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THE PLENARY COUNCIL.
Do« of th« moct important ec:lesiastics£
conventions eyer hekl in this country was
the Plenary Council of the Roman Catholic
Chnrch, which closed its sessions at Balti
more on Sunday. The work accomplished
will hare {treat weight in the fiture pro
pre« of th» chuivh. and the labors of the
eminent men in attendance at the Council
will brin? forth wonderful fruit in the vears
that are to come. Among other things pro
vided, in part (or, was a great American
Catholic College, and measures were adopted
which will tend to encourage the Catholic
press. The Council seriously considered the
(jueation of the family, and labored intelli
gently to bind more closely and establish
more firmly the marital relationship ot its
members. If the lioman Catholic Church had
never accomplished any other good than the
noble stand it has taken, and the influence
exerted in restraining the widespread di
vorce contagion, it would be entitled to the
veneration of all good people, and now that
it has re-avowed itself to combat with that
great evil, the world—and especially the
American world—will wish it fîod speed.
The Council has been an important event
for the Catholic Church; it mar prove to
have been the same for our whole people.
FHOM THK F A H MHUl.
A IuuUm'i* lady'» View» of Dlitui«'»
Speech an<l tbe "Ne«" South.
LonsuiV Not. 3, I S3 4.
The generous and sympathetic part of
our nature« had just gone oat in tull force
to Mr. Blaine for his great disappointment,
when our indignation is again aroused by
his speech to his friends an 1 neighbors, in
Augusta. Me., on the l*th ult. We cannot
let it pass without a protest. The reckless
manner in which he discussed the people of
the Southern StaUs, shows that he is igno
rant of the real condition of things in the
South, and that he is in tail of sectional
piejudice and {»arty malice, and unworthy
to have been President of the f'nite-l
States. We al! agree with Mr Rlaine that
the "first instinct of an American is
equality of political rights." but de
ny tl»at six millions of American
citizen* have had their political rights
crushed out by violence. The negroes are
an inferior race. They have not the capa
city to govern and not one in a hundred
have any desire to take part in elections.
The Republican party is responsible for the
monstrous outrage, of giving the franchise
to the negro. They did it with the hope
. and expectation of perpetrating their tyran
ical rule over the south, and now they will
never be able to deprive them of citiaenship.
The negroes hare the commau instinct of
self preservation and know that their inter
ests are inseparable from the country and
people with whom they live. Consequently
they formed Democratic club« all over the
south and a great many voted the Demo
cratic ticket. Now tha*. many *of the
• negroes have gone over to their
opponents. • The Republicans can
not comprehend the situation.
Mr. Blaine talks of th.- competition in
wages between Northern and Southern la
borers. Is not this » little at variance with
our ideas of political e onomy since the
North needs our sugar and cotton and we
need their wheat, corn and pork ? Mr. Blaine
will not live to see the dar when the ne
groes of the South will work for 'thirty live
tents per diem." They make good wages
the year round; besides what they earn in
wage*, they have their house and garden,
and il they have them.'pasture for chickens,
pigs, cows, horses or mules, etc.; free of
rent. The negroes are the most indepen
dent and contented laborers in the world
unless they are interfered with by de|>raved
and wicked Republicans who are always on
hand to stir up strife at elections and get
the poor negro into trouble. But they failed
this time to get up a riot at the polls any
where in the South, so far as 1 have heard.
In conclusion, I wish to assure Mr. Blaine
that he may dismiss all fears as to the future
prospects of the country. The Democrats
will govern the country with such even
handed justice, good sense and moderation
that even Mr. Blaine will bless the day they
took possession of the government.
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>11»| !NU LIM KS.
Km ma Nevada is not pretty.
Tennyson still wears shabby clotjy.
Mr. Blaine is invited to many banquets.
Paper Utiles are no* used extensively in
Paris.
A new stade in hosiery is called Presby
terian blue.
Kngland is to have an immense panora
ma of American scenery.
Asbestos cloth is now used in Kuropj for
fire-proof theatrical mem.
Blaine has the writing of other books than
his history under consideration.
Mahogany is coming more and more iuto
use in the manufacture of furniture.
At one of the- coming banquet* in St.
Inouïs only American w.nes arc to be used.
John Kelly is going to write an article
for one of the New York literary magn
ziaetL
Mrs. Logan nearly always has a number
of bright young ladies abont her in Wash
ington.
Channcey M. Depew, New York's favor
ite afterdinner speaker, has fifty invitations
ahead.
Paris is said to be ama/ed at the displav
of wealth and beauty which effusive Ameri
cans are making there.
A London bank has issued an order for
bidding clerks whose income is less than
$750 a year to marry.
A Tennessee man lived on the farm for
sixteen years without knowing that it had a
cave on it worth f-0,000.
David l>avis is not so heavy as he used
to be, but the roller skating proprietors do
not yet hanker for his patronage.
A New York bride is indignant because
one of her wedding j. resents, an alleged
seal-skin sacque, proves to be dyed beaver.
ßusiness ie depressed in Canada even
more than in this coantry. It cannot be
the effect of the Presidential election ia
Canada
Poking ran at U19 Urethren.
PkiUtJtlfkfa Jîemttj.
It is a rather delicate question to ask om
esteemed contemporaries who exnaustod
themselves in advocacy of the tariff, but
'could the Cobden Clob have had anything
to do with President Arthur's message and
the report of Secretary McCulloeh *
Jost a Uni« Mit* Sn«.
Cterrin l I, mJt.u
"Mr. Cleveland is our first Kuklux Presi
dent, and Tom Hendricks is our first Cop
perhead Vice President. They represent
the lowest and vilest elements of America!
politics.
His Apology.
Abilrm (iToa.) Bryrltr.
News is as hard to get as monej. Som<
of the collectors will then realize how difh
cult is our task—trying to collect both no«
and
Ts* 1 sagfen's City Batter Cracker*.
A PASTORAL LETTER
TmucU by (ha Mulwn tad rnlalM of th<
Utc Plenary Council.
Wsshixuto*, December 12.—The pastora
letter of the Archbishop and the Bishops o
the United Sut», composing the thirc
Plenary Council at Baltimore, to the clergj
and laity of their charge, is made pubu<
through the Catholic Mirror. It is a length]
document, bat the following abstract give<
the main pointa of the leading matter whicl
engaged the attention oi the ConnciL Re
lerence is made to the great increase ol
Catholic institutions in the past eighteen
rears, especially in the West The assem
bling by rope Pias IX. of the General
Council oi tne Vatican, is alluded to as one
of the most important events of the age,
and detailed accounts of its vork are given.
The Catholics of Prussia are commended
ft r tLeir good work in availing themselves
of eveiy. legal means to check the advances
ot depotism and save their own freedom and
tha» of their country.
The letter then discussed the laws of the
chur<hand this country in the following
terms: "We think that we can cUim to be
acquainted both with the laws, institutions
and spirit ot the Catholic church, and with
the laws, institutions and spirit of our
country, and we emphatically declare there
is no antagonism with them. A Catholic
finds himself at home in the United States,
for the influence of his church has - con
stantly been exercised in behalf of iadi
viduaf rights and popular liberties, and
every right minded American can no
where find himself more at home than in the
Catholic church, for nowhere else can he
breathe that atmosphere of divine truth
which alone can make us free."
"We repudiate with equal earnestness the
assertion that we need to lay aside any of
our devotedness to our church to be-true
Americans; the insinuation that we need to
lay aside any of our love for oar country's
principles and institutions to be laifhful
Catholics. To argue that the Catholic
Church is hostile to our great Republic be
cause she teaches that there is no power but
from God, because, therefore, back of the
events which led to the formation of the re
! public, she sees the providence of God lead
ing to that is6ue, and back of our country's
laws the authority of God as their sanction,
is evidently so illogical and contradictory an
assertion that we are astonished to hear it ad
, ranctd by vtrsons of ordinary intelligence.
We believe our country's heroes were instru
ments of the God of Xa'ions in establishing
this borne of freedom; to both the Al
mighty and to Ilia instrumente in the work
we took with grateful reverence, a ad to
maintain the inheritance of freedom which
they have left us. should it—which (Jod for
hid be imperilled, ot>r Catholic citizens
will be found to stand lurward ad one man
rrady to pledge anew ' their lives and their
fortunes and their .«acred honor." No less
illogical would be the notion that there is
aught in the free spirit of our American in
stitutions iucompatibU with perfect docility
to the church of Christ."
A considerable portion of the letter is
i'evc.ed to the di*ctuu«ion of the education
ot the clergy and their pustoral rights with
re - ptct to church property and church
'V ts. The letter says the properties are
htdd in tri st for the church for the benefit
of the people. it often becomes necessary
•o contract church debts. Where the mul
tiplication ot the (athoiic population has
be« n-rapid, rapid work had to be done in
»reeling churches and schools, and if under
.such circumstances pastors had to wait till
hL the funds were in hand before beginning
work a generation mould be left without
the necefsarj spiritual aids and might be
lost to the church and to C.od. It is our
earnest wish that existing debts should be
liquidated as soou as possible, iu order that
the rnorey now consumed in paying inter
est night be employed in great improve
m-nls still to be made, and especially in
helping on the glorious work of Christian
cducatior.
We desire that the history of the I'nited
Nates should be carefully taught in our
Catholic f coco's, and wÇ have directed that
it be especially dwelt upon in the education
of our }Oung ecclesiastical students in our
prcpara;ory seminaries. So also we desire
»hat it form a favorite part of the home li
brary and home reading. We must keep
jTin and solid the liberties of our country
by keeping fresh the noble memoria« of the
past an J thus send forth from our Catholic
homes info the arena of public life not par
tisans but patriots.
Sabbath desecration is strongly con
demned and a pure life commended.
WESTON.
Po*tol)ic-« Hun. A, A. Lewi« l\ s Marshal
•-Hospital for th« lawn, Hud. John J.
l>»vis l)*nre, for Cabinet 4c., Jke.
t Wmtos, W. \ a., December 12.—Since
the fever impulses of Dolitics «waved this
vicinity, poetoffice applicants hold the fort
with a burning patriotism and braveiv that
only find rival in Molly Pitcher ami Cas
siotnaca. The civil service bill looks dis
couragmgly uncomfortable to some of the
aspirants. The present incumbent aside,
from partuan motives is an acceptable post
master But to ' the victors belong thespoils,'
therefore. to those who labored for the vic
tory won belong the benefits. Now, what
man here above all others, for substantial
' u u i cau3e Democracy rendered
should the Weston poitoilice ' be given '
None other thaa Judge T.. A Ed wan Is, ed
:tor of the \\ eston Democrat. He has done
more for the success of the party in this
county than any twenty men in the county.
He is without any limitation or qualifica
tion. the truest man to the principles of De
mocracy in the State.. He has
brain and heart enough to for
give the most bitter stroke of ingratitude to
advance his party success. He has labored
d»j ar.d night during the last twelve years
for the cause with zeal and willingness
aintdst constant bickerings and industrious
antagonisms. He has sacrificed much to
heal the schisms that here rankled in th«
bosonI of'Democracy. We therefore nomi
nate the Judge with "Sandv" Brown as chief
clerk for the postoffice at Weston. Wc
dont know that Judge Edwards
would^accept the postoffice were it tendered
him—but he a!>ove all others here has the
pre-eminent claim where he is disposed to
'L (>ur polished ajid courteous
Inend, Hon. A. A. Lewis, would glitter ad
Marshal, sod do Democrat couM it deck
more worthily than he. The overcoat ol
district Attorney Flick wouldn't make a
vest pocket for any one of the legal light«
here willing to fill his place. Were it no!
for fear of invading the patent right ol
Charles Selby (the gentleman who one«
wrote his own obituary here to set
how the cation would bo* its
• head in sorrow and grief at his demise),
we wonld suggest a fine piece of legal tirabei
for President Cleveland s Cabinet—but we
have never talked to Charles O'Connor not
any big man like our anti posthumous
fame Selby. A visit to the hospital for the
insane a tf w days since revealed the tnan
agement of the icstiturion in genuine order
Hut it cocld not be otherwise with such 8
corps of officers and attendants. The nos
pital is no'ed ai the Uowerbed o
matrimony. The hardest heart thai
ever throbbed in the breast of a
misogamist would there be melted intc
matrimony. The attendants, Hersv, Kraus
* and Riley, will soon yield to the irresistibh
impulse. Some of our Weston girls wan
Hon. H. l^wis, Andrew Kdmisten, Dr
Holt to take m position there awhile. A
movement is on foot in the State, we under
stand, among the colored people, to start <
new paper. This enterprise should be en
conraged. When the committee gets
ready to purchase a press it wonld be wel
to lake a i irtt's eye ( Hawk) view of Weston
We notice, and with no stunning surprise
either, that the name ot Hon. John J. Daris
of Harrison, is being urged for a position it
Cleveland's cabinet. As to Mr. Davis' abil
ity, etc.. we have nausrht to say, bat th<
claims of Clarksburg to any position, eithei
national or State, or even district, are a<
' baseless as the fabric of a vision." Ai
Judge Ferguson once said ot Clarksburg
"She has never forgiven the mac who live
ont of the county or was not born in it. Sh<
has famished the* Congressmen from thi:
district ever since the district was formed
and when a Democrat was running for Con
; grecs, or the Senate, not a native or çesi
1 dent, the Democracy of this aristocrats
; county—always and without a single exesp
lion—evinced her selfish and mucrean
apostaay. This little State of West Virginia
might be able to get along without Harmon
' couotj, bot the Nation (in Clarksburg's
opinion alone) could never.
I 0. M. Chidester, Esq., one of our youn^
r and talented lawyers, contemplâtes locat
' ing at Webster Springs. Several dances
on the programme for the holidays, the
grandest of which will take place the night
after Christmas in the brick mansion of
• A. P. Whelan.
Judge T. A. Edwards, Dr. A. H. Kumt,
Hon. W. E. Lively and M. W. Harrison, ac
companied by their wives, left for New Or
leans to-day.
The Register is the most welcomed vis
itor to our town. From 75 to 100 impa
tiently await at J. B. Finster's every morn
ing for its arrival.
Knilnrit« Proposition.
Alba»jf Timet.
I The tariff question resolves itself into a
1 problem something similar to this: Which
! is best, free trade or no trade?
J.FACB—On Thursday, at 12:30 o'clock p. m.,
j fît ila Louisa, daughter of Augast B. and Kall«
j I eacl-, aged 1 year and 11 dajs.
Funeral from hla late residence, 310» McCullough
I »tuet, th e Saturday afterceon at 2 o'clock. Friends
' of the family are invited tu attend. Interment at
Xt. Zion cemetery.
FLADING—On i riday evening, at 6:30 o'clock,
1 Svaaaa, daughter of James and ou tua Smith, and
wife of Jacob Fladlng, aged J2 years, 10 months and
, 10 day*.
Funeral from the residence of bet father, in Ben
wood, Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Intrrmeut at Mt. Cal
vary. Friends of the family Invited.
A CAKI).—To all who ara «uttering from the er J
Ton and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness
early decay, lose of manhood, Ac., I will tend a ra
te that will car* yon, FREE OF CHABOE
great remedy waa discovered by a missionary In
South America. Send »ell-addressed envelop« to
Rkv. T. Ileum, Suuvm J), Ü«* For*.
DIED,
AMUSEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE,
Two Niffhtu Only.
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 12 and 13.
For the Flrat Time in this City,
MIISC'S LANDING!
BY SCOTT MARBI.E, ESQ.
A Charming Comedy Drama. Full of Startling Sit
nation*, intcraperned with Sparkling Mu&ic.
Chaste and Pleading Olio and Divemtiea.
A>Constant Flow of Laughter Tears.
Two hours and a half of continuous pleasure. A.
Great Play. A Powerful Plot
MISS FRANCES BISHOP,
A8
LITTLE NSUGG'S.
i h<' Dashing Biral of LOTTA, and her L'nexcellU,
Mirth-provoking Comedy Company, embracing the
lopular favorite, AI.FKED McDOWhlX, as the
I and Agent, ASA O. BECK, with a strong ctt-t.
«>') Admission 7~> and 50 cents. Matinee 50 and
cents. No extrrcharge for reserved seats.
£a!e of «eats Wednesday, December 10.
lieTd.teTH
OPER A_HO U SE.
A WHIRLWIND OF FUN.
MONDAY, UECKMHKR 13. 1884.
M. W. Hanley's Company,
Presenting Edward Harridan's
New York aucces»
Dan's Tribulations,
Which wa< witness by over half million peo
ple during its long run at Harridan A Hart's
1 heater. New York.
FUN. M1RTH,MUSICISQNG
All the Original Scenery!
All the Original Songs!
: ('tmiinjc Home from Meeting! Hello, Bob
by ! Lover* us Long a*'the World
(■ont lOouud ! Little Siile Door!
I Mountain Dew i
Admission COjuid 75 cents. No extra charts tor
: rwtrved seats, ^ale of seat« at F. W. Baumer's F'ri.
.'ay morninf. <lel'2e*dt
OPEllA HOUSE
HI— —
WHEELING'S LAUGHING FESTIVAL;
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 16.
The Comedy Triumph of the Century ,|
HARRISON and GOURLAY
AND THEIR
Fanion« Comedy Organization,
Presenting in this city for tbe first time their phe
nomenally xucccssful And uulreraally ac
acknowleJged muet bu mérous of all plays,
SKII'Ï'EI»
By ihe Light of the Moon!
1 he Lan hing Succès« of the Era in »11 tbe Prin
cipal Cities of America, from New Vork
to &n Francisco.
! : NOTE. Tbe proinction in this city will be j
j ■ given with tbe name appointments a'd exactly j
; the Mme company as appeared during the run •
: cf thi-> play, of J2ö nights, in New York.
Ke»enred 8>at* at usual prices, on sale Friday
j morning at F. W, haunter's. delleadi
CIIAHLEY SHAY'S
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Wheeling's Family Parlor Theatre
. Uîa>MMEÂC?Nû/k ' :monday:oec. 8H.J
Fnj»g«i£ect Poaitively One Week Only of
BAYLIES &, KENNEDY'S
BRIGHT LIGHTS,
From their F«oples' Theatre, Chicago, 111. A 8ta'
Company without an equal, composed of the best
»tists In tbe profes-ion, and giving an entertain
u eut aurpa-ving anything of ttie kind mo in thia <
atr.
Popular Price« of Admission—Reserved s«4!s SOc.
Frese CinleWe. Oallery iv. ladies' 1-ishionable
n atinees * ed nexiay and Saturday. Mninoes, re
. «*r*ed. 3fc. : Cirv le, t'«.; (iallery IV. TL'keta on
sale at W H. sheib's music »tore.
Ot Monday, December 15th, Ida SMdon'a Fa
1..QUS Ma»todjoQS. de<a
HONEY!
»
I ANOTHER LOT OF THE
SkEMEiksli Valley Honey
nc
> COMBS AND JARS,
AT
; R. J. SMYTH'S, i
ho» Cop. Market Mid IWtMlltk Sta.
An nounoomexit.
Ferro« Kuimi: P«» uiounCkpC fa.
Prince a* a candidate for the ncnlnatfoa for City
trrmnt, sub eet to the Democratic priaaariea. and
oblige «»any friend*. no3T>h
CCXAJL.! COAL!
Partit« desiring the ee'etaated
Bridgeport Coal
Caa obtain same at orce by order?og by toiephoM
or mail.
■«mniSa HOHMJXI BROS.
UKW APVlUTIilWlMTi.
Ladt belle, Egyptian queen, be
real« fut, p—it u4 futuie. Ohrts tdrice
od money,busine« and family afairs. Hours tron
1 to 9 y. at. Ma M Eighth si not. io(Um
OR K KMT—TITRE S ROOM8 AMD BASB
ment kitchen. B«nt reasonable to good tenant
without children. Pot est on given January 1. En
quire at M Virginia street. dellr
G ENTLEHEN >8 ttLLK AND .'FELT H Aid
ITC arm ted to present stries st moderate chargw.
by Wm. Gralowsky, the Pinctkal Hat'.ar, Pitts
burgh, Fa. Leave your ordan with Mew York H*t
BWeihery. St Sixteenth street W heeling. n>>4eib
"ITTANTED—8ALÏ8MAN IN EVERY COUN
TY ty. 175 a month siLary and expenses. Goods
sold by sample. Send stamp. La Belle Mfg. Co.,
Chicago, 111. de4gbc-eod
Stockholdere' Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stoce
holdersof the Core Mining Company will be
held at tb« office of W. J. W. Cowden, 1222 Chap
line street, on Saturday, December 20, at 7:30 p. m.,
for the election cf five (S) Directors.
detSA20 . J. £. REED, Secretary.
For Sale—Sixteenth St. Property.
OIX-BOOMED F.RICE HOUSE. NO. 62 81X
O teenth »trtet.
WANTED— »1,000 and *S)00 on unlncum
ten it real estate in this city. Either oi the proper»
tits are worth several times the amount wanted.
O. O. 8MI rH,
Real Estate Agent and Broker,
del.'Iq 1220 Main Street.
llrufeN Fir.* Sel» !
Braus Fender»!
Bra*» Coal Hods !
-AT
Nesbltt tb Bro.'s,
del3 1312 MARKET STREET.
FINE DclORATcO VASE LflMPo !
SUITABLE FOR
WEDDING OR HOLIOAY GIFTS.
Nice \ew (ioodn.
BWING BROS.
Market St., opposite McLnr« lions«.
dcM '
LAFf EST AhTfIWSUSSORTMENT
OF
Christmas Tree Trimmings,
Fruit and Fiower Baskets
Ever brought to tills City, at
GEO. L. DUKST'S,
1113 Mar<H 6tree'. ICE CREAM the >ear round.
7V>R CINCINNATI AND INTERMEDIATE
point.«, tlic tine Mde wheel jwwnger steamer
h
St. Lawrenoe
mmandei
Clerk
I It^nat.,
IAMES KIRKER « Commander
ElV.ENE LIST .... Clerk
Will lean a.« above on SuiMny, I>ive!iit>er 111
:ii 7 o'clock a. in. For freight >>r i..u->a;c
board or to FKAN K BOOTH,
TWO HUNDRED BOXES
Of Assorted Sires
FINE NEW LAYER FISS
Just Beceired l>y
N . SCHULZ,
dec 1310 MARKET STKEEl.
>T OT1CE—BEING DESTROYS OK PETTI. I SO
I up my business, ( will otter special induce
uituts to merchants or bininc-s met». Will givo :i'J
(trceut discount ou my stock of gonds, which ii
general and «rail kInM. and taught at lowest cash
prices, H ill lea-e or sell the property consisting of
a first c'»s> store room, ware room and cellar with a
„-nod dwelling attached, containing ten large tioely
furnished apartments. Localiou j;»od and well es
raMirhed trade. Terms of sale to suit purchaser, or
gowl town property taken in exchange. For further
•rifr.'iuation app.y to JOHN DOO.VAN, Grafton.
W.V«. del3
A Large ard [lrgait Line
—OF—
HOLIDAr GOODS!
GO TO
JOHN FflEDEt'S,
CHINA STORE.
NewGools and Low Prices.
IXNPE(TIO\ INVITED.
1130 Main St.
den UillDLIXi, W. VA.
MORE FOR YOUH MONEY
0
than erei before, ein now he secure«! in purchasing
in our lli.c of
Holiday Goods.
TASTY \ovi:i,tii:h,
Standard Toilet and Other Goods
Suitable for the season. Call kakly.
I.OGAN A CO..
Prupglsts, Bridge Oorner.
Cüraiul CoiM'orl.
Cent h Mm e everywhere. Street, Parlor, opera,
I In.it h Mcrr ing, Matinee, Ev. ntng, Night. nolo«,
I uete, punnet », Choruses, Soprano, Alto, Tenor,
! a e. Ough Muccultnr, Femenlre. Venerable, Ju •
«•nH<". Cnugli Fngli«h. Herman, Italian, Minstrel,
P< at lien Cliinec, an«* Whoop Prima Donna« sing
in the chorus: No preRrannne*! No cncr>r«>l
tT« r j tiody Congh !
W hen you get tired of the music, try
ric**:tnt. I'oes not constipate or debilitate.
IJrge Bottle* ^'5 cents.
All the best I'vi-'iti limpet, «fr.
LOGAN A CO.,
del:t Druggitts, Bridge Corner.
XI. 1«\ Holirons,
GROOBR,
C217 sud 321» HAltKEl STKEËT.
;ofeth li:aoch .«tore 3-01 Jacob street Largest, best
ffi rtcd (id <iiiirp<st greet res in the city. No
Itad»r?lni*rtlc«il»r. All goods sold low. de!4
TRY THE
Yocr Cakes will'show it» superior qualities.
Sold by
LIST «b WILLIAMS,
(R H. LM, t'.iamifnctnrer.» 1010 MADÎ 81BKET
and by all dr»t cla*» grocer*. <1«M
A Splendid Holiday Gift.
JMTEOYKD OEOGKAPHICAL AND H13TOKI
i al card*, ooosUoirg inatrucüon with amiucmrnt.
rut op la »truBf paper boxe«. Two hundred cards
1b a box. Price o! «ach set 11.03. Sent to anj- ad
dreM. . F. H. CRAOO,
delCra Sllf Jacob Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
Holiday Goods Now Ready.
AX
ELEGANT STOCK
OF
]\EW GOODS
FOB SALE AT
Prioeei to Suit the Times,
• * by
«Joseph Graves,
deô » TWELFTH BTBKgl
$5 ta »RS&SSSAS'iCâr'B'
niW ÂPVtUTISEElIfTg.
HOLLY and EVERGREENS
SEA MOM,HAKTFORDFEIUM£
AND
Pampas Flumes
Ca a be had at
KIRK'S ART STORE,
de» 1005 MART 6TI
SPARERIBS,
BACKBONES,
TENDERLOINS/
SAUSAGE MEAT
DAILY AT
F. SCHENK & SONT9,
1130 MARKET STREET, and at oar Sec
ond and Fifth ward market«.
We will offer a special btrgain for a ihort timer
Sausage Meat at 96.50 per one hundred poonds.
F. SCHBJJK SOJf.
Selling Ou{,at Cost.
I AM GOINO TO MOVE TO CHICAGO,
I will «ell out mjr entire stock of Caniiea, Confec
tion* and fixtures at ooet
A. 7. ROTH,
de-ledb . 37 TWELFTH STREET.
General Express Business.
-rvrE HAVE OrEUED OUR OFFfCE AT 1211
Main street. All orders left at oir office or bj tele
phone will receive prompt attention. Piano mov
ing a ai ecial ty. Telephone No. 79.
delOt A. BTPMPP A CO.
AXXOI'Xl'EWtLVT.
Editor Kfçhltr:
Annouce me as a candidate for the office of City
Sergeant, at the ensuing municipal election.
Bwpectfully, W. L. FL'G ATE.
nellh
JUST RECEIVED,
100 Boxen Memina Lemon.*,
IOO Boxe» Florida Orange»*,
25 Koxpn Frail's I>h1cn.
For tale at low market rate« bv
O. 9- FBBNBY,
deOs 1»10 MAIN STKEEr.
ri-'ilE MOST ELEGANT AND API'BOPRIATE
X Cbri>Utias Present would be one of those
splendid
Henry F. Miller Pianos.
First-class in every particular, and cheaper than
anything of the kii<d can be bad elsewhere.
TO I".E SEEN AT
Household Sewing Machine Room*,
.let 131) MARKET STREET.
BOOKSTT
Tue story of a country town-e. w.
Honk.
"Tho*. t'arlylein London' lSTii-'Rl," Fronde.
"Through the Stage Door," Harriett Ja y, the
English Actrcss.
'•lile of James A. Garfield," Brown.
"History of the American People," McMastors.
New took.s constantly received.
J. 33. WILSON,
nol_ 1302 MARKET STREET._
PARSONS,
- MASTER (
PHOTOGRAPHER,
CITY.
noSl
CHRISTMAS BOXES.
Fob all kinds ofboxes, suitable fob
t-'unday tH'huolaand other entertainments, go
to the
WHEELING BOX FACTORY,
Corner Fourteenth and South street» (over Fran jell's
hardware store.) JI EM Hi MORRIS,
dffifodmArd Proprietor.
BRlC-A ßR'C AND FANCY GOOQSl
WE AP.E OFFERING OUR ENTIRE LINE
* * of the at OTe goods, consisting of articles in
Plusb, Fine Glass, China and Olive Wood at coat
und in many catee less, to make room for Holiday
Goods.
Ninnton & Davenport, '
nol 1301 Market Street.
BREECH LOADING GUN I
Having just received another lot of the
Celelirated
"Farker" and H. Pieper Double Guns,
And several of the finest Single Guns that
are made, I cm prepared to offer extra in
ducements for the next 30 days before the
shooting season closes. Shells, Primers,
Wads, and Gun Implements always on hand,
- A.T -
I. G.DII.I^OX'S,
1««3 MARKET ST.
!)OS
WHEELING AND ELM GROVE R. R
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10,
IFM trains on the Wheeling and £lm Grove
i si rosd will run as follows:
I fnvinc tbecity at (Leaving Wheel'« Park at
«:»>*. M. 3:00r. M.
MWI " S.W
1 :(0 " 7:<0
1:00 P.M. 9:00
SO A.M. 4:00 P.M.
y:H0 " 6:00 "
*:00 "
V:O0 p. M. a: 10 "
0!« Sl'JfO»*'.
I esve the city at 8 a. oi. and every hour until 9
,. m.
1 «ate Wheeling l'atk 9 a. m. and every hour until
"p m. C. HEKSH. S.ipu
TRIMBLE & LUTZ,
Ki{,h and Low Pressure and Ex
haust Steam Heating and
Vcintilating a Specialty.
PLUMBING
Ou the Moss Improved Methods.
Fl> E STOCK OF
Gr AS FIXTURES
Of the Latest Styles sod Designs.
GAS MACHINES,
Injector* Stcna Fumps, Steant .'•yphijoes, Iron an i
1 ead i'ipo, Valvea, fitting« and Gauges of all kinds
s n«k.
141(1 mxl 1 US Market Street. ooic
do Èf boods
We have now in stock gome of the hand
fomest goods for the Holidays that we hare
t ver offered to the public.
Rattan Chairs of every style
Reed Chairs in all styles
and colors.
Fancy Chair Cushions.
Ladies' Desks 01 latest de
signs.
Beautiful Rugs and Mats.
Fine Curtains, Etc.
Body Brussels Carpets.
We have a large assortment of Bodjr
Brussels Carpet*, in elegant designs, that
we wish to close ont, and in order to do
this, have reduced the price* to such figures
that the j are sore to *11. Cone in and se«
; them.
GJendel&Co.
1124 Main St
PoH
tCC ivMktipirmtm. TnuulKoit
<00 toe. AtfwH.Hiu*KCa. TVtfa
1
/
HT OOOM.
V .
CLOAKS
WRAPS?
To close out our entire stock
we have made the following
prices :
$50.00 Cloaks - - $35.00
40.00
35-°°
30.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
12.00
10.00
- 30.00
- 25.00
22.00
- 19.00
- 15-00
II.CO
9.00
7.00
Children's Cloaks reduced One-Hall.
SRUES & COFFER.
dec3
SI ONE & THOMAS.
Closing Sale
Silks
— AWD —
DRESS GOODS
Front Now Until Jan.!
To rcduce our very large stock
we will give Honest Bargains
every day in the week. »
Ladies' Wraps
I
I
I
Reduced from $(0 to $7.50,
- $15 to $10,
" $20 to $13.50,
" $25 to $18.
Seal Plush I
A few left and will close them
at cost
We propcse to give you
more for your money than any
House in the city.
I it Will Save You Money
TO OOM£2.
STONE h THOMAS.
de«
I ctoowm.'
M. REILLY.
Wbolanla G nom, Part Pacfcar, m« Onr «t
OMatealai'
"Bed Bird" Hams,
Noc 18004&18U Mala «t,
wheeling, w. ta.
My «va eon «( «hol« taotoi Midi IriN
dally diract bom mj p«k kiMltMiMÉall
Largest Stock of General Srecorio»
In the State.
BOLE AGENTS IX THIS CITYfRNi
Ruaaford'i Yaaat IVHen, la Mtte
McNamara'a.Glory Tobaooa
MeAlpla'a Onward Tobaoo*. .
Lot tier's Si 1t« Gala Tobaaca.
PuFbat'a Sporting, Mining aaA Batftag Pwl
CelebratedSeal Skia Clgaza.
aW-rLOUB-^Taylor-i Baal Ball« flllW »Mf
Family Floor la bairria and aacka. M
H. H. MANSBACH.
Merchant Tailor,
Mo. «» Twelfth Street,'
Jnatveeeived, Including
Latest Importations and
Domestics,
Oonslatin« of
OVEVtCOÄTVNBS,
SUITINGS,
TROWSERINQS,
And which win ba m »da a> la tha aaaatartlatii
manner. nVTiteariap aad War»—naMp gar
an lead. Flaaa gtra aa early anil ad««
BUSINESS C0LLE6Ë"
—AND—
Normal Institute.
A Live Practical School.
Four Separate Coursa»— Preparatory, Ara.lernte,
Commercial and l'honographic.
Muht School Fire Night« Each Week.
Tuition rales *ery reaaonaWe.
I'lease rail at or addn-as,
NATIONAL Ill SINKSS COLLKGK,
aoSSa.id WHEELING, W. VA.
Boots & Shoes
Bargains in All Grades.
Ladies'& Children's
SHOES
:a specialty.?
H. J. 8oHultz'
t
1007 MAIN HTKKKT, noiV
China, Bisque, Bronze
-ANI) «
FANCY GOODS]
IN OKKAT VARIETT.
New and Fichant IVcorated Pinner, Tea and
Toilet f-eta lo French China, l'or<«laiu and Kngllah
War«.
FANCY GLASSWARE.
Chandelirra, Library and Faery Bland Lamp«.
Nie« line ol Carrara and Table Cutlery,
- AT -
.IOIIjN FHIKDKL'8,
no?I 1130 Muln St.
GRAND EXCURSION
TO TI1B
WORLD'S EXPOSITION.
rpUK ST f: A MF It AN DFX, CAPT. CHARLES
J 51 t il LI M AN. wt.I l#a«> Wheellre lor Nov
nileaiia. '11 >M»AV KVEMN'i, DL<F.MHKK So,
l-!< pio«i«i«->l on* hundred pa»aen (era are seen red
•< r il» round trip at ffi rarh. *lb# A odea will re
gain in N« w Or I ran. at Iraal »'ten <lara, and (or
rilab I oftrd and lod.Mn* wlnlc tbe a. l£*oraa tuuat
br •*« or««l by I*aoetiibrr n, for wliich apply to
FRANK BlMlTH, Agrnt,
noi9Tu.ll) )-a| Wheeling, W. Va.
NEW DRUG STORE.
MBSK0 KURTZ BEfW. HAVING OPKNKL
up a Near lwof Store, rMwrt/uli» aolidt Um i
netronafe ol their Inecdi and the pnbue In tmtnL ,
Mr. A. u Kurts, who baa bad many rear*'expert- ,
•ore Ic the drug baalneM. will deroto nia entire at- i
>ention to lb* Inda. PreecrtptUoa a apodaJty, day
orni«hL
BtTTXlTSB BROS«
;y«h No. Btt ChapllM Street, Kaat HUa
for TliankKKltinx Dinner (>rt
McMcchen's Mince Meat and
I'lum Puddings.
At mort'» !>nd ill oriIln«»ry bnndioi Mince M«il
lb ont* a pmir.d.
Ktrk» lor Childrto't Horn« "filled better and
t+eap**" ihan »ny pat* lo Ibr «4»jr.
V. K. MrJIM HEM A MOS.
BOSS
C2HORT AHD DfEBCT BOUTS TO OKUCAJTI
O AVVUUXOL,
RED STAR UNE.
The folio*la* magnifient, int ä— fell-powwe
tteal ateaaer««U
F VERT MTIVDAT
Fron New York tad Antvan», curjla« the Uatt
Matas aad LeJfian Boxai Malla:
Toma. Tmm
r,' bJM| — a« M «ftA
" MMalÄM««.». «M") "OQTQiftOfl. J'Ai
M'aaland MM Khfalaad M*
l^ig-rùaxid *« Pennland- „A0»
»vfiaarW MM KederW JMl
VadfvlaAd— MM TiiImI _ Ml
ualdafeli*, and takla —aaOei. Vd imIOMb
nul »uaiaiillai ai»« ■!!> Utwl im Mmm
hfclooc trooMaWMa,'fc»»MjiM»tia toWM; Bm
?sîr
ESTABLISHED 185^
H. SEAMOIt
Nall City Clgmr Worltm
J. D. WINDER,
Safe and Lock Repair»1
»o. tu» man,wmiao,y.u
BASKS.
Nttieul Bank of West Vi
at whxxluo.
o«p t*i. _
cm. Mala od Twtlftk
Ooee s General Baak log
DIUCTQHL
taw Mm »til, - Mi "rpt
jtä
o»w.
OARNSTRY.
KLEVIS, KRAFT A cS
WILL OOmUCT FOB
New Buildines er Carpmtiy Wi|
O Ktod wltk bdUttaa omM aorh««
WHEEL1HO, w. ?4
professional!.
DR. 8UR6IS0R A SON
SUNTZST«,
No. 1143 Market Street,
WHEELING, W. VA
Gm iItm «heu talred. Tfl<«pboo«
AU oweoüo— vamatcd.
BETTER THAN
Government Bonde'
XUS EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY I
—*> coodltk—■ ând IndfcyUW Un» rZM
IM diÄTll» Bodaj ff* »• »f U|
lUbla Hier lmmedlaW * w»lj* ot uiyj
SVSSOSL'Jeavw
UotwmI W "" MM 1Y
AGENT,
JIM Harkrf St„ WheellB*, w. V»
■M. HARE A SON,
PBAfTI CAH
Planbare, Git and Steam Fitter» |
No. 38 ,Twelfth Ht,
AH Wrt fcM at mm n Ml yciW
WALTER H. RINKHAKT,
(Bmeinr I« Atoxaadw Boa«, Hr.)
NOTARY PUBLIC
Ileal Katata, Stork and Money Hmktr
Fatalaa Hrttlod, Houaua Ranted, a»4 tinli
crttd.
1168 MARKET ST.. COR. TWKI.FTH,
» 781a WMOBJITft. W. Ta
THOMPSON A HIBBEHDl
Practical Plumber«,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
111« MASKAT 0TRKKT,
Wbflint, W. H
Speolaltlei,
BT KAM H RA TIW G
AMD VKKTII.ATIü!».
ID JACKET FORCI PUMP.
TO DPI All AM OAS MACH Uli
Newspapers and Magazines.
NOW IM THE TIME TO Hl'liriCRIBK Piifl
viairr reading. Thr abo*r furulahrd it ui
> • *r » t pablUbrra' ratra and mailed or ilrll»er«»l L
»njr *«ltlri«a; »1m> for aale bjr ataxlr numlwr. It-ionl
kuLarribiogesll un 1
O. ZZ. QÜXMBT
Ilookaoller «ad H(«ld»«J<ir,
no» Ko. 1414 Market Min- I
Hats and Bonnets Made to Order
TN AMY DFJSIRKD HTYLE—HKW YORK IUI
1 Wearbcry, bo. M Hixtrrnth JH., Wheeling, *
V«. ladlra' and Mlm>' M raw, Chip, Kail aaI
h»w Hau, ate., altered, blaachaid, ooorrd and ta
Ii had in Iba latret atylee riomptly. Milltarra' «o>k
■Une al uaual diacounL ralrotifja rrapectlnllr *•
ad, k :
Short Creek Farm for Sale.
ri MIE FARM KKOWM A8 THF. JEHKi: WRI.I'I
± liooe Place, with or wltltout the roal, coataia
lug 271 aerca and Xi poWa, aituated on the
P. "W. Al KY. B. B.
Oa ita front and Short errek ai tha r*<ar, «III kr wUl
on lama to auit bnrakaarr. Thla fana ha» ilwi I
].'<<• »h.Ii trrra of Uta brat quality of grafted IranI
and other fruit treaa. l'aderljlng thla plaœ la
100 A (HI.S or CuAL,
Tbe vria bring SKleat thick.
For further particulars apply to C. Il A RIM, I
No. 711 Market street, W barlln«. W V» |
noIVgrb
Buy Where a Thing is Made.
MATTREB8E80P A1XK1RII8, WHOLBUWl
aad ratall. Wr alao raaoratr «ad iho- r1
rltanreold onaa e<i<i*l to aav Including KcaU«
RM» and llllowa. Our I pkolatering cannot bar«
re!lad. Wa ala toplaaaa. A trial «111 aaafia<*.
W. B. OAMSnON,
I» KLKVKRTH ST., WIIKELINO, W. TA.
aoOadab
CAPITAL PRIZE, 1,50,000.
»Wa 4o baraky aartlir u»t wa wamrri ,v*m
aap—la lat »II IM MoAthlj aa/rttmi Aaaad
iTiwInjaof tfca IxmUUos Hui* Lottarr Orapaaf.
»nd In pM —nag« and oaotrai thi l>ra«i-a
IbCMMlTMM^ ttH tM MM an COO'U.I»! nu
honaaty. talnaaa aa4 la ftwd Utk tovaid all P*
Um, ué wa aatkariaa tt« Ommi; lo un Un «r
U<U«Ui. wttt te» ÉMilHi < —i HfBÂi una alt* M
In UaMT«tiaMMMiiu
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION!
Over Half a Million Distribute
Louliltnt State Lcttory Coin pu?.
lnwiwX h imtMU WW by M» LgMiW»
lof Mytatlaaal aaé Charifebta miiimi iMA •
<«i)Ul •( tl.ow.oon—«a wfclck • tmZrïiïm* * 0*
VôoOvuQt Ihm iImi i^éA.
|ya«ti(«btlalM toynlar ToUtüfcrUi» —
■RFi Mit al tte »fit Mata GaaaBta*»
ad«;M WarmbcrM, 4. D. l<79.
Ita Grnad Macli kcakcr Dnwltc« »•
lib |.law KOnlhlr. /< %rr,r tmU» «r m
look at Ibf loi-owlut IHalrlbuliau -
llUh UfM4 MofillkJy
AHo tun
Extraordinarf Seni-Aii»! Orawiat
la (ka Aemämmr of Maatr, Dt« itrImM
TiMday, WraiWr 10, l*M,
l'»)nUi«ptiNa«l »Mnltka awl aim ■«■< *
Gen.G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana. **'
Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIIK, ftUM*0; _
M~Tkk«U ara Ten l>«Uara Öalj. liai»**
•S. rtftfca, ai. Taatk», 9t.
fi capital vîuzsopBa«iaa/«a—*l*î
1 fa ita ja it runt or iSlaa— iMf
I MLtVO I1UZ« or
sLAKucruznor
4LAKOK rUZKMOT
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