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B wanuxa, w. v\? January u. r
I A Memorable Aiiulvfrmry.
One hundred years ago thin 18th day of
January Che greatrst mun in many respect*
tliat this country over produitd waa born
In the town ol Salisbury, New Hampshire.
Wo reler to Daniel Webster?tho man w ho
in hia own day was not only designated by
the public volco ns the "Great Expounder"
ol tho Conatitution, but characterized by
?' vlinirlng multitudes who had Been him
lace to laco as the "god-like" Webster.
Nature had indeed put a seal on him
that gnyo tho world assurance ola man. In
>5 his remarkable physique, in his massive
laco and head, in his wonderfully large and
' deep sot eyes, in his Olympian doino ol
V thought, he was ns marked as in all the
characteristics ol his great mind. lie towered
not only liko Saul among tho people
but liko a Saul among the leader) ol the
people.
This being the hundredth anniversary ol
this great man's birth, it will bo quite extensively
commemorated throughout the
country to-day, especially in Now England,
and more particularly in the place where
be was born, nt the college whore ho was
; educated, and in the great city where he
rose io iuu orouu apionuor. rmcu iriDUies
v n8 will bo paid to-day by the very few
? survivors among his cotemporariea wlio are
qualified to speak of him will doubtless
i';7, find their way into print and be furnished
> \ to the country. It should bo and doubt11
less will bo a labor of love to all who knew
Webster to participate in these tributes to
fe his mevory. It^should also bo a matter of
^ : gratitude from all the American people to
v. do honor not only this year but iu all the
. years to como to this man, who did more
$.- to inculcate a union loving and a union
saving sentiment in our land than all the
men who have risen to fame in our annals.
Some of them have done well in this re^
apect, but Webster excelled them alL It
was his great series of speeches in the
| sonfth of his power in the troubled times
of 1830-32 that gave to the American
; school book literature of a later day those
? eloquent and lucid periods of logic and
? oratory that swelled the heart of therisI
ing generation with a new born patriotism.
&. Had it not boon for Daniel Webster
ij the secession movement would have
culminated beforo it did, and had it
not been for his speeches the country
would not have been prepared for it
{J 1. "While men like Calhoun and Hayne were
S- sowing the seeds of sectionalism and seces
1; alon In tho Southern minil fifty years ago,
jK Webster was interpreting the nature of our
gv Government and kindling a love for it
' among tho masses of tho people everyWhere.
He stood like a great rock in the
". United States Somite, against which the
waves of secession beat in vain. ^Ie has
been doad almost thirty years, but his
speeches are alive to-day and were never
; more alive thau during tho late war. And
> they will live when all the pigmies of contemporary
debate are forgotten. As exh
positions of tho theory and scope of our
| Government they are judicial and immor'
tal. The fame of Webster is secure for all
the ages to come.
The prophetic genius of this great states'
man touching tho suicidal folly of seeession
can not bo better illustrated to West
| Virginians, and to all who dwell along this
1 Ohio river border, than by a reference to one
of bis last memorable speeches, made ou
; tho 4th of July, 1S51, at the laying of tho
r corner-stone of tho addition to the Capitol
p-' at Washington. It was just at the close of
l!: the creat era of conspiracy for tho dismem
I But of theUniou, led by Jeff Davis
James M. Mason, iu which, for the
of peacc, tho North had rcluctantlv
ted to the passage of the Fugitive
law, made as odious as possible by
two men. With an eye upon the
i of Mason in tho Valley of Virginia,
erbapa upon the conspirator himself,
iter, full of years, aud on the very
of his grave, said:
0 men beyond the Blue Ridge, many
lands of whom are nearer to this Cap;ian
to the seat of government of your
Suite, what do you think of breaking
(treat association into fragments ot
1 and of people? And ye men
estern Virginia, who occupy the great
from tho top of the Allegheniea to
and Kentucky, what benefit do you
>se to yourselves by division ? If you
If." what do you "secede" from, and
do you accede to ? Do you look for
current of tho Ohio to change,
to bring you and your commerce to
iide-watere of Eastern rivers? What
in Aw tenses can suppose that you would
in part and pared of Virginia a month
Vwjiiriamnild hate ceased to be part and
I of the United Stain t"
this was not mi inspired prophetic
ing we may well doubt whether the
;h of a prophet was ever opened
ig men. Was there over a prophecy
cred or profane history that was more
I fulfilled. As West Virginians wo
all people well teach our children to
id weigh tho great speeches nnd
ce tho great name ol Webster.
egret that tho brief spaco to which
limited prevents us from saying
iich that wo would. liko to say as
nivcrsary tributo to this man to
Jio American people owe so much,
aid liko to publish liberal extracts
is reply to Hayne?supposed by
to liavo beon his greatest speech,
needed by all to havo been the
Bt and sublimest argument ever
for tho supremacy and superiority
i 'general government over soStates
rights. As a specimen of
may well serve as a model for the
mti vftiiJli Hnimo 1???1 In./!
H' three propositions, which were suinrnar?
iaed by Wobsteras follows:
First?Tliat the constitution is a compact
HE; between the States.
RSecoud?That a compact between two,
1 with authority reserred to ono to interpret
X its terms, would be a surrender to that one
k' of all power whatever.
, "Third?Therefore tho general governI'
ment does not possess the authority to conE
Btrue its own powers.
KBat seo how Webster swept nwny tho
^ground from under tho feet of Hayne:
? "The Constitution, it Is said, is a compact
B' between States; the States then, and the
K States only, are parti to the compact.
How comes tho general Government itself
. a parly t Upon the honorable gentleman's
9 hypothesis, tho general Governasent is tho
ft mult of the compact, tho creature of the
^Compact, not one of the parties to It. Yet
the argument, a? tho gentleman now itatw pc
il, makes the Government itself odd of its m
own creators. It make* It a party to that S(
I'ompuut to which it owes Its own exist- te
race. For tho purpose of erecting the ar
Constitution on the Irasisof a compact, the la
jentleman considers the States as parties to pi
Lhat compact; but as soon as his compact vl
is made, then lie chooses to consider the at
general Uoverninent, which is the off- ni
spring o< that compact, not 1U h
offspring, hut one ol its parties; and tl
so, Mn? a party, without tbo power
ot judging on the terms ol the b
tXHrip&Ct. 11 tho wliolu ol the gentleman's u
main proposition were conceded to lilin? si
il the Constitution be a compact between d
Stat , still that Constitution, or that coin- li
l>act, hat cUuhlUlied a Ourernment Vfith a" h
loin ;wu?n. The extent of Its powera must
bo sought (or in the Instrument Itself. The S
constitution declares that the laws ol tl
Congress |?issed lu pursuance of the Constitution
shall bo tho nuyremc fan of Ihr ti
hmil. No construction Is necessaiy were, tl
It declares also, with equal plainness and a
precision, that tho judicial power of the 1
United Slates shall extend to nfry caw a
arising under tho laws of congress. This
needs no construction. Here is law, then, li
which Is declared to lie tuurrmr; anil here t
la a power established which is to interpret n
that law. i
As a speclfiien olJVehster's tjrnnd logle ?
on behalf ot Federal supremacy, the passage
quoted above is perhaps not more remarkublo
than other passages that might be
quoted, but it lias never been met by any
of the advocates of secession; not even by
Mr. Calhoun himself. It is bo plain, too,
that every school boy can understand it.
Webster wuh great, as the greatest always
are, in the simplicity of his reasoning
and statements. Everybody could understand
him.
It is said that great lawyers seldom make
great statesmen. If this is true, it docs not
apply to Webster. lie was n great lawyer,
and by all odds our greatest statesman.
ICven as a criminal lawyer lie was great.
His speech for the prosecution in the case
known as the murder of Captain Joseph
White, stands as a monument to his fame
as a criminal lawyer. Hut of course his
special fame rests on Iris achievements as a
constitutional lawyer. His name as a law- 1
yer will be forever associated with the celebrated
Dartmouth College case?of which
college he was a graduate. He vindicated
the inviolability of its colonial
charter as against tho power of the New
Hampshire Legislature. No man before
or since ever held tho Supreme Court of
tho United States entranced and enthralled
as he did by his argument and appeal in
that case. It is Baid that tears came to tho
eyes of Chief Justice Marshall when Webster,
at the close of his argument, and during
his short appeal for justice, stopped
and with choked voice said, "Your Honors,
this is a small college, hut there are those
of us who lovo it." Throe years aao we
saw tho short and siniplo autograph note
to his brother Ezekiel, in which Webster
announced the decision of tho court in j
favor of the college.
As a Secretary of State, "Webster leads all 1
the great names that have inado that de- !
partiuent of tho government illustrious, i
Who has not heard of the greatHulsemann '
letter? Many will remember how it thrill- 1
ed the country when it appeared on Decomber
21st, 1850. It was written to re
buko Austria for protesting against our <
government commissioning an agent to j
procure and forward correct information <
in regard to the Hungarian rebellion, i
Austria had alluded to our act as being
tantamount to putting a spy in the Held, ]
and had intimated a threat against him its ,
a spy. To this threat Webster said: j
To give this odious name and character \
to a confidential agent of a neutral power. 1
bearing the commission of hiscouutry, and
sent for a purpose fully warranted by the <
law of nations, is not only to abuse lan- J
guage, but also to confound all iust ideas,
aud to announce the wildest and most ex- j
travagant notions, such as certainly were
not to have been expected in a grave dip- ?
lomatic paper, and the President directs
the undersigned to say to Mr. Iiulsemann '
that the American government would re- 1
gard sucb an imputation upon it by tho }
cabinet 01 Austria us that it employs r
spie8| and that in a quarrel none of its own, [
as distinctly offensive, if it did not presume, as
it is willing to presume, that the word
used in the original German was not of
equivalent meaning with "spy" iu the
English languuge, or that in some other
way tho employment of such an apnrobrious
term may be explained. Had
tho Imperial Government of Austria
subjected Mr. Manu to tho treatment
of a spy, it would have
placed itself witlwut the pale of civilized
nations; and the cabinet of Vienna may be
assured, that if it lmd carried, or attempted
to carry, any such lawless purposo into
ettootj in the case of an authorized agent
of this Government, the spirit of the peoplo
of this country would have demanded
immediate hostilities to be waged by tho
utmost exertion of the power of the Republic,
military and naval."
as may well bo imagined, this forcible
reply to the threat of the Austrian representative
depressed the hufnp on his back
not a littlo. Mr. Webster gave him a taste
of the quality of the republic as a Nation
competent to protect its citizens throughout
the world, that was only second to our
forcible extradition of Martin Kosta in
the harbor of Smyrna from an Austrian I
man of war. Austria has respected the |
rights of American citizens of foreign
birth ever since. Mr. Webster in writing
to a friend about this letter said i
that one object in view in writing it was to
teach Americans the power and value of
their flag and awaken a spirit of loyalty to
it against, the mutterings of disunion. ]
This was always his patriotic object in all
tho positions of his public life. lie was
a lover of his country, and desired all his
countrymen to be proud of her and truo to j
her. Looking at his long career and at J
what he did in his own day for the immediate
good ot the nation, and what he did ?
for the lasting good of posterity, wo cannot
but say in the words of Holy Writ, "Verily,
among all them that are born of women,
there hath not arisen,a greater" in our land =
than Daniel "Webster.
THE NATIONAL QUkflTlOW
The Kpooptndjke family Have n Few
H'ordN Upon the Matter of Expert .
Testimony.
Protu the Brooklyn Eagle.
"My dear," raid Mm. Ppoopendyke, as J
she wiped the corner o( tbo baby's mouth
and curled np a roll on the top of its bead,
"why don't you go and be an expert?"
"Expert in what?" demanded Mr. Spoopendjjie,
dropping his paper. "What kind
ol an expert?"
"Don't you know ? An expert who goes
to court and yells right ont what he think*
of hypothetical questions and heads, and I,
knows by the almanac just when a man is k
crniy and when he isn1u v
"Anything particular tho matter with ?
your head this trip?" roared Mr. Spoopen- c]
ilyke. "Been reading some old cook liook x
lately? What're you talking about? What
dress pattern havo you got lold of now?" n
"I was reading about Mr. Gulteau," re- "
Elied Mrs. Spoopendykc, "and I thought
ow much better it must be to bo an ex- ?
pert than to know anything about the case, fl
That's why I asked. If a man knows any- >
thing they always prove that ho don't, but
if he la an export, he just swears that the R
man who bothers him is crazy, and that "?
end* it." ">
"I s'poso you think I've had so much ex
rience in idiocy at borne that I could
ike a fortune as an expert," sputtered Mr.
raopendyke. "I tall you they are all inillgent
men. They make np their mlnda
id awear to their opinlona, according to
w. When the reviled itatutea at large
wido for me aa an expert, aa they proidefor
idiots, lunutica, habitual drunkards,
id married women, I'll go Into the busies*,"
and Mr. Ppoopcnaykft winked at
Imsolf triumphantly, as he thought over
e last ahot.
"Well," rejoined Mm Spoopendyke,
ridllng Indignantly, "H the revised atattos
provide in that way they ought to be
mt up. They've no business at lane. I
on't know that thine experts were legal:cti.
I supposed they lust went there to
elp tholr friends along.''
"So they dou't, either," retorted Mr.
poopendvke. "They go to awear whether
lie man is insnno or not."
"Out what do they want to drownhlm
>r?" urgueil Mrs. Spoopendyke. "There
licy were all talking at once anil getting
long pleasantly, when all of a sudden Mr.
orkhill and Colonel Corker and air Savge
threw Mr. Guiteau into the dock I"
"Drown your grandmother's hind leg!"
lowled Mr. Bpoopendyke. "What crye
hink a law dock is? Got a notion it's a
neasly pond with a green scum on top of
t? 'Spose it's a two inch mud puddle with
i fence around it, and a Congressional ap>ropr.ation
to make it navigable? It's a
ien, 1 tell yo, a railed off i>en in tho court
oora where they put prisoners. Guiteau
>othercd the exerts so they had to put
liin in the pen. Think you understand it
low?"
"Of course," assented Mrs. Spoopendyke,
'but why don't they put Mr. Hcoville and
Hr. Heed there, too? They are tiying to
>other the experts just as much as Guiteau
lid. They won't let the poor men alone."
"Don't you know the difTerenco between
i lawyer and a criminal?" ripped Mr.
Spoopendyke, "or is that too fine a distaction
for you? lleed and Hcoville arc deending
Guiteau. Porter, Corkhllland Daridge
ure prosecuting him. Gf course his
awyerwill cross-examine tho witnesses
igainst him. But it's no uso to explain
mvthingto you."
fil understand that much," returned Mrs
spoopendyke, -'but I dont understand
dint Judge Cox means by pitching into
iho lawyers and overruling their questions.
Hie first he knows the experts will swear
:hat he is an asymmetrical, and then he'll
be put in the dock with Guiteau,. where it
^ ill go hard with him. I tell you, a judge
:uu i uu io'j rareiui now ne uenaves," una
Mrs. Spoopendyke pinned the baby's skirt*
around its legs and smoothed out its dress.
"Now." yelled Mr. Spoopendyke, unable
for an instant to throw his feelings into
my coherent form of speech, "You've
struck it! You're a whole barrel of canned
judiciary! All you want now is a red label
jn your back and some marginal notes to
be a dodgasted law library! If you'd change
assistants once a month and win four cases
luring one term of office, you'd only need
three deodands and a plug hat to be a district
attorney! You've got the idea. There's
nothing more to bo said on either side.
Givo you a black petticoat with sleeves
to it and a wart on your nose and you'd only
want a restaurant in the basement and a
lounge up stairs to be a United States Supreme
Court! What, d'ye think a judge is
tor? A substitute? Think he sits around
to ease the prisoner, turn and turn about?
Got some kind of an idea that ho is a dodgasted
work on etiquette with mottled
leaves aud yellow binding and Tommy
from Fauny on the tly? I tell you he presides!
And anybody but a half-witted
woman, who didn't think with her heels
and reason with the rat holes next door
ivouldn't need to be told of it more times
than she makes a measly idiot of herself."
"If he presides, it is all right." rejoined
Mrs. Spoopendyke, with a sigh of relief,
'but I got the idea that he went there to
feel the public sentiment, and then say
these were his viewSj and as he was only
VIID I'lUOl'lUllUIl Itf DCW IIIClTIUr UI
Suiteau's ways before his conduct was
mapped up and used against him."
Mr. 8poopendyko drew off his clothing
solemnly, fired the pieces into different
corner?, and waded into bed with the stern
reflection that "smne people only need
lido whiskers and a note nook full of lecures
on repealed statutes to bo a modern
law school."
"I don't care," muttered Mrs. Spoopenlyke.
"I like those experts, and I wish
ny husband would go into the business,
rfiey may not hang Mr. Guiteau, but they'1
Ind the jury insane, and Mr. Porter will
lave to look up some other kind of a job,
or this trial can't hist forever."
With which satisfactory solution of the
lational complication, .Mrs. Spoopendyke
mdressed the babv. dropping tho pins
vhero Mr. SpoopencTyko would be sure to
ind them the moment he stepped out of
he bed in the morning.
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/COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF SOUTH
Vj WHEELING I'KuPERTY.
John J. Birch and other*, *)
v*. /-In Chancery.
Kdnrln D. Birch and other*.)
By virtue of a dccrce of the Mnnlclpal Court of
Vheellng, entered in the above cause on tho 1 Iih
day of January, 1882, the undeulgned Special Commuwlouer
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18.1882,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., at the front doorof the
Court Mouse of Ohio county, in the city of Wheeling,
tell at public auction, the following property
In Sprigg & Ritchie'* addition, in south Wheeling,
that U to say: Lot ten (10) and mi much of lot
rleven (II) a* wa* not taken by Chapllue, formerly
Jacob street; nud part of lot nine (9) fronting twenty
lect on Thlrty-Ahinl street, formerly Denny street
These parcels adjoin, and forai one piece of proporty,
having a front of about 110 feet on Chxplln*
street, and about luO feet on Thirty-third street. Mtid
have thereon erected a double two-Rlory brick
dwelling Iioiihc, (mmlnR on Chapline street, and a
1 irjre frame dwelling huiue fronting on Thirty-third
utrcet.
ThU property will beoflcrcd In parcoli.
TkhmhofsJale:?One- third ?.f the purchasonioncy,
and as much wore as the purchaser may elect, ca*h:
and the balancc In two ?iual paymeuu in one and
two yean with lutercat from day of tale, the pur
hawr to give note* with good p^w-nal sccuritr for
the deferred payment*, and the title to be retained
until fun her order of the Court.
A. J. CLARKE, Special Commissioner,
Jal8-Wi8 711 welfth Street.
vma
PartJeaUr Notice.
All the drawing* will hereafter be andet At ucIukIvq
iiipcrvUion and control of 6DCERAL8 ff.T.
BEAUREGARD and JUBAL A. EAR LET.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO IfDf A FORTUNE.
FIRST GRAND DISTRIBUTION, ULAB
B, AT NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY. FEBRIART
MTU, l&O-HUt MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company
Incorporated In 18C8, for 2S yean, by theLegUlature
for educational and charitable aurpoiea with
a capital of 31,000,000-to which a reaerre fund of
over $660,000 has Mince been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote, its franchlae
wa* made a part of the prcaent State Conititatioa.
adopted December 2, A. D. 1879.
Its i-nind alnglo number drawingi will take place
It never Rcalcs or postpones. Look at the following
Distribution'
CAPITAL PRIZE 130,000.
100,000 TICKETS AT TWO DOLLARI EACH.
HALF-TICKETS ONE DOLLAR.
LIST OF FRIZES:
1 Capital PrUo
1 Capital Prise ? TTlftrot
1 Capital Prise ? ?'ooo
3 Prizes of 12,600 j'oo#
ft Prize* of 1,000. fcQOO i
20 Prizes of 60a ~ lo'noo
100 Prize# of loa. I le'n00
200 Prize* of 60. Z, 10000
M0 Ittxw of 20 .. iq'ooo
iooo Prizes of ia Z. io!ooo
approximation raizis.
9 Approximation Prisea of |3uu - n
9 Approximation Prizes of 2QO. f mm
9 Approximation Priies of 100 'goo
1857 Prizea. amounting to....^. *110400
Responsiblecorrwpoudini agents wanted at'all
point*, to whom a liberal compensatien will ba paid.
For furthor information, write clearly, givlnrfull
sddresa. Bend orders by express ?r mistered latter
or money order by mail, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Mow orliHini. La.
or B. FRANK MOORE, ^ ^
127 La Pallo Street. Chicago. Ilk
formerly 212 Rroadway, New York City.
n. 11,?Orders addrct-od to Kew Orltaaa will receive
prompt attentlou.
The particular attention of the Public it nU Id thf
(net that the entire number of LU ticket* /truth Mtnlblv
[hairinq it mid, and contetjuently alt foe priut f* mm
(inuring arc told and draum and paid. jall-wiaw
A NV1LS,
XJVVILS, anvils,
t BELLOWS, BELLOWS, BELLOWS S
JiUM"********************?
At the fouMtory iron front,
1422 and 1424 Main Strc^
JACOB SNY J3EB,.
*pTl
gTEPHEN McOUII/'jUQy^
Carpenter a?d Builder.
J? 00 0,d bulldinp, roofi, ral
cornlwapdrtlcahuljr attended to.
,n ?"><* rtorcaaltered. TJeika, eooftU
v ?ng fltled uj> ?n ,hort notice. All Job
F??r SIS ptly attended^ to. 8hop at Mr. Ben. fit.
. stand, alloy Thirteen, rear of CapltoL
^-^.now No. w. Nineteenth utreet Ja34
DANDBIFFUGE
Dr. J. a. DICK E\, Proprietor, Bristol, Teas,
Painless Eye Water
ri-aazr " j-a. M.-ff
Sif&?S%&&iS555mS1!SboSeli
NEW BTOCX-OEO. B.TATLOK,
GEO. R. TAYLOR.1
StalSlin Samps
1
WE Will OPEN
THIS M08NIK6!
NEW (STOCK ,
i
SEAL SKIN SACQUES
i
Of superior quality and offer tliem
at a small profit.
GEO. R.TAYLOR
^
SMMOCADf
OPB1TBD
THIS MORNING
A beautiful assortment of
Silk Brocades!
For Evening Dresses.
GEO. R.TAYLOR
LACE ARTICLES
Collars, Collarettes, Vests,
Barbes and Handkerchief
In Real Point &> Real Duches
r OPENED THIS MOENING.
GEO. R.TAYLOR
I
RID GLOVES!
Party Colors.
FOUR AND SIX BUTTONS.
JUST OPENED.
puma
GROCIRIH AND TOBACCO.
SIMON BAER& SONS Al
FRESH ARRIVALS OF
lev Orleans Molasses,
New Orleans Sugar,
few Valencia Raisins,
New Loose Muscatel Raisins,
New London Layer Raisins,
few French Prunes, A
New Turkish Prunes, A
Now Currants,
illrtr Lake Flour,
lYhite Frost Flour.
We carry the be?t assorted and largest
itock of Groceries In the State and request all
lealers to call and ice ui before buying, and [
fe will saveyou money. We have a full line of
Fresh Caudles,
168
For the Holiday*, which we will sell lower
iban any house in the State. Call at
SIMON BAER & SONS, ?
Dos. HI! lid 1114 Main Street
das
New California Raisins,
Tint and best srsr brought to this marlst. J ^
ONK CAB LOAD OF, gj
California London Layer Raisins,
Finest ever grown; ask your grocer for Sfl
them. We bought them direct and oan give
close figures on them.
Another lot of New Orleans New Crop MoIfHIM
ln*t In Oi ** * '
j? *u ji?t oiuuiuwr marj nousiou.
direct.
Also the CELEBRATED PHCENIX PATENT
FLOUR agaiu in atoek. Aak for it and I
try it. Call and see u>. J
JOS. SPEIDEL CO., *
nog WHOLESALE QROCKRi.
rj\HE PERFECTION
Tomato Sauoe
Has been pronouueed by culinary oonuolseura ?
XJNEQT7A.XjXjB3D U
As a delicicma table luxury. For salt by
It. J. SMYTH.
Try It Sample bottlea free. dc23 T
QOO'rCOLENE? X
(COOKING OIL.)
? i/u.c uu iiiauc oa(jcviaii/ tu rvpioio i^sirn
in the kitchen. Fur sale in can*, 35 cent# II
each, at H. F. BEUKttNB1, U
dec!7 2217 and 2210 Market Mrppt
DRUQOIBTa. ^
^yniLE UP AXD DOWN JL
Through nil the town,
With tripping feet, 1'
And patience aweetj
'Hons goodn ao irind ?
And clerks m bland, &
Ton look, nnd look?and IV
Look for Holiday rood*. Ju?t look in at Logan &
Co.'? Bridge Corner Drug Store, and examine their
Sew and Tasty Btylei of
Toilet Seta, Odor Cased,
lirushes, Whisks, f
Cologne Bottles, for CoTeriiii;. I
Prices reasonable. LOO AN A CO., L
Druggiiu, Bridge Comet; ^
NEXT SUNDAY MORNING
In chnrcb Just notice how the people will oough.
For Cough- and Hoarseness use for. chapman's
Horebound Balaam, a pleasant and effective remedy.
Price 31 cents per large bottle.
L03AN & CO.
Li
MOTHERS TELL TJS
Tnat Logan * Co/s PLEA8ANT WORM SYRUP .
[> the pleaaantest and must effective Worm Killer J
and Cblld'a Phytic they havo ever uied. Wee
25 cents, in largo bottle*. Bold by
deli LOO AN & CO.
? (
MUSICAL GOODS. tin
JJATIENCEI ~ " Gt
Full Score for'sale by
WILSON ?fc BAUMER,
jail 1348 MnrVoi street "J
CAUSING OUT SALE OF ]
* fin
MU6IC4FOIJOS, MUSIC ROLLS. be
VIOLINS. FLUTES, BANJOS,
MUSICAL TRIMMINGS, LC.
WM. H. SIIEIB. 13 12th 8T., WASHINGTON HALL. <
I*. =
jyjUSIC BOOKS BELOW COST. PL
A Unselot or Operu, Muilc Collection*, Initruotion
Booki (or all Instruments, Miscellaneous Music
Books and a large stock of
BLANK MUSIC BOOKS BELOW COST /J
tocloM tbejji out. "
WM. n. SF1IEB, 53 Twelfth street, Washington HslL
J2L.
XTEW MUSIfi.
X*
Grandmother's Chair .......... .. 80c iOld
Bureau Drawer l^ZZZZTZ.. " 4^0 ln
Take Me Back to Home and Mother 40c _
DarllM, I'll Come Again .. soc n
Moonbeams on theIi?ke(Plauo) GOc 'I
Dreams of the Past (PUno) 6Tc
Klfln Dances (Piano) .... Mta
Paul's Waltz (Piano) 40c
All at half price. New muilc received dally. ^
You can get any piece of music published cheapest f|
f,?? WM. If. BHIEB. It
jiw oa rweinn street, WMlungton Hull. M
STATIONERY,
jgVERY BA>\K & BUSINESS HOUSE ]
Sri
tu
Should have the
NEW PERFECTION FILE ?
Of which *e have just received a large Block. J
Price, 01.OO. Pl
Stanton & Davenport
STATIONERS,
Ja7 No. 1801 Market street ^
JJLANK BOOKS- PI
The Largest Stock,
Greatest Yariety and J
Best Quality. .1
For aale at Retail >t Wholesale prices by a
JOSEPH GBAVEH, ?
dell N?. M TwsUth stmt
1 ^1j ^11 | ?. ' ^
DRY OOODS.
'RON GINGHAMS!1
Tn
on
Uo<
II,
i liar? Just Beccired a caio of
OU
ID
REMNANTS |
(m fiingbamsi
K
CI
a 11. _ _i n
uireci irom ins t-aciory. ?
?
ritcso arc short ends of the best
iighams and will bo sold much _
8 than tho regular price. '
>i
M
Besides the great difference in
ico you can find amoug these fl
nmants a GIIEATEB VARIETY *
a
Styles than In tho larger ploccs. ,,
a
I ?, c
, S. RHODES & GO.i
[STERN DRY GOODS STORE. !
f
arsM, Kennedy SCo., i
lllO Main Street.
VTCOSTl!
TO CLOSE.
I
Our entire stock of
loaks andDolmans.
GREAT
BARGAINS
In Ladlei', Ucula' anil Children'*
nderwear, Woolen Hosiery >
AND
Cnit "Woolen Goods. !
c
c
J
(
UISHAIL, KENNEDY & CO. ,
lllOMiilnSt. !
? ;
n
MERCHANT TAILORS. 1
EWWINTER GOODS
d
c
i. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
HAVE NOW IN STOCK JL FULL LINE OF
My and Staple Woolens,'
Both FOREIGN and DOMESTIC, which
we offer at
ices that Defy Competition.
)ther Woolens #t lowest prices. We carry j
?largest line of mods In the city, and our
it-Ups are hirst Class in every respect
ALL WOOL KNIT JACKETS,
And a full lino of
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS..
Persona desiring anything in our line will
H it to their interest to examine our stock ;
fore purchasing elsewhere.
C. Hess & Son's,
3el0 Cor Main and Fourteenth 8t&
JJMBING OA8 AND STEAM FITTING.
TRIMBLE ALUTZ,
PLUMBERS,
is and Steam Fitters,
1418 Market Street.
Heating and ventilating of public buildss,
dwellings and factories a tpeclalty.
.um .
1HOMPSON 4 U1BBERD,
PRACTICAL PLUXBERS,
as and Steam Fitters,
1f)1< Ol W W
auiz iam ki ou) n uccuuK) if # 1 U?
Dealers in *11 kinds of lend, wrought and cast Iron
pea, sewer pipes and chimney tops, steam and
jjp b"h
Celebrated Cameron Steam Pump,
li Underwriter,' Qu MncMne. Order, Iran the
counliT promptly ailed. jug
" UKE FITTON,
-i '
radical Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter
1410 Main itieet
All .U._j.J l.i
?>u viukib |>r<mi|iMy avioiiuvu IO. Jlfi
HARE k SON,
UCT10AL PLUMBERS, GAS AND 0TKAM
FITTKR8, . ?
No. 83 Twelfth street.
All work done promptly at reawmahlo prloec.
\%i
I^EW GOODS. T"
Just opened, i new anil elennt line -of
aamber Rem, Decorated China, French
isque Ornamcntt, and many oilier Choice
oveltlea.
JOHN FRIEDEL,
noM, No. 1110 Main Utrwk
LB.QAL NOTICES.
TRUSTEE'# SALE OV VALIU^^H
. J^rtyon^he?Uu? Uli<n.l. **
|y virtue ot a Deedol 1-uu made UVu.,
Taffi lmvld K. IMi.brt bu.UtuU*jH^^B
utee, dated January 11, U'.s. u^rdH i# .5
nut tha Clerk ot the Uuutj uun <4 <?*
Iiuty, NVnt Vlwlula topoedoi I'ruw
tollue va and MO, 1 will tell ou ^ H
TOK?Jl)AY,JASUAKV TllKtlat, lttj,
the (rout doorof the Court IUuh ui *ui cum,
d following ilwtcrllKd property, that i. tun*
fhe eaat bull ot lot uumlwrvd thirty lU.iiuAy
thf eouthaldeof Maryland fctrwt. ihr ?an.tufi
Zanea Iilaud adultlou to the > it) ot
Imd out by Henry Mooie, tru?u* U V.uuJ.^1
ue. and located on Zaue'a lajaiid At it, *
ne, by the conaent o! the Mid Mary J Mid iTT
ill will be aold the wt?t halt ui t?wUui.
itli the rvfldeuce o! ?a>d M. J. and U U
I the ?ppurtenancc? thereto U-IoiikIuk. it,
ovuineuta contlit ol a two *Uvy frame dvflS
lilt In tho muat aulaiantiul Manner,
oroi hall,good cclla'.watc" in hout*.
well Kt with arapc arbor. hull tr>?> and flu,
do nlc U only made to cl# an wuie.
Hive property uulwa nrvvux.rty dUu** M
Ivatoeale.wUl bo wld .? a whoW In
vrUaa llibeat ?ult 1'Urdi^ it
if hbtbeat ground on the Hand, fur ?Urtetla^^H
Vu>r and In a uuMt excellent m.-lKliU>rt.QQ4?^^^H
fthln hall a iquaw ol the Htrv**t HMiaay,
Tho title I* believed lo be unqur>tlonaUr,
Jd a a wK a deed will be made n,m
vdirect, but It ?dd Mparatu 1 will iottviTww^^H
tch title aa It vested In tiic.
Trkmm or malb.?<\no third and a* much
levurchaaer may elm In ea?b. ?n dnj ol
oSStfTtwo oqualIniialUn,,, . i
iSftno.on P^'SilVT]! K.""r IVM
I*AVI1> K. UKI.l., ^
K. J. HTONt, liuatdUa.
wtf TTATXKR. AuOioniiT.
n At v nv ni'WWftAn ""' * '
i)y Ylrtueot a doed ct (runt tnsrto by n<?,
lorrlion, wife of Wm, MorrUon. Miii|
lurrlMiu, hu>hand of said hlisa A. Muiti-.m
ndcnluut-d trustee, dnted April l'.i, isTs
imJed In thu office > f record* < ( dmU f?n * H
junty, West Virginia, In thu town <>( MimiMlituvH
t said county, In Deed of Tiunt li,?.k .v > *5
U, 1 shall, on
saturday, february 1*. isnj,
ommeuclng at 10 o'clock a. m., In front of 1U..H
t. Fisher's lknwoodStotv, in Ihe touju.f \wn%ul H
n said county of Maisliull, procced u. mi, lt
uctlon, to tho highest bidder, tlxcrlbed
real estate, Hituate In 1U> .wimI,
ounty, West Virginia, on thu wist ?! ! <,f
i. R. H.. ujkih which tenement houst-s Not
ro situated, said lot or pared of uruumlU iniBmH
Hirtlcularly dccribed as follow-.: li,^,,,u* u.
olnt on tho line of tho B. A O. K. R. o.nurt?u?H
i?: thence In a southerly dlrtciion u!u, tru.fi?M
if aalfl 1UU.R.K, thirty two (?.') ieu; ihciWh^l
i westerly direction ouo hundred nmi thim-fo^^l
i;s2> fuct: theme In it northerly direction teuIH
Ino parallel to tho lino of ttic It. a o. it r. ul~^b
wo (&) feet; tiicuro on a line parallel to the Hud H
bove run ono hundred and thlny-wo aSH
cut to the place o( beginning.
Trkmh or pale:?One-third, anil n* much tnoni^H
be purchaser may el?ct to pay, in mh,?n4t?H
esldUO iu two equal Installments nt
cars rc'pcctivefy. For such deferred inymtnH
ho purchaser is to ftivo his notes secured t.y
rust on said property.
Jala WILLIAM MN' H. Trurt* M
JfcUSTEE'S SALE.
By virtue of two dec<lsof trust madel* Altxir.fe^H
Ceniplo and Ann 1U Kcinple, hi* wife, to Df|H
rustec, thu first timed January '2, It74.
he office of thu Clerk of the County Court of
ounty, West Virginia, In Deed of Trun 1?> k
I, pose 259; the second dated June 15,1875, rvrtridH
u said Clerk's office in Deed of Tiust llouk.VaiH
?ge 673,1 will sell, on
miiiun ? v nnvni? r\iv ntj ?? . .... .?
uwfA i, nir? ??iii im i ur j :\{\ i ,\ |\ i,
jommenclng at 10 o'clock a. at thiif
the Court House of wld county, tlu- it*
lcacrlbcd property, that U to say: Vnrt (it lot r.t?
wred twohundred and flay In Oapliiii- nut! ha
iddltlon to the city of Wheeling, the sal. 1 |?it Uu*
>oundod a* fi.lluwe: roinmencliiK at th.-N.uthiJ
?rner of Alley 18 and EnflTrtreet: thenw wm ?!?*
ho louth aide of Kiid*?lky klxlyfl o firt: thri*
uuth on n line parallel with E?>tT atn-vt fortr-tov
eet. thcnrc went on a line pnrnllal with mid il.rr
lrty-flve feet to Kofl* *ir?*et; tlu-nce north onita
Mint ride of Koff itreet forty-four feet to the
Mjctuulnz.
The title la believed tobo perfect, hut 1 will cr?.
rey only tho title vented In ine by said deedi rf
rust.
Ikrjm or RiLK-One-third and so much more a
he purchaser may elect, In cash on dnyof Nile, tha
Mlanoe In two cnunl iiu*tallmeuta at nml tudn
nontha with Interext from day of tale, the pu>
haner giving uotcs secured by deed of truMtiJ
mlicy of insurance on the property for the defem
Momenta.
WILLIAM J. W. COWDKN.
de24 Trustee.
JIRUSTEE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a deed of trust rande by M. M. r?usap
tome us trustee. dated thu setntiu day of let
u?r?, 1M51, and recorded lu the oflh-eof tin- ( ltd
f the Countv Court of *>hlo county. West * irvinU,
n Dvcd of Trust Jlook No. 45, jwgo *J57,1 will h> 1 it
>u?']|(!huciIou, at the front dour of the Court Iluus
if Mid countv. on
TUESDAY, MARCH 14,1882,
ommencIngMt in o'clock a. h., the following
crlbed property, that in to my: a ccruln pitretr
Mtrcel of fund Mtlotted near Wot Libert >. Ohio
ounty. Went Virginia, containing about flvesm*.
ltd being the Mitno ujiou whlcfc the said M. U.
)unlap now reside*
I will convey only the title vested In mo by mil
leed of trust
Tekmh or Salk?One-third the purrhnso motm
in the day of Mile, the balance In two equal
uentu, at six and twelve months with in tort-1 ina
layofNHl**, the purchaser giving note* iwiiUMltr
lecd of trust on the propoity or the defern.il
nent*.
]*m WM. M. PUSH P. Trim*.
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS.
a tply weather strips
To your door* and windows, and mako your
Somes more comfortablo.
Cost saved in fuel.
Largo stock on nand.
E. L. NTCOLL,
Agent for Mnnufaetureni
McLure House Art Store, J*5^
jq-EW YEAR CARDS.
rare beauties,
[n stock and for sale THIS MORNING, and
jo mistake. Yours, Ac.
E. L. NICOLL, Ajront
deal McLure IIomo Art Store.
JgMBELLISH YOUR HOMES.
LOVELY PICTURES. ELEGANT FRAMES,
BISQUE WARE, SWISS CARVINGS,
AT KIRK'S. 1005 MAIN 8TREET.
New Arilval*. Splendid Display, and eventhlnr
M?rvclnntly rhenp. Cwll mid nee. ilfj<
gARGAINS! BARGAINS!
tn Russia leather Goods and 8tatuary and
Pictures at your own price to close.
w. o. nun,iu.v\
?1o23 44 Twelfth Stnot.
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND CAPS
NEW GOODS! NEW STYLES! IN
Silk anil rnsslmorr Hals,
Seal anil Cohojr Cap;,
(icnlli'mcu'H llcarpr Clint.,
And a fall line of Boys' and Children's:
Haw and Caps for tbo Holiday Trade, just
received at
GEORGE J. MATHISOB
1e15 1222 MARKET STRUCT.
JEWELRYANDWATCHESr
GRAND OPENING
OF
Holiday Goods
THIS WEEK.
NOVELTIES that NO OTHER IlorsE
will liave. My SPECIAL AIM is t.> ?l?t
SUCH GOODS that are entirely difTennt
from other Blocks. A cordiul invitation ii
extended to all to tako a look through
whether they wlah to buy or not.
Respectfully,
deS . 1. fi. IHW,
Queen City Hotel
FEED VOIOT, Proprie tor.
N, E, Cor. Sixlh and Race Streets,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
TERMS?$1 50 to $2 00 per Pay; or on
European Tlan, Lodging 60c. 70c and H w
porDay.
J?* We hare added a new house connected
with Hotel, and renovated Hotel nil tlirouffj
and are now in first-class trim, and '*? ?c
commodate tho traveling public and trade in
general to lwtter advantage thun Mure. j
. N. B.?Thla la tin molt centinl II"'1'1"]
any In theclty, right among theltasnu-MM?
Amusement portion, and birret i an run
from In front, or within one vquare ? (
to any part of the city; it in the nearrM Iwitt
to Exposition aud Music llalls.

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