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.NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
for Yici5 president,
of New York.
ELECTORS AT LABOR,
A. W. CAMPHELL. %
of Ohio County.
of Fayotto County.
rfrtd 77/c/tjW?J. S McCASKEY. of Wetrol Co.
frondDvlric' -F.T. RUMBAROER ofGrattfCo
Third T/Mrict?3. F. RON AN. of Kanawha Co.
J-'imrih District--FRANK J. LES AGE,ol Cabell co
h'irti nintrirt-H R DOVENER, of Ohio Co.
; (i-nml [jftric.t?J. N. WI8NER. of Berkeley Co.
hnd Dinlrld-E I*. RUCKER of Mercor Co.
fourth LiMrict?C.. T. CALDWELL, of Wood Co.
A\ STATU TICKET.
THOMAS E. DAVIS.
vl Taylor Oouuty.
JA< OR B IIYER
? oihraxton Couuty.
WILLIAM P. PAYNB,
iA McDowell County.
Toll M'l'FIIISTr.NllEST OF SCHOOLS.
THOMAS C. MILLER
of Marion County.
1011 ATTORNEY OEXERAL.
T O BULLOCK.
?>l Wood County.
FOit JI DOE OF COURT OF APPEALS.
J. M. McWHORTER.
ci Greenbrier County.
louort io u?r
01 Jackson County.
for state senate?first district.
h. c hervey.
of Rrooke county.
uiuo couyrx hkitblicax ticket.
T. (i MOFFAT.
tor prosecuting attorney.
SAMUEL 0. BOYCE.
tor assessor. city district,
W. H. HORNLSIL
tor assessor. country district.
# ROBERT ANDERSON.
FOR MEMBERS HOUSE OP DELEGATES,
fi. 0. SMITH. '
G. H. MKDICK.
C. J. RAWLINQ.
A RHtlMh View of tho American Tariff
theffidd Daily Telegraph.
ffThe promoters of tho McKlnlay tariff
mnnnt It to pa?h forward tho polloy of
Aram-ton for the American*, uoo mviuiiu
of realising It wa? to keep nil work within
their own dominions. The country was to
be made nelf-Mupplylng: wlint could bo
produced at home whn not to be bought
abroad. That won the key-note of the McKlnley
Ncheine, aud It la working out tho
idea of Km designer* with the precision and
ctlectivenoHH of a miicluue."
snPOBLIOAM victory lu the coming
election would retard for a long time the
progress of the Round commeroiid doctrine**
that underlie the commercial great,
neon of'Grciu llrltalu aud aloue mulntnln
iirltlsh aecemlaiicr. ? Is>ndrm Evening Acta.
IK 1800 it wad a conflict of predictions;
now our adversaries must face trade statlull
en and prices current.?President Harrison,
June '21, II#.:
Tho Columbian Itloo.
Tho flight of four ccnturies loavOs
' Christopher Columbus standing us a
colossal historic flguro in u remote perspective.
Tho admiration of the world,
the praises of tho poets, too aumnuon
of tho history, tho lurid glare of legend
have mado him almost more than human
and almost taken him out of
touch of real mon and real thing?.
It is the croat glory of Columbus that
ho was a real man. moved by real impu.Heal
with real human weaknesses,
and yet a strong man whoso strength
of character ami intensity of purpose
steered his courn on a straight line
and furnished the marvelous motive
power for his career.
What wo know of the history of this'
real man shows that ho was mado of no
common clay, lie ruk'ht bo discouraged,
rebuffed, reviled, treated a sa madman,
thrown into prison?still ho hold
to tho ono idea ami nothing could shake
his belief in the thing ho had reasoned
out. Success was his vindication, and
yet he never knew how great was the
<"? ?? n( It in Huccflss. nor ever reaped
any considerable part of the reward
which he had so richly earned.
Tho idoa ol Christopher Colnmbus
was discovery. The Columbian idea of
to-dny should bo preservation. This
continent is more to as who inhabit it
than it was to the daring navigator who
discovered it. 'i'he great nation which
inhabits the greater part of this great
continent is destined to dominate all,
bow or when, only tho Creator of the
The inSnito wisdom which inspired
Columbus to reclaim this soil from tho
waste of barbarism to the productive
ses of civilisation will direct its future
as it has dirocted its past; but man
baa been endowed with the capacity
for thought and action, and his creator
oxpectj man to make the best use of hiB
opportunities for his own preservation
This is tho task set before the people
of the United States and this is tbe
Columbian idea which this festival occasion
brinirs to us.
TIurraii for Christopher Columbus
and tho United States of America!
Christophor was a citizen of a republic
and as ho looks down on us to-day lie
must rojoico that tho greatest republic
tlio world has over known is running
tho machine on tho continent he discovered.
Wheeling ought to make to-day a
great holiday. Site will never have another
such opportunity for four hundred
years to coma
There seems to be a disposition to
connect to-day's decorations too closely
with tho parnde. That is to say, persons
along the route will ornamont
their premises with tho national colors
and perhaps tho colors of other nations.
Persons not along tho route think they
are not called upon to inuko any kind
During Now York's great Columbian
celebration tho decorations showed no
regard whatever to the lino of march.
Indeed some of the most elaborate decorations
wero quite remote from the
streets selected for the parade; and it
was notieoablo that in the quarters
whoro tho poorest dwelt nono wero too
poor to make their habitations gay with
The decorations have to do with the
occasions, not primarily with tho procession.
Flags aro not put out moroly
that marching men might gale on them,
htif ni'nn mrtra tn iinHufv nvnrv mfin's
personal pride in bis city, in his country,
and in tlio day wo colobrate. Tht!
indications are that decorations will be
moro genoral in Wheoling than ever
before. Tho sala of Hags and that sort
of thing has surpassedanything Wheeling
has heretofore known. The stock
is not yet exhausted, but unless it is
much larger than it is thought to bo
none of it ought to be left in the hands
of tho dealers after this morning, l.et
everybody show his colftrs and make
Wheeling rosplendent with tho splendid
emblems of our nationality.
Yesterday theJiri/iil-r had Mr.Elkins
snugly established in Charleston, there
to remain until the close of tho campaign,
because from that point .of vantage
West Virginia was to be carried.
Last night Mr. Elkins slept in Wheeling,
and probably will not bo at liberty
to visit tho pleasant city of Charleston
again until the campaign shall have
closed. Homebody mast have been having
fun with the Register.
A i'oor Game.
If has entered into somebody's dull
mind to conceive the scheme which
represents the Republican nominee for
sheriff, who is also tho treasurer of the
Second Presbyterian church, as being
or having been short in th? monies of
that congregation confided to Jiia koepintf.
Mr. Moffat has boen for twenty years
the'treasurerof the church. Until now
nobody has over thought of ever charging
him with converting any ot its
funds to his own use, and in his behalf
the trustees of the church, who have
knowledge of all his transactions connected
therewith, are quick to corno to
the front with a statemunt absolutely
vindicating liis faithful discharge of a
It is not to bs explained in detail why
this action against Mr. Moffat has boen
maue una intuit tsu huuui uu ma Lumstones
of Wheeling in the past fow days.
The situation ia pretty well understood
and this dosperato effort to divert attention
and stiffen a cause that is already
lost beyond resurrection will be equally
It is ono of tbe most disreputable
Bchcmes ever resorted to in this community
to accomplish an unworthy
And now the Intklliokscer desires
particularly to fasten attention on this
esseutial fact, that the charge affecting
Mr. Moffat's integrity as the custodian
of funds has boen made against him
and promptly and conclusively met by
him. This is what an honest man does
when he is falsely accused.
Wubn a commodity sells in the American
mnrkot for lea; than tho duty on it
it worries tho free traders siclc to explain
how it is that the consumer pays
the tax. The consumer has no interest
in tho ireo trader's distreesod mind.
Chicago is opening the World's Fair
in tromendous stylo. This is the way
Chicago does things. Chicago and the
World's Fair are all right and all the
world will be there next year.
What Might Hbto Boen.
By mason of the birth place of the
discoverer, Italy is associated with the
diacovory of this continent. By reason
of tho assistance at last rendered to CoIambus
by tho Spanish crown, Spnin
claims all the honor. Any other nation
of the time of Columbus might
have had it. For years he was anybody's
Columbus who would take him,
indifferent as to the flan ho sailed under
so he might bo equipped to sail away
to the east and carry out the darling
idea of his life.
Charles of France might have had
him and heartily welcome. Indoed, after
much discouragement he was on his
way to the court of the French king,
but he stopped at the little convont of
La Kabida, noar Palos, and tho good
prior undertook negotiations with Isabella,
negotiations destined to fall
through but again to be reopened to the
glory of Spain and the immortal fame
of Christopher Columbus.
This true fablo teaches that it a wise
man who know* a good thing whon ho
sees it, nnd that sometimes the woman
has tho keenest eye. So it happens
that Isabella, tho Catholic, comes down
through (our centuries associated with
Columbus and sharing his fame.
"Twe" Windy Wilson tickles himself
with tho thought that Republicans who
amount to something are afraid to
moot him on tho stump. Solf-resfecting
Republicans are in the hubit of
associating with men as unlike his kind
as it is possible for men to bo.
Mn. B. P. Penxinoton, of Monroe
country, used to bu a Democrat. He
isn't any longor. IIo tells why in today's
ixtkllioekcrt. They are coming
in to dwell tho Republican chorus in
A. stained glass window lias boon put
In tho parish church of IJytho, England,
in memory of Lionel Lukin, inventor of
the life boat. Lukin's body lies in the
parish church yard, and a curions inscription
records his connection with
the invention. He took out a patent in
1785, but tho conservative lords of the
admiralty saw nothing good in it, and
it was not* recognized by the govern*
ment for some time thereafter.
Tho law of Denmark now gives to
every Danish subject, man or woman,
the right to a pension at sixty years of
uge, except in cases of convicted criminals,
of those who havo fraudulently
made ovor their property to relatives
and of those who havo brought themselves
to distress by extravagance.
There is a point near tho famous
Stony cave, in the Catskill mountains,
where ice may be found on any day in
tho year. This locality is locally known
an the Notch, and is walled In on all
sidos by steep mountains, someof which
are more than 3,000 feet high.
The whole Moslem race despise tho
sound of bells, which, they say,'cause
the evil ppirits to assemble. They do
no not use them on their mosques, but
have men stationed in tho minarets
who call out Ave times each day for tho I
people to assemble for prayer.
Manager Haines estimates that the
receipts of tho elevated railroad for the
threo days of tho New York Columbian
celebration wero about $150,000. This
is hhid to bo the largest sum ever rernivml
hv n ruilrnnr! cornorntion in an
equal lonprth of time.
Secretary .Tamos G. Ramsoy, of tho
board of World's Fair managers, is exhibiting
at Helena, Mont, a relic of the
prehistoric ago in tho shape of a sixtyfoot
bipod. It waa unearthed in a
gravel pit about a milo from Glondine,
in Eastern Montana.
It has been found that bicyclists who
ride to excess are atilicted with a catarrhal
laryngitis. Mouth breathing
and tho rapidity and pressure with
which large quantities of air are forcod
into the larnyx aro said to bo the cause.
It is said that tho most precious collection
of German winos in the world is
that storod away in the cellars of the
grand duke of Luxomburg. Some of
the vintages date back to 1706.
Joru?nlem has been enjoving n boom
since the completion of tho railroad
that connects it with Jafla. Over 300
house*, hotels, stores and residences
have boon erected.
At a recent marriage feast in Now
York City tho wedding cake of the
bride's mother was served. It had boen
kept for that purpose wrappod in brandiod
paper in a tin box.
An eight-year-old New York boy has
beenarrostod for holding up another
lad of the same ago, going through his
pocKois ami laKingms guiu wuicii.
The long-distance telophonocompanv
proposes to chargo S!) for five minutes'
conversation between Chicago and Now
Tho professor! of the Ann Arbor
(Mich.) University have had their salaries
all raised from $300 to $300 a year
by the regonts.
The ruins of a city, believed to bo
older than tho Aztecs, have been found
in Eastern Oregon, near Silver lake.
Iron ore from new mines on the south
side of Cuba is being landod at Philadelphia.
This is a new trade.
It is "Ailogheny" in Pennsylvania,
"Alleghany" in Virginia and' "Allegany"
in N'ew York.
Tho town of Stamford, Conn., has
commenced to celebrate its 250th anniversary.
Physician?"Haven't felt well lately,
oh? What seems to bo the trouble?"
Patient?"I don't rest well?last night I
dreamed a Broadway car stopped to lot
mn nn " TMiuoInion "MwHnar alp fhia
"V _ '"j ----- >
19 sorioua?you must nave coinploto relaxation
from business or 1 will not answer
for the consequences."?Puck.
Mrs. Maillour (nfler proudly showing
her family treasuro to a new neighbor's
little daughter)?"Have you any such
heirlooms at home, my little dear?"
Little Dear (with dignity)?"No'm. I
guess our folks was always rich 'nougli
to trow away their old things and buy
new ones."?Strut <t Smith'/ Good jYeira.
"This is the fourth time you have
asked me to marry you. Why do you
trouble moso? V> liy do you ask nuain?"
"Heruuse you refused me tho other
times. Consent now and I will nover
nek yoti again."?Xew York Prtsi.
Priscilla?"But don't you think it's a
trtrl'u duty to ask tho consent of her parents?"
Prunelia?"Oil, yes; unless
alio thinks they won't grant it."?New
Frank?"But what advantage is there
in wearing a monocle?" Adolphus?
"Good gad, man, how could I see with
both oyes coverod?"?JJoslan TrarucripL
"They tell me you are tho leading
member of the college foot ball tenm.
What position do you fill?" "J put on
the bandages."?Chicago Xcuii.
uno inducement 10 oia mums iu ue
pood is tho cheerful thought that
raatchos, if the proverb tells the truth,
are made in huuven.?SomrrviUe Journal.
Some men are so rcrupulously honest
that they will steal to pay their debts
The recent attempted corner in short
ribs is tho bono of contention in Chicago.?Indianapolis
It is rather a serious thine when the
sailor "throws his girl over."?'Yonlers
When Johnnv broke hi* rocking-horse
In angry words his mother spoke;
But Johnny'*argument had force:
"What good's a horeo uulcs* it's broke?"
"Tho fnll is hero. the fall i* hero!"
She orlcd in tone* ccstatlc.
"80 regularly falls appear,
They scorn quite auiumnatlc."
? Washington Star.
The dndheon and the cnlutnet
Aro hardly of one typo:
The red mail's fifing o pipe of pcuce,
And Pat's u piece of plpo.
M. L. Blair, aldermnn, Fifth ward,
Scrnnton, Pa., fttatod Nor. 9, '83: He
had usnd Dr. Thomas' Kclectrio Oil (or
sprains, burns, cuts, braisoa and rheumatism.
Cured every time. mw
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening Btrength
. ? Latent U; S. Uoveknment Food
Royal Bakino Pownrn Co.,
1U6 Wall 8C.. S. Y.
THE CHOUGH FUND.
Grovnr Cleveland CoutrlbuteaFlve Dollar*
for tho Roller of the Composer.
Ecpaula, Ala., Oct 20.?Tba Daily
Mail, which is railing a fund for Prof.
Frederick Nicholas Crouch, compoaer
of "Kathleen Mavouraeerf," now in hit
84th year and in financial distress, has
received the following letter from Mr.
Victoria Hotel, Not- York, 1
October 15,1892. /
My Djsar Sir:?Your letter ol October
3 is at hand and I cheerfully enclose
$5 as a donation to Prof. Crouch. Although,
as you say, my charity tax is
somewhat of a burden, I feel that lean
wejl atlord to aid you in your disinter
estod labor in bohait 01 one wno nas
done so much for the entertainment of
Hoping tlmt you may be eminently
successful in your bonevolcnt designs,
Youra very truly,
[Signed] "GnovEft Cleveland.
Above the letter Mr. Cleveland had
written tho words "Not to be published."
Ho was immediately besought by telegraph
to permit of the publication of
the letter "for the sake of the good it
may do the aged composer," to which
request Mr. Cleveland ropondeciby wire:
All right." The limit of the contribution
asked of Mr. Cleveland was $5.
Au Atnerlouu 111-Treated.
Washington, D. C., Oct. 20.?At least
one American was ill-treated in the recent
shaking up in Venezuela. George
F. Undorhill, formerly United States
consul at G'uidad, Balivar, Venezuela, is
tho complainant. Mr. Underbill is the
owner of a small ship repairing plant
at Cuidad, Bolivar, on the Onnoca
rivor. He makes a good livelihood by
repairing vessels plying the Orinoco
river. While engaged in this pursuit,
he complains that he was arrested,
thrown into prison and otherwise
roughly treatoa, for no other reason,
apparently, than to prevent his lending
aid, through the medium of his repair
shop, to tho revolutionists. He was arrested
by the representatives of the old
government. Mr. Underbill's claim will
be investigated, and if the facts are
found to be a* reported, a demand for
proper redress will be made upon the
A Fight IJrewiujf.
Guthrie, 0. T., Oct. 20.?When Ira
Terrill, ex-gpeaker of the lower houBe
of the territorial legislature, waa recently
sentenced to the penitentiary
for lifo, he remarked that he would
never serve the term. The reason for
tho remark has now become evident.
Terrill'a friends are gathering in large
numbers near Stillwater, where he is
confined pending his removal to the
penitentiary, with the avowed purpose
of attacking the jail and rescuing him.
Preparations for defense are being
made at the jail and a lively encounter
is expected when theattackis made.
Hood's Sarsaparilla stands at the head
in the medicine world, admired in prosperity
and envied in merit by thou
minds ol woulu-oe competitors. it nas
a larger sale than any other medicine.
Such aticcem could not be won without
Hood's Pills cure constipation by restoring
the peristaltic action of the alimentary
canal. They are the best farailary
Ltvlle*' Flu* Footwear,
The latest novelties in Ladies' Fine
Shoes, in all the leading styles, sizes
and widths, at L. V. Blond's.
THE only reason for Mr. Cleveland?* nomination,
and the thing that forced his nomination
in spite of all the efforts of politieians%
was the facl that, in the minds of the Democratic
massest he represents the idea of free
trade. The platform is an unmistakable
declaration against all parleying with protection.
It puts the Democratic party in the
field as committed to the policy of sweeping
away every shred of a protective duly.?Henry
Gforge, the Free Trwler.
Goods in your
In following this rule
Many Doctor Bills
May be saved
JfOR THE BEST
MINNESOTA PATENT FLOUR,
Manufactured by the Holly Flouring Mills, Minneapolis.
Minn., go to
Zarnits Bros. & Co.,
1810 MAIN BTREET.
It baa no equal. GOLD DUST is tho brand oolO
For sale?my dwelling, no.
1112 Chanllne atree:. Apply on ilio premises
or at 1ft and 20 Kieventh street. 11 KMbHEIMEH.
\\r ANTE D?A FIRfiT-OLAKS
TT tailor or tallows. Call immediately on
ALBERT WtTETHBICH. corner Ihirty-lifih and
Jacob streets. qci*
F)R SALE-CHEAP-A KRANICH
d; BACH square piano; can bceen at F. W.
Haunter'* ma<ie stm*. Market *treot. For p:?rtlcular*
Inquire of MILS. L. CASSELL, No 76
Fourteenth street, city. cxr!8
^itention" young men's
Republican Escon Club.
All member* are requested to report at headquarters
in full uniform promptly at 1 o'clock
Of AS, h. HL'LTZ, President.
M. H. McXaBB. Secretary. '
rjyo THE TRAVELING -UEN
Who are to take part in the parade to-day:
You aro hereby requested to meet at McLain's
Halt, corner Market and Twelfth streets, at J2
O'ClOCK noon HlUtrp, wnu yuu. * *> ,
your place In line of march. All traveling men
now in the city are cordially invited to attend.
By order of S. BKUBAKl.K.
Chaw. Baily. Commander. * oc21
Every member rau/it report between II and I
o'clock at the ball, in full uniform, to participate
in the Columbian parade. Those turning
out with other societies will loan their uniform
to thu now member*. All now members report
at the lull to reo.Mve instructionn.
qc21 DAVID DINGER. Captain.
Will meet at their Hall, in fnll uniform at 1:15 j
p. in., Friday, in order to participate in Columbus
A. A. GAU8, President.
F. B. Daily, gecrotqey.
^TTENTION, K. G. E.
Central Castlo No. 1, K. 0. E.. desires the memKen
and all other E.jjles and visiting members
to meet at our hall, on Market KtrcoL No. 2245,
at U o'clock sharp, tojjo in parudu on Columbiau
a the 21st day of October, IM2. - We expect a
turn out. Come one, comu'all. A special
atlon to all Katies in the city to fall in the
parade is extended. By order ot Central Castlo
No. 1, K. G. K loelP) 11. J. BAKER.M. of &.
OUR STORE WILL CLOSE
FRIDAY, at 12 O'clock Noon.
UJSU. i;. sriiJEiij ? tu.
00I8 12IS Marlcct SU. oppoalto McLuro Houao.
QLUB HOUSE CHEESE.
WS'llAVI SOW IS STOCK
FRESH CLUB HOUSE CHEESE.
ALBEKT STOLZE & CO.,
ocID-hwaf 1117 Market Strcot.
Property corner South Front and Fink atreeta.
New buildings, with modern improvements, or
the improved part of the same proporty fronting
twenty-four feet on South Front strcot.
SIMPSON & HAZLETT,
Boom No. 1, Cranjlo Block,
oc2l 1318 Market Street.
ForColumbus Day or'Politlcal
Meetings, in Tissue
Festoon ings, Wreaths,
Plumes Stars, &c. Chinese'
Lanterns, Gold and Silver
Stanton & Davenport,
ocl5 No. 1801 Market Street.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Oct. 26
?His Trials ana Trmnipns?
In Ton Realistic Tableaux,
COSTUMES HISTORICALLY CORRECT.
By the Young Ladles and Gentlemen of
ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT HALL,
Corner Fourteenth and Koff Street*.
During the performance appropriate vocal
and Instrumental music. recitations, eta. will
bo rendored. Proceed-, for charitable purposes.
Admission. .*>0 cunt*. Tickets on tuilo at W. F.
Weir's. 1228 Market street C Aul's. Twelfth
street, and M. J. McFadden's, 13.0 Market Su
Decoration for Columbian Day
Are the Tissue Wreaths. Stars. Plumes, FestoonIngs,
eta We have thorn in tho Spanish colors
as woll as the glofTous Red. White and Blue.
Call and examluo them beforo arranging for
1308 MARKET STREET.
Second door south of now City Bank. ocl6
IK GREAT VARIETY AND ALL WIDTHS
ocis ' 1110 Main Street.
Our Mammoth Catalogu o of Baxk Cooxtcrs , i
Disks, and other Oppicb Furmtoh* for I
1803 now ready. New Goods. New Styles
in Desks, Tables, Chairs, Book Coxes, Cabinets,
&o.. Ac., and At matchless prices,
as above indicated. Oar goods are wellknown
and sold freely in every country tliat
peaks English. Catalogues free. Postage 12c.
E. B. POTTS' BIG STORE.
The Greatest Sale oil ltecord Crowds
K. B. Pot^i liIJC al Main and
Tenth Streets, and the Boom ig |n
Full Blast?Bargain* Going Liko *
Hash at Half Price and Less--.*
Present to Every Customer Mho
Cuts This Out.
These biff drive* received dully from tlio }?>^
Yorlc attaflon rooms will ccllpso anything ever
before hear'I of In this section.
MUM'S # U JTS tl M, *!#7. $ ' N. $4 37 and up.
"We uro lonMoi fu low prices. These goods must
go. C'Oine early.
MHs'fl PANTS. 45e. 68c. 87c. 97a $1 IS ud.
Worth double or money refunded.
BOYS' SUITSnt die. 97c. si IS. SI 87 up. Como
at once, this *ide cannot lawtalwaya.
BOYS' PANTS. 12c, 19e, 25c, -Sta, He up. Thc*a
bargains are going very fiw?tSltaf3
*'1NK SHOES at 07c, 51 10. fl 28, $1 37,
SI 02 up. Look In our window for bargains in
hhoes away belotfr the usunl price.
LADIES' FINK SHOES. h7c Wc. SI 25, S117,
51 45 up. All fa.t scllcca and will give you full
CHILDREN'S SHOES nt 19a 25c. 87e 48e. 6*1,
72c, 87c up. tolid bargains and trade winners.
A RACKET?LOOK AT THE PRICtS.
HANDKERCHIEFS, 1C.SD, UC.4C, Ocup. Hi*
SI'S BENDERS. fic. 9c, 12c. 15c, 19c, 23c; worth
MEN'S HALF HOSE, 3c, Sc,8c, 10cup. These
price# will make you buy.
MEN'S SHIRTS. 17c. 23c, 33c. .TOcup. On shirts
we lead the trade. If wo cannot save you at
least one-half your money we do not deserve
your patronage and should uot have It. and
further, you may return any goods not satisLw
tory and get your money.
BIO DRIVES IX MEN'S AND BOW HATS,
Don't forget ua on Hutg. We are here to save
you tuouey. ________________
E. B. POTTS,
Main ami Tenth SI reels,
WHEELING. W. VA.
Branch Stores?Steubonvllle, 0.: Bellaire, Ot
New Martinsville, W. Vu., and Parkersburg, W.
Our Storo Boat, "THE CYCLONE." ia now
ready for business. Look out for greater burgains
than over. Will remain n few days only
Ut IUO JiriUUipUl inilllillH? U4UM? ?.??? mui. ouvi
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
O.CLGKNTHER Leoeo and Man/wer.
OCTOBER 21 and 22.
Satuuoay Matinee 2 p.m.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF LITTLE'S WORLD
MISS EDITH MAI
MISS ETTA LYONS In Song ami Donee.
As the Gallant Sailor Boy.
The Sinking Ship and tho former
Alone worth the price of admission. A grand
Npuctnenl&r production requiring a car load of
Seats now on sale at Genther's. Prices 25c. 83a
and 50 c. oclS ,
MATINEE AND NIGHT,
The Comic Novelty Event Nothing but Fun.
Famous New York Quartette! Wonderful
European Novelties! Cornulla Acrobats! Mariposa
Dancers! Tho Funny Frogs! Axany, tho
Clown! 100?New Features?10J.
Sale ofseats com men cos Thursday. oc3)
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNE8DAY,
OcroUEK2i 23, and 2d.
(J HAND JIATREK WEDNESDAY APTKRJO0X.
HARRY W. WiLLIAMS'
Great Spebtacular Faroe Comedy,
Introducing JOSEPH J. .SULLIVAN. LARRY
SMITH, the ItUS?ELL BROS., and a strong
ooterle o! the Finest Singers, Dancers
and Comedians in America. Gorb'Oous
Scenery and Groat
Fnicjc%-25f 35 and 50c. Seats on sale'at Gen*
Hut's store oc-h)
REPUBLICAN CLUB MEETINGS.
Young Men's Republican Escort Clut>?Every
Tuesday even in*.
Unlnn lilktfl.it Itnnuhllnnn f!luh?Eff?rv Wod?
nes'iay oveniusc. *
('eiitral Bop ubl lean Club?Every Friday cvon"iViirChamplons?Every
These meetings in Central Cub Headquarter*,
Lutz Building. 15C4 Market street.
"J^OTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Holders of bonds of Ohio c mnty. West Virginia,
for ?1,00 >. bearlug idx per cent interest,
are hereby noililod t'ua bona numbered threfl
(3) lias lavjn drawn, ami the same will be pad
at the Bulk oi Wlfeollng on the tlrat day < (
November, i89i and interest will coose on naid
bond after that data FRANK GUUSE
i President Board Commissioners, County of
Objo. West Virginia. ocF>
The General Insurance of J. C. Alderson&Co,
has removed to No. 1100 Main street, uoxt door
to Exchange Bank. Fire, Marino. Stoam Boiler,
| Employers, Liability, Boud, Life and Accident
I *ll8Urnnco- t
Wheeling W. Va., October 14.1892.
The following bonds of the Loan of 18*1. have
boon thi? day drawn by lot -iQrordicg to tho
I ordinance, and will be redeemed on and after
the 1st day ot November. 1892. Interest on -am?i
ccaes on that day. Numbers 14, l/>. 22. 89, 10S,
144. 150, 174. 191, ?0. 2l3. 251 2>l. 274. 280, C9?,
319. 3J4. 333. 38G. 352. 8W. 373. 402. SI, 438, 442.
4W; 482, 678, 591. 632 6? (Ml. .49,0>7. 069, ?7.?,
710 723, 747, 749. ou? hundroil dollars ench.
Numbers 7!5. 708,770 791. 8)7 llvehundr. d dol*
Ints each, and numbers 8b for one thousand
I dollars. F. P. J EPSON'.
ocl6 Commissioner Loan of 1SSL
iss2. BARGAINS. 1392.
Pens, Pencils, Inks,
I -i-t,- U
Ink Stands, Etc.
IN THB STHTB,
Bold itctall at Wholmlo Pricci br
26 TWELFTH STREET.
Bolo Agent for Looo Isaac's Ulticontim Ivnv
The Weekly Intelligencer
$1 OO PER YEAR.