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The Intelligencer.
I'uhliihed DnJJy, 8c iul-Weekly and Weekly.
TKKlUt
Tl?' Dally Inlolllgenccr 1* Delivered by Car.
Hern in Wheeling ami adjacent town* al
1.1 renin per week*
By Mall. I'osUfie Ftw la the United Stater
Dull), One Year, (Ml
Daily, Mix Month* -IOC
Daily, Three MontIm ? OC
Dolly! One Month 0.'
Bend-Weekly, One Year 8 W
H-niMYcekly, Hlx Month* 1 'it
Weekly, One Year. 1 (M
Weekly, Hlx Mouth* Ut
(ir?nt reduction* to Cluba. Scud for wunjili
(topic* and circular*. Ad<lre*s
FKKW, CAMPDKLL Jfc HART,
ruBuuiiuu,
Ku*. 25 Si 27 Fourteenth Street,
U'HKEMNO. \V. VA.
"ISnirrwl Ht the IWtofflcc nt Wheeling, W. Va.
m M tninl-rluM matter )
llje Intclltgcuccr.
WH KKLI.NG, W. VA., NOVUM BKR 80,1HH8
'Ti dd" McGinsis and his Mule art
immortal, anyhow.
Goff isn't fretting. He is merel;
watching with both eyes open.
i.i. ... .i... mis
V.JOOD lUCK VO VUU MVDb iiigluww.
tors who have gone to Mexico to learj
to walk .Spanish.
Ammtiouh statesmen who may b
counted into scats jn Congress will no
hold them long. This is some consols!
tion.
Dkmochath who voted for Atkinso)
liavo noted carefully and indignantl;
the throwing out of their votes by th
Democratic County Commissioners.
Tin: Now York newspapers are mat
lug so much fun of the email pace of th
r.tpid transit L roads, that sowethin
really fast and wife may soon bo lookc
for iu Gotham.
A*, nrtis.l* from tl?o Unitiinnrn Sm
published this morning, tells eloquent 1;
of West Virginia's big boom in thegrcn
Elk Garden region, and what enterpric
iug capital is doing there. ,==>
Tiik entertaining Australian lettc
from Mr. Alexander Campbell, one c
the American Commissioners to th
Melbourne Exposition, in this morning'
Intklmukncek, will be read with dee;
interest. Others are to follow.
Pkkuy Bkujont will be in his ne\
place just about long enough to wearfo
the remainder of his life the proud titl
of ex-Minister to Spain. The Presiden
would have sent Mr. Belmont to Enji
land, but ho doesn't speak tiio languag
of the country.
Thk campaign of 1802 has ulready be
gun in West Virginia. The Democrat
opened the ball 011 the day after tb
election by trying to count out niei
whom'tho people had chosen. Thes
things will not be forgotten the nex
lime the people go to the polls.
Two years from now there will be 11
United States Deputy Marshals at th
pulls in this county to help out the di
fented Democracy. The Intelligence
.. 1 .i :n ?... .... ..Mmxtltn!
lUlUKS UH're Will Ut! UU J/l-imij maiexw
here to help either party. Iutiuiidatio
ia not a good way to ascertain the popi
lar will.
Kxousii girls complain that unlet
they can he cut loose from the apro
Rlrinu they never ean hope to keep eve:
with American girls in marrying Britisl
lords. The dear innocents don't fleer
to understand that the American girl
plitv against them with a higher stake i)
culil cash.
It is pitiful to hear that West Virgiui
liepubJicaus hare been riding rougli
shod '?ver Democrats where l)emocrat
have all the machinery. Xo Republi
can has done anything of that sort ii
Ohio county, where a Democrat win
?? < ' !
voted ior a nepuuucuu ib euru w ?. ? ??c
francbised if the County Commissioner
lmvc half ft chance.
In Pittsburgh and Allegheny 30
United States Deputy Marshalls were ii
service on election day, each cxpectin,
a $10 bill besides the double honor. Nov
it appears that thero is no money to pa;
the Democratic scrvauts and will b
none until Congress appropriates il
Congress may not act so promptly as tin
appointing power did, which wouli
luako hard feelings between the boy
and the bosses.
Thk market strcot Dogberry still insist
on being written down an ass. in ye*
terday's paper it said the information 01
which were based tlio Intku-iuknckk'
reports ot inesessious 01 iuiku oieiu
iieturning Jioarll wna furnished by Com
mi6ak>uer8Maxwoll and McGregor. Ii
the next sentence it says Messrs. Max
well and Mcdregor "take their cue fron
the Intelligencer's misleading re
ports." Really, the local Dogberry i
funnier than Bill Nye.
Wnutcri?Employment formi Kx-I'ronWlcnt
President Cleveland sayB ho doesn'
know what ho shall do when he give
way to Benjamin the Beloved. Asimi
lar condition confronts every retirinj
President who is not rich or willing t<
s]>end the remainder of his lifo doinj
nothing. An ex-President is not ex
pected to get down to grubbing for a liv
ing, as other men do, though we profes
to regurd labor us honorable for all men
Ex-President Hayes lias atfordod weal
minds much merriment because ho raisei
some chickens, but in fnctitbe ox-rresi
dent who bears himself as well in retire
ment as General Hayes has need no
mind what people say. An ex-Presiden
has the sauiu right to earn an hones
living as any other man, whether h<
raises chickens or peddles potatoes.
Dim?* It I'ajr?
When there is a change o( the partj
in power nil the patriotic outs rush tc
get in. Those who succeed esteem themselves
fortunate above all others in
Israel. Those who fail generally look
upon tho Republic as ungrateful.
The lucky fellows who went in umlci
Mr. Cleveland are already looking
around for something to turn up. The
good things have not lasted long and
few if any of them came up to the expectation.
Now there must bo a new
start in life with no capital to make it
with. Tho experience in public place ia
rarely of a kind to be useful elsewhero.
Ah true as all this is, it will not keep
the patriotic outs of to*day from making
a set for tho places, so great is tho charm
of that sort ol thing. The places ought
to be Ailed by tho iriends of tho party
in power, but it does not follow that tlio
men who shall fill them will bo better
off. Particularly is thin true of young j,
men, who will bo the Inst to believe it. i
A Crime on llie linllul Mux. v
When the Centre district polls closed \
there were in the ballot boxes 314 votes 1
forG. W. Atkinson for Congress. Yea- ^
| terday there remained but U10 oC those ^
i votes. This fact Ib prima fori?, evidence
that the ballots have been tampered with, r
' If the change made were in favor of Mr. .
, Atkinson instead of Mr. Pendleton every j
> partisan of Pendleton's would howl him- t
, self black in the faco and the Jteguter >
would return to "job office type and
triple leaded shrieks." t But it happens j
that Pendleton is thebunelieiary, and it |
is all right. The oilcnso is too grave to ]
[ suspect anybody of lightly; but there 1
are too many discrepancies in favor of j
! .Mr. Pendleton, contrasted with none in |
invorof Mr. Atkinson, to be accidental. (
This new phase in the most serious one
yet presented. Until mi explanation is
I offered there is good reason to believe a .
[j felony has been committed. That Mr.
Pendleton was privy to it nobody will '
believe. That any of his active sup- j
^ porters committed it is inpredible. But i
tho prima facie evidence Una the ballots ]
. were tampered with remains, and it is 1
u incumbent on somebody interested in
maintaining the sanctity of the ballot to i
do what bo can toward bringing the
o scoundrel to justice.
Jtlnlno Cuiijilit In tliu Act.
In the pretty little capital city of
Augusta an important discovery lias
u been mado and thenco heralded to the
y world. Sir. Blaine is determined to no
o in the Cabinet a? Secretary of State be- j
cause he wished to run the Republican
party and overshadow President Harrison.
This shows what a bold, bad injfiguer
Mr. Blaine is. ,
^ The man who refused to be nominated
for the Presidency, whoso friends with
his consent did nominate the next Presi- (
if dent, who lias been at the head of hie |
y party long enough to satisfy a niort; i
,t grasping jn'an?this man id lying awake
J- O IUgOU* HCIlt-lllllig IVJ gcv i"o A.......
the ?eck of the party.
Mr. Blaine will be very much ashamed <
r when ^e realizes the enormity of his i
offense. Just the same he will he in J
0 the Cabinet if he wants lo he and when ,
8 he wants to be; and the Istklliukxcku <
P makes the guess that lie will he there at
the urgent request of President liar- .
v rieon.
r Tlio Went Virginia Kindlon.
t? Thero is au evident desire on the part j
t of the Democratic managers to divert
j- public attention from their manoeuvres
in tlio county of Ohio aud the city of
Wheeling. They would like to make
the people forget what was done here
!* and believe thattlie wi6k'ed Republicans
a cheated them in Democratic counties
0 with all the machinery on the Deinoa
cratic side.
0 Granting it to be true thatRepubli- i
t cans used repeaters in Democratic j
counties, ran in all sorts of illegal votes *
0 under the noses of Democratic election j
officers and falsified the returns in spite i
of the Democratic election officers, what ;
j, explanation huvo tho Democratic man- j
agers to give to tho people of Ohio >
county? Here thoy used United StaUs \
Deputy Marshals, who then made their j
appearance at an election for tho first
time since West Virginia has been a
18 Suite. ,
" Tho manageis used these men iu the J
n city of Wheeling where elections are as
'l quiet as prayer meetings; they used <
11 them to intimidate honest voters. They
8 have since boasted that this abuse of au11
thority saved Ohio county to the Demo- ]
cratic ticket. But it seems that Ohio
a county was not saved enough, and so
[m they got to work with their /arce of a res
count to give a certificate of election to j
a deflated Democratic nominee for Conu
greas.
0 They have resorted to the same thing 1
in other parts of the Statu, hut what the
8 Intelligencer says of Ohio county is ?
true to the personal knowledge of every
sane man in the county. If the recent ,
6 West Virginia election has been dis:i
credited ubroad it is no more than haj>g
pened to it at home, and the defeated (
v Democratic managers are responsible
y for it.
e A Stop Thief Cry. J
:. Grqfton Sentinel.
b The liajistrr't talk about Goir boodle J
] corrupting U eot > irguim i'Uiuita m ;
' more of the stop thief cry. Wo havo it
on good authority tliut in ouo district
nlonu in Barbour county the Democratic
State Committee spent three hundred j
H dollars, while in the county the enorin- *
i- out! amount of monoy used to carry the j
u Democratic tickct can only he guessed <
at. The county in a fair election is lie- <
" publican, but was saved to the opposite
tion by the elaborate use of money.
George Tingle's trip into the "interior" *
wasnt for pleasure alone. *
lliicklcu'n Arnica Salvo.
The best Salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, i
corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud uosi- i
tively cures piles, or no pay required, a
It is guaranteed to give perfect natis- t
faction, or money refunded. Price -o <
- ? o?Iu I < V >u I
i I t il 1*1 |IUI W*. 1WI OUIl, UVIW^MI " WWI u
h drug store.
Catarkii cubed, health and sweet [
$ breath secured,, by Shiloli's Catarrh t
j Remedy. Price 60 cents. Nasal lu,
jectorfree.
* For lauie back, sidoor chest, uso Shi*
loh's Porous Plaster. Price -5 cents.
Siiiloii's Cough and Cousuuiption
k Curo is sold by us on a guarantee. It
cures Consumption. Sold by W. E. *
' Williams and C. Menkemiller. kow .
c ?
a Although corn has many kernels, that j
. is no sign it was llrst grown in Ken- ,
tucky. |
t An Exiilniintlon.
t What is tills "nervous trouble" with
t which so mauy aoem now to bo alllictcd ?
If you will remember a few years ago
the word Malaria was comparatively unknown?to-day
it is as common as uny
word in tho finglisb language, yet tins
word covers only the meaoingof another ?
" word nscil bv our forefathers iu time# u
> past. So it is with nervous discuses, as 'J
they and Malaria are intended to cover n
what ourgrandfathers called Biliousness, u
' and all are caused by troubles that arise ?
: [roin a diseased condition of the Liver
which in performing its functions finding
. it cannot dispose of the bile thro,ugh the
ordinary channel is compelled to pass it
1 on inrouKu ww ?
troubles, Mulario, Bilious tover, etc. ?
You who arc suffering can well appro- u
date a euro. We recommend Greens ?
August Flower. Its cures are marvelous. (1,
DAW
A now story is called "Tho Editor's
Purse." There's nothing in it.
A SAM HtOUY. The
child coughed. The mother ran.
No remedy was near. Before morning _
the poor little sutlerer was dead. Mural:
Always keep Dr. Acker's English Rem- ?<
edy at hand. C. It. GoeUe, K. B. Burt, ^
C. Menkemoller, Logan & Co. 6 Ai
Tariff RevUloii.
When asked how jlrwly ibis viotory
ntrenchnd the Kepublica'ns iu power,
ion. William Walter Phelps'said:
Four yearn, certainly, and twenty-four
ears if tbcv adjust the inequalities of
ho tariff. If this be not done 1 think
)emocratic victory will follow in 1892."
^ frank statement, which niany may re:ard
an rather rash toward the close, but
tone as improbable.
Let the warning uttered by Mr. Phelps
infill the ears of the party.
Jt will be well to reach an understandng
early on the question of tariff re via*
on. The ltcpublicans arc committed to
hifl work. National, State una Concessional
convention have given pledges.
Phe party's record when in power is u
promise and a pledge. The people expect
modifications of the tariff to be
nrtde, on the line of Protection. They
mve voted FrceTrade down and indorsed
he Protective extern, but it would be a
rr.ive mistake to sunnose that existing
schedules had been Indorsed. The county
has declared that all necessary!
. Iianges in the tariffshall bo effected by
,he friends of Protection. I
Ttio iwu Virginian.
PUlfbtirgh Timr*.
Cleveland's majority in Old Virginia
is so small that the result is virtually a
Democratic defeat. When we say inajority
we mean what is shown after the
returns have been subjected to the Virginia
system of counting. It is the setlled
belief of many of the bust informed
Republicans that the majority is really
11 handsome one for Harrison. As it is
thu shewing will be nearer 1,000 than
3,000. It is possible that that slender
thread will be broken along with the
scarcely less frail one on which hangs
the alleged Cleveland majority in West
Virginia.
Nutlilnu More DU^ruccfuI.
PUftburgh Commercial- GiizeiU.
Nothing could be more disgraceful or
more highly criminal than the transparent
efforts now being made iu West
Virginia to overthrow the will of the
majority by chicanery and'fruud,and yet
the party responsible for these acts professes
to have a dread that tho Republicans
will "interfere" with their election
methods in the South! In other words,
they are demonstrating to the whole
ruiliprv mu HUBUIUW v? *
i-ral interference, and will have but
themselves to blurne if their worst fears
ire realized.
Whoru Ho lti-fps 111m Kullgiou.
Dr. Talmuuc.
Many a tnnn sits in his pew on t Sunlay
nieht and sinpi "Rock of Ajjes" and
rolls his eyes very piouBly, who, on
[ omine out at the close? of the service,
chills the pew door and nays, "Good-by,
religion. 1 will be back again next SunJay."
Governor Lihik'i* I'rullrtloii.
SprlnnfleM (Mtw.) Republican.
. . i\ i .. . 4. i i .t.~ r?
ionn J'. i.oug iuiu tin' jkcjMiuucuu
Slate Convention that the cup would be
found in little Benjamin's Hack?and ho
it has proved to be.
Lout lilN IJcarlug*.
Marlborough Timit, (/Arm.)
There is balm in Gilenri, perhaps, but
where the devil in Gilead?
A. man* who lias practiced medicine for
forty years, ought to know salt from
sugar; read what he says.
Toledo, 0., Jan. 10,1887.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co.?Gentlemen
1 have been in the general practice
ot medicine for most forty years,
ind would say that iu all my practice
and experience, have never seen a preparation
that 1 could prescribe with us
much confidence of success as I can
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
you. Have prescribed it a great many
tiuieg and its effect is wonderful, and
would say in conclusion that 1 have yet
lo linil a ease of Catarrh that it would
not cure, if they would take it according
Lo directions. Yours Truly,
L. L. tioitsucn, M. I).,
OUice, *215 Summit St.
Wo will give $100 lor anv ease of Catarrh
that can not be cured with Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Taken internally.
F. J. Cjie.vky Co., Props., Toledo,
0. Sold by druggets, 75c. daw
* *
Things be and they be not. The lines
Along a striped cat's back are now furrows,
yet they are fur-rows.
SUK IS "GUATKfc'UL."
"I saved the life of inv little girl by
Jio prompt use of I)r. Acker's Enclisii
Remedy for consumption."?Airs. Win.
V. Hurriman, New York. C. R. Guctze,
It. 11. Burt, C. Menkemeller, Logan &
Jo. G
The druggist charges the soda fountain
ind makes tho customer pay cash.
You can get Docking's red lire torches
it any hour of the night.
A clean sweep will mine a good deal
)f dust. _
ru?it! 1'llttMl Itchliijc I'lIoN,
Syhitoms.?Moisture; Intense Itching and
itiiiKlug; most ut night; woraC by scratching.
If ullovvcd to continue tumor* form, which
if ten bleed mid ulccratc, becoming very Bore.
iW AYNK'fl Ol.NTMKST ftOjm tllC Itclllllg HDd ,
iUx?o>ii>. iii'jlIh uicunitlon. ?nd lu most eases re-1
novea tTie tuuuira. At iIrtiy?I.H|M or by mull, for i
ai cents. Dr. Swnyne & S'uii, i'hlwdelphlft.
TTllMW ___________
lk-icnin, Itchy, Scaly, Skin Tortures.
Tho slmplo application ol "Swavkr'* Oikt- i
iibnt," without Hiiy internal medicine, will cure ,
my idk ol Tetter, Salt Hheum, Ringworm,
'lien, Iich, Sores, l'ituplen, Eczema, oil Scaly,
tchy Skin Eruptious, no matter how obstinate
>r long standing. It in potent, elective. *ud
:oftt? hut a trifle. rriuuw
Indianapolis will please sit down find
lop yelling. There have been Presili'iitH
elected before. '
YOUR EARS
Ought to hare nltenlion perhaps. If bo, 0. B.
). will do you good, removing all inorganic
natter, the direct cause of deafness. It will also
iid your digestion. Wit new the following lestlaouials:
Could Hoar a Tick Crawl.
Air. C. K. Hall wrote from Shelby, Ala.. Febunryi>.
1.H.S7: "I could not hoar it thunder. 1
icard of H. It. 13.. lined two bottle*, and now can
icuir a tick crawl hi tho leaven.
"1 Cave Up to Die."
Knoxvim.e, Tknn., July 2,18S7.
1 have had catarrh of tho head fornix yearn. I
tent to n noted <!octor and ho trented mo for It,
tut could not euro mo, he bald. 1 wm over fifty
earn old and I gave up to die. I had a dUtruoN
iik coii|th; iny eyci were nwollen and I am eonIdi-ut
1 could not lime lived without a change.
K'nt hum sot one bottle of your medicine, uacd
t, and felt bettor, i hen 1 ?ot four more, aud
hault God! It cured me. Une thin any way you
nay wlihior the good of nuH'crer*.
Mm. Matilda Niciioi*,
Florid* titreet.
A Preacher Cured of Dyspepsia.
MiccoflUKKS, Fu., Leon Co., July 20, ISSfl.
I have !>eou a suflerer from Indigo-nion and
ynpoiwia f?>r H long time, and have tried many
Biuodicn, but until 1 was induced by my friends
?try your H. H. H. wcclved uo relief, but since
IHIIIK 11 unvu IUU1111 BIUIC raiivi nuu wuj?iu
Iikii from toy otlicr treatment I have tucd.
loiiiuic you will forward to my addren your
.tile :rj-j>a>je book for prm-rlptlon, a)?o evidence
( cum. rieud at vat Urn date.
Rev. Itou'r C.
A Book of Wonders. Freo.
All who desire full Information about the
tune and care of Hlood I'oUon*. Scrofula or
?rofolotti spelling*. Ulcer*. ftirea, Khfuma?iu,
Kulucv Complalutt, Catarrh, ctc., ran ?
*! Book of Wonder*, flllcd with the moat wonerful
unH startling proof ever before known.
Address, BLOOD BALM CO^
LOGAN & CO.,
no'Mxw Wholesale Agent*. i
Special Notices. (
FITS:?All Flu ?topped frao by Dr. Kline'e
n?t *>erve Restorer. So Flu alter flret dmy'e
?. Marvelous cures. Treatise and r.'OO trial
ittle free to Fit cases. Ken J to Dr. Kline, m
rob street, Philadelphia, Pa. mrraw
New Advertisements.
Fou bekt?fuhnishkd room,
with or without board. Inquire at IM
Fifteenth iitrcet. noa*
wantkd-by a responsible
f party for u term of yws, a ro?m1 business
room on Twelfth street, between Main and Market,
or on Main l?etwecu Kleventh and find alley
south of Twelfth street. AddriH* "\V
thUoflUf. rioju TTh4?*
^LTAR
CANDLES,
Funcy Decorated Candles.
Wax Candles of all kinds.
EWING BROS.,
no20 IMS Market St.. opp. McLure Home.
rpiUNKSGrVIKG!
You can depend upon us for your Thanksgiving
suppliea. Wo have quality and variety
enough to piea?e every one.
New ClUHtcr Kaklna, ?lelioioUK Layer Fiu*.
French <:ry?Uili/ed Fruit*, Lemon and Omuite
Feel, French l'mnffl. Mince Meat, Plum Pudding.
Call at onto and leave your orders to
uvoid Ilia rush. F. II aNA UKK.
noJOnlus lJOfl Market Street.
?JMIE SCIENTIFIC.
K. K. Glfrn ,( Co., Ctfy:?Gentlemen?I am
glad to linn that the fcleutifle Mill I botiKhtof
you ia what you mid the manufacturer! elaim
for it?Tilr. hemr Mill on Eaktii. I have ground
over 5,UX) tuudioUon my milt with one wit of
bun*, and they are good yet. huvu n??t had t<?
upend 0110 cent fur reining and ha\e?avc<l lifty
percent of my feed by grinding my corn nod
eob and oata together. 1 would not do without
the Scientific Mill.
lioJI CHS. SKIHKRT. City.
1~> Eft II LA H TUESDAY PACKET
IV 'orPorkerslmrff, Pomeroy, Galll- . itjb? ^
poll*. Iron ton, Huntington, I'ort*- LaHjfifcnf
mouth. Maysville, Cincinnati and**""*
I<oiiif>rillc> The elegant imwe tigerntcuiuer
-ANDES,Chan.
MnUlvnxvu, Coin'i, Mart F. Noll, Cl?k,
will lenvc for nbovo point* on TrwoAY, Xov.
J'l. nt a o'clock p. in., churp. Pawcuwr* nnd
freight receipted through to nil point* West and
South.
For freight or pnjMugc apply on board or to
nolo ritAXK ftOOTfl. Ayrut.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF MAIN
8TRKET FROPRRTY.
If UAt Hoonor Mild At private mIo, I will, on
SATURDAY. December 1,1H8*. nt 10 o'clock a.
in., nt Hit* north front door of the Court llonce
of Ohio coiiuty. In the city of Wheeling, offer at
public mle to the liinhc-t nud be?t bidder, nil
me following ueicrioeu rem cmuic, viz: nuriy
right feet iu fiont on tbo went aide of Main
utrcot oil* tho northern imrt of lot numbered
forty-one (hot No 41), of and B. addition to
the city of Wheeling, itnd running back westward
ly from Main atreot one hundred and twenty
two feet to a twenty fool alley, upon which
the rnddrnce* Sua. and '/111 on ttald street
are located.
Ti:itMfl ok Sai.r?Keflkonnble; to be announced
on ttiednvnf a&lo. UKNKY SKUIU.
bxecmorof the will of ClirlUlnaSerig, deceased.
XV. II. IIai.i.kr, Atu-tlobeer. no20
AUCTION SALE
op
Gray's Iron Line,
At the landing, foot of Liberty street, I'lttxburgli
I'a., TIiniuiPAY. December la, lS88,at 10
o'clock ?. in., Kteauibouts
Iron Duke, iron Age, Ironsides.
16 Cargo I lot IlarRtfl, 10 Dock ltarges.n Open Hull
Hargen, ICoal iiuige, 3 Coal Plata and '2 l imber
Hot torn 1 lata, planked fore uod aft.
The attention of rivermon is asked to the sale
ol this valuable property, which t? to clow out
ilm IiiinIucik of thia ixjimltir iind nroMiieruuii
line.
Any further Information run b? bad ^y application
to Gray'* I run Line, i*itt?burt;!i. I'm.
By order of the E* ecu tors of the i unite of B.
C. (imy. JOHN D. BAILEY,
uo'JO-tuAP Auctioneer.
~ OPERA HOUSE.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER26,'
Instrumental and Vocal Concert
by ti1k
Boston Symphony Orchestral Clnb!
lncludlug the following Artlnta:
Mb. Wilms Nokkix, 8olo Violin and I.wder.
Mb. Ciiablbb f'ai.m. Violin.
Ma. Hici!AB0SToi:ur.a. Violin D'Araour.
MoSK.JlDQt.mK BUBOflE, Kioto Virtuoso.
Mb. JftKW bkckkl, Double Bhm.
Mb. I'll im it Botu, Violoncello SoloUt,
and
mu? i.T.sjv ci. v i(K wishing.
I'rlma Ponna Soprano,
Under the management, and assisted !?y the
Arlon Singing ??clcijr, of >Ylicelinf.
Admission, 60 cents. Reserved seats, 76 tents,
fialo ft reserved seats commences Friday, NoTOmberM.
at A. House's Music *torc. no20
WANTED.
Modern IIoukor in Second orThird ward. One,
prieo not to oxcecd g ?,6u0. One, prlee not to exceed
8.>,WN). One, price not to exceed JS.OtO,
FOR SALE.
No. 1*0 Alley 13, cornering on Alley 13 aud
Alley (i, 6 roomed frame house.
So 137 South Broadway, frame house, 7 rooms,
illuminating uud natural km, water ou Unit aud
hccond floors ground 40 by 1*0 feet.
No. mf> and 2249 Market street.
No. MOand 1042 Market street.
No. 742 Main street.
No. 212t> Market street; ground a full lot.
No; h'J Fourteenth street, ground n half lot,
No. 2?S Main street, 1.0 rooms and attic, f3,300.
FOR RENT.
No. 2510 Main street, 2 rooms
No. 2M0 Main street, 4 roonts S10 ro
No. 2163 Mil In street, stote-room 10 00
No. 184 A ley 14 C 00
No. 2245 Market St.,store-room and cellar~....15 00
No. V2M Market strvct, third floor.......... 6 00
No. V249 Market street, third floor 5 00
No. I0i2 Market street, store-room and tw
rooms 80 00
No. KXI7 Market street, store room 10 00
No. 11)20 Main street, bar-room and fixtures,
throe rooms and cellar 18 00
No. 1M Nineteenth street, a roomed house... 6 00
No. 07 Elovcuth street, eastof Baltimorest. G 00
JAMES A. HENRY,
Real Estate Agent, U. S. reunion and Claim At
torney, Collector and Notary Public.
Personal attention Riven to Renting Houses,
CollectingRents, Purchase and Galoot Real Estate.
1 prosecute Claims for Pension. Hounty,
Ac. Notary Commission flle^Ju Pension Ofllce,
Pension vouchers ccrtlfled, Depositions taken tn
Pension claims: Deeds, Leases. Agreements and
other written instnitnentn prepared. Tho Ck>lU'ution
of Accounts a specialty, aud prompt return*
made. *
noiy Ophck: Wo. if.t2 Market Street.
FURS.
Seal Skin Capos
At $20, ^35, $40, $50.
Seal Skin Mull's
At $10, $15, $20.
Black Persian Capes
At $20, $25, $10.
Illack Persian Muffs
At $<>, $$, $10, $12.
ALSO,
Kiissian And Hudson Hay Sahlos, lllnc
I,jnx, Martin, Sink, Silver Fox, etc.,
etc., at correspondingly low prices.
Price Lists on application.
C.G,
fiTTNTHER'S SONS.!
VI V A1 A AAMA1 rvs IV VAIVj
(ESTABLISHED A. D. 1S20.)
184 Fifth Avenue,
SEW YORK CITY.
POIQ-MTW
Q W.ATKINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND
uenerui insurance Agent,
. 1318 Market St., Wheeling, W. V*.
aflrcoiloctJoiii promptly attended to. I mar
anre ollcltvd In Wheeling, and In all parti ol
Went Virginia. (tan place inrorance at loweil
rntr* >n?1 In N^trowpanlwi. anlft-P**
QABINET PHOTOGRAPHS
Only $3 00 Per Dozen
HltiGLVy GALLERY,
No. 42 Twelfth 8treeL
?
Ceo. E. Stlfel & Co.
Geo. E. Stifel
&s Go.
We are now offering special
inducements throughout our
Dress
Goods
DEPARTMENT.
Clnrvo nf I IrtOC ftf
UIO^UIII- blliww wi
Silks,
Satins,
Plushes
AnH Vplvfitfi.
A ki 1 VI ? V* ? W
Plain, unil with Horolt s Combination.
THE PRIESTLEYS
Silk Warp Henriettas,
And all Shades of
All-Wool Cashmeres, Broad and
Ladies' Cloths.
DAILY ARRIVALS 01'
PLUSH AND CLOIH
WRAPS!
In the Latest Styles.
-OURSealSkinGarments
Are from the best Furriers
in the country.
Geo.E. Stifel&Go.,
1114 MAIN ST.
nolil
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
SPECIAL SALE
?of?
CLOAKS
The largest stock in the
State. Correct styles and low
prices.
Ladles' Cloth Newmarkets.
Ladles' Cloth Raglans.
Ladles' Cloth Jackets.
All the Desirable Styles ol
PLUSH WRAPS
Phil/lrnn'c TlnoVc
umiuiiiu o vjiuiiuo
In endless variety, to fit all
ages, Irom 4 years uwards.
New additions made daily in
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Cloaks.
I 0 DTJATYDO P, Pf\
u.0.nnui;?i0(xuu.
ncfl
Political,
Red Fire
Tiio ucu riro Torcnes wmcii i
manufacture are not only guaranteed
to bo the largest, best, and
glvo the brightest light, and to
burn 10 minutes, but in nddition
110 dunger from spontaneous combustion.
When buying, always
specify DOCKING'S RED FIRE
'10RCH. Orders receive prompt
attention. .Manufactured by
EDMUND F. DOCKING,
Wheeling, W. Va.
Price List mailed on application.
Housafurnlshlng Hardware.
J>ALACE COAL VASfc^
Parlor Fenders and Fire Sets,
In laree variety, at tho Hardware and Ho refur ,
ti lulling Htore of '
NE8BITT Ji BRO.,
nol-T hag 1312 Market Street.
pARING
KNIVES I
We have the nicest Paring Knife ever Invent- !
cd. It Is altrarii aet to cut ouo thickness. You |
cannot waate fruit or vegetables. Wholesale or .
retail
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S 80N8,
wflM* 1/10 Main ptrwt '
THIS PAPER E?~J.
Kowspapor Advertlalng Bureau (10 flpruco .
Street), wbetoadvor ||?i|if If A VI1/
So nuSo1srirs NIWfiORIL
Ceo. R. Taylor & Co.
~HATK
?C
W -
PKM
Geo. R, Ta
DRESS
DEPAR'
All Marked Down. A
FINE AM
40 inches wide, dowr
STILL FINER AI
40 inches wide, dowr
FINEST ALL-IOC
48 inches wide, dowr
ALL-WOO
39 inches wide, dowr
FINEST fiU-WM
1 1JL1UV1 llUii u W '
42 inches wide, dowi
Henrietta Cloths
FINEST <
46 inches wide, dow
Broadcloths, all colors
Broadcloths, all colors
Broadcloths, all colors
Broadcloths, all colors
Broadcloths, all colors
?gr*We invite a
and see the barg?
and other departr
This change of
this morning, Oct
GEO. Ilk
C. Mendel & Co.?Ft
THE NEV
We arc pleased to announce largo arrivals of
attention Is Invited to a choice, complete and (
most Charming KQccU In
Parlor aid CI
DINING-ROOM, HALL I
?Single Pieces Miso
CARPETS, LIME
Rugs, Ma1
In crcry Department we offer unparalleled !i
Good* rl quality beyoml qucatlon, and to theno
thcHTRONG INDUCEMENT OF LOW PRICES,
n? well mi the Choicest flock In that of
G.MEND
Furniture
No. 1124 MA
^^Undertaking a S
Sewing Machlnes
ToSaveYouF
We are selling Sewing Machine* at greatly
dealing direct with us you have the agent's comi
made. We handle the
Standard, White, Howo, 1
We will tell on time nnd learn: Machines, i
mcnts. Call, write or telephone us for part ion la
Needles ami attachments for all Machines.
EDWARD L. ROSE S CO., 65
oc13 Where We Have Be
Paper, Etc.
WHEELING PAPER HOUSE.
W. M. CLEMANS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
T=> A -T3-Cn-C3 T
_1_ -I. miL I MUV .
Grocer*', Butcher*' and Bakers'Straw Wrapping,
Butter 11 ImIich mid Twine* urn! nil kind* of
Manilla. Frit and Bulidluff taper*
Wo pay the hii:hc?t cash price for Hog", Iron.
Metal*, Lead, Old 1'nper* uud Hooka, and all
kind* of I'aper stock.
Will call for any of the above on being notified
by postal card or telephone, on aliort notice.
143 MAIN & 1418 SOUTil ?TS..
Jewelry. Watches, &c.
AttiiiTSpiSei!
OUR STOCK OF FINE
Breach Loading Guns,
For Fall Trade, la now complete. We have Gum
from 15 to 115 each, rvprcHentlng nearly every
reliable maker knoWh. Our price* are KUarauteed
aa low aa any bouae In tlio country. Call
and see ui or writo for pricrju
I. C. DILLON & CO.,
Jeweler*, 1221 Market Street.
Wo arc Agent* for Chamberlln ? Peten* Cartridge
Co.'a loaded ahella ae20
China, Class and Queensware.
JUST OPENED I
A FINE LIJfK Of
Table Cutlery, Carvers, Sc., Sc.
AIm, ad elegant aMortmcnt ol Library and
Hand Lamp*, at reasonable prices.
JOHN' FRIKDEL,
oc20 1119 Main and 1120 Water Street*.
#
.?Reduction of Prices.
EDUCTION
ZESl
ylor & Co.'s
GOODS
TMENT.
ofnni'phinriliT T nur Dri/iflC
oiumomugij uun jLiiuw.
iUERGES,
i to 48c. worth 60 cts.
iL-WOOL SERGES,
i to 65c, worth 80 cts.
!L SERGES MADE,
l to 88c, worth $1.00.
L ALMAS.
/
i to 72c. worth 85 ct3.
)L ALMAS HADE,
ri to $1.05 from $1.25.
and Drap d' Eta,
DUALITY,
n to $1.05 from $1.25.
i, 88 cts, from $1.00.
i, $1.05, from $1.25.
, $1.48, from $1.75.
;j $1.65, from $1.90.
,.$2.20, from $2.50.
II interested to call
lins we offer in this
nents.
prices dates from
ober 22.
MS CO.
irniture and Carpets.
^STYLES
-E.A.ID-Z' I
New Good*, fresh from tho mnnufocturen. Your
artfully bclccted wsortraeut of the Newest and
mkr Suits,
t LImAKi rUKNliUKis,
ellaneous Furniture,?
ND?
1UMS, OIL CLOTHS,
:s, &c., &c.
nduccraenta to buyers in tho way of filch Clm*
wu add unlimited variety in a'l new novelties and
by which wc shall dcmoimrate that the Cheapest
EL&CO.
s & Carpets
kIN STREET.
pecialty *n27
-Edw. L. Rose & Co.
? Ready
rom$15TO$25.
reduced price*. Wo employ no Canva*?eni: by
nimtlon, and securc the very Gent Sewing Machine*
*Jew Homo and Automatic.
ind will Rivo liberal dlaeounta lor prompt pay1*.
All kind* of Machine* repaired.
Twelfth Street, Wheeling, IS. Ya.,
on for Twelve Years.
Auction and Loan Office.
AUCTION THIS EVENING!
Wickham's Auction House
No. 1183 MauxbtSt., Wheeling, W. Va.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Underwear,
Ovenhirta, Notlou*. Bool* and Shoes, WatehM !
Jewelry, Plated Ware. Cutlery, Munich InBiruineuta,
Fancy China Vanea, Cup#,
Saucer* and others article* too numerous
to meutlon.
Private Sales at Auction Prices.
WFurnlture, *c., Ilou?ht and Sold. Money
AdranwWiriArtl(Mc*j>M^^
Dentistry.
ONLY TEisf DOLLARS
?($10.00)?
FOR A GOOD SET OF
GUM TEETH,
IT
McCORMICK'S,
1050 Main street.
Steamship Tickets.
"tC^XTKEMhTSOUTHEltN KOUTETO
lit KUKOI-K.
The Hteamidilp Victoria. 4,000 toil*, It Intended
to Mil from New York Wednesday, November 21,
taking paMenBem (or Gibraltar. octiwa. Leghorn
Mud NnpU'D. Kxcurainti ticket" K'H*) one
J ear, can be mu4e available for return pauago
mm Liverpool or (ilawow by return Anchor
Llneitcamcr. TourUta for Egypt ?tid the lloly
Land can book through to Port Said, Hue* aud
Inmitlla, connecting ?t Naplea with the atcamen
of the Orient Line.
FoMuniw mionuto ^T^ssmaallL
_ Amusements.
OPE RAH OU S E,
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 23 and i\
AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
GEORGE H. ADAMS
And ibo Stating Pbcnomeu
TOMA HANLON
In the Spcrtwutu S|*nki,?, |-?Uoata^
Supports! by a MutninntU ?(fVAtiizMtion
ewy member Mnn an Actor < ! iL*
pu o, h voraltn ami N <Uno r
Brilliant I>litl??Kue. lnifr>|K.r.v i with ori?i.,.i
Munlc, Brummie SurprW*. v..VI,j ,, *"al
Novel ErolutlOM CxTml Trmmforawtlon.
Elaborate t%? turn-'- lw>* n#S
Tableaux aud Uanclng |Nir cxivllvwv. UUIttl
EverythtnK Entirely New.
Evening price*. ?u<i ;o i, .
wain. Si 00. Matinee prl?tw ,
IN?.rVrrl M'Hl* T.'i iilils . V11*'
iiotiM' M MukIc Store*, miiu to commence Unit,,
?i?v y??vt'ii?>HT'ii ,.0ly
Grand Opera HouFeT
O. C. GKNTIIKIt, Lca>ee & Maoasct.
Three Night*, oommvacinK MONDAY, Nor. l)
Tho Succcufnl Melo-draui#.
UNDER THE LASH.
Iutroducinir the talented young urtor, W?||cro
SAufortl, >upi?ortul b> tlx original \ltr
York Cumimuv
Togothor with the t'liuuomliuU ;v \n.n
Do??. HeroKtitTHector, tho anJt't- Mwvtli
ot Sagacity. Novr hikI atehy >jh. U!tie*.
S|?ocIul scenery.
Admiwioii, i&. 23 and Occiin. RcicrYcrimta
on m*h> nt Mei.uTfc H?n>e i'lumiwrv
Grand Opera House'
0. C. GENTHKR, Leasee and Manager.
Three Night* and Hntmday Matinee,
Commencing Thursday Nov. 22.
Third ycarqf the powerful emotional acta*.
MADAME NEUVILLE
And lii-r miii, Anuiislin .NYurlllr,
Tbo popular youns earned Un, in the *,.< rcuic]
foiiifdj-dminn,
THE BOY TRAMP!
Supported by a cutujmtiy u{ unusiml merit
Spoi'lnl Scenery, Hnporb Costume*, and \s0>.
dorful Mechltnii'al Kfleeta.
AdiHUMon, u? '-'.i uiid ;?.j ct'iii.s. in ?. rvc 1?,-?:?
on MilpHt M?'i iir>- IIiiiim- I'liurniiicv i,. ,
Proposals.
PiriBBUKan, wiiiin?. .v k'y k. it.c<m
I'lttubur^ti. I'ii.. Nov. :i. Iv.?, j 1
J^OTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Tno tmrtcnlunod will rccclvo iirojtf?.?ftls until I
Nov. '2", 1SW, lor tbf wile to tin-in of &<.u#nf ih?
Firel Morijoijjo llondh of the I'lttNliuntli, Wbtti- I
liii?'?t Kontuok\ Kiillrond Co. for tlic|?uriKi??oJ I
the sinking fund. iu? iirnvjded In tl??? murium I
M'curlUK wild bonds, dutcd Oct. ?, i>77.
Tuos. |). Mkkm.cc,
W. IMlL iliiAlili,
novfltr TniMfPii. H
For Rent. |
on KHNT?tIik iiauuki: shop I
ill banoiticDl of the liotol w Inclmr. /id
drew or u(?i?ly to K. fl CAHNKY, Muiurit Uotel V
\N liiilMir. i)?l7
fpOH KENT. ~ |
Sevenl Qfilccs nnd IIqoias.
STORE-ROOM 10iS MAIN* 8TRKCT.
Lodging HootnJi in Rally's Block.
II. FORBRfl,
leH ltf?
yon RENT.
Tho New Rutinesa II ou*o juat completed at
No. 10U7 Main Street.
The main busluexa room In luo feet, fitted up
with all modern improvement*. Apply to
jAAIfc? L. IIAWLKY,
}y!0 No. Ha) MhIii Street.
For Sale.
IjmGllTmiio rat SALE.
Wo have a Fino
Ki'iiiilcli St llacll t'lirlgkl rhuio,
Used but u short time, thut we oiler nt a great
bargain. MUht bo Hold.
luilf. F. XV. U.U'MKU A CO.
yrOCKS FORSALK.
ft Slinre* Standard Iron Workn.*
21 Share# Warwick Chum < ??mj>any.
b Share* Klectrle Lldit ?n?l Power Company.
i..u auiirvs nriiiiiru ??imiow wihm i in|>iinj . kj
AIm), one K<?o1 two-story Hrick liwclin g, So.
42 fifteenth utroet, cheap, on ? ?>> lerin*.
i. tUWIN, Agent,
tinl-l So.-ji Tiu-lfHi >tn< t.
TOOK SALE.
Island Lots,
Choice Building Loin on Wheeling Maud for
Rule at low prlccti, and ou eii>y (vrms
nol.TTThi* Jul in r. mirtiBisT.
JJAKEKY R)K .SALE.
A flrat-clftMcd. well eqiilpi*c?l Bakery can 1m>
purebred, together with the goo?l-{myinft tnulo
it enjoys, for a reasonable num. a desire t# eugage
in other business Is tho reason for wanting
to sell. Address,
nos X.. K.. thlM'TOcc.
JjiOJt SALE LOW.
1,000 ACRES,
TwomilvH from MI?Mli'l/i?urnc, T)lt*r county,
\Y. Va.,6U0?crwof whleb in in Hue timber.
W. V. HO'.K X UKO.,
,,02 l.Mi Mnrhri Hmt.
Engine For Sale.
One 12x20, (40 to Ml etrtlniftted !inr>c power):
co<hI m new; only run about niiij
bUtofme. Will H'tl this hngtnu tor *450.
to be delivered about Decern bei 1. >-<?w ?' u*
US BLOCH BROS.
FORSALE.
BullI?ot* on iheOM F?ir Ground*. Znne'i
Orchard, North and Poutli front nwti and
HoulU I'enu ilrwu, Ht wry low Amir. *
A Rood'?roomed House nt Jioou itrcct, ?
a lTou?)lo*Brlck Iloo?o,77nnd T'.' VlrjjinU ?V?t,
wilUoll M'|>anitc or tonoiker. Jncj iw
talUHll mwleru lm|?rovcmi*nK
k'vod Uoorotd IIoiim*. iH7 N?uth Hroa<J??). ?
go."l pro|>crtyat much !? " tlutucoit.
Four Uoouiod ('otugo lor S ..
Elgbt Koomed Hoiimj, .North front ?tnc?.
river lot; all lu uckmI condition; f " ,?
Hvo .Roomed IIoumj. '.'I .North Bru*?lw?y. *'?
make h plemutnt home. ,
.-Ix Kootncd Hrlck Home, wmtliwwt ^rafr
Thlriy-elichth hik! Wood uncia* *t n wrgwa.
OwcUJiiK Hoiuot, largoand m*U. d*1?' "a
'TlV"rr"'"-QO. SMITH. ?.*??*.
FOR SALE.
(21)Tirciilj'-rnur Lots in Caldwell'# A'"*
tlon to tile Citj ill WlirclluR8.1.1
Lot. are bounded on I lit; nnrlh W
ninth street, on U?e??t by M-lmore >" J
Lho xoiitli by the Hiuidliui Homoti*!, uw ?
the west by the B, Ai O. K. It. . (!ro^
Tbclr riroilmlty to tto?bow wrf ?"
rendu* them excellcut k.iui lor uumuiki -
establishment!*. , ,, .. Ks
If not mid in thirty dayi will l>e ?o!d ? P*"
lie auction. . ,w
For termi and further Information a v.. J
V.
Or William M. Hahdwn,
I >016 8.^{V?r^ h Cocoa.
(JKATEFUIy?COM KOKTIXEPPS'S
COCOA
Breakfast.
"By a thorough knowledge of the tm |*!
which govern the operation* of >"nutrition,
mini by u ca refill
fine iiropurtlta of well aelccted
haa provided our breakfast tabu* ?% k.,
catoly flavored leverage which inu>
heavy doctor*'bill*. It ia by tin / . .. t,
of auch article* of diet that i? nuMi'
betrradually built up until itroriK <'] - ...
list evefry tendency to (IbmiM!. imtj-if ; m
lie mnliullu* are floating wound u> f"*
Uck wherever there 1* h wenk ?-??" . ... ,i
vM-uiMMiiMiiy n faul Nhaft by kc?,|'>|,K ' ' M
well fort ilii-d with pure blixal ?! ' ; ' '
nourUheil frame."?Civil 8er*l?
Madoalmtdy with boiling wnuror
only In half-pound Ulu^yOrownu* - ' ...
JAMES EPPS & CO., OZO&;
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