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The Intelligencer.
Published Dally, Semi. Weekly an.I Weekly.
TKIIMS:
Tli? Dally Iutelllgenrer U Delivered hy Carrier*
in Wheeling and adjacent town* lit
I ft rent* per week.
By Midi, Pontage free In the (Jultori Hutcx.
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Dally, NUMoutliN I tM)
Dally, Three Moutli* ~ 0<)
Dally, One Mui ll< <10
Seiul.Weekly, One Year 'J 0"
Henil.Weekly, Mx Month* I J40
Weekly, One Year, 00
Weekly, tSix Month* HO
<irout-rediiclioda to t.Into. Hetnl fur .-atiiplv
coi'Ivs null circulars. Aildrvwi
H'.I'.W, <:\mI'I<KLI.& UAItT,
rOBI.INHKRM,
Nu?.& 'J7 Knutleeiitli hi reel,
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ii)> KccoiKl-^liifh Hint l?*r ]
flic Siiifliionirfr,
WIIEKLINU, \V. VA?OVTOIIKaS, IKHK#
KAT10MAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
KOU I'RKSIDKNT,
BENJAMIN MAKKISON.ol iudimm.
POIS VICE I'RKMPKNT,
LKVI P. MORTON, of Ncwr York.
KOlt EKECTOlM* AT*I.AItUK,
AUGUSTUS POLLACK, of Ohio County;
T. I'. DAVIKS, ol Fuyettc County.
DI.STKXT JiUXIOlW.
Klrtt?ANTHONY HMITII, of Tykr.
Second?K. K. FAST, ?>1 Mum>uptllti.
Thinl-J. \V. IIKA VNKK, of t>*hur.
Fourth?J. I.. CaLI>WL'M?oI (.'nIk'H.
w<? v cnil'P T!#'KKT
I7in?w ? ??>?
kui: <;ovki:noij,
tiKN. NATHAN GOKK, ol llarrlMJii Comity.
KOIl At'OITOl!,
(JKO. M. IJOWKIW.of JkTkdoy Couniy,
foil TltKASUJtKK,
HlItAM LLWIS,of Clay County.
roll ATTOItNKY <JKNKItAI?
WM. 1'. 1IUUHAKD, of Ohio County.
>011 SCmtlNTKSPUST OK hCUOOlA,
T. IJ. McI.UKK, of Wayne Couuty.
KOK JVD'ifJi SVrUKUU COVUT,
JOHN W. MASON, of Taylor County;
II. ('. McWHOltTKK.of Kuumvlui County.
Kon cononkm.
Hnt Dlitrict?0. W. ATKINSON, of Olilo.
Svtoiiti lMstrlct?W. II. H. I'l.lCK.of Bcrkelcj
'hiint l?IMrlrt-J. ii. Mc(ilNNl8, of IMIvIkIi.
J-(inrtb District?C. It. SMITH, of Wuo<l.
kou 6tati: hknatk.
It. !. SMITH.
Foil C1UCUIT Jl'DtiK.
Jo.sKI'H It. i'AULIi, of OliioCouuty.
JOHN A. CAMl'UKLI., of Hancock County.
KK1THMCAN COUNT V TICKET.
II017MK OK PBI.KQATKtf.
THOMAS 11. I.OUAN,
HUGO L WOH,
THOMAS I'KIKCK.
VV M IHTN'I.Al'.
B1IKK1KK.
THOMAS 0. MOW AT.
rUONKCUTINU ATTOKNKY.
J0SKP1I I). KLSON.
AMKM(OH.?.
Crr*?TIIOMAH M. J0NK8.
Country?A. J. hUil ui/17.K.
Mr. Cleveland is .still in that dee]
wide, gaping holt*.
The West Virginia Free Traders inigli
try the cheap expedient of putting ic
on their heads.
The argument of the S'J suit of clothc
?woolen at that?is that comfortabl
aud genteel clothing in this country i
not niado dear by the Protective Taril
The argument of tho desperate husii
whacking against the $SI suit is that th
Free Traders are hound to have clothin
dear if they have to spin tho yarn t
falsehood and weave the fabric of groa
misrepresentation.
That.suit hurls this Free Trader
because it hurts their cause.
United .Statics .Skn'.vtok Vent, of Mit
souri, one of thu preft rred henchmen c
tho Administration, in a letter to iWi
Charley xV. Napton, Secretary of the Ves
Democratic Club, of 'St. Louis, declared
, ''Mr. Ctevclnnil, in hi* iiirmiyc, for whia
J sinewty honor him, hn? challenged th
I'lvircun jimtintmo i>/ i???. iuhih^ .
jig lit of extermination. The jiyht i? to th
death." This is absolutely I rut*. It i
also a brutally fiank way to put it. An
the peoplo on the sides of their indus
tries, or on the side of the President nn<
the industries of England? This is tin
question. _
Ma. I'kaksox's exposition of the pot
tery swindle in the Mills bill is definite
clear and unanswerable. The bill strike!
Wheeling* growing potteryjndustry ii
a vital spot. To say that this was no
intended is to charge the men win
framed the hi and the men who posset
it .with inexcusable blundering. The}
have not blundered, except on the polit
ieal side. They knew what they wantcr
to do and they went about doing it
Their aim was to open the way for mon
of the products of the British potter
This is what their bill does, and it doe/
it with a vengeance.
Tim Irxitn l'lan.
It wofl in tlii! United States Senut<
that Senator Coke, of Texas, said: "J
will just say to the .Senator that if then
h any one thing in thittwrldthat the avcragt
Texan tcould <jo any number of mile? om
of hif way to kick and kill and dettroy, it u
a Protcctiue Tariff."
.Mr. Mills is an average Texan. lit
put through the House of Representatives
a bill approved in advance by President
Cleveland, later approved by the
convention which nominated Mr. Cleveland,
and endorsed by every Democratic
stumper in the country?a bill to
"kick ami kill and destroy a Protective
Tariff."
Yet the people of this country arc
told by the President that the measure
is "extremely moderate," and the people
are expected to endorse the bill by
re-electing Mr. Cleveland and sending
to Congress men who will support every
?,..Aqn?o flint, f.lm "livorniyo Texan"
or any other Free Trader may bring forwanl.
That is to say, the people arc expected
to vote uwny their birthright!
The Iwtto Kinprror Frwlrrlck.
The Dairy of the late Emperor Frederick,
of Germany, vrnfl written for himself,
not for the world. It was the record
of iiis communings with himself,
it throws the mirror into the soul of the
man ami shows him lit to be the ruler
o nrnnt. nPflllllt. It. tl?lln (if lllS StTUlT
gles, of his ambition to be u good and
true ruler when his timo to rule should
come. It bUowr that Frederick, not
Hismarck, was the Father of United Gormany.
The great world of to-day is little given
to throwing up its cap for monarchs
merely bccause they are monarch*, but
the world will never outgrow its admiration
of men true and noble, whoso character
is refined in the fires of great suffering.
"Unser Fritz," as the world will
always delight to remember him, waa
tried and proved by such suffering mentally
and bodily as falls to tho lot of few.
The cancer that gnawod at his heart
gave greater paiu than that which took
[ away all too soon the life of so much
pro mi wo to his country.
Natious, liko individuals, art* swayed
by sentiment. The Diary has already
inspired the German people with new
love for Frederick and u genuine veneration
of his gentle and lofty character. |
What part will thin popular sentiment
play against a government which uses
its strong arm to turn the heroic portrait
to the wall ? The question is of absorbinn
interest, and time only can answer it.
A Ntlugiiii; iiml l inicly Itrhukf.
The lute General Conference of the
Methodist Church condemned "the
practice of campmeetings and Sunday
school assemblies oi our church in keep
in# open gates and charging aamissiwi
fees on this Sabbath day." The West
Virginia Conference jnst adjourned reaffirmed
and endorsed this action, lidding,
"We will not attend or co-o|?erate
in liny way with any campineeting or
r association that permits the desecrations
which have already been mentioned."
The reference of the Went Virginia
Conference to the Mouudsville camp
ground performances is too pointed to be
misunderstood. It is not intended, to
leave room for misunderstanding. I'he
condemnation is leveled straight at the
Sunday exhibition of tlieTwo Sams Combination
for the gate money. These
rude departnres from the true line are
well termed "desecrations," and the
Two Sams, Jones ami Small, have been
the star attructions in tho desecrations.
Will the scathing condemnation turn
the .Mouudsville malingers from the error
of their way V llnrdly, for they have
before this understood that their doings j
were not regarded with favor by the
members of the Conference. Something
else may soften their hearts and
fitifTnonu out of their necks?the
failure of the Two Sains Combination to
pay as a commercial venture.
We understand that this consideration
has already taken hold of some of'
the managing minds. If the chastening i
rod fall upon the brethren in this form
it will help to compel obedienee to the
reasonable ruling <?f the Conference,
skj.vs or
Tin* Flrnt lC?-|iiil?li<'t(ii ConvMiitinii Kv?r
Ilt'ld in Kamlolpli County?'Tin* rirnl j
Tlflkot Jiomiuuto'il.
Pacini Corretpondcatx of the. JnftUlgaicer.
Bkvkuly, W. Va., Oct. 1.?The first
Republican county convention ever held
in Randolph county was held here Saturday.
There was a large number of i
Republicans present, perhaps the largest
gathering of Republicans ever held in
the county. Great enthusiasm prevailed.
The Democratic candidates for Governor
nml Attorney General were billed to
, speak hero on the same day. Both jiai'
ties assembled at different points of the
town and made a procession through
the main streets. At the Court House.
1 the two parties met, the Democrats were1
e headed by Judge Fleming ami (Jen. |
Caldwell. The Republicans hailed
them as they passed by thu, waiving of
<s flags and hats and hurrahing for Harri-j
L, son and Morton, Ciofl', Flick and Iloke, J
while at the same time the leaders of the
? procession sang several campaign songs.
I'. The Democrats were greatly chagrined I
i. that the Republican procession was the
e largest aud the Republicans enjoyed it
hugely. The Republican convention asK
sembled in the Methodist church, and
>f was called to order by f>. I.. Baker, Gluiirw
flfau of the County Iixecutivo Commit-1
tee, who named >S. B. Hart, temporary
chairman, and Alvin Vojrel, temporary
8 secretary, which was" afterward made1
permanent, with the addition of A.M.!
Hradv as assistant secretary, after which !
j- the following ticket was nominated, each
,f hy acclamation:
Sheritr, I). R. liakcr; I'roscc.uting Attorney,
A..I. Valentine; Commissioner
I County Court, Elijah Cooper; Assessor, I
It'iutnct I'olcr Mflililnn? Aum-HBor. I
F, Second District, James Wilinoth; County
Surveyor, John B. Snyder.
' * The following resolution was cnthusj1
nstically adopted:
c The lte publicans of Randolph county
j. in convention assembled llrinlv believe
in the principles of the Republican
' party. Therefore,
Resolved, That we fully endorse the
1 National amrState platforms, Congressa
ioual and judicial resolutions, ami that
we hereby pledge our individual support
to their nominees, and we further
. pledge ourselves to employ every reasonable
effort to secure the complete or'?
pani/.ntion of the Republicans of Knn3
dolph county as a party.
i The Republicans also raised a hand^
some Hag, !."> feet by 25 feet, which has
inscribed upon its folds the legend?
' "Harrison and Morton, Goll',.Flick and
I Hoke." This is the lirst Republican
Hag ever unfurled to the, liree/.e in Beverly.
The very best order prevailed
during the entire proceedings, and every
' Republican went homo feeling that he
. had done a noble day's work.
J To-night the hotels are crowded, as
I the Hemiblicana of .this the Tenth Sena
' toriai District, lioi?l their convention hero
s to-morrow to nominato a candidate for
Senator, who will undoubtedly be T. E.
Davis, of Grafton. Gen. Goti is here,
a8nrc also the Hon. A. li. Fleming, Gen.
j Caldwell and Gov. li. W. Wilson. Gen.
r Goff has at hist found his opponent,
Judge Fleming, in the "interior of ihr
" State."
A ltnilroml Clerk Wake* Up nml Drawn
' ?1.1,000.
' Mr. Frank Lawrence Dant held onetwentieth
of ticket No. a,894, which drew
, the Capital prize of $.'100,000 in the Louisiana
State Lottery, August ". It was
collected by the Citizens' National Bank
at Louisville. He is an intelligent and
i ailable gentleman, only twenty-two
. years olu and unmarried. For three
years he kept books for his father, Mr.
J. \Y\ Dant, proprietor of a large distillery
of an old brand of pure Kentucky
whisky at Pant's station, fourteen mile's
from Lebanon, Ky.?llarnxlgbitrg (Kg.)
Sayings ami Doings, August 28. iuw
Dkink Malto, it is pleasant.
Tub Dress Maker's friend?"MileEnd"
Snool Cotton.
Kvcry luflbrer U cnruwtljr requeued lo try It
and thoy will niknowlcdjco it to Iw
A Wonderful Medicine
For a Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion
and all Disorders of
4 1 I I IIA *
fcliu UI?UI .
11 art? liko mnftlc, "*?tl n lew doccs wrill Iks
found to work wonder* upon tue mont importnnt
orgnii* of the human maeblue.
"I have use?l Simmon* Liver
ilegulutor m?ny yennmnd wii
c-onnclentioiwly ??>" it l? the
Kin* of nil Liver KemedlM. I
consider It n medicine chent
In iiwli"
J. II. Oakdnkr, Suffolk, V*.
Eznts ine to MO that jron get tlie frontline. Di?tlmmfehcd
from nil fraud* and imitation* bv our
red Z Trade-Mark on front of Wrapper, and on
iheMdo the *eal and Denature of J. il. Zkiun
Co. (H-lxwr.iv
Special Notices.
FITfl^FK...?.|*dlr?. by Hr. KUne'l
Oreat Nerve lUutorer. So Klta after flrat dar'a
unc. Marrelous cures. Treatise ana f-'oo trial
bottlo free to Kit caaca. Hend to Dr. Kline, V31
Arch itfeou 1'hlladclphU, fa. aw rw
A Voice from Newbury.
To th' Editor ofjjic Intelllprncer.
Sin*.?Newlmrg is situated cm the line ]
of the Baltimore it Ohio railroad, twelve ,
miles east of Grafton, and has prohahly 1,000
to 1,200 inhabitant**, most of whom ;
urc! alive to the practical issues of the ^
day. It has a Harrison and Morton club ?{nearly
100 members, continually grow- j
ing larger and more enthusiastic.' ?
\Ve believe in Protection to American Jnduntrie*.
We heartily endorse the National
Republican platform, which fully ^
defines the position of the G. O. P. so that
it can be understood by any and all
classes. e
This is not so with the Deuioeiatic H
party. They say a "tariff for revenue ~
onlv" one day and "free trade" the next, (
ami foolish enough to think that by this
means they can reduce the "surplus" ?
that is now in the treasury of the United j!
.States and brought there through the v
wise management of the Republican* *purty.
Surplus and Democracy are in- _
compatible. t
Our club was addressed last night in '
Allen's hall, bv ex-Senator \V. M. <>.
Dawson, of ICingwood. Mr. Dawson J
began by saving that "I am not an orator
but *a plain, blunt man, and speak ?
ri^ht out," and lie did speak right out J
for more than an hour, and, nlthough
nut ?>loatient. lie used such arguments
tliut the Democracy "could neither gain- bay
nor resist." Tlie tariff question wan
W.-11 discussed in such a manner as to
even win the smiles of approval from
the most obstinate Free Trader. j
Preston county will roll up at least
1,800 for Harrison, .Morton and Goff. J
Fidklis.
Newbnrg, Preston county, Sept.
in i>ri?iitiy, i'.'iimclutioti,
Consumption, and Wasting in Children.
Scott's hmulsiou of l'un; Cod Liver Oil '
with Ilypophosphites, is a most valua- i
, hie food and medicine. It creates an *
appetite for food, strengthens the nev- :
vous system, ami builds tip the body.
Please read: "I tried .Scott's Emulsion ,
?n :i young man whom physicians at
times gave up hope. Sinco he begun
using the Emulsion his cough lius reusi'il,
gained flesh and strength, and from
all appearances his lite will he prolonged
many years."?Joiin* Sullivan, Hospital
Htewurt, Morganxa, Pa. mwiwv
Slander is slime which envious people
throw on others better than themselves.
I Ki'i-i ifitKii from a verv severe cold in
I my head for months and nst*l every|
tiling recommended but could get no.re'
lief. Whk advised to uso Ely's Creatn
Halm. It lnw worked like magic in its
cure. I am free from my cold after using
the Halm one week and I believe it is
the best remedy known. Keeling grateful
for what it has done for me i send i
this testimonial.?Samuel J. Harris, ;
Wholesale Grocer, 110 Front street, New
York.
Two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm cured
the wife of a well known U. S. A. General
and also two army oiliccrs in Arizona
of catarrh. * mwfmv
1>IKI>.
|,0(iAN?At III* residence ou Momlar, October
1118.-S, At 10o'clock a. in.. I?r. Thomas II.
Looan, In tbctflfit yenrof h In ago.
Funerti! will Uike place from hto la e residence,
No. 051 Main htrect. on Thursday morning at
iuoi'ioik. iiiiuiiui-iu |iiivaiv uk uictbb ? ,
Cemetery*
UKYMKR?On Mouday, October I. lHtt, at 3:fl0
o'clock |>- in.. Mr*. Sarau, wife of the late
William lteymer, aj;ed 7i! yearn.
Funeral fccrvice* at the residence of her win,
A. Ueymcr, No. 1*5 Zane Ktrcet, thin (Wednewday)
afternoon at V! o'clock. Krlenda of the .
family arc invited to attend. Intermeut at
Mt. \V??od Cemetery.
McDONOUGII?On Monday afternoon, Octolxr
1. lKX<,al the Wheeling Uoaidtul, L.u'onujt
McDo.ioi'uu, In the 2&th year of hi* age.
I'nncrul will take place from St. John's ('hnrch,
Ilenwood, W. Va.. Thursday morning, Octol?er
I. Interment at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. '
WORTH $1^000! !
ITBSTIJIOMAliOF Him.TIIOS.FAULK,
OF IHiltlEX COUNTY.
| Would not Take $1,000 for It-Relieved
of Fifteen Years' Suffering
from Dyspepsia. 1
ai.Ai\wt.\, (Ja., June '22.1w7.?b. II. It. ComI
iv.my, Atlanta, tin.?Gentlemen; I had suffered
(rout Hint terrible disease, iJy?pepbl?, for over I
I fifteen years, and during that time tried everythinrr
i could hair of, and spent over three bunilred
dollars in doctors' hills without receiving
the Hli^h(C5t benefit. Indeed, 1 continued to
grow worse. Finally, after 1 despaired of ohLid:iitie
relief, a friend recommended It. ft. II.
, Ohitauie Wood IVdm), and 1 began using it; not,
anwevi-r, expecting t<? lie benefitted. After
I using half a Itottlc 1 was satisfied that I whs bein?
benefitted, and when the sixth bottle was
taken 1 felt like a new man. 1 would not take
81,000 for the Kood it has done me; in fact, the
relief I derived from it Ik priceless. I firmly Ik.?
Heve that 1 would have died had I not taken it.
Respectfully, etc..
THOMAS PAULK.
For the blood, me If. it, H. , I
For scrofula, it.se II. I'. IS. 1
l'or catarrh, uw It. It. It. 1
For rheumatism, use II. B. It.
For kiduey troubles, tee 11. II. It. I
For ?kin dlscoics. use It. B. I*.
For eruption*, uso B. B. B.
l-'or all blood jKiison, use B. It. It.
At-k your nelghlior who hits uned B. B. B. of It#? '
merit*. (Jet our hook freo tilled w J th certificate* j
ol wonder I u1 cures.
SPEjCIAL. f
All who dcairo full Information about the *
cause ami euro <'f Blood Poison*, Scrofula or
Scrofulous Swelling*, Ulcers, Sore4, Itheuma- 1
tlMii, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh, etc.. can Hecure
by mall free, a coy of our :f.'-page Illustrated
Hook of Wonder*, tilled with the most wonderful
ami MurtliuK proof ever before known. .
Add reus, BLOOD BALM CO., 1
Atlanta. Ua.
LOGAN & CO.,
i
Stationery. '
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at tiik
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i
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Akistocracy. A novel. I'aper, M contf. t
The Protectionist'!! Manual. Cloth, "6 ct*.
Our fall fttock of Standard Bonk* Mngreccivnl. CI
Nearly (WO new VoIuuicm added to our wonderful
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Day Books,
Ledgers,
Journals, 4c., /
PENS. INKS AND PENCILS, "
WALL TAPER and BORDEBS,
Baby Carriages,
STANDARD BCM'iNG FLAGS.
Ur?oM utock nod crcntint variety in the Slate.
com Tvum ui *ni)icaie pricus, t>y
josepTTgraves,
imf. ai TWELFTH STKKKT. _
JJASE BALLS, (
Bats, Masks, Gloves aid Belts,
Croauct mill Hammock*.
Books, Mhkh/Iiics hiiiI Paper*.
C. IL Qt'IMHY, w,
IkHXRcllcr unci Ncwwloaler,
jc9 Sot. 1414 ana 1607 Market Street.
New Advertisements.
i70r sale-lot of household
L uud Kitchen Furniture nt 1 U*J Chap'luc
tfrct oca
Furnished rooji wanted by i
fciiiKlt-'KiMitlciuiin. Addrcaa at once, **Uoon,"
mclllKt'iiif r ifllif. cx'.l
C*0R RENT?A FURNISHED ROOM
P with nuturnl and illiiTiiiriuiliiKK-f- API1')'
t l'Xtt Market urert. o.::
I? OR SALK ? SKVENT Y-FIVE
I empty WliUkj Barrel h, In ?;ood order uud
ondition. apply n? J. w. Hcntkk. o?-i
1X7ANTED HOY ABOUT Hi OK 18
T T yearn of ujfu to work In u utorc. (?ne ?1th
xprelence prclcrmL- M. J. McFADDKN, 1 :j>
ml i:^' Market ritwt. octi"
MH AMBER OF COMMERCE.
'I'he member* are roqunted to meet i?t tho
hnmWr promptly at *J o'clock Thumday morn*
'tviddenl Thorna* If. I,pgaii. In aeconlam-u
rith resolution* adopted ul its iiii't'tiiitr livid
otolwr'2. HOWARD IIAZLETT.
CK-3 Sivrt'UtryM
UXS, lflKLES AND REVOLVERS.
U( HOOE it BRO.. >'o. UI3 MarkotSl.,
arc iikviiU for the celebrated
keystone Doublo Barrel Breech
Loading Shot Cun,
>11(1 other make* of Gun*. JUUea and Revolvers
||m> CliiiinlivrliUu'N mid l'?tcr'* t'urtrid|;eft.
Fine Pocket aud Table Cutlery a Specialty.
All tbo above Kooda at reumrkublv low figure*.
Hi:t MtfUIV 1H??K A: ItltO.
TO ADVERTISERS.
A lint of 1.000 newspapers divided Into STATES
kNl> SECTIONS will be kcnl vm application?
I'll EE.
TothoMtwho want their advertising to |>ny.
ivo can oiler no better medium for thorough und
ili'ctlve work than the varlouM Mietiou* of our
<KLixr Local. Lthf.
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Newiipaper A?lvcTti?liJK Bureau,
ocaonvnw 10 Sprint' Street. New York.
VfOTIOE.
All Ketuil Grocer* hikI ProvUlon Men-haul* of
the city will meet thin (Wuducaday) evening uj ?
clock, nt HuIMIuk Ahm>o|iiIIou Hull, CraUglp'H
lllock, i:<ls Mmki't street, for permauent ??rK?tniuitluu,
adopting constitution ami electing "Ulcer*.
W.l COMMITTEE.
JjMNK GLASSWA11E!
Ricli Cut Crystal Ware
For Wedding <>r Anniversary Gift*.
New (ioodn at reasonable price#.
EWING BROS.,
QCJ r>'lfi Market St. t(cl,ure HoUm-.
jpuit KENT.
The Desirable Business House
Now occluded by u?. For further particular**
call on WICKHAM & CONAItn,
llano Unit Exchange,
nelD Ncy 1818 Main btrcet.
xv. o, PKtra, a ......
Lffrntlun tn jlOifi t. . ;
llnlliiiuifn mtiirn- t i? ,
l?4ir. htiin.m ?.
?!? I ..
MmJj, ?. -.t
p omiiicrcUl nml mu?(i .1. N- i
'- III ncvr. in <01 ?: . I
Bit)s-"" '
mil i?.iy UMnlliitf, I'-lkT.nir. = 1 nun . , r, |
Mtalocue aiHic* . W. <?. KKII- ilnrliliiinmiii, \V, \ ..
GOLD DUST FLOUR!
We arc plcured to Itiiortn our cuntumcr* that
tin* mill fruui which we net <>nr
Gold Dust Flour
hivs ukttlu tvHumcl operations. awl we *tc now
nblo to supply our customers Willi thnt jtccrlebf
art Id v.
Finest Cape Co<l ('rnnberrie*.
New Siwuiish unions.
Conner & Snedeker,
mC.? (.'or. Market A Fourteenth St?.
Public Sale.
The City of Wheeling, through it? Kitmuce
Committee, by the authority of Council, will, on
SATURDAY, SBITKM11ER 29, 1888,
it 10 o'clock n. in., offer for ml? nt public nucLioti,
at the front door of the Court House of
l)hlo county, nil of that part or pared of ground
iuuuvu ur the
Old Court Houso Property,
Including the improvements thereon, Kituute on
the southeast eorner ??f chapline mid Twelfth
?trcet*, Wheeling, W. Vii.
TkrjimokSai.k? one-third owh and as much
more lis the purchaser may elect; balance in
iwoiHtual payment* at six and twelve months
kvith interest.
The highest and fiest offer will lj? reported to
i/OtiiK'il tor eontiniintlon or rejection.
I'. B. DOHHIN0,
se?! Chairman Finance Committee.
The above sale Is tulUturned to Saturday, Octo|>crt'.,
lKSti, at 10 o'clock a. io.
or.' 1'. It. BOBBINS, Chairman.
FOR RENT.
S'o. 2M5 Market nt., store-room and cellar.. Co
S'o. l?M7 Market Nt.. store-room and cellar...!-'* 00
S'o. '.iM'.l Market street, third floor. 00
S'o. WW Market street, third floor (0
S'o. HMO Market street... W 00
S'n. nil" Murki-t Mri'ft. Morc-rooin and two
rooms '*> 00
S"o. lo,it Market street. a tore room 10<o
S'o. lU-D MhIu street, bar-room ami fixtures.
three room* ami cellar ' *> 00
S'o. *J11 Kljthtcentli street,rooms C fco
S'o. Iftfi Nineteenth street,roomed house... ?' w>
S'o. 1305 Jacob street. I roomed house 0 i-o
So. 2WJ Jacob street. I rooms 7 (*
S'o. KM) Jacob street, I-toom* h (o
S'o. 120:1 Alley II, near Twelfth iad MeColloch
street 0 00
So. 1205 Alley U, uear Twelfth aud McColloch
street 00
S'o. 2H01 Woods street. 2 rooms ami attic 7 00
S'o. 2510 Main street,:: rooma ami collar 0 to
S'o. 97 Kleveilth street, 8 rooms ami cellar.. (?)
S'o. 03ft Alley C, 2 rooms .. ft 00
FOfTsALE.
House ami Lot corncr of Centre ami Marshall
itreets, Fulton.
No. aftS Matu btreet, containing 15 rooms ami
Inlshed attic.
A lJcsirable Rulhllug Lot cornering on \ ir(luiaaml
?outh York streets; fronts on Virginia
itreet ?' ." feet, on Houth York street 12*1 feet.
No. 2126 Market street.
No. 2/21 Cluipllne street.
No. W Fourteenth street. S roomed house,
rroutul 80 feet front, running to alley an equal
rhlth.
ooms; ground a full hull lot: priceSii'i.
No. 'jt'aj Main street, Sl.i'AX
No. y:?i EolY street, fcV-tW
No. loio ami 1042 Msrkct street.
No. ISO Twelfth street, with house on alley, a
ull lot of ground.
JAMES A. HENRY,
teal folate Ageut, U. S. Pension and Claim At*
torney, Collector and Notary Public.
W28 HU'i MAKKCTSTRKKT.
SEAL SKIN
JACKETS.
In a variety ol shapes and
lioicc designs, triiimied and un,rimmed.
Also Persian and other J
alley Jackets, at very moderate
iriees. Fashion-plates, desrripive
catalogue, anil price list.
Irders hy mail, or iniormation
lesired, will receive special and
iroiupt attention. When ensoniers
tire known to the house, 1
ir satisfactory references are fur- '
lislied, goods will We sent on npiroval.
C, 6. l
JDNTHER'S SONS, <
(ESTABLISH KD A. D. lfttO)
184 Fifth Avenue, ,
SEW YORK CITY.
ocl
1ARPET '
SWEEPERS! 1
The Improved Ci rand Rapid* nml Improved A
rown Jewell with robber furniture protector: K
ie beat Sweepers in the market, at the Hard- It
lire and HouftOfurniihlnr Htoro of I'
NESHITT Jc DUO.. h
*: ?) 1312 Market Stteet.
Ceo. E, Stlfel & Co.
Geo. E. Stifel
<r*> no.
Grand Display of Elegant novelties,
SILKS,
VelvetsiPlushes
l'LAIS ASH NOVEL
Combinations in Wool and Silk,
AND WOOL.
Fine Dress Fabrics,
The Latest pnd Boot Styles from
the Eastern Markets.
THK NKW WEAVES
Milanais and Royal,
Iti Plain, IJiuoimc and UrochO Stripes for
Street and Kvculag Wear.
All-Wool Dress Fabrics,
Silk and Wool Stripe* and Plaids, and
SILK WARP HENRIETTAS,
%
-R.OT3TT!
PATTERNS
Ladies' Cloths
And Broadcloths.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES & PATTERNS.
1114 Main St.
pel"
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
J. S. RHODES & GO.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
Dress
Goods.
NEW WOOL HENRIETTAS,
In tliu correct shade* for ilie Hasoti.
Kew.Broadclotlis.
Kew Wool Plaids and Stripes,
KOI! COMBINATION SUITS.
liAIKiAIXN IN
HOSIERY
bchoppor'8 L?ost hast BiacKi
Ladies' Hoso
25 CENTS,
Worth 40 Cents.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
M?ia
Logan & Co.
These Cool Mornings
BUctill nn*l lUittor Cake* are In upeeinl favor ut
:he brcukfart initio. To pet them in their fierfec*
;Ion of cri*p whoiefcomeness you need to we
LOGAN & CO/S
Excelsior Baking Powder.
. Ilemomber.?No purer or better Powder mmle.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
for Surgical Imttrumentu and Appliance*,
frUMC*, .sunportern, Shoulder limm, Hyringe*,
ilaxtic Stockings, Deformity Apparatus, ?kc.
LOGAN & CO.,
DruggiMK, Hriiigu Corner.
Fresh Goods. NewStyles
In Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Sc.
' Arc opening Into I'lvolce# of Shoe Uruitlie* nud
'ooth brushes. Call unci examine.
LOGAN & CO.,
ltni(nrht?, Bridge Corner.
S01&-D4V
Jhlna, Glass and Queensware.
JU8T RECEIVED
And open for inspection,
"he Carter Patent Stoneware Filter
and Cooler Combined.
nd Family Filter. The best nud moit reliable
liter* In the market. No corroding metals. No
:o water impurities. Plroplu in construction,
crfect In operation. Flulahed in artistic and
Ighljr ornamental ntjrlc. JOHN FR1KDKI.,
Je2 1119 Main Street and 1122 Water fit.
r Geo. B. Taylor & Co.?New Fall and Winter Goods.
NEW FALL & WINTER
DRESS
GOODS!
I
NOV READY FOR INSPECTION.
Geo.R.T aylor&Co.
,
OThe .Shipments of Lust Week and the Arrirals
tills Morning make our
Q NEW STOCK ^
<3 COMPLETE I
And More Attractive than Ever Before. *m"
Mr
9 dress" goods ?
. 1 :r
DEPARTMENT. 3_
>? r+
^ Drap de Ete Suitings, 2
I.N NEW ANI) CHOICE COLORS.
HDrap Almas Suitings, D
IN SEW AND CHOICE C0I.011S. ^
fyi French and Berlin Serges, $
iv til tiii.< vru* /'/uikik
14* JlUU I III! llJill
. French and Berlin Plaids, ^
OIN CHOICE COMHISATIOXS. J
Combination Pattern Dresses, 0
r J 1 VEKV CHOICE. Q
^ BROADCLOTHS Q.,
At ^ 1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.85 anil $2.50.
Geo. R. Taylor <S Co,
tier* MAIM OTDCCT
I1UU ivi/-\im w 1 UL-L- 1 .
G. Mendel & Co.?Furniture and Carpets.
THE NEW STYLES
AEB ZR.ZELAXT2-!
Wo are pleased to anuounce Iiirge arrival* of New Goods, fresh from the inunufacturcrH. Your
attention Ih Invited to a choice, completo and curefully wjlectcd axsortuient of the Newest and
inoHt Charming Eflpcts in
w /NI ^ n ii
Parlor and unaiDer Ms,
DINING-ROOM, HALL & LIBRARY FURNITURE,
?Single Pieces Miscellaneous Furniture,?
?AND?
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS,
r-i n/r?x? o. ? o. ~
nugs, mats, cx-u., oci^.
In every DepArttnont we ofll'r unpATAllelcd inducements to buyers In the way of 11 it;b CIam
Goods of quality beyond question, and to Uicm we Add unlimited VAriety iu a1! new novelties ami
the STRONG INDUCEMENT OF LOW PRICES, by which we shall demonstrate thnt the Cheapest
a* well as the Choicest stock it thnt of
G. MENDEL & CO.,
Furniture & Carpets.
No. 1124 MAIN STREET.
^^ Undertaking a Specialty. ...n
Frew & Bertschy?Furniture and Carpets.
A ROUSING CALL.
Must be Riven to people who will not wako up to the necessity of coming to
Critically Examine Our SPRING STOCK.
It 1* a beautiful awortmeut o! the Tory
-LATEST STYLES AND HIGHEST QUALITIES!?
FURNITURE AND CARPETS!
Oil Cloths and Linoleum,
Window Shades and Curtain Poles,
Saxony Chlidema Rugs, New,
Smyrna and Moquett Rugs,
Fancy and Plain China, Napier and Cocoa Mattings.;
"You will find It very profitable to vlalt tu and inapcet our carefully aelcctcd Spring Block flnt |
Frew&Bertschy,
1117 Main Street.
Special attention given to Undertaking and Arterial Embalming;.
Telephone calls answered at all hours.
Amusoments.
Grand Opera House,
0. C. OEXTBEK, Lwwfe A Man ,k-. r.
Monday, Tuewlny and Wodtiwwluy. <??t. 1.. a
Matinee on NVedne*day ?ti>. in.
Lay Low! Lay Low'.-.Special Kngnwacnt ot
FISUKR'S Great * x\n?\ .nn?,.
"A COLD DAY:*
with Mr. John W. RtUhODO and Mr. I'crklmii.
Flahurand ?strongrotupany ?.i n. ?
York Comedian*.
8msciai<?Thl?comi?any oarrlea ?j>?. neaeir
lor the entire production.
Ke*erv?d *?at? now *m *a>eut Mel. it>- lloiu.Pharmacy.
Evening prht*. ir?.: w , ull_
Matinee price*. 13. and : ">< nt>
Perkily l>. Mtther, J. Frod. 1'cn ton. j'r?.
prletorw and ManwiTrv
Grand Opera House. |
v. v......ubn, mtiw mm jimugcr.
Two Night* Only and Saturday .Valine*
Friday, & Saturday, Octobr r 5 & e.
SlIEFFEli \ ULAKKLY'S
ICF.F1NKI) SPECIALTY AND COM :i?Y CO.
20 of thu Beit l'crformen in Ann- lr
Now Sonne, Dance* nn.l it . u's,?c.
Don1 fall to ?w tliis great >how.
AdmiMioa. l5.'r>aa<tmh>vnv?. m* :n,-,.,
lL9ud 85 cento, Ketcrvcd mi ?'
Mrl.urt? Houw I'lmrmiiry. "
Commissioners' S.ilo.
gALE OF REAl. ESTA'fK.
In purouauceof *decrwof tin- nr.uii court
(ii unit! i oiiiii?. ? . ?ii.. viiivii u ?m :: j,,i
of September. ISns, in the milt of An u w),
v>. Amauiiu^blUngHiiiliithirs. UiV uu.i* r.j i i 1
h|K.rial romml'Moiii'r will, oa
SATURDAY. OCTOUKK (i, i* \
beRlnuini; lit In o'clock it. m.. m-Hu ; ciibllmac.
tiuii, at the uorih door of iln* Con M...,'
Ohio county. NVe*t Virginia, tbi rci
M-rlbotlait follow*, vl*: One
kcrlbcd ?h follow*. to-wit: licwli.i.it i; ,:t v
?outhciut corner of lot nuraberiM thn.- '
dcftlKuatedou the put of Uuenn VUi.i
to the city of WheelltiK; ihcti c wi i>. u,v
of Mild lottiumht-red tbrre . i>, ilt,
line; tbenoe along the rear llui
norm uimj uirve icci; iiiflin' nt
angle* to Morrow street, to tin- front of nil.)
thetico parallel wit!i Morrow street to il (- |. .
of beginning.
AIko. a parcel of land, described i.<! ill ?.,
wit: The Morrow street or we-t pur. ?( i .
tiilu lot or parcel of ground tUuaU' u tlo*
tlou to the city of \\ heel lug laid on ?]<??
T. Churchill, trustee, known us UhhU'i.
tlou, that Is to-day, the w? ?i pariI :in
the square No.;? off-aid addition; ml.|
point*on Morrow street and inns cast <> , j'mt.
(near Koir) street. feet and i Inch
Atoo, a parcel ot Uu v?u il wl.. itillowi, 10.
wit: That parcel of ground situate in tiu- j..i utioti
t? the city of Whceilru! laid out i,v
Churchill, trustee of Km fly A. Zatie, ,.r . tr..ntlofflMfeetbh
Chestnut street, anl
thereabouts on I.inn streit. and ruiiiiiji;; I. <k
eastward ly to the miiiic width of -to (,. - i.> within
(' feet of hn alley lying can < ( tin- mii?I i<an.-l ut
? round, being of the same width , : 1 h
ng on the eu%t of the alky uliires.il.l oj.j o?lte to
tin1 wild parcel of ground.
TllK Tjciimh ok ?Ai.K-The pnrch - r to jay
one-third cash and a* much mote a-, tin- jmrclia
cer may elect to pa) in e h and
two equal Installment.. j \ ;
twelvemonths, with intei: t lii-m tin <!it\ i>!
sale, the purchaser giving not.'- with
security therefor.
T. M. GARVIN,
|Hjvini ? UUimUMUtltT.
1 certify that bond Iihk been viun k mm
specialcoinuilsidoner as required t,vmfd dorreo
JOHN W. :.l'ienci.i
Clerk of the Circuit Court i?t i-u.ui ,u?iy.
?ol.'-we
Louisiana State Lottery.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION!
Qvur u aiUllou ItUtrlbutm).
LonlsianaStiittt Lottery Coin|iau}?.
1 ucornoraud l?y the Legislature in W.v lot
Kdiimtlonal ami Clu.rilitl.ie ]iurpo*<-f., m\ ti>
franchise mado a part uf tbo prcnui state 1 q
MUutlon, In IKTtf, by mi overwhelming j -.'.nr
vote.
It* GttAHP ExrKAOnPlHAI'A 1 ! . I' :
place hcml annually,(June and Ivi m r.iM
lis tillASI) HirtUl.i: NtMln.l: DlUUIS' si,,kr v
tin cnch of the other tun month* iu i: year, ?!,n
nrc all drawn ill public, at the Acudcnijr of Mu
?>ie. Now Orleans, La.
"Wo do horoby w rilfy thut we KUpcrrlic me
arrangement* for all tin Monthly and Semi-Alt'
nual 1'rawliiK-"' The Louhdnna Kuiu- l-ottcr>'
Com|Hiny, and in nentto muinor aiul control tbu
umwilikk th- iitm-lvt s aii'j Clint tlit* miii-; iiiv
conducted witli honeaty, i?inuv?.. and in cond
faith toward all jwiriU . ; ve uuihorlJr thv
t-'ompniiy to u>e tlii-? <. , v.;o, f?i -Mmlifj
of our dlKtutturvM ttt'm'ic-l. ;n i-?! ; #?ments."
u. .
Comtiii**io<itn.
We tiio uuderaijniod Ibitikn aud Hankcra will
Pay all I'rl&cs draw ti In The l^uhluna Mate butturion
which may be prawn ted ??ur i -muter*.
K. M. WAL.MHLKY, I'r? >. boiilMuim Nm'I lUtuk.
A. BALDWIN, I'rih. New Ori^ns N.i'.'l liunk.
C'AKL KOUN, Proa. I'nioii National Hank.
Grand Monthly Drawing
lu the Acodctuy of MuMc. New Orlt-aM,
Tuoaday, Octobor 9,1888.
CAPITAL PRIZE. $300,000.
100,000 Tickets at Twenty Italian ?a(!b. llnlvw
tiU; Quarters 53; Totulih i-; Twentieth! Jl.
MKT or NMZKfl.
J Prize of 1300,000 in
! I'rlio of liw.o.mi
I lvh? of .VUM'I* A *1
I Prize of i '
'1Prize* of JO,?"' to.- J -'*"
6 Prlzea of (*,w am.......
2f# Prize* ol t.tHni uro.. - .no
100 Prlzoaof boo utc '
J00 l'rlzcaoi ki 'ire...
600 i'rlzea of ;00ftif
>i'l'tt0X!MAT10S MUM.
loo Prizes of 8500 are " ""
100 do. aware
ioo <io. aware
TERMINAL I'HIZM.
W9 do. 100 are
099 do. 100 arc
3,134 Prizes amountingt??
Note.?Ticket* drawi?B Capital I'M/i'.s ao: ;? l
cu tit led totermiiiul 1'rl r.c>.
For Club lUtcfl. or any further informal,<??
desired, write leKlldy t<> ti??- mulct < i.j i>
stating your nvidvuiv, unh in:v
Street and Numl
limy win be . .
vulotio bearlliK your f?l!I a<l>irt Bond
postal Nun..-. xi/N'V-'V '
?ir new lone ?.* miiir- ?-- _
reney byJ?xprejw(atourexjH-t.w.n.]i:,t -: o
a. hAt'i-iiiv
or M. A. IMUI'IIIN.
\V uhinjilou, l>. < !!
Address Kejri.sfrivd trltcr <<
SEW ORLEANS ITI
Nt Orltnun, U.
REMEMBER 'K?:
i charge"I Uiodrawing . .
lain
equal, ami Unit iKMine oiii jK?w?ibl} >: .
iiuii)t.. r will .Ir.iu it J'i
l?(.fAl:ASi:.vn??v K(int.N.\ii'-> *
Orlcau.s,aud tin: TlikH? uk- : ' : ua-i'tmdent
of mi institution, win
arerecognised l?y the lilt'otirts
beware of tiny ImilaUom or m ;r.ui'Ui
Nolifnii'*."
Professional Cards.
W. ATKINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
AJ<U
General InHurnntti AjrtMiL
131S Market St., Whwliu*. tt\ ' ?
"Collcctionaproraiitly att' ii'l'-' i
noosolicited In wiicelitiK, ?r-1 in '
Went Virginiu. (Jan piiuv in: rmi. :
rate* and in bont mnmm
JOHNK. Mt'KKNNAX,
Attorney at Law,
It TWELFTH STKU.1,
win WhHallnn. w. Vn.
Photography.
^JAlilNKT PllOTCWIlAl'l!
Only $3 00 Per Dozen
liiooixs* (uixEitr,
< ' T I
YOU CAiN FINd nk*
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