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THE INTELLIGENCER.
FCUJtfiVD LAXLY AND W1&KLT,
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nonmom.
Ho. >5 and *7 rotirt???ntb BUmI.
OoeCopjXntt Year ? ooiThree McraUu Of 00
*ix Mou'hi 4 oo|oae MtmUi 05
lit Uvend by Carrion la dty, 10a per week.
8E9II* WEEKLY INTELLIGENCES
Published WHlnwdar* and Saturday*.
One Year 0? gO|?lz Month* 01 >0
THE WECKLY-IMTEIXIOEEOEE.
Pnbllthod Thumdaya
One You 01 00|aix Month*. 05
G n.+i redaction to Claba Bend lor sample oopy
end rircu'Am. iddra*v.
KCW, OAMP1IKLL * BABT,
Whittling. W. Va,
at the Pustoffloe at Wheeling, W. Va.,aa
Mcond-cla* matter. 1
AIYEHTIflU HEPijBllGAHS.
Call for a Stale Conentlon of Republican
Hubs to Form a State League.
w. Vi , Jin. 7, IMS.
To the UqntbUcani oj Wat VirptnUt
By authority vr*ted in rre u Vice lTe?idj>nt of
thf National Republican League lor Wert Virgin la,
I hereby call a Convf ntion ol Clubs to be held at
the Opera Iloute, w heeling, on
1-Rllllt,'?.nv IS & 10, 1888.
The purpose ol thl* meeting It for tho organlxatlon
o( a .-uuj League to act In harmony with the
Katlonal League. Kach Club la entitled to five
doW-gatei, and to cart one vote In (be Convention.
The member* ol the Congrenlonal and 8tato
Committeesar.d tho Chairman and Secretary of
each County Committee are expected to attend.
All editors of new?papeza oppneed to a continuation
of tho Dcmecratlu administration are cordially
Invited.
Reduced f?rcs on railroads will be giT8n to those
attending the Convention.
Organize Clubs at once throughout the ;8tate,
and appoint delegates.
QKOBQK M. BOWERS,
\ )rc rn-n ii-iu nmi-'i'm un....u .v. ?
WHiSKMNfl, W. VA., JVNUAUY 10, 1888.
Newfpwpvra nod UnuKlnga.
The Intelligencer published yesterday
in its telegraph columns a synopsis of the
report of the New York Legislative commit.iicn,
in which it was recommended
that tho hanging be abolished and that
clepiricity be oubatituted therefor as the
method of executing criminals. In their
report tho commissioners recommend also
that newspapers bo prohibited from publiihimj
reports of executions.
Ia the abstract, we eae no objection to
tin enactm&nt of such a itw. It is true
that the newspaper accounts of hangings
are, in many instances, demoralizing and
even disgusting, and the minds and morals
of tbe readers often ooffer by seeing the
criminal treated by the press aa a hero or
martyr rather than aa a brnto deserving of
an ignominious death. It is ofton the
*caae that too much space is devoted to the
daily lives of condemned men fur weeks
and montha before the execution. Every
movement and utterance made by them
is noted and dished up by enterprising reporters;
while interviews apt to create
sympathy for them, are published with
censational head lines. The result is that
the criminal soon ccmestoba looked upon
as a sort of hero, and is often surprised
Iiunao;! :o uua man no una gruwu w uo
peraouago of vary great importance. He
ia visited in bis cull by susceptible and
soft hearted women, is the recipient of
bympathirlng ireseeges, flowers, dainty
edibles, aud other attentions that iaopire
in him a kind of prido in hie pooition;
while tho minda of the susceptible yoath
aro imbued with tho idea that the murderer'a
lot is not bo nnhappy aftor all.
?nt while these evils are necessary outgrowths
of too much attention to these
matters by tho newspapers, the law prohibiting
them from such publications
should bo a discriminating one. Bays an
exchange: "It would be better for everybody
concerned if newspapers gave but a
bare announcement of the execution of
ordinary murderers, but when a murder
ia really an important hittorical event it is
as absorb to condonse to a mere announcement
the expiation of the crime as the account
of the crime itself. To make a
raystory of an execution like that of Guiteau,
for oxample, or of the Ohicago Anarchists
is a proceeding too much In the
line of a dcepotic Government to be ac*
cepUblo here: It is not very easy to see
by what means a discrimination could be
enforced; but some discrimination there
Burely ought to be."
' 111- ..1 1 1 1L
i?ettSpapers euouiu uo cuucawio ui iuo
peoplo and not their demoralizers. The
publication of tho details oi the execution
ol a ctiminal, Than neoeeeary, ehoald be
confined to tho facts, which are usually
terrible enough, and anything like gush,
or surrounding circumstances that tend to
mako n hero ol the murderer, should, in
the interest ol public morals, be carefully
avoided.'
A Jluielj tiuggvsttuii,
A complicated business and eocial sensation
is just now Inrniahing food for the
gossips ol Wail street and Filth avenue in
New York. The matter grows oat ol the
death, or tuppoaed death, ol Oharlea D.
Keep, millionaire broker, and editor ol the
ll'ali Html iVrro, which occurred on the
12th ol last June.
Now cornea a woman calling heraell
Mrs. Mary T. Keep, who claims to be the
lawlul wile or widow ol the depprted
brokor, and applies lor the exhumation ol
the body burled aa that ol Keep, and allegso
that her husband is not dead; that
he is simulating dsath lor purposes best
known to himeell, and that tho corpse
resting in Cavalry cemetery ie a bogus 1
one. i
In support ol her application Mrs. Keep :
has mide an itlidavit in which ahe do- c
clans that "when it was rumored that J
Kals'.on, the California banker, had com- ,
milled suicide, Keep declared that he ,
would not commit eaicide; that, in a Uke I
contingency, he would conspire with csr- '
tain physicians and feign death; that
while the fraudulent funeral was in progress
he would elite, his eecapo and take
up his residence in the Thousand Islands
or elsewhere."
She declares that in 1873 they "mutually
made wills in each other's favor, and sub
BCqai-nuy, waen sua ouuwtuu una 10
mond hit dtoolnte lite, h? but her and
declared thiit ho would defraud her, 'living
er dead,' ct her la* ful cetate; that hia aliened
will of 1831 U fraudulent; that Jila
bnalnera in Exchange place, New York, it
till conducted aa though he were a lire,
and that Keep's employee therein have
defrauded and aaaanitod the deponent;
that eiie la entitled to hla-eetate, and to
prove up her claim mutt have evidence ol
Keep'e death."
All thia bar, very naturally, created a
profound aenaation, and aome in greeting
4' ?Ltralopmints
in being looked for. The b
ipperaociety circles are Interested for the J
euon that another woman than the one ,
aaking these strange ailegatlona waa recignlxed
by Keep aa his wife, and ontil J
ecently no one dreamed that anob a per- ?
on aa tbe claimant waa In existence. II
it turns oat that "Hit. Keep's" story
a true and that the millionaire la really ?
sinning death, it Involvee a raloable sag- l
[tstlon to trasted bank cashiers and other
ifflcers who contemplate "akJpplng by the t
Jght of the moon," after defrauding de- 9
poaitora or employers of untold thonaanda;
jr to gay deceivers who desire to rid j
themselves of avenging angels In the per- a
sons of the women scorned. They need i
not fly to Canada, or commit auiclde, or '
bee the accruers, aa some do, denoTwitnc*
nnnn thair ability to boy ?
courts and juries and clear themselves.
They can just Us down
and die and be buried by proxy. With
them will be burled their faults and frailties.
Fnenda and creditor! will mourn
(or low days and forget them. In the
anppoaed presence ot death the Tell of
cbarlty will be drawn over their mladeeda.
Tbe proxy corpie, made of wax, perhapn,
will be burled, and guahing obltuariea will
be published in tbe papers. Meantime,
tbe lamented deceiver may be living in
perfect security in other climes, or even
In his own country. His rest will not be
disturbed by fears that the blood-hounds
of the law are searching for him. The
sheriff and bis depntiss will give him no
thought. Their faith in tbe certainty that
death baa wiped out all scores, will cause
them to turn their attention to the living,
and tbe dead man, if the expression may
be allowed, will be left to live in peace.
TI1K CO.NVKNT TKOUULB.
If the Uraallne Property is Sold Superior 8L
Gertrude'* Mother will ISoj It,
| PitUbvrvK Tima.
It was stated on excsllent authority yesterday
afternoon tbat tbo tTrsuIlne Acadproperty
would not pus out of the
possession of tbe Ursulins Order. It la
understood tbat should a sale be made tbe
wnnld ba Mrfl. Bnrna. the
mother of Mother Superior St. Gertrude.
Mra. Burns Btill retalna a half intereet in
the great Burns publishing house of London
and has ample means to satify the
claims of Madome Alphonse and other
disse ntors. Tho gentleman who made fhe
preceding statement also eaid:
"Bishop Phelan has only acted in this
matter as he was directed from Romei
One of the rules of tho Uraulines is that
no one of their number shall fill the position
of Mother Superior more than two
consecutive terms. Two years ago Bishop
Piielan was instructed to order a new election,
because the rules had been broken
by the repeated re-election of Madame
Alphonse. He deferred action until last
fall and then very reluctantly ordered another
election, at which Ohoir and Lav
Sisters were requested to vote, and Madame
8t. Gertrude was elected.
"It has been said that a majority of the
Ghoir Nuns favor Madame Alphonse.
| This is not the case. Tho majority are neutral
in this dispute. Recently, a commitI
tee of gentlemen interested in the wolfare
of the school visited the dissenters, Mesdames
Alphonee, Emanuel and Gonzague,
aud asked them how much they would
t#ke and withdraw. They would not
agree on anything short of a sale of the
institution.
"Sister Alphonse is not denied the
privileges accorded to other nuns. She
may remain whc*re she is as long as she
}JiriU>rD| "UU DM 1UU^ n? UUU VHEVI IVU M>?
rules of the community there will bo harmony.
6he is not forced by the action of
tho Bishop or anyone else to leave. It is
her own choice. .She must submit to the
laws of the church or leave the same. The
church has never intended to get possession
of the property. It will always
bolong to tho Urouline Sisters oven should
there be a technical sale. The echool is
more prosperoua than over, and the
standard of the teachcra will alwaya remain
high.
"When tho differences are adjusted a
majority of the Choir Nuns will remain,
and other Ursuline converts will furnish
the necessary reinforcement. The management
of Madame St. Gertrude is very
conservative and gives the parents of pupita
and the public perfect satisfaction."
BREAKFAST UVDUST.
Justice Lamar lunches on hard-boiled
eggs.
Kentucky negroes, it is said, never eat
oysters.
Florida expects to ship 700,000 boxes of
oranges this season.
n.l..U U L... AAA AAA ?
.iSOUUlb UB1U1B Ul UHTD c' <|UW,VW ffUIUi
of manufactories In that city.
"Woman acta where man thinks," eays
a writer. Yea, tbat'a why man ia bald.
The Grand Duke Alexia of Russia has '
been promoted to the rank of admiral.
The Tenneuu Star nomlnatee Sherman
and Gonkhng tor a Presidential ticket.
Flaying leap frog on a toboggan chute 1
would be an exciting winter eport for collegian
a.
Caleb Foote,editor of the 8alem (Mass.)
Gazette, haa been in the-service of that
paper for sixty years.
Mrs. O. L. Lorlllard's villa at St. Anjujtine,
Fia., haa been leased aa a clnb house
by a Philadelphia syndicate.
Cincinnati Republicans who want to see
John Sherman in the White House wfli so
expressed themselves Tuesday.
Mr. Dana discharged a reporter from
the New York Evtning Sun who manufactured
a bogus interview laat week.
Queen Victoria is to recelvs the first
bar of gold taken from the newly dlscovered
Gwynfynydd mine at Dolgelly,
Wales.
Squiidlg?How's Jones this morning?
McSwilligen?Well, I had no hopea of
hia recovery ontil last night, bnt now I
think he will get well.
Eqnlldig?His condition is more favorable,
then, ia It?
McSwllllgon?Yes, the doctors have
given him np.?Pittsburgh Dispatch.
"Our readers will kindly overlook the
mall amount of editorial matter we present
this w6ek," says a Dakota paper.
"The reason of this is that we decided at
tbe hat moment not to publish a columnand-a-half
article which we had written
wit great care on the 'Stability and Permanent
Character of Our City's Growth,'
owing to ths fact that just aa we finished
It the large dry goods store building of
Sopher & Hole fell with a craah, while a
fire broke out and consumed the railroad
depot building, and the high wind carried
iway Colonel Dodger's fins residence.
_i it. i-1- .1 _rr il. n l r?
Ljiow mo kd"'" buu uu uib \xiun xiuuse, 9
ind Captain Jumper hitched a yoke of ?
)zen unto the hind end of the Poetoffice J
sliding and hauled it out two mllee onto
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li claim, where ha will lira in it this
'Inter, we tnut onr nadera will aaa the =
mbarrasaing poaition wa ware placed in \
nd excuse ns." w
Wool if in great danger whan Uncle i
laatna Snowbeil'a apoaae geta after him, '
nd aha lan't a tariff reformer either.? y<
(of Barm .Vntt 1
New York's temptation to nnhollneaa ia '
essened by the removal of six track loada
I Immoral wax at the instigation of the ilthfnl
St. Anthony. 1
The newest thing in moorning is that ?
he girl whom death bereavea of her ac- ?'
epted lover may wear a black ribbon aaa "
estimonlal of her grief. One
of the neatest pieces of wall decora- J
ion we ever heard oi wae that effected by
i man who succeeded in tacking a yacht w
igainst a head wind.?Burlington Free J'
"rat. si
Andrew Lang, the English poet, saya 11
bat there ia not, there haa not been, and
here never will be a scientific standard
if criticism ezctpt.the slow verdict of the (
forld.
The Kentucky Leglslatare proposes to
livide Rowan county and attach the fragnenta
to other counties, in the hope of
areakirg op the lawlesanees that hao ex*
ated there for several years.
Tom Nichol has been reported ae near l
leath's door, bnt he doesn't know it He J
s still able to eat three meals a day and r
i*ork seventeen hours ont of the twenty- I
four. Tom Nichol, like Tom Ochiltree,
proposes to live always.
A Philadelphia paper, referring to the
death of a lady, said she was overtaken by i
fatal attack that ended in death. This *1
seems to be a peculiarity of fatal attacks 1
In Philadelphia.?Chronicle,
Doh't trifle wfth any Throat or Lung ?
Disease. If you have a Cough or Cold, or ii
the children are threatened with Group or 4
Whooping Cough, use Acker's English
Remedy and prevent further trouble. It
ia a positive cure, and we guarantee it. "
Price 10 and 60c. Logan & Co., C. R.
Goetxe, C. Menkemiller, R. B. Burt and
Bowie Broe. ' 6 ii
ft
For weights that are dark commend us 1
to coal scales. J
died.
GLEW?On Toertay, January 17. IMS. at 11:151. (
k , johki'u J . GLKNN, la hl? 27th JCAT.
Funeral from the residence of hla uncle, Michael
Glenn, No. 2852 Market street, on Friday
morning. January 20, at 9 o'clock. Requiem
man at tho Cathedral. Interment at ML Calvary
Cemetery. Friend* lnvltei.
H^BH^OWSs^aiSc ?
R0MBH?"'T0DTHACHE,aag|5c
I
GRA^dest^^ 1
"YnKic e
Modern (V^S^i c
FDRCDNSU^iptid^U ^ 1
s?
GOES DIRECT TQ WEAK 5P0TS.
Don't allow yourself to break. Keep up
Youth, Health, Vigor. As good at 60 yearn as ,
at S3, as pood at 75 as at 4f>. At the first signs 1
of going back begin the a?e of Wells' Health z
Kxxewkr. Rojuvtnates 1 ageing vital forces, causus
the blood to course through the veins
as in youth. For weak men, delicate women. "
Cures Drsperwlo. Drain or Nervous Weaknew,
Kxhawted Vitolitv, Restore* Vigor. $1.00. o
Drug, or Ex. K. S. Wells, Jersey City, X. J. c
Buchu-Paiba. complcto I a
cure, all annoying Kidney, Bladder and J
Urinary diseases, Catarrh of Iiladder, &c. (1.
Druggists K. S. Wellb, Jersey City. H. J. o
BOOTS AND HKOKg.
SPECIAL
SH0E_SALEi
OVER 1,000 PURS, I
II
Bnmnanfo ? Inh I nto ;
IIGIIIIIUIIIO WJ JVU Lull) v
To be Closed Out Regard. p
less of Cost, to Make Room ?
for Spring Goods. P
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L.V. BLOND,:
1135 Main Street. . ?
jaio _
CLOSING OUT SALE ;
winter GOODS I
AT REDUCED FBICES,
For the next .THIRTY DAYS, oa aocoont ol re?
moral to Rogera' Block.
-A- o. wxisraiiER, r
do28 1007 MAIN RTRKKT. xr
XHATELKK8' GUIDE.
A B RIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP
TRAINS?On and alter Nor. 30,1887?Kxniiation
of Rmmxzcca Mi ui. 'Dally. t8unday
xoepted. J Monday exc epted. |3atnrday exepted.
IBnnday only.? caitartttandard time;
B. * O. B. H.-Eamt Depart Arrlre. *
txprcM? *8:40 am *10:66 pa
txpreaa *8:45 pm 10:60 am 1x3
- umbcrlAnd Acocrc ........ 8:S0am 0:50pm
Iralton Acoom 8:46 pm 8:25 am
lonndnrUle Aooom.. I2:0ipia 1:40pm
mm.
Crpreaa (Chicagoand Ool) *9:60 am *6:48pm
auoaioExpreaa *1:40 pm *9:50tm
?hlca?o Limited ? *10:00 pni *8:40am
ln1nYr.hu. Innnm ? tin. mm.
Mnclnnati limited... jjil :15 pm 15:00 am ?l_
Jolambui A Cincinnati Kx_... 12:45am |5:00 am
It. ClalrHTlllo Accom ? js:60aia f8:40am
It. (JiairerUle Aocom f2:00 pm tl:45nm
It. 01*1 riTl 11a Annnm. T5:i6rm re;4Smi 10
W^P.?U.DlV; , n>,MPa CI
Taahlnjion and Plttiburgh.^. 6:00 am 9:40 am ?
Vachincton and Pltturmrgh.... 18:10 am H2:45 pm m
vaahlngtonand Pliubunfh.... *7:00pm t6:66pm _
faahtafton and Plttibunli^.. T1:45 pm J 11:10 pm Wl
'"Vyg'-rau u'BTT-" ,,:a0ta r
Ittaburgh mm. t7:85 am t7:00pm jJ
Itlabuifh and New Yort^.. fl:?5pm tl:45 pm 2!
Ittrtronh and Maw Yotk.^? |4:90pm fli:i5am ke
WKi '
txprea, Oln. andflL Loolt t 7:85am f 7:18am **
ixprea.CJln. and 8t Lottie.? f B :06 pm 7:00 pm *>.
txpreet SteobenfUle and OoL f 1:?5 pm f 1:46 pa 2j
tonbenYilla and Djmrlaon?t 4:90 pm. ^
0? to P? 14* B|
lttabnifhand fflertland - 11:10 am 1:88 pm
tenbenTtlle Accommodation, f 9:85 am 8:85 pm 81
Itta., Mew York and Chicago. fU:17 am 11:82am J
rellirllle aooommodation?.. j 6:13 pm l:16pa
ltT?unacM. * Ktob't Hp. M:12?m i:Uta a\
Oil Km A W? B? B.
jpiM, (Jlaraland, 1..adW_ 19:86pmf 8:06pm
[amonAaow 6:00 pm ill :96 am ?.
U QalrtTllleAooaa 8:io am f 9:55 am Uc
LQalrgTllla aooom 10:25 am f 1:85pm _!
I. QallWlllaAOOOm 2:06 pm f 6:85pm ?
L Clainrllle Accom 6:10pm 8:tOpm v
"ZEt&SVSSSzr ?
as aaagss ?
'4:00 pm 8:iflpat "
Wlgi- - Dr
B.Z.4C, Kjkllroad. U
Belial re to Z*nerriiio Through Paaerfer learea yd
ellalieat8:40a. m., arrlTeaat Bollalre at4 p.m.
u, arriTM at Bellalre at 8:30 a. m.
Hummerfleld Accommodation leavei Bellalre at
00 p. m.. arrlvea at Bellalie at 10:45 a. m.
[17HEELING A ELM GROVE R R.- q.
TT On and alter Monday, October 81, 1887,
alna on the Wheeling A Elm Grove Ballroad will
m u follow*:
eare Wheeling:
6:80am,7:00an,Bam. 11:00am, 1;I0pm,8:80 cai
m, 6:20 p m, 7:00p m, 9:00 p a.
rrlre at Wheeling Park:
0:00am,7:36am.9:86am, 11:85 a m,3:06pm,
06 pm, 6:66 p m, 7:85 p m, 9:85 p m.
save Wheeling Park:
6:10am,7:45am, 10:00am. 13:80pm,2:80pm, Oax
20 p m, 8:10 p m, 8:00 p m, 10:00 p m.
rrlre at Wheeling:
B:45 a m. 8:30 a m. 10:8fca m, 1:06 pm, 8:06 pm,
56 p m, 6:45 pm,8:88pm, 10:80 pa. Ala
BO NDAY8?Leave the city at 8:00 am, and ran
err hour until 9:00 pm. Leave Wheeling Park
9:W a a, and run every hour until 10 p a, ex
pt the church train, which will leave the Park
V 46 a a, and otty at 104 pm. O.
9028 O. HIX8CH, Bopi ;
mCW APVKBTISKMBTTS.
T7ANTED?A MIDDLE-AGED HAN. '
r v Fim-clui reference required. 1027 Main 1
net jal?* <
JIT"ANTED?A HU8TLEB?TO 8UOH
r v a man food wages. Good reference reared.
1027 Kiln street jal?*
TOR RENT OR SALE?HOC6E KO.
7 79 South Penn street. Island. Loos lion rery
alrable. Mrs F. P. CAMPHKLl, 2V1 thapline
reet. Centre Wheeling. 1?I9*
[X7ANTED?AN HONEST YOUNG
r T man for a permanent position, with an old
tabllshed firm ss their repn sentatlve in own
ate. oalsry, #70, with incres?e Heferenora
acted. Gay's Manuracrcaitiu Hoon, 32 Reade
reet, N. Y. JalfrTh
NFORMATION WANTED!
any penon having any definite cine to the men
bo shot Officer Glenn on fcunday morning ii relented
to communicate with the undervlgned.
Ii information ol value will be liberally paid fer
id the informsnt will not be ffimt auay. The
Igbtest clue may be ol great value. Address
CONFIDENCE,
Jyl? Lick Box 38. City P. O.
^O-PARTNERBHIP
NOTICE !
We have thit day admitted Mr. R. M. BROWN aa
partner,
THOMAS 1IUOHK3 A 00.
Jawpaet 1,1883. ja!8
pOR THAT COUGH
Jse Syrup of Honey, Tolu, Tar,&c.
It la a pleuant, aafe and ipeedy cure.
Prepared by R. H. LIST,
Jal9 1010 Main afreet
Q8E THE GATE CITY
STONE FILTER.
Bemembor that charcoal haa no chemical effect
n water, and a filler that cannot be aa caailj
leaned aa a pif her or a pall ia aim ply an aocumuitor
and abaorbant of filth and bacteria, and
hould not be uaed. New lot ju?t received.
EWING BR08.,
Jal9 1218 Market St.. oppoaite MoLure Houae.
pOli BALE.
a flnt-clart 8 roomed hooae, with all modern
mprorementa, auliablo for either large or amall
imily. Good location. Flno ahade ireea, grape
rbourand ah rubbery; all that la calculated to
aake a comlortabie home. No. 79 Maryland atreet.
Lt a bargain. 0 0. SMITH,
J *19 12*) Main Street
0ROSS 8E0II0N
PAPER!
Profile Paper,
Parchment Paper,
Bond Paper,
Trade* Llnea. Faber'a Pencili.
At K. L NIOOLL'o ABT 8TOHK,
119 1222 Market Street
f:15. ?TO?NIGHT,? 8:15
CAPITOL IRUSTB:Prof.
O. R. Gleason,
KINO OF II0R3B TAMKBJ,
Will handle and aubdue tho
Wan-Eating Stallion, John Morgan
From Bellalrc, Ohio.
'he moat vlciou* brute over bandied In thli bootlou
of the couutry.
OwIpr to tho rfrkfl taken In handling an animal
if ?o vlcloui a nature the price of admlaalon hai
ecu placed at
ONE DOLLAR.
Jal9
$1,500 JWARD!
A reward of ?l,ooo la offered for the arreat and
odgment In the jail of Ohio county of any one or
nore of the persom engaged In the murderoua uault
upon Police Officer Joseph Glenn on Sunday
doming, January 15,1883.
The above reward to bo paid upon theoonvlctlon
f any one or more of the persons io engaged. In
afomore thau one person ahould ahow bltaa?lf
ntiued to some partof aald reward, or como lutreat
therrtn. the Board^eterre* the right to mako
n equitable apportlonflfeat ol it aa it may aeexn
u?L
Br order of tho Board of Commiaionor* of Ohio
ouuty, W Va.
I Copy teat.) CHARLES 0. W00D9,
jal? clerk of Board.
$1,000JEWARD!
City or WmsLiMa, W. Va., )
January 18,1888. j
A reward of 81,000 it offered for tho arrest and
adgment In tho Jail of Ohio county of any one or
:ore of tho person* engaged in tho murderous a*anlt
upon PoUoe Oflloer Joseph Glonn, of the city
f Wheeling, on 8nuday morning, January 15,
888. The above reward to bo paid npon tho conlotion
and sentence of any ono or more of the
cnons so engage J.
In caso more than one penon shall claim to be
niltled, by reason of being Instrumental In the
ringing about such arrest or other who, to some
art of said reward, or some Interest therein, the
'ity Council of Wheeling reserves the right to doide
without appeal on tbe validity of su:h claim
r claims, and also reset vis tho right to make inch
pportlonment among tho claimants of the said
award as the Council shall (fcem equitable withut
appeal from such apportionment
By order of the Council of the City oI Wheeling,
asted January 17,1888..
a W. 8BABEIQHT,
J*19 Mayor of the City of Wheeling.
FOB RENT.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN,
No. 2601 Woodi street, 3 rooms, 17 00 a month.
No. 2607 Woo3b street, 3 room*. 97 00 a month.
No. 2GC8 Alley /, 19 00 a month.
No. lb Twenty-fourth street, IIS a month.
No. 1037 Market street, store-room and oellar,
25 00 a month.
POi8K3f?ION QIVEH APRIL I.
No. 2340 Main street, with natural gas, 116 06 a
lonth.
No 81 Twenty-sixth streot, 19 00 a month.
No. 21 Thirty-third street, U CO a month.
No. 19 Thirty'third street. 110 00 a month.
No. 1719 Eoff street, 112 00 a month.
No. 130 Fourteenth stieet, flR 00 a month.
No. 85 Blztoenth streot, S3183 a month.
No. 179 Alley IS, 19 00 a month.
No 2838 Main street, 116 66 a month.
No 2620 Main street, formerly a saloon and
Dardltu house, f U 00 a month.
No. 2102 Main street, business house and dwellig,
125 00 a month.
FOIR, SALE.
IS Acre* Land on hUl east from Twenty-ninth
rect and Eofi, distant one milo and a quarter; a
>od framo houne, good cellar and well, and
leadld orchard of apple*. plums, pears and
ilnoe*. suitable for market gsrdoolng. Rents
ptJDQmrinnnin Pjin h? hfliioht H nnnlnrt la
oaed within 80 day Irom date at 12.000. Terms
.200 cash, ha'auce la four cqoal aunoal paycat*.
with Interest payable auuually.
No ?> Fourteenth -tro'i, 8 rooms, ilablo and
ish-room, ground SO feet front
No. 180 and 18: Eighteenth street, a Double Brick,
ouad a half lot; price, tl.coO.
No. 2126 Market street, a large desirable reelnee.
around a full lot, floating oc feet on Marit
street. PrloeW.OCO.
No. 2384, No. 2i3H and No. 2340 Main street, a 10
t cent Investment, mn be bought for 16,000.
Building or manufacturing sito north side of
neteenth street, east of Woods street, tie AO a
rat foot
Lot aouth of Houso No. 2802 Eoff street tl,000.
around 25 feet front east of house Mo. 92 Virala
street 9tt0
12 Acres of Land and a desirable residence at
ech Bottom, valued at 15,600; wlllftxchango /or
y property.
so, 110 Twelfth street; ground a full lot
JAMEtt A.. IIKMHY,
ial Estate Agent U. 8. Pension and Claim At- 1
lorney. Oollcctor and Notary Public. Jal8 |
FHAT CHOIRS NEED.
ANTHEM BOOKS.
aerron's Anthem's of Praise, tl 00; per do*. 19.
rklns' Anthem Harp. 91 2S; per dos 112.
nerlcan Anthem Book. |1 as; per dox. 112. c
Order with Dltson's Imprint f
essler's Sacred Selections, tl tO; per dcz. |18 60, ?
us Deo. Henshaw. fl 00; per dot. |9
ntoral. Palmer * Trowbrldjce. fl 00; per doe. |9. 0
z Laudls. Ernst Leslie tl 00; per dos. V.
wa' responses ana Sentences Kc.; per doz.f7 20. ti
rklns' Easy xntnema. tl 00; per dos |9.
and many others. Please send for lists and
descriptions.
nglng Societies and Clubs need ?
orus Pooka, as Emerson's Chorus Book. fL u
Perkins' Olec and Chorns book. tL
Apograph. Zerrahu. tL
Concert Selections. Emerson, tl. a
Also the Chorusee of tbe Oratorios. (See liBts.) u
itatas (Classic), as Mendelssohn's Christ as, 40 a
cents; Bhelnbenrer's Chrlstoforus, tl; Tbree
Holy Children. Stanford, tl; Pair Meluslna,
Bnlminn. 75 canU: ttrw.k nt (h< Ummhis
Anderton. 55 cents; Battle of the Ham, Zolloer,
M oenta. .
itmtw (SOMlcl. JowpVi Bondtje. Chid wick, ~
II; Roth end Naomi, Damroech, SI; Bebecca.
Hod kin. (eaiy) ? oenta; fether Bradbury, ~
(?aij) 80 oenta. (
o more than a hundred If una, contalninx the K
beat and aweeteat of acred maalo.
Any Book Mailed for Retail Prloe.
OLIVER DIT80N 6 00., Boston. ?
. H. Dneo* <k Oo., M7 Broadway, N, T,
AMBhAW
PEP. K. gTEFJL A CO.
SecondWeek
or thz qriat
SEMI-AJVIVTJAJL.
Hlnnrnnnn Onln
uicdidiibD gmc
Geo.E.Stifel
&c CO.'S.
Our large stock of Remnants
and Odds and Ends is being
rapidly disposed of, but there
are still some of the greatest
bargains ever offered in
Pinch Aofranhan and ninth
i iuuiij nuiiuuiiun unu wiuiii
WRAPS
Of the latest cuts and styles,
and best qualities.
LACE CURTAINS
Odd Curtains sold at one-half
their value, and we offer special
reduction throughout the line.
We also have Curtain Poles
and Fixtures in Ebony, Cherry
and Brass.
Housefurnishing Goods!
t* 1_ i.l _ 1 a. 1
iUWClb, U1C UCbl VdiUC CVCI
offered at 25 cents each.
Table Linens and Napkins,
separate and in sets, at special
prices.
As our stock of these specialties
is limited we invite an
early call.
GeolStiM&Go.
1114 MAIN ST.
1*14
J. R. ItllODKS <St CO.
Remnant
S-A-XjE*
m m^. mm m*.
J, S. RHODES
& CO.
Will commence their Annual
Saloof Hemnants of all kinds
of Dry Goods, Embroideries,
&c. on
Monday, J an. 16.
ladies' and Children's Wraps
at Bargain Prices to close.
J. S. RHODES & GO.
1152 MAIN ST.
Jtl6
EDWARD It, BOSK & CO.
A HAPPY THOUGHT
And a Timely Suggestion.
Ibrlitmaa praeent for a Mother, Wife, Slater or
"rlend, a ritandard or White Bewlni Machine
roaldproro. 8pec 1*1 indnoomenu offered: Erory
fachlne purchased Intended for either a Cbrlatmae
r New Yeari OUt, will be fitted with extra ele- .
antlr flnlihed fancr wood work, without addl*
ioaal expenae to porchaaer.
A TIMELY SUGGESTION:
A oospcKatlon wlahlng to kindly remember
heir pa*tor. a force of clerks or employee dealrlni )
convey their appreciation to an employer or
Lanarer, can not find a more cnltable alft than the ?
iatchleae Callrraph Wrltlnc Machine. We wUl
mitltate onreelree member* of foroee wlihlng to j
ike adrantate of onr Timely Snggeetlon, and do* ^
ate liberally to farther the good cauae.
We oordlally Invite lnapoctlon o! our cooda.
EDWARD L. B08E & CO., *
noil M TWELFTH BTRIKT.
MUSICAL GOODS. "
JTE1NWAY '
Piano For Sale. r
I Cure a rice Second-Hud flteinway A Sou' "
xao, which I offer at a imt bargain.
F. W. B4CUKB,
J*12 1310 Market BtrtaL I
flip. R. TATXOB * CO.?TICIAL AHWOUMCTMMITg. '
SPECIAL
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO.
In order to Close Out the remainder of our
SEAL SKIN SADQUES!
WF WILL OFFER THIS MORNING
One 34 Bust for $135, former pries 175,00.
One 36 Bust for $145, former price 190.00,
One 36 Bust for $185, former price 225.00.
One 38 Bust for $160, former price 200.00.
One 38 Bust for $149, former price 160.00.
Two 36 Bust for $140, former price 160.00.
Bdfc*The Sale of Wraps previously
advertised will continue until all are
sold.
USTIEW
nrkTMM/n nAAnn
orninu uuuuo.
Geo. R, Taylor & Co.
We Open This Morning our NEW AND CHOICE
FRENCH SATINES,
FRERES K0ECHLINS,
In an Endless Variety of Elegant Styles.* Also, our
Spring Importation ol
All-Wool Henrietta Cloths!
AR inrhes wide, at less than value, in all the
New Colors and Shades.
We. would also announce the arrival ol our
New Embroideries I
BED. R. TAYLOR & CD.
Furniture and Carpets!
HELLO! HELLO!
HOUSEKEEPERSI
north,
east,
south:,
And west.
To you, one and all, we offer the Season's greeting and
heartily wish each of you a happy and prosperous NEW YEAR.
TO OUR PATRONS: We return our best thanks lor the
very liberal and increasing support they have afforded us during
the past year, and we rely confidently upon its continuance for
the New Year, as we know that our goods were appreciated.
- t ttr a - _ xt \r n. n 1
iu muse yv?u nKis wui id uuk rATKUKb, we can oniy
say, give us a trial.
FREWMERTSCHY
No, 1117 Main Street.
LOGAN A CO. WHEELING BAKEBY.
logan &.co.'s ONE THOUSAND
Excelsior Baking Powder Poundnof
li a oonrtant Joy In every hooifhold into which it FIIIP AIIIP
enters, became it U pare, wholeeome, and new -LIBIL LUIIM IIII If I
ApMUi00'" rINC rnUII uAlvt
. _ 7 ... Now Iteadj and For Sale bj
B-A.IRiGKA.XlTS w, , ?
^VheelingBakeryCo.
POCKET-BOOKS. 1880 MARKET B IBKET.
TOILET GOODS. Art ronr Qrocer tor P*nc?k? Plonr deli
And PERFUMERIES. JBWKLltr, WATCHES. KTC.
Elegant and Cheap. " ' - - ----- -- - ?
logan&oo.t IVew Groods
Drufjclita, Bridge Corner.
ARRIVING EVERY DAY.
LOG CABIN GOODS! 1G-v CoTTScv-ci
A twy choioelelection of Sterllnc Slim, Onjx
^y -* " Jc* and Antique Bram Table*, Piano Lampt, BUque ,
, and Terra Gotta Omanenta, French Bronxo* and
T- ,A -K-r o_ r-vr^k Hoyal WoiMitar, Doulton, OarUbad, Harlland, B.
LOQ-A1T <5G OO.
Drng*i?l?, Bridg. Corner. , H. DILL0S 4 c0>rg>
deM ocM 1933 Market Btret
HousKruBNisnrso DARDWAEI. FUOTOGRAPHY.
0INDEKELLA. 0ABINET
CookBangc! PHOTOGRAPHS
. atrloUj flnt clan modern Cook Range at ai low ONLY 98 00 PEB DOZEN.
?iiluuUiS GALLERY, .
lull 1813 Market Btraet.
^CTLEBY. ltgAL KaTATK A?KNT8
Ofcll and tee oar line oI - W. V. HOGE h tuo.. I
CABLE CtJTXiERY Real Ettato Amenta, ,
ud ooupare srlOM with othen. BnT ?* "U City Property, Fermi end wild lend. '
010. W. J0BH80HD BOMB, 1500 KABUT STRICT,
noa-ih mo Vain street. dsX WkeeUm, w Ye.
AM US KM ENTH,
OPERA HOuig"
Thursday Evening, January 19,
Grand Testimonial Benefit Entertaianint
TO P1REMAK WM. IlEI.FKIt,
PROGRAMME.
Tktr nur.
Instrumental?Orertu-?
By the Fu'l Opera Mot,*., oirrhiw*
Instrumental?Violin Solo. Prof h s-w,**
Bong?BaUa4...? Mrs. Oeo. B. Ca2iJJ
FAKT OKC321D,
Ina'rumental?Brccltl Hj-imlotu ...
Rt the Fun Ote:? llgtu.
loitrumenta!?Htip rkilo... mi? ami, EX
Bong?Ballad.Yr?. Ncl.i-s iw.5'
with violin oblige tio by Pro! Bete:kt****
Reading?Helect. _.*!??? J mL,.
Inatrum*ntal?Piano rtolo IVf j0,_ St,?'
Sons?Ballad Ml? FloraWlK
Cheatnuta?Original Col JaoobKeSg
arPertoimance comtuencc* at * r. * &rosv
Poallively no rrapcmea ?o cncots.
JACOB KKMPLE, Stage Maa,^
Headqtiartera for tloio's at H. L. Loo?* a^ .
Cigar Btorc, Slarfcot itretL "* 1
Tlnkcta exckann*%b'e I or rrauvid ?*att,
extra charge. on Wedotiday sornlug, ?t >;y
Piumct UiU?*Vi l-MMVOl^ERA
HOUSKT
Friday & Saturday, Januasy 20 & 21.
AND SATURDAY MATISSE.
Rngagement of Amulra't Preltlo*t, Outcit mi
mo?t Yor?fttllefoiihro:t?on thcitaae
tbO llll Jlltrtblo,
PATTI ROSA
Tbo DeHgbt of lb* Children The Pet of
L&dka Tbo Admiration of the M-n.
Friday Evening, January 20, lu Fred ,
luooNifal oomodr, 1
-Z X IP!(By
autboriittlon of Lotta.)
Saturday Matinco. January 21, In her New Cm.
cdy Drama,
LO VE AND DUTY!
Saturday Kyoolog, January 21, In Fred Mandn'i
Master Ocmody,
"BOB1,"
Now and Elaborate "conery. New and Orirtrti
Songs, Daucta, Banjo S)lo?, o'.c.
NIgbt Priocs-Adminioa 75 an J 50 centt ?.
ierT?d>o.t?llO?.
Vatir.ee Prlrei-Admtohn Wend S5ccnti;rt
nerved tteaU 75 ceuu. tioatH on ?&U> m Haujufi
inu-IcHiore, taloto commence Vtedreiday, J?-.
uary 18. HU
OPERA HOUSE.
ONE WKEiCi
Commencing Monday, January 23,
Grand Souvenir MAtlnrcs Wednesday acd fata.
day at 2:80 r. u. w
GEO. A. BAKER'S
BENNETT-MOULT!
Comic Opora Company.
QEOBGE A. BAKEK, Proprietor and
Producing Opera at tlio ptople'a prici,
25 & 35 cts. Reserved Scats 50 ctt,
4LO PEOPLE. *0
BRASS BAND AND ORCHESTRA,
In a New Repertoire:
Monday, "Bobert Mscalre."
Tuesday, "Fantluo, Victor the Bluo StodElof.**
Wednesday, "Fra Duvolo."
Thursday, "Fantiniua."
Friday, "Bohemian uirL"
Saturday, "Bobert Macairo "
Wednesday Matiaoe, "Quoen'i I.ice Handler'
cblei."
Saturday Matinee. "Merry War."
Noncs-An elegant Bonrenlr will be pwnwi
to all who attend tho Wednesday ard tiatcrty
matinees.
Kestrved seats for all the week will be on
Friday, January 30. at Bsunmr's irunc ?ton?. mi
rKUHl\K.VM NAl.h,
fJiRUSTEE'8 bALE. "
By virtue of a dotd of trnat rcadc by Grow
Hubbard and Emma H. Hubbard, hi* u'./o.to at
as trustee, dated December *, lfW, recorded lathi
oflloe of tho clerk of the County court of Otic
county. West Virginia, in Deed of Trutt Book S&
20, pago 472,1 will sell at the north do;r ol u
Court Houso of said county, on
8ATUBDAY. JANDABY >1, IMS,
mmnmnHnff at 10 n'nlorJr A. H.. tho fnllmrlnt
property, thut la to My:
All of Lot numbered forty-two (I>it No. 41) Is
Caldwell's Addition to the city of Wbeelisj Is
Mid oounty.
TrniR or Balk?One-third and m ranch mor*u
the purchMor may elect, to be paid In r**h at tlx
timo of ule, and thu balance in two equal lnitallracnU
at one and two yeai, with Inter**' Irs
the day of sale, tbo pnrchaaer to give nolo Icr
the deferred payment! and the title to be rvuiiol
until payment la nude in foil.
a K. CRAWFORD, TnitUe.
J. 0. HnvKY. Auctioneer.
rjlRUSTEE'S BALE.
By rirtue if a d*ed o! treat made by Janea I
Faria and Etta B. Fart*, hla wife, to mo a* trait*
dated July 16. 1884, rcooMcd In the office of U*
Cleric of the County Court of Ohio oiuaty, Ww?
Virginia, in Deed of Truat Book No 21, |.?#8 tt I
will Mil at tho north front door of the Court Hocx
of Mid oounty, ou
SATURDAY, tho 31at DAY of JANUARY, liff,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the followingd?
acrlbed property, that la to My: All that lot or
Kroel ot K'ouud on Wheeling laiand kno?a u
t Numbered tightj*eiklit In 1) Zane'a addttlcc
to the city of Whoallng, In Ohio counir, Weal MrKin!a,
together with the improremcnta iDtrtoo.
the hereditament* and appurtenancea thereto
longing.
The title la botiered to bo Rood, bnt Mlllof u
trnatoe I will oouvey only the title reaitd in dc bj
Mid deed of truat.
Taaaa or b ax*-One-third and u much ooreu
the purchaser olecta to par In caah on ih- Jay u
Mle, the balance iu two equal ln?ulmetiu at oa
and two Tears, the purchaser to giro note* t^artag
InlCTMl (mm th? H? nl uln fnr ihn ?t?(^:rfu WT"
menu, tho iltlo to be retained uutli payment J
made in fall.
W. J W. COW DEN, Trtutte.
W. H. Hauxb, Anntlpntvr.
' LEGAL NOT1CK*.
J^OTIOE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS.
Anna Whiting )
va. J. In Chanccry.
Amanda Whiting et al. J
The defendant* will take notice that tbc dtf??
tlonaof Anna WhlUng. O. W. Hollloger. JM*
Matou and otben will be taken at the law' o-?
of T. M. Marvin, at No. 1/4) Market a root Waning.
W. Va., on tho 2Cth day of Januarv. IW *
tween the honra oi S a n. and 6 o'clock p a- ;
be read In evidence la the above nam?l rau?e '
behalf of Mid complainant. And If. f-"??,*"
cauio, the taking of the aal 1 depaltton* 1*r
be oommenoed, or bolng commeuced. ?hali not ?
oompletcd on that day, 'he taking < f the
will be adjourned from time to time until tbeiiw
ball be completed. ?
To Amanda Wnlt'ng. William Whiting. .
Ho'Jinger, Nellie Muon and Robert Maaon*
hoahend, Fielding Jonea, John H. J. ^
M. D. Mendel, and Alice I). Myer*. Willi**
ham. Henry f. and John 11. Jonea, and the
cheater Coal Company.
T. M. GARVIN, ,
Solicitor for CotapialnuL
PtctwnKK 'jj. 1RS7. . f
HOTKLB. _
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sis.
OINCIIN N ATI, O.
RATES 91 BO FB I'*1'
ONDKS NSW X AH AO IK KM.
I hare token the manmcmeni of tb!? b *
Put It in food order, (flean room* and bed*.
Ifo. 1 table -all that the market aflordi, asJ *
lOodaaUiebMt Alitor ?i ao j*rd?y.
Don't let the price keep you away. It I* J'1,
Times Prices, will bo pleawd to euterUln
Very respectfully,
fKAN'K ?f. OAKF8?
mylTaow
CHINA, OLA88 ANI) UPEKSM'VA1*
gPEOIAL BAEQAINH
Are now offered In
Dscoratsd Tea and Dinner Wars,
Chamber BflU.Cutpldorc* toil KancjGw*1'
JOHN KIIIKIIKI',
fl??1 "?i
BPBINK8B CAKP*.
REDMAN A 00,
Atmtrlot the OelttinM K?*
ndsstructibis Wrought and Mallaabli
IRON THKJC UUAUD.
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