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WEST VIRGINIA PRMTiNG CO.,
PVBLLMIBRS AND PaOPBirTOBS. j
JAS. B. TANEY, liLVUUL VIanaob*.
TERMS.
PBB YBAB, BY MAIL. POST AO B PRBPAID.
DAILY, six dav» in the wwk 18 00
DAILY, thiw Jay* in th« xr^k 4 00
DAILY, two day* iu th« week — S 00
DAILY, one day tnthe week 1 SO
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.
DAILY, per week to be paid weekly 16
DAILY and SUNDAY per week IS
The Daily wtll be delivered by carrier in
any other city or town — .....—„ 15
SINGLE COPIlöor DAILY OR W EEKLY— 5
ORBBSFOSPBSC* CONTAINING IMPORTANT
MSWt SOLICIT BD FBo* EVERY PART OP TUB »CB
BOCSDING COCXTBY.
THE REGISTER, nmbructn# it» arverai editisu,
is enured at the Mjrftgkv fc IVVr^ay, W. Fa.*, <u
Bwwwdctow matttr.
~~ 1)KM OCRATkTTICKET.
FOR CUNGBKW.
JOHN BRAN NON.
in Lewis«.
hoi sk or delegates.
J. J. WOODS,
T. S. RILEY.
C. J. ULEASON,
A. D. GARDEN.
8TATK SENATORIAL CONVENTION.
Thirteenth Distbict—Berkeley Springs, Sep
tem l>er :Mh.
(• EN. (îoFf has been studying Shak«*
peare, and he calls on Ca Kr. IK »YEN ER
ami cries, "Help lue, Cassins. or I sink!*'
W.U. McClcsu and John M. Siy
]>ENsTKlKkk have been nominate«! lor the
House ui° Delt^atet by the lVmocrats ot
Creeu brier county:
The M<irti**b«rg Herttld last week issued
a Sue illustrated trade edition. Such en
terprise is commendable and does credit
to West Virginia jountallsni.
This and that —Camden building rail
roads in Wood, Jarkson, Masou, Harrison,
Lewi*, and I'i>sliur, and UotV reaping his
auuual tribute of bonded interest front the
labor of the people.
Ain't it funny to see ScWE and Covv
deu carrying around the lut and implor
ing the country {teople for contributions,
4'however small," to enable the republi
cans here to bribe themselves to vote for
tioKK? ^
Kaitino with .«prat* to catch salmon. !
Ootï lias g«»d. nice won Is, wrapped up in
perfumery ami Ikiwers tV»r everything ami
everybody. even lor a temperance leader,
and a rollicking frolicker. Hut where has
he by good, honest, patriotic deeds added
to the material development of the State?
What has he done to promote enterprise
ami give employment to lalwr? What has
he doue to make men self-sustaining, .nul
help them to sustain themselves. Fine \
words, coupons, and intérêt on Itouds do
not materially help humanity.
TIIK PRINTER* WALK OIT. '
The parties who are attempting to
blackmail the daily newspapers ot" the |
city are using as an argument that while
the business of the newspapers has been
largely increased in the past ten years,
the expense of conducting theui luw not
materially increased. To enlighten the !
public on the subject we publish au ab
stract from our pay roll for type setting
for the four weeks commencing with the ;
week eiidiug ou the Ht h day ot Sep
temlter and euding with the
!*h of October, 1 *7."», and for
four weeks commencing with the week
ending August 7 and ending w ith the ^th I
»lay of August H*»;. lor comparison. It
w ill be seen by comparing the tables that
the expense of setting the type alone has
been increased nearly $lli>.UU |*t week.
All, or uearly all, other expenses have1
been proportionately increased and in fact
some of the expenses iu astillgreater ratio.
The tigurescan l>e veritied by the Compo
sition liook of tile Register, and we fe el
»ale iu resting our case with au intelligent
public on this point.
TV PK SKTTINtS.
For four weeks, commencing the week
endiug Septemlier IS, li^7.">:
Kir»t wwk St*"» Tï
SfiiHHt #rck lit'» »•
Thinl week. 1JC. 41
Fourth week U'1 -12
Total MW JD
For the four weeks commencing with
the week ending August 7, !!*■*»:
First week $21:*. St
See»mil week J4J t>s
Third week TU
Fourth week...» » 3(i »
Total „.lyTJ ,**»
Or nearly double the cost of setting the
typ« for the ] ta per iu 1 -Of».
IlFMtH RAIS AM) OKMtH RATS.
The Democrat* ot'West Virginia are at
a raie noted for their political stamina and
and their zeal for the success of their party
and its principles.
Hut there are in West Virginia, two
classes of men who profess allegiance to the
Itemoeratic party, yet whose actions are
inconsistent with their professions
and do injury to the party
Oue of these is the "J-told-you-so" class.
Instead of using every etTert to enhance
the interests of their party, they are stand
ing aside decrying and belittling the el
fort* of th««*c who are working for Demo
cratic principles. They are chronic grum
blers and pessimists aud nothing i» done
aa they would do it. The men entrusted
with the party management are doing
everything wrong, they say, ami they add
*'I told you so."
We have two many tuen of thin cUm
who instead ol' l>eing in x»l»*l phal
anx with their party lighting the enemy,
are giving eucourageuieut to the enemy,
and discouragement to over-susceptible
• uieinben of their own party. Which it
this way Ik* owing to thoughtlessness that
U iuexciuable. In times like this when
the party is straining every nerve, and
every tension is drawn to gaina victory
that shall count tor year* tocoiue in State
and National art'airs no man a bo is a
Democrat «ill thus jeopardize the interest«
)©f his party.
The other class referred to is the dis
gruntled class. ThU class is composed
mostly ot' professional politicians, who
have failed in securing office or have not
been chosen as party manager*. They
have thus become soured political cynics
and not only refuse to work for their
party's good, but will even now and then
silently give aid to the euemy. N>me ol
them would rather see the candidate« ol
the opposite purty succeed than their own.
These cynics of course do what they can
among their cliques ot jymputhizers te
make them latewarm In their party sup
port.
This disguntled rule or ruin class of cour»
still have th«ir political ambition, and
will ask the patronage of the party when
ever there is an opportunity. Bat they art
certainly taking a mistaken course in try
ing to hi oiler party success. They art
makings record that will be remembered
hereafter, and like Banqno's ghost will
not down. The people know a good Dem
ocrat when they see him.
.Every man of these is needed in tlx
field to fight his party's battle«, and can
make strokes that will tell if he 90 deter
mines. This is the time for every Demo
crat to show his colors. This is all the
West Virginia Democracy needs or dc- !
■ires.
THE XIWS-LETTER |AN1> ITS PRO
POSED POLICY IN ITS NEW EN
TERPRISE.
It was announced in yesterday's Xw*
Istler, that a new daily paper will this !
evening be asking the patrouage of the peo
ple of Wheeling.
If there is a field for another Wheeling
daily we will be glad to see it succeed, pro-,
vided that its policy is such as will en
hance the interests of our city.
A newspaper ran be a great promoter of
a city s prosperity, or ran work great detri
ment
Bat we fear that if the .Wir* Letter ex
pect* to enhance the best interests of the
city, it ha« begun the wrong way. In her
alding the publication of the new daily it
fries by malicious misrepresiintation and
lying to injure the business of the three
existing daily papers.
The Sew»-1 Aitrr says tliat '"with prompt
ness which could only lie the result of de
liberate p rearrangement, 'rat' printers
made their appearance in Wheeling ou
Thursday.'' It farther says that the oc
tion of the Wheeling dailies "shows a de
liberate purpose to antagonize not only the
Typographical I'nion, but to defy the
natnral allies of the I'nion."
These statements are both false. Xo j
efl'ort whatever was made by the KEti- j
ISTKK to secure printers till Tues-1
»lay night, several hours after the i
publishers had been officially inform-j
ed the printers had determined to i
walk out in the morning. Telegrams were
then sent to various points in our own state i
ami in the neighboring counties of Ohio,
and Washington, Pa. No effort was made |
to get printers from "Cleveland until the '
day after our printers lud quit their jolis. !
As we have said before,help from any quar- ;
ter.so it was help, was absolutely necessary j
»K.. «luttt'iwi.Hi of oublieation j
r •
aud tIi«- ruin of our business. There was
uu "deliberate purpose to antagonize*' the
Typographical Union or any other "body of
orya»i/e*l laltor. The only purpose was
that of self-preservation. When the printers
walke«! out of the ollice for higher wages,
they meant une«|uivocally. right or wrong,
that this p!»i*r must accede to their de
numls. or so tar as they were eoueerne«! i
not another issue should lie published. In
other words our property should go tocom
plete destruction, and we the owners must
uot dare raise our hands to preserve it.
This is what their action meant, no more,
no less.
The Aries-Ldtrr published falsehoods, j
hoping to injure the three Wheeling pa
papers, in the hope of thereby gaining :
support for itself. It takes advantage of
the present difficulty to try to curry
tavor with the labor organizations ot the
the city and bring itself into prominence.
It as umes the pusitiou of the as !
far as its action toward the Wheeling j
papers are concerned.
Now as we have said, we would like to
see the new enterprise succeed if it is con
ducted with the interests of the city in
view, aud upon fair business principles.
But is its course in the beginning un index
of what it will Ik- hi the future? will it as
MX m as it has become established become !
a serpent in tlie Im>soiii of those who have
Iweti its Wucfactora? will it, following out
the course it lias begun toward the news
papers, soon begin a war on our tuanufac
lacturcrs, or business men who seek to !
protect their property from 1<>m, or |
do nor couduet their business according to
the dictates of the Xetea-Lrthr? These i
are very grave questions that will arise ;
in every man's breast, and persons may
ask themselves, in the language of the {
liood Itook, whether
They conceive mischief utul bring forth vanity,
and their belly i-rvimrvth deceit.
sW'KETAICY BAYARD'S POSITION'.
A Statement I'poil the l'a»)
Ullil I'reM-nt Condition of the Oiiextioii»
Krluting tu the Department «f slat«".
II'iidtimjtiiH VW.
Secretary of State Bayard is just now
honored with the concentrated attention
of all the enemies of the Administration,
j The charges against him have several
speciticatUMiM, and these seetu to Ik- found
ed Hiainly ou a misunderstanding of tht
! facts involved. Let us examine some of
j these:
1.—THE ITTTIXU TASK.
Cutting was arrested in Mexico, and ar
raigned and tried iu Mexico, for publish
mg|in4the I'nitcd States a liliel against a
j Mexican. The Judge who convicted him
was asked over and over if there was any
oilier cliarge agaiu.st the prisoner, and as
I rc|»catcdly said "no."
Meantime Secretary tlayanl li.ul ueclar
' rd that such a pretension would uot for a
' moment be tolerated, ami mailt' a domand
for Cutting's surrender. Then the Court
] adroitly and insincerely changed its
ground, and sentenced Cutting for an al
leged offence committed in .Mexi(t)—i. ke.,
the circulation ot' the Texas libel, an of
fence for which he h-ul not been trie«!.
Secretary Iktyajd was right in his pro
test, for it'the pretension Is allowed, the
American editor who \ isits Mexico is «ate
lor an hour. ~It is a }>osition which every
American ought to maintain, and which
will nor lie altandoned till Mexico disclaims
the right now asserted, to punish American
citizens tor acts committed in the United
States. Already Secretary Ilavard's vigo
rous remonstrance bos wrought ameliora
tion: it has moved President Diaz to semi
a circular to all his States warning tbem
to exercise great prudence in the arrest of
I foreigners, and to report to the capital
promptly every step of proceedings against
them This is a cout**wion worth all the
trouble that has lieeu taken for the protec
! tiou ot our citt/cu*.
i—MR. SKIM1WICK.
I>id Mr. Sedgwick go on a spree in
Mexico? This is not merely a private in
quiry, it seems or eveQ a optional question,
but a great cosmical interrogation eagerly
debated by the universe. Mr. Sedgwick
shares the inquisitive glances of the humau
race with Priute Alexander, the earthquake,
and the sea serpent. Yet he is not a
Minister to Mexieo. He Is not a Secretary
ot' Legislation. He is not an Ambassador
of any sort. He is uot accredited to the
I Mexican tiovernment, and is proba
bly not acquainted with any of
its officers. He is a private citizen
I requested by Mr. Bayard to make
certain inquiries for him. He has no mor
al right to get drunk, but he has a perfect
diplomatic right to, 1 »ecau.se he possédés
uo diplomatic character. He might driuk
till he could not stand, paint the
mail {laper, öeroratians. etc.
K—FALL STOCK
Wall Papers, Borders4 Ceiling Decorations
BABY CARRIAGES!
Blank Books and Stationery.
Tb« Largest Stock and Greatest Variety.
Sold retail M wholesale prices by
Jos. Graves & Son,
U. M TWKLfTI STEKKT.
I Trleftoae X». 17». feb2
balls of Montezuma all of the fifteen shades
of red, lose his hat in thepateo of the tem
ple of "the Four Minnies," declaim hilar
iously in the grove« of Tacuboya, and de
mand the surrender of the castle of Chep- i
nltepec, without in any way involving our
diplomatic relations. If he was mastered
by the rarefied air mingled with the intox- <
i eating bowl it is a pity—the same variety
of pity it would hove been in Stock
bridge. ]
3.—THE ALASKAN' CA PITRES.
The capture by an American revenue
rotter of three British schooners engaged
in tatching seal in Behring's Sea is likely
to lead to a lively diplomatic correspond«
ence, and if, as alleged, the sealers were ,
"sixty miles from shore," the probabili
ties are that the act will have to be dis
claimed and this country make restitution,
iu accordance with international law that
jurisdiction censes three miles from land.
But this is not qnite certain. As Secre
tary Bayard says: "We possess In Alaska i
and the waters of Alaska all the rights
that Kussia had. If she exercised juris
diction over Behring's Sea, we shall do so:
if she had no right to hold it as her own,
she could not confer such right upon us."
The report that Minister Foster, of Can
ada, has threatened the United States with
punishment in case we do not back down ; i
immediately, is absurd, so preposterous, in
fact, : s to be declared impossible. For
Canada has no existence as a nation. She 1
is a colony—with a small c. Her laws
are enacted only by the consent and con
currence of the t^ueen. We have no diplo
matic or political'rclatious of any sort with ,
Canada any more than Fngland has with
Nevada. (For Consuls have a commercial, 11
und not a diplomatic character.) It'Secre
tary Bayard wishes to sav anything or ask i
anytbiug about Canada, lie sends to the j
British Minister or our Miuister iu I»n
don, and he sends to i/oudon if he wants a
Canadian public document. For such an j
amorphous aggregatiou of people, without
sovereignty or even autonomy, to threat- '
en the United States w ith war would be a
burlesque. Mr. Foster has been badly re- !
ported.
This Government will defend its own ;
dignity and preserve its self-respect, and
will act, both toward Mexico and Great
Britain, without regard to threats or prom
ises. In regard to Mexico it is undoubt-1
edly correct, and will maintain the spirit r
of its demand for the abrogation of laws
which threaten American citizens. In re- !
gard to seal fisheries, it will enter upon a J
comprehensive investigation without delay
and will jiersist or recede with equal alac-1
rity, according to the facts of the case.
An Unottielitl Statement.
ti-..*..,k
Envoy Sedgwick's explanation does uot I
explain. What with I'orch, Col. Porter, |
Col. West, ami "»public meeting in ttie j
City of Mexico," affirming the charges of
drunkenness, with specification, he cannot i
ignore the allegations any longer, nor I
plead that he is tut» busy to answer them. I
He must do something by way of specific |
proof, or he must retire. Where is his I
"alley by?"
Jleic Jtdi'ertiscmenls.
TTENRY SCHOMBEK,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Fifth Street, above Hanover,
MARTIN'S FERRY, OHIO.
Perfect fit guaranteed. Give me a call. se2c
Perfectly pure an«l wholesome. Sold by
R. H. LIST, Manufacturer,
1010 MAIN' STREET.
And by All First-Class Grocers.
M*1 I
I OOK OUT FOR C'OU(ill!»
1 j
mill » 'olds, nml «I«» not take a remedy w hieh eon- |
tains Morphia, Opiuiu. etc. <>et a liottle of
MrLAIVS PECTORAL Oil 4*H SYRI'P.
Which contains nothing injurious, and is"the i
best rvme«ly we know. Largebottle only twenty
live Centn. Sold l<y most dealers. sep.10. |
HAVE OPENED
NEW FALL
Dress Goods !
New Fmich Novelties in Silk and
Wool.
New Combination Suits.
New Camel Hair Serges.
New Silk and Wool Cheeks and
Stripes.
Tricots and Cashmere in Full
i I
! Shades.
Plain and Striped Trimming.
YELYETS& PLUSHES
IN ALL THE NEW SHAUES.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
J Tiff
WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING (0.
PROF. CHS. LUDWIG YON SEEGER,
Prn/rtfur of MedUinf at IKr R<»i>il Vuirmity:
K'uiijht <>f ihr Ruyal AuMriau OnUr nf thf Iron
• CV11U-11. liaiaht 0""Mtu«for of Uu Roytü Spanixh
i t*r<irr of ImiMlii: Kno/hi «>/ thr RutttU /ViijcnVjn Or
j .for o/ the RhI EiUlU : Ouralur <y fV Legion
! Honor. dh\. do'.. says :
• liebiu ro. s fori reef toxic
i sh.Mjld not l»e roafiiundtid with the horde of
trashy cure alls. Il I» in no sense of the word a
patent remedy. I am thotvughly conversant with
it> mode of preparation and know it to be ik*
• only a legitimate pharmaceutical product. bat
' ah*'» worthy of the h«h commendations it ha.« re
ceived in all paru of the world. It contains es
sence of Beef. Coca, Quinine, Iron and Cali-sava,
which are dissolved in j-ure genuine Spanish
Imperial »'iwwn Sherry."
Invaluable to all who are Run Down. Nervous,
Dyspeptic. Bilious, Malarious or afflicted with
weak kidneys. Beware of Imitation«.
Hfr Majesty's Pavoritr (wmi'tirfiljeeriae
USED BY* HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE
I PRJJil'ESS tiF WALES and the nobility. For the
! akin. Complexion. Eruptions, chapping, Kough
; maö. 61,00, of druggists.
LtEBIQ CO.'S Genuine Syrap of
S&raap&rilla guarantied a* the beat Sarsa
pariila in the the market.
». Y. I»* pot. 3» M I KK W KTREE1.
: au20eodg*b
DC IFICW H» CArSËS art CTRE. by one who
uArflbOOwaa deaf twenty-eijtht years.
H TraaWd by must of the noted specialistsof the
day with uo benufit. Curtd ht hut(f in three
months, and ai nee then hundred« of others by
same process A plain, simple and successful
! home treatmenL Address, T. & PAGE, LS East
26th street. New York City febitru.ThA.sa.s6
$700 to$2500£, ISSN'S S
made working for oa. Agents preferred who can
rurnlah their own hones and give their whole time
unfca botta— Spare moments may be profitably
eauioyed al*o, A few racaociea la towns an.» cltlea.
KFTj6h580N*00, MS Main St, Slchmomi, Va.
Item ^dtfrtistm^itls.
For sale-a fifteex-horse-power
engine, with governor and upright boiler,
»11 an good as new. Inquire at this office. er
VYTANTED - POSITION AS WAITER OR
VV place in a store. Address H., care this
>ffice. • er
FX)R RENT-FURNISHED ROOM IN A I'rT
VATE family, with board or without board,
nquire at 2224 Market. er
r^OR RENT—A BRICK DWELLING OF <
r rooms and finished attic, with stab « and
>ther out-buildings and garden,
Sen wood Station. Inquire at this ortice, or of
Mr W. I. WARNER, Manager of Benwood «eel
'laut. 68 _
*WTANTED— Ladies to work forme, local
W oFtravîiïng; something entirely new; for
adies only; W daily easily made, no photo, no
»i".iw Clouta» F z LITTLE.
ueplOedsa _ • Box 413. Chicago. Ill
UTAXTED—An Intelligent Earnest Man to
represent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to right
>artv. Steady position. Reference exchanged.
Im. MANi'FAcn KiMu House, 16 Barclay St.. N.Y.
TTTANTED—TEN MEN To WORK IN ('I K
VV foriy-four stores. Transportation free.
\ EY8TONE WRINGER CO.. Hr,-7 Main street.
tVheeling. W. Va. «elSae
FX)R KENT-THREE GOOD ROOMS IN
third story- of No. Iii"» Market street. Apply
mi premise«. jy.isn
FpOR RENT-A SMALL OFFICE CENTRALLY
" located on Market street. Enquire at Reo
stkk Counting Room. jrJ^h

K SALE.
I have for sale 2T> acres of valuable land, situa
ed in'the Kanawha River Bottoms, I'i miles
X'low Charleston, West Virginia. Would prove
in excellent investment in short time. Désira
>ly situated. Will st-11 one-half or whole. Title
jerfect. ADAM B. LITTLEPAOE. . !
ne2Ueq Charleston. W. Va.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
The stockholders of the Wheeling Base Ball
\ss(N'iation will meet at the Howell House. No.
1210 Water street. Wheeling, W. Va., on Friday.
September 24. lxx»i. at s o'clock p. m.. to adopt J
■y-laws, elect a Board, of Directors and transact
>t her business. W.T.ENGLISH,
G. J. ('ADDLE,
R. <\ ROBINSON,
W. B. HOWELL.
L. S. DELA PLAIN, Jr..
Incorporators.
A'heki.i.vg, W. Va., September 20, 1s.nI. seJUeq
£j\)R SALE.
A very valuable piece of real estate, well im
proved, situate on Eoffstreet, and numbered 2307
tnd SW.
The property will l>e sold cheap for the pur
pose of closing an estate. Parties desiring to ex
tmine the proiierty will please callon the under
ligned. LEANDER MIX.
edb Administrator.
oeaities in
lite and Dotted CashmereFour-in-hand
AT THE STAK.
I>. QTTN DlilXG & CO.,
-t-p is :tr. Tvrelflli Street.
MARTIN THORNTON,
Wheeling's Boss Caterer,
LAMES AMi liENTI.EMENS RESTAI'KANT,
No. l.Jt Market street.
• OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, fc»
Sept IS.
FOUR DOLLARS
$4.
For a Decorated En
glish Tua Set til" lifly
six pieces. Four colors,
Brown, 1'inkand Blue.
EWIXG BROS.,
seit 1215 Market Street, opp Me Lu re House.
■poK SALE.
That line family Horse, an<l fa-t j«acer,
GRAY
Reason for selling: Owner is going from home
ami hus no further use for him. A|i|>ly at Livery
Stable of
Scpea R. Ll'KE.
KXKU TOR'S SALE.
rPIIE UNDERSIGNED WILL
J-sell at J ai I »lie a net ion at the front cloor of
Ohio County Court House, on
SAT I K l».% Y. HEPTF.JI ItER 33, IHH#.
(Mill me nei I it; at Hum a. in., the following prop
erty: House and lot on west side of Coal Street,
lie low Fourth Street, Wheeling. I'art of lot No. !«"•
fronting :W feet, •'■linelies on the west side of Main
Street, »'enter Wheeling, and extending hack
an e<|iial width to alley.
The undivided one-half of lots 17 and is. White's
sub-divUiou, adjoining Terra Haute, Indiana.
Two shares stock in North Kml Skating Rink.
W. V. II»HiK,
Kxeeulor Alexander I'aiineU's K-tate.
W. H. HAI.LER. Auetioneer. Sep. ltloli
PGR RENT.
Third floor of the Franklin Insurance Com
pauy's Building. No. :15 Twelfth street.
One large room or hall, fiOx'JO feet, with water
el«»s«'t and stationary washstand. Suitahle f»ir
lo<lge room.
Enquire on the premise*. ses
WM. A. FAIR,
CARPENTER AND BUILQER,
Sh«p aid KfMdrip-r, KO Fourteenth Street
Lock Box 135. Wiikklino, W. Va.
All job work done at reasonable rates. All va
rieties of Roofs and Sky-Lights Repaired and
Painted at/hort notice. 'uaOeAdc
Kill EST AWARD!
II
DURST
1 >nre »! ersey
lee (Yeam!
JOHN FRIEDEL.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
China, Glass é Queensware,
Lamp Goods, Chandeliers,
ML PAPER, WIHDOW SHADES, 4c„
No. 1130 Main Street.
scH WHEELIXO, W. VA.
]S^EW IDEA
Carpet Sweepers,
Latest one out. Quir k. Noisele« an<l Effective.
Call and see them, at
NESDITT & BRO.'S,
sell _ Solo Agents for Wheeling.
0UK
45 and 60 Cent Hook Counters
ITave recently l>ecn replenished with some of the
liest hooks now in {»rint. Look at them or send
for catalogue*.
STANTON & DAVENPORT.
1301 MARKET STREET. sell
TTT-AKTKD-TBREE GOOD PIANO AMI
\ \ organ SHle»iin-n. Must conte well
mended. WM. H. Sil EI B,
selS Under Grand Opera House.
A SUPERB
H. F. Miller Square Piano,
A sample instrument. List priee $750; for sale less
than half price to a cash huver. Seven vear
warrantee. WM. H. SHEIB"
se!3 Under ('.rand Opera House.
piSC'HER -
Upright Piano
For sale cheap for cash. Used onlv a short time.
A great bargain. Owner left the city. Stool and
, cover complete. WM. H. SHEIB,
[ sell L ader G rand Opera House.
Jfteir JPrcrfisemcnts.
WANTED-THE FOLLOWING FILES OF
the Daily and Sukday Regiktkr. Sub
scribers having such, or any i>art of them, in
heir possession will confer a great favor by leav
ng them at the Register counting room: Daily
Hegistkr of the year 1S85 of following dates:
September 5, 9,11, It, lß, 23, 26, 28, 2D, and Octo
jer24. 29, 30, and 31. Sunday Register of tbe
rear 1885 of follwinfc dates: April 12, May 10 and
pecemtxT 27. au!4
QCHOOL BOOKS,
Slates. Inks, Paper, Pens, Pencil«.
School Kajrs. &c.
A GOOD STOCK AT LOW PRICES.
O. B. QUIMBY,
Bookseller and Newsdealer,
1eC NO. 1414 MARKET STREET.
M. E. WHITAKER
Will resume her classes of
VOCAL AND PIANO MUSIC.
Ou Noudny, September 6th,
AT HER ROOMS, No. 94Ö MAIN STREKT.
*u:Ua
pREt
SERVING KETTLES!
BRASS,
COPPER,
granite iron.
PORCELAIN,
TIN.
GEO. W. JOHNSON S SONS,
auji . 1210 Main Street.
EIANO TUNING!
If you want your Piano
Carefully Tuned and Re
paired, leave your order
with I
IF. "W\ ZB^TTIMIER, |
Jy31 1310 MARKET STREET.
13 EA DING FIRE INS. CO.,
-A. reading, pa.
ASSETS $417,000
ST. PAfL KIKE AMI ÜAKINK 1NSIRAXCK CO.,
8T. PAUL, MINN'.,
ASSETTS 11,390,140
S. P. H1LDRETH, Agent,
au3vb 1303 Main street.
BREECH
LOADING
GUNS
AND
IIlive Jii*l received a
nice line of "Parker," j
"«•oil," " I. e fever,"
"KeiniiiKton,* "I
Ninilta," and oilier ■
grades of donble kiiiim, |
Including »11 Ihe «le- ;
ni ruble Mingle barrel
Shot IJiiiih, KIIIcn, Ac., |
m Ii ich we Nhnll offer
nl very low price«.«'nil ,
nml nee litem »I
I. G. DILLON'S,
Agent for the Chamberlain"« Cartridge fom
pany's leaded Shell?. jn.2i
INGER VSCRYSTAL FLAKE
The ver)' best article in the Market for making
Ice Cream.
Q. S. FEENY,
Agent for the sale of it.
my-» No. 1110 MAIN STREET.
XpOK RENT.
A House contain« four rooms, situated
on south side of Alley Six, north of Market
street. Can he rented in two apartments.
JAS. L. HAWLEY,
auIJO 14:20 Main Street.
« * * * * * * * • ♦
TRIMBLE & LUTZ, j
«* +
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO j
.j NATURAL GAS! j.
j Kitting uf Mills. Factories and Dwellings, j
? SPECIALTIES: >
j STEAM HEATING [
j PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING.
j Nos. Ulli and IIIS Market Street, j
WIIELLt.NG, W. VA.
•. ■«
: Reasonable prices and prompt atten- :
: lion given to all. |
^ 1IDER AND OIL BARRELS.
All parties wanting Cider or Oil Barrels can be
furnished with all sizes. They are made of good,
seasoned tiinlnT and flagged.
I can furnish any amount on the shortest no
tice. I will deliver thein at steamlxiat landing
or railroad de|*it, free of charge. .My barrel fac
tory is in Siftersvillc. W. Va.
a'uitOsb GEO. GRAHAM, Proprietor.
Bilbao, Bi^ead
Cheaper Than You Can
Bake at Home.
WHEELING BAKERY CO.'S
First Premium Broad Always
FRESH, WHOLESOME AND NUTRICIOUS.
Ask your grocer for it.
WHEELING BAKERY CO.,
au2t 1230 MARKET STREET.
A LARGE WINE PRESS,
Saudnsky Make. With Latest
Improvements. Also,
i I nrin rtarurn
Zô IjAAUEj U ll>Ei
Holding 800 Gallons Eat h, for Sale
at a Low Price.
PETER WELTY & CO.
WHOLESALE LlQl'OR.»,
jit III« MUX STREET
T EMONS AND ORANGES !
100 Boxes Fine Messina Lemons !
50 Boxes ]Codi Oranges !
JOT RETEIVEB BY
N. SCHULZ, *
jy8 1319 Market Street.
IT
IS A FACT !
You can go to or from Soutbampton by
the fast steamer* of the
>s ortli German Lloyd
FOR TWELVE DOLLARS.
Fifteen Dollars to or from Scandinavia, at
H. T. BEHRENS',
au2S 221* Market Street.
mm nmiiM txi
Ar* as Oood as (hp Bwt. Li^ht,
Stro«» and Vjlsj Uunnin».
PRICE OF 150« $125.
Tie Victor Triejele
la Very Popular with the Ladies, and
the price has been
^Reduced to S125,
Making it the Cheapest First-class Machine In
the market. Send for catalogue to
WH. D. McCOY,
Sole A »rent for Wheeling and Vicinity,
Or to R. B. BURT, Island. tu2?<Ue
(5fo. 5. faglor—lïeur ^all and Ätitfr (Boods.
b
0
ANNOUNCES THE
AML OF THE
FIBST üsTZETW
For the Trad.© of '86 & '87.
Plushes & Velvets
I N
PLAIN and STRIPED, |
In Magnificent Designs and Colors.
FAILLE FRANÇAISE!
A new make of Black and Colored Silk of
extraordinary elegance and durability.
1ÏÏSUIIR1UC
As usual, the most choice Goods ap
S pear first.
1 AN EARLY CALL SOLICITED.
H
Geo. R. Taylor
Drn Ojoods.
■NC EHRL) !
I
On account of an ad
vance in Wool, and the in
creased cost of lal»or, all
Woolen Goods will be ad
vanced
15 to 25 Per Ct.
Having made our pur
chases early, we are enabled
to offer all of our Woolens,
such as
BLANKETS,
FLANNELS
SHAWLS, SKIRTS,
CASS1MERES, K
AT
LAST YEAR'S PRICES
POSITIVELY NO ADVANCE.
NEW CLOAKS
JUST OPENED.
10,000 Yards
OF
WORTH 25 CEMTS, FOR 121-2 CENTS.
1ST01E&TH0MAS
|tonhs.
OANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
KTATE AMD CITV DEPOSITORY.
Stockholder* Doubly Liable.
'A PITA U 1171,000 |
(tovernment and I<nral Bomlx ImiukIiI and Hold.
Drafts issued mi nny j«>lnt in Europe, ax well a*
>n tbe principal cities of the United state*.
A general banking Ihm! neu« transacted.
WM. A. ISETT, President.
WM H. SIMPSON. Vice Pre«.
Jill 1 F. P. J EPSON, ('aubier.
E
EXCHANGE BANK;
CAPITAL 1200.000
f. N. VANCE President
SAMUEL I.AL'GIILIN Vice President
DIRECTOR« :
J. N. Va Neu, 8. Kokk h ei m er,
S. LAIHiUl.Il«, W. El.LINOHAH,
k. H. Delaplain, a. w. Kellet,
JOHN FREW.
Draft* Iwued on England, Ireland, Scotland
and all points in Europe.
inri JOHN J. JONES. Cashier.
THE
CITV HANK OF WHEELING,
NO. 131C MARKET HTRKET.
II EN It V K. LIST „ President.
11. C. DALZKLI Cashier.
A iiencral Hauking Humiksw Transacted.
Account* of Firm.«, C-orooratlon« and Indi
vidual« .Solicited.
INTKKKST FAII» ON U'KCIAL»EPOfll lD
au21*b
RATIONAL BANK OF W. VA.,
AT WHEELING.
CAPITAL .. »300,000
Southwest corner Main and Twelfth Bts.,
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
DIRECTORS :
ADorsT Rolf, John Waonb,
Michael Reii.lv, K. W. HazlcîT,
E W. OOLERAT, J. R. McCOURYNEY,
Cha». W. Broceiniee.
F.ARL W. 00 LEB AY, President,
CHAS. W. HKOC'KCNIER, Vice Président,
JOHN WAGNER. Ca*hier,
LAWRENCE E. .SANDS, A«ri*tant Cashier.
(ßrocers.
M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Grocer, Pork Packer,
AND CURER OF THE
CELEBRATED "RED BIRD HAMS,"
1309 Ml 1311 Maim ItMi
WHEELING, W. VA.
My own nue of choice Smoked Meat» delivered
daily from my Pork Hoose at Man
chester. The
LARGEST STOCK OF
General Groceries
IN THE STATE.
PATENT AND FAMILY FLOUR.
SOLE CONTROL lit THIS CITY OF
'Pearlww" Patent, -
"Faaltlww" Family,
"Oir Favorit« Family,
Fiieat ia the Market
49*Sol<> Ajent for Dopont's Sporting, Mining
and Blasting Powder.
n—rtii—H>n for Eckermann A Will's eeiê
tinted Church Candies, all styles. janS
Smnscmrnts.
OPERA
Tuesday, Septemb '
SOCIETY'S PREFERENCE - '
McNISH.
JOHXsov
REFrvrn NXI
l'u«ler the personal
CLEVELAND.
The One Swell Tr
'"U|»
'rint
Superb Sin^iiK. Hilton th.- v 1 i
Burt Havorly * « . I , : > w
eit'» W«>n<lerftil iMmruii:. lui: m i •»
<iroto*iui'i»ynma*t« a M u -t., ,
l'art, the Br»\c 1'i.nu . ■
oty Ball, tirvat Cotnli.it u ,i'.: ! ,• , V\.. , ?
AnuricauAfrit anJapan. - K :■ .
the little fly coon
Stvuiv H>at». AviU'i in.vi.t. \
Util J&rt'DU Ri-hTmMv »,
Miiiulay. September-it l
GRAND Ol'KKA Hills J
O.C.'iENTHKR ... 1 . av..)
ö« «U, m\m \t:\y. ■ I
Will Ik1 j>rv»« nt.sl tl,. - I
Drama.
SIIWKH si-rii
ft â«T>l»*\ %
Superior Dramatic Company
A Powerful l'lav Iv . , .
ily, ii»ter*|«*r*«-.l w ith
NOMiM. D*S» »A a H INJ« Mil*!
Including till* ivtnjiai^ • k"v»i tir ijl(.
Yol'H * \ > >'\ h
I'mlor the managerncM «.f K » Hts*
AtaWn • » ami ■ v
W«*ine»lay an J >atur.U> arttm.nit«
■talt' at Sh« t»> *
{Jhotogrnphn.
HR8 e ns.|
master
hotSgrapber,
Hiin i ix. w. u
\ TYCeS'.
LV1 UT JTIIIIO.
2152 and 2154 Main St rwt
plumbers.
pUST KK( KIVKI),
»EC0HATKI» SilAHUS !
-AT
LUKE FITTONS,
PliMbrr. Straw uni i.a« lntrr
mr9h Ulf. MAIN >TUi:
lIAUKiV NiN,
practical
'lumbers, Gas and Steam Fiturs.
No. 33 Twelfth Street.
II worktlonp|>mui|>tly»tin<*trv«» » -y .
tMKM MaNhIIKK'.KH I'uu K II Ltt
Ji». I/ITT.
IANSBKRUKK. LÖTZ & MrkoU S
— PRAITH tl
LUMBERS, GAS Ä STEAM FITTERS
N» 40 TvfIftk Hi., ( Hrljtli » Rlei
WHIIUW. » Vi
44*K>UtnHl<» furtlMwl Ail » •'» ' *
'Huonalile rat«-*. ;•
'"I EO. HUUlKUh A n»N,
JT
(Sirrmor» to 1k»n|M<i I liiert,
TACTICAL I'lA'MJ
(Ja* and Steam Fitl'nail
Brass Konider*.
81-WIALTIW
atuml (ias S«ppliw.
Sl^am Hralur »b<I
1314 MAKKKT HTKKKT, WHFKIJV. * '»
•#-All work pn»m|'tljr Am«Hw-*•••'•*
rio*.
Jottcrn.
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port ion.
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t-BALDWI.%, l'r.
InnorporaU-d Jn J *> fnr _• r**.-* ^
ure for »Jrj<-»ii/,r,äl «f.1 i htnf ■' t -'*\
»Ith a tapitaJ of fi *#» »»■ i« »i ' • *
und of orcr $'<vi gn «.v» t*rt #
Hr an overwhelmki« pipoia/ ^ "* '
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Jnwfiig* r»-(ftjlafl) erery îhr»-» t« -•**' *
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A «pleiidld opportunity to »i#
irwKl Inawiii* Ci- M. I» ^ A >.'Jn
<f Mimt. .\>w Orkan>
l»*«-l»7ffc M..i,t(i'» i'f«» '
CAPITAL PRI2E. W ^
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