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rul.lUli.Ml Daily, SeinMVcekly mid Weekly.
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In Wheeling iiml adjacent town* ?t j(
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copies and circular*. Adrircsa t
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W1IKKI.1NG. W. VA. '
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WllF,KMXO,W.VA.,8Kl>TKMI?Klt?0, IHMH. ,
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
FOR rKKWDKNT,
BKXJAM1X IIARKIrfON.ol Indiana.
>ou vice rn&iDENT,
LEVI I*. MORTON, of New York.
. roi: kwxtoiwat-i.aiig*:.
AUUUBTUM'<M.I<AI l\, in "iiiuiiiiiiii/i
T. J\ DAVIS, of Fayette County.
|i|9Ti:!i T KI.F.CTOR.1.
Flrtl?ANTHONY SMITH. of Tyler,
fc'woud?U. K. FAST. ? ( Motiouxalla.
Tlilrd-J. W. IIIIA VNKIl, of r (mill*',
lounh?J. I.. CAlilMV KI<L, of Cabell.
IMilTHMCAN STATE TICKET.
FOIt OOVKRNOIt,
< iI.N. NATHAN UOFF, of Harrison Comity.
FOR AUIMTOK,
OKO. M. HOWKHH,of Berkeley County,
l(.HTltKAMi:i:H,
II lit AM LEWIS, of Clay County.
FOR ATTORNEY UF.NKRAI.,
\VM. 1'. IinHJAKH.of Olilo County.
J-OIS Sf 1'KlilNTKNI'KST OK SCIIOOlJt,
T. 11. McIA'ltK, of Wiiyuc County.
FDII Jl'LMJES HUl'ltEMB COURT,
.1011N W. MASON, of Taylor County;
II.C. Mi NVlIOItTJJK.of Kanawha County.
ton cosvuixk.
I'lrsl lMntTSi-t-0. W. ATKINBON, of Ohio.
-? iiifl nutrlct?W. II. H. FMCK.of Berkeley.
Third UlMrlct?J. 11. McOINNIH.of Kak-ljjh.
h(.111 Hi District?C. It. SMITH, of Wood.
JtKmiMCAX COUNTY TICKET.
FOR STATU 8KNATK.
It. J. SMITH.
IIOL'KK OF OH.WiATK*.
THOMAS H. lAKJAN,
HCUO L 1AXM,
THOMAS I'fUNCE,
W. M. DUNI.A1'.
SHERIFF.
THOMAS C. MOFFAT.
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
JOHKPIl I). KLfcON.
i ASSESSOR!!.
( ITV-THOMAS M. JONES.
CovjtWY-A. J. 8C1IULTZK.
Tub Democratic papers are not bo
rampant for joint dismissions as they
were a few days since.
Tub Now Jersey clergyman who is denouncing
local wickedness with so
much effect is getting things down to a
practical basis.
At last accounts Judge Fleming was
still "in the interior" discussing questions
with which Chairman ltiley says
he is not familiar.
Fkost is the only thing that will kill
yellow fever germs. Frost just now
would probably ruin the fruit crops in
Florida, but think of the livis it would
wive.
I'iikhii?knt Cami'Iji'.i.i., of the Window
' Jliihs Workers' Association, is making
it warm for lii.s anonymous. defamerH.
lie stiikes straight. from the shoulder
imil gives no quarter. Neither does he
ask any.
Nkaiii.y every city in the Union has
taken public measures to send financial
aid to the disease stricken cities of the
.Mouth. Wheeling lias herself been a
great sufferer of late, hut perhni>s she
could spare a mite for so nohle ?i cause.
Every little helps.
If Congressman Wilson considers
llfteen dollars a month good wages, perhaps
he would he willing to have his
own salary scaled a little.- According to
his views, the something like $4">0 per
month Ire receives for misrepresenting
the Second district in Congress is out of
all proportion.
Ouic Democratic friends are trying to
tind some comfort in the returns from
Maine, hut the official vote, which jsnow
nearly all in is anything hut discouraging
to Republicans. Hut three counties
in the State elected Democratic ollleials,
and every Republican Congressman
was elected by greatly increased
majorities. Before the election the
Democrats boasted that they would reduce
the Republican plurality to 7,000.
I? liiniunnt tit lw> Ifi 'lOTi lillt lilllii xiinrt
of that of 188-1, when Maine's favorite
son headed the National ticket, and
nearly 0,000 of an increase over the vote
of 1880. The most significant fact in
connection with the vote is tho great
percentage of increase ill the total vote
for the Republicans. This is a Protection
year.
Kkkohk the campaign closes J)enio- ,
cratic speakers will succeed in getting
their hearers into a maze on the question
of wool. They tell wool growers t
that with free wool the price of their
product will increase. At the same time ,
they assure the workingman that free
wool will' give him cheaper clothing. |
They do not attempt to explain how an ,
increase in the price of the raw material |
will decrease the price of the uianufac- ,
lured article. Such a thing is possible (
only by reducing tho wages of operatives ,
in the woolen mills enough to make up <
the dillereHee. But do the iron makers |
and glass workers want to wear cheap |
Hoods when inantiiaciureu ai sucn a '
fearful cost to the toilers in the woolen |
factories? Put yourself in their places, j
Suppose that the shoe were on the other
foot! <
Tlio TnrlfrniHl tlin Trunin* (
mm i-*? - w??-?. t
I III! rrt'O illllil'ia moist- iun? iniaw
owe their.life to our protective tariff. 1
The Semite Finance Committee has been 1
told by a member of the cotton-bag trust [
that his combination in the direct result 1
,of the Mills bill. So that a Trust may
be brought about by the threat of Free 1
Trade. This ought to be so, since Trusts (
are found in Free Trade England, and
there is scarcely a week that does not 11
bring to light n new one. Here is the '!
latest, of which wo have any account, 1
reported by the Wolverhampton correspondent
of the American Manufacturer, c
but since he wrote, there may be more: I1
Much success having attended the I1
formation in Staffordshire of au assoeia- c
tion amongst the sheet iron makers for i,
keeping up prices, a similar combination :
just now Iwhis attempted in the gas
tube strip trade. The makers engaged 11
in tliiu branch have with a view to les- i
en tin* chances of underselling in tin* \
wrought iron tube trade been invited hv ]
ho Tribe Makers Association, which ,
m braces al! the makers of the Kfngdom,
ml which controls the prices of tubes, *
o form an association to advance the i
irice of strip iron used for tube making ?
ml to adopt a uniform selling basis. .
'he suggestion has been adopted. Sixeen
out of a total of twenty firms have ^
igned au agreement a '.valuing j?rkcs t
8. to 7s.-M per ton, namely from the ,
resent figure of ?117s. Od. and ?5 to ? ">
>s. It is hoped that the remnining firms
vilf shortly oe also induced to sign.
Here we have the sheet iron Trust and <
he gas tube strip Trust, the success of ,
he one having iuduced the forming of ,
lie other. There are more of them, as ^
nis from time to time lieen shown. Now (
ho Free Traders ought to be willing to |
jxplain why it is that Trusts are thought ,
,o be necessary, and why they can exist i
n a Free Trade country.
Tim Colored On* hIinn.
The Jit i/idtr is mistaken, ltcpublicuus
ilo not think the colored citizen* have
not a right to vote as they please at this
or any other election. They are free
men (though the Democracy of the.South
ilo not seem to have found it out) and
have a right to vote iih their consciences
dictate. What Republicans condeiun is
the disgraceful bargain by which the
Democratic bosses of this .State have
Bought to create disaffection among the
colored voters, the only object being,
not to prove their great love for the negro,
but to defeat the Republican party.
The Democratic party in tfiis State has
never shown in a practical way its love
for the negro, ami it cannot point to a
it l...u uviin altmeil 11
oniric uui> niicicm ? * <v? ......?
desire to recognize hint jw a free and independent
citizen. Republicans have
always recognized him as such. lie lias
been given representation in conventions,
and has been honored in more
ways than one, and will be in the future.
Whoever heard of* the West Virginia
Democrats sending a colored man
to represent them in a National convention
?
It has not been many years since, in
the mouths of tiie Democrats, the word
"Republican" was synonymous with
"nigger lover," used always as a term of
reproach. Kvcrv law that has ever been
passed in this country by National or
State legislatures, which gave to the
negro political rights, has been enacted
by Republicans over Democratic protests.
Thousands of Democrats in the
North were just as sincerely opposed to
slavery and fought for its abolition just
as bravely as Republicans; but after the
war, and when it came to clothing the
reedman with citizenship and rccog
nixing.him as a man and a brother, it
was the Republican party that did it.
Hypocritical professions of great love
for the negro, which are of late so often
seen in the Democratic press, are well
enough for campaign purposes, but they
will not deceive the colored voter.
Whcu it comes to the matterof practical
friendship for the freedmcn, the Jtepublicans
are ready to compare records with
the Democrats every day in the week.
The hhtory of legiHlation in this
country for the past twenty-five yearH?i?
written, and it is un insult to the colored
man's intelligence to attempt to make
him believe that it it* to this Democratic
aud not the Republican party that he
owes the fact that he is not only a free
citizen of tliu Republic, but that ho enjoys
educational advantages which are
in marked contract to tliOBO of a fc.v
years ago in Virginia, under Democratic
rule, when it wan a penal oflence to teach
a negro to read and write.
Speaking for itself, the Intkm.iukntkk
is not iiiNyinpathy with any act of intolerance
which would prevent the colored
man from voting according to the dictates
of his conscience; neither is it in
sympathy with the spiYit animating the
Democratic press, which heaps vile
abuse upon the white Democratic laborer
who makes up his mind to vote to sustain
the American system of protection.
If the colored man siimftely believes
ho has just cause of grievance against
the Republican party, then he should
vote against that party. JJut the Intki.j.igknckh
docs not believe that the majority
of the colored race are idiots.
TIihv know tho records of the two narties
on the colored question, and need not
be told which has shown the most substantial
evidences of friendship in tli?
past.
"A CuuiimlK" ?f Infiiniinlloii."
Now that the RegiMcr has discovered
that the Republican National Committee
has refused to put any money in West
Virginia, it follows that all the stories it
Ikis been telling about a "boodle campaign"
by the Republicans are purely
imaginary. It is just a little strange
that all the "news" we receive about the
inside work of the Republican Committee
comes through Democratic papers.
No matter that the tales are often selfcoutradictory,
and are nearly always inconsistent
with each other, they are
published with as much display of
headlines and as extended editorial
comments as if the editor really believed
fthey are gospel truth and that
his readers are idiotic enough to believe
them.
The great variety of the "dispatches"
concerning Republican "schemes"' etc.,
that appear in Democratic papers, and
Ihe Munchausen like romances they
L'ontuin, is suggestive. They suggest
tlmt the campaign linr hits not only a
itcarfy situation at the National Democratic
headquarters,* but that ho is numerous
and versatile. Perhaps if Mr.
Cleveland had not contributed twenty
perceut of this year's salary to the fund,
the liar would not be *bo numerous.
IVn thousand dollars will pay u great j
nany of him for the three months dur- i
?H wn ifii no 18 on ciuiy.
Regarding the latest fairy story about
ien. Goff being snubbed by Chairman
2nay, like all the tales of a similar naure
prepared by the Democratic literary
>ureau, it bears the stamp of untruthful* J
less upon its face. That no such occur- |
once over took place goes without say* j
ng. The story was written for con* j
umption in Democratic papers in West
Virginia, and its object is to cast a
lamper on Republicans. Well, the
onsumption will take place, but the
ibjecfc will fail. "Only another ReqitUr
ie," will be the universal comment, mid _
hat is all.
The ridiculous efforts of the Demo- *
ratic press to distract attention in every
oNsible way from the issues of the cam* j
aign are amusing, all the more so be* 1
ause they are having no effect. "This
J a campaign of information," said Pres- =
lent Cleveland, and for once he hit the j
iail squarely on the head, though the *
Managers of his campaign don't agree
villi him. The people are caring very
ittle alx)Ut the gossip and balderdash .
hat is being sent out from the Demo- I
ratic headquarters. ami th/ |?ersoBal
ibuse that Ih lMfint' heaped upon the Be- p
mhlican candidates and their supporters. chi
Intelligence concerning the issues in- ^
rolvcd in the campaign is what they V
*t-k, and they will have it or know the JJJ
eason why.
The WoiiiHii Sjifuk. IT ;
Mrs. J. Allen Foster, President of the 11
S'ational Women's Christian Tempernice
Union, in doing Home practical h
work for her sex just now. Accorn- **
|ianicd by more than a dor.cn female ?
iperatives whom she had gathered from 'J
the mills and worknhups of New York
ami New Knglaud, she went before the
Senate Finance Committee to plead for }{"
ii maintenance of the protective tariff.
No more significant scene has oc- _?
curred since the campaign begun. Per- jr
haps that is why the Free Trade organ
of this city suppressed the Associated ?
l'rcss account of the interview, which
appeared in yesterday's Intblliobncxh.
The account says: (
Mrs. Foster addressed the committee Bt
eloquently and ut considerable length.
She described her experience in Europe
a year ago, where she went in connection
with the philanthropic work in
which she has spent her life, setting
forth the steps which led her to the belief
that the incomparably su)>erior advantages
enjoyed by the American
woman as wife, mother or self-supporter
to her European sister were due to the
American Protective system.
She contrasted the manufacturing and
farming localities of Germany, England,
Scotland and Irelaud, with their womenharnessed
sometimes like beasts of burden
iu the fields, leaving their little ones
without a mother's care, earning the .
barest pittance necessary to support life,
with the conditions of life here, declaring
that on her arrival in Massachusetts,
on her return, she could liurdly escape
tnu conviction nun uiu occaxiou wu? u ,
gala day. Sim did not profit to bo u
specialist in regard to the tariff, but had _
read the debates in Congress and noticed ,
that whenever the wager-worker was re- [
ferred to, it was tho working man who I
excited the sympathies of the legislator.
Would not society, she asked herself,
appear for the working women of
America? > ?
She warned the committee that it was, ..
iii nil history, the condition of woman- fr(
kind which hud contributed most to the ri!
upbuilding or pulling down of nations, u>
and told them that wherever the con- M
dition of men was degraded, there women
are a little lower. One-third of the ?elfsupportero
in America were women, and
for these abe had Bought this hearing. f[
She had been into'the- mills and work- shops
of New York and New Kngland w
and had with the consent of the e.n* ?
plovers invited some of the female em
ploy cm to come to Washington with her }r
ami tell the committee liow they were '*
situated. These were the ladies present. :i
.She assured the committee that they j
were in no wine superior to their fellow- d
workers; had uot heeu picked out for" c
greater intelligence or ability and were 7
surprised themselves that the choice
slionld have fallen on them rather thau ?
on others, tier companions were then ?
briefly questioned by members of the _
committee. Mrs.
Hohntr, a German lady who had is
worked in factories in the l?atherland, __
had been employed about twenty years in
Kockvillc, Conn., in weaving cloth for ?
men's clothing. Her weekly wages was _
from to $10, :us compared with two 22
uuirkH in Germany. She laid up money ?
here and had three times visited her __
birth place, paying the expense from her ?
earninus. * ~
Miss White, Miss Pitta and Mrs. Stans- n,
Held, all horn in Knglaud, were also em- :to
ployed in milts at Hockville, Conn., but
no two were in the same mill. They
told similar stories to that of Mrs. Jlohner,
of the superior wages and superior a
advantages of their preaent condition to _
that which they lived in the Old conn- m
try, and declared themselves with en- I
tliusiasm to have become Americans in I
the fullest sense of the word. J
Kxcurnioii to lMtUburgln
The Baltimore & Ohio Kailroad will
sell excursion tickets Sunday (luring the
entire summer, to Pittsburgh, at the rate
of $1 50 the round trio, tickets good for
Sunday onlv. Will also sell excursion
tickets to Washington, Pa., at the rate of
?1. Trains leave Wheeling at 5 aud 8:10
a. m.
IIKN DON'?On Wedtiekday morning. September
I'j, livHS. at r> o'clock, Kiuvakd I,. Henikjn, m>m
of Ileaeklnh ami Charity Ueiulon, in the L
?5Sth year of bis age. H
The funeral will lake place from the residence
of bin parents, No. .'ill Market street, tliU
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family
are Invited to attend. Interuient at Ten- .,
iiiNiila cemetery. U
UAHKKKTY?On Wednesday, September lit, lhKH,
at N o'clock p. IH..JAMKS lUtTKKTY. ill Ids
WMh year.
E'niK'ial n?tice hereafter.
The Sufferer's Friend.
pr
Hoiv many peoplo who are Buffering from |,?
Blond Poison tbe world know* not; but read the or
following letters and you may be interested; | c'n
Ill
Found by Accident. ^
lUUlMORK, Ml)., January 28, 1887.
I have beeu a sufferer for six years with Catarrh,
Ulcerated Bore Throat, aud HbeumatUm ""
of the Cheat, from blood poison. About four mf
weeks ago 1 was passing the Botanic Blood Ilahu . ;
Store, No. H North street, Baltimore. I went In lu
anil consulted your aacnt about uiv case. He *
gave me one of yourB I*. 1*." Book of Wonder*," Iwhich
I road. I called In a few davs afterward *
ami got a bottle of your Botanic lilood BalmII.
U. B. I am now on the third bottlo, and will
ray that I have felt a marked Improvement since ?
the third day alter commencing to use your ?
medicine. I now have no trouble from my a
throat, nud have Improved so much In every \
way that 1 aui satisfied that by the use of your >
medlelue I will noon be all right.
I have taken many and some good prescription*
and medicines lor this trouble, but I think
your B. B. B. the be?t* remedy 1 have had, aud I
cheerfully recommcnd your "Botanic Blood
Balm" to the public aa the quicken! and beat
Blood remedy I have found, after six long years <
of search for health.
Very respectfully yours, n
JOHKI'H W. FLOWIIW. /*
210 .Slcmniors Alley. ^
One Hot lit- llid it?Ilolls Cured mid E
IIi'hHIi Ketitored.
11. 11. It. Co., Atlanta, <>'a.: *1
Oksth.?My Kilter waa afflicted lor n numberol ^
year* wilii boll* M at UTf<l about all over her per- u
M?ii. Tlicy wotthl make their appearance every j??
HprlUK, and last through the Miintoer until late m
In the tall, iler health was aadhr Impaired,
lot-lns (lesh iiiul strength every (lay; In fact,they
were NtpiniK her life 1 Kuve lier one bottle ol
II. h. IS.. hiuI the elicit was like magic, producing l<
n complete cure aiiil let tori tig her health. To- .
ilny she U perfectly sound ami her health fully ?i
renin red. It In without doubnho U*t and diimI
raluablc Mood I'urlller uow on the market. U
Your*, etc., 1?. M.MclUK. IT]
Wuynesboro, MU?., July M, 1M77.
Information. K.
IN
All who deaire lull information about the
mum and cure of iilocx! Poinoint, s-roiulif and
M-roiuIous tiwolliiip, (Jlcera, Korea, Klioumnlam,
Kidney Complaint*, Catarrh, eic., tan a* t,
;urc by mail, free, a ropy of our :u-page lllua.rated
llook on WoudciK, Oiled with the moat itr'
wonderful uiul utaitlitiK proof ever before
cnotvu. Addrcaa, I)
Hi/)oi> Iui.m Co., Atlanta, Ua. it
H::?
LOGAN & CO., 8
Announcements.
^NNOUN'CKMENT. *"
ro the Voterv of Ohio County:
1 am a rati<li<late for the office of Proaccuting n
Attorney, and rcipectfully solicit your vote* at '
he election to be held November 6,1888. A
Truly yours, pi,,
iy* JOE D. EL8QN.
A LL KINDS OF
CX PLAIN AND FASCY JOB WORK 8?L
leatly and promptly executed at the
Daily Iktsluobmcui Job Ornc*,
Not. 'J5 and T, Fourteenth a treat. ac
New Advertisements.
fOUND-I.ADIEffWRAP-OWNER
?au have Mine by itrovluj; property an?l
itiK i'linnje#. <*11 at tnla ofllce. ?cJQ
foi: HALE?FINE HOUSEHOLD
1'iirniuiri nii'I Hull Hock. Will be Mild
up. 1111 Chaplinc itrcct. wJJ
17ANTED?A GIRL FOR A KAMT
ILYof three. Uxlil work ujhI fn?y situuti.
State wiurr*. A?Iiln'?*. .1 K S..raf?' III*
liUfiiwr olUrf. k'.D
A SEW SUNDAY PATER,
HE PITTSBURGH PRESS.
Oil! Sunday. Si-pt. SU, 1MKH.
tingle copy 2 cents. Per year by tuall. 1100.
C'UU Wnllttil for thin place. A(lilrc*N, l'RKf>s
HUSHING CO.. I'ltUlnimli, I'u. noJU
1HE WHEELING
Fruit Jar?Home Production,
U-M iiihiIc Jar lu the market. CrvNtal gUtt.
lartM ami pint*.
KWJNG BROS.,
1'21.*? Market St.. opp. Mirl.nrc HoUm*.
JASK IIA LI.!
)anton vs. Wheeling,
At Inland Hum) ll?ll Purk,
WEDNESDAY A THURSDAY, Sept. 19 A
CJmnu ca11c<1 at xn. Admission 3cent*.
>) > 10 cent*. Unind Stand. 10 renin extra. ml'-'
3BTm I kl ilHBB
RED FIRE!
Wc havp a large lot of Red Fire In Sticks.
10 and 20 Cents.
The lo cent sticks are nscd for short parades,
e. Special low prices to clubs.
Frosh Roasted Coffees.
F'lno Drawing Teas.
Conner & Snedeker,
se'JO C'or. Market A Fourteenth Ht*.
Mention, Sportsmen!
OUR STOCK OF FINE
Breach Loading Guns,
nr Fall Trade, In uow complete. Wc have Ount
ura ST> to $15 each, representing nearly every
liable timkcr known. Qnr prices are gtiarau
ou iu low aa any nouse in too country. tan
wl see us or write tor prices.
I. C. DILLON & CO.,
Jeweler*. l'~t Market Street.
We arc Agents for Chamber!iu ?fc Peters' Cart
dge Co.'s loaded shells. kCJI
teal Almanac-September,
MUSIC TEACHER RISES at hi* usual hour,
i anil plans and dreams out n wide awake uiuslcal
campaign.
i MUSIC TEACIIEK SETS lii* wits at work Ui
devise the lusst methods, aud cowhides thai
i there Is no better way than to use Dltson A
Co.** Superior Music Books.
Writes for catalogues, specimens and descriptions.
HE BEGINS TO KISII for engagements.
Catalogues arrive.
Ho is favorably impressed with the followin#:
Royai.Pingkk (GO rents, or $<;.C0 dozen) for
Singlugt'hisses and HighSchools: Jehovah's
I'HAisKtfl, or 9!) dozen) for Choirs. Classes,
Conventions,Jaered?nd Secular Music; So no
Mani'ai, (Book l.Weents, Book '.Mo cents,)n
complete new music course for Schools;
I'nitcp Voices (50 cts, Si.m) dozen) a collection
of School Song*: anthems of 1'iiaisk(31.
or |<J do* >: Dow'sSACBKnOBPHKUSFoitMai.r
Voices t$l,i has U2 good and new sacred
quartets?Just out.
The teacher concludes still to use the very
succcsfful KiciiAitbsoN * New Method ron
tiik I'l/.NOKOKTK but gladly avails
himself of the new classic cdleetloun;
I'lANO Cl.AMCS (SI.*0): Cl.AHSICAI. PIANIST
(11.00), as containing the best pieces for
practice..
Anv Hook Mailed for the RlImII Prli-n.
OLIVER DITSON ft CO., Boston.
i If. Ditook & Co.. 8(171]roadway. No? York.
nc17-?t1uw
iorne & Ward,
No. 41 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
a kb ready with
LARGEST ASSORTMENT
and
LOWEST PRICES
in the following 11 new of goods for
'all aid Winter Season!
Dress mid WmpTrimmings. Muflfc, IJoan, Fur
Collar*, lu all the Fiudilonablo Fun;,
nderwear, Hosiery, Cloves,
Ml klndxand dcKcriptinn? for Men, Women
and Children.
kol.v. aukstv in vmsuuuun for
r. .litc'KOr'* Nntnrnl Sanitary llcnllh
Wool Underwear.
torne & Ward,
So. 41 VinH WEMifc. _
SwuMI
11^8 J $f!oo ^
SibSs'lT
gggpg:'^P"
.-m-KlROW . "
[Qtaal Savings Bank
Him Removed from No. 41 Twelfth Street to
o. 1160 MAIN STREET,
Next Door Above Exchange Bank.
>ooh bunliieM* on the mutual plan; ha* no capiitock;
the entire profit* are divided among
depositor*.
ivMcnds declared in January ?n<l July,
auk oih'U fur bu?lne*a daily from 6:30 P. X. to
) P. M.
pen on Saturdays at 4:30 p. x.
t-jKi.-iu received from one dime up.
ney to Loan on Real Estate Security.
HOWARD IIAZLETT, Pw*ldcnt.
B. SIMPSON, KLWAKI) ROBERTSON,
Vfce-Prcatdenu.
r. 0. WlLKINKON, ALU. MITCHELL,
Secretory. Tmuurcr.
rO ADVERTISERS.
lilt of l.OOOnewnpapen divided intoSTATES
DEJECTIONS will be Mnt on application?
o thoM who want their adverting to pay.
can offer no better medium (or thorough and
ctlve work than the various Mellon* of our
*ct Local List.
GEO. P. ROWKLL &. CO..
Newapaper Advertising Bureau.
|8>XWMW lo Spruce Street. New York.
Ceo. E. Stlfel & Co.
Geo. E. Si
dfc CO.
Grand Display or Elegant Kovelti
SILKS,
VelvetsiPlush'
I'LAIX AM) NOVEL
Combinations in Wool and ?
AND WOOL
Fine Dress Fabrii
The Latest and Best Styles fr
the Eastern Markets.
TUB NEW WEAVES
Milanais and Roy,
In Plain, Bucounc and Hrochc Strij?cfl 1
Street ami Krcaltig Wear.
All-Wool Dress Fabri
Silk ami Wool Stri]*-* ami I'lairi*, am
SILK WARP HENRIETTA
ROBE
PATTERN
Ladies' Cloths
And Broadclot
EXCLUSIVE STYLE# 4 PATTERN
1114 Main S
B<?17
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
J.S.RHODES&C
NEW FALL AND WINTE1
Dress Good
NEW WOOL HENRIETTA
In the correct shades for the acuon.
New Broadcloths.
New Wool Plaids and Stripes,
FOR COMBINATION SUITS.
BARGAINS IN
HOSIERS
Schopper's Best Fast Bl;
Ladles' Hose
. 25 CENTS,
Worth 40 Cents.
J. S. RHODES & C(
wcin
Boots and Shoes.
BOOTS AND SHOE!
AT REDUCED PRICES,
In Itcmnaut LoU, to make room for New G
to arrive.
Also a full lino of Hcanouablc Uooda on fc
Quality and Prices to suit tho times, at
A. G. WINCHER'S
1123 Main Street.
)v1~ ROGERS' [IUK
Business Cards.
JOSEPH A. ARKLE,
il S Psnsinn unit flaim Ittnmm
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Collector and Notary Public. Rent* Coll?
All business entrusted to my aire will rec
prompt attention. Call on or address
Jyai 4117 JACOB 8TKEE
JJEDMAN & CO.,
Honor;)! MorhinlofQ.
And Manufacturer! of Marine tad Statloi
Knglnei,
Co*. CHiruvt a Kiohtukth Bt*.,
WHKWJNO. w. V
Musical Goods.
piA.NO FOR SALE.' *
If you want to bar flae Upright Piano
*reat bargain, mil immediately at
F. W. BAUMKR & OO.'tf,
ael7 HlO Market 8tre<
Ceo. R. Taylor & Co.?New Fall and Winter Goods.
| ~ SEW FAIL h WINTER
DRESS
UUUUb!
NOW READY FOR INSPECTION.
Geo.R.Taylor&Co.
6S y
r N The Shipments of Last Week anil the Arrirals Mm*
this Morning muke our ^
* o NEW STOCK ?
^ PAUm T7T17 Tl
LUIYirLL 1L ?.
jSj And More Attractive than Eyer Before.
' O DRESS GOODS I
RL? DEPARTMENT. 3
< Drap de Ete Suitings, 2
IX NEW AMI CHOICE COLORS.
B> I? Drap Alias Suitings, . D
1 * IX NEW AND CHOICE COLORS. ^
.. n i n i!. n ^
s. men ana Benin serges,
^ IN ALL THE NEW COLORS.
. French and Berlin Plaids,
OIX CHOICE COMMUTATIONS. ^ J
Combination Pattern Dresses, O
fyl VKKY CHOICE. Q
BROADCLOTHS Q.
o_ At $1.00, $1.2.-1, $1.60, $1.75, $1.8i> and f2.50. CO
Paa D TATTIA JPT PA
s iicu.n.iayiurtt iu.,
1150 MAIN STREET.
?t. __
Frow & Bortschy?Furnituro and Carpets.
c A ROUSING CALL.
' Must bo Riven to pvoplo who will not wako up to tho necessity of coining to
Critically Examine Our SPRING STOCK.
* It U a beautiful assortment of thu very
?LATEST STYLES AND HIGHEST QUALITIES !?
nrmiTTmrmn inn Axnnrirnn i
fUKmiunEi Any uAlifMo!
T Oil Cloths and Linoleum,
Y Window Shades and Curtain Poles,
-L Saxony Chlidema Rugs, New,
Smyrna and Moquett Rugs,
aok Fancy and Plain China, Napier and Cocoa Mattings.
WYou will find it toi7 profitable to vi?lt oa uid Iniipcct our careful lyicloctol Bprlu* Stock flrit
Frew&Bertschy,
111-7 n/t ^? oj
111/ ividin oli eel.
(Special attention given to UndertaklngandArtoNal Embalming.
, Telephone calls answered at all hours.
= C. Mendel & Co.?Furniture and Carpets.
5!THE NEW STYLES
.AR.E I
oodi
Wo arc ptoudd to annauacc largo arrlv&lH of Xuvr Uoodn, (rv^U from the manufacturer*. Your'
attention in luvltefl to a choice, complete anil carvfulljr selected aiworttncnt of the Newest and
lanu. moHt Charming Kflect* in
Parlor and Chamber Suits,
DINING-ROOM, HALL & LIBRARY FURNITURE,
?Single Pieces Miscellaneous Furniture,?
?AND?
3ted. ninnnmn t titat mmn att at Amnn
wumro, liflulfiuma, uil uluihj),
it.
Rugs, Mats, &c., &c.
In every Department wo offer unparalleled Inducement* to buyer* In the way of Hitch Claw
Good* of quality beyond question, and to theso wo add unllmltod variety In all new novelties and
the STRONG INDUCEMENT OF LOW PRICES, by which wo shall demonstrate that the Cheapest
aa well aa the Choicest stock Is that of ^
-G. MENDEL & CO.,
Furniture & Carpets,
No. 1124 MAIN STREET.
?t. ^^Undertaking a Specialty. ??
Amusements.
j OPERA HOOseT
THURSDAY, SEPT. 20.
AIIWAVS GET THE BEST.
JOHHSORSLAWS
Majestic and Matchless
Minstrels. i
50 Brilliant Artists. 50 I
The only (ireut Mluttrel Company now Mor? I
the public.
Mujeclle, Novel, Unique tirat i?art.
W'ouderful Prill and i'U>g lHinre, I
(iltASU 1'Alt.VltE AT NOON. . |
Admi*?lou, "5 auil 60 ceut>. KcmtvuI
$1 00. Beam on Nile at Hou*e'* Mum, .-tore; *;e
to commence Tuesday. Kcptetnl>cr k H-U
Proposals.
" proposals for convict labor.
\VWT VlKtilNlA I'KNITF.NTUUV,
MOUNDMIIU., W. VAi
Scaled Proposal* will be received by the undcrflKnud
until 12o'clock meridian,..nTuwdiy
September a, for the labor of one liuudr^j
convlctn. or *ny lc*8 number that may u> ?itKlred,
to be employed within the IvmtentUrr
foratermof from three to five year*, mid to be
furul*hcd on the lut day of November, iw. , r
sooner If dealrvd.
Proposal* inust beneuled and addnywl
8uponntcndeatuid endorsed "Did* forUbor."
The Board reserve* the right to reject *ur ur
all bid*.
Any further Information dc?lrcd will u- for.
uUhed upon application to the Ku|tvriniemletu.
lty order of the ltoard of Dlrecton..
KDWAHD ROUKKTSON.
an:tQ-ThK.ts SniMTiiitiu.l.-Tit
General Notices.
City Tax Notice.
Okpick ok City Coluctoii, )
I'l'in.to BcatHM..
WIIKKI.INO, W. Va., September 17, Kv>.J
Notice I* hereby riven that the City Tnxw lor
18? will Ikj due and payable at tin- otUcu of tl.r
City Collector, f'tlblfc mdldlm:, Monday. ?m.>
ih.t 1, 188*.
rvrvoUNpnyiai; ai.i. their luxe* mi or M?n
tbo llr#t?Uy ??f November, i*h.n, w ill t*- cntitleJ
to n DIMX>UNT of "J per tflll (iu Cit\ l
Tbu tiixi-M on Ut-Hl KhUte will l?tnr iiiti-r?>i
from November I, iMK.nt theruteoi in n:iu ?.>?
I'KU ASSVM until |Mti<!
s. l. brice,
nel" ruy follwtor.
jyjONKY
TO LOAN
On First MorUptge Security on Ohio ihul kiuif,
From <mo to five yearn
It. t. how km,,
Innunuirc ami Kent Estate a kent,
For Rent.
ok bknt-fultnisiTEi) koum&
Enquire nt So. b FHn*?nth hint-1, wiv
1^0It HKNT?A SQl'AKK PIANO IX
. xood rt-|Mtir. Add t ew "ii.,-' rare (lib oriiv.
ml*
j^ok kent. "
possession given october i.
llouhe No. w% South Front Mrwt, lojtnl
Ninuntl rh>, hot uud cold water, with all m<?l<
crn improvement*; utu l; Unbhfd io
geo. ii. i\ m.'hmiht,
kciu mi m win stfiri.
TjiOIl rent.
The Desirable Business Hoist
Now occupied by u*. For further jmrtNIim I
call OH W1CKIIAM A C'(tNAKI).
llusu Hall KxeliailgC,
Mil'.* No. UK* Muttl MUrt,
jpuli RENT.
Several Offices and Rooms.
8TORB-ROO.M 1048 MAIN STREET.
Lodging Rooms in Uaily's Jlloek.
II. KORIItS,
joH 11-12 Chui'lliii-- Htfift.
JPOR RENT.
The New Business llomo just completed si
No. 1007 Main Street.
The mafn business room Is luO fit'I, filled up
with all modern Improvements Apply to
JAMK> L. HAlVLKY,
JylO No. IfJi Mnlii >lm I.
For Sale.
^tuckTFOK.S AXE\
III KlinrcN IMhltv Null Mill.
'M Shares La Belle Null Mill.
.'*0 Sim res IjiiikIiIIii Nail Mill.
is shares Citizens Street Hallway. ]
l Shares Klsou Glass Co.
( shares Ohio Valley Hank.
It] Shares Commercial Hank.
1. IKWIN, ARfril.
BC12 No. >'l Tm lltli .-invL
Marshall county farms
FOR SALK.
Highly improved farm of HO acres, " mllw
south of iloundsville, convenient to church and
schools, within two miles of mill am! ?ture.
Farm of about CO acres, two miles from rlrer
> and railroad; part bottom.
W. V. HOOK .V: JIKO.,
JellO l!M"0 Market Street.
FOR SALE. I
Building I^otN in old Fair (iroundu, Zm'i
Orchurd, North ami 80111)1 Front Mwstt ?ii'l H
South I'cnn street, at very low ilKtirts.
A Four liootned Collate /or S'V>".
Seven Roomed Hoiim'. No. '.T South York M
a tree t, bath-room, Ac.
Six Kooincd llrirk Hoiimc, southwest <i>nitr
Thirty-eighth and Wood ?triei; will jmy ?* m?
investment.
Five Kootncd House, No. '.'I North Ilro*?!w?y I
street, all in lirstcluss condition; will I'mkc *
very pleasant home.
Seven Koouu'd House, No ..'1 North Front
street; river lot, on ground. |
Five itoouicd House nt 710 Market street; n [
good property cheap.
A good Three Hooined < .'otiage, l"t No- /
02South Huron street, f7So.
dwelling Houses a I way* on, hand fur rent..
Jy:?i C. O. SMITH. I.** Main St. | j
FOR SALE.
(24) Twtfiilj'fiuir Lots in CjiMwtII'h Atltl/* I
tldn to the l it) ol \Y lulling. <1
Said Lot* nre bounded on tin; north by Twenty- I
ninth street, on the cost by Fillmore street. ou
the south by the Hundlati Homestead, slid on
the west by the it. A: (). K. K.
Their proximity to the above named railroad
renders them excellent sites fur inHUUfactunoi j
establishments.
If not sold in thirty days will be sold st r?n?
lie RUCtiOU.
For terms and further Information aptt'y to I
W. V. liOGF .1 UK"
1 Mm Mnrkcl SUttt, j
Or Wu.IJah M. Uandun, . m |
aulfi H. W. Otr. Chapl'ne.v *Utn'iitns^
Real Estate.
FOR RENT. A
No. 'un clinpline Btrci't- j
>
WNi*?'aC3T Market Mm!
room*; ground ?'u" '"l '
No. 2fi.il Main rtreet.,H
No. VM EolT ?tmt. l-.JJ"
No. 1040 MdlOii Mark*
- ??^"^amesa.
henry. v
rT&nSu'Jr "ii'i I
ii
' *" " H
oommodtuvl ?t ?li?" o"""l
No! 1012 Market *treet, itore-rooiu ?i: 1 l*' ?
rooms ,
No. Hi.<7 Market Btrcct. More r.w.ir.
No. 1M> Main utrect. Ur-room an-l " ;r' , ?
thro* rooniH ami cellar , ,< m
No. '.'11 Eighteenth Mrcct. .i room- , ?
No. ISO Nineteenth street. moim
No. Zttft Jacob street. I rooiue<l h<
No.-jrwaJicobstreet, trooin"
No. ?vi Twerity-tblnl street. r.?.m- , (|)
No. 130D Jacobitwet.
No. I'JIB Alley II.newTwellth ' ,?i
loch utrcet m, , I
No. 1KB Alley II. near Twelfth m.-i , ?
loch*Ueet : , ; i"
No. .'"'il Woodi street
No. 2H0 Main ?trce?.:? rooms ami"
No. SO) Mult! street, 4 rooms. ,
! No. U7 Elcrcnth stre? t.. mi I
No. 174 Seventeenth street. I "?oi ,,,
No. Utt Alley C, -J rooms ............. : m
No. 2?3 Market strict, thiMH""
foiFsale.
No. 'J2& Main utreet, eutiUtmltiK
AnUhed attic. .. nv V!r I
A Desirable BulMl??r l-'- . 1
ftotoandBoutbiork ?tr? I
tree! a feet, on H..uib Wk>tri*t
No. CO North Front ?twt.
So. LM3f, Market itrwl.

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