ' .
DRY 000P8.
Nl OPEN TO-DAY "
A HULL 8T&JK OF
LA3DIBS'
fa G00DSS!b
CONSISTING OF
HACK AND COLORED SILKS, 01
ar
lashmeres, all Colors, Gi
Cheviot Suitings, st
Momie Cloths, nc
' P?
cloaks and Dolmans,a!
' el
Of Blohnt Style*.
/elvets, to
7 Dl
Fringes and th
Trimmings, J|
A FULL LINK,
? . 0\
BLANKETS, if
ill ;
OIL CLOTHS,11
and CURTAIN GOODS. Hi
m
? &
Domestics of Every Variety. L
ai
? o1
Hereafter our 8lock will be second to no ?
>ther house in quantity, variety orpricea.
We Court Examination! [
We Mean Business 1
P. 3.-10,000 yardt MADDER PRINTS *t
FIVE CENTS PER YARD.
STONE & THOMAS.
oc20daw
STOVES AND ORATES.
J^KMOVAL. 2
GEO. W- JOHNSON =
nurmoifld bis jibcflofbuilaflM from 1317 to n
1310 Main Street,
Nearly opposite tbo old atand.
The fullest aad moat complete stock of
Tinware, Stoves, Stove Trimmings, Grates '
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS )L
be found at their new place of busineM. /?
GEO. W. JOHNSON, ?
mi No. 1310 Mala street* ft
THE FLORENCE "
HEATING STOVES! WHICH
ABX ArPBKClATXD ta
THESE COOL MORNINGS. }
Come and see and lay one. 10
THE CHEAPEST
Clothes Baskets 5
IN THE CITY. r'
LAMPS, BURNERS 2
tic
T.
AKD THE BfBT Lo
Pure Lead Glass Chimneys.
full line of Qneenswaro always on
land at
CHRIS. TOfCHER'S,
8620 901 MAIW 8TRBBT.
M&NTPI<5 8, RRATF.Q '
mi iii i mv vi> 'Miini i>vi y
(IT
in
10
C0QKING&HEATING STOVES
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVES TO a
CMATE SETTIXQ. *
B. F. CALDWELL,
?26 nor and 1800 M UN* STREET. (Jr
COOKINC,
HEATINC ,
AND
PARLOR STOVES, ?
01
R-AJKTGKES,
ARCHES AND GRATES. w
All kinds of Outings and Repairs for all Si
nakee of Stoves, Jjj
LOW FOR CASH. cd
Old Stoves exchanged (or new. Give ma
i ctlL .7.,.- ~
K. H. SWEENEY, g
' ' ' go
No. 32 ELEVENTH STREET. ?L
o m. 1 91
? , PHY OOOD8. jFj
A ~
% >. Jfi? *V y . j
r 't '& '< '% b
v - :
RUES & COFFCf
[fer Ihis morning the larges
id finest assortment of Dr
)ods in the State. Ou
ock for the Fall trade i
iw complete in every de
irtment and comprises a
isortment not to be foun
sewhere in the city.
We desire to call attentio
our unsurpassed stock t
lack Silks. Our prices o
lese goods are so low ttia
impetition is out of th
lestion.
The ladies cannot afford 1
rerlook our Black Cashmere
thay want the best value evi
fered. We have the best fl
ng and finest quality of Ses
kin Cloaks ever brought 1
lis market, at orices lowi
lan ever before known for tl
ime quality.
Fur-lined Silk Circulars, Fu
lied Silk Dolmans, Cloth Do
lans, Cloaks, Walking Jacket
,c? in immense variety. Wiarge
Stock, Lowest Price
nd exceptional quality, w
(fer advantages unequaled
te city.
Irues & Coffer
oc2Q
LOTTERIES.
utiiorited by the Commontceallh of }
==: latu "ni" "
POPBLAB MONTHLY DRAW1NO OF THE
ommonwealth Distribution C
AX" MACAU LEY'S THEATRE,
In the CI If of1 Loaiirille, on
OCTOBER 31, 1870.
rHESE DRAWINGS, AUTUOBIZED DV A
* THE LEGISLATURE OF 1869, AND PUSTAl
0 BY ALL THE COURTS Or KENTUCKY
iu<tu{ml adrtriUementt ofothet lottery tompanta i
i'm ihttolt ettmerihip tf*'aU Ike gnt*U in Kenluct
tht contrary, notwWutanding), OCCUR KEGU L/
( ON THE LAST DAY of EVERY MONTH (si
fcYd EXCEPTED), ANDAHE SUPERVISED
'COMINENT CITIZENS OF THE STATE.
Qnuid toil unprecedented lucceu of the new J
re*.
Ewr tlckct-liolder can bo hta own Rnnnrrti
11 our hi* number and aee it placed in the whe?,
Fhe Management rail attention to the grind opj
nltjr preaeuled ol obtaining for only 12 any ol
TILE FOLLOWING. PRIZES:
Prix*.. S 80,0001100 PrlaoeSlOOeach 110
Pri?o.? 10,000 200 Prlxc* SO each JO,
Prlaa. 6,000 600 Prixe* 20 each 12,
Priaee 1,000 each 10,000 1000 Prixea 10 each 10.
Prixea 800 each 10,000
N*ee|W)?ach^spproxlmaU?n prixoa......^, 2,
PriaS 100 each', ? "
?0 Prim. (112,
Whole Ticket*, fa.' HnlrTlekefn,Si
rTtefcela,9SO. 05 Tic ke 111,911
ill application* for club rate* ihould be made to
miofflee.
Pull llit of drawing pabliihed In Lou1?tUIo Oourl
urnal tod New York Herald, and mailed to
let bolder*. For tieheta and information iddi
J. COMMERFURD, Courier-Journal Build
uliTtlU, Ky. m3
B15.000 for $
TWO INVESTMENTS
which paid well.
NUMBER
30,530.
yew lVfc, Feptember 19, 187D
Rtccictd from Messrs. Simmons & Dickin*
aiiagen of the Kentucky SUt'e, the turn
if teen Thousand Dollars ($15,000), being
ntnuU drawn by Ticket No. 30,630 in the dn
g of the Kentucky State Lottery, CUus J\ Si
' Said Ticket was held by me and cashed
U on pracntation.
J. J. 11 ESS,
Rcridenca, OS FiUrnoant Are., Baltimore,!
NUMBER
46,814.
New York, October 4, 1879
retired from Messrs. Simmons ?? Dickin
fteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000), in full p
ent of Capital rrise in Kentucky State LoUi
'au Q, drawn September 30,1879. The Tic
awing said Prise was number 48,814.
(Signed) J. McOOIRE,
wcnmona, ouiea UUnd, ?,
it nut:
JAilJKB. IRVING.
THE NEXT DRA.WIXG
ol
DHE KENTUCKY STATE LOWER'
TAKES PLACE OJf THUBSDAY,
OCT. 30.
MT CAPITALS, 11,000, M.9M, |i,tOO, AND J,
CHEBPBIZES, AMOUKTINCi TO W,KS.
TICKETS, 81.
For full particulars ultima
1LII AM SON &, CO., 599 Broadway, N.1
Or
MORRIS RICHMOND, Covington, Ky.
Iphla, 8oadiy DIj patch. Pltuburgh Dispatch
uUrtlle Ujmm?rcUL AU out-of-town ticket ha
i ?rt mail id a copy of the official lilt u tooa u
Jr
The next following dr*wlnjNOVEMBEB]5, XJ
Avec
*fs5SXi?
ib^mrrnni SuKSwSH&i
f.VA1,D'w",aoo-8iI
> DRY 00008. fj
:rl ** ff.'l
? " *- a if \;
; vtf v v' ,
? ^jV \ * +< !* ".
Cloth Dolmans. I
I iiii'lYfiA'flHMtv!
Haying added to our Cloak
4 'L T!?IWI ? ? d5 <1
Stock a number of. New Style i
I Dolmans in Plain and Ribbed !
f ' ??*v r i >j
s Cloth, we are prepared to suit <
i- all ages and sizes in these i
n EToohlnnoHIa U/intuM U/muha *i .
II I c&giiiuimMlu ^IIIIIW nmpQ HI |
d the lowest prices. I
>f Geo. R. Taylor.
n
It
10
to
IS
ir
t11
:o
sr
" Foreign Dress
I Fabrics, &c.
8,
til Dao&lutnn nnunUfnb Im
uvuiiiiiy uuiiji IIVIOI1IOO III HI WO
s> Goods, Silk Brocades, Brocade VelJ?
vets, Satins and Neck Wear. Also,
have just opened a full stock of Real
Kid Seamless Gloves, of our own
importation, at less prices than If
. bought in this country.
: S ..
Geo. R. Tayjor.
"NOW FOR IT I
L2A We offer tho largest line of
= BLACK CASHMERES
In the city, ranging from 60 ets upward. Wo would
{n ??k the lwlios to oil sad examine thou goad* before
purchasing. A large line of handsome
Fall Dress Goods
Comprising all theLatcst Novelties, and at extremely
low prices. The greatest oiler In tho dtr In a large
CT Uu?uiIIoiiiBil.JeBLANitEra*tid FLANNELS.
i*? -A. BARO-AIK.
y," ^ el regards splendid heaty Sheeting Muslinfor
1&. c. W. rite uunuiwu two* nea?y uray TwiHM
IN. Flannel ?t l'2Kc, worth fully 18c. The best value In
Bi the city la I'taun and Twilled Bed Fannel. .
Couie nud ee our offerings and we will prote to you
that the place to bay DRY GOODS li at
HENRY ltOEMER'8,
fr' No. 200$ MAIN BT&EET.
K. B.?600 poundaof Woolen Yarn, all colon,althe,
or- lowest prices. se30
JEWELRY AND WATCHES.
ooo ??~? ? ???r"~*"
z Wedding Presents!
TOO
800
0,0 Will open'to-day a beautiful llae of new designs In
400 fl" '
*>, ELECTRO-PLATED WARE,
the Consisting of
3; VASES, CARD-STANDS, TOILET SETS
en and other articles suitable lor presents, Call and ex?!
TUBNEB &, DILLON.
wio 1?
QLOS12JG OUT SALE AT
C. 3?. BROWN'S
U llEAT BARGAINS IK
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
1 Solid Sliver and Plated Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Guns, Pistols, Spectacle*, Opera Glanea, etc., etc.
Intending to chnogo my business, I shall from thia
date force the ails uf my entire stock at such price*
aa Jtmay bring, ngsglless of its cost. I'lio stock comprises
a large and well selected assortment of such
wl? as are kept in first-class Jewelry stores. Those
n want of suoh goods are promised raze bargains.
C.P. BRQtfN,
autt , 81 .Twelfth alreet, Wheeling, W. Ya.
REMOVAL.
Having removed to No, 1000 Market street, opposite
the lower end. ol Market House, I will be pleased to
""> hare my old patrons, as well u the publlo In general,
of to call aod examine my new stock of Watches, Uockf
./ and Jswclry, of which I keep a lull 11ns., Repairing*
specialty. (? C. WINZEilRElDt
lie. mtttl Mo. 1Q6Q Market Bi.
MACHINERY AND BOILERS'..
THE CENTRE FOUNDRY'CO.
MANUFACTURERS OP
NIIRIHE & STITIDNtRT BD1LERS.
TANKS, SHEET IRON WORK, FIRE FRONT8,
Km ORATE BARS, COAL CAR WHEELS, STEAM
ay- ENGINES, MILL AND MACHINERY CA8Try
INGB, HOUSE FRONTS AND ORNAMENTAL
CASTINGS, Ac., Ac.
BOILER AND MACHINERY REPAIR WORK
*y WILI. BECETVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
I ?****
WV?U>? viMtfgoa- u DaqiUUlM laCMUea.
ear For 8alk Cbkap.?Onu aeconi-hand Boiler 11
feet long. M ineha dliun., S-1S fluac one Portable
Boiler an Inchee dim., 24 tubes 4% leot long, 2% <U* ?
(Nt fir? bo*.
r 2011 MAIN ST, .WHEELING, W- VA.
"" ...
JOSEPH SCHMATZINETZ,
m Fanoy Steam Dyer, Scourer & Repairer,
No. J7M Market atreet, Wheeling, W. Va., near
Creekfcrjdgeu All MndaofBhawla, Drawee, and erery
deac ronton of Silk and Woolen Oooda executed at
' ehort notice and on reaionablo tarma. QJovea and
I., FWthera cleaned and dyed. AU Wort WamtUtd ,
Faxt. All feraoni living at a dlatancn Iron my .place
cad Inform ma by poaUI'lard that they -hate eometblnglo
my*Hoe. and! will call, tor go&la and deliter
them when flnlabed. Pjcbro call and examine my
fl: Show Windows/ and you will a -o the dlBerence b*
?ZA twecn my work and that of otbara. You will find
'id. my ratea Itfrfer than at any other Scourer In tha State.
?. _Hfi ??: 1 - - E
^5 and |0c Counters!
,u TO TUB TRADE I Th. lit. biuiM. mm el U?
day U9 atartlng theaecounter*. W? are the OrlglnaWra
and Headquuteial' Wl bare the only two Ex32
duilm 6 and 10s Jobbing flontoa In the V.& - "
OF ?P8end fnr catalogue Ned pArtlculara.1* :
g BUTIiER BROS.,
K 300 and '2(12 Uniulnlpb Ntr*et. Chieaga. 1
IS !M and US i Uauury Mlrtel, Botlan.
1 MtO-UW*
PHY OOOD8. ~
|
HPt '*,
Fur Lined
Circulars.
"It* 4 ft a. I i^v,-Br' .?..?
We have just opened a fun
issortment of Fur Lined Silk
Satin de Leon and Ceclllan Cirrnlars,
to which we call the
ittention of Ladies wishing to
tea an elegant and fashionable
larment Prices from $60 up.
Geo. R. Taylor.
I '
il
. ....
seal Skin
Sacques.
We will open this week our third
invoice of elegant Seal Sacques,
which we will continue to offer at
the low prices established at the
beginning of the season, notwithstanding
the advance. Will guarantee
quality and lit.
Geo. R. Taylor.
.J A
BlackSilks
$10,000WORTH
OF
GINNETT,
BONNETT and
PONSON'S
Best Black Silks!
.At less prices than any bouse Id UiU HUto.
Look at our prices sod compare them with crsdit
booses.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
<KVi. 4 /V I
Oood*h*r?Ven?olddurin*thflp?ut
three yean. All who have worn then
The many annoyancei connected with the old ?yv
Jem ot But ton Glote^ are entirely overcome, an4iU
following advantagci secured:
Bt-Thc^fect ease and rapidity with which It U
f <si*,*t*'blllty to fit thedifferent tired wrhtt.
SJd?The advantage:gained by gradual// itraiMU
the Kid, instead ol the old lyuem vrhka
. , ? ?intfo many pain tho fint time buttoned.
4 ti?Strength of Hooki and mode of clinching
them. ThefaateningwilloutlaitanyijIoTf,
which iaa very rare occurrencc with butuw.
Independentof Improvement ia futanug
the quality la guaranteed equal, if notwpWWi
to any other glove lu tho market,
roi muiv
J. S. RHODES & Co.
?n
PIOTUUM AMP AWT MATERIALS.
JgNGRAVINGSI ENGRAVINGS!!
A eholfta W ?A> Alu? P?n?li
Ju?Ii i?4 PMt Tlrlttj ol Flit Ooodi,? t?7 W
price*.,
ElBK'S,
lP05M?lnbirwt .
^yiNDOW CORNICES AND
PICTURE FRAMES.
A= oimot uoortmool U Uu OfEiU HOUSE MT
BTORE, oo Kourtccnlli itrwt
"* ilekity FLOOD.
"GLORY" TOBACCO
CAUTION.
Owing to the increaaed demand and the in*
mense popnlaHtjr of the above celebrated
goods, some dealers are selling inferior t*
baocoa and repreeenting them aa the "Glory"
brand, I claim the 'Glory" aa my eicluiiw
trade mark In thia market for plug tobacco,
and no one hai a right to represent other
tobacco as being the same. Each lump ba?*
gold tag with the word "Glori" upon it, and
none other is genuine, as it is positively ?id
under no other brand in thia city.
uajrui will plMM bear thl? in mind.
M. BEILLY.
ATOCTT 8. 1679. ?L
OHIO CAMPAIGN!
Fire Works, Flags,
Lanterns, &c., &c.,
FOE BALE BY
IT. SOHTJLZ,
1810 MARKET STREET.
OcQ .
QRNAMEHTAb?
Evergreen Wreathing;
JToMj-, W *4. Urn, BU-p.,
WMT TA* VTSHCD* AXDIXlt, WOMB.
*? 1JU Itekn ft., WkallK. W. V?

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