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J'uIiIUIinl Dally, S<*nil>W?'?kly and Weekly.
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LEVI I'. MORTON, of New York.
FOB ELECTOR*-AT-laugk.
AUGUSTUS FOI.LACK, of Ohio County;
j. ?'. DAVIS, of Fayette County.
DISTRICT KLKCTOK4.
Find?ANTHONY SMITH, of Tyler.
Second?R. K. FAST, of MouohkhIIm.
Third?J. W. HKAVNKIt. of C|*hui.
tourth?J. I.. CAl.UWKLU.of Cabell.
KEI'UBLICAX STATE TICKET.
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(JKN. NATHAN GOFF, uf lIarrl?ou Couuty.
POK AUDITOR,
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roll TUKAttl'KEK,
H1KAM UKWJ8, of cluy County. .
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? oml Dimrlcl-W. II. H. FLICK.oi lk-rkcley
i Mm PUtrict?J. U. MctilNKlS. of Italvlgli.
t mirth Dhlrirt?C. II.SMITH, o( VVooil.
Jit! PUBLIC AX COUNTY TICKET.
FOK bTATi: NKSTATK.
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HOCK OF DKLKGATKC.
THOMAS II. I.OUAN,
JIUGOL LOOS,
THOMAS l'KINCE,
W. M. DUN LA 1*.
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THOMAS C. MOFFAT.
J'KOBECUTINO ATTOBNKY.
JOSEPH I). ELfcON.
AHsKHhOltfl.
CITY?THOMAS M.JONES.
. COL'NTKY?A. J. UCIIULTZE.
Joint discussions ore not bo populm
with our Democratic friends ?8 the)
.1 f..u* ilftVU fiun. "Suthiii' 't
drapped."
Tiib office poet "hits 'eu?" again thii
morning. His genius shines on page 3
' Our friends, the eueuiy," arc making
lots of fun for the boys in this campaign
Tim Virginia I'laimltalcr is a nev
Independent paper published at Nicho
las Court House by P. M. Ilayes. It is i
bright and ably conducted sheet, ami ii
doing good work for Protection to Amer
ican industries.
"Com pa ii ati vkly apeuking we luiv<
no means," says the Ohio State Demo
cratic Committee; which is why tin
committee appeals to postmasters todroj
their contributions in the hat. Can i
be that the Standard Oil Trust and tin
Whisky Trust ate holding buck thii
year, because they think the jig is up?
Mil. T. C. CuAwrouo, of the New Yorl
II ()/ /(/, whoso views on the tariH'questioi
. .i.lf i
ulctjiiuicu ... .... "revenue
reformer." The evidence o
his i-vtH made him a Protectionist. 1
we could feotxl over to Knglaud all tin
Free Traders in America whatagoodjol
it would be. They might come hack reconstructed.
Or they might remaii:
there.
In 1880 the Republican percentage o!
the total vote in Maine was 51.47; it it
now, by the vote of 1888, 50.27. In 188C
the Democratic percentage in Maine wat
45.3; it is now 42.24. The total vote
this year is not 1,000 larger than it wat
in 18S0. The young men are coming
our way. What is there in the party ol
l'ree Trade to attract the young blood ol
the Republic? 1
oruuui/fd Lnltor'* Iutorekt in rrotm'tlon.
\lf I W Hnrlf of lliin I'itv. in ail
other of the labor representatives to
* recognize the real issue of thin campaign.
After all the writing and all the
npeaking, it is a plain question of labor
?ample employment at good wages.
On ono side of this question stands the
ttepublican party; on the other the
Democratic party. To stand between is
to be shot to death by a cross-lire. This
is why Mr. Burtt declines to accept a
nomination by the Union l^ibor party
engineered by Mr. "Hill Dave" Goshorn,
of Kanawha, and gives his support "to
the party which propones to defend the
standard of the American laborer."
\tr linrtt. i>< h t>rnnniiiu!t>il and airres
ive trades unionist, ami ho foresees, as
others linve foreseen, that the triumph
of Free Trade in this country would he
the destruction of trades unionism.
Wage-earners might organize until every
workingihan ami workingwoman in the
country hail been brought within their
fold, but this would avail them nothing
so long as the products of foreign labor
were pouring in without restriction to
supply the market which of right belongs
to the American laborer. The
workinguian who doesn'tsec this is very
blind to his own interests.
Most of the workingmen of America
are not blind. They see as sharply as
other people see; some of them much
more so. But when they protest, the
Free Trader tells them soothingly, "You
forget that we are going to give you a
cheap coat." A cheap coat is only a
mockery to a man who hasn't the money
to buy it.
From all parte of the country coiue
complaints that the Democratic postmusters
are not delivering Republican
campaign material. Letters as well us
documents fail to reach their destination.
The Intkllioknckk is in receipt pf
letters advising that some other way
than the mails he used to reach certain
points in this State. Other letters name
certain postodiccs us unsufc to trust and
suggest where letters may be sent with
some chance of getting through. There I
seems to bo a general understanding!
that Lhi* is the way to treat Republican
correspondence. Still another com- j
1'luiut i? that Democratic documents are'
smuggled into Republican newspaper:!
on tlielr way to subscribers.
If the telegraph as well its the mail
service were now in control of .Mr.
Cleveland's partisan^, nothing would be
left to Republicans but the express service
and ihe freight trains. No inef?wig?
would go through unl< ss it were though!
to be good politics to let it pans; and nc
Republican message of importance
would be long in reaching the Demo
cratic headquarters. No sanctity at
tachcs to the telegraph service whicl
I does not also attach to the mail service
An Administration which does no
respect the one would not be more scru
puloiiH about the other.
These things have before been pointet
out as possibilities. After the exper
ienceofthis campaign it will be ven
(liu'ionlt. to train the assent of the coun
try to laying the lmntl of the National
(iovernment on Uie whole telegmpl
system.
tiii; iwiks puom maim.
I'ni'tH Tfr"?'ly !?) a Dcmocratl
l':i|>cr.
Xew York Sim (Ikimxvatic).
The cheerful dispatch which Co!
liriee sent from headquurtcnj to Arthu
Sewall, in Maine, after the returns hu
come in from that State, hubbies witl
the carbolic acid gas of aerated can
paigu politic*:
"You made a good light and held yon
ground.' If the Republican party, wit
all the advantages they hail in "Maim
could make no gains over IMS I, when w
ourri.xi fhi> emintrv. our iiiccchs in N(
vembcr would seem to he assured, ei
pecially if our friends elsewhere inak
H8 good ft light as you made in .Maim
NVe can now see that if our Nation:
Committee had aided you and unde
taken to make alight in your .State, w
could have made a substantial reductio
in the Republican majority."
Wo hope this philosophical conclusio
will not h*ad Col. Jiriee to turn hin a
tention away from New York, New .fe
sey, Connecticut and Indiana and I
"undcrtuke to make a tijjht" with
view to carrying Ohio, Michigan, Wi.
, cousin, Minnesota, Iowa and Massachi
setts.
There is renson to imuyine that Co
llrice has been contemplating some sue
(Quixotic enterprise. If tin; lesson i
.Maine does net convince him of its utt<
futility, nothing under the sun can a
complish that desirable result. In tl
sincerest loyalty to the Democratic caus
and speaking in tho interest of perm;
nent ami essential success in Noveinhe
rather than with the ephemeral enthi
si asm of the blow hards? *vei-hercforc ai
dress ourselves to the ta.sk.
The plain truth about the .Maine cle
lion is that ingenuity can deviue no fo
inula of comparison with past resul
which exhibits the event as a IJenn
cratic victory, us an indication o? a uri
r of voters away from Harrison to Clev
r land and Thurinnn, or as encourageinei
i to the notion tlml any one of the trud
tionally Republican .States of the Nor!
can be transferred tin's year to the Den
cratic column.
3 Maine has ijone Republican at I he He]
. tember election in Presidential yea'
? ever since tiie war, with the single < :
' ception of the yean 1880, when the fi
' sion between the Democrats ami Repul
. licanGreenbaekersgaveGeneral IMuisti1
a plurality of 181) votes. As u rule tl
' total vote at the September election hi
i been very much larger thnn at the Mi
i veinber election succeeding, and yet tii
Republican majority in September hi
invariably been increased in No vein be
Even in the exceptional fusion year tli
State went forliarlield in November b
5 a majority of about !?,(K)0.
Thy. exact sue of the Republican pit
. ralities for Governor in past Presidenti,
years is shown in the subjoined tab!
' together with the total votes in Septen
1 her, and the Republican pluralities v
i tlio Presidential vole jM.jioveiiiner:
4 jw?s. ihTir. Jsso. lv
l?. pl'ty Sept.. 17,-lii 1...111 jji.s
Total vote l-JMIs M.'.l
It. pl'tv Not., i!S,(KM) lfi.477 8,8 W !iU,0
: For tlif past# twenty years tlto Kepul
j liean plurality in the September electioi
leaving out of consideration the year <
: the Greenback cra/e, hits been remark
1 bly steady, not varying 5,000 votes itt i
f extreme*.- The nveriiKo Kepubiicunplt
? rality during that time is IS.U.'IS,
Tliis year the Kepubliean plural it
' will certainly bo over this average, an
" will probably eoine up to the iiighe,
i ligures oyer reached in u Septemb*
election. Whether it does or not is <
110 practical importance. The truth
f that the Democratic canvass has max!
no inroads upon the solid Kepublica
1 vote of Maine. There are no signs of
> drift to Mr. Cleveland. If there is an
[ drift it is the other way.
Hut those excellent Democrats win
like Colonel Brice, think itistheindi
k jiensable duty of loyal partisanship J
' extract sunbeams from cucumbers, sn
f that it is a glorious victory for t!i
r Democracy of Maine to hold its ow
this year when Mr. Blaine has bee
upon'thestump, when the fishery treat
was having a bad efleet, and when th
interests of the protected lttmbertue
have been threatened. To get eve
, that amount of consolation they eon
pare the returns with the figures i
IKK4. That is a fair bases of comnariso
?fairer, on the whole, thnn the ltepul
liean method of figuring large gains ovc
18.S(5, which wan not a Presidential ycai
i$ut it is not quite so reasonable to liol
that the Republicans have had excej
titynil advantego in position in thecal:
vass just ended. It is true that .Mi
Maine has been on the stump, but i
1884 ho was the Republican eandidat
for President, and not only the r?lniu
machine but every Jilaine lit
publican in .Maine had stimuli)
to do the utmost. It is true that th
lumber interest w#a_ threatone<
hut where is the manufacturing Stat
which has not some important intores
which a Free Trade movement threat
ens? The Democracy's candidate fc
Governor this year is a man of large
calibre and of wider reputation and poj
ularity than the Republican candidal!
who is a somewhat obscure politicia
and apparently a rather eouinionplac
individual. So far a* the personal an
social element counted, it counted fc
the Democrats, and up to election da
the Democratic managers believed an
predicted that .Mr. I'utnam would caj
tare many Republican votes. The non
illation ol Mr. Burleigh left some har
feelings on the part of the Republics:
bosses in at least a part of the State, an
his candidacy at no time inspired ex:
liU8iasm. .More than all, the whol
power of the Federal ollices in .Maine, ii
past Presidential years turned with trt
uicndoiis effect against the Democrat i
organization, liar, worked this year wit!
it and for its ticket. This reversal <j
former conditions counted double as ;
Democratic advantage.
We present these factsabout the .Main
election, first, because they are the tratl
of the matter, and it is our business as j
newspaper to tell the truth; and, second
IV, licvauw) 41 l mnv mun ifi.uiuiUK wi uh:i
significance M ill serve iw u wholesomi
corrective to the scatter-brain policy t lui
has seeuictl to meet with favor in Wis
Twenty-ninth street, judging by so tin
otiicial" expressions that come from thai
quarter.
Maine does not say to the National
Democracy: "I lead the way to certain
and glorious victory in November!'
What she does say is this: "You haw
hard work before you ; put it in wlmroil
will do the most good! Waste no time,
monev or nerve issue in the hojHslese
I........WMIII Shlll-4
t'liui'iitur i" niv?t?.
from the Republican column. J'evote
every remaining boufof time, every dollar
of {'resident Cleveland's $10,(XX) contribution,
every ohm of electrical energy
incorporate in "your Campaign Committee,
to the canvass in the douutful States
where victory is possible, and which, if
carried, will elect Cleveland and Thuruinn!"
WHY UK H AS TUItNED OCT.
A .S|H'?'liiit?u of Wiiiurrutii! Civil Service
Krfoi in an it !> .
J'ltfton Count}/ Journal.
, The turning out of Superintendent
. Samuel T. Iiooton well illustrates the
. rank hypocrisy of Democratic vil ser
vice reform." -Mr. Iiooton was twenty
, years in the service, and was one of the
. most cllicient of it. There were no
. charges against him except such as
that he helped make Taylor and Tucker
counties Republican. A petition signed
1 by several Democrats o(this county was
. lately sent in to the Department. It
I contained such frivolous charges as
these. Mr. Iiooton in 1884 received on
an average 1,<>00 complaints per month
of missent mail,, etc. In the last month
1 lie received .'12,000 similar complaints of
. theinexpeiiein:ed work of tin* raw Democratic
postal clerks who had been ap1
}>oiiitcd in place* of experienced lie
publican clerks. When Mr. Iiooton re1
ported these clerks, the Department
vvi'nt nv.'f his head and communicated
directly with thetn, gently admonishing
them t<> bu "more careful. Mr. Hootoii
whs n West Virginia appointee, but liie
.successor is a Maryland Democrat. \V?j
? supposo the Democratic peddlers oj
ollicial pap were unable to llnd a com
potent Democrat in West Virginia u
l>( take liia place. Hard on West Virginia
Democrats, isn't it?
r , .
d The I'urty Growing in .Muiut*.
, .Vrir Yoak Pre**.
Complete unoflicial returns from tin
olectiou in Maine show a total voteo
144,(Ml, the largest ever polled except a
'' the Gubernatorial election of 1880, whet
h the Republicans polled 73,597 votes am
l> lost the State by a plurality of 180, in t
total poll of 147,802 votes. The tota
> votes, the Republican votes and the lie
publican pluralities since that elcctioi
?' nave been as follows;
" Total ltcp.
tl vote. vote. 1'luralltj
r. 1K-0?I*recl?lcnt 7I.U1D s, *;
1SS2?lioveruor l.TJs,iT73 TJ.T.'l ?,h7
' IN<|?Governor l-W.IKI 77,7*1' ll'.TCJ
n IH1I?I'l-caldenL -.l?t.62G 71.7111 20, OtI
; lWi-iiuVi'riior .......rr.J.ww os.wi 12,BE
^ ]\k?S?(JoViTlior 141,601 T'-UMt 18,41
t. The Republican percentage of tli
total vote, which was ">1.47 in 1KS0, i
? now ~hi.27, while t/i<* Uumdcratic per
u (rentage has fallen from 45.3 per cent ii
1 sso to J2.25 per cent. This looks as i
j. tlio new vote, the young men who be
lieve in America and American pros
\t perity, were leaning to the Kepubiieai
j,' side in Maine as in Oregon and Vei
? wont.
r Tlio Titiltwt*
Jj* Here is a list of the several candidate
c for t)ie Presidency and Vice President;
ii- revised to date:
'? "T'urly. | For I'reMdont. For V.l'rt'MM'i
1- Hep Jlienj. Harrison, lml. 1. l'.Mqrl'U.N'
Dom_..... u'roverClevclaml.X.Y. A (j Th'rm'ti.f
I'rohil-... N'liiUun II. Flsk, N. J. .1 A Hrooks.lW
e- l iilte<l I. Kiil>urCl!.('c?\vdrey, III. WWitkcfd,Ki
I*. I'liioii I... Alsun J.-Streetcr, 111. (,'BCu'lun, A:
, In. It'in... Alh't K. Koilstone,Cal. JnoColvln, K
K. HlttliMlk'Iva A.I.urktvM, D C. A. II. Love I'll
D" AiiH-rlf'itjJnmCB'L. Curtis, N. Y.
If (
t'ninu Soldier llotiuceri.
it CttnilMrland A'cicc,
i- Captain Alexander Leeds, postal elerl
h between Baltimore and Grafton, lia
i- been dismissed. Captain-Leeds was
gallant Union soldier of the Sixth Mary
|)- land Regiment. and was wounded at th
r? battle of Winchester, under .Sherridan
<- He iiad been in the service fifteen year
i- and was an excellent olllcial,
[>- ?
,,} llw a rroplict.
it. Hinilimjlim (imilk.
is Geo. Wesley Atkinson, of Wheeling
d- was nominated by the Republicans o
it* the First district for Congressman fron
us that district. It is said that he predicte<
r. his nomination, which was accomplished
ie He now says that he will be elected
y Wes, is a prophet.
j. Dtilng || Work,
,i| I'miton Co nitn Journal.
i*. The Wheeling J.sTKi.MUENCHuisniight;
i- able these days. It is doing grand work
ii
Wi? ti'll Vint INinHIvcI)'
i that Simmons Liver Regulator wili ri<
you of dyspepsia, purity your system
H enable von to sleep well, prevent ma
larlal diseases, and give you a brisk an<
n'* vigorous feeling. It acta directly on th
j liver and kidneys, eleansing, purifying
invigorating and fortifving the systen
* auailist disease. It will break up tin
* chills and fever and prevent their re
turn?yet entirely free from calomel o
v quinine. " mwf.ov.
d ICost <*li tin* .Mountain Top.
Mt. Lake has the advantage of beinj
near home and easily reached. ThoMt
Lake Park Hotel oilers superior aecoin
>s modations at reasonable prices,
n A captured fish may bo correctly rc
a ported as being "off the Fast-net."
y ?
Auk you made miserable by Indiges
'? tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss o
s* Appetite, Yellow tfkin? Shiloh's Vita
0 lizer is a positive cure.
}' Why will you cough when Shiloh'i
|4' Cure will give immediate relief. Pric<
11 10 eta., 50 eta. and $1.
?? A Nasal Injector free with each bottli
>' of Shiloh's Catarrh Kcmedv. Price fit
e cents. Sold by W. K. Williams and C
?? Alenkemillcr. haw-how
?. Why do ?iuick workers want "Mile
>f End?" Its freedom from knots,
n *
> Dm sic Mai to, brents a bottle.
1 The Sufferer's Friend,
'* Ilow tunny people who arc suIIitHik frou
1 Wood roisou uie worm Kiiowa nut; uui rcnu mm
r. following letter" uud you may be interested:
Found by Accident.
It a i.tixori:, Md., January 28,1887.
I have been a siuflfcrcr for nix years with I'a
tarrh, Ulcerated a'oro Throat, ami Klieumatisir
of the Cheat, (row blood poison. About fotu
week* ago I was passing the llotaiile Blood Halm
Store, N?). 8 North street, lialtlmorc. I went ii:
and consulted your agent about my ease. Ik
. nave me one of your D II. H. "Hook of Wonders.'
which I mid. 1 vailed in a few days after wan'
and got a bottle of your botanic Blood i<almlt.
u. it. 1 am now on the third bottle, and wli:
say that 1 huvu felt n marked im|irovemeiit sluct
the third day after commenting to use youi
medicine. > now have no trouble from m)
throat, and have improved so much iu ever)
way that 1 ain satlaflcd that by- the use of youi
medicine I will sooil bo all rl;;nt.
I have taken many and .-nine good prescrip
tions and medicines for tills trouble, but I think
your 11. H. II. the best remedy 1 have had, aud I
cheerfully recommend your "Botanic Blood
Balm" it> the public as the. quickest and bes'
tllood remedy I liavo found, alter six long yean
of search for healtti.
Very respectfully yours.
Josr.ru \v. Floituis.
210 Slommoni Alley.
One Mottle Did It?Boils Cured and
Health Kestoretl.
II, 11. if. Co.. Affaafrt, <, ?!.:
IIkn rs.?Sly sister was ail! it ted for a number ol
years with boils scattered about all over her per
son. They would make their appearance every
spring, and last through thustim.ucr until late
in the fall. Her health wa? sadly Impaired,
losing flesh atid strength every day; Iu fact, they
wer tupping her life 1 gave her oue bottle o|
II. 1>. 15.. n >d the etlict was like magic, producing
........ ?1..!i. rlirx T..I ti.kt/irli.it Itnr I...,.III. T.7.
1 Un;. Ik norlvctly K>uti<l mm her health fully
ri- oru?l. It i? without doubt ihu bc?t?inl must
i* valuable Hlood I'urlilcr now on the nuirket.
Youra, ttc., i>. >1. M<1uk.
^ \Vo>m^l. >ro, Mlii., July H. 1S77.
t' Informal Ion.
All who <li>lre (till iuforinntloti About ibe
I cuuk' nuil cure of Mood I'olnona, .scroiulu and
.^croiiMous wwewimn.. i icers, sores, Ktieuma*
tutu. Kidney Complaint*, Catarrh, etc., can so*
cnro t>y until, free, u copy o( ottr pn>;t' Illustrated
J look on WomiciH, tilled with ino most
wonderful and staitllnff proof ever before
known. Address,
Hu>ot> IUi.m Co., Atlanta, Ga.
LOGAN &CO.,
Spoclal Notices.
FITS: All l it-pjH-d fret* by Dr. Kline's
Great .Nerve Kestorcr. No Flu after first day's
use. Mamloui cares. Treatise ana ti 00 trial
tioitle frit; to Fit cum*. Bend to 1*. Kline, 981
1 Arch i?reet, Philadelphia, ftu uwraw
New Advertisements.
\VANTKD?HOARD IX PRIVATE
ii family for a Kentlemau. where there are
no other boarder*; centrnl |?rt of Hty. Addrew
W. IV. W ' KHAM. city. ?cl7
piANO VOH SALE.
If yon ivant to buy ? flno t'prlght I'latio at a
(treat bargain. cull Immediately at
F. W. JiAITMKK & CO.'S,
M.-17 1310 Market Street.
n OGE Si BKO.
HA VK on HA IS.
THE IDEAL FEED MILL
As?t> Houm-. Povrm Cox hiked.
Willgrlud all kind of alielled sndn tinil drive
auy machinery. Kverr farmer idiould
have an Ideal.
Fodder cutter*. Harrow*, Plows. Plow Point*.
Feed (.'utters, Uutw, Revolver*. and climax Cook
Move*. HouK dk HKO?
sel7-MWMW No. IIin Market Street.
REG U L A Ii TUESDA Y PACKET
forftirkenburg. Pomeroy, (Jalll- ??-3?
poll*, fronton, Huntington, Port*- urfefttt'T
mouth. MaVhVilh'. Cincinnati Mini*??**"*
. LouUvllle. The elegant iMUwenger steamer
-ANDES,'
chat. Mnhleman. <.'om'r, Mart F. Noll, Clerk.
1 will leave for abovo point* oir Tit.miay, Skit.
freight rttf ipteil through to nil point* Went mid
f South.
1 For freight or parage apply on l?oard or to
_M?t7 KKANk ItOOTIl, Agent.
City Tax Notice.
Office ok City Coi.lkito?, i
Peui.ic Iini.ntNo,
Wiikkmno, W. Va.,tieptcmbur 17,1KS>S.)
' Notiee1* hereby given that the City Tuxes for
f ISsn will beduu and payable at the office of the
t City Collector, Public Building, Monday, Octo,
bcr 1. Inhk.
j I'crho:u|)HyIiiK ai.i. their taxca on or before
1 the Hint day of November. 1888, will be entitled
to a titdCOl'ST of "2 per cent ou City Taxe*.
The taxe* on Heal K?tate will bear interest
from November 1, Iksh,at the ratoof 10 pxhcent
I'KIt ANNUM Until pOlll
S. L. BRICE.
ku1 7 City Collector.
I Prohibition Rallies!
5ROT Siiail
i* OF GEOKUIA, WILL SPEAK AT
" Alhambra Rink, Wheeling,
1 MONDAY, SfcPT. 17, ATSr.M.
[ At COUItT HOUSE, Moundsville,
TUESPAY, SKIT. IS. AT J I'. M.
, ANp 7;3tO AT NIGHT,
Come and hear live l**ueH discussed by u live
speaker. h'H
Musical Almanac?September.
>' 1 MUSIC TEACHER HISES at Ills wiul hour,
J iiinl plan* Htnl dreams out a wl?lc awake musical
eampaiK".
. M CSIC TEACHER SETS his wit* tit work to
- I tlcvlKe Ihe best method*, ami conclude* that
i f> there In no bcucr way than to vice lMtson A:
? Co.'* Superior Muvlu Hooks.
>, f. Writes foreatalogue*, speclmciihand dcserlp?.
7 Hon*.
r. 8 IIK JIEG1NS TO FISH for on?a?i'inouin.
s ? Catalogue* arrive.
i. ? Ho Is favorably Improved with the follow
? Inn:
? Hoy At. Singer (tX) rents, or s?i.0<) dozen) for
? SlnRiUKCla**OK and Hluli School*: Jehovah'*
? 1'icaihk(?1,orSttdozon) for choir*, Clause*,
15 Con volition*,Sacred and Secular Mush'; Song
It ? M an L'a I, (Hook 1, .'SOeeuts, Hook 'J,-10 cents,) a
? ? complete now 11111*10 course lor School*;
0 ? ('.sited Voice* (M) et*. 5I.S0 dozen)a colic-ell
? Hon of School Sonus: Anthems or Traisk (Si,
. ? or do.): I)ow'? Sacked okhieus run Mai.e
.. ? Voice* (SI.) has 'JJ good and new sacred
w 22 quartets?Just out.
^ ? The teacher concludes Mill to use the very
? successful ltlCIIAKDSON K NKW MOT1IOI) Full
? tiik Pi/.nokoutk ($U0), but gladly nvnlls
? himself of the new classic udleetlous:
? Piano Ci.asmcs (gl.iO): Claksicai. I'iamst
29 (81.00), us coutHlulng the best * piece* for
.'SO practice.
Any Book Mailed fur the Itetnil Price.
j OLIVER DITSOM S CO., Boston.
I C. II. Ditson ?fc Co.,8ti7 Broadway, New York.
? K'l?-MTh.tU* .
FOR RENT. ~
No. IOIO Market street S:? 00
No. lOt'J Market street, store-mom und two
.. :t'i 00
' No. !n.;7 Market street, store room 1(5 00
> No. P.I.U Main street, bar-room and fixtures,
three rooms and cellar 20 00
No. J! I hluhtcenth Htreet,:: rooms ti .ri0
. No. l.Vi Nineteenth street, :i roomed house... fi oo
I No. ator? Jacob utreet, l roomed bonne 00
i No. 2JJIW Jiienb Htreet, .'5 rooms 7 (XI
' No. (Vl Twenty-third Htreet. 2 rooms .r> 00
* No. l.'IOD Jacob htreet, I rooms 8 00
1 No. 120:? Alley II, near Twelfth md McColU
loch utreet 0 W
, No. l'.'OTi Alley H, near Twelfth hikI MeCol '
loch street * ? <")
it No. 2G01 Woods strcei, 2 rooivs and little 7 00
u No. 2M0 Main street, :i rooms and cellar ti to
No. 2.VJO Main street. I rooms 7 on
" No. 'j7 Kleventh street, :i rooms and cellar... ?' 00
r No. 171 .Seventeenth street, -I roomed house. on
No. WPft Alley C, 2 rooms f? oo
No. 2223 Market street, third Hour 7 00
FOR SALE.
* No. 2228 Main street, containing 1ft rooms nnd
' finished attic.
A Desirable Building Lot cornering on Virginia
nnd South York streets: fronts on Virginia
street c>5 feet, on South York street 120 feet.
No. iiO North Front street.
No. 2120 Market street.
No. 2J2I Chiipliuo street.
No. Fourteenth Street, 8 roomed house,
ground 30 feet front, running to ullevoti equal
* width,
f AO. JJUrKfl Midi i Bllin-PHUII HUM iw?j
rooniN: ground it full hull lot; prlcvfvjo.
No. .t'htl Miiin street. SI,009.
No. 2.TO Koll' street, $2,200.
s No. 1040 and 1012 Market .street.
No. l.'!0 Twelfth street, with houic on alley, a
i full lot of ground: relit# at S.V.I per annum; nm
be bought for 82,-100.
J JAMES A. HENRY,
) Kcal Estate Agent, L!. H. reunion uml Claim Attorney,
Collector and .Votary public.
m-17 1012 MAHKKTSTWKICT.
B.&B.
?
1778. CEXTKXMAL! 1888.
' Largest Dry Goods Stores West
of Philadelphia or EalK
of Ciiicagif(! /Jf
VISIT US AND SEE THE
Extraordinary Bargains
' SEPTEMBER 24,25&26.
noo Piece* Genuine Broadcloth. i?t 90c., Si on,
?12.'"8l 60 ntid up to finest imported, nt price*
; leu (linn tittWlierc.
I flt nui! ftis-lneh Klch Imported Prow (?ood*,
I Intent I'nrl* shade*nnd new weaves. wider, bet*
t tor nnd handsomer Rood* than usually Imported,
s l.ooo Piece* :tt-inch Double Width Mixed Tricot*,
?t 2.'ie. nnd -fc. per yard. Sold former senson
* nt 60c.
Lnrgolot ex'rn (food 10-iuch All-Wool Cnshmoros,
nt 40c., ?? good n* nro rctnlled nt 60c.
usunlly. .. .
nines Silk*, Black Fnllle Krancalses, Black
Klindumes, fine goods, ?t lowest prices every
I known in the history of the Dry Good* bu*lnc?*
iu America.
Colors nnd Kveiiitik'shniles. In ull the stnple
styles. Fancy* nnd New Arabesque*, Moire design*,
iu this extensive 811k Department.
! CLOAK,WRAPANDSU1T
nPPARTMPNT.
--BIG BARGAINS.-Pliuh
Sacolicfl. 8!."?00. SJ0 00, 8i'?oo and up.
1'ltnh Jacket*. si- 00, fl.hw iiml up. l'lusli
Wrap*. l'la?h Jacket*. I'lufth Modjeikoi. 512 00.
$l/? 00 ami up to s:ui uo,
1,000 Cloth and Stocklnett Jacket*, .'>0, f."?00
mill ut? to oo.
Newmarket* Raglan*, oo. AO, SS oo and 510.
The variety and the uucqaalcd prices
will bp h Mirprltc to you.
riilk Umbrella*, (iolil Mounted, 81 .'?0, 92 00 and
up to SlOOOem-h.
HoNlcry, Glove* und Winter Underwear, and
the larKotuud bent Trim in i hk Department to be
found in utiy More.
52 Departments Teeming with
Bargains In Choice Goods.
Boggs&Buhl,
115, 117, 119 a 121
Federal, Street,
ALLEGHENY, PA.
New Advertisements.
Geo. E. Stifel
cfe OO.
Grand Display of Elegant Novelties.
SILKS,
VelvetsiPlushes
PLAIN AND NOVEL
Combinations in Wool and Silk,
AND WOOL.
Fine Dress Fabrics,
Tho Latest and Best Styles from
the Eastern Markets.
THE NEW WEAVES
JMilanais and Royal,
In I'laiu, Bacounc anil liroche Stripes for
Street ami KveiiliiK Wear.
All-Wool Dress Fabrics,
Silk and Wool 8tri|** ami I'lalrtw, and
SILK WARP HENRIETTAS.
EOBE
PATTERNS
I.N \
Ladies' Cloths
And Broadcloths.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES & PATTERNS.
1114 Main St.,
i.-I:
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
J SBHOMMfin
i/1 \>i iuiui/UK; U VVI
NEW FALL AND WINTER
Dress Goods.
NEW WOOL HENRIETTAS,
Iu the correct shaded for the sensou.
New Broadcloths.
New Wool Plaids and Stripes,
KOK COMBINATION SUITS. _
BARGAINS IN I
HOSIERY
Schopper's Best Fast Black
Ladies' Hose
25 CENTS, ,
Worth 40 Cents.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Jowolry, Watches, &o.
Field Glasses and Telescopes!
We ha\e Just received a new line of the celc- ?,'1
bratcd 1
lliinlim i Son ami Lo MnlrO
FIELD GLASSES AMD TELESCOPES. ?
Thene goods are the finest made in the world, .J
and we snail offer them Ht extremely low price*. \
??? ?'lc
I. G. DILLON & CO., ?>'
ivl?? Jewoleniwnd Optioinnw.
Druesrists. ?
I rUft "jjf Vft ?t ^ f h" iTWBJ. w
Business Cards.
JOSEPH A. AltKI.K, t
!i c n.K.i*.. ..j /ii_]_ iii._..
u. o. rcubiuu auu uaiw Auoniej,
GENERAL B0IINE88 AGENT, ?
Collector nn.l Notary labile. Rent* Collcctod. ~
All buaincM entrusted to my care will receive |-<
prompt attention. Call on or adrireu *Jy-U
4117 JACOH STREET.
JJEDMAN A CO.,
General Machinists,
? AnA Manufacturer* ol Marino ami Stationary a
EOKiUM, J\
Nea
COR. CltAfUS* dl Eighteenth 8m,
WHEELING. W. VA.
Ceo. R. Taylor & Co.?Ne\
NEW FALL
DR]
GOC
NOW READY FC
Geo.R.Ta
r* ?????
Ol'lic Nhi]>im>uts (it Lnsl
tills Moriiii
(J NEW!
caCOMF
^ And More Attracti'
O DRESS
H DEPAR
Hnnn Arx D4a Cii
map uc mo ou
Um Drap Almas Sui
* in:
?? French aid Berl
. French and Ber
O Combination Pai
*
^ BROAD'
At $ 1.00, $1.23, $1.50
Geo. R. Ta<
c
1150 MAIN
Frew & Bertschy?Fi
A R.OUSI]
Must bo given to people who will not
Critically Examine C
It U a beautiful asw
-LATEST STYLES AND
MURE A
Oil Cloths and Linoleur
Window Shades and C
Saxony Chlidema Rugs
Smyrna and Moquett 1
Fancy and Plain China, J
M'You will find it very profitable to vtolt ua m
Frew&E
1117 Mail
Special attention given to Undo
Telephone calls answered at a
Stationery.
Books for Voters!
rarlir History of the United States. F. W.
umsIk. 12 iuo., cloth. fl 'i'j.
?ree Trado in England. Augnstua Mongre
tt 1C. ninth '4\ I'l-lilH
(ophinuis ?>f Protection. Frederic Itastiat.
nn?, cloth, SI
ftmnvN oti Political Kcouomy. Frederic Has
,t. I'Jtno.. cloth, 8100.
Political Economy, from Protection StandInt.
K. K. Thompson. 1J mo., cloth, SI .Mi.
Political Economy. J. it. )|ct.'ulloch. 13 mo.,
ith, SI 00.
Jtt* of leading works on aame subjects from
lich to select.
Vny of above mulled on receipt of price.
STANTON A DAY EXPORT,
us l.tOI Market Htrcet.
lank Books and Stationery!
Day Books,
Ledgers,
Journals, &c.,
PENS, INKS AND PENCILS,
ALL PAPER and BORDERS,
Baby Carriages,
STANDARD BUNTING FLAGS.
Argent mock and created variety iu the State,
old retail at wholesale prices, by
JOSEPH GRAVES,
* TWELFTH STI1ECT.
ASK BALLS,
Bats, Masks, Cloves and Beits,
Pmmiiit and Ifammiu'lri
Book*. MnK?wli)?.'"nml Paper*.
C. H. QUIMBY,
Boo<**lIer and NewMlealcr,
*> New. UH mid l.'</7 Market htreet. i
IITkinds of
L PI.AIN AND FANCY JOB WORK
11 y and promptly executed at the
Daily Jntkm.iobnckk Job orrict,
No?. '& and 77 Fourteenth utrvet, i
v Fall and Winter Goods.
I WINTER
5SS
v r\ o i
J1J?> !
IR INSPECTION.
ylqr&Co.
t Week mid the Arrivals ^2
is make our
STOCK 1 $
>1 FTF 3?
JUJJ i JU r
it than Ever Before.
GOODS |
TMENT. 3.
<-+
iitmgg
SEW AS1) CHOICE COI.OKS.
tings, D
SEW AXI) CHOICE COI.OKS.
in Serges, $
IS AM. THE SEW COLORS, jfl
lin Plaids, IL
S CHOICE COJIIIISATIOSS.
ttern Dresses, O
VERY CHOICE. ^
ULO1HS
, $1.85 and $2.r>0.
ill AT) $T frt
(M U UV.,
I STREET.
irnituro and Carpets.
XT Or CALL.
wake up to ibe necessity or comJng to
lur SPRING STOCK.
msfantof the very
HIGHEST QUALITIES!?
? CARPETS!
n,
urtain Poles,
, New,
3ugs,
Mapierand Cocoa Mattings.
id inspect our careful Iy Njlectcd Hpriiig Stock Aral
ERTSCHY,
i Street.
rtaklngand Arterial Embalming.
II hours.
Political.
GampaignGoods
FLAGS,
BANNERS
BURGEES
WITH CANDIDATES NAMES,
U. S. FLAGS, Every Variety,
CHINESE LANTERNS,
CAMPAIGN TOUCHES, \c.,
?AT?
J. W. LOANE'S,
15 N. (ill)' St., Ilaltliiiori', Mil.
Sond for Prlco List.
HousefurnlshinK Hardware.
J EWKTT'S
Water Coolers,
With galvanized Irnn or porcclaln Ilnlnc. The
in out hiimhotiic mid !*o*t good* in the market, j
AH tixcft in nU>ck hi
NK8BITT A BRO.'S,
Jy?MATh i:n.,J>tarkrt Street.
r?0 housek kkpkus.
Have you ever U?ed the
Staiidarcl Wax Strings.'
They teal fruit mop- perfectly, are more clean*
ly, and It In irapOMlble to get wax lmdde the
iati or Jar. Wholesale or reuill.
UKW. W. JOHNSON'S SONS,
anl.V17 l.'lo MhIh Httret.
All kinds of book and job
('riming neatly and promptly executed at.
Die Intellixcncer Job Room*.
?
Amusements.
OPERA HOUSE.
?Ol'KMNU OK TIIK SKASOX!VoDday
and Tuesday, September 17518.
YOU'LL CO TO JAIL.
The Success of the Season. iiHlhi'MUiUy the
Funniest Mnuof our time*
FRANK DANIELS
(OLp Sl*OKT),
In hi* new comedy mi?v
LITTLE PUCK!
Krum AnctvvV "Vlft-Vor>?" i ;.
Mill," accom pun led by
MISS BESSIE SANSON
nwl un excellent company of. ..m,,in., uu?WT
the umni?genu'?t <>i Sumnol I'. < ,v
Ailmloslon, Wntul foH-eiit*. N.. . \tm harxv
for rvH'rvcd Mints. So?t? on ni!<- ui? \. .
MiwiQ Store, Nth" to comtnuuri- I'll S|.
temluT 13. 'I'M
' OPERA HOUSE.
. THURSDAY, SEi T. 20.
ALWAYS (!KT THE HIM.
JOHNSON & SLAYIN S
Majestic and Matchless
Minstrels. '
50 Brilliant Artists. 50
The only Urcflt MluittrcU'ompnii) m.\. M?.h>
tho public.
MuJoMle. Novel, Unique tinst part.
Wonderful Drill u!i<i ? \>m*.
GUAM) PARADE AT NOON.
Ailmicolon. 75 nu>l ho i*fiiif. Kcmt h?u.
*1 IX). iioatMnn mlu til llmtw'u Afn?... -i
to cunnncmv TiU'mIhv. -? i : i! .1 . u
Announcements.
NOUNC ! : M K N T.
Tulhe Voters of ('hi" County:
I iidi aeaudMute for tlie otlu-v .( I'roHoutlin;
Attorney, and ?c*pectfully Milirtt j. ;ir voti* nt
thu olcctiun to Lc IifM Novcnibvr ' :sv.
Truly voun
jvI iwi- '
General Notices.
" JUDICIAL CONVENTION.
The Republican Delegate* of the i i.st Jmlf.
clul Circuit are called tojucct in i'm-.v. nllim ><i
tlie Lincoln club Kooiu m the flu < I UhulliiK,
on Moiiday. e'eplcinU-t 17. i?l I . ?1 i , i . m., to
tioiniuu'r two candidal) > to Lc v?f?.r fur
Judges of said Circuit*.
W.J. W. COWDKN.
.1 1?. STANTON.
It. II. HKOWN,
rt. H. WKMIJ,
J. 1\ llU.Utl.KY.
Ii. 15. ANHMIMIN.
IIANxiN CniSWliLL,
K. S. M> CONNKl.L, .
J. L. I'AKKINMIN.
It. \V. HALL.
Republican paper* of llaucocli, Unwise ind
Mnrwlmll counties please co|>y.
OPECLAL NOTICE.
Having severed my connection wiUi t?.?- hrr
Goods business and iicceptcd a position with the
Credit llmiM; of Houms ,v Uvrmnmi, N.>, v?<
.mhiii *ireei, ueiween nveiiwi nun .-ouric "
I will lie pleaH'd to ?po my Irk'Uil* uli.l ihr |?ulllc
Kfuerully. and will ittke ^rent in
xIidwmik them the llmul line of * iii|ui?, l urnitun*
an.i liousclurnMiliiu <ii?o?ls in n.eriiv
hen (;i:oK(iic n. nii:i.-i i.iVh.
Money
TO LOAN
On First Mortal' Security on Ohio H?ui fejUU.*.
From one to live years
r It. T. HOWELL,
Insurance ami Ileal IMale A|{ent.
JyJO H; i.Il"|"TI. Ohio.
For Ront.
1?Vii! KKNT- I"I;an/hi:IM > HAM..
. 1'?IKM.-J?i<ili Kiven Uetuber 1. I'.!"|i|iie?i( II.
C. FHAS/.HKI.M. WljL.
l^OR IUCN T.
>S?!veml Ollleeh and Kon;i).*
MoiUMlooJl iniu main mi;!, i.
Lodging lloouui In Uaii; * lllwk
li. K -'.IHF-S
Jel 1 :n.' < Imi'liiif ."i
JPUK UK NT.
The New UuKlne>s H?-u < j.i-' > 1 1 >l*i
No. IU(J< .Main Street*
The timln Iiuh1iic?k room !< 1 ' / Mini up
with nil U)o<lern luiproveiiii ir. :
JAMfcS L. I1AUI.1V
JylO v" : ' 1 ' !
For Sale.
yi'OCKS KOK ?SA I.E.
10Share* Jtellalre Null Mill.
JO Shares 1-aUelle Null Mill.
M> Shares Uuwhlln Nail Mill.
I* Share* Citizens Street Hallway.
I Share* Kl.soti
'? Share* Ohio Valley flank.
10 Share* Coiiiiueri'ial
I. JltWf.V. Ann!.
M.-I2 Nil. '.'I Tw. iill.MrMl^
MA ItiSII A 1.1. COUNTY KAKMS
FOlt SA1.K.
Illuhly improved farm > '. ? : * ' miles
houth ot Moundsvillc.nmveiit' m tn < litin ii ?iu?i
schools, within two mile* of mill aii<: >i<?<.
Farm of about M) acre*, two i.uU ?n>in iWcr
and railroad; part bottm
W. V. IIO'.K.V into,,
Je.'il) r.<i M,uki i-jrvet
FOR SALE.
, Building Lot* In old lair i.miiaZnncV
1 Orchard, North ""'i South
l'enii htreet, jit very l" * tl?nic>.
A Four Roomed < <>ttir.,'> v:
Seven Boomed Hoiim. No. ; smith V>rk
htreet, bath-room,
Six Boomed ltrii-k . ?.":sliU'. *t nTticr
Thirty-eighth ami Wood str.er; will jny ??
investment.
Five llooiued House, No. ' N*?rtli ilrun hmy
Htreet. all in lirstrlio.* i .in'itimi. will inn*'.' ?
very pleasant home.
Seven Boomed il"U-'. ' v J runt
street; river lot, on high
Klve Boomed House at 71' Miiui r? < t; H
good proj?erty eheap.
' A KV<>d Three Boomed Cotta^v, ! i - >*>
02 South Huron street. ST.'ji.
; Dwelling Hotvei alWHy* "i, baud for rent
Jy:;i Q. O. SMITH.
FOR SALt.
I (24) Tiroutj-fonr Lolw in CaMm-ir* AtMfr
tloii to tJlc Cil) <>1 \\ licelliiK.
HhI'I LoU are Ixiini'lcil fill 111- ::I.r .*: TwrUlJninth
Mreet, on tin.- enM liy i ,,im<.r. -imi on
tlltt SOUU) l?y thft HmkUhu . n: '
the m'cm by the it.o. j;. u.
Their |>n>xiiiiity to tlic hIkhv ! m.>'
rtmier* theia excellent -ii - u; : '-'-t
cUblishmeiiiK.
If not villi in thirty <.*)?. ^::] l?e sold * :'lf*
lie auction.
For term* aud/urther iiii.n i.it w.
v. ijo-.i; .. i... >,
]W Mnriii : u->i, '
Or Wiluam M. lUNm.Av,
Hill:. S. W. C.u '
Trusteo's Sale.
rpRUSTKK'.S S.U.K.
Uv virtue"i ndeed
iiuMneihter ami .-ojililn II
iue nh tniKter. iiuie<l May .
in theoUlceof thecivrknf t'>*
Ohio county, W. Va.. In Deod "I Trti>l ' ?
17, I will m il ut |.ui
wkdnkkdav, .-KITI:vm I.
I
rommem-lim at U?t>'? Uv .
of the Court Home of *? " 1
Wheeling. tin- fullowlm:'!'
?wt bnlf of lot No. V. in ,
of the cltjr of Wheeling :
Wheeling, together w ith
thereon and t h? n
Title believed to
1 hlmll only i??i?vry -';'1 lt'
I TCRsmor
the I'lirrhnMT iiiuj ? ]<. < i i |
? }" ?f w?Je, ttHfl nny II
I raont*, pajablo in ?iu utirt | |
I cUy nto w Ith II
wvuml brdfCd nl (rust. h:. !
tn?? iMlilrllriK to Hi**
' H'l-'- M ? Hi:i-11 \ n :? ; _ I X
Musical fnstruc II
WIU.I.v.M I I
Professor o 1 (lie I'iaim-Fortt'. I
WUI iMHn? husindin, \r>. : I I
'Hon iiulhliug) nil n.'i'l nl!< B I
tojnbers, thoM- (Itilriiik- to
rwiUon the fiimiinK M-iuMiii :,;4' HI

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