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■bw* «>uf-n*> rmut nut past ow m tr*
aoon m»« rw war.
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ümoAT. McniBn «. îi»£
Thk cIom »ou» by «kick the Prmkicacf
nt «o« thia year »ill aerve » very useful
|vpo»« if it -h»ll imprrM upon «II parti«*
the n«esaif j of grrater care a* to the prep
aration ofticheta I« at Wast halt a dozeo
* of the State« enough blunders and informal
hie« have been discovered to have changed
the re«aI im« wnv or theo:her bad the mar
gin bten a» small a« it was in New York;
and in every Sta'e without exception there
ia al» at» mure or lew of careleaane« in thu
reject. No« that we have aeen that a
President may be elected and the whul«
polx j of the (jovernmeot reversed by bare
Ij 1,100 votea, we should certainly realize
the great importance of guarding against
tecLmeal errors by which ballots duly caat
ma; be invalidated, and the result of ao
election made to tarn upon considerations
that maj reallv defeat th<* popular will
THK UKt'OKT Oil TAXATION.
Tv the Editor of Ihr Rryultr.
We regret a disposition mannest in cer
tain quarters to excite a prejudice against
tie reports of the Tax Comm:s*on. Thii
subject, above all others, ought to be kept
free troai partisan influences.
It requires abo*u $600.000 to defray 'he
annual expenses of the State government,
ai d the problem is to adjust taxation so
thai each and every item of property «ill
contribute in proportion to its valae. The
Preliminary Keport, pnblished last June,
exhibiting, a* it «Joe«, a vast amount ot im
partial investigation, re:!-ciion and study,
does great credit to the Commission. Tnû
report has been rend by all persons who pre
tend to keep themselves informed about
pulic nailers, and th»»y will remember that
the Commission promises that fifteen cenü
on the one hundred dollars will furnish a
aiilCcent reveuue. provided such laws be en
acted acd enforced as will equalize taxation
and reach the iuvialble per>oual matter now
(scaping th» »vv»>ur.
It u notorious that a rast quantity ol
property is not listed tor taxation and there
ia a p'pular and increasing demand foe
some tttective legislation, because when any
item ot property goes untaxed an additional
burden is placed ou such property as caa
sot escape.
In some of the States little or no effort
has been mad«- to assess personal property
and any contra«! between the amoaut ol
personalty listed for taxation in Pennsyl
vania, for example, and the amount which
ought to be listed in West Virginia, is illu
WHT and misleading. The Constitution ol
Pennsylvania is unlike ours and her tax
system differs so entirely that no one who
examines these subjects sufficiently to write
with intelligence will attempt a comparison.
The constitution of thia State has en tab
lished a 8}»U»m ot taxation which imp^ra
tively demanda three things: (I) Tiiat
taxation shall be equal aid uniform in
each part ot the State, viz if the State col
lects twenty ceats on the hundred dollars in
Ohio county, she shall collect twenty cents
on the hundred dollars in Webster county.
('J) That all property shall be tax»»d accord
ing to its value, via: each and every item ol
property .»hall pay a tax in proportion toits
value, and, (.t) I hat no species of property
shall be taxed higher than any other species
of property of equal value.
There are a few perrons who believe that
the community would prosper best if invisi
ble property, such as notes, stocks, etc.,
were exempted from taxation and the en
tire revenue raised bv a tax on real estate,
but it is highly improbable that this theory
which has beer, repudiated in every State ol
th>- l-pion, will be seriously advocated by
any practical man in an agricultural State
like West Virginia. We vent ire the pre
diction that since public attent on has b«»en
directed to this matter the Legislature,when
it meets in January, will earnestly endeav
or to give lull force and effect to that pro
vision of the Constitution which require«
that all property shall be taved according
toits vailue. Vinukx.
Fur Speaker ut the Mon«« of Delegate«.
KUtor lUguirr.
Rommct, W. Va., December I, 1884.—1
se* in your issue of the 1st inst., the claim:
of Col. Whit« and Thomas H. I'ennis, Ksq
urged for tbe speakership of the next house
V fcile 1 have nothing to s»y against tht
ability of these gent.emeu. we I>emocrau
on er in this section think that we are enti
tied to some recognition, and that the
speakership should be given to us. For
that petition the l>emocratic banner count?
of Hampshire, with ber 1,312 Democratic
majority, presents the name of Henry B.
(iilke. on, wl o »oi.Id make an efficient pre
aidirg officer. He was a meui bei
o! the last House and has had an exper
ience m the legislature which mother of the
other g* ntlem- n has. Is not this due to
this section with it« very large ltomocratic
vote? Or does tbe party expect us to save
it with our vo'es and yet be ignored in the
distribution of its patronage? Ought not
the other sections of the State to conced«
this claim and elect Mr. Gilfceson ? Ohio
county furnished tbe Speaker ot the lasl
House aud ought not te ask it now. The
Greenbrier section has now • lull share ol
the offices and the capitol. and ou*ht to b«
sali»tied. Jt STICK.
Robbe<l of Four Hun<lre<l Dollar«.
Charleston Times: Mr Joseph Heeder,
who lives at Loup Creek, savs he was ac
costed by two men on the railroad, about
hall way between here and bis place yester
day evening and robbed of abont four hun
dred dollars. Mr. Reeder came do vn on
the passenger train yesterday from Nutile
burg, «here he had gone to draw some
mouvy on a school dratt. Meeting some
acquaintances here he stopped over and
walked on down the railroad in the evening.
When within about two mile» of home he
Bays be saw two men setting on the rail
road some distance before him When he
got to where :hey weie they both confronted
him with re*«>1 vers and ordered him to throw
up his hands, which he did. Thev then
marched him a short distance up a hollo*
and robbed him. Mr Heeder thinks he
could identify one of the men, thoagh both
had handkerchiefs over their faces.
A ReHgtou« Caper.
S. lot** i'rivlr-Urmtcrai.
We yesterday expressed astonishment
that Texas should give a Democratic mv
iority ol 134,000 notwithstanding the very
large circulation of the Gk>beT>enocrat in
that State. Since then we have examined
some statistics and find that there has been
• very large increase in the membership of
all ctthordox dénominations in Texas in the
past four years. This shows tnat the peo
ple of Texa-r gard the G lobe-1 democrat as a
religions rather than a political guide. We
accept the amendment.
Ott of fuit. I«* far ta* f re*ekU
Ä» Vor* Av.
Mr. Jay Gould does not appear to be en
gaged in sorting Cabinet and Judiciary
timber as actively as he wonld have been
bad tbe official canvass of tais State verified
the Associated frees productions.
Lh porta at Discovery la Taxas.
iWbii fciijmi
If) in proportion to size, a man could hol
ler as lood as a baby there would be no
seed oi telephones in this country.
W*at Ha Is Tkaakfal Far.
The new cider is just beginning to get old
•aoogh to make it good, and wicked to
dr.r.i
I
YOUTH rtL CB1WX1U.
Bow Wm* M«t*1 »»■<!■> Operated I'paa
U< Mt>da «tJoa« Charleston Boy«.
CWfcO 1mm.
For several wecica part Mr. S. S. Moore,
tike DewttlrHler, at tbe coruer of Sum
mer* and Virginia streets, Hm been miaa
ir( articka ol value from hia atore. A
tKroogh invalidation failed to thro« any
hght upon th* mvsterr, and a few daya
afro Mr. Moore place tue matter in tbe
hand* of Officer Lee of the Kureka De
teteclhe Agency, who aoon aucceeded in
fixing tbe guilt upon aeveral small boys
in the city, of respectable parentage.
When questioned about the robberiea
a hich lad been going on for a month or
bo, not wren ceasing while Mr. Moore waa
Mari-hing industriously tor the perpetrator»,
or.e of the lada informed Mr. Lee that he
wax not at liberty to indulge any aecreia,
the bo«a having agreed not to tell on each
other Further investigation developed the
fiact that tbeee youngatm, of whom there
arv half a dozen, ranging in age from ten
to fourteea tears, had banded tnemselve#
together for the purpose of imitating tbe
milder exploita of Jesse James and the
Younger Brothers. The desire for this ro
mantic lite, it was discovered, was kindled
in the minds of tbe boys by the perusual of
auch papers a* the Police Ga
zet;e, 1'olice News, Day'a Doings
and bood and thunder dime
novel stories. The reporter to whom the
foregoing facts were related was also in
form» d that the«* urchins had a rendezvous
in an uiifrequeuted part of the city in which
tLey met tor the purpose ot arranging their
plana lor tbe future, depositing their booty
acd plating carda. Of an evening, it is
alleged, they would gather around a card
table for the purpose of enjoying a few
hours' diversion with the paatebonrds and
improving ib**ir usually depleted exchequers.
1* tore beginning tne game each one
would draw a revolver from hia pocket
and place it in a convenient position
before him on the table. In this way,
it is said, these thoughtless, unguarded
boys passed most of their time. It fa to be
hoped »hat they will be dealt with mercifal
Iy. Had their parenta watched over them
with greater care the trouble brought upon
them by the conduct of these boys would
have b*en unknown The fact that boys
alo are not shielded from temptation by
heme influence go astray is not to bo won
d< red at. The avenues in this city leading
to evil are so numerous and the efforts to
keep the rising generation out of them so
frail acd feeMe that the boy who has th«
courage to walk well and wisely iu life,when
left to himselt'is a beruot whom his parents
may juatly feel proud.
I>enr« it nun
Recently a letter from a regular corres
pondent appeared in the»« columns con
taining »hat was evidently intended for a
juke on two well known and popular gen
tlemen tf this Siate. One of the gentle
men named writes the following:
pARkEKSBi R<;, W. Va., December 1,'81.
j F.'iitvr State Joirrnat:
In the ifciue of the Wheeling Rkoistkr
cl tLis date ;here is a communication from
Auburn. Ritchie couuty, bearing date No
vember 30, in which is tit-scribed a purport
id meeting or scene between Hon. Romeo
H. Freer and myself, between H arris ville
and Oxford in Ritchie c«unty. I desire to
say that I have -seen Mr. Freer once before
»he November election, and then only for a
few moments in the Ritchie Court House.
I never was at Oxford. I did not travel
with Mr. Freer. No such scene or conver
sation ever occurred between us, and while
J give political writers a great deal of lati
tude, 1 dfsire to say in this matter that the
reported occurrence is wholly false, and fur
ther, I denounce the writer of the letter a j
an it famous liar.
Very truly. Cut«'. T. Calpikij.
The other gentleman, Hon. R. H. Freer,
writes in about the same vein, and is equally
emphatic in his denials.
No Faith in the Kfpnbhcao Itoarbon*«
There are in the Republican party the
.«ame kind ot men who were among the Con
federates at the close of the war. They are
the I.'ob Toombses and the Jeff l>av ges of
the Confederacy. They don't want to sur
render, although tho war is over. The time
will come, however, when the Republican
party wiilbaveiis battles to fight.and the men
who did the fighting in the pa« and are
willing now to quietly acquiesce in the re
sult of the élection will then promptly come
to the front, while the high kiokcrs, who like
loombs and Davis of the Confederacy, do
r.ot want to surrender, will be the last to
offer their services. .
Let ThiiDia» (iwnibul and Pitt).
rhUi'l-lft/iif. Kr>mi.
Why should not Mr. Hendricks prance
around a little and orate? He is the first
oun in the country who, having been twice
elected Vice President, is obliged to com
press a double triumph into a »ingle pirou
ttte of exultation. The old gentleman has
! the best of reasons for his antics. Let him
skip, say we. His heart dances.
Life la tlir \Vit«l West.
M'iu.ti'nj/to» JT'/reNVit».
Fourteen warrants were taken out late
> oi.e evening recently in a Montana town
; for suspected horse thieves. The names
wi re not made public, and by daylight the
r>» xt morning nearly every prominent citi
| zen in the place had lit out for the ruoun
tains.
. ,—_ «
Tin- Nation'* Oulj Hope.
Wall street was buoyant yesterday. The
js ople are beginning to realize that th*
Stnate is a Republican institution.
Try 1-ansrdon'a City Butter Crackers.
« ikkii:i>.
>l'Y PA M -CHAPLIN K-On P«.>mbi>r 2. Hé»,
b) th>> Kot R. K. .»wr.pe, Joorii A. sodam, of
K it« City, Mo, to A>>a C. Ch vfLiNK, of this
f-«?
1--—
MATH(»E- On Friday mnli(. IVMbcrS, Ittt
»I tti Wo'rlotk, lDKitllKt Math-K, '« ICO» «1 tt»0
!«!••• lohn Matlue, in her >'th year.
Punirai will tak.« place at the residence of John
Fladtnjr, No. «4^ Se*ente» nth »tree*, Sunday all r
rtcon at 2 o'clock. Friend- ar, invited to attend.
('KUH -At Martiu's Ferry, IVcerorvT 5, Mr*.
F:<">»»*>«•« K.. wife of John K. «irier, and (laughter
<>! Mr. and Mr*. Kr«d. ( hart, lu tiie -->t'i year ox h-r
a#e.
P in«ral this Saturday a: 3 p a. Frl-nls ol the
umily .V» iorltc-I.
A CAKD -T» all who are suffering from tü« or '
ror> and indiv-reUuns of youth, n>r.-oua hmU<«,
early decay, lona of Ranhoud, Ac., I will apod a re
recipe that will cvre you, FREE OP CHARGE
This KTMt remedy was discovered by a miaücoary la
South America. Send aeU-addmwd eareiope to
A.WUI K( UIL\T.
j fj*t» RryUtT :
Annonce me as a csn.fMnt»» for the office of City
Sergeant, at Uie ensuit* municipal ekx-iion.
Kespevtluily, W. L. FPUATE.
! nellh
Ad nounoomont.
Fprro* &x»>mtkb: Pea*- announ-e CapL Wai
l'Hâte aa a candidate (or the n>-minatf*a for City
(•« rsetnl, aub ec« to Ue Wmocratic pruaartea. ani
obi I ne »any frien-<% na£ih
NOTICE.
1 JF YOC WANT AN ELEtrANT
Wedding or Party Cake,
Id thelateM New York style, by a taacy cake baker
j direct !rum New York city, go to
GEO. I^ DURST, .
r a ;«-rer to i art te» and Weddlags. 11 u Ma. «et St.
j ** ICECREAM the year roup I. de.V
For Salo.
A FARM IN SOCTH WEST MWiVHJRf. NEAR
line at st. Imm m i San Frond«-» Railroad,
a od aUx't six hour* ride from A Louis, rootaiaiif
twoluodred nana, of which sixty actea are uuder
culti-ann. balance in timber. ComioruUa bouse
and aul toulUtingfc thereon. Term« easy.
Addrvas S. n McCORMICK A BMl
de?« 1010 Mala Street, Wheeling W. Va.
For Sale or Rent
fj^HAT VERY DESIRABLE DWELLING SIT- ;
' ua'c on tha north title of ThLteeath »ue.H (form
erly llampdeo, I now occupied by R. B. Woods, Eaq.
. Pc nwaifin (téta April I. 1M&
Apply to HENRY K. LIST,
deîb l»t Mala Street
A OKXTSsocoetbinga -w. Karacbaoce.»>outlt ;
/V Irm Tri'«t»4ij. Empire Co., HI Otaal st».
Now Y ark. deJreowt ♦
NEW ADVIRTIMMMW
w
Ladt srlxk, egvphak qofrm, be
i nnct u4 hum (H»e» tMw
wa siim;. ia4 iwllr (Cain. Hounfroa
1 to » p. »!. No. » Hffcth riwrt. no<b»i*«
"VIT"ANTD—A GERMAN BOY ABOUT IS
IT ) wi of «fp. Muât »rit» a good hu>l, b#
com et aid actlte and «UOag M work, 10M Market
•traf. deSq
■ TA* I ED-A GOOl> HULL, ONE WHO CAN
t t cook. wt*h and Ir.n. Apply imxaediaWy at
92» Main *trwt. drir
Gl FNTLFMES'S BOX AND FRLT BATS
I renoralwd topreornt atyieeat in derate chargea.
I j y> m. Gralowaky, lb« FiactlraJ Hat or. HtUa
buryb, hk Iwfp jour ordert with Ne« York Hat
t<i«acbery. Tl H»te»-nt!> atreet Wheeling. poleib
For Sale.
BUILDISO LOTS. A VERT PK3I RABLE
Lot «a corner of Front in-) Ohio »treet, near
IrUige. cheap, tiuoü lotion VojU York iUtnl. WU1
acll any fumbrr ot feet deaired. ("«»en-roomed
hoc« ^Xo. tU<2 Eoff street. O. a BMITB,
Hrti calaU A g «at and Bioker,
) der«! i ICO Main Su««C
ifor Sale.
FIS* COACH-TOP, PLATFuRM, 8PRIÜÜ
I »men. Hiitable for k delter», retail git»*:, milk
or ^ak< /"» « agon. Ko rta-^aib'e offer rr!used. In
qnire at 221S Eoff Street, Wheeling, W. Va,
de6etj<lq
~CHRISTMAS BOXES.
FOB ALL KIM'S OF BOXE6, SCITABLE FOB
bumi.y snoolaaiid other entertalnnioutj .o
to the
WHEELING BOX FACTORY,
Corner Kourieenth tnj Sjuth a:rteU(o»er Frame:l'a
baidw^rr »toieA Ha>RT MOBKH,
dtCe «i»4rd Proprietor.
TWO HUNDRED BOXES
Of A/worUd glzea
FINE NEW LAYER FiSS
Juiit Received by
X. SOHÜLZ,
1319 MARKET STREET
Notice to Water Consumers.
Tmk Cm Watkb Boiip, )
Wukklixg, Ue<«mber 8. lMt f
11'ATï.R P.FNTS FuR THE r-TX MONTHS
1 > i-ridisg ii jii.b SI, 1W, iro no* Au an 1 pt;
aNrat theo'JVeot tit City Water Ko*rl, So. Ili*
Vain strttl. 1. |.*««1 on or before the\3!at diyof
l*cember, 1:"jt, a di«ct>ent .»f 10 p*.-r fit wiil He al
lovtd. AU\. Ci'i»KGÜAFF,
défis . Secretary.
"artistic glassware"
AND
FINE CHINA,
Suitable for Hulldy Gifta. Moco^r.uni, In tiala,
de., «atrav«<i to order.
EWING BROS.
Market St., oppt. alto Mr Lure Hou»e.
M
SPARERIBS,
BAiKBONE-,
TENDERLOINS,
SAUSAGE MEAT
DAILY AT #
I". SCHENK & SON'S,
1 ISO MA Ki^KT STICK KT, and at *ur StAlU, twc
«iitU aid Fifth ward icarketa.
>Yt v ill oflvr a special l-a/yaln (or a abort time:
.-voulue Meai at 80. JO per one hundred poanrU.
r.SCHENK db SONS.
"Öl*ERA HOUSE.
1 WO MGIITS.
Weenes:a) and Thur-diy,
December 10th and llth.
TukEM!>K>I TiU.KOIi.*,
FREDERICK WAROE
?«.; |0 ted ' i an Excellent Company, will a;«
pear ou WEI>NESl»Ar KVEXING In
MttkcptJUV'» Historical I'lay
in Kive Acta,
RICHARD III.
llii'RM'AV, Ivceniber II'b. I>ou' le Bill, Traget/
a.'.d Conn Jy,
Brutus, or The FaSioTarquin
•i.rp'.enj«nt«<l by Sb*l.«~.pe.jro's Clurminf Com*
tdy, afi-. ngid in Two Acta, entitled
KATHERINE AND PETRUCHIO.
Pti.-e* a.- UMiial. S-e it» i>n »ale Mo .d.i<-, IVcembor
tn, at F. W tauoier a music atom. dri
FOR RENT-STORE ÂN0 DWfcLUM,
IS'o. MÎ Twelfth St,
>'ow occrriEi» r> a. j. loth, coniec
) tiorcr, i- for rent iri-m April ltt Dev. t oun
t. p- aed shti • iiv in »torerooiu.
Apt l> immi-dlatcdy to
J. W. PAXTON,
d.-t* 1300 Chajlii.t street.
SIMKK KI UN.
BUHIiOXKN,
TEXDKKLOMN,
I'Ui'S Ft KT. Ac
TO-DAY AT
33. O. X^ist, Jr's.
Jbo»? Xo. at HKKTEENTH KTBKKT.
Holiday Goods Now Ready.
AN
El J (i ANT STOCK
©E
>i:w (iooi)s
KOB SALE AT
1'rlci'H to Suit llio TIiuoh,
BY
«Josepli Graves,
d. - 18 TWELFTH STUKK1
For Sale.
"11 ' ILI t-ELLA UOOD PAYING MAXt'FAC
\> t'.r'u? bu5.iuc.v-. or lake a« apartner a nan
* • I: a iniH . 4«j.itil. Btnim-M alrra-y iwtabl »bed,
: ! in a r>c<i lo>~Uon. W ill gire aa-urance of a re
itb # and I rotitabl» trade. Addre» M. M. H , hel>
gi'-. <*. no'jb
Biatt Fenders,
IUmkh Fire Iront«,
Bras* Coal Hod*.
l«rge AMurtmcntoI Patterna at
Nosbitt cto Bro.'s,
de.. 181J MARKET 8TBEBT.
ROACHES.
.
A few application* of our
IN8CCT POWDEB
Will ! an:* i tl em from your hour««. For »!'• bj
lilBTd! WIXjLiIAMS.
<S*5 1010 MAIS tlBEET.
Selling Out at Cost.
1 AM OOINtJ TO MOVB TO CHICAGO,
1 «U1 sell out tu y entire »lock of Caniiea, Coolec
tiona aod fixture« v. cot.
J9l.. ST. ROTH,
«leMb 37 TWELFTH STREBT.
TRIMBLE & LUTZ,
High and Low Pressure and Ex
haust Steam Heating and
Ventilating a Specialty.
PLUMBINO
On Ike Mom Improved Method*.
FI>*B 8TOCV OK
OAS FIXTURES j
Of the Latest Sijlet and Mpa.
OAS MAOSINBS, !
Injector* Meant Panpa, Kteam Srakooea, Iron ami
Lead ripe. Val Tea, flitiafi and Gau^rs oi ali ktod» '
■ <4ock
1416 ud 1418 Market Street. note
MCW APyggTUCMEWT«.
STONE & THOMAS.
Closing Sale
Silks
— AND
DRESS GOODS
.1
To reduce our very large stoek
we will give Honest Bargains
every day in the week.
Ladies' Wraps
Reduced from $10 to $7.50,
'• $15 to $10,
" $20 to $13.50,
44 $25 to $18.
Seal Plush T
A few left and will close them
at cost.
We propese to give you
more for yolk money than any
I louse in the city.
II Will Save You Money
TO COME.
STONE h THOMAS.
<?*4
CLOAKS
AND
WRAPS!
To close out our entire stock
we have made the following
prices :
S50.00 Cloaks - - $35.00
40.00 « - - - 30.00
35.00 " - - - 25.00
30.00 " - 22.001
25.00 " - - 19.00 !
20.00 " I5.OO ;
15.00 11 ' - - I I.CO
12.00 " • g.oo
10.0c " - - 7.00
Children's Cloaks F educed One-Half.
- 1
BEUES & COFFER.
! m»
WCW APVgltTISCMEWTS.
TBE »KW »LEGA>T AND APPftOPRIATK
hiMBi vvuM be one at ihw
Henry F. Millef Pianos.
Fint el*« In evtty {«rticular, and cheaper (tu
a>) (Ut| of tbt kild cms be had elsewhere,
TU Hl SKKN AT
■ HovwhoM Sewing Machine Rooms,
4H 1*13 MtKKCT bT&KET.
THE 8TOBÏ OF A COl'MK) TOWN-E. W.
Houk.
Cfcrlylata London' lKM-'S!," Froade.
"Ihroucb the bu*« Cour," Harriett J»y, lb*
Ed(IUi Aetna*.
"i4lr ei James A. (iarfold," Brovn.
"Hbaary 11 tie AmrHno Pwi.le," McXaaten.
Vtm book* coß«Uclly raeriWML
a*. B. WILSON,
Ofll 18(8 MARKET oTüKKT.
PARSONS,
-)MA BTER (
PHOTOGRAPHER,
CITY.
noSl
BREECH LOADING GUNS,
Having just received another lot of the
Celebrated
"Parker" and H. Pieper Double Cuns,
And several of the finest Single Guns that
are made, I am prepared to offer extra in
ducements fcr the next 30 davs before the
shooting reason closes. Shells. Primers,
Wads, and G un Implements alwajs on hand,
-AT
I. G. DILLO>T,S,
1C23 MARKET ST.
noS
LIKE THE FLOW RS IN SPRIN3,
t ine Art and Supply More is all ready blooming
lipfctfuHy lor tl.«- holiday te» too, with eleyini pic
ture» *td end)«1»« attractions for present«, U
Ibe liifce lv t uy ch«nj>ly. «?p»cial inducement* are
an ulit at lliOS MAIN STKKKT. Hurry up
a'.'l «teure tbem. no2t>
J. S, RHODES
& CO.
HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' Cloaks !
Misses' Cloaks!
-THE
LARGEST ASSORTMENT,
The Newest Dtslgns, and the
Lowest Prices.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
11Ö2 Main St.
oeW
HONEY!
ANOTHER LOT OF TUB
StiEnendcah Valley Honey
COMBS AND JARS,
AT
K. J. S3IYTH'N,
no?» Cor. Market and Foortoentli SU.
BRIC-A-ER'C AND FANCY G003S.
VITE AHB OFFEKINU OUH KSTIBE LINE
»» ol the above goods, eonaialng of article« In
* iu>h. Tine Ol au, c hies and Olive W.xxi at coat
i d ic mr.iiy ca ft Ici», to makv roc-tu fur Holiday
'icods.
Sfiinton A: Dnvonpoi't^
nol 1301 Market Btreet.
WHEELING AND ELM GROVE R. R
ON AM' A FT Kit MONDAY, NOVEMBER I«.
If M tr*'n.' am the Wheeling and Li a (iruve
tilraed wi!i run ar follow*:
I «.vine tbc City »t i Leaving Wheel'« I'ark at
I'kMa.M. 8:00 V. M. 7 $ I A. M. 1:00 P.*.
" 5'« " I y .10 " c o i «•
11:<0 " 7:'0 " 12:00 M. f:iiO "
l:O0f. K. 9:00 " | l:Wr. M. S : 40 "
ON BVHDaT-.
1 rave tb« ritj at S a. m. and every hour until 9
[. m.
l eave Whtellrg I'ark Sa. m. and e?ery hotir until
ilt p. ic. C. MKuiiH, Mipt.
Shcrt Creek Farm for Sale.
T1IK FA KM KNOWN AP THE JE^SE WELLS
l'ode Maeo, «Ith or vrlibout the coal, contai*
ir g tli am* and 'H poles, actuated on the
1». W. & Ii Y. U. I*.
On it* front and Short cnek a! tb« rwtr. will be *»ld
on trim" to »nit pnirta*--r. IM* fam» ha.« about
1.' Ui ar<ple tr«ca of the !«*>» qnallty of »rat'.ed fruit
knd otLtr fruit Ir«*. l'cJ» r!jii>s thia pUo- la
190 AC BKS OF CvAL,
TV* vein 5V feet thl< k.
For further potimlar« apply to C. HANCT,
No. 711 Maikrt atreet, Whaling, ff. Vt
nclSepvb
Buy Where a Thing is Made.
MATTRESSES OF ALL KIKM, WHOLES ALE
and retail. We a'»o renin ate and thoroughly
ciiajjwold one* equal to new. iuiluding leather
F«-d«and Fillowa uur I pholatcrisg cannot be ex
cellad. Wc kirn topltaae. A trial will eonvln*%
W. E. CAMEILOKT,
1& ELEVENTH 8Lt WHEELING, W. VA.
DoZ«ôal>
THOMPSON * HIBBERD
Practical Plumber*,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
Uli MAEKLT BTBEST,
Wkmilac, W. Va.
Specialties,
en KAM HEATTN9
AND VENTILATION.
Uli JACKET FORCE TV MY.
tNDLKW BITERS GAB MACBOIS
Orte« trea tfea aoantry praapCy tliad.
I HOBT AND DIRECT BO DTK TO ÜEKMAJH
) AND FRANCE.
RED STAR UNE.
EVERY R ITIVOIT
From 5«« York aad Aatnn, carrying IM Oott
eta tea a&d Bei*ian Royal MaOa:
Toca. Tna
> M lira— wtU Ubaral 4fL
ta M®, Kxennlooa II
Sali« trawtekaW. EManda—tliaiatK*; Raa
ood OMb IBS, fniniM BM: BtaeracvfM. yr pafc
(9a. Hpadal rntea to tha Vargy. Per infooaatia
apply to Petar Wright A Soc*, a» lkiailaay. >w
York, ar ta C A. HCHAEFÄ
VOX Market St. VMrilit wTVm.
Jyl 0« d.W.
tSEO. R. TAYLO«—
SPECIA L
—I
SAC

OLM
8 ACQUIS AMD DOLMANS.
»
*- * ■ - !r
jHb '^R
• v*
RGAINS
Ptf«
QUES
NS!
Marke dDown
this! day
BELOW
TH 1 E3IR
L
VALUE.
GEORGE Rj T4YL0R,
STATE OK UfXr VIK'*.IN • A, OHIO COIN
ty. in ilicClrrul" » ourt «I Ohio «ouuty, Wmi
Xi.'jlnls. I'( rcnit»cr H;t:e», \'*4.
lit>Rt J. L>l< K )
is. > Attachment In Awimpllt.
Ja ton I". CorKKAK. )
Ihr ol thin »tili i* in rccoTcr frniw Janb F.
('oilman the »uu; of »cvcniy-live dol.ar«, «Ith tn
t« r«*t truii: the *th «lay of .Inn», IH<M, b«in< th«
loUiict-due the plait-lid. lii nrv .1 Dice. ot 1> not.«
lor IIW (*> excci.t«r«l l.y e.tiJ Cott'maa, dau-<l Tri«
<>i|liia tvpteuil« 1 »th. 1H.«:, sn«l pnyaabl* nine
n i'iiib nftcr ita «late to t'ic order of **IJ lit' ««, and
s!-o io »iil«;cct total* for II»' payui« nt of Mid »trn of
-c\«r<y five d llar-, iL*.« r« -t and in»t« of suit, th«
tol!o«tng ic.il «■Mut»1, towlt: The hou* and ao
im.« h o: the loi of whli'h the late Hamuli C jTia.itt
« ifd m'Uetl and poMrwd »hi h »ere ileti«e] to
Jncob K. (V.fttuan l>y tiesail linoiub Coffmaa by
I tr last «ill and traînent which i< rn'<>rd«d i'i the
ott'ce of tl.eCh rcof the County Cour» if Ohio eo luty
in U ill IWok No. 6, on pap-« vtMmid 2JI. >aiü bo«tw
»ud lot arc in th» town ol Triadelplila.Obl'l ceucty,
w. Va. Ami it apiwxirin^ from in ads lavit 6:*d 14
thii causât theae Kule». thqt th<- di fen imt. Ja jb
1. Co'u an, is net a rwident of the •tat." of Wei'.
\ irginia, and he not h*vinj( kci< vrved with a pnt.
<Cr> in this »nit, on motion of th«' plaintiff, by hU
Mtornf y, thin oriler of pubU »'ion i- entered a.»iti'l
hint, ai d il in orderet that the said defendant, Ja <>b
!• G flturn, 1* and be I* required to appear »Ith m
oie month after the date o. tie first publication of
ti.le onier, and «lowbal 1» n«'et-*ry to protM his
ii.tcriots It is fdrther ordered that this order be
pvMialicdan«i |imM a- rcifiii.cd by I»».
V iim mi, .lohn W. Mltchel'. citik of »Id < onrt. at
tletiuit Hou»e ol »aid c»unty, tfti- td da/ of i*c>
«ml*r, IMI, to wit: iH'-eml-er hulrw, HMt.
JOH* W. MITCHKl.i, (1erk.
JuliUhtd the fir»t time P.-C#ni'Kr 4, 19<t
JOHN W. MirCHF.U.. nrrk.
John 0.,Pr.srt.irro.v, Attorney for ilaitillff.
awt
for
i
Five Good Coal Bank Mules,
- AT —
Lu Hell«» Iron WorkN.
no'.; b
PETER WELTY & CO»,
WHOLESALE LIOUORS.
1113 3Jnin» 8treet
WHLtLING, W. VA.
We bave Jturt r«*» Wed br dirort turaortattor
arv^ aMortment of HMm and Marsuk wUum,li\
fiumiu A i.e. >}«dugat. 1 tic de Uoe'^bail«Cbi\ .
I agM. and a bug» uivDial ol th« ceichraMtf V à
hem's Quel la Natural y tuerai H a ter. tof«th«r » i\
a Inrjc Id Tele» (rem California vloerarda. of Ui
oidrat atld bnt brands (X wise Idstj to th<- trad*
•uch aa Miaeloo. Malraala Faealing. ADcelka, Bat
Zliitaodel, Ac . Ac. We am now making a (pedaltj
of our 1 aae l >«o>ia, wUcïan bottiad b» h from mt
choloert brand* cf llqaors, and to whlafc ws wool®
kind '7 «all tha attasiUoe of Um trada. >11
unina, J5isquo, iironze
- AND -
FANCY GOODS]
IÄ GREAT VARIETT.
New a«v! FW»' t TWoiated Hr>n«r, T« an4
Tui et beta m I ranch Ctioa, Por *UJc ml En^iUb
Vara.
FANCY GLASSWARE.
O'SiKMlift, Library and Itnrj bUL-1 Unpi ,
Me» liae ot linen «fad Ta'-le Cutlery,
— AT —
JOHN FRIEDEL'8,
■£) 1I3Q »Ulli Ht.
NEW DRUG STORE.
MEma KURTZ BROS. HA VINO OFKKKL
ap a New in«« Mar», nmetfuliy »licit Um t
I «MM ot tUi M«a4a aad tie poblM UmmiI
mr. A. C lim. *k* haa had maaj rmn ei péri
me» la the dn.'t Nnrtai will demote Via erittra U
ten tie* te üm l»K PraaerlptUoa a gmiilt;, day
"^URTZBHO...
Jytt No. B4d (àmp&M P* *
ELECTION NOTICE.
rpHE 6T0CXHOLDEKd OP Trig WE*T VI*
pirU îi|«itiui «ad Hut« Fair Aiy<ittf«a are re
quest rd to mi at the Court Hmm oI (Ai* Gnu;,
y> e»t Tirgiala, »9 th«
Ctb Day of Dereaber, A. D. 1U4,
At 7«'dork p. for lb« jcrpœe ..f -Uctlr* is
I bJHoi». «»4 to traoaart art ether V-fi».ae *b rh
ma* he trot abt Wiom aaid »eetin«, arcwding to
fcectke 12 «I the By-Lava.
A. BETMAjm, P/eaideet.
Oca Boo*, Ber'y. Bui _
F«r Thaaltmgivf ng Muer GH
McMcchen's Mince Meat and
Plum Puddings.
A*rare'• aad all ardlaaary braaAt a# Mlaca Maat
}0 o«U a pooi><L
taefca lor «"ktUrr»'» Home "«Tied better aad
eUatrr" tbaa any j tau» la the rlty.
Ci. K. JtflF.l HU A SOX.
IX» t
UNPARALLELED!
irnil EACH NUMBER OP HEMORKST'4
>1. nil. I » Magarfn» «il br jtun a full-»in
K*»li!ûTi«Klr r»ll«-rn of any a!rr or «tyle »I«*'«*!,
making l»«lvr|>altrrii> ilurlug Ihr ymr, or » alue of
c.«-r tbrn> do lar., hf«li>. Iii« iiio«I tiopnlar,»otur
1« nine aid UMful u »(,*. nr. Ciük'v loplr». 7"r ;
wirly.tï. A«idn-4 JKuMNt»» 1'hMHBttT,
I et I I urt<etiihßtm't, V. Y. not**
!Srr< >NB JARS.
OHE AKD TWO GALLON STOKE JARS
BIChlVED YE«TKRl>AYAT
II. F. llEIIHENH',
«-.31 ~17 r.nd 22IJ MARKET ffTREfcT.
Newspapers and Magazines.
>»<>W Tri THE TAME TO flUBSCRIBK TOR
I »inti-J tv»J1i<k Tb<' fu*ni»brd by lit*
jiarat i uLU;h<'r»' ra'«t an4 mailed or deliirred to
pry audreaa; alio tor «cl* by pie^lr uunibrr. IVfurc
t\ I trribitiy call on
C. XI. QUXMBT
liookaeller anil Ka*idf*lar,
■ „22 Vo 1414 Market HtTMl
Hats and Bonnets Made to Order
INAS* LRMRE.DBTTLE-KEW YORK HA1
1 Ht i> bi-ry, No. *4 «ituvnlh W.. Wk»»llf»f, W
"a I Ad I it' and M !««!•■' um«, Cblp, > Hf and
haw liât», nr.. altrrad, biracbed, ro <>r»-d»nd an
<»bid In lb« lai»«t »tylca promptly. Mlllln*ft' «ork
<kn«-at uaual dLfoount. raUan.if« rr»|*ct'ully au
• 1. an2«rt<e
fpHE»rAT*OF WI HT YtROWNIA. OHIV
1 Own if. IntheHr'nil Conrt ol Ohio (.'oujiy,
(v. htimUr llulr«, l-ft.
' H. Ovp, Mallbi-v I' Via^Tf,
M IWaui J. rrottnirg end John I'.
• 11»*, |ailucm a« C'raji, Vau'U»M
A Co. I In A#
>». J aumpeit. I
Jamb Abrain» and Marrtw Ahrain», I
inriixr» a- J A >1. A brim« and a* I
'atii.nal Hiadr Company. )
Tlaol.jirt of li b anil 1» lo moo rar a Judgment i
againM tbc defendant» for »Ir,.«c, foi Mtrrtaa- I
iliirMld tlK«. llih Inlitxl tkrrriM Iriiio Nofria '
'< r 12, l&nl. niilll i'»!d and coat», and U» aubH* I«
ib<-pajn.cht ol Iii« Mid Jucfwi-n: urtain JtabillUt ,
(I tf:e Una Hi» and Marin» In»tir*Cotapaay
• \\ tb«- IValiody Inatiraix-« Cmui-any, aud I
tic An»riitn Inviran.r t«<u|iaoy of wii-'vltna I
r»p*rll«ely, !o 'b* taidd*f*rrdm'». Aud It a?p4fti t
ir.g fron an affidtifi Clnl In Ibta .-au-«, si ihn*
rufe«, that tlx <1rfrt>dant». Jaoh A1 rtuu and Mar |
I a A brame, pertaera «< J. * M. A brant«, and a*
Natioi ft rbed» I mill *ny a!* tot nwidrnt« o' lb* ,
Mitr«l Hnt Mript.la and ibry nit bating b«i
(« .-«»<5 tiih proma In iLU a. It.oc ih« motion of be I
f-la!ntlf>, by tbetr a»tom»v, Un» order it publkt
inn i* » nu rnl a^air.«t tb»ni,and « I* ord-rrl tba '
Iii» »Aid drlmdanla, Ja<«b A'ram« snd Ma/rut
Aliri»«, |4iitiiiTi|» J. A M. Aiiritna ui aa V»
lien»I rfc»d» > owpany, I« and lb«jr are rMalrisI u> '
a| i<rar «i bln oor i oulli a't»r tb« dair ol Um ir*<
publicatk« of tbia onl«-r and do «h\t U narM^n
in priilwl kli lnl»r«a It klirth»r O'd -r^l thai
tbi»mdcr b* pi.W.-hi-d am! potUâa»ixj ilr.d by la«
W l:n«a, Jcbn W. IMM-brll, < Wk of Mid (vurt
»Mb« court bouM-of aald ouonty, ihi* lat dar>>
)»i*«abrr, UM, to-«H: 1'hmiW Kuba, MU.
JOW» W. MTTntEfJ., Clerk.
Publiabfd tbr ti»l Üb* IlitfiV r 2. IBM.
AUcM: JOUN W. MIT« II ELL, Clerk.
Hi»*' M. Kcvku , Attorney tor PlalaUia.
de'-'OCV«
Stockoldcrs' Meeting.
"VT'/I ICK 1* HERfcB* GIVE* TIIAT AW«.
^ •"•■»«Unfof tt* «tokkolJ«,, of
ffe-iwrttm tniNtiM« I i.apnr " tf "Th II K.
*£1^ SM* t«Z Mifi
l*tb Umy of IWiobM, im,
At tU< lty Pu»,)# itxwrty «« WlctUar £,,^14.
c^utloM W,o»lM.whU>lTi»ll|fc»»«wii u
ittf U * rtlu« luv ■/ bUtfi U* Mid " *
• »—<>»C nf «h« H'xkbul4*r* «oTtou
by U. / « —« » i
g^asa^rjsasa ïti-â
fïï? ittü: '' **• <( "'~4 J-flltlnill I h if
*2J~r- Am lï^ïSïïr lI"""-" ***
û4^î m j""ld ^T**^ °* uirrx%an «ntarM Oat »»
SWÄ JÄtttÄÄÄS
ko sr. ou*o£*r»3£«t
äßfcWiäsaÄsy*
eitoocftitaw
H. REILlS
«Bed Bikd" h J
Kam. I800&18U St«iJ
WMllLDtO, W. U.
Uj «mm met «f
Laijact Stock if Gaaeral SrJ
Il Un State.
■OLK AGOTV IK TEH OTT^|
K9S$T
sefier
m^rvov%-tnimy m uam \
FMUyriwrlilwil«Mtfmfc».
BAWK».
National Bank of West]
AT WHEBLMq.
o*p 1 tjo. $aoo.oool
awilfc»— Malaud
Doe« • Geoenl Banking BUJ
MMCIOES,
JMM Munll, John Km, _
fÄS»1 f;ÄI
* <*SZ w. «nü,»«««!
JAJUtt» MAXWELL
E. W. OOLESAT. Vi» hMfa.
■UHV VAM EE
KLEVIS, KRAFT A
WILL OUVTEACT FUI
New Buildinrs or Carpentry
O Ktad vttktMiltU« ttetuw
' WHKItl.ntO,
woriitiöiiAi
DR. SURGIgb* A Sq|
DBXTXSTfl,
No. 1143 Market Stre<|
WHKF.IINO. W VA
fl« flrtc whro iWlrwJ TtilrpUou«
All opfntUutM «irruiud
logan,Usl&Co's st(|Ct|, h
! Wbilesos
EXCELSIOR
BAKING
For Bikcuit I
ter ('*li«» r.'J
ri ratle«
POWDER.
AMmonlrfi It 14X1 AN A
M )*L> tie PruggitU. Rri .
WUfvl.i't
'Th# Hw^l Urn
n«t oui) Ihr l-»i, but
tki' rh< »(»»I 1111* In I
bill rvliUlti. Ar*, r
■ % -f •* ■* ■>>«!**. ainl »in »Irf
-E- lA-4.CS , Mi.ir.o, «Ith «I
• jtloi.» ter we »t» I I»»»«,
• w Viru ,nH m •
IR KAI II »vom ("«ulbjr tali.
Italy by
^ UK}»!» Ai
O 2K. I I>nif,"t.u, Hi ill*«-1
LOGAN Cb 00|
DElHMilKTB, BRlt>*èK(X»l
MAKE A NOTE I
Wa u* IUad<4uan ri for
Trusses, Instruments, Suppor
Syringes, Bandages, 4c.
LOGAN tb CO
i»:i DBUOOISTf-, BUIMiK <X'W
"GOOD AS GOLD."
Ttia Mutual Benifit Lift Insurano
OK VBWABK, KKW JCKMITT.
ORGANIZED 104
AWETO, IM,IM,MO. 00, HAKK1.Y tKTVTI
HurpluN HMS|118,84ß,(
new tob* vtabdaku
PLATorr 1AKF. A«a
MTwattUab«*, WhaaU*T
D. B. HTAI.Mll
TimMbc kr tte «Mi tf W«l VI«
H. H, MANSBAC
Merchant Tailor,
No. SO Twelfth Htre«
Fell&WinterSh
Jart reo*4r*d, Iariu4in|
Latest Iniportations 2ru
Domcstics,
Conal«tlu| of
OVERCOATINGS,
SUITINGS,
TROMEftlM
Ami »hick «IB to auAa mm la u» ■*»
man«, FW,liflBlM aa4 »■f"».
UUrf. PlMM(l*«MMf1r mIL ** '
better thai
Government Bond
THE EQUITADL*
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCKT
CK tka I'ailM MtalM, hawa a ptoU> *>*
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tnm Hi éMa. Iba wMr m— *\JÜL'2
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du«. Mkiwn aar—*. «*>
aa RaoliaUa hilar tea« Mi/
UMth, Mar •* a«atk* mkkà 6a*f *T*£
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