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J.V.v I«. T \ X Kï, (iooeral Manager.
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PALY, Hi d*ïi a» the wwk —SS 00
PAI.Y, three >Ufs in the w«*k — 4 W
PAII T, two dar» in «he wwk 3 OU
DAILY, ote da j .n the week....— - — 1 M
l>tUYU:KD BY CARUIUS.
PAU.Y, per *«* to be paUl weektt M
iy.» Pailv will be dc.i»ï«*l by carrier In any
other fity or town - — 15
IHK WKKKLY KKvilsTKK, a lanje W-cotunin
Karoi!» lWr, per — — Il M
la Ou!» of TllS, «ch 1 $»
blNOLE COPIES OF PA1LY OR WLfcKLY.. 6
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imsoiKtiUFKM svut rxxr o» th» av.*
aoukMK» coc.nts*.
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wt:i hewith the following p'iUteation» for
t »e 7T*r ou the :w!o»ui£ ter®*:
Vinxt.Li Ks«i!*"r: a and OkiaFanner ..„— Si "0
" " New York World t31
" " Harper* > l'«zar 5.0O
•• Harper'» Weekiy 5.00
•• " llarper'* M ifa/iti-- LöQ
•• Magazine o.'At
'* " " St XkktuM M*s?»no. t.00
" " Uaterbury Walt-h S.SÖ
lkc lU-rsTtk iray be »eat to on» fcl.lr--.mJ
what.-n-r other paper U viiarrihed for, to another,
tv • luaui y to *9C«R!|~v>y tb» order in»*rial>.y.
>.»11 Ui' IV. I'l.HKl A K\ 7 IS*."».
Thk coupultor* coinage ot the short
* tight silver doIUr bravely on, until
tie storage rjom is entirely exhausted and
the Secretary cf the Treannry cries oat to
l.'cngrçss tor uu appropriation of half a mil
lion dollars to o. ii'i more vaults. This is a
j?reat natiou, aad it has reason to l»e proad
of the concentrated wisdom which sits in
the halls of * octrees and eoui pells the
manufacturv ci"an underd ed dollar which
the ptop'e do nui want, and which coits
hundreds of tlcusartds of dollar» to t ike
care of alter it leaves the mint
A wiPATft from Km, l'a., speak* of a
rrfat revival y *> hi<-h many hundreds "are
falling un<ler the spell of the lî-deeuiers
word. At Joanna <>t) people were converted
in a single riud Übe hotels aad bars ara
Join# no busineej Th» Keading Herald
pertinently observes As ihere »re only
s.! persons living at Juanua. and as there Is
no church, no hold and no bars there, ex
cept the bars that admit the cows to pasture,
it is evident that the writer of this dispatch
needs conversion badly and would be much
benefit, d by a -ernoit Irooi the text a'lout
liars and l.eil fire.
O »v U<is>\ s nail continues to be
i urdcr.ed ry day with lett»r< eheerfully
b.-stirieg tint tfe..* lit- tni^h: «.-> will dieoi
ltd près»i:t wound as 'o survive and put the
aieugers to ike tro- ble of shooting hiin
again, .-it o" be will survlv be killed. And
Hik.a. hting u coward, takrs these th;ngs
to heart, and believes the writers really
mean what they say. The result is he is
»uttering all the tortures of a man who has ,
a death warrunt read to hiai everv day.
Kuv>a is pa-«ing through an ordeal which
will qualify him for appreciating the feel
ing« of innocent bullish people who have
trembled under the threats of iiendish dvna
mters.
A SI KPKIS»'.
It -nay not be >renerally cnderitood, but
according to l)ei*-ga!e I>^ku it is neverthe
less a fact. that tbe levies raised Vor school
pur]KMea are illegal unless roied upon by
the peopl« aunualfy This 'i'testion was
tested by injun i 'n in < >raut county not
long ago. and the co srt sustained the in
junction. 1 o obviate the necessity of the
expense of voting i>n the matter and to con
fer the po"»er to boards ot education. tU*
following joint r»-"»lution, proposing an
amendment tc the coustit'.tion. will be öf
tere«!
That section j of article 12 ol the consti- <
tution as it is now is be stricken out and the
following inserted in lieu rhereo!
The Legislature shall provide tor the sup
port of free schools by appropriating thereto
the interest ol the invested school fund, the
net proceeds ot all forfeitures and tines ac
cruing to the State, under the laws thereof,
tha State capitation tax, and by general
taxation on personal propertv or otherwise.
It shall also provide tor raising in each
county or disU'iet »uoh proportion of the
amount required for the support of the
tree schools therein as shall be prescribe 1 by
^eu-rat »v.J.
I :tt:tc msKs.
The subject of tree p we* i.« one at' im
portance '.o th.% people I hov ought n ]>e
prohibited. It" it were k-ft to a vote t>f the
MO|tl« it would carry almost unanimously.
Tbe following article explains the imr-r
♦all» and 1 hope that the Legislature will
art on it
Col.CMi. a. Onto. .lan'tnrT "U, ! vv'i.
—Tue Roche resolution, rr*|iiMtii; the
Senators and Kcpresentativcs tn Congress
to vote lor the damner I'ostal Telegraph
bill, caused another storm* time in the
House this affrnoon. At the forenoon ses
sion the rote by which the resolution was
lost en yester iay was reconsidered, and th*»
rvsolution ;>lac» d on passage and carried,
receiving tii:y-four votes, according to the
record of theil'ierk. The result was a sur
prise to th** representatives of the Western
L aionTe'e^r..ph Company, and darin« the
recela there was a mild investigation, and ,
it »as learned tha: th* vote of four or Kv»
members who were nut present at the time
the resolution was on its passage were re
corded in favor of the same. Two ot these
n:embers were Messrs l.oewensteiu and
I Yet, and lavr i: was also discovered that
the votes of Messrs. Hull and Cole were re
corded a far or of the resolution when they
did not votes' %!! The Mouse w»s in the
order of th»* reports of committees, and
nothing in;p<jr:un: on hand for the balance
of the day. aid all were in good trim for an
in\e«t:gaiiou or something of that kind
Mr. Bruce ro«e to a .juestiuu of privilege,
and stat«-l ?f.a: ta» re were appearauces of a
jo*» having been set up to jret the I'ociie
reaolutiou th ongh, and mentioned th** tact
that a num .?r ot members whu are not
present had been r»-orded as voting tor the
same H»* tho :?ht th« re should b.» an in
vesication. but .made no motion to that
effect. Mr K*>he came to the front with
the stati-mm' the!
Thi* \\.*w Oui) m Jitlß
Ol the Western I ' ni >n monopoly to re con
sider and UerV.»* the resolution. and charge«! ,
that rerreser.'ati.es ol that company had
been on the tioor ot the House since the I
passage of th» resolution endeavoring to ;
make the l.Vpabücan members Mieve that
it * a.» a I'emociati • job. and he also inti- i
mated that some ot them had been ai>
|>-o»ched wi"h Sfibes and tavor<.
!u the co'irse r.f the other di«cus«ton
y» hich !oi!o»**d numerous charge* of
Corruption :iu«l ^kuldiijc^rry
Were made, and during »his it was .level
ctwd that u number ot 'he members during
the noon reeesa had received telegraphic
franks over the Western I'ni-.n wires.
Siine of the members »bowed them. and
that brought o'.;: i*n amendment to the reso
lution from Mr Cameron, that the commit
tee also investigate if the members had re
ceived favors in the shape o'" franks or
otherwise before or since the K^che resolu
tion was introduced.
Mr Sharpe. of Ilolrnrs, mo%ed to indefi
nitely postpone the resolution with the
amendment, and this was opposed by a
large numler ot members on both sides ot
the Hotse. Mr. Bronner made a long j
spee<h. arrsiifnins» th» lîepul Ii ans on
■ ar:a! {rircipVs for tb.-*!-* rottenn « in J
cnw
pretersioe* •« the way of wanting an in
vestigatioa, when they think there might be
some opportunity of catchin» a Democrat.
During hid t<*lk he admitted having his
ruvKms rvu or p.\ii.roai> passks,
atd also a telegraph frank, and said that he
was ready to receive all that might be for
warded iu his direction. Numerous chargea
of bribery and crookedness were made.
vOMKTHINtt ABOUT »VNAMITK.
Where will this thing end?—Indianapolis
Journal.
0 Donovan Koeaa's chickens have come
borne to rooet.—Burlington Uawkeye.
A bit of dynam te chicken çoes home to
New York to roost.—Philadelphia Times.
If Kossa deserves punishment the law
should puxii-.li him.—St. Louis (ilobc Dem
ocrat.
If Ko«?a lives he will realize the practical
results of his violent doctrines. —Oshkoih
Times.
Those who approve of the use of dynamite
ar$ not necessarily proof against powder
and ball.—Springlield .Journal.
Crime is epidemic aud the use ot this ex
plosive in one place to do spite-work will be
ioilowed by its use elsewhere.—Detroit
Teat.
Civilisation must look both ways for Sun
cays nowadays; so many and so novel are
the perils by which it is assailed.—BufTilo
Express.
There are said to be 10.000 Iiishmen out
of work in l.ondou. This is where the
dwiamite inflicts the real injury.—New York
World.
The .«pint of the age. every instinct and
impulse of the people if opposed to the use
ot dynamite as it was employed in i.onuou.
—Cleveland l.eader.
The crime against Itossa will cause little
excitement and awaken no sympathy in
America because llosea is believed to be
nnworthy ot sympathy.—Milwaukee Jour
nal
We venture to sav that tried beefsteak
and America« pie bave destroyed more of
the inhabitants of this republic in the past
twelve months than d\ natnitc can be
charged with in all its history the world
over.—iMroit News.
Moved by no shadow of sympathy for
Rcs«a, but considerate only of themselves,
the American p.-ople will be thankful that
this woman assassin was unsncceosful, even
while they involuntarily regret that O'Don
ovan liossa still lives.—Milwaukee Wiscon
sin.
1>IK1>.
KOKHKS—On TtiurvJay m^uitig at 7 o'ch(k,.l.
S. Kohi;Ri, at hit itiidtn .«, m Brid^epui <>. J
60 7« »is.
^uneial Sitmd.ij u»»rn'ng, KcUnwy T, at lu
o'clock. Int' rtui tit
MKYKR On Fi- inoii s. K«., at 5 oVIoak p.
in , Prof. W. Nki kr. »I hi-« IiKiwImh,
CliapUce->trect a^niSi year-.
Funeral frjm liia late rvidMn-*, >a!u»d*y moro
nic. tischt lick. Hf|ui' :n Man at St Alpli->:i
r !•. Kri«oda»( th.» family aff icfiM.
Ptii!a«lr{;>hW. Pa Thurxlar 'uo n
»,•. F'«>rua*y.\ :>*■. at » • el»«*. Mr-. K'i-*
' nil .-v Siwi r. ?U1< -I ghUi vt Un* '.aw- I>r. J:»•». |
Fotl, in ïhr TVtli ) »a. o( fiera,1«.
Ki iK-ial :r in St. Mutihf**n I*. K. ntiin-lt ïiji-* 1
n.orttiiijf -*t I". 1 • im liH-k lut« riM* nK privat«*.
t- > > I > llu FVIirttarv Iw'i, at S oViuck p. in.,
■Vi« En Ml, tu h r >".Wt year.
Fuceral no tic* h«-re»H«-r.
N o f I KK. NO PAY" WHITKHURsrs ^K
>!.ir Hal-.iu: in •».irranti'd to» ur« Cough*. ('.Wis,
1 t..up. Throat an-l I nr.* l>l»fâH i, Ac. Sia drop- a
Jo-«-. Try it. If n«4 fati-d.xl return tb« emp 7
rattle ami jcvt your tuoncy back. 1 or >.ile l>y ail
diu. «-•-ta. rrioe25 cvnt*. nol 'wl-t!'
AMUSEMENTS.
CIIAHLKV SIIAY'S
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
AN IMPORTANT KVKNT.
Week of Monday, Feb. 9th.
Matinee* Wednesday iwiii Saturday.
OPERA FOR THE MASSES!
SPECIAL KSUA<.KMfcNT '»K
GRAU'S
KAM"! S »I ft* YORK
ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY.
•J»> « KI.KHIMTH» AKT1NTS SO j
'.KAM' CH"tt ö'
A'JUMKM-fcl) ORCUSrfTUA!
Mor.day aud Tuesday Kveuings and
Wednesday .Matin«*». The
Queen's Lace Handkerchief.
Wi Aai «liijr .»MU0<. -TIIK UTTLK DUKE."
"!h.ii*î»)r ani Saturday matiuee,
• t-X M A.->OUT ri-Friday r.d SaJur
day • »Miiojf, "(ILIVHITt'.
(Si r »! > ■»«> worth ol New sad £lr^ait (.'«iuafi
um! in '-fc** -o*v •ixtm.
1'opniwr Prvf. •>( Admimon K.-.»r»pJ
■»n. "i'uU; 1'r.sa Cifrlf. «•aller., pent».
Vatim-. KMrr>H9Nl*i -Irmb; Cirri«?, .'"imla;
' all»ry. I k'i dK Lad.. » re^TTpd -«at uiatiucs», '£>
• tl*. Ti.-Li-l-. «M •*«: il W 'I. -teib'j musi • -tore.
Kstra Annownr.-iu.-iit in li»uor of lliu Un
sagement«
Tfc» >..ai?a<>Nnfnt h*»i» de. td*d to pr.wMit .*nrh
<>1t at(.-n.lio< wltia * hui'laoou Suuvfoir Ut
Han.lker.bid. !eT»
CHARLEY HIIAY'8
ACADEMY OP MUSIC,
Wheeling's Popular Family Theatre.
^Eïïïïl-^«"TMonday, Feb. 2d.
A>'orMLB DECU>K1> NOVk'LTY, THE
CHIC COTERIE COMEDY
Comp ""T '»"»«led !»r Amw-j'i Moat|Ut(d
*\ oraltat uiu UnoUnn», Ml«
FANICIE BE7VPJE.
Hupfvtted i-7 Hi* ivpi.'ir Fx.-entrie Comedian, |
Clirti'Ich Oi 1 clr* y,
In '.Ii® blett 1 < i^hiug Crtutiou,
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
A .il'l :■< nn«*h o( fti:i t>y a Selected
>«.'r C'.mwny.
I *Jie-' Fulitoaa'ai* i . Cent Muinrei, W>-dn»-J«y
and Satur <ay.
IYt-nlax oi Admivii-n 2>, 3S *nJ
Co fri.t-v. U, S> H<i 39nuit. febïa
BU'OKfc PtîKCMABINO K.XAM1NK THE
HENRY F, MILLER PIANOS
îlu * *r>> tjtv c'jv' in **»rjr portiealir, sn.1 ot
: >r Um luonty tlua any otin-r bm
i'ut:u iu tbt aiiktl. To U- m.i at
KiiEitr* ni.Mi sroKK
ja!2 1X4 MARKET STREET.
BLANK BOOKS
WAU. PAPER AND BORDERS.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC STATIONERY.
The Lar^»ii Sock *uJ Gr-"»r<?>»t
Van«/.
M >4.1 41 tfei rftf ;«V«! pn« !if
• I0 8. (ilî AVK« ,V HOrV, j
;*nl I > TWELFTH 8TRKET.
SI M El HINS N£w1n1âLEJ(T1N£S,
FLKGANT ASSORTMENT!
ATTTîACHVK PKICKS?
AT
HIKli'H AKT STOKE, i
^ I» Î IW MAIM 8TRKKT.
{[0 I vwfcla foar own town. Taraitad Ji >01
it 0 tr«L AJ4raa H. KAZXKéOC., PW 1
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TT'ST KECEtVKI» Hi-TV PAIRS VINYAIl»
f J »41 camp Holier tm. H*MiK A CO., UBS
Market "*|i:are. (ei<J
1'OR SALli—LAI-till HOUSK, CONTAINING
' i>iuet*en rooms, tog«-'b. r with mrnilure, Sx
IBW». Ar, Suitable ••• » b-jur liig Uuu»t< Ai!dr»-w
I ".V this Othi*. fc7rv»|tl
\1T AMI i> NEW > A'.KN I >1 T > ttÜÖÖ
Tf fffurlty, to run on B. AO. It. It. Applr at
I'SION CO., Ii. A (». dtp.»-. ;>'.r
AI^aNTKK-A LIVE ENKKOKTlt: MAN" will.
f Î alouW*-'<n, to Ink«* hall Interw in a ruloaMe
patent. wbiehtan be u-ed in e<etr ito eld. Ap
ply to W. 11. II IM KU A KT, 11.3 Marke: St. ieiia
"VIT"ANTE P—LADIES ANI» (iF.NTl.KMKM IN
T» city or country to take lijjlit work «t their
own homes. J.'f to $4 ad*y easily nmd> : work sent by
mall; no eanvasdtig. \Ve hare •,-ood demand (or
oiir work and iiirtii.ih'iteadv employment. Address,
«ill! »tamp, CRUWN MÂNl'FACTUttlNG COM
l'ANY, .".M Vine street, Cin.lnnali, <>Mo. jarific
FOR SALE.
V-'AK.MOFTWKN rif-KKiHT ACKESOF LAND
ai;d lofty*6iie at ros of coal. t*>>».tilos from Ml.
r'e»-j!it, O, and - .-»vi i> u.ilr< (rum Wheeling, near
'hejlli. i-;>!ri.did avr-tw it f<T «mail capital.
E> rp:irti.i:br»apply to W. II KINKHAKI",
Real Kstate Ax--at,
t I1C1 Market Meet.
For Ront.
rjpjIE MUiMlICKNT Irto-elOltY BRICK
ri .denre, No. 2*j|ô Kotf -tree", at pr**eut o> :upitd
l>y L. M. I'c rson, E^. I hiiiaa iir.t-c!:i«> residence,
Iiasall the conreuiemea >ud Ls very j.l>a»intly lo
cated. Apply to THOS. O'BRIEN,
Red Estate Ai(eat.
it'.» Rwm Ï0, Capitol Building.
FINE ENGLISH DINNER SETS
OF
The lïe.^t Maiiiiliu'iun'.
All ."»Tief oi Decorations «:id «t a'l Prices.
EWINO BROS.
Market St., oppoittU* Mcl.ur« U oil so,
le 7
DÄHCiNG AC AC EM Y.
ryBb THIRD CIAv- KOK BF/SlHNKRS WILI.
i<e oj.« n*ü ou >äU: •!:« v evenin I'eb^uiry 7tli, *i S
o'cJ« - k î». t«». AI o, a • Ijs> fur ItJiis, on Thurshy
l rl»r:i;«ry Utïx, at - oV'ock j», m., .»* (lei
ui; nia HuX l'KC>5\ « . .1. VI Y Y KR.
If Tr ________
Notice to Creditors.
rro IHK CRKimuRS w chiu-tun HKl>
1 rick, deractcd.
lu i'iirsaaiKv ui j Jerri ■ of 'be Circuit Court of
(»bio county, Went Virginia, ui*<le in a eau • tlu-n
iti pending, ii> subject I he real tvitati' of tli« >uid
i luiitian Heir . k loth? payment of Iii» de it*, y.>u
are required to present your ilsims against the ta
täte ot the s;« d l'hrialiaii H rick for adju iintion
to.lc -' ph K. l'aull, Conm'i^ioiicr, at hii oluv.No.
I£>i Chnpiiue >ir« t, in the city <>i Win -Hair. >bio
conuty, XV. m Virginia, on or hctere M >u by, the
J it dav ot Mardi, A. I', l>*v\.
Wtiue«<, John W. Mitchcli, c'ork 01 said court,
thlatth day f February. IsXj.
uoawv JOHN W. MIK'HELL, Cleik.
ISLAND RINK!
T()-M(J II I
THBKi: WILT. UK
A FINE LARGE CAKE !
til V EN A WAV
TO THE MIST BRAGiFUL C0UPLÇ
At the rink this evening. The cake is made
by one of the best bakers in tlte country,
ami is designed especially for this occasion,
and can be seen at fieo. I.. Hurst's, 111,-!
Ma. ket street. •
Matir.ee at 2 O'clock.
8>v' I!ink Raud will be in attendance
M ver y body Come.
ISLAND ROLLER RINK CO.
- T II 33 —
CAPITOL RINK "
** ■ «*
at postoffi:e corner,
ADVANTAGES :
The Largest,
The Finest.
The Best Furnished,
The Most Centrally Located.
The Finest Skating Surface,
Management Unexceptionable,
Our Prices the Lowest,
Our Acccmmodatiors the Best
nKnnJONS :
Mornin<r D.;;0 to 12.00
Afternoon 2.00 to 5.00
Kreninj» Ï.00 to 10.CIO
PRICKS :
Morning—I.adies and Children 10
Afternoon—I.adies and Children lj
Kvening—General Admission 25
Sixteen Coupon Skate Checks $1 00
Five General Admission Tickets 1 00
No . haic' 'or um> ot auriacc i.ioinin? or aifrnoou
to 1'nw» haTiaic their own skate».
Streetcar* tor uil part* ot the city at the ùu»r, nn.l
arnouuo I in Ri:ik ai t:ui< • ol dcpa'lure.
lal aliention Riven to ia~tiUCtll g. The Meet
gentlemanly in»tructors always in att< :i.lance.
LARKIN & HAN0LAN.
teoT* e*i
N€W A0€RTISEMENT8.
I- ADV BELLE, EG TITIAN QUEEN, RK
j present and future. Ulreo fcdvicc
on money, bu.dnc«a and family attain. Hour» (ran
1 to 9 p. in. No. 20 Eighth street mrfbdaa
1 FNTLEMEN'S SILK ANI) FELT HATH
( rvnorat»'d «»present stylosat modoratcchaiy»,
I by Wm. Gralowsky, the PiHctlral Hat tar, Iltta
| buryh, l'a. Leare your order» with New York llat
I liUachery, S4 Sixteenth street. Wheeling. noloxb
8ALF-A FlILST-CI.A88 COTTRELL A
r BA BCOCK drum crlinder printing pnw, si/*
of bod 18x23. Will take on an eight page octseo
book loi ui In iood condition. Apply at this olfcce.
GRAND OPENING
or
Kii'li v <»<><1 Mkatiu^ UinK,
Saturday evening, I'eBnuwy 7. al 7 o'clock. Krank
C. fchatier, champion rollerakater of We-a Virginia,
»ill bo iu attendance at the opening.
DIMJMUUK BRi>8.,
ft Cr Proprietor».
T VALENTINES!"
T7»lNi: AND COMIC, TO SELL AT ONECENT
± and upward*. The trade Is now setting in
»lioBg. .*iuall dealers (hould stock up now. 1 have
a laree trat let y at cloua ligures. Mai! order« prompt
ir tilled. Call on or addirsa
O. XX. QUIMB Y,
Book seilet and Newsdealer,
No. MM Market Street.
îa'j» Wheeling, W. V*.
ORA3VG33S 2
ONE HCNDKKD BOXES PRIME.
Sweet Florida Oranges
J 1ST RECEIVED BY
KT. SCHULZ,
fefcl _ 11519 MARKET STREET.
GEWMANTA HALL
1' ivi: ()'< 1.0» k Tj:a.
PEBHUAnY 7tli.
SCPPKR Tit KITS .
feite
IHiYPTlAN UVltJY.—MARIA HARRISON
j the seventh dsuxhter 01 the mvwillt :;cneri
lion, «ill n.re diileient dbaasc« by (barms, a
we l as îelliui; toi tunes. Any earthly thing that
is done by any Oiriallan. such a» >u ulntf mi -pells.
•>r other thing?, slit' tau lake oil' or cure. It is not
done l y learning, but bwagiit. >lie challenges any
one in the world to fin pete with her. To let the
public know that -ho ut mi imposter, we wi.li to
i'aietbe is from I'nypt, and can .ilve evldoncs'of
her parentage la any cnawbo may do-ire it. No
(•»liina is lo.'d in the p't«aniv o: a third person.
Ail discîCMire- »tihtly confidential. Portons
tiling ut loa» Miirkct »treet, will a>k tut
M A It IA IIA ItUiSON, who will gi>e <atilfacti03
Honrs from » a. m. to 7 p. in. fe'i iye-el
Acknowledged the best. Try it. (1!. II
I.ist, manufacturer. ) Sold !>y
tilSTd) WILiIjIAMfl,
1010 MAIN STKfc'tT, :«n«I by all !ir*l-claw ^roccrv
(cli6
When Spectacles Are Nesded
W 11KN YOU ARK N(>T ABI.E TO REAI»
1 \ the finest print at twelve liuhin ,'r .tu III"
M Ikii roii g'« not able In ron!lnui> rr.iditu nr
for «iiy length m time wi'houl fatigue,01
tli«- .'eutrs loon blurred and ruu tugelhei.
I; b a wronj idea to put ort the it-* n( ^pwtuclfa.
If the ey«* require help, they thuuM be u>ed at
onre, regard tea* of *<<•.
(•oatouce <tnd !*• fitted »Ith a j.iir of • Kin.;',
I'oiutiiuatiou" upvitaclea or » je glaises, Toi« had
only liuui
I. Gr. DILLON,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN,
ja? I 1223 MARKET .STRLIT.
WALTKK U. HIM'HAKT,
(*ucccaaor to Alexander Bone, Sr.)
NOTARY PUBLIC
Kenl Kxtnte, Stock anil Money Itroker
»tat« Balled, Hui'jjea KenUxl, tad KouU
ected.
1163 MARKKT ST., COR. TWELFTH,
• yglo WHEHLUiQ, W. VA
Black Jersey Silks!
JUST OPENED BV
i. S. RHODES & GO.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
BLACK & COLORED SILKS
For a Few Days.
HANDSOME BLACK SILKS
At 75c., Former Price • - *1.00
AI Ml.»», - » ... 1.35
At I.tO. •• 1.05
At 1.50. •• 1.9»
At 1.05, •• a.»»
BLACK BROCADED SILKS
At 75c., Worth $1.25.
Those ^oods are in Beautiful Styles, and
are Pure Silk. Fine Imported Col
ored tiros (irain Silks at
73 cents, worth $1.00.
J, S RHODES & CO.
INAUGURA
DR. GEORGE
ASSIST
PfiOF. HENRY J.
VND THi: KOI.
M1ÎS. G. R CALDWIiLL. M ISS. M.
MIC. K. V. AKKLK Hu<i
L RECITAL
"w. WALTER,
Er» nY—
ARBENZ, Organist,
LOWINU VOCALISTS
K. WHJTAKKIt. MRS. G. S. L KllW,
MR. Y. J. 0 SUI.LIVAN,
T
q St. Joseph's Cathedral!;:!
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Wliooling,
On the nk.vs < mi ; an built by
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Wosit Va.,
I I ! I ÜOK N E L. R< )OSEV K LT.
Thursday Evening, February 12th, 1885,
KKCITAL BEG ; IN8 AT m i\ >f.
tP??' "Admission $i.oo.# , Doors open at 7 30 r. m.
Tickets on sale at F. \V. Bau mer s.
JfoU".*
THF (OM.KM.lT«)\
or THK
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Can an« I* ?uppi;H with tli«
|m*(I lNalm Hook«,
In vi •Ijic1) Ol bin.tii f at pri.i-« ri»-d 1 <j B-r t
®i Puttiication.
8tn«i(o(i & Davouport,
.ft.» IM Mark rt Str*»;.
ICE CREAM
AND
FINE CAKES.
Ice crtâai. p-.irly ind cak<>«. Ic« cwni ail
tb« ye«: rouaJ at
Goo. Ij. Durst's,
;«« HO. iiiS MARKET 3THSBT.
CEO. R. TAYLO«
EMBPOIDCVICS. AC.
ICT EMßilDfßlES
CEO. R.
Will open this morning
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! NEW EM5
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- I'OR
SPRING and SUMM
Special attention is called to
of the work and finish of the
to the highest degree of excel
The ladies are cordially Invit
bcautilul line of new goods.
our entire purchase of
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ROIDERIES !
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THK —
ER TRADE OF 1381
the newness of designs, quality
cloth, all of which arc brought (
lence.
ed to call and look through this
WE OPEN TU
OUR NE
Of French Satteens, all new
\vc invite the attention of the
Both Satteens and Embroi
Second Story for the present.
IS MORNING
W STOCK
and beautiful designs, to which
ladies.
dories will bo displayed in our
OUR MARK DOWN SALE
OF ALL J KINDS OF
C!oaks,Silksand W oolemDress Goods
Will continue du | ring the demand.
GEORGE R.
FOR SALE.
For Sale on Easy Terms.
A DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE
cicely locatcd and surrounded hy shade Ire»
! flower garden and ahrahbcry, *>th everything that
makoe country life pioasuut, together with oneo:
i more acrtv of land. location on P., C. A St. I.. K. K.
I An excellent picnic place uear the city. Fur p*r
i tlculaii addriai il. C. lîl-UH'H,
Sccrc'.ary W. M. Co., Wcllshurg]
| Or C. A. Se H a K K K K A tio.
Keal Estate Agent, Wheeling.
Short Creek Farm for Sale.
Tup, farm known as thkjeske wfi.uf
Home Haw, with or *Itliont the coal, contain
iug Sil arrea and Î2 poke, ail tinted ou the
1». W. »V IvY. It. It.
I <>n lta front aril .Short crtek at the rear, will be sold
on terms to Mitt rmrchan-r. This farm lia.< about
1,000 apple trcea ol the I» t «|t ullty of gtifted iruit
a:id olUL'i ftult trees. I ndi'ilyin^ thia place is
UK) ACBliS OK C'uAI.,
The vein being.r>'4feet thick.
l or turtlier particulars apply to C. HANI -,
No. "11 Market street, Wheeling, W. Va.
I nol-tegTb
TRUSTEES SALE.
1» Y VIEH E OK A DKE1» •>! TRUST MADK
1) l<jr hiuiim J. Jordan and I» .*>. .Ionian h. r hus
band, tu the undersigned t rustic. dated ou th.- 1 sth
day ol June. IM, and Itrmilol In tlitolllMtf Iht
clerk oi the County Court il Obi> rottnlv. Wivil
Virginia, iu tn..-t-t!nd b .ok page IT»;, 1 «ill,on
SAH IIOAY, I KItKl .VKY 81, IKS.*.,
couiiiictniri; at in oVlo k a tu., - i! at public sue.
tlon, at the tr>piit d<>'r ol ihe l}.tirt House •<I "iiio
county, th. foUmritig dcw-rll» I projierty, that il to
say: Ail tinti lot or pi n i o: t"n>un I ftuate In
Iriadetphia dL*trii t, la tlw couniy ol • •hi», and
Mat* ot Wnt \ ,!fci Lt.lm.mdtd aiid .!••>»ril«'l as
folio«*: B- tiii'iii ^ at .1 Make • r. :!■• roulh-east etJi
of the lilgingtoii latie, bitiij, ;ln north "eM ' ornu'r o!
the tract or parcel <>f land wn j'db Kiihaid V.
Wbelan In Ida life tine I.y the 1 iennan Catholic
Cemetery Aiwxiation i.y •' -i»l d.n.d on fh>- Jltli day
ol April, t*»74, and running «il!:'lie northern line
; of said Iran aouth St 3 '» tt 0 i-i(>i poles ta a
I stoke: thence (nullit! , went w th t!.c- • ■ t boun
■ dar) lim of Ka.Jtiait ID "-!<>) p. les lo a suikc;
! them-e north we-t 1 Kg-l'«i i*. . « to a stake on
the soi theast side of mid M» ;gton l.ine; tin nee
I with .«aid lane north XV . a-t ;• TJ -1 ' » ■ |>olea to
the place oi beginning, •-ontairtng l»"0 .ores of
gto(.nd hy Mirvey, together with all ami singular
the improvements I heron and the licrcdit.i ment*
and apjatrtniKet thereto belt re Itg. rbla is the
name piopeity which m-. »n• • y. 1 t • the aid Emma
J Joidrfu by A. It. l.c cd.1 and wife by deed dated
1 ehnary ft, I<Kn.
I Txhui of Sack—Onr-thtrd of the purchase
money ca,..ii in hand, one-thlnl tbcreot, wiih Inter
e»t, in one y<ar, and the t> . i lue tbei- ol, with inter
<st. in two y I .us from th.. dny oi mile, ih purchaier
giving hia not«»» with giK.d security I t tbc defvired
. pn> menta, and the Icgnl iii !•> bring retained as ! ur*
I ther security. H EN It Y M. RUSSliM.
ja.1 i 'trustée.
Commissioner's Sale.
, John W. Kc»ta and John Flailing,, . . ... .
partner. in trade ,, licit* .V «J!J* J
vi Co uni v. in
Joh.'i Oray »ml other». ' w,*nr"r
]>Y VIRTUE or A l'K' KKi: OF TIIK CIK
) cult Court «I t liin i-ounty. in lin; Mut«- o:
! Weit '■ irgiuia, um de aritl rnu-Tr 1 in ihe tibove eu*
t lliMcititt "M ttoo lOth dt) o! Üweiuber, II&4, I
j » ill, on ,
SATMIDAV. KKIIUI \RV 38. IH81,
itlOo tliiK». tu., at tin: (rout door ni the toiirt
: l!on-e 01 Ohio eounty, pr.*• -d tu ><11 at ptihlic aur
ti. a t ht- lol'o« iu« nam« ! te.il eMn'e, that in to sny :
Twenty-two feet limit " lot mi inhered two huadid
and tlmtj-oiif *.::i) on tie <a>t si<!•>of to
ins apart o'therorm r loi aul ^enineiKioi; at a point
thlity-Uiree feet (rntu tlie.orn>-r of Eott' and r'trat
uow Ivruly-fonith) atreeta, and tin« ■ nutniiic
north (or quantity and (••'ititiuing the «ante width
lo the alley in the rear o( »aid lot, and i' in the ad
dition to tiieeit* of Whddia-; laid oat ''X Will lata
Cliapline and .lohn Fo l, tofttlitsi »nil the two t;ne
; inents ereeted thereon.
Tia*> ok Sat.K—Otie-thiidot thepuKliOMmoney
' or as much more as the pureh.t«.r way elect t" pay,
incaah on the day id sile n> I the roMli'-of »atue
in tv o C|tt»t annual in-Ailinei'U from the diy o[
>ale. the p«r> hu*rtofci?e hli notrafor thedeierrel
in_-ta:m nt-, wit!, ln-eri-t thertoa from the day ni
:aie »Ith i-er-onal eeuiity tor the |ia y meat of same
i to tu «atikiartion M tin un h-rti^n"! »i>ecial • jm
' toi fiooer. mal the tit!«- to the property to I« re
I« neJ i.ntiI th p r :n.ru" ,. ,.«11 m foil.
JAM I >1 P KIM. KP.«,
!*P' eial Commissioner.
I V. II. Hai i kr, Ai'CiIonecr.
t heri-liy certify toai l-.nd 'il. been given «< re
quired by I .w hjiJ the deine entered in th« ab»**
er.ti.led cmue. J«»J1S W. MiTCHKLI.,
! leb i C«erfc.
CAMPBELL'S PRESERVES
DA.MSOW
« iniutics,
«It IV KM,
KANPftLKKIL*,
PLA< IILM.
R|,A(KKKKKIKN,
HTKAWRÏKRILM,
PIXK APPLE.
True »0 name »nd ? larmt -ed'.o contain noth'n?
! but the fruit and pure rant. Vn* np In 5, 10 and
M pound pa:-«, and loid at theeit.-emeiy low price
o( l j cent* a pound.
II. J". SMTTH,
I jail Co*. Market fcnd Fourteenth 81».
TAYLOR.
PORK PACKERS.
'i>. C. LIST, Jr..
Pork Packer,
I SiÖ Fourteenth Street,
M IIJiEMXU, WEST VA.
I Jul
CARPENTRY.
KLEVIS, KRAFT & CO.
j WILL CONTRAIT FOB
'New Buildines or Carpentry Wor
(J dud with facUltla» eaooiiod covher*
WHEELINH, W. VA
I WM. KARE & SON,
PRACTICAL'
! Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters
No. 33 Twelfth Ht,
All work don# promptly »: mort reaaocable prloi j
THOMPSON & HiSBERO j
! Practical Plumber*,
; Cas snd Steam Fillers,
un M A UK LT HTKKET,
Wheeling, W. V».
Spoolaltles,
! SIK/M HhATINM
I AND VENTILATION,
I KKD JACKET FORCK TUMP.
UNDERWRITER OAS MACH1N1
■ 6, Or ders from the eoontry promptly filled.
PETER WELTY & CO.,
>i iioi.ekam: i.i<tto!ts
! 111-5 3Istin Street,
WHEELING, V. VA.
, Wo bave Je« re<e:icd l>y direct lnrorutli:i a '
irrj? ..vscrtment of Rhine snd Maiao'lo Wine«, .tuler
Mumul A Co. Champagne, Du«: de Moutebelle ''tum- j
ragt e, and a îarga atipaient o' the celebrated W.l
hnii'a Quella >i*iural iMne-al Water, togolher with ,
a Urge lnrolCT from California rlncj-arda, of tk<
oldest am! beet br.imU o! wine known to the Uade.
such as Mlaalou, Mairaiia, Eeealtug, Angelica, Rtvl I
/iiifamlt-l, A.-., di.-. V. v */•«■ now niuklnga specialty
nf oar «ne Wuoils, which »p hotiSH by n> f'uiu
our choicCM loan's •>( llij'ior. »'id to »hieb we
would kindly call the atl.-ntion of tlw tr-iic. de30 .
TRIMBLE & LUTZ,
j High and Low Pressura and Ex- j
haust Steam Heating and
Ventilating a Specialty.
Oa the Mosa Iuiproreil Methods.
FINE STOCK OK
GAS FIXTURES
Of the I-Mest Style« snd Désigna.
OAS MACIIISJE3,
lrj.Ttf.rii .«loam Pump«, M earn Syphonea, Iron ana '
I.cad l'ipe, Valve«, >ittir.g> and Uatigtv- of ail*;n.'
ii »lock . j
141ß anil IHR Market Street.
American Insurance Company,
OF WHEELING, W. VA.
OrriCK, 1818 Market St. (Orer Oily IlajLk)
DIKBCTOB8.
John M. Krowa, Alex. IaIaC,
J. F. Pauli. Johü Krew,
J. A. Miller, A. D. tisoman,
Georg« Wis«.
J. A. MILLER, Praddent.
JOHN FREW. Vice Prerldeul.
P. B. DOBBIN8, Secretary.
D. a. MOEUaN, Htiilcltor.
Insu.Te agklojt 1 osa or damage by Ar«
Household (Hwda, MercanUie. Mane.'adoring
Farm property,
**~P*ti»iuc«r\*p«ethii:y solicited. «77
Justfcat and Constables.
All kinds of blankb fob jntmcecof
Uu I'raae and CoanaoUi es* aa Uli
■u«iiMMBa«an,
ORT •OOP».
Brues & Coffei
AflE OFFERING
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: GREAT BARGAINS
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Misses' & Children's1
Wool Hosiery
—Ü.ND—
UNDERWEAR!
To Close.
NEW SATEENS!
WHITE GOODS !
AND
EMBROIDERY
JUST RECEIVED.
1132 Main St.
j«31
STONE & THOMAS.
Closing Sale
OF
.adies'Wraps
Silks
AND —
DRESS GOODS
From Now Until Jan,!
To reduce our very large stoek
we will give Honest Bargains
every day in the week.
Ladies' Wraps
Reduced from $10 to $7.50,
'• $15 to $10,
" $20 to $13.50,
" $25 to $18.
Seal Plush T
A few left and will close them
at cost.
We propese to give you
more for your money than any
1 louse in the city.
It Will Save You Money
TO OOME,
STONE & THOMAS,
m
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National Bank of West ity
AT WUEELLNU.
Cap tnl. »HOO.OOO.0o
gouthwMt oor. M*ln and Twelfth -St».,
Doe« a General Banking Busing,.
DIRECTOR«,
Jim'« MftrvcU, John Kurm
MUhvl K^tlly, K. W H„,; ,J
K. W. Ofietay, J.Kltow
Chat. W. BrooktmUr.
JAMK8 MAXWELL, Pfrilwit.
E. W. OQI.EBAV, VU* Prailieot
IOHN WAHN ER OyJxl*.
LAWRENCE E. SAM». A -.'t c„h„T
ELEGANT SQCA FOUNTAIN
For F*'»«. Aildres* IXKMX i gj
HOG CHOLERA REMeoy.
AlüO. RFMEDY ÎOK
FOOT ROT
IN h 11 KEP.
LOGAN eft» C'O,
A SAFE LICHT!
"KLAINK." No «Jar. Ko cnutfJ wick. î„..
1L»;< i. NoanpMn.
XjOGAN tie OO.
40 PILLS IN EACH BOX.
HOMI'STKAI' PILL". P.»t 111! <«r I,r~
i plaint, Con.-lip«tionor l'ysifpiii. H
I wooded.
UOGAN tto CO.,
! }••-' Drug^liiu,
Underwriters* Insurance Cwprç"
WHKKMNC, * V.l.,
Office Ko. 41 Twelfth Street.
«AriiAi
DIRKiTitR*.
Auwzo J.OHIK«, roukkt ckanuik.
J. V. PADLL, (iWlltHK HOOK
J. C. ALI>KiL-ON.
ROBT. (RANKLE, Prf-ilont.
J. i l'A l'LI, vicePmltieut.
ALI'RU' l'Ai L!., h"0[rt«y,
liKurtwaii kindo,' j>rop«rtf al rftuonaW« ta *
deZlti
H
9 ^ ^ *
* 1
T L
t "»
M
§ S
GO ANI> EXAMINK
"CHEAP COUNTER
JOHN FKIEDELS
CIIIIV.V HTOUK.
11QO MAIN STRBST
CAPITAL. PRIZE, »75,000.
Ticket« Only |S. Nliarm In Propor
tion.
EÊsH
Louisiana State Lottery Company
"We do hereby certify that we rop^r»! t'i* m
ran gem en ta lor »U the Monthly and vjiI 'm, .1
J »rawing* of the lxul*tana bute Lultwr Cu-puif.
end In p«r*on manage and oontrol Ha I"a»i .1
thrnuelVHi and that the aam* are co'i>l .n i - 1»
boneety, (almeee and In good tailh towaid a'! 1 *1
tlee, and we authorise the Company to um this m
tlflcate, with lao-dmlllet at our alrnaturoe atu-^4
tu lu a lrarUeeownu."
IiKcrpor*t«d la MM for 25 juin bjr the I «yU'itar»
for h Jucallonal ms4 Cbitrltoblo pur;' ■■* «lin »
r-npltal of 91,000,000—to which a rœerve ïund oî î»r«
Î..Xl,U00 iaj «In oc bcfln addod.
1<» en orerwhi'liulox popular rote )»* franchi»- »■
niKcic * part of IL»* prmeiit buto lyjatuu'J-*
adopt*! Incomber 2d, A. D. 1%7'j.
The oniy I/ituSry r\er roirxi on and ec ! < «•! '1
the people of un? H ta te.
lt ntTf-r »mit« or po*tnort<-a. ft* tJraul riisfU
,N i.ijj *■: I'rawiuica Uko pUtco înu.lh.y.
A ipU'iidld opportunity to win a Fortun» •» •
ou <>riuid l>ruwlne. <1*** II. lu the ACA1>K>T
Ol Mt'HIC, NEW OKI.EANo,
Turftdity. l'rbrury lOfh,
177th Month?? Drawing.
< Al'ITAL l'KlZK,
10" ,000 1 iiketa at Fi»» Dollar« Eeeh. i- rvr.wM '■>
ïifLbs in proportion.
Lin oir vuiata.
1 ( npttnl Prize ~ }' *■
1 t'upiui l'rlzc -'/«*
1 Capital frlie — - "
2 l'ii/ia oî fr'JOO
5 I'riua ol 2OO0 • "
10 I'riM* of It»') "
20 Wi»* of .v»» ;
IN I*riiM of 2"»' - '■**
3il0 l"ii/<a of 10» ■' ■>*
AuO l'riw-a of W ~ u
1000 i'ri«« of 'Jo
Approximation i'rlsea'm
3 Approximation Iriate of $11)0 - «."*
9 Approximation Prlaeaof SO0 - ' **
It Approximation Prixe* of '450 * M
HC," Pilata, amounting *>...„
Application for rate* to dab« ibosId be du - »•/
to the offloe of the (Jomp«ny lis New Orleatsa.
for further lniornxatlon writ* dearly, g)»tn| fit
vidmta. P<*fTAL NOTE.S, Exprcta Moiu.i <t '«fV
or New Y«rk Eichau;« In ordinary IHÀÎ- '
rency I'T F.xpreaa (all sum* ol V> and upward »' "J
expena»*) addrtwaed M. A. DAUPHIN.
New OrlMUM, *
M A. DAÜPHIN, ;«7 SeraaU Waeum*«
D. G
M Or* P. O. Monty Orden parabU Md idlr*
Keglatered Ivetten to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Naw Orlam«.:^
WHEELING AND ELM GROVE R *
ON AND A ITER MONDAY. NOVEMBK;^
1 HA traîna on the Wheeling aad Eia
Kai!road will run aa follow«: .
I>earini{ thedty at If^arln^ Wh*e"t I'«'1 *'
f,:.V) a. w. 3:00 r. *. 7 »•> »• w. « ■' r, ~
%: U> " 5:'« " i »:;t0 " 6 i
11:00 " 7*0 " (12 OOM. ' < -
1:00 r. M. 9:(w " I 2:«m f. M. » «•» S
OS iL'SDiTl.
f^are the city al » a. us. and erery ho■3'
P'l°i»e Whcells« 1'a.k »a. ». an.l cr»ry h -'.* ' '
10 p. m. _ r ^
Heod alz oenta for
and reoelre free, a 'o*'",.
A PRIZE.
of good* which wili h-'P*"
eltner aei. to nsor- « ^
right away than anything elseLt thi*
1 tun»« await th« worker« abaol-steiy «or«
TEUK ft CO.. Aar»«* MaIm.

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