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Thb Backhacnon Banner tas entered
spoQ its ?en:b volume. L*g m»y ii
«are.
The Demccrais are well satisfied
with Mr Carlisle aa Speaker of the J
House So he «ill be allowed to continue
doing well.
So it se«ms that after all Sherhax will
be inflicted npen the Senate as President |
prj tern. The people will have to grin
and bear it.
The Fairmont Index says that ii Cat*
gresrran Wilsox, who ha* honored and
adorced his position, does not seek re-elec-1
tion there are few men better fitted to suc
ceed him than Judge Ice.
The Parkersburg Sentinel says. "If
the Democrats of the First district are.
really suffering for a candidate for Con
gress, to down the Idol of Harrison conn
ty with next year, they ought to try some
new timber. Trere is Jo* Woods, of
Wheeling, A*pt Edsiistos, of Lewis, Bob
McEldownet. of Wetsel, Joes Bassel, of
Clarksburg, and a long list of other« who
could easily lay in the dust the haughty
crest of Nathan, the Great."
NKAKI.Y 50,000 cms«« of boots ana snces
have been forwarded from Boston each
week recently. The ajpregate since Jan
uary 1 (eleven months) reaches 2,500,000
of cases. These at $J0 per case (a low
estimate) would make the sum $ >0,000,000.
which is the greatest business on record
for a similar period, and shows an in
crease of 100 per cent, in ten years Chi
cago buys about one ««Tenth of these.
Some are shipped m far west as the Pacif
ic coast.
Tue rapid development of the agricul
tural interests of the ooantry is simply
wonderful. In 1870 the area planted in
cereals equaled the area of the 8ta*ee
of Missouri and Ohio. This has been in
creased in fifteen years by the addition oi
an area equal to that of Iowa and North
Carolina The land now devoted to cereal
crops is more than six times as large
as West Virginia including its rocks at.d
hills and Valleys and mountains and riv
ers.
Prs* dsst McCoxsico, of the North
Central and South American Exposition,
at New Orleans, announces that the man
agement has designated Monday, Decem
ber 2é, 1S85 as Àmerican press day, and
proposes to make it a great drst meeting oi
journalists of the three America*. Reprä
sentative editors of Mexico, the fifteen sis
ter Republics of Central and South Amer
iea, the Empire of Brazil, the Dominion of
Canada and the United Satea have been
invited to participate in the ceremonies of
that occasion.
Tassi arrived at the six principal ports
of the United Suites daring October abont
25,918 toreignen, of which about 9,838
were from the United Kingdom, 8,930
from Germany, 2,174 trom Sweeden and
Norway, 1,256 from Italy, 1,183 from Rus
sia, Finland and Poland, 869 from Aastria
838 from Bohemia and Hangary, 480 from
Switzerland, 447 from France, 409 from
Denmark, 138 from the Netherlands, and
336 from all other countries. This does
not inclade those that came into ths coon
try across the Mexican and Canadian bor
ders The Chinaman generally slips
through from Canada and Mexico.
To-dat the American Solons begin their
work at the National capital. Questions
of great importance to this whole country
will come up for discussion. Ths people
have sleeted these men . as their repre
sentatives and have confided great trusts
in their hands, and they will watch with
a jealous eye how well they discharge their
duty.
People are generally punished with too
much legislation, and they should in most
cases pray to be delivered trom such misfor
tune. but some questions before ths Forty
ninth Congress demand legislation. The
people, then, want no partisanship nor
corruption to influence the actions of any
of their representatives. They want ths
good of country to control. This will in
sure good laws and jast measares.
The mass meeting at the Alhambra
Rink od Saturday night ander the auspices
of the Trade« and Labor Assembly, was
no ordinary demonstration, and m there
are reader«, probab'y, of Monday's issue
oi the Register who do sot read Sunday's
issue, the proceedings and speeches are re
produced on th« third p%ge this moraing.
Hon. A. D. Fasset r. oi Youngstown, 0 ,
addressed his audience at the greatest
length, and from the frequent and hearty
cheering the fpeaker received, his hearers
must hare bten en rapport with hie re
marks; therefore capitalists, manufactur
ers and all other« who employ workmen,
should reid this gentleman's statements
with care aid, if possible, gather a more
comprehensive idea of the opposing ele
ments that are now so disastrously rend
ing the business of so many manufactur
ing centers.
The ' bloody shin" is a very peculiar
garment, bat how it came to be so called
is not so certain. It is no modern inven
tion. Gibbos «peaks oi it is his Decline
and Fall of the Roman Empire Otumas
the third successor of Mahomet, had been '
assassiija'ed by one of the Arab factions.
Moawitah, who reigned a few yean later. ,
reveoged the death of Othmav, and Gib
box says: "The tacred duty of parsairg
the assassins of Othxas was the engine
and pretence of his ambition. The bloody
ahirt of tbe martyr was exposed in the ,
mosque of Damascus, eta" This is thought
to be the origin of the "bloody thirt." It
It has been gathering momentum through j
the ceotoriea. For the past twenty year» ]
it has beao the misfortune of a great many ' >
Republicans to he possessed of them. Some ; i
Republcans have been born with bloody (
ahiris; tome hare acquired bloody shirts, 1
aid o hera bit« had bloody sbirta thrust l
upon them. •
HKOWING Or EN THK DOOM OF THE
T«BA>UKT.
Tb« views of Mr. Randall conc«TBirg
1m proposed charge ia the ralM of the
loose,placing the subject of appropriation«
n the bends of several committee«, in
tend of in the hands cf one as at present,
onnd a kej note that shonld meet a
•spouse in every Congressman who loves
i just and economical administration of
be Government. Congressmen of the
Democratic faith especially, shonld con
tidtr well M* Raxdjll'« opinions, as the
Democretio party pledged itwlf to give
the people an honest and economical gov
ra stent.
There has been in the past too mncb
recklw expenditure. Such expenditure
as ia some of the river and harbor bills
was little better than throwing away
the people's money. According
to the costly experiment, Mr. Raxdai.l men
tions, that once gave special committee« the
power to make appropriations, the gates of
the Treuory would be thrown open and
the expenditure would soon become so
great that the expenses of the Government
could cot be met except with excessive
taxation. So many committee« would
have constituents in almost every nook
and corner of the land, each clamoring
for some pet appropriation. Each com
mittee wishing to please its constituents
and not knowing what demands the other
committee« were making upon the Treas
ury, the Government oould soon be bank
rupted. This is not what the Democratic
party has promised the people.
The Democratic Administration has
thus far been doing manfully in ferreting
out fraud and corruption and blotting out
dishonest and useless expenditure«. But
should the doors of the Treasury be thrown
open for almost every man to go in and
help himself, as is prep Med, all the gecd
that has been done would be neutralized,
and the Democratic party would receive
the blame. The Democratic party can not
afford to permit its fair escutcheon to tte
tarnished by such action.
Thi reports of riots in Utah and the
departure of United States troops for Salt
Lake City make it seem like another crisis
with these people h near at hand
The Edmcsm law is dealing vigorously
with their polygamy, bat it has been hav
ing little effect iu changing their opinions
in regard to this degrading practice. High
officials of the church are incarcerated in
the prisons and penitentiaries, bat they re
gard themselves as martyrs for their faith
and can scarcely smother down the hatred
they hold toward the Government they re
gard as persecuting them. Men's super
stitions can not be abolished by law or by
imprisonment. -The smouldering flame
may barst forth at any time in riot and
can only be pat dowa by. the shedding of
blood.

F.els (or Dinner.
B aetur.
Young housewife (consulting with the
cook about the dinner for a party)—"As a
second course we will have eel."
Cook—"How muçh ought I to get,
ma'am?"
Young wife—"I fancy ten years will be
about sutScient."
« I
Sore Enough.
Anton Oimtntreial Bulletin.
"That vehicle looks a little drunk, said
a friend to Spicer as a wobbling carriage
pasted them on Washington street.
"Good reason," said Seth, "the sea's
are all fall and the axle is a little sprung."
Little Girl» In Brown ud Ked.
x r. s«».
Little girls wear a great deal of brown
and red this season, bat no matter what
the color of their frocks, their stockings, to
be correct, mast be black.
Bembrandfe Portrait of His Mother.
Oni Coijnan in T\s Cril u.
R»rabrandt. too might bava le' to classlo shrine
ruts art which makes jour mother look like mine.
You might have made a hrare Kom an tieist—
Rut mother's sods this picture would hate missed.
What schools have lost tout brash on him oooferj
Who lorksand longs to fay his face to hera.
DIED.
FABSH ALL—At hts home, at Glenn's Run, De»
eember 9,18SS, J.otss C. PisJliit, aged 78 y eus.
Funeral from his late residence, on Tuesday, De
cember Sth, al 10 ?0 o'clock. Friends ot the fam
ily are Invited to attend. Interment at the Stone
' h arch cemetery on Snort Creek.
A SCHOOL
—0*—
Shorthand and Typewriting
One of the Departments of the
WHEELING BUSINESS COLLEGE
Separate room, e'egantly refurnished with sew
carpet and furniture, and in speeiai charge of Mr.
A. S. Ueany, s very competent lnstrucor. Per
mis should loee no time lu eoibraclrg the superior
opportunity ot acquiring the branches now offered
by this icbool. Please call, or addrees
■oSQeote WHEKUN9 BU »IN KS8 CO I.LEO B.
If>r
j^a
It - Reiob'.« Reiamiy tot L.»*f Complaint* and lUacmiiMd
tf a <)«rkot«tl of torpid condition oi lit« L:ver. u Dt»
p«7«ia, Con«tpatton. Blltoowi*«». Jvindice, Heodai S«
Malar*. Rhounutitm, etc. It rmiilste« th* bowel*, pun
<im t»e bin«!, «trenrUMiM '*>• »»''fin, dtcwtioik
AN IKVALUABLB FAMILY KSDICtNB.
Thousand® of testimonial» pro*» It« merit.
AST DBUO«WT "M.L TiXl, *00 ITS »«PpTAtlO*
VERONA ART GLASS !
—m—
Lemonada, Water & Champagne Sets
Tab!» Wtnul Ornanien »I Piecja. Call
* and Icepect, at
Jolin Friodel's,
Mfil 1130 M A1H STREET.
Notice.
Wacruae, W. Va., November 90, ISN.
T HAVE rHW DAT APPOINTED ANTHONY
HSU LS «a «uy rgaoi lotarry on aad transact lot
oi« the b«ilc-n of KT<x«r on Market itreet In ibe
I lath ward at tba «it? o( Wheeling.
dein C. FkSHBB.
PERIODICALS.
All of thb leading dailies, weis
Ilea and Moathliea (uraisbed to eity j-r couo
■tj subecrtben at yabllihara' lo«re*t price* br tbe
rear. Ao* la a food Oaae t» lu beert be. JMaaae
•11 an or atdre*
O.S. QUIMBT,
Bookseller ar d Newsdealer,
»14 No. 14.4 MARKET STREET.
'tTII W1UT, & W. WK.TT, aAMUXZ. WIU1
PETER WELTY A CO.,
Laaporten aad W hoi—le Deelen la
Wines and Liquors.
Doaghartfa Pur« Bye,
laatleello Pare Rye, tiibeoo'a Para Rye,
telle of Kelaoa Soar Math. O. T. C. Tay.
or"a Soar Mash, Rea tacky fWanilai rl Saw
■eaarie—aiu—nte< Ian tacky
whiakiae, each
(ye waiafcias, each aa H na». New Caatta, Bfck
Irata, RcPhenoa, Joka Em nam» tHUTa, etc.
•wXhaxpafne, KMae Wtoa, Fine Chii.'arala
rtne aad a rail Una ot Battled Ucoda.
Bol* A^eeor te WaR VLrjlaia te Qeraiaad1«
Waat Bear Faooau. .
afl PITS* WELTT A (XX, IUI MRa 8t
R
mm**
FuBR*Tj FOK 8AI.E—»NQUIR« OF WM.
rtiFfi*, Drldgepo.t. Ohio. lalephone con
«fliloo. d«'A7 1
iiri* m>—a ■'•«Mil; »'HL, »oaixv Kim I
VV ki'cbac wo»k, at mo. m Fourteenth atr«-et.
(uit oca* we 1 ? eco id mended. ca7a
tir>NrKu-A man h*tkm°kr vK a»d
W tncril buhlt». M»ilot eaaploj soeot, ti repli
ant an ol<i • »tat>H»b«d bou»* Id lis own aectioo.
«l«ry Vo legin ®7o per dioi h. Vef<-re .cue ex
eied «oit give* bit BKua , 14 fianlir rtre» t.
Jew ïor». d«7oa»,Tb
R« Ooa .K>> BO%bD; Al»> DAT B'tAKD
fcoqalr- at Job* ttoivki'a eu pet and wall !
Mp«' < »»re. See. »019 aad M«1 Mata tutet.
KiVfj AND BO \Bt>; al8 j Da Y BU I'D, |
»HS Chaplhe atr.et no 7h
BOittU AND AT Mb*. H H PuK
w'a. Comer Fourteenth and Chap.Ina atraei».
aal h
OtTlADT iND PROFITABLE EM PLOYM*i»l
O «t'en to a law «ood on en A< dm«, aî»"< *, I
0ATKJSLL A CJ., Odd Fellow»' Ballding, Wheel
im. W. Va. oc»
11 T A>" T ED— Your g lad les at home to ooloi1
TV Photograph» lor tu by a new procès»; no ln
itiuction» to bur; fascinating empJojment; work ;
can be iiAil*d anywhere 11.00 to îî per day ran'
be mad«. Particulars mailed wltb a »impie cabi
net Photograph, beautifully colored, lor four cent».
Addreaa HOME CO., P. O. Box, 1U16, Beaton, Mara.
no2
NOTICE.
rjIEK MINERS' UNION BEQUESTS ALL
miners to keep away fro* Wheeling arid ▼ clnlty
util after the atrlke la tettled.
deo^ M. O"CONN ELL, Secretary.
Notice to Water Consumers.
Th* Citt Watkr Boahd, >
WuKsuaa, December 1,1845. j
WATER BKNTS FOP. THE SIX M0NIH8
ending March 31,1836, afe now due and
payable at the afflce of the City Water Board, City
Building. If pa 11 on or before the Slat day of De
cember, 1838, a dL'count of 10 •» cent, will be al
lowrd. FRED. UNRUH,
de2,4,7 Secretary.
F
IOR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND AIL
way landinge, the elegant paaaenger it earner.
NEW ANDES,
Chas. Muwljucax Commander
M. F. Noti, ......, ..„..Clerk
Learaaforthe aber« on Tuesday, TcoemberS, at
3 «'clock p. ui. prompt. For full particulars tele
phone FR tNK BOOIH, Agent.
de7r
A BARRELL OF CANDY
—ran a—
DOLLAR !
—AT
DURST'S.
THE GOSPELor DYNAMITE
WHICH •?
LECTURE
REV. DR, JOHN RHEY THOMPSON,
»01 Brooklyn* N. Y., at
Chaplin« street H. K. Church,
THURSDAY EVEN'G, DEC. 10,1885,
At o'clock.
ADMIiSIOF, 25 flti. Tlrketj for tale at Tr. J.
8. Heed's drug store, Centre Wheeling, and Rauni
er's matic store. de', q
» Liltl
X
UNPARALLELED OFFER!
DEMOREST'S
THE BES
Of all the Magazines.
/gfONTAINING Sturies, Poems and other Lit
^ erary attraction*, combining Artistic, Scien
tific and Household matters.
Illustrated teith Original steel Engrav
ings, Photogravures, Oil Pictures and
fine Woodcuts, making it the Model
Magasine of America.
Wt pr«r,,,c te give con»iderable attention to the
Grand I'rohlbUlon PartTmoveBicnt as one tt tin ao«t
important and !lve moral' tssuea of the day.
Kach copy of " D<-morest's Month!» Maninil!« " con
tains A Coupon Ordtr. entltünn the (.'older to the selec
tion of any pattern illu«tr»t<-d In the lashioo depart
cent Intbat number. In any of the «1res manufactured.
send twenty cent« for the current number with Pat
tera Coupon snd you *•!!!certainly «ub?«r!t,eTwof):l
larsf >ra year and xet t?s HnieMts valu«. [To!. 22, ÎÎÉCJ
W. Jenningj Domofcs!, Publisher, 17 E. 14th St.N.Y.
de7a,«f *d
SFABBB1B3,
TB5DIEL01N,
BACKBONES,
8AU3AUE MEAT, Ac..
TO-DAT, AT
1>. C. LIST, JH.'S,
no3^ 8» Fourteenth Street.
—HEADQUARTERS FOR—
HOLIDAY GOODS!
Tb« Largest Stock and Greatest
Variety ot
New and Elegant Goods,
For sale at prlees to snlt the tint's. The publl
are reapectlally Invited to call and examlno
oar stock.
Jos. Graves & Son,
dec6 29 TWKLFiII STREET.
COAL! COAL! GOAL!
Dur facilities tor delivery oI coal are unsurp#.*« d
By special arrangement we are prepared to
deliver a strictly
FEBST-CLAJ38 QUALITY OF
Anthracite* and Bituminous
COAL
At Lowest Possible Prices,
(ASLEY & BROOKS,
Ofllce, 1744 Market Street.
WEATHER STRIP!
Sfew Supply of the celebrated Felt and
Gum Weather Strip, just received by
£3. Xj. NIOOLL,
no.M Slolnw Hon«« Art Stör«.
"BROILED Gl RM AN CARP!
The Fineet Flah Pelicacf In the World,
fc'upciior to h&liaon.
Always Pleasing to the Taste.
FOR »ALK AT
H. F. BEIinENS',
KIT Markst St., or e'onth Braauh SU01 Jacob St.
dw2
SIOCKSand BUIlDlMS LOT FOR SALE
— I WIUl SEIL —
Ten Share» Ppa body IusuraiKe S lock
Twenty-fl** bharee IVop ea' Kank Stock.
On« hoiidlr« > ot on toff street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth isreeta.
ThoM. O'Brien ,
T»U phono No. 47ft. d<e>
ASK YOUR GROCER
For WkceHaf Bake-.* fouspany'«
FIRST PREMIUM BREAD,
Pan-Cake Floor,
Belt Rletag Ruckwhfat. ami
Extra So«la ( rackere
—always the ikst—
WHEELING BAKERY CO.
noSiib 1J50 MARK KT STREET.
ORA^ GFJ !
—TWIJITT-FIT« BOXStriXS
FLORIDA ORANGES,
wtmaaaia» iwht, by
sr. SCHULZ,
«28 The Market Stmt Coaleetioaes.
- « «* «DV|«TIM»l»Tt J
For Saler or Rent.
rjIHE FINE RESIDENCE OH THE KOBTB
tui comer of T*elftfc an^Eoff i'reeta. It will
be oi%od for rent bf the mooth, (the rent p*y
able monthly la »Ithnee.) Upktaire u l do«rn
• »In mil be rooted separately If desired aod pat
In tLoiosfh repair. J AS L. KAWLbY,
gel 14*0 Mam 8treet^_
COLOGNE BOTTLESI
WITH CUT STorPKIS, T»M
Covering With Silk.
—all anas—
BWINO BROS.
derf aturk't st , opp MeLwr« HonM.
25CB NTS
WILL 8CY A B0TTL« 0»
Syrup lulu, Tar and Wild Cherry,
y Of! THAT COUGH, AT
R. H. H«t'H Drug- Store,
dec4 1010 MAIN STREET.
BRASS FELDERN!
BRiëS FIRE NETS!
AM) C OAL HODS !
—LABOE ASSORTMENT, AT—
Nesbltt <43 Bro.'s,
dtcJ ISIS MAKE ET STREET.
• —BEACTIFrL DE3IGNS OF—
Plain 1 Fancy Night Shirts
A very Lar^u Aturtmen t, at the STAB.
J>. GUNDLINÖ & CO.,
dec) 83 TWELFTH STREET.
IDEAL!
-\rOV WILL MIfcS IT IF YOD DOS'! GET
X «ne 0.' those
IDEAL COFFEE POTS.
FOB SALK BT
Geo. W. «Toliuwon'« Sons,
deih 1210 Main street.
A WATCH WITHOfiLY 0«e HANOI
SOmtTHISO K.VTIRKLY *HT, ■
Just the Thing for Railroad Officials
Call and See it at
JOHN IIEOKEIÎ'S,
- «•«"> TâflAD CTIPVVT
Also a full line of Laliea' GolU Watches at all
price«. dot_
McLAIN'S PECTORAL SYRÜP
TSON'K OK THE BEST REMEDIES »OK
X Coughs and Colds now anown. It contains no
Of'laui or other narcotio Can be taken in auy
quantity or by the most delicate person, without
orodurtng headache, or eny other inconnnunoe.
Prepared by
JIcLAIN 1IKOTVIE11*,
Bold by moit dealers. Pharniaceu'lstf.
deo3 .
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR.
TEN BARBELS OF FINE
Clarified Orleans Sugar,
VERY SWEET, AT
R. J". SMYTH'S.
-ALSO «00 BUSHELS OF 1INE—
EARLY ROSE & BUriBANK POTATOES
• ~AT"
• R. JT. SMYTH'S.
dfcS Cor. Market and FourtoethSts.
AT MODERATE PRICES
ALL THE
LATESTPATTERNS
J Of Odd Cbaira, iu Upholstered, Rat
tan, Rttfed and Caue Goods,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
ALSO
Beautiful l/lanlel Ce bine's!
j
Fancy Tables, Ladies' Decks and
D#arf Bookcases.
ttafThese are all modérai* priced
! goo is, and within the reach of tvery oie.
C. Mendel & Co.
11«4 MAIIN ST.
decj
M-13 a 1415 MAIN ft 14-lZ ft 14-14. SOUTH ST?
Sole Ag>nt3 !or the folio* eg K»Tjrile Fiours:
"Pride ol Virginia," "Hak«'* Ironclad,"
"Guiding fctir," Fkaalx Patent," and ' Electric
light."
New Crop New Orleans Molasses
Arming rrcry day. No Mlxtd Good*.
Sond Us Your Orders.
■06
EVERYBODY SAYS SOI
CANDY KITCHEN
Xoe Ore»m
a m raws.
gjnJKVMI'H BT. Mo. 50.
NEW APVE»TI«gMt>IT8.
EXTRA
BARGAINS
FOB THE
HOLIDAYS.
;4
From To-Day Till Jan. 1st
We win offer Extra Barattai la
24-inch Black Silk, woith
$1.75, for $1.31. •
22 inch Bonne Silk, worth
$1 62^, for $1.25.
Satin de Lyons,worth $1.50,
I or $1.20.
Brocade Silk Velvets, worth
$3.00 for $2.25.
CLOAKS!
By a special arrangement
with a large manufacturer we
are enabled to sell Cloaks at
a very
LOW FIGURE
It will pay you to examine
leur Stock and Prices.
A splendid line of Goods
suitable for
Holliday Presents !
Just Opened.
We are still selling all do
mestic
DRY GOODS
At Factory Prices.
9
Don't fail to come. We are
giving our customers
REAL BARGAINS
In anything in our line.
STONE & THOMAS,
IOOO St.
de/
DRY. COOPS.
GRAND SALE i
w— j
MODS!
I
—AT
REDUCED PRICES,
WB HAVE
$60,008 Worth of Goods
On hand, and in order tojreduc«
stock we will offer our
iGooda »t,
ÖS PER CENT
LESSthanBEGULARPRICES
Goods Charged as usual. Call
Marl; for the
Best Bargains of the Season
SALE COMMENCING
r»EC E>X13 JEft 1.
Brues & Coffer
deol
THE CHEAPEST
DRY GOODS HOO.'E IN THE CITY !
SECOND ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS !
At the N«w Dry Goods Store,
IVO. 1104 MAIN STREET.
The Finest Assortment of Cloths, Cashmeres, new shale« of AIT Wool Plaids and
All Wool Sailings, Brocaded Cloth, All Wool Gilbert Suitings, an elegant line of All
Wool Watham Suiting, a fine line of French Tricota, Brocaded Cloth in double
width. Cashmeres for bait the price you will pay at any other place. A lot of Fine
Brocaded Drefg Goods in all colors at 5 cent« per yard, worth at least 10 cents. All
Wool Flannels at 15 cents per yard. Canton Flannels at 5 cent«. All Pure Table
Linen, double width, at 25 cents. Ginghams at 5, 6. and 7 cents. Four pairs good
Ladies' Hose only 25 cents. Ladies' and Gents' Undergarments only 50 cents
I Gents' White Shirts only 50 cents; and a big line of Ladies' and Children's Wraps,
j which we are offering lower than any other house in the city.
Come and convince yourself before purchasing elsewhere. Do not forget the
name and place.
L. METZ,
IVO. 1104 Main Street.
RAMßAND'S RUSSIA,
THE BLOOD COVENANT, Trumbull,
Religious Thought In Britain,dnr
ing »lie 19th Oentnrj, Tulloch,
X. DB. WILSON'S,
NO. 1808 MARKET STREET.
________
[he Manchester Coal Co.
Take p'e> sure In Informing their customer» and
the public generaNy that Uu-r hare as abundant
supply of the very beet quality of Clean and Mat
coal, which tlii y will deliver at the old prie*.
Clean Coal _7 Cents.
Nut Coal....'. »....8 Cent«.
Orden left at ,tbe office, corner Market and Four
teenth street», will receive prompt attention.
R. .J. SMYTH, Heo'y.
Tflephare Ko. 491. ocr/eadh
GLOVES
la Endlee» Variety.
KID GLOVES, CASTOR GLOVES,
Driving Glore*, Waiting Glove', Silt Giove.
Fur Top Glove», Llale Thread ü lover,
Silk Mltta, Wool Mltta,
LEATHER M1TT8,
And in fact Glorei to luit everybody in Style and
Price.
THOMAS HUGHES & CO.
1211 MARKET STREET. no7
FIRE CRACKERS!
Five Hundred Box« Fire Crackar* Joel Be:aired
lor the
Holiday Trad.©.
FOB SALI BT
G. S. FBDNT,
do17 1410 MAIN STREET.
Notice to Justices.
Justices9 Blankfli
EISIFTIOI BLAIK1, ITC,
FOB BALE AT
REGISTER COUNTING ROOM. [Ï
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Stanton Davenport'«,
noli 1341 MA BIST STREET.
lEAFNESS >ta CAISICS *Dfi cirk, by
DLMf fllOO ooa »ho wa» deaf twenty, etah't
year*. Treated by moat of 1h« noted tpeoialiate
ol the day with no beneüt. Ourtd MnaeJ/ In
threa montba, and itnce then hundred* of oUien
by ïame prooaet. A plain, a mple and luroeaaful
home Ik at ment. -Addreaa T. H. PACK, 121 Kaat
26th tit., New York City.
co2m, waaAab
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OBllLI eHEFFÎKLLTHBBB-WBMUD
velocipede tar. Haa been la m bat art» 11
OallatoraMnaathlaofBtie. apMb
OB 8ALB-MT RESIDENCE ON NOBTB
i Front »Wt, island lb« dkrelling la ln ex*
•liant repair, bee ail andern Improvements and
I ri rate ee*era<re to the rlrer. 1 be «petty la 120
F
nniwK-n^fl iv iu - ai nf^p^p^gpi
kt iront and extrada to tb« river. Toe Mrebaeer
pay bare tbe option of tba lot a pea whien tbo ne- I
fleope stands, er both lota. For particulars apply
a JPLIoH POLLOCK. Padflc Mllla. maW+db
A.
For Sale.
TRACT OF VALUABLE LAND 0* CHAP
_ Un« Hill, wltftln thv city limita.
OOITTAnrs THIKfT-TWO ACRES,
["be land lies »eil. la rich and «artly caltlrated, it !
rould make a good market garden or badlrldad talc
lealr»b>e building lota I
For price and terms apply to
WILLIAM CARNET,
Administra tor te Era te o I J as. Oaney,
lulb No. 3403 Market abaci
A
FOR SALBEI.
T NO. 1430 M AKKBr 8TRKT, ONI PUT
form Spring Wagon, with a top, callable for
igroccir delivery wagjnn also, three iprlng, on»
>r two bone wagon, no top, made for undertaking
jusinesa. I bare Second-hand Top and so Top
Buggl.s, alao one new Back Wagpa.
noMb ROBEBT LU I F..
Commissioner's Sale.
Abram Wilson *) In the Clrcnit Cfcurt of Ohio |
▼a. >■ County.
Ruseell Bane, et al. J In chancery.
PURSUANT TO A DBCBEE ENTERED IN '
the abore entitled canae on the 10th day of
October, 18i5, 1 will sell at puMlc auction at tba
fiont door ol the Court Houae of Ohio oounty, er
Saturday, December 18th, 1886,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following
scribed real et ta le and Interest therein, Www it : Tba
undivided twenty ooe hundred and fifty-filtbe
120-165) ol the llle estate of Ciscella Well«, widow
ol Jewe Well«, deceased, in a tract of land contain
ing ib >ut two hundred and twenty (J20) acraa, sit
uate on-tbe wau-raol bliort Creek,'in Klchland dis
trict, In ^td Ohio county, and adjoining landa of
A.J HIIhoj, Mcfc»«, James Wliaoa, Wil
liam Aialnson, Robert Trimble, and others, and
known as the "Jesse Wells farm. Alao tbe undi
vided t »euty oue hundred and fifty-fifth* 120-153*
lot*re»t lu tbe abore described tract of land subject
to the llf« o tataof aaid Ciscella Walls therein.
Tlrmj or pale.-One-third of tha purchase
motiey ard as much more as the purcbaaer ma;
eiset to pay Id cash, and the residua In two eqcal
annusl payments, wltB interest from the day o 1
sale, the purchaser to give bis not*s with personal
security, to be approved by the Commissioner, for
tbe deferred paytuenta, and the title to be retained
until the payment of tbe parcbaM money In full.
I. F. JoNtS,
Special Commissioner.
1 hereby oertliy that bord baa l«en given by tbe I
above named Special Commissioner as required by '
tbe said dtcree.
nollgl JOHN W. MITCHELL» Clerk.
Commissioner's Sale.
BT VIBTOB OF A DfCBKE MADE AND
entered by the Circuit Court of Ohio ooubti,
West Vlr^iLia, on the < th day ol Octobtr. )88i, id
« c#u»e In chaîner) tuerein pending wherein Curtis
P. Browo, administrator of tbe aatata of William
Feay, deceaed. la plaintiff and fcarah Feay and
others are defendant*, tha undersigned special
commissioner wl'l, on
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER «8th, 1888,
oomuunelng at 10 o'clock a. m , aell at pablie auo
t'on, on tbe premises, to the highest and boat bid
der, the following described real eatate, that U u>
say: lot tamlcr three (5) of Whetham's survey
of tbe old (mi farm, which lot Is bounded and de
nen b«d a» fol Iowa: Beginning at a beecb, ooner
to the Aral and second tots or tracts, thence south
50 wt»t S8 i'oiea to an apple tree; thence suuth 44l
west 18 pol« s aeroes the run and road; Umbo* down
the roan north 26>J5 w«t Ä poles uear an aim:
thoLoe noith S5 eett poles; thence north «1
*Mt bl poln; thenoe 35 east 41 poles to Iba IIa« of
John Ersklne's heir»; thence along tbe kraklne'i
line south 66%° east to tbe second tract; thence
with th» lino of tbe second tract south 10e weat 14
roles; thenoe south 48 west 14 4-10 poles to tbe
^ace of beginning, and containing thirty acre«
more or lew, and being the same land which was
«tmvejed to tho said William Feay by Juliet Feay
by deed dated the IKh day of Doc* m be r, 1873, and
recorded in the Clerk's office of tbe County Court
of ohl<j county, West Virginia. Haid land Ilea on
Middle Wheeling creek, in Ohle county, West Vir
ginia, adjoining lands of John Krahlna's heirs and
others.
1EBM3 OF HALE—Ons-halMn cash on day of
sale, and an much more as tbe purchaser may de
sire, tho balance In one year with Interest, the
purcbaenr giving bis notes with gtx>.l security Iqr
sucb deferred payment, and the till« to said Und
to be retilned until the pun hase money shall have
boon paid in full. C. P. BBOWN,
Special Commisaloaer.
I hereby certify tbat bona with good security
h us been given by tha above named Hpeciai Com
missioner» as required by law.
3c2»l J OHA W. MITCHELL, Clerk.
1 he ahoT« sale bss been postponed until Thurs
day, December 10,1885. Halo to take place on the
premises. C. P. BBOWN,
noü Special Commlsslouer.
Public Sale of Real Property.
By VIBTUB OF TIIL ADTHOBITY VK3T
ed In mo by a decree in tb« Municipal Court
of Wheeling, entered on the 27th day of October
18H5, In (be iutt In cbsnc ry therein pending, hi
which Indian* King born Is plaimltf sud fellsabeth
Klngbo n and others are defendants, I will, on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1880,
•ell at the front door of the Court House, of Ohio
county, the 'otlowlog d(scribed real property, that
Iii to say: I be full eastern third of lot numbered
M, fronting on the noitb sldeol eighteenth (for
merly Clay ) street, in that part of tbe city of
«Vheeling, known as Fast Wheeling,Hidthiidpert
being bouudtd as fodows: lieg inning at a point in
the loutheru line of acid lot on Aighteenth
street Just one-thlid of the breadth of said
lot from the southeast corner tbereof; th. nee
to »aid corner; thenoe northwardly along tbe «ut
tine of raid lot to the noitbeast corner; thenoe
westwatdly along th« north line of said lot, i ne
third ol the breadth tbereof; thenoe la a straight
Une to tha beginning, being tbe same property
which was conveyed to the aaid Oeorge King horn
b^liarrey Bail and wile by deed dated April 1,
Tkkxu or Sai e—One-third of the purchase
oioney, or so much more thereof as the turehaser
may elect, cat h In hand on tbe day of eale, and
the remainder in t»o • qual Instalments, payable
respectively in one and two yearn from the day ol
■ale, with internet from that day, tbe title being
retained nntll tbe payment of tbe de'erred lnitai
ments, and the puicluser causing tbe bull lngon
tbe property to be Insured in some Insurance
(ompany to be selected by me, for the euai ol one
thousand dollar* ir more for tbe further securing
of the payment of th* «aid deferred lmtalmeata,
the lose under the potior being made payable to
me. HEN BY M. BCÖSALL,
(special Co m mission« r.
W. H. Halles, Auctioneer,
I hereby certify tbat bond with sufficient se>
enrltv b»s been given by the said special com
missioner as required br said decree.
Given undei my hand thl« 16th day of Now»*«
ber, 188«. THOMA8 M. DABBAH,
Clerk of the Municipal Court of Wheeling.
noltt
m. m
pARL°1uitsi
La tut Deel (na ao<l Htm K had« o! Cowtof.
Beil Room Sets!
7h« Larffit Ae»oriiiieot In Um cUf, tad all
UUft Stj.'e« hom th« Leading
Muufiturid.
Sideboards, Hall Racks, Book Cases,
Secretariss, Mantel Cabinets,
Mirrors, Rattan Rocking
Chairs, Ac.,
»
vvn be mi to es irriiciim.
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum,
Oii Co'.b*, Wtnfo« •bade«, Doer Mat», Ot 9
■ui, àt, W « {nTita »a u«f*ctloa of
Our Pew G&ode.
REW & BEftTSCHY,
1117 Main Mt.
aalJMpe
f
IERNARD L. BUTCHER,
At1ort«/-»t-Law and Real Katate Ajaat,
1308 Market St., Upstairs,
WREELirO, W. VA. '
CoTeetlons an«) real eatate lualaea» atiaadtd tela
>7 I an o( the Mat«. aapll
Second-Hand Pianos tad Or fees
«iiihfâtel aakaa, at low peiem aad aa ear
SHEIB'S MUSK 8T0BE,
ma Tvetiu a., safer iaeny à
ôpërahôùsè;
OK« KIOHT 0*LT,
'hursday, December 10,
ni »u»« «»4 B«t of tU Ftm-c^
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to Talented Comedim and *1^
Favorites.
Baker & Farron
• A.«<i t^eir t" nexctlled Comedy
■VPrloai, ü 74 <*«u
«ata on atle «1 iaumv » muilc «on
Mkvl.
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OPERAHOTJSE.
:rW*y Evening, December II, 1%
TONY DENItn
pantomime
—AN I>—
Specialty Compaq,
PMBMUmNO THE
Clown of all Clowns. C. W. Rivti.
ind lBtreJuclni Tout Pm:« i It:* in w
tUCC*»*lul bulled U«,
the WILD WEST:
Bumpty Dcmpty A mono thi U;.lU4
or, BcrriLo Bux's List M m.
)PERA1IC ORCHfcJTRA' MILITAIT liy.
Adiuiulou SO «nd 35 wilts Ne -
fUwrr^d 8m)i. Sal* Ol «cat« W<^n«d,,
Dwitw 9, tt Bauuier*» Mini.-.»««. J*
OPERA HOUSE.
OME MU1IT O.NL»,
SATURDAY, DEC. 12,
AND
Batuidny
W.E,
m ms <>itvT ijir«aaoxaiiov
LOUIS XI,,
Kino; of Franco,
•upptiltad l>j MU*
LOUISE DAVENPORT,
Aud a Buptrlor (toaipaor ol Arilin
OHAKLEY NIIAY'M
ACADEMYJF iSt
Wheeling's Popular Family Tknin,
TMC IIX 111 «IM UK «OVKL
Commanclog I MONDAY, DEt. H
Extraordinary KcitfriattU'tt«
SILBON'S G0M8WATM
lu lb* Nt* H|.«cfcrular Barl»«**
THE YELLOW DWARf.
A Moo«t«r Star Coinj>aoy '
4—Tb« hoar «iraa» MJb<*» 4*
A Car U>ad ol itauUlal
IVai drob« and Traoaloittaiioa Trcti •»>■ <***
14-cu fo Iblicll».
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ranll; Matlocti W%dn#«<Ur ft hi««
IVopLa'i Popular Frio»- M«kt II.
aola, Mat!na«, 10.16, «6 and » -mm U*+
•»at» without eilra <«nap, on «itai U* a«
mj boa oSi« from 10 a a. k> > p a.
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Booth and aspooato. or commmm
tiraaoa. (lotit Irm. For tall
8raji*ase Biltm Viii Co ,
inflab ■ _s
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