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OFFICt? In uiooins ouiidmg, Ann Sireet. LOCAU CO nNER, C. P. H.VUVKY, Local Hill tor. Parkeksbiko, \V. Va. Pec. 4, 1S80 CURBSTONE THUNDER. Scooped up bv Reporters. And Jumbled Fog tln-r in a, hurry, together with to try. ro u \ / 1 1 .v/> s 7 .1 ti j 1 1 EMS <i K A t: H A L L 1 . * LITTLE BEAMS. Poultry is very plentiful in tlie Market. Bank Ha l has a large new bulle in board at the entrance flu-re is t<o many goods b<>xts r long the pavements to bo phasant pa stable. Several drunks on tho street to dav Nary a dunce in town this week. Lots of country people in towi to-day. Wut Heaton carried the mail between this city and Ravei. swood during t hi* late c? hi snap Fr> ight r?>nx tbe east is f illing < fl con-iderably. Fred Ko>e is buildincr asls-irwa> in the rear part of his Opera H"U^e. 1 his is something lhat lia* beei Deeded, as it will give an easy exi in case of fire. Bulletin boards advertising tl?. entertainments at the Opera ilou*?-' have been placed in different part of the city. Little girls and little boys lu front of stores eyeing toys. There was a great deal of c< ast ing on the pavements ?otw'lhstand ii.g ordinances ti? the contrary. A good ty number of Vole noile. ?were in towu this week. The Criterions played to poo> houses on Thurs ay and Frida) nights, though they deserved bet ter. A new time table went into effect on the B & O. and M. & C. road last Wednesday. Notice changes i? schedule on ti st page Tho entrance to the Columbia Opera House has been lettered, overhead and the new gale ry on the inside will give a greater -eai iu^r capacity. Many ot the show windows o our business houses have been ar tistically lettered wi'hsoap. Six see- ions went east on Ofii convoy of freight tra n> la-t Sundu\ which reminded the rai road bo) - oJ tlie days of "lushes." The Republican *igwam would niako a good roller skating rink. While agitating railroads it would not be amiss to agitate eountx roaUs a u lie. The ex i ra, pass?*n?. ?>r train ha has been }>ut on 'he road, has o?*ei> l nearly two hour- late every da s since il wan put on. r The Criterion* gave several good '? entertainments here but were poor ly patroniz d Wc ? egret to loan 1 that To m tluff eo?r>e out lacking. i Thai ban . ? that Cit\ Band ? that Band is becoming immense. '?The Ca >n"Mi Ball" 4s what tit new las passenger train is termed Holiday trade begins to boom. Ketakiata & K ixasce, on Third , street, have th?> 'argesi and finest assortment ot candies in the city. , Several ot the boys in the wrvic ( ot the Transportation Co at Vol ( cano beut in their '?rosigs.,' To-? many bosses seems to be the truubk a- tar as we can learn. The Street Commissioner had a gang ot ruen out clearing th mu?i ( Iroiu t:ie street erodings, ou Tuos- | day and Wednesday. Tue roads outside of town are re ported to be in a terrible condition. Tlii- 1 tfects ot it is kit by our mer chants. W al you summon courage for the wedding E i ma during the hol idays? By George it you don't, look out tor a big Gale. Several stirring society events are on the tapis for the Hoi days. A great many eros^t'en are being hauied to the river on Fifth street. ?'.Notice to tax payers," ?ta e the taxpayer in the lace at every cor ner. Streets very muddy. ?Ju?ine>3 was booming at the wburi to day. Tbe wr-rk of recc nstruction con tinues. E^bt marriage license* thin week. Frank Et-x's bouse on Julian n between First and Second, wb eli was partly burn? d during tbe Jut* fire is being shingled. M. mi co Moat is now meted to tii who yieet tbe meat man withai a p - j plication and ?.h?* necessary fund*. | As Mr Camden's friends are circu ! lating petitions in hi- behalf, wo sug gest that the oil men do the same ? Bettor lock the stable betore the horse is stolen. Kciucniter the elocutionaiy en tertainment. ... Wo notice the walls of the Cus torn Honse have be? n dcfaced with pencil aud chalk marks. "iJmiebye aompodys vill ketch a mo nk J." Pat Henry skated down irom j Pittsburg one day last week anU j Charily slides >. round in the 6th Ward every evening. ? To t. lly appreciate tho meaning and sentiment ot "The Minety and j ?N ine,*' a man onl> to buy a pint of chesi nuts, and after be thinks he lias eaten tnriu all, to fish up one that has heen nestling down in th^ Corner ?-l hi* pocket with iu thelold.-' oi torn iinui^. ^.-1 Hour With y< irsboys, AVl.en Fate squints out ? f the < or ner of her eye and conim nds a man to east lu- lot w it.i a gang of newsboy, fur an hour, that man is t ? be pitied in some re-pects and envied in l>"t f< w. He may forget the -ensation he j 'nderwent the first ime he ev r kss? ed a pretty girl He may torget t' e j aw ul teel ng he experienced the first time he ever took a sidiet/. powder lie may torget the important feeling he exp ri need the first t me 1 ? e ever won- red topped boots but it is doubt fill whether he will ever forget th. hour he spent with agamrof newsboys. Newsboys generally know everything an<l ever bodv and can be told but little. They are generally prettv shy of each other win n p'ying their trade, but when i he r rtock is nearly sola out th? y congregate together and make sport of passing people But to see th m in all their natural born cussed ness, one has to be around when they are waiting for their papers. Let three or tour good healthy n< wsboys, who are free from colds, corns, chilblains and cramp colic, get together and they become almost unendurable They sing son^s, tell miraculous tales, and give sketct.es cf their adventun s 1 hey tell how they got the drop on o d Smith v or old Jonesy, or some other - old rooster" they have a spile against 'l'hey make use of more slang phrases thah any other class. \ ery ofte>> a person is at a loss to know what they mean when t hey 1 make use of a slang phrase If at a! printing office, then t??e '"boys" s em: to be in hight of their glory. L' - > ey [ pi ' the form-, fool with the press, uid meddle with things generally If :hey do something a d you laugh at hem they will keep d ing the same h ? ng over and over till you will have : ? knock some of them down to make hem stop it. Wi en the papers are e-?dy to send out they all want to get >ut first Hut newsboys with all their faults iave some g<>od traits of character kVhen yelling their papers on the ?treets. they ran produce sound waves is large a> a worm fence, and they lave such a peculiar way of twitching loor bells thit its a balm to the souls >f the inmates evi ry time a newsboy :<-mes to the front door. Pennsbitro Items. Everything lively. I he Pennsboro Brass Band will ;ive an entertainment < hristmas night The boys assisted by three of ih ' most )r minent young ladies of our town nil spa>e no piins in making it a uccess. The boys have never asked or a donation and I think it righ that he citizens sh uld give them a liberal nitronage John Shunck has pined the band m J no -v manipulates the lit 1 d um C Collins one of our prominent n.-rchants is East this week for stock It. \V. r ho mas A: Bro. are doing an mmense business in the way of ship )ing wheat They ship from one to hree loads each week There is one thing our town needs )adly ? that is a town hall Will not iome of our energetic citizens vo un eer to erect one? I am sure it would >e a good investment. There was a goodly number of tur keys departed this life here on Thanks jiving Day. The young ladies and gentlemen of air town met and org inized a literary ociety on last S iturdiy evening J . La*t Wednesday evening about i?-ven o'clock, a hltie shooting at ray occurred in trout or R.itbboneV ?tore on Market si red, b> tweeu hree you n ^ men named Copen, Jtark and Lytel. It >e -iuh llr't in >ld grudge eX*ud UelWfin Lvt? l md thy other uvo, ami wiien Lytei was pa.'sing along the street he Wat ittaeiu-d by llie o lu-r two, where upon lie tif'-d his j islol, woui diim |J>> pen in the hand. Clink then at t mpled to take tl>e pistol awaj irom Lytei, and while in the strug gle the pistol was di>eliarged aii :i in, mounding Lytei in the hand Shortly utter they were all arrested by i ffieer M -lieu and had a prelim* i nary examination. Cli I k proVt d i hat ..e waslryng to t.-ko the p s lot away Irom Lytei to prevent the trouble, and was discharged Irom eustody Copen was required tog v? bond tor h.s appearance betore the nexfOircuit Court. Dli-.D. Mr*. Yates a very estimable ol?! lady tlicd last Monday morning at about ten o'clock, in the Gist yeai ot ajfe' 21 1 the residence ot her son W H II. Yates, on Market street. Mr Andrew iiobinson an a?;ed and highly respected colored ge:i tleinan, o thiscity, di'.-dat h is i'cm? denee <?n Monday evening. Nov iiOih atter a briet bui painful ill ? ess. His age was G7 years, 4 months arid 2b days, tie leaves ;? large family who have the heart ell sympathy ot i> host of lrien<la ii. i their bereavements. Miss A 1 1 n i e J eii ks (colored) died! at iter re-idencj on .Neai street, last Widnesday, ol consumption, iu tlu 21st year ot her aire '1 he Bel pre Star .Lodge, Wo. 10l?J G. U. O. U. K , vviil have a festival and public installation at Belpre oil Tuesday, Dec !4lh, 1660. A gl and parade will take place from then Hail Kt 2 o'clock P. 31., parading Lhi ough the pi inciple sU eels, iheiici to Siono's Hull (t.-rmeriy use lor .Republican club room), where prom inent speaker will be j>r?seni lo ad dress them. A cordial inviiaiion -s i exl* nded to : 1', especially other Lodges and members ot thai Order. Me ituers ol other Lodges will be admitted to the le&inal lree ot charge. The Walking Bkaai from now uuiii January 1, 1662, lur 62 cash. VOLCANO SPECIALS. Tin* ineinb. r- ol tli" Baud h..ver nl? d a n tl fiiUd n |> a ro-?ui in Lii- i>iil Si colt Uoum-, wli. iv liioj in i-l ie?U'ar lor 1 1 si i ?i ?? 1 1 ? 'ii ami p a? tice. i d*-* aiiie^ Jti'e making jut angeunnl lo haVv a ^raiul l?s ( i val m?i* I heir L> in fit Mr. 1 1 --i t'?l 1 1 . tin- eiigi lieer tin ij. K. tV S II li"j?d iui- lend r< <? ui-. i v>iii iKii ion and lull i.-r iVx.is. L .l>? ui lliealrn-ais 1 1 1 1 > ?'c> k Tnank.-giving Day was gencrall} f(l Win 0 Brien i Mid lias been I u l 4i J work. Mr. Ii. 1J Tnumoii.-. has gone io work in earnest. 11 nry Tuiiinous com | lains of having more wurk lluui lie can do. Died, Sunday Nov. liSut, alter an 1 1 n os ol almiil lei. days. Mi'- young sl child ol Mr \\ i i I ia in McGonigcl, aged 1!' months. A r.. til ? I'tc inaich h>r i urkeys came otl last wa k. IteUben Was the will ner ol three The ?iew Orleans .Min.xlit.lti are lulled lor l*i I lay in^ht. Mr. SjHfk Bibbee killed eleven panridget* at oiio shot ihe oilier da} and who can beat il. Oil holds up at two dolhirs. Tni> is tlio Hie b si news 1 can coinniuni i ati ; solid and cheering 'o Ihe j?ro d iieel'S. Th-rt is the usual amount of dril I i U4 i;OI 114 oil . Mi. George Wallers and Prank Matthew* Will leave lor the (.? ddeii ' Mate neX Week. Tile} shipped I llieir drilling tools to day. lnduee incuts are boin^ held out to exinr* leneed oil in 1 , as tne show lor on is good on tile l'ueitie siope. I' lie opo.-sum f.rop has been good and numOers 1 1 a v u b en secured. Holiday good* are l>et;i 11 11 1 iiif lo decorate the windows, and make.- [ ? lie ie? I as il he would like to see (Juris Kingly. Mr. VViuuan and William NoIcm acli io.t t a i-oioe lroiu ej izootie lasi wet k. Mi*. John Showalter butchered a Hue lot ol tuitions 011 W dne-dav". i'ork is coining Ireely inlo market at 5 and t> c per pound. Heel by Hie quart- l-, 5 and 7 c. Parties wh > are not jihle to go a whole hog or quartet ol beet pay Uieold price, 6 lo 12 c. Several weddings on hand; leap year will soon he pa t. W. S. Bernard is Siiperinli-n ling the StUelo Wells Mr. Samuel Sl?-ele oas lei I on '< Visit lo Ills old 1 1 ? > 111 T .e lovers of the "light lautaMic" vii| give'ii dance in ttie Ulall during 1 ne nolidays. Ti> ruin iv d that we will be la vored wtin street preacuiu.' this w 1 liter. M ink is frozen, pencil worn out ami paper a i I gone. S~*nd some or 1 will quit scribbling. 1 It i ver I! i i> pics. River 0 fe? t 3 inches, ml rising I jioinl tu-u.iv u iioou. T ?ce has been rum in 4 <>ui heavily 1 t>?r several days, u.in-li t ? thedeiri 1 ment of bouts on their up trip Th" ice is reported as havtii<; run out ; ahr.ve and th*' river will soon be in .1 good boating condition. 1* tie E mna (jrah.in t ed up here luring t-he freeze and paid oft her : er<-w, who became di>sati>fi d and brought proceedings against tlie boat on the plea that s ic would lot turuish theiu tran?p nation home, l he ca-e is in U. S. C??mini>sinnei (lutchinson's hands. Th- boat will ei. ntest the validity ol the claim She Ml fwr Piltfburg on Tuesday ever iii?r. The Wail City took a lighter and went to Gallipolis on Tuesday cVv 1 ? I 11 if The S'-ntia will b-? up to ni^lit (Sutuida\) oil the Katie Stockdalu' t line. The Hudson went down : t noon nwday on uiic of the best t.ips she i'Vui' made, and reports the river ?s co nparatively clear of ice above The Buckeye Statu will bo uj? on Monday afternoon. The ice run out ol the Kunawh i >n Tuesday and the pacts Is aiv igain running on lime. Salt Valley lor Ironton, to mor row (Sunda\ ). The St. Lawrence name up this m<>rmn; with her wheel" prell\ t).;dly u-ed |>. Site is stilly I y 1 1 ? it i!ie wharf at the pieseut writing The Cnesap<ake came up tin* morning and is lying at the whari. The Diurnal start?d 1 r Wheeling ast night, but bad to lie up at Ma netta. S -veral tows of coal went down yesterday and to-day. Two tow boats with empties are lying at the head "f "Blauny" Wait lor t he riv- r to clear. The Siockdale which ha-< been * V i " ? al Bellaire, started for Pitts-' ourg on Thursday. I he Andes started from Kate's U-ick where "he was frozen up, to Pittsburg, on Thursday. The ni'iuth of the Little Kanaw ha iias been quite an iiurbor lorb?at i<>r sev. ral weeks uast. As man) as lo boats being lied up there at one time. The 1'iilsbur. papers stale that a fie. t ot tows, caraying over 3,000 UOU bushels ot c*?al, will come down on the present rise. ?o? Henky's catholic Sai.vk.? ' The best Salve ii. liit' world lor cuts, In iiisi^mmp^I'i. cers, hall rlieuiu. teller, chapped hands dills : nitons, imiiis .iiid jiil kinds oi skin eruption, < hvckles and pimples. The salve is uuunui- ' toed l<> siVf perfect satisfaction ill every case or money refunded. lie sure yoli ??et "lleiuy's t'aibolie Salve," as all others are bui iinilatloli. l'ricv 15 cents. For sale by all druggists. St. Mary's lias had but one mail | in t?.ii days. How woul I this agree with with some ol our- youngsters woo go to the pjsl office alter the arrival ot every mail and not get lauylhiug. r/:nso\A%s. I linw iison. a little son, a l>*y just Hvcilav ' olii; 1 | He r.uin- to us lust Tiii'sd.ij\ my fei'I.u-s Will I I'Ollllol, I "" ' I'or iiu-iv is umisual weight about tlmi baltt ol nuiii-, ?Ho t i | si!,.- t)-am at tin 12 pohnd notch, ami wife is (Jmim line. U i-.Uo U\ I'ltOM I'^ON, Kit. Mr ^'ait \V..riv. . I ll ia- 1 Fri d iy, for tvSiJllt,v,||t, v. ||iut, |,.f r'"' * i? his fui^ro I) 1 1 in i - , Wait i? ji> I 1','iyiv warn, f.r.-n lis '""l "Hl?'Vr|, 1,0 |.A. 1k.v.I( with u- bill a .short ii,lk4 ^... a** to y?in, old ic I o\v War I t'll .s.jrlu il waVs ? d Ins Ii.hhI ,na i. a certJL< dovr.'. 1 1' mi* as !h- m (Veil uiil "? n Km': "lay inurniii^; Inil, is .she [Was till in ihe .inn-. ol .U n pheus i availed liotlllllg. Cillllli l ito* A Miss Harris, of Park'psbu/p, is visuiiur tin* Misses Tailip.? Ka ciiswood Ni-w.s" Mr. William Lonsn c}d wife who li.'Vo ocen vi>ilni^ tl*Tr child- ( r> n in I'.diin i a, Mo., returti'd homH . * i lie oi lire da\ . C'<>uii>f!| ?r Waller S. SJids, ? f Pai kersbur^, wao in I o cil)>yct>ler ?lay. " j I'm in mi Kano, tlit! fa-Qnatin : iiltle 1 1 1[ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 > ^ j.-rker i i"i >di linkers ? 'ii i iT. ^as in l re ritv "Vi r J'inday M ke II ? txland, ol Ihe \V . IJ; T. C A lio ,s a sister in-lavv lo 'iVyuni)'s nad it i in uiultM* i> i- proieelinu.wi nr. B ar ? bear. ? Maneiia Timn*j .M issu Man and Annie M prison, d Oli.o, arc visilinif iheir Mstur Mrs B. F Tooiiiak r Dr. Pride, denii*t, of Rirkcrs bur' , was in low u Monday. Mrs. >V. G. H aion has jono t" rarUoisburif lo r? main this winter Bill Slew li t of 1 1 1 c Pal fcersbur^ Ferret I company, came down Satur day alter Win Heaton's crcp o beasts. He collared them imi look ' hem ii |> witli h ? in , the company vV ! 1 1 now be heeled. ? Kavenswood .N ews A. Woodard, of Pa r k ?? r>l> n r ?r, is visiting friend* here. ? Now Mar insvill.i M fj-Heiigur. hd Warnick. ef Kanawlit? St i? lion was in to see llie Crileiiiii iast Ili?r||t. ('has Price and B Bufircs* wlio "as been in the Stale 3i J.Yxas re urncd on the Wyoming ike other ?lay. Tiic southern hrriSi'S didn't seen*, to ."isjreo with lliem Ed Wi lia ins is operator at the Ireii^'il depot. Al Iladdox and Jim Shufelt. oi Volcano, were in town a couple of days this Week. Delectivo Morris, of Sprinyti Id. 0 iio, Was in town 'Mi 1)11*1 II. >S in ins pro (..??? ion tins we-k. I'* ainiis m^tos.e the 1) fcliv.* loloj^rapu ?villi liis i.y,? and loell). K liiors Were in l lie city this week ! thick as mosqnitixs in Auiiu-i liud each of tin m made us a plea>?. | mil call. There w i? rosy ch? eked liockhidd, <d th.' Wirt Co Appeal who stated that his was simply a business trip T i-mi Uir re was th< ) ^ and l.il " K. 1. 4 to ot^t+r Li i oner Co R.-view, who has been in tliscity sewral weeks, living ln\* urmu-ly on the ample loriune lie milassed on the R -view. There <vav 1 he ^iif, ?ix looter furktM' D'onoerai , man. Birlh'tl, whoso avowed pur? i use in coming to town was lo ere | ale a sensation anion the I dies. ? ! llu kmaii of tlii*. \\ est (Jnion R cord was the (]iiivle<i o| the erovxd and very bashlul. Pivttyumn, (.1 Hi Si. Mary's Observer wa- hunting h ? Journal men lo square up tlu-ir it Ie ? ampai^u imbroglio. Thai's ri^ht, gentleiuen, lei brotherly low > x si anion;' you. Call u^ain, and we will make it pleasant lor you. Mon Jackson is hoine on a short visit. Miss Mary M oris n, of Ohio, i> vi*iiiiiif at I lie resiu<'iieu ol her sis ter, Mrs. F. B. Toothaki r. D puly Marshal G B. G bbens, ol Pai kersbut'i- , was in town tni week' ? Fairmont Index. Reunion op thr Ladies' Ciiari taule Association^ ? A number ? >1 i lie ladies dI this tiiy held a meel i it !?? on last Tim rsday evening, and tunned an organization under the above ti'le. Tliey will give a grand nanquot in one of the principal iiail>, not vet divided on.*-n Wednes day evening, December 29ih Tile arrangements arc bein?; made on such a scale that will make ii one ol, it not the choiee-l afl'.ir of th< kind ever held in Pai ker>j>urg. ? Another met ti iiiC will bo held on mxt Tuesday evening to lurthcr ma ure arrangement*. The pro eeeds will be given to a very worthy object. REsri'ED Ki:?si mm ni? The lollowin st ii.'ui.-in <>|' W illi. na I. t ou-iiilin, ni Sdiii erville, .Muss, is so remarkable that we to ask tor ii t he alien lion of our readers, lie says; "In the fall ol IsTn I was taken with a violent bleeding of the limits followed by a severe cotiiih. 1 soon lii'gnii to lose inv appelit- and ilesh. I wis so weak at one lime linn 1 could not leave my heil. In the suinnier id' 1S77 I was admitted lo the rnv Hospital. Wlillc there the doctors said Iliad a hole in my left lung as Inrush ball dollar 1 expeiidrd over a hundred dollars in eoc tors and medicines. I was so f ir youc al one time a report went around th.it I was dead 1 uaVe ll|i hope, hut u Iriend told lile of l)il. W M.I1A Idi'.s ISA USA M MJitl'llK Lli.Nijs, 1 laughed al my Iriends, thinking that my ease was i curable, hill I uoi a home t ? sal.s*. fy ihein, lo my surprise and ??rati Ileal on, | eommeiieed lo feel heller. .My hope one tlead, began lo rev;ve, and to-day 1 teel in hettter spirits than 1 iiave the past three years '?i wrile this hoping . mil will pubildi it, so mat i vei v one alllicled Willi Diseased Limns will be induced to note 'Dr. William Hall's iialsuiu lorlhe Luugs, 'and he eon vi neetl i hal I'oiisuiiipliou can iieeuivd. I nave taken two hollies and can positively say thai il has done more not id loan ail i he oilier medicines 1 have lakeu since my sickliest. My cough has almost entirely disapp-ar> <1 ami I shall soon he able to yo to worK." .Sold by ail dru^ Silsts. Tlie other day ai a wedding ccro inony when the minister had ^one tli rough the usual form and had propounded the question, "Willy?,n lake tins wo nan t?? bo your la -?> I u I and wedded wile," etc , the groom answered with a great deal ol em barrassment and choking, ?')nu , bet!" *i f *ii f I ? Mil d Bloodhound by Express ^ The CleVcIn ml Plain Dea'er. o [ Xuri-nih. r ft -a,, , Xpres. . I ? ? I cunt Iinn^ :i lar^e p.ekinj.' I a?e drov lip (o tuc entrance of l|>( Acidcmy , I .\J u-ie hisi ni^lit aboil ' en o clock lill? I .Mr Diaper. lllan.ig. r ? I lut Um-'C Combination v* as ("ilicil f.,r As t*io expr MMimn ^MttToui.ds With h? aid. . '! . ^T-iiini; th? i in (vris'oii tnent o some live animal. A curious crow d collected around llie Wagon anu eager quo ii s passed fio';. inu lit t< mouth; MVnat is ii?" i*l> ii aiiw?'' * A boar, maybe." etc,, e'o As the box was being slid I ruin ilio wagon the expressman lost hn grip and the heavy e?*o dropped to the pavement with a crash. There w s an instant oi uncertainly and l ten . large monster sprang from the debris. The crowd ail seat tend i* ? ^ 1 1 1 and left except Mr. Draper, whustmd hi-' ground and received ilio all cmniatc but rather rougl. < aivs-es ? i) oil'- ot 1 1 1 i in meiise'bl* ?>??! lion nds which are used in the pei lurinaiice. Mr Draper has h'Ui ol I be in and this is one that bad been left at Ii o in c tor some weeks, bein .* shipped to h i in here. Wiien Mr. Draper had quieted the anima' aini leassui'ed I lie crowd that he was perfectly ?rc?i!u, only deliglit d ai being released from his narrow quarters hi the packing case, a cil'eleul admiring -pectulors closed around an ? ciiically discussed the uiajeMi ic animal. '' This company p?rfoims at Ii ?>e Opera Hall, on Tuesday evening, Deeem b- rtln/7'b. Admission 25 and 35 cents. K ? s- rved sea s f)J ci ills, lur sale ai VV diiams' drug ? tore. The notorious burglar, Thomas Parker, who stole some articles ol jewelry and oilier things irom the re id e 1 1 ces of Dr. Dcvul and ltobi j L tile some time yjjo, an ai-cunt ol which was givwii in the Beam and who was awaiting trial hi our jai ? ? inee the robbery, was taken to Ouio by Die live Noriis. lasi Thursday. lie :s a yonug man >i . b, >u t 27 years ol age. yet lie is con si cred one ol the worst cl article!'* in Uiiio. He had been ser/irir a lenn in tin.- Penitentiary, and at th? j ?iine of his escape bad six year more to serve lie says he has a | ister placing in the Alice O.iLes | Combination. Tiu> Western J 1 1. -lira I ice Co., ol loronlo, Can., lvpivsonl -d bt O j Branch, ??indts setliemciil I uii S. M. P dloek, p yiii4 iho lull iiii"Uitl <?! in-urance ion <1 iV"' afii-r i lie I) rn i hit ol Ea.'le .\I lis Tin* Wo??loi'n Insurance Co., Ii..d llic in | -lira i if" in. giain,?5UU Tin* Ger j ? nan Am.-rican ol N. V and Fire A rn- a ? ion uf Philadelphia SlUOU ?*noi> . on binding. As hi jo ii as *> litem lit is made with i h<-m, the protabilil) i> mat i lie mill will be rebuilt. Elocutionary Entertainment lSy l be (J asHuS mid r tin' ciis. r<f? of MISSKS HOOD AND UiSliON, ot Phda iolpnia, ? AT ? ROSE OI'Kll V HALL. '/ hurs'lity atlJ Fi i .'iiy, December 9//t and iO//t, 1S60. General Adniissiou * 25 c. UiiiMreii's Tickets 15 ?*. Unserved Seats 35 c. R *8ei'V d Seals at Williams' Di ug Si ore. <?? - A Beam matt dropped nto tin* A very si reel school building to day and loti nd the finishing touches be nig put on. There are lour larg< and cOiiforlable room in the bund ing will two large hallways; one it | ? and the other down stairs An im proved method *j I healing has been I ail ")> led. Tne seats were being put hi ind are ot a lately improved pat I tern. The bu Iding is a model ol workmanship. - ? Shake 'em Up ? When the Liver i* diseased, llien Fever and Air tie -i ep-i in to "shako Vm up '' To avoid I h i> m:il idy, when yon find your Tongue I'oated, your B idy : i iid Limits Paining, Ahpetite ??otu\ 10 yes Yellow. Had Breath, Feet Colli and that you are BilioU", C ni^hiii^. miserable anil generally sick, takr no medicines; us>.' Dr. Flagi's lm proved Liver and Stomach Pad and *h.- lie tlie Shakes, Mr. William U Crawl >rd and M i-s G rlrudo File! er were mar ri. d :tt the rividoni'C of the bride' parents on Avery street last Tnes day niijht. The int ir was held a; Mr S. B Ciawlord'f, brother oi the trrooui, last iiiffht, d a very enj lyable time was had by all who were present. 0".r rates are lower, compar atively, than any j?n p? r publissh eil in the State. 0\S1 and get our prices and advertise your business. We ask for a share of the public patronage. We will insert advertisements in this paper aud in the Ritchie Democrat, lor the same terms named lor one paper alone. A chance id new offered to adver tisers to avail themselves of two first-class mediums, both tarrying large circulations. The Walking Beam has a La HUE circulation in the Oil Regions of West Virginia, over /twenty times the circulation of j any other p iper. This paper is the oil man's special friend and ^advocate, and the advantages ot advertising herein is plain to be ' seen. Our circulation extends through a country that immedi ately beneiils Parkers burg. I Some of our yonnir folks will giv< :i Clia Hi v Lall Hi-XL Monday nighl 1 1 in)* i lu- bCii til ol Mr Burm the bu?r ? ! pipe musician who I'll and broke ? I 1,1 |.-tp III) ih is side walk on S'Xlh street sometime ago an aerounl ol which was given in the Beam \V. understand Mr. Ro>e has.-*"* 1 i . .. i,? ? IS C'X? sen led t'* K'l tii.ein-' j live ^ -- ? '? . , . . Till- mills are all lively an 1 doin,; u go?d business. s New .m prove m. i is have been made M the (.,.Hbn tf M'" carpento- shop, and .team healing p.p.-s have been pi in, mak'iiK i' more comfortable Lite workmen. . The Sunday even,.,* loo ?,ro? dilive.ed by I'albrr h. M. Hitk'ry at St Navior'-Chnrch are inlt'iicely interesting. Subj'Ct i to-n?orr?w evening: ''II >w to Know O iI'h Revealed lruth. About two month* a^o a va i lia ble wa.ch was stolen lromlaul Co .k. The watch Inm been diseoV^ ? n d :.nd I tie guilty part'es :IIlUvvi|| |,c arre^-d. It n- said the) have been considered very respect able. ? ... ? The following lines were written in memory of poor "F>ddler. who i umed up his toe* and departed Ins life raih-r MidJi nly one day Iiiki week. 11 is r. main* were de? poMtei in their final re-tin* place, a?,i two Murkut street young la i lies mourn his early demises I'fior "KidUler" was si playful cat, !? mint t lit: lit. <hlli'4 <?l the ,u' L!U* . Go "li tbo Bt-i and lllll. to the el iculiotiary cn erlainment. Magazines, Sheet Music, and Peri .,dica7> of every description bound ill neat and durable, sipleat lark .?rcbu rg H >ok Bindery, 4o Ann bt., up stairs. lioren.ai.'s Sweet Vermifuge has aiin -st entirely taken the place ol ?ther \ermiluics. Being so p^ls ;iul to lake and so certain to cttcet relief where worms exist it is now the favorite w irin medicine. It i i.repaivd at th? drug slore of W . 1 Bore.nan it Co., Market street.? Price, 25 cents. li. M Eccles. with P. W ? Boslay. Wheeling, made his regular bunt uess trip oour ciiy last Saturda} and Monday. Keeks is full of bus III ess, Mid IS well hk- d by ??ur mer .-hauls lie is buihiinsr up quite an exienslva trade lo. bis hou>e in onr eity. The Walking Beam from now until J.i ii u iay 1, 183-', for 82 cash James \V Oady has erected a ..lied and put up a new sign 'n front ( ot hi- meat Shop oil sixth suvet. L make a specialty of Blank B ?? k for J u-oices La vyrs, S.ier tts unit C.erKs L'-lTal Blanks -an bo Siip lied by iviin-uing mail Solid tor prices. G B.G.bbens, 45 Ann St., Upstairs Park?-r*bursr, W \ a. MeBraer and Dougbery brands, ,,1 whiskies. the best in the market, at Johnny Buseh's. The Walking Beam from now until Jain.iry 1, 1882, for $2 cash. . J?\ r a lull I i do ol Drills ail- Fam ily Medicines; .70 to -Reilf-nyder & Co.'s. No. 99 Ma-ket Si. TAKE THIS PAP ER 7 0 YOUR HOME-READ IT HAND 1 1 TO YOUR NEIGHBOR, AND 46'A HIM TO SUBSCRIBE. S. L. Addison & Cd., bo>k sellers and stationers, keep a speudid slock. 1 1 you have nuvor examined the Wliito si'wuisf machine do so at oii'm:. Fitzhugh & Hunter, 78 Mar ket si reel. llannison & Co 's in the place for harira'ns in dress goods, boot'*, shoes and clothing. Opening new goods every day. ?-irJ. A. McV; y is an authorized agent to act lor and receive money on account of the Beam. Van A. Zevely. "Durno's Catnrrh Snuff" cures catarrh and all .ol'i'Ctioas oi the iiniciious mcini.raue. A ti n- assortment dI U;ilr Brushes md Combs at lieifsiiyder &, Co.'s,99 Market St. DR.UUEEN'S OXVGEV ATED HITTERS iiu a cheap md simple remedy lor Dyspep sia and ISiili nsiiess in all tneir woist lorm-. II is a wi'l known prep. irai Ioii, and lias been known and endorsed by puysicians t<>r many years and lias been u*?ed liy t.iousaiids ol snlterers in all parts of the Wurld as a stall - dard and reliable remedy. J1 ive you tried those easy chairs at Warne & Go's furniture house. "I)r. Moll's Liver fills are the best cathar tic regulator. The Walking B?am is the newsiest p iper in barker* burg. The Beam has an immense sale in the city. Tnis paper on sale at Brown's The Walking Beam from now until January 1. 1882, for cash We will esteem it a favor if in islers in the city and vecioity will lurnish us with the subjects ul their sermons for each week's publication in the Beam. Such notices may inert ase the sizp ol iheir eongregat ; inns. Toilet articles o! every descrip tion. ran be had at Heitsnyder & Co.'s. 99 Market St. | Johnny Busch has the finest saloon I ! in town and keeps the finest liquor! I Uak Kit's I'ain Panacea cures pain I i Alan ; | aiidlieasi. for use Menially and internally ' | 'T?r. Ki?Ker"s Vegetable Worm Syrnp" in i Waidly de>ti.iys worms and removes the iw I cietions which cause I hem. 1'aUK KKSBL'ltG. XoV. 11, 1SS0. 1 hereby certify that the Home I Mutual Aid Association, of Zanes I vilie, Ohio has paid me the money 1 for our son James M. lliett's insur ' anee in Paid company in lull for all I due him, and we hereby recommend ii? the public ihc above named com- 1 ! , raiiy as pro j.pi and reliable. Hannah IIiett. I Corporations and Rail Roads lur-: ni.-hed with U.ai.ksand Blank Books 1 at CiiJ prices at the iJarkersburg i Kh.uk Book and Legal Blank Man ufactory, 45 Ann Street Up Stairs. 1 lliiMi^d? ai gPEgM^M ? ? ? Thco. of the Sentinel was down i at the levee th.j other day and saw a married -.ouple, a lone jack and ? iltrce triplets, wafted away to the Ohio shore and he was impressed. 1)oy) be ajai mod, ut town* I . v^?owners wpuld -jjtM'' up that many whr<1s with their address in columns of the Bkam it would sur prise them to see how soon those houses would be Hettjd." Justices ol the Peace, Lawyers, Sheriffs, and Clerks of Courts sup plied with Blanks, Legal and Rec (II (I Books at Ci>y prices. Address Purkt rslmig Book Bindery, 45 Ann Street. Up stairs. New railings have been pnt around the platform in front of Crust Smith's jewelry store. At the present writing it is rain ing heavi.y and the indications are th:jt there will be a big river. "Fatty" Doian left for Washing ton last Thursday to resume his old positi n ii the Post Office De partment. She will mourn for you until your return. Jim bays he will take care of her. On the 14th the ladies of the South Methodist church will give a fair and festival. Those hangers of tbe B. & 0. flro artistically designed and beautiluliy printed. The Senlinol tnd Jour.ial are again spatting at each other. At present the Sentinel is on top. Ti e J hn Tnompson Dramatic Troupe will appear at Coluraoia Op<ra House ott December 24tb, under the management of Tool Huff. Congress meets nex*. Monday. A. N. ZEVELY, 710 E Street, Washington, D. C. Attends to business before any of tbo De partments, collections, t tc. PLAGG'S IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I Never Gets Hard. Can be Made any Strength Desired. Last Tivice as Long. Diseases Cured withcut Cruftiag the Syitea. CURES Chills and Fever, ^ Liyer Complaint, |; Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Nervonsness, Rheamatism, Costiveness, Female Weakness, Sick 4 Xerroui Headache. L These Pads Cure all Diseases by Absorption. No Noxious Pills, Chls, or Poisonou* Medicines are taken into the Stomach. The l'ad< arc worn over the Pit of the Stomach, covering the iireat Nerve Centres, also the Liver and Stomach. A Rentle Vegetable Tonicis absorbed intnthecirnilationoftheBloodand Liver, purify int: the l)lro<l. siimulatinRtheLiverand Kidnevs to healthy action, and strengthening the Stomach to diRe*t food. j'niCE 07 Pads $1 and $3 each. Sold by all Druggists, or sent by Mall or Express. Manufactured at CO &_tl Xoktk Liberty St., Ialtimobi:, ?m. IN the third year of its existence, to SALES AMOUNT TO 54,853 Machines. NO OTHER MACHINE EVER HAD SUCH A RECORD OF POPULARITY. Zt is tho Ligfctest-Eunnin?, Easiest Scllin?, anl Best Satisfying MacMner IN THE WORLD. Agents wanted. For terms, ad dress White Sewing Machine Co., CLEVELAND. O.