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U MKKLIMU, \Y . VA.TJANUAHV 10, 1880. 1
Publuned dally (Sundays exocpted) by y
FKEfl, CAMPJJELL & HART, - Prop's,
At Nos. % and 27 Fourteenth street.
TERMS OK DAILY. 1
Ono copy one year?W 001 Throe month*. 1200
Six months.... 4 001 One mouth 0
Delivered by carriers In dty. lfic per week. <
TKRM3 OK SEMI-WEEKLY.
Ono yea*.- ...93 001 Six months 41 80 (
TERMS OK WEEKLY.
One year. 41001 Six mouth*..... 66 ,
Greet reduction to Clubs. Send lor sample copy And
circulars. Address <
FREW, CAMPBELL & IIART,
Wheeling. W. Va. 1
[Entered at tho Postofllce at Wheeling. W. Va.. ai
pwoud claw matter.]
Solvation vs. Law. '
The Sanation Army is bringing into
disrepute tho aims of that organization
by the stubborn acta of some of its members.
There is no denying the fact that it
has accomplished some good. Its methods
ami manner of worship rcacli a.claas that
cannot Imj touched by the voice from the
pulpit whose hearers sit in cushioned
pews. Bat allowing lor the good tho
Army has done, certain actions of sorao of
its otlleers have brought opprobium upon
it, No ono deuies tho Army tjio right to
parado through the streets in a decent,
orderly manner; by this means it may
attract a sinner to repentance. But when
it sets at defiance the laws and breaks
over the proprieties of conduct and then
defies the courts of justice it is tiiuo to call
a halt.
In Wilkesbarro a disgraceful scene was
enacted last Sunday, in which a "lady"
member broke her tambourine over the
head of a-policeman who was trying to
keep order, and oil arresting her a cry of
indignation went up which the police
judge the next morning re-echoed by discharging
her after he had given, orders to
tho police to see that tho meetings of the
Salvation Army were conducted with
propriety and decency. This is only one
case. Similar circumstances have arisen
in various cities of the country, und the
aggravation has been invariably on the
side of tho Salvationists, so-called.
To hammer a policeman, over the head
with a tambourine hutil tho sheepskin is
a tangle of shreds docs not seem to tho
critical obsorver tho mission of an angel
of mercy or a messenger of peace. Far
from it. Some of tho members of the
army poso in prison for violatiug municipal
laws as martyrs, refusing liberation on
a promiso to do better. This is a species
of martyrdom that calls for condemnation,
because thero is no persecution in
it, for as many souls can bo saved by the
methods of the Army by complying with
tho provisions of tho law as by breaking
over them?in fact more. The martyrdom
of tho Salvation Army, as its members
would have the public believe, is not
the persecution of Paul or Stephen, but is
the silly obtuseness of those persons who
put not only their faith in aSupremeBeing,
' but draw thoir salaries from a credulous
*" following who good naturcdly follow thera
from a spirit of thankfulness.
The Salvation Army has done good?its
results are apparent in this city?but when
it sets itself up against the majesty of the
law it weakens its. power, not "only with
its following, but those who stand aloof
and applaud its motives.
The old "amen corner" in the Methodist
church may bo a thing of tho past in
tho light of modern religion, it may not
ho proper now in tho weekly prayer meeting
to accent an honest confession; but
with all that the time lias not yet como when
tho common proprieties of life can be overlooked
and the law set at defiance, even
in the causa of religion as practiced by
tho Salvation Army. Order, it is said, is
the lirst law of Heaven, and if this class
obey that injunction there will bo no
trouble. That they have not obeyod tlmt
commandment is evidenced by the disgraceful
affairs that have been chronicled
in the press from day to day. To gain
tho confidence of the public as to their sincerity
the members of the Salvation Array
v must comport themselves as tho law
directs and not as their enthusiasm
prompts. If they keep within bounds
they may do good, but as soon as they set
themselves up as superior to the ordinances
which they knowingly break, the organization
loses its influenqo and weakens its
power. '
BREAKFAST HUD GET.
F. II. Snyder, Inventor of a dynamite
shell gun, has been invited to England to
lav the apparatus before tho British Admiralty.
A Texas county Judgo recently delivered
a" farewell address which cxcitod tho admiration
of all his friemln. until some officious
person discovered that Washington
had delivered the same address many years
ago.
A distinguished divino of the Qualrer
Oity was asked the other day whose stylo
ho would prefer to havo, Emerson's, or
Oliver Wendell Holmes'. "I would prefer,"
Was his answfcr, "to writs like Holmes,
but to think liko Emerson."
According to tho Cincinnati Price Current,
the hog-packlng lor tho wholo country
to date Is already 805,000 larger than
last year, wliilo the entire season up to
March 1 the estimated increase is 1)00,000
hogs. Besides this the incrcaso in tho avorago
might is about 5 porjent.
Tho greatest miser in Indiana put his
savings into life insurance policies, and
denleiu himself all luxuries and most comforts
in order to pay tho premiums, though
his heirs wero distant relatives, for whom
ho seemed to coro nothing. They will :
get, now that hu is dead, about $34,000.
Osman Bailoy, who was born on Edisto
Island, S. C.r ownod a plantation and
slaves there until the war impoverished ;
him. Then he hauled lumber for a timo, 1
and at length he became a street car '
driver. He sticks to his car, notwithstanding
his wife's undo, Thomas Whltride,
of Baltimore, died the other day,
leaving liar a large sharo of $3,000,000.
In the lead production of different conntrios,
Spain holds the first place, the j
amount reaching some 120,000 tons in one
year, or ono-sixth more than America, :
which comosnoxt on the Hat, whilo Gcr- i
many follows noxt with 00,000. Of Spain's
total production, some 07,000 tons are do- '
rived Trotn one district, that of Linares,
ta which more than 800 minesjare registered.
1
An actor In a travoling company meant J
to telegraph to his agent in town: "Let
the newspapers know that I have bcon j
hurt in a railroad accident," and at the j
eatno time wrote Uie truth lor jiw wile: "i i
am only slightly scratched;" but the .
messages got transposed, and the shocked '
wife is dangerously ill. i
Qtinesvllle bag a citizen who Is known '
all over the county as a ''forty cents man."
Whether ho hires a man or a boy he only !
pays him forty cento per day; if ho hires '
himself to any one he only jtsks forty 8
cents; if he makes a bid or an ofTer for 8
anything it is only forty cents; if he i
awapa horsoi, cows, or anything, he cither i
a?ks or pays forty centa difference. Ho !
estimates the value of all thjngs in hia
mind at forty cents.
Judging from the following paragraph in
the Uluo Rapids, Kan., Timet, prohibition
doe* not always prohibit in that State:
"Which lhall go, the Ladies' Library At- j
J-JDL
ociation or Uie liquor business? The
Irunkenmen who stsggertd through our treets
on Saturday night last, nuking the
to blue with oaths and shouts tor Gleve
and, rendered It entirely unsafe for your J
laughters to rialt the library, or for those \
rho have it in charge to return home." "
THE LOCAL HOOK-STORE.
iVhy th? Public is at Fault?Huylog
Boolu.
IF. JtlOardmixfutlUm llvdly.
But the public, 1 fear, Is more at fault
:han the bookseller. It has Its own duty
;n tho matter and should not neglect it
Every man and woman of intelligence
}ught to.be a frequent visitor at the noarest
book-store, lie or she ought to keep
Irack of the fresh arrivals of books, and of
the advertisements and reviews in the
newspapers and magazines. We buy food
and clothing when we must, we buy books
when wo are tompted to do so; and
we ought to put ourselves iu the way
of being tempted. The bookseller fa
trying to sell wares which not all
want, if you feel that you belong tft the
more intellectual part of the public, you
have a duty to him, anil should see to it
that his wares do not go unbought?or at
least unnoticed. A reader ought to buy
according to his ability: a hooka week,or
month, or year, or once in ten years. Do
not wait for the subscription agent to
cotno along with his flaring monstrosity
at 'double price: go to the headquarters
and do your own selecting, if you Jcnow
enough to do so, or think you do. Encourage
the good and discourage the bad; there
are plenty, perhaps, to buy the "cheap
or mean pamphlet, but you are the one
wlxo ought to buy the standard book.
Talk about the new books you seo. Familiarize
yourself with the books you don't
buy; tho bookseller wants you to know
what ho bus. By so doing you buy the
gist of a dozen books at the price of one,
and thus keep up with tho times at small
cost. II you buy something, the Beller is
glad to have you examine many tilings;
and the ultimate advantage is mutual.
He wants to know what you think of his
stock, and he is entitled, as follow-worker
in agood cause, to tho, bonefit of your
friendly help. And conversation witn
others, on tho subject of now books, is always
profitable "all round,"
'1'licn, again, -whatever may bo tho trull)
of the idea of "protection to home industries,"
the local nook storo certainly ought
to receive a certain amount of voluntary
protection at your hands.' If 'your town
has no book store, by all means buy where
you can, unless you can induce somebody
to start one near you. But if jrou live
in a country town with a fair book
BtorOfaKilon't' savo all your money to
spend in Springfield or Providence,
or Albany or -Cleveland. If you
livo in a tolerably large city, don't
think you must wait to do all your bookbuying
until you go to Now York or Chicago.
No kind of storo will sooner die
without a deliberate cultivation than a
book store, and it w worth protecting,
even at the cost of a little inconvenience,
for the sake of the good it will do to vou
and others. It is, in fact, a local thermometer,
which tells whether tho intellectual
soil and temneraturo aro warm
and fertile, or cold and non-prodnctive.
Are you proud of your local book-store,
or ashamed of it? If the forinor, you deserve
credit for some of its glory and good
work, if you have done your duty. If yon
aTe ashamed of it?daro I say that you
ought to be just a little ashamed of yourGood
Word fur a Good Man.
Charleston Journal.
C. D. Thompson, Vice President for
tho Wheeling District of the Amalgamated
Association, and late delegate to the
Republican National Convention from
Ibis State, was nominated for City Sergeant
o! W heeling on Saturday last The
position, capacity and influence of Mr.
Thompson make their influonco fit to be
made. Emphasis is given to these reasons
when it is remembered .that the nominee
bulongstothu ranks of the toilers. The
Republican party is often charged with
being managed in the interests of capital
nlone?and with ignoring tho claims of
tho workingman. The truth is that the
croed of tho party teaches justice to all
and proper legislation to protect and foster
the interests of the laborer, and him
who, by protracted effort of mind and
l./wlw Imu nlonorl in ofnpn munh nonlnnf
the demands of life, equally nnd aiiko.
Protection and defenso of capital and
labor ia the corner Btone of the Republican
faith. "Equal and exact justice to
all" ia the foundation upon which the
whole superatruction of Republicanism
rests. Removed and the party will topple
to its fall.
The 'W&ntiJoap.' Ask your jcrocer for it
DI?D.
FHIIEB-On Tuesday, January II. 1885, at 4:88
p. v., UkorqL' W? youngest son of Ilenjamin and
Emma Fisher, hi the 16th year of hli ago.
The funeral will toko place from tbe residence of
hli parent*, No. 01 Fourteenth street, thisafternoon
at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho family aro respectfully
Invited. Interment private.
lUZEIl-On Monday. Jauunry 13,1885, at tho residence
of his father-in-law, Fjwsk U.UizKU,ngod 27
ye?rsaud 12 days.
The funeral will take place from the residence ol
his father-in-law, AloiuoNeubergcr, No. 8 Twentythird
street, this-morning at 0 o'clock. Friends of
tho famllr aro Invited. Interment at ML Calvary
Cemetery.
MORAN?On Wednesday, January 14,1885, at 2
o'clock p. v., IIabbiet, wifo of Peter Moron, In the
IGth year of her age.
' Funeral from her lato resldcnco. No. 22 Twentieth
street, Friday morning nt 0 o'clock. Friends are
Invited to attond. Interment at Mt. Calvary ComEtory.
?
Collavs an?t (EufCs.
" // ( COLLARS
wC ^CUFFS
BK 0EARIN0 THIS MA**
W. m M "
WVl FINEST GOODS
V EVER MADE,
^ sow 111 Linen, doth
|? av1 LiningsandExteriors.
$ Ask fbr them.
H. 80NNEBQKN.
no21 Agent for Wheel lng,
TRAVELERS' GUIDE, _
A RRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
CX.TRAJNS--Explanation of Reference Mark*.
'Dally. jSimdny excepted. JMoudity Excepted.?
Wheeling Time:
" I Depart Arrive.
II. A 0.11. It?Eajtt.
Express 7:00am 8:10 pm
Express 6:80pm *10:15am
Cumberland Accom. 8:20 a m 5:35 pm
Manuington Accom - 4:10pm 8:80am
tfoondivllle Accom 11:8$ am 1:20 pm
nr.
Express (Chicago and Col)...... * 9:10 ami 4:06 a m
SxproflB (Chicago and Col) * 7:05pm 7:50 a m ,
Express (Chicago and Col) 11:20 pm* C:15 p m
CanexvUte Accom 8:40.pm 0:25 am
Sanesvllle Accom, 7:86 am 4:Kpm
W.,P.AH.Dlv.
Washington ami Pittsburgh... * 4:10 am *11:06 pm
Waihingtonand Pittsburgh... 8:25am f 7:00pm ,
Washington and Pittaburgh.i. 6:20 pm f 11:06am
Washington t 4:06 p m 8:10 a m
P., C. a 8t* L? By.?East. ,
Pittsburgh.-.....-.. t 6:20 a m 17:20 p m
Pittsburgh and New York f 1:20 pm f 8:85 pm
Pittsburgh and New York f 4:46 pm f 11:05 am
Hill'.
Sxprew, Chi.ami St. touts f 8:65am | '
Sxprcus, Cln. and Bl Louis,... f 4:45 p m f 7:20 p m
?xpra* BteubeavlUo 4 Col.. } 15?pm } 8:85 pm
dlxeC t 5:40 pm f 7:40 am :
C. A P. It. K.
ftI."Iiuhrh 6:67int 8:28pm
Wellsbun, Clevo. & ( hi... r ?:tMam 8:23 a m
Itta., New York A Chi........... fll:12am 6:03pm
Ittsbuigh and Now York f 4:18 pm 12:83 pm
VclUvlUo 16KH pm t83Spm j
Cxprwi.'Cleveland,K. A W.... tlO.-OSam f 9:46pm <
Uillon Aocom M:?pm 2:52?m
It. Clalnrilla Accom............. 19:22 am 8:25am
it. Clatrsvlllo Accom - 11:80pm 12:26pm |
t. ClHlrsvlllo Accom?^. f 5:25pm f 440 pm j
tSSSr...*.!!. , ?:60a m *13:06 pm
'uwngor..MM.H~? * 4:00 p m * 9:50 pm
rrelthtZ. - 6:66am 6:85pm (
.Local and through tickets are sold via all the
boro lino at tfnfon Ballroad Offlce, 1200 Market 1
treot. Buy your ticket! there.
B., Z. A O. Batlrond.
Leare Bdlalratt 9:10 p.m. for ftuuMrfeld. J
Ci h u x/ji ? ij.j.
Sew ^fluertiscmcnt*.
I70E RENT?HOCSE OF EIGHT
1? Rooms, No. 109 Fourteenth street. House of
tight rooms, No. 22 Thirteenth street. Boom of
even rooms. No. 188 Zone street, Island. Apply to
y. IL RINBBABT, 1188 Market street. ft)8
JJOLLER
SKATES !
We have a large assortment of all sixes of Boiler
Skates ot the best makes. Call and see them at
NE8BITT A BRO/8,
Jsl6* 1811 Market Street.
ROLLER SKATING
POLOS 1
AT DINGER'S,
JUS 88 TWELFTH 8TRKET.
pOR RENT.
Two Five-roomed Houses on Twentieth street .
Two large Houses on Fifteenth street. (Two
Storo-rooras with Owe! Hugs. \
Several Ofllces and Booms.
Enquired H. FORBES,
Room 7 Custom House.
Telephone A-fiC.. - Jalfi
pOR RENT. I
Tbo Three-story Dwellirifc,
No. 1143 Market Street,
Now occupied by Dr. J. R. Surglsson. Apply to C
Mas. C. HARBOUR, ^
Jala 1141 Market Street
pjATBl
New Styles of STIFF HATS Just received at
0. A. BEOTEB'S, 1101 Main Street
Opening day for tbo celebrated Dunlap Silk and
SUIT Hats on or before March l.
J*16 0. A. BEPTKR.
XTEWSPAI'EUS.
New York, Baltimore. Pitiabuigh, Cincinnati and
Chicago Dal.7Papers; Literary Papers and Mouth- _
lies and Fashionable Mogaxines. (or sale by single number
and by theyear at publishers' lowest ruled.
Blank Books, .Stationery and Notions.
U 1L QUIMBY,
J*15 No. 1414 Market Street. JjlOB
SALE.
For the next sixty days I will offer at private sale I
? Small Farm on the National Road, one-quarter 1
mile east ol West Alexander, Pa., containing 1?K
auruf, with modern Improvements. Tho land lays
well and kandy to a good market, and wiU bo sold
cheap (or the location. Payments easy. Possession
given the first of April.
Enquire or aadrc? 8. P. MOSS,
jalfcrrhia . West Alexander, Pa.
FOR KENT OR FOR SALE.-BUSIncss
House fronting on Main and South
streets, numbered 1427 Mulu street, and 142-2 South
street. It is a three-story house with a paved cellar
aud a hydraulic elovator. Will reut or sell. Poe*
session idveu April 1.
For Kent?Six roomed House, No. 64 Seventeenth
stieet Desirable residence. No. GO North Front
street. Dwelling No. 102 Eighteenth street, and
many others too numerous to mention. For further
information enquire of JAMES A. 1IENBY.
Rial Estate Agent ana Notary Public, 1612 Market
street. JalS
THE MUfiClE ROLLER SKATE,
Nine reasons why it is superior to all othem.
1st. It is tho only adjustable button skate. 1
2d. It can be changed in sixo Instantly.
3d. It J* equal to four pair of auy other skato. i
4th. It has met with greater sucoess than all f
others.
6th. It Is the most rtmplo. 1
6th, It is tho moHt durable. "
7th. Jtcan be made plain or scientific.
8th. It is the only practical Rink Skate. 1
0th. It is endorsed by the finest experis and pro*
fesslonals in the world as being the llnest move*
meut.
' Chicago, III.
I did not try vour skated until, lout night I am
willing to skate upon them in preference to any
skate made. The rock to the skato is perfeot, and
1 must say I cau skata tho rolls with more cose and
grace than ou any other skate made.
J. M. COOK.
(Champion of tho Northwest)
Brooklyn, N. y. C
Tho skates have been received, tried arthe rink
by oxperts, and upproved. IIOB'T BUSSING. (Manager
Brooklyn Rink.) C
Piiiladslphu, Pa. t
I have skated as a professional {0 ten years, *
using during that time different skates, but find
yours superior to auy, and shall use them oxelu*.?...i
f:?" uj n nmuiii U
lively litiwauvr. ??. * . M. Vj
ROM K, Ga.
I havo been engaged In the roller skating businewt
for eight years and And your akato much superior
to all oOiere for general use.
' U. D. CIIAItLKd.
I havonsed nnd thoroughly tried oil tho various v
make* of roller skates, and 1 am freo to any that [
yourakato cans Ujo climax. They aro the moat |
durable aud simple I ever uaed, and aro beyond a I
doubt the beat for rluk manage! a or scientific
skating. A. ?. KSTABKUOK, Dayton, O,
(Champion o! America.)
We have been uuing your akates for tho last tfiree
months, and have plea?ure in stating that wo consider
it superior to any that we have ever wen or
used. RUSSIAN ROLLER PK VTK1U
With W.W.Cole's Circus. J.
We have bud ten yean experience in roller
skating in many countries, during which time we
havo tested a hundred or more different patterns.
Wo have bad your skate lu dally ?ue now over two
months and given it a fair trial. It Is superior to
any wo have used before.
* LANK BROTHERS, Professionals.
English Roller Skaters.
S. 10. BOYD,
JylS MARKET SQUARE.
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NICHOLAS 8CUULZ,
JaH 1810 Market Stirot.
piANO
TUNING.
Pinnoe Tnnod and Repaired at
Jag BAPMRR'8 MPBIC BTORg.
Steam faxhets.
)K KANAWHA RIVER fjjgB
DlSTiUCT-Tlio lino Stouncr
W. N. Cliouoollor,
*111 imyo (or all point* on the Kanawha River
Friday, January 16, at 4 o'clock i. v. For freight
ir pamago apply to FKANK BOOTH,
Jal4 Agent
riRAND EXOURSION TO , IT59> *
ur the world's kxpoernon.mfitra
rheatoamer
ANDES...................... -Cait. CHU. Mchuuum.
Owing to the uncertainty of tho weather during ^
he mouth ol January the steamer Andea haa de* fli
erred her New Orleans Rxcurrion until Tuesday,
'ebruary 3.18*8. The Andes will remain at New
)rleana at leatt aeven dayo. Fare for the round
rip. Fifty Dollar*, including boarding and lodging
rhllc at Now Orleans. Secure yeur rooma before I
Ffvi
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Reduction unheard
>f, as we wish to close
>ut the balance of our
Winter Cloaks before
tock taking.
;ur Lined Circulars
AT $25 00 and $28 00.
lardly the cost of the material
used in their manufacture.
ELEGANT
'LUSH SAGOUES
A.T $22 50.
BaTOn and aflor Holiday, January 5,
lore closes nt 8 1*. M., Saturdays exited.
}eo.E.Stifel&Co.
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REMNANT
SALE
AT
I <? RHflFlFS
/ Wl A 11 X A?' l^W
Ac CO.'S.
Remnants of Silks.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Remnants ot Dress Goods.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Remnants of Table Linen. ?
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Remnants of Embroideries.
J. 8. RHODES & CO. S3
Remnants of Sheeting.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Remnants of all kinds of Dry
rods.
, S. RHODES & GO.
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Best Soap for the Money Mad
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WHK COMPLAIN OF LARGE GAS BILLS
WHEN THE a
Ifloman'c' fifls Saving finvprnnr?
lvUllilill U UUU WUIIUQ Wiviuvi
is nsr your reach. {
Call and be convinced of its groat valuo. Distinctly understand we GUARANTEE YOU a Saving of
110 percent, or we return yoar MONEY. Tho Govornor will last for a lifetime, and never get* out
orklng oidcr. Wo warrant same for ten year*.
WHY CONDEMN THE GAB COMPANY? ?
Your local company Is compelled to employ tho vary excessive pressure of 4 inchos, or 40 tenths, in
>r to supply extreme points of consumption, thus resulting <11 an excessive supply to all intcrmo0
consumers, when it Is an actual fnci that a pressure exceeding five-tenths is simply a wusto of gas
money), with no corresponding benetU to the consumer*, whereas by attaching tho dleumuu Goverthe
pressu'o is equalized to live-tenths, resulting in a proportionate saving of gas.
Why should gas not require a Governor as well u* steam engines, water wheels, etc. What is true of
tn and water is equally true of gas, which we all know is more difllcult to control.
Prof. Horseford, of Harvard, says: "When gas rushes from the humor, under high pressure, it
cs quickly with the air, and 1< consumed without timo being given for the carbons to become lumlt.
And it is just bore where the great waste occurs in burnliig gas under high pressure, which pro*
1 in all cKlca. Anywhere (torn 20 to 60 percent In WAS TED,"
rt'e can show you hundreds of references from tho largest oonsumers,
ilall and see the maehluo In actual operation at 11
1318 M?ln Street, OOlce of tlio Panhandle Pub. Co. ii
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MARK DOWN 1
SALE OF
* UKLUU UlbllV *
Will be continued THIS WEEK, and made more I
attractive by the addition of
Black Silk Grenadines, 1
Black Henrietta Cloths,
Black Crepe Cloths, 3
Black Nuns' Veilings, &c.,
" 8
All MARKED DOWN to Astonishingly Low Prices. <n
still greater bargains ;
r
MUL BE OFFERED IN OUB
pi dak ncpmaifnt ,
ULunu ULI nil i nikBi i J
*
THIS TVJE3EK. 3
Every Garment a BARGAIN for
the Buyer.
ffifij^All are invited. =
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GEO. R. TAYLOR. =
acsu moons?*omm. gicmmg ?v w?.
AT FLEMING'S.
3AL GOODS,
BEAVER GOODS,
OTTER GOODS, "
Pur Goad* of all Hindu. ^
BEST AS80RTMKNT OF 1
SEAL SACQUE8, DOLMANS AND ULSTEKETEEg
Ever Brought to IltUburxh.
WM. FLEMING & CO.,
LEjVDING FUBBIEKS AND HAXTE'.HS,
i ? rvrm avence, httmubqh, fa.
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m X 0
I Kiulrt"
IX ! "3"
. ^ dec*
Tbo
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with i
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UIUOUI
rabjec
meat
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AddU
Marki
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Ohio,
andi
aflld*
dolen
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for tf:
sixty
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of th
thov
goflntr Sc (So. J{??
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Jocit
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of tli
too I
ME FOR YOUR MONEY |
tan ever be/oro. con now bo secured iu purchas- ?*J3
ig in our line of
iOUDRY GOODS, ?
TASTY NOVELTIES, ft"'
standard, Toilet and Other Goods l!f"
it i<
Suitable for iho season. Cxixxauly, audi
LOGAN & CO., at tli
Druggists, firidgo Corner. Jano
Pu
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DO
Grand. Concert. ?
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Cough Music everywhere. 8 tree t, Parlor, Opera, .in
lurch, Morufng, Matineo, Evening, Nlthi. Solos, ginii
ueto, Quartttw. Choiuws, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Man
we. tough Shumuiliic, Femeulno, Venerable, w
iveuile Cough English, German, llallan, Minroi,
Heathen Chinte, ivud Whoop. Prima Donnas Thee
og fn the chorus! No programmes! No encores! c.
veryliody Cough! ja(
When you get tired of tho music, try Ph
1*0
1,1,
sal
Dr. Chapman's Cough Balsam.
Tb
Pleasant Docs not constipato or debilitate, men
arse Uottles 2? ccnta }?8?
All the beat Cough I/xtnjjtt, ^*J
Bold by LOGAN 4 CO., visit
deio . Dmggtotx. Hrldgo Corner. proe
? en tit
goolts, JMattoncgg, &c. 28'
gLANK BOOKS I jjg
MLL PAPERS AND BORDERS, |
Cam
^ Foreign and Domestic. proj
STATIONERY. jgjj
Can)
Tho Lareest Stock and Greatest Variety. Sold at Dow
10 VJSHY LOW&TT PlliCK6 by Ann
Anff
JOS. GRAVES & SON, Jiff
JyU ?Tire?lh Street bMi
^OODS FOR THE $ "
J .r/t
NEW YEAR! ?|
PRANG'S FINE NEW YEAR'S CABDS Irom 6C {full
>?<?. hurt
STANDARD DIARIES, 25c to S3 00. [g ?j
PHYSICIANS' DIARIES, II03. ""w
New Tear1. Gilt. In JJjjS
looks, Tocts, Calendars & Fancy Goods. ?t u!
. Jam
STANTON & DAVENPORT, ^
deg No. 1801 Mwfcetfltrwt. L
Q^INCKUSTA WALTON.
,PLAQUES AND BRONZES, g
Haul
" ty, Ii
J. B. Wilson's. ? "
dc!9 ?boi
1 ? And
gaatchcs awfl gjtwrlrfl. ??
DIAJMONDS ,0U
To
I am miking quite a specialty of the above goods antic
ill season, and nave in stock a choicc selection of kin,
ery fine Stones, consisting of flnoly matched Ear- Willi
lugs, Solitaire and Cluster Kings, Lace Pin and Pogti
tuus. ,,. Mail
Will make special low rates to any one- wishing Mmj
jythlng in this line. . ? . lawi
Very respectfully, trust
I. G-. ZDILLOIfcT, "ii
JKWELEB. ~
P. S.?."vaeh dally express adds new goods to onr I
rwV. rtctt
gliot0fl*aphii. ,, 1
r II. MUCINS, ^
L? de5
PHOTOGRAPHER, P
42 TWELFTH STREET,
j*8 WmntUNo, w. Va, ^
3ARS0N8,
L _dcl
MASTER 5,
Photographer! n.
-52 - sa,
^KAYON rOKTEAlTS Bend
^ ==*
u
Myles' Art Studio, ^
?o. aiM main BtRwrr.
China, (Slags and Qucgngurete.
[TALL LANTEENS,
LA
library Lamp* !
The Owl Tabular Signal Lantern* for Steamboats,
od and Green. Signal* will not blow out In tbo fle]
tad. KWIKQ BBOB., ?
Jail Market at. Opposite McLure Harm.
^.0 AND EXAMINE q
CHEAP COUNTER An
AT ?"?
othoi
JOHN FBIEDEL'8 CHINA STORK,
IftlO 1180 Main Street. do!
gtatittfl.
^JOUSEKEEFEBS '
Can mn money by pttnmbl&g too
ELECTRO PLATING DEPARTMENT ?
ornn Q
WHKLWG HINGE 00., J'1*"
<W Cor, NUulwatband Jftcob flt*? Wool
gtflal gottcw.
E STATE OF WEST VIRGSTT
HID COUNTY, 88.
"j^bJS0i'sS"0 Conn"' ff? Vi.
, Hajbnrn, admlnlitratrlx
ie efUt* of XATlnl* Travla,
u?l, ^ ">ura?^
George B. Brlutoa
rrS.?s^M.w,'S
it lotto Hen ?l lbfMM pl&ttrj
the following dtictibod property, thuTl
II of Ibo undividedInteiat of Hid (J!"
lutau lu.pirt" of lol W B aud Xo. at, 53!
lou 10 lb. city of Wheeling, ami lonw"
a?sr^groe?
Sftb ssnsrs&si Ui
?It filed In IbUctUJe, at Uicmi thii is.
1 with a mows* in thla aulu un Uih
ulullfl", by bis attorneys, this order of JSml
0 what is uoMHir to protect his intM^
urihcr ordered that UiU order be mibn.h%
rr??!rcicIk 0?.,JCw
1 Court House of Mid conmy, this 7th ,i4r JJ
"? ?*'10n&arassffloi
Olihcd tbo flrit time January 8, 1N&
tteat: JOHN W, MUClijiLL, Clerk.
pygn .tEUQW.
Attorney for Plaintiff. inyTh
IE STATE OF WEST VlHGLNlI
OHIO County, 88.
bo Circuit Court of Ohio Count?, Wat vir.
. January Hulei, 1885.
Eva A? Haybuxn \
n. r In Aaumptlt,
loorgo H. Brin ton. j
j object ol tbo above entitled suit ii to obtain
gmcnt against tbo above named deffndwt
le sum of two hundred aud eighty dolUn and
-tlx cent* vrUh interest thereou from tsieii
if January, 1885, until payment, for the txaM
esaiddefeudauf*wtfoand.two dauRhtenby
laintiff from May 34,18tH. to January ?, i??
mtlngto 1260Mjforiheprinciial on iccooat
id board, and 830 00 In addition thereto to
advanced, and the costs of suit, and to nbotboUon
of the ?ld plaintiffs attachment
olio wing described property, that U to uy. ?a
o undivided iutenssiof said beowe II. Brion
parts of lots No. 2S and >o. ai, KofTa Addlto
the City of Whocllnr, and located on Mut?
t between Twonty-flJth and Twcuir?&a
ts. in the City of wheeling, county of Ohio,
k the property formerly owned by John u&
r 8. Brfnton. And It appearing from an aOtilled
in this cause, at these Kules, that tt*
idant, UeorgelL Brlnton.ls not a ro ldentol
Jtato of West Virginia, and be not hariMbwa
hJ with a proceMln this suit, on the motion d
ilalntlft by his attorneys, this order ol poWl...
I. nninroil xntnit 11 tin. and It li nrAnmt
the said defendant, George 11. Brinton, beicd
hereby directed to appear within one aouih
the date of the flist publication of thiionto
do what is necessary to protoct his inturuu- I
[urther ordered that this order be publiiW
posted as required by law.
tness, John w. Mitchell, Clerk of wld Court,
o Court Houbc of tald county, thin :th .!?, ?<
ary, 1585, to-wit: January Uuira, liSS.
joiin w. SincuKLL, ci?t
bliihcd the first timo Jauunry 8. 18.S5.
it tent: JOUN W. MITCIiKLL Clerk.
vjtnkb a kw1.v,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. jis-Th
HE STATE OF WEST VIltGLNIi,
OHIO COUNTY,^3.
the Circuit Court of Ohio County, Wat Vfc
i. Juuunry Kulos, 1886.
r C; Dickey, whom* by h? neit WcnJ btrt
oodmansce and Willella Neir, Cumplaltuuiu,
vs.
idocia McGinnif, Elvira Campbell, Alcunte
Downing and Evalluo Iwwning bi? wife.
lies Bankin, K. B. Baldwin, Ann Baldwin,
lueas Picker, William C. Banklu, Angnm
true and Robert Pocuo her husband, Msry S.
lings and .George Iddings her husband, the
d AngenoaPogue and ilury W. iddlura Mm
j children and heire at luw of tiurah kaukiu,
ceasod, and Julius Hsu kin, trustee, Pefeoduti.
In Chaucory.
,e object of. this suit is to have the teal otitic
tioutd and de^ribed in the bill and pnxwliu
this suit divided and partitioned betwciu
MirtieM entitled tliwreto, or if tlionune boindi*
1~ mnwtia (/rid null)*
J1W 1U Kiuu, um> (.? CM.. ?? ?
etds of aalo bo distributed among the partta
Jed therqfco, and also that U may bo referred to
A the Commissioners of the Court to ?ccttsls
report tbo respective interests of the partis
Bin in aud to tbo said real estate, or the pn>
s of salo thereof, and alio to ascertain and re
tbo amount of the rents, Issues aud protlt* of
laid real citato from aud since the date of thu
h of Clarissa Campbell, and tbe respective Inns
of the parties thorelu, toaether with tU
untof taxes, Insurance and repairs, expended
aid real estate since tbo death of said clarim
pball aforesaid, by whom, aud when, rnij tie
ortlou of tbe same for which tbe respective inits
of tho parties ore liable. And it apj^arins
l an affidavit filed in this cause, at these rata,
tbe defendant*. Theodocia McGinnis, EMt?
pbell. Alexander c. Downing and Evallne
ning his wife.. omes Rankin. It. h. liildirin,
Baldwin, PhiUs.a? Dickey, William C'. Kaukia,
enoaPogfto aud Robort?Poguo her husband,
f M. hidings and George hidings her hutUnd,
James Bankiu, trustee, are not resident* of
fttato of West Virginia, and thoy not having
i served with a process iu tills suit, on motion
10 complainants, by their attorneys, this order
abUeatum ia entered against tticm.au l itii
red that the said defendants, Theodocia Melis,
Elvira Campbell, Alexander C. Dotrninj
Evaiiuc Downing his wife, James Rankin, ii.
ildwin, Ann Baldwin, Phlneos Dicker, Wllliia
ankiu, Angcuoa Pogue and Robert I'ucue her
>aua, Mar}* M. Jddlugs aud George Iddinplicr
wind, and James Rankin, trustw, are rcoulted
?pear hero within ono month after the date of
irst publication of this ordor and do what b
Mary to protect their iutcrcsts; it I* further
red Unit this order tyj published and posted si
tness, John W. Mitchell, Clerk of said Court
?Court House ol said county, this 7th day of
lary, 1685, to-wlt: Jauuary.ltulcs, 1865.
JOHN W. JUTU&KtX, Clerk,
bllshed the first timo January 8,1885.
it tost: J011N W. MliCUKLL, Clerk.
DANFOKD AND G. L. C'llANMlIll,
Solicitors for complainant.
NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION'S,
c defendants will take notice that the denodi
of JawCs Rankin, Mary C. Dickey, Wilklla
, Evoline Downing, STheodocIa Jlculnnia aud
w, will bo taken at tlio law office of Lorenzo
tord, Esq., at St. Clalravllle, iu belmont couuj
the State of Ohio, on the ninth day of FebrflA.
D. 1885, between tbo hours of ? o'ciock a.
id 6 o'clock r. m., to bo read Iu evidence in the
e named cause on behalf ol said complainant*,
if, from any cause, the biking of the said
?itious shall not bo oommcuced, or beta!
tnenoed. ahall not be completed on that day.
aking of the sumo will be adjourned from time
me until the same shall be completed.
L. DANFORD,
0. L. CRANMER,
Solicitor*.
Theodocia McGinn!*, Elvira Campbell, AlextrC.
Downing, Evaline Downing, James H?uR.
S. Baldwin, Ann Baldwin, l'nlncos Dickey,
lam C. Rankin, Angenoa I'ngue and Kobert
10 her husband, Mary M. Iddlng? and (>eury?
ngs her husband, tho said Angeuoa I'ocue aw |
r M. iddlngs being the children und lieln st
if Sarah Rankin, deceased, aud James lUukln.
ee. ltMh_
tctmaes and gXatcrlul?.
itrx Ti,nii/Mmr\
ojcj iain\\j vEJU
loographlcal and Historical CariU
be had at
KIHK'8 ART STORE,
M 1006 Main Stttrt..
(VliLOK EASELS,
Decorated Wall Pockcts,
Towel Racks,
Chestnut and Ebony Brackets.
M stock, all new, at the
McLURE HOUSE ART STORE,
18 E. L. Nicoi.u Agent.
OOOFEET
Pelt Weather Strip.
Is Is the time to have them applta! to rattling
and crasy doom. Saves jour fuel, ?vw yujtf
Ji# mitch your temper, makes you comfort*lift
orders to the
MCLURE HOUSE ART STORE.
t K. L. Menu. Agent,
gewflotsts.
JUST XET!
PARSON'S COLOGNE,
WBIQHT'S PIRPUME8,
wiAiAifio xuiL.e.1 euArsi
FINS FORTEMONNA1E8,
FINE CIGARS, at
1st Ac Williams's
17 1010 WAIN STREET- ^
?ousjcfuytti5hiu0 (Qooijj^
OFFEE POTS, <kc.
other lot of tho "Bow" ColToc Pol* opened
ijr. Compare oar prioce of Bnu? C?s? wllb
[*, and buy oi
GEO: W. JOHNSON'S S0N<,
R-MTH ]?lil Mull) Mm!- .
Sat* and: (Cap*. _
EW YORK HAT BLEACUKltY. SO;
84 Sixteenth street. Ladlce' Md MWg,
r, Lace, Chip, Felt and Beater Bali,
I, blotched, colored and flubbed In the W?.
promptly. Mllllnen' work done ?ttfac
mnU
ENTLEMEN'8 8ILK ANl> MSM
MATS njUOTRIfd to pttMlltltrlof M&SS?
p. br Wm. Or.low.ty, u>. ?MIW

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