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WHEELING, DECK3WEII fl, ISO4.
An Appeal Co Civilization.
According to tho information furnished
by the Turkish government to
its legation in Washington, tho Turks
in Armenia have mado a narrow escape
from annihilation. Instead of the
Turks turning; on the Armenians, torturing
and killing them, it was the Armenians
who set upon tho unoffending
and always gentlo Turks.
Tn t.iia liirht of this hicrhlv important
news it soems strange that tho Armenians,
onco they had a taste of Turkish
blood, did not overrun all Turkey, in
Europe and in Asia, and wipe from tho
map that empire of justice-loving souls.
The story sent to tho Turkish legation
in Washington is "a likely lie." There is
not an atom of probability in the whole
of it. Tho subjoct weak do not torture
and kill the dominant strong. Tho i
lamb does not attack tho wolf.
The story of tho inhuman treatment
of the Armenians?tho violation of their
women, ovon their girls of tender ago;
scalding and burning to death; dese- I
crating churches and slaughtering I
priests?nothing that is told is improb- j
able or inconsistent with the Turkish |
character as tho world knows it. Of
course Turkoy would lie about it, for I
the sultan and his advisers fear the |
aroused wrath of the civilized world. I
R>?* ?ho world knows whal i
has happened, and knows that it may |
all be repeated any day unless Turkey
bo taken promptly by the throat. The I
true atorv of tho Armenian horrors is
an appeal to civilization to assert itself |
nguinst barbarism. 13y concert ot action j
Turkov can bo forced to mako such
amends as can bo made for what has '
been done, and sho can bo compellod to I
pive such guarantees as shall afford
protection in tho future.
Those guarantees will bo given and I
probably carried out in good faith if
the sublimo porte bo mado to under !
stand that tho alternative is tho blot* i
ting out of Turkoy.
Mil Bland will have free coinage or
nothing, lio will got nothing; which is
as much as he got out of the recent
olcction.
Tho Tariff Throo Yoars Honco.
Some able and entertaining newspapers
think it worth while to discuss j
whether tho Republican party, whon it
gets into full control, will ro-enact tho
McKinley law. Koine think it will and <
some think it will not; and some of
thftm are trettins hot about it.
The Republican party cannot ho in '
full control until it shall huvo seated n
Republican president, which cannot be
before March 4, 1807. After that, un-1
leas an extra session be called, Congress
will not convene before December of
that year, so that three yoara must ;
pass before thorecan be any legislation
for which the Kepublicau party wilt bo
responsible.
To say that the Mclviuley law will
then bo re-enacted is to say thai somebody
is to-day wiso enough to know
that in tho judgement ol the Kopublican
party a law passod aeven years before
will be considered tho best that can
be done with tho tariff question. This
view may bo takon when the timo
comes, but it is hardly likoly to be.
When the Kepublicau party gooa
back to power it will endoavor to do
what is best for tho country, ll will go
in committed to protection, not to any
particular tarlflf hill. It will addross itself
to the situation as it shall bo at that
timo. Aa nobody knows now what that
mill Im tmhmlv i'in at. tliia
BllUUklu" <IIII ""I ""
time forotell what tho tar id' schodulos
will be.
Tho boat thing protectionists can do
in to do what thoy can to make euro
that the Republican party ahall have
tho making nf tariff bills and all other
legislative measuros after Mr. Clovolaud
goes out.
"Rradkr"?Korea is spelled with a K
and with a C. For aught wo know tho
people of tlip country may spoil it
with a J.
A New Tiling in Capital Punishment.
Under a new law tho punishment
for murder in Connecticut in involuntary
suicide. Tho idoa may bo difficult
to craap, but a condemned murderer
will do his best to understand it in
about ton days from now. I'nfortuuatoly
his oxperionco will be of littlo
use to the world, for if everything
i goeswoli ho will perish in tho attompt.
I It will bo suicide, becauio the man
W will take his own life. U will be In^
voluntary, becauso ho would ratbor not
do 11. The law, will set op the scaffold,
but a scaffold la not nerosarily an instrument
o( death. The culprit steps
on a platform, bia weight releases a
weight that springs a trap, and that
does the work of the hangman.
If the ingenious idea shall work out
satisfactorily in the atate of wooden
nutmegs and sawdost bams it may become
the vogue. To condemn a man to
suicide is so droll aa to take from the
gallows some of the horror with which
it is associated.
Certainly it will be more agreeable to
the friends of the departed to say that
he committed auicide than to be obliged
to confess with shame that be was
hanged.
Tiitr limn thn President's messaee is
| not pointed with evidences of his skill
as a Dbraae-maker. Ho does not seem
[ to have got down to the work with relish.
Perhaps he thinks it useless to
waste floe thinn on people who will not
I go hia way after all.
| The New Bank Note Scheme.
The administration seems determined
to find a way to take off the brakes and
bring the country back to state bank
I issues. Perhaps it is possible to guard
such issues bo as to give absolute security
to note-holders.
There is no question about the securj
ity afforded to holders of national bank
notes. That point is so woll settled
that if all the national banks in the
| country were to break in one day noI
body would feel in tho least uneasy, for
everybody would know that every one
I of the notes would be redeemed at face
I value.
Tho scheme now proposed will have
to be lookod into from every point of
I view and in all its features before it can
be accepted as an improvement over
tho present system.
! It is a question whether the New
I Jersey woman who was married nine
i times does or does not consider mar|
riago a failure. It may be that she
liked it so well that she was encouraged
to make a business of it; or it maybe
j that each venture was the triumph of
hope over experience.
Fako Publications in the Mails.
A considerable part of the postal deficiency
is caused by pouring in as second-class
mail mattor, that is to say as
newspapers and periodicals, publications
which cannot by any stretch of
imagination be brought under that
head.
The postmaster general recommends,
and the President strongly backs the
recommendation, that this abuse of the
mails bo no longer permitted. The difficulty
confronting the postoflice department
is to define just what publications
are entitled to postage at a cent a pound,
but Congress can roach tho point without
much trouble.
It is plain that a more advertising
scheme should not bo allowod a rate
granted to encourage the dissemination
of information of general public interost.
Captain Kolb, who claims to have
been twice olocted and twice counted
out as governor of Alabama, say a it is
his belief that "as the law allows tho
noi?rn the richt to vote ho should havo
his voto counted." Captain Kolb is not
a Republican, but he ia in opposition
to tho regular Democracy and he knows
where the shoo pinches. It will not be
very long bofore there will be a freo
ballot and a fair count in the cotton
states. The leaven is working.
Nowh Not n Feature.
A Paris newapapor just at hand has a
dispatch from London bringing news of
the war in tho oast. There aro fifteen
linos of the dispatch and not a word of
nows in it all. But thoro ia the wiso
opinion of somebody in London that tho
Japanese will not soon uudortako tho
capture of Port Arthur.
By this time, with Port Arthur in
Japanoso possesion, somebody must
havo changed hia mind. Tho foreign
nows of tho French proas is not its
strongoat feature. A country daily in
this land of tho freo would havo to havo
mora or die of neglect.
BREAKFAST BUDGET.
Tho most economical man in Massachusetts
it* nainod by the BoBton Trail*
script as living in Charlostown, where
"ho got an estimato from a sign paintor,
thou nailed two lock* on a board, told
tho painter to n<ld tho letters 'mith,'
and paid him half price."
\'? ?nnr? fitmnun none in to bo found
in tho long list of national air a than
"Rule Brittannia," yot thin had its origin
in a hour in an opora called "The
Mask of Alfred," composod by Arno,
now totally fcrfjotton.
It is proposed to iutroriuco a bill in
tho noxt loiriHlatnro of Indiana limiting
the number of saloons in tho state to
one for each 1,00.) inhabitants. Saloon
keepers aro organizing to provont its
passage.
Tho province of Quobcc, Canada, has
a wooden railroad thirty milos long
Tho rails are of maplo, four by sovon
inc.l\p3, and lumber trains are run over
tho road at a twonty-tivo-milo rato.
Tho dropping of a buckot in front of
.Mrs. Thomas IVIiliur last Sunday at
Masaillou, O., uavo her such a frieht
that sho becaino spGocliluad and lias
sinco romained so.
"Joanio Deans," by Mauiish McCunn,
a Scotch grand opora with a thoroughly
Scotch librotto by a Scotch composer,
has just been given at Edinburgh with
great success.
I Aennrilincr to ntnLiatie* authored from
tho Kngliah probate courts, .broworH'
forttnio.4in that couutry aro inado with
tho groato*t average rapidity, liankera
conio nox*.
Onoof tho heaviest snowfalls in tho
history of this country was February
10 to 24, 1714, when tho mow remained
Uvo to seven foot doep all ovor Now
England.
A McPherson county, Kaunas, woman
cot four loads of whoat for her own use
by claiming to bo bogging seed wheat
for droughl-strickou farinora of wostcrn
Kansas.
The wot tost place in tho world \?
Chormpungi, in Astmm, whore tho average
rainfall lor fiftoon years has boon
403 inchet. In 18(11 it was 1105.
Aftor twenty years litigation tho gov
eminent has paid the hoirs of Samuel
Strong the amount duo for work done
undor contract* with tho District of
Highest of all in Leavening Powe
ABSOLUT
Columbia. The original amount was
$28,000, but the interest has brought it ,
up to $54,280 83.
Paradoxical aa it may sound, there
are aeveral varieties offish that can not
swim. In every instance they are deep
aea dwellers.
?. F
PERSONAL POINTS. I
Joel Chandler Harris is said to be the 8
most diffident of living American authors?a
regular "Brer Rabbit" in shy- q
ness. Ho lives in a pleasant little cot- v
tage three miles from Atlanta in a grove of
sweet gum trees and pines. He novor J
goes into society or to the theatre, but t
linds content At his own hearth. p
Rev. Dr. Samuel II. Muchmoro of h
Philadelphia, is to give up activo pasto- 0
ral work on account of advancing years. C
Dr. Muchmoro i9 one of tho most influ- I,
ential Presbyterian clergymen in Phila- r
delphia. t p
Gen. Thomas If. Huger, who has succeeded
General Miles as commander of
the department of the Missouri, United s
State army, will inako his homo in Chicago
at tho Auditorium. rI
A wooden crown was recently sent to lEmperor
William by a certain llerr j,
Kckermann. who had worked on it for r
three months. The emperor accepted tl
it and sent him $7 50, n
In a recent lotter to frionds White- t
law Roid says that hi9 visit to the Mediterranean
has his health greatly. Ho
is at present at Monaco, S4
Mllo. Zelie do Lassan's chirosraphy is
peculiar. She writes in a large, free ti
hand, tho lettera ranging from a half c
inch to an inch in height. '
The American Bible Publication so- j
ciety will send to the emperor of China, n
?f Kia nurn rnnnnat. ft nrtnv of tllO 8Crip- r
tares. J
Carl Marr, of Milwaukee, has been
appointed a professor at the lioyal
Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. A
A LITTLE NONSENSE. ^
t
"What are you doing?" inquired 0
Haramerfeat, as he saw his frioud tip a f,
dry goods box on end and proceed to a
make a sketch of it. "Attending to u
business," replied hia friend, an archi- fo
tect "I'm engaged in making a design ?
for a now modern office building."? a
Chicago Record. li
"Queor," murmured tho Rev. Dr. t
Waggs, meditatively, "that a man wiio
knows as little about music as 1 do
Rhoukl bo instrumental in forming a -1
choral union." "Have you boon?"
"Yep: marriod the tenor of my choir to ji
thosoprano last night."?Buffalo Courier, a
First Sport?"And how did the foot
ball come out?" Second Sport?"Tho
Kufftera lost tiio camo 011 a foul." I
"How's that?" "Ono of their rnon J'
kicked the ball instead of kicking one g
of the fellows on tho other aide."?Bos- | t
Tf/iiuonn/ | C
w,? -1,*...^..^..
Mrs. (ioode?I am euro I know nothing
against Mr. Snyde. I havo always ?
considered liiin a God-fearing man.
Deacon Strate?Well, bo ought to bo. p
JIo has dono moro to bo afraid for
than any man 1 know.?Iioston Trail
script. o
Tommy?When I'm a man I'm going
to boa soldier. Mother?What, and bo
killod by tho enemy. Tommy?Oh, r
woll, tho'n, I guess l'il bo tho enouiy.? li
Yale llccord. a
Koportor? What bccamo of that last- fil
ing girl you used to have? Museum a
Manager?She's doinc six months in
jail for not paying hor board bill? J
While Plains Weekly. *
Cholly Chunapliosh?Yea; gloves aro {J
worn in bedntniyht to make the hand soft.
31isi CoId?u! ^-Indeed! I)o you
wear hiclttcaps, Mr. (Jhumploigh??
New York World.
Customer (in tho book store)?What
is the best book for Christina;)? Clork
(blandly)?I'ocketbook.? Delroii Free
Preiv, \
Some of tho men now "in tho hands
of their frionds" for city nominations in
Wheeling will find after tho primaries
that their friends were largely lofthanded.
Binks?Don't you think Miss Footlitos
has a divine form? Jinks?Yea;
but it is hard to diviuo what is real and
what is divine.
Slnnds for tho ileal Interests.
WcUibtirg Herald.
As a first class, reliable and clean
newspaper tho Whooling Ixtbli.igen'CBR
is to ho highly recommondod. It in i
ably edited and has always stood up for
the interests of West Virginia, and may '
bo depended upon to do its sharn in that
development of tho state which is sure
to como more rapidly now since she ha-)
thrown oil hoiiio of tho shackles that
have hold hor back. Tho Intki-moksckk
handles the news of tho day in first
class shape and is oppouod to sensational
journalism.
this tiii:Arm: hat.
Joel Jin I tou, in Tntih.
Her hnl .she look tvilhlu her hand,
Just mi iho seat before too;
Deliriously the act was pliiiiucd
Si iih to not ignore inc.
F know tho girl who care* for thoso
Who have n sent behind her
Musi have rare virtues lo disclose?
b'o Ju ray heart I twined her.
I cot what others lost nil dny,
The stage's perfect vision;
1 saw tho actors an.I the nlay,
And nil the scenes clystnn.
1 could have written in her prnWo
A string of sugared sonnets;
So few the girls at matinees
Who dare take oil' ihclr lion nets.
At last I sought, with fancy free,
Mr angel to discover; t
aim innuo ncr ki>u uui mmt.? iuu ?
A in I now I ii ni ln-r I.im r I (
THE OMWARD MARCH
of Consumption te ptopood short by Dr.
Moree's Uoldon ModtctU Discovery. If you
havrn't wnitod lx>yoiul rettson, llirreV milplot*
rorovory nna cure. In tboso scroful- !
ouh i-onditioiw of tho which invito
Gmsumption; in w?v??ro, linperiiiK Couftfis.
Anil Weak Lungs, this niodicine is n jjrtnrd
remedy. Mrs. Saiuii S. S?nbei>,
Of Clio, Iredell Co.,
fJV'.C\. writes: "My
daughter was first attnnkod
w Itb pik-uinonia
and nlctiriHy in
very bad fortn and
wiih then taken with a
very b:nl miiffli.whirh
kept prowinsr wors??
anil worso, until finally
tt scetnud iw though
clu' had eonHiiinption very
bad. Tho physicians
prcseritHil Cod
liver oil, but to no
lwncflt, 1 procured T
two bottles of Dr.
i'lrree'd (loldrn M<mU- |
u.qqif n qktm enl DIbcovi ry and slin ?
MtWM. n. sxm. grew hotter. t*ho "
hnsn'f felt any return of lunir dlfca-w* in ovrr ,,
twelvo months. Hho was nothing but tiHkcleton
\r)irii ?hn took tho Ural dotif, uud lu-duy
i akuweighs 105Duuoda*M , ...
r.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Baking
Powder
E1YPPRE
ELLIOTT WITIIDICAWa
wing to BuiIdbii Eucaceiueoli He Will
Not Re a I'Audtduto for iiergciiut'aU
pecuil DUpatrh to the Jntflliornrer.
Sutton, w. Va., Doc. 4.?c. D. Elliott,
resident of tho State republican-ea^'uo
of Clubs, ia au interview to-day,
aid:
"Owing to business matters which reuire
my personal attention tbe coming
rinter I withdraw from the field /or the
osition of serjeant-at-arms of the
iou?e of delegate*. I take this oppornnity
to thank the members eloct, tho
reas of the state and all friends who
lave so heartily supported me. No
no would better enjoy a stay in
Charleston during tho session of the
Hrifllaturo than myself, but owin^: to
easona above given it would bo ituoasiblo
for tuo to do so."
lleltl fur tin* <irmi?l .Jury.
pedal Dirjtatch to the JnttViqmccr.
Maktissbl'ru, W. Va., Dec. 4.?John
'hompson, who shot William K. Mc
weivoy, ot Urunswicic, :uu., ai inn piacc
i9t Thursday night, had >iis preliininay
hoaring before Justice J. S. Tremoiell
o-day and in default of bail waa relanded
to jail to await the action of
be grand jury.
New J'o?tui;i*(?*r?a
ptcial I)itpatc/i to the JnteUiamar.
Washington, D. 0., Doc. 4.?Poattnaaars
appointed: Dun ware, Pocahontas
ounty, B. F. McElwee, vice A. E.
tnith, reeigued; Flower Knob, Nichols
county, P. II. O'Dell, vice J. N. Wiaelan;
Frost, Pocahontas county, vice W.
I. Puzzard, vice II. F. llerold, reigned.
A Notnble rulntiiig.
. If. W. in Parkertburg Journal.
There it* a most interesting and valuale
oil painting in the residence of Mr.
ilkins. It is a full length oil portrait
f Gonoral W. T. Sherman, in full uni?
>rm, being the last portrait he sat for
nd ono of the very few showing him in
niform. It waa finished but a week
efore his death and Gonoral Sherman
at for the picture aa a mark of esteem
nd regard for Mr. Klkins. It ia lifeike
and possoiuea such historical value
lint it would bo a great prize anywhere.
In a Stalwart.
fortftdU Etamincr.
if WAH want, n f Imrnno'hl v Rflnnblinan
apor, with alF that the word implies,
ubacribe for the Intelligencer.
I'oor Dljwtlon
.ends to norvousness, frotfulness,
leovishnoBB, chronic dyspepsia and
rout misery. Hood's rfaraaparilla is
ho remod}*. It tones tho stomach,
reatcs an appetite, and gives a relish to
doiJ. It makes puro blood and ^ives
ealthy action to all tho organs of tho
odv. Tako Hood's for Hood's SarBa arilla
cures.
Hood's Pills become tho favorito
athartiu with every one who tries thetu.
5 c. _ 2
Mn. Ira P. W etmore, a prominent
eal estate azont of San Angelo, Texas,
as used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
nd Diarrluea Remedy in his family for
everal yean, as occasion required, and
lvvavs with porfoct succops. lie says:
1 find it a perfect euro for our baby
.-lien troubled with colic or dysentery,
now feel that my outfit is not compete
without a bottle of this remedy at
iQine or on a trin awav from home."
WJf'-S
SAD COMPLEXIONS
Dark, yellow, oily, mothy skin, pimples,
blarkjicatta, rouphntvw, redness,
dry, thin, and faUiiiRhair,and Himplo
baby blemishes prevented aud cured
by tbo celebrated
u VEgr^gra t&aa
The niofltcftoctlvOBkin purifying and ^
beautifying oonp in tho world, as
well aa purest and Bweetent for toilet,
bath. and nursery. It is bo bccauno
it strike* at tho caran of most coin,
plexlonal disfigurations, viz.: tho
CI/KlrtKn, IXFLAMKD, IRWTATKK,
ovKitwoKKnn, or sluggish 1'OIIC.
Fold throuRhout the world. Potter Dnro A*n
Diikm. <'(mr.,i?oliM>ropri?,tors, Himton. "All
buut tho Ulood ,bUln, Fcalp, and llulrmailed fi??.
I ALL J
J COMMERCIAL-ALLIANCE #
{ Policy Holders {
' AND AGENTS '
/ T? AnnttKM K." f
A Hot 523 Pittsburgh, Pa.# d
. in order to learn Komi'thing of import- \
f mice to them. m
oiil-WAS
IUE AKK SOLK .\(?KXTS
\ V IN THIS VICINITY FOlt
lie Celebrated J. E. Pepper 5 Co. Whisky
toftideftuo carry In hloeU nt nil tlino-such hrandi
sold Ft. ll?Mirv, IhoiKherty. nvcrholt. Finch,
ilbion mill (iiiRkoiihcimor, anil any other coodi
f lllU class uttiklly carri<*d by firnl*?;lH?s Ihuimu.
SCHAEFER &. DH1EHORST,
ocIj ll.'b Main street.
SHOES-ALEXANDER.
A Few
Crumbs?*Of
comfort may be gathered
here and there, but if you
want
A Whole
LoaL-^.
Of satisfaction, wear Alexander's
Shoes. He FITS you.
Some shoesdon't "break-in"
until they "break out." If
by chance you get such shoes
from us we'll thank you to
bring 'em back.
Alexander,
Shoe Seller, 1049 Main Street
te?"Plonty of Piano ticket! left?one
with ovory dollar.
QUEENSWARE.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO SELECT YOUR
Holiday
Goods !
A FIXE LI.N't OF
Cut Glass,
Banquet Lamps,
Fancy China,
/-\ x _
urnamenis
Of all description. Also a largo
assortment of
Dinner and
Chamber Sets.
Everybody wants to see our
stock before buying elsewhere.
jounsr ^
FRIEDEL t CO.,
1119 MAIS STREET.
AM US EM ENTS.
OPERA HOUSE
Wednesday Evening, Dec. 5.
ROSENQUEST AND ARTHUR'S
Circnt Production of tho Knorraously Successful
Comedy Drama,
"BLUE + JEHNS I"
A Brilliant Company. The "Rising San Roarers."
Bull and Barbecue. MUl Soagstere and
tbc Sensational Saw-Mill Sccno.
Rcserred seats 81 (X). Admission 50 and 7.5c.
Scuts on wile at C. A. House'# music store Mon(lav.
Decern bor.'l no30
OFEJH-ua. HOUS 0E3
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7.
Fourth Consecutive Season. Tho"Blg" Event of
the SeuM>n. The Phcnomonal Success,
Pima* P VanPA'c ?riglnal and greatest of all
LIIllcr L. idllCo 0 lUilroad Comedy Dramau,
THE LIMITED MAIL
With the Wonderful BEATRICE, the ono Supreme
Novelty ot n Decada Crowded with Exciting
IneidontH. Overflowing with Surprises.
Bubbling Over with Merriment
Reserved sent* 5103. Admission ' 0 and 75c.
Scats on sale at C. A. House's music store, sale to
commence Wednesday. December 5. del
GRAND OPERA HOUSE"
Thursday. Friday and Saturday Evenings and
Saturday Matinee, December 6,7, h.
1,000th to 1.004th performance of the original of
all Railroad i'lays,
The Danger Signal I
Introducing MR. PAULL DRESSER,
nnn The Lifelike Railroad Scenes.
VMM The Gcnulno Full-Sized Monster
U Ijlj Locomotive. Constructed by Steel. Propolled
by Steam.
M Great Rotary Snow Plow and Cannon
Ball VcMtlbuled Twin, consisting of a
Full-Sired Locomotivo, Tender and
Three Coaches.
Panel Prices. de3
OFEHA HOUSE
SATURDAY, Dec. 8. |
Tlao Gront IPowoll 2
lu a Brilliant Scries of NKCIIOMANCY and the
Acme of All Wonderful Illuslous.
44!\hft " A Beautiful I.ady apparently burned
"Bo, to ashes iu full view of tho audience.
"Mnah'c Arlr " ,a which over loo birds and
flUau o full, animals aro used.
' RUSSIAN TRANSIT"?Cabinet of Phantoms
and 40 other Novelties.
Night PricesR?*orvedscats,5100; admission,
50 and "oc. Matinee PricesReserved sent*. 7.*?c;
admission. 25 mid .ri0c. Seats on salo at C. A.
IMunu'm music ?u>rc, sale to commence Thursday,
Dei'emher^ del
G" HAND OPKRA HOUSE.
MONDAY. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
evening* and WEDNESDaS* MATINEE, December
4 and SAIHK HA.SSON,
Presenting Fred S. (ilbb's Immensely Funny
Four-Act Comedy Drama,
-A Kontuoliy Girl!-|
Night prices?15, % and 50c. Matinee prlccs
? 1_ iunl :C-p. um."1
PLUMBING, ETC.
TRIMBLE & LUTZ,
SUPPLY HOUSE.
Plumbing: and (ins I'Htliig-,
Steam and Hot Wutor 11001111?.
A Full Line of tlio Colcbrittod
SNOW STEAM PUMPS
Kept Constantly on Hand.
HOP ISfr? KIWKKT STltKKT. WIIHRLIXfi.
Hotica to Natural Gas Consamers!
Tho HIHIIKKI* C\U?KIFIC NATURAL OAS
nt'llM It |s tIn*oiiiv Imruor on iho mnrkoi that
is KnHtimnH*! lo Hixa Mnrim'acti<>u. lto not deceive!
In nc?Hj|?tlnir mi'ut ah uooo'' vrltU no
guariinttu. Holrlouiybr
GEO. 111BBKRD & SON',
mr?l 1311 Market StrwU
nXi a m 11 a fa-: & son.
Practical Plumbers,
(jAS AND STKAM FITTfittS.
No. 38 Tweltth Stroot,
All Work Doutt Promptly ut Kc*sounlil? i'/ioai.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
La sora?thkrkxowm.:), ,vy
8Y l'almi?t. bv amvod .
a? ?n open boot tiatMaetlon ^ . *
Main nrwl
PRIVATK MATKHXITYTTiM i . 7
ladlr* ttetoro au 1 durin;
Thirty year*" experience. F--r 'c
Lock ?v>x 6::. Whrvhna. w. v.. "5
ADAM EVERETT >?
??CAN'Mn&TC
Wharf Master,
Subject to Republican frioaric*
Your Yolo and .support Rf?|>r, i r?jj, ?ft
UCIUKI.
J^OTICE. "
Beinj; charged with a violation of th?
law*. I ask the public to withhold ju lgneat t>
the prcieat, and obligo
KI). RTTZtR.
Dbtkmber 4.18H
JJOYAL STOVE POLISH.
No dirt, no dual, no odor, product* an ev .
aniflaiting poliah with vorjrlttt> i?t?.>r tl u*?*' I
keeper* will tlud tho Royal Un ,
best Stovo Polish on tho inx:?t u i?, i
warranted.
Aak jour dealer for It.
pi; :?!l . ,,
| P028-WA* Wh". :U \\ v?
jyjA60NlC FUNEKAL NoTIfl..~^
Member* of NeUou I-od*e \0 "J. \ r j ^
M., arc requwted to turot a', their .. n
on Wednraday, Docomber 5, at l p. m.
attoiid tho fnnoral of oitrdecwuol , l v.
Warncke. Members of sinter M^os i?v :
de4 it c. dai:k \h. n y
Hix SANDS,
Member Atnrrioin rn?tU<m
Electrical Engineers.
Electrical Engineer and Coairactar,
TKABOUY BUILDING. WHIT! Is
Electric Lijjht, I'owcr, Railway, MialoiMaf
Steam 1'lautK
Dealer in Electrical Supple mr.s y *?
NEW 1 GRENOBLE W A LN IT.-,
Kir trq i | TARRAGONA AI.MONDS,
I\U I O I I NAp[jES Sfjl.liVHTS.
CROP , TEXAS PKCAVS,
OF '94. J BRAZIL .VUTS. ,r
H. F. BEHRENfV
do3 2317 Markrtsthvi
JJAV1-: YOU TRIED OUK
"Witch Hazel Skin Soup;"
It will mako your nkinaoft and *i?lv?iy *r,f
prcTcnU chaps. IO cents per cake, or 0:1. bu;
three raJtOJi, 25 Cftntt at
GOETZE'S PHARMACY
Makkict and Tttrirnt .-rr.KRr* n<..~
{ fyJOTICE THE ?r J
New Dinner Ware
?Shown in our Window!?
ewino nnoa.,;
^ 1215 Market Street. t
-yyOOD AND SLATE MANTELS.
TILE HEARTHS.
Marble ami Tfle Flooring n Specialty.
QREEN B. JEFFERSON.
dq27 17 Eleventh Strrrt. Wheeling
SEALKD PROPOSALS WILLBKKE.
celved at the ofttcc of tbeundrrsicnrd until
Saturday. December 22, for the bulldinc o't
new paaaenjeor station In the city of Wheeling.
W. Vu. The building will bo ulxtr tot Ions ?ni
forty-three foot wide, two atorios high on the
track tide and ono story biuh on Water *tn?-t;
bttilt of brick upon atone foundation ; cumo!
with alate roof, and have platform* anil train
sheda attached. Plana and h|*c:flrntlon? can b*
aeon at the otflco of tbo undortlgn&l. Therlqni
is rcacrvod to rcjoct any or all bid.-.
M. J. BECKER,
Chief Engineer P., C? C. & St. L. Rj. Co.. lira*
burgh, Pa. d-M
GIVEN AWAY!?
Fine Mechanical Toy!
One of the finest ever seen
in Wheeling. Now on Exhibition
at
CARLE BROS'.,
dc3 1308 Market Street.
PINE'
FUR
Capes.
The cream of the stock of
two large New York Furriers
on sale for
TEN + DHYS,
This is the best opportu- I
nity offered to the public this I
season to obtain a nice Cape I
at a low figure.
isioWftl
NERVOUS
PROSTRATION,
(rmcRABTiircsiA) i
INSOMNIA,
NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA,
MELANCHOLIA |
and the thousand ills THAT
follow a deranged
condition or the
NERVOUS SYSTEM
ARC CUBED BY cerebrine!
tmt citract of the brain o' ?1'
prepared under the formula 0'
Dr. WILLIAM A. HAMMOND,
IN HIS LABORATORY AT WASHINGTON. 0 &
dose, e dhops.
Price, per Phial or 2 Drachms. $2-80,
COLUMBIA CHEMICAL CO.
WASHINGTON. D. C. ,<
BIND rOR BOOK.
l.ogsu Drug Comnsuy. Aqcuta lor V>
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