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The Intelligencer,
PUBLISHED DAILY (8CNDAYB EXCKPTKD) BY
FltliW, CAM 1'HKLIj db HART,
rtonunoM,
AT NO 25 ANO 27 FOURTEENTH STREET,
One ropy on? year-SH ooiThr*e month*. ? 00
Blxiuouthi 4 00,02c month?......... 00
Dtlircrtd by carrier* in city, 16o ptr week.
Semi-Weekly Intelligencer,
fCBUHKKO KVKfiY WEDNESDAY AND 8ATUKDAY
MOKNINfll
One year ? 93 oo | Fix mouth* SI 50
The Weekly Intelligencer,
J't'IUlHK!) KTSHY TMDWDii aUMiflu,
Onaytar ! 00 | Hlx mo*>tba 05
Great reduction to Clubs. Scud /or ample oopy
and ciiculan. Address,
FREW. CAMPBELL It HART,
WJUZUMQ, W. VA.
[Entered at tbe Prutofllce at Whw Hug, W. Va.,u
>WW"'-?lllWI UlPt'^r.)
ijb
WHKKUNU, U\ VA . NOVK ni?KU 81, 188S.
Til K Wil 1 I*! IIINU GALLIC It 5T.
A young lady eaid in my presence that
she thought it waa a shame to make
trouble lor that old woman in Pennsylvania
who opened letters as 'tbey passed
through the postoiilce. "It's a shame,"
she said, Wor 1 hat old soul didn't know
she wr.a doing wronir, and then she sealed
all the tatters up and they went on their
way. Nobo-ly nays she took any money!"
This last outburst in a tone of sympathetic
triumph. ^
We are not to suppose that old woman
in the postoflice to have been a sinner
above all others in Israel. She thought
it no wrouu, good eacy son', to tap the
?nrranta n( information as they ran
through her office. Take money from
the letters! Not she indeed! That I am
sure she would have ecorned. But who
wan wronged by taking th? cover off this
heart and observing in a motherly, oldfashioned
way, its pulsi-beats??who
wounded by an old woman knowing that
Jane at hom* was longing for the return of
.Tack who had gme over tins waters? The
world takes our s'cwts when it
can and counts it no robbery,
tit ill, I mn / ? ? to admit that
when I was young and indulged'
in the sweet fully of Jove letters, it would
have crampml my hand and blunted my!
pen to know Jh.it between my Duleinea
del Tubo.^ i and myself sat an official
duenna, who might have some of the uucomfjitat.i
i ?!har.im?ribtic8 of a tDwn gossip.
Thar, certainly, no awain would
relish, however edifying it might bo tothe
good people of the village. But the
Pennsylvania censor of correspondence
has gone, leaving only her official footprints
on the aands of time. She takes j
with her a national reputation?for which
strong men strive, and Mriye eo often in
vain. Women imv- their own way of accomplishing
their own ends.
The latest charily entertainment, I am
told, is a "Mikado" sapper. They have
been given iu a* numbar of citica this
season and in each case have, according
to all reports, proven very eucceasfal;
The plan is for the ladies in attendance,
and the gentlemen, too, provided they can
be induced to take part, to wear Japanese
costumes. The room in which the
supper ia given is decorated in Japanese
fashion and a tempting supper form s not
the Iwust attractive part of the novel entertainment.
I wonder if a "Mikado"
supper wouldn't be a good paying arrangement
for some of Wheeling's charities?
*
The air is full of details about approaching
weddings and rumors of marriages. I
am told that two elaborate affairs of this
nature are hooked for the coming week,
and on the 'JLh pros. a well known Jiollaire
glass man is to ho joined to a charming
Alabama girl who is a great favorite
here. Between the weddings and the
usual holliday festivities the next few
weeks promise to be quite gay.
Una Anybody Told You?
That to owe is human, to pay divine?
That uneasy rests tho foot that has a
corn? .
That the wheat Holds are looking green?
That the heavens are bung with beautiful
stare?
That you can "read your answers in the
stars" to questions "we poor mortals cannot
tell ?"
That the political "aavior of the country"
has for the time being taken a back
seat?
That he now allows the "honest workingtnan"
to pass by on the other side unreflpgnizod
?
That that well known Italian, Patricio'
Booni, has many admirers in Wheeling?.
That knocking a friend down is a sure
way of dropping an acquaintance?
That pure thoughts make honest men?
That the livery of a meal is not to be
compared to clothes covered with the dirt
'of industry?
fast man irnui* (lio lollap anna.
..v.. .... -rrrol?
That Jack Frost, the advance agent of
Snow, ia getting to be pretty active these
mornings? The Whisperer.
Mm. Blnr,jr Farmer.
Sleulwltlc UtraUt.
Mrs. Mary P. Farmer died at Clarence,
In., October 15, 1885, aged niuety-two
m y??nrs. Mrs. Farmer wan the daughter of
])r. Isaac Parker. She waa born in North
Carolina in 17D3. In 1S03 her father
mov^d to Ohio and settled at Mt. Pleasant.
In 1827 Mary Parker was married to Dr.
Win. Farmer, of Salineville, 0. Dr.
Faruior died in 18">S, and Hhortly after his
widow moved to Ularance, la., where she
has since retailed. She waa the mother of
seven children, live of whom survive her?
Mrf. Sarah F. iloey. of Clarence, la., Mrs.
Dr. P. Hardmau, of Muscatiue, la., Mrs.
TlmmaH Daily, of New Lisbon, 0., I.
P. Farmer, of Cleveland, 0., Mrs. Farmer
waid'Btieuded from tie Updegiafls, JudPI.....
*l(jn,rii\uiiuio uiiuninuiuiis^uu uuiiukuib
war related how frequently she hud held
Secretary Stanton on tier lap when a babe,
and her jiy knew no bounds when at the
close of the war Bhe read that American
slavery no longer existed. For many
years her qgrn and husband's beautiful
koine had been the post to which the fu?itive
slaves wore indeed happy when they
could roach its hospitable precincts to bo
cared for and protected from their often
pursuing masters. It will bo remembered
that Dr. Farmer's home was on the
main line of what waa known in tho
time of slavery as the "Underground
Railroad," and their hospitable , home
was ever open to all anti-slavery and
temperance workers. Dr. Farmer often
labored lecture field iu the cause
r?f the slavo and fur temparance. Among
the meet prominent workers who visited
their homes ore tho mamesof Abby Kelly,
I. Foster, Theodore I'arker, Sojourner
Truth, Frederick Douglass. The doctor
and his wife a'so aided in tho purchase of
Fred Douglass' freedom, also In his college
education, th? y being members of the
American Anti-slavery Society. And it
was to their home that the widow and
orphan of Owen Lovejoy were brought to
* regaiu health after the torriblo shock of
seeing husband and father shot down before
them by a mob, for no othor offense
than editing an anti-slavery newspaper.
? A Boj'* Travel*.
Cumberland Scu*.
We cIId the following Irom the B?ttlmere
Id regard to the wandering*
of LewUhurg, W. V*., Lit, Maa'.er
John Bright, who kit hen eome live or six
yearn ago:
"Muter John Bright paid hii (later.
Mm. W. I'. Salnaker, ol Villa Rica,
Usorgla, a visit recently. He ia Irom
Birmingham, Ala., thie time. Maater
Bright has apent qnite a romantic lllo,eo
lar. lie lelt hla homo in Weat Virginia
at the a*e ol thirteen, atopplng with hia
rioter, Mis. Curry, In Missouri, ?ix months.
When next beard of he wis in Indian*,
at Mtulaon. The next pl?ce, his n?me
?u neen in the list of wounded in the Cincinnati
riot. He received two wounds in
the body; olbersin the hand. Hisfamily
heard of him strain at Chicago. He went
up ther? to see how a Natioual Democratic
convention wm run. and was present at
Cleveland's nomination, and while there
lie went out DOaiing Willi miumor WJJ.
The boat capsized, throwing the other boy
out and drowning him. Young Bright
held on with one hand (he other not well
and carrying it in a filing, caused by the
Cincinnati riot), and saved his life, but
was out five dsys without anything to eat
Po this narrow escape got his name in the
papers, and so he was heard of in Chicago.
The next thing heard of him was as
the "lightning painter" at New Orleans.
While at the world's fair he gained the
| favor of a captain on a vessel, and he decided
to go to Australia. After traveling
all over that country he decided to return
to the United States. Returning to
New Orleans, he 'fell in' with a conductor
and went to Birmingham. Learning
there that he was within an hour's
run of two sisters and a brother, he
boarded the first fast train for Atlanta.
tx?? fa ma? aailiner isnnrfit for a firm in
Birmingham, and preparing to sail for
Europe darly next spring. He is now
about 18 years of age. He aaya be has
made no money yet, but baa maue a lot
'of experience,' learning while in Chicago
to lire on five cents a day. He ia a
young man of flue intellect and a determined
will."
During a serious run of whoopjng
cough at Stillwater, N. Y., the physicians
found that Acker'a English Remedy waa a
positive cure, and prescribed it very freely.
Logan A Co., Edmund Bockingand Charles
Menkemeller say that in all their experience
they never knew any medicine to
equal it. They guarantee It to cure all
Coughs (especially chronic cases), Croup,
Asthma and Consumption. tthmw
Bucklen'a Arnlcn Halve*
The best Solve in the world for Cats,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and ali Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
hoT For Prtlft hv 1/yan A Co.
gUdtcal.
ed Star
. tpade\^7hark;
oughiure
Free from Opiates, Emetics and Poison.
25fe
prompt,? **
AT DBCOOMTS AJ?T> DULIBB.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. BALTIMORE, MO.,
bole I'rpprlftor?.
It affords mo pleasure to assure yon that af ter
using I)r. ('. MuLaue's Celebrated l.ivcr
Fills for more than twenty years in my family,
that I regard tliem as being superior to any I
iiavo over used or havo seen used. I have not
hud them constantly and had to try others,and
1 havo tried a good variety, but I havo never
bad any to act so promptly, profitably, and
nicely as McLane's. I have used them myself,
wife, and children, with the most gratifying re*
suits. For children, having used them on my
own with such easy and happy eilect, 1 would
recommend them to one ana to all. These
pills do the work?do it promptly, doit well,
and leave no ill effects behind. As a bile remover,
us a liver corrector, as a forerunner
preparing the system for <|tilnlnc, there Is no
jilll or medicine equal to Dr.(J. McLanc's Celebrated
Liver rills. I expect to use them as
long as 1 live, if tiicycoutinuo as good us thoy
have been In the past.
Yours truly, E.1L(>ile?.
Pastor M. E. Church South. Myers' Station,
Tampa District, Florida Conference.
TffV.BT.nn ftanmfa Wait flnL
Messrs. Fleming linos.
Sirs:?Your pills came all right, and I can say
they aro a good bilious pill. I havo used a
great many pills, but I can say Dr. C. McLano's
I'llls, manufactured by Fleming llros.,
are genultic.and gentlemen you have my t banks
In sending. 1 gave some ol those pills to my
neighbors for a trlalr One of my neighbors
got threo pills. He said they did help him. Ho
felt the next day like a new man. Ho wishes
mo to send for llfty cents* worth for him. So,
gentlemen, I will do all I can to Introduco l)r.
C. McLuuo's Liver I'llls. manufactured by
Fleming Brothers. Yours with respect,
wM. u. duoajf.
Flkmixo linos.
Dear.sirs:?Enclosed you will And onodollar
for which you will please send mo moro of your
I)r. C. MeLane's Liver I'llls. I trust you liavo
received the pay for the last two boxes I ordered
and received. I would only say. they havo
dono 1110 more good than I could express I
feel much better now than I havo for two
years paat. Yours truly,
Kkv. Phil SrABTn,
West Saudlake, N. Y.
| AVOID COUNTERFEITS! Send us 25c
and we will send you by return mail a box of
tho genuine Dr. C. McLano's celebrated Liver
Tills and eight hnndsoino cards.
PlKMINO liltos., rittsburg, Pa.
For Solo by retail druggiata. Be
nnro tho McLano's Fills yoa bay are
made at Pittsburgh, Fa* The counterfeits
aro mndo at St. Louis, Mo,
and Wheeling, W. Va.
nol7-Trhs*w
ENDORSED BY THE WORLD.
SfclflW
GERMAN
BITTERS
TIIIX (UtKAT KMXGIl OF LIFE
I? a Double DhtllUtlnn of over twenty different
kin I* of the l*?t German llrrta, Ihli belnir the
ruljr True and IMIaMe proceoa by which IJir entire
( rent Medical Virtue* and Curative rropertlraof
the llerl* cnn be produced. Wi are ctmfidrui that
this <lreat lirriuan Tonlo will lx> ftnind the miel
llfitltli-<i|vlnif ever placed U fore the public.
Am Itxlliililu mill I'liHi.lllll I I! vlL-ormit
Il Jf utaoJut*!/ wllliouiorlral, bd>) *ff<Md?I?(iiTAKT
lmirr.nii'! a PruritrT curb Ruaranlefd.ln all
nwof l?y>|wp?l?, !,?? of Apptllfe, yprrmi*nMa,
UVitkna??, ithihik, Dwentery, Choltrn Morbua,
Xltwra, Dlarrlifvn, Aittnnn.SIrk Sfomack. Wllloua*
n<-?. Aeuraud Frrcrandallollier Malarial Dlwaxa
ThU (it-rut Medicine For KnlrKverrwher*
L.lM:TZOI.I> & CO.l'rop't Hiilllmoro.M*
For mUq In Wheeling br Logan A Co. and Richnnlion.
Ooortwln A Co, In Bridgeport, Ohio, br J.
C. Don* A Co., jjniCTlm. aprfrWA*
1* aKrliablt lti-m*ljr tor Liw CoapjaiuUaad lllicauMd
br a daranrwt ur ti.rpw condition or Ilia l.i*?r. aa Drv
prpata, CoottipatKW, ltllKra?i?M. Jmimltr*, HndaOM,
Malaria. HhmmM tim. ate. It ranUlaa th? bowala, port.
Dm tha h'-wxl, ttrrnrtlwni Ilia a?n?a dlrratioo,
AW INVALUAIJLB FAMILY MSDICINJL
Thousands of tsatlmonlais pravaitn marlt.
The Mirror
is no flatterer. Would you
make it tell a sweeter tale ?
Magnolia Halm is the charmer
that almost cheats the
looking-glass.
gUto ZaattUstmenU. _
A N T E D ? AN EXPERIENCED Agent
to manart the itle oi oar Chrlatmaa F
Rodkalo wfeftllDf and rtrtnity. *}$, li
out experience ui 860order*; onaWS.allyoM'In I
Mveo wH?k?, afld lb? bM oared {or her family. ^
Mercralu nttwithoutimwlfmiit*n orer
70 book* Id a week. Addwi C. K. L4WRB1CE,
Traveling Agent WheeUug W. Va. ntglwaa
SOCIAL AND 8UPPEK
ATTHI
EngllaliLuthornii Church
TUESDAY KVENINO, NOV M, ft to 10 o'olock.
Admlulon. Inrlailua luppe', ? centa.
Pioceeda fur beueflt of Chur. h. no21
jyjcMECHEN'S
On Saturday.
It will piy you to r!?lt the'r 8tore to-day, 1
l.'lH MARKET STREET*.
Our New Pack P um Puddlngi on a?1e to day.
D021 J
JQHCORATED
WAX CANDLES,
Anique and Pollahed Braa> Candieatlcki, variety
Mirrors and Bcouoea.
EW1NG BROS.,
_ no2l 1215 Market Street.
"yEBONA ART GLASS
IN LEMON iDE, WATER
And Champagne Sots!
Tnb'oware and Ornamental Pieces. V
CaU aod inspect at
JOHN FRIEDEL'8, |
no21 mo Mala fl reet. w
VyE HAVE THE
MC&T LINE 0?
Hoys' liuboor uoa? p
In the city. Guaranteed waterproof.
D. GUNDLItfG A CO.,
noI9 Bur Clothing douse, 86 Twelfth 8t
F)H SALE.
7 Roomed Brick Home, bath room, hot and
cold water. *Mh houie, making It a modern
hou?e. lor Jl.eMT
A good 7 Koornrd Brkk Home on Thirty^ Ighth
and Wiod ?trect; price 81 700 Thin properly will
riUt for 1200 per year. making it a good investment.
A neat 6 Boomed Uoute f ?r <1,160.
A lint cla? 6 Httomnd House with and adjoining
rdcauc lot on Forty-Bit* street, lor 91J10.
a. U. 8S11TU, Ik a J Km ute Agent,
no'21 ? 2J0 ffaln Street.
TjUNE ^
FRUITCAKE a
?FOB? tl
Thanksgiving Dinner! J
?AT Til*- j.(
WHEfllKO BAKERY CO., b
1>3A V?rlr*t PtrooL <*,
DIAMONDS;
I rrakethfobranch of my husineasaHPECI ALTY, t]
nnd have constantly in ttock the largest ussortmint
o f 3
FUSTEGEMS o
OF AXY HOUSE IN THE STATE.
Always willing to sell at extraordinary low priccs. p
I. G. DILLON, d
JEWELER, J,
nol6 1223 Market Street.
J^IST OF LETTERS
Rcmainiug in tho Postofllco at Wheeling, Ohio
county, W. va., Saturday, November 21.1886. To obtain
any of the following the applicant muat ask
for advertised letters, giving date of lint: g
LADIES' LIST.
Ault, Mrs. Sarah McCardle, Miss Viu?y 1
Bell, Mr* K. Miller, Mr?. Charlie ^
Doll, Mrs. Will's Mu 11 jr, Mary
Gallagher, l?ttia C. 2 Wells, Mis* Lillian
Johnson Miiu L'zzle Wright. Mm Heury
Loy, Mlu Nettie
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Boyle, A. 0. Leonard, John J.
Brush, H. Mcclenban.fcamnel I
Cooke, Wm. B. Moorhiad K. C.
Kahv, John Nif man. John ?
Herling, Fred A. Rankin, J W.
Holtnrv, B-S'-Jr. Sodgera, (lln'.on M,
Holllnip-worth, Jas. Stephens, Simon
Kcelur, Frank H. Stevens, M. L,
Kouy, Charley
FIRM LIH1.
A mo Brfft.
FOREIGN LIST.
Hubert A Brady Btewait, Mls? I lla M.
0071 KOBERV FJMFSQV, P, M, j
Klieves, Kraft & Go,,
AGENTS FOR
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS GO.
MANUFACTOBKR9 OF
Polishol Plato wins*, also, Itough Class
Tor Floors und Skylights.
The entire factory, including the melting furua<xa,
annealing oven*. steam boiler*, etc.. etc, is
run by aud boated with natural r*?. supplied irom
wclla owned by too company: and be!-g the only <
i'Nto (i1h>8 Manufacturer* In the world utilising cc
thl? wonderful production of nature we are en- U:
ablrd, owing to ita extraordinary hcatlug power,
ifgi'tber with Jis ?h?o,Lte freedom from sulnhur an
aud all otberimpuritifi, to procure an article which th
cannot be sorraiwd Gla?s annealed by thia gas, wi
being better tempered la not ao lltble to break,
and will prove more durable. No coil ol any kind T)
U lined in our works. fr<
We ure prepared tn tupply the above make of
gla<a promptly aud solicit oidera for the lame. ?o
Klieves, Kraft & Co.,
CENTRAL rLANL.su MILLS, "
Eoff St., boL Twenty-second & Twenty-Third fits.,
ntfil Wiimmo.W. Va.
II IV#k I A I l%A I
HA Id! UAro!
?AND?
GENTS' |
Furnishing Goods
Having purchaied tho entire stock of Hat*, Capi
and Gent's FuruUhlng Joods in the Store of M. M.
Walker, 12M Markut street, under tho MoLure
House, I am offering tho whole lino at grtatly reduced
prices. It is my intention to eitablUh at
this Central Stand a Popular Headquarters for Hits
and Gent Furnishing lioodt, at which the gentlemen
of Wheeling and vicinity shall always find
something to suit their tasta at ressonable prices.
I shall always have on haud tho latest styles from
the best Eastern Manufacturers.
Remcrabtr that the present stock I* to bo so'.d st
once. It Includes a flno lino of WINTER WEAR
of all grades.
B.MARKS
McLure House Hat Store,
1204 MARKET STREET. f
noil f
BEAVER COLLEGE \
A2CD
MUSICAL INSTITUTE s
FOR YOUNG LADEBS.
Pint serton of 15 weeks opens BimnnS, 1888, V
Beautifully and betltbfully located, extensive aw
buildings, pleasant grounds, cheerful rooms, three V
literary courses, superior advantages for music,
art and elocution. Extensive apparatus, twenty *
pianos and orjans, Including pipe organ. Thorough
work, home-Ilka care, moderate rate. Bead Wh
for circular to
R*V. B. T. TAYLOR,
jyfl-TThas Beaver. Pa. ?
THIS PAPBE nJ^MtMLSSr
Advertising BorsandO 8pruoe Bi^whmj^nrtUlnf
MUracte our be awJetoriItl* MWYOJUC ?
Ota, g. gUftt & Co.
iEO. E. STIFEL
&CO.
mmm?JLmm
THE GREATEST I
BARGAIN
Known for a Century!
?250? (
Silk Umbrellas!
SS INCH,
araeon Frame, Natural Wood Handles,
?XT?
?l$2 35 EACH.I*
We have just closed out a
lanufacturer's stock of the
bove named goods, all fresh
nd new, at about 60 cents on
lie dollar of cost. We are not j
ermitted to mention the name
1 tlie manufacturer for obvious
easons, as these same Umrellas
are now being retailed
1 Wheeling under a trade
ame at $2 00 more than we
ffer them, suffice it to say that
bey are an Elegant Umbrella,
nd the Greatest Bargain ever
ffered in this city.
We shall be much disapiointed
if this lot of Umbrellas
oes not create an excitement
1 the trade hitherto unknown.
!E0.E,STIFEL&C0.
1114 MAIN ST.
\
Market Street Entrance Tlirongh Geo.
. Ilurst's Confectionery.
no20 -
Are Still Trlumphnnt.
Tor fifteen years they have steadily sained iu fair.
and with rale* constantly increaalug havo he
iino the moat popular certet throughout the
nitcd HtaUai
The a quality i? warranted to wear twice m ion*
the ordJna y Corsets. We have lately introduced
e 0 md RII grade" with Kxtra Long Wair, and
b ?au turuUh toem when preferred.
Higheat awards from all the World's great Fairs,
le lMt medal received i? 'or PiMtDogrreof Merit,
tho late Kxpotition held at New Orleans.
While Korviol paienti have b?en found worthMi,
the principles ol iho Glove-Fitting have proved
valuable.
Retailer* arc authnrizrd to refund monoy, If, on
:amination, the*e Co wu do uot prove as reprented.
Kor isle everywhere.
Catalogue freo on application.
Thomson, Langilon it Co., New York. .
nelvrrhAs
========================= j
gsscu? & gCBtSChjg.
CHAMBER
SUITS I(
We are showing some
very elegant new styles i
in this line, which will
be found surprisingly
cheap, thoroughly made
and finely finished. Especial
attention has been
given to quality, and patrons
will find throughout
our stock thoroughly
reliable goods at prices
within the reach of all.
Please call; we shall ?
be pleased to show you "
our goods. Remember
the place, ]
1117 MAIN STREET.
REW & BERTSCHY.'
oia _
gUtthant $aUo*?. ]
ILK UMBRELLAS. tb
We here Juat recdred an Invoice of Bi
ILK UMBRELLAS! ?
nth rery dedrabl? NttunU Stick, Bilrer and ?
Gold Tipped Handle*, T
Ich we are offering at einewllntly low price*. \
'hos. Hughe* &. Co.,
UU XABKR BTIXBT, *
n , i
9ta. g. gaBloi:?~Je?I Jfrln Jtecqtm.
GEO. B. TAYLOR, 1__ GEO. B. TAIIOB,
1150 Mala BtrMt, ?^ 1150 Mjdn
WH1EUN0. W. VA. WHKXL1N0, W. VJL
BEST ALASKA
SEAL SKIN
KISACQUES ![>
Cut and Manufactured by Artists of high reputation,
just received and on sale.
GEO. R. TAYLOK.
CLOAK DEPARTMENT
?^ Special attention is invited to this deDartment,
now embracing all the new styles in
NEWMARKETS,
STTHTIT HOT,T\r A1VSS.
SACQUES,
RAGLANS, Acc.
ALSO, A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WRAPS.
GEO.R. TAYLOR,
PQ14
? gHcfe"-gtp gioods, bottom, &c.
fhe Cheapest Dry Goods House
IIsT THIE CITY.
second Arrival of New Goods at the New Dry Goods Store,
No. 1104 Main Street.
The finest waortment of Cloths, Cashmeres, new shades of All Wool riaids aod All Wool Puttings,
Irocaded Cloths, All Wool Glllent Suiting", an elegant line of All Wool Wakbam Bultiogs, a fine line of
touch Tilcots brocaded Cloth in double width, a lot of Cashmere* for half the price yon will pay in
ny other place. A lot of flno Brocaded Dresi Goods in all colors at 8 cents,' wo-th at least 10 centa. All
fool Flanue's at 15 cents. Canton Flannels at 5 cents. All pure Tabic Linen, donbln width, atttcts.
>lDghamsat5.6 and 7 cents. Four Pairs good Ladles' Hose only 25 cents. Ladles' aud Genu'Under
laments only fO cents. Gents' White Shirts only 60 oents, and a big line of Ladles' and Children's
Vrapa, which we are offering lower than any other Houw in this city.
JWComo and convince yourself before purchasing elsewhere.
Do not forget the name and place.
L. METZ,
nMii 1104 Main Street.
(Stoccgjjcg, fee. Shotojrcaphu.
M.REILJLY, //
wholesale
GROCER, " PHOTOGBAPHEB,
noli STUDIO. IMS WARKET STKKET.
Pork P?k.r and care, o. the /CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS,
Celebrated "Red Bird Bams," ^
Only 03 OO Per Dozen,
!os. 1309 and 1311 Main Straat, mowing* ballebt.
WHZELIKa.W.VA. . WltUnp In .11 kl-J. of wrthw. noi
. On. Docen M 8.tln Fln^??
Th. n . S1?k oi Cabinet Photographs
The Largoit Stock of And don,t yQU forRCt ^
IBVPD iT nnnfPRiva ATBROWN'S, J]
UJU^uuaiJ UX*VVUWA?/ I,... .i.i
*|W? 1222 MARKKT RTRKRT.
IN THE STATS.
pianos, Oceans, Ac.
BOLE AGENT IN THIS CITY FOB VTEW
Rumford'i Taut Powder In Bottle*. _ . 1
SSBKttSS&K songsi
Powder. u<? i?" ""h*?'
Celebrated 'Seal Bkln" CIgan. no!7 BAUMFR'fl MUdfQ STORK.
St. LouIh Flour. PIANOS-ORGANS
-Th* ?l?in?nd for tb# Improved Maio*i A Hammm
BOYAL PATENT, Bronxon'? Beit Beit in the Punbh Ii now n large that a necond addition to Um
jtrket. fob6 factory ban become Imperative. Do not require on*.
? quarter aa much lunln* aa Planoa on the prevailing i
~)RANGE8I *IH?aEJstfRm8h.aw
_ Parmeuli. or RcnLcd.
Cbolo. Florid. Oraegcs, ?oU p? I?.eo M..on ft H.mlin Org.n.nd Pl.noCo.,
at a. J. mrnan. XRW TOBK : BOSTON : CHICAGO.
^"EW NUTS!
AlmnnHa. Walnuta. gvuggist*. j i
Brull Nut,, MUol Noti, all am. "HAVE TBI ED THE
R. J. HM i TH.
3NI0NS!
Try the Valencia Onion*, weigh one to two
rand*each. Fine flavored. rm p W *?| 4^H Ik I fl'ffi!
b. lgMflg|U(|Ad| .
d008 Oor. Market and Foorteeoth BU. j^^Bw?T!^lmT.T J a"l
| F. BEHBEN8,
Chcpct ui Bet Awrted Grocery U AI|D W0DU) K0T u WITHOUT IT."
BTunks?2217 and 2210 Market atreet Sooth Th!? (a a dally rxorradon of tood hotuektenen
^Bto^tBOlJaoobitreet. tiuKSSuSuMSTE U.WoiT?!SrtS
ThlrtMoDollM loQayMloyg or U.trpool by AU orner U ooanierldi 10<lr.? trru.i. lo
Mun*r Peruvian, of the Allan Line, November 17. JL h. LlflT, Sole Manaficturer
mm lulttmmc. noh nnU 1010 Main UtlMt. T
V tct??? and ftUUttxl*. Statist*. .
XTEATHER IJIKETH EXTRACTED ""
STRIP 1 Without Pain! ..
Gold T Plfttfl*.
U? Mtobrmd Ml ?B4 Own QEO. q MTl.T.TfUW DentUt,
ubtr Strip, Jut od?4bj IUwboo?IIo.??. Ko.ua KwUIIBmC
HO)) I.L.H100LL, SOU
g. g. gftoffat & go.
FALL AND WINTER.
i
T. C. MOFFAI'
I
&c CO.,
27 Twelfth Street J
HAVE NOW IN STORK A. (
e
Fall Assortment
OF AIL THE
LATE STYLES I
OF
ZF-ALILi
Overcoatings,:
SUITINGS
AND |
WDATIQPDTTOQ I
lm/uomiiuuu i,
Prices Low I ?
? I
T. C. MOFFAT & CO.,,
IV o. 27 Twelfth St.
OC20 j
Uojjau & (So. '
Common Sense
IN THEJdTGHEN!
1. Dr. Mott. of New York, fed a
number of dogs Tor some weeks on
bread made with Alum Baking '
Powders. In every instance the '
dogs lost appetite, sickened, and '
some died. At the same time he :
fed other dogs on bread made with
pure Tartar liaking Powder, with f
no injury to appetite or health.
2. The use of alum in bread is [
prohibited by law in some daces, J
because it has been iound to injure 1
health. t
3. Some people buy Alum Bak- [
ing Powders because they art> |(
cheap I Is it real economy, which <>
to saTC a few pennies now, lays a t
foundation for ill health and doc- ?
tor's bills later on? k
Tou are on the safe side in using o
LOGAN, LIST & GO.'S jj
BXCKL8IOB
Baking Powder!:
Which Contains no ALUM or ,,
other injurious ingredient j
See that our address is on each J
box or label. Address all orders to g
LOGAN & CO.!
ai
Proprietors and Mnnufactur era, ?
Successors to Logan, LUt & Co., Wheelln*, W. Va,
npi
jfXuTObin0,(D;xs.V .Steam gittlnj)
JIE1MJSLE 4 LUTZ, [
PLUMB1CH8,
SAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
1418 Market Street.
"Heating and Yen till tin* of Public Buildings 81
hrelllnxa and factories a Specialty,
anl?
JUST RECEIVED! A
Fine Anortmontof k
COLOltED GLOBES,
which will be sold at reasonable prices. w
LUJCK riTTOM, n
now i4io mid Birect.
ry-M. HARE & SON, J
nkUtlQkL PLUMBKB8,
6u and Steam Fitters, ?
Ha a TWELFTH STREET, V
jLU work done promptly at rtMOQAble prloaii
Sxptx HBUtthimtt. IS
yyHEEIING PAPEE WAREHOUSE. ??
Robinson, Farli Ac Co.,
[uralutunn ud Deilen In mrj nrtolj at
apn. Mo. iei maim aTKirr, (
Tttaphoo# HI* Wheeling. W. Va. M
?mtt?cmcnts.
~ VHBEL1N6 ~
OPBBA HOUSE 1
MAT1NCK AND NIGHT,
Saturday, November sji,
"All I IN Dttt VAY."
Everybody's Favorite Comedian, Mr.
SITS WILLIAMS,
And bia Excellent Compiuy, uuder the M*u.
agtmentof
MR. JOHN H. ROB 11,
'reaentinf hli New Mtulcal Comedy by Geo. Hoey.
jitq. entitled,
OH! WHAT A NIGHT!
Mr. Williams will introduce ft number of bla NVw
ad Popular 8oug?, recitation* tic. Im ludlti?
Twenty Y?r? from Now." -Mind gna* be
lomu wb*n the Oloek Htrlkwi Sine ' "blnclnr
ha Klre " "Obi won Mghu" "ahc'x 'h?.
raftjfo of ber MUher in a Thousand Different
l3r" '*'?<t rodtailou, "A Lcck of
Admi?ton SO and 75 a utn. Reserved ton's ft ?(
fatinee:?aud fO ccuU : eoenrod teats 7* cent*.'
lali of aesta Tburadijr, November 19 at Uauuet'L
nolM
opera houseT
OXE NIGHT ONLY.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2.1.
GREATER THAN" EVER.
PIT RODNEY!
AND HH OR AND NSW YORK
STAR COMBINATION!
Brass Band and Orchestra,
Under the Manuoncut of
Mr. FRED WILSON,
Admisdon 75and Mcent*. Nocxtra olurgofor
ceorvod scan Seats oil n vie at BiuiLe.a Mu?le
ltoreon8?turdty. Not ai. no>?
OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25.
The management tako p'easuro in announcing
ho engagemout for oue night only of
AMERICA'J GREATEST ACTRK3),
CLARA MORRIS
?ler the management of Mk. FRANK L.
UOODA'IX) supported by
I3IDN PLTMPTON
Lnd a Powerful Dramatic Company, lu vriuie
Colllni' G eat Draaia,
The New Magdalen!
CLARA MORRIS as. R?cy Mum k.
Admission 9100 and tl 50. No ettr-i charge for
(-aorved oeata Sale of seats on Moudiy, hnvera*
>ar 21 a:Banmet'a noil
CHAliLUY SHAY'S
HCADEMYOF MUSIC
Grand Opera Festival Week!
commencinu
MONDAY, NOV. KItli.
Engagement of the Famoni
STAKR'8 HABItIS
GomicOperaCompanv
In the following repertoire:
Monday?Clilines of Normandy.
Tnesday?The Mikado.
Wednesday Matiuee?Patienep.
Wedne day Evening?(ilrofle-Uiroflj.
Thursday- Olvette.
Friday?Bllle Taylor.
Saturday Matluee?The Mikado.
Saturday Evening?Lit Maacotle.
People's Populcr Prices?Night, 15,25, 35 and 50
ts. Matinees, 10,15,26 and & els. |
Reserr'd scats ou ta'.e without o*tracUrr* it J
be Academy Box Office from 10 to b i- * ?laUy. 1
NoTE?The Mikado Co tumf swill rcomxMbl- I
Ion lu tho wn down of C H? as A Hon, Market St.
N?xt "Ofk. J Holnes '<rn\vr In t. ?>. r. inM
gwurttt Jtalcs. __
J*RU8TEE'S SALE.
By virtue of a Deed of Trust made by Theodore
?udwlg uudMury, b(< wife, to the untfc
rtutec, dated tho 80th day of Bopu-ni'w r, lVTh wid
[ corded In the Clerk's oflloe of t'.o County (Jourt
f Ohio county. Weat Virginia. lu Deed ollruil
look No. 14, pngc S2G, I will sell on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5.Itt5,
eginning at 10 o'clock a. m , at the fmnt door ol
be Court House o? Ohio oounty, at public suction,
he following described property, that 1" to wy:
All that piece or parcel of ground tylnic in bivliin
"f," aa dealguafcd on the map ol the ?ul>It
Wona of the Joaep hCald well estate mik! addition
herefrom te tho City of Wheeling, and known u
Qenoitn half of lot nnmbervd ?xtv thre?i (S. ! ,
1 lot No 63) In aald sub-division* to thetaid City of
Wheeling, upon which is erect* d a twos'ory brick
welling house, containing four rooms and i
ltchcn. Title bellt-red tn tut perfect.
Trans or Bali?One-ha'f the oi purchase money,
ras much more as tae purchast r :nay elect to pay,
n cash on the aay of Bale. nd the residue lu one
ear from tho day of aa e, with intcrwi ln>m mI<1
ay: the purchaser tosgive a note with aiiprovw
enonal security for the payment of said deferred
iatillmeni and intcrot.
AD1LPH KN'OKK. Trustee*,
w n. Uaujch, Auctions r. *_
gooks, StationcvH, fit.
117K AREOFFERINU SI'ECULBAKTT
Gains is
Standnrd Author*.
Hckctm. 15 vola. for. S7 M
cot, 13 vol*, for...? w
ulwer, 13 voU for- ??
liackeray, 11 rain for -f ^
Hot, I vol*, for G
lame, 5 roll. to-. "
lacaaley, b toU. r r ;; ?
lbbon*. 6 voU for 2^
rv'ns tt vol*, for . / 7
Beide* muny oih?-ri: nil In n" d. J" !'-'1
ur. Rood tvpe and paper; mo?t of them iJluMr?t u
nd evety way n .liable for libraries. or fir itwi>u
> frlondi. Books were never bo cheap >"? Ui?
ivention of prfatln?.
stanton a i)wknpokt,
B04 1301 Mwrk'tj tr*f t
WALL PAPER!
lorder and Celling Decorations, fl
V1I1IU1VU im v/n> - ? r.
Blank EBooIcm,
Stationery unci
Fancy Good*.
The Largctt Stock and 0result Vatletr in tM
a to. For ?ale Jtttail at Wholeaalo Pria* bj
JOS. GRATES & SON,
)J17 36 Twelfth Hlnct^
JOHOOL BOOKS,
Slate*, Pen*, Pendli, Scratch Pad*, Wank Buokt. I
rltlnf Paper, Ac., for the bo;aand girl*. As?^
pply at rery low prloaa.
Ncwipapen, Magazine* and cheap reading mat*
r. C. H wi'l.MiiV.
?epB No. H>4 Mnrk.''^ I
goal, I
"tt)AL. I
rHE MANCHESTER COAL COMPANY I
itepleaauro In Informing their customer! and I
? nuhlic mnerallv that they have an abundant j
pply of th? rery b?t quality of Clean "1"1
41, which ihey will deliver at the old pri?.
CI?an Coal, ' '
Hut Coal, ? "
left at the office, corner M?rktt ?" !
nth KraeU, wfll receive prompt ?" """"
B. j. BHUH.vci,
WapHtraa 491. ""

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