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m *. ymiT, tiwuWiw*. DALT.atxdavala Uaww*. ff« PALT CStm W« ta *• «Mk 4« DAILt, tr. d»rt 1» Ü* waafc » » DA1U, ooe day La O» waafc. IN DKIJTKKK» BT C4KBIKK. PiILT,|««Mk to ba paid fwkly ,. 11 n* Dajmt will to tiHrwU >y MfilM te mj KWr ottT «r towm Ii TH1WBÙLLT UNBin,ilqi(Mui _ ^^ajgwy, * S 8UIULB OUPLKs ü* DJJLT OK VKULT. • WXouBoro.tDDca nmirai ntroxtxjnr aawa numi nw mu »ab o» xma h» wonaw cormT. TMM MMGJ8TMM, m il i Mto| 1 IM fMMf IT. Fa., M «M** THE WKXKLT UCGUTKÜ HW haatubbad «tu ik« feUawta« Uo— Car •* n* m Um toUawtag knt: Wbmlt Imbiii lad Chi* farmer ff* ■ « « Twk W<mVL. U1 • - « Harpcc1» ÜMK • Harpe r"i Wmkij &tt mm HarpOTi Magatia«.— 4-SO • MM CSatary Macula«. i.Jö M " »4. Nirbobu Mjgajiua. 1*1 m mm Wa Urbar? Watch S.» the RxuifTxa m»y b« Mat to mm eJdiwas aad «hMi**er uilrr fv* la MiU«*ibad la«, to aaatbar. Um momej to acouuipanj Iba onM iavariably. Wr.ÙSKSOAJ. JANUARY 1«. IMS. CITY UUIOfilUTIO TICKET. roa UTI» voiTmn POLLOCK, roa cm nMum, rOKTKK SMITH. roa art cub*. U BO BUK HJELU JOE» CfOCKAEP. THE DULY R£«INTUwiU be •fitUMi addrm tlarlagtke >e« dot of tbe Lcdslatare for oae éallar. la variably ta a#raa*e. M. Fkrrt thinks « peaceful solution of the Chinese di Scully is practicable. It ia » carious fact that iom of Mr. Blauib's recent sip portera bare been able to write an* poetry since the cataclysom. Atcdkkv Jackson was a true civil service reformer. He bounced 6'JO officials during the first rear of hi* administration. Turn the raacala out? Toi Hon. Joh* L. Scluvax, of Boaton, threatens to make a tour of Earope. Does this able American imagine that he can play the part of Daist Miulkk? Thk recent numerous crimes oommitted here have led some of our neighbors to call Wheeling the "Wicked City." This doeau't seem to worry the authorities greatly, hoar ever. Taa New York Herald warns the Démo cratie leaders to jump in and adopt the Spanish treaty. But the Democrats can't aâord to walk Spanish. This must be left to the corruptions* in the State depart ment 0 Dm*i?t Rossi, having once more canght the ear of the world, raves forth: "I charge President Amn with being in spired by information furnished him by Phslam when he wrot* his last message and referred to dynamiters. Mr. Roà«*a should go but a step er two farther in this style and give the authorities the pleasure of putting him into an insane asylum. SKETCH Us Or WEST TIRUXI A DEMI). JWfar y im, torijut. _Djua Si* About a year ago the Rs^ts tk*, while under a different management, published some «ketch«« of West Virginia Democrats, and ther attracted considerable comment. Will too permit the<e sketches to be continued? It strengthens a party to gire an account oi iu members who are re spected most by those who know them beet It will strengthen oar ranks to identify the political views of true and trusted Demo crats who by sheer dint of personal merit wield an influence among their neighbor. Although the writer is iclerablv ac quainted in almost every coontr. it is sur* prising how small is the number of those with whom his personal acquaintance is sufficient to enable hi as to speak concisely and and accurately and to describe the characteristics which give them individual ity and inrfvsnce The following list, taken at random, doc« not however, exhaust his acquaintance, aad this list will be supple mented presently as new material is gath ' M Beilly. J. C Atdenon. Alf. Caldwell, Jot. Miller. A. Poiiock, Porter Smith. Den nie O'KeetV R Stalnaker, Geo. W. Jctfers. ot Ohio; John R. Donahoo. Hancock; A. F. Haymond, Marion; J. V. Johnston, J. Ed. Hall. Hop Woods, Barbour; John J. Davis, K. M. Turner, Crogvr Smith Harri son; C. S. Despard. J. B. Jackson, Oakey Johnston, Wooa; Virgil Armstrong, Jack son; J. W. Harris, Alex. Matihews, A. C. Snyder, Greenbrier; Frank Hereford. A. N. Campbell. Monroe; J. W. St Clair, Fayette; Cam Thompson, N. M. Lowry; Summen. D. B. Lucas, H. B. Davenport, T. C. Green, R. P. Chew, J. M. Mason. Frank Beckwith. John T. Cols ton. R C. Washington, John T. Gibson; Jefferson. Join Blair Höge, M. S. Grant ham, Blackb-im Hughes, Charles C. J. Faulkner, jr. ; Berkely. Henry R Gilke son, S L rloaraoy; Hampshire. Joseph Vanmetre. Hirdy. George W. Price, Joan T. Pierce, Mi leral P. K Eastham. James Cspehart C. P. T. Moore; Mason. John B: annon ; Cewia. When Campbell commenced writing the " Lives of Uie ! ords Chancelier," Brougham exclaimed : "Here is a new pang pwed to the stings oi death," Mindful oi this, the wnter givee » pJedge Uil M Will mmwBMT aaythiag except üm iraüi, «ad will always remember that " comparisons ir« odioas." His oalj object is to contribute eometbin; towards deepening the foundations of oar party. Snttx. VISIT or THE MW TOU riM The Time».—Governor Porter. of Indiana, maie the pardoa of a con riet the last oS cial act of bis term, and expbiaed that he was moved to do so by "the apparation'' of the anfortanate victim of what Um Governor Uaii to be a rreat injustice daring the fitfal alumbers of the pwioM aifhi It m fair to the Gc^raor to add. however, that the ciresm»!anr«e oa wbich the pardon were based appear to have been ample to justify hisdeciauoa. . The Tribaoe.—Democrats in Washington eoatiaae to 'express themselves as highly satisfied with the oadook far spoils. In Aar Ofiaiea every Repabbcaa placeholder is aa '(Jaasive paftuaa," aad Mr. Cbva land bas de bred his ioteation of removing all sack They especially count on a clean sweep limfhoat the Soeth ; fer mo one can deay that Bepabfaaa odirehol iars there are regarded sa «Caaie ia every seass of the word. The Worid: Mr. Vanderbilt has has« itfeaisd ia a noble aad geasroas purpose. With a view to relieving General Grant ha recently boeght ia. ns a preferred creditor, the General's swords, mcgala aad ralnable iu"ieairi These, together with the mort nmdisàetc , held as secwity fat the QmeraTs $13#.9M iadebtedaeea, he pro posed to tara over to Mrs. Grant with the ,ri'- promisa that the inlies referred tobe ■hrr* a*er the G^aetaTs. ia aajwpropri atedeeertirJeat at Wasbagtoa. Tbi prop vas aot acceptable to the Grants, aad Mr. YaadafMk modified it, still leering »is**» s *r- 7 Mflidfc «asm Mb. Qraat de dated to accept the gi—aa« offer, thoagh the Général wee wiÄag. Äwwwte» very cart aate to the railway bag, deefiaia* per —f üiilyt aadaa the i I COMP««—IM GUMOH [CuniiuiMd Crom F nt Page.] it will be at one® Men. that so fcr from be ing a tariff reform relieving the manufao tunnf industries of the country and the people from high priced neeenoarias of life, that the manufactariag mint be farther bürde* ed and the people farther oppreaaed. I do not know any State ia the Union more interested in tariff reform than the State of Wcet Virginie. Should we have no addi tional out-lets for oar manufactory*. the feme plants that now, is fear months time, produce all that- we cen consume, with their organised trade aad federal business arrangements, would necessar ily crash oat aar small enterprises that might start in new and undeveloped sec tions. as any business man well knows that ia an overburdened and oppressed market small and new enterprises «an not, and never have sacceasfally fought against thoroughly organized enterprises, and thus, though West Virginia has unlimited ooal and limt stone and timber, with an abun-, dance of skill and labor to form aad shape them, they would necessarily have to re train idle io oar toil and stand ia oar for ests. for the want of open aad profitable market*. There is another thing the West Virginia people oaght to look at The protection system believing in free raw material as they call it. That ia they waat free use of all the oat oral resources of the country, and protection only upon manufacturedarti cle*. They demand that the vast iron beds of Canada and the eoually valuable iron-beds of Cube oaght to be made free to them, as an Eastern manufacturer told me the other <*»7. ia order that their Eastern iron inter eau aught prevent itself from being driven out of business by the cheaper irons of West Yirgiaia and the mare Southern States. It ia bow. well understood that ia moat of the sections of West Virginia, as well as Ten nessee, Virginia, Georgia and Alabama, that iron can be made and carried to Phila delphia or Chicago and there undersell, at a good profit, the iron productions of Penn sylvania aad Ohio, and this, too, after pay ing |2 to the laborer, where these, last mentioned States only pay $1.50. There ia another aspect of the future American policy which makes it absolutely necessary that there -hould be not only reform in our tariff laws but heavy expenditure, both tor coast de tenses and for a navy. What was known as the "Monroe Doctrine" that was proclaimed in thia county years ago, suited a county th»n unHftvalnned. We had no need for mach foreign intercourse and cared little for the wants of the outside world. But oov, since railroads and improved water wajs have opened the wonderful natural re sources ot this country, and its population increases along all these highways at such an extraordinary rate, it becomes necessary that the American people should turn their attention to foreign intercourse aud that they should have some hand iu supplying the demands of the great Asiatic and African empires, and to gtt int» these countries upon their rairkets, there must be an entire repudia tion of the Monroe doctrine. President Arthor, (and bye-the-bye, they may say what they choose about him. he hw-madea most excellent President), has fully recog nized this (act, as is instanced by his ap pointaient of Commissioners to the Congo Conference, held in Berlin, and by the treaty he has formed with Nicaragua for the building of that canal. In the Congo Conference our Government has recognized that its necessities for outside markets have required it to go into a conference with the European nations lor the purpose of exer cising equal rights with them in the con trolling of these new and comparatively un civilized fields, and going into this confer ence and makiog agreements it knows that it must be in such a position as to enforce respect, and if necessary compel ob servance of commercial regulations by force of arma In other words, our Government has gone into foreign conference and de manded iu right to interfere in the com mercial regulations of foreign countries, the very thing that the Monroe doctrine declared this Government should not da It was to give us a quicker and cheaper route to the markets of the great East for the carrying of our own manufactured articles and the bringing back of their raw material. With this view the Government proposes by the expenditure of $100,000,ODO to complete the Nicaragua canal, so it will be seen, whatever may be the differences in the views of the political parties here at home upon the subject of tariff and commerce and upon the subject of the Monroe doctrine, a Republican administration, avowelly in fa vor et the protection theory has by these acts acknowledged that the business interests of this country absolutely demands the repudiation of the cherished dcctrine ot non-interference, and, on the other hand, gone into active co-operation with ether nations that it might re-estab Hah its com met ce and get the benefit of •foreign markets. In tacing this very ad vanced step we can onlv justify ourselves against the expenditure of money and blood that must sooner or later arise by foreign complications upon the idea that the Ameri can industrial interests must be largely and steadilv benefitted bf it. It is an assertion that »e must have more markets at any cc5t, and that we can and must compete vi: h other nations. No«, I know there are difference« in botk political parties upon theee things. There are Pro tectionists per se. in the Democratic party, and revenue reformer« and free traders in the Republican party.but wbat I understand ( to be t ne doctrine of the revenue reiarm party proper, or in other words, the preval ent Democratic idea upon that (object if suth an adjustment of revenue laws of the country, that while it reduced the surplus it will at the same time keep in view such a r el or m in the tariff as will relieve the indus trial îateresu oi this country, giving labor steady employment, fair wages, and the manufacturer* a regular and open markets lor their producta. We do not understand that this brines about any fight in the Democratic party. We presume that upon this subject the minority inside of the party will be controll ed by the majori:/ just as we expect the minority political party to be controlled by : the majority political party that gets hold of the rains of Government IN THE STATE. A correspondent in the Hkistik of the 32st inst, says the county of Harrison is the only county sia the State .hat had the tecieritv to provide or adopt the hog lav, or words to that effect The nog law has been in force in this county with the happiest re sults, aad we venture if it it adopted in Ohio county, those interested therein will wonder this law has not been ia force for twenty years —West Unioa Refeord. The proprietor of the Pocobontas Time« will reduce the size of that paper oae half ia the coarse of three weeks. B. S. Walters, street aad water superin tendent of Caaiberlaad. died at his rest de nee ia Sooth Camberiaad, about 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, two hoars aad a half after a surgical operatioa. The de ceased was ia his 41st year aad was a na tive of West Virginia.—-Cassberiaad Times. SbcT:Id W C Stiles get the contract foi furnishing the B A 0. with oil at the rats of 1,000 barrels a month, there will be a reaction in basinets. The road is tired of using still bottom, aad now ask for propo sals to furnish pare natural oil—a good move for the producer« an J the company. I Manipulated oils will aot give satisfactioa ! It is a noted fact that all dealers braad their oils 'We« Virginia Natural—and sell then as inch- Then is aot a pint of West Virginia oil to the barrel Poaiioos aad Stiles had the misfortune to lose over 700 barrels of 27 oiL The tank had been recently repaired aad the hoop I dnvea too tight Misted by tfes swelling of tke tank aad all the oil was lost Loss esti mated at asar $1,000.—Volcano Orr. Ritchie Dem. McOonak'k'i NWak*. Look here. Sam McComicW Why ia the name ot all that is pars didn't yoa *sk Bardie Hart's peraissioa first? Dm'i yoa know that yoa have been gwilty of violating the rales ot the IateUigeaeer ? VMM DBHOCUn AHO TO OrviCM. ttoPartf la He PwM as to II« Wut at TImml Art WS»«* 0«nA (Am*.). It would appear ÜuU a good many are jut now dunking that Web Flanagan wm about right when no built his monument at Chicago Itoa« ef tha WMktr Brethren in »'Mr. Ckimg» Hnw ( htd. Dem.), Some hungry and thirsty Democrat« who have read Mr. Cleveland's letter new de clare that they have elected a mugwump who aotually oat-mugwump« George Will iam Ccrtü himself. Bldlrttlif Anything bat a Clean SwHp. Atlanta OtmiliiuJum ( flexi.). The ancient brethren who oompoee the Gril Service Communion are trving hard to con rince themselves and their friends that Mr. Cleveland proposes to keep the en tire Republican party in office. Tb« Speed of the Operation niattrated. Mr. Cleveland used only thirteen word« in hi* message to the New York Legislature resigning the governorship. He will turn the "rascals out with equal neatness and brevity.—Boston Post, Dem. But the Mnfwanap Stilt Think* He U Bom. The Democratic Flanagans are begin ning to ask, with a good deal of quiet earnestness, "What was uiat man Cleveland electcd for if not to give us the offices." If they live and keep their eyes open, perhaps they will find out—Boston Herald, Ind. T\-_ e THK I.Ol'l? V1LLK WAU OW WOBDS. It« tod KffecU Already Upon Mr. Wntter ■on't Mew «paper. Watterson is still derotinz two or three I columns a day to Mr. Randau. This is why the qnotations of the Louisville pie market have been crowded out.—Atlanta Constitu tum fTVm ^ ltut He gays Hl« Turn Ha* Jut Con*. Everybody baa had hia The sweet faced kid, with hia velret paw; the iron-jawed Protectionist, with hia axe to grind; the vapid newspaper critic, with his stuffed club; the man with » grievance and the man with a razor, all have cot in their work. Now it ia oar tarn.—Ixxiiaviile CourierJoarnal (Dem.) While HI* Neighbor Vainly Proams of Peace. Now that Mr. Randall has concluded his Southern tour. Defender of the Faith Wat terson will have a rest.—Louisville Com mercial (Ind ) DIED. FERKEL-At haU-paat 12 oVloci Monday morn ing. Mrs. J. W. Kki&kl, In tlie32d year of her a^o. Funeral from her Ute residence, corner of Mala anil Twenty »first streets, Wednesday morning at 10 ('clock. Print». ÏKKKCH—On Monday, Jannary 12, Wff, at 12:10 p. 111., Mr*. Locun 1. Fsknch, ajed Tl year«. Funeral from her late residence, So. 23S-> Eofl ilrttl, on Wednesday, January H, at 2 o'clock p. m. A CARD.—To all who are suffering from the«; ron and indiscretion« of youth, nervous weakness early decay, lom of manliood, Ac., I will «end a ra reripe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE This great remedy was discovered by a mlsrionsry la Sooth America. Send aeU-addreased envelopo tc Kkv. Joseph T. IXHAW, Station D, J/tmt York. Farmers and Horsemen ! Torr U tha time to feed Ground Oil Cake to yourstock. It will pay handsomely. SOI D KY LIST db> WIliXJIA-Ma, DRUGGISTS, 1810 MAIN STREET. Jatt • BEFORE PURCHASING EXAMINE THE HENRY F.MILLER PIANOS 7 Ley are first class in every particular, and of fered for led* money thau any other first-class PU 10 in the mai ket. To be seen at SIIEIB^ Ml MIC STORE. jal2 • 1*08 MARKET STREET. Mantels and Furniture. A I.ARGE STOCK OK SLATE AND IRON Mantels, rates, Fencers, Fed Room and Par ar Sets, Chairs, Book Cases, Ac , 4c, must be sold at. nre. ("all and examine before purchasing else where. All will be soki cheap for cash. W. J. W.COWDEN. Assignee, j»ea Nos. 1 ">00 and 1TO Market Stioet f c/> H S 3 N Ä S 0 < a » X s D 0 8 h) 4 H 4 Û » 3 5 * a K « x 3 « 0 Counting-House Supplies. WE H^VE A FULL STOCK OF Blaak Books, Docnacnt Books, IUm. Steel ud Gold Pen». Baal Inks, Me. WBOLIUUilO KSTJlO. Stanton & Davenport, >;• • U GO AND EXAMINE , "CHEAP COUNTER" JOHN FRIEDEL'S CHINA 8TOBK. 1180 MAIN BTR THX EMFBOYKD Geographica! and HiitortaJ Cards CAV BE HA® AT KIRK'S ART STOKE, MS 1MB MAD» STREBT. I mm ultfai tilte a Specialty •J* the ahtrr |«oéi Uts tfuon u< kavr la starb a rkair« Mle«Uaa at f«rj Fiie Htaata, roa«ii(ing al Fiaely Matche«! Kar Ria««, Nail, taire and Cluter Biafs, Laee Pias Will make special law aar aae wiaAdag aaitklai la this lia«. Very BeapeetftaUy, I. G. DILLON. JE r. ft. Each Dally Sew Cîoaëa ta aar . WW APV«ltT»«MHMT>J Ladt bill* mthuv que», aa twkyML in—I u4 him Oim t4riw — ■«■iy, > ml e we ami family afcfaa Hoanfrom ltolp-B. ««.»Eighth atnat. mMm XT7"AKTKD—OQLLHCTOB AMD ON* AGENT. TT M M« Market rimt, to «U nmilm W ot hen. jaaise F OK BEST—TWO NICE BOOMJ DHEIMG the mcIoo at the IwlsJatare. Apply at the wrttMM corner of Eleventh and Chapl.'oe itmti [alt JE BENT—TWO FBONT BOOMH LH THB third *torj at the Rniiru Bnlldlng m' " flTW January let, 1«S1 * F°t ÜMtgi by Wb. Uraiovecy, w.iww. bamh ra. Leave your ort«»» wtth Vom Tart Ha» SSwy, ii aUtwalK «treat. Wheeling. aotoxh Stockholders' Meeting, rpHB ANNUAL MEETING OP TUB 8T0CE hoitknaf Ui* Wheeling Hioga Com pan/ will ha held at the office of the Company TueeAiy aitersoea, January Î7,ISM, at S o'alock. jalUfl J. G BR ADT, .Secretary. Stockholders1 Meeting. Wheeling Iron and Nail Company. TBE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 8T0CK« holders of the Wheeling Iron and Kail Com pany »ill be held at the office of the Company on WediModay, January 28,1889, at 2 o'c'ock p. m., for the eleetlon of Director* and other buaincsa. jal4.21.2tf C D. Hl'BBAKD, Secretary. For Rent. rj^HE srORB BOOM AND DWELLING LATB ly ocfupled by Thoe. II»ymai, No. 1012 and 1011 Main i irret The (tore ami two room» on the tame floor ran he rented eopamuly from the dve'.llgjr. Apply to MRS. BEX 17., jaUh No. 1012 Main »irret. 4 > NOl'NCKM KhT. . Byrequeatof n any friend« I hereby aonounoe ■ yre'f u an Independent cand'daU (or Second ttiai:< li Council from lb« Third Ward. R«hpeetfu!lr, JaUt JOHN BOUhKCHT. i TABLE DELICACIES. HIXE JELLY, < HECKES MALAD, MPM'K» OINTEKN. •* All il OUB OWN PACKING. <j». H. McMccheu Sou. 1-" OHANGES ! ORANGES ! 10 Barrel»« very HueNweet Loniuv. ruh OmngeMjaNt rwlvwl BY N. SOHULZ, jaU 1S19 MARKET HTBBK1 BLANKBOOKS WALL PAPER AND BORDERS, FGPEtSN & DOMESTIC STATIONERY, The Largest Stock and Greatest Variety. **".-old at th« rtiej lowest priese» by .TOS. «HAVES & SON, Janl4 M TWSLFTH STREET. FOR RE>T. rpiJE COMMODIOI S RESIDENCE ON MB cornar of Twelfth and Eotf «treet«, now occupied by Dr. Haitie»ty. Al«o four rootct fronting the rirar, on the second Soor, No. 1063 Hain stiert JAMES L IÏAWI.EY, jalS No. 1420 Main street. The Owl Signal Lantern, Red & Green FOR STEAMBOATS. Bracket«. ChaudcIierNanri Lamp*. FOR STEAMBOATS. BWING BROS., Market St., oppo«lte MrLnra Hoau, NOTICE. MY L AR'iB AND COMMODIOUS P\RLOR3 «111 or tor rent lor Parues, Sodal ■ id Sup per« at any tine. r*iano In Parlor«. •np).r. 1 unrhor IeeOeumfurui-hed wh. n dee.rvl, k>y » a New York eau-rer. CiOO. Xa. Durst, jail NO tin MARKET STREET. New Yearns Cards, Diaries, physicians visiting lists. Almanacs. A few holiday number« ol London Newa and Graphic left. AII papers and magazines furnished by the rear at pub i-bera' loweat price* and delivered iree. C. XX. QUIMB Y Books« Lier «Ad Newndwaler, >!eX9 No. 1414 Market Strwt STEPHEN McCULLOUGH, Carpenter and Builder. Brick and Wc«d*n Building« arected. Roc-b, Val ley« und Skylight», Counter« and Shelriug. Ail *ark promptly attended to on reasonable terms, -hop tu » lley IS, rear of Capitol. Baaldaooa No. M Mfttcnth «treat; »hap in rear. Ja*h LINCRU8TA Walton Plaques !] -at J. IS. WILSON'S dew »0! MARKET STREET. REMNANT SALE J. S. RHODES & CO,'S. Remnants of silks i J. 8. RHODES * CO. DEMNANTS OF DRESS GOODS II J. H. RHODES * CO. DEMNANTS OF TABLE LINEN J. 8. RHODES * CO. Remnants of embroideries ! J. 8. RHODES * CO. Remnants of sheeting J. H. RHODES * CO. DEMJIANTS *£^0, DRY 830DS Il J« >. RHODES A CO. WHEELING ARO ELM GROVE R. R ÛK ASD IfTD MO»DAT, VOVBVBBR ML im bdM« tk« WhHh ui Ea äm ml(IDrua Ml—. Uft<iac U*di7 •* 6:80 A. M. I» " ' urn - 22 ; l«r.E Ml ' LcsTiac WkMl'f Park at 7 90 a.m. 4 "00 F. *. »* " «4» « UrflOM. »* " 1«P.M. »:« - ox ivntn Lcrr* tfca ctty at Uaul «««7 ntO* IMP. ». TAYLO»— — "■ * < i >• - GEO. R. MARK DO ****** ************** DRE ************************** Will be continued this week fhe addition of Black Silk Grena Black » - \ 1 " ... - Black Crepe CI Black Nu All Marked Down to As STILL GREAT WILL BE OFF CLOAK DEP THIS Every Garment a Bargain vited. MAAK DOWN SALE. ! tt « TTCJÛÊF :t tu. -IM J h Jt *w* f » f WN SALE ************** ************ K **************** ********** aad made more attractive by dines, Henrietta Cloths, oths, n's Veilings, &c. tonishingly Low Prices. ER BARGAINS EH ED IN Ol It ARTMENT for the Buyer. All arc in GEORGE R. NOTICES. Stockholders' Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock hoiders of the Fe«body Insurance Company »111 belieldat the company'« office, Ko. 132?. Harket street, on Tuesday, January 13, 18*5, between the hours of one i 1 : and throe 3, p. iu,, for the election 0 Direr: ore. J. V. PA DLL, dt-31 j; ù>13 Secretary. Stockholders' Meeting. riMIF. ANNTAL MEETING OP THE STOCK I bolders ol the National Hank of We*t Virginia, at Wh« will l* held at the banking home on J uisdav Jitiunry 13, between the hour« of one (|i and 'liree 31 p. m., lor the election ef Dlreetors and the transaction of any other business that may come beton them. JOHN WAONfcK, Qnlner. W HKau&o, W. Va., Dec SO, 1SS4. de30i Stockholders' Meeting. rpBK / NNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING JL cl the ttrndaid Eire Insurance Company, of w ell»bu!g, K. Va., will be held in the office of the Company, in Well-bnr^, on 'Ju««day, Januiry 2), 18RA, at lo o clock a. je., foi the election of Direc tor» and the transaction of any otaer business that inay come btfore ihtm. W. K. PENDLETON, President. H. C. Clbich, Secretary. jaSeodr Eh'otion Notice. rpHE ANNUAL ELECTION OP DIRECTOR? u( lbc 1 ithacgc Bank will be held at ita banking heute Monday, .'autary 11, lé&j, between the hosrs 01 11 a. m. acd 1 p. in. JOHN J. JONES, ja3«]0 Cashier. Stockholder's Meeting. r£»HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THK STOCK holden & the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Com pany will be held at Hie office of the company on Monday, the 12tb day of Janoafy, 1SS5, between the bouift of 2 and 4 o'elock p. ra., for the election of cine managet* to serre during the ensuing year. J OH. LAWSON, Secretarr VHniJtu,^. Va , Dtc. 29,18*4. Stockholders' Meeting. rpHE ANNUAL meeting OF the BTOCK 1 holders of the Jetenon losuraaee Company of wheeling, W. Va., wtll be held at the company's öftre, N«, 11*5 Maia street, on Taeaday, January 2 , laeft, b-t»een ite hjur>of two (2<aad lour (4) p m. for 'he election of Mrtctor» and the transar lion of any oi her buairais tbat may come b»!ore ih»a«. F. hlESIfcß, Secretary. ja6.1iAl9 NOTICE J 8 I1EHKBT GIVEN THAT THE NAME OF tie "Underwriter»' Reinsurance Company1' hat tara chai g«d to tbat of the "UaunwarrxBa' 1m kt&aycsCOMrAiiT," and that such change has beea duly aahorlxed by taw. "UN DER WRITERS' BEINBl RAJICECa" By Konaar Caaaot-a. Ijie^ideat. je^oawi NOTICE. The anvcal meeting of the btoce boldeta of the Be■ wood Iron Works, lof the ejection oi Directors and traBsactka of mich other baaiaeM as assy be brought before them, will be heid al the company's offre. No 11 Fowteenth (Trees. Tuesday Ereniag, January t:th,18W, S»ir-- ALOHZO LORING, Secretary. Stockholders' Meeting. 1 Ornvm Xt*a Piaa a Minns Itiruscs Ca 1 Ne. UlS Market Striât. Whunlinj. IT Va. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 8T0CK beiders of thia company, lor the election of Di rwtora, will be held at taair iffieeoa Monday, Jan uary 11 Utf, ketssea the hoars of 2 aad 4 p. sa. ;al H. M. SCHMITT, Secretary. "VT0T1CE—THE ANNUAL MEETINGOI^THI Jl stockholders of the Okie Valley Protective i.aW, tor the alert fawi of Dlieeton te aarre iar the esMiing year, will take place at the office «f the tummy, la the City of Wheehag, Weat Va., aa Tl'^DAY, the lMh day ad January, Iflt, at the hour of 2 o'clock r. a. L H. DUVAL, Preeident. WM. C HAND LAN, Secretary. Deeeaaher 13th, UM. deltdqi J. D. WENDER, Safe and Lock Repairei «au« MAIN BT^ WHEELING, W. VA. TAYLOR. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY than cxei befort, ru now be eecnrad In purchaalnf Id our lite of Holiday Goods, TASTY NOVELTIES, Standard Toilet and Other Goods EuluLIe tor the »eaton. Call kaklt. . LOO AN A CO., PruggUtt, Bridge Corner. Graiul Concert. Couth Music everywhere. Street, Parlor, Open, Church, Morning, Matinee, Erming, NUht. Holoe, Pacta, Quart et u, Cboruav, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Baae. Cough Masculine, Femenlne. Venerable, Ja renllc. Cough English, Germar., Italian, Miiuitrel, Beatben Chinee, and Wheop Prima Donnaa ting In the chorua! Ko Programmen : No encore»! Even body Coogh When 700 get tired of the node, try Df. Chapmans Cough Balsam Pleasant. Poee not eonetlpate or debilitate. Larve Bottle» 2S ernta. All Ute beat Cimçh Lmmgtt, At. LOGAN A 00 , dels * Draggitta, Bridge Corner. PETER WELTY & CO., WHOLESALE LiqiORM, 1113 31n.iii Street, WHEELING, W. VA. We km Jmat imM W «reel famMko 1 large —iilwwt el Bkte aod Martnile wbiea. Jolei 11 naa * Co. Oaangae, Dm A* Sfoatebelle Chaa regno, and a large eUaat of the MlrtnM StïQmUi llatualliteral Watar, li|rth» wlU • large tarai« tra« Oal Hernia rteyarda, at tki oldeet and beat brada at wte known to te trade rack m M Moo, Mitral, ■—tte te Zifijaadel, Ac., Ar. We are bow miking a apeclaltj of our (aw Ocoda. which are bottled by ai Irom our choie» »t Iran la of liquor, and to which w< wonla kindly call the attention at te trade. daM Underwriters' Insurance Conpanj, WHEKt.lXO, W. TA-, Cffice No. 41 Twelfth Street CAPITAL .... $100,004 Mucnm Ainu m laissa, eobebt bang i.e. J F. PAC IX, GE'JBOE HOOK, J. C ALDKJUJOX. BO BT. CRAXGLK, Prendrat. J. P PAt'lJ, VU* PMteL ALtBKD PA CLL, ftcxtUrj. Inaum «il kind •! p»opertyrt iu—mW» nl> HONET T AJTOTHER LOT OP THS Shenandoah Valley Hone] .» . COMBS AND JARS, AT R. J. SMYTH'S THOHPSOH A HIBBER1 Practical Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters, _W.Tfc ft« STXAM HKATXVO ITKM, jacket pobcb pttmp. U»l>U»iniM 9 AB Minm ,,, . .« . cvü* ' • «im t • . ii ' ' > '* - TO CLOSE! % A F1B.W CHOICE NOVELTIES HUriAMJi: FOB 1 * Otv NEW YEAR PRESENTS, REGARDLESS OF COST! BUDES & COFFER. cl STONE & THOMAS. Closing Sale Silks — JLMTX) — DRESS GOODS FromNowUntil Jan.l To reduce our very large stoek we will give Honest Bargains every day in the week. Ladies' Wraps Redactd tnm tlO to $7JO, - SIS to MO, " $20 to $13.50, " $25 to $18. Seal Plush I A few left and will close them at cost We p rope se to give you more for your money than any House in the city. It Will Save Yn Money E & THOMAS. OPEEAJIOUSp, WqU'ÎDÂT m THURSO» Jaiwary 14 and 15. Flot pndoctiMi la Ute dt7 •( u* ^ hU «rima, » A Mu4 7 uH*S rati tied TH K *«"*. POWER OF MONE A MEW PLAY. arusixD UaaunoL Maokficwt Mo ru. Inwa n» THE GREAT INUNDATION SC^ Ik* rnMfe IfMka«, Vmr Oriana. MlalUflBimfcyWikt. The Buralaf Trala ec the Bead. Oratta, Mammoth Cifi, lr The C<Mnlid Bonaahot ^ Comedy, Path«« and Senuti* OPERA HOUSB 6RAND 6ALA~PERFORMANCES. Saturday Aflernooif and Eveaii 7«nu»rr 1*7. Appearance o( luerlea'a Katarlte Artlata, MAGGIE MITCHEU BajporteJ by a IWrfol Dtaaatle Cam,*,, «ko will pRMBt (or the Ont time la that '"7 her Mwwt aad Ui<m mt*», MAGGIE, THE MIDGE? 1* » h teil «he »Iii Intrude* New Songs, New Dane« 6rand Matines Saturday at 2 P. | tj part rutar raqneat, the emf^^iar p:»y, In I l»f A eu, ,4 LITTLE BAREF001 AdnMoo, MaUu*e aad Klebl prrunaaaa ard TSntiU, Meaervnl &-aU ll.ifl. f.»u aa a Iharaday, January 15. at I . W llaiinirr» jalla Charley Shay's Academy ot Mini TBZS WBAK. Austin's Australian Novelty Cool nation. The l«T|rttan<l Oraateit Et er Orgaabei Udloa. V> ernte. Mallurea Vt ,dn«-ne» an I n, day. Night l*rlc«»— 15, S6 aii-l <0 i«*ou Mj^aa —15, 2S and yi centa. lailea to rrwrr»J cant». >aui NOW IS THE TIME! When People Are Loekla« Alter Hard Coal Stove; Such as the Garland Doubl and Single Heaters, Splen did Fire-Place Heaters and Duchess Stove«. DO MOT BUY UNTIL YOU HAVK CALLED AT 1507 and 1059 MAIN Sl| B. F. CALDWELI DKALKR IN Stoves, Grates, Tin Hoofed IRON CORNICES, *<\, A .. WHEELING, W. VA. d«a> TRIMBLE A LUTZ, Hifih and Low Prooooro and b baust Steaaj Hsatiag aoi Ventilating a SpocWty. MBZNO Ob Um Him iBprmd lUUiod«. fOIB STOCK Of OASFÏXTI3 Ottk»UvmU7U»aUDmlpm Ia)*rtori ntmm hM, Mam OnkoaM, f Lmd Mp«, VaUae, »ltUafi m* Uiagm 4*1*" I B Mock ■ 141« —4141« litil %>—4. ESTABLISHED 1900. H. NaU City Olgar Workf) lut plu ai SmÜh Tiktewl AiwnMfipeMin>M, unIm a vu "consumption I kifii poaOtl»« raaaty for tW*Wra Ita m UfuMixb tfeaaaao/tfca vara* kla4 • ««•mi latainwjLl «Mf that I »ill «m TWO »ÖJ1 'W »tu « V, l^XBLtTtt^J • W *r Nftnr. Un «F *x>îL t. a. bloc tu, m r«vt st., V»« r* PEABQ0V IHSUIAflCE COflPAfl J* OB LAMES RYES. jyJBKHABOTS BOOK. ■ PHOTOGRAPHER! CITY.