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OUT UOODb.
A, SIEDENBACH & BRO.
TAKEJOTICE.
We closed out IVoni a largeiminuliictiirc
In New York n lot of Coats
mid Dolmans ut lower prices thiin
ever licl'oro known, mill to-duy wo
jilavcllioni in our Clouk liooni lor
Inspections.
500 to lie sold ut ?2.00.
:i()0 to lie sold nt 2.50.
200 to lie sold at 3.00.
All in want of a good article at a
very low |irlce now is tlio chance
l?y calling at
A.Siedenbach&Bro.
tlOH MAIN ST.
B-AJR/GA-IIsrS
EXTRAORDINARY.
To make room for our Holiday Specialties wo will
oflor for this loiiiifig week the (Jrerttesfr liargnliu
ever ottered In this city.
LOOK AT OUR MUCK LIST.
Our $10.00 Silk Circulars at S'25.00.
Our Wi.OU Silk Circular Ht 8?>0.00.
Our smiwsijk Circular at S18.00,
Our SAJ.00 Silk Circular at 815.00.
Thera goods are positive first coat,
BEAT THIS IF l'OU CAN!,
Our 515.00 Silk Dolnuins at $25.00.
our SW.W) Silk Dolmans at S20.00.
Our 325.00 silk Dolmans at 515.00.
Our 820.00 Milk Dolmans at S 12.50.
Only fifteen of thwo Garments left, so don't miss
your cbanec.
In mumiou wo will fliow you the gamiest line ol
UlNlor*In the uewelindes. Walking Jacket*, firm*
law, Cloth Dolman*, all of which will he sold at
Mich prices to compare with the above-iuentloued
reduction#.
Ludli*, do not fall to attend this sale of oft'erln^s.
lU'iavmber our noo>U are all made in our o?v? establishment,
and for ex:ellence in fit and quality
they are not to l>e heat.
BLUM & MARKS
Cloak House, 1106 Main Street.
Factory, Ml Market Street. Philadelphia.
noia) !> Walker Street. ftuw York.
EMSHEIMER'S
DRY GOODS STORE!
AKOUiND THE COItNElt,
Is crowded Willi customers bOying
DRY GOODS!
CI.OAKS, S1MVIS.
TiRJiiviii^inxroS:,
You can see the colors of the Goods at
NIGHT by th?
Electric Light.
noil ___
Ik (ht&iifHLux,
OUKm>: >oh. 2.1 mid 27 i'onrteeulb Street,
\t \l AllVCrdHVIllOlllN.
Like the Flowers in Spring.
I'alace l'arlor Coal Vases.
Picture Mouldings at McLure House Art
Store.
ThankHgiving?John Friedel.
Ti?e Largest titock of Kngravings.
For Kent?Furnished Kootn.
Frames for riuquts.
Nattee?Stockholders' Meeting.
I'ortrait Frames.
Wanted?A. Hoy 15 or 1<? years old.
One Touch of Winter?U. F, Caldwell.
HUS. ZIEUEXFELDElt is prepared to
supply families with n llrst-class article
of lee Cream to-duy. No. G(J Twelfth
Street. tap
l.'ILE usual merchants'iuueh attlieNow
aicLurc lIon.sc Sample Kooius daily.
'i'ijerinometur llecortf.
The following Dhows the range of the thermometer,
as observed at Schnepfsdrugatore,
Opera Houso corner yesterday:
1681 1882
, 7 l. M. 12 M. 3 P. K. 7 P M I 7 A. K. 12 M. 3 r. K. 7 r. M
43 fcQ 53 -J'J | IX) 40-37
INDICATIONS.
Washington,!). C? November23, 1a.m.?
For the Lower Lake Region cloudy weather
with , light ruin or snow, variably winds,
mostly northerly, stationary or higher temperature
and lower pressure.
For the Tennessee and Ohio valley cloudy
weather, with local rains, northeasterly backing
to northwest wind, with stationary or
lower temperature and pressure.
Dcnth or (-'ol, John W. Hollidny.
A dispatch was received in'this city yesterday
morning about half past nine o'clock
from Steubenville, announcing the death ol
Col. John W, Holliday, yonnyestson of Wiu.
II. HolUday, Esq., late surveyor of customs
for this port. He died of consumption at his
home in Steubenville, shortly before the j>orrowful
news reached here. Col. Jlollidav
wiu mm r.f I )tn llr?? frt nl<?i> Ma fi
to arms, having enlisted early in 3801, us a
private in the Twentieth Ohio Infantry?
three months' service, afterward serving in
the Second Ohio Infantry, and was finally
transferred from the Inst named regiment to
the Fifteenth "West Virginia Infantry, where
ho served his country faithfully until the
close of the war. lie was a gallant oftlcer
and a brave soldier, rising from the ranks to
tho position of Colonel, au otlice he held at
the close of tho war. Colonel Hoi Jiday was
born in Wheeling, and was in tho forty-fourth
year of his age at tho time of his death. He
had a large circle of friends in this city as
well as in Steubenville, at which place lie
resided since the close 6f the war, employed
as a nailer in the Jefferson iron works. Tc
know him was to love and honor him. He
was brave, courageous and gcuerous to a
fault His aged and respected parents art
yet residing in this city, besides two slsten
and a brother. He leaves a loving and faith
ful wife and an accomplished daughter tc
4 mourn his loss, and they lose a kind, affectionate
and indulgent husband and father.
Ho has gone from us forever, but his ineiuorj
still lives, and will he fondly cherished by
those left behind.
The Union IMilroitd ami Council.
This evening a memorial will be presented
tr? nounr.il numerously stoned bv manuf?n.
turers ami business wen, asking Council to
appoint V joint committee of citizens and
members oI both branches of tlie City Council,
to consider the feasibility of a union railroad
extending from the north to the south
end of tbe city along the river front, and to
mature, and report a plan of securing such a
railroad. The memorial embodies virtually
tho suggestions made in the Intkllioenckk's
editorial col u tuns on last Saturday. Tho memorial
was circulated yesterday by prominent
mill owner?, and was signed by all who were
seen in the limited time at the disposal of the
pntlemen who had the matter in charge.
CITY MATTEHN.
Uriel N'oIch on Current Eventtt or Minor
lulrrnl.
Council this evening.
Dealers are receiving large invoices of holiday
goods.
Yestkhdav waa pay day at the North End
cooper shops.
The supply of poultry for the Thanksgiving
trade does noi promise to be abuudaut
Ahmstbowo, Cojlv &Co. are rushed with
orders und are receiving naw ones every day.
One marriage license was issued yesterday.
The demand for these documents Is not up!
to I he supply.
Tjie price of oil has been advanced by the
croc try keepers in the city (roln twelve to
fifteen cents per gallon.
Somk of the coal merchants are no busy
that they are unable to fill their orders and
are putting more teams to work.
Colonkl Kkmpmc will smile on a Bridgeport
audience on Friday next, unci teil tho ueopie
what ho knows ubottt "Ofllce Hunters."
Tub "Merry War" opera cotupuny arrived
in the city this morning ou tlio 2:35 train
over the Central Ohio road from Zanesvilio,
Mm. IUtciiie, tho woman who ruised the
row on the l'unlnsula fiuturdav nisht. was
yesterday fined $5 and costs by Justice lVterman.
Cari-knteim are roofing the large Ice house
of Captain Sum henhardt, on tho west side of
tho Island. The building 1h one hundred by
ttixty feet.
JEitkmiAit Tkuru.i. was yesterday appointed
administrator of the estate of JanuTerrili,
deceased, and gave bond in tho sum of
$1)00, with D, NV.Terrill as surety.
William Kkjuj- was fined $10 and cosfs in
the ToliceCourt yesterday morning for Interrupting
thu services at the Ch&pline street
M. K. Church Sunday night. Kemp is u
coal digger.
John Mazinuo went to',the Workhouse yesterday
for twenty days/or drunkenness. J'red
Skyakes, for abusive language to Mrs. Mary
Kyan and daughter, of host Wheeling, paid
$10 and costs.
Tint Hebrew congregation will hold Thanksgiving
services next Thursday at their synagogue
at y o'clock ?\ m. The services will be
conducted by llev. M. Bossier, who will deliver
an appropriate address.
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to record
a deed made November 27, 1882. by C. W.
Franzheini and wife to Joseph Hasetmuer,
in consideration of $500, for 17 feet oJT the
west end of lota M and 15 in square 2, on the
Island.
Letters advertised Tuesday, November 2.s,
18S2: J as. Bowman, Frank 1'. Hasley, Uhas.
I L. Harris, Frank 1\ Humiltou, John H.
i Hughes, Chas. Kemple, John E. Lloyd, 1). J.
Murray, IS. M. Mclntire, C. 11. l'abst, John
D.Taylor, Frank Zink.
Thkkb was a very large gathering in the
lecture room.of the Firat ihiptist Church last
evening to hear the jjcrformances of the
young people. There Will he no entertainment
next Monday evening, it being a week
of prayer in the llaptiat Churches throughout
the Stale.
Sql'mk Pkterman yesterday lined Abe Meribou,
one of the habitues of the Second ward
.Market House, $1 and costs for drunkenness,
and as he failed to pay. sent him to jail.
Loaling in the Market House is not as popular
us it once was, owing to the good work of
the Squire and the city police.
Tint slate at police headquarters last evening
contained only two names. Both were
from the Kighth ward, and were run in by
Ollicers Coinbs and Kennedy. The charge of
disorderly is against each. One is named
Louis N'olte and the other was tin Irishman,
who refused to give his name. He will cive
it this morning in Court.
Tuts evening at the Opera House the Thalia
Theatre Comic Opera Company, from the
Thalia Theatre, Xew York, will present the
popular new opera "The Merry War," in
German. The music is by Strauss, and the
fame of the oj>era will no doubt attract a
large audience here. Reserved seats havo
lii'cn in cnml flptnr.nri ?inr? tli??v wnro nut nn
sale at Wilson it Baumer's.
Tub police are on the lookout for Kddie
Combs again. It seems that Kddie lifts never
paid his last fine, as he promised ho would.
A committment was accordingly made out
and Edward was taken in charge by Ollicer
Nulte. Combs said that if the ollicer would
accompany him to his mo\hers's home the
money would be forthcoming, llo did so,
and while there the officer was given the
slip by Kddie.
A certificate of incorporation was yesterday
issued to the "Prince PacketCompany,"
ef this city, which proposes to carry on a
transportation business with steamboats and
barges. It starts oil'with a capital Htock of
$501), of which $50 has been paid in, and reserves
the privile^fj of increasing the capital
to $100,000. The incorporators arc Thounw
Prince, James B. Campbell, Thomas Bali,
Mtiggie Prince and James G. Morris.
A (iOVKBSjiEXT ollicer was in the city yes,
terday inspecting the city water main across
the river, which supplies the Island. This
pipe is protected from the drift of the river
by a covering of heavy rocks, uud
some complaint bus been made by
certain boatmen that it is an obstruction
to the navigation of the river at low water.
It was for the purpose of reporting upon the
justice of this complaint the otlicur was detailed.
"What his report will be was not
made public.
Last evening Beethoven Hull was packed
almost to suffocation, the occasion 1/eing ft
surprise masquerade party tendered alias
Kickey Ebeling, of the South Side. About
fifty couples were prevent, tuily thirty-live of
whom were masked. The alFalr wan a kuccess
in every particular, and rellected credit
on those who arranged the detail*. Tiiey
were Misses libeling, Mary Albinger and
Theresa Glue, and Messrs. Andrew Albinger
and Charles McKec. Mayer's orchestra furnished
the uiusic, which, of courte, was
good.
Reserved scats will be "placed on sale this
morning ut Wilson & Baumer's music etore
for the engagement of Minnie Palmer, IL 1?,
Graham and the Jno. K. Itogers Comedy
Company, in William Gill's comedy, "My
Sweetheart." at the Opera House on Wednesday
ami Thursday evenings and Thursday
afternoon. This engagement will he
unusually well patronized, particularly the
Thanksgiving matinee, and there will no
doubt be a big rush for seats tbjs morning.
The Little Anna will make a special trip
Thursday to accommodate those desiring to
attend, and persons from the other towns of
the vicinity will also be present in force.
I'MWUAAIj illliAllUA.
XownmmI Gossip iii Uefwrciice Co Yarloii*
rc?jiic.
Miss Lou Wilson, of Beaver, is visiting
Miss Camden, of Fourteenth street.
Sir. A. Gardner Jackson, of i'aricersburg,
brother of the Governor, is in the city.
Miss May Blossom, of Zanesville, is visiting
her graml-mother on Fifteenth street.
Ed. ilansburger, of the Top mill nail factory,
has none to house-keeping, on Market
street, head of Sixth.
Rev. J. B. Mulford left for Philadelphia
yesterday, having beeu called to the bedside
of hisdyiug niotiier.
i Mr. James Cracraft, of Triadelphia, who
has been on the sick list for several weeks,was
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Clark, of North Wheeling, who haa
been vfoitiftg her daughter at Pittsburgh for
several weeks, has returned home.
Henry Gronewight, of the North End
, cooper shops, is still confined to Ids home
with sickness, but is able to sit up.
! Messrs. George and Will Ilolf and Alex
Laugh 1 in returned, Sunday, from Fottstown,
i Pa., where they have been attending college.
, They will spend the Thanksgiving holidays
' at home.
ItfMilUtiOIIH ol" UfNIHTl.
[ WiiKUKAs, It has pleased Almighty God to
; take from our midst John Speidel, our school*
. mato. therefore be it
[ Unsolved, That wo mourn the dentil of our
loved schoolmate, lie was with us but a
few weoks, but to know hiiu was to love him.
Hooked, That wo will over hold his memory
in fond recollection and try to live so
that wo may meet him in a bright hereafter.
Jlewheil,' That we deeply sympathy with
his atHicted parents in their great loss, and
point to llim who looks with pitying eye
ujK>n the uiHicted.
liesolved, That wo request the AN heeling
Weekly Jitgister and the Wheeling Daily Intelligence!*
to publish these resolutions, and
that a copy of the sumo be sent to tho bereaved
parents. -Kkukcca Kosp,
| AN.NtEKor.Tll,
Gam a. Mitchei.l,
Committee.
Clinton, H*. I'd., November 23,1SS2.
It hekms impossible that a remedy mode of I
such common, simple plants as Hops, Buchu, I
Mandrake, Dandelion, Ac., should make so I
many and such great curesasHop Blttersdo:
but when old and young, rich and poor, pastor
and doctor.Iawver aud editor,all testify to
having beou cured by them, you must believe
and try them yourself, and doubt no
longer. rthw
CITY POLITICS. [
THE COMING MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
Probable Coorie or the two Political Parties, tnd
the Element* W hlch n||| Enter Into the Cain.
p?lrn-T/ie Jtofemeot* for the 5omlnation*
of CitlirD%* Ticket*.
The electlpn by the people of a Mayor, City
Clerk, City Sergeant and membra of the two
brauchcaof the City Council, which occurs
In January, linn been the subject of much in* '
terested comment for teverd 1 w?ek? past, and (
several candidates for one or two of the otllces
named have already been proposed. Tiio
proper and prolmblo course of tbo two j
|k>litlcal parties has been discussed from all
standpoint#, and at hut it ?ecms to he powl* i
bio to form an intelligent opinion as to what '
they will do. Judgments differ among men
of both parties as to the advisability of putting
straight party tickets ill the Held, boiiic
upon both sides of the futile advocating a '
strict party contest, and others advising that
politics and parties beentiiely ignored In the
campaign. There aro one or two local Issues j
which bid fair to h?ve a lurgo Influence In '
the choice of Councllinen in the various !
wards. 1
Unless sonic steps are taken to change the
disposition of the executive committees of ]
the two parties, primaries will be called for
the nomination ot straight party tickets. It '
will be remembered tnat the Jtepublican '
committee called primaries some weeks ago, '
but after consultation with numerous proiu*
incut, members of the party the committee at '
a subsequent meeting reconsidered its action .
and imletinltely postponed the primaries. *
The Democratic committee mot Saturday 1
night; but after some informai exchange of '
views adjourned for two weeks without ac? s
lion. The committees of both parties are {
practically unanimous in favor of putting
party tickets in the field xu heretofore. 1
It is no secrot that u movement is on foot ]
to put a "ciitasns' ticket" in nomination in 1
ttiu interest of those among tlio citi- (
?.eus who oppose the present ?ys- '
torn ol managing the atreots and alloys
and water works by Hoards chosen by the 1
City Council. It is claimed for this movement
by ltd advocates that it has a iarge 1
and respectable backing. The aim of those '
who are agitating this project is to elect men 1
to Council who are in tavur of abolishing the 1
Hoards, or at least refusing to appropriate 1
the money for them to carry on their operations,
amending the rules and regulations
governing them, and othorwise rendering J
them inoperative.
Another movement of an independent na- 1
ture is on foot, which has crystallized into a
sort of declaration of principles, as follows: 1
"That the greatest encouragement may be 1
offered for the growth of the manufacturing '
and other interests of the city, taxation must 1
be made as low as possible. To reach, this 1
end it is necessary tnat ull needed improvements
shall he secured at the lowest practic- !
able cost, and that all the tinaticial and business
a /fairs of the city shall ba conducted on
the wisest and most economical business
principles. The best results will* not be secured
?o long iw party machinery id used to
control the nomination and election of city
council men.
"Accepting the above statements as true,
anil with on earnest desire lo see the city
government elevated above the plane of mere
party politics, and a genuine reform inaugurated
in the conduct of municipal atlairs,
we, the undersigned cilistens of Wheeling,
hereby pledge ourselves to disregard party
politics in the coming city election, and to
support men for City Council solely on their
fitness for the place. To the end that only
the best men may he elected to that body we
earnestly recommend that 'Citizens' tickets'
may be placed in nomination in each ward
in the city, and that only those men bo presented
as candidates for City Council whose
character and business capacity are a sufficient
guarantee that the business of the city
will be intelligently, faithfully and economically
administered."
This movement has the support of a large
number of prominent business men and taxpayers.
It has not been definitely decided
whether to hold a meeting of those favoring
the movement and put a ticket in nomination,
or to select a full ticket from the nominees
of the two parties indiscriminately, and
recommend all voters in accord with the
views expressed above to unite in supporting
the canaidates chosen. A proposition has
bean under cnnsicWntinn fn nnrnnfonu nor.
maijent "Reform League" to advocate the 1
election of desirable men to all niunipiiml I
ollices at all times, and forward all projects
for the advancemontoftlie welfare of the city. 1
A prominent Republican said yesterday
that m the coming election for members of 1
Council he pronosed to vote for railroads, '
steam on the Elm Groveand the City Boards. 1
These will probably be leading issues in the
campaigu, and possibly the choice of Coun- '
ciinien will involve a good many complications.
A mEuiCAMKNT. 2 o'clock in the morning, '
?sleet on the side-walk,?baby got the 1
croup, and no I)r. Bull's Cough Syrup in the !
house.
KL'SlItM; TltE.U TlfltOITGlI.
l'nHliinjr I'Mty .('us*1* '1'hroiiKli Court.
Another Contempt C'iihp.
Yesterday \vi}3 si veritable Held day in the
Circuit Courts. Several potty cases were disposed
of in short order, and to the evident
satisfaction of spectators.
In Parti, Judge Jacob sentenced Eugene
Cady, convicted of grand larceny at the last :
term, to two years' imprisonment in the Penitentiary.
Therestof the day was devoted
to bnsiuess of no special public interest.
In Part II, Boyd, Judge, tlae case of S. \V. ,
iitirns, iiiuiuiuu lor assauu aim tmttery upon
M. 31. Wright, was trieil to a jury, which ic- ]
turned u verdictof not guilty, .
Frank Campbell wasfound gufltyof petit
larceny and sentenced to confinement in the
County jail for six weeks. 1
The fcflse of Albert Price, charged with '
stealing two iron wagon tires, was then put '
on trial to a jury. The indictment was for
petit larceny with a count for previous con- i
viction, which makes the ollense punishable i
with con|]nement in the Penitentiary. The I
evidence and argument was concluded last '
evening,and the case given to the Jury,which
in a short time returned a verdict of guilty |
A3 charged in the indictment. Judge Jtoyd' <
sentenced the prisoner to one year's irnpris- I
oilment in the Penitentiary. <
Among the witnesaess summoned on Price's
casevas ,7ohu West. "When the witnesses ,
svere called he did not respond, and a role
wasiKsned for him. .Deputy 8hcri(!Illanchnrd
arrested him and brought him into court, '
and be was called to the stand. When in- j
terrogatod by counsel he plainly showed that
he was intoxicatedfaint the attention of the
Court being attracted, he inquired if this was
the witness for whom the rulo was issued. !
When answered in theafllmative, the Judge 1
asked West where he wus when the case '
opened, getting the sententious response : !
"Itrunlc." _ 1
' ,41 will Hue you$L0 for contempt," said the*
Court. i
West demurred, riot very respectfully, i
whereupon the Court increased the penalty i
to $20 fine and one day in jail, where he wus <
immediately taken by the jJeputy. '
The cose of Morris iMcAdama. indictcd for !
burglarizing the house of Cupt. John Mclntre,
on the Island, has been set for December 2fl, <
Tuk genuine Saratoga Hum Kock Spuing i
Watkh, for sale by alldrugyists by the tloz- i
en, bottle or gallon. Adilress all orders to ]
the Hljrh Hock SnriuE Co.. Saratoga finrl m? .
N. Y. v ' " ']
J. 1\ Shirk, Agent at Wheeling, and II. K. I
llcCotmhey, Agcntjit/Bridgeport. dmv. (
??
UOir.L ABIK1 VAH.H. ,
ST. JAMES HOTEL. 1
J iicll. RMS' * V K WhlUsMe, l'hila
Justus Kailtio, N Martins* A Dunn, Newark
11 Thomas, Baltimore 11' Dukehart, Balto
J B Urlpg*. %Voodsllcl?l 0 Darr, Wlliltun?burR
J Shmko, MoundKVille A Bclgell, Newport, 0
(J \Y Byrne, Cameron M Wayne. Cany It
Shatter. Baltimore C It Carter. Znnesvlllo
Jo* Basoly, Mean* II W WJlsoiJ. CJiy,
J UGrufton, Marietta J Andrews, I'ltutiKh i
J V Sweeney ?fc fil city Thou Walton, City. I
J BSwells*,Wwhn, l'a John A hush, City
M M Everett it L, i\lsl?? J 11 Wells. SiitersvflJc
N MTownwud.Clevelu KC Heli>onsteln,BnUo
W Wobb, lluminaton BX-nry Hall. Chicago
B M Lewis, City F M WlOKfttul, It M S I
J ilromJjjg. Columbus J' II Glover, Uiilotitown |
11 K Kelly. Pittsburgh A T Wilson, I'n,
It W B Morrison. Stuiihv T E Hastings. n Y
W Uwdlogton. Iialto EII Master Bclliilre.
Says Mr. George T. Droyer, IS Division
avenue, Brooklyn, J?. Y, "I lmve suffered
tvith frost bitton [eat every winter. I applied
St. Jacobs Oil n few titucs and nip cured."
Thuiisa cures more diseases than nil other
medicines put together, and many lieretoforo
incurable.
Thr Ladies' Social Union of the First Baptist
Ohurcb will hold a supper In the church
building, corner Twelfth and Byron streets,
this evening. 4.11 are inyited,
IIAKNVM'M IAT B?V.
il Tonlli Who TJ|>* llio ISeitm nt -800
fotituN.
Thero is now in Wheeling a young man
who attracts public attention whenever he
?ppears ou the street to a larger extent prob*
jbiy than any oth?r stranger who ever visit*
?<1 the city. He Is a citizen of Petersburg,
Vs., anil is iiere on a visit to an aunt who
lives In East "Wheeling. A reporter called
upon him at her House the other day and had
j pleasant chat with the young gentleman,
ivliose name is fttmuol Bishop. Master Bishop
strikes even a casual observer as an extraordinary
hoy, for the reason that while only fl
feet llj'j inches in height, ho weighs fully
three times as much as the average lnau of
Ihttt stature. Mis present weight is 193
pounds,and ho looks it. His tlesh Is so generally
disposed all over Ills entire frame, however,
UN in lut -? ?
... ..w in an. i i in IU U5Cll.'3
ire firm and hard, ills skin healthy, h(s
uheeks ruddy, and liis eyes bright, lit) says
liis appetite la good, but not large, and his
weight OotLi not vary three pounds tti a year,
llu whs b:>rn ut L'oUraburg, uud claims to bo
but seventeen years old. He was always
Abnormally /at, though his father and motti?r,
and brothers and sisters, are all of usual
size. When asked how lie explained the ilif(eronce
he said be did not try; he put it down
us u freakof nature, and did not let it bother
him. lie walks al>out a good deal, liut less
than ho would were it not for the stares that
liis apprarauce attracts on the street.
He would only consent to having anything
joticerning himself printed on condition that
it was not stated wlioiu or where he was via- !
ting in the city, us be said that already the
itreet in front of his aunt's houso was someimo
crowded with children, and even lar ?r
people, attracted by reports of his preajnce.
Ueing too largo to work constantly,
Jam makes a living by exhibiting himself ;
n museums and shows. He was with liarlum.tlrat,
and that/anions manager made a
itrong card of him us "the largest lat' boy
jow living." lie visited Wheeling on exhibition
some yearn ugo, and has traveled with
mil and tent ahowa ever since he was very
foung. He tilled an engagement at I'itlsourgh
a few weeks ago at Harris's museum,
i> uiA.ui ancci, uiiu Bincu mat uas oooii in
Chicago.
"Is it ft pretty profitable business?'' asked
Lite reporter.
The youth sized his interrogator upas if
to decide whether lie was a possible competitor,
and then dismissing that idea with a
merry smile which almost closed his eyes, rejoouded:
"Oh, y<?i; a man can command
tbout what salary liu has a mind to ask. Then
I hell on an average about $10 worth of my
photographs a day, You know people from
the country want to lake them homo toshow
their friends one of the curiosities they inspected."
iSarnuel talked familiarly of about all
the dwarfs, fat people, "living skeletons,"
and ltoiry women now traveling, and his circle
of acquaintances is probably as unique
m one as possessed by any living man. Altogether,
an inter-view with him is very interesting,
and one who sees him will not be
disposed to question his claim that he Is "the
largest fat hoy now living."
COXfiUllSH.il Afli IT 1* IIKUIIA IT.
Iti* Trouble lli>r?l<ir?r? i'linr^nble (A
nil Krrorof III* Doftor*.
Strong hopes are now entertained of the recovery
of Dr. J. T, lipdegrafl', of Mt. J'leasnit,
Congressman from the Seventeenth Ohio
ilistrict, who for months past has been serijusly
sick and oftentimes at death's door. He
lias been treated for Bright's disease ami
numerous other complaints, but all the treatment
availed nothing, and the patient continned
to slowly sink. He lost all* appetite
ind ate literally nothing; and to-day weighs
less than 100 pounds, being nothing but skin
urn uuiicej. u neii in peneci neaitu ur. uplegraff
weighed over '200 pounds, lie has
11 so became so wa?k that at times his mind
.vanders, and he imagines himself back at
Washington or in tbe excitement of the
campaign.
As a last resort, it was resolved to send for
Professor Von Webber and Dr. Kinsey, of
Jleveland, two very noted physicians. The
'oriner was once Surgeon General in tjje
iriny and |s one of the ||ncst litliotoniista in
ihe country. These gentlemen arrived Sat*
lrday, having been hurried up by a dispatch,
and placed Dr. UpdegratI under chloroform
for two hours, during which a consultation
and examination was had, the result
)f which was, tbntit was definitely aacer- i
tained that stone in the bladder was the ail*
went. Sunday night Dr. Todd, of Bridgeport,
received the following from D.D. Upde- ,
5rair, Esq.:
' '1 a?i" glad (o inform you in compliance
with your request, that this morning Drs,
Von Webber and* Kinsey, of Cleveland, discovered
stone in the bladder, and we are all
mnguine of a successful operation after a few
Jays spent in preparing the system. The
Doctor is quite comfortable and cheerful tola
v."
In conversation with Dr. Schooley, of Mt.
Pleasant, who wad in the city yesterday, it
was learned that yesterday morning the jJop?
tor was feeling pyS well w on the djjyprevious,
and that all looked forward to a speedy recovery.
The operation will not be performed ,
before next week. In the meantime hissystem
will be toned up.
ItlVKK X KWW,
liocnl and Teleifrai?tif<v-<^t!nci'nJ I.evee
Tho Elaine yesterday went on the docks .
for repairs.
During the cold season the anugboftt Iv. A,
Woodruff will tie up in the Kentucky riycr. ,
Tho Diurnal departed yesterday morning i
for Parkerab'ur^ at its usual time with a good
Lrip. . (
The Emma Graham ia due up, and the t
Katie Slockdale down to-day. Both are i
Pittsburgh-Cincinnati packets. i
The river fell about -I inches yesterday,
leaving a depth of abotit 4 feet in the channel
according to the ffauge marks. ;
The United States lighthouse boat, Lilly, ar- '
rived at Pittsburgh Saturday, laid in u stock 1
}f supplier, ami started down stream yester- 1
lay morning. 1
P. McDonald, who was formerly with the
Parkersburg Transportation Company, litis 1
?one to Pittsburgh to accept a position on !
!ho steamer James Cj. Blaine, in the Bjowns- i
rille trada,
The Captain of the steamer Granite State 1
iias presented a. hill to the State authorities
itKentucky for $531 for carrying the State .
Guards from Catlettsburg to Maysyille, and
?500 damages to tho'boat.
Captain R. S. McCook, of the.Lilly, reports :
.uu louuwing new lights established in this \
listrict on the upper Ohio river: Furgcsan's
Lane, Sheets'{tipplf!, bend below Sardis, Wc- :
Bldowney's. auove jfubb's l-anding, Head of
Sisters, Cable's eddy. ;
Pilots helonging to the Cincinnati, St. ,
[iOuia & Orleans Pilot Associations enlertain
an unfavorable opinion of the work
being dona on the Mississippi,river. They
my: "Give us plenty of snagboats anil keep ;
up the lights; that is all that can be done to '
improve the river." I
The Andes arrived about 8 o'clocV last .
uvening with a number of passengers, and all \
the freight she could carry. Thjs aftoynoon, i
it 3 o'clock, the Andes will depart for Cin- j
ilnnati. Captain Charles Mubleman is in ,
command, and Messrs. Mart. Noll and Char- j
lie Knox are associated in tho oftlce. ,
Captain W. H. Moore, the steamboqtwan
sf McKeesnort, whose financial troubles were i
aoted a fevt days uro, has effected an agreement
on terms of settlement with hiscredi- ,
!ors. His liabilities are about $100,000 and i
Ids assets about half that amount. He has |
igreed to pay -10 cents on the dollar in four }
payments of 10 per cent, each running over a j
term of two years and a majority of liij ,
creditors have agreed to accept, i
VmRBltltmi. ^MoinUar VI :??>.
!?ami stationary. Tho weotiirr is cool aud I
Honuy. j
^T^?IITHE G"REAT GERMAN j
: n[?J REMEDY !
ifoanHBaJ FOR PAIN '
!: Ifimnnranmnffl^llliin ncllpTc* Rod cum
'I ' 3f2l lil'KUJLVTISM,
! 11 iZJQ Neuralgia, J
; ji|| '' -IZr1! Sciatica, Lumbago, t
' hackacijk, i
I I! EA DACiiE, TOOTHACHE, J
Jj taiUMvl SORE THROAT, 1
I QVissy, swellings, ,
, [iililfiffiM Nl'RAIXH, i
' }lllimimwnff|Hln SorenBM, Cut?, Bruitei, l
fimkithto, t
jl'l ItVR?(N,^|.QN,
iVtid nil chorally nclien c
man. Fin* cents a bottle.' f
Plli^lllllllP%B^ Sold by nil DniRKUtu and t
' h mnirpptfl^m; iRn^uaJW WrecUo,w ln 11 V
jlfjlib **" c'l^r'!, * Vsjeltr Co, i
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NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
NUMEROUS INTERESTING ITEMS.
Another Dentil >?r Hurnlnu-A Hatch of Hallroatl
Jf Attcru?F?rftoni?! >'ote* from Various Place*.
Occurrences out or the Ordinary nil
oyer the llotue Xena Held,
A new literary society has been Instituted
at Fotonmc, this county.
Tho ponds about kittle Washington nre
frozen hard onongh to allow skating*
The Woman's Temperance Union of
WoyneaburK has opened a reading room.
The new Opera House at Cadiz, Ohio, will
bft dedicated in holiday week, The sealing
capacity will be OOO.
aw jiuiuingiuii mere is one case ni anmii*
pox. 'J'ht? JJiwirtl of JlejiUJi him, however,
taken every precaution lo |>rovunt linisptead.
A number of now buildings are being erected
over at -litJMVllle, timl u number huvo
been contracted for, to be built in the spring.
The water from u large number of wolls in
Little Washington has been analyzed by
Professor Linn and found pure in nearly every
Instance.
Lost week a package containing (wo silk
(lreas patternn was sent from Littlu Washington
to Claysvllie, Uy express, and on reaching
that place wum ?tolen or la ken away by ,
nustakp. The package was worth $50 to $7o.
The TaKKart IJroa. of Valley Grove lmve
sawed 7ft,WW feet of timber on their contract |
work, besides various bills for transient customers.
They anticipate purchasing shortly
a Jarge timber tract In order to meet the
heavy demands for timber.
A wheel broke under one of two loaded
mine cars on Ullc Garden plane at lied moot
Saturday, causing them to break apart. One 1
ran oil", striking and fatally injuring Tho?. 1
iirown, laborer, who was standing on a load ;
house at the foot of the plane.
Saturday morning last, Fes ton Joyce, a
section hand on the Panhandle railroad, liv- \
ing at Collier's station, attempted to cross i
the track by crawling under a car, when the
train started and, before he could escape, the 1
wheels passed over his leg, cutting it oft' at
the joint. 1
The Point Pleasant speaking of (ho :
railroad brlUgeat that point, Buys: "The excavation
for tho bridge piers has disclosed
the fact that a heavy vein of iron ore underlies
tho river.ut this place. Thoy drilled into
it about 8 feet anil did not get through it. '
The piers all ml on this iron bed."
Friday evening last a terrible accident happened
at the home of John l'uul, near Lone
Pine,Washington county, which resulted in
tho death ol .Mrs. Lydia Walton, aged, 7'-' ;
years. In passing the grate her apron took
lire. Before aid arrived slio was terribly
burned, and expired on Saturday morning.
Last Wednesday evening the IIrat passenger
train over the Ohio Central railway arrived
in the west end of Charleston with a nuiuber :
of prominent Ohio' gentlemen on board.
They were on business connected with the ,
new enterprise and 10 see if the half had
been told them of that land of mineral
wealth?tho Kanawha Valley. ,
A very snd accident occurred at tlife resl- i
dence of Mr. Tuy lor Sines, an energetic young
farmer, residing near Oakland, on the
Youghlougheny river, last week, resulting in
the death of his little dnughtor, ltebecca Lu- <
cretia, aged 8years. About 7 o'clock in the '
evening the Utile child was sitting at a stand ?
studying her lessons, by the light of u coal
oil lamp, with a newspaper spread upon the
stand upon which the lamp was standing. A
smaller child took bold of the newspaper and 1
pulled the huup oil" the stand and into tho
lap of ltebecca, when the lamp almost instantly
exploded, covering her clothing villi
the burning iluid. The upper portion of her
body was burned to a crisp and she died {
soon after. * 1
MOU.VDSVtLLK, *
George Swarfs is having an addition built r
to his dwelling.
An additional set of bar rolls were received !
b ythe Kloiuati mill last Saturday. *
Mr. Melvin Richards and daughters, of ,
Wheel inc. were in town on RnturAuu. 1
The Kutio Btockdale put olt 40 tons of pig ^
metal for the Klotuuu null on her up trip. <
The number of eases of scarlet fever among :
the children here is increasing at an alarming
rate.
A 8ecoud one of 'William Jefferson's children,
a four year old hoy, di?d o( $earlet
fever yesterday morning.
The Marshall county Ikmhl will he reduced
in size next week, but greatly improved
in stvenvl' respects.
Messrs. Weaver, Itardali it Co., of the prison
hrootu shop, received a big lot of sewing
twine, about a ton, yesterday.
About twenty miners are employed at the
Union Goal Works, and new "rooms" are being
opened near the bottom of the slope,
which largely increase the amount of coal
put out.
Two c>r Mftfe attempts 10 burglarize S. A.
Walton's jewelry, store, in the tower ward,
were made duriug the past week, the wouldbe
burglars being scared aivay each time by
Mr. Walton.
On Thursday evening next Mr. Aduison
Harris will take unto himself" ft wife in the
person of Miss Jessie Richardson, sister-inlaw
of C. A. Weaver, Ksq., of the Second
ward, at whose residence tae ceremony will
be performed.
A suit against one of our snloonists charged
with violation o? the liquor license ordinance,
was decided against tue town. The witness
testifying that he diu not pay for the liquor
thtniruwl nt ??.? o.wl 1.~ .lt.i
... ??u mat uc uw uui iiiLend
to pay for it.
Charley Senseney assumed command of
ijuite a numerous squad of sportsmen Satuilay
evening lasr, and.started out on a ruid
igainst the 'coons of tbo curroundlnp, county, 8
for the purpose of laying in a supply of t,
Thanksgiving meat. e
William 1'orter, who was serving an eleven }'
months' sentence in our county jail for assault
upon Captain Btotsberry, and was pur- loned
by the Governor two months ago, was
not able, on account of sickness, to be re-i
moved until last week.
"When W. S. Douglass. the 0rant county
murderer, and Jones, the Harrison county
ihootist, were being handcuffed together preparatory
to starting to Wheeling Saturday.
Jones said, In reply to tlm question what he
thought would be the result of his now trial,
'Well, I ejnect to get about ten years, and
Douglass will be bung, sure 3" Not especially
consoling to his fellow prisoner,
Colonel Caldwell's corps of Wheeling,
Parkersburg^ Charleston Jlailroad engineers
have completed the final survey of thu road
from Kenwood to a point two miles below
Moundsvjlle, and are pushing forward as
rapidly as possible. Mr. Caldwell, by his
jovial good nature and Apparently inexhaustible
fund of entertaining anecdotes, is
making a host of frionds here, and our people
will rogretio lose him from among them.
.Rev. J. P. Thatcher's Evangelical Holiness
jhurch.'in thu Sernrul wnf/1 " wnu i
Sunday. Several ministers were present,
iud the ceremonies were impressive. Nothing
less than tlie indomitable will and perseverance
^hown by Mr. Thatcher, almost
dnuie handed ns he has been in the undertaking,
could have accomplished tho building
ot this large church, Tho series
)? one hundred churoh services was held
Sunday. JluriflK tho evening services tho
:oi^mQdiou8 building was filled to its utmost
capacity, and considerable interest is already
iwakened among the congregation.
Mrs. Abe Good, of Cellaire, 0., was in town
i few days ago on rather a peculiar errand,
ft appears that Mrs. Good's father is in jail at
it Clairsville, upon the charge of throwing
itones at railroad caj#, and that Abe and
fesse Qqq(1 are tho principal witnesses
i^alnat the pld man. Mrs. Good came here
to get the proper certitlcuto from tho prison
tuthorities to substantiate the charge against
:ier husband and brother-in-law of having
served a term in the State prison here. She
littd no trouble in obtainhigthcdesireddocuments,
and was somewhat surprised herself
to find that her husband had swvod two
terms here. Tho object of the <*jrtiflcates
was to break down tbji evidence of the two I
nen against h?r {diner.
htkuiika villk.
"While in conversation with one of the
li rectors of the Kicbmond aud Island Creek
ailroad yesterday u reporter was informed
lmt the Pennsylvania Company had made a
proposition to tho'directors looking towards
i purchase of tho road bod. Ab the company
s making a preliminary survey from tho
iver up King's creek towards Pittsburgh, it
8 generally believed they contemplate bridgng
tho river at Itrown'b Island ?nd opening
ip tho vast coal Held along Island creek in
he direction of Jvichruottd, Juft'ewon county.
Thooontraot for titling up tho now Postifllce
room in the Opera House was awarded
esterday. Tlie ofllce will be one of the
lnest in Eastern Ohio, and a decided im>rovemcut
over the nrosent one. An effort
rill be made to have the office kept open
lay and night for tho accommodation of
uiRiuessmen. Under the present arrangenent
all Jotters must bem/uJed bp/ore 0 v,
t, to insure their departure east, and vest on
the early morning trains. There has always
been more or lew complaint against this arrangement.
Everything is not working harmoniously
along the line of the Cleveland, Youngstown
<fc Pittsburgh road. As was noted in the Inusluokwckk
yesterday morning, the engineers
hare located the road down Wills Creek to
within lour miles of the river. Now it appear*
that some years ago a charter whs obtwined
for a road from Hrowu's btatiun. via
Richmond, to Canton, known as the Richmond,
Island Creek it Mineral Point Railroad
Company, that under that charter, a right of
way was obtained and ten tulles of the line
graded for (i narrow gauge road; that is, from
Richmond to the Oijlo river. Those Interested
in (he road claim that the 0., Y, & 1*.
is only an extension of the original rotul to
Cleveland, and that under the chirter the
company will bo compelled to follow the R.,
J. 0. A M. I'? survey to the river at Vrown'a
Station. It la claimed that the location ol
the road down Wills Greek hoi not been positively
determined upon. Jt looks to an out*
aider, at present, very much as if two roads
would ho built in the near future through
the county In the direction of itichuibnd.
HKLLAIKK.
Ilev. Dr. Mills and wife,of Cambridge, were
In town yesterday.
Schick's coal mines are lo he counected
with our telephone system.
Major H. (J. Dane will lecture Friday
evening In tlin Methodist Church. '
A new telephone is being put In at the C.
it I'. freight ottice, connectlngitdirectly with
the Uellalro central olllce.
Messrs. Henry Landkrohn and H. 0. Wilson
left yesterday to spend some time hunting
in the lilne Judge Mountains.
jiev? j\. w.jmusieiton the carJ.y train yesterday
for J'-nst Liverpool, where the business
bouse of Ills sou was destroyed by tire.
Miss Frances Schick, who has been very
dck for aoiuo time, died yesterday forenoon,
and will be buried Wednesday afternoon
from her mother'# home, west of town? at
lialf past I o'clock.
Persona who went to the M. K. Church Sunday
to hear Jtev. A. J{. Clwpnuttt preach,
found the announcement a mistake, but they
listened to an excellent termon to tiio children
by the pastor, Jtev. A. W. Butts.
Tho young ladies of the First Methodist
Church holu u festival this evening at the
home of Mr. 0. It. I,azure, on Gravel Hill,
the proceeds to help pay for tho new organ
which was used for the lirst time Sunday.
W. C. liaranrd's coal chute at the river has
beenalteredund so much Improved that It
can load barges In short order. He-atherington's
Belmont Coal Works, too, have just
tinished u new chute out on large piers, and
working on a new plan In some respects. It
is some distance above the old ones, and a
new tramway has been laid front the mine
to it.
martin's FllimY.
Mr. White is moving into his new house in
PraulPs addition.
Fino large plate glass is being put in the
front of the new hotel by James Little.
The Little Anna will run Thanksgiving
lay, early and late, after all performances.
Round trip 10 cents.
Mr. Sargent, n pig iron salesman, from
Cincinnati, was here yesterday, lie reports
Iheirop business booming.
^ Our j>ollci! complain that business is dull;
ity me new arrani-ement rolicnmnn Newlund
lnesduty iu the First ward, Harrison in the
3ecomlunil Linn in the Third.
ro thoEdllofof the lntelllgcnccr.
Bui:?'Wo desire to return our thanks to
nany friends for their kindnessandsyntpathy
luring the illness of our lost son Frankie.
J, 1$. Crowl,
Annie L. Crowl.
new ciimrkuukd.
11. E, Lindsay returned home on Saturday
light from West LaPayette, Ohio, where he
jud spent a week making an invoice of L. 0.
smith's store.
A rumor has gained circulation that on
Thursday night during the festival one of
heproniinont members of the hand will he
oined in the holy bonds of matrimony.
Miss Minnie Abrams returned home on
Saturday evening from a canvassing tonrof
lix months. She traveled over nearly the
vhole of the Western Reserve and Northastern
Ohio.
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This Powilcr never varies. A marvel o! purity
trength ftit'l vholesomeness. More economical
tmii the ordinary hindu, and cannot be poltl in
orapetUion "With the inuUltudo o( low test, short
rclKht, ulum or pliosplmto powderv. soi.i> qsi.y
S Cash. ROYAL MAKING I'OWDKR CO.,
nol7-i>AW 10?*. Wall Street. New Vork.
Ho Whiskey!
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not composed
mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a 1
fruitful source of intemperance
by promoting a desire
for rum.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a noniiitoxicating
stimulant, and
it will, in nearly ever)' case,
tal<c tlie place of all liquor,
and at the same time absolutely
kill the desire for
wliiskey and other intoxicating
beverages.
Rev. G. YV. Rice, editor of
the American Christian Rcviao,
says of Brown's Iron
Hitters:
Cin.,0., Xov. 16,18S1.
Gents:?The foolish wasting
of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indulgence
of our people, makes
your preparation a necessity; I
and if rmnliort ".?tt ?>?? ?. I *
tireds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
Brown's Iron Bitters
lias been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debility,
overwork, rheumatism, I
neuralgia, consumption, I
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c., and it never
fails to render speedy and
permanent relief.
CLOAKS &0.-0BQ. R. TAYLOR, j
GEO. R.TAYLQR,
1150 MAIN STREET,
CLOAK
I
Department
I
pi, ~
W'fi liog to Int'orm our customers
Unit wo will pliuto mi sulo on Moiiiliiy
ttioruliii; our
IYJ2W STOCK
-OKSEAL
SKIN
SACQUES.
Anil oiler them nt fairly remunerative
111-ices. In tlie selection ol'
tills stock w? confined ourselves to
tlie best known manufactures uuil
tlio better grades, ami feel that lill
tlio goods we oiler in lliis line are
worthy of our recommendation,
liotii as to quality ami shape. Tlio
shape ol our Siicijues this season
ilillers somewhat from that ot former
years, anil -we consider tUo
cliungo au improvement. We shall
lie glad to show our Seal Sne<|ues
to all who may cull, whether tliey
wisli to bay or not.
Ren R Taulnr
VUUI 811 B ta|syu I
CLOAK DEPARTMENT!
Having enlarged this department
we are prepared 1o offer great inducements
to customers in variety
ol' styles ol'
CIItCULAIIS,
DOLMANS,
I'ELLISSES,
NAClJIi ES,
JACKETS, Sc.
f&rtfli ft Tmil (B?* I
dbu. n. i dyiui.
CLOAK DEPARTMENT!
Geo. R.Taylor.
OUR STOCK
-of-;
Misses' Cloaks
Of all Sizes and a variety of Styles
will lio complete on Montlay morning,
ami we will lake pleasure in
showing tliem to nil who may wish
lo sec them.
Geo. R. Taylor.
DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT! j
Stock nil lieiv ami coiiijdeto, comprising
some rare linrgnins in nil
llio new shades ol'
WINE, .
GBBEN,
BLUE
Diagonal and Cord Suitings
AT REDUCED IMilCKS.
Geo. R. Taylor.'
noJT *
^vantbdT
"\\7" ^ ^ T E I) ?SITUATION" (jv* '?
Sienily work ffuanuiteed, l.l,'*d7 alh^i'
riihl
^GJCXTS WAyfSJa^?
MOTH nit, HOUR AXI) in.
Kr if"! Offt Book A rlrl '
_ .???-ovrjwiicre, alike in t<mu or I
country. tmlonwl bjr the Ptew, Cltrxy ?uA tvy. I
; vie. a. rntw chunetj to wake monty. s?ti<i ur I
term* ami lull tlwrlptioa to s. I). TftOMPsON X I
(Kl., i'uhllshprn. Ht. Uiul*. Mo. mfj TTtmw I
FORRPNT. ~~~ I
^oFUESTT I
| tins room rccent))' occupied by the Fe?b:>ly in, I
?untuce Company, \
No.m'OURTKRN'-U 8TRKKT, J
| under Opera Horn l'ow?loii nlvcn luiufciliu* I
i iy. Kwiulre,
' VKAUODY IS8UK\N(1R CO.. I
1 won Uw BnlUlliu. No. liUI MtrluM S> m.
pOH RKST. ~ ^ 1
I I'fttt of tlio wound tloor nml nil ?! the 1
I jiartof the OW Smith HtvVcry BulUlnn,com*r 1
I Seventeenth ami CUftpUne ?l?et'ls. bulldlug |? yj 1
1 foot by 140 feet. Will louse for fiveyear*. I
KUSK1SK A ALLISON, Att'ji. I
1 noH HI* Maikot .-irm. I
I general notices. ~~ I
xjotioeT I
1 A general meotlnc ot Stockholder* ol tlie &#n I
! wnon Iron WorliK wilt be held at the coiBprny'* I
mlneli?ftl otllcc, K<>. 11 Fourteenth ntnvt. on Tum- I
diiy, tlic 12th daj'of December, lbS'2, at ? o'clock I
!'' " Brontoolllie
_ uiknctom. 1
i ai.qnzq louiw. soc'y. gok i
jy^'otlce to tax l'aykks " i
i citv (^knx'momcr, ) i
! whkkuno, \v. vam novomt*r 16, issi. i i
Notice 1* hereby ttlven that CITY TAXriJ for the I
year 1SS2 at? uow Uuu and oajuble. Unlw* tmlil 1
| before January 1*1, ISM, Interna will be rtaned 1
i thereon at the wit' 61 tan (10) jtcr centum. I
1'rtank 1SOWU?, i
tu.vr. ?'ity clfrk. i
gealed lmloljoalals.
i viieku.so, nftvemter23, ij8.'. i
' Sealed 1'ropoml* will be received nt u?e offley o| \1
the Trustees of the tins Worts of the City o! \\b**l- 1
lug until Tuesday, November 28th, ut 0 o'clock t, 1
si.. lor cleaning, lightliigaud (.'kiiikulhiiltit tVteOll I
Lainju of the city. hurt supplying Mine with oiuud i
wicks f or one ywr. Contractor lo fclve bond with I
approved security lor fulfillment ol coniwi.
Tnw:ce? iCH'ive the rftfbt to reject tttiy or *.11 bid4.
lly onler of the Trustees.
HtV2t K. HA'/.l.hTT.Src'r. I
for sale. i
sale. 7 !
Eighty acres of Coil, fif> seres of surUrv, ibfcb I
includes 15 acres of River Ibttom, ami about },Ko I
f :et frontage ou river, with good landing, one wile I
above lop mill. , , i
1. lltwis, affcnt,
?o25 Ko.iM Twelfth Street. I
j^ur sale at a b aug a in. 1
Eight hundred and twenty-one Am* ol finely
timbered laud, about live miles Kmthmtnf Bwv
ton C. 11.. W. Vh.. uii the watem of the Kilt Hirer.
Tiie land Is underlaid wfthcoal nut! the limber can
be Honied down Ellc River to market. ^lto SOW
acres of timbered land in i'erry fountv,Tonnes**
W. V. llOOK" A MO.,
oc7 lSOQMmketBtieet.
For sale?west Virginia coal
AND TIMBER LASD8.
A tr*clof HSnctfs, 60 acres under cultivation,
balance well timbered; peacn and apple orchanl;
no buildings. l'rice $l2peracn!. T tile jx-rfect. !
A tract of "2,f>00 acre#, VrtldiiblelfHibcrHtiJ ?r jzinij
land, C% foot vein o? coal; $5.00 j-er ucre. Wu?,
one-hall cash, balance one and t?n yearn. Title '
fully warranted. Location near Pretton C. H, Ayply
lo ALEXANDER HOSE. IKII Market ttreet,
O.t Block, comcr Market and Twelfth Mreet*. nofl
I?OR SALE?A VALUABLE P1KCR
. ol ({round east aide of Chnpllnestreet, ou
which stands an old frame teunement, number^
J110, between Eleventh and Twelfth urefta-belait 1
the only available building lot in that vviydeifable
locality. Terms ea*y. Apply to
ALEXANDER BONK,
Real Estale Agent and Broker, llf-'l Market ilreti.
"Oil's Block," corner Market and TwelJHi.?ir?K
uol7
Tj^ 0 R SALE?Til AT VERY COMKOHT- I
X? ABLE two *lon* dwelling, muab?e<l l&oa I
South l'enn slreet, Tho house is convenient, fur
nished with pas, water and Bath room, llnWifJ I
at lie, and excellent dry cellar, and In a very dttlra- I
ble neighborhood, ivltuln n abort distance of the I
Citizens* railroad. The price is very iraMnible; I
terms easy. Apply to \
ALEXANDER HONK. I
Real Estate Agent and Broker, No. 11W Mattes 1
street, "Oil's Bluck," comer Market and Twellh
streets. noli _
jQ ESI R ABLE HOME FOR SALE.
Contains one acre of ground improved, on tvhlcli
is ereclcd a very comfortable two-story b-kkdwr)!fng
containing eleven rooms, all of theia In lbt>
best of order, with halls and side entrances: the
stairs and halls lira Well planned and neatly arranged
: the entire nronerly wJUiiii arid iriinout
presents comforl and cleanliness. Only reftKin for i
selling, reduced kIk? of family resident. The prlc?
Is low and the terns easy. Location fifteen minutes
walk from hoilofllfc. Apply to the Agent,
ALEXANDER DON*,
?iu.. .uuiKeirtirxTi, uu moclt, corner ilarket ?oii
Twelfth Streets. faces
JpOR SALE.
180 Acres ofOlilo Co., Va?
On tlie Homjiftold Railroad, two mile*. from "tfat i
Alexander. 1'a.. iimlon the National Road *fc'ultultle
for ii dairy fniin. W ill wateredand I'mbfif".
But it few steps from Uie door to Itftllrowi Station.
iGllmore's Crossing). All Uarnsundsltcdsrequited
on n well regulated farm.
For informationita toprhv, Ac., otlilrca
I). T. ATKINSON*,
nolS-n.tw \VfM Alexander. Wnflilimtnn Co.. f'?.
AMUSEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY KVEXIXO, NOV. SStli.
XUo Only* The OH^liwi,
WILL APPEAR
Tlio Grand Comic Opera Conipauy,
From Tlmlltt Theatre, New York.
(!ARI< HERMANS Manner.
The Largest and Most Complete Foreign Organic
tioa In America,
In the last and greatest Knroneaii OpernlleSuocrcf.
hi Three Acts, by Jonattn Strauis,
A Jie iVxerry YViir!
Willi Original Ciul and wimc 1-arco and Powerful
Chorus that made lusuraiw in N?w York.
Ef.KOi.VT (.'OSTCMEK, AUOMKSTKD OBCIfCST/U.
I'KICllS.?l'nrrjuel and Drts* Circle $1.00; Hererval
Scuts 91.25. Gallery, !<Q cents; i!c>ene<l
Hc?i? "jceiiif. Scuts on wile at Wilson a Hauraer'i
music store, sale to commence Saturday, November
&?th. no/.'
OPERA HOUSE.
AVoilnpsduy 11111I Tlinrmlnjr, Xov.-H A- 311.
MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY,
Direct from tlicfr engagement In Net ri'orV CI if.
KVKKVIIODV'8 FAVORITE.
futewell Tour previous to her departure for w*
rope, little
Minnie Palmer!
As TINA In Win. GUI'* aiicco??fiil comedy, r*vl?<-d,
rewritten, and entitled
]>Iy .Sweetliearf
Oilier character* by ,
TNO. It. ROGERS COMEDY CO.,
And the popular comedian, R. IX GRAHAM,
Including New* Nualc. Mirth, MliclM Soap.
I>UbU, Dance*. Ac.
Reserved Seats 51.00. Admission 75 and M c*aUNtatlneo
I'rUcaSOnud 25 cent*. iteterwd <?
:cntx. ficau oil Mile at Wilson ?fc H^uiner muw
'tort', fiile to cnnimcnft! Tucsri* r- Soy. ."1p- "?-t
DENTISTRTi
THE
Sew Terlt Denial Com|?ii}'? Ofl!(fr
MaO MAIN ST., WIIKEUKO,
Hiring the pait ye,rTln>U!t*nJK olTeelh Uvebwn
extracted at 25 ct-rrtt each.
BEST C3-LJ JVL feS-faXO
AT KItiliT DOI.I.AHd FEU SOT.
$8.00. $100.
Oim kIvoii for IVinlcwt Ex lrnctlo?TjfcJb-, Mcti
ttU'jr* UK-". McCOKM'.l'IC ft hho._
QRS. SURG WON A SOK,
DENTISTS,
No. 1HJ Marital itrwt. Vfhwllui. w. V*.
All operations wirmnted, l?'v

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