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IVtf KKL1NU, DKCKMHRU 28, 1804.
ATonohluj; Whine,
The liodntor orinta soma more de.
cllnations to run (or council on the
f Democratic ticket and whines through
a half column editorial about the fairweather
Democrats who decline to stand
up at the polls only to be knocked
down. Hear this whine:
Falr-weatber friends are over plentr. It la
when overwhelming, disheartening defeat has
been fluttered. and the asy Is atill dark ovorhcad
and on tho horizon; when tho signs soera ntlll to
point to defeat: when apparently It has nothing
out defeat to offer for norvioes, that the party
ueed* fric&ds and fupoorteci mo*t. ami it ts
then it can best distinguish between its trne.and
its merely aelf-sooklnxr friends.
The Register should ho more considerate.
Thore is a great difference between
running on the ticket when there (
isachaaceto win and runuing when
there is not a ghost oi a chance to win.
It remains to be seen whether there ii a
ward in the city in which a Democratic
nominee has a reasonable assurance of
success. As for the city offices, they
have gone glimmering.
This the Register knows, bnt it wants
to "koep up tho organization." For
what purpose? Not in the hope of carrying
the county in I89G. Not in tho
oxpectation that Ohio county will help
to make tho state Democratic in thut
year. There is no ground to hope that
the county or the state will go Democratic
two years honce.
If tho Democratic politicians in Uluo
county and in vv'ost Virginia want to enjoy
themselves in the contemplation of
Democratic victories tlioy must content
themselves with the victorios oi the
past. There is nothing in tho future for
them- What is the uao, then, in trying
to lash men into sacrificing themselves ?
Tub Kegister should take more philosophically
the miscarriage of Demciratic
schemes, and it should urge its
friends to keep faith. Honesty is tho
best policy in politics as in other things.
Tlio Diphtheria Itemed}'.
The New York Horald'e emergency
fund for the propagation of anti-toxino
has almost reached 84,000, of which this
humane and enterprising newspaper
has contributed $1,0001 Tho money so
raised will be used to supplement the
appropriation of $30,000 to the city
health authorities.
The Herald gives the comparative
diphtheria record for New York and
Paris in the six weeks from the first of
October to the middle of December.
Paris, with more population than New
York, had sixty-five deaths from diph
theria. New York had lour hundrod.
nearly six to ono. Paris usod antitoxine.
New York did not hare it to
use.
'lhe Herald Bays that in the first six
months of the present year the diphtheritic
deaths in New York City were
more than 1,400. If those deaths had ,
resulted from cholera there would have
been a panic. Surely it is worth while
to stamp out this droad disease, if that
is possible. Enough has boon soen of
the efficacy of anti>toxine to justify tho
belief that it will make a valuable contribution
to this end.
It being; of tho first importance that
the serum be pure it should be furnished
by the public health authorities, ;
and none other should be permitted to
be sold or to bo used. Jt may bo expected
that persons of little conscience
will rush in to supply the demand, but
their industry should be cut abort iu
the beginning.
It ia time for Whooling to raovo in
this matter. Diphtheria has cost many
a life in this city, aud unless its progress
can be stoppod will coat many more.
Leave tba small boy to his slod and
the snow and ho cares not who mny
make the laws of the country. Not
oven a rood spanking seems to exhilnrnto
him so. If ho will keep out of tho
way of vehicles tho sport is a good thing
for him.
Untiring tlm Groonback*.
Ono objection urged against tho proposition
to retire the greenbacks with
low-rato bonds is that this would add to
tho interoat account. 'J ho jrrooubacks
woro imued m a wnr necessity. They
ropresent a forced loan. They aro pure
ond unaduitorod lint monoy.
Before tho finances of tho country can
l>e on a perfectly sound basis these
promises to pav must either be paid or
takon up with bonds. That is to say, if
the government cannot rodoein this flat
money with real mouoy il mustdisplnco
thorn with a bonded debt. Of itourso
interest would 1*0 with tho bond.
A. private parson who has floating
l debts which lie cannot pny in nnv other
i~
on which h? p*r> intereat to the lender.
It would be the time with a private
corporation mindful of ft* credit
A government cannot lo it* floanceering
defy ail the law# of orcfloarr baeibom
and prevent confuiion, probably
diiMUr.
Owrto to the failure of their srop*
there i* much suflering among th* people
of Kebraika. Anything lent to their
aid will be put to a good purpose.
Value of a Unman Life.
An interesting init involving the
value of a human life ha* just been
triad in Alabama. A metsage informing
? man that persons were on hli
track to kill him and warning him not
to make a contemplated trip waa filed
with the Weetern Union Telegraph
Company. A peraea interested on the
other aide heard of the meuag* aad Induced
the telegraph company's agent
not to deliver it
The warning not being received the
man started on hie journey and waa
murdered. Hia widow brought anit
against the telegraph company (or 130,000.
The jury has given ber a verdict
for $16,000 and thia verdict the conrt
baa aet aaide ai being excessive. A
husband may eaaily be worth $16,000 to
his family. The interest on that sum
at 0 per cent would be bnt $900 a year.
Twelve men in the jury box are aa
capable aa the one man on the bench to
decide the valne of a human life. The
judge in thia cue aectns to have gone
out of hit war to help the telegraph
company oat of a scrape.
Other cities than Gotham could profit
by tbe work of a Lexow committee. If
there be a city of any size in the country
in which the police have not acccpted
money to allow tbe law to be broken it
would be worth while to know the city
untitled to this distinction.
CurelefisoeM in Banks.
Another New York bank turns up
with a defaulting clerk. This one was
robbing the bank for twenty years. It j
was somebody's business to catch him '
long before this. It does not look woll
tor a bank to allow one of its employes
to have so free a swing as this indicates.
It is possible for tbe directors of a
bank to know the whereabout! of every J
dollar, and they should sot bo satisfied
to know leas. Of course nothing can
prevent a grab at the bank's funds, but
continued pilfering sbonld be impossible
and is under any proper system of I
surveillance.
We may be sure that for a while at I
least the New York banks will keep a
closer watch on their employos, their j
funds and their books. They have had
Boine forcible reminders.
Mn. A. II. Winchester, m writing of
tho mountaineers of West Virginia,
a subject with which he is thoroughly
conversant, speaks of tho "fakers" who
concoct blood-curdling stories about
those people and sond them to the
Wheeling papers. Such stories are sent
out, but the romancers rarely try to
find a market in Wheeling. Thsy send
their wares to outiide newspapers more
easily taken in.
In that elder day a police captain wna
& bis man in New York. Now one has
hoen lent to the penitentiary for soliciting
a bribe. If overy man on the force
who bag done tbe same thing be troatod
tbe same way the prison will be
crowded and there will be a line opportunity
to remodel the police force of
that great city.
The Democrats have concluded to
have a mealing a council to-night. The
Intelligencer is advised that the liepublicans
will bo there, as they should
bt. The Republicans hare done nothing
to obstruct basinets sad it is not likely
that they will.
Secretary Carlisle says he is not a
candidate for the United States senate.
Col. Breckinridge haa not quite made
up his mind. But there will be enough
great men in the scramble to make it
entertaining.
The Chicsco Inter Ocean wants a
IJ0ZOW rou4UJi?mt> fcucuvvi iuudd iu *?nv
city. No doubt thero if an abundanc*
at nw mtterial for ineh a committee to
work on.
Anybody who enjoys a good oldfashioned
snow will take kindly to the
prosent triumph in that line. It is
playing hob with railroad travel.
RANDOM POLITICAL NOTES.
Tho prevalent sentiment in this community
is in favor of a chanpo in the
city government, and the ?igns are that
tho voters will inaugurate the new yoar
by a genornl ringing out of the old and
ringing in of the now. Tho Democrats
have been in control of the city for so
long a time that those who hold the
offices and sit in the council chamber
hflvn become imbuod with tho idea that
thoy have an unlimited tonuro. In the
meantime, a majority of tho people
havo become tired and have taken it
into their heada that a change will bo
pood for tho governmental health. Our
Democratic friends?that is, tho politicians,
ttiose who havo been the beneficiaries
of past administrations after
tho rank and file have dono tne voting
?are deeply impressed with the indications
and are keeping a nervous oye on
tho indicator. A condition and not a
theory confronts them, and in alarm
thoy are appealing to the aforesaid rank
ond filo?tboy who havo boon doing the
voting in oruor mat mo politicians
might got the oflices?nol to doaert
thorn in this critical hour.
*
*
Even tho Register, tho organ of tho
oflico-hohiora, profiting by its experience
in a recent camoaign, has not
i ho courago to pursue its usual policy
of blufl.and is pltilully appealing to the
"strong men" not to refuse party nominations
tbia year, urging tha; they
Bhouid stand by tho guns to maintain
party intogrlty and organization. Only
the other day, however, tho Kegiater
had iaborod to impress upon tho minds
of its roadors that the qiioation of party
politics had naught to do with tho citv
election, and now those name roadors
nro wondering as to just what tho organ
moans, and how itsuppoai for tho party
to stand together harmonizes with its
i
Highest of all In Leavening Poi
Rojai
a \"s?
ARsoiir
r?cont non-partisan suggestion. When |
the Register finds that its peculiar ,
position is getting itself and the bosses
in a hole, so to speak, then it will resame,
as a last resort, its old policy of
misrepresentation and abase of Republlean
candidates. Indeed, it has already
begun on that line, when It refers
to the Republican council ticket ai being
made up of men below the ordinary
in ability?a gross insnlt, as well as an
untruthful characterization of the
splendid material on the council
ticket. The Republicans may well
challenge its comparison witti the
ticket that will be chosen by the Democratic
primaries, if we may believe the
Register's statement that trie most de|
airable Democratic material is declining
I the nomination for council in advance.
I The impudent assumption by the
I Democratic organ that a chauge woald
| not be a good thing for the community
| does not have weight with intellii
gent people, who are not prepared to
believo thai the continued lease of
I municiDfll power by one party or cliquo
it a good thins for any city. It certainly
has not beon for Wheeling, as every
body knows. Occasional changes are
not only desirablo but are demanded by
good citizens in the interests of (rood
municipal government. Such baa beon
the hietory of most cities in the country,
and in every city, whother creat or
small, where any one party has remained
in power {or a long term of
years, corruption has become rampant,
not only in high places, but in all
branches, down to the humblest police
officer. The exposures that are now
being made in New York by the Lexow
committee, the developments being
made in Chicago, the startling charges
that are daily made in Pittsburgh,
the facts that were brought out
in Philadelphia a few years ago,
the terrible condition of affairs known
to oxist in Baltimore, and numerous
other similar cases, are instances that
point a moral on. the lino suggested. I
do not mean to say that official corruption
exists in Wheeling to an extent
that would Btartle the public, but the.
developments crowing out of the general
movement in the direction of municipal
reform, sorvo as a warning to tho voters
of any city or town not to listen too long
Co appeals to party prejudice to maintain
in continued Dower any one party
with its clique of oflico-holdors. All
things being equal in most respects,
thoughtful citizons see no danger involved
in making an occasional change.
The Republican ticket is for tho greater
part composed of men in whoafe
hands the city affairs will be safo for tlio
next two years, while on the other hand,
we have tiie fear of the Democratic orgau,
oxprossed in its issue of Thursday
morning, that the Democratic ticket
will not bo of that character which can
bo trusted, owing to the declination of
the most desirable mon to become candidates.
9
< e
The contest for tho speakership of tho
' West Virginia house of dolegatos goes
bravely on, nud it is vet anybody's
fight. There is talk (in the Democratic
| papers) about combines and deals, but
|. when the rumors are traced down thev
are found to have no other foundation'
| than tho Democratic consuming desire
1 to create factions and dissension* in tho
Republican party, whero no factious
! and dissensions exist A ievv, a very
few, I ain happy to say, Republican papers
have been led into the error that
I certain Republicans are guilty of a
echeine to parcel out the oflicos, and thoy
nrn talkint?about "alates" and "cliques."
| In other words, these very fow Ivepublicau
paper* have simply fnlieu into the
I trap set for tlietn by the Democratic
| politicians who are intent upon creating
Republican disaffection at all hazI
zards. It is a fact that cannot be disputed
that the speakership contest,
though spirited, is n friendly one, and,
j unless all signs fail, will remain so to
I the last. Aud why shouldn't it be? No
I candidate represents any particular interest.
Nobody's pet hobby is ini
volved; the United States senatorship,
I nor no other question to be decided is
concerned. As for the senatorship, no
mau who is interested personally in it
has a candidate for the speakership
| with the idea of controlling the organi|
nation of the house. The senatorial
I matter will not have to do with who it
speaker, for the seatorship will be settled
in caucus, which will be outside of
the jurisdiction of the speaker, and it
will be settled by a single ballot in har'
raonv and good feeling. I violate no
confidence in saving that it will be set
I tied, COO, WllUOUt consulting iii" iiuvhu
1 of Democratic newspapers and politicians.
*
'
As to who is ahead in the speakership
matter, that ia hard to toll. Kaeb candidate
reports progress, but with cominondable
discretion each declinos to
give out any figures. When tho caucus
comes off there will doubtless bo couibinations
between candidates, or it may
bo found that each will stand on his
own merit. Until tho legislature moots
and all tho Republican delogatOH aro on
tho ground for a comparison of notos
tho matter will remain a dim uncertainty.
Hon. George K Evans is making a
very active contest, or rather his euorgetic
and enthusiastic friends are doing
it for hun. I am informed that whon
the leglslaturo meets a big delegation of
Second district Republicans will bo
found on nana ursine 111a ciaimx, bhu i
that thoy will spare no honorable en- |
deavor to obtain tho honor far their fa- j
vorito. Pologatoi Campbell and
Smith, of this county, are both "hustling"
and everybody knows j
how capable both gentloare
to do "hustling." Thoy aro loaving
no stono unturned. Mr. Campbell
npeaka confidently of his chances, while
Mr. Smith armies, looka confident, and
nays ho ifl perfoctlv natisfiod with tho
outlook, lion. P. W. Morris, of Ritchie
county, is enjoying a uowapaper boom,
and if thoro id any virtue in kindly expresaiona
from hia brethren of tho press,
bo ought to be greatly encouraged.
Hon. W. S. Edwards, "of Charleston,
isn't going to sloop. If ho doos not capture
tho persimmon it will not bo l>ftcause
ho isn't working hard to obtain a
polo long enough to roach it. Mr. .Stapleton,
of Wood, is not so active as tho
others, and it is probable that he isn't
giving himself much concern about tho
contest. Perhaps he is training for a
dark horse, for where tliero aro ho ruany
candidates tho dark horso in not an impossibility.
This is the situation and
no man can prodict tho outcome.
(i. a. p.
If you want pure alo always insist on j
having Smith's. j
. i
per.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Baking
i Powder
rELYPPRE
DAILY HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Saturday, Deo. 29.
It'a good to put? bother atrajr over nicht. It
all *twlgbteu? out la the mornlug.?Mn. IKWf.
ney.
Brkakfait. ? Grtntra Griddla Ctkei.
*? " - o- r> a j
-uapie Ojrup. urenu IIUU uutraii
Baked Apples. Coffee.
Dissur.?Chicken. Baked Sweet Potatoes.
Onions. Celery. Graham and
White Bread and Butter. Snow Pudding.
Apples.
Si-j'i'tK.?Crackers and Milk. Graham
Broad and Butter. Apple Sauce.
Cocoanut Cakes. Cookios.
Suow I'lltltilUg.
Threo heaping teaspoonfuls of corn
starch and three tableapoonfuls of
sugar, dissolved in a little water, and
stirred into one pint of boiling water.
Boil ten minutes, and add the whites of
three e^gs, well beaten; boil ten minutes
more, stirring constantly; flavor
with lemon and pour into a mould to
cool. Serve with whipped cream.
Fruits should be kept out of the room
until wanted.
[Copy rig/Jed. 1
BREAKFAST BUDGET.
A note of warning was sent to all the
principals of the public schools in Hew
York, at the instance of Superinaendent
Jasper, forbidding the collection of
money by the pupils in achools for the
purpose of making presents to any 01
the teachers, or for any other object.
Nearly all tho comic valentines found
in almost every* pert of the civilized
world, are made in Williamsburg, N.
Y? whero the work goes ou from one
end of tho year to the other. The factory
turns out more than 14,000,000 of
the "comics" in u year.
In the suit of Elizabeth Leichleiter
ag&inal Iienry Kiog for $10,000 damages
for the death ot her husband, an
award of $500 was given by a Warren,
(O.) jury. Leichleiter was killed by
tho accidental discharge of a gun in
King's hands at a fox hunt.
Mobile, Ala., recently bad before its
mayor two organ-grinders chargod with
disorderly conduct in allowing their
monkoys to bite four children since
they came into the city. Suits for damages
will be entered against them in
court.
Mrs. Fred Baxter, of Erie, Pa., seemo
to lead an existence that is strong on
sensational incidents. She is said to be
heir to $40,000, and several attempts
have boon made to abduct her.
Both of tho legs of Miss Eva Dooley,
of iioaton, weru amputnted at the knee
recently to save her life. They were
poisoned by the dye in red stockings
which she had been wearing.
Benjamin Stowart, of Atwater, O., was
thrown from a horse and seriously injured.
Walter Barnaby, while riding for
a doctor for Stewart, was thrown and
had a leg broken.
A Missouri traveling man acreed to
wear the dross of a Catholic priest for a
year if ho lost a cortaiu wager, lie wore
the dress for a year and for several
yoars afterward.
By an expenditure of $15,000 Prof. W.
P. Wilson purchased at tne World's
Fair and the Antwerp exposition about
$750,000 worth of specimens for Philadelphia's
now museum.
Robert S. Poston and Ilattio C. Patch,
who swindled McCoy <fc Underwood,
commission men, of $10,000, and escaped
to Australia, roturned to Chicago aud
were arrested.
The Boston police commission has decided
that a sandwich served with a
-f??? 11 n m u nnf fnrtrA within
tho moaning of tho law.
A Dulutb paper is to have its New
Year's day issue prepared, edited and
published by boys in the'high school.
Mrs. Mary Davis, of Youneitown, 0.,
who sued Mrs. Naylor for alienating Mr.
Davis' affections, was awarded $100.
Ittngtng Nolnet
In tho oars, sometimes a roaring, buzzing
sound, are caused by catarrh, that
exceedingly disagreeable and very common
disease. Loss of smell or lioaring
also result from catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla,
tho great blood purifier, is a
peculiarly succeasful remedy for this
disease, which it cures by purifying
tho blood.
Hood's Pilijj are the host after dinner
pills, assist digestion, prevent constipation.
^ 4
For rboumatiim I have found nothing
equal to Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
it relievos tho pain as soon as applied.
J. \V. Young, West Liberty, W. Va.
Tho prompt relief it affords is alone
worth many times tho cost, 50 cents.
Its continued uso will efloct a permanent
cure.
Thenanioof a Steamship hailing from
Honolulu is Likoliko ? pronouncod
"leaky leaky."
WELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN.
Many times women call on tbelr family pbyeJoions,
suffering, as tboy imoffine, ono from
dyepopeia, another
from heart disease.
/P another from liver
\ or kidney disease,
Tl~ another with pain
\V UtoWRlaro here or there, and
tlv ,n thI? thoy all
IP % present to their
JR F J* Al easy-going doctor,
Jlwyj/ i /tf separata diseases,
\ for which ho prcy&JC,
scribes, assuming
^t>m *? ?ucb.
^^j^SSfirisS^^tbey'are1 all only
symptom* causcd
by some womb disorder. Tho suffering patient
gets no better, but probably worso, by
ruason of tho dolny, wrong treatment and
consequent complications. A proper mediclno.
liko Dr. Pierco's, Favorite .Prescription,
directed to the earut would have promptly
cured tho dlaoaso.
Mrs. HAnnv Tappan, of Reynold*,Jtfferson
Co., Neb., writes: "For two years I was a
a mh nf thu tim? hod to bo carried
from my bed. Wm rooked with Mjn. had
hy?t<?rio, wan very nervous, no ?PPpt'i nn'l
completely dlnoourn&ed. A few bottles or
Favorito Prescription' cfToctcd a perfect
cure." Sold by >11 dealers in modlcincs.
HS. SANDS,
Member American In?tituto
Klcctrlcal KiiRlneen.
Electrlcil Engineer and Contractor,
PEABODY BUILDING, WHEELING.
Electric Light, Power, Rnilwsf. Minim? unl
Steam Plant*.
PvhUtIu Electrical Supplier. mrifi-Mwr
TUST RECEIVED!
U FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
A l^iruo Shipment of
John JnmUfin A Son'* Dublin IVhUltf,
Kd'ii<tar'? Scotch JnnialrnKum,
Old i'or|, sherry an I Madeira Wine*.
SCllAEFi:U&DJUKIIOllSr,
del i lia Mulu Street.
I SHOES?ALEXANDER.
We Have i
Some Left,'
Enough to supply your
wants, and the assortment
of sizes and widths
unbroken so that we are
| safe to say
We Gnarantee a Perfect Fit!
If you have never seen ,
our line of Shoes for
Ladies and Gentlemen at
M you want to investigate
now.
Until M?rrh *0, you get one chance In
tiie Fi?no with each dollar you spend.
1049 MAIN STREET. ,
AMUSEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE
Great New Year's Day Performance, p.m.
TWO MOUTH ONLY, JAN. 1 and a.
The Eminent American Comedian.
Mr. Wllfrod OlarlLO,
Aud HI? Onru Kzoclleot Compaiiy, PreicnliDg
Two Overling Play*.
TUESDAY. Jan. l.-A WIDOW HUNT.
Mr. Clarke, as "Mnjor DeUooln.**
WEDNESDAY. Jan. 2.?TIT FOR TAT,
Mk. L'i.aukk. us tbu Jonlou* lluitmnd.
SPECIAL 6CENBRY. REFINED SPECIALTIES. J
Night Price*Reserved teat*, 3100: admiMion, ,
50and 75c. Matinee Price*?00 and 7.5c. So extra
charge for roserrod *cat*. .Salo o/ ?oat? commences
Saturday, December 29. at C. A. Hoiim's
music store. deJ7
Grand opera house.
Thursday, Frjdat, Saturday and SATURDAY
M *TI.VLU. December 27. *J8. 29. i
WALTER LAWRENCE aud MISS ENGEL SUM- I
vvu hv & Bfuid cumnasv la AIDEN
bened7c?s '
PABIO ROMAPJI
With LIVING PICTURES nu?i the FAMOUS
STEREOPTICON' mid SPANISH DANCES by
MISS (iRACE 111'.N'T Kit. U?u>l pricet.
RAND OPERA HOUSE. !
\JC MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY <
Evening* and Special New Year's Dajr and Wed- <
nesduy Matluees. December si and Jan. 1 and 1 <
WALTER SANFORD'S <
Elaborato Production of <
A Flag of Truoo! *
Night price*, lAc, 25c, tfc and 50c. Holiday .
price*. lfic, 2.V; and 50c. do27 i
STATIONERY. BOOKS. ETC. "
IS52 159^. J
OFFICE SUPPLIES :
Blank Books, Inks, '
Pens and Pencils,
Coovinar Books, i
Copying Presses,
Writing Papers, all
sizes. ,
For the season of 1895 now
being received and shown. j
Everything sold retail at J
wholesale prices.
r
(Agent* for Leon It.-uics A' Co*?. Gluelo- J
nm Pens.)
THQ flRiVRK' SANK ;
U VU. unaiuu wuiiWj
26 Twelfth Street
ffOLIDAY GOODSl '
Albums, Manicure Sets,
Toilet Sets, Jewel Cases.
Toys, Games, etc., etc., J
AT LOWEST PRICES.
CABLE BROS.,
daH I3Q8 Market Street. I
Christmas 1- **+
London (Jrnphic, Now*, Christmas Pictorial.
Yule Tide and nil of tho popular Literary nud
Fashion Monthlies. All furnished bj iho year
at publishers' lowest annual ratoi. ;
(iosprl Hymn*. Rook* and Stationery. j
C. H. QU1MBY.
po?fl 1414 Market Street
PLUMBING. ETC. 1
TRIMBLE & LUTZ, !
SUPPLY HOUSE. i
IMninbin? and Gas Fitting,
Steam and Hot lTator Heating.
A run MOO 01 luc vciconucii??
SNOW STEAM PUMPS
?Kopt Constantly on Hand.
1500 *SI> UH MIIIKKT STKtiKT. WnKKLIMl. {
^yiLLIAM HAUK Jc tiO.N".
Practical Plumbers, ,
AS AM) STEAM FITTERS.
No. 38 Twelfth Street.
All Work Done rrompllr at Rca<onable Prlcc*
Mrtfina ir\ Nifural flae fnnctimAn? I
HUUVU vv> UUIUIUI M uO VUUOUUiyiO i
The HIllUERl) CALORIKIl! NATURAL GAS
Bl'KNKR i-1 he only burner uu tho market tli.it
in gunrauteed to gi?o satisfaction. lie not docrired
in accepting "JC?r as oood" wiili uo
guarnntco. Hold only br
UEO. UIDBEUD & SON,
mt?1 I Market fttrivl.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
MUsic at Half Price. J
Hereafter tre will soil all ncur and standard
Sheet Music at HALF PRICE.
F. W. BAUMKR & CO. J
PICTURES d. ART MATERIALS.
HAVK YOU A PICTURE .
You Want Framed?
You will he p1ea*od with the large stock of
latent patterns of Moulding *liotrn ut
NICOLL'S ART STORE,
PnH K.s Vi.ny |.?w. I2J2 Market Stroet
#JOB + WORK# ^
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY fiXKCDTBD
AT TUB ISTKLMtiKNCKll JOU lWOili di
I
NEW AOVERTISEMEMT<,~~
"VOTICK?1 DO NOT HF; , >
XI my ofyaptmloo. H. ' ; w l J'J
T ANORA-inEKEXOWNK,,,"^
J-i S\ I will make ?pv '?
wulinc n-^linio lor th?- nut ! , ' i:
UmiuiMltBt IWiMiln.:- ?
^DMIMSTKATOK'^ Nm 'Ia; ^
AU per*on? h*TioscUim% *K?ini; tv ,,e)
theltt?Pr. K. H. Cummint will (.r., ]'*
duljr eertlflcd for payment. Thov
old esut? will plfutsa utile *a.?e ? . ' '*
JamKs n mm s.
Je3 Admlni?tr*lor,.f K. H.
jgTOOKHOLDEKS' .MKEl'l.N ^
We?nnu?l meetinifo/tliriioct',,.
ExrnatiKC taan 01 naecung. ior th.. - ?...
of Directors, will be held at its baiik. ; ,' 4
on MonJ.jr. J.nu.ry H is? . bci. 1.," IT
hour* of 2 aud i o'clock p.m.
d?2sr JOHN* j. joy t? , t> ..
A ssiqkebS noik J: " ^
All persons Indebted to Louis Oflbrucc ?. i
take notice that tho same mutt I* arrant] '
or before Jauuarr 10, lSitt, or m t w ''
brouRhL J. I>. KI.??H
A?ii*nceo( Looii K:i,:
Dr.('K*jif.n 27.18W.
J^OYAL ^
SALAD DRESSING
Sever *ep?ratos. nerer turns oily. Ut.T^. ,BV .
A deliciout Mayouutlw (or < hi. k,v 7
Salmon. Meat uud all fciUfK v
Inr for Lettuce. Tomatoes. ColdaU*. ....:
ud vegetable relishes ta'
C. V. HARDINr, ?fc o>
W* Msrk^i r?H
Y COT HOLESK b' OH VoliT^
Holiday Cakes.
Only - - I3c - - a Can!
ALBERT STOLZE & CO.,
M 1117 ilirko! >:L
"riASSAfiK riflk-KTH ' '
1
ffjA to Southampton. Liverpool. London, fc?l*
laat, Qaeenttown and Londondtny. yor
tailing day* and other information, rail at
if. F. REHRKXS',
d?27 2217 Market Street.
><gTOP THAT BARK."
It will cure hoarseness and all Irritations
of the throat.
lO oouta. at
GOKTZE'S PHARHACW
de26 Corner Market an?l Twelfth ?!?
mrn hit r.r.AssWARF.
* None bstter ?er uhowu iu
* Wheeling. Price* low.
[BWIPJTG BH.OS..J
p 1215 Market Street. J
REMAINDERS IN BOOKS
From Christmas Sales.
In order to "clean up odds sad cndi" '
tnd to uelp out the tout ealei for 1KH,
ire ?ill ofler til ic? or books, rise
mraoji in sixolk volumes, and all Art
looks at from 25 per coat to 331 per
:ent from retail prices.
5TANT0?sBffa,
'/wners of Pronertv!
? ? ? I J
Wc call your attention to the rcntlnc seawu.
t is now upou Of. aa<l it is (or yon to ii?
rhethcr it trill Justify you to look after your
iwo collection. ?ir if it would pay you best to
my ur a small per cent to take the rrsponai*
>ility for you. We always collect the rent mi
uakc returns promptly. Wc think it trill par
ou well ju gtvtng us chat^e of your propatf
it once.
ROLF CtJ ZANB,
leal Estate and Rental Agonts. 42 Fourteenth
Street. ?lf.*
?IvdIXJSIC!??
The public la hereby notified that the ?BCON?D
rniM of my course# ol musical Instruction till
ommence on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2. tt?.
All persona of Wheeling or vicinity deairiM a
borough education in the branches VIOLIN
method Joachim), PIANO, HABMONY. etc.m
ccordanco with modern Europe*..-) methods will
leu? make application as noon a* po?lbit, ta
irter to arrange hour*.
Residence. Hark street. Martin's Ferry.?.
Branch Studio, 952 Market street, Whelms
d*2o EDW. BLUMENBERG. ,
LOaud 20o r*or tJottio.
{. H. LIST, 1010 Main Street.
120,000?^"
TO LOHN
On Improved City Real
Estate.
WON i HAZLETT,
dc:7 No. 1311 Market St
Buy Now!
While Prices are
Down Until NEW
YEAR'S.
I0HN FRIEDEL & CO,,
111!) MAIS STREET.
Night Schools
Why ilon't )'f?j attend thf Night
of tbowiirruko mmixivr roi.li -tk.
rrirtiBf Main ami TirnHlli klrpi<ll? WTrltilf
flpcllltifr, Arithmetic. flookkoeplnj, Shot:band.
Typewriting, elr.
Comfortable rooms ?'arcful pcnon*l "?
itructlou nud low prices.
t?COME AND SEE US.?
Reeling Business College,
.? WIIKKMNO, W. VA.
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