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1 hk Intelligencer,
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FHBW, CAMPIIKLL ?t IIAItT,
{BOPKirroM,
AT NO. 25 AND 77 FOURTEENTH STREET,
One ropy one yc*r..?8 ooiTbree month*. * 00
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Delivered by carrier In city, 16c per w?ek.
Semi-Weekly Intelligencer,
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Mobhikm.
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The Weekly Intelligencer,
Publmiuu KVKBY TUUBMDAY MOBHIHO.
One year 91 00 | biz mo-Jliis. OS
Great reduction lo Clul*. Bcx.d lor mud pie copy
end circulars. Acldrew.,
FREW, CAMPBELL * HART,
WHEKUKU, W. VA.
(Rnteicd at the Frctcfflce r.t Whe? lluy, W. Va.,u
tPtnti^-rlwyn mutter.)
ib
UUEELINO, W. VA , MttCKttUlSIl 88,1880.
WhMt the iJrguii Ujllur Uuei>,
wetk'a shipments of gold to England
are a recognition of the silver danger
and the indication that shrewd capitalists
have little hope that Congress will mend
matters. The New York Tribune says that
early last year, when trouble was feared
from the eupeilluous silver dollar, "many
bought sterling exchango, or sent gold
abroad, and among them were some 01 toe
most Minacious Democratic capitalists,"
one of those capitalists being no less a
person than Air. Tilden, who sent over and
afterwards brought back a round million.
it is significant that the first effect of
the new Congress on the finance is to
drive gold out of the country, and while
this is occurring we may be sure that more
gold is being deposited in the stockings
savings banks and other household depositories.
The people have so soon
reached the conclusion that Congress will
do nothing about silver, that hope already
borrows disappointment from the session,
and gold ia leaving to the inferior dollar
the field which they cannot both occupy
on oven terms.
Of the Congressmen who oppose suspension
of the silver dollar coinage, tome
have alrcady'dteiared through tho public
prints ll-'fil tno mver uuiiur 10 mo
man's dollar, ai.d that the effort to stop
piling up that dollar id part of the relentless
warfuro which the rich wage upon the
poor. Half a century ago Daniel Webster
said that the very man of all others who
has the'deepest interest in a good currency,
who suffers most by a depredated currency
and cuddcn charges of prices, is
the man who earns his daily bread by his
daily toil. And Mr. Webster denounced
as the enemy to his whole country, to be
marked especially ns 4,ili9 poor man's
curse," whoevc r sought to aray one class
against another on the question of a sound
and stable currency.
The wage-earner may be sure that the
further opart gold and silver go the more
certainty theie is that he will be paid for
hiB toil in the inferior medium.
A Wliate of Good Thing*.
Mr. James Kussell Lowell, in his address
at tho opening of the now Chelsea
Public Library, eaid that tho men of three
centuries ago, whose scholarship wo are
apt to wonder at, were blest with fewer'
books than we, and what they read was
Utf-best. "They lunched with Plutarch
and supped with I'lato"?and, we may
suppose, though Mr. Lowell does not offer
himself as authority, were not tlaycd or
liauged if they happened not to have read
Mr. ileniy James's latest novel so cloeely
as to bo able to analyze his most complex
characters. I
The too-muchness of our reading is one
of tho ovil things of our time. Starting
in the world with no "book learning"
whatever, we aim to go back and catch up
with all that is classic in all languages, to
be familjhr with all that is cf later origin,
and to keep up with the enormous growth
of a publishers' reservoir fed by tliliientfl
of every tongue. Wo expect of each other
that what is old and what is now in
art, ?cience, politics, religion and literature
shall bu ever on tap, to be sorved in
approved style when oidered.
We have got as far &s posnible away
from tho idea of a few good books well
read. The man of one book, always to bo
feared, is rarely found in these duys, unle*F8
ho be some monument of antiquity
who finds the Bible good enough for him,
and has never troubled himself to read bo
much us one book proving his Book untrue.
Those of us who read books at all
read eo much that we .have little time to
assimilato aud digest.
Southoy had been giving "a cortain
litorary Quaker lady" an idea of his daily
routino of labor?how ho roee at five, from
Bix to eight read Spanish, then French
for an hour; two hours to poetry; two
liourd to writing prcse; and more of the
same kind till ho read and wrote himself
into bed again. "And, pray, when dost
thou think, friend?" aakud the Quaker ol
the Laureate.
To gut tho boat out o( reading theie
ought to be a good system honestly pursued,
which will bo no less a pleasure because
it is also a protit. But if one aims
to keep up with everything that is published
on every topic and in every department
of literature, he must understand
that he can have no thorough acquaintance
with anything, and is not likely to
llnd increasing comfort in the companionship
of his hooks. Jtead?think,?otherwise
reading is almost iu vain, for nothing
remains but acattcrod particles huving no
relation to each other and rarely at command
even when very little would be a
Godsend.
A WcitkosM for Ulftmond*.
Tabor, who paid an onormous sum of
money for a B&at iu the United States Senato
for thirty days, that he might be
marked for Ufo witu the,uranu 01 an exSenator,
has abandoned his intellecutial
struggle with $2o0 night shirts.and isdevoting
his talents to the adorment of his
person with diamonds.
Tabor does not go it quite so strong as
the late Mrs. Mary Jano Morgan, who had
half a million in diamonds and fiomotimes
were a hundred thousand dollars worth.
Tabor wears thirty thousand dollars worth
of diamonds, in his shirt front, in hiscufls,
in his collar, on hisflngers, wherever a dinmond
can be placed to pnblic advantage.
Beforo he retires he unharnesses himself
and hands over his precious jewels to be kept
at tho risk of the hotel; and before he can
see company in tho' morning he has to
send for his diamonds and put himaolf to*
gether. A newspaper recontly told of a
woman who had her teeth filled with diamonds,
gold being too common for her.
Tabor has his head filled with diamonds.
Men of the Tabor kind have their use
in the world. Among other things they
stimulate the diamond production; they
eel an awful example; they show what
fools some mortals be; they entertain,
like the trirk mtilo in the circus. They
have other uses, but the world is slow to
find them out.
Th?j Might Do WurMi
Buckhannon Buty Hte.
Those who want a reliable, wide-awake
city paper cculd not do better than subscribe
for the l.ntkllkiknckk.
It UuromFMt.
Wat Union Herald.
The Intkllioknckk is one of the besl
papers in the State and probably has f
larger circulation than any other papei
published in West Virginia,
Tho War Coins* Up to tba Manifesto.
llanock County Courier.
The Wheeling Ixtklliobmcke is thi
beat paper, without doubt, printed in thii
region of country. We endorse over]
word in its proclamation.
The MlmlU8 Link.
Martin/burg Herald.
Those who desire to keep well poatec
on tho news and politics of this State
should take the Wheeling Intki.uuknckh
Tuk Iktilligbncjsr in the leading dailj
between the East and West, and iB alwayi
bright and newsy.
Contldarad aa a ailaalonary,
Brooke County Local.
In politics and all other matters yot
know where to find the Intklliqkxcir
battling for the rights of humauitv, "wit!
malice toward none and charity for all.'
The Lntbllioknckh iu folly abreast o
the current intelligent journaiiam, is edit
ed with signal ability, gotten up typo
graphically in an artiatic manner and it
i... ' niinntatinnaKIn *A
kUU ucail U11U nutII, uuijuiMnvui.i/1^! ?
West Virginia Republicanism. and as sucl
should be read by all Republicans wh<
desire to keep poated on the Slate and Na
tional policy of our party and by all Dem
ocrats lor the same reason that sinneri
should attend church, viz: that they ma]
be converted from the evil of their waye
TIJKAOK 1IUYCOTT,
A DrtUnl Protent iMid Deel*rAtion of Ind?
p?nd<mce from a Texan.
The following was printed in the Hous
ton, Texas, Age:
Houston, T*x , Dec. 1,1885.
William D. Cleveland.
Your attention is called.to the boycot
now being carried on by the Knights o
Labor of this city against the Evening Aye
An advertisement of vour business ap
pDillD 1U kilBW iUU BIS UlUOt i?
spectfully requested to discontinue sau
advertisement. If it is not discontinue*
before Friday, December 4, 1885, we wil
understand that yon do not care for thi
patronage of organized labor.
Very respectfully,
COMMITTKB ON BOTCOTT.
Mr. Cleveland replies as follows in thi
Age:
inferring to the above, 1 beg to sai
that while I have always been a friend o
those members of the Knights of Labo
who aro real workingmen, and they hav<
my sincere f-ymp&tny in any legitimati
and well directed effort, individual' o
oiganized, to better their condition, I an
not qnito prepared to admit their right
or that of anyone else, to manage my owi
business, and therefore I shall advertis<
in the Aye or auy other paper as long w
I please. As for the implied threat o
boycott, I have this to say. 1 believi
that the great majority of business mei
in our community and State have onougl
souse of justice, manhood and indepen
dence to resist aud deiy such unwarrant
able interference in tueir business rela
tions, that therefore no practical or per
manent result will come of this, iiu
should this matter ever come to a seriout
issue I for one would prefer pulling u|
stakes and transfer my business and occu
pation to some other place or retiro fron
business altogether, rather than becouu
the slave of any man or set of men. I maj
be permitted to Bay, without boasting, thai
during the last twenty odd years Hiavi
worked and dono business in this coin
inuuity, I have accomplished something
I directly and indirectly'towards briuxint
work and wages to our laboring people,
and if it comes to the worst I can stand *
test about us well aa they can. Therefore
the -<40* will please coutinue my advertisement
for a while yet, and in taking
this position I believe 1 am performing a
duty to the community as well &s to
myself. William i>. Cleveland.
A VVAII INCIDENT.
How Mark Twalu >uced Grant la tha
Awful Day* of Ulood Hyllltnff.
Tho Now York Sun calls attention to
the curious fact that Mark Twain's article,
in the December Century, entitled, "The
Private History of a Campaign that
Failed," is, by an odd coincidence, a contemporaneous
supplement to chapter 18
in the first volume, just printed, of General
Grant's memoirs. It appears that
the only time that General Grant woe
really scared was when he bad to meet
the little army in which his future publisher
was a private. At Palmyra, Grant,
then a Colonel, was ordered to movti
against Col. Thomas Harris, who was said
to be encamped at the little town oi
Florida, some twenty-five miles away. In
his memoirs General Grant tells how his
heart kept getting higher and higher as
he approached the enemy, until ne felt
it in his throat, but when ho reached a
noint where ha exoerUul to me them
and found they bad lied, bis heart resumed
its place. Mark Twain wis one of tho
"enemy," and that be and his follow-tol*
diera were equally frightened appears in
bis frank confession in the December
Century. The difference between the two
soldiers was that Mark Twain was thrown
into such trepidation that he then and
there abandoned forever the profession of
arms, whereas General Grant made on
that occasion the discovery that the t nemy
was as mncb afraid of him as he had been
of them. "This," says General Grant,
"was a view of the question I had never
taken before, but it was one I never forgot
afterwards. From that event to the
close of tho war, I never experienced trepidation
upon confronting an enemy,
though I always felt more or less anxiety."
ChrUtmM Karaite.
Tuv SiJUngi.
"What are you going to buy your wife
for a Christmas present7" Asked GusDe
Smith of Judge l'eterby.
"I'm thinking of geting her a piano."
i "Can she play?"
"No. of course not. Do you think I'd
be such a fool as to buy her a piano if she
could play?"
ggUOUxl,
GERManreMEDY
wmm.
Backache, Ifeadaelir, Toothache,
Nprnlna, IlruUra, rip., etc.
Prlc<s Hil]T Ceats. At Druggtata and Dealer*.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Sole Proprietor*
IULTIMOCE, MAWTUND. U.B.A. '
Spcctal gottxt*.
*IT8i-AU F1U stopped free by Dr. Kline'a Great
Norre Restorer. No F1U after flrat day'a uae. Marreloua
caroa. Trcatlae and F2 00 trial toltlo free to
Fltcaaee. Bond toDr.KUne.Ml ArohSt,Phlla.,P*.
&0H*KWFAV
gettjr &avtvUstmttit*.
OR RENT?MY DWELLING. 31 8.
Frout bL, from April lit. B. II. HILIiRETH.
<1028
WANTED?BOYS WITH $10 00 SECURITY
to act ? New* Agent* on II. Jt O.
K. it. Apply to t'nlon News Co.. B. ? O. Depot.
dcM
gTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
i Tho annual meeting of tho stockholder* o! tho
Wheeling Ji Belmont Bridge Company will be held
at tbe office of tho Company ou Monday, tho 11th
dav of January, littrf tetween tho hoars of 2 and
4 o'clock r. u., for the election ol nluo managera
to terre for tbe ouaulng jeu'.
JOS. LAWSON, Fec'r.
Whkemnq, w. va., Dec. ia, 1836. dc28
, QUK MUFFLEK AND
' llnudkercliier Departments
Are agtln full, containing many new and dealra*
f ble itylea.
D. GUNDLING & CO.,
J 30 Twelfth Street
! X> EGULAK TUESDAY PAUKET FOB
' X? Parkenburg, Poineroy, GallipolU, , fE? n
I roil ton, llnntlngton,Portsmouth,Mayi- J?Sjj???
-hi- and Lnnuviile.
elegant puscngcr steamer
ANDES....... -.Cha*. Muhuman, Com'r,
Mabt P. Noll, Clerk,
will leave for above poln'i on Tuesday, December
> sy. a? 3o'clock r u. Pamcngersand freight receipted
through to all points Went aud Bouth.
t For freight or paasigo apply on board or to
j de'28 FRANK BOOTH. Agent
Manhood Restorpd
RnuuvFaar?AvlctlmofyonthfuTlraprodsnoe
. touting I*r?nwturo Dec*/. Nervous DobilUr. Lost
ilnnhood. Ac,,tried in vain ererr known
J nraad/.hftt discovered a jrimple Biuiof self-oure,
. which he will elnd FRKB to bis fellow-euffereri.
) Address. J. U.REJ2 VES, 43 Chatham St.,New York.
d028-MWFAW
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FOR 1880
9
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STANTON & DAVENPORT'S,
d.C? 1801 MARKKr STREET.
VniiiAni A book or 101 pages The
NEWSPAPER best book for au adverAlr^mrB1ltl?r
to consult, be he
}/lniVril?rir?iaiA experienced or otherXlDVLnTlolrlG
wise. ItcontalnalbUof
^ ^ ? newspaper* and istimates
of the cum of advertising. The advertiser
l who wants to spend one dollar, flu da in It the In
formation he require*, whilo for htm who will InI
vest one hundred thousand dollars in advertising,
a fch'-mj Is indicated which will meet hla every
requirement, or can be made to do so by alight
" changes easily arrived at by correspondence One
- hundred and fifty-three oiulona have been issued.
1 Bent, post-paid, to any addresi for 10 cents. Apply
j tn GEO. V KOW'Klili A CO., NEWSPAPER AD?
VKRTteJKU HUREAU, 10 Hpruce St. (Printing
1 Mouwe rquare), New York. de28
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3 -OF'
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I UUKUMlLUKtN
WHEN TEETHING.
A SURE CUBE,
x, A-Tja-nxjiasr's
Infant Cordial!
Soltens the (Jnnis, Allays Pain, Reduces
Inflammation, Controls the Bowels,
Ciiringllj-8cntcrf,l?larrlitt)?, Flatulence,
IVI nil Colic, Ac., Ac.
JWThls Preparation Is Guaranteed.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGI8T8.
LAUGHLIN BROS. & CO,,
;i'UOPItIETOKM,
11208 Main St? Wheeling, W. Va.
noHrrhAa _
FOB HE3STT-'
i The entire new bonding on tho Opera House
coruer, known as tho Koilly Hlock, ?xreot tho cor?
, ner room now occupied by Christian Hchuepf m a
druK store Tho house is now nearly completed i
1 and ready for Inspection.
I TI-- - -? nlmolunnl mnminn t>in mrnnil anrl I
' third storlea, fronting on Market and Fourteenth
atrceta The fourth utorv is a hall extending over
, tho whole building. All of the rooms are well
ventilated an-1 lighted with plate glass windows.
There ia also a large b? eraent rtom tultable for
almost any kind of biuiueu, and one tlno tort
room fronting on Market street. Lower floora
I paved with ornamental tile.
Rent* will be reasonable. Apply at on^ to.
at. KK1LLY,
df?4 So*. 1800 & 1311 Main St. vn heeling.
num;
: M)
OOWwreWK.
ha Kt liable lUraiklf >or LiwrOmplaiuuaHl ilUoatuol
by ilrtmrril or t<>r|>i>l condition of tli? Litct. u Dt?twtMta,
c'ou?tipatii>n, BiUonwiaw. Jaiimlicn, llcadac&a.
Malaria. Hhi?uni?t??m.i>tc. It mtaiataathrbowvla.parl*
An the hl?n>l, tri>nrth?na Ihn tr?l?m, dlmtUn. '
AN IWViLUABLB FAMILY MKDIUINX.
Thousondaofteatlmonlole prove Its merit.
4WT nwt'nrtf T W1I I TTI t vn rrn nrr?rr?TtOM.
TBAYKLKIW QUIDS.
Arrival and departure of
TRAINS?Explanation or Rkpuingi Mabkb. '
MJail^i ftiunday excepted. JMonday excepted.?
Depart. Arrive. ,
B. * O. B. R.?East.
Express- ' 0:40am *10:25am
Kxpnsw .. .. .... 5:25pa* 8:80pm
Cumberland Acoom ? 8:15 am 4:85 pm A
Uannington Accom 4:00 pm 8:40 am
Houndsvllle Accom 11:86 am 1:20 pm
WOT.
Expren (Chicago and Col) 9:25am 4:55a m ,
Kxpren(Chicagoand Col) 7:35 pm * 7:80 am
Expre?(Chicago and Col)...... *10:80 pm * 6:23 pm
Zancjvllio Accom 8:40 p m 10:45 a m
W., P. * B. D?v.
Washington and Pittiburgh... 6:06 am 9:25 am
Washington and Pittsburgh... 7:35 a m tlltfO a ra
Washington and Pittsburgh... 6:25p m t 6:20 pm
Washington and Pittsburgh... 1:05 pm *10.-25 pm t
Washington.....^ f 4:45pm 7:20am
p.. ?. * St. Im By.-EAXT.
Plttoburgh - 17:25 am t 6:66 pm
Pittsburgh and New York 11:20 pm f 8:85 pm ,
Plttsborgh and New York._.. i 4:10 pm f 11:66 a m
WOT.
Fxpre*. On. and St Louis.... 17:26 ant 7:06 a m
Rxpreaa, Cln. and fit. Louis.... t 8:40 pm \ 6:66 pm <
hxprea, SteubenvllJe A Col., f 1:20pm t 8:86 pm
Skiuberivlllo au?1 Dwinlaon... 14:10 pa ?......
O. A P. B. B,
Pittsburun A Cleveland......... 5:17an f>:88pm t
Steubenville Accommodation w :08am 1:03pm
Pitts.. New York A Chi 10:47am 11:23am
Pittsburgh and New York (:07 pm 5:13pm
Cleveland A Chicago Kx~...... 1:47 p m f 8:20 a m j
Ui,1n? ?. ? n.
BxprcM. Cleveland, K, A W... 12:07 p ra 2:47 prn
Manllon Aocom....... 8:52 pm 10:42 a a
BL Clalrirllle Aooom- 8:22am 8:02am i
BL OlalriYlllo Accom. 1:62 pm 12:57 p m
BL Olalrerllle Aocoiq- 5:17 pm 4:47 pm
Loctl Freight and Aocom 4:87 am 9:22 pm
Ohio Klyor Railroad. j
PuMQger. 7:10 a m *11 :&5 a m
hMBcngor......... 8:Mp m 8:fo pm
rrolghU....^. 8:83am 6:80pm
?f., Z. A (J. Hallroad. 1
Leare Bellalre at 6:40 r. m. for Woodifleld and
Bum.rn.ert aid.
Leave Bollalre at 0:15 a. K. lor Bummcrflcld and 1
Tinmlllo
Arrive at Bellalre 10:10 a. M..and 6:25 f. m.
HEELING & ELM GROVE R R. J
On and alter SUNDAY, Novcmbor 1, isrfs. train*
on the W. A X. Q. R. B. will tun at follow: f
Learo the city at Leave Wheeling Pack at"
5:80 a. m. 1:30 r. *. 6:i0a. u. 4:20 r. x.
7:00 8:80 7:45 ? 0:10 ?
9:00 ' 6:20 " 10:00 " 8:00 A
11:00 " 7:00 ? 12:00 M. 9:40 "
9:00 ? 2 80 f. K.
on ItJHDATB.
Leare Wheeling at S a. and ran ererr nour until
9 r. k.
Leave Wheeling Park at 9 a. and ran ererr J
hoar until 10 P. M.
The "Church train" will leare each termlntu a*
12:10 r. K. C. HIBSCII,
ocffl Superintendent.
<6to. g. jUlftl (c (go.
GEO. E. STIFEL
-& co.BARGAINS
t i. A _ .. .1 r>
in useiui ana Deauuiui
Christmas
Presents!
Read the following list and
select the most appropriate before
the choicest are all gone:
Plush Broom Holders,
Fancy Thermometers,
Hand Mirrors,
Gollar and Guff Boxes,
Work Boxes,
Pocketbooks,
Satchels,
Silk Umbrellas,
Linen Bed Sets,
Table Scarfs,
Tidies,
Table Gloths.Napkinsto match.
California Blankets,
Muffs and Capes,
Mties in Dress Goods,
And many other useful and
beautiful Holiday Gifts.
GEO. E. STIFEL & CO.
1114 MAIN ST.
Market Street Entrance through Geo.
L. Hunt's Confectioner/.
rtril
goolts, Stationers, fee.
HEAOQU AHTE11S
FOB
Holiday
Goods!
Tbe Largest Stock and Greateit Variety of New
sod Klogaut Uooda for halo at price* to suit the
limes.
Tho Ptiblfc are respectfully invltod to call and
examine our atock.
JOS. GRAVES & SON,
deS 26 TWELFTH STREET.
QHRISTMAS CARDS.
Toy and Juvenilis Books, Foelf, Boy'a Own Book,
Qirl'i Own Book, and many others, rocketbooks,
I'linea, Flue Box Papers, Christmas Papers. All
t-beapcr than ever, Paper* and Magazine* by the
tear at publishers' lowest prices
C. II. QIJIMBY,
Bookseller and hewailealcr,
de22 1414 Market Street
A.DVEBT18B ADVERTISE
IDVERTISfc WTH1
DAILY INTELLIGENCER,
ano
1DVKBTIBH
? MAKE MONEY!
1DVXRTBH
1DVKBTIBX WISE
iDVKBTia* DEALERS
ldveetibk ACKNOWLEDGE
MJVEBT1BS Itt,;
? ADVANTAGES
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ARISING
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noM
U5VEBTIBB ADVERTISING
LDVKRTIflK nf THI OOLUMKi Of A
advertise WIDELY CIRCULATED
idvibtibi NEWSPAPER,
BTTHXXB
LDVEBTIBE
? CONTINUED PATRONAGE.
LDVKBTIBK
idvertisk |?-Do not order Printing
? of any character nntll prices
iDvmnsK |uTe bMn obtaIned ,t u,, I
lDV^da,l*intelii(,ENCEB
STEAM JOn PRINTINH
.DVHBTISK [OFFICE.
fcJLLkJLAJlAJLl. '
A LL KINDS OF PLAIN AND FANOT <
ii JOB WORE
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED
AYTKB
DAILY INTELLIGENCER JOB OFVIOI
?. 9 MA H roorlMBtil BMM
(
~NEW~G<
GEO.
Will open and place c
LAD
?TTDSTID
r> : l
spring a.nu
i
This stock.of wearing
sible manner; none but
formly good materials, a
please. The ladies will
cordially invited to call ?
Bf^-This Sale of U;
MARK DOWN SA.
GOODS, &c., advertise
the extremely low prices
rco
VIU.V.
doM
Sc &est*jcfrfl.
"CHAMBER ,
SUITS I
We are showing some
very elegant new styles
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 j
within the reach ol all.
Please call j we shall
be pleased to show you
our goods. Remember
the place,
1117 MAIN STREET. |
FREW & BERTSCHY,
[loll
ggatchcs and SciucUn.
SPiSCIAL SALE
OlAMONDSand WATCHES.
Wo shall offer special inducements In Diamond!
and Watches thin week. Don't make a detection
until you see our low price*. They will surely astonish
you.
?9*14k Solid Gold Case, with Waltbam or Klgln
Movement, S80, and upwards. 10k much lower.
Krorythlng warranted, ut a
IDILLOHSPS, ]
deflS 122^ M*UKKT BTKKKT.
gyttflgists.
BAKE YOUR CAKES
WITH THE IMAHIiMR
e
They will be light and wholotomo. ~
It la prepared only by 1L M. LIST, 1
dc23 Dniwiat. 1010 Main Street. J
gousefunUslitng gawhvratc.
Q W. JOHNSON'S SUNS' CARD.
Call and ne our pricot on Cutler?, Dated Ware, 1
Vaaea, Fire Irons, Ac., before miking purchaaoa.
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS, C1
dcM laio Main street.. w
JJOLLER SKATES! All
the beat make* of
ROLLER SKATES Z
At about one-ball the tuual prlcca, at *
NE9BITT & DRO.'B,
do2ft 1812 Market Htrwt
Jhotogtaphij.
pLUMMER'S ~
Cabinet Photographs at $2 SO Per Dot. ?
Equal to the bat at any price.
a?H 1188 MAIS ST., WHEKMNq. 1
PHOTOGRAPHER. ,
BTDDIO. MM MARKET 8TBKgT. la
QABINET PHOTOGRAPHS,
Only (13 OO For Dozen, 5
IIIUUIXS' OALLERT. j
yBlttlmi made lo gfl Modi ot weather, nog
is so so At
Will pt One Do*en Bflil a*lln FlnUlied on
Cabinet Photographs J
ina don't J0? (ortot It, j<
AT BROWN'S, I
aprt 1223 MARKET STREET, C
9(0. it. Seed*.
X>DS FOI
R. TAY
in sale This Morning his
IES' CAMBRIC AND MUSL
ERW1
?FOR TllK?
Summer Trac
1 apparel was all made to
lock-stitch machines em]
ind will be offered at pri
find it all on our counter
md see it.
nderwear will not interfe:
LE of Ladies' WRAP
id last week. All these
i at which they have beei
R. TAY
?cojcetfea, See.
11^ YOU WANT r
:ine Large Sweet Oranges at 20c a doz. i
00 TO K. J. 8MYTIT3.
]>
Olt IF YOU WANT C.
rbe Finest Florida Oranges Ton Ever Saw J
00 TO K. J. SMYTHU ul
If YOU WAST b.
A FINE SUGAR CORED HAM G
00 10 R. J. SMYTH'S. Jj
la
IP YOU WANT rt
iENUINE MOCHA OB JAVA COFFEE, ?
Fresh Roasted, *
GET IT AT H. J. BMVrH'8. jj
to
IF YOU WANT ?J
Pure New Orleans Molasses
GO TO R. J. SUYTira
of
Try the White Kose Soda Cracker. jjj
X> T ?\TVTT-T m
** *=*? * - ? -* 3 tft
11KA DQU A RTERS, de
de2ft Cox. Market ud Fourteenth Btrceta. jj?
ML. REILLY, 1,1
WHOLESALE
GROCER, I
Pork Packer onS Curcr of the
Celebrated "Bed Bird Hams," ct
ios. 1309 and 1311 Main Street, -
WHEELING, W. VA.
My own Cure of Choice Smoked Meat* received i
Ally direct from my Pork Houko at Manchester. |
The Largest Stock ol
GENERAL GROCERIES
IN THI STATS,
SOLE AGENT IN THIS CITY FOB _!
Romford'* Yeast Powder in Bottles.
McNamara'n "Glory" Tobacco.
McAlpin'a "Onward" Tobacco.
Lottler'a "Silver Coin" Tobacco.
DuPout'i Sporting. Mining and Blasting Powder
Celebrated "Seal Skin" Cigars,'
St. LouIm Flour.
ROYAL PATENT, Bronson'a Beat. Bert in tha
arket. feb5
k-riTTft! V TTTS t
>
A11 Kinds of Nutst
Also, CANDY, cheap and good, at ?J
H. F. BEHREN8*, d
2217 Market Street, or at hit Branch 8toro. 8001 =
icob Btreet. d"28
gANANAS ?
And Grapes.
15 Bunchc* Finest Bananas.
20 Barrels Ma'atja Grapoa.
40 Boxes Florid* Oranges.
AT McMECHEN'8.
Whitman's & Roymer'w Candles. de22
China, (glass and (Qucsuswats.
r AMI'S OF ALL KINDS,
AND AT ALL PBICE8.
WTSee the New Rochester Lamp.
EWING BROS., P
do24 1215 Market 8t, opp. McLure Uooso. ??
1JOLIDAY
GOODS 1 7
A lanro and elegant line of Fancy Goods for R
iriiun&s Presents now ready lor inspection. "
Please call and examine before purohofcinirolso*
hero. JOHN FRIED EL,
da'O HHP Muln Htrwt
Coal. T
Doal! Coal! Coal! opt
oon
P
Wo arc now prepared to furnish tho oelebratod j
BBIDBEPOKT COAI,, ?*
Clean, Mixed and Nut, at loweat caab price*. qqu
Ordcrt by Telephone will receive prompt atten* %\ \
fcMviMF KOEtlNLINR BROS.
I?n
PjOAL. 0,,
J Dii
rile MANCHESTER COAL COMPANY
Jco plcuure In informing their cuitomeni and
o public generally that they have an abundant A/
pply ol tho very beat quality of Clean and Nut
*1, which they will dellvoi at the old prloe: boa
Clean Coal, 7 Cent#.
Nut Coal, ? "
Drier* left at the offloe, corner Market and Foot |
jnth itreeU, will receive prompt attention. w
H. J. ailKTH, BM'r. i1"!
[ otophone 491. ont37 wci
Pictures attrt &ri JUatcrialf.
J AVE YOUR
PortrnttN Framed ?
at oi
tho McLuro House Art Store. Stock and itylea ??
aurpaued. Olvemeacall. f
lelfl F, L. NIOOLL. Agent I
> ADVEKTUEK4 ?Lowest tUtus (or Adfertlalng
In OKI good newirapera tent free. Ad- E
BM uao. 1'. KOW&LL & CO., 10 Bprooe St., N. Y. vl
leJ-Kwraw fa
R 1886. I
LOR
o
. entire new stock of r
IN
I ;
*1
b
* r a r>nn
OT lOOO. ^
*1
d
order in the best pos- .
ployed, and from uni
ces that cannot fail to s
s this morning, and are S
re in anv way with our 11
S, SILKS, DRESS ,
goods will continue at j*
i selling.
LOR, j
, .... ai
=================== ji
jgmatce j
JMiUSTEE'S SALE.
by vittoo of ft Deed of Trust nude by Major n
w, Robert Johnson and d. T. Prosser, trustees of
10 African Methodist Episcopal Church of Wheelig
W. Vn., to the u?dt'i>l<uod trustee, dated the
tday of November, I87i?, and recorded in.the lerk'a
ofllce of the County ' ourtof Ohio county,
est VlrRlula, iu DoM of Trui?t Book No 16, page
5.1 will Mrll ni public uuo Ion. at the front door ~
I the Court House in thy city of Wheeling, on "1
SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 18W, J
ginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the following do- ^
iribed rial estate, that ia to Hay: Pait of lot num red
ninety three (tW). situated on toe coat ride nf arket
street, in theaecoud ward of the mid city t
Wheeling, being the southwekt corner of mid I
t frontiug thirty-thro* ftet on Market street and J
inning back of even width with said frontscventy n
et, tocetner with all the buildings thereon and
ie npt)\i:tiiuttuc?i belouglug thereto Uponsa'd f'
irtlon of said lot 1< erected the African Methodiit r!"
pitcopal Church o( Wheeling. W. Va, and said u
led of trust was given tore ure the payment of
10 ceven promissory notes named therein, payable ?
i the order n: George Crura backer; the last throe
which ure over duo and unpaid, principal and I
to rest. j?
Selling as trustee I will convey such title as is
tkted in me by said died of trust. {,
TKHMi OF HALE-One-third, or as much more
tho purchase money as tbe purchaser may eleot ri
pay in c?sh on the day of tale, and the residue "f
two equal installments at nine aud twelve "J
onths from the day of sale, with interest from jV.
id flay; the purchoHor to givo his notes for tho
iferred payments and inteicit with secaiity, to IU
! approved by the tiusteo hereinafter named, and ?!
q title to said property to be retained until the r
itchase money Is paid in full. >
JAM E4 1'. ItOGEUS, Trtufo. **
W. II IIallks, AucUoneer. de2^24 h
(Gontcctlonzxics,
CE CREAM
And Slierliet. j
Eleadquartcra for Ice Cream aud Bhcrbot for S
irlaimaa Dinner, in all flavors, at KZIKUKNFELDKR'S.
to extra charge for Monldlng Cream. de26 j-jf
^EW CROP ;
CALIFORNIA WALNUTS! j
BiTTHB THAN ALL OTHKBa ^
10 Sacks, |ast rccelicil bj j
IsT. SCHULZ, I
i
iol3 1319 Market Rtroet II
gUwliant $aiIo?s.
HOLIDAY GOODS! ?
Uo
MUFFLEBS d
I
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS ??
la
la Eadlesa Varloty. s^,
d
"lios. Hughes & Co., ~
*22 1211 Mwrk^t Ptreet Jfc
sauutlitta JBalucij.
^HEELING BAKEKY CO., I
1288 MARKET 8TEEET, J
Eakcra of every variety of the
ist Bread, Cakes and Crackers. ?
D*ALERS;iN FINK COSFECrlOSKKIEl *
Aik your Groocr for ^
First Premium Broad. *
nn-Cake Flour and Extra Soda Cracker*. ton
jig _ w.
j-ducattgnal.
it. de Ghantal Academy, }
NEAB WHEELING, W. YA. gj
deu
mo
be thirty-eighth year of thla well-known Acad- ger
r, nnder the charge of the Visitation Nona, 000
ins on the first Monday of September next, and x
tlnuea ten months. ~
nplls rcoehed at any time Id the radon.
bono who deairo to place their daughters In an
titution affording exceptional advantages In
way of healthful and delightful location, excnt
board, thorough discipline and Instruction 1a
he hands ol lilo-long teacher?, In every depart- CQP
at of female education, including tho modern ^1?
guagss aud muiio, should send for a catalogue i?
his School. Address, aud
rectreaB of the Academy of the Visitation, b($
Mt. da CUANTAL, Hi
ltt-MW Wear Wheeling, W. Va. {?]
fEDIA (Pa.^ AOADKMY FITS VOR pric
ft. BuilncMor dollcgo. Special Drill tor Backd
Bo?h. Blntfe or double rooms All student! _
rdwflh Principal, 8W1TH1N C. 8HORTL1DGK ?
rvard A.B. and A.M.) ?nU-?wr?w
CUBE FITS! 1
bra I ??y ran I do uot moan moroty to atop thorn for tloD
> and thon h?t? tb?m nrluro xiId. I n??n a radical cut?. y.
>va wd. tbo dlfteaao of WW, KriLKTbY or PALLINO *'
CM E?S ? llWon??to4r. I warrant my rvmody to euro ?
wont cuti. Ilocanio oihoro h.to r?1lod U bo r*a*o> for Bei
now r?c(i?lB? * mho. bond atunoo for 4 tmtUo and Kl
ibutllo or uy Infalllblt romody. Olvo Kirrtu ?ad Pool \'i
?. Ilcooto yoo iiuiUnf tor a trial, and I wlllcoro you, / '
idlra?al>r. It.O. BOOT, 1II f?rl Bt., 10
TANTED?LADIES TO WORK FOR J?
f ui at their own homca. 17 to f.O per week ?
be quietly mide. Mo photo, painting: no
ruling. For lull partfculan, j>l?aao adareu,
ace. Craoent ArtiJo, Boston Mruw.. Bo* M7a ?CONSUMPTION
T
fc*?o * pool tiro r?w?dy lor too ahovo uUmmoi ij In mm
oaando of mm of Uo v<rat kind and of loot aUndlog
obooacurad. tiidood.aoilrna* It ray fallh la It* aBrairy,
IJ wl'I OQBd TWO BOTTUW run*, toiwihor with o VALr _
RUtTRIUTtltlC on Uil( diMMM.to any (UlTorar. Olvo K*- TO
aadr.UMUrm, UlLT. A. tUKVd, Xtl food DO
.amusements.
"OHABLEY MHAY^rICADEMY
QF MUSIC
Wheeling's I'opulnr Family Theatre,
30,065 Academy last week.H' 180,065
tt>tnprlilag tho linen ladles, wnilemcu M(i
lamlllci Iti the city.
A HAPPY SEW YEAR TO VOL ALL.
JmmSSSno } MONDAY, December 28,
Special Xnsflgemont of
Hint Wilson's Electric Sparks!
IN TIIKIR CORNUCOPIA OF U N.
A Company of Refined and ArtUtlc Art'*u in t
oral and Novel KnterUinmcui.
A GREAT METROPOLITAN ALLIANCF.
People'* 1^'dw M?*-Slsht, 15,25, is a?j M
*. ftaUneea. 10,15, 25 andS&tta.
JTixtra MatineoNair Year* Day. AdmlnlM.
(, JO, o9 lull JAI COUU.
SrxciAL Notice?Every la<y atleudlng >-rmkr
ad Saturday matineea and tilghti will rt rt ir, k
pnutltnl New Year*' <'ard ts h h? nv.ni>. , *
minted.
ilf ANTED-TO KENT T\ru~iT7t
T T Three Nice Itoomt. Jos atcd in Second ward
om April lat, ft'.luble lor rcau ami wife ?,j|
row "ft.." thl* ofllnc. ,1, ,,
(General gottos.
?10 WHOM IT WAV COXUKKX
At tho auuual meeting of the Barber Ainhilt
ATing Compaur, 11 b* held at t. ? priuci-ni 0R; e
[ tho ComiMuy. intbc?!ityof osiistigtoti |> r
d Wednesday. tho 20th day of Jtuu-r,, ;..A , o
solution will be oflere t to iuertnie tti mi ni<r
f theahareeel the capital atock of mid comjaujr
> auch an umouat u tho majjiity u. Uu liaieolduib
may detcrmno.
A. L UA1U1EB, Pr.Meut.
I). 0. WICK1I Secrtlory. .1, ji v
NOTICE.
Punuint to the By-Law* the annual meeting o
10 charter mcmberi cf
Tlie Ohio Valley Protective Union
111 bo held at the ofllce of tho Company oq
UESDAY, January 12, lt>56, at 10 o'clock a. v ,
irthepurpoao of election * lizard of Dirw ior*.
ad the trautaction of such other butlnua w. may
o laid before the mecllug.
I. II. DUVAI., Prcildcnl
WM. C. HAXDLAN. S.iwtarv. .1 , i
got f$*nt.
Rooms fok bent-ik hobh.
brook'a Block. Apply to W. V. Do; *:*
BO., 1800 Market street. ; a
Fob rent?a. dwelling iiuim; i
coil Intuitu four rcomM and kit-bin. Witcr i
nd km. locatcd No. ot'j Maiu Mail- Apply ;j
38 BKI.L A CO. <!*?_
FOR KENT.
i!Y FORMER DWELLING HOUSE,
No. 1516 Main Street,
dw occupied by Jim. Mary L. Rehl. l'<v*??ion
I yen April 1.1N.6. lor terms apply u Kiwtul
?ld. No. 1 m Majket street.
de!8 JOHN UKU'.Sii.
go* jlalc.
HOK SALE-'lUKEE GOOD IlOUsIN
1; out very desirable corner for $i,C0), luuu
Itbout trouble for 1420 a year ?o ?oo?i t?i>rnu.
ppl| to F. Wli ALLY, Agent, M Twelfth ?tm.t
^OR SALE.
Tho largo and cllRlbly situated twaV.ory Fnae
ouso, No. 52 Virginia street, Islaud, seven it/Kn
id bath room, lotaOxl-O. well improved Alw,
ro-siory Frame. So. 1*6 Virginia wmi Lo\ S.i
0, live rooms. l'rlco low and ur.cn very vast,
BtNJ. Mc.Mlv litN.
de?l mwaf '21 VhkIuUmuvi.
j1 0 R 8 A L E?1'HAT DESIRAM.B
[; Property situa'ed on the south siJo of tte
Hlouul Road In Fulton. In this county, on whlth
erected a two-story brick hou<e. now occupied
r George baker as usalaou uud dwelliuk' hou>.:
so, a large (table, winch will contain twenty tire
tulrty homes: aUo, two ouo story Urlck houM
i the west side with ccllars under c*':h. iMtit
io of the most dcalrable slaudi on Ibe Nation:
>ad. 'lories favorable. Enquire of Lewis t'rth.
Fulton, or G. L. Cronmor, iso C<? Twelfth > ir.it.
ae24 LKWIri 01.'111.
JT0CK8 FOR SALE.
LO Shares Belmont Nail Mill.
15 bbmc* standard lion Works.
8 Share* Tup Mill.
26 Shares Wheeling & Belmont Bridge Co.
LO shares Kim Uro/u Kallroail.
LU Shares Ohio v alloy ban*.
6 Shares Feabody liuuraucc Co.
I. lnWlN. Block Broker,
3e24 No. 21 lwelfth htm.I.
jjALOON FOlt SALE! '
[ offer at private tale the S&loou and Fixture*,
rjuoM, Ac., of Otto's Gambrinua fc'aloou, No. 16*5
nket street.
For particulars Inquire ou the preiaJfc*.
ie22 JOHN K, t'LATOB.
J^OR SALE TO CLOSE A.N ESTATE.
rho following Lots on Wheeling It-lund belong*
i to the eaiat* of the lata Win. McCoy, vis:
Dots No. 66, 67 and 72 on Broadway.
Lota No. 86 and W on "York street.
Lots No. 99,100 aud 101 ou Virginia street.
Lots No. 104,105,110 aud 111 ou Huron s'r.cL
Lots No. 12a, 1U9 and 13V ou Wabash street.
Lot No. 144 on Water street.
LU29 W. V. HOOKA HHP.. 1W1 Vr.i\rtFL |
fOK SALE.
i'he residence of the Into Alexander Isugliiln,
Chaplluo street. This property is ceutiilljloled,
and iu good repair-and will bewld uu limbic
terms. If not s)ld before the middled
uuary it will be for rent. Fo: further in/ormnn
apply to SAMUEL LAl'UULtN.
It22 Aihnmt?'.rntor.
pOR SALE.
L lot of good Second-hand Glazed fcub, twelve
ht windows. Will bo sold cheap. t?u be seta
house on northeast comcr of Twelfth and Loll
seta. J AS. L. HAWLKY,
loll H.O Mitlu puwt.
pOR SALE.
That Elegant Dwelling,
No. 1)3(1 Main Wtreet,
Now occupied by Mrs. Mary E. Bailey.
Inquire ol II. F01UJE8,
,028 No. 7, P. 8. Custom House.
*OR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
My l'laco at Elm Grove,
N acres and thrco Houses. Can be divided Into
oe (moll places.
^lno a lot ol Jeney Cowa. H. F0B8E3,
c2? No. 7 Custom Hone.
^OR SALE.
altfable Bcal Estate on N. E. cornfr Twenty
rth and Market Btrouto, In tho City ol Whwllnfi
Va. Lotl22foctbyGC /oct; now occuplid Ij
. Ellilrltx m a wagon and blacksmith ahon.
W. V. HOUK \ UKO
fll laup Mnrhft "r.ft.
rERY DESIRABLE BUILDING
8ITE FOR 8AI.Kwill
tell at a reasonable price and U|*o:i <**7
na, tho property at tho southeast corner of a
and Twentieth struct*, best known ? then-M*
ice of tho late Capt Hamuel Mason. U i? Innately
oi>po?.lt? the contemplated new i-.in-l-ii*
Depot of tho IJ & o. It. K. Coral*")'. and
ttquenlly desirable for business piiriuit*.
, . T1I03.O'BltlKN, A wot.
alophonw 475. >^L.
got Salt ft ml got jtUnt.^
FOR 8ALK.
3t No. 208, east end of Sixteenth street. no? **
led by Iout butcher* nan fclaughtcrim: v "
inost oonvenlont aud centrally located
iou?e In tho city.
welling Houaoa numberod 18 Eighteenth ?trc<i.
1803 Cbapllne street. Both homes cau i*.
tht for 11,700.
sven Boomed Dwelling. No. 1815 Jacob ^rwt.
iveu Boomed Dwelling, No. lliw Knil ?tn-:
mr Boome<l Dwelling, No. I&l NiueUw nth ????.
iro Boomed Dwelling, No. 740X Market sinew
e 11,500.
FOB BUNT.
linens Ilotuo No. 1427 Main tirect, ??<! >?Houthitreet.
, Mlrabcn Block, BuiIucm Houses So.
Market itrocl.
a. 930 fciarket street, partly furnished.
0. 92 Sixteenth struct, nine rooms.
any other small houses too uuiaorou* to Ben
it further Information enquire of , t.
. ^ J AMIS a. hknhv
il Kitate Ajient, Collw tor and .Notary ^
atarjr Commission fl!c<l Iti 1'enMoii '
mchcrs Certitlod, Dopoaltlons taken?" ? ?' *!
rl'onslon, Deeds. Uhmw, Agreement! mi''
ritton Instruments prepared. OiUcu >< 'w
srkot Htrwt
genttsts.
EETH EXTRACTED
Without Pain!
Gold 1.1 n(yl l'litia.
GEO. 0. 11ILL1GAN, IJontiot,
1.phonu No, 406, ?0.11U Miirlil blrvcl.
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