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rcnUSHEp MILT, R.UKIT SL'XDU, at 1iie INTELLIGENCER OFFICE, asd 57 i'otiBTr.KNTii sijti-.ur. UTEIXIOK5CRR ri'UM4Hl>U CO.. l'ropr*s. TEUMS: rsr. yxar, by vail, iu-iac;t: n:*PAia daily, a!.? day* In the week 9s 00 daily, three days in tlie week 4 00 daily. two day* ia Iho v.eek 3 73 Daily, oue monili 05 Wer.CLY, ueyear, id Advance 1 <?? wkkkly. ?1x monHn- - 00 Tin daily intklliokncrk 1* dellT*r:h by carrier* ill Wnoeling and adjaccut town* at ! c?iita per tvurk. Tenons wishing 1# anlnc'rlbo h? lha daily in'if i.i.mr.M mean do no hy .soiidlu? in their orden 10 1i10 irttki.ljokso.i: oili<:?; 0:1 card orotberwUc. They will be punctually served by furriers. 'p. 1......Ums?oi mul niiimarr Notice*. 50 rpnik per itic!i. ('orr??pon<leiiee not: tain ins Important m\v% tollrittd Irom crery pari ul the ?urrotin4ln^ coauiryJVjeeted rr.mini;ni-Mtl<Mj? will notb? rammed imlpnj* ?<T?mpn?1o?I bv ?uffficnt pcxtfigo. }The Intkijjor'v<:r.r., embracing k? ?rvor?l rclitinus.j* enteral i*? the rostollfoo nt Wheeling. W. Va.t ax?econd-cia?* mnttor.| , lT.l.lc!'II')NK V M'.: u3; Krtntiu... . (11. roiintln: JIomhi 110. Sb JaMijMmr. rrnKEM.vr., dkckmbku z, iw?a. Tin# Hrlplr** Unemployed. Yesterday two stalwart mon called on a county commissioner and naked for relief. Beiuj: able-bodied they could not be given assistance outside the almshouse. They had searched everywhere for work and could net none. As a lait resort they were glad to be admitted to the almshouse. There are others of the same kind in this city. There will bo more before the winter ends. What ii to be done with them? They are not the kind of in?n who should bo sent to the alms lions# if anything else can be dono lor them. They are not tho sort of men who feel comfortable in accepting alma of any tort irom anybody. They aro nen who want work and knov. how to work. It is often said that such men iliould have laid by something for a rainy day. 80 they whould, but thoy have not. The question with them now is how to food and shelter themselros. .Many of thein bavodependent families, ami this makes the question more aeriou*. The very best thins to do for thorn is to give them work. |L, It would be much better to put them atwork on the highway?, itnprovingold w ones and making new. than to pive them alms, whether at public or privato coat Tbo city council and the county commissions! could be in no bettor business than in working out n plan to meet the situation. If the county commissioners will not act let the city council take the matter up. Something must be done to help the helpless through this winter. There is no time to lose. If President Cleveland has digeatod e*-Minist?r Stevens'reply to Mr. Blount, also hia turkey, ho has dono excellently well. The Princeton timers did well in Xew Yerk, but could they get away with the Tammany tiger? That ia the question. Attracting the iJniorprisinjr Burglar. There is a beliof among tho burglar gentry that tho people aro still hoarding their money in their houaes, and the newspapers of the coantry reflect in their columna the activity of tho kur^lar'a industry. It ia doubtless true that a vrroat aeru ?i money wunurawu from the banks At tho timo of tho scare liaa not been rcturnoJ. Jf burglars tret some of thia it will romind the timid ones who do their own bankiug that the least aafo place in the world to keep money is in their homos. The danger there as compared with the danger ef a bank breaking is a thousand to one, to say the loast. It is to bo borne in mind, too, that tho man who forces his way into a house with intent te steal comes prepared to tako life if that stand in his way. Banks are not suspending now. In fact the recent flurry developod in the banks of this country a strength that should reassure tho most apprehensivo. The banks as a rule stood solid and strong against a popular panic. Nearly all that closed their doors were entireIv sound. Their tomporary embarrassment was brought about by that lack of confidence which impels peopl* to sacrifice their own safety to thoir fears. TifiCronirc case promises to keep tho Chicago courts in business for the next eentury or two. It would have saved a great deal of trouble if thero had never been a Dr. Cronin. N Toot Unit Itrulnl? Tho public sees and hears moat of foot ball as tho team* of tho great colleges eame into collision on Thanksgiving day. It is a game of lively action, iateue determination, strength, skill, roueh-and-tunible. Tho players seom determined "to de or die," with some preferer.ee for killing the other follow*. The college authorities see foot ball all threugh the season, and all through the college year they aae and corte into close contact with tha young fellows whe play it. Their viewa on the popular pa?time are at least worthy of respoctful hearing. It it significant that the responsible authorities in the colleges not only do not array themselves asainit foot ball but encovrage it. They perceive how tho public interest and popular applause may intoxicate young men, and tkey throw thoir influence on tke side of moderation. If this limit be sometiinos passed .in the conflict of tho field, the manifestation of high animal spirits is not exceptional. It allows itself elsewhere underle?s strain. The collage authority testimony is on tho side of foot hall as part of thehoalthful oiversion which makes tho sound body for (lie sound mind. The athletes of the collego do not suffer in comparison with other students. On the contrary, tho comparison is in their favor. But even by those who admit that athletics have a proper plaoe in the college life it is uracil that tho risk of foot ball is too groat. A Princoton man puts it happily when lie says that u man must die to bo safe. People are killed on railroads, but other peoplo lake the next traiu; and more persons aro killed by failing out of windows than the railroads kill passengers. It is not entirely safe to walk the streets. Mark Twain discovered after careful investigation that tho most poople die in bod; from which lie drew the conclusion that it is not info to go to bod. in so far ns foot ball interferes with tho real college work, it is to bo condemuod. In so far as brutality is rationed to, it is to bo discountonancod. In so far as it is a healthful sport and' gives pleasure to tho lookers-on, it is to bo favored. Youth must havo somo outlet for its surplus animal energy. Foot ball is a good safety valve. Tiie Jackson Park commissioners seem disposed to squeo/e tho World's Fair commissioners until there ii not il>/sn rtf l\lnn/1 Inft in thmn. Aro thoy running a Jittlu kingdom of their own ? ASp Rcimnii llrlek. If it bo true that cotton tios cannot bo mailo in this country in competition Tvith the foreign product, unless wa^os bo brought down to the foreign lovol, tiio oassngo of tho Wilson hill will wipe wipe out tho industry or bring tho cotton tie workers down to tho foreign wago level. And this applies to labor in tho .processes that load up to tho finished cotton tie. So it will bo with other industries. Thoy must go, or the labor ongazed in thorn must moot tho new conditions. This is precisely what protectionists don't desire. They prefer a nation of men earning a good living for tlleinsclvos and their families. Experience shews that the protcctivo theory is sound. Why overturn this policy to seo how many can survive radically changed conditions? "Why expose our own countrymen to a conflict in which thoy have everything.to loso? This is tho real question presented by the Wilson bill. Still we have not been favored with that exposuro which was to convince the country that the Hawaiian policy of the administration lias been wise and American. Shot of that sort lott long in tiio locker is in dangor of gutting rusty. The Beauties of the Fair. Confidentially, you can't afford to miss the Ixtulligekczk's World's Fair portfolios. They aro a worthy art aonvenirof that marvel of the world. They preserve its beautios in the very best form. The way to pet them is very plainly told in the advertising columns. One portfolio of sixteen pictures is to be delivered every week. Thero are sixteen portfolios. The first ia ready for delivery. Bring in or send the six coupons accompanied by ten cents. Do the same thing for each portfolio. Those who havo failed to savo the coupons can got this week's papers containing them. BREAKFAST BUDGET. A fountain that Btood for many years on tho main street square in Pawtucket, R. L, lias been removed and sot up in a coinetory. its base Dears in bi>r lettors tho toucbingly appropriate word, Wclcome.'* An old European custom was to give a clock to anyone who could tnko an oath that he had strictly miudcd his own business and not meddled with his uoiglpbor's afrairs for a year and a day., Nino of tho Montana elk which wore exhibited near tho cliff dwellers at tho World's fair have been secured by Edward H. Litchtiold, of Brooklyn, for his game preserve in the Adirondack?. Max Meyer, a noted lWlin student, who, though blind from birih, has kept tho hoad of tho class in every school ho attended, received1 the decree of doctor of philosophy iu that city a short time ago. Samuel and Simms Gammel. of Hickory Flats, Simpson county, Ivy., are probably tho largost twin Crother* in the United State*. Their combined weight is 512 pounds. Five residents of the City of Moxico have established thoir claims a9 descendants of Montezuma and will bo hereafter paid annual peneions by tho Mexican government. Darin? tho recent funeral of Fireman John Peralta, of San Francisco, the tiro bell ran? tho alarm 182, the sumo that called Peralta to tho tiro where ho met his death. There are 27,211 confederate pensioners and inmates of confederate homos in the south. Last year they were pa id $1,150,930 in ponsions. There was a largo incroaio of births in Massachusetts last year, and this rosult is credited to tho foreign population. Tho Bibliotheque Nationalo, of Paris, containing l,40U,0t)0 volumes, is ropnted to be the largost library iu the world. Tho only source of tho great lakes is tho rain tliut falls within their basin, which averages forty inches a year. A Denmark old maids' insurance company pays regular weekly "benefits" to sDiusters of forty years and upward*. The Indian troops at Fort Washakie, Vv'yo., returned from a hunt recently with twenty elks. Italian proverb: For the buyer a hundred eyes are too few; for the soller one is enough "Mourning bauds put on while von wait" is tho auuouucuuiont of a New York hatter. Heal agate marbles are made from agate found iu Oborstoin, near the Khiuo. PERSONAL PQI NTS. Kufus Williams, who diel a few days ago in Rhode Island at tho ago of ninety-five, wns u direct descendant of Roger Williams, in the sixth generation. Fivi generations of his family were present at tho funeral. John J. Wise, whose father hanged .To|ui Brown; Robert T. Lincoln, wlmae father sUJtaiacd tiie war this brought on, and Frod D. Grant, whoso father fouvht it to a conclusion, were ob- , served in a group by themselves talking to each other, on a recent erening in New York. A Philadelphia paper credits ex-Senator Edmunds with regarding Philadel- 1 phia as tho most patriotic and Auiori- i can of American cities, and with ] saying that it does (lis soul pood , fust to walk around Independonc* hall and xui a glim pie ui tho old Libert\ bell. ; Alfred K Trudo has defended thirtyeiebt poraon9 accused of murder and ! obtained a verdict of acquittal for every 1 ono of thorn. He will not bo available for tho late mayor's slayer. Tho family 1 of Mr. Harrison has rotaiuod him to as- ! sibt in tho prosecution. Illinois has selected Gen. James j Shields as tho first of her deceased citi- , zens deemed worthy of national commemoration, and will unveil a ataiuo to , his memory nt the capitol, in Washington, on December 0. Mr. and Mrj. Joiin Alden. of Provi- , donee, K. L, descendants of Johu Alden of Pilgrim fame, will celobrato tho sixtieth anniversary of their wodding today. i Alma Tadoma's painting, representing Emperor Hadrian's visit to a pot* 1 terv, han acquired another pot?aoid in i Holland for 10,000 florins. Boston has a atatuo of Theodoro Parker in a warehouse waiting 'lor a pedestal, and a site. MORNING SMILES. Mr. Isaacs?"1 6o:Id yon dot coat at a 1 great sacrifice." Customer?"But you nay that of all your goods. Ilow <lo you inako a living?" Mr. Isaacs?"Mein friend, I make* a schmall profit on do paper and string."?7'id-Bits. Judge (to prisoner)?"Did you really call tiiis gontleman an old fool last night?" Prisoner (trying to collect his thoughts?"The longer I look at him tho more probable it seems to mo that I did."?7 huh, "Hello, Hanks. Peon losing at tho races again, haven't you? Just your blamed luck." "Not much; away ahead this time." "I thought so. Can you lend mo a five?"?Inter-Ocean. Mrs. Suttio (insinuatingly)?John, I Mrs. Swiftly's husband has just bought her a lovely sealskin cloak. Mr. Suttie j ?I always said Swiftly had a wheel in his hond?Chicago Ilecurd. i Proprietor?Did you let the'lady know it was no trouble to show your waros? New Clerk?Yes, sir; 1 told her that selling them was where the rub came in.?Life's Calendar. Studont?I will tell you frankly that I shall not be able to pay for the suit till next year. When will you havo it ready? Tailor?Next year.?Flictriidc lUactter. Dell?I haven't aeon that man wo ' just met for fifteen years. Bell?That's : nothing. 1 mot a man the other day that 1 never saw before in my life.? ] Life. A complaint of tho four-yoar-old: "Oh, aunty! I just went to touch a i littlo cliickv, and tho old hen growled at mo and bit me with her nose."?Huston Courier. i "Named your babv Dorothy, as you I intended, JimDsun?/' "Nope." "\Vhy not?" "James seemed more suitable." 1 ?Harper's Bazar. Chappie?I'm awfully fond of hunting-dogs. Sho ('innocently) ? Yes? ' Where do you go to hunt them ??Detroit Free Pre/:. "Do you hold fast to vour ideal?" sho -.L-a/I W u-nnlil if I *|?n.l n i-l,iitlf>o " ho answered softly. "You are mine. I Life; Van Gilding?Could you marry a man who is your inferior? Prunella?1 suppose 1 shall havo to.?Zip A Memory. Tho following beautiful poem, written ( by a lady at tho nN heeling l'oinale Seminary thirty-six year4 ago, was dipped from a copv of tho Intelligencer 01 ' May 7,1S57# by a subscriber, who sends j it with a request that it be republished: For the Whittling Jnte'llgencer. A memory. i On rocky hill, where scarco a bit o[ moss t Or spear of grass, or leaf, from the* not auu , Found shelter. 1 espied beside n^ spring , A tender, winsome llower. blushing and fair As those of Eve's, In I'aradlw; 1 breathed I Its odor nnd grew glad and thanked my liod. And pressed it to my bosom. I'raclous flower. ^ It nnled and withered, and to me remains 1 Only tho perfume called out b/ my tears. I A maiden crossed my pnth?a belne rare? , .lust like a thousand to the world, perhaps; To liie unlike all othora. In lier eyes I read the gleaming of a sinless soul. A simple child. In lantiuer; In her heart The woman perfected. "My light, my hie. I loved her?now eomplet'.' she mnde my Joy. l I thought site couid not die; but would go straight 1 To heaven.? _ , , , I wait me now to feel 1 Acnln the made of her touch and smile [ | A^d voice. Till then I grit ve that aught so sweet Abides not long. Female seminary, May 0,18.x. Isame. j Wltut the Wilson 1*111 Will Do. Coi.L'MUC.1, 0., Dec. 1.?Governor lie- , Kinlov has received tho circular issued by George F. Hall, treasurer of tlio Nonantum Worsted Company, Newton, Mass.. to their operatives to tho ellcct that if tho proposed changed tariff is made tho employes must preparo for a raatorial reduction in wagos nnd that the circular is iutendod 10 give them timely warning to protect themselves I and their families. The Usual Kosult. Tabis, Doc. 1.?A duel was foujlit today between M. Etionne, membor of tho chamber of deputies from Oran, and M Millerand, tlio socialist deputy reprosonting tho Seine. M. Millerand was ?li"htlv wounded in tho cheat. The duel grew out of attacks made upon M. Ktiuni|e in Layftile Rtpukliqttt by M. Millerand. The Aftermath. New Yottu, Dec. 1.?Tho number of young mon arrested last night for growing too boisteroui in their celebration of Princeton's victory was unprecedented. Several eooros of them woro gathered in bv tho police in bunches. Several of thein were released on bail, but many spent the night in station cells. Duke of Lelnster Dead. London, Dec. 1.?Tho Duke of Lein- | aterdied to-day at Carton, County Kildaro. of typhoid fovor. ilo was born August 10,1851. It ia ptrauuo that some peoplo will uffer for years from rheumatism rather than trv such an "approved standard remedy' as Aver'a i-arsaparilla; ami that, too, in spite of the asmranco mat it has cured so many otneri who wero similarly afflicted. Givo it a trial. llitrUton'. Arnio ? Thebost salvo in tlio world for ruts, bruises, anros, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chapped hands,chilblain-, corns an.) nil skiu eruptions, and positively euros piles, or no pay required, it is guaranteed to givo iierioot >atisiaclionor moncv roiuude'l. l'ricc conts a bor. 1-or sale Uv I-ojan l)rug Co. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. | T1IK 6UPRKMK COUItr Will Uo RnlU vml Wfinii Hoi nblotrrr I* Coiifiruinii? Scantor ill 11 Kvpccted to Op* j pone Hi in. Wasuinoto.v, I). C., Dec. 1.?'Tho meeting of Congress will bo n relief to the tuffreino court of tho United Statoi if it li as to ti 9 the appointment of a successor lo the into Ju?liro Blatehford, as it is expected to do. There has been unusual lelsy in tliia appointment becauso the vacancy occurred during tho congressional races, ond then becnu<o the senile failed to conlirin tho nomination of Jud^o Horn blower after ho had been Appointed by the 1'resident. Thero aro several cases of importance, most of them involving constitutional questions. It is ex pec tod that Judge llornblowor will bo appointed again very soon after tho convention of congress. While his nomination failed ot conUrination, there were no charges against him, and if there was objection to him upon the part of tho senators, tho fact did not appear upon tho surface. Hence it is argued that for the President to fail to again tender tho ofDco to Judge Hornblowor would bo to voluntarily ca*t a reflection upon him. It would also bo unlike Mr. Cleveland to back .irttvM i/.nof <iq thor?? i4 n chnnco for success. So general id tiio belief that he will bo reappointed that no other name hag been mentioned for the place. When Mr. ilornblower is again appointed it will Boon becomo manifest wbother his failure to secure a report at the hands of the committeo on th?? judieiao* was accidental or designedly on the part of the committee. It was jrivon out during the extra session that the failuro of the committee totako lip the nomination was due to the fact that it wa< impossible to securo a full committee, but there was a belief prevalent and well founded that Home of the committoc were antagonistic to the appointment. With no business like the repeal bill pressing and consuming all the time of senators there wiil bo nothing to prevent inombors from attending the committee meetings, and the nomination will sooner or later in the session bo taken up and pa<*sod upon its morita. Senator ilill, who is a member of ilioaenute judiciary committee, is expected to ania^onize tho confirmation on account of differences between himsek and Mr. llornblower jrowin<; out of New York political complications. but tho judge's friends think tliat while tlioso who oppose him niav bo able to delay confirmation they will not succeed in defoatinc: ii'iiu with a lonj; session of tho senate before them | I *1 POllTAXT A It It ICS rs. Noted AnnrchitftrtThought to be Concerned 1 In tho Dynamite Outrange*. Valla do lid, Doc. 1.?Tho polico have j made two important arrests here which lire liable to throw further light upon reccnt dynamite bomb outrages. Tho person.1) arrested area noted anarchist loader namod Alonzo and a woman known as Josofa Grenardo. Tho lodgings of tho man and woman were searchod, and in them wero found many j important documents and list*) of the I names of tho anarchists connected with jr actual accomplices of persons onzaged in tho Barcelona outrages. The police also found in the lodgings of | these prisoners u quantity of explosives, together with a mass ot anarchist literature. The authorities are now actively ; jngaged in tracking tho porsons men- j Lion in tho lists discovered, and a num- ' her of arrests aro expected to follow hero and in tho vicinity of this city. A N OTA 111, i; FACT Alwjut thn of tlits Colored Ma:i in Kentucky tfiu tlint it Wus Puno inn I*e? | Mnnnor. TayloiwvA.lk, Kvm Dec. 1.? George | Armstrong, colored, was hanged here at r:23 o'clock this morning for the inurJer abou* a year ago of Kato Downs, a solorod girl with whom ho had boon intimaee. Trior to his execution Arwitrongsaid: "I murdered Kate, but she Hid tier brother would have killed me. She wanted mo to run oil with her ana leave my own wife thonight of the murier. I mot her and alio struck mo with a rock aud 1 then killod her with a iiammcr. I am willing to dio and trust lo the Lord to save me." Armstrong walked to the scaffold firmly and expressed the hope he would meet all the apeciators in heaven. The fall did not break his heck and the body lump for twenty-four minutes before U was cut down. Returned lo lVotuHtautlmn. London, Dec. 1.?Lady Evelyn Moreion, sister of the Earl of Ducie, whose i conversion to the Roman Catholic church created a stir ajfew years ago, has now, it is announced, returned to the Protestant church. Life I* Misery To many people who have tho taint of scrofula in their blood. Tho agonios caused by the dreadful running sores and other manifestations of this disenso aro beyond description. There is no other remedy equal to Hood's .Sarsa])aril!a for scrofuln, salt rheum and very form of biood disease. It is reasonably sure to benefit all who give it a fair trial. Hood's Pima cure all livor ills. 2 Krause's Headache Capsules, unlike many remedies, aro perfectly harmless, they contain no injurious substance; and will stop any kind of a headache; will prevent headaches caused by over indulgence in food or drink late at night. Price, 25 cent*, for sale by Alex. T. Youn-j. .John Klari, Wheeling, and Bowie it Co., Bridgeport, Ohio, drusgist*. gnuiuunauiuujnuiiiMwniii!i!iiiur.?;.j!iin]ijmuJunnL1ll2 The j Naked Eye w Can't dctcct the microbes of disease, | | and yet tlicy exist by the million, g I Thev permeate the system, pollute | | the blood and poison the vital ur^aus. | 5 Disease is the inevitable result. 1 RADAM'S i microbe killer i | destroys every specie of microbe end 3 5 cures every form of disease. It's the | g latest and greatest discovery of sci- | ? cnce. No matter what fohu of dis- | | case you are suffering with it will | | nay vou to investigate. A 50-page I y lxx>lcfof valuable information free. | I T&C Wm. Rsdara Mlcrobc Killer Co., 1 r 7 LaJglit St., A'cw loik Cll). * I/)(J AN DRUG CO, Amenta. I noll-nh.li Wheeling. W. Vo. | iin:::.Ju:Riuunitainiiui:?!tiiuiiiiuiu:m:i;ERnu:icini;]iiff History Repeats Itself! "I know of no wny of judging tho I future but by tho past." Tills remark was made by tho great| est of American orators, llis words were ringing, aud what ho said is true. Lot us sou: Tho Iihtorjr of tho lives of most men and women shows that they have some happiness, somo misery and much disappointment. It shows that tho majority of men and women break down during their lives, and that few, very fow, die of old ago. it shows that carolcssness and neglect have been tho causes of this break, ing down, and that care, watchfulness and intelligence prevent it. It showi that tho chief causoof breaking down is duo to6ouio form of kidnoy, liver or bladder trouble andto tho innumerable complaints common to women. Tho history of this country for the past ten years, however, shows that theao troubios can bo and aro being decreased, and that they can at all times be controlled. It shows that the means by which this may bo done is within tho reach of all, and thatjtjH n purely scientific I preparation indorsed by tho doctors ! and used universally. In fact no other than Warner's Safo Cure. If you wisb to judgo the future in your own life, If you doslro to part the voil which may separato you from tlio great unknown boforo you, If you are interested to know what your futuro lift* may be, whether health or happiness, sickness or misery, look at the past. You will seo that care and tho use of tho mlit romcdy has kept, has preserved, has eustained people, and that tho neglect of theso things has brought sickness and untimely death. If you are a wise man or woman, you will pouder over these things and Profit by Them. AMUSEMENTS. OPERAHIOUSE WEDNESDAYandTHURSDAY December C and 7, Ungateraent ot Miss Julia Marlowe, Under tho Management o( 3Ir. FrcdStlnaon. WEDNESDAY, as COX.STANCH, in Sheridan , LT ........Wo r<Ai>i..,lf THE IiOVE CHASE. THURSDAY, as JHIATltlCE, ia Shakespeare* most Brilliant Comedy, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Price*?Reserved Kent* in first two rows of I>rew Circle. SI V); reserved jcaijj for balunc-i of lonttr lloor. SI 0i>: reserved teats in balcony 75c; admission In balcony. .>0c. Sale of soat.s commences Monday, December 4, at C. A. House's music more. del Grand-opkra house?three nights and two mntinec*. co-.niucucing TlllTfcDAY MATINEE, NOVEMBER 30. JAJIFS I A A. GERMAN 12EIM.Y. I SOLDIER. Night prices. J'?. 25. 3*?, 50c. Holidny matiuoQ price* Mime as night. i-'eau on sale at the Grand box oUlrc. no-" Grand opera house,Monday, Tue'dav and Wednesday uud Wednesday M itinec. December -I, 5 uud 6, ATKINSON'S NEW PECK's ISA I) BOY, with and strongest specialties. Night I'ricos?15. 2.'". 35 and 50c. Mutlueu Prices?Heserved seat*. 'iOe: gallery. 15c. Reserved seats on .-ale nt il.c 'irnii'l hox oOif?. no EDUCATIONAL. How and Where Shall We Educate Our Sons & Daughters ? A handsomely illustrated announcement of two excellent schools, with an introductory essay on the above subject, that may be of inestimable , valne to you, can he had by addressing Til* lltOENTS, (jAMIIIKK, OlIIU. I de.'-TThd* Night School. Dx> Why don't you attend tho night siou*of the Wheeling Business College, Cor. Main and Twelfth Sts. ? Wrlllnjr. Spelling. Arithmetic, Eookkeepltiz. ' Shorthand. Tvpewritlug. etc. Coiufortnblo room*. careful personal Instruction and low price.v seSO COM:: AND 87JJ US. Mrs.If Stevens Hart's School for Young Ladies and Children, 1310 nml 1318 Market St., Wheeling, W.Vn. The Islnnd rnrs nud electric motors n??s tho dour. Third annual session begin* Mo.VlMY. ] SEPTEMBER lb. IS'/:, continue.! ihlrty-nlne wcck-s divided Into four term*. Tl?i> school i ??flers a romi'lete nud thorough education In ' Practical Kuglldi. Mathematics, English Classics, Latin and Modern Language. The school ron?Mta of I'riinary. Grammar, Academic nud College Preparatory departmoots. The methods nu?l cnurao of Instruction will compare f.ivolB&Iy with tho best aeciiuurioi In tho country. Hoys aro xvwlved in the Primary and first vear Grammar. For circular* or hitorvimv, apply to JI1IS. M. Sl'EVKSS MART, Principal, liosliloncc Xo. "27 Main St. W I I.I.I AMSTORT DICKK XS0 X SKMI.NAIIY. WHUamiport. ' I'.,. B fdxc*. Itcgulsr nud Elective rourses. Fits f.?r College Music, Art. Mcdern Lnn^uiw*. -|??c!iilI tle^ Mc?m heat, electric llcht. t'atnioguo free Open* dept. L E. J. 0 It AT. D. I>.. I'roaUlout. | :v. : You CANNOT KEEP HOUSE Well without cne of tho^e , - CREAM CITY FLOUR IIIXS ond Steves combined. 25,10 and 100 lbs. sixes. , GEORGE W. JOHNSON'S SONS', n >M l.'lQ Mnln >nvet. 189$. NEW FRUITS. 1893. ' FRK.WII PRUNES, CALIFORNIA PRION'S. 1 I Ci.r vNKll' t'ltlt \Nrs. MALA'J.V RAl-'IN^. 1 I ClTltu.Y LEMON and ORANGE PEEL, , KVAIMitATKI' APIliCOT.". PE ACli 1.8, I PEAKS and UASPllERRIKS. : ALBERT STOLZE A CO.. noi) . 1117 Market Street. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS T?OR BALK?ANTHRACITE COAL * or (ins Stove. CALDWELL, Dentist, ;;n Market Street. Ij^OI'KTII STUKBT M. E. CHURCH. ? Preaching Bun lay at 10:v.) n. m. a:; l :;jo p. in. by lie v. A. G. ltobb. Sunday M'hoo at 2 p. Ul. ;1-'J I* OST on STOLKN? A S5M A li -J poodle. Answer* to tho untne of Mt-ofce roturn to lOlti AllejrC, mid receive liboral reward. No nn??tlom a*kc-l. del* lpiksr ri:K>!;vrmiAN <*nri;< n7 .1? The pastor. Itcv. 1). A. Cunningham, ii. it will proacu at 10::w a. iu. mid 7p. in. -at/, bath School ut 'J a. in. Endeavor Society at 4, p. in. jio: THIRST UNITED PRKSBYTEUlAX JL1 CHURCH, n -v. J. T. McClurc. I) 1). t , or. llov. Mr. Harr will prcach morning and-wniuV hibboth School nt j>. in. Chrlstiau l u. 1 at 6:1.% j). in. All-are Invited. u.-j G1 LADES HOTEL, f OAKLAND, Ma MIIS. FANNY DAI LEY READ. Proprietor and former Manngnr ol the aV<or? well-known Hotel lias azaln assumed ooutrol and will, conduct It In tlrst dm* style. The patronage of the public Is respectfully ?oilclt t. Deckmpeii 1.1SQ.1 de i-juw QIIRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR I INT EUROPE. Our American line steamers from New Yuri to Southampton December 0,1:1 and .0. Tickets for talc at H. F. BEHRENS'. noSQ ~V! Market street. 1UW H'Aft'l Ricli Cut Glassware For the Tatl<\ or FINE ENGRAVED GLASSWARE for Wedding or Anivcrwry liifts, addres EWING BROS.. 110*25 lttlB Mnrket St.. Wht'ollr,'.;. W'.Xtj, gTEPHEN McOULLO.UGU, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, No. 92 Fiftocuth Strooi, Wheeling, \V. Va. ?tiT All Work Promptly Attended ta *n STERLING SILVERT We have hundreds and hundreds of Choice Little Articles in STERLING SILVER suitable for Christmas Presents. Prices almost as low as plated ones. Largest stock and sreat... U -< J - < est numDer or assigns in spoons and Forks of any housa in the State. X. Cr. IDXXjEjOW cte oo., Jowelers. 1223 Market St. "fob sale.. " Hc.il Estate oi? Ffteenth street that will pnr over lo |?crceut. Wo refer topropcrtr at No. .?> Fifteenth street. eonsistlti? of nn rl^ht-roomei i! welling itu?l doublo tenement in the r" ir. This property i* in (Irst-elivss condition. Thu location niuUo. It desirublo for cither rcsiUenee or Investment. Seven-roomed dwellingnt 120South Ilroa iimr. This is u good location and n ;;oo<1. eoinfortable, modern home, with all modem improvement*. Will gall at a hniriiinon a ?|iiick Mile. \\V iuvitenny on?? wautingn home logo undexamine this property. New six-roomed dwelling ou Lin-1 street, 51.100. New four-roomed house. Cherry street, ?W. To Let Lis;, seo J'egbtcr. Gr . O . SMITH, ilei 123 MARKET STKKKT. good! better!! best!!! There is no Preparation Equal to Either ROSE CREAM on? VIOLET CREAM, For Bough, Cracked or Chapped Skin J All Dealers sell it. Prepared by EC. LIST, del 1010 Mnin Street. Storage..?^ We arc prepare J to refrigcrato and Btoro Poultry and Gamo of all kinds. Also Apploft, G rapes,Cranberrie! and Celery. We havo dry stora^o for Housohold or BoxGooda of any kind. Your patronage respectfully so licitca. Wheeling Ice and Storage Co,, noSO 8334 WATKK STHKKT. J^IST OF LETTB1K I'csiainlnjrla tho PostofHce nt Whe?llntr Ohio c unity. W. V.... iraturd.iy, Deeeinb-rTo obtain nuy of tho 'ollowlug tho applicant mm; dale for advertised lettcra, giving unle ot list: LADIES' LIST. Brown, Mr?. Jnmos E. Ilincr.nnn, Miss Kebacio brown. Miss Bessie Morrison. Mi-* Maui Blnrkhnrt. Mrs, Suscu Mrere, Mrs. Will forilu. Mr*. S. Wieber, Mrs. Elsie Campbell, Miss M. P. Sadler. Mi*? Mnintnlo Fox. Mrs. ('utile Wiuslow, Mi? K?liih Ilowell, .Mrs. Elizabeth Warden. Mr- Kaio GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Ritorovok. Miko Maxwell. J. A. Ilrlg*s, J. F MeKnuiia, Patrick Brown. II. K, Smith. W. P. linker, Horace (dl) 8 peer. Cha? Huigbt. A. P. Thurston. II. M. Hurt, Wui. C. Wruti, C. It FIRM5. J. B. Cox & Bro. w. j. w. c >wd::n. p. m Fancy China. ?Do not miss looking at ojr Display of Fancy China and Cut Glassware, Now on Exhibition. Our stock will be added to from time to time. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO. ELKS MEMORIAE SERVICES, SL'XDAV, Becjmlwr 5. 2:30 p. in. CPET.A HOUSE. The PcoMc Are Cordially Invited. t. OVERTURE Adesto Fid?: ?* Prof. Sciiockey an ' ,.LnU3>srEix? OPENING OF LODGE. I PRAYER-Rov, II It. Svrnptr. 4 . L QUARTETTE. *0, Paradiw " Mr*. William*. Mr. Day, Mist FixsriL, Mr. Zl'LAt'K. i EIT1/)GY?Bro. Jo UN A. HOWARD, 1*. It i. H'H.O. "Ave Maria Mrs WtLLtAMK/Vloiin I'bllgato. Mr. M-ir ". El.'LOGY. "Our Order."?bro \V. II. Johnson, Zanosvillo, O., l.od?e No. lit I QUARTETTE. "KveiiliiR Prayer.' ' n >!m Mr* Wuxiams, Mr. Day, MIm FinnelU Mr. Zrr.?t;. >. ADDRESS ?Iter, tt. H.Cooke I) !>., Pastor Seeotul Prcvlirterinn < hureh. 10. QUARTET! i. " That I Had Wing Mo"ir?. 'ivy nud Gfvkr. 'P-iio" Me?vg. /.t'l-Ai'K aitil SlVKBNBV. B WOfc 11. VIOMNSOlM Reverie,?Mr. Srrn. li soLo. "Jesus. Thou Art 8t*pdiug " Mr. Zt LACr. x closing rnii lodge. It. CLOSING CVKKMONIliS. The audience will nha%o join in tli j Doxolfigy. CLOSING PIMLVKR.?Ker. \ U. R?r.n ll. l'u?;or Fourth Stioot M. L. Church.