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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, November 28, 1885, Image 4

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strciiK'h aii.l wholwwncjiew. More economical 1
than the ordltir.ry klnrtn. hw! (ft; i rot Ixi ?uld In
competition wltn the n-.ulsltndeof low t.wt, ?hor?
w?lKht ulutn cr pbo?iihu?o rowdc . Sold o)il>j in
on it* Eoval Iaxino I'ovmi:; Co., 106 Wall rtreot,
N*w York r.'.i
(Cue. Jfrl, Jrrictfli & (Co.
& CO.
Invite spccial attention to the
immense stock of Ladies',Gents'
1 ri,!lr1^jn,l? 1 Inr1/?rvv??nr r>l
clliU ^iUiuii.u a ..v?.
every description, just received.
Our prices on Underwear are
the lowest in the city.
Another lot of the celebrated
Cannonsburg Wool
Blankets received. These
are the largest and finest
Blankets offered lor the
Our Cloak Depaitment is replete
with tlie latest and choicest
styles oi Ladies', Misses' and
Children's V'raps, which, notwithstanding
tiie iccent advances,
we still offer at old
111<> Mui 11 Street.
Sib SuMtytrnx,
<>inc?; '-.A ii.wl S7 Fourioentli btrc?l.
i??w Ailvuittsoaicnu*
825 CO Rcwntd.
Warned?a u Mspcrletjc'.'d Noll m Salesman.
Ta'jlo ind I'nokut Uiulu.y--.Nwtutt c: tro.
Atu.ii:lon, i: fjiucfluaim.
Hyarcrils. .. to uitj- l? L'.tt Jr.
>'orSole? tlwuuv Lhvel.l.g? tl. Forces.
WtiliUtU' r 11 l:u*.y olns hwiug i.ro>.
Etunud Maiij;u k?(iOj. iv Aloilouieu ?!; b'on.
Ptrlwilculs?U. Jl. (jaituo/.
K of 1*. r uticiai oilee.
California Kiutl?It J. fcsuiyih.
l.uto( hauic*.
Kot^iuuj .Notices?Fourth page.
Wti caution the \iui?Uc against Agents
who claim 10 sell goods lor us on uecuiy
payment*, 'x'hej are Ijji posters. 1
JAl'Ott tt. UtttittS, Jowoler.
WE have now on cxliibit our Full and j
Winter Btock.ofWooieus, being' a com- <
plete line o 1' SUM tugs, runiaioonings aim ;
Overcoatings, whicii we shall get up ia 1
llrst'Ciass style and 111, ami al lowest t
prices, a1.hu, a tall hue ol i umpiring iioous
always on ham). 1
FOK comfort, get one ol' flione llest t
Knit Jackets at litSS & MMV. <
Tlicrniu tumor Hocord. 1
Tho following ahowa tho range of tho \
thermometer as observed atfcchnepf'sdrug J
store, Opera House corner, yesterday: 7 J
a. s*., U2J; 12 u., 40?; 3 ft. m., US'; 7 e. m., \
Washington, Nov.28.?1 a. m.?For the i
Ohio Valley and Tennessee, local rains, J
warmer in tho eastern portion, slightly
colder in the western portions, and winds
generally easterly. i
For tho Lower l.alto region, cloudy
weather, local rains or snow, warmer,
and winds generally southwesterly. t
Tho Lincoln Club.
There was considerable talk about town \
yesterday concerning tho prospects of the 1
disbanding of the Lincoln Club. There (
was a very general expression of regret
that the situation had become such that
such a possibility must he considered, and *
many Republicans thought the directors 1
should have inored quietly in the matter, ,
and not made the club's tinancial status *
public. The general ieeling was that the
club's perpetuity must be secured.
George Schick Acquitted.
Georgo Schick, indictcd for embezzling 1
$50 from the Wheeling Uakery Company,
was tried in Part II ol the Circuit Court B
yesterday to the following jury: Edward \
Miller, Charles Driehorat, .Robert T. j
Ford, George Otto, Fred Laue, F. D. Sny- '
der, rotor'\yindel, jr., W. Johnson, Ain- 1
broso Stoenr, Honry ochultz, James De- (
main, Barney McEntee.
The jury lust night brought in a verdict E
of not guilty.
Tli* titmutHuqua Circle. |
The parlors of the Young Men's Christian
Association were comfortably filled
last evening l>y members and friends of
the "Cbautatiqua Circle." These meet- t
ings grow steadily in interest. The lesson r
for tho evening was "Roman and Italian j
Art"?and even people who make no pretensions
for art, were interested in tho
An essay by Miss Lixzio Swift was read, f
entitled, "Comparison of the Roman ami
American Republic*," and enjoyed by all
present. Mr. C. S. Morrison read a paper |
on electricity, supplementing the lesson of
last week. Tho Critic's report was full
and suggestive. 8
Tho "Hound Table" exercise, "The First
Triumvirate," brought out many forgotten
bits of knowledge. Many other items n
of interest were discussed at tho "Round i
Table," eliciting fact and fun. The question
as to the successors of the King of
Spain aud Vice President Hendricks was b
discussed with animation. A
Kl*ner't Millluery.
Just received another invoice of fancy
feathers, birds, winp, etc., also a large aa- j,
' BDrtmcnt ot tt:o?n 00 cent felt hata. KISNKlt'N,
1071 Maiu street. h
Matinee this afternoon at the Capitol
rink. Kramer will play. re
. ... ? U
Muaic at the Inland rink this afternoon
and evening.
i U,
W. J. Lvmm will open hie now jowelry it
store Saturday, November 2S, at 10111
Jlain atreet, L
latter* of BUnor Moment in and About th?
Matinee at Charley Shay's Theatre tolay.
One marriage license was issued yeaterlay.
Grand family matinee at the Chapline
Jtreet rink thia afternoon. Popular prices.
The trained doga will exhibit at the
Jhapline atreet rink thia afternoon and
"Tin" Shuttle worth, of IJellaire, and
hiPBuiJurkett, of this city, will raco ut the
Jupitol rink two weeks from to-day, for
5100 a side.
William Hastings was the name of an
inebriated individual who was sent to jail
last night by Squire Arkle in default of $1
fine and the costa.
Street cars will be at the Opera House
corner Sunday night at the conclusion of
the rehearsal of the Opera House Orchestra
it Ma-nnerchor hall.
A youno boy accidentally shot himself
in the hand with a revolver with which
he was playinir near the end of Seventeenth
street. Dr. Iloge dres6od hie wound.
* ;?;?iuiu nro M I.. ?
who has recently written a letter to Bethel,
Ky., can learn something to their advantage
by calling at the poatolhce.
Commencing Monday, November 30, tho
Cleveland & I'ilttihur^n road will put on a
very fast train for Cleveland and Chicago,
h aving Bridgeport at 12 o'clock noon.
Dick Mki.vii.lk, ageut oithe Moore and
Vivien Company, is doing good work
billing hifl company (orthe Academy next
week. It should bo greeted with a full
J. W. Mayhk yesterday entered a damage
anit before fcquire Phillips against the
city to recover $1100. Tho complaint is
that the sexton of the Peninsular Cemetery
built a fence across a lot belonging
to Mayse.
John IIiindku=on, the colored boy aceuced
of BU'tilitiv; two buggy whips irom
Dr. George Uuird/was yeaterday released
on bail, the bond being reduced from $200
in each case, as fixed by Squire W. U.
Davis, to $25 in each case.
A new postollire. called Uaird has been
established on the lino of ex-Senator Davis's
railroad in Grant county, this Htato.
A new olliee called McCltlhui, has also bann
established in Marion county, and George
Hnirman appointed postmaster, and another
in Randolph county, called Parson?, of
which J. W. Parsons is the poetmaster.
_ llt-at Knbb??M.
Ladies' and Gentlemen'** very beat and I
finest rubbers a epecialty, at
J. W. Amick'a.
1143 Main street.
rfttigi-rj in tbo Chy mtU Wheeling Folks
Kx-Mayor Miller was at Pittsburgh yesterday.
Mr. J. A. Kelly, the I ronton nail mill
uiau, ia in the city.
Ex-State Senator Donehoo, of Fairview,
Hancock county, w<t8 in the city yesterday.
Col. T. II. Anderson and Mr. J. B. Ferpmon,
i f i'unbridge, Ohio, were at the
McLuro House yesterday.
Mr. S. F. Angus, of the firm of Angu?,
Cititrel! it Co , arrived in tJio city yeaterday
from Korwalk, Ohio, with his handsome
bride, nnd lus taken rooms at the Si.
James Hotel.
Mr. (Jus Moulton, onoof the proprietors
of "lturr Oaks," the famous American
melodrama, is in the city arranging for
i ho appearance of his company ut the
Opera Houco next Friday and Saturday
evenings end Saturday afternoon.
The liellaire Independent is authority for
this: Mr. John A. Armstrong and Miss
May McFarlund, both formerly of Wheel
ing, were warned at ait. wasmngion,
Hamilton county, Ohio, 4his week. The
bride ia a sister of Mrs. E. L, Permar, of
this city, and her friends hero unite in
wishing them fcou vcyngt on the sea of life,
finest hhoei.
Stacy, Adams A Co.'s make, the best and
most stylish gentlemen's shoes made, at
J. W. Amiuk'S,
11-13 -Main street.
Caul vt Thi&nUa.
We, the undersigned, havo been at
A'orl: for Mr. David Oore for the last three
wetfke, and we heartily thank him for liis
liberality aad kindness towards us. We*
ire all citizens of Wheeling, and learned
)ur trade of pavinp with him. Mr. (iore
ins paid us every .Saturday in full. Owing
o the short eaya and lateness oi the aea on,
we hardly expected full price, hut
Mr. Gore seems to leel willing that the lajoring
man should have a fair pricefor his
abor. Ila paid his pavers $2 00 and the
aborers $1 50 per day, aud we wish in nil
iincerity that we had more such men in
)ur city.
f AVKRS. LAllOllEltS.
(id i a iti) < Aitirv. Ecckni: curky.
1*11 I.I AM l OllTI. ?. 1. Ml" A*.
101 IN I) WAV. J. C ItOHKKtllT.
lulls Koor. Tiios. I>* v.
S. 1Ui>k??u. Foreman. .Sami ki. McW*Min.
Nbw fresh goods direct from oar factory
ootoa are being received daily at The
Factory, 111- Main.
Music at the Island rink this afternoon
ind evening.
O.vk prico at The Factory, 1142 Main
Tub nobbiest line of <ienta Silk Handcerehicftt
ever iu the city, at B. Marks,
Vic Lure House Hat and Gents' Furnishipg
ioods Store.
The troupe of trained dogs that mako
heir last appearance at the Chapline street
ink this aftrrnnoon and evening, are
wonderfully tiue. Those who have seen
horn are loud in their praise.
Oi>o kne? pants at remarkable low
iricefl at The Factory, 1142 Main street.
I'onug Mon'it ClirUllau Aanucliilion Meetings
Study of the International Sunday
chool lesion conducted by Rev. l)r.
3ook at 5 o'clock this alternoon. Kvery
jody welcome. Young men's meeting at
':J10 o'clock to-night anil 4 o'clock to-inorow.
Young men's lUblo study at 7 :30
i'clockThumlay. All tho meetings are
leldat the Young Men's Christian Aaociation
Building, 1I'.'.S Market street.
Silk and,Cash mere Mulllers, of the latest
lusigns, at the McLure liouse llat and
ieuta' .Furniahinn Goods Store. !
B. Marks, Proprietor.
Oub prices aro guaranteed to be lower
han any clothing house in Whoeling. If
int vmi ??i?n linvA vour mnrifiv r?tiirn*d .
o you on demand/ Tub Factory,
1141! Main street.
Iryoa want to Ret your watch repaired ,
p to W. J. Lukens, lOUW Main street. ,
Music at the Island rink this afternoon <
ud evening. ,
Ear mull's at 11. Marks', 1204 Market
treet, under McLure House.
Shkkt music with oaeh salo in our Boys' I
nd Children's Department given away at 1
'he Factory, 1142 Main. j
Our three dollar overcoats haa been the 1
est seller this week. Get one before they (
re all gone. T,ut Factory, 8
1142 Main street. 1
Ifvou want to purchase anything in the J
iwelry line, or wish to get your watch re- 1
aired, go to W. J. Lukens, 1029 Main ?
roet. J
A new lino of Tick and Puff Scarfs, just {
ceived and opened, at Marks,' McLure t
ouse Ilat and Gents' Furnisher. e
A wonderful performance at the Chap- d
:io street rink this afternoon and even- a
ig. Don't fail to see the performing dogs. I
.i. " e
Co. tell dry goodsth?che*pe?t. p
Meet at the Court House to Give Formal Public
?x|ir??fttuu to their Sorrow (or the
Death of Vlee President Heudrlcka.
1'he Ueaolutlona nod Item&rkf.
The meeting of citizens which assembled
ni the Court house last night at the call
of the Mayor to take formal action expressive
of their sorrow for the death of Vice
President Hendricks, was as largely attended
as the size of tbechainber of PaiTiTrfthe
Circuit court would allow. The attendance
was also largely made up of repreaentativo
men without regard to party,
us will be seen from the following partial
list: Mayor Grubb, Kev. Dr. Cooke, C.
H. Hart. President of the Board of Commissioners
George Woods, Councilman
William Myles, C. U. Tracy and A. J.
Sweeney, Oacar Soeley, Ccuacilmau Peter
Forrol, J. M. Ewing, T.M.Riley, Capt.
Carlin, )*M. Roberts >n, Ci?*rk T. M. l)arrah,
J. J. Woods, J. M. Todd, Councilman
Jolrn Boring, W. u Jlootl, ueo. S.
Feeney, Postmaster Iiobert Simpson, Allen
Brock, J. S. Nay lor, Councilman
J. G. llolluiau, jr., Thomas
O'Brien, T. M. Garvin, Gil)3on Lamb,
Councilman C. II. Miller, J. B. Taney, of
tbo JUyitUr, Col. Robert White, Jake
Sweitzer, Squire Davis, J. W. White, M.
J. O'Kane, J.C. Devine, M. Edwards, Survoyor
General A. II. Boach, Dana Geyer,
J. \\\ Waif, Guy H. C. Allen, John Bodley,
City 1/brarian Henry Pendleton,
Ab?x Upd??gralF, John H. Hall, Charles
Davie, Clerk Barney Gelligan, W.J, Johnwon,
J. G. liotlman, ft'r., Sijuiro Arkle,
City Clerk Frank Bowera, C. K. Buhler,
I l)r. S. L. Jepaon, A. G. E^ertar, Christ.
Siebke. Ed. K^gers, C. T. Bruos, M. EmBheimer,
J. Emaheiuiur, Councilman L.
Delbrugijc, D. It. Brooks, Alfred KheinIstroin,
J. B. Miller, Fred Unrub, Mou.aignar
J. T, Sullivan, Mcj. J, C. Alderaou,
I Alex Frew. J. T. Burt, Col. T. II. Anderson,
of Ohio.
Mr. J. S. Nay lor moved that tho meeting
boor^an'zni by calling Mayor Grubb
to tho chair, which motion prevailed
uuauiinoualy. On motion of Postmaster
Simpson, Hon. J. J. Woo ls was chosen
! Secretary, and on motion of M. J. O'Kane
,tbe reporters of the raoruiug papers who
' were present were mado Assistant Secret
a ries.
Col. Iiobert White moved that a com|
mittcu of live bo appointed to diaw up appropriate
resolutions, and this motion
I prevailing,thoChairman appointed Mc?are.
Robert Simpsou, Uobart White, lie v. Dr.
Cooke, Thomas O'Brien ami Chas. BurIdett
Hurt, who retired to consider the
matter giveu into their ohargo.
After u few minutes absence the committee
returned, and Kev. Dr. Cook pre ! <?
fnllnu.Mn?? wja rAini lit/
the Secretary.
the ebsolitions.
The citizens of Wheeling have heard,
with deep regret, of the death of Thomas
A. Hendricks, Vice lVsklentof the United
States, ami in public raeetlug asscimbled,
desiro to mingle their expressions
of sorrow with tlm mourniogj of a bereaved
We recognizo the lato Vice President
as having been an able statesman, a true
patriot, a faithful public servant and a
genuine representative of the highest type
of the American citizen. IIis liJo and
career, private and public, uiay justly bo
held before the youth of our countrv as
well worthy of their emulation, and as
faithfully illustrating the possibilities open
to them as well as to him. Without special
or peculiar advantages or influences to
aid him, he has, by patient toil, persistent
endeavor, with a true faith, an earnest
heart anu willing hands, been enabled to
make himself one of the foremost and
most honored among tho greut men of
the Nation. Many of us v,'ill always remember
hiu gonial manner and kindly
greeting on the occasion of his visit to our
rity n fpw short months ago, and wo all
gratefully recall tho generous welcome
extended to him by ail our people without
regard to political a dilution. It is
llfBokeil, That we hereby express our
heartfelt sympathy for his sorrowing widow,
who was his helpmeet through eo
many long and honored years.
lltnohvd, That as a token of r&pect for
tho memory of the deceased statesman,
and an emblem of mourning f >r his death,
our citizens be requested to drape their
places of business and that the city and
county ollit'ials be requested to drape (
tho public buildings under their charge,
until after his funeral; and
Rooked further, That a copy of this
paper be furnished to the press of the city
with u request that it be published.
Koiibrt Simpson,
Rodekt Wwite,
Thomas O'Brien,
William H. Cooke, ,
Dr. Cooke, in presenting the resolutions, i
made some remarks on behalf of the com- i
mittee, which were eminently lilting and ,
eloquent, lie referred to Mr. ilendricks'
sudden death on the eve oi a National
Thankpgiving, and expressed his own high <
regard for the deceased, his pleasant mem- orics
of the reports of his gentlemanly-and i
considerate bearing when he was the distinguished
gueit of Wheeling in the last
Presidential campaign. Tho deceased was
not meroly a politician, not merely a i
statesman, ho was a man.
Tho lesson of man's mortality was drawn i
from the surroundings of the sad event
which occasioned this meeting. Death
was not partial. No exaltation of place
induced liira to pass by. From the consideration
of the beneficence and goodness
of Providence, the Nation has advanced i
but a step, and confronts an open grave. ]
The consideration for him who lias passed
into eternity is what lie left on earth; ,
how did he comport himself with refer- i
euro to Che ten commandments of God
and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
This career, as is expressed in the reso
lutions, is an example to young men.
Not merely because of the position or the i
powar of the dead man, but because of his I
litness to WW it. ilia honor, his virtue, his <
truth, his righteousness?these should be
held up to the youth of the land; not that
he was Governor, not that he was Senator,
not that he was Vice President, but
that iu all positions which he was called
upon to fill ho acquitted himself with 1
honor to himself and with a clear con- <
science. And now that he is to be laid to i
tlu. irlinli. Vatinn ita \
ami will unite in the obsequies. *
The address was received with applause. 1
Mr. A. J. Sweeney moved that the 1
chairman o( the committee be instructed |
to telegraph to Mrs. Hendricks the svmpa- 1
thy of the people of Wheeling, and also (
Lhat the Secretary be instructed to send a 1
copy of the resolutions to the family. The 2
motion was adopted. i
Calls for Mr. Hart were heard, and Mr. I
[Jhas. Burdett Hart, of the Intblljubn- fi
'eh, responded.
Ho said : Mr. Chairman?Our life as a f
people does indeed present sorao strange 8
)hasca. How zealous, how earnest wo
ire in our political contests! In onr
;reat national rivalries, struggling for
)artisan supremacy, how fierce we are at j
imes?bo that the ordinary words of our j
irdinarv life do not snilire. Than vn
.peak 01 battles and campaigns; we ap)roach
the peaceful duty of the ballot box a
nth martial shouts anu burning powder, A
10 that a stranger might'think us two disinct
races struggling for the mastery,
iach determined at whatever
lazard to subdue and rule the other, li
ind not, as is the truth, a united ?
teople striving in different directions d
owardthe sainoend, merely detormin- J
<1 to express their choice and make at
:nown their views in relation to the con* b
uctof our public affairs. About a year g<
go we were engaged in such a contest, ct
lacli side was striving, how earnestly, to
levate its chosen leaders, to the highest
laces in the gilt oi the people, What C
was the result ? Among ten million voters
ten hundred votes more one way than the
other decided the issue. And then, how
ready, how cheerful the acquiescence!
Had there been ten million majority instead
oi ten hundred, the submission
could not have been more cheerful, more
sincere, more complete. Two eminent
citizens were elevated to the highest
places in the land?were made, not the
President and the Vic? President oi a
party, but of the country; called through
party to govern the whole country, on
the line ol a party's policies, in the iear oi
Almightly (Sod.
To-day one lies low in death. Winter's
cold shadow has fallen early upon him,
soon to be shrouded in the winter's snow.
There were in his conspicuous career two
points to which my mind reverts, both, I
take it, greutly to his credit. First, he was
an honeut man. What more can bu said
of any man? Great, brilliant, atronp,
powerful?these are nothing compared to
honesty. That word is nn epitaph of
which any man may well be proud.
The other point 1 am thinking about is:
he was a partisan, a strong partisan. lie
wrought for his party, and he gloried in
its achievement*, rejoiced in its triumphs.
Ami why not? if a man belongs to a party,
it should be because he believes that
party is in the right, and that through it
ho can best contribute to the success aud
perpetuation of our form of government,
and so bestow upon his countrymen the
greatest benefits. I do hold that a conscientious
partisan is not therefore the less
a goou.irue, useiui citizen.
This man whom we mourn was the
choice of hie party, but ho was the VicePresident
of my country. Ho waa stricken
down so suddenly, tew of ua are the
God-serving men we ought to be, and
(ewer, I think, fail to see in these visitations
of increasing frequency, the removal
almost without warning of great figures in
the country's affairs?those national
calamities?the hand of God, which docs
rule in the affairs of men. These bereavements
should tepch us that this Nation,
however it may bo ruled by parties, must
look to the great and goo 1 God for deliverance
frotn the perils which beset it, and
for its preservation.
When .Mr. Hart resumed hisseat, it wae
amid generous applause.
Calls wero then heard for Col. Robert
White, aud with si^ns of reluctance that
gentleman responded. He said he had
come here with no expectation of making
any remarks on this occasion. Ho had
felt since the news of this event had Hashed
across the land a sadness which he was
/,.H 1... ..II l.i.ar.1 l.S.n ?n.l
by all in tho land.
Recently, Uo tall oaks in the foreat
home of the counlry line! been btricken
down, the last Thouins A. Ilendricks.
When 1 tirat&Aw that uian on the lloor
of the United Stated Senate, 1 admired
him, and I watched his carter with intereat,
as he advance.! step by stop, always
upward. And when 1 saw him at Chicago,
in that vait hull where tho National
Democratic convention met, aud saw the
men and women gathered there riao to
their f?*et when he entered to do him
honor, I said to myself that ho had reached
almost the acme of man's ambition.
And when in that great campaign of
188-4, this great man way, I may Eay, the
honored Kueatof Wheeling, when I stood
besiritr hira on that fair around, if I may
be allowed to refer to that litre, and he
siiid to me that he could not stand so high
above the people and Bpeak to them, that
he wanted to get down among them, 1
thought that remark was a key to ilia
character. *
He was chosen Vice-President only a
year ago. He mummed tho ofli:e within a
year. Now he \a dead. How true it is, as
tho poet Gray has said:
Tho pomp of horaldry, tho boaat of power.
And nil thai beauty, all Unit wealth o'er gore,
A wait u'.l.e ibe incvlubjo ho-irj
T&c path o| clory Juuii but to the grave."
Most heartily, then, Mr. Chairman, do
wo join in tho resolutions wo have
adopted. Most heartily do wo sympathize
in the general mourning at tho death of
this great and good man, this brilliant
leader, tins able statesman, this cbcsen of
the land.
Colonel White's remarks wero heartily
In response to demands by the audience,
Hon. J. J. Woods and Dr. S. L. Jepson
muuo oriel remarks. Air. woods pointed
out the lessons of the life wrought out for
himself by the dead man. He wag a man
of industry, of patience, of perseverence,
of honesty, of integrity. With these qualities
he had been able to represent his
people in nearly all the exalted walks of
life. The speaker whs one of the many
who met Mr. Hendricks when ho was
here. Ho thought then that ono of the
Becrets of bis success was the interest he
manifested, and doubtless felt, in everybody
bo met. The old adage, "Speak nothing
of the dead but what is good," might
in this case bo altered to "Speak nothing
of the dead but what is true," and whatever
is true will bo pood. Mr. Hendricks
was received here with groat honor. Wo
also had a visit from his distinguished
competitor for the same position, who was
received with equal honor. No difference
how earnest our peoplo become in the
heat of a campaign, they treat those of
different political views with the same
courtesy and respect, and when death
lays n great man low all join in the expression
and feeling of sorrow.
I)r. Jepson said there was another trait
of Mr. Hendricks' character besides that j
of honesty, referred to by Mr. Hart, which
should be held up.to the youth of the
land as worthy of their admiration and
imitation. He was a pure man. Let the
young man know, then, that to attai*
success, to win advancement to the high*
est positions of honor and trust in this
country, to be successful in public life, ty
is not necessary to be either dishonest or
Both these speeches were received with
hearty applause.
Ex-Mayor Sweeney was called on, but
anly took the floor to moye an adjourn*
ment, which prevailed.
After the meeting Mayor Grubb, in accordance
with the request of the meeting,
sent the following message by telegraph:
Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 27,1885.
ifrt. Thomas A. Jlendrickt, Indianapolis, fad,
The people of Wheeling, in mass meeting
assembled, desire to extend to you
their heartfelt sympathy in this your hour
&f sorrow. Jacoii W. Oaubu,
Mayor of Wheeling.
Deeorntluui About Town.
Yesterday morning Surveyor, of the
run ucwii, wuu in iuwj vjusiuuuui ui niw
poatoflice, received word from the Secretary
of tho Treasury authorizing him to
make the necessary expenditure to put
the building in mourning as a token of rejpect
to tho memory of the late Vice President.
Mr. Beach consulted with Postmaster
Simpson as to what plan should
je pursued in draping the building, and
n tnu afternoon the work was cammencsd.
It will be completed to-day Several
Tags draped in mourning were displayed
yesterday, and stores wore tho sombre
grab of mourniug, and doubtless tho disjlay
of iliourning emblems will bo generil
by this evening.
Kltner'a MlUlucry.
Just received another invoico of fancy
eathers, birds wines, etc,, also a large asortment
of those 09 cent felt hats.
KISNEK'S, 1071 Main street.
Nkw Hats and Capm juat received, at B.
'larks', Hatter and Gouts' Furnisher, McJouso.
A nov 13 to 17 years of age can get an
11 wool overcoat at The Factory, 1142
lain, for three dollars.
Uandtom* Iloraea.
Yesterday Peter Erb, the well known
very man, sold to the glass firm of Hobbs,
irockunier A Co.. a pair of heavy English
raft horses that no recently procured in
efferson county, Ohio, for $600. They
re regular beauties, a handsome dark
ay and woigh 3,000. They came from
sod stock and are as fine a team as one
:>uld desire to see.
Music every afternoon and evening at !
pitol Kink by Kramer's fall orobeatra, <
Grant Loom Shot by William Schoolcraft,
the Uaabauduf bit Coualu?The Matter
Grow* out of Family Difficult!**.
The Shooter now In Jail.
Grant Lucas, living near the south end
of Moundsville, was bhot there yesterday
by William Schoolcraft, who says he lives
in Wirt county, and who married Lucas's
cousin, a Miss Smith, two years ago. He
and his wife separated some time ago, and
she came to Moundsvillo to live with her '
parents. Schoolcraft followed and obtained
work at the Government works at
Captina dam.
He visited his wife yesterday for the
second time. Lucas was at the house, and
Schoolcraft says he made threats toward
him. Later he went to an orchard to buy
some apples, when Lucas attacked him
with stones. Schoolcraft told him to desist
or ho would shoot. Lucas still follow
oil l?im 1111 wtmn Si*hnr?lrraft i!ri>w n thirtv- '
two calibre revolver and shot him.
Charles Brannon, who saw the shooting-,
arrested Schoolcraft, ami ho is now in
jail, havinu been committed by Juatice .
Lucas, of Clay district, Marshall couuty.
The hall struck Lucas in the left shoulder,
and Dr. Hull, who was culled, made a 1
partial examination, but was not able to
give any opinion as to what tho result
will probably be. Lucas walked from
whore ho was wounded, in the orchard,
to tho cattle stop on tho Ohio Kiver road,
where he was compelled to stop. He was
carried to his father's house, where he
now lies.
Au "Ugly IlUk Outturn" tst?aW a Lauudtjniui.'a
S."? 11111.
List evening Win# Lee, the boss of the ;
Chinese laundry at the corner of Market
and Fourteenth streets, complained to
1 Squire Arkle that he had been robbed
of $5.
The almond-eyed son of the orient said j
that "on Tluesd&y-Wonsdy?blout tlo
'clock?not know tlo 'clock, tleo 'clockugly
Ilish gal?notee gal; ooman; she pol
man?memed ooman, you know??blingee .
man shsrtee, say ?et washee, come molly, *
mubbe Sat'dy. Fancy gal?ugly face? ^
"She say, 'Oo! cole! tloo cole!' Me telle
go back room, stove, get warm. Say, 'Oo!
hotty! tloo hotty!' Bout twelve 'clock
man come in srot jinge [change] live
dolly. Me git jinge box; put bill box; :
ugly gal iu dere; nobody else in dere; me
go got ilvo dolly; no live dolly box; ugly ?
gtil'Btealy. She be back molly tritty shirt, r
You come gitty her; bout tloo-flour 'clock t
she bo here." *
"Did you see her tako the money?" asked
the 'Squire. f
"Nol If see, inokillyr' ^
Is order that sullerors may know that j;
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will alwayscure [
them, Loean & Co., Edmund Hocking and b
vuArittBiueuircmoiicrcmpnnuuiMiy euy.ujui n
if tho Tabletsdo not relievo every case of ;
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sour Stomach, c
Sick Headache, Heartburn, Ac., &c., they ^
do not waut any pay. The physicians say jj
they are the tineet combination that can be ^
found. Price 25 cents. ttiimw An
elegant plaited child's suit, ail styles ?
and cut, at The Factory, 1142 Main. j<
Matinee this afternoon at tho Capitol ?
rink. Kramer will play. t jj
Beautiful patterns of gents' hem- b
stitched,linen handkerchiefs,justopenedat i<
B. Marks',McLure House Hats and Genta' ?
furnishing goods storo. g
Kian?r'? Mllllnnry.
Just received another invoice of fancy _
feathers, birds, wings, etc., aIbo a large as- i
sortment of those 60 cent felt hats.
KISNEIi'S, 1071 Main street. I
The Factory will give away next week *
vocal and instrumental sheet music; gema
from Mikado, Stephana, etc., with every
sale in our Boys' and Children's Department.
HUMILIATING Eruptions, Itching and Burning I
fckltt Tortures, Loathsome Bor??, and evory I
(tjxjclos of Itching, Scaly, Pimply, Inherited, Pcrofn- I
louiand ConURinui uu?atcsof tho Blood, SkJn nnd
Scalp, with Ixm of Hair, from infancy to old
re, are positively cu'ed by cuticura, the gnat
Skin dire, and Cuti^nra Foap, an exquisite Hkin
Beautlflor. externally, and Cutlcura Ktsolvout.the
now Blood Putltlur, lultrually.
I hove been nfilleted since last March with a Skin V
niuKkn Ihnrinoi.irl i ultiul Knvntna M? (?? u-m
covered with scabs and aorea, anil iho itching am! '
hunting were almost unbearable. Seeing your
Cuticura Remedial so highly recommended, con U
eluded to Hlvo them a trial, using the Cuticura and B.
Cuticura Boap externally, and Resolvent internal'y.
tor four mouths. i call myaolf cured, In
gratitudo ior which I make thin public statement. sc
Broad Brook, cohv. ^
I wan a til leted with Eczema on the ficalp, Face, 01
Ear* and Neek, which the druggist*. where 1 got
your remedies, pronounced one of th? worst caw*
that had come under hi* tntiee. He ?dvi*ed ine
to try your Cuticura Komcdics, hnd after five days'
use my scalp and part of my face were entliely
cured, and I hope iu another week to hive my earn,
neck, and the other part of my face cured.
12t E. 4th Strew, New York.
Cuticura stands at the h?ad of It* c1>im, especially
is this the we with the Cutloura Hoap. Have
had au unusually goad sale 'his summer, owing to
the prevalence of au aggravated form of Itch
through some localities iu the country, in which
the Cuticura Remedies proved Fatlnf.ctory.
W. L IlARDUiti, DruggllL
Dnioktowm, Ky.
Aroaold by all druggists. Price: CUTICURA, 80c;
Resolvent, 91.C0; Hoar, 25c. Pottrr Uruo and _
CinvrcAi. (Vi.. Ikmitiin.
8eud (or "How to Cure Bk'n Diseases." VDCAIITI^Y
tho Complexion aud Skin br tuing
PERU Uie Cutinnm Soap.
p THB8EW1NG MACH1NK!? tho cau*e
ij /??v of Uterine Pains and Wrakncss. For
fJs&SV Aching Hides ami Back, Kldnty Pains, '
H&Fiflt Fciatlca. Chest Pat us, Wetknots find IniTifcirU
flammatlon tho Cuticura Antl-Paln
Plaster Is infallible. 'Ac. noiwmw
lie on Your Uoi?rd> J
Benson's Capclne Plasters are wlfle'y imitatod
That J* tho fact. Now, why aro they Imitated?
Hot au?e they are the only porous plasttr In existcnco
that la really trustworthy and valuable. Bonton's
Haulers *re highly and scientifically medicated,
and cure Id a few hours ailment* upou
which no others hive any effect whatever. The
public are therefore cautioned against plasters
bfarinu tho namw of Capslcln," "Capsicum,"
"Capsicln*," or "Capuoln," whino are moant to
pass for Capclne" (please note the dlfferr nee> and
ilso again it plssters near log tho namos "Benton's,"
"Burton's." etc. When buying ink distinctly for ~
Benson s Plaster and prou-ct you n?lf by a personal T
examination. Tho genulue has the word "Cap- JD
sine" cnt or poroused In the body of the plaster 0
rod the "Three Seal*" uado-mark on the laoe ant
jloth, aoflfrMW4i m
?utwan Je i
the a
|| oLAUUlf 11
I " ?
Astonishing Valu
And marvelous assortment of sty
our Store with purchasers. A rare
a bargain Suit or elegant Overcoat;
During the present week our stor
anxious to see the unusual inducemi
eager to secure one of our rare barg
long standing, that we always keep
most striking bargains, and they we
thousands who visited our Mammotl
not one left without being fully satis
m i . r* i r r*
Slaugnter sale 01 Allies ana wvcra
Wheeling before. And now to the
shopping and wishing to see the lan
line of Children's Suits and Overco
to step in and look at our assortme
as they must be sold in order to m
chance to secure a perfect fitting anc
boy at less than half the value. /
Boys' Overcoats just received.
CS^g^A Pair of Elegant Roller ?
m. gutm;
Six Floors. Cor, j
gcUglous iXotlccs. .ABsijjnce'i
r y r.UIUK'M?Unv Wm U I) II nattnr /A
ervtces tomorruvr a110:30* a. u., and 7 v. m. Bab- . ? ..
mill School at 9 a. m. All are welcome. A11 J* 0" l*avlD8 c"?n
r??FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH of film Grovo, will preacnt
?The paator, Iter. 1). A. Cunningham, D.D., % . ? ,,
rill preach in tho LectureMoom to-morrow at 10:30 1
.. m. ami at 7 r u. Sabbath School at i> a. M. noo(j
iMor, pastor. Kervicc* to morrow at 10 :t0 a. m.
.ml 7 r. u. Suuday 8chool at 2p.m. Strangera "TITANTED ?CO
'Clromo. yy by , prompl uml,
fS?ST. LUKE'S P. E. ClIUKCH. A., uko ihl. offlce.
"V ISLAND?Hev J Gibson Gantt. 1J D , iwtor. Ill ANTED?Ail active Mn
eivices to-morrow at 10:80 >. *. and 7 p. m. Sum- f| county to acll our good
ay school at 2r. u. Every Wednesday there will and expem**, or oommU
e aervlcta at Ihe chapel at 7 r. u. vancc. Outfit free. For t\
^ Rev. J. Henry Hem. paator. Horvices tojorrowat
10:39a.m. and 7;00p.m. Morningnub- U/ANTEI)?YoungLadie
:ct, Olorj'lugr In the Crosa." Evening aubject, y wor* 'or u*. at lhclr *
Spiritual Surgory." Sunday School nt 2 p. m. Ployment; no inatrttctioni
ouug Keoplo'a Meeting, Monlay nt 7:30 v. m. All wnt by mall (diatance no i
re invited; week can bo made. Ko
free, oraamploof work coa
rS?NORTH STREET M. E. CHURCH, "tamoa. rieaae addrm, 1
corner Fifth and Market atrceta?Preaching (u'~ """ton- Mara. 1' o. B<
y tho pnator, R'JV. M. F. Dry den, to morrow at ?
3:30 a. m. and 7:15 p. k. Morulas theme: "(iod'a
Innlfeated Love." livening theme: "Education vv**
hrough Trial." 8unday School at 2 p. m. All p,to ~
rp cordially |nvlu-d WAAli^ r Aliv
jg. glatUs. ^ ELECT
I fl II I O 8 O fll li O I Thc*nnutI.meeting of tl
Nil I V I I fl I# % V Woat Virginia'Kxpoaltlonai
In I O UHl i) "ouwin^heM?nthe
at 2 o'clock p. m., at tho
county, for tho purpose of i
?AND? ton, and to tranaact auy oil
be brought before tho meel
goe Sale and
FurnishingGoads S
w liiuluoit House aud Iiwe
Business IIcuho and Dwell
No. 83 Ninutceutli street, i
Hating purchased tlio entire (lock of Hats, Cap# in^{||ohen.0n^ied al"C'
ad Gent'* Furnishing Uooda In the Store of M. M. Dwelling No. 2338 M&rke
"alker, 12M Market street, under tho McLure a-hi
?uie, I am offering the whole line at greatly re- g ^oSaSd bat h worn to Si
ucod prices. It la my Intention to establish at canbabouKht 'ort-'iOOti.
lla Central Stand a Popular Headquarter! for Hat* VrrwinoVr0TC'
ad Gent'a Furniahlng Goodi, at which the gentle- limbic small p!aco; canto8!
lenof Wheeling and vicinity ahall always find Dwelling No. um Jacob at
>mething to suit their taste at reasonable prlcea,
Khali always have on hand tho latest atylea from ** OXC. XtJ
>e beat Eastern Manufacturers. Ko
Remember that the present itock la to bo sold at No' 17J Alloy? l? tour^oc
ice. It Includes a One lino of WINTER WEAR month.
1 all sradea. -No Alley 15, four roc
Four Boomed Houso, Allr
seventh stree\ %l oo per moi
_ _ __ ? Three roomed House In rci
B.MARKS tips!
street, 9100 per month.
Three Rooms, 175 Beventc
McLure House Hat Store, I Foilr Rwnfod^cmsc^ *No.1
9 00 per month.
Throe Rooms, No. aw Elah
no?i >o. Wo Eighteenth street, I
_ month,
? Tiro HMD,, 1301 Woods ?l
Betl EiUto Agent. CoUetl
3HAS. E. IwdASOISr, =
1SOB Mnrliot Street. (] j\|_|p()[{N| ^ ^
3flHc? Hoflw-^ i. n. to 1 y. ^ to ft >. w. 1yS
r I 10 ***'<|Mt ree#"
III d?S?SS 3sr. SOH
liss z-~
o uth^mcluoracom job rooms, k?.? all fliv
171 Fourteenth street, where TOO Ott bi MOW' . w ....
ttlHillMnMMl Ko extra ohuie tor Mould*
,N & GO.'S,
es for all Classes
les at slaughtered prices that crowd
chance is now given you to secure
at unheard of low priccs.
e has been thronged with customers
ents we are enabled to offer, and all
ains. Our patrons know, from our
our promises, and expected to find
re not disappointed. Among the
'i Clothing Establishment this week
fied of the claim we make, that our
Dats, beat anything ever known in
: ladies we will say, that when out
rocf Kr?cf cr?lr?rfprl nrwl mncfr
ats in the latest styles and patterns,
nt. We cannot fail to please you,
ake room. Remember, now is the
:1 stylish Suit or Overcoat for your
Another new lot of those 93 cent
Skates given with every Boy's Suit.
VN & CO.,
Main & Twelfth Sts.
I ?tolicc. go* SKctlt
JJ >t Wo. 87 Fifteenth atreet in>: t
i> against J. C. Duncan. TJOOMS FOR REM T?IN H011N.
An?A A? brook's Block. Apply to W. V. IIO iR a
them to mc at ouco. BBO., 1800 Marketttmst. <te?
whAAiinv w V* X1 Dwelling, Mo. 26 Fi/t?outh street corner <i( Kntf
? and Flitecutu streets. Hnqulreol Annint I mix,
. . ou tho premises, or of W. a. Ki.nkjukt, IIC.J Mtr*
,IC(l. ketatrect. > i?,i.
eliablo parly. Addruu &
u or Woman In ever? I >
Sit1 v.0!0" 25 8b? > People'. Bank Stock.
iK CO., BoHtou, Maaa. ]0 gharc* I'caBody Imurancc Stock.
5 Share* Eichaugo Uauk block.
a In city or county to One Building Lot, Eoffstreit between TwelM
lomci; faacinntlnK em- and Thirteenth streets. Tllo-i. o'iiWK.Y
i to buy; work can be Do2c 'felcpimm- C?.
died for four cents in ^
?l}|?MA*?,^hV?w 25 Pharea Jefferson Nail Mill.
191 wiA-nhMW 10 y]1Rrcg Ohio Valloy Bank.
8 Hharoa Commercial Bank.
UR8. & (Shares Peabody insurance Co.
? 80 Hha'ei Manufacturen>' insurance Company.
24 Share* JEtna iron Works.
8,(XX) City Bonds, new 6 porreuta.
I. IK WIN, Htock Broker. #
. no20 No. ii iwclfth f'Jtt't.
io Stockholderi of the
mi buto *ir aikcu- My Place at Elm Grove,
iHBhit, A. D. 1886, TEN acre* and three Bouse*. Cau be divided Into
Court House of Ohio ,ma11 P1*^0".'lcctiug
thirteen Direo- ?}E lot of Jcn?y Cow- ? FORCES.
ler busluesa whiuh may No. 7 Custom Hon*. ,
line, nccordiiiK to the TG^OR SALE.
~ Hocretary.^ qQ0 gprJnff ^agon, without top, suitable for oue
^ . or two hories, made for undertaking btulni#*.
z*. OK filCUt. .Ono Platform Spilag Wagoo with top, jole aud
Jr?.... ^l?',4bI? tor delivery wagon for kuhxt.
? *??j ?to?o wiRuui were tuaue u)- i/aiwiurwu,
Lewis A Co., W heeling.
Also, on hand new and second hRnd BtiKgJes
f? -Jnu Ua.kni . ??? wIln aud without tops, aiid one now Buck NUgou.
n?? Koisf&'S.
1 ling, No. 17M Market J2212 No. mau. i. ui'-?
In*. No 22(1 Mtin it. J101'' 8ALEnew
Brick J?wolUng,fi
?throunhout and water Tho Property Numbered 930 Market street. bc!u
tho southeast corncr of .Market Mrtetatnl Alley <
t itrcot, 6 rooma and On this lot Is a three-story brick Uou?o and severs
iramo buildings, tho ai'Kregate rent of wlilrft k??
h street, new houses, been S600 per year and over. Price #:?,500.
ch house; either house Terms, 81,000 cash; tho balance J'-tO per year lot
five ycaTt, with six percent interest.
a four roomed house, oc30 J AS. L. HaWI.EV, ll'Ji Main
tiod water: it Is a <Je- " _ :
KjiiKht lor $1,600, T?OK SALE.
reel, 6 rooms,
liiJVT. Valuable Heal Estate on N, E. corner Twenty02
si*t/^n?h ?irfourth and Markot streets, lu tho City ot WbeiliriR,
ly ftlrnUhed. W. Va. Lot la feet by 66 feet; now occupied ty
imed house, $3 CO per B. J. Ellifriu as a wagon and blacksmith shop,
imcd house, WOO per W, V. HOGE A ISItO
) B,?uth0IT?nlr- IBOOM.rto-r;-,.
ft Ul Water street, F?R ^ T? ?L?SK AN
13 ^ , Tho following LoU on WhcelinK Island betas*
a. 22 Twenty-seventh in* to the estau of the late Win. McCoy, vu
. . pots No. 66,67 and 71 on Broadway. i
st end of Nineteenth 1/iU No. Maud Won York street.
... . LouNo.Bt, 100 and 101 on Virgin la street.
cuth street, 17 CO per Lou No. 101,106,110 and 111 on Huron nwL
Lou No. 128,129 and 189 on Wabash strwi.
o I.I . . Lot No. 144 on Water street.
1112 Baltimore street, au29 w. V. HOOKA MUX. lfffl
"fttj&l* month. '
or and Notary' Public, ordcr ?' W"5 Hoard Directors tie Laujtb'ln
i. Mia Markat Htremt Nail Company desire to negotiate n ot
= SUA,000 oo on December 1, lhS5, and will k>uc
itu-icg, I Honda for that amount, yayablmitthfi eii-irdlon
?~? ol leu yeara, bearing lutcrut at llio rule of 1* I"r
coot por annum, payable on tli? flrnt of June ?:?'!
I'ccembcrof each year,tutcro6tcoupou*au<vclu?i iiiiiinm*
"^erring the right to redeem a portion of the f-nw
1 HLllU 10 I Thene Ilondi will bo Mcurcd by mortRn^e wn
the entire proporty of tbeCoinpauy, IncludluK
-LOTHEBH. acrca of uirfaoo, 103 acre* of coal, 1W null kuchinos,
Vl PropotaU for the whole or part of the lorn
be received until December 1,1SH5.
. y I I'of further Information apply to any roomier "
' tho committee or to J. J. Jouc*. at the l-:*chans??
lSt9 Market Rtreet Ilmk. \v. L. 0 LOSS Kit, I'raideut,
M. L, OTT,
I noM (' imvii '
a ll kinds of book and j015
4Cmm uu V"**"

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