OCR Interpretation


Wheeling register. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1878-1935, December 10, 1885, Image 2

Image and text provided by West Virginia University

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86092518/1885-12-10/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

20I)feIm0 l&msfes
WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO.,;
PniinRtn »Mr> r*o**iw»n*t
JAS. H ~1ao*ir«<r.
P« YKAC, *T yjîL ïOStâCl FCKPAIO.
DAILY. »tx d»'» I lh» vu - p 0>"
lu IH, tw** I- tf«* VMfc 4 00
l'A IL*, twrs d%Ts 'n ikttK *......_ S tO
I'aII-ï, oc« d»» hi iäp »oek 1 50
DEUYfcREJ) HT CiHRIEK
DAILY, per wwk to ho 1 *<■»*!? IS
The l>Ati.v «i i h»- ,li &r cairirr m «y
otiifr ciiT or ki*>i ... • _.... 1»
SlM,Lfc tC'Plf.* t>K f » LY OKWKKCLT ?
»•"i o»»«spo.- oe.Nc« f. htaIkixo
WBWS 30LJCJT*r- KIOW t\ KkY >iti or ms sc»
■Of*OlCOVMtl .
THF RKOlSTt'K. "■ .'r/j Hi vrmi' tdi!i&u.
4i rHirr+iiitf IA- /* ■; ,Äi • ■> I' Vri«. v, W. I'il., tu
fconddat* »uittrr.
Ir Parxki.t. tegotiatea with Gupstonk
it s^enas tfcar th? Brit-sh Tories will be left
ont it îh* cold.
TnK Mormons declare that '.b?y are en
tirely peaceable and tbat ail is qtiiçt a;
Salt Lake City.
* .
Skxato* Uo.au come« forward m good
time with kl« biil providing kr the Presi
dential succession.
Kixg Mu.an a short time a>-o wanted to
go to war. He new wants peace, but
Prince Alexander is not of th>it notion
jott yet.
It seems that the Knglish are not satis
tied with the result oi their election, and
want to try it over a^.in. But their last
state may be worse than their fir^t.
The possession of marble palaces, of
lines of railway and millions of Govern
ment bonds could not save Yaxdebbii.i
from the f*te the poorest beggar must
•nfier.
Tus American Public Health Associa
tion it) in session at Wishiogto? Dr. J. E
Reeves, of thia city, President of the Assc
dation, on Tuesday delivered an able ad
drvsa before that body.
Governor Hoadlv h is proposed a plan
for a new reg's:ra>>on law for Ohio. Cin
cinaa'i. especially, needs something that
will prevent a repetition of the coudition
of atfair» that occurred in the past cam
paign.
A few Republican papers don t like
some of Mr. CtE"rt.v\r>'s locj sentences
Ot course not. They contain too miuh
gocd sou ad Democratic doctrine. Tht-y
don't like to see Mr. Clsvemvd in the
Presidential chair very well either
Or the 611 members of the English
House ot Commons already electtd the
Liberals have a majority of tour, and it ia
thought it may be increased to ten in the
twenty-*it elections yet to be held. The
nex: Parliament «ill be a rather turbaient
one.
While many pec pie cannot coinoi i«
with all of President C; sveund"? opinions
expressed in hu from th.- reports
that come in the nearly universal décision
ia that it is an abte Stato document. EL
loses none of his reputation of poest.einp
a gooJl/ share of Hafkbone.
The Annual Congress of the K^leraiion
cf Organized Traue and Labor I'aiona ol
the United States and Canada ia no* in
•essicn at the National Capital. The Ccn
greaa will consider a large n imber of ques
tiona affecting the «rage workers. One oi
the most important to be discueseù ,s the
eight hour law.
Senator Cavero:.* bus introduced mtc
the Senate a resolution saving "that icas
much as the bagnes» industries of the
country at present se?m to be revising,it i<
inexpedient, durinj this Congress to pas
upon any legislation looking to the reduc
tion of the tarirf" duties. ' The tariff qaes
tion is now open for discussion
The fact that pmong our alleged arm;.'
cfbat 2.1^1 orhoers nrd 24,705 et listed
m»n, there have bef-n 11 8 4 Î trial-3 before
conrts martial, is no! intended to inspire
mnch cotfideuoe in this "bulwark of our
T'nion. But *h»«n #the insignidc*nt pay
and the poor fnconra^emrn: given them is
considered, it ia difficult to see how the
condition could much diff-:jnt from
what it is.
Whks it is considered that the number
of government pensioners on the list have
increased ll0,3rt| during the pas» t*n
yeora, the wisdom cf President Cikvk
land's suggestion that it is Suily ad >m
portant that tue roils should be cleansed
of all those who by traud Lave secured a
place therecn, m that meritorious c'a>ms
should be speedily exumiued aud al
justed." becomes apparent.
The election cases befow» »h? Snpreme
Court ot Ohio are tbr«1* iti number—one
broi^h* by the Democrat-? to obtain certi
ficates cf election for f'emccratic
Sena'or» one bv tha R-'puhli^tna to ob
taiu certificate? for Repiblic^n Sen
ators aud cne by the Attorney General to
compel Mr. Dalt.kv, the C»ork ut Ciacin
nati. to certify to the Hamilton county re
turns ad to the State >.lB:?er« to Columbus
for iaaraedi*l* coaming. The Supreme
Cour» hear? and decider all these cases at
the same lime, because ih«y are to closely
connected.
Tats is what the Washington Po3t saj9
that Congrese wi'l do dnrir? ifce coming
session
Kévie* and reduce ths taritt'.
Suspend the coinage of silver.
Re-creato the navy.
Provide far the coast defense
RepuUte the counting of the electoral
vote.
Settle the Presidential succession.
Reduce »he expense of the Government.
Support the President in his fight for
honest civil service reform.
And »he greatest work is the first.
In a conversation yesterday with Aco.
Rciv, Esq , Président of the BoarJ of G.i»
Trustees, it was learned that his resolution
to region is irrevocable, and the Booner
Council accepted his resignation the better.
His reasons for pursuing this course are
bo obvioos that it would be weleia to dwell
on them, and so we drop it. We »hail not
pass 'he occasion without saying that we
deeply reeret Mr. Rorr's determination to
withdraw from the Board. We <onaid«r
bis good tard atcse, e fror g cons.rvat sin
sod long business experience of inestima
ble value in falfillioga public trust snob m
a City Gm Trustee, and it is a qnettion
whether his place can be readily filled with
the same bad of material
WHAT TH K MCüSAGB HAYS OK TAH1FF
The Intelligencer, in speaking of th<
President's mnnjie, said :
The message talks ' tariff for revenm
only." Tbe beantiful things about th<
dear workio^man will not blast his per
ception ko that he carrot see the Bail
point. Tbe talk about reducing the tarif
I 01 the uec» series of lite is the argumen
of the free-trader.
Oi*a contemporary may hare found fre<
trad« »oatimenta in the message, but if i
did it succeeded better than meat Repobli
caa ptpen». Nearly all »re sajing that hi
wotds on the tariff were a disarpcintmeu
: to the tree traders. Here is what th
; President eaya. What workingmau car
God aeybiog in ittbat is intended to "btun
hie percep ions?" What thinking man cat
see anything else than a sincere effort t<
ameliorate the condition of the working
tran?
The question of free trade is not in
volv«d, nor is there now sny occasion fc
the Ten»ral discussion ot the wisdom am
extv-dieecy of a protective system. Justici
' and furneaa dictate that any modi
[ tica'ion of oir present la<*s relatiuj
to revenue, the adustries and interest*
I which have been encouraged by such law
and in which our citizens have large in
i vestments, should net be ir.jured or d«
' atroyed
We should al«o deal with the sub
jrtCt in such a manner a3 to protect th
jnterea'a of American lab^r which is lb
capital et cur workingmea. Its stabilit;
and proper remuneration furnish tbe moe
jns'ifiabl.» pretext for a protective pdic*
Wi»hin those limitations a certain redni
I tion should be made ia our customi
I it venae. Th* amount of such reductiot
having been determined, the inquiry fol
; low« • Where can it best be remitted am
what articles can best be released fron
duty in »he interest of our citizens?
1 think the reduction should be made ii
th»* revenue derived from a tax npon th
imported necessaries of life. We thus di
rtcily lessen the coat of living in ever
j family cf the Und, and release to the pec
pie in every homblo home a larger meas
are of the rewards of frugal industry.
Tkk death of the greit railrovl kip,
I W*. H. Vas pes but is of coniùerabl
significance ia the financial world, an*
may be takeu advantage of by speculator«
to raid th^ stock market. With his grea
I inherited and acquired wealth, he La
oeeu a prominent ri-are ia the finance
and indusuiea of the conn'.ry, but, that &1
bis lifo work ha« been a beneGt to th<? pec
pie will b> questioned by very many. Tfca
I many of the great enterpric.es h
I has couducted ha .-e been of almot
j inestimable advantage in developioj
the reeoircoa of this land can uot be de
n'fcd, but behind this good, rises np a grit
»pester that is very unpleasant to contem
?!ate. His gr?«^ wealth has been the uj
holder of monopolies acd ha^doubtWa
I made deeper and wider the great chasr
that has been forming between labor an
capital. Bat his wealth may fall into th
hands uf thise who will be more zealous i
giving this great didicuUy and may in ;L
; end accomplish much good. His prirat
life aio is no doubt such that it i
untrne to say cf him
'■Tfcacvll mea liollvn ifur tti*m
Uuti iatuieil with :aotr bci:«n.''
. 1
THF » AKrWKK.HT Ml UPfcti.
tho Story nta Witness Wbu Suicided—A
liitvrestiu^ Trial.
j Té I h' Edi'or of t\t JStTM'r:
There is something daring and romanti
even in murdtr au-i otber crimes tha
ma** i: ol interest to the reader and th
paper that givee the tru'h of daily event
without leaning one way or another wh
I but standing straight up and telling "th
I truth, the whole truth, and nothing out th
tru^h,' according to the form of oath ad
ministered in Pennsylvania ia a rare ac
qiiiiiliou. But two or three weeks a^o
I saw in the Sunday Register the onl;
itrictly reliable account that ha-» yet beei
published tomy knowledge of thrshooiingc
K. F. Carrwright near Mannington and th
omliuos of the R^ker murder which oceut
red four years ago. I wor.dered at theac
curacy o! the account ocrcing almost witl
the report of the shot. I who have followet
night and d>.y the track of the old Hake
tragedy fur the las: year congratulate thi
Rccistkr for its aOility in being accurate
As has beenoutliued in tbe Recistkk, th<
trial of the Car: wrights began Monday, tin
1 Ith inst, and to one who ha« lately beet
over Mannington district it is clear beyonc
tbe nhadow of a doubt that tbe comiuf
trial will be earnest and lively work foi
aoth side?. A hundred witnessea for th«
State will be in attendance, and how man}
for 'he detm e I do nnt kuor, but 1 knew
th'it I who am wn?ir.<j hav* been euro
rnoued by ih** «Jeteudant» a; d I know tfca'
; if tL*y have none summoned that can d<.
ihem more good than I, th.-y bad bettei
make their peace witti (iod.
lii« »tory of Kli K. S'.t-r^eM. r nephew
uf Samuel Satterfield, «ho tv hin owt
! throat r*ther than give evidence before
the Coroner'« jury sitting on the case of the
uii;rü«-r«"t J ■>hn Bake»-, ^wes u thrilling at
couut of depravity, inhumanity acd devil
is hoes*. 1 saw Sattertield and he S3id tc
me as near as I ran stare, as follows:
"After Old Johny Biker w»s murdered, we
«.:re ail anxious to h«ar if there whs any
I clue to the murderer I wjh not married
. rhea and liv- i *t home with my father.
\Jr» nnnla S*arnn..i h^fî m «irrioH
I ft daughter of tbt» murdered Johny Baker.
' and I went to hiia a few days after the
! murd-er to iearn «»hut I could about the
) mystery, and was surprised to find him
crazy with remorse and gtief and talking
wild.'v ubout death and going into the
f>rev nee of his »*'«d. He toid m* that he
had, -vith five others, committed the terri
bl crime, [ter* young Sat'erfield named
e*ch ot the pariiee He said he h id only
thought it was to bo robbery; that they had
robb-'d him once before bat when he
found'fee bad b"en a party to a murder,
the weight ot the crime was too heavy lor
hi a: to bear and he v:as going to kill him
ie'f and end his troublo.
' H» sent by me a mefSAire to each ot the
parties named, tellingthetu to take eure of
tbenmlvea and that he was going to k'i!
bimsflf. I carried tbe message and seme
ci them admitted to me that it was true
!(r.ereh«? named thrte who admitted it?
troth.) two I did not so«», bat sent word tc
ttem by one of tbe others. A few days
Inter, a*ter my ancle had killed himself,
one o! the parties that 1 did not see, came
• o me and asked if I had told any one bat
thojo earned of what my uncle had told
ra*. I told him 1 hi*d not. and he said it
was a d—d lie, and if he ever knew of isy
talking about it to any one he would
b tcher me. The investigation closed and
th«> murderers were not arrested, and I
have had to cany this secret for all theer
y«ars for I have been in deadly fear of that
man who said he would butcher sae if I re^
v(aled it, and he would do it. I have tried
to be a christian, have been licensed to ex
hort and have conducted religions meet
1 in#s. but tin; knowledge of this crisse bai
I borne as* down with its h?a?y weight aud
the criminals (naming them) have made a
tool of me, atd I have not ^red to do
other than as they have bid
den me and that is why
you tind me here in jail charged with »
crime. '
■ Such is in brit f the »tory of one of the
State's witness63 who was arrested charged
with a robbery, the goods having been
found in his house. He lived on a farm
owned by Joseph Cartwright who is now
in jai! at New Martinsville and was a
brother in-law of Cartwright, and the
writer of ttis was present when the goods
«are fband, and heard young Satterfield's
• wife say that her hust-and, it he had to gi
to State prison, could expose the crimes of
otksçi tàllt would send them there for life.
FoHowiiyr this clue, I visited Sitterfield
' in jail at Fairmont, and obtained from
, him tbe statement that is herein briefly
given Satterfieid ia a sing*r of more
than ordinary ability, ia of a religious na
! tare and hit conversation with me in
' jail through ten long days and nights
' such that led me to think that
' with right influences, he would be one of
the beft ot men. He suDg some oi the
! ; immortal hymr>9 of Charles Wesley with a
, wonderful pa'ho«, and while streaming
f : tears were ppn»kiDg wi»h the eloquence
I *h»T onlv tears cao. "Jçsub, Lover ot My
.1 Soul" seemed always to cheer him, for he
' snid every word seemed like the language
' of bis own prayer, whiie the hymn intitled,
' ' Oh, for a Closer Waik With God," would
i remind him of earlier experience and start
( me tears bfresh
The trial will soon be on. and I believe
it is true that. the ciriz-ns of Marion want
1 troth and jus'ice only, and that no make
> shift or suoterfuge will be allowed.
Manninotox, W. Va.
PAKKKKatU'KG.
Experimenting Ou üraia Tile Manufac
ture—Notes.
Special to the Rff/iiter.
' PARKEKSbtjii:, December 8—Captain
James Copen, who bas beeu manufacturing
> brick for over a q iarter cf a oentury in
> : this citv mude last year one million brick.
' From January 1st to November 1st he sold
" 700,000. He expects to increase his ca
pacity, and next year will manufacture on
a more extensive scale. The Captain in
* formed your correspondent that
- he has during tbe past
' year been experimenting in the
' drain tile manufacture, and that hip efforts
' Lave been quite successful. The opinion
■ of Senator Camden and others who have
' çiven the matter personal atteution, ia that
1 the experiment is a success aud the tile
; fully up to the standard of other mauufac
" turere.
' j The remains of John E Fairohild, the
1 i brother-in-law of ilr. W. E. Carry, were
aent today to his parents ia Indiana. The
1 : deceased came here a short time ago for
* ; the benefit of his health, but grew worse.
" i until death ended his suturing*, yesterday
J E Jitor Gallagher of the St JMarya Oracle,
I was here last night, as was also Gas. Camp
' bell, proïecutirjr attorney of Peasants
county. Gus. has just returned from
j Roane county whore he ha» been attend
r ' irg ^îruuii v/uuri.
I A. J. Slaven, of the fitted Emma Gra
| ham, ia in the city to-day.
* I Capt. E. S. IIo»e, who has been out for
, several weeks in the interest of the Coai
t tpfrrcial Oil k Soap Co . hna
- j IMK1».
I BROSN—At laie We'r, Fîorila, December 8,
I j Biuntos 1'. Hkoun, M. U , of Cleveland, Ohio.
LADIES
ARE DEL'OHfED WITH CUB NEW PRF
paraiion,
'iROsc Cream,
f 1
For rhapped Han«)*, Fongh SWn ai.J Sore
Lip«. Pile*, 10 r«nta per bottle, at
i lï. II. List's Druy; Store, J
• ü.-fj tmo MAIM STREEr. I
BEAUTIFUL
i BRIDAL PRESENTS
3 '
W>- h«vo ju^t op- n^j our uo«- imputation rf Art
1 ! (i<Kd*for h>me irtworaung. which we would be
' pi-a«(d to -bow o ail >vhi> will favor us with a rail.
\\'earo iO'i!id?nt w-'iau tho<r the îiù yt Mitt.aicu
g we have bv r hid of
s Koj&l Wopfcsier, (rowa Derltj,
HUNGARIAN \ FitENCU CHINA VASE^,
vi«qae Figarc«. ürorz) Figure», Bims, Pitchers,
<"aiiii*labr.<«, I'ras» mi t Ko.my iedobii», Teb'es,
Sconctaand Mirrors. For nke Brutal l'retentiwe
think wo mu p.'tmi- th® nioat fastidious. trop ia
«ml oxuuiiuu uiiî ne# gwJs v. bethr r jan wi*h lo
t Ii y ur nut
« I. G . 13I3L.JL.03V
jlt7 JEWELER.
—HEADQUARTERS FOR
: HOLIDAY GOODS!
The Larjtït -:to.k an«! Wr a'eM
Variety of
I New aiiii Elegant Goods,
f I For «'.le at pik-»« tocu't the tlims. lbs puhli
, I art? rcsptetuily invited tocail aid examine
t oi'r stock.
: Jos. Graves & Son,
I i'r("i g(i IWtXf/H STRKEf.
i SfQ&KStt0 BUILDING LOT FOB SALE
— 1 U ILL SELL —
I
Ten share* Peatiody insurance >-u>ek.
Twenty-Are blutre* l'eop eV Bank Stock.
I t>ne buililipj lot ou toff street, between
> 'Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
Tho*. O'Bvlon,
T. lpphone No. <75. dec3
ASK YOUR GROCER
For Wh<eiing Bake\v ConipfUj's
FIRST PREMIUM BREAD,
t'au-Cnke Flour,
N*lé-Rising Buckwheat, and
F-vtr* S«;d.» Clracker»
—ALWVYSTHK TEST—
HHCTUHG BAKERY CO. |
IK-:; «h 1230 MAhKtlT STREET.
BAZAAR AND SUPPER |
(r4M'ikia)ii:i Hall. I
1 The lad lei of the FiK'T I'REsBYTE.tlArt
CMUKCK otll have a Bazaar and Supper, at tier
THURSDAY, DiC'iMBER 10. 1885,
From ~>x2 o'c'o S p. a:, until S o'clock.
i DonutUc and Fttcy Apn»ts md Dai!« will ie
; specialties. A lUjeatt)bd&£C! »txpecud.
A lataion, lOcente. gopper, S5 cent*.
Jw' r • RXKCUT'VE OOM4CTTEE.
TO H ' >J ViT^OTJit lhC«»y
,1 ne
j y}_
t»?B« liable Hr m Ij 'or LurerCunplamuandtuscauaed
. by i itt!n:!C«l or t rmd r»n.titK»s &i SU« 1.1 v< r, a* Dr»
I MM9, C'"ii»ti;vitvn. Bùiomwaji, JihiimU««, Hciètcn«.
. M#!ai a. liSfiu«T. t \. i'r- !: !»,•:. Ixrvolj, jurt.
, "ie-*th» !>'•«>'. '1 •• «• .< m. i.-- «•« rir *«»■ a
; AN IÏ-TAIUABLE FAMILY .MEDICîXB.
rncusondso* t#9timonin!9 prove itt merit.
AVÏ 1)B!-Ulilsl ""'LLIUl ».>L 1rs HU'ÛTlTIOÏ
Notico. *
WuKKLiMi, W. Va.. November 30, lff-5.
T HAVE mis l'A Y APPOINTED AU THON Y
i H.SHKE ;is my g;-n: t>i«rr/ en and tricact 'or
! rus th*> lu»ia; s: o! yocer o.i Marke' s:reet In the
SLx:h «ar.1 >■! il e dtr of Wheel n?.
del» C. FI-RER.
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR.
TfcN E4UKELS OF FINE
Clarified Orleans Sugar,
VE6Y SWEET, AT
R. J. SMYTH'S.
-ALSO 600 B16HKL3 OF FINE—
EARLY ROSE &Büd8ANK POTATOES
-AT
R. J- SMYTH'S.
deçà Cor. Market mi«l VonrtrrlhSt«.
"WEATHER STRIP!
New Supply of the celebrated Felt and
Gum Weatier Strip, just received by
£3. X*. NICOLL,
no21 McLaro House Art Stör«.
«>« âov(*Titi>MiiiTa.
FOR REüT-A PLEAS Alf"» LY FORN ISTTED
room, g** lad Ore ia afa<nily of '»o, Also,
1*0 uofarcUned room» suitable (or light house
keeping. No 1210 By roa I reet. dreier
L08T — PATOBDAY AFTEBNOON, GOLD
Klug, ruby set la five diamonds, valued ss
keepsake. Return to Academy of Music atd-nit
ab)« reward will be paid. MKs. CHAs. 8 dAY.
dec9q
VIVANTS BOYS, WITH 51000 CASH
?V ccrlty, to act as news ageo's on B A O. B.
B «ppiy CMoa hEV/S Co., B. & u. depot.
dccStf •_
WAN TED-A MAN* Of TKMPEB I rE A
ix» ral habit*. w«»»lng employment, to repre
•ent an obi >>tabli'hed bouse lu bis own section.
t*alsry to I eiin S"t> per month. Hefere-ces ex
acied at«i given t>AÏ ÜKua, 16 Barclay Ptre»t
New ïor». de7oaw,rb
K» OM<* #ND BO A KD; A180 DAV BOARD
fetjqalr- at Jon* Hoemu's eupet and wal
p«per .ti.re. Hoi. *019 and 2>rtl Maia sucet.
utcCtea «
1100M8 AND BOARD; AL80 DAY BOABD
1\ 2125 Chapllne street. polTh
Board and booms at mrs. h. h. por
ier'a, Corner Fourteenth and Chapllne street»
au8h
STEADY AN'D PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT
iriventoa few good men- Aodress, ANGUS,
GATRELL A CO., Odd Fellows' Building, Wheel.
iog, W. Va. pH»
"TIT"ANTED—Youcg ladles at home to coloi
y V Photographs lor na by a new process ; no In
itmctions to buy ; fascinating employment; worl
can be mailed anywhere fi.00 to $2 per day car
be made. Particulars mailed wltb a »ample cabi
net Photograph, htautifuiiT colored, lor four centa
Address HOME CO., P. O. Box, lyif, Boston, Mars
no2
Stockholders' Meeting.
A MEETING OF THE STOCK AOL DEBS Or
the Wheeling Roller Kiisk Association wli
be held at the Noith Eni Rink on Thursday eren
lug. December 10, 188."«, at 7:30 »'clock, to reoeivi
•tatementa aud to transact surh other knsicecs ai
may lawfully come before the meeting.
By order of the Board of Directors.
JOHN B. GARDEN,
Do2tlAdel0 Secretary.
O PABER1BS,
O • TBSDEBLOIN,
BACKBONES,
SAUSAGE MEAT, Ac.
TO-DAY, at
1>. C. LIST, JK.'S,
U024q 28 Fourteenth Strict
> IJTS! ^ FTS!
"YJ"UT;3 OF ALL DESCRIPTION, FEKSII
good and cb ap, at
H. F. Boliron's,
STORES: 2217-19 MARKEI ST.,
dw9 3C01 JACOB STREET.
GOLD AND SILVER HEADED
SILK UMBRELLAS!
In Large Vailety Kt Iho STAR.
I>. GUNDLING & CO.,
de» JO SS TWELFTH STREET
—CHOICE PIECES—
VIENNA CHINA
For Wedding or Auniveisary Oilt.».
EIWINO BROS,
decl'J Market St., o|>p. McLure House.
PALACE COAL VASES'
PALOR FIRE SETS!
PARLOR FEHDERS
Large**. 8iock and Ioweat Prices in the city.
('*11 and see them at
KTostoltt cto Bro.'s
d»cO 1312 MARKET OTP.EEI\
HOLIDAY GOODS !
& LAKliK AND ELLolM LINK 01
fancy Goods For Christmas Presents
New ready for insfcolion. Please tail nod
examine- before purchasing elsewhere.
Jolin Friodol,
<1*10 113« MAIN rtTUEET.
THE GILBERT PIANOS!
It teat Improvement!. All , OctartB.
An old established make of Plaue«.
Modsrate Priced. Superbly Finished,
Warranted to Olve Satisfaction.
Sold ou easy monthly pay meat», and cheaply
for Cash.
An Ei^'ht Year Guarantee,
Call and examine them before you hoy
el»« where.
WM. H. SHülB, Soie Âgent,
."53 Twelfth Street, under Acadamy of Musir
dec ID
DIARIES FOR I88S.
We Lava received cur usual full a>sorî
uiont of
STANDARD DIARIES
IN AIL ST Y IKS.
PHYSICIANS' DIARIES
()I all Leading Publish err.
Stanton & Davenport,
Jed» 1301 Mnrlx.ot St.
JUST THE THING
çhr\s*mas "r£sentj
13 ONE er ".HS
PRETTY CHAIRS QB TABLES
NVe are now shoeing. W« h&Ti? aisi a reiy
Urge s'O t ol
Cabinet?, Mantol Cabinets,
Mantel Mirrors, Farcy Foot Rests
Foot Stoois. Hassocks,
And tuasy other faccy irlicUs taUabie (or Holi
day Presaatf. Oimc in and see wr.it we h»Te be
fore «electing a prisent lor your frttnd.
G. Mendel & Co,
11Q 4 MAIN ST.
decio
UNPARALLELED OFFER]
DEMOREST'S ~i~
THE BESl ,
. Of all the Magazines.
r?ONTAIf;ING Stories. Poem» and other Lif
^ erary extractions. combining Artistic, Scien
tific and 'Household matters.
Illustrated teith Original Steel Engrar
<»»{7«. 1'hotogramre*. Oil Picture* and
fine Woodcuts, malcina it the Model
Mmiazine of Atncrica.
We propose to give considerable attention to the
Grand V rohlbltloa Party movement asocecftheccst
import» ot and live moral isiaee of the (Say.
ticA oopr of " Demorcel's Monthly Magaziae " coa
ta!Ti s A Ccupoa Order. entitling the holder to the selec
tion Of a_iy pattern Illustaeted Jo the fashion depart
ment \n that nnm Jer. in any of the sires manufactured.
Seorl t ventT centa for the correct number wrtb pat
tern C.otpon sad you will certainly fiabicnbeTwoDoJ
larsborayearaadgrttenttaesltsTniue. [Vol. S,:«]
W. Jennings Deforest, Publisher, 17 E. Kth St.. NX
d*7a,ef*a
dry goods.
I We have rcdaoed the entire Stojk. m times are hard, and we want everybody lo be able to
buy a öEKVICBaBlE
CHRISTMAS PRESENT;
I ^
At the New Dry Goods Store, 1
NO. 1104 MAIN STREET.
We will roll yo» TWFNTT-FIVK PERCENT. LÄV7EB tVan yon are ab.e buy to them at any
other houM In the city. No humbug! fo accumu!»tfd old stock, nor damaged goods, ujr second
quaii ies of goods. Only firs-class are «old on oar counters. We wiil giTe jou:
21 yard« of H'earhrd and I'nbleaehed Mnslfn for - « - gl 00 .
SI yard» «1 «Huloii Flnnue*! for - - - • • 1 OO i
1« > arils of good Toweling for . • • - • • • - 50 1
2 l.X y nrd» of"lubie Cloth, all linen, for - • - . AO H
HO yarilii of goxd tiiiighnui for - l(Hi '
lo yard* ol" good Ao»tri«-an Cashmere - • « - 1 OO
lu yard» of VonOte.Hldth lanhiuere
Cloths, all woll, 50c, worth 75c; also, all qualities in Ladies All-Wool Tricots;
Velvets; best Press Silke, in all colors. À fine line in Shawls, Blankets. Comforts, and
a ereat line of Ladies' and Children's Wraps. An immeiiee stock of Underwear and
Hoeierj, and a thousand other articles too numerous to'mention. We invite all to!
examine our goods. Very respectfully,
L. METZ,
IVO. 1104 Main Street.
EXTRA I
'bargains
iFOR THE
HOLIDAYS.
From To-Day Till Jan, 1st
Wo will otter Extra bargains iu ;
c<
24 inch Black Silk, worth j
5i-75. for
22 inch Bonne Silk, worth
$1 62^21 for $1.25.
Satin de Lyons,worth $ j .50
lor $[.20.
Brocade Silk Velvets, worth
$3x0 for $2.25.
CLOAKS!
By a special arrangement
with a large manufacturer we
' are enabled to sell Clonks at !
! a very ..." . * }
! LOW FIGUKE
1 It will pay you to examine
■ J cur Stock and Prices.
I A splendid line ot Goods
j suitable for
Holiday Presents!
Just Opt-ned.
. -
We are still selling ali do-1
m es tic
DRY GOODS
At Factory Prices.
Don't iail to come. We are
giving our customers
'
REAL BARGAINS
In anything in our line.
ISTONE & THOMAS,
1030 Mc-tln St.
rie?
'RAMBAND'S RUSSIA,}
THE BLOOD COVENANT, Trumbull,
ICfliaioiiH Thought I n Britain,flor
ins «Iii' IîMIi ('cniin-,T. liilloch, I
jr. B. WILSON'S,
NO. 1SC8 MAEEET BTÜKET.
; COAL!
[he Manchester Coal Co.,
I
Taka pV» sure tn Informing their ctntomen and
th»- public R«iera)iy that in* y hare an abund&r.t
.<upj1y of th« very Vest quality of ilejn *r.d Wet
t txv'., *hich they will deUrer at the «Id price.
Cl«>an Coal ^7 Conta.
Nut Cor» I <J Cent*.
Orfeia left at tb« ofîio», ooirer Market and Four
teenth Mroet*, will r.»ceiv« prompt attention.
1*. .T. SMYTH, Sco'y
Ttlejihare Ko. <91. ocr/&Adh
GLOVES
In rn.ilsaa Variety.
KID GLOVES, CASTOR GLOVES,
Driring Glorea, Walking Glore«, fcilt Gore«
Far Top Glomes, L!»!e Thread «»lore»,
Silk Mitta, Wool Mil ta,
LEATHER 3I1TTS,
And in iict Glore» to tni: everybody in Btyle and
Price.
THOMAS HUGHES & CO.
1211 MARE KT STBKET. no7
FIRE CRACKERS !
Fire Hundred Bosea Fir» Cracker« Jost Bxelred
for the
Holiday Trade.
FOR SILK BT
G-. S. F1DENY,
B0l7 1410 MAIN STREET.
Notice to Justices.
JT ustic?es' Blanks,
EXEMPTION BLAMS, ETC,,
FOB SALE AT
» REGISTER COUNTING ROOM.
GRAIMD SALE
REDUCED PRICES,
$60,ODO Worlh «f Ms
Ol Lnnù.Jfttd in order'tc-Jreduce
Block wu will'offer'cnr
(icods at
Ü3jPER CK NX
LESS than REGULAR PRICES^
Roods Cbargfd as usual. C'ail
Early for tie
Best Bargains Season
SALE COMMENCING
DECF^LBER 1.
Ladies. Attention.
rpHK ONI)EBi?I(JNEU BKGH TO AHÏÏOUKCB
X th«t she hu added
BTAMPING
To her milUcory bualnee*. I have the Largest
AftMortmcnt ol tboFineat Patterns tobe found
any wbMi'. tMltf« are in\itrJ to call and too them.
Nev (Jeeijni » 111 ccnatMn 'j bo added to mr itotfc,
Tiianklnu all for piut faror* 1 bono to ment yoor
(ontinubd patronage. MldS EMMA CAKNKV,
lfiSh Main strikt. \<y)M:llnK. W. va.
ORANGEN !
—TWfxtr-rm toxEjm*
FLORIDA ORANGES,
wam*iyTKD mtut, bt
N. SCHULZ,
no2i The Market Mmt Corfecti<iccr_
I THE WONDERFUL
LUBUR6 EM; !
Library, Smnkiwr. Brctiilifi
LUi4lB(alid ('hair toinbiKd.
_ *30 CHANCES. Prfc*,»7
a* -J aad up. Head otunp tar CaUiaruai
IVBThlo rro co m v. stETc. rsSSTfE
FOR SALE.
FOB 8ALK aHEFFTEI DTKRKE-WHREUD
Velocipede Oar. Um here lc dm bnt • ihe> t
Ime. Call mtor aci dress thta offloe. apSSb
For sprite or Kent. ■
pHE FINE RESIDENCE ON THE NOBTH
Kst corner of Twelfth and Eoff street*. It will
ooB'arel for rest by the month, (the. rent psy
ble monthly in alvance.) Upstairs and down
tairs will be rented separately if desired and put
1 toororgh repair. JA8 I~ HHVLtV,
del 1480 Mms Street.
For Nnle.
A TBACTOF VALfARLB LAND 0» CHAP
t\. Una Hill, within the city Umlta.
CONTAINS THIRTY-TWO ACRES,
'he lard 1» well, is rich and easily culurated. It
ro'ild make a good markst garden or be dlrided Into
esirah e buüaing lovs.
For price and terms apply to
WU.LIAM CARNEY,
Administrator for Estate of Jas. Carney,
u3b No. 2406 Market streat
A.
rort sale.
T No. 1430 MARKST 8TKET, ONE PL4T
form Spring Wagon, with a top, suitable for
ipoetry delivery wagjnn also, thre« spring, one
r two horse wagon, no top, made for undertaking
tusincta. 1 hive Second-4iaud Top and no Top
Juggi«s, also oae new Buck Wagon.
noltb BOBEBT LIKE.
Commissioner's Sale. .
Al-raui Wilson J lu the Circuit Court oi Ohio
vr. - County.
; .sscll Bane, et al. J In oha»iéery.
FlKsl AST TO A PECBEE ENTERED IN
the above entitled cause on the 10th day ol
Jctober, 1SS.'i, I will soli at public »notion at the
ront door of the ( ourt House ef Ohio county, on
Saturday, December f "th, 1X85,
•ommencing at 10o'clock a m.. the following dé
crit-ed real estate and interest therein, to-wit: The
individed twen.y one hundred and fifty-fifths
•J0-15.M of the life estate of Ciscelia Wells, widow
>1 Jesje Wells, deceased, in a tract ol laud contain
Dg I bint tuo hundred aud twenty IJ2U) aires, sit
late on the '«.itersof !»bort v rook, In Richland dis
riot, in said ' >bio county, and adjoining lands ol
A.J Wilson, McK.e, Jstues Wiisou, Wil
la'ii Atkinson, Robert Trimble. and others, ar.d
ttiowti is the "Jesse Wells tarm. ' Also tho unOi
rided t vonty cue hundred snd tifty-tifths rJo-l.W
interest in tiie al«ovc des. rifci^i tr.ii t'of land subject
;n the lite e«tateoi saiil Ciscelia Walls therein.
Tf.rms ok f u K.-«>ne-thlrd of the pttrcha«
money and as much more as the purchaser tus;
?!ect to pay in cash. and the residue in two »njual
inuitsi payments, with interest from the day cl
aie, the purchaser to give his not*» with personal
■courity, l> be approved by the Cow missioner, foi
ihe deterred payments, and the title to be retained
iUtil the pa>ment of tho purchase money in full.
I. F. JON ta,
f-'jieoial Commissioner.
1 hor. b; rtüv that l-ocd lias l*en given by th<
ibove named special Commissioner as required bj
he said dtcree.
notlai JOHN W. MITCUi l.L. Clork.
Commissioner's Sale.
H Y VIBTIJK OF A DfCRRK MA OK ANI
entered t>y the i irçuit Coût ol Ohio county
W«'St \ ir;ii !«, on the tth day ol (.»ctoUr, 1SÜ», it
a c»ure In « hamery trerun pending wherein Curtli
F. Uro«», administrator ol the estate o! Wllilan
Fear, deemed. Is pialntiil and tarab Feay an«
Dt her* are crf< ndauts, the undersigned specla
commissioner «ill, ott
KATUKUAV. NOVEMBER 38th, 188.'.,
commencing ni 10 o'clock a. m , sell at public ane
con, on the premise*, to the hinkest and beat bid
der, tbe lolloping d. s< rli>ed real »state, thAt la t<
say: lot nnuitiT threes) of Whet ham'» surrej
of the old I r.iy îh. tu, *blr h lot Is hounded and de
sc ri bei! a» fol.'osa: iirgluiil: g beecb, cort.«
to the first and second iu:s or tract.«, tnenco soutl
aU west >;s poles to ao tpple trees thence S iuth 44
west lit |.o i .■» *c«>a the rnn and road ; thence dowi
the raid north 26'west 'M |«les near an elm
i bet ce north 851 east Vti («le»; thtnee north 61
wt-s' »1 («ölt«; thencv :i'> (Mt 11 poi«s to the linen
John Kiafctne'a heirs; thence nlong the tmkine'
Hue south 6«.' , wt Id the second trait; tbev-o
with th'linool tboec*>nd tra«t soulh in m&\ i
poles ; thence tot th is »est 14 1-10 poles to tbi
place el Wglnnln?. anil containing thirty acre
more or Use, and lielngihe same land which «h
cont't 111 to the said William Feaj by Jtllct Fe«]
hy oeeJ dated the 9th ilsy of I>ect tn»>er 1 am
recorded in the« Urk's oitieeof the County Cour
tri Ohlot.unty, SVest Virginia. Haid laud Ilea m
Middle \\ heeling creek, In Ohio oounty, West Vir
gitiia, »< i join I rij.* laud» of John Krsklne's heirs am
oi her«.
'1 MtM*" OF FALI.' <>n«-ba'f In rahon dayo
sale, and a« mnch more as the purchaser lusy de
sire, ! 'in balance In one jear with IntercM, tb<
piireha'Kr gir.flg h>« rotes with frnod security loi
nurh deferred payment, and the tltfe to »aid lam
to t>e retained until t!.e puichaae money shall haw
been paid lu lull. C. F. HliOWN,
Special Commissi n ue»,
I hereby certify that bona with good si>pi*rlt
has been given by the «lune named Com
mlssloncrs as re-iuued by law.
x23i JOHN W. MITClJ5LL,CleTk.
The above »ale li»s teen postpone«! until Thürs
day, December JO, i88.'>. I-ale to like place en th
premises. C. f. ÜKOWN,
no'i Special • cmmi-Mom r
Public Sale of Roal Properly.
nv viRTut of tuf. authority vr.sr
pii in tne hy a decrtr In the Municipal tour
ol U heeling, ei.tf red <n th« '.'Uli day ol ortobai
15-S. In the suit Iii cin.n< it therein pending, h
which Indiana Kinghorn is platniitt t.ml Fll/ahetl
Kin^ho n and other* are defendants, 1 will, on
8ATUKOAY, DKCF.MIIEK 18, iHHP,
si ll at th« Iront door of the Court lionne, ol Ohl
comity, the 'ullowlng dia< 01*4 real pioperty, th«
is to say 1 he full «a»tcrn third ol lot numbero
!#9, fronting on the north sideol * IgMeenth (for
merly «lay) street, in ibet part ol the city c
»viaellng, known as Fast M heeling, said third par
being hounilt l n» foilo»s: licglaning at a pmtii li
the foulhern line of Mild lot on Kignteentl
street just one-tlii d o! tna breadth ol sal
lot from the southeast conter thereof ; th. nc
tr raldcormr; thence north*ardly along the ras
ilna of laid lot to the noithe.iHl corner: these
westfa'dly alung th<) north lino of sa'.d lot, t ne
third of the breadth th' reof ; thenre In a stralgh
line to the lieiçlntiltig, h. ing ihe same propf rt;
whUh was conveyed to the said Oeorgn Ktnghon
hv Ham y hail and wtlj hy dc«d dated April)
1&.9.
Ä'..n-!s «'F Sat.B—Orif-lhird of the purrtr^
money, or so rou h more thereof as the pureFa.nf
may elect, cash in hand on the d«y ol saJv, an
the re nainder In two «qusl Instalments, patabl
reipeothdy in one and two jears from the day.
(aie, with intenst Irom that day, the title Leln
retained ontll the payment ol thedelerre«t Instal
merits, and the pu tri: < ser causing the bull Ingo
the property to !>• Insurnl in s«<nte insnrann
lompatiy in «elected by me, (or tbe uni of on
thonsarui'tollars i r mote for the lunher seenrln
of the payaient of th- said delarrcd lmiaimenti
the loss niidei the po'ler t*ing made nayshlo t
me. HKNKï M KlIS.Stl.L,
>petial Co&ii'il.slon/r.
W. H. il A I.M.K. Auctioneer,
I hereby certify that Uiod with snftlrlr-nt s«
cuilty h.s tenngirm hy lis*) said special lom
mlssioner as r« quind hv •aid dtcree.
OI»en undei my hand »hi» IC'h day of N'ovea
ber, 183». THOMAS M. 1>ÂttHAII,
Clerk of il.o Mi.iiiclpal' ouït ol Whirling.
nolAi
ALL NEW STOCK !
PARLOR
SUITS!
I»u*t I'ntgr» an<i New '•bade* of CoTPilnjf.
Bed Room Sets !
The Largmt A**>r<m wit Id tbftcitf, and rII
fc'ty le* If H in*
Manufanori««.
Sideboards, Hall Racks, Book Casee
Secretaries, Mantel Cabinets,
Mirrors, Rattan Rocking
Chairs, &c.,
wcrr be «usa to t* /ii'inuiip,
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum,
Oli Cotta, Win« o* -hu«, bior Mat», Ot o
rcaoa Ac, W* InTlti so lr.ar-r' uon of
Oar b*w Uood*,
FREW & BERTSCHY,
1117 Main St.
ncl7A4«a
BERNARD L. BUTCHER,
AUorifj -at-Lair tn<{ Roal Eatate Agtni,
1308 Market St., Upstairs,
WHEELING, W. XA.
CciJwtiona «><1 reai «taw bnainca* attend«! to if
my par*, of t he Hl at». arpl 1
A BARREL OF CANDY
—roa a—
DOLLAR !
-AT
BURST'S.
«tl|
_AWU«we*T8.
OPËRAjHOrsîT
ONE NIGHT OHL Y,
Thursday, December to, »g§.
TboFlowt and B«t ot all Fwae-Cg^.
mounted by • «p-dsl wr-lotj 9! » VfT
— —
SOAP BUBBLE!
PÄt'-KST'ir
The Talented Comedians ami
Favorites.
Baker & Farron
Aid their l'nexcelied Comeij C&.
»»■Pri.«t. 05 »D't "S WBI*. twwïHi
Seata on nlo »I kauin«'» luiir, ni» la-yj,,
Decent*r ?.
OPERAllOl'SE.
Friday Evening. December II. !S8;
TONY DENItü'S
i pantomime
- AS !•—
Specialty tan
Clown of all Clowns. C.W Favel
And introùurirg T«»rr 1 .r« ..«•,•
IllOlfJ'J. '. I i.l « , I-,
THE WI1.I3 W|>T
UfVtTY L)l MPT> A M.I*
OR, Bl »TAU» Bp I 1 l T M » .
Ol'KB&TIC OU' HLSTKA .vu \\i\
t j Ailn.i-tioii •! and it \ ,
Rtsorrrd S.»!» NiU.of . v. U T .
11 Dwfibwr ». at BaumrrV • >
oi'EiiA norsK.
j SATURDAY, DEC. 12
AM'
; Saturday Mium,,,
; j 1 h« Urr«lMl -.1 u .
FROM OCEAN' ™ OCEAN
1
Prom the Pacific tu (lie A1 ar'.
; ' Tmupbal Tour of 1I1« Wniniit.i i 1 ,, ...
W.LShenbi
I
s»»p|..»rtrd l»y M if.
LOUISE DÄVFJPPHT,
Ainl u Hi.j'.r I'rCVii >.
SATI'RDA V I.VI
ijl^OXJIS „VI.
M ATI NI-!:,
:|IlVOrO]VL^Ii!
ADMI8HION—NIjiIh. "• *: J .».mi. . mji
, j charge lor r<*rrvt<i a»-ai> » 1 « • .
I rvacrved aattt, 7% mi'a <- • »au all
' Thuradav, I I«»
OP EH A IIOI^K.
li ONK NMillT ONH
j MoikIii.v Kvi'm ix* I«
DANIEL FROHMAN
i In ) atij Krlaaro • *<i>* « . 1 ' ')
May Blossom
i
With t»i* «II J K *
GEORGIA CAYVAH,
A lid tL» |.oj>a!at • "U • 1
IBEN. MA(»IN
AO'I ctbn iii«mii-1« «>l II •• 1 ' '
in ibfelr •». Ig'n»l roi»* a» 1 '
Item untrr Mr ► rnti; »' • '
•,«iaiD! 'I* BK-nlt« >1
Ihn M»<H' 'S"!"'
'I tu
|NI FEKIIMES^Ü A llH.il*
w idBl/aixii, ai.'i ' '
tor rctetrfd trau "»l" > ' '
uro a 7 IV «•!«►•« r 1'.'
C2IIA 12 I»lt< ^ ^ "
ACADEMY Cr ü®.
j Wheeling's Popular rami;/ ir-d.ir
Tilt If.*,Il «I >< . »• \ .il . ;
Com ni "Bring I MOMMY. CEC. H
h. x trifcr.r.ll r I rvt - i •» 1 <
SUN'S GOHûi'îATi'ON.
In lh« K»* ► >■«« I».
THE YELLOW D»ASF.
A Moi.' ter • !*r >&■
4— 1 ht »■"."< • rrf
A < ar Jj • I o; I • ■ "1
W»rdrcb«»ei Trsrr • 'ir»i * ir <• "
» «Ii III Ii I« 'I';
7JIK GBHATi-Ï <■-. i *Kf«
family M;iil»«»-« « iin» •*! • > •» *niuf4*|*
Pf©pl#-'i I'opjUr :•</»• 1 '
resta. ltotlMM, IC, r,'»
r(ilil«llbo«lrilii>liirr >•
»my Ij t offi'p fri/bi 1' > Ui ' )•
NEXT
"IWiW
;0 1»
COMMON SESSf
• 1« THE KITCHEfc'f
I* Hr. Moll, of .\f w 1 ark. !■ J ■
j n"tuhrt of fft.g* tor *r<uif »•«-<•>■•>
! *»"*»1 mail1 niilt tÊrtn üili«
I'outlerh. In nrry in run»»- l*r
lONl iip|iefif«-, *!«•*» rn.l. »►.<*
M#me «lied. «I dl«, k/fitf Km* ^
j fipif ollier do?« an bn nil niHifr «i'*
I pore Tartar Km Lins: l'outltr, »"i
1 no inJury to a;»pfft(*- or braltk»
I ü. Ihr nient 41um in Ifr«** '•
prohibited by Invt In *«»wi* nta***
j 'h chiim* ft ha« been limn 11»!»!1''
I lifaJlb.
*• Nom* pro fir bay 4 lor«» R**'
: Inf l'omdrr* b*cau*r II") Brf
ebeap! !«lfr«xt eronoiijt rfcf'"
tO «IUP M ff-» fH linfi*
foundation for (|| henflli a»«*
lor'* bill m later on ?
Von are on tiie Mite »i»l* l* ■*,r
LOGAN, LIST & CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Pmto!
H'bleh Con (ai un no ItfH "
other Itijmrloun Ingredient' .
Hee that oar adiirnw I*
»»ox or label. Add renn oll *r<lm •«
LOGAN c*5 CO..
i*r»prl«tor» »nd JKanofac ti r»r*_
Hniii—» to Lcpm, Lbt à Co., w*
■» • —•
ftp ACMLt Ç "« cat a»
ntArluv os« •!» '"'L,!*»
II Jtort. ïr»*!«t by »'*t if Ike
1/ of IIm <»ijr wit* »o UtrCt. Wf'i *
tfcrc« monife*, *a4 ilar» u.»o i"*"*
tj Mm* a flAlB, I rip& •"!'rîTÏ»"
fcca« lr'i'9«iit. Althen 1. lTr*0*'*L
IM* Ä, I*f York av.

xml | txt