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WHKKMNO, DKCKMIIKIt 7, 1804.
To Protect Life.
It may woll be that the ordinance defining
the powers of the health officer
could bo improved. The health officer
is of this opinion. In cases of diphtheria,
for example, we understand it to
be his opinion that ho is not empowered
to act, cannot prevent persons froin
going in and out of a house in which
there is such a case, cannot require a
yellow ling to be raised to indicate tho
presence of dangerous diseaso.
f l,?* asca ha mav do ti\QflQ
things whoro there is small-pox, varioloid,
Asiatic cholera, or other formidable
contagious disease. Diphtheria is ono
of the most formidablo of diseases?in
this day much more to be dreaded than
small-pox?and it is easily communicated.
Since any action of the health officor
in such a matter would be in the public
interest and within the scope of the
ordinance as council seems to have in
tended, in any case of diphtheria he
should tako all precautions that he
would foel authorized to take in any of
thediseasos specifically named.
It is not likely that anybody will dispute
authority oxercised for so good a
purpose, and if that were to happen it
would bring the matter to a test.
After all the health officer should not
be made to carry the whole burden
of protecting the lives of the people.
He should have the cordial co-operation
of everybody. Where there is a case of
diphtheria or other dangerous disease
the family should voluntarily nut otu a
yellow flag to give duo notice that it is
Aot safe to visit the promises, should
have as little communication as possible
with the community, and take overy
other precaution that an intelligent
physician will suggost.
Above all, in the case of death the interment
should be speedy and all the
funeral ceremonieB strictly private. All
fabrics that might commuuicate the disease
should be burned and the premises
thoroughly diainfectod by fumigation
and otherwise. There is no occasion
for a scare about diphtheria, but thero
is great occasion for every precaution^
Human life is too precious not to be
protected in overy possible way.
Do the President and the sugar trust
speak now as they pass by? This is
worth knowing so that we may understand
bettor some passing things.
liitcrcRtiiig lloports oil Hawaii.
An a result of Admiral Walker's visit
to Hawaii two reports are in possession
of the administration. Ono is to the
President and one to the secretary of
the navy. It is bolioved that thoso .reports
are important. Especially it is
thought that tho admiral shows that
Mr. Blount did not represent corroctly
the conditions existing at toe time the
new government was set up or the seutitnont
prevailing in tho islands with
regard to tho new government and tho
old. ,
It is furthermore believed that tho
' admiral regards annexation as desirable
from tho point of view of the United
States. So much has been said about
these roporti that it ia worth while to
give the people of this country access
to them. Senator Lodge asks the senate
to demand of the secretary ot the
navy such reports or letters ai he may
have from Admiral Walker. If the resolution
pass thodocumeuts will bo produced.
There Boems to be sotno roason why
the administration prefora to keep thom
In tho dark. It has not desired to mako
public anything that would discredit itn
own policy towards Hawaii; Out that
policy is discredited by tho whole in-i.i
?.
cluuiifc*
If Corbett'a manager paid tho police
$250 not to intorforo with tho performance,
ho has no roason to complain of
iho price. It wa? low enough (or what
he got.
It Will Comn Out All night.
Our Democratic friends ueo^l not
worry thoraielves si 2 k ovor tho coming
scramble for tlio honors and omolumonts
whfcli tho legislature has to bestow.
Beyond doubt nothing will go a-boi!ging.
Thoro will bo at least one man roady to
accopt oach place. tiinco only ono man
can got each place there will he somo
disappointments, but thoy will not bo
grontur than wo have noon when all tho
aspiranta wore Domocrats.
When the good things shall havo
been distributed and tho disappointed
A lelt lawontinir it may look an though
A the Uopublican party in .Vest Virginia
L *
if going to piceM, bat tbia will be * delusion.
In d?y or so everybody will
get over bis disappointment, and lb*
Republican party will bo io good condition.
If the Republican legislature will do
<11 itcan for tbo people of West Virginia
in tbe forty-five days it hu to live, the
party will atand well with tbe people
and be in good ahape to bare other
reaponsibilitiea laid upon it.
Coxgkqs may at well allow the railroads
to pool, for they pool withoat regard
to Congress and there ia no valid
objection to a fair pooling arrangement.
Selecting a College for the Hoy.
A mother, who i> alao a widow, writea
to a western newapaper to know whether
there ia a college that has no foot
ball team. Her aon ia ready for college
and ia atudiously disposed. She would
like him to enter an institution where
this disposition may be encouraged.
bhe baa been watching the newspapers,
and with regard to the colleges all
she hears of is foot ball, broken collarbones,
arms and legs, cracked noses,
and more of the same, bhe does not
hear of college lectures, progress in the
arts, sciences or letters.
This mother, who has the impression
that colleges havo ruu to foot ball, will
probably bo told that the best foot ball
players are the best students in their
respective colleges, but she will probably
rofuse to believo this, and she will
be right.
There is no reason why young men
who becomo sufficiently expert in foot
ball to represent their college in a fight
with the team of another college shall
be the best students, and there is some
reason why they should not be. Every
Htudont should take sufficient exercise
to keep in health, but time devoted to
sports beyond that point is time taken
from the study hours.
It may be possible to single out a
bright man here and there ami compare
"ir an Krio>ht tn thn fid.
IJliU VfiVU VUO Mwa uw " B -} ?
vantage of the foot ball playor on the
collego team, but tbo geueral Average
fairly ascertained would show something
olso.
When more parents follow the example
of this intelligent mother and
eoek for their tons college a in which
foot ball 1h not thochiof attraction, the
collages will bogin to see the point, and
they will come down.
Now that Mr. Cleveland has a sentry
box on the white house grounds he will
not havo to go away from home for a
little duck shooting. Tho new structuro
is aaid to be very imposing.
Voting Mude Easy.
Voting is made easy in tho weatern
counties of North Carolina, if a remarkable
atatemout from that region may bo
( believed. Voters who find it inconvenient
to go to the polls mail their tickets
to the election officers and they are defn/l
in flm Uallrtf hnr In l.lin rnrnnt
olectioa a man diod alter mailiog bia
ticket and beforo it could bo put m tho
! ballot box, but he voted nevertheless.
Not having at hand the North CaroI
Una election law it ia impossible to render
a judicial opinion on this way of
voting; but bo tho law as it may, it is a
I wonder that Tammany did not think of
this way of doing in tho last election.
Tammany has a good many members in
the penitentiary who might have mailed
their ballots.
Representative Ueako, of Missouri,
chairman of the District of Columbia
committee, has appointed his brother
secretary of the committee. The pay ii
$2,250 a year, and tho brother will liavo
the job for a year. lie will have very
little to do. Tho committee's work for
tiiis sassion is about finished. The next
aosaion will begin next December. Is
this appointment in the strict and undeviatingline
of civil service reform?
If Captain IColb does not quickly become
quiet and tamo Colonel Oates,
who probably was nut elected governor
of Alabama, will make him feel tho
torrora of tho law. The law and a plurality
of tho votes cast have no terror
for Colonel Oates. He is a straight-out
Democrat, and to his kind belongs control
of the stato of Alabama. It will
not be so always.
If the Democrats desire to act on the
Praiiilant'a smrcestion and remove all
tlio advantage tho sugar trust has undor
the now tariff. Senator Qnnv gives
tliora tiio opDortunity. They havo only
to fall in with his suggestion and tho
tiling will be done. But the thing will
not be done. Tho sugar trust ia too
atrong.
| Tub way to doal witii the sugar trusts
is to put sugar on tho freo liet and
reetoro tho bounty to producers. That.
is also a good way to deal with tho people.
It is tho Republican way.
1 John Burks is not woll pleased with
this country. If he will remain with us
for a tew days ho inny liko it bottcr and
have matorial for a book.
| 31ns. Mary Klizauetii LkahkwUI leave
Kansas and become a California farinor.
Siator Lease should bo able to raise lots
I of Cain on any soil.
l'hunh mi;i;iixg.
I A limine** Meeting of tlie West Virginia
FMltorlnl A**oclut Ioii.
An adjournod mooting of tlio West
| Virginia Kditori.il Association for bmi|
no?a purposos only was field in PnrkorsI
burn on Wednesday. The attendance
! was not largo but was roprosontntivo.
l'roiidont Stuart F. Hood, of tlio CIarkn*
burg Tologram, was in tho chair and
Jamos F. Thompson, of tho Marti nsburg
World, was tocrotary. Tho following
businoss was transacted:
Tho ruins wore susponded and the
oxocutivn committee wa< authorized to
lix tho time of the nuxt annual mooting
i at Olarkalmrir.
Pelegitfoi lo tho National Kditorial
Association woro eloctod as follows: J.
I .V. Drown, J. K. llnll and J. K Thompson.
AI tor nates, C. L. Smith, it. 11.
ilarrison and II. I* Snyder.
Thocoininittoo on legislation, through
Mr. Thompson, roporied progress and
was continuod.
\Ji j.
Highest of all in Leavening Powi
ABSOLUT
BREAKFAST BUDGET. |
The bodies of Greeks, when not I
burned, were olaced in earthenware I
coffins and buried in tombs alone the
highways. An occaiion&t exception was
made in favor oi distinguished men,
who were sometimes buried in the foruma?of
the towns.
In the valedictory of the Newark (X.
J.) Morning Times?which suipended
last week, Thomas C. Barr obiervea that
all he has to show for his investment
of $200,000 are copies oi the first and
last issues, which ho will preserve as
mementoes.
Wiley Sitton, of Teloga, Ga., killed a
hawk a week ago that measured four
feet seven inches from tip to tin of
wines. He waa a monster of his kind,
and after having his wing broken by
the first shot, fought viciously until
killed.
Feter Ileesch, of Hall county, Xob.,
raisod thirty-six tons of sugar beets on
an acre and a halt. At So per ton this
is $180, or $1L'0 per acre. The largest
beet weighed thirteen pounds.
Edgar Isbell, one of a party of excursionists
to the Chicago drainaee canal,
wa* killed by a bowlder thrown into the
air bv dvnamite for their amusement.
The steam whistle, or rather its par*
ent, the stoarn trumpet, >vas first dovised
in Leicestershire, and first mado
by a local musical instrument maker.
Shaving tho beard and hair as a eiga
of mourning wa< common among almost
all nations, and is even now practiced
iu several parts of tho world.
Tho overproduction of cotton and the
consequent decline in price will reduce
the revenues of Texas planters this year
from SS0.000.000 to $10,000,000.
The Protestant Ministers' Association
of Milwaukeo will appear before the
coining Wisconsin legislature with a bill
to tax all church property.
Tho painting of the catacombs of
Thobei is so well dono that after a
lapse of 4,000 years the colors are as
bright as when first laid on.
Bobbing graves is the only crime
under Chiuoso law for which the thief
may bo justly killed on tho spot by
anyone finding him out.
K. C. Flower, ex-preacher and Christian
scientist, is in jail in Chicago on a
charge of obtaining $45,000 by false proteoses.
Tlio eldest national Hag in the world
is that of Denmark, which has been in
use since tho year 1219.
JQKELETS.
Husband?-Why do you scold tho
butcher? It isn't his fault that the
moat comes to tho table all dried up.
Scold the cook. Wife?I don't dare to;
but Ira in Hopes mat 111 kbod on ecoio*
ins the butcher, he'll got mad and come
around and scold the cook.?New York
Weekly.
Country Minister?Thero was a
stranger in church this morning. Wife
? Whatdid he look like? Minister?!
did not see biui Wife?Then how did
you know there was a stranger iti the
congregation? Minister I found a dollar
bill in the collection.?Truth,
"I don't see why people come hero
for their health," growled Barker. "It
strikes me a* boing very unhealthy."
"It is now," said the landlord. "So
many people have come hero lor health
and not it that our supply ha9 been exhausted."?Harped*
Bazaar.
Employment Agent?What was the
matter with your last place? Domestic
?Tho missus was too particular. "In
what way?" "She wouldn't let me lock
th' baby in th' foldin' bed w'eu I had
company."?New York Weekly.
Treeton?Now, jes' look at thet sign,
'Don't blow out tho giv?.' Hayrick?
What doea it mean? Treeton?Thoy
probably want ua to call a boy to do it,
ao they can charge fifty cents more on
our bill.?Kale Field's Washington.
Mr. Ili?h(li?Where is that "Book of
Ktiquettound Complete Letter Writer?"
.Mrs. II.?What do you want of it? Mr.
II.?I want to write to tho grocer to
toll him I can't pay him .?New York
Weekly.
"Smith ig looking very low spirited.
Has there been any troubfo in tho family?"
Dubba?Yea; a rich uncle haa
just recovered from a serious illness.?
Inter Omm.
Visitor?Have you any watch doss
hero? Johnny Suburb?Xo'iii, but
we've cot some alarm clock roosters.?
lCxchange.
SI III In tli" liimlucHN,
Ohio Valley Seiv*. Martin'* Jerry. O.
It would l>e useless for us to say a
woru III pruiau Ml IHO 1.MIMII.IIIH." r.?,
its nnnio ami famo are known all over
thits part of the Ohio vallov. In the
days when treason triod to disrupt the
(rovernmenfc tlio Ixteiaigencbk stood
like n atone wall in defenoo of tlio government
founded by the fathers, and it
is still in tlio tuiHiiiuhh of maintaining
the old ship of state. Long may alio
live.
Hinging X?l?u*
In the ears, sometime.* a roaring, buzzing
sound, ar? caused by catarrh, that
exceedingly disagreeable and very common
disease. Loss of Hinoll or hearing
also result from catarrh. Ilood'a ?Sarsaparilla,
tlio groat blood pnrilior, is a
neculiaily snqcessfnl remedy for this
diaonso, which it cures by purifying
the blood.
Uood'm Pima are tho beat nftor dinner
pill.*4v assist digestion, prevent conatipat
ion. -1
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ELY PURE
personal points.
_Rev. Dr. David H. Urear, ot New
Yrtrlf Kan t.n..n finnointml tho l.vman
Beecher lecturer at Yale Theological
Seminary, in place d Rev. Dr. Henry
Van Dyke, who was originally chosen,
but who finds himself unable to sorvo
on account ol illness.
Probably the most famous jewel
known to New York society is the stomacher
presented as a bridal sift to Mrs.
John Jacob Astor by her husband. It
contains ono hundred und fifty stones,
each stone tho size of n pea, and cost
$5,000,000.
Henry Irving is decidedly popular in
Ireland. For his recent Dublin engagement
a man was made to buy seats at
the box office, which resulted in a scrimmage
of approved American foot ball
pattern.
Moaes Coit Tvler has written n work
on Bishop Berkeley. Timothy Dwight
and Joel Barlow, which the Messrs. Putnam
will issue with the title, "Three
Men of Letters."
It ia stated that Thomas A. Edison
has already expended noarly $1,000,000
in his experiment* to find a commercial
method of reducing low grade ores by
electricity.
Holbien's la9t descendant waa recently
arrested at Aussig, in .Bohemia, and imprisoned
as a vairaboud. He claimed he
was an artist, a photographer.
llot'fvnter pipe? have bt?on put into
the podb's aoartments in tho Vatican, as
his doctors insist on liis being kept in
an evon temperature.
There are only three Englishmen lecturing
in Amorica this season?Conan
Doyle, Dean Hole and David Christie
Murray.
Brank Bowman, who died in Brooklyn
last week, was famous as a coin
collector. He left a collection valued at
$10,000.
Sir William Robinson, governor of
Westorn Australia, has writton a grand
opera called "Predatores."
In Germany the works of Sir W-altor
Scott are used as a school toxt-book.
Mttnificaut Gifts.
Parkirnliurg Journal
It is understood that Mr. Klkins somo
time ago o tie rod tho Baptists of tho
atato $25,000 and all tho land they neoded
if they would establish a coliege at
Elkina. It is also understood that exSenator
Davi9 has supplemented that
ofler with $15,000 more. The Baptists
will loso a golden opportunity if thev
fail to act, for other denominations will
D6 i?iaa 10 fliep inio ineir piuco.
The memorinl Presbyterian church
being built at Elkina by ox-Sonator
Davis in honor of his mother, is of
atone, and of the moat beautiful architecture.
It will have a large auditorium
and a tine Sunday school room, and will
be one of the host church edifices in the
atato.
Ii'.
Oh. If thy world were mine, love,
I'?l give Me world for thee!
Ala*, there is no siKU. love.
Of thai coulltiRcnrv.
Were I a king?which Isn't
To he considered now?
A diadem had Klluteiiod
UiMiu thy lowly brow.
Had fame with laurels crowned me?
She hasn't up to date?
Nor time nor change had fotind me
To love and thee higrate.
If Death throw down his Rflue, Jove,
Though life is dear to me.
I'll die. e'en of old age. love,
To win auntie from thee.
Hut, being poor, we part. dear.
And love, sweet love, must die?
Thou wilt not break my heart, dear,
Sit man* I think. kIihII I.
James-iKrntKv i:o. nr.
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take, unci their
tion and effects are so natural.
Dullness, drowsiness, weariness, loss of appetite,
furred tongue, frequent headaches
with or without dizziness, chilly sensations,
ami occasional nuunen show you that you
need Dr. Pierce's Pellets. That is Biliousness.'
And in Biliousness, as well as everr
disorder of tho stomach and bowels, they'll
give you a lasting cure.
PIERCE.S.CUBE.
Too well known to need lengthy advertisement?Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
REPUBLICAN
Suggestion Meetings nnil Primary
Election!
In compliance with tho notion of the "City
Republican Kxecutive Committee." notice Is
hereby given that suggestion meetings fur the
purpose of suggesting Republican candidates
for First and Second Branches of Council and
Executive Committeemen, will ho held Satur*
day evoitltiK. December 8, 18'J4. at 7:30 p. m., at
the following place*:
First Ward?Vigilant Engine Home.
Second Want?Market llall.
Third Ward?Rcpublleau flub Room, Odd
Fellows' Hall.
Fourth Ward?Pollco Court Itoom.
Fifth Wnrd?Corner Main and Twenty-Ant
street*.
Sixth Ward?Republican Club Room.
Seventh Ward-Hone Hnu*e.
Eighth Ward?Republican Club Room*.
THE PRIMARY ELECTION.
On December!'?. 1891, between the hours or 1
and 7 o'clock p. ni.. voting places for the purpose
ot placing In nomination Republican candidate*
for the ofllcc* of Mayor, Chief of Police,
CUy Clerk, Wharf Master, City Council and Executive
Committeemen, will bu established in
the different wards ax follows:
Flint Ward?Vigilant Engine Ifou?e.
Feeond Ward?Market Hall.
Third Ward?Police Court Coo in.
Fourlh Ward?Atlantic Engine Home.
Sixth \Vnni? Kopuhlicnti Club Koom.
Povonth Ward?ifoae House.
KIkIiiIi War?l- Ofllw of Jof. A. Arkle and f^tore
Kootn of I>nvt<* tlnlme.
CITY UEITlll.HWN KX KCl'TI VK COM MITTBEL
IticiuitD Kuiikktson, Cbiilrman.
A. ('. Davk Sccrotarjr. ?lrO
41-JOB + IniORKK*
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AT THE INTtXMUEXCEIt JOU KOOMi
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4 Patent OnATJC! T# 1
^ Leather UllUIjIJ ! ^
^ Don't think wo *re going to s?r wo ^ '
^ will guarantee them not to crark. We
\ can't iln (bur, but w?? iwi cunrnntce to ^ I
Eire you the b??t i'atrnt Leather Shoo
^ it ia powible to produco for ^
\ ?S5.00.? t j
In Any Shape and iu Any Width. i
^ You par W. J10. You can't grt ^
\ anything bolter. Our Shoe* are all ^ I
made from Cornelius lloll lock,
^ which is iho beat the world produce*. ^
f ALEXANDER,!
W SHOE SKLI.EU. 1010 Main St. 0
^ R Chances to win our ?<00 Piano wlih
^ v every pair of Patent Leathers.
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_ QUEENSWARE.
NOW IS THE TIME
f
TO SELECT Y0UB
Holiday
Goods ! 1
A FIXE USE OF <
Cut Glass,
Banquet Lamps,'
Fancy China, j
Ornaments
Of all doscrlptlon. Also a largo assortment
of
Dinner and
Chamber Sets.
Everybody wants to see our stock
beforebuylngelsewhere.
JOHN'
FRIEDEL & CO.,,
1119 MAIN STREET. j
AMUSEMENTS.
OPBRAHOUSB '
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7.
Fourth Consecutive Season. The "Big" Kvent of the
Season. The 1'hcuoraenal Success, j,
Plmflr P Vflnpft'Q ()ri?i?al and greatest of all J
Cillllul D. iQlibC o Ituliroad Comedy Dramas,
THE LIMITED MAIL
With the Wonderful BR.VTKICK. the one Supreme
Novelty of a Decade. Crowded with Exciting
Incidents. Overflowing with Surprises.
uuuimug urcr wuu .uvu i?ucmw
Reserved flints 310). Admission 50 and 75c.
Struts on sale at C. A. House's muslo store, sale to
coininenceWediiMdnr. December5. del
GRAND OPERA HOUSE, f
Tfturrdav. Friday and Suturday Evenings tod \
Saturday Matinee, December 6,7, & v
1,000th to 1,004th performance of the original of f
all Railroad Plays,
The Danger Signal !
Introducing MR. PAUL DRES8CR.
nun The Lifelike Railroad Scenes,
\ H K The Genuine FuILSIxed Monster
UJjlj Locomotive. Constructed by Steel, Pro- <
polled by Steam. I
Mr.fwt Itotary Snow Plow and Caunou
Hull Vestlbiued Train, consisting of a
Full-Sized Locomoiivo, Tender and _
Three Couches.
r.tnal Prices. dt-3
OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY, Dec. 8. | h
Tlio Oroat Powoll ! J
In a Dri lllant Series of NKCHOMANCV and the is
Acme of All Wouderful Illusions. ^
HCfia " A Keautlful Lady apparently burned
?J"D| to ashes In full view of the audience. >
"Nnflh'c Ark " I? which over 100 birds and x
nuali b /tia. animals are used. {
"RUSSIAN TRANSIT"?Cabinet of Phantoms | >
and -(0 other Novelties. J ~
Night l*rire?Kencrved *eaw. SI00; arimiulnn, o,
50 nud 75c. Matinee Prlcea:? Reserved sent*. 75c; j,
adtnifion. 2"> nud 50c. Scats on sale at 0. A. j
MoiiVh music store, sale to comineuee Thur*- >
d?v. December 6. <1<*4 n
OPERA HOUSE !
SSi't only" Wednesday Evening, D,f E
FintlnWheeling ol tho Fanciest Up-to-Pnto *
Farce Comedy Produced this Season,entitled v
McFADDEN'S ELOPEMENT ! i
A river of fan. flooding the town with laucbtcr
and drowninK nil borrow, with Wheeling's ii
lavorite comedian.
tit i; curat JOHN KERNELL. nieoxr.Y. >
Reserved apatn Si 00: iidtniaalon 50ft and 75c. a
Sale of seat1* commences .Monday, Do6emt>er jy
10. at C. A. House's mn?dc store. de6
( 1 HAND OI'Kli.V 1IOUSK. J
VT TIIItKK NKiirrs. COMMEN'CIJtQ MON- >
DAY, December lo. Matinee Wednesday.
FIRHFB 4. C.LKWIS
Supported by a sclent company of Comedians In ?.
the Laughable YaukeeComedy: J,
SI P14U3XTKARID.
Kvery thine new but the Title.
Night price*?1.*?, 25. '*? *u<1 50c. Matluce priro
?i'i. J nail :-'( <lf S
K
PLUMBING, ETC,
TRIMBLE & LUTZ, "
SUPPLY HOUSE.
numbing and (ins 1'iltlng,
Steam ami Hot Water Heating.
A Fall Lino of th<? (YIebraicil?
SNOW STEAM PUMPS
Kept t'onaUintly on Hand.
i:.no asp i.y>g hkkt stbkkt. iviikfuno.
Holloa to Natural Gas Consamars!
Tlio HJIWICKO CAI.OKIFIt' NATURAL (iAS
BUBXKIt l? ihoonlv t>nriior on tht> market tlut
w SUMtumwxl to Rivrt MtMietlnn. Ho not ?!?>
cciunl hi Acccptinc ' ir,?r a* oood'* with no
Knuruntca holil only hv
GEO. 1I1DBHRI) t* SON.
_tnrt\ v.tu Mnrkft Street. ^
-yyiLLIAM 11A KB & SOS.
Practical Plumbers, r
( AS AM) STK.1M FITTERS. oi
No. 3B Twelfth Stroot.
All Work Donu Promptly at lu?A*on.ibl? I'ricai
? 5
NEW ADVERTISEMENT
\rOTIOE-I DO xor K1 ... :
131 any organisation H \ t.\
I' A NORA?XHK REX ON ^
J S*Y Palmist, ba? nrr.vi >1 r
l? Ntl open book. S4tl*f*ctln:; . 4
Main <tnroi.
Puivatk Matkux :: .
lldlM beforv att<! dur si
Thitly *c?r?' ei|>riictiCA i
Locfc Bordj?. \V tj.,
WANTED?SITUATION" :\ j',; r7
torr. Ttrolve year*'? *}.
lt? atl<l ICgisti'Fr*! in I'cDIlk
t'lrgtula. ?.ih city r? f- ^
Boa City
pAKD OF \\ 1TI1DKAW
The underlined hereby |fi\. > .. . .
las withdrawn from the conw '
ic*u nomination (or City
rlend* heartily (or the vrnr v.\ .
rod xftloui support they hmr w .. * s ;
u my canvas. "
de7 JOHN W. KIM'! . ,L;_
JltY COXIOLESK 1 UK
Holiday Cakes.
Only - - 13c - - a Can:
ALBERT STOI.ZK .. Co.,
_de7 nr M? . .
T^OOKWOOD POITKia, 1
Choice Pieces for the Holidays!
EWING BROS.,
Agftnta ior the Sale . t.
da6 111 Mil-,.
NEW "1 ORKXOBI.K WAl s
Ml ITQ ! 1 1 A,i,{A'il'N v M'f.NDj,
llU I O I I NAPLES FII.nH.lN
CROP J TEXAS l-KCAS;,
OF '94. J BRAZIL NI T- ,7_
H. F. BEHI
J?? ^ ' - '
HS. SANDS, *
Member American Ituhnm
Klectrlcal Kugin.. - v
Electrical Engineer and Contractor,
I'KABODY UUILUIKC. Will I iNw.
Kleclrlc Light, Tower. Kai w?r, .
team i'touts.
Denier In Elcrtrlcal SuppHr*. m y>, ff
JJAVE YOU TR1KD oi l: *
"Wftch Hazel Skin Soap.'"
It will make your akin soft and ro retr til
rcrent* chaps. IO c?nt? per c?L?. ?.j . .
bree cbkc-h, 25 writs, nt *
GOETZE'S PHARMACY
Market and TVn.yrir Sjhkkt- ni"
yyOOl) AND SLATE .MAXTKLS,
TILE HEARTHS.
Marble and Tile Flooring n
GREEN B. JEFFERSON.
no27 17 Eleventh Street. Wheeling
?GIVEN AWAY!?- "
Fine Mechanical Toy!
One of the finest ever seen
?tn t HI r>
n wneeung. now on txlibition
at
CARLE BROS'.,
de3 1308 Market Stroet.
1862 + lj
Christinas
Goods!
a very large and choice stock ol
40L1DAY GIFTS now ready foi
nspection. Our line of books,
Dames, Wood and Iron Tovs,
or Children, is not equaled in the
:ity. All goods at
lowest prices:;
ios. mm sons,
26 Tweittn street
FOR BENT.
a MOOT*
fa 34 Sixteenth itreet, second aud third
tliHirn - ^2
?o. -J2J8 Main itreet. * *'
fo. 01 Seventeenth street / ~ "*"* *
fo. 131 Fourteenth street :? H
fa 1510 and 1518 Main street will lease for
n Ions term of year*.
fo. .11 Seventeenth sweet. 8 moms. i?o?n
gafOK. hot water un<t bath j"rf
o. :J7 Seventeenth street. 4 roon? 11
lo. 'iltft Main street, tlve room*.? '1?
?o. '-S19 Woods street '
0 sere farm north of city, for market buneuing.
Sioo per annum.
0 rooms. Main and Twenty-first stree
io. ot Seventeenth street - .
io. 101 Nineteenth street nl
io. 21J>> Main street. -I rooms. both W5-!'.,,
luildiug in reir of l.VJI Market sire- ' -,
'our-roomed houses. Crescent IMac?'
'our roonis. both Rases and bath, No. " ...
Seventeenth street ? .1
light rooms, both pa^ei. hot water aril v
bath. No. 101G Muin street ,
ta.CTSevcnteeuihstreet.eichi rootus. uo:n ^
ifoses. hot water and butli ? ?
fo. 'JJJH Market itreot. three rooms ^
;o. :t9 Twentieth street 1U
tore room* Main and Ttrenty-tlrit streets.
5?w? anus-uuv, ,
Jo. iti02 Slain atroot, three room* 6 w
luildliigcorner Twenty-fourth aii'l :;"r*
ket streets, lately use<l ni * c?rria:a
factory. . x\
[o. .V?.!7ninpllno street, two ro<?in< ,
>'o.2.lV,? Murnotstreet, both k<isoi. '
Jo.2621 Alley !>....%
lo. iAJJl t'hapllue street, more room
dwelling.
'o. 2506 Jacob street - !.,,
.'a 2510Jacob street "
!o. 1527 Chaplino street, olliee room - 8
FOR SALE.
No. 60 North Front (street, the tno-t ' ""-J5'!
u I Mink' ?Uo on North Front street. '1:: 15
uil about too feet Uoen.
Real estate ot every du<crlptloa.
JAMES A. HENRY.
eat Eat&te Ageut, Collector. Nowrv P it? ic*3'
Fensioii Attorney, No. 161J Market >tr
CAN 1 OIITAIN A W.TKST* F?t}
Prompt answer and an honest opin ,3
MTNN ?V CO., who have bnd n?virljftif*j
sxpcrlenco Ic the patent buatnew. foniannii v
tlona atrtctly eonfldnntial. A llnnd!""'1*,; ij.
formation contvnjmc i'nfcnt* a*"t li"*
tain ttiprn sent free. Also a ratnloguu i?l ia?^
leal and scicnttno book* sent free.
Patents taken throujib Munn A r" rrrr ,,V
fpoelal notice in tho H.Jcnlllir Allien;
thus aro brought widely beforotln; l"'1';11 ""'i
nut e?#t to tho Inventor. This self" 1 1 )'!Y;
sued weekly,eliwantiy Illustrated, tin*M
largest circulation of any scientific ? ,
irorld. g^aynar. 6amnr copies sent , I
lluiidlns Kditlon. tnontliir. f..r*is - I
JOplCS, tent*. KXKTJ cW ' ; '
llfnl plates, in colors, and plmuyrai' , . ,0 I
louses.withplar.j,onaDllnffbuildersi"*' *"1" I
atest design* andjioeurecontra't?. *' "AT |
Aiu?in a tu, NEW i*>m?? .M?I
[\TK AUK'SOU: A(.KN T>
I V IX THIS VICINITY I'd:
he Celebrated J. E. Pepper 4 Co. Win#
wjilcsuoctrrvlii Morn n tall ti.no* *' ,
I (U?l KU Hcnrv. DmiRhcriv. mrt
lb?on i?nil (iuckonlit'lmor. una mh\
' ihi< Hu?? usually c*rric?l *?> tir^t? ?
SCHALFEIi & DHIKHO I-'
oclj 1IJSM1.

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