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The Intelligencer. ?
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LEVI P. MOKTON. of New York. 0?
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T. 11. McClUKE, of Waynu County. jJJ
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15 tho last Presidential campaign Mr. a
Simuel J. Randall was invited to apeak pc
in Wheeling. Has lie been invited to fj
conio this year? If not why not? And if
inritcd, why has he not raised hid voice w
hero? Why is Mr. Randall leaving Mr. nr
Cleveland to work out his own salvation w
this time? ^
Everydooy who likes a good story
should read Bret ILarte's latent, which ui
by special arrangement is to appear in sn
the Intkllioenceh, beginning next Sat- J*
nrday and running for nine weeks.
"Creasy" is one of tho beat productions ti
of this popular writer. 1?
?? en
Thk battle in West Virginia is not
over. It will go on until the polls close,
and it will bo won by the party getting al
out tho vote. This is un open secret,
well understood by the leaders of both l''
ar
parties. Tho Democrats will not admit j?
that they uro in clanger of losing any- di
thing in West Virginia, but in fact they hi
realize that the situation is desperate for JJ1
them. J',]
Lord Hnckvilli''M Sorry Lot.
Lord Suckvilie-West baa bad a taste sv
of tbo ingratitude of the President of a Ti
Republic. lie meant well by Mr. 111
Cleveland and he has tho melancholy
satisfaction to know that Mr. Cleveland th
knows ho meant well, lie knows that ?i:
Mr. Cleveland welcomed auy assistance H
from any quarter. Ho knows that even a
when tho thing had got into print Mr. to
Cleveland and his advisers thought it a M
mero tempest in n teapot. lie knows 8P
that Mr. Cleveland and the rest of them i?
did not awake to tho full importance of 81
tho indecent interference until they Jiad fo
hoard from tho country. All this is cr
enough to 1111 with saduess tho heart of hi
a man who lias been humiliated?and Pa
properly so?for trying to do a friendly sil
act. " "i
Judgo Thurmnn IMado to Appear lUdlc*
UlUIIM. Qj
Upon the Democratic managers of the j
campaign in West Virginia must fall the 1
responsibility for putting into tho mouth J
of Judgo Tnurman that which makes
him ridiculous as a political historiau. Jij
The"opening spcech of the Democratic
nominee for the Vice-Presidency was in
IIUF null l>UU CUUIV V/* buu uiuiingvio v>
his party in this State to stir up war pre- ej(
judices in the hopo of hiding the tariff
issue from tho public ami inducing men Al
to vdto their prejudices instead of their
opinions. Ilero is what Judge Thur- Bc.
man, as reported by the Register, said at wi
tho Capital Rink: j11
When I stood on tho roviowing stand ? '
to-day and saw liling before me that ..
magnificent parade, one of the greatest I V
ever beheld [cheers], and saw tho man- "
ly bearing and happy faces of tho men *
who marched in it, I could not hut re- J
fleet how different was tho condition of
tho people of West Virginia twenty {
years ago. I could not but look back ?
over the past and call into mind your t.
goodly State when I was first invited ,j
hero by tho SUito cOmmitteo of the Dem- t
ocratic party, to render such assistance mi.
as might be in my |?ower to briug tho ..
State out from under a despotism that 1
extended over all your borders. At that
time at least one-tnird, if mv memory is J j
correct, of the white mon of West Virginia
wero disfranched in the land on
?us-i. *i i rr*pmun( i ?._
nuitu vut^ nnvuuiu. [vi?ovn ?i(^uk. .?ri
Right I" and loug continued cheers.] r
This despotism hung ovw West VirgU Coi
nia. Then the great Democratic party, re<
that knows *no worship except to its Wv
God and freedom, then it was that that jyf
party undertook to make- n supreme ef- tr\
lort to break the schackles off of tho un(
peoplo of West Virginia. 810
To any ono in tho least acquainted in
with the history of West Virginia it M
ib auduru w givw iuu lscuiucnuiu parvy
this credit. The memorable "Let-up" to
movemeat was o( Republican origin, in hy
fact originated in tho Wheeling Intel- J'01
liokncbr, which devoted its energy and w*j
columns of its space to restoring tho bal- doi
lot to these misguided men who had cej
given up it for the ballot in tho Confederate
States. An appeal in this behalf, .it
written by Mr. A. >V. Campbell, was I
signed by a hundred leading Republi- *'a
cans. The famous "Flick Amendment," cffl
which restored to citizenship tho lately a t<
erring brethren was put through the ing
w 1 -
rfslature by tbo present Republican bat
uineo for Congress in the Second JJ?
trict- hi!;
udge Thurman knows why those H.,j,
11 were disfranchised. He ought to Th
>w that it was not in their power to 8111
-c-enfranchise themselves. A man of J],(j
public career oujfht to know that his the
tements in his Wheeling speech are
direct conflict with the record of facts. j>m
nominee foV the Vice-Presidency i
>nltl not allow himself to be used in Mi
s way by tricky politicians. It is
creditable to his information or his a'p
mess. hui
StM
l?o Uiuimun fully Aimwereri by Sir. j|()
llumlull. (,a|
'If the consumer does not pay the nit
hotly asks Judge Thurman, "in in
i name of God who does?" The tax jjj
erred to by the Deui^atic nominee t|,,
the Vice-Presidency is the tariff on of
ported products. It gives the Intel- wi
iexcku great pleasure to afiord the w
>ii. Samuel J. Randall an opportunity u,j
uiiHwi-r Judiro Thurman through nir
ese columns. The reply was n<l- vu
cssed to President Cleveland ami Mr.
ills, but it will serve ns well for Judge
airman and any other Free Trader. ?.
>serve how reasonable and conclusive
is: 'ft(
I will stop to refer to a few of the
ndamentai propositions which have
en persistently maintained through- A
it this debate, and whiclr appear to
ercise a controlling influence over the .St
tin ions of so many. afl
First?-That duties are always added wi
the price which the consumer must co
,y. co
On articles not produced in this coun- wi
y this is undoubtedly true, as a gen- co
al rule, and measurably true also on m
tides that are in part produced in this hi
untry but not suflinently to supply ad
e entire demand. Hut on all those m
immofJities produced in sufficient tlj
mndance to supply, or measurably all
pply the home market, different prin- ni
pies control. In that caso competition, of
liich in free to operate, determines the co
ices of the various products and the in
reign producer comes to this as a mar- Gi
?t where prices are fixed, and the du- sit
. a are what he pays for the privilege of m
itering our market. [Applause.] ti<
Another erroneous proposition is that pr
ities on articles produced in this couny
are a tax or bounty which the con- de
imer pays to the manufacturer, by mi
annuof tt'lilnlt tJlA tlllinII flll't.llri>P <ll?- 111
vps larger profits than prevail iu other wi
dustries. Bi
If this were true it is not easv to see di
hat justification could bo offered for the lei
iu ru it tee bill any moro than for the bj
-esent tariff laws. But that this, as a
neral rule, is erroneous becomes upirent
enough on,a closer examination
the laws of traue which , prevail under
1 systems. tli
That there is a tendency in every in- rc
istrial system to an equalization of pros
on capital and wuges of labor is an
Imitted principle of political economy.
dam Smith long ago laid down the pro- V
isition that larger profits in one indus- |'
y than in others could not long prevail '
the same country. Other economists ?.
ute the same principle. Suppose that,
it h our industries eonstitutcd as they
e, we formed a world by ourselves, ^
ould it be claimed that one class, as
nsumers, paid u perpetual tax to anher
class, as producers? Would not jj,
tlier.tlie economic law just stated pre- Hl|
lil? Such would be the condition, too,
ider u Uiritr entirely prohibitory. The
,iiiu lun u|inmco uhuw n loiiu mi?h q|
ivors the difference in tho . -st of pro- re
nction between this and other countries. Cl
Of courso the tendency to on equalize- y\
i?ii of profits on capital and wages of
bor never reaches a dead-level, beinse
of the varying conditions and injences
under which production and ij;
lUHiiinption go on. el
From these principles it follows that tt,
1 who participate in an industrial sys- 'p
tii are partakers of its benefits, whether Cl
icy are employed in one industry or 0j
(Other?not the manufacturer alone, $|
it the laborer; in short, all who proice
and exchange products are alike
ineflted under this system, and that is M
e system I wish to continue by a
oper adjustment of tariff duties. Only *1
ose who have fixedjneomes or are in
lice for lifo with lixed salaries, would =
benefited by the overthrow of this
stem and the establishment of Free
ado. But this is the lost class that has
right to complain. T.
Until the Democracy was captured by
o Cleveland element Mr. Randall was
io of tho big Democrats of tho country. \\
e was big enough to be made Speaker of
Democratic House of Representatives,
have Democratic clubs named after
m, to bo lauded as one of tho finest
ecimens of the Jeffersonion-Jackaou- In
n article of Democracy pure and unde- tii
ed. Mr. Randall is to-dav a candidate &
r re-election to Congress on the Demo- Kf
atie ticket, though it is true that lie (i
is not opened his head in this cam- ^
tign for Cleveland, and id known to de- i><
re the defeat of that accidental states- si
an- l
Til AT UliECTlOX DODQB.
lilulonM lU'Ktirdlii): tin* DiMmltum! of tliu
itrltUli Mml?tor?Cleveland Trying to
(lend on* tho Kffcct of IiIh Declaration
lion That Kncland Want* tho Democracy
o Win.
For Election I'urpoHOM Only.
lUburgh Dltputch.
Of course the Cabinet does not mean
light England. The attitude of boldss
will be good enough till after
action. This is not said in any mere
irit of partisanship. Tho seizure of
inerican fishing vessels could bo no- m
tinted over for months and the repre- ?*
utatives of England could dine and
ine tho members of Congress without
nurmurof disapproval from Air. Cleve
id or Mr. Bayard. .But when an in- sc
jcreot but excujablo fit of blurting out ti?
e truth, on the part of Lord Sackvilie, JJJ
mages some oi tho administration's (u
tnpaign uiunuer, uio anon spuce 01 a
?ek is too long for the impatience of
r statesmen.
Every one knows that this is wholly
r the purpose of catching Anglophoin
votes. Every one will recognizo _f
b fact that if it nad happened at any ni
tier time there would have been little
tuble in overlooking the blunder.
lero is also the best reason to believe
at the extraordinary and superfluous Cn
termination of rigidity to the alleged JJJ
inal column of our foreign policy is W|
Iculated to last just seven days. ??<
Mr. llnjiirri Should Go, Too. So
iv York llcraUt (Dm.) jjjj.
Hie dignity and self-respect of the i
in try and Mr. Cleveland's own dignity o.
juired that if so unpleasant a thing nn
re to be done it should be done quiet- n.
deeently, without bluster. Thiscoun
is too great to bluster. It is strong J.*
ougb, powerful enough, to be patient,
w to take offense; dignified and quiet p.
its methods of showing offense; careto
give noue need.essly. - Mc
vo Mr. Bayard his passports to Dela- coi
re, Mr. Cleveland. You can't afford klt
have such an incompetent and
Bterick person as your adviser. If Ul
u retain uim he will, before you know Soi
make you ridiculous in the lace of the fjj
lole world. Or, if you must keep hiui, vrh
u't take his advice on any subject ex- gj"
>t terrapin.
Tlie PrmldmifCauglit In a Fib.
\'<uhington
t is known that the action of to-day 0
s decided on in New York last Satur- ?
r. An obscure Sunday paper of this A
? contained on last Sunday morning
jlegram from New York foreshadow*
tne very note issued to-day, and
ling its statement on information from
mocratic headquarters. President
iveland, however, when asked about
f matter, absolutely and positively
I that no such action would be taken,
is denial of the President Wan made
inlay afternoon, in answer to inquiry
correspondents, and yet the note is
ed October 20,and was written before
! President's denial was cold.
Too Lute! Too Luto!
'Auryh Timti.
lad this been done promptly when
niRter Sackville's offense became
own to this Government the Adiuinration
would have had the benefit of
lobie and patriotic act. But it did no
h thing. ~Ko-ftir from doing that, the
:retary of State officially declared that
* Minister had done nothing that
led for attention from the Govern nt,
although he had been indiscreet
writim? the letter in question. In
is the President acquiesced, and this
is repeated the next day, and the idea
At Lord Sackvillo had iione anything
a serious chameter was repudiated
th increased spirit.
It was not till the voice of the people
is raised in condemnation of the Adinistration,
and its course began to tell
ainst Cleveland in the political can*s,
that another view was taken.
The dismissal of Lord Sackvillo was a
Imeal niteunougw, an expeuient ior
mpaign effect, a trick thinly disguised
an act that will only intensify the
uliug of disgust for the Adininistram
that ha?l already become crystalized.
>o late! Too late!
It Wax a Voto Ciit? lilii? Scheme.
Wathinulon Dirpalch.
An official, high un in office in the
ate .Department, said tliia evening,
Ler the contentsof Mr. Bayard's note
are reeited to him, that he could not
nceive how men in their sane minds
uld calmly canvass the situation for a
L*ek and then arrive at such a lame
nclusion. In all the annals of in torsional
law he declared there could not
(found a parallel for this act of the
I ministration. After laying the wholo
atter before the British Government,
is administration virtually takes the
lair in its own hands, and in almoat so
any words, orders the representative
the British Government out of the
utitry, thereby offering the grossest
suit to both the representative and his
avernment, when the smallest conJeration
of etiquette should have detuided
that they at least await the ac>n
of the British Government iii the
emises.
This official further declared that univtlm
riilnu tiiiKDPiiinir onmifir
itions the note of Secretary Bayard was
most equivalent to a declaration of
i?r, and the chances were that the
ritish Government would declare all
plomatic intercourse at an end, unss
nn apology were promptly otiered
r this Government.
The Drift of Sfiitlmunt.
It/burgh Dirjmtch Wiuhfngton SptclaL
The general drift of the criticisms is
at it is an absolutely idiotic form of
vcnge against the British Minister for
i offense which at any other time than
iring the close of an exciting campaign
ould not have been noticed at all, and
at it will only multiply the excitement
regard to the matter tenfold, without
culling any of tho loved Irish votes,
is accepted as evidence that the Dein:ratic
munugers are reduced to terrible
raits.
DO HOT aUFFKU AN V LONGER.
Knowing that a cough can bo checked
a day, and the lirst stages of conimptiou
broken in a week, we hereby
inranteo Dr. Acker's English Remedy
r Consumption, and will refund the
oney to all who buy. take it as per dictions,
and do not lind our statement
irrect. C. li. Goetee, It. B. Burt, C.
enkemeller, Logan it Co. daw
Oh! Whnt it Flopper.
Edw. L. Rose <fc Co. have flopped off
io high price charged for Sewing Malines,
and adopted an entire new sysm
of Helling. So canvassers employed,
ho agent's commission given to tho
istomer. Read advertisement on the
her side?-Vflow you can save from
;5 to $25."
died.
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1 could bear of, and spent over tbree bun ed
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o slightest benefit. Indeed, I continued to
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On Tuesdays and Saturdays,
at 9:30 a. m. and 2:00 p.m.,
COMMENCING NOVEMliER 3, 1888.
nol
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AUCTION THIS EVENING!
Wickham's Auction Housi
No. 1153 Maiiket St., Wheeling, W. Vo.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Underwear,
Overshlrts, Notions. Boots and Shoes, Watclic
Jewelry, Plated Ware, Cutlery, Muslc.il lubiriuhcutN,
Faucy China Vases, Cups,
Saucers and others articles loo nu- .
merous to mention.
Private Sulci' nt Auction Prices.
fltNTFurnlturc, Ac., Bought and Sold. Mom
Advanced on Articles of Value. nol
omen op City Collector, i
whbeli.no, w. Va., nov. 1,1868.)
QITY TAX NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the tlino for alloi
Ing DISCOUNT on City Taxes of 18S8 has be<
EXTENDED until
Saturday Night, 8 P. M., No?. 3,1881
Persons payIiir their 1888 taxes will be entitle
until that date, to the discount allowed by c
d""lnC0' S. L. BRICE,
City Collector.
WOfflce open OTcry night until 8 p. m. m
Geo. W. Atkinson
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS,
AND OTHERS, wllWpeakat
Alhambra Rink
FRIDAY,
November 2, at a r*. m.
ocai
COMMUNITY OF INTEREST
DctnaudH that every man lu Wheeling
should vote for
PROTECTION!
Hod. WmXHEARNE
Who four yearn ngo left the Democratic
party, convinced that it was a
FREE TRADE PARTY,
Will givo his reasons for supporting the Repu
licnti ticket, at the
WHEELING OPERA HOUSI
Thursday, Evening,
NOVK-VBER 1, AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Mr. Ilcame tolls plainly why he is and y<
ought to be a KepubUcau.
Come and Hear Him.
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PUBLIC SALE
?of?
Tiro Hundred and Fifty Lola and Puree
in and adjoining the City
of Wheeling.
By virtue of tlio authority of n dccrce of tl
Circuit Court of Ohio comity, entered on the 2
day of April, A. 1). 1 Hvs, in the unit of Sobies!
B. Caldwell v*. Caroline M. Wilson iukI other
the uuderslgued special commissioners will, c
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31,1 MS,
beginuIuk At ten o'clock a. in., sell at publ
miction ut the iront door of tho Court House *
Ohio couuty, W Va., tho following dcscrlbc
real property, situate In uml udjoiuing the ell
o( Wheeling, In said couuty, being u portion i
the real property which was set apart to Ann
K. Caldwell, to bo held in severalty for nud du
ing the term of her natural life, forhcrdowc
by and according to the provisions of a decn
uiiulu by the said Court, on the PJth day of Si
veinOer, 1870, in the suit of 1/ouin Kclls and otl
ere v*. Hoblcski Bnuly and others, aud which
now described with special reference to a pli
hereinafter referred to, and is iu three lots.
Lot Numiikkkd unk-DeinKullof ?ouaro25, a
of square 26, ail ol square 27, all of squaro '2
(except nile and WoliTsground), all of Dlvislo
1), (except Strobel, Mauser, Hoblnson, Klin
and Bowman's ground), ail of Division A, all <
Division U, (except lots No. G aud 7). A pa
tii'iilardeM'ilption, by metes and bounds, ma
be found in the said dccrce of April 2., 1888.
Lot NUMHhitKD TWO?llelngalf of Division C
(except lots <> and 7), all of Division J, (excel
lots H, y, 10, ID, :M and 20), all of Division h
(except lot* 20, 27,28 and 20). A particular d<
scription, by metes and bounds, may be foun
In said decree of April 23,1?<?.
Lot Numukukd tiihkr?Being all of Dlvislo
I., (except, low 1, 2 and R). A particular di
scriptlou, by metes nud (Kiutids, may be fouu
In Mild dccrce of April 23. 1KK&
This laud has been sub divided by the said con
missioticrs into parcels of convenient size, mi
some new streets and alleys have been laid on
through the said property. It Is provided In tta
decree that the said streets and alleys shall n
main ot>cu and public fur the beucllt of the put
chaser* of the Mid property.
A plat showing the entire property ho* 1mh>
S retired, on which may bo icod the new nut
ivlHlonn, streets and alleys, hh well an the lol
which have not been sub-divided by thespech
commissioner*. 'IIiIk plat muy be been nt tli
oflleeuf the Clerk of tne County Court of Ohl
county, where It will be open to public lnspc<
tlon until and including the day of sale. Ou thl
plat the exterior line* of tho property to be sol
are shaded red, 10 as to be readily dlKtloguUl:
able.
The sale will be bCRun. an aforesaid, on th
mat of October, 188ft, and if not concluded o
that day, will be continued from day to day un
til all the property fhall be Hold.
TKUMS OK HAL.K?The terma ol tho mid wl
ahall be one-third of tho purchase money, or ?
much more as the purchaser may elect, in oik
on the day of tale, nnd the residue in two equi
Installment*, payable In one and two year* r<
apectively from the day of tale, with interci
from that day. To secure the deferred Install
tucuta of the purchase money, the committor
er* will take from the purchaser his notes wit
pood aecurlty, puyablo to their order, nud th
[ title will be retained until the said note* *hal
l>e paid. Hut if Auy purcbiuer pay in haudon<
I hall ot more ol the purchase money, due for th
property bought by Ulm, hi* note*, without pej
sonal surety. will be taken for the deferred It
I stallmcnt*. If any. the title being retained a* at
curlty until paid in full. Any purchaser shal
have the prlvllfKO, at any time before tho ea
Titrntlnn nf ih? kahl two vura. from the da* c
ale, of paying the whole amount remainini
unpaid 01 bla purchase money, with Interest t
the day of payment, and thu? discharge hii 1U
blllty. PANIEL LAMB.
HENRY M. RUSSELL,
Special Wommlwtloncrs.
I ccrtify that the above named commlnMoner
have given bond with Mvurltv aa required b;
the decrcc under which they are acting.
Wheeling, W. Va.. Oct.1WM. . ^ .
ocO JOHN W. MITCHELL. Clerk.
The aale of the uniold portlona of the abov
de*crlbed property ha* been adjourned untl
thU lit day of November. -8?8, at 1? o'clock a. m
DANIEL LAMB,
HENRY M. RUSSELL.
no! Sptclal CommlMlonera.
T?OR DODGERS
J? AND SMALL HAND BILLS, _
Go to the intkujokkcka Job Room, No?. 2
and 27 Fourteenth itreet, whore you can be M
n?tpmivi?t??i ^ abort notice.
Ceo. E. Stlfel & Co.
! GEO. E. STIFEL
&c CO.
Underwear!
Wo have given special atten"
tion to this department this
season, and now have on hand
complete lines of
Gentlemen's Ladles' & Children's
Underwear I
~ w n ll.l ... 1?TL II _ D1I.1...1
in iiaioriggan, uaiie, muueu uuu
Merino, Scarlet, (Cochineal dyed),
Camera Hair and Australian Wool.
|f ALSO
| DR. JAEGER'S
c.
ip CELEBRATED
a Sanitary Underwear!
Which has boen Reduced 25
per cent from the regug>
lar price.
T innie BTnni? np
BLANKETS!
xWhite
and Scarlet.
5.
d.
Comfortables
25 AT ALL PRICES.
Geo. E.Stifel&Co.,
> 1114 MAIN ST.
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J. S. Rhodes & Co.
- J. S. RHODES & CO.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
1 Dress
Goods.
i* .
NEW WOOL HENRIETTAS,
)u In tho correct ih&dea for tho season.
New Broadcloths.
New Wool Plaids and Stripes,
FOR COMBINATION 8C1TB.
18
BARGAINS IN
s HOSIERY
IQ
Schopper's Best Fast Black
Ladles' Hose
I 25 CENTS,
? Worth 40 Cents.
iti
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Q ?O13
10 1 1 111 BBSgggBBS?
r Stationery.
We have recently replenished our itoclc of
ueao flrat-eluigoodi, and glvcacnunint^e with
every Knife aud every 1'alr of ceiuorii nold.
! Stanton & Davenport,
_ No. 1301 MARKET STREET.
oc27
Blank Books and Stationery!
h Day Books,
w Ledgers.
i1 Journals, &c.,
I; PENS, INKS AND PENCILS,
ii WALL PAPER and BORDERS,
c Baby Carriages.
[I STANDARD BUNTING FLAGS.
ft J*.rFc,t ,tock and variety In the 8tate.
|1 Sola retail at wholcMlo price*, by
I JOSEPH GRAVES,
i- '<* 36 TWELFTH STREET.
JJA8E BALM,
Bats, Masks, Cloves and Belts,
Croquet and Hammocks.
Books, lfagaslnes and Papers.
c. H. OI7IMRY.
n , . Boo*?eller and Newidoaler,
I leg Won. 1414 and 1R07 Market Htrtttt
" jyjONEY '
TO LOAN
On Flrat Mortgage Security on Ohio Real Eatate.
From one to Ave jwrs.
5 R. T. HOWELL, j
Iniumnce and KmI Katate Agent, I
Jj20 Bridgeport, Ohio.
Ceo. R. Taylor & Co.?Reduction of Prices.
great reduction
?OF?
PRICES!
Ceo, R. Taylor h Co.'s
hrfssnoons 1
^ " DEPARTMENT.
All Marked Down. Astonishingly Low Prices.
FINE ALL-WOOL SERGES,
40 inches wide, down to 48c, worth 60 cts.
STILL FINER ALL-WOOL SERGES,
40 inches wide, down to 65c, worth 80 cts.
FINEST ALL-WOOL SERGES MADE,
48 inches wiae, aown to uac, wonn q>i.uu.
ALL-WOOL ALMAS,
39 Inches wide, down to 72c, worth 85 cts.
FINEST ALL-WOOL ALMAS MADE, j
42 inches wide, down to $1.05 from $1.25.
Henrietta Cloths and Drap d' Ete, :
FINEST QUALITY,
46 inches wide, down to $1.05 from $1.25.
Broadcloths, all colors, 88 cts, from $1.00,
Broadcloths, all colors, $1.05, from $1.25.
Broadcloths, all colors, $1.48, from $1,75,
Broadcloths, all colors, $1.65, from $1.90,
Broadcloths, all colors, $2.20, from $2.50.
flegfWe invite all interested to call
and see the bargains we offer in this
and other departments.;
This change of prices dates from
this morning, October 22.
GEO. MM ?CO.
G. Monde! & Co.?Furnitui/e and Carpets.
THENEW'STYLES
-A-IRIEl IRIELA-ID^" I
Wo nro pirated to announeo largo arrivals of Now Goods, fresh from the manufacturers. Your
attention is invltc<l tog choice, com pleto and carefully selected assortment of tho Newest and
most Charming Effects In
Parlor and Chamber Suits,
DINING-ROOM, HALL & LIBRARY FURNITURE,*
?Single Pieces Miscellaneous Furniture,?
?ASO?
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS,
Rugs, Mats, &c., &c.
In every Department wo offer unparalleled inducement* to buyen in tJio wayoflllch Claas
Good* > i qualiiv Ueynnd question, and to throe we add unlimited variety in all new novelties and
the STRONG INDUCEMENT OF LOW PRICKS, by which wo aliall dcmouHtrato that the Cheapeat
aa well us the Choicest stock is that of
G. MENDEL & CO.,
Furniture & Carpets
M ? linjl 11/1 A IKT OTDCTT
INU. 1V1/M1N O 1 DCiCI I .
^^Undertaking a Specialty. .. _a?_
Political. Groceries. Etc.
M" REILLY'
IVLlJ r ll\Ii WHOLESALE
The Red Fire Torches which I Grocer, Pork Packer,
manufacture arc not only guaran- AND CDEEB 0F THE
teed to be tlic largest, best, and _ ,. . , ?... ?
Sire the brightest light and to Cc,c,)ra,cd m
burn 10 minutes, but iu addition HOS. 1309 ADD 1311 IAIN STREET,
no danger from spontaneous com- wukeuno, w. va.
bnstion. When buying, always Mv own Ctiro of Choice 8mokcd Meat* dellrspecift
BOOKING'S BED FIRE Pork Hou*.? Much-Mr.
TOBfll. OrdcrsrecciTc pron.pt m,MaBrno?o,
'iZ^Zrn', GENERAL GROCERIES
Wheeling, W. Va. w tub btatk.
Price list mailed on application.
_____ Headquarters for
CampaignGoods ""
L U Headquarters for the Celebrated
a i /n - rp
ZETXj-A-Q-S Aiaroma uonee.
D 7ll\Tl\TT?DQ m^A.r^^Dt''gport'?,->''aU,i"a
burgees buckwheat flour.
Fronta Mountain Buckwheat Ju?t reccltcd. It
WITH CANDIDATES NAMES! ! theJho^^ ^ ^ ^ #
D. S. FLAGS, Every Variety, ntww?Nivieal,
BothPewl Mid OoM?n.
CHINESE LANTERNS, >'r?hoaimcauiM itoiicdOHI?.
CAMPAIGN' TORCHES, &e., New H<,n,ta* * "' C"*?iwho?t.
7 ' *^Lc*ve your ordem lit
CONNER & SNEDEKER'S,
J W LUANb. S An? ??t Fine coma at low rncea.
1 COR. MARKET AND FOURTEENTH STREETS.
15 X. (Jay St, Baltimore, Md. |
J^"EW CROP!
Raisins, Currants, Figs, Dates
WfflPyfik' B!,(X'f!3fu'* Before placing?nj And FRENCH TRUNKS.
Nowfpaper Advertising conauit Alao Capo Cod Cranberrle*. Malaga Grapcaand
yJwJJ'iN I flsn f, TftlOMAfi Jamaica Orangca, at F. IlANAUKR'H,
B&SmKKZj LOKOet TnUmAO, . B 1306 Market Street
NDBEmv innaristse aguth, 8ole Agent'for tho only genuine Gold Dnst ?
WtfiP uutl a?<nH* Nitrt, CHICAOO^ Flour. odO-rtiua. I
Amusements.
OPERA HOUSET" I
ONE NI0I1T ONLY. H
Friday, NovotuUvr 1SSS.
?SEE? I
ON THE TRAIL;
Oil,
Daniel Boone, I
THE PIONEER!
BY MB CttAUL S liAYl.EK.
The pleco 1? cleenntly mounted, and k nmark*
kble ttrouK cant of charartvr-. lm> t>oii MYiir?*l
roin the most prominent light* in the i>role?,U'D'
36 PEOPLE 36 I
To Increase the force of this strong i and H
o Mild icaliitn to the productiou. a html of K
;cnulue Shawnee 'Indian*. including llucki,
rouuvv* ami I'anpooMM, hnvo Ihtu cmtagcil,
six beautiful Trnlnril Uor-v?. M*>;ulfteeto H
New Scenery. St-rtllnjr Shw rflli t-. I'I'tco
liaml'to huinl Knife Unci on llofretuick. BuruLog
of Boone'i l/>?!''?bln, Ac.
uur own murtiiuccnt *I'eclal car Is Uttd to
larry icencry, bones, animal*, Ac.
Admhttlon,and m) cents. No extra cIiutko
for reserved seats: on wile at (\ A. Houm '? Mumc
Store. sale to commence \Yedue?duy. OctoK-r jl.
ix'.T
Grand Opera House,
N0. C. GKKTIIKH, Lcuee & MaimerThursday
and Friday, November 1 k 2.
First production In this city of the 'irund Spectacular
Production ot the ii rent
London Succcm,
THE RULING PASSION!
Under the direction of Aborn mil Petri#.
The Acme of 8U50 Ur&lWut.
The Crystal Palace. The M*d Houm1. Tb#
Rain-storm uf Real Water. The I uli lUtinl
Ship at Sea. The llalloon Asceusion. A Gits;
Production of 11 Ureal Play. A car load cl
scenery.
Prices?15. ir? nnd 50 rent*, Reserved k?i? <m
gale at Mrl.ure li"U?' l'l'unnary.
J^OTICK
To Natural Uas Consumers.
On and after November l. lvss. the ofltoof
the Natural Gmm Company at Wat Yin-hit* *i::
>e open for (lie transaction of ImMuef# from
11. until f? p. m. ovjj
JJOTICE.
Thetlrmof Henry Jacobs To. ha? thi? d?j
been chunked to Jacob* iMiibcrg, the purtntn
remainiuB us they were before.
MORRIS JACOB.4.
ISRAEL LSKMJKRO.
WHKE1.1XO, October'J"i. IMS. tk'.T
^NNOUNCOIOT.
To the VoUn of Ohio (tomty:
I an? a candidate for the office of I'roMxnnici
Attorney, and respectfully solicit your rule* i:
the election to be held November C, l.w\
Truly yours,
Jyl JQK I). Kb*>X.
For Rent.
on s.v i a'SJ1A uTlu'T
MUOJ fate. TU01USIlUUHKS,t C O.. 1.11
Market mrecu <w.m
JPOK RENT.
Several Office* ntul Rooms.
STORE-ROOM 10-13 MAIN STREET.
Lodging Rooms in Rally's lllock
II. FORRES,
J0l4 114.' <'U|.:i: -Ifq-l.
pOli RENT.
The New Ruidnowj Howe Jurt completed at
No. 1007 Main Street,
The main business room is uo fi et, fitted up
with all modern improvement* A|<i>ly u>
JAM t S I.. II A U'I.VV.
JylO N?. ! i '" '
For Sale.
Oil SALE?A BR0VV5~MAHE,
eight year*old; we^U, j.^OikmiwIm broke
to work any place, inquire ol Juits C. Mw>i? k,
2414 Clmplltm street.
FOR SALK OK KKNT-tiji; hulmku
it Lock, 'i I'J ?nd voil coiiier Mam mid
Twenty-tlm ?treetn. Tin* curiier Morr-iiHiui;
furninhcd rooiuf; iilsofuriiifchi-d room* lor Ilk-lit
housekeeping on ni??oiinl)lo Kriiih togoldn-n*
Hilt*. Enquire ut No. 2010 or U|> ?tuio?. Mm.
JOHN IIP KM lilt.
Engine For Sale.
One 12x20, (40 to .V) estimated hone power);
ciHxiaii new; only run nbout tn?? yean-, wnli
bent of care. Will wil tlil* I nline for $450.
to bo delivered about iJeceiubur 1. Now lu u?e
?t our works. _ _
oclO BLOCH BROS.
gTOCKS FOR SALE.
r> Shares Warwick China Company.
4 Sb?re* EWoii ttla** t'o.
10 8hareii KlvcrfcldeOlos* Company.
20 trlinrc* Ijil'elle Null Mill.
50 .Sbures JefllTeon Null Mill.
ft Share* llelmout Nail Mill.
10 tihurcH Wheeling hlcelric-tl Company.
I.IUWlN. urn .
. QCO S'n. ji Tmd'fth >trirt.
Marshall county kajj.mS
FOR KALE.
Highly improved farm of no nrrc?, : miles
south of MoundtvUlc^onvculcnt to church aud
school*, within two miles of mill and stnnv
Farm or about ftJ acres, two ml lex from fiver
and railroad; pari bottom.
, M W. V. HOOK A HRO.,
Jc30 till*' MhtL'i : .'-met.
FOR SALE.
Building Lots on the Old Fairgrounds, fane's
Orchard, North and South Front ."'iruti ami
South i'enn street*, nt very low llgurv*.
A good 6 roomed llomc atJacob rttfft, ftV
a bargain.
Double Hrlck House, 77 and 7I? Virginia street,
will M'll separate or both tojiollier. J hey contain
all modern improvements.
Seven Koomed House. 1:17 South Hroadwny; a
goo<l property nt much less than cost.
Four Koomed Cottage lor $c>.
Eight Koomed House, North Front street;
river Jot; nil in good condition;
Five Koomed House, -'1 North broad way; will j
make a pleasant home.
Six Koomed Brick llouw, southwest corner
Thirty-eighth and Wowl streets, at a bargain;
will pay for investment.
Dwelling Houses, large and small, always on
liauii for rent.
oel8 0 0. SMITH, 1220 Main .?tr<;H.
FOR SALE.
(24) Twenly-fonr Lots in I'nlrtwcll's Aifdl* I
liou to tlic Cilj ol WlicellnK.
8ald Lota ore bounded on the north by Twenty- I
ninth street, on the cast by Fillmore street, on I
the-south by the Handbill ilouuHead, am! on I
tho west by the 11. it 0. It. It. ^
Their proximity to the above named rail'^sd
renders them excellent site* (or manufacturing
establishments.
If not sold in thirty day* will be sold at rub* I
lie auction.
For terms aud further Information *r?[j!y to
W. V. uot.i: .V BltO.,
1W0 Market street,
Or William M. Hanoi.* n,
anl6H. W. Cor. chnfU'M-A- ^ |
Boots and Shoes. I
Boots and Shoes I
FOR PEL AND WISTER WEAR. I
of Good Quality. Durnblo and Reliable, I
Styles and low prices.
Cull and buv and save money. .\ii , "'r' H
ranted. Heel Plates put on Kiibberslwa-sr w-*. m
which will give them double the wear tbaa I
without them, nt
A. G. WINCHER'S, I
(rooms' illock,) i
QCJ2 ||g| Main Strrot.^
Paper, Etc.
WHEELING PAPER HOUSE.' |
W. M. CLEMAIN&,
Wholesaleami Retail I"?' *' I
PAPEB[. I
Bracers', Butchers* ami lUik- i
IJuttcT Dishes stul I ? I '
Manilla. Felt mul ?' ' > , . iron. I
Vonir tm? liiiflll'-ltCSSll I '' .! L.I
Metnla. Old P?|*? uii'l i
Itlndi of 1'MJH.r
Will call for any of the at- ,
t?y posUl card or telephone. on
IvaMMN A: HI- '
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Professional Cards.
jnPw. ATKINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
*!?n
General Insurance Aecni,
1*18 Market HU.Whtfi I
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