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' FRIW, CAMPBELL 4 HART,
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WHKKLINU, W. VA., hKPI K VlfKlt 1, IMS.
New?pMi?r Methods.
The I.-.TBLua?*c*E preferred not to go
deeply Into the merits of the ontortniiste
SKcontroveny which has arisen over the
publication in theiSefiUrr of the sermon!
delivered ibroid by the Rev. Dr. Ttlmsge.
We particularly did not desire to have
MBfe... 4- nnmrnont All th? tl^UlillP tC'lPLTaiU Ol
Ii Br. lalmage's American manager prompt'
ly furnished to the Rtgitler In tha form oJ
a defense. We had not auppoaed thai
any defense was required. The same aer
man and illurtrations are received by
mail by other netipapera. Innevapapei
offices there la no secret about this and we
did not suppose that Rev. Sr. Talmage'i
agent would And any occasion to evade
The sermon is in the newapapei
office before it is delivered iron
the pulpit. It ia not sent by cable anc
ing under the water. The aermon ia for
niahed at very low coat, but this detracfi
nothing from Its merit. Why, then, doei
Sr. Talmage's agent deairo to mislead the
public and place hia subicribers, ua he hsj
the in a false light, aa~thougt
they in turn were desirous of deceiving
iare many persons who find pleas
ieTilmage sermons; who wonlc
rin as gladly by freight train ai
o; who are even willing to tab
larred by tome very ?emarkablt
intended to, serve the purpose o
ion. Ibe Talmaxe sermons an
e better or worse by setting up fo
claim which cannot be maintain
rhich is at best irrelevant.
regajif to. asking the newspaper
ate lor favorable notices, that 1
i matter ol taste. The Istblu
loes not pursue that coarse, bu
will not fall oat with, its neighba
|dtf: 6jm('w?y. ^ We do not :pre
say which plan is the better
liipijisksj for notices, and get
Che IXTIUIOXNCXB does not ssl
B^in^jgeta them in good qoan
quality. Why shall we quarrel
DainujraW and tb? Wuol Tariff.
ior lloadly is alraid that theNei
Snocrats will do something rasl
ve him a harder road to travel it
.New York correspondent thn
Is Judge Hoadly's stale ol mind
Swmqr iaknown to be extremjsl;
Ho# !>? I l.ttrir.or-iii-nnirviincrn li
Iiw York should be iuu in tb
, and llmt there should be n
iveen them oh the tariff ques
a little npprehentivu thai th
ue of the party herejmeaninli
id to tho wool duties, and h
eitin his power to go bac
some tore of assurance froc
that there id no intention t
erest of the sheep farmers ir
* Ia,<He absenceof some sad
le is afraid of Bepublicu
stricts where they are deter
fk the issueforallltia worth
i stalking ghost in Obio. j
nocrat dreams wool and sa?
h. Ho knows thnt his part;
y loir do*n on the flockmas
and he lo wondering whethe
jotten the treatment. Tw
i Democratic Kate Oommitte
i with circulars sympathizin
l-grower, exhorting 1dm t|
locratic ticket and promlstn
oration of the wool tariff <
rowers has not forgotten this
ibers distinctly what follow
amocratic msjorlty in thi
not Ustentoratoratioii, ant
ood deal of talk on that aid
wool on the free list as am
inge that Governor Hoadly X
, Two years ago rotes wen
Ittt by a shrewd and shame
ful manipulation of the wool question.
It would be particularly unfortunita loi
him if by any action of the Democratic
party elsewhere Ohio wool-growers were
reminded of the lavish promisee and bar
faith of the Democratic party but twc
Freight OUorlmlDaUoDf.
A railroad man, In conversation with i
reporter of tho Pittsburgh Chrmicb Tde
talk about railroad discrimination!; now
I contend that the man who gives a rail
road a hundred thousand tons of frelgh
per year 1s entitled to lower rates than he
who furnishes a hundred or a thotuatu
tons, just as a wholesale dealer 1s entitled
to lower rates from tho factory than th<
retailer."
This has the ring of sound doctrine. I
is 10 plausible a way of stating the case o
the Peoplo vs. Bailroad discrimination
that it hu milled many persons. It 1
the very doctrino which In the cue of i
Cleveland firm against a common carrle
Wis held to DO noauio 10 .luu pr.ucpie
which must govern tho carrying tr?de
It WU1CU0 wliero tho Stan&Wlbl
Company and tho railroad had entem.
into an agreement which gave the 8tand
ard lnaide rates and practically shut othe
ahippera oat of the market.
On the wholesale and retail p.incipl. ?
applied the shipper who first gets in with
tho railroads has a monopoly onlimitci
and perpetnal, lor he will continue to sent
forward hla hundred thouaind tons, and
other shippers have hard work to find
market for a hundred tons.
There is a reasonable discrimination to
be made botween the wholesalo and retail
shipper. Bnt the rights of all shippers
and the public wolfare demand that the
wholeaalo unit shall bo nn ascertained
quantity, as for examplo tho car load lot.
Every person so shipping ought to have
equal advantage with any other person so
shipping, and when this is not tho practice
there is unfair discrimination which
throttles trade and makes a monopoly.
alderate enough to publish the Parkers*
BeyUer't enterprlie will yon be kind
enough to publiah the XffiiUr'i reply to
Mid article, and If agreeable, permit to
lh ^JSfelSU
Gen'l Manager,
Dr. Talmig*1! 8?nou>
Remitter, AugmtlJ.
The Parkerabnrg Slate Journal appears
to think Dr. Talmage'a aermons at) cabled
to the Raider are eaaily had at a nominal
coat, and are prepared weeka ahead of
their delivery, for the benefit of the
Journal, the Knitter states that every one
of Dr. Talmage'a aennona publiabed In the
RegitUr coaia more, exclusive of'typesetting,
than all the plate matter in any
one laeueof the Journal, and that's pretty
i much all that that paper haa in its news
column?. But for fear the Journal might
not place nerfeot confidence in the Regitler't
assertion, other steps were at once
1 taken to prove that it was deceiving its
readers. ' To this end the aulntance of the
Journal't editorial criticism waa telegraphed
J/>uls Klopech, &q? 93 White street,
Sew York, the agent of Rev, De Witt Talmage,
and through wbom die Regitler re1
celves and isautnorixed to publish the sermons,
with the request that he answer at
' once. Below is the-response:
Nnv Yo?K, August 20,1885.
, Jai. B. Taney, Manager Regitler, Wheeling: J
The article in the Parkersbuij; StotT
1 Journal asserting that Dr. Tannage's stri
moos are supplied to.newspapers weeks
I In advance of their delivery la simply a
malicious falsehood. The Journal may
not be able to pay the price of the sermon
' and cablegram, hence their envious aliaI
siona. Louts Klopsch.
( After perming the above the Jtojulcr
. hopes to see the Journal develop sufficient
appreciation of Its error to make the prb'
per conoution. But whether it does or
i not the facts ore made sufficiently plain to
i undeceive anynewppaper that mi^ht have
been misled by the JournaVt misrepresentation.
' Hurt Hara Xntlr UUt* Joka.
1 Omfltm Senilnd.
' The Wheeling Jlrgitltt requests State
papers to coNpliment its enterprise in se.
curing "at great expense" the "cable reI
ports"ofTalmage'sLohdohsermons,whIch
it publishes every Monday morning. As
1 the socalled cablegrams are prlntsdin
) New York previous to the delivery of the
) sermons in England, Mr. Talmage having
I furnished themanuacrlpt days before, and
mailed to the RtgitUr at $2 60 per sermon,
> postage prepaid, we don't see anything
r very remarakle about the Rtyititr't enter.
prise, unices it be in the fact that a West
. Virginia newspaper is able toraiaeJhe
sum of two dollars and a half for each a
5 luxury.
' A Matter of Taite.
t Talmage'a aermons are now illustrated
r in some of the papen, to add to their at-'
tractiveness we suppose, but we confess
our inability to appreciate that kind of
illustrations. Wo notice, however, that
1 one or two papers have, dropped the car:
toons, which in our opinion shows good
taste. ......
1 Almost Time for Fianuclj,
; Chrl tian Register. .
Once^jnore the golden rods hang out
- their. Jeweled pariicH, to announce'' the
mld-aftornoon of summer, and the aster
1 begins to see its "pale image" in the
i brook.: The sumac pricks the eye with
. its spikes of fire. ; Thistledown? fioati'in
the lazy air. Tho glowing aftermath al'
ready hides the stubble of the hayfleldi
: On the masses of forest foliage there fills
a touch of old gold. The apple and pears
? hang heavy, and bend down th&iieuuds
3 in graceful curves. The main ears fill
a with luscious milk. The cranberry vines
. suck delicious acid from the sour bogs
? where the sedges droop under then-eight
. of their brown born, and the cletura
8 loads the air with fragrance. The sky
i scenery softens into dreaminess, and h??y
, horizons hang over quiet seas. A'gaujy
, veil is drawn over the noonday. At night
, the stfrs withdraw into deeper spaces.
' English as Mm I* Spuka.
; ThtJmlK. _
"'Stoohotto eat," he said, as he seated
i himself at a table in the cafe, and mopped
bis weeping brow.
1 "YeaSir;" responded the waiter promntr
ly. "What - kind of' stew sir? We
. have
, "Stew! Who said anything about a
r stew, I wonder?"
' ''Youordered ahotstew sir."
a "Ordered nothing. A hot stew to-day?
whewi .I said's too hot to eat; that's
whater.said, man; and I don't know
whater came iniera for."
! -'Have something.,cold, sir. We have
f cold beef, cold duck?
"Cold duck, eh? That's just whater
> want?a-cold duck?in tho seal Ta-ta,
I'm off for Coney Island."
He vanished, and the waiter he left bei
hind him looked daied; somehow like one
I .who, is trying to Help another out of ia
i slough, had put his foot in it
Not Lost,
Merchant TrtmUr.Z
Johnny came Into his mother's room
1 looking pretty much as though he had
been sent throujgh a sausage cotter.
"Gracious-saicea alive,. Johnny," she
screamed, "what Is the matter with yon?
Where did yon get all those scratches and
all that bloodf
i "Fiehtin'," he answered briefly.
"Whor
, "Bobby Jones."
"Yon naughty boy. And you've lost a
1 front tooth, too P' Oh I oh I wailed tha_poor
woman.
"No It ain.'tlost, either."
"Yea it is. Putyonr finger upand you
will see."
1 "I know 'tain't there, but 'taln't lost, I
- know where it is. It's sticking in theculf
i of Bobby Jones'leg,'cause I left it there."
Chupiiw of Don* la luw,
Wayo Herald.
' "Horses are cheap down in Texas," rei
marked a drummer who had Just come
I from the Lone Star State. "One day
I down near Fort Worth I w?j' driving in
the country to see a customer of mine
1 when I came to a bad place in the road.
There was a farmer's team hopelessly
( mired In the slough, and the farmer standt
ingby'aa if paralysed and not knowing
what to do. I whipped ont my knife and
1 ran up and started cutting the harness so
I the horse could extrlcato himself, when
i the Texan grabbed my arm and remarked:
. 'See here, stranger, I want you to understand
that that harness cost $18 last week,
1 It you want to cut anything cut my
. hone.'" 1
' ' 'V.-.
I Long ttnd Continued Laughter.
1 Buffalo Courier.
The short-hand men in town are not
: without some notions of humor. While
Ioneol them waaspeakmgyeeterdavaiternoon
a (log in the lobby barked loudly,
"la thai Secretary Brown's dog!" was anted.
"No," replied Secretary llrown. "1
. more," said the first speaker, "that the
President appoint a committee ol one on
that dog to take down hia bark." "Why
not report hia tall?" asked another member.
Everybody laughed, including the
ladies.
Tumi is stranger than Action, and aome
of tho testimonials to the merits of St.
Jacobs Oil at first read almost like a
romance. But they have all been verified
and been tho means of inducing thousands
of pooplo to use the great conqueror
of pain.
Charlotte Corday is to be the next char
acter enacted by Bernhardt.
Till "Want Soap," universally acknowledged
to be the biggest and beet 5 cent bar.
bMltbr. I'Vtu tljorou. eondltl u. No other ptptr
Intbei {^,ifwa flrit to list, has done 10 nucn^o
mould public opinion and sentiment in thV right 1
direction. in mistakes havo bsea the common J
heriuieofall human loitHuUoni. Batitfcu.at*
wwi beeu end itfllli ?n cJtceiiKit newipeptr 1
NayitoontittWlopwperauddol&f goodwort
which U la abwdtfltlrrtflf todo, > i
Xt Will DlftlUlM the "flrooV." I
Srockt Goknly Local, '
TheWheelingDaUy l*T?ttibM*cgi onlloudey ;
enteraluponltithirty-third volume.. TheIimttr
tiOBKOES holdi * place in the ttieem of the people
bf this lection of the Ohio vailey which could only '
be attained by a third of i con tor}- tpeot In hbhor>
able Journalism. , We note its continued success ,
with pleasure and trust that like the broox it may !
"go on and on /oieyer." "
One of Our Sliuiy Commendable Features.
ITanhaU ITcraUL
Monday last the Wheeling J.smuo wean entered
upon ite thirty-third yenr. Ko better dally
has ever boon printed in-West Virginia. It has
grown to be a great p;werin :th!s Mate, tad doseives
the large support It receives. Beat of all, it
.baeleaupepsr..'
UV BoJ ?j tuitt Distinction.
The Wheeling ttnuioncn hu passed Its
j tfclrtr-t&ird llrthday, and says It is now enjoj ini
the mc?t prosperous period of Its existence. 11 is
a good papir and ought fo' prosper. AU hiwspaperj
ought to piosper.
Pure and Solldljr KopubUcan.
T&r County star. ? .
The Wheeling IimauQi*o?* has rounded up
another year and atlll. moves on In the even tenor
of its way, tho Uadtag. newspaper of the State
clean, pure acd lolidly Republican.
A Credit to the State.
WtUAurg Iladd.
The Wh clU-g l.sTEawMORt celebrated its thirty
third bitUiday on Uouday. TtaelXTELUowata tr,
accredit to the State and is meeting with the success
it deserves.
Cannot be Excelled,
Huntington Republican.
The Wheeling IxmLtoxxcsx hai comptetsd its
thirty-third year oI existence The Ixibluobnces,
as a reliable newspaper, cannot bs'oxcelled in the
country. ; - . .
Salvatiom Oil, the greatest core on
earth for pain, baa made - a most brilliant
debut. Price 25 centa.
:
OliZD.
PANNET.I -OnScnlay.Anetmgn J8S5, at;9:80
o'clock a. v.. AucxA>DKit Fajc*jj l, aijeU 80 years,
lmofithandOtfa)*.
. Funetai'froin his late raidence: Ko, 625 Main
Street, Wednesday afternoon at2o'clock, friends,
of thefamlly are-respentfully invitsd tj attond.
Interment atGreenwood Cemetery
HI uDRETII?On Monday afternoon. Augnit 8L(
18V, B. A. Hansen, M. If.; in the ti\h year of his
?Ke.
. funeral aerrices at 8L Matthew's (anrph,7hurs
low mnmldff tt D-Sfl n'flloAlr. : Prlmiilt am InvilHl
tobeprttcnl
OAKE3-At WeJhbttig, W Va . on 8indar,
August :t?. 18SS at ft o'clock f. u , uxztz ft, daughter
of Captain William Oaki, aged li jcnw.
Funeral Wedneiday, September 2, at 8 iv x.
Frierida o* the faintly are Invited
g&cdical.
Y& C
ttEDbTAR
TRADE^QMBK.
(0UGH|^RE
Fm from OfUxiS^SSS&M and falmiu.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
; For Coo^u, lore Tfcreat, IIesmoWi loll oei??a,: ~
Cold<u BroacWIU, Cnwp, Whoofinjr Cou*li,
u*x??sz?ilass-asr
Price HOceataabottlt.Sold toy Drapditsand Deal*
era. J\trttei unable to Induce tXelr footer to promptly
aet it for them icili ncftce tico boUIt^ExprM charges
paid, by tending omdotlur to ; --SwvV'.x,w
TUX nuun AiTOCUCTCWAIY,
W:. >...x 'V^floteOwomaadtUuuftrtaw. V
BtltlBirr, Mw-ytanJ. P. 8. *
Ma!?fiii,Hh?uinntl?nj,ftc, Ilp*ahtatlii'bow?Utmul?
^SpSSfe- Sfefix?: IffliSBnt*
T hO" MB2&8! l?rf?Hl2??nin'fft?I
'1 - iXI DIIP1KI1IIT WlUi TPii TniHTO wif U ilTlOll.. <
' BL^B Hatabd l-l
CREAM BALMfiffigySB
Gleanaei the Head,
AlUj. TTltamn... W^^CUHfjCQ^j
lion, H??l? BorM1B^v'CoiW^n[^|jl
Bcitoraa llie 8<UM rJMFEVERMj
of Tante, Hearing A /^nfl
Smell. A^ulck lie. M y^J^B
Hot. A PoaUive Oaro
cream"n at.w
hill gained tu enviable UAY-irFVPD
reputation, displacing
nil other preparation*. A particle In applied Into
Prlco
TRAVELER*' ODIDK.
A BBTVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
JrXTiiAINB?KxnaifAnoK or SxrazMOi Hxuu.
I^y.^flufldy excepted# JMoaday excepted.?
a.MQ.lLi^XM LP"tt%'^Z
Bjuii ew.fr. y..w.... .. .w.v.., *. *8:40*10 * 8:fi0pm
? - n?*M>in.ni,w<
r.A}iiv^.. j u-wy-iBpww^a- Cumberland
Aecoui...............l 8:15it ui 4:86pin i
Vnmilnytnrv A?vywi-.'KrA i: :': j' 4;Mpml Mfiflfctw^nn^?TnidAcoom.,........i?r.|
1L'J8 nn] 1:20 pm
> ; I-..I ''Vl; 1
RxprcsufChlCiiKoand Col)......j* 9:15 a ml* 5:20 a m
Kxpruvi (Chicagoand ColL....f 7:fi0 pm 7:40 a m
KxprcM(Chicago and Col)..,. .1*10:25 pm 8:30 pm
ZanesviUe Acoom................... 18:40pm 10:20 a m
tMifrtliw Artflntny...;?:..:..T.,r.. 7:35 am 8:60 pm
W., P* Ai B. Dlv. 1
Washington and Plttiburgh... * 4:40 ami* 9:05 a m
Washington and Pltubtuvh... 7:45 a mtll:06 am
Washington and Pittsburgh...!* 6:85p mlf 0:06 p a 1
I Washington and Pittsburgh. J - 8:20 pm 1*10:16 p m
Washington. f 5:06 pm 7:85 am
"-i:
Pittsburgh......... .............. If 7:25 a m t.ttK pa 1
I Pittsburgh and New York..... If 1:20 pm f 8:35 pm
Pittsburgh and Now York If 4:10pm fll:66am
^ Witt. * 'Xi&v;, ' I
Ejipieaii Cln,aad BtKouU....m7:28 anxlMrfBam I
I Express, Gin. and St. Loula..Mjf 8:40 pmlf 6:55 pm
I ITipii?. Btenbcnvllle A CoIm. 11<'20 pmlf 1:35 pm
Mixed................................... 16:40p *n|---tt? ;
. U.AP.BiK.
Pittsburgh, Clevc. & ChL.,.,., f 6:47 a mlt9:08pm I
Wcllsvillo, Clave. & Chi......... f 8ASam|r S:18am I
Pitta., New York drChl,... til:07a m f 1:28 pm I
Pittsburgh and Now York.^... r 4;ll pmlf 4:48 p m
East Liverpool Accom.. ....t 5:18 pm t 820am
c? lTSw. b.b. w ?
Express, Cleveland, V, & W... tl2:47p m t 2:87pm J
I !* ?ffim-AiwiM..:?Ifr BMltlfl'Mmi 1
P?te |
U..Z.*O.B*lro?d. ^
Leave Bcllalre at 6:40 r. m. lor Wood*fleld and ,
Bamrauilold.
Leave Beilalro at 6:16 a. m. tor Summcrlleld and
Arrlw at Brtlalra 10:10 a.?. and 5 .3 r. m. ,
WHEELING 4 ELM GROVE K. K.
Leave city at Leave Wheellnf Park at
6:30a.m. 1:00p.m. 6:10a.il 1:00p.m.
6U0 " 2.00 " 7:00 " 2:00 ' J
7:00 " 8:00 ' 8:00 " 8:00 '
6:00 ? 4:00 ? 9:00 ? 4:00. "
9:00 6:00 ' 10:00 " 5:00
10:00 " 6:10 " 11:00 " 6:10 ' >
11:00 " 7:00 " 12:00 ? 7:u0
12:00 ,4 8:u0 8:00 '
9:80 8:56 '
10:06 " on
lomdata
Leavo cltv at 7 a. m. and ran every hoar an til 9 j
p. m.
Loavo Whoellnf Park at i a. m. and run every
bourunUl 10 P.M.
VTOTIOE.
131
The regular monthly mtatlrff ol the Womtn'i
rorcUn Mlaionarr Hotlely ol th? Klnt Prwbjtfr
rUhrfeqtcfi Witt fc?'told in'MeUln'aBall;- ionInner
on Twflllh itrnl), Toiadar, S)f Uiuter 1,
IttwlMlttlr.ot i -.. .-"U i . -. ; ?1>1 -
rpHE "GARDEN SPOT '
DBUG STORK
Xs now ready tor fculncai. Glvo mo a cV.I. , y
W. & WILLIAMS,
xpl ' *' Corner BrdilwaV ^Z3ni Bti' _
TFOlf SALK! >6
-E,. , . v* WBQWflSfWOTfc i -?
Cider Barrels! '
. - ....
We have on hind lure ?lcck at new Inn
bo-iod berreJl tuluble (cruder.
Mpl miy "IthlAH WARKIK* OJ.
MDt10, DRAWING
AND PAINTING. :
The ss Doonainoi will rem mo their Cl'?ri
in * uelc. UMWlog ?ua fainting Monday, September
14. at M Twelfth street, >mikHn iiitiiMuce
Building, and iSObio itreet. Instruction given on
Piano end UulUr, and In *11 bnnohes ol lulutlng
aipl
JpLANUS
Tuned and Repaired.
^gattafiction Gnaianteed.
B lUMEB'S MUSIC 8T0BK,
tcpl . >'' . V '^:>.-:lrioMi^iet8ticet.:
jpLTJm
We .will recvltc lo-iUj uid Welneediy Flftr
BukeU fuest Yellow, Sutton, and Purple
- .. ; >-;*;v : >
l'aims. Ibeymmtlwuld.
M?I GEO. kucMtoBES AEOW.
piNfc
GLASSWARE 1
All Style ol 1 ecoratlon.
Wattt Sett, Umocade hi ti, &*., Ac.
' Moderate prion* for. Mno Good*. V
JSW1NG BROS.,
?ol Marttt rtrwtTopp. McLartf How.'
rmn thr mkdihal profession.
'ihe Medical Bed- ty and Profession arercspectInUy
invited to at toad a meeting to be hold at the
Public library ltooma this (lucsday) evening,
September L it 8 o'clock, to take aulublo action
in'referenco to the death of our aaoclat?, Dr. E A.
Hildbktu^ 1 fctj.i
"Til ARM FOB'S AXE.
A Tarro (outlining Imr and a h?Cf arm. ritoated
on Chapline Mil, and tultaaie for Gardening
tree*. Enquire of CllAd K. PELLLlPd, on the
p tinUiu oiieiulle cut of the city, or CHAKLW
MMUMAWaiaj Market rreet. :: ^ S -aeplPaw
fj'RE&H ARRIVAL
Of Dork acd t ight Colored
FALL OVERCOATS,
Made up In jityle and low In price, at the Star.
VaoMi'uioi co?
Mil j. TwrtttlTainirt.
JNSTBtJOIIOS
ON PIANO.
Mas. nUTCHlWB will resume Instruction in
Mtuie
8EPTEMBHB 7, 18S5.
PolJenco. 82 Twelfth 8 treat. au27
The American Male Mr,
A Collection of Sacred a*d Secular Muiie, for Male
Choma and Quartet t holia, Club* Colleges and
Singing eocieiiii; collating of Quartets, Goreel
bonp*. A utiitrea, Chanta, Glets, Songi and PatiiBy
J. H TKSNEY, acrmpo'T who baihad greu
succ k? in thia style, hfs u. ua!e f irming an atuac
tive feature In many very popular noose.
lfO large octivo pages, 106 pleoes* Choirs con
Mining Male Qoartetrwlll flnataebook a treasure)
and all social ilogtng cirnles will And iu it Sacred
and Secular muaic to their taate. ~ ? , i
Prloe In Boards SI, or f per dos. Paper 80 ds.
U/AD CniinC Tbo extraordinary mtval of
If All oUnUoi military and patriot!* feeling
typlOed by the inoreate and energy of Grand
Army organisations,, has brought this collection
Into very great favor. It contains Songs for the
Camo Fire and the March. Memorial Eonst, and in
fact the choioeat of -all tlm. (without bitterne*!)
awaken memories of the great war. Every family
ahould have a copy. Choi uxs are for male voicca,
and there is an aocoDpanimentfor Piano or Oxpau
Price GO cents. _______
G0LLE6E SONGS,
iu<ui) nuuuuH ruu^ wiui m uua wue|? vie* w
to em, tad indadlag the favorite. popular songs ol
the dar,.es "Bofaue," "My Bouny," "Solomon
Levi," ''Clementine," ctc. t'rice 60 eenta.
Halloa for the Kel.ll Price.
OLIVES DH80M A CO., Bolton,
a h. Ditbok & Co., J. h. Dram a Co.,
847 Broadway, Mew York. 1228 Clieatuut St., Phlla.
?,auM.w?nr & wti&MV--. tei iBI BMHU) u I I;
MIMMfil
ADVERTISE
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advertise
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advertise 10-Do not order Printing
of any character until prices
U)V kkti.sk obtained at the
u? DA,L?I!,TEI'LIBE!lCEB
_ STEAM JOB FBINTISe
IDVEBTUK OFFICE.
A LL KINDS OF PLAIN AND FANCY
tlL JOB work
NJLLTLT AND PBOMTLY EXECUTED
DAILY IKTZLLiaKNCKB JOB OFFXOS
Not n tad v Jtauitcatk Btmt,
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largest
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Grocery House?
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IN WEST VIRGINIA.
Wo are Solo ArcoIs lor tho following celebrated
Brands of FLOUH:
Pride of West Virginia,
Electric Light,
Phoenix Patent,
Guiding Star.
BOO BAGS Choice Tlmcthy Seed In fitock and lor ?
tale at bottom nrlcea.
Bend irlai order and be convinced' thatour prices
aretbe lowest.
Merchants are cordblly invited ti make oar office
their headquarters while In the city.
J08.3FEIDELSG0.
Wholesale Grocers & Seed Dealers.
)i,>dM^rrhaa
gVMU fe gCKtSJCUlJ.
Announcement!'
II TO THE PUBLIC.
The undesigned, having lately withdrawn Irom
the firms of Friend A Son End Aiben*, Bcrtatby &
Co., hare formed a oop&xtuenhip under the firm
name of
;m ' .
Frew & Bertschy.,
i H a
For the purpose of carrying on the
0 1(1
: BUSINESS. AT
%&'%> ^?k:Vr?vA^v,x-?
No. 1117 SAIN STREET.
The; ue now raclvlni ud^opcnlng dilly
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK =
V . . . . -.J-/k. ;. ; . ' " : iMfia* 1 * '
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In the latest and moit modern dcsigni,
And will be plowed to roe all their old friends, I
and m many new oriei as may faror them |
-with their patronage.
r
FREW & BERTSCHY. 1
(So. A
SPFHIAI SfilF I
vi burnt vnbh
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OF
5^" ' v'*" ;i>
BLACK SILKS:
8j
For 30 Days Only. I
J. S. Rhodes & Co/
idK&i ;
The best makes of Imported V
A il
Black Silks at 25 percent less ^
than ever known. A
Lot No. 1 at SOc.
Lot TSo.S, at #1 OO.
4-Str/fr 7; r * ?* ;.??. .;.. .- ,
Lot Pio. 3 at $1 SB. =
If you are interested call ~
soon, as these low prices will
make them move quickly.
:;v ?OTpiP7 $
M Jfe ' .v.'f^V>'--- < /- >> ;;.; . ?5 *C
tSUttchcs ami
JEWTLBR,
1223 MARKET STREET. '
,Attoviici)-nt-jJinu.
Q u. SMITH, r
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just or
mM w ? $*%m:4$?as?wmi e
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T T . TiTOK^T . -T;'', T ! T T T?a?r.'X
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SHMHi
IN ALL THE NK
mm?*
STRIPES,
BBOCA
X.ty.'' .& ., > c-* .'. ,.'*!' > ': .,.'-ir/
BEAUTIFUL
FRENCH W00I
n '.' itel
Togetlier With
fw; 'ci,.: ; ; ;S>*? 'i.w^vV; r?i
i r* :>r* fcl*^ireoT&ii.? : . -
Black ijro urain siiks,
Jersey Silks ar
Hen
nen
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AMD PITTSBURGH CONSERVATORY OF MUSI
DlMlnct Bchooli of Liberal Aru. Muilc. An >nd El<
Alio, iRoclat deuarttnon w for Modem Laaruese*, Bra
S Central. Healthful. Thirty teachers. Chance* lo?
bfflns Sept. 10. Bsroe* lLua?o Z*oao*iuumi E
on-?
OHIO WESLEYANiONIV
nmnyLliid jjimmilliijliilliimM. iiMwulu <wf mll??J??t
nat ao^^C<a?B^Mt?r/jMaa*Ia. Art HvaartMMt. Aaa
iac legator Conga Cow. ?Noca?wyaaBmtmwB?o?nad?t>t*
. ,
'ure Spring Water!
TVe hate the Celebrated Areainn
Spring (Waukesha) Water,
k dellgntfal beverage, ionic and
Iterative, with special virtue In
Cldney troubles. In bottles, on
raught and by the gallon. Also, I
linger Ale made wlih the same
rater. Also, Deep Bock and all
he popular waters.
LOGAN & CO., a
Druggists, Bridge Corner.
ZJlierry Blossom.
A new and elegant Perfaine, at
moderate price. Has given great
itisiaciion to onr customers. All
he popular Odors and! Toilet
loods. Sponges, Chamois Skins,
:c., at
LOGAN & CO.'S,
Druggists.
A WORD IN SEASON I
Self-melting and Self-sealing
I'ax Strings for Fruit Jars ana
ansl A great convenience. Betsr
and surer than the old style. 4
Iso strictly Pure Spices,all kinds.
LOGAN & CO.,
Druggists, Bridge Corner.
Ml
. Wteflpotts, (garriaflcs, &c.
WAAONf? l
CARTS
Lnd Wheelbarrows,
zMmwr-m':': $ >-&> i
Especially adapted to the rough roads 0t Wait 1
rglnla, Ohio ud PemwjlMnUu
'* //v.'
MANUFACTURED BTt Of
BODLEY BBOTBEBS,
\j2 WHEHL1NQ, W. VA, n7j
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DONALDSON, LEWIS & CO.,
,,SB* ;
MANUFACTURERS OF
^ORMDOEBa AND SMALL HAND | J
'231THD. I
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,W COLOliS IN
DIES
JlJsTJD "PLAIHST.'
I
fc>ESIGHVS IIV
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L SUITINGS!!
1
i New Stock of
SSftsE1'
-: : . -.A. |
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id Surahs, j
irietta Cloths, &c., &c. I
>./< '. Vi- '' ;
FAYI,f>R
ioual. i
me College
C.-IOO FULL MUSIC LESSONS FOR SIS.
s tuAt> any equal city ncbool. Thirty-Ant year I
LflKWUKHK. MEND VOK CaTAI/OOUK TO v>.V |
. C. PERSHING, Pittsburgh, Pa.
7~"~
'ERSITYSSS
or'wttit,"LiHtotmdw neeMfMperyjtlMt to;j
! ...........Vli...,.... .. ?M... . T 1
(Sxacnits, fee.
M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE
GROCER,
Fork Packer an 1 Gurer of the i
Celebrated "Red Bird Hums,*'
los. 1309 and 1311 Main Street,
WHEELING, W.VA.
My own Cnro of Choice Smoked Meats rccclvod ,
?Uy dircot from my ForkHouse at Manchester. . 1
Tho Largctt Stock of
GENERAL GROCERIES
3? . SW--S- .-. rts&fi..- v .;T; S
IN THI STATE.
SOLE AGENT IN THIS CITY FOR
Bumford's Yeast Powdorln Bottles.
MoVamar&'a "Olory" Tobacco.
McAlpln'a "Onward" Tobacoo.
Lottler1* silver coin" Tobacco.
muUnf *"**
St. L011U Flour.
BOTAl PATB.MT, Bromon'l Bat. Beit In the "
luket. (ebft I
THE
:
JAPAN TEA
;ff ? ' vA'-i.
HAS ARIUVED
Direct From the Plantation.
1
-TRY IT!- J
a. J. SMYTH,
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Cor. lUiktt ?uil Houitentb Btrecti. d
-FYOTJ NEED ' J
Anything to Eat
00 TO
MoMEOHONB*. =
snS9
li' 1 FLOATING*
(
CaNtllo Soap I K
Unmatured for the tnUet sod Uth. One sheet
St>*I( PapoiKlrenAvray?lthtvcrvc4ko.
Try it, st H.F. BKHHKSh' bTOKKS,
oVir^.- * % '$$&&& &
2 *17 Market Street,
war; &. ?. r cr it Jbsnfo arayfOOrJtodb ats ^
^cstamant. >
yapitalDiningBooms ]
MARTIN THORNTOH, I'BOP'2. ?
^^811
ltranK. ??ml vUltoru coining to Wheeling will J
nointKT tii.it tin' t'Mului IMnluK Room* art now ~~
fulfil ruiiiiluK or<Ur. and k?*1 inealt can bo 1
at all houn ol the d*y or nljrht.
>u0 HQ' ILA Jt 1120 aUKUtTBT, ?
l?CWk7^ j
umarappwIMt 1b?U>ra?MrotU in whicta
aB??g.!sa sg
)l on wQlca the n*ld wife ?Un4i.
ild city of Wheeling tuslott ilaty-flte (?) %xA
xty-Ux (Co), fronttni 01 Market itxtet lw nuaerediUty-iive
being im the comer of ilaiketud
tenthittwfs, on the north at Tenth wui-t, tad
ra'.?sjife.T..,nb?sss;ss
rtyaro indwd. hot nor, tha engiaot. botkanLJ
ssrra wsEs^w^m
room they way be purchased.
On s*ld lot* list;'five and sixty-six then
mown tobe two prior deeds ol tnut, but the d3
iWsrAt,
sassyi
miveyed/by u* tn the. purchaser. *elllurM*
xuftteee, however, we will not warrant thim-I
Tkbiu or Uau-one-thlrd of the purchi*
noaey, or eo much more thereof u the nurchuu
SSSflH IM ffi ?
ipecunlrlnoiwuil twojeui torn the dj,3
me, with Interest limn lh?t in. the dciertM ?
ittlmeat* hellic leuatvd by deed ol truil urn
he properly, and ltuumue on fatfldlnp to ui
unomit ol onohili the ougild oiuvhue monej.
HENBY iL illWu,
Kdwau> aaaou*, Auctioneer. TnUt^
,^^?si!iws,.css?ifis:
rtiatees and oonvey her Inchoate right of dower to
he purchnser of either of the above docribed
laroelx or laud, 11 the purchaser iball to deilre.
or a sum equal to five omentum of the price whk?
halt be paid to the lafd trastces for wenwceL
nat being a little lea than tho money value of the
jidd. ^, - \g>
sjaM?
The ttlo of (he shove dweribod property li ad*
ourned until taturday, September &, m 20 o'clock
UK* W. i'.* 111'isu Vhi'I,
.. imbue',:gjmitttKsjtctKM'
gales. ";,i
CALK OF ISLAND REAL ESFATE?
O Seventy ouo Desirable Lots in Daniel z?nc
iomenttad Tract . . : . J
Inpunusnceof a decree of the Fuprene Oooit
>f Appeals of, Wert\Wnia entered a* the decree
>f the Circuit Coort ofuhio County, W. Va, oa'-,
he 14th oay of July, 188), In the tie* ?f 0 Z Couk
ner and others agtiiut Indiana atcSwoids and
>tben. tho undereltfuwl Spidal tommlttionea
rin.Qn
8ATOBDAT. SEPTEMBER 19,IKS,
beginning at 9 o'clock a? soli at pntlic sqcUqq,
it tho front door of the Couit llnuteo! Ohio ecu*
lituatcdon V ttfeeltni JaSndftn the clfy .If
iug, W. Va, that la to >ay: Tho north one halt?(
Lhe homestead tract 01 Uanlel Zano, derated, (hi
whole of which tract- coutaaed twenty one acta
ind one rod, mcro orlat;.;:^ - . ; ^
Under tho authority of the tald decrce the taM
g6maU?lonen hare cftoecd: the?propertr. to ht ik
rldt'd Into oouvcnlcnt parcels, and have laid*
itreeta and alley* through tho cane, ft r?'at tho*
ingauoh parcels. at eets and aLeyi.hu been M
pared, antfmayhewoniUthe CourtUou-e, in the
afllce of Oeorgt Hook. Clerk of the County Good,
Mated oopii s of said Pint tnay be ha&on applied
tlon to the undersigned.
The laid piopertjwiU flat be offared as a whole,
and efterward* lu th? psrcels sboanonaaidpht,
and wlU be sold in whichever wsjr may appear the
lli-Onethird of the porch*"
money or so much mom ?s the purchaser may
elect cub In hand, the remainder In two equal Initallmenta
payable rwpectivdy In rue aad tec ,
rears from the day of asle, wtta Intemt troa that Say,
the; pnrchkser ttvUr'hls no.es tor t*e defcmd
installments, and the title bring retained to' ;
M WMH
J. C. ?ERVET, Auctioneer.
ComwUsiontr* as requlml by the mM il-crao.
. W. MI'D.HELL,
Mid "Wirt -.,o
WE ISVIM A LOOK AT
Dur Largs Stock of Pocket-Books
i Ponci, B1U Book*, Utter Caws,
Car 1 Caws, Cigar and CI jarttte Quo. 'J
Ul.madoof.bort ItaUierln J?teai and bcatatyta ;
.Prices are uniisoully low, and tho gocdsanmu* :
dlyaUwctire.. Drop In, ;
STANTON & DAVENFOBT,
an27 Ko. 1301 Mart ?t Hurt {
WALL PAPER! I
y
Border and Ceiling Decoration^
Cl> tldren'M Carriage*, |
Blank Book*,
Stationery and
Fancy Goodx.
The Largest Flock and Greatest Variety la 01
Kale. For laloKetall at Wholesale Prkn, by
Wt/gM* ;
JOS. GRATES & SON,
j*?"; V W- ;v-'V
ifrl7 * M Twelfth Sort. .
gA8B BALLS,
BATS, FOOT BAUS AND UKOQUKT.
A good variety at to? prices.
Also, cheap raiding matter, and lota ol it
yni| yrim|nn.
BortKllS an^NeiSIiur, (
W? No. 1414 Marlrt-I?t.
gfcotoflyayhg. :
QABINEIPHOIOGBAVHS,
03 OO For Dozen,
AT HIGUINS' (JALLEBr.
?n?
pABSONS'
Photographic Studio,
1206 MARKET STREET.
Je .a
???o ?sco
Will got Oo6 Dozen Beit 8*tln flniihcd
Cabinet jPhotographs
_ And don't jou/orjet It,
A.T BE,0"W3STS, |
*m? HM M<KgrrKT?>HT-.
gasincss (Cavils.
^TEPH?N McOOLLOUQH, '
' - .'vw
Carpenter and Builder,
Brick and Wooden BaJIdlngt 2
Hook,Valiejn,fik jr Llfh U, Co ua t?n *ndfibcWaj. 2j
^worir promptly Attended to on raaoaaftll'4
REDMAN 4 00.,
tncral Machinist* and Eoglne BaW?r* 1
Cor. Oluplliw tad Ztgbtscoib suttli. 1
BPECIAL ATTENTIONdratioKifll*?* j
A^U lot Um o?tobntod Judion OOTtiwr. j
a LIST, JIL, '
PORK JPACKBB? j
^ * rowmmiTa err sat.

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