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The Intelligencer,
MJBLIKJTKI) DAILY (SUNDAYS KXCKITKD) BY
FttKW, CAMI'HKLL At IIAIM,
ritonucroR*.
AT NO. aj AND 3? FOURTEENTH STREET,
One copy oneyear..**' ??'i ''tiree month*. ?3 W) I
Blx months ? oo|.n?omouth 06
pellvered by carrier* iu city, 16o per neck.
Semi-Weekly Intelligencer,
POBMMtKD *yib* WUWWDAY AN? HaTVHOAT
UOMIIIIM.
Cue jr?mr.....~ *3 oo | nix mouttui..........?i SO
The Weekly Intelligencer,
ht'buuflu) KVBBY THUBHPAY MnBMI?e.
unoyew. * ?u i ou
Groat rt-<5 action ui Glut*. Htud for nample oopy '
and ctrcuUus. AdtlruM, I
FREW, CAMPUELL A HART,
WlIKKMNO, W. VA. I
[Uptcm! at tbc PnatoBlw? at Wheeling, W. V?.,u j
> ?-otn1 flam mnttiT i i
dlu MttMMgmmi
tVHKKMNO, ?*. VA., OCTOIIKK.3, ???R.
A Fuulliii OClc**ll!i|(liir.
The prompt dismissal of Joseph E.
Jlayden, a clerk in the I'dr.Hrun Otlice, in
it warning to all Government employes
with loos* torguts. Hayden was indietreet
enough lo bo overheard wishing
aloud that the President were dead. It
cannot be said, of course, that the wretched
man had murder in his heart, but it is
tvideut that there was something wrong
with him.
No well regulated citizen desires the
death of the President. Once a week at
least prayers go up for him, and tho nounT'
?a ilia iii nfl'inA
try Bay a amen, nutmcmw v.*u ...
thero would be general sorrow. We venture
to say that even this loud-talking
man, Hayden, would not ho barbarous
enough to rejoice. It ia very likely that
ho belongs to that numerous class oi people
who ornament their speech with superiativea
and like to strike heroic attitude/?.
Under the circumstances the President
has been merciful to llayden. Iustead of
parrnitting him to be discharged ho might
have surprised hitn with an invitation to
the White Iloure, tortured him with a
gentlo analys's of the tongue as an unruly
mamber, and sent him oil* dSV.edirith a
fatherly ir. junction to go and sin no more.
Hayden would have been a good deal as
hamed of himsslf. And the country
would have heen sayiug some very nice
things ot the President.
Uovoromoui vt Convict Labor,
In his address before the General Assembly
of the Knights of Labor, at IJaniiltm,
Ontario, Grind Master Workman
I'owderley had this lo cay of contract
*abor:
The attention of the people of America
was openly directed to the letting of a
coutract for the erection of a Government
building to an employer of convict labor.
The reason assigned for letting the contract
to such a person was "that the work
would be done cheaper than if the contract
were awarded to an employer of honest
labor." Tiie Government had no
business to inquire who did tho work 60
long as it was done cheap! Such a doctrine
may be in accordance with the law
as at present fiamed, but, if it is, then the
law should be repealed at once. Tho sin
of cheapnees is becoming a national one, 1
and must be punished, one way or another,
if persisted in. With the number of industrious
men walking the streets of our cities
and towns in idleneKa, it seems to me to be
nothing less than criminal for the Government
to award a contruui to ait employer
of cheap labor, no matter whether it
tomes from the penitentiary or foreign
land.
Wecretary Manning did not fully appreciate
what ho was doing or what intluenccs
he was arousing when ho took this stand.
He consoled himself with the thought i
that tho letting of a contract is a .
matter of cold business?oaly that j
and nothing more. He did not realize ('
that his cold view was not likely to be i
well received by people of heart. The 1
people of this country do not expect that 1
their government will directly or indirectly
omploy convict labor which comes in -j
competition with free labor. In prosper- i
ous times such a thing might pass unnoticed
or with little comment, but theio !
are not prosperous mui
Secretary Manning could not have carc- i
fully considered the matter or he would net
have laid the administration open to the
only int/epretation than can be put upon
his act. _________________
Fium The l'iibll*ti?rv.
The October isfeue oi The Decurator and
Furnisher begins the fourth year of this
successful artistic journal and its editorial
page is devoted to a terse review of the
prosperity it has enjoyed. The magazine
has always t mploycd the best writers and
artistB it could conuuaud, and each monthly
number is crowded with entertaining
articles, pleasing designs and valuable
suggestions ou the subject on house-Iur- [
nishing and decorating. Tho October
number contains articles on well-known 1
London houses, the homes of Madame
Mario Koho Maphson, Carl Kosa, Mrs. 1
Lingtry, Lewis Morris and othors, designs '
for metal work, camp building in tho Adirondaeks,
furnishing with modern means,
design for handsome sideboard, ceiling 1
ornamentations, French house-furnishing,
suggestions for decorators, letters for fancy i
work and sign painters, interior of the now
Synagogue in New York, jewelry designs, <
and decorativo art stuuy for women, i
The illustrated description of the New I
Seventh Regiment Armory, just issued by J
tho Decorator and Furnisher, is a work of I
art well worth preserving. A noto to tho '
publishers, including thirty-tivo cents, I
will bring a specimen copy, iu which '
?very ono wilt tind something of interest, i
The magazine is published at No. 30 East i
14th street, Now York City. 1
Johnston's Journal, an illustrated maga- i
sine for tho people, is the comprehensive t
title bv which the journal formerly called 1
"The Operator" will hereafter he known. <
Tho paper was established in 1874, and its I
success in a limited sphere has encour- J
aged tho publisher and editors to make a i
radical change iu its size and style, and t
transform it into a high-class but luw- i
priced illustrated literary journal, of six- 1
toon pages, appealing to tho general *
reader. It is promised that in ita contents t
tho paper under its new name will aim to (
combine recreation and amusement with J
instruction and information?that is to t
aay. while the articles will bo short, bright t
and readable, they at tho eamo time will 1
be of au "informational" character?and e
that it will be a inavrasiuo for the home h
and family?pure, clean, wholesome and f
elevating. It is issued from the same t
publishing house as are tho well known t
and successful popular scientific journal*", I
Industrial American and The Electrical v
World. October 3d is the first number t
under tho now name. Published ?very
other Saturday. $1 a year; 5 cents a copy.
May be ordered of any newspaper dealer. c
W. J. Johnston, publisher, 1) Murray
street, New York; 48 Congrtss Btreet, Bos- v
ton; 23 Borden Block, Chicago. t'
As noon an it became apparent that *
Moses King, the youug publisher, of liar- p
vard square, at Cambridge, Mass, had met n
an unprecedented success with his book n
called "Students'Songs"?the sale already ii
reaching nearly 50,000?several publishers P
bought out collections of so-called student ti
or college songs. Some of thorn are legiti- n
mate competitors; but some of themap- tl
pear so similar ill shape, in title, in design j v
or general make up, as to mislead a casual; g
buyer who may be intending to get a copy i o
of the original "Students' Songs," which! n
was edited by Win. 11. Hills, ol tho liar- tl
'nrd c)a?fl of Ifiso, and published by M
Cing, oi the Harvard elwsoC 1881,
juini Mof both appearing on the title ]
)f the genuine collection only. The
*83 of thin collection if due chiefly to
renhmns cf its sixty copyrighted so
otnpriainsthoso jolly and meiodiouati
ind peculiar phrases wliich, within
met I Mil years, have arisen and bee
teneraliy popular amoojr the studeni
ill American colleges. The low price
-lilty cents?and the attractive apt
inco, also, have had their influence
naking "Students' Songs" the most
hatful book ol its class ever publishe
hit) country.
The b'oHthcrn Bivouac for October be
with tbe second article on Ante-Be
Charleston, by I'aul Hamilton Ha
1'his paper is devoted to a sketch o
life and career of William Gilmore Sin
ind is accompanied by portraits of Le|
Simma, and of Kobert Y. Hayne, ai
view of Si mills' residence, "Woodlan
I). L. Wilson, who wrote papers last
for the Century oil the Ku-h.lux Klai
l>liea in this number of the Jiicow
some of his critics, who have itupli'
doubt ?8 to the origin of the Klan ai
liicated in his previous paper. Gei
Aipheus Biker, of Louisville, haa a
terenting paper entitled, "The Pocahc
of the riouth." This Pocahontas v
daughter of Hilliahajo, and the ato
loeated in Florida, during the In
wars, in which General Andrew Jac!
participated. The moat interesting
paper in thia issue, and one of the J
interesting that has appeared any wl
is the correspondence between Gei
Braxton Bragg and his commanders,
his retreat from Murfreeeboro. Gei
Bragg was ci iticised for making the re
after that battle instead of advancing,
in order to justify himself he requ<
his subordinates to state, in reply tc
letter, if they had not, every one of tl
recommended the retreat. In addi
he desired alao to know if he atill had
confidence of his array. This letter,
the repliee, is contained in the Oct
Ifivouac.?ll. F. Avery & Sjn, Louis
Ky.
IN THE KIVCUES.
Vvlanbln fur th? "Lady of
lliiuae"?Oliolca l>l?h?ii.
Graph Pickles.?Fill a jar with i
nato layers of grape and sugar, and c
with cold vinegar.
No-Eou Cookiks.?One cup of bu
one of milk, two of sugar, half a
spoonful of bicarbonate oi soda, half t
upoonfm of cinnamon or nutmeg,
Hour enough to roll.
Hasty Cur Puddino.?Beat four sp
fulaof tl .mr with a pin* of railkaud
eggs ti a good batter, nutmeg and aug
tuste; butter teacups, fill them three)
/..II a.?l ?>,nm hi tlift nvun
bake in a quarter of an hour.
Stuffed Caiibaob.?Cut out the I
of a fine large cabbage, fill the vac
with cooked chicken or veal, minced
flue, highly seasoned, and rolled into
with yelk of ejjg. Tie the cabbage fi
together, and boil in a covered kettle
hours.
Liuiit and Puffy Ici.no.?White ol
egg beaten to a stiIT froth, beat in gr
ally a quarter of a pound of powd
sugar, with not q'lite a half teaspoon!
baking powder mixed with it, flavc
taato. Nice for the top of any h
pudding, whether to be served in wb
is baked or in saucers.
Ohii.i Sauce.?Twelve ripe towa
four ripe peppers, two onions, two t
spoonfuls ot sugar, three teacups oi
gar and a little cinnamon. Peel the t
toes and chop them fine, also the per
and onions, and boil all together one!
Canned tomatoes may be used if i
ones are not convenient.
Ciikk.se Potatoks.?Select large poti
of oven aiz*, bake, and when done <
piece from each end and remove th
aide and rub through a fine sieve or r
thoroughly; put on the lire with hal
ounce of butter and one ounce of gi
cheese for every four potatoes; add bo
milk, pepper and salt as for mashed j
toe <, fill tbe potato shells, and put in I
oven and brown.
Mkb. Lincoln's I kmon* Jelly .-a'
half a box of gelatine, one scant cu
cold water, one pint of boiling water,
uup of sugar, half a (large) cup of le
juice, one rquare inch stick of cinnat
tfoak the gelatine in cold water till
Shave the lemon rind thin, using i
Dl the white, bleep it wiin me ci
mon in the pint of boiling water ten i
utes, then add the soaked gelatine, si
iiul lemon juice, and when dissol
drain.
Citron Cars.?Six eggs, beaten 1
and the yelks strained; two cups of sa
three-quarters cup of butter; two and
half cups prepared flour, or enougl
make a pound-cake batter. With a
brands you may need three cups; onepound
of citron cut in thin shreds ;j
}f an orange and one teaspoonful gr
peel. Cream, butter and sugar; add
polks, the whites and flour by turns,
3rauge, and lestly, the citron, dree
with Hour. Beat all up hard and bait
two loaves.
Oysters on Toast.?Open two di
arjjo oysters, keeping them separate f
:heir juice, then mix smoothly the y
3i two virus with some flour; bread
jystors and season them with salt
pepper; then drop tbem separately in
nixturu of exg and Hour, place them
?auce:>an and brown them in clarified
;er. When browned remove the oyi
ind pour their liquor in the butter
remains in the pan, thicken this wi
little Hour, and, alter simmering ge
for two or three minutes, put back
>y8ters and let them remain until thoroi
y hot, then tako them out and serve
ilicea of toasted Vienna broad.
The Cornflower In the Garden.
techanqe.
It is rather singular, with the '
numerous weeds we have received f
Europe, especially from England, that
}f the commonest weeds of the grain;
should not have been established he
h? rinni.flnwfir anil lhn Horn Pni
Both plants are annualp, anil it ma;
that they are prevented from appearic
weeds, because tlie seeds cannot re
:boir vitality in the severe cold of
winters. We have received so many co
uul unsightly weeds from Europe, itse
i pity that we are deprived of the re
beautiful ones.
Tne Corn-ilower is frequently culiivi
n ^aniens, especially in the country
en under the name of the Bacliel
ikttonB, a name bIbo applied to buv
)ther flowers. Besides Corn-flower
Miie-bottle, the plant is called in Engl
IHue-blaw and Hurt-sicklo. the la
latne from a notion that in reapini
urns the edge of the sickle. The p!
b closely related to the thistles. '
mid has an outer row of very largo fior
tfliich are of one of the most beaul
hides of bluo to be found in any tlo
Cultivation has produced purplish, wl
tnd other varieties, none of which ec
he original in beauty. This is said t<
ho favorite tlower of the Emperor A
iam, wherein he shows excellent ts
o far as color is concerned. An old leg
ayp, that a youth, named Cyanus,
ond of flowers, and would j)ass day
ho fields, and instead of burying him,
yen cremating his body, the God<
'lora transformed him into a Corn-flo?
vhich wjw ? good ana iianuaorne iniog
ho Goddess to do.
Hook* for the Uueat Chamber.
loorl JlotudueplW.
At one time I was staying in a he
rhere the guest chambercontalned am
ho furniture, a little shell of books
lave often thought of them since, wil
-ondor that more careful hostesses did
rovide the same. Nights when I co
ot sleep, and mornings when I waitet
iv room for the breakfast bell, I dip;
Ho tho contents?a volume or two
oeins, some short stories, and interest
ravels comprised the whole?and I fot
ot tho least 'pleasant part of my visif
!iob? quiet moments by the wind
rhich overlooked the great, old-faahioi
nrtlfn. Anv housekeeper could spare
r eight books* from her library, and
lost any guest would bless her for
lought, A little workbaaket fully ato
osea ad; pen, ink and ready to hand?tho visithe
tor cares nearly as much (or these as for
p8Re fresh towels and extra coverings. The
sue- Golden Rule, which in a guide to all
?the branches of good housekeeping, as to all
ng?; branches of all business, comes to one's
incs aid here, and what we rare most for in
the Another'? homo we should endeavor to
ome givo the comer to our own.
tB Of
, too KUnlnc the Vlrgtu.
>ear- San Pianclteo Chronicle.
) in Id the old lown proper of Baden-Baden
sue- there are some very ancient monuments
d in And relics. The Hchloes is still called the
New Castle, although it was built back
yonder in the year 147i>. The most curious
Kina things about mis wonoeriui cnaieau are
Hum the vast and gloomy subterranean apartyne.
mente which underlie-itrand about which
' the mysterious and bloody legions are related,
urns, They of course include a chamber of tor,?are,
ture, in the floor of which a trap-door
id a opens on the Virgin Kiss. The poor devil
ids." who had been condemned to death was
year brought here to be t?*ld that he was free.
I, re- Then he was led clo e to a statue of the
ic to Virgin Mary that stood in the room, and
ad a auked to return thanks to her for his reft
in- l?atse and to ki?a her on the lips. His
leral doing so touched a spring that opened the
a in- trap under his feet, and 'the unfortunate
mtas man dropped down forty feet to fall into
ras a the outstretched arms tf a female statue,
ry in which wns as thickly covered with sharp
dian gpikea and razor-blades as there are quills
kflon on the fretful porcupine,
war
nost Little Willis ecreama and storms with
lere, a burn upon his arm. To little Willie joy
leral is sent, by using Salvatiou Oil, the great
after liniment.
leral ?
treat mauuikd.
and CALDWELL?WILLIAMS?Ou Wedneidiy.October
7.1P85. at ibo wldmco of the bride's mother,
ISteU hyi iter. U- A. Cmmliubam. l/.D.. Wi mam H.
) b)8 cV l)WiLL, K?y., and Its Ukhuu K. Vwllums,
Uem, No audi.
ft; ???
1 l"? inSUDTOf-On Tn^.tnr. Or.tober 0, 1SS5,
WitQ John W.,foa of VV. R. mid Mary K Imnaldwa,
ober njud 7 yt'Ars y moatlw ant c d >?.
nlle, Fuiiuiul will tnVe plfco from the residence of hit
parent*, No. 42 3. IlurooHircot, Inlutid, thh (Thura
day) ufieruoou at 2 o'clo:k. latcrnient *t Penlu
*jU Cemetery. Friends of the fitelly are respect*
the folly Invited to at'end.
liter- SXctUcill.
0Vflr - -j ?
l Red Star
j - tnadc\nco/mark;
:|wh?
ballfl Absolutely^^^*^^
roily Free from Opiatet, Emetics and 1'oltont,
tw? A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For Courlm, Borolhrort, lioaT?cnc*?, Iafluctt**,
[ One ColJ?. IlronchUU, Croup, Whooplu* Cou*b?
^.i.. A.thwn, Qo!n?f, I'?ln? In Che??, ?t?4otku
"uu" aStclloniorOnThrout*ti<lLii?fffc
lered p^e no ccnU a bottle. Sold by DrajrKUH and Ponltil
of cru. JMrttei unable U> Induce their dealer tn promptly
" art It f?r them ulll r**it< tico bottle+?zpre*9 chart/**
T to vuij, by tending one dollar io
aired TUB CHARLES A.VOOILETt roflMlT,
, .. Sola Owotra ?! M?nuf?otiir?r*,
,at it ii?m?..r?. ji?riu?J.r.R. a
tow. ffiaitdu IHannfactovir.
? ORANGES AND LEMONS!
ipers
lour.
freah
itoos 100 Boxes Fino liodi Oranges.
:nt a
ein." 100 .Boxes Messina Lomons.
uaen
f an
ated JUST RECEIVED BY
iling
?otaihot
IVicliolas Scliulz,
Pftke ,1319 market 8treet.
ip of ===========================
mon ?lass anil CJutcnsware.
TUST OPENED?A FINE LINK OF
soft tl
iono 4
noa Decorated Chamber 8e!s ami Uhissuare
mill- At Bottom Prices.
JOHN FKIEDEL,
' yop19 1*30 Muln gtnvt.
;.Vi ????? ?????
(Contccitcrnccy,
0D?- '/'IEUESFELDER'S
a to fi
oine
alee ICE CEBAM I
atod
tbo ALL FLAVOBS.
, the
No extra charge for Moulded Cream*. an!3
;e in Z .. .
Jcntists.
?en (1 OLD LINED RUBBER PLATES
rom Ijr
plkfl
. Combine purity ol roM with strength of rub,
tue bcr. and are ax eomforUblo and leas ux]>ei)sive
and tliau a Gold I'lato.
the UKO. C. MILLIGAN, Dentllt,
:n o No lUtf Market dtreet.
u. * (Rooma formerly o.-cupltd by Vr$. durgUon &
DUt- PoiO TrU'phniiP Nn 4or. ?n?2l
iters .
that Jr.
th a SZZ
ntly TCE1 I0EI
the X
igh- Wo are prepared to deliver flntcliua Ice to all
3 on Darta of tho dir. either by wholesale or retail, at
the lovrwt prlcc. BALL BROS.,
Oflloe In Armstrong, Coen <fc Co.'?Building,
Tonlh Htr^t n*ar Mwrlrfrt.
TBAVKLKIW' UCIDli.
S A RUIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
/YtRAIN8?Explanation or Rcruusca Mahkh.
Geld ^"I"j4yexcc,)lc<1' |Monday excepted.?
re? : ~ Depart Arrlyo.
?pl sx^i0'B'B'7Et!!:
' E5E23 5:30 pm *10:16 a m
goa ("SiSriS 8:16 ?"> j-?P?
Uin Maunlngloa Accom l-SSS
0lir MoundavlUu ACtiom 11.85am 1.20 pm
arso Kipro?(Ch[ '?ml Col)? 9:15 fi m ? B:20 a m
etna Kipn??(0Uic??o?iidCo I liiSSSS
ml 1 v Kxpre* (Chicago *ad Col) *10:25 p m 6.30 pm
a y Zininvlllo Accom .. 5:J?P2J 2:S2nS
Zaxieftvillo Accom 7.86am 8.60 pm
,tf,d WMhiTgunand I'itUburdh... 4:<0am *9:061 m
, Washington aud Pltuburgh... 7:46a ni tll:06a m
Or 8 Washington aud Pittsburgh... 6:86 p m t 8.06 p m
cral Washington and Pluaburgh... J:? pa 10:tt p m
Bnii Washington ... t 6:06 p m 7.85 a m
&QU p ??tl L. By??KJLBT.
and puu'bwTh 1 t 7:28 a rn t 6:66 p m
ttor Pittsburgh and Now York t lJMpm
jl Pittsburgh and Now York t 4:10 pm fll :66 am
ant kxpkw,ClnTandHt Eoula... t 7:25am t 7:06am
The teprt^ Cln. and 8L Louis.... J 8:40 p ra t 6:65 pm
i*. Kxpraui! Hteubenrllle A Col... I 1:20 pm f 3:36 p m
?! stcubenvllle and Donntsou... t 4:10 p m
iful BM"U o.*r.B.R,
wer pittaburvJi & Cleveland........ t 6:22a m 8:38 pm
,urt 8teulKnvllle Accommodation T J?:08 a in 8:23 p m
9 Pitt*., New York dt Chi.... f 10:47 a m 11:23 a m
lUftl pjiuburgb and New York T*';?P?
v Kn t twnrnswil Iiwvhti * fc'l* nBl 11 *
VII- Cm L. * W. H. B.
KxprotB, Cleveland, K, 6 W... 12:47 p m 2:37 p m
ate. Manlloti Aooom 4:12pm 10:1*2am
end su ClalifTllle Aoconu 9:12am 8:17am
waH St. Claltfrlllo Accom- 1:42 pm 12:57 pm
j 8t Clalf*rllle A/Jcora. 6:27 pm 6:07 pm
8 ln Local Freight and Accom 4:47 am 9:00 pm
, or Ohio Hirer Uallrund.
Iudb P*j?enger~ 7:10 a m *10:66 a m
iCHB ... 4:00p m 8:55 pm
for, 9:06 a m 6:16 p a
*0r Z. * O. Ballroitd.
Leave BcUaire at 6:40 r. x. lor Woodifleld and
Snmmerfleld.
Leave Boilalre at 6:16 a. v. (or 8umxnerfleld and
ZanoRvlUe.
Arrlrw at Belial re 10:10 a. n. and 6:28 r. m.
ong -yyHEELIiiG A ELM GROVE K. K.
u _ On and after MONDAY, May 4, 1886, tralna on
,n* the W. A K. O. E. R. wlU leare u folJow:
nP, Leave dty at I*are Wtaeellnc Park at"
Qlu 6:81 a. K. 1:00 p.M. 6:10 a. K. 1:00 p.M.
i in 6:10 " 2:00 " 7:00 2:00
^.i 7:00 " 1:00 ? 8:00 ? 1:00 ?
peu g;0Q ,i 4100 " 9:00 4:00
of 9:00 " 6:00 ? 10:00 - 6:00 "
;ing 10:00 " 6:10 11:00 " 6:10 M
xnd 12;qq o g-oo .. B:00 ..
t in 9:80 ? I 8:66
low 10:06 "
led OH 10 MOATS.
?!x Leave dtr at 7 a. k. *nd rnu every boar until 9
al- r.u.
?hn l**tb Wheeling Park at I A. M. and ran ertrj
2? hoar until 10 P. V. C. IURSC1I,
Ck- ajS Baperinteadeat.
Btw Aducrtlscmcnis.
rHMNTKD-TO IlOIlROW $>;W0 00 a
ImtnedUteljr. *lllnay?Percent IdterwL I
Fecutlty guaranteed For furthir loforraatlou lu- I
uttlre o( (UKlttTr & ANDJtiliON, Cenfal Block, I
fcel'alrc, Ohio. oc?P*w? 1
WANTKD?SIX LIVE MEN TO CANVA6S
the cltr frum homo to houcc to lutrodin
e a new ami UMrful article. tioo<l induct nu-uU
to Did right party, i ail attho ttowcll House botweeu
6 uml 8 o'clock thlx eveultur
o<* J. R KliWABHS.
xpw DESIGNS
IN PLAIN AND FANCY
UN DERWE AK.
Bee the "Cheat 8hldd' t'udenblrt.
D. GUNDUNG dt CO.,
oc Bole Agm<. *6Tvm\tth Street
?J?0 TUE
LADIES OF WHEELING!
MI1S. C. P. WILSON
Hu returned from tbe &ut, aad ii now p:e*
pared to do
Styli?li X>rcja?mal?in<2:
TO OltOKR, |
M*lng thn wearer a noclitl de?fjjn suit jd to her \
fltfureand ma'o lul Ladle* will cud it to their
advantage to call at _
OC8 :gfOJ?COB STREET. I
PUIiLIC SALE
OF
Clm firnuo PrnnortuT
Ullll UIUIO I lUfJOlIJ I
AT Til K
COURT HOUSE, ^
CITY OF WBBSU.VQ, S
Thursday, Oct. 8.
Tlio IkHutlluJ Suburban Lota into which the
DAKKK Fa KM h*a been surrojod, will be offered
(or ?i!o hb above,
, Sale Commencing at 10 O'clock A. M. I'
lhose wanting to Invwt, Ilher for appcnluUon n
cr for a home, will flud bargain* at tbU sale. . c
For dt-acriptlou and term* tee larg bills. n
JAMES GILCHRIST, Agent. "
W. H. HAUJtK, Auctlontor. ocfi
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY
oi Ohio. Iu (heClerk'i Offlreof the Circuit
Court /or said county. October Kulej, WJ5.
Rebecca R. Smith )
v?. Chancery. ^
Elijah F. Smith. J L
SUMMOS8. l
Tuk State of Wmt VreniNu:
lo the Sheriff of Ohio County, Greeting:
We command you that yon summon E?JJnh F
Smith, if bo be found iu your bailiwick, to*pp?ar
at the C!crk'n office of the Circuit ? ourt of jlilo
eouuty at rulw to be held fur the Kaid Court, on
tho first Monday In October, 18 "A toau?wer a bill
in chantry CAhibited rg<Un%t him lu the said C
Court, by Robtcca R. Smliu, and bav? thin and
there thfi writ. ?
Witnefh, John W. Mi'chell, Clerk of our ?ald 3
Court, at the Court Uoukc of ?aid county, in the
Citv of Wheeling the vsih day of Bei-teuiber, D8>. r
and iu ine ZJd >car o! the SUte ol West Vlrg nla. r
JuHN W. MirCIibLL, clerk.
SHERIFF'S RKTUKN.
EliUh P. Smith la no inhabitant of my bailiwioi
nor found therein tbi?5th day of October l:f5
fit AS. T. KL iNCH Ar I), D. 8.
Fir W.C. UiM>LA?,8.0. C. J
OCTOEKR RULEJ, 1?5. A
Thcobjcrt of thii mil is toob'iln adivorco from V
the bondof mattlmony fr >m eald defe -dant; and
it appearing Jrorn un affidavit tiled herein that
Kiijan F. Smith, tnr do.'cudant, 1* not n >tMrieutof
the Bta'e o W? vt Vligmta it Is ordered that Ivj d >
appear here within on.' mouth afu r the d*tu of the
Unit publication <f th a orde*. aud d?? what is
: ntcofinry to p otett l?K inU'reita in thU ku:t.
In tea iinony wherwf 1 bavn hereunto act my t
hand this 7th d y of 0<'tobcr, 1WB
JOHN W. MITCHELL Clerk. Q
Pub'ished for the tWt time Octohe ?, 1885. k
Atteit: JORN W. MiTUilELL, Clerk.
W. J. W. co'ile.v.
So'Joi'.cr for Complainant.
NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS.
In the Circuit Coint of OhloCouuty, West Virginia.
Rebecca R. Smith ") I
vs. > In Chancery. I
1'lMah t. Smith. J [
Take notice that the depodt'on* of Rebecca R.
Smith, Mttry Bidiood, Hu<h Croektrd and o'bera
will he takon *t the law office of W. J. \V. Cowden.
12il Chtnlino itreet, in the City of Whedinff, t hlo
nnniif (>. >KJ Hint.. nf W...I Vi.nlnla r.? ,hn ?,?.
day of November, \. D. lltal between th-j botirj of
8 o'clock k m. aud 'J o'clock P H . lo ho read in T
evidence *n tliu at>r>ve nam- d causo on behalf rf L
wild plaintiff Anil If, from any cau*e, the tulug
o' the s*ld deposition* ?li*il not be commenced. or belrg
commenced, ulull not bu completed on that
day, -he taking of the same will bu adjourned
from ttrne to time uutU the aame Khali be completed.
KtllhCOA K SMITH, Hiln'iff. s
Py W. J. W. CnrpEN, her Attorney. 1
To Elijah F. 8?ith, Defendant. oct-Th J
THE PERFUMED BALL-ROOM!
The Atlanta Corutitutlon, speaking of tho Mystic
Owls' display, addt.:
Tbe perfumed b?ll room was one of tbe novel
and graceful features ol this grrat event. As the
guests entered tho Opera House* they were greeted
with the most delicious odors, a* from a freshly
blooming b. d of a thousand dowers. The air was _
laden w|.h the soft, sweet perfume that seeded to r
tie tbe very breath of tbe itoddess of pleasure and r
a wooing u> the k? idle* ol the occasion. A fouu* I
t-<in, neatly placed, was playing all the eveulng,
the cologne which gave forth ibis perfume, and
tbe practiced tenses ol the ladles at onee detected
what it was. We need hardly say ibat the fountain
and the two atomliera weio dispensing to tbe atmosphere
tho odor of
TAYLOR'S PREMIUM COLOGNE,
an artlclo of Southern manufacture that has
promptly won 1U way Into wide spread popularity.
ThU Cologne I* of tlte fluent quality, luting and
delicious; and an cateemcd article on the toilet
table of all that have used It. Thu quick aud delicate
tens* (.f th? "Mystic Owl*" at onco discovered
it* merlta, and they had uo happ'er conceit to
offer their gueata than theae fountain jeta of de- T
lighUul perfume. Ti e lair dancer* who found so *
grateful a rcfr. sher last evening will please themselves
and honor thi-lr entertainers by keeping up
tho seusatlon throughout the twelve-mouth by
tnpans of Uils deltehtml a?tent. au'Jfl Mwraw
A
r-^-A?ii
-f- ias8 ^ isss -f 1
I jiu r.
/wheeling\
rC?-CZK8-0-Xn (
WEEKLY ^ _
:5SS?:i
I ONE DOLLAR I
\ PER /
/TVTN/VIA/TN/OV
FllEW, OAMPDKLL & IIART, Prop's.
justness Cards, D
gTEPUEK McOULLOUGH, : li
Cnrpontor ami Builder,
Brick and Wooden Building* Erected.
Boob, Valleys, 8ky Light*, Couutenand Shelving. m
All work promptly attended to on reasonable C
StjhoP-AIIov 13, tear of Cepliol. Healdcnce,
So M Fifteenth atreuL Shop la rear. ju %
JJEDMAN A CO.,
Beneral Machinists and Engine BnDdars,
Oor. Chapllne and Eighteenth Btroeta.
3PZC1AL ATTENTION given to Bepalr Work.
Agenta (or the colebrated Jndaon Governor.
mrac
?) O. LIST, JR., I
PORK PACKEH, (1
28 FOURTEENTH 8THEST,
004 1 M
?tm .Advertisements.
3E0,E,STIFEL ~
& CO.
M 1
HDCAT \lh\ IICQ
UilLfll VrtLULU
Silk Goods i f
Five Pieces very Fine Black ?
thadames at $| 00 Per yard. |"|
["his is a bargain which no one
hould neglect to see.
Five Pieces Black Merveil;ux,
fine, heavy and brilliant ~r
foods, at $| 25 pc yard. This
[uality would be cheap at $| 50, J
Six Pieces Gurnet Black Silk, dii
leautiful quality, warranted not ?a
o cut, at $| 50 per yard. U(
MU
Three Pieces Bellou Black
Silk, very fine and heavy goods,
t $175 per yard. Former
rice $2 00,
<
Five Pieces 22-inch Bonnet
ilack Silk, elegant finish, at
;2 00 per yard ; cheap at $2 50,
Do not fail to examine
he above Five Bargains in our
Silk Department.
1
;eo.e.stifel&co.
1114 MAIN ST. m
Market Street Enlrnnec Through Ueo. ^
1. burst's Confectioner}'.
0*7 __
(6. gXotrtcl St (Co.
SOMETHING NEW!?
-ISWhat
tte people ?re Ifoklng for, and wo
always manage to be the FIRfT DEALERS
In tbe city to get tlio Now Styles ol
urniture, No
Carpets,
Rugs,
Oil Glottis, ?
Ard everything else pertaining to
lOTJSKFUllNISIIINGp ?
Dt
Ce
OUR
RC
few Fall Stock!
Ia coming In now, and we would be pleaxod
to have our friends look over our stock bofore
purchasing. PE
J, Mendel&Co.,|
1134 MAIN ST. F
wrft
v
g. g. gUlOlUs Sc (CO. reiiK
. S. RHODES & CO. <5
FLANNEL:
DEPARTMENT. J
? BR
Being large purchasers of the
lanufacturers' Trade Sale of
lannels in New York, we are Ctj
repared to offer them at less j
lan present cost of production.
NOVELTIES XN
Silks, Velvets, ;
AND
FINE DRESS GOODS!
OPENED DAILY.
w
. 5, Rhodes&Co.r"
lies MAIN ST. mi'
!JC3 Boot!
<6to. g. g?Blor??*gm gall ami flSUntci: CToortg.
O O IwMWn
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ooooooooooooooooooooooooo
CTTJST CCFEOSTEID.
GEO. R.TAYLOR
*1 IKS # VELVETS
Ill the Most Choice Shades, and at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES I
rencfi Wool and Camel's Hair Dress Goods
BOUCLE'S DIAGONALS AND COMBINATIONS
Of the Very Latest Importation.
CLOAK DEPARTMENT l"j
This Department has received special attention, and offers ii
icements that cannot possibly be excelled in any city in el<
ince of style and fit. Our
iwmarkets, Sacques, Short Dolmans in Brocade Velvet and Plus!
Are the very latest, at prices sure to be satisfactory.
MERINO Ac CA3IEL'S HAIR,
OUNDERWEARIt*
For Men, Women and Children!
[email protected]?Special attention is called to this Department. - .
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS!
RED AND .WHITE.
HOSIERY
ALL SIZES?BEST GRADES.
aEO.R. TAYLOR
nr-pW
(Svoccxti5, &c. gttio fc gcytschj).
' Announcement
GROCER, TOTHE PUBLIC.
Fork Packor anl Curerol the
Celebrated "Bed Bird Hams," ??
SIQflQ Qnrl IQ11 Mq!d ^tfOOt Tlie anderalgned, having 4alcly withdrawn fro
I lull J CIIU lull malll Oil coif the Anna of Friend A Son ami Arben*, Bertachy
WHEELING W. VA. ??" haV?fonnod * copartnership nnder the flr
r own Cnre of Chalco Smoked Meat* received
jr direct Irom my Pork House at Manchester.
Frew & Bertschy
IN TH8 STATE.
For the parpo?o of carrying on the;
IOLE AGENT IN THIS CITY FOR
Furniture, Carpets & Undertakin
:AIpln'? "Onward" Tobacco.
ttler'? "?Uver loin" Tobacco.
iPoni'a Sporting Mining and Blasting Powder. BI7HINES8 AT
lcbratod "8e*l BUn" opts.
st. IjOUTM~fioui*. No. 1117 MAIN STREET.
)YA.L PATENT, Braouti't Beat Bc?t In the
lcct- i?5L. They are now receiving and opening dally
iW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. ^ ENT|RE N[W ST0C|
Juat received, Five Barrels Choloo nulled
INNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT, lD 0,0 ,nd mM1
WARRANTED POKE. And will be pleaaed to sco all their old friend
>t Cakn in tiiemoinlng *hUs tho cold weather " m*S[.^ .I?" Z^"" U""?
I. J. SMITH,
uts'.',""""-? FREW & BERTSCHY
.. Jv*
(Mchi Hauditing) '
rioui brands of Best Family Flour sold very
mablo, and delivered promptly, #t
h. F. bkbben3' stores, Capital IMniner Roomi
yi 2217 & 2219 Market St.. or 3601 Jamb St
MARTIN THORNTON, PROP'S.
RANBEKRIEfe! Established Sept. 1,1873.
25 Crates, One Bushel Each,
82 (0 PER CRATE, tjf
A.t MoMochou's.
w Flgn (the fWU arrtvo to d^y. ocC
"oSIatclus untl JkwcU'jj. ^UBS^Ur
;st opened,
A FINK LINE OF NOVELTIES IN ^
Strang*r? and rialtort oomlng to Wheeling wi
11 00 nnvil nnnnrn ^member that the Capital 'MnlngRoomaarenoi
ASS, ROYAL COPPER K3ESs:?.:^d'^ -b
' an* NO 1124 * 11M If ARKKT ST.
And Antique, Silver Finish,
Suitable (or Wedding Present*. _ ggttflfltstg.
I and examine, HOT C/uAl-IIlEIS I
. G. DILIiON, THg
21 1223 MAKKKT BTRRBT.
tor
Specimen. Ifl IBMr^
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER'
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER. * ^Bf
rHE BEST WEST VIRGINIA WEEKLY,
[HE BEST WERT VIRGINIA
only one dollar A year, makea tbcrn elegant. Hold wholesale and r?UU{ b]
only one dollar a year. B? H. LIST, Sole Manufacturer,
Send for apeclmen number. aepa 1010 MAIN RTRRKT
PDBlJflHEDTHURSDAYS. v MAI" '
Sapee ^Storehouse. <goaI
HEELING PAPEB WAREHOUSE. Q0AIjI C0ALI
COAL!
:ol>in?on, Fart* & Go., Having made arrangement* with Wm. Porter,
iactozen and Dealers In ever* variety ol ?2??i5u,L?? .ibe Hea-ant Valley Coal Hanka. we
? ' w are prci>arcd to fill orde's for the beat quailUtaol
JL No. 1437 MAIN STREET, Bltumlnoua Coal at the loweat poaalble prleca, aud
L mjli KpU C. 8EBKST 4 SONS,
Immtm cuts.
OPERA iToiJgJrONK
MUUT ONLY.
Saturday, OrfnliiT lo, lss,j,
Bpcilal KD{?gemi>M r.l ti>.- Cbirmhj iu.,i t?
.LOTTAI
L AMKR'CA'S 01 (TED C0MKUIEJ5NE,
Supported by bcr owu Cojrcdy Company, in b.r
Latib. Mid OKuUklSua-tw,
M'LLE N1T0UCHE.
MUSIS BY "HERVK.
Mil* Lotta will appear In thice cbaricUn
"Dealt? Do FUviuy," "Mllouchc," a
Priuciw, aud an a Drummer !!oy.
IAduuntoo. fO ?nd 75 rents. Femvcd Mat* ii
Sale of M'ttt. Tnurmlny. Oct bet W.aUovlxi i! *'
at lUiuniif H Mii?ln H?or.?.
"ol'Klt^V IlOUisIT"
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
October 12 uiid 13.
First production lu tbU city < f the
11 Great London anil Now York Sweets,
-XliHiWages
of Sin!
[BY MAUBCKY & OVEItTOX'S
GRAND DMJiTIC GOWK
Tho moral Is to sound that it stands ililobyili*
* ith tho bess termou wo cverht?rJ.-G'k- r ifofl,
1
Admls-lon TO and 75 cons. No ?>x?ra rhamp f,r
reserved ?eaH. ?al<jof teats at llautncr'fc, jShui.
day. Ocfob r 10. en
CHARLEY sHAViT
* ACADEMY GF MUSIC
Wheeling's Popular Family Tlicatrc.
SSSSSk } MONDAY, OCTOBER 5. I
Special Kngattment of the
Murphy-Wells Pleasure Party!
Headed by the Kducator ol Dutch Comedy,
V MR. QgOItQK BtUJtl'JIV.
And suppiriM by th*? little actress,
MISS K VIIK WKi,L8,
And entire Co;nody Com;any, In
Rudolph'^ Ambition
AM)
FUN OX THE KAIL!
"Family Matinees, Wednesday and fc'atufdiy.
People's Popular Prices?Night, 15,25 and Sett,
Matinees, 10,15 and 25 cts.
Monday, Octobo" 12, crmtnencoinent of Whit'lug's
Vint Grand Dramatic Ks 1.k1-M1m t'hri
Tiiftkrr In QiiH'na
jSoaiis, .Stationcvi), &e,
gOME GOOl) THINGS IN
T Commercial Stationery.
" HIU's Flnttlnr Bath, for moisten I n? for letter
copying book without brtwh. Quici mid clam.
Two sites
Brown A B5*by's letter PJle.thn n<*'cst,
substantial and torn pic to one In the cuuntij.
I'll e* very ro?>ouat)!e
American Standard WrI In if Flu'd, in quart*,
pint* and half plut* Po Pivoly the m< *t u W?
tory luk. for general uao, lu the market. Mmjic
boUles ehieriully given.
6t jakes' Shtt'ln* Pen-, In five kIjsch; jest the
_ thing for nlco lcdjtir healings < r ulnw wludow
s'gn*. Ink In al' color* t" tn? with pins.
Blank Noih, Draft* and Be clpw. in new p??
? terns haudsomcly -ngr?vcd. Uoid paper ai.J
well perforata i at *tub
We endrav .r to gei all the i ew. g-ol things th&!
_ come iut. and ask your ii >mcmh
_ -OTANTON DAVIM'W,
Exclusive UoOks nud f-Utioi cry,
I ?0p3*) No i.7>l Hii" i-t *>irn t
' WALLPAPER!
Border and Ceiling Decorations,
ChililrciVw Cnrrl?ir<'?i
Blank Bookn,
Stationery and
m Fancy Goodn.
A The Largest 8tock aud Greatest Variety In lie
m State. Pot aale Ectall at Wholesale Price* bj
JOS. GRATES & SON,
Jyl7 if, Twelfth Ptnft
B jgCHOOL B00K8,
ti.'atcs, rena, Pencil*, Scatch Pad*, F.lirk Pool*,
Writing Paper, Ac., (or the boy* and iltli A r*d
ropply at very low prlcei.
Newsprint, Magazines aud cheap radius o*l*
ter. C. II Qnia.BY.
g fCirj j>ci in
^durational.
Mt. de Chanta! Academy,
NEAR WHEELING, W. VA
The thirty-eighth year of this well-known Ac*<Jerar.
under tho ehargo of the Vhltatton Nuni,
1 opeua on the flirt Monday of September next, and
\ .continues ten inontlu.
Puplla received at any lime in tUc Kttion.
Thow who d?Irc to place their daughter! In ?n
lnatltuilon aflordiug exceptional advantage* In
the way of healthful and de Iglilftil location, exi,
oollent board, thorough discipline and In?tniction
at the hand* of life-long U*< hera, In every dtj-wl*
ment of femalo education. Including the modem
language# and muaio, abould tend lor a catalogue
of thla School. Addrus,
Directrnsaof the Acadomy of the Visitation,
Mt. (In till ACTA L,
I au2ft-n*w KeHfWhwlfoK. A V*-._
= 1 BEAVJCK COLLLGi:
AND
; MUSICAL INSTITUTE
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
. First session of 16 wtrVs noens BemvBMS, lft'.
Beautifully and healthfully !.? m*!. ?u-n?i?e
bulIdliiK* l>Ien?ant grounds, i |i< < rful M?ra?, tr'
literary courts nuperlor ? l?f
*rt and elocution.. Kxtcmke jipp?niu;i iw,,If
pianos and organs. iucludiug r lj ? o%m. !">'
ough wo'k, houio like care, inMltfMtc nV- ?W
for circular to
Hkv. K. T. TAYI-OK.
. jy21-Tthis _ n-vvf ft_
pRIVATK SCHOOL.
' MRS. E. (J. CRACK A FT
II Will reopen her Schoo! at her Residence.
J No. till Twelfth Htroef?
ON BE1TP.M11KH 7th UP.X T.
an2&*
ghotoflvayhi). __
PHOTOG1U 1?IIK>{wpa
i.
QABINKT PHOIOOlUl'IW.
' <ji:t OO Per X>"z0"'
AT IIIUU1XS' ' ' UXE"r'
:
#? SO
Will get Obo Down B"l fl>Un r
Cabinet l?hotopi ni?u?
And don't r<M '"n"'1
-A.T BROWN S;
jg.
THIS PAPER!'. I

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