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The Intelligencer.
l?uMi*lj?-<l Dully, SeipMVeeklyiiud Weekly.
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Tli? Pnlly I utelllgeiicer U Delivered l?y Carrii
ra in V. Iiridlng ntid adjnccnt tournn at
X.* eeiiU per triwk.
ily MrtU. I'twiflStf Pre? In tlie United 8UU*.
Dnlty, <?"? Year ...... ... # oo
Dili!;, Six Mouth* 4 00
pnily, Tliree Montltt * OC
Doll?, One Month 0?
^iiiI'WpcI(I)', Oiif Ycnr..- 9 SI
S<-iriMV?it I(ly, Six Month* 1 <1
HVcltlj , Our Yeiir ? 1 Otl
Mvokly, M* 3C?*ii(1im (K
CrcMt rrc'iictlutm to ' !tih". Send lot sainph
e?>|?let< itn?l efrctiinrx. Ad'irwm
FllttW, CAMS'l>KLL & UA.UT,
PUHMflllKK*,
Num. JJfl & ?7 Fourteenth Street,
WHEFUNT.. W. VA.
I Mrrcl i:t tin; iVm'nllicv at Wheeling, W. Vll.
j.? mutter J '
l\>,t Intelligence
WHEELINO, Wi VA., DKCOIUBR19,18HH
IV.nil Virginia" tu "KunowliUt"
The 1 NTKLI.IOKNCKK respectfully BUg
gests that the name of this Statu b<
changed to Kanawha.
Every State should have a distlnc
name of its own, ko far removed fron
tiie name of uny other State that n<
confusion of numes can arise. It shouI<
have a well-sounding name. It should
if possible, take its name from some dit
!ta AU>n Tn fli
11UCUVU UMIUIU Ui ??o vnu, -- ...
nomenclature of American States am
cities and villages it is desirable to pre
serve the rich native Indian names. To
this State Kanawha answers every on
of these requirements.
These considerations seem to hav
had some weight, though notenougl
with the convention which, in th
throes of war, tot up the new State. J;
the meagre printed reports no reason
are to he found, hut the record show
the effort to drop entirely the old nam
and complete the new departure b
taking a new name. Alleghany wa
minuted 11 iid then with more uronriet
Kanawha. Alleghany is in part a gre?
dividing lino, but it it* not more idei
filial with us than with three of on
immediate neighbors. Kanawha is th
name of the greatest river of the Stat
and of a lesser but still important rive:
the Little Kanawha, and of that greai
rich and rapidly growing part of th
Statu drained by the Great Kanawh
and its tributaries.
The founders of the State unwisel
adopted at last the present name, an
the new State has never ceased to b
confounded with the old. Our Boar
of Immigration und Development find
its work not u little interfered with b
this confusion of ideas resulting fror
the similarity of tho names of the tw
Virginias. The obstruction of our pre
gresa is made greater by the enormou
and widely advertised debt .of the ol
State. The West Virginia of to-day i
old enough ami big enough and stron
enough to iiavo an individuality of he
ou n, and a name a.s distinct as her ind
viduality.
The change can ho niado by a
atnendtneut to the Constitution, if th
peoplo of the State desire the chang
Congress will readily assent. The Let
ishuure which meets in January ca:
provide for the submission of the amend
inent, and at the next general eleetioi
the people can say whether they preie
the new name or the old. Meanwhil
the Intelligencer will welcome to it
columns the'views of those who hav
vinu'H to t>xi>rt-iU4.
"Wijitk C'ai'm," they never groi
weary.
Accokdimj to the prophets of ovi
President Harrison cannot form an
CabiueHhat will not wreck his Admit
id.ralion at the start. This is melancholy
1'nkhk is an increasing reaaun to a]
prebend that the present government t
France ia likely to fall into the snar
which took the head oil the.Second En:
pi re and froiu which France baa neve
recovered. Kapolcon and his adviser
deliberately resolved on a war with Oei
many as the only way to cement con
Hiding elements at home and prevent
civil conflict. The present drilt is on t
tho same rocic. i lie youug. uuipuiu
of Germany seems not unwilling to tr
conclusions with Franco, which is no
yet a umtch fur Germany. A cloud c
disaster huveis dangerously near t
France.
Tiik Wheeling merchant who waul
to hell bin Christmas wares says s
through the Intklmuenceu.
Govkunok Wilson is not goiug to h
in a hurry about issuing certificates c
election to Congress. Governor Wiisoi
is a candidate for iho United States Sen
ate and it may help him to keep sou.
patriots on the anxious seat.
(The WcHturn Cut Null AMoclntlon.'.
The cut nail manufacturers of th
West have not acted too soon, nor huv
they come together in any sentiments
association. Neither havo they com
bined to tako advantugo of consumers.
The notorious fact is that one discoui
ageiuent after another has driven then
to associate themselves in the hope o
finding a way to save sopio part of thei
business. Wheeling has a deep inter
est in the success of the undertaking
for Wheeling depends more than sh<
ought ou the cut unil trade.
The wire nail still menaces tho cu
..ail iiwlimirv mid it if) in tho field t<
may. If Whcellnn in to maintain no
plain in tlio market Wheeling will havi
to begin soon to givo some attention ti
the wire nuil.
Whnt In TlimicM ot W?t Vu. Ue|lul>llMHI
Cumberland Srt r?.
W tl.? ?.? > tlm DntMlKlilVin
nv uuiinrv urc ??> ui?
of Went Virginia stand up to the work
They assert their rights in u way tba
means business, and they get up a? earl]
in the morning and stay up as late a
night as anybody.
Senator Sherman,, as Secretary o
State, in such an alliterativo phrase as t<
contain double the 8-ence of greatness.
>'EW PUBLICATIONS.
AUoSome Not Kntlrcljr Smn Ilut !u New
Gnrb anil Worth llrnUlnir.
Few writeiii of* the English language
have used it with bo great force as Frances
Power Cobbe, and there have been
few stronger thinkers on the theme of
themes, man's relation to his Creator.
Two books from this sturdy pen, "Broken
Lights" and "Religious Duty" are
! J imt frnm the tiroMS. The former deals
; with the present condition of religious
? faith, following the currents of religious
^ thought us they blend or us they separ,
ute further ami further. With regard to
> 11 solution of the problems which have
confused learned and honest minds the
5 writer says: "Wo may hold the purest
theologic creed, and dwell in the loftiest
region ol thought, aud yet find
God never the nearer. It is
not the marble-palace mind of the
philosopher which lie will visit, but
6 the humble heart, which lies sheltered
. from the storms of passion, and all
trailed ovvr by the fragrant blossoms of
sweet human affections. In "ifaligiouv
Duty" occurs this passage, which gives
something more of the motive ami the
: flavor of the two books: "Perfect selfi.
consecration to God would be a life of
. absolute virtue, absolute religion. It is
not iu a Unite creature's power to accomplish
this perfectly ;but it is to wesofcv
" on tiding it to the utmost of each day
q and hour's growing power. It remains
only for each human heart to decide
whether it will exert the grandest preI
rogative of its freedom, and give itself
? it ,ni?.|) to hiiv
III lift IU VIUW. n *? ' -- |?
a of these bookB that they aie remarkable
? contributions to religious thought and
tho history thereof.?Uc it .wcjin/,
il lkulim. ,Stanton it Davenptrl, nludiug
1 "Taken by tho Enemy" is tho first of
'* it new series entitled "Tho Blue and the
o Gray," by Oliver Optic, whoso boys'
J books are always worth rending and always
sure to bo widely read, ihe title
" of the series indicates the method ol
,r treatment. The point of view is not sec*
tioual or partisan. The opening gnu of
0 tiio series is a war story of a heathful
character, likely to enguife the attention
ot any boy who lukes it up. lhere are
? ,100(1 illustrations.?Lee it hhfjtnril, Urn.
(on. Stanton it Davenport, II heeling.
e The publishers have done a sorvice to
a put in cheap and neat form "Fireside
B Saint?," including the "Caudle Breakfast
Talk" and other papers from the fertile
mind of Douglas Jerrold.' These good
e things are as good as ever they were,
though not so much read as onco they
' were. Caudle is an immortal creation,
is ?UeA bhepard, Iloatan, Stqjilon Js tiurcnv
lmU Wheeling.
it In "Tho Wishing Cap I'tpers" we have
j. some of tho best products of Leigh
r Hunt's gifted pen. Of course the essays
are learned and of course they are ene
tertaining, or they would not he Leigh
0 Hunt's. The article are of wide ramie,
aswere the writer's mind and sympathies.
r? An acceptable feature of the collection
1 is the good translation in verse of somi!
' dainty French poems, the original being
0 given along with the translation.?Lee (C
u She pard, Huston. Stanton A Davenport,
Wheel in'j.
y TJfK TOKTUKK OF tsCALPLVG.
j A Man with Kxpfrioiicw Xltuwilbu* flow IIU
llnlr win
O yew York Ttlroram.
j A man who was sculped, and still lives
to tell about it, is now in San Francisco.
Jiis name is Carroll Bronson, a pioheet
y of the Selkirk Mountains in British Coln
umbia. It is forty-two years 6ince he
o way alone from the headwaters of Missouri
to these mountains. HiB face ia
** scarred from arrow wounds received in
ih Indian tights, and if lie lifts his long
. white hair from the side of his head he
11 shows a great circular scar extending
ia from above his right eye clear around
the right sideand back of his head almost
6 to the left ear. That is where the old
ir man was scalped.
"It was in tUl with the Sioux," he ex'*
claimed, "and it was the worwt brush I
* ever had with the Indians. They came
upon a camp of nine of us, and one of
Q them pounced upon me, seized me by
o the hair, and cut around my head where
you see the scar. Then he gave a sharp
u wrench upward with his right arm and
r. laid the skull bare. I can not describe
the pain it gave me, and I don't believe
n I could have endured any more without
'!'? id m nil.,., (Mrinw.
UVIIJgUlll. ??.u.v ,o ..v. niau
can be subjected to ttiat will begin
Q to compare with being scalped. It is a
!r common belief that a man can't live
after being scalped, but I've survived
0 the experience, a matter of twenty-two
a years, and I don't think I'm quite to the
end of my journey vet, even it I am 70
e years old. I know another man up there,
too, who didn't die under the scalping
knife. The scalp was torn completely
off .from the whole top of his head, so
v that it had to be constantly swathed in
cotton and olive oil. He lived a year.
, That umn knew what sutTeriug means if
11 ever a man did."
y ?
r State of Ohio, City ok Toledo, )
Lucas County, S. S. /
Fkank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
{ Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore*
0 8rtid, and that said firm will pay the sum
i- of one hundued Doi.LAits for each and
r every ease of Catarrh that con not be
h cured by the use of Hall's Cataruu
l/TKK. I'lU.Mv ?J. v>iir..^i.i.
Sworn to before me mid subscribed in
! my presence, this Oth day of December,
u A. D. '80.
, /- -? . A. W. Gjxason,
u { skal ; Notary Public.
r 1 -v-' J
y Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
lt and acts directly upon the blood and
. mucus surfaces of the system. Send for
,l testiHioniulf, free,
o F. J. Chknky ifc Co, Toledo, 0.
JJteTft'old by Druggists, 75 cents, daw
s Ai?k you progressive? Of course; J
o use "Mi'le-Knd.
rre*l?leiit.KlfctiiikI Mr*. llnrrlnon.
Two very line etched portraits of Gen.
0 and Mrs. Harrison, have just been issued
if by M. It. llyman, publisher of the
u Indianapolis JJeraUl. Portraits on one
plate, 1(5x22, elegantly printed. Agents
r wanted in every town iu tho country.
u Send 25 cents for sample portraits and
terms to agents. Address, 51. R. 11 yman,
publisher, Indianapolis, Ind.
- "HOW'S YOUR LIVER?"
o
] In the Oriental aalutatlon, knowing that good
health cannot exlat without* healthy Liver.
'* When tho Liver i? Torpid the Oowei* areSltiKj
kMi and Conatipatod, nnd the Food lien in the
Stomach decotnpoaitiK-poUoninK the Blood.
Krc(|ucut headache enMica. and a feeling of
a latitude and denpornlency indicate how the
whole aytteiu la deranged, No agency on earth
if haa reatorrd aa many people to hraltn and bapr
piucMi by KiviPg them a healthy liver a?
5 "Aaa Reneral family remedy for Dyapepaia.
Torpid Liver. Cona? Ipntioii. etc.. 1 alwaya ua?
Hlmmona Liver Regulator and have never boen
dlMppointed in the effect produced, it aeem* to
' be a tterfeci cure for all diaeaaea of tho Stomach
and Bowels."?W. J. McEuiov. Macon. Os.
" ??" Iia Mniilna. illi.
titiKuliht'il from all (mtnlaand imitations br our
red Z Trails-Murk on front of wrapper, and on
t the Hide tbo n-ul nud nlgnatuie of I. II. Zellln
f ,ft ilO.t MWMW
Special Notices,
FITS:?All Flumu>pped free bj l)r. Kline'a
f Great Nerve Restorer. No Pit* after And dar'a
' uae. Marvtjlouncnroa. Treat mo ana fJOO trial
) bottle freo to Kit nun*. tteud to Dr. Kline, m
Arch ? met, Philadelphia, I'm. *wraw
TORTURED WITH RELIGION.
Dreadful Effoct of Plouit Exhortation on a Vying
C'ob?unptl?0.
JnlrrrlewwUhu Cincinnati Physician.
"I recently attended a young man who J
was dying of consumption. The poor J
fellow was completely exhausted both
in mind and body. Only a day or two "
more of life remained in him und then death
was sure to come. Two evenings
before he died, two young men from a j
mistaken sense of duty, doubtless, sneaked
into his room and sitting down on
either side of his bed proceeded to give him
a foretaste of the tortures of Gehenna.
After a few minutes' conversation
the young man, who was gradually (
getting terribly excited, suddenly gave a <
loud scream and went into convulsions. '
"1 was railed in and after working J
with him for several hours, and Riving i
him a powerful opiate, finally got him .
calmed down. The next day he passed
very peacefully, gradually sinking into
the coma which precedes death. About
evening the duty-impelled youths once
more slunk into his room, and by u re- i
petition of the pictures of the night be- j
fore again threw him into convulsions.
? - ? <>?<i
I was HCIIV lur It Hiv-av ?UII J,?U? Vino .
time found the cause of his strunge attacks.
I gave the two young wretches .
such a scoring a.s they will probably
never get again. Once more I calmed
my patient, and in a few bount alter,
ihanks to a watch 1 placed over him, he
died in peace."*
Colic.
Persons, and especially children, are
subject to this agonizing complaint,
which often comes on suddenly in the
night and without any previous warning.
Simmons I Aver Regulator should
always he at hand. A single dose will
generally allay the pain, it never fuils
iu giving relief. Jt in harmless, aud can !
bo given with safety to a child of the
tenderest age. mw*\iw
FfJitS!
Sonl Snri|Utt*. Srul Dolntani.
Seal Jacket*. Seal JnekcU.
Ladies wishing to purchase Seal Garments
should not fail to visit J. G. Bennett
& Co., Fur Manufacturers, cor.
Wood street and Third avenue, PittsI.Wa
nliingnrii in mnAlil.
mending this establishment, as wo know
they handlo nothing in the seal lino excent
lirst*class goods.
Mr. Bennett has kindly sent ub n
price-list of their goods, which wo givo
you helow;
Ladies' Seal Jacket*, $1UU, $125, $160,
$170.
Ladies* Seal Sacques, $125, $150, ?175,
$200, $250.
Ladies' Seal Wraps, $125, $150, $175,
fc'OO.
Old Seal Sacqucs can ho mado into
Jackets, Wraps, or Fashionable Garments
at slight expense, or redyed, rolined,
reshaped, or made tighter-fitting
in short notice. Address,
J. G. Bennett & Co.,
Fur Manufacturers,
Cor.Wood st ,nnd Fifth avo., Pittsburgh.
lloitiuM In |lto .Souill.
The Queen & Crescent routo will
, sell excursion tickets to Fort Payne, Attalla,
Tuscaloosa, Decatur, .Ala., Hattesburg,
Jackson, Miss., and Arcadia, La.,
at one (are for rouud tript ou November
I'O, December 4 and 18, tickets good lor
sixty davs. Now is your chauco to examine
tho cheap farming lands of the
1 .South. No blizzards, sure crops and a
pleasant climate. All trainB leavo from
tho Grand Central Depot, Cincinnati.
For pamphlets aud other information
address Neil C. Kerr, Central Passenger
, Agent, Pittsburgh, P,a., or D. G. Edwards,
ailing General Passenger Agent
Queen tfc Crescent route, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
NEWTON?Ou SuiidHjr, December9,188S, at 10:80
p. 111., Mi*. liDVfAKD JiliWTO.*, tilt., aged 66
years.
Funeral from her Into residence In Bcnwood, on
Wednesday, December 12, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Jnteruientat McMechon'sCemetery. Friends
are Invited,"honest
opinions.
Candor compels us to udmlt that home one ha*
long known the Ingredients of li. li. li. hut
slnre it has never been put before the public,
unci since ono of the prestmt proprietors orM*
nated the prescription ami tneu It for yeaia in
UU practice, U Ik original.
Nothlngto Equal it.
/.a i. aha, 1* i. a., J uuc ?'? 1 Mi.
X E. Yenabted: Co.:
I have boon using B, II. B. in my family ax a
blood put itiur. Iluve never used any modicino
to equal it. Respectfully,
Miis. R. M. I-aws.
Makes an Old Man Young,
P. 8.?I bought three bottle* of jour Botanic
Blood Httliu irom my frkud H. 1). Ballard, ut
Cauipobcllo, 5. C. I have been using it three
weeks. it apt-ears to give me new life aud new
htrenutb. It there in anything that will make
att old mati youug it In It. B. ti. 1 am willing to
tie)! it. 1 can earnestly nu-1 houestly return,
mend Botanic Blodd Balm.
The Beat Purifier Made.
damascus, oa , June '?), 1887.
1 have fiufTcrcd with catarrh for about four
i yearn, and after using futir bottles of HoUtuic
ulood liaiui 1 tlnd my general health gruatl) improve*],
and if 1 could keep out of ttiu bail
weather I would bo cured. 1 believu It is the
best puritier made.
Very respectfully,
L, W. TuoMraox.
Twelve Year* Afflicted.
Bluotox, Inc., Feb. 6,1187.
1 havo been afflicted with Blood Poison for
twelve yearn. Have used prescription from
j.hyslelans offered wo during that period.
Through the drtiKglNt, W. A. (Jutellus, 1 piocured
one bottle ot B. H. B. and since have used
three bottle*, nnd aiu mtlsiled It has done iuh
juoie ?v?nl vhan anything I ever used. I am almost
well, and nut Mire, within two or three
week* 1 w ill bo perfectly well, after twelve years
suffering Intensely. W rite or address,
JOHWH Fkiit,
Well's Co., Ind. P?k"r and Confectioner.
Read This.
All who desire full information at>out the
cause and cure of olood Poisons, Scrofula and
Scrofulous Spelling*, Ulcers, Hi ire*, Rheumatism,
Kidney Complaint*. Catarrh, etc., can se
cure by mall free, a copy of our page lUustra>
ted Hook of Wonder*, tilled with tfio most won
dcrful aud startling proof ever before known.
Address, BLOOD BALM CO.,
Allanbi, Ua.
LOGAN & CO.,
dc-n,>w Wholesale A genu.
Logan & Co.
THE MAJORITY
Of Raking PoVdcrs pat on the market jiroun
W IloieflOUlC Hti'i injurious, nuu only nuiu ucvbubc
they uro "cheap."
Lfljan & Co.'n F.ictlnlur linking I'oirder
In guaranteed tolK?K(rJpi1y pure and wholcanme,
promotes dige stion, and id the end In cbeaner
tiinn any of thu cieap or gilt liaking I'owder.
I'm uo other.
LILY~CREAM
Is a inopt elegant prejuirHtlon for Chapped
Uauda, Fati'. Liiuorauy rough new of the akin.
Prepared only by LOGAN <k CO.
LOGAN~& CO.
Are In receipt of the finest and xaost complete
line of CUKST I'ROTKCTOftS evor brought to
thl* city. When cold weather comcs don't forget
it.
LOGAN & CO.
Are proprietor* of the IIOMKSTBAD LIVER
PILLS. bent pill over wed.
n.KASANT WORM SYRUP, most effectual
Worm Syrup ever prepared.
HOLIDAY GOODS are commencing to arrive. ,
Depot and Headquarter* f?r Trusses, Shoulder
Braces, Supporters aud BurgUal Instruments,
Fine brujp, rerfnmes and Toilet Article* (
LOGAN"& CO., |
Druggist*, Bridge Corner.
nolO-Diw
YOU CAM FIND ,358, :
tu ill* in t'lrrtut'ib.u ?t tIm? ?\<J?erti?lntr Uurcau o i
K Ap?; REMINGTON BROS,
wbo will ooauK* for iulTe(U?lai at lovaai Moa
New Advertisements.
^"OTICK ~~
There will bo a special meeting of I'lMleren'
Jnlon No. 89, at Trades Assembly llall to night,
>eccraber 12, at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance
? a* srranfen vnts are to be made to atend
thu funeral of brottoer John Ashworth.
dfli W. II. HTOKTZEH. 1'renldenL 1
gRASS FENDERS,
BRASS FIRE SETS,
BBAHS ABII PAN* FRONTS,
U tho Hardware and Housefurnlililng Store of
NE8D1TT Si BRO.,
de!2-wi? 1.1)2 Market Street.
pOK A SHOUT TIME ONLY,
In Pbelb'0 Music Store, under Grand Opera
louse, commcnrluir Monday, December 17, the
>rlgln*1 BOHEMIAS AND AMERICAN GLASS M
tLOWKR4, will be on exhibition. "FAIRY ^
IUEKN," the larmt Kla?? steam engine In the f
rorld; alto the only rIum Drew and Shawl ever I
UMde. Every visitor receives a present. V
Adutlmlou, I ft rents. de!2
pOR RENT. ?
Dwelling House,
Co, G9 Sixteentli street. Term* I'JA per annum,
ayablo quarterly. L. F. ATI FEL,
dell ?21 Chnpllno Street.
piANO TONING!
Pianos Toned and Repaired
-BT?
del 2 F. W. BAUMEB A CO.
HOGE & BRO.
IIAVE OH HAL*
THE IDEAL FEED MILL
ANI> HOWE POWKR COMOINKt).' U
IVIll wrlml all kind of thellod ltuIii uud drift; 1
any machinery, hvery farmer khould
Ijuvb mi Ideal.
Fodder Cutter*, Hurrowa, I'lowi. plow Po
Feed Cuttvra, Uuu?. Bovolveri, nod Cllinnx Cook
Jtovw. HOliK .t BKO.,
nottoiwi** Ko. 1113 Market Hirert. (J;
WE LEAD THEM ALL e
-in
HOLIDAY GOODS,'
GREATEST VARIETY*
Cheaper and Finer Than Ever.
Our Immense stork Is now on exhibition, and 1
In more cmnplctu than ?-*ver. Comt* before the
rush of tlw I a it week, anil wc know jou will be
pleated.
IVIcLain Brothers, J,
del'2 (Corner Twelfth and Market St?.
Water Rents are Due!c
Illlls for WATER Itf-XT Tor tho ?lx C
months ending March ill, ISSJ), arc now
nudy.. If p.iiil at the oHlee or The f'lly
Water Hoard on or before December U1,
18S8, a discount of 10 per crnl will Lo ~
allowed. f
II. 1'. WILKINSON, b
Secretary.
di'3-wnni .
AUCTION SALE
J AAA ATT nITlTFimTno ii
i,uuu mil nuiuniuo u
And Engravings,
Commences Thursday* Dee. l:i,ut 7 p. m., i
Ami continual afternoon and evening until 8
all are void. Now on Kxhildtinn tho I
largest and tlnest utok ev?t 1
brought to the city. '
CEO. A. WICKHAM'S AUCTION HOUSE,
No. 1153 Market Street.
doll
Fine Diamonds j
A SPECIALTY.
An n*ual we aro still to the front with our extraordinary
tine line of Diamond*. Our stock ~*
1? now complete for tho Ilollrlny trade, having
ud'tutl several thousand dollars' worth within
the past few days of our Special .Quality "Blue
White" Goods. Parties wishing to purchase
anything in this line can save money by giving
us a call. KCMwctfully,
I. G. DILLON & CO., I
JEWELERS, \
noy No. 1223 Market Street.
HOLIDAY i
minuunueiiitJiii.
JOSEPH GRAVES,
Xo. 20 Twelfth Street,
lias now on exhibition a stock of New Goods
elected especially for the coming Holidays.
Visitors will be profited by making early selections
and avoid the crowds of the last two weeks.
Purchases will ho tuken care of uutil the time
appointed for delivery. defi
TRUSTEE'S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a deed of trust msde by David
Kull, Junior, and Barbara, his wife, to me as pi
trustee, bcarlug date on the twelfth day of January,
in the year one thousand eight nuudrcd
and eighty-five, and recorded ia the offlro of the
Clerk of tho County Court of Ohio county, West rl
Virginia, in Deed or Trust Book No. '2i, page
I will proceed to sell at nubile auction, at the
front uoor of the Court llouse of Ohio county,
in Wheeling, W Va., on F
8AT0RDAY, JANUARY 12,1889,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following
described property, that is to say: All that cer re
lain piece of real estate situate in the city ol cu
Wheeling, in the county of Ohio, aud State of
West Virginia, aud particularly described as fol 10
lows, that is to say: thirty feet of lot numbered or
one hundred and ninety two. situated on the east ~
ide of Chapline street, in that part of tho city
of Wheeling known as Centre Wheeling, being
all of tho same property which was conveyed to
II. II. llorubrook by Daniel Peck and Henry M
Russell, special commissioners, by deed dated
November 17, Iri&l. aud of record in the office of
the Clerk of the County Court of Ohio county.
West Virginia, in Deed Hook No. 7fl, page Jt>8,
aud conveyed to the said David Kull, Junior, by
il. H. Hornbrook and wife by deed dated January
12,1885, which last mentioned deed is duly
of record in the office of tho Clerk of tho County
Court of Ohio County, West Virginia.
Terms ok Salk?One-third oi the purchase
money, or as much more at the purchaser may
elect to pay, cash lu hand on the day of sale, and
the leftUiue in two equal installments, payable 1
respective!? In one aud two years from the day
of sale, with intercut from that day, the purchaser
to give his notes, with good security, for i
the deferred payments, and the legal title to be
"Mnlucd as further security until paymeut lu
full.
The title is believed to be good, but selling as
trustee I shall convey only such title as Is vested ~
in me by the above mrutioned deed of trust.
GEORGK R. E. GILCHRIST, _
del'2 Trustee. *
QOMMISSIONERS* SALE. L
Plato of West Virginia, county of Ohio, u. In
the Circuit Court of Mid county.
W. J. Quion and John 0. Kline*) ,
vs. Via Chancery. 01
Cbarlca J. Mayer and other*. J
By virtue of a dccrco entered by Mid Court in <
the above untitled cause on the 6th day of Octo- ^
her, 183ts, the underalgncd spcclal commissioner* wj
wilt sell at public auction at tho north front wj
dooi of the Court House ol said county, on
SATURDAY, the 15th DAY of DECEMBER, U8f,
beginning: at 10 o'clock a. tn., tho following described
propcity. that la to My: All that portion
of the south half of Lot No 8*,', situated
on the went aide of Main street, between aeventh <
aud Eighth streets, in the city of Wheel- ?
ing, county of Ohio, Utato of West Virginia,
bounded as follows: Beginning at the south rant
corner of said lot on Main street, running ^
thonce with said street north eighteen feet, H
more or lew. to the centre ol the brick partition J
wall of the brick house erected on Mid naif lot:
thence with tho ccntre of Mid wall at right p.
' U with ll.ln klrool WMI In flirt VMlim *
boundary of Mid lot; thoncc with the western J,
boundary of (be mine son th to the southern line yr.
u( said lot; thence with tho southern line of th? h,
same to the place of beginning.
Tkrms or HAiJt-Ono thlm and u much mora j
nf the purchaso money M tho purchaser elect* to ?
pay In cash on the day of ?ale, the balance In f
two equal Installments at one and two yoari, I
note* bearing Interest from the day of aale to be
liven for the deferred pay menu. ^
TIIU& O'BRIEN. C
W. J. W. OoWDEN,
Special CommlMlonira.
W. II. Hall**, Auctioneer.
That bond with security aa required by law
ind tha decree of said Conrt has been given by
aid special commissioners 1? hereby certified ?=
ibis 17th dsy of Novembor. 1W8. .
JOHN W. MITCHELL. A
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ohio County. JC.
nol9*wAs Uu
Geo. E. Stlfel St Co.
HANDSOME
'RESENTS
MAKE
CHRISTMAS,
MERRY.
What to Buy.
V
Elegant Cloth or Plush
STRAP AND JACKET.
Fine Silk, Merveilleux, Rhaama
or Silk Warp Henrietta
>ress.
Handsome Plush, Velvet,
roadcloth or Combination
uit.
Set of Furs, Muff and Boa.
Handsome Lace, Chenille,
'urcoman or Portiere Curtains.
Elegant Embroidered and
ainted Plush, Silk and Felt
iano, Table and Stand Covrs,
Throws, &c.
Handsome Silk Umbrella,
ith Gold, Oxidized Silver or
'arved Handles.
White and Red Table Sets.
Stamped Linen Throws,
plashers, Laundry Bags, Umr?llo
inrl T~^iief#?r Pocuc Rrn
The Most Complete Lines of
lese Goods at
5eo, E. Stifel
&CO/S,
114 Main St
To the Ladles.
"etosT
J.G.Gunther'sSons
rESTAm.i.miEn A. D. IWJO.1
84 FIFTH AVE, NEW YORK.
SEAL SKIN' ALASKA JACKETS,
at $85, $100, $125, $150.
SEAL SKIN ALASKA SACQUES,
at $125, $150, $200, $250.
SEAL SKIN ALASKA WRAPS,
at $100, $115, $125, $150.
Seal Skin Alaska l isters and Cloaks
at $300, $850, $400.
All In now anil exclusive designs and
srfect In 0(.
Muffs, Capes, Bess, Collars of all luetics.
i' .I r\ _?.i /'i <i j .t
iieui ?1U VUJIS UUU UlUTL'ty UUUIS
ur-linctl Coul>, KoDea, Hugs, etc.
Order* by Mall, or Information desired, will
cclvc special and prompt attention. When
mtomersaro known to the house, or natlafacry
reference* are furnUhed, good? will be ?cnt
i approval. delO
AN / CUSTOM-MADE CORSET I
I tiUYER, STROUSE Sr CO. I
j. t n)S-*l2 BROADWAY. /V. V: J
Boot9 and Shoes.
Boots and Shoes
FOR FALL AND WHITER WEAR,
Good Quality. Durable and Reliable, Good
Styles and low price*.
Call and bur and nave money. All roodi warnted.
Heel Plates put *n Rubber Hnoea Fkm,
ilch will give them doublo the wear than
thout them, at
A. C. WINCHER'S,
(Roouu* Block,) ,
^ 1121 Main Street.
Photography.
-10 THE PUBLIC!
rhnM dMlrtnir to tnalrA a himlinma rhHiknit
Meat, In tbc ?bnpe of a Portrait, would do ?
ill to give un their orders early In the seanon
a* to avoid unneccuary baile In execution.
d are making Crayon Portrait* at about oneu
our loraer price.
~ ? ? WM- MYLES 4
fQH* W. My LP, Portrait fainter. oc!2
CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS
J i
>nly $3 QO Per Dozen
matins' oalleky, \
"n if Twelfth '
ILL KINDS OF BOOK AND JOB
ri?2S&"j\!{g2?TpU7 " !
Frew A Bertschy
-SANTA
a:
Frew & I
Beg to iiddouoco to the people of thla vi
hip for tho liollJay Heuaou and
Give Everybod;
Do cot let anyone deceive you by inlare
CUua la in any way iutereata
THIS IS SANTA GLA
Ai will be proven by tho ftbnndauoo and
way iu which cfUtomcn will
A SERIES OF
For thoae who visit ua. Great Surprlaea
StirnrU-M in Chrlalmaa Noveltle*. Gr?
abovu all alae
UUK FKlUbS Al
So urpritiagly low thai tboy offer the
who know wh
Frew&E
FURNITURE
rtro. 1117 3
dc-rj
Bankrupt Clot
The above illustration doc
scenes that are a daily occurre
BANK
Clothin
It is the talk of the city,
the street cars or in the hotels
the people on the streets, ant
about this wonderful sale; at
stores, the workshops, the fac
boats, in the homes of happy 1
Everybody, old and young, of
interested in this miraculous s
vast amount of money to the p
As soon as one person makes
to his neighbor they come in t
and in scores until we are com|
week we have secured more sa
leave without being waited up(
Rankrnr
? ? r
Clot!
? 1067 maii
Sewing MachinesWeArc
ToSaveYouFi
We aro wiling Sewing Machines at greatly
dealing direct with ui you nave the agent's come
made. Wc handle the
CtonHofrl Ufkt^a Unum S
V\ c will sell on time and lease Machine*, n
neuts. (.'nil, write or telephone u> for oarticulai
Needles and attachments for all Machines.
EDWARD L. ROSE & CO., 55 '
oris Where We Have Be<
Paper, Etc.
WHEELING PAPER HOUSE.
W. M. CLEMANS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
ZF.^IPIEIRI
Grocer**, Butchers'and Rakers' Btraw Wrapping,
Butter Dishes and Twines and all kinds of
Manilla. Fell and Building Papers
Wo pay tne blithest cash price for flags, Iron,
Metals. I .cad, Old I'apars and Books, and all
kinds of Paper stock.
Will gall fbr auy of the above on being notified
by postal card or telephone, on short notice.
1128 MAIM Si 1418 BOUTH 8T8.,
ocz.1 wiiH'Miur. w. v*.
A. C. JAMISON & CO.,
(HCCCEMOU 10 D. WAOKKKK)
Jobber* and Wholesale Dealers In
WRAPPING, ROOFING, PRINT,
Glass and Carpet Papers and Bags.
All Sizes of Manilla Wrapping Paper on hand.
No. 1321 Main Street
ROOFING MATERIALS A SPECIALTY.
Also Cotton, Flax and Colored Twines.
Will also fnrulsh the trade with Printed Buslless
Card on Paper Bags, Manilla Papers, 4c.,
Ic. at joaesjjatew. no?C
I70R DODGEKti
I? AND 8MALL HAND BILLS,
Oo to the I9TXLU0KKCIU Job Rooms, Noa. 26
md 27 Fourteenth street, where you can be aoommodatad
at short notloe.
'?Holiday Goods.
CLAUSJertschy
clnitjr that the* have gone into partner[
expect by their Joint eiToru to
y a Good Time.
SrcMntation into believing that Santa
in any other itock or atoru.
US' HEADQUARTERS,
I variety of our stock and by tho liberal
bo treated. Wu have In itoro
1 SURPRISES,
i In tho variety of our display. Great
at Surprise* iu Holiday bargains, and
RE SURPRISES;
grcatvkt inducement pouiblu to thoio
at a bargain la.
Iertschy,
& CARPETS,
^/LJl.T23" ST.
hlnf? Company
?
:s but fairly represent the busy
nee at the great
RUPT
__ _ i _ i
g baiei
Listen to the conversations on
Listen to the discussions of
1 you'll hear them all talking
the theatre or opera; in the
tories, the mills, on the steamamilies,
at the boarding houses;
both sexes, seem to be greatly
laughter that is saving such a
copie of Wheeling and vicinity,
a lucky purchase and shows it
:ens, then twenties, then fifties,
jelled to close the doors. This
lesmen, and no one will have to
Dn..
>t
hing Co.,
STREET.
-Edw. L. Rose & Co.
5 Ready
ROM $15 TO $25.
roduccd price*. We employ no Canvtiweni: bj
oiialon, and Mcure the rery beat Sowing Machine*
Jew Home arid Automatic.
,nd will give liberal dUcounti for prompt payra.
All kinds of Machine* repaired.
rvelfth Street, Wheeling, V. Ya.p
an for Twelv* Yearn.
Stationery.
O\FIS~TII'K TIMIT~
To Subscribe for Your Magazines.
Cotno volume* commencing with November,
and other* the Janunry number.
Holiday numbers now in, or to arrive in a few
dan.
Leave orders for Ujnoon New*. Graphic,
Paajs Iluuttk*. Hahvkh'n Yal* tii>r.. &c., to
Inauic getting copies. Kdltions limited.
Stanton & Davenport,
BOOKSELLERS,
no24 HOI Market Street.
gUBSCKIPTIONS
Arc now being rccclved for all of the popular
i'apera and Magaiinea. which are furnlahed at
publl?her>' lowem pricca, and delivered anywhere
by mail or carrier. ChrUtroa* number*
aro now arriving. I'leaae hand In your ordera.
C. H. QUIMIiY,
Bookseller and Newsdealer,
^oSO^^^^No^l^mnw^Ia^cuUivet
14nnoofumlaklnrr UavHtunvn
i.wHaviHiiiioiMiiB iiaiuffaiQ,
pAKIflG
KNIVES!
V?*e hare the nl?*t rttfln* Knife ever Invented.
It li alw?va net to cut one thick now. You
cannot waate fruit or vegetable* Wholesale or
retail.
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS,
aolft-U 1210 Main Street
Amusements.
Ml OPERA HOUSE
0. C. GENTUEK. U wc MH! Munif-r
Ono Night Only.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 12.
GILMORE
AND IMS
WONDERFUL BAND.
The fluest Concert Bawl In the vrorW, tataA.
In* the l?e*t moIoMm In the i?rufe?Mon
match lcwt iuiinIcUiik throughout.
The following Kminont Vocal Arilmv
Mme. Blanche Stone-Barton,
I'rinm Donna Soprano.
Miss Helen Dudley Campbell,
X*iItna Donna Contralto.
Slgnor Ernesto Baldanza.
Italian Touare.
Herr Emll Stegar,
acrraun Baritone.
(ilLMORE'S CORPS OF TEN ANVILS
?and?
Battery of Six Cannon
Tocelsbr&tellwAHh Amilvcmryoi th?
NATIONAL PEACE JUUILEE,
Ami reproduce the feature* of dint Kivat Muilctl
Festival held iu lioston nt tlio clout < f Hie war.
riUCIiS-Orchestra atul Drcn* Circle, $1.00.
Gallery, 7 5 contf. No extra cliaiKC f?.r ir-mi-l
scat*, ."'aloof sent* commence# on 1'rMay *tv
a. m. wt McLure Houh- 1'linrinm-v. iU-fc-,1
OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NI'JIIT ONLY.
SATURDAY, DKUK31BEK 15.
Geo. Wilson's
(Of WulU Mo Again" fame)
GILDED MASTODONS
IS lur.Al. UUVIM'K
MinstrelsY
/n F.iiHK.u:iN(j /irv
T-U KOKTV AliTlfTri HU
Monte Crlsto, First Pnrt. .
The most dsullng display of wealth ami grandeur
ever presented io lovers of mlustielsy.
Du Val? the Wonder. Special engagement
oi the latest ).uro|'<uii sensation.
POWELL, PrwtldlKitAtourand Necromancer,
assisted l?>* LITTLK KM ILK, tu the llla.k Art.
Nttghtte IintirovlMa Absolutely Two 8howsIn
one. Wutcb for the Dig .Street Parade, 11:45.
Price*. 60 and 75 cent*. No extra charge for
reserved scat*. Sale of teals commences 'Ihnrv
day, December 13, at C. A. ffotme's Mtmlc Store.
ifelO
Grand Opera House,
O. C. GKXTHKIt. Lessee ainl MiiUHi'cr.
Three Nig lit* ntul Saturday Mntlnee, Couiincnclug
Tiior?day, December 1.1.
TheTttlcute i Yimiiik Actor,
.N. S. WOOD,
lta lils great Hiicci'Mf, tho
"Waifs of New York"
jfopportod Ly tin Excellent Company.
Magnificent Speelii I Reonery for lCncli Act!
StnrdlnK Mechanical fcllccU. io.
Reserved *c?t? on rwU* at Mel ure Home 1'lnrmacy.
AduilMlnn, if. -.'.'i n?.?| cent*, Saturday
mntln' v !.'? and: ' < c?-tit? <lf to
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
SPECIAL w
?of? .
/>ir s\ tt rr n
CLUMb
The largest stock in the
State. Correct styles and low
prices.
Ladies' Cloth Newmarkets.
ladies' Cloth Raglans. ?
Ladles' Clolb Jackets.
All tlic Desirable SIjIck ol
' PLUSH WRAPS
Children's Cloaks
In endless variety, to fit all
ages, Irom 4 years uwards.
New additions made daily in
Ladies'. Misses' and Children's
Cloaks.
J, S. RHODES & CO.
no:t _
Dentistry.
ONLY TEN DOLLARS
?(SIO.OO)?
FOR A COOD SET OF
GUM TEETH,
I
McCORMICK'b,
t s\r- r\ % t . r-i fT H"T
1UOU JV1AIN ainc.1-'^
To Loan. H
w *
TO LOAN
On Plrnt Mortkuxc Security on Ohio Re*l
From one to Ave ymr* .. ktx*,
Want to buy 12 t?hare? Bridgeport l;A lk ttoC^
K. T. llow hLL,
' Insurance and Kw?l K?uu U-ent H
noH ?
a * psi rr- r-?"T- lOTDC
I U AUVtn I Iwtnw'
AND SECTIONS will l>? cut ou ?1IP1U*U
vitoie who vr*ut their dvertl*
we c*n offer no b?it?r medium forth"*0"*. ^
effective work than the varlou* h-cU?u? w
uklkctlocalj.ikt. . .....
UKO. P. HOW KM. kr- H
Kewapftjier Ad vert 1*1 ni.'ill'r"V
defrMWWV 10 fapruw direct, >?w *wf

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