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I'uldlftlieil Dally, HeiiiUWeekly and Weekly. |>
TKIOIS:
Tim Dully Intf IHurnm U Dcllvi-rml l?y Car- Cl
Her* In Wheeling mill adjacent l?wu? ?t hi
1.1t't'iilN pi?p iv?'??k.
Ily Mall, iVmtnw Krcc In the United HtfttMk
I tolly, One Year 0" ,M' ,;i
I'nii), W* Mifiillm 4 ?O b
Dally, Tliret* 5Iimtli? 54 00
Dnlly, One Mot III OA
Semi-Weekly, One Year.. - Mi
HmuMVeekly,Six Munilm I '<t'?
Weekly, One Year 1 00
Weekly, Mi aieutlm 00 j'
Great reduction* t? flu)**. Beud for sample
copioM iitul circular*. Addrcwi I
FUKW, CAMI'UHIX 6i HA (IT,
I'rni.iMiiKKf, (]
Nim. & !i7 Finn teentli Street,
WIIKKLlNli. W. V1
[Knlert-d at tlii? rohtollUo ut \\ liei litiK. W. Va.,
n* M?foiid-i*lnw matter.] 1
II)t Intelligcnccr.;
WUKEL1NO, W. VA., OCTOIWI14, IHKH. (
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. 1
POK MtKMIDKNT, (|
BKNJAM1S HARRISON, ol Indiana. (
FOR VICE PBRS1DCXT,
LEVI P. MORTON, of New York.
POU EJ.iXTOKH-AT-l.AIUJE, ]
AUG08TU8 POLLACK, of Ohio County, j
T. P. l>AVIJa, of Fayette County.
DlMTBtcr RLKCTOKtf.
Pint?ANTHONY HMITIi, of Tyler. I
Secoud?H. K. FAST, of MoiioiikhHu. I
Third?J. W. lIKAVNF.lt. of Cjmhur.
Fourth?JOHN A. GIBBONS, of Mmmiii.
KEFOIiMCAN STATE TICKET.
POM UOVKUNOlt,
Vir..->..iAllliin VIUI1'IUI jibiiiwh vw?MV. I
you AUDITOR, I
U EO. M. BOW Kits, o! Berkeley County, |
FOR TREASURER,
JI1JIAM LEWIS, of Ciny County.
FOll ATTORNEY GENERAL. I
WM. 1'. I1UBBAKI), of Ohio Couuty. |
FOR ?l*l'KltlNTKNI>KNT OF tfllOOlJK, (
'J'. It. ilcLURK, of Wayne County.
l Olt Jl'IKJKS M'I'll KM E C'Ot'UT,
JOHN W. MASON, o! Taylor County;
II.MfWIIOHTKH, of Katmwhu County.
hOH L'ON'OI??x. J
Flr*t Dbtrlvtr-ti. W. ATKINSON, of Ohio.
So* oik I IMMrict?W. II. II. FLICK.of ikrkeley. ,
Third DiMrht-J. II McOINNlS. of Kaloigli.
Fourth iJlutrlct?C. 11. .SMITH, of Woo<l. (
for mate hen ate. ,
B.J. SMITH. .
FOR CIRCUIT JUDOE,
JOSEPH It. 1'ACLL, of Ohio County.
JolIN A. CAMI'BELL, of Haucock County. j
JiKL'UllLlCAN COUNTY TICKET. j
IIOUHE OF DELEGATE*. |
THOMAS If. LOGAN,
Ht'OO I. LOOS, '
THOMAS I'UINCK, J
W.M. HUN LAI'.
Ml Kill FK. 1
THOMAS C. MOFFAT. I
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
JOSEl'H H. EL&ON.
ASfKtMORA.
CiTY-THOMAS M.JONES.
( .. vrav-i i uminiT'/e,
Now hear the champions of the wugar j
barons howl!
Potatoes go on the free list in the
Mills bill, but the poetic peanut of the '
Southern clime Is well eared for at 3 of a !
cent a pound. 1
Since the English have heard that ,
Protection makes Trusts they are bothered
sick to know what makes Trusts in
their Free Trade country.
Tiik Mills bill reduces all the schedules
over 23 per cent. Three schedules ,
it docs not touch at all. The reduction |
on the schedules a (lee ted is 'Si percent. ,
Mi? ('i t'l'i'i a?ii will tint Imvo to wait
much longer for the verdict. J low re- J
lievcd lie will bo to know that ho is tor
go buck to tho private station, where J
the veterans cease from troubling ami ,
the vetoes u re at rest. 1
: I
If Republicans in Congress had a little a
more courage they would wipe out the f
whole war system of internal taxation,
and withitover$l(M)f(XK),000<jf revenue.
There ia the place to meet the Free <
Traders for a light to tho death.
KkitiilicaN members of the Senate
Finance Committee have found it possi- J
bio to provide for a revision of tho tariff .|
which reduces the revenues but destroys t
no American industry. It will be ob- '
served that they do not put on the free j
list wool, salt or lumber. j
Tin) Ttvo KclioiiM'it of ltcvemie Ituductloii. (
The country now has before it two ?
schemes to reduce the revenues. According
to the estimates made by tho c
friends of each measure tho effect would e
bo as follows . p
Democratic. Kutuihlicnn. i1
lly reducing duties f-D.Ti'j.ivn ?ft,7&y,ooo 1
Hy uddllij,'to free IInI 10,77u,0yj <1,000,000 (
1?>" rvuuuiiiK niicuiiti reteuuo
... 22,000.000 2ll.MO.tlOO 11
Total reduction S71,IM,'JI0 8?.l.7.VJ,(XJO j
The Republican plan cute deeper into i
the dutiable list and the internal taxes ?
than the Democratic plan, but the Re- j
publican additions to the free list are y
only about one-third as much as the c
.Mills bill makes. Tin? Democratic bill ?
cuts sugar $11,000,000; the? Republican |j
cut on this "necessary of life" is two- \
and-a-half times as deep. n
The aim of tho Democratic measure is
to make ciieap products of all kinds by Jj
opening tho American market wider to
foreign competition. The aim of the li
Republican measure is to reduce rove- 0
nues and maintain tho safeguard of a (
Protective Tariff between American In- t
dustryand its foreign competitor. "It r
is not a contest between schedules, but c
between wide-npart principles."
11u> D?uiocrnUc>VrulilbltIon AUlitucci I'ru- j,1
clnliucd.
There luui really been no secret about i:
the practical tratlic arrangement be- t
tween the political Prohibitionists and ^
the Democratic party. Tho Democratic j,
managers encoiynge the Third Party in 1
ways most eflective. The Third Party 11
managers reciprocate by making a dead J
set on the Iiepublican vote in States t
where the margin either way is small. 1
So in 1884 we eaw tho Third Party men 1'
carry New York for Clevelaud and the "
rum shops. 0
Iu West Virginia up to this time the o
Allies have been careful not to commit r
.1 -?1?no ?tit? miltllii not. .Iltiftfl H
LIIVIUBUIVVO wj ...... j'uwiiv ..v. ..j p
which this people could put their hijr v
linger and say?There! Behold the b
proof o( the ugly compact between P
Total Abstinence and Total Depravity! jj
At Buckhannon the thin inaak was t<
thrown on, auu more wan prcHemru u
the inspiring spectacle of the local h
Democratic Committee challenging Mr. j
W. P. Hubbanl, Republican nominee tl
for Attorney General, to meet Mr. T. K. ti
Carakadon, Prohibition nominee for
Governor. jj
The Democratic Committee was not tl
only eager to luako the arrangement*,
but stood ready to hold the bottlo for it* ^
champion. This was a novel situation
lor Mr. Carskadon to find himself in, w
but, being thoroughly in earnest and tl
bove all a courageous mini, he wii
ady to go through with this part of th
rograinme of the Allies.
Tlie Democratic managers of the Stat
nmpuign will regret that the thing wii
o boldly done; hut they cjinnot hlam
lie local committee for endeavoring t
urrv out the spirit of the uuderstandin
etween the Allies.
I'oUilot'i Tut oil Hid Krf# 1.1*1.
Something must have happened to th
dvocates of the Mills hill, or they woul
tot have the effrontery to deny tliutth
lill put potatoes on the free list. Th
iresenI duty is 1"> cents a bcshel.
I'otatoes have not figured much in th
tiscussiou, hut they are as plainly o
he free list as wool, salt, lumber an
in plate. We do not believe that an
democratic member of either branch <
Congress representing a West Virgin!
:oiiBtituciicy will deny thai tliiH is trui
hough tliey will seek u> show the Wei
Virginia potato grower that his pot;
,oe8 will bring him more with the dul
)il'than with the duty on.
Our home farmers will he interested l
tee to what extent foreign potatoes ha\
Mjinpeted with their own product i
.heir own market within the past U
pears. The following statement is taki
from the ollicial reports of the Unit*
suites Treasury, Bureau of Statistics:
>yy 5i.:nr?.74i iwi .. lio.c
KHO .Tii.lW ISN*? J.fc'i,."
i.HMj S7I/.M1 lhJMV
IhSi. 1,010.IJ- lhS7 wa.c
iwa .. y,i
Total.... $I8,6kj,<
It will he seen from these large it
ports?in the fiscal year just clos<
normous?that the duty of 15 cents
bushel has been far from prohibitor
What are the imports of potatoes like
to be?what the competition with tl
home product?with the rcasonal
duty entirely removed?
Last spring Wheeling produce deale
were paying 90 cents a bushel for liou
grown potatoes delivered in this cit
Scotch potatoes began to come in at <
jents a bushel delivered in Whcclin
Dcean freight, railroad freight and tl
lutyof 15 cents a bushel all included i
nho tH) cents. The Scotch potato'
knocked the bottom out of the Whet
ing market, and home growii potato*
had to take their chances at t>0 cents
Imshel along with the Scotch, the dome
Lie article, having the preference at tl
iame price. It is a plain case that tl
Scotch potato represents cheaper lube
ar it could not accomplish this destru
live feat in the Wheeling market.
The American artisan does not ask
have i>otatop8 put on the free liHt, l"
well he knows that the whole system
Protection must stand or fall togethe
Ilnri lie is not only wiliinguiattne mrin
shall be protected, but demands Pr
lection for biui. Does the Amerlcr
American farmer want potatoes on tl
free list, so that when the market for h
product is good thu foreign produc
may knock the bottom out of it? Th
is part of the great question to be deeidt
it the polls next month.
ME MILLS III lib im'KXTAUK FIUC
riu* MUIm lllll Itfiliici'N tli>' Avurugn Knt?
Duty Dutiable ilooil 23.HH IVr Out.
Mr. Mills claims that his tarill' hi
ivhich passed the Mouse of Hepresent
Lives reduces the average rate of duty <
lutiable good imported in the fiscal ye;
l?C7 frnm IT Wl nor i out. to nor 001
?a reduction, as hewiyH,of4.0l pereen
uul this lie says is not. Free Trade. Ce
ainly it is not; but does Mr. Mills te
he whole truth? Emphatically hedo<
lot. Here are the proofs. \Ve cha
euge the successful contradiction 1:
'ree Traders of the figures we now j>r>
ent. (The statements of Mr. Mills liei
eferred to are found in his closingspeec
n behalf of his hill, made in the limit
>f Representatives on July '-'1, I8S8.)
When Mr. Mills says that his bill r<
luces the average rate of duty on diitii
>le goods only 4.(11 per CCiU he intent
o deceive his hearers. The truth is tin
1.01 is simply the different? between 17.1
>or cent, theaverago rate of duty collec
;d on all dutiable goods in 1887, an
12.40 per cent, which Mr. Mills says
he average rate of duty in the dutiabl
ist of this bill on the importations <
887. The total revenue derived froi
mportcd dutiable goods iu the fiscn
ear 1887, on which importations M
dills bases his calculations, was $212
>:>2,424. If, as Mr. Mills says, his hi
educes the average ratcof duty on dutii
>le goods only 4.01 per cent, the amour
if duty remitted by this bill would t
inly $5>,774,55)5. As. however, the ostei
ibl'e object of this bill is to reduee th
uriilua revenue of the country, of wlu
ivail would the reduction of a sum <
ess than $10,000,000 be when he claim
hat the revenue should be reduced i
,11 about .-?80,000,000? If Mr. Mills
tatement of the |>ereentnge of rcductio
ii duties weie correct Iuh mil would nc
to worthy of tlio slightest considoratioi
? a revenue reduction Ineosure.
But Mr. Mills has also distiucl
y stated that his bill, if passcu
vould reduce the revenue froi
ustoins by $50j591,G.'{0, basing hi
alculations on foreign value of th
lutiable imports of 1887, namely, $450.
25,322. Assuming that this" resul
vould follow the passage of bis bill, then
s our customs revenue in 1887 amount
d to $212,032,424, thisrevenuo would h
educed under his bill to $101,440,78{
'his would be a reduction of L':i.8t> pe
out, a concession which would great!
lelp foreigners to send their goods int
ur markets. .
To please the few who protest agnins
ho protective principle of our taritf sy?
em Mr. Mills says "that his bill woul
educe our largo surplus revenue froi
ustomsby over $50,000,000, and to hood
rink the great body of our people wh
iclievo in adequate protection to horn
lidustries he declares that his bill wouli
educe duties on dutiable goods an avei
go of only 4.01 per cent! Mr. Mills lui
lot told the truth in this latter declar.
ion.
xr.. Villa fnlnllv Miintirt'KSi's the fnc
hat, having made I urge additions b
lis bill fromthe dutiable list to the fre
ist, the dutiable list is averted by th
irticles made free of duty as well as b
he articles on which the duty is simpl;
educed. The foreign value of the\hi
inble articles imported iu the fiscal yea
887 was $4.'>0,ll2o,:i22, and the duty col
L'cted was $212,032,424, liiakingthe'avcr
ge ad valorem rate on dutiable article
7.10 per cent. By reducing the rate
>n some of these articles and makinj
ther wholly free of duty Mr. Mill
emits duties amounting in the ag
regate, as he states,'to $50,r>JW,<)3<?, eaus
tig the average rate of duty on article!
,'hich are now dutiable to bo red licet
y liis bill from 47.10 pei cent to 3o.&
er cent, which is a reduction of nearl)
ne-fourth, or about 24 per cent, as w<
ave already demonstrated. The pro
jction which this average rate woulc
n-?i /.n* ?nititfni>tnrt*rs nnd WrtrLr.
igmen against foreign competition
hen wages in nearly till American in
ustricsare from 50 to 100 i>er cent highei
mn tlio wages paid in similar indus ies
abroad, and when it is well known
jut about 80 per cent of the value of all
rod nets is made up of WMM paid to
ibor, would certainly be one-fourth lesa
uiuit is now.
In his criticism of our present tariff,
lr. Mills, in common with many others,
ippresses the fact that, although the
/enure rate of duty on dutiable goods
as 4< .10 per cent, in the fiscal vear 1887,
io average rate of duty on all the im
a portations of that year, hot ?3>t|
L, dutiable, was only ill per cei ' > tirely
ignores the importanttar.i iV. - '
derthe present tariff the people oi this j
0 country noto receive absolutely free of h
duty many products of foreign countries
(. which do not compete with our own pro- tl
duets, such its tea and coffee. If Mr. n
0 Mills'* bill should become a law the av- i>
K erase rate of duty on all importedgoods,
Itotn free and dutiable, would be reduced
to less than L'4 per ccnt on the *j
basis of hist year's importations. In }J
o making this reduction, largely by addi- *_i
j tionH to the free list, the industries of
the country which require protection {
would severely suffer. Our present free
0 lint, on the contrary, harms no domestic
industry. ' "
l" HWIUVK!! TUB ViiTBltANS. 0
(j TliuTrii'k ??r a Mi-rt'euiiry t'ul(tl?i>?r?IihIIk* Z
nation Aiuuiij; tlie <iran<l Army J
The Grand Army Gazette, a paper pur'
porting to be published in the interests
11 of the Grand Army of the Republic, by
J. A. Noel, of Now York City, has been
st "fixed" bv the Democratic National
Committee, and its support secured for 1
y Mr. Cleveland.
The Democratic Committee probably -J
bad to pay a lurgif sum for the Grand
Army Gazette, and that is one reason
0 why they are crying for popular sub n
BcnptionB to their campaign funds.
n They propose to pay a heavy subsidy
,n in order that the record may be falsified,
, and old soldiers led to believe that the Democratic
party is friendly to the boIdiers.
Hut the record cannot be run
it away from.
AO The following table shows the number
J" of private pension bills passed by Con- '
,ji gress, and the action taken thereon by 1
? the several Presidents of the United
.States, from March 4,1809, to the latter
n- end of August, 1888:
M li ~ i
a i e b ?
y. IT?Uont?. || I | ,
'y 1Z. < !
,0. i
I,. < runt, s yearn .V*3 ;><.? s <
Hiivi'd, 1 your* j?7 ?U7 - j
,\rwiur, > }?'un? uiiu " < ?' ?
riovt'lanil.year* ami'?month8....|l.QM| tViH| -lie ^
l-'ivc hills were vetoed by President i
w Grant beeause tlie beneficiaries had *
/ been pensioners under the general penIK)
sion laws. The other three vetoes of t
,, pension hills by President Grant were \
[ on the ground that the records of the
War Department showtnl .the bene- 1
'? ileiaries to have been deserters.
L?s The test of a President's friendliness
1. towards pension legislation is not on
how many bills he approves. The test 1
18 is on his reverse action. The language a
used by President Cleveland in his veto
s- messng'e of private pension bills, has ,,,
been undignilied, unbecoming, and uncalled
for. The general course of treat10
ment of President Cleveland towards
>r, pHiision Dills sent io nun una ween unq.
friendly.
Commissioner of Pensions Mack's
record i? a notoriously black one.
10 At present (says a Washington corres- 1
?r pondent) he has six engaged in drawing *
o( off complete lists of the names of male
invalid pensioners in certaiu States, giv- \
' ing the date of the allowance of pension, .
vr the rate per month, and the residence of 1
o- the pensioner. Duplicate lists are made,
m and it is understood that one is for the *
lt, use of the State Central (Democratic)
Committee and the other for the cliair18
men of the County Committees. j
er The increase of invalid peifcions is ,
lis largely within the control of the Com- ,
1 inissioner of Pensions, who has un army j
of pension examiners in the field, and 1
it is supnosed that these lists are to fur
nish information to tho examiners in ^
" their political quest for votes. The pros(lf
pect of converting Republican pension- ,
ere into Democratic voters by the prom- c
HI ise of an increase of pension dountless (
seems promising enough to warrant this
a" diversion of laTjor paid tor out of the
>n Treasury from its legitimate channels.
!ir The Democratic Committee cannot
. huy enough papers to make the veter- s
| uus forget the truth.
r- Tjik proprietor of Salvation Oil. the f
|[ greatest cure 011 earth for pain, will pay
.H a large reward if any certificate publish- 1
j. ed by .them is not found genuine.
iv
Half Furo KxriirMlon*South.
0 The Queen & Crescent route (Cin- )
I, cinnati Southern and associate roads)
u. will sell Harvest Excursion tickets at
one limited faro the round trip, 011 Sep?.
tcmber 11th and 2oth, October Utli and
<x. 2.'kl, 1888,. good to return within thirty
la days and allowing stop-over privilege. a
,t These cheap tickets will be 011 sale to ?
0 various points in Tennessee, Alabama,
(. (ieorgia, Florida, Carolinas, Virginia. ,|
Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and *
js Texas, to which Suites the Queen &
I,. Crescent is the great trunk line, run/[
ning double daily trains from Cincinnati
? and Louisville. * For rates, maps, time- ?
t| tables or other information desired con- F
r> 1 t urning a trip South via. the Queen & w
t'. Crescent route, call upon your nearest w
)'l ticket agent or address D. G. Edwards, t.{
x. Acting General Passenger Agent, Cin- gl
,t cinnati, 0. _ &
10 .Suuriiiy Iixcur?to??. 0
l~ On and after Sunday, May 0, the Ohio ul
, River Railroad will sell excursion tick- n
f ets every Sunday until further notice: E
Wheeling to Sistersville and return J.
$1 50, Wheeling to Parkersburg and re 8
turn S2 25. Ticket* eood one day only, p
11 UIEI). J
LOGAN?At his rc*Menco on Momlar, October e<
a 1, lH?.s, at 10 o'clock a. in., Dr. Thomas II. i
Loo an, in the Gist year of I>Ih urc.
t- Funcrnl will take place from his la c resilience, r
I, No. Oil Main street.'on Thursday morning at ~
ii lOu'clock. Iirterment private at Greenwood pj
h Cemetery. T
o KUITZ?On Tuesday, Octobers, 18SS. at 11:10 p. J?
... ll.viri Uvrr/ III It. I tin 'M/l-tfiint. itf t.l? Cl
pi
1 The funeral will lake place from the resldeuce
* of his parent*. No. liWH Jacob htrivt, thin
(Thursday) ofternoonjil 2 o'clock. Friends _
' of the family nre invited to ntteud. Inter..^meiUHtltedMen^^
~~
WORTH $1,000! I
TEST1JIOXIACOF Hon. TIIOS. FAULK,
Of' BEIUEXCOUJiTY.
fl Would not Take $1,000 for It?Reiiovedof
Fifteen Years' Suf"
ferine from Dyspepsia.
>1 J
AuraitA, Gam June ii, 1887.-R. U. It. Com.
pany, Atlanta. < in.?(icntlcmeu: I had suffered
^ from that terrible disease, dyspepsia, for over
i- fifteen years, and during lhat time tried everything
I could hear of, and spent over three huu.
tired dollar^ in doctor*' Idlls. without receiving
1 tlu> aliRhtest I'k iii tit, Indeed, 1 continued U)
V grow \uirM". Finally, after I despaired of ol>- T1
tablingrelief, a friend recommended II. II. 11.
(Uotanlc lllood Halm), iiiul 1 began using it; not,
" oowevcr, cxj>ect1m,' to be benefitted. After
y uslnu luuf n bottle 1 wni satlslled that 1 wiw be..
I in: benefitted. mnl when the sixth bottle wax
taken I felt like u now num. I would not take
i* 51,(M) for the good It ha* done rac; In fnct, the
r relief I derived from It Ik priceless, 1 firmly be.
lievc thut 1 would have died had I not taken It.
Respectfully. etc.,
THOMAS PAULK.
s For the bli>od, use 11.11, II, ?
? For scrofula, use 11,1?. 11.
For eatarrh, use 11.11. 11.
For rheumatism, use il. U. 11.
i For kiduey trouble.*, use II. It. II. N
' For skin diseases, use 11. II. 11.
r
j For eruption*, use 11.11, B. I
j For nil blood poleon, unj 11, II. 11. Jjj
Ask your neighbor who has naed II. II. It. of its \
' merit*. (let our book free tilled with certificate* gj
of wonderful cure*. j
special. hi
[ All who desire full information about the
efltue mnl cure of tu<x?d Poison*, Scrofula or u.
Scrofulous Swellings, lTlcer*, 8nre?, Kheuma- "
I tism, Kidney Complaint*. Catarrh, etc., can secure
by mull free, a eopy of our TJ-pago Illustra- \
ted Hook of Wonder*. filled with the most wonderful
and starillui; proof ever before known. 2
, | Address, 1U.OOD li.M.M CO.. T
i' Atlanta, Ga, |
LOGAN & CO., {?
' ocI-mw Wholesale AgenU. ' bo
New Advertisements.
[XTANrED.lMMEDlATELY?TWi
TT rnllorn. Apply u> CHAIU.KN NKr M A?
I3> Market ?trect. itci
LF ANTED- TAI LOR.?STEAD'
T T work: aN?, a iclrl. who haa vxwtIoih e i
illnrlof. KiioulreatscilM vTINETZAHAt'K'
ytliiu KfftAhlUlfmeiit, 1431 Market ktreet.Whce
it. W. Va. noi
V\T A X TED? A COM FORTAIJL
f" fiirnMi*! r<-'.DJ. with ?" ur-j bjr a tal '
|t*l muli, who will Ik* awny daring the <!ii
ine. A iiUict |>laru. In a private (ninth pn
rred, an 1 near railroad depot*. Address 14<>:
X'? I'ontortlcf. ?K. t"
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
U
'Mi? members are rcquMtvd to meet at tli
haniber promptly ui t) o'clock thte (Thur*dM]
lornlng. to attend in n body the funeral ot ii
ite I'rt-Hileiit Tbotnaa fl. Logau, In accordum
lib resolution* adopted at ita mcetlnc hel
vlober'i. HOWARD HAZLKTT.
Qf3 Secretary.
y^KS. J5.VA MU1S1SAKIJ
Will reopen hoi Htudfo
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10,
AT 61 SIXTEENTH STJlKET.
Classes la Drawing, Tainting and Cmyoulng.
Claw day*. Weduotday, Friday audHaturda:
Orders filled lor Tainting* and ('rayon I'o
raits. oe?
gANCO
Tea. Kettles,
With Chain, (or Natural (Jas Fires.
All kinds of Japanese Kettle*,
New Goods Just in.
EWINC BROS.,
ocl Ittlfi Market St . opp. McLnre House.
piOR BENT.
The Desirable Business House
iovt occupied by us. For further particuls
nil on W1CRHAM A CONAKD,
liase Hull Exchange,
sel'J No. I^IH Maln-Street.
Public Sale.
The City of Wheeling, through Km Finan
."oiumlttcc, by the authority of Council, wlll,<
SATURDAY, SEFTEilHKB 29,1WW,
it 10 o'clock a. ni., offer for tale at public ai:
ion, at tbe front door of the Court House
Jhio etiuutv, all of that part or parcel of groin
mown as the
Old Court House Property,
Deluding the improvements thereon, situate?
he southeast corner of Chapllnc and 'lwelf
iireeu, Wheeling, W. Va.
Terms OP Sale?One-third cash and hs mui
nore as the purchaser may elect; balance
wo equal payments at six and twelve luont
vith Interest.
The highest aud best offer will be reported
;ouudl for con Urination or rejection.
P. It. DOIIBIN'S.
BCia Chairman Finance Committee.
The above mile ix adjourned to Saturday. Oct
>cr 6,1888, at 10 o'clock a. m.
PC-' P. It. DOBBINS. Chairman.
PRESIDENTIAL
VOTE.
The issue of H aki'Er's Wi:i:k
.v published October 3d cor
:ains an eight-page supple
rtent, with eight maps in coloi
llustrating the Battle-groun
jf the Presidential Election i
lie doubtful States, including
york, The Total Vote, an
connecticut, Plurality in em
Count;/ rince 1872.
noiana, *
michigan, ?? ? , ?
california, Tl"' Vote for Germ
-vekt virginia, ors since 1n72.
ind a specially designed nia|
)f the
UNITED STATES,
ihowing at a glance, and witl
ibsolute accuracy and freedon
rom partisanship, the politics
tistory of every State and Tei
itory during the past sixteei
'ears.
24 Pages, 10 Cents.
t * i 1 11 11 _ _1_ ii
ror saie. uy an rsooKseuer
md Newsdealers. Yearly sub
cription, $4 00. Postage free
oc-t
*JEW! NEW! NEW
MUSIC BOOKS.
nnd Hnrmnnv (Mcontt,Wdot) L.O. Kmei
UlJg ndrillUUjf, gon. For SIiikIuk Ctona
till net of mvlodiouN uxcrviHCM niiil casv sonjji
Hh explanation*, mid excellent collection <
icied and occulur music.
iiiiB Manual. Hook I. (80c.) For Primary ChtMci
diir Manual. Hook I). (10c.) For Medium C'laMCi
diir Manual. Hook III. (50c.) For UigherClnnci
A new twt of Graded School Sonir Hooks, by I
. Kmcm>!i. Teachers will Una them'uucfu
ml attractive.
aIIq nf VirtflPV (Wets.) Tenney ami Ilofl
Olio Ul llvlUiji in,in. An umiMially roo
cinpcranec Bong Hook. 101 llr*t rate Mini;* ?n
lionise*. Send for ijkx'imen copy.
pajca in Qftntf (clothfiOccnt*. $IN0 doz.. t
laioo 111 uUlig, (enU. board*, Si 'JO doz.) 1.
. & E. U. Rmerson. For I'rait-c and 1'rave
Iccting* and Sunday Schools. May he sn/cl,
mimended na one of the very best hooka of th
Ind.
lassie. Raritnrifi and Rass Sunfe ...
ings of rare beaut]1. W songs by 27 dill'urcu
iinpobOM, all well known and eminent
his belong* among the I'laralrnl book*, o
bleh the other* itre: Sour (Sotii
liiwdc* for Low Volt-en. CIhksIo Teuor Songi
laiio CliUklCK, CIhksIcuI I'lanlut, each 91 00.
MAILED Kon RETAIL PRICE.
OLIVER D1TS0B S CO., Boston.
, H. Ditso.v & Co., 867 Broadway, New York.
oel-MThaw
jampaignGoods
FLAGS,
BANNERS
BURGEES
WITH CANDIDATES NAMES.
S. FLAGS, Every Variety,
CHINESE LANTERNS,
CAMPAIGN TORCHES, Sc.,
" J. W. LOANE'S,
1J* X- Unv St.. ltnlfimnrp. Mil.
Send for Price List. nua> mw
Iiitiial Savings Ban!
Hits Removal from No. 41 Twelfth Street to
In. 1160 MAIN STREET.
Next Door Above Exchange Bank.
Does businc** on the mutual plan: ha* no capil
Mock; the entire profit* are divided ninon{|
u deponltor*.
dividend* declared In Juuuarr and July.
iiiink open for bu*lnc?s dully from ?'?:.'* r. H. to
10 i>. M.
JjK-'u on Saturday! nt 4 A) r. m.
jo posit* received from one dime up.
iney to Loan on Real Estate Security.
HOWARD HAZIKTT, J-waldent.
B.SIMPSON,, ElAVARD ROBERTSON,
\ icc-Prcsldentx.
V. 0. Wilkinson, Alkx. Mitchell,
Secretary. Treasurer.
HIS PAPER HfS
wanapcr Advertising Bureau (10 Spnico
iswisNEWYORK,
Ceo. c i Co.
|Geo.E.Stii
e db OO.
y
k
Grand Display of Elegant Novelties.
t)
t*
c
il
SILKS,
YelvetsiPlushes
l'LAI.V AXI) NOVEL
combinations m wool and Silk,
AND WOOL.
I Fine Dress Fabrics,
The Latest and Best Styles from
the Eastern Markets.
CO
n 7
ic- THE NEW WEAVES
of
id
tif rv
lVlILANAIS AND KOYAL,
?n *
th
In l'lain, Bacouno and tirocho Stripes for
fh street aud Evening Wear.
Jj>
Lift
All-Wool Dress Fabrics,
oSilk
nud Wool Stripe* aud fluids, and
- SILK WARP HENRIETTAS.
ROBE
PATTERNS
r,
d ?x~
I Ladies' Cloths
: And Broadcloths.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES & PATTERNS.
I3
1114 Main St
, RCl"
II
i o a.
^ tit o. nuuuoo u wu.
J J. S.RHODES & CO.
II
NEW FALL AND WINTER
! Dress
nnorlft.
, NEW WOOL HENRIETTAS,
In the correct nhndcs for the season.
?. New Broadcloths.
" New Wool Plaids and Stripes,
FOR COMBINATION SUITS.
3 ' BARGAINS IN
; HOSIERY
y
' Schopper'8 Best Fast Black
Ladles' Hose
{ 25 CENTS,
k
Worth 40 Cents.
. J. S. RHODES & CO.
| ??????????? '
I Logan & Co.
These Cool Mornings
1Umm?U and Batter ('nice* are In spcclal favor at
the break fa* t tabic. To set them In their perfec*
tion of crlip wholeaomenea yon need to uce
LOGAN it CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Powder.
Itcmembcr.?No purer or better Powder mude.
, WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
For , Surgical Instrument# and Appliances,
Trawe*. huiiiKirtcru, Khoulder Hracc?, syringe*.
Klastic Stockings, Deformity Apparatus Ac.
LOGAfo & CO.,
DrnggUU, Bridge Corner.
FreshGoods. NevStyles
Id Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Sc.
Arc opeuing late Invoices of Shoe Brushes and
Tooth Brushes. Out ami examine.
LOGAN & CO.,
Drugglato, llridgc Corner.
Ml^Dir
China, Class and Queenaware.
J 6ii RECEIVED
And open lor Inspection,
The Carter Patent Stoneware Filter
and Cooler Combined,
And Family Kilter. Tho best aud most reliable
Filters in the market. No corroding metals. No
ice water Impurities, simple in constructionPerfect
in operation. Fluishcd in artistic and
highly ornamental style. JOHN FK1KDEL,
m 1119 Main Street and 1122 Water at*
Ceo. B. Taylor & Co.?New Fall and Winter Goods.
NEW FALL & WINTER
DRESS
GOODS!
NOW READY FOR INSPECTION.
Geo.R.Taylor&Co.
OTlie Shipments ot Last Week uml the Arrivals
this Morning make our ^
A 4 ^ T V-* W * * mm + w ?
1NLW blUUK ^
?COMPLETE I
And Bore Attractive than Ever Before, *"""
fr
O DRESS GOODS
?J 55"
IT DEPARTMENT.
< Drap de Ete Suitings,
Df NEW AND CHOICE COLORS.
hDrap Alias Suitings, D
IN NEW AND CHOICE COLOKS. ^
Tin A M nU AM/] Ti Kul 1M fl AW/^/IA
fY- rrnii aiiu Dunm otjrges, ^
M, IX A LI, THE SEW COLORS.
. French and Berlin Plaids, _
OIX CHOICE COMllINATIOXS.
Combination Pattern Dresses, O
fj 1 VERY CHOICE. Q
' W BROADCLOTHS Q.
O At $1.00, $ .25, $1.60, $1.75, $1.85 and $2.60. </?
Geo. R. Taylor & Co,
1150 MAIN STREET.
G. Mendel & Co.?Furniture and Carpets.
Tiir \mi/ ot\/i no
1 nil INHVV Ol I LCO
J*lJRIE READY!
We ft re pleased to nniioutice Inrgo arrivals of New Goods, fresh from the manufacturers. You
attcutlon to Invited to a choice, complete and carefully selected assortment of the Newest am
most Charming Eflect* in
Parlor and Chamber Suits,
DINING-ROOM, HALL & LIBRARY FURNITURE,
?Single Pieces Miscellaneous Furniture,?
?AND?
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS,
Rugs, Mats, &c., &c.
In every Deportment we oflbr unparalleled inducement* to buyer* in tho way of High C'las
Goods of quality beyond question, and to theiio wo add unlimited variety in all new novelties am
the STRONG INDUCEMENT OF LOW P1UCK3, by which wo shall demonstrate that the Cheaper
as well as the Choicest stock is that of
G. MENDEL & CO.,
Furniture & Carpets.
NO. 1124 MAIN SIKfciil.
^^Undertaking a Specialty.
Frew & Bertschy?Furniture and Carpets.
A ROUSING CALL
Must bo Riven to people who will not wake up to the iicecxslty of coming to
Critically Examine Our SPRING STOCK.
It In a beautiful assortment of the very
_ - ?? m??w ?? ttttt nn/.m ah i nrnrnn *
?LATEST ST i LBS AM HlliMST yUALHTJSb!?
FDRNITDRE 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.
OTYou will find It very proflublo to vUlt u? and lnipcct our carefully selected Spring Htock flrat
Frew&Bertschy,
1117 Main Street.
Special attention given to Undertaklngand Arterial Embalming.
Telephone calls answered at all hours.
^
Amusements.
Grand Opera House.
0. C. OKNTHER, U'siw and Manager.
Two Night* Only ana Saturday Matins.
Friday, & Saturday, October 5 & e.
SHEFFER A BMKELY'S
KEKIKKD SPECIALTY ANII COM BUY to.
20 o( the Be?t Performer* In Aim .<
New 8ouk?. Ua?cf? nnd B- rlet*me?.
Don' fall to xcc this Kn-at hliowr.
AdmU*luti. 16,'?>ftn<lfi0ceuK Mnt:::i? prices
15, ?< nml '.V> cento. KcM-rvcd leatu on kiU- ?t
McKuxjMlou^^
Announcements.
^nkotjnckmentT
To the Voten of Ohio County:
I Htn acaudlilftte li>r tin- til'.iu- o( ' fOMtfutlug
Attorner, ndrcMKKJtiullyKolldtj. r vote* t\
the election to uc held November i>, ; w\
Truly your*,
Jy4 lr>': 1* KILOS'.
^yjOXEY
TO LOAN
Ou Flint MortKugc 8ecurlty on Ohio Ileal Ksut?.
From one to five years
It. T. HOWELL,
Insurancy and Hi-ul Kmuu- Anent.
1?** ' ri'' .
Public Sale.
PUBLIC SALE.
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE
TO BUY A SPLENDID HOME!
A Two-story Frauic Dwtrlliuir limi *mu! ~.n.?
above tlio Court House, in MouihIm llic, w'.'i'y
The bouMia built iti modern styl i roouiH
ami two hull*; cellar under v holt h ..
lower story finished In hard wood, n . r,
al*o n two-mory frame building on the t'Ti t:,.
same lot, now used us u store-room.
Thin i>ri?|*rty will bo sold on .-ATI KiuY
OCTOItKK t:?, 16ns, to tho highlit and U>t bidder,
tut I desire to leave HiIh town.
M?a'? liKOKiiK C. KNl'.UT,
For Rent.
OK ItKST^ATultMs111;i i hiH>M
with natural aud illumlnatlm ???. An.'.y
ut UMtt Market street.
jpuK RENT.
Several Ofllces and Koonis.
STOHK UOOM 104a MAIN bTKKtT.
mmikihk nomas iti muy n lllovk.
II KOHBEB,
joU Hi- ciuii'iiii.'smut.
jpOK KENT.
The New littslnci** Uoutu junt complcM at
No. 10(?7 Mahi Slrcwt.
The main businc?* room i* lio tltu-d up
with all modern improvement.- Apply to
JAM.-S I., n \U I.I V.
Jyiu !
For Sale.
F~ OK SALE?LOT OK llOUSKIIuU)
and Kitchen Furniturem nij < Uapliue
atrot't
0 H S A L E ? S E \' K X T Y-I'l V K
empty Wliisky llHrrcls. in order mid
condition. Apply to.'. v>. Ui .mi i:. imj
MARSHALL CUUXT Y~ FA 1018
FOR SAl.K.
Hiithlv improved farm of 110 iu i., 7 mile*
south of MoiiihIkvIIIc; convenient to church HUd
schools, within two miles of mill und utore.
Farm of about <10 iicren, two miles freui riter
and railroad; part bottom.
w. v. nod e ii m:o.,
Je30 1:1UQ Murkt-t strwt.
yrocKs for sale.
10 Hharcs Riverside Gla>s t?oni|mny.
I Shares Klson (JlasaCn.
r'liiires LaBello Nail Mill.
.">0 Hhures IjuikIiIIii Null Mill.
'Jl Shares .Ktna Iron and Steel Company,
ft 81mres Wheeling Electrical ('omjwiiy.
10 UlmrcH Exchange Hank.
I. IltWIN. Atrfnl,
sc.1*.' No. -1 '1 ui'iiin Mni-t.
FORSALE.
Building I<oiH in old Fair Grounds /hiu-'m
Orchard, North and .Situh Front hi acts and
South Pcnn itreet, at very low iIkuixm.
A Four Roomed ?'otliij;c for S'.1".
: .Seven Iloomed IIouh', No. '.T South York
litrecl, buth-tooiu. Ar,
Six Hooiiu'I Uriel; Hou.se, M>uthwc?t corner
' Thirty-eighth and Wood street; will pay u* nit
investment. a.
> Five Roomc^ilouw;. No..*Jl North Itromlwajr
. Ntrect. all in flreteluMt condition; will make a
| very pleosunt home.
Seven Hootned U? n*No North Front
street; river lot, on high ground.
Five Kooined 11 ohm; hi 710 Mnrket el/id; *
good property cheap.
A good Three Roomed ( oltagv, lot 33x1:0, No.
G2 South Huron ntrect,
Dwelling liotue* always on bund for rent.
r Jy31 C.Q. SMITH. 1-0MnhiSt.
1 FOR SALE.
(24) Twenty-four I/?>t.s iu CiilthvHI'n Adill*
lion to Uie City o! Wheeling*
Said Lot* arc bounded on the north by Twenty*
I ninth street, on the east by Fillmore urcet, ou
thei weat'by'the R. T'aRTiL
1 heir proximity to the abovo named rnilrojul
renders thorn excellent sites for nmuulActnnnj?
establishment*.
If iiol Kold lu thirty days will ho ?>1J n: put*lie
auction.
For terras and further Information ai.|?Iy to
W. V. 110'i K ?fc HKi
_ ... 1800 Market Street,
Or NSjllixu M.
_aulft__ 8. W. (.'or. (,'hnpl'no A istwuh
Real Estate.
FOR RENT.
No. 22-15 Market St.. store-room and?ellar.. f ' CO
No. '2447 Market st., store-room and rvilur .1 ?>
I No. V213 Market street, thin
1 No. V.N? Market street, thin! Hour > 10
No. 1010 Market street.. > no
1 No. 10l2 .Market street, store-room mid two
rooms ioo 1
No. ItU7 Market street, store room !' >M
No. 10fl) Main street, har-room and ilxtures.
three rooms and cellar mi
No. ai KiKhtet'tilh strict. rooms ' "
No. l.V, Nineteenth street. roonud i.ouse.. mi ,
No. 2305 Jacob street, t ti?>v?.v?1 li?u?v 1 "J
No. 2300 Jacob street,:: room- " *? 1
No. I.'WJ Jucohstreet, Iroi.in- . "? "X)
No. 1203 Alley H, near Twelfth ?nd V.rColloch
street * ?W
No. 1305 Alloy II, neitr Twelfth and .M?.<
loch street ">
No. 2601 Woods street. 'J roon-> and attir v hi I
No. 2510 Main street.rooms and n llur. 1 " .
No. 97 Eleventh street, .'t rooms and cellar.. ' j
No. 035 Alley C, 2 rooms 1,1 ,
FOR SALE.
House and hot corncr of1 ei trc a d M trshs1
streets, Fulton.
No. 222$ .Main street, containing I. :ooms and
finished attic. I
A Desirable Hulldinj,' hot cornerlm: on \ir
Kiniaatid Couth York street*; front- on Virginia
street 65 feet, on Hotllh York street I.''J ket.
No. 212T, Marke t street. I
No. 2/21 Chniditie street.
No. S*J Fourteenth street, > roomed la " '?
ground 80 feet front, running to all-;- i ciu?i
width.
No. 2037 Market street; More-room ami t?rooms;
ground a full hall lot; j>ri-.
No. 2631 Main street, 81,WW.
No. 2505 Kf.tr street, ft!,**)
No. l?lo and 1012 Market street.
No. 130Twelfth street, with lioii-r on alley.*
full lot of ground. H
JAMES A. HENRY.
Real Estato Agent, I',I'cnslon nn : lalra Attorney,
Collector and Notary I'uhln
_sc2'i :
Professional Cards.
f' w*. atkisso.n, I
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A SI) ? .
tfcneral Inauruiice Agent, 11
1318 Market St., \v v.\ V?. I J
'Collection* promptly ntt<.TJ'h-<! to. Idiot- Bf
ft?0? ?]icl,ed In wheeling, nr.'i in i>aiv> o! I
wait Virginia. Can nUco I I
fate* ariflln tx'?t cn wi-hd it*. ''?v I
J 01IX K. .McKIA.NA y Ml
Attorney at Law, Ij
71 TWELFTH KTKEET.
Wheeling, W. Va- I I
Photography. 11
(JABINETl'JIOTOiilMPii II
Only $3 00 Per Dozen Ml
HWUIXS' I1ALLUH, II
you gain mi-; a
r,r. REMil. gtc-j bxv'js;
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