l«TUa powder wmw nn« A MmJ of pmrtty
aa<U mU fM—— Mor-a aeooomla* ltt*a
• orAlaur klu. ta. •>><> Mbe aoM In ooaf -
ttl ob »Ith UM MtawW at low tail, «kort w®uV:
!■ ■ Of oho»*D!iiU BAVtUr«.
Haid aoly la am*. BOYAX BAKENO WW DEB
GEORGE J. CADDLE,
1217 MARKET STREET.
rkpkonr I, M. dotI
( Buy where you can get the moat and bast
valae for your money. Deal at the place
where you can do so with confidence and can
rely at all time« on what they tell and what
yon bny. The old reliable store of
HENRY JAGOBS & CO,
1154 MAIN ST.,
I* known well enough that it nee<la no fur
We only wish to state that irom now un
til the Holidays we will sell to everybody
Some Unheard of Bargains.
Compare onr go> ds and prices with those
of others and we need say no more—yoa
«ill deal with
Henry Jacobs & Go.,
1134 Main Si.,
^-Wholesale and Retail ^
I*. J*.~SjxMial liarxaiti<tiii( lo«K<t.
Blanket*, CoinlbrK Mhawl<i hiiJ
Grand Closing-out Sale in the
Height ol the Season.
Get Ready Now For Christinas
50 Cents will Buy §1 50 Worth
of Goods at
1131 Main St.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS,
L. a QUOD. J I'Ufa JACOB*
CHAS. É MASON
Cor. of Twfliftti and Market Sts.
jfllee h<>or»- 9 a. h to 1 r. v., tail Î to Sr. m
ÉkHI 1'JUS Market ilrwt, *p-Uo
TUB BEBT IC7
WAKKA.NTEU IX KVKKV UK<PK(T.
Vltall/rd Air gi»eu and We'U »xr*.u-l entire^
fr«* Irani |«lu u» oa rb.oruïoi m or ether ta
toy oi*ratluti.cot>*m|u>'utlv putwiiu are not «tr«pMii
down to thf ituir wli u VildUnl Air 1» taken
HKS. MOUItlSOX, DcnlitK
NU. f.Oft MaKKKT îTKKKT.
Te'i-r-twwe * Ijtî noil
Iml»i to K«w AUortUrmtnU.
For Sak—Ittiiiding Lots.
For Sale—Spring Wa^on.
I'hriatma* Hexes—Wheeling Box Fac
Nonce to Water Consumers.
Artistic (• lass ware—Kwiug Kroa.
Spareriht»— F. Schenk & Son.
Open House—Frednck Warde
Proclamation bj the Governor—[Local
itifulas Flo»ers in Sprir*—Kirk's;
Spareribs—î». C. List, Jr.
V aterburr Watch Given Awav—J. Bril
le*— [l-ocal Page. ]
Harjraina in Boot* and Shoe« —H. J.
Schult/—f l-ocal P*j?e I
[.1'iiii/icwii/ Local t»» First rag*.
A Waterbory Wate h with e v c ry
«ale ol *15.tH» nati tu er.
MXTV paar« lira's and Wamrn'i
l!nbroidfre«l U»Hrf»y Nlipprn at
75 rvaU au J. W. 4*ll< KX
IX order to redaee »toek, I otter
for the aext wvra day» genulnr
fcaargaia» la Ladle«» aad HltteV
Fiae> Mhoea. I- V. KLO.\U.
Having bat very recently retarn
rd fW»ni *ew l'ork, we are daily
reeeialne So»elUe» tar Uedding
freM-ulat, autd »«»licit a rail.
J.ll'OH W. UKI BB.
leweler l'arner Twelfth and .Wala.
Cal] anaS cvaaaalne onr < ambina
tloa Hrer>kla»t* Dlaner aad Tea L
KeK fa Wktle aad Decorated
«taira. Obb IM>.X BKO.V
tm Market Street. <
IN order to redaee »toek. I offer
for Ike aext aerea dar» geaalae
bar km J a m iu Jfea*» aad hojr»' Pine >
Mtmrm. L V. HLOXO.
T*vb XrMtl Trimaad Down (or Hmrri«J
Crime? of London, to-night
Cam. Metkrs, No. 2, dancing class start«
Tbk Committee od Health will meet
The Committee on Market« met lalt nighl
and audited a number of bills.
Tai Committee on Accoun's were called
for yesterday afternoon, but no quorum.
Thb work of paving Sixteenth street,
from Chaplin« to koff streets, will be cum
Thk cases of the State vs. Richard For
sjth will be cal ed for trial Monday, in port
2, of tbe Circuit Court.
Tun case of Marple'a administrator vs.
W ikon £ l)urilew will probably be com
pleted in the Circuit Court to-day.
Tin: Ust will and testament of Alice D.
Halted, deceased, was admittee to probat«
and ordered to be recorded at Clerk Hook's
Joaitra Forstth. better known as "Vncle
Jo*-." the city whsrtmaster died laut ni?ht,
o' typhoid (ever. He has held that office
for many years and was regarded as a fix
ture for time to come.
In answer to a correspondent, the state
ment is made that the successor, in Con
irress, to FYank Hujd, from the Toledo dis
trict. is Jacob Komeis. a Greenbacker and
present Major of Toledo.
On the 15th instant an interesting aflaii
will come off at Wilson Lyceum. Some ol
the members of the Lyceum and of Simpson
chapel have arranged for a mock trial of s
breach of promise case, which will be ver;
Tmk reception and ball given by Guildin«
Star Tent, No. 101, at Menflerchu-r and
Germania Halls, last evening, was a most
pleasunt affair. Over two hundred couple
were in attendance and joy reigned supreme.
I>ancing continued into a late hour. Prof.
J. Kramer, with his full orchestra occupied
the music stand and kept all in good humor.
The supper was in charge of T. T.
Cockayne, and was a feast of good things.
Mr. C. C. Peter*, J. H«*ton, R. Bird, H. C.
Roden and K. M. Woodrug are deserving ol
thanks for the manner in which they attend
ed to their duties.
Water rents are no* due. Actention
is called to advertisement in another col
PIC. IKON IN TUK SOITH.
Pittsburg Plrm* Producing Material for n
I tirent Plant Owned by Knglish Capl
Sir Titus Seit, of Saltaire, and Mr. Chas.
Stead, o Kradford, Kng'and, in company
with Mr. William H. Donaldson. of Glas
cow, Scotland, have commenced building
two blast furnaces in I>ayton, Tennessee
which will ei|iial any in the I'uited States.
The furnaces will be dwplicates of the Isa
1 bella furnaces at Sharpsburg. The boilers
are to be made of alee', for which the plates
are rolled and furnished l>y Purk Bros. &
Co. The iron for stacks and stoves is being
made by Oliver Brothers A Phillips, and iht
order lor :?05 coke ovens has beea given tc
j James P. Wiihrow, of New Castle. Tht
lurnaces will be in on September, of nexi
vear, with a daily capacity of 175 tons each
or 115,000 tons annually from both. The
cost of the plant will be $2,000,000. Wher
they are finished there will be 17 furnaces
in lennessee with an annual production o!
000 tons. Allegheny county has alsc
17, from which the output will reach 738,
000 tons per year. •
Mrs. Amanda Berg, whQ was arrested
yesterday by Officer Wilcox, and who is
said to bave attempted to shoot the latter,
was last night released from confinement
by Judge Jacob. Col. Arnett, her counsel,
n ade application for her discharge, by pe
tition for a writ of habeaa corpus, upon the
ground that the warrunt and commitment
of Justice Ark!<j alleged uo otlense being
for "contending with angry words," Ac.
' 'Ihe Judge h«3d tbat no offense was
chargtd, and consequently ordered the
prisoner released. Mr. Jordan, Attorney
j .'or the State, was present. Mrs. Berg de
nits the rharge of having attempted tc
shoot Oflicer Wilcox on a former occasion
: bXit threatens him with prosecution undei
t'y reue Trv/ylar»,
Cyrene Commandery, No. 7, Knight?
! Templars, Uc.i night elected the following
J c thews:
f Kminent Commander—John M. Birch.
Generalissimo—R. H. List.
Captain (îeneral—George Oiffin.
Treasurer—S. P. H i Id ret h.
Recorder-J. V. L. Rodgers.
Senior Warden—Andrew Wilson.
Junior Warden—S. B. McCormick.
Standard Bearer—William Bougher.
Guards—First. W. D. Cashing; Second
W. J. Applegaie; Third, James Wheeler.
Settinel—T. W. Bliss
Death of Mr*. Hitndlan.
Intelligence that will bear tidings of sor
I row to many breasts, this morning, is that
j Mrs. W. C. Handlan died, last evening, at
I ihe residence of her husband, on Thirty
! bird street. She had been ill of typhoid
fever for some time, and was improving,
but on Thursday suffered a relapee. All
that medical skill could do was done, but
Mr. Handian and his stricken family
will have the sympathy of countless friends
in this the hour of their grief.
I nclr >li>bn (irlt in Hit Work.
Wor qf thf R'gi'f-r.
The report of an alleged conversation
with Mr. llaley in yesterdav's Intelligencer
does one jjreat injustice. Over four years
ago I advocated the election of a Fire Mar
•hal by the Council under which said Mar
shal serve«. Why should a retiring Council
select a Fire Marshal for the incoming term
any more than it should select any of the
other offices nndtr Council's dominion.
As to the city being Republican, that is a
fake assertion. The city is Democratic by
over 200. as the county election will show
By publishing the foregoing I will be
obligea, etc. Jons Borim:.
Iïtst fitting and finest line of wraps in th
city at one half the former price, at Brucs A
A Bible Thirl.
There are thieve« who rob churches and
poor boxes and thieves who despoil the
dead, bat a Bible thief is a new experience,
lost evening Mrs. C. R. Tracy had occasion
to go to the front door of her residence for
a tew moments, and upon returning to the
parlor found the gas had been turned off in
her absence. 1 pon relighiing it she discov
ered a thief had slipped in and stolen the
family Bible—nothing else. The Bible had
in it the names of Katie Williams and M.
Barg ums in wrap« and cloaks at Braes
Jk Coffers. J
A Pea Premutation,
lost evening the members of Alpha
Lodge K. of H., presented their comrade,
W. A. Heimberger, Fast Dictator, with an
elegant pen and holder. I>r. J. E. Smith
made the presentation speech, which was re
sponded to ia a 'eeling response from Mr.
Heimberger. Th!« gentleman leaves for the
West next week, where he will permanently
Axt attempt to produce a flavor ia this
5r anj other country that caa surpass Dr.
Prices Sp^ial Flavoring Extracts will
wove a failure, for Dr. Price's are as fresh
I cd nice as the fruits from which thev are
nade, and cannot bo improved. Their
inferiority consists not only in their fruity i
•dor, bat also in their delicious taste.
WEAR I^ekrVt own make $130
hoe. Alf styl«. LOCKS1*,
IMS Mala Street.
On the Vote for Governor and
The Latter Open the Former Sealed—Wil
son's Majority Probably Under
Five Thousand — One
. County Back.
The official return of the October elec
tion from Fayette county were receiv
ed at the State House, yesterday.
S cce the decision of the Supreme
Court, prohibiting ihe Commissioners of
that couoty from going bebind the returns,
the count was soon made and lb« contest
ended. It is presumed that the former ma
jority of 143 for Maxwell stands ami th »t
tbc counly officers elect are Republican.
This county completes the State rote, but as
t is sealed the figures cannot be given un
til the Legislature opens the returns From
I the best information obtainable, the Demo
cratic majorities are 13,820 and the Repub
lican majorities 8,823, making Wilson's ma
jority 4.ÎJ85, or 15 less than 5,000. There
' are many bets pending on 5,000 majority
and they cannot be settled until the Legis
lature announces the official result.
Every return has now been made, except
> that of Randolph county, for State Senate
I and House of Delegates. For some unac
! countable reason the clerk of the County
County of that county.has failed to come to
time, and the legislative ticket is not com
plete. It is known, however, that Stark W.
Arnold has been elected in the Tenth Sena
torial district, and Harmon Snyder to the
House in the Randolph-Tucker delegate
district, but the official figures are wanting.
That clerk wants a gentle whooping up.
The figures »or the two Judges of the Su
preme Court are complete and as follows:
I Sr. «lie..
Koud ridge -
Fayette ... —•
llatriaon — ....
I lilt I In ~....
Logan - - ••••
Mai ion —
.Ma« n -
Men er .—.
Vil» ral .......
Nid nias -
Mewan t s.....................
! reston »
l'ut nam. —
l'aleigh ». — .. ....
i l»hur.. .
Majori tie«.. » .,
t> . I
Comparing these figures with the vote for
Supreme Judge in 1882, shows a Demo
cratic gain. Snyder's mnjority, in that
year, was 3,221 over Guthrie, the fusion
candidate. His gain this year was 1.H15,
and Woods' gain was l,t>53. Comparing
by Congressional districts, the gain is still
greater, as. in 18*2, the Democrats weie in
• a large minority in every district but the
SOCIAL AND PKK80NAL.
lii-adahlr Note« ol Feraons and flume Soci
T. O. Miller, of Chicago, is at the Howell
I Alex. P. Camphell, of Bethany, is in the
! < i»y.
W. 1$. Allen, of Silver Hill, is at the
Clay 1'ean, of Weston, is at the Howell
.lohn F. Bake, went to Washington City.
' last e\ening.
Postmaster Lockhart, ol Bethany, was in
^ the city, yt eterday.
Col. Ben. Wilson passed through the city,
yesterday, en route home.
Mis* Cora Atchison, of Weaton, is 8top^
; ping at the Howell House.
Mi*« Fannie Quarrier lias returned from a
visit to Brooke county friends.
Elector John J. Davis returned home to
Clarkfrl urg, yesterday morning.
W B. Howell, of the Howeil Honee. is
able to be about after a week s illness.
1 bos. Murray and wife, of Waynesburg,
l'a . have rooms at the Howell House.
Secretary of State Stalnaker left yester
day lor a week's visit to Washington.
Justice Kakin and family, of New Mar
tinsville, have roouis at the Howell House.
Mieu Manie Wymond, of Shelbyville, In
diana, is visiting friends at 1021 Chapline
Messrs. W. K. Pendleton, J. B. Sommer
ville and W. J. Applegate were amon» the
Biooke county visitors to the city, yester
The Best Salve in the world for Cut«
Bruise», Soree, Ulcers, Salt Rhenm, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
lively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, o?
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box
or sale by Logan k Ca
We will commence this morning to close
out our cloaks at half price. Call early if
you want one. Brues A Coffer.
A large number of our citizens enjoyed
the entertainment given at che Female Col
lege last evening under the auspices of the
j Thoburn Band of the Fourth Street M. E.
j Church. An excellent supper and delecta
ble refreshments were served, after which
' all adjourned to the parlors and were enter
i tained for the remainder of the evening by
; choice recitations and instrumental music.
>ti?s IHllon, Miss Woods and Miss Lizzie
Hunter recited suitable selections, and Miss
M if s Cockayne and Mies Blundon performed
Young Men, Keu4 Thin.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send their cetebrated Electro-Val j
. taic Belt and other Electric Appliances on
trial tor thirty days, to n«o (young and
eld) afflicted with uervous debility, lofts ol
vitality and manhood, and kindred trou
I Me«. Also for rheumatism, neuralgia, par
ah »is, and many other diseases. Complete
rrftoraticn to health, vigor and mannooa
guaranteed No risk is incurred, as thirty
dais* dial is allowed Write them at once
<or iüu»tratfd pamphlHfrfre*.
Get Your SrU«or* Ready.
We place on sale this morning fifty
pirers Scarlet, Skr Blue and Garnet Satin, j
at 31 cents.
Changeable Surah Silk, Brocade Silk, all
at the ridic-uloutly hw price of 31 cents.
All other goods in proportion.
1? and 20 Eleventh St
H EAR I.o* ke's own ntskr f'iJSO
hoe. Any afvlc. I.OCKK'i
law ntdm stwt.
Store Homed it Midway — Acriilent* at
WtlUlyirf-Broitk« County Now».
The buildings äsed by Adam Basford in
Midway, m a grocery, was burnsd to the
g:ound about midnight last night. The
building «U owed by Andrew Ream. The
goods were all lost.. The total lo3s is about
$1,200. The building was insured in the
Standard Insurance Company, of Wellv
I burg, lor $500, and also the poods tor $500.
There is a smpicion that the building was
! firtd by burglars. The fire was discovered
by men who were going to work on the
night turn at the gas well,. but
j hsd made too much progress to allow any
' property to be saved. The fire and light in
• the building ksd been extinguished at nine
j o'clock when Mr. ßasförd ciosôJ for the
j night. A door in the rear of the building
that bad been cloeed for weeks was seen to
baopen while the building was burning.
Col. Kemple had a fair audience at
Barth s Hull last night. #
'. W. C. Barc lay, secretary of the" gas com
[.any, met with an accident while superin
tending the laying of a pipe a few days ago,
in which a small bone in the right fore-arm
«as broken. .
Geo. Ralston and Wm. Blank*nsop who
were seriously injured by a powder explo
sion during a Democratic parade several
weeks ago, are recovering Mr. Blanken
sop is able to walk about, and Mr. Ralston,
who was more seriously burned, is able to
sit up in bed.
Secretary Ulrich, of the Standard Insur
ance Company, reports that company aäbe
irp on a good financial basis, ana as having
o»er $11 000 surplus in premium? after
paying all losses up to November 1.
1 hat company has been in existence ouly
for a few months and is the only Wellsburg
Col. C. H. Beall and daughter were in
town to-day. The Colonel has his wool
exhibits for the New Orleans Exposition in
readiness. .They may be seen at Lloyd's
furniture store, where they are being placed
in exhibition cases.
Shei.l Oysters and Game a specialty, at
the Phœnix Restaurant, under Academy of
Music, Twelfth street.
THK «LASS WOliKEKS.
The Annual Meeting of the Ausoclatlou in
The following in reference to the Flint
Glass Workers meeting which takes place
in this city to-day, was taken Irom a Pitts
' There will be a discussion on the subject
of whether there should be a summer shut
down next year or not. At the convention
here last July, the Eastern workmen favor
ed the proposed restriction policy, for a shut
down. Yesterday u meeting of the manu
aeturers was held at Wheeling to consider
I he wage question jn the factories at Wells
burg, Steubenville, Bellaire and Martin's
Ferry, but as two of the Wheeling factories
refused to take part, the meeting did not
take any final action. A gentleman, well
acquainted with the class trade of Wheeling,
said this morning: "The repÄI that a
movement is on foot at Wheeling to reduce
the wages of glass workers to the Pittsburg
basis is not correct. The Wheeling glass
workers are not getting the price paid here,
or never have. In Wheeling the glass
workers work on turns, here by the piece.
What is considered a 'move' Iiere is 100
pieces short of a 'move' there, and they only
have about twenty p°r centr more on the
whole than here, which brings their wages
considerably under the wages paid here.'
A csu8pension of all the flint factories about
Wheeling was talked of at the meeting yes
Ask Edmund P. Hocking and C. Menke
miller about Acker's Blood E ixir, the only
preparation guaranteed to cleanse the blood
and remove all chronic diseases.
V. M. C. A.
I'r« limin.ir> Step» Taken tu Furiu itu As
A movement, which was started some
time ago, to form a Young Men's Christian
Association in this city, resulted iu a meet
ing last night at the Board of Education
rooms. The meeting was opened with
prayer by Kev. Iî. II. Swo]>e, after which it
was called to order by Capt. J. R. Moise,
who nominated Mr. J. M. Belleville for tem
porary chairman. This was carried by ac
clamation and Mr. J. W. Amick was elected
Kev. Swopethen stated very briefly the need
of such an organization in Wheeling, and
the good which must come from it. Mr.
Belleville in a neat little speech explained
the working of the Y. M. C. A. in Pittsburg
and other cities, and the manner in which
the meeting ought to proceed. A motion
prevailed that a committee of two from each
Christian church be appointed to make ar
rangements for a general meeting to be held
at some future day, at which time the Sec»
retary of the National Association will be
Befote the meeting adjourned each per
son present sigued his name to the list
and promised to do all they could to obtain
an association here. The member.- present
desire to return their sincere thanki to
Messrs. Birch and Pendleton for their kind
ness in loaning them the roonrs.
Merchants vixitiug the city for holiday
goods are invited to cail at (J. S. Feenj's.
1110 Main street, and examine the great
j '.aricty of plain and fanev candies, etc.
ri «MC PLAYS.
Cri m KS or London, to night.
Last day of the Boston Mascara.
Fred Warpk will be nest wcck'3 attrac
Tub Crimes of London, to be given at
I the Opera House, to-night, is not theblood
and-thunder aflair its name might suggest,
j hut is an interesting melodrama. A Phil
! adelphia exchange says:
1 he melodrama "The Crimes of London."
1 with which the season was opened at the
' National Theatre on Saturday night was
j given its second performance last evening
I before a large audience. The play (which
lorm8 the reigning attraction) is well pre
j gented. and the performance taken alto
I pether is a highly crnlitable one of it? kind.
W here all do so well, individual mention is
hardlv necessary. Mr. W. C. Donaldson
may be particularly commended for his per
formance of Ned Starleigh, and Miss Josie
Crocker for her acting in the role of Neil
latters. Charies McDonald, A. Beverly
and J. H. Nicholson are perfectly at home
in their humorous characters and rapidly
became favorites with the audience.
Fred. Wirde, the tragedian, the natural
successor of McCuîlough, will be at the
Opera House on Wednesday and Thursday
next. On Wednesday, Kichard III. will be
the bill and Thursday tragedy and comedy
will be given together. Brutus, or the Fall
ofTarquinand the laming of the Shrew,
«ill be the double bill.
A WoimIkiIuI llwottry.
Consumptives and all who suffer from any i
affection of the Throat and Lungs can find ;
a certain cure in Dr. King's New Discovery
tor Consumption. Thousands of permanent !
cure« verify the trulh of this statement
No medicine can show such & record of
wonderful cure«. Thousands of one« hope
less sufferers now gratefully pnx Uiai they
owe their live« to thia New IK.«oovery. It
will coat yon nothing to give it a tri*
Free trial bottles it Logan k Co'a. d
store. Large »We >1.
Adrio* to Bulbar*.
lira. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for chü
dren teething, is the prescription of one 01
the best female pones and physicians in the
United States, aad has been used for forty
Tears with never failing «access bj mil
lions of mothers for iSrir children. Dar
ine the process of teething its value is in
calculable. It relieve« the child from pain,
cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping in
the bowels, and wind colic. By giving
health to the child it rests the mother.
Price 25c % bottK
WEAR Lorke's own muke *3,50
khoe. An j styl«. MM KCM,
low Hain »irret. J
>sed Valuations 1
The Assessed Valuations for Taxa
Eighteen Railroads Make a Big Total—
The B. and 0. Heads the List—
The P. and H. at the Tail
The State Board of Public Workj has
completed its labors of assessing the various
railroad property in the State, and Auditor
Miller has certified the valuation? to the
1 .-cveral csantie*. The roaJ and rolling
Fttok has been lu sped with thebuildinga in
i er.ch case, and the rt-sult is as follows
iiALTinon* m oiffu «am-boad ivjrin.
! Oh'orotintJ- ' ?U6,fJ8 43
I Marshall cotaty S'S?,012 It
Jiernuod bridge 3!.\(«0 V)
! Watzel .. * 137JW 21
I Marion........ 551 ,*9"« « J
Taj lor 41«,»« 79
I r«tun 661,297 U
Miueial _ 5*13,711 72
Haiuiwhire 201,709 $1
Monjan M.'.IH 71
Berkeley W.O li 92
Jofifrw'n ......... 267,All 23
V ood—Machinery, Ac 10,708 12
" Parkersbuiy bridge. 315,(»00 W»
Total $5,466.01» 26
I'liTsurm., wiiKKUxi. and kkxti i ky railroad
Brooke ?13t.9S0 0)
Ob to « 1I7.S84 00
Marti ball U.M.» 00
Tntal S'*«/..* 00
1'ITTSltl'KO, ClSCINNATt AND ST. L<>l'IS RAILROAD
Brooke ~ ~.4l«H,7«8 00
Llnccock 1 ' 1,00
Total 1162,2:17 0»
WIIF.SUNC., rtTTSRI'STi AND BALTIMORE K. R. CO.
Ohio » •£16-1,732 40
I A INT C'BKKK R. R. IU (K ANAWIU COI NTV).
Kanawha » £18,746 00
( I.AUK.-BVRI., WBSTON AM) OLKS'. II.LE R. R. AND
ÎJZITMUIJ...... .ri" >1,l1o 1"
lewis,,,,». 3it,8*2t) A)
Total ............. _^984,0ùl 00
I PKNNsnoRo isn harkis ville r. b. i\>,~
Uiichle... >',500 00
fcllKNA.NDOAH VALLKY K. It. CO.
Jfrtoraon 1239,570 69
WINCHESTER AMI POTOMAC K. K. CO.
.leflerson .... .... *200,00* 70
I'AKKKKSnt k<> irn mii r. to.
Taylor *200,915 72
.nr. i«> n :t «,or.î 4-i
i >«<t< I iilge irt,7i»; «2
ill i if ...... 311,591 U2
\\ »«•< • 7l!
Ton' 41.45:1,281 55
WR«TOX AND lll't KH AN XON II. CO.
I . fV $25,001 ««0
I ; «lu.» 13,125 UO
Total „*«,125 I "J
LAV OKI, PORK AND SAND 1111.1. K. CO.
Riuhit' .¥ 5,£il »«7
W«od - lo.îts :»i
Total .815,750 oj
KiiSPOI.K A WESTERN K. <0.
Mcri-w ?2i»'.',8»i0 0)
CHESAPEAKE a OHIO R. CO.
\V:iYnc ? 76,7irî 9*
rnln-11 .... h •
I'uttiani U7,H|:< 72
Kanawha 4!fc!,84'.i 5.'
I ayetti- 61!,*« 41
"»nniiner» 112,217 92
M «mroe 24,44') 6S
• ircent-rier 820,250 91
Tola! t3,.V»8,.V»4 01
WEST MRUIXIA CERTRAL à PITOSIILRO R. <0.
Mineral 8220,'J03 *X>
MARTlNSUl'Ro A POTOMAC K. CO.
Hf-rkrlay îwi.oo» 00
KANAWHA A < HAL RIVKR R. CM I.
Kanawha 81*1,100 00
OHIO CENTRAL a. CO.
Mason ....... 8 97,775 0.1
Putuain _.... 12H,«.V» on
Kanawha 78,15o 00
Total........... $290,775 «0
There arc eighteen railroads ia the S ate,
as it appears from the above, with a total
valuation of Ç11,44 7,1>22 01.
Water rers are now «lue. Attention
is called to auvertisement in another col
AI.O\(i THE SHOllK.
Wlwt ia Being Hone on tlio Ohio
ClXclKNATt, December 5.—River 1 foot
and rising slowly. Clear and mild.
Eyassvii.i.k, December "> —River 2 feet
1 inches and about stationary. Cloudy and
Cairo, December .*>.—River !» feet 2 'nch
es and falling. Weather drizz'ing. Ther
Pittsburgh, Pa., December 5.—Monon
gahela River 2 fc-et and stationary. Clear
Ti e Batchelor leaves for Pittsburg to day
All the loca! packet« were ruuning yes
The Diurnal is the Parkersbur^ packet
The ftlaine passed up yesterday en route
The Chesapeake left for Parkersburg with
a big trip yesterday.
The Hig Sandy Packet CompRny has char
tered the Crante State.
The river was falling at dark last evening
with 4 feet of water in the ( hanel
The Chesapeake will take the "Crimes of
London" troupe to Marietta Sunday.
The steamer Richmond wag sold at Ner
Orleans on Tuesday to Captain Noah Sco
ville. Terms private.
I up owner of the rev? ferryboat Orion,
which runs between West Wheeling and the
Belmont mill, is very well pleased with his
The Joe Walton was aground down at
Davis Island yesterday. The tug Tide was
sent down to her assistance and it was ex
pected that bhe would get into port last
night. J'he Walton is reported as having
knocked a hole in her hnll on the way and
she will be placed on the docks lor repairs.
—ritts. Com. Cîaz.
A Louisville dispatch says: Mr. Charles
Clarke, the well-known river correspondent,
is iying very low at hi« home in the West
End, and the probabilities are that he can
not live much longer. He is in straighten
ed circumstances, and his family needs
help. Mr. Clarke w»é a native of Beaver,
and a broiher of "Grace Greenwood,' a
former well-known writer for the press.—
1MPROVK rnt WATER WORKS.
The following letter was received by the
wbarf master yesterday:
StcsiAL Office, War Dept., )
WlSUlKCTO.*, L>. C. ) '
Dkar Sir—Referring to your communi
cation of the 2!*th ult., I have to request
that you inform this office if this service
will be allowed to change the graduation
on the river gange to tenths, and also what
it will cost? - 8msAL Orne*.
A Holiday Kmporinm.
Whatever else the prudent householder
mt.v purchase in the line of holiday goods,
he is rare lo buy candies, fruits and nuts. '
No Christmas would be complete without'
them. Where, then, should he go to get j
the best. I'bdoubtrdly at N. Schulue's, on !
Market street. Mr. Schultze has just re
ceived and is constantly receiving fresh '
goods in his line and his stock of candies :
is being replenished every hour by fresh :
manufactures. His establishment is Santa ,
Claus' own residence. Florida sends her 1
golden oranges and Messina her lemons to j
add to his stock. Jamaica and Malaga ,
contribute oranges and grapes, with other !
delicate foreign fruit«. The new crop of
nut* has just arrived, including Brazil nata. '
Frglish walnuts. Southern pecans, Califor- •
nia soft »hell almond.' and numerous others. ;
Every clime ol the world is represented in,
fruita and nuts, all frech and deliciou«. Mr. :
Schultze has prepared, also, a fine aMort- •
meet of candies, especial!} for the holiday i
trade and purchasers should call on him.
Ei.urxn F. Bockikc. and C. Menkemiller. >
dirggifta, «ill refund the price paid if
Acker's Wrod I3ix?r deea not reli®ve any ;
♦ kin or blood disorder. : A new but thor
wghly tested discovery.
All A]>|>ml for Couvirllninu Hibcrtleld.
7V the Editor the Rrgitirr.
W u y eux u, December 5.—lhe city elec
tier, it fust approaching us and it is a com
men thing to «rit* up ihe good or bad act
of oh d sKking office, and it i* the dut/ u
< vejj citizen to endeavor to secure the b«a
men to fill those positions in the gift of til
We are pleased to know that Councilmai
Jol n G. llabertield i* a candidate tor Cit;
• Sergeant. He is now serving his aecorv
t»rru in Council from the Frut ward, aud i
tLe onlj Republican from said ward out o
six councilman. This should spea^ we!
and also commend him to the public ai :
Mr. Haberfield has been a faithful mem
ber of Council for four rears, and ha
, never been delic«e or backward ii
! .«pes Ling against any measure whicJ
fce believed to be wrong.
Our citizens bare not forgotten the cost!
way in which the city was assessed in 188
: and 1882. I he asdt-asora claimed three dol
! Urs per day lor every day in the montJ
' (Sundays excepted), while the ordiaauci
' provided thr*e djllars per day for every da;
ihey »ere acNially employed. Section 1C
atsetscrs ordinance. When their bills wer
presented, Mr. Haberfield objected to pay
ing them, work or play, ks it was contrar;
to the ordinance. A committee was ap
pointed to investigate the matter, which re
suited in a new orainance.
In 1881 the cost to assess the city wa
twenty-three hundred and seventy-one dol
lars t 1). In 1882 Mr. Haberfield call
ed a halt in time to stop such charges, am
cost the city for assessing eighteen hundre<
and twelve dollars (11,812.) The cost to
1881 and 1882 was forty one hundred anc
eightj-three dollars ($4.183.) The cost t<
the city in 1883 and 1884 with new ordi
nance was sixteen hundred dollars (11,600)
thus saving the city twenty-live hundret
and eighty-three dollars ($2,583) in tw<
years. Give Mr. llabertield credit for thii
The citizens will rememl>er that Council
man llabertield did not hesitate, but ob
jected to the paying of a bill presented b|
the city solicitor, calling for over thw
hundred dollars, ($306) which he though
the solicitor was paid a salary for, and wai
not eutitlfd to, the ordinance prescribing
bis duties very plain.
1 here seemed to be a doubt in the citj
solicitor's mind, as to whether he had t
right to charge for certain services, for ii
his communication to the council, he saic
such nçd such had been paid for, and wa:
»Bs never questioned ; but every body knew
v ho it »ns that questioned his right to b<
paid. Councilman Haberfield was th<
froui what he thought to be his duty, and i
would be well for the tax-pavers if we hai
more like him in the council.
When John (J. Haherfield filled the otfici
kcowr now as Vice President of the A. A
I. k S. W., then known as Deputy Uranc
Muster of the L'. S. V., it was then a dan
gérons position to hold, as the person holding
ii was liable to be discharged if known Hi
gave general satisfaction as Deputy Grand
I Master, aud was the first holding that posi
! lion to tuake himself known to the public
Me always done what he thought tobe righl
without regard to any person.
When Mr. llaberfield managed the forg«
department of the "Top mill" he treated al
I alike, and we believe looked after the beat
interest of the company. Kvery man en
i jojed what working men called theirrights
' lie was an impartial manager While h*
: was manager of the "Top mill" times wen
1 very hard, stores shutting down on their eus
[ tomers. Many men can tell and an
I ready to sp^ak how he aided their
I Mr. Haberfield was chairman of the com
, ir.ittee when the article was agreed upon b^
j the boilers and manufacturers. The articlt
I was first written, "We, the boilers of Wheel
] ing and vicinity, hereby agree to go on nc
strike or look out during one year, etc.,etc.'
I which would have been a very bad anc
j damaging blow to the boilers, fie detect««
j the mistake and it was changed to read
I ' For all the iron made or boiled during th<
i jear we shall be paid seven dollars anc
I twentj-iive cents per ton." It made a grta
I difference to the men. Peace prevailed anc
I no trouble followed for a long time.
He dcferves credit for many things, anc
especially for saving the city twenly-fivi
I hundred and eighty-three dollars, ($2,583
! iti two years.
I He is sociable with fall classes and cai
be approached by any person. He i« aim
read) to do any person a-favor. Ask Wm
Jones, who carries the mail, und James Mc
Namara, lock-up keeper, if he is not i
friend to the working man.
We submit the abwvefor the consideiatioi
of every tax payer, and voter, and hope yoi
will favorably consider his case. Come t<
the primaries and vote.
Khmimi F. Bockini; and C. Menkemiller
drnggibts. wish it known that they guarantee
j Acker s Dyspepsia Tablets to be the be«
I remedy for indigestion ever made. The;
I lwajs relieve headache.
j lot mu STKKKT M. K. <Hlk<l!-Pr.«phlui
I Sunday, t>cc. 7, IhSl, al 10:30 a m. and 7:00 y. M
; l>r the pn«u>r, Rev. J«.. F.. Smith. I>. I>. Subject»
l the morning aermoa: •'Methodism : it* influence
political and ivliifinin." eunriay-ix hoo| at 2 p m
Youtip People*» Meeting. Mondav, 7:*0p. m.
; fcK< ONI> PKFSBYTKMAN CHUKl-H.-iiorvIca
j at Second Presbyterian Church, Kor. W. H. Cooke
I'. I».. pKstor, al 10:30 a. tu. ami 7:00 p. m..
MRhT PRKsRYTERIaN < IH'IU'H - ftvuchlm
••UTiii.i», l><cenit>er 7, al 10:30 a. to . and 7:00 p. m,
I l.jr Rev. I>. A. Cunningham, I). !>., pa>lor. S.imlay
• liool at 9 a. ni. Mi«r>ion School, Eighteenth »treet
at 2:30 i>. m. Al! are invited
ZANK ST. M. K. CIIFRCH -Pre*, hin« Sundav
l*c. 7, at 10: to a. in., aud 7:|5 p. ru. by Rev. j
Henry lien, the past*. Sunday-» hool "at 2 p. in.
j All are invited.
, HF§1 BAPTIST CHURCH.—Preaching Sunday
reix-tuber ..at lo:Srt a. in. and 7:00 p. in., by the
paMor, Ke». Ii. M sliott. Morning topic: "It U lin
lahed." Evening: Revival. Sunday-»ebool al Î
i>. m. Y. I*. \V. A. Monday at 7:30 p.m. All arf
In i lied. Scat* free.
FIRST KNCi. EV. M'TIIÇRAN CHURCH.
Serviits Sunday. December 7.1H*1, at 10:*) a. in.
and 7 p. ni., by the paator, Re*. F. H. l*.rnMa»-r.
Sundav-echnol at I p. m All are welcome.
FN fTED PRE8BYTKRIAN CHFRCH.—Preach
in« Sunday, I*eeiuber 7, al 10:30 a. m. and 7:00
J'. m-, by ibe pa«tor, Rev. J. T. McClure, I». I).
raMialh-whrnil at 2 p. ni. W. J. W. Co»den, B»i.,
„Uo«-. An) WallI Mrret.
FORSYTHK Fridav, IUI, 10
o'clock p. m., Jo>*rH Foltsi me, aged 73 fear*.
Funeral notice hereafter.
HANDI.AN-fm Fridiv evening, Iiecetnber *,
I-si, al " 1"> p. m., A s sie K., wife of Wm. C. Iland
Funeral not ice to-morrow.
IN THE PASTRY
A T9.*p? T7SSD.
Cl I ■—■FbMIw.A«..»« dHI<-alrl> aad i
BraJI j m lk( frail fraa wkltk Ikcf an «M*.
FOB STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
MCMXO Br T»C
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. «t. Louis» Mo.
Dr. Priaa's Cream Baking Powdar
Dr. Priced Loptilin Yeast Gem*,
Dn( Dry H*f> \rmml.
POU e A-r.tr ST£ O-SOCTESC.
■*t «juk !st "<r «cuuVT
CLOSING OUT SALE
I, SIEDENBACH & B80„
1104 Mftln St.,
Desire to inform their friends
and the public generally that
they are about to change their
business. In consequence of
this departure they desire to
dispose at once of their entire
OF ALL KINDS.
These goods are all new,
purchased recently for the Fall
and Winter Trade before the
change of business was
thought ol. It is desired thaf
the patrons who have favoreo
this house in the past shall
have the benefit of the great
reduction which has been inadr
in all prices. This course has
been chosen in preference to
an auction sale, which ladies dt
not find it pleasant to attend
The stock must be closed out.
and purchasers will find it te
their advantage to call and ex
amine the goods before mak
ing purchases elsewhere.
The Public s Obedient Serv
A. SIEDENBACH & OHO.
1104 Main St.,
*Wliet'linjr, W. Vi«.
We have now in Block «ome of the hand
somest goods for the Holidays that we hare
ever offered to the public.
Rattan Chairs of every style
Reed Chairs in all styles
Fancy Chair Cushions.
Ladies' Desks ol latest de
Beautiful Rugs and Mats.
Fine Curtains, Etc.
Body Brussels Carpets.
havè a large assortment of Itoifj
Brussels Carpels, in elegant designs,-that
we wish to close out, and in order to do
thin, have reduced the price« to auch figure«
that they are sure to sell. Come in and see
1124 Main St
V * „ V
King Perfection Refrigerato'
ICE CREAM FREEZE!!
i KKCEUR-UREO «MER COOCR.
Best Oil Stove
; B. F. Caldwell'0^
HO. 1507 MAIN STREE
P»nW Mita« tU
I Cm ot4aia Uf at cm kjr or&rriaf Wy Rdiftmg
1 n«an4«i K EomruxE bkov
; Geography of West Virginia,
MI»« KUOTEt» OWGR A PHY ( A»I> CAR I, Y
HU-orr-, M W«* VJrtfnl*. IRltaMtaUtf. W«(
^ MpOe »M4 «t«4y K. Vm ywolM ky
Mtdtaata or «cat Vf Mil lav K»ata.
A C KKOT*.
1 a«??-* WkaaUa
Jaiiuiii'.v 1. l^v>,
Willi EVERY SALE of
Clothier, Tailor L Furnisher,
1158 Mnin StiNMM
Boots & Shoe]
Bargains in All Grades,
Ladies' & Children'
XX. J*. Soliultz
im: maimrtkkpt. ».<
Proclamation by the Governo|
.11 IrtSFJtfOFTHE MU'RRMR COIRT <»
Win kka«, It nw«"«ni from lltr irrtlti.nw i
lumrd in :»• Ii; In«1 tomiiilmlonir« ih t»«
( .11,11» ni |lii> w iwal roiintir* »I thi* Diatr, thaiI
III)' gilli ml I'll « III,II III Mid Mate, lialil on I "
'I ui-<lny Iii Hctolrr, I«*!, lut a il»' -
I ••nit of A|i|iral>, lor lilt- l'ill trrui ol •! «if
couMsdM on Um IM 4*) of Jnwy M
fit,lit,K on I In- lliirt)-flr»l day u( Ifecrialirr
Adam Mi)«lrr rr<ri*i\ N-itnlr |bou«*a4 »(
hulidr.it aud lnrtjf»tf« »otr«, an l Wlllma H I
I- II, I ncrlvcd *Uty-«i* iIi.,ii«jh>I ihr»"«' I
•Ii »oli »; ami for ihr uni »piriil Ii rm of aa.4 i t
iiidinir on the thlriy-lin i day ol Dwrm'-f !* • j
III Hip \a< am ) • .m«'I >7 tin r»'«l*ualion ol il
A! 1 ' K. IIa) nionil, I ill' a Jiiil/p..! ».
ttdilifl Wood» rtvrlwd «o»rnly thousand i.laau
dii l ami ttmli (our Tot»-», and J»wc« II. Uri
n<(|vtd »l*t;-»U Iii' iiMiiil and Ally r«W
V hm for«, I, Jaeoli B. Ja. k«.m, ijo •»"!■" J I
Malco! W int \ Irjlola, do. by tl l». in« prwld
lion, drrlarr lb»' Ad«ui I'. ftaydrr baflaa r»c«
tbi' lilgbiat tiumlirr of vol»« <*at al «Idrlaru
ha* Im • o duly i Inlrd • Judgr of Ihr Rapn n.»<«
• f Apical» ol Ihl« Mala for lb* full him "I <•"
VI »if. i-oinmrui'lBx on tho Aral da) of -Uttuifi
IVh. an.I Iliai '»•muri Woada harlna r«--i <4
lilybrat nun brr of folia i*»t at m id rim I * I
Urn duly rlarlrd a Jude» ol Iii« auprra»' «art I
At>p< aJ< of tlila Mala for Ibr abaiplriJ t'ria af <~
on., r. t Ddlnn ou Iba iblrty-flrat >tay »I i*«v*l
iw»8, to fill Iba waai'f In aaiJ o®. «• r»» »•,
Ilia n*l|||lllaa of Hod. Al|ibi'ua F. Ha) m >«4.
lu trat I mon» wharaof I i.« ■
(— * »at Miy band and i«ii«ad Ihr <<r#al '
», « 1 oMI*»»ld MM lo to aftiod, ai tar»
I • ' ) (if Whrrllo*, thla »IIb day of l»y»»i
wf—' I'M. and *1 Ihr >!•«» Iba larni» <•
u iw.^ J. B. Ja» Kiit |
By Ib« IrorriBor.
KANIKJLI'II MTAI.N A KFR, Ja..
frmtary of Hlair.
TO TIIS .
TUR ttKAMHt A Ml M, CA IT. CHlW
MIHI KM A >. wlil lia** *kwn. t t'f*
Krlrao» S(*KI)AV KVKNIl"., !>►'». 'I
l-»l piotldrd i.aa Luarfrrd pa.>»<n*i*« . • ■ ■
f<>t tbr round lilp al |Mi r»rh. Hf <">• • T
tuain n Nr» lirlran» Il Iraai «r»m day^.a«!'^
i.lali loard and lodi ing vbila !!.••#. fw-»«*"
U »»nurd by I toruiU-r 7», lof wbirb a| |1y U
FKABK h fil H. Aar.i,
nol»Tu,Tb,Ka| H barllnr. **
SATURDAY, DEC 6,1384|
MATIMKK AMI) KtKSIMU.
Thm firrtlad o* ail Malo-Dra»»«.
THE CRIMES OF LONDON.
ACT I.—TW Wolrca of Morirty.
ACT II.-Tbr Hayn I of tbr NtgM *Ma.
ACT III.— htwgdCt Prlaaa.
ACT IV.—M. ff. liailoay Matl-m
ACT V.—Lord tHaubofw a ItlM.
THE CRIMES OF LONDON COMPAQ
Military Brail Band aad Orcbe»W|
lo>iMi«a-F*Mia(. 10 gad V *7L+.
,91 V) Mallprr. a amd Vr**u. T
ml«. h>tu am at ^
ACADEMY JF MUSIS'
WhacMaf'» FaaMy Parlor TM*1
Imnant PaatUraty Ow W»*
TIE BOSTON DIME MUSE»
Falorai FnaU OwMtira, Maeha"'*
►•»ally Haaga flrtaiBiiw. Ik' ^
J La IMaIVvI »ftJ^Ala -a
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