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WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO.,
Pcbubhu» amd PaorwroBs.
JAS. B. TASKY, CiISfX.iL Masasul •
TSSKSL
rn tsar, bt hail, wtaoi pkktaid.
DAILY, «U days In the week JB 00
DAILY, three «lay* In the week 4 Oi
DAILY, two days In the week 3 00
DAILY, ooe £»y In the week 1 90
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.
DAILY, per week lo be paid weekly......™^, 15
DAILY and SUNDAY per week M
The Daily will he delivered by carrier in
any other cite or town ■
gLNiiLE OOPlESOr DAILY OR WEEKLY- i
4V<X>ftanro;<MSci coktainiso impoitatt
N1WH *)UC1T*D FKUM HUT PAIT or THE ICB
■OVKDINO nOCWTKT.
TUK R KU 1ST if. K. rmbracim it» lèverai nitrt<*u,
it mtrml at the frrto/Lx m »'VWinç, W. t'a., a»
$fcrmii eion nait*r.
The coarse of tbe American Opera in the
West Ls not as smooth os a summer sea.
Bel va Iahewood declares she will not
be a Presidential candidate in 1988. Who
will weep?
The ocean cables are becoming twisted
all out of shape in bringing over the load
smelling scandals of the British aristoc
racy.
English blood and Irish choler are
becomi ng roused ami tbe Tory cbieftans
are sowing the wind to reap the whirl
wind.
The New Jersey Republicans are not
willing to give up when tbey are whipped,
bat are now offering a reward of $1,000
for proot of fraud.
Another strike is brewing iu the
Southwest. While the blizzard is playing
through that region, the thing most wtfr
Hary to strike lor is a warmer climate.
Sino? Minuter Manning's little un
pleasantness in Mexico, the Republicans
are suggesting a pulque proof man to Sec
retary Bay a hi». So Republican lias been
suggested yet.
The Anti-Saloon Kepuljuans aunounce
that they will luve control of the State of
New York in the course of a few weeks.
It Isn't rumor«! whether they will he as
sisted by BiRtII A Kl> or not.
Prikipent CuctELA.ni> is diving down
into the mysteries of writing his message
Visitors to the White House should not
feel aggrieved if he does not invite theiu to
stay for dinner.
A NEW treaty is signed between Great
Britaiu and the United States through
their Ministers. If it only will enable our
Government to get at onr self-exiled ras
cals, what a mighty hegira there will be
from the soil of Canada.
Mr. Blaixe'h first choice lor the Presi
dency is Mr. Blaine; his secoud choice is
Senator Allison. Mr. Ephi xi«' first
choice is Mr. EoM'.'xns; his second choice
is Senator LnoAN. But the people's
choice is Gkovkr Ci.evei.ani>.
The Mayor of Norfolk, Va., iu his zeal
to have the Sabbath observed, forbids
trains passing through the town on that
day. The running of certain trains ou
Sabbath has come to a necessity, ami ne
cessity can uot be controlled by law.
There has been the same difficulty in
finding a jury for the second MciJiwnE
trial that there was at first. How would
it do to keep a few do/eas of citizens
locke«! up, away from news and news pa
pers, so as to make xheni eligible forjnrors?
Tin: trial oflMl.LON h.is been postponed
till Decemlter 1 Ith to allow the pruseen
tion time to prepare evidence. A great
deal ol* evidence is Itriug col lei te«!, and tlie
trial will be Ionian«) will einander more
bitter feeling than ever l»etween the Irish
and their fcisk master*.
tîkokuk K. M('Nkii.l has accepteil the
nomination for Mayor of l^wton on the
independent lal»or <i«ket, and llKXRY
♦ »KoKtiK and Frank Foktei:, the late
candidate for Lient. Governor of Mass.,
are to boost him up. He will need all the
help he van get.
A Boston woman, by way of experi
ment, recently tied a pedometer to her
chin, and discovered that she talked thir
ty-three mile«« between breaktast an«l
lunch.—Li/».
Won't some oue try this experiment on
the "b«»ye©tt committee?"
('HICACM) will soon he the very synouym
for enterprise. It lias excell«1«! in n»il
ro,uls, wheat, big feet, big tires, rich Kam
bien» aud divorce suits, and now it is ri
valling London in the possession of a sen
sational divorce suit. Mrs. Fkrry,is suing
for a divorce on the gronnd that her htis
hund is just t«» etonomical tor anything.
Hon. Ciias. S. Wolfe, of Pennsylvania
Prohibition fame, says that his cause is
inarching on to victory at an encouraging
rate. He will have no compromise with
either of the old parties and will succeed
under the name of Prohibition or not at
*11. The Republicans will have to dea
gently with Mr. WoLFK ami his party or
they will wake up some morning and find
Prohibtxracv occupying a seat just in front
of them.
Tllfc Mnam publish«* :» compilation
of new industries start«*<l in the Southern
States «luring the quarter ending Decem
ber 1. They consist of "iô blast furnaces«,
fö railroatl companies, 131 wood-working
establishments, H electric light compan
ies, 73 foundries, mills and machine shops,
vSy mining ami smelting companies, and 36
dour mills.
furnace. 1 railway company, 13 wood
working establishments. (4 foundries, and
5 mining and smelting companies.
This is the Chicago HtraWa version of
reform in oflice holding "Until American
partisans are made of material radically
different<rom anything that has yet been
seen in this republic, not many Republi
can placeholders under Democratic admin
istrations. or IVmocratic placeholder* un
der Republican administrations, will sur
render their right to abuse the government
for the sake of keeping au office. Kicked
oat for doing this publicly, they might as
well be kicked out for doing it privately."
This is a little vigorous bnt it is sound.
What a grand scheme it was to be snre,
for the local Rads at Charleston to engage
the Ohio Marplots to come over to West
Virginia and under cover of a grand jubi
le« in honor of Bon Care's election to the
State Senat«» and plot the capture of the U.
8. Senator. We observe that (»or. Fokak kk
sent his regrets with thanks. No doubt
he saw in advance how supremely ridicu
lous and transparent the whole scheme
looked to the ontaide world, and concluded
to an his reputation for astuteness by
staying away. How do West Virginia
Democrats enjoy this chunk of gall, any
way?
TOE 9UBA1DKXCJE OF 8TIUKJSS.
According to Commissioner Pick, of the
New York Bureau of Labor statistics there
have been daring the present year "1,500
strikes in New York City and State as
against one-fifth of that number or 300
during 1885. One of these suspension»
involved 18,000 men in six weeks'enforced
idleness, at a cost of one million of dollars
in wagesi As an offset to this immense
loss on the part of the workers he cites a
case in which a strike costs a manufactur
er $1,000,000 through inability to fill his
contracts."
Commenting on these figures the Phila
delphia Times says: "The five-fold in
crease in the number of strikes in New
York in »single year would lead the ordi
nary observer to the conclusion that bad
as the striking policy is shown to be it
must be permanently on the increase. The
conclusion is disputed by Commissioner
Pbl'K, however, who claims that the strik
ing propensity reached high-water mark
during the present year and that its extra
ordinary manifestation was due to the im
mense increase in new labor organizations.
He indicate» that the first thiug a new la
bor organization does is to strike in order
ato show its power and get used to hand
ling what labor agitators are fond of term,
ing labors most effective weapon. An ex
periment or two in striking makes the
rank and file of the organization more con
servative about strikes and the real work
ers in the body begin to cast about for some
other and better method of settling labor
disputes. The Commissioner thinks that
the phenomenal number of strikes for this
year is due entirely to the number of new
organizations and that there will be a
marked decline in their frequency Irorn
this time forward. ' '
Though the»Vtrikcs have resulted only
in loss, and though the labor organiza
tions have been so ready to engage in them
Mr. Peck thinks that oiganized labor is a
benefit to l»oth employer and employe, for
the reason that grievances and contracts
ran lie better adjusted with men as a mass
thau as individuals. The mania tor strikes
aud some other follies at present, he thinks
is only for the moment and will soon j>ass
away forever, aud a better day will dawn
for the industrial system of the land.
POLITICS* Ol* WKST VIRGINIA IM
MIGRANTS'.
The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette'*
I Charleston correspondent reports Congress
rnau Sxykkk as saying of the
status of the population of West Virginia:
"The population is increasing and the in
crement is mainly from Ohio and Pennsyl
vania. A great many miners have come
into the State stnee 1^>, and they are still
toniing. As a rule they vote the Republi
can ticket. The cltiss of immigration
that settles along the line of
railways has a tendency toward Repub
licanism. Then, too, there are a good
many Republican negroes coming into the
State. We are being approached from all
sides, and three-fourths of the new voters
are Republican. I should think that the
popnlation hud increased twenty per cent*
siuce IrtW), jnd that seventy-five per ceut.
of the increase of the voting population was
in favor of the Republicans."
We think Congressman SXYI>KR is un
duly alarmed. The imiuigratiou in some
sections n.ay l>e mostly Republican, but
this is counteracted by Democratic gains
iu other sections. Also the colored immi
grants are no doubt mostly Republicans.
Hut this class of immigration is very
small.
We are aware that the Republicans have
beeusolaciug thousands in a belief like Mr.
Snyder is alleged to have admitted in the
above. Hut an example will speak plainer
than words. Take the new towns of
Davis and Thomas iu Tucker, composed
almost entirely of immigrants from other
States, a large portion of them 1 »eilig
miners. These two towns cast fifty-five
votes for Wit-sox and twenty-four for
Fl.lt K for Congress, and fifty-five votes lor
Hl'DKIXs and twenty-two for Mixkak for
the State Senate. iletore the election
the Republicans were claiming
that three-fourths of these immigrants l»e-.
longed to the g. o. p.
These two voting places, ou a railway
line, may be taken as a fair example ami
mean anvthiug else thau that immigration
ncai ly all falls a prey to Republicanism.
"F. B. I..." writing from Charleston to
the Cincinnati ('<niaf-Gnztttc, under
«late of November :10th, says, among other
trash, the following:
Wilson cannot be re-elected Governor
tor two reasous. One is that the Demo
crats would not nominate him, and the
sec.iud is that the next Governor of West
Virginia, will, iu all probability, lie a Re
publican.
ir tne writer 01 tne aoove wanw ioiuukc
any impression on his West Virginia read
ers, it will never do to display so much
ignorance of our constitution. His wild
break on this point leads us to suspicion
that he is imported from Ohio to help a
very weak can*'. If he did but know it,
Governor WII-SOS' cannot succeed himself,
for the reason that Article 7 of the Con
stitution provides that he is ineligi
ble to hold the office again uutil one term
shall have intervene*!. A very good law
and probably it would he the only obstacle
in the way of the Governor succeeding him
self.as he makes a very excellent Executive.
The eflbrt of the Republicans through
the aid of Ohio experts to throw tire brands
into the Democratic camp is very «illy as
well as being very transparent.
Ms. PöWDERLY's latest "secret cir
cular" calls for an assessment of 25 cents
upon every Knight of l^abor in the order,
to support those out on strikes aud lock
the amount. It would be burdensome on
some for this to be raised by contri
bution, bnt in this way the burden will
not he felt. The only important question
will be as to whether many men are not
ont on a strike without a grievance or have
uot forced their employers to resort to a
lockout for self protection.
Six« E the removal of the Nottingham,
Eng., lace machinery to districts where
the wages were lower, JoHX Brio HT ad
vises the workingmen to not demand high
er wages than the trade will allow. uolt«s
business suspend or remove to other quar
ters and they lost the opportunity of mak
ing any wages at all. The price products
bring in the market will enable employers
to pay a certain price for labor and no
more. When the demand goes beyond,
the bnsi ness runs at a lost and so must
close down or remove to ntoic convenient
sections.
A roLoXY of Danish farmers with a
capital of about $1,350,000 is about to lo
cate in this country. Such immigration
is what builds up a country. The penni
le»w hosts from foreign lands that crowd
into onr cities make the struggle for life
much harder for those who are already at
• disadvantage on account of the pressing
competition.
A XEW TREAT FOB THE READING
PUBLIC.
Chas. Scribner's Sons announce that
their new Seribner's Magazine will be given
to the American reading public about
December 15. The magizine is to be il
lustrated according to the highest artistic
skill and will number among it« contribu
tors the best contemporary literary talent,
besides heretofore unpublished writings
from the pens of the literati of former
rears. The unpublished letters of the
great English'novelist, Thackeray, about
which so much curiosity has been aronsed
of late, will be given to the public the
coming year. Ex-Minister Washbirn's
reminiscences of the siege and Commune
of Paris, and glimpses from the diaries of
Gonverneur Morris, former Minister
to France, will give new light on the revo
lutionary period of French history.
Among the other contributors will be such
writers as R. D. Stevenson', Harold
Frederic, H. C. Bcxxer, Francis 8.
Walker, Rev. W. H. Ward, T. A.
Janvier and H. H. Boyesen.
This magazine will at once become a
powerful rival of the Century and Harper'*
Magazine. kIn price it will have the advan
tage, being only twenty-tive cents. This
rivalry will make each of the magazines
better. It will be a literary war in which
the lovers of good cnfrent literature will
come in as gainers.
THE DEMOCRATS' THANKSGIVING.
We thank Thee. Lord, that Thou hast sent
Our party such a President:
Thro heat and cold, Oh Lord we stand
In every quarter of the land.
With mouths uplifted, if may hap.
Our lip* ay touch official pap.
And thankful arr we that we may
Stand waiting thus day after day.
We do our duty by the State,
We serve who only stand and wait.
Some Woody tyrant, wild and rude,
Might jfire "innocuous desuetude"
To all our hiines and all our fears.
By cutting off our bead* and cars:
Therefore we're thankful to be blest
With one who lets ils wait at rest.
We thank Thee for the Mugwumps, too.
These noble patriots, real and true.
Who get the jot* we want to till
And dabble in the publictill.
We thank Thee for the great reform
Which, o'er the Country, like a >torm.
Haw swept with strong, resist leu* tide,
And left ils Democrat* outside
To wage a ceaseless, pay less strife
With dull affairs of private life.
We thank Thee for all these. Oh Lord,
Because it is our best reward;
"Tis noble, after all our toils.
To yield to others all the spoils!
'Tis noble! ay. and that's enough!
'Tis noble, but it's p. d. rough!
— Washington Critic.
DIED.
YOLTZ—John Vol«, Ik., ut his résidence in
Ben wood, November 30, Ht 7:30 p. ni.
Funeral will take placc from his late residence
in Ben wood, this afternoon :»t"2 o'clock, Interment
at MeM«'Ohen's Cemetery. Funeral train will
leave B. & O. depot at 12.35 p. in., city time.
^dufrtisfmcnte.
BREECH LOADING GUNS.
A full stock of Fine
HAMMER m HAMMERIESS BREECH 18« GUNS
Just received. Prices lower than any house in
the State. Agent lor
Ckamlwrlin Cartridge Co.''s Loaded Shells.
I. tJ. DILLON', Jeweler.
Ooail shooting in Ohio after November lu.
N
ATURAL OAS FITTINGS.
None but experienced N'attirai Gas Fitters em
ploycsl. Orders l>v telephone promptly attended
to.
W. E. m Klti\.
nolVsh 21 W Main street.
JUST OZPEISTEIX
An elegant lino of
CHANDELIERS
—AND—
LIBRARY LAMPS!
Of the Lnlftt l»et»l|;ii»i.
A fine assortment of tleeorated
TEA,
and
DINNER WARE,
BRONZED & BISQUE GOODS
And
FANCY ORNAMENTS!
In large variety.
Fine Table Cutlery & Carvers,
KOR THAXKNUIVIXU !
Inspeetion respeetfully Invited.
JOHN FRIEDEL,
■ov 16 11%) Main street
J^ATURAL GAS FITTING
A SPKCIAI.TY.
A. J. SWEENEY & SON.
Steam ami Pin«; Kitting Department, J.G.Wray,
Manager. Mr. « ray ha« large experience in i>ij>
ing dwelling houses". factories, steam lioilers, Ac.,
for ii.Mii« Natural (ias. All work guaranteed. Or
den solicited. office, No. 12 Twelfth street. Tel
ephone, No. S8. jufiSiuThvb
JPXECUTORS. NOTICE.
Notice i* hereby given that the undersigned
I have qualified as executors of the will of John
Knote, «leceâsed. All persons indebted to his
estate will please call and j«»> such indebUnlness
at once, and those having claim* against the es
tate are requested to present them properly au
thenticated to the undersign«»}, oreither of them.
A. J. CLARKE,
J. R. PA I'LL,
Executors.
i Wheeling. W. Va , Nov. 34, l.VC. noüet h sumo
/ 10MMEKCIÂL AND SOCIAL
M AK<•f^rV^1V^lll^VrKl^lt LINEN PÀPKRS lu
latest sixe® aud shapes.
TllOS. DE LA RUE & CO.*8 LONDON STATION
ERY, very elegant and tasteful.
NOTE. LETTER. I.Eli VI. and BILL PAPERS in
liest weights ior commercial and legal uses.
ENVELOPES in all sizes, either plain or printed"
BLANK BOOKS in all ruling* and binding".
LETTER PRESSES and IMPRESSION BOOKS
at factory prices to large consumers.
Always willing to quote price* aad show goods.
STANTON & DAVENPORT.
1301 MARKET STREET. H0Ü4
QTATE FAIR ELECTION N<>
O TICK.
In pursuance of the by-laws of the West Vir
ginia Exposition and State l'air Association, a
meeting of the stockholder« will be held on the
4TH DAY OK DECEMBER. IS*. between the
boors of 2 and 5 o'clock p.m.. at the office of the
secretary, in the Court House of Ohio county,
\\<~>t Virginia, for the pnrpcwe of electing thir
teen directors, and to transact anvother barinem
which may be brought betöre the meeting.
JOHN H. H<»»rs. Prfs't. i
Oko. Hook, Sec y. no.Mti j
rpiIE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. |
C. H. QUIMBY, Agent.;
Will deliTer to any part of the city daily at 15c.
per weefc: 3V. including Sumlays. By mail to
any postoffice at tor. per month.
O. H. QUIMBY,
Bookseller and Newsdealer.
doJS NO. 1*14 MARKET STREET. ;
Jtorr äMwrtisfmfitts.
"\TTANTED—LADIES, LOCAL OR TRAVEL
Y Y ING. A wonderftil entirely new specialty
for ladi« only: « daily easily made; no photo,
no painting; particulars free. MADAM F. Z.
LITTLE, Box *48, Chicago, ILL no6eu&d
WANTED-Ladies and gentlemen in city or
countrv to take light work at their homes,
fl to |3 a day easily made; work sent by mail, no
canvassing We have u good demand for oui
work, and ftirnish steady employment. Ad
dress, with stamp, CROWN M'K'U CO., SM Viae
street, Cincinnati, O. no23era
WANTED-THE FOLLOWING FILES OF
the Daily axd Sunday Register. Sub
scribers having such, or auy part of them, in
their possession will confer a great favor by leav
ing themat the Register counting room: Daily
Register of the year 1HST> of following dates:
September 5, », 11,14,16, a, 26,28, 2a, and Octo
ber 21. 2», 30, and 3L Sunday Register of the
year 1«5 of follwing dates: April 12, May 10 and
December 27. aul4
J^XECUTORS NOTICE.
Having qualified as executor of the will ol
James Robinson, late of Ohio county, deceased,
all peraon* having claims again« said decedent's
estate are requested to present them, properly
proven, to me for settlement.
JOHN ROBINSON.
de.Vsigs Executor, Ac.
RADIES
Desiring young nurse girls can be supplied at the
Woman's Exchange, 104 Main street Also
good homes in the country can be had by three
middle-aged women. Girls to cook and do gen
eral housework wanted every day. dc2er
J^OSE CREAM,
---For Chaps and Sore Lips.—
SYRUP, HONEY, TOLL* and TAR. for Coughs.
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, at
LIST S DRUG STORE.
de2 1010 Main street.
$4
FOUR DOLLARS WILL
Pt'RCHABE A
,56 PIECE TEH SEI,
(iood quality of English
Ware.
EWING BROS.,
de2 1215 Market Street, opp. M''Lure House.
pKOBA
TE OF WILL.
(.»(Bee of the Clerk of the County Court, Ohio
County, State of West Virginia, in the matte!
of the i>robatr of the last will anil totameul ol
trust Klaproth, decease!.
The object of the petition filed in this matter
on the 1st day of December, A. D. 1ns6, is to have
admitted to probate a p<u>er writing, purnortins
to be the will of Ernst Klaproth, deceased, bear
ing date on the '.VI day of August A. D. 18H6, and
it appearing from an affidavit tile<l with me in
m* office, that Johanne Niemeier, Wilhelmina
Schacfer, Louise Schräder, tin- children of An
ruh Klupfoth. deeea-M.il: Wilhelm Klaproth, de
ceased: t'harlos Klaproth. deceased; Henrietta
Schaefer. deceased; Augustina tiraebe, deceased;
Johanne I'eppe,deceased,« hich suid children are
unknown, and August Miller, St., persons whu
are therein, ami in said petition declared to be
interested in the probate of said will, are
non-residents of this State, it is ordered
that they do appear at my ofllce, iu the
City of Wheeling in the county and state aim
said, within one month after the date of the first
publication thereof, and do w hat is necessary P
protect their interests in said matter, t Published
the first time December 2. iss*>.)
<iE<iK»;K HOOK. Clerk.
Itl'ssEi.i. A. Sum., Attorneys. de'Jt tlj
T HAVE
Now on hand 1 000 H>s. of the
FINEST FRUIT CAKE
Ever made in this city, for the Holiday.«.
CEO. L. DCRST.
Wj'i Ann urA im \ 11>< < ri a > i >■
SOME NOVELTIES IN
Sill Suspenders and Handkerchiefs,
Nicely boxed for Holiday Present*,
AT THE ST.VR,
I). GUNDLING & CO..
no::) 3f. Twelfth Street.
A R.M:KEH'S HAIKRESTO
J-A-. KEK
Contains no irritants or poisons; Is perfectly safe,
even if taken into the st>tinacli. It will remove
diseased condition* of the scalp. promote the
growth of the hair, prevent it from falling out,
and reduce the excessive amount «if dandruff.
It is* composed of the liest known tonics and mild
st im I liants for the purpose intended; will act <>n
the hair follicles and glands in the cellular tis
sue, if they have any vitalitv left. Trv it.
LAUOHLIN BROS., Wheeling, Whol.'-sal#
Agetiu • oc-te&bfig
rpHE EVERETT PIANOS
Are of elegant design, wear well and stand in
tune, have a |>erfect touch and clear, full, round
tone. Surpassing nil others of like price, they
are in all essentials
STRICTLY FIRST - CLASS.
Being reasonable in price, they satisfy the mu
sician as well il« the public, and are
FILLY WARRANTED SKYKN YEARS.
Piano buyers should sec and hear them.
WM. H. SHEIH, Sole Agent,
53 Twelfth Street, under Grand Opera House,
od
LA INS PECTORAL S Y KIT
M
Willi cure your COCGH and COLI) when noth
ing else will touch it, and as it contains 110 mor
phia or other narcotic, can l>e given with i>cr
fcet saiety to the halte or agi-»! alike. Large l»>t
t!es onlyiSccuts. Sold by most dealers. Manu
fiwturcd by
McLAIN BROTHERS,
noRO Twelfth and Market streets.
surprise your friends in
ENGLAND BY A PERSONAL VISIT ON
CHRISTMAS.
To Southampton. $12.00; to London, S1;!..'«0
t'roin • »r to New York. I ime, S days ocean voy
age. Tickets for sale at
H. F. BEHRENS',
2217 Market Street.
B
ANANAS.
25 Cases Fine Kipc Itonanas
To airlve this morning.
N. SCHULZ,
noi". 1319 Market street
DOYAI, ARGAND PARLOR
LV STOVES.
The !at«*t and ereiltest success in BASK III KS
IN«i ST<»VES
l'«e either Natural ftas or Hani Coal. (Util ami
see them in operation at
NES Hi TT & BROS.',
noJi) 1312 Market street.
Frew &
Bertschy,
Funeral Directors
Funerals Completely Furnished.
Arterial Embalming a Specialty.
K30e*jc 111? MAIN STREET.
Jem ^dyrtisfmtnts. '
J^ATURAL GAS STOVEa
Parlor and Hall Stoves,
For NATURAL OAR orlHARD COAL.
the a-ARLAJsro
1 Is the best in the market. I have a fall line
1 from Ute smallest to the largest, at price» to suit
the times. Also, a good assortment of
-SOFT COAL STOVES
Both Cooking and Heating, all suitable for Nat
ural Gas.
B.F. CALDWELL,
se29eh _ No. 1507 Main street.
810,000toinvkt1n
LOANS WELL SECÜBED
By nnineumbered real estate in the Panhandle
counties of West Virginia.
KWINO. MELVIN A RILEY,
no3 1160 Main street.
; J^OUBLE BASS,
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MARTIN THORNTON,
Wheelings Boss Caterer,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S RESTAURANT,
No. Market street.
t*. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. K»
Sept IS.
! pXErUTOKS'NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
have ijimlitUil as executors of the will of Isaac
Z. liluuchnnl, deceased. All persons indebted
to his estate will ph ase call and pay stich in
debtedness, ami those having claims against the
estate arc requested to present them, properly
authenticated, to the undersigned <»r eitherof
them. J. K. ACKER,
no: Men MATHUS J EPEERS.
I rPHANKSGI VING.
Mince Ment,
Plum Pudding,
Rai linn,
Carrant*.
Citron,
Cranberries,
Orange«,
Lemon»,
Goshen Cheese, Ac., Sic.,
All Fresh, Good and Cheap, at
R.J. SMYTH'S,
Cor. Market and Fourteenth St*.
I Fresh Roasted Mocha, Java and
1 Maracaibo Coffees.
>•*• • • m • •••
TRIMBLE & LUTZ.
AP ICI AL ATTENTION OITÏN TO
NATURAL GAS!
Pitting »f Hill«. PtrUrif« »ad (»welllair*
SPECIALTIES:
STEAM HEATING
PLUMBIN6 AND 6AS FITT1N6.
Nos. 1410 ami 1418 Market Street,
WHKLLING, W. VA.
Reiuunitble prices and prompt aiU'ti
liou giveu to alL
KASLEY & BROOKS,
MINERS AND DEALERS IN BEST
ANTHRACITE
—AND
BITUMINOUS COAL
Delivered to all partaof the city at lowest mar
ket prices.
OIHcf 1744 Markrt itrfft Telephone
raaaerlUa.
Wholesale
Liquors,
IIIS MAI* STREET,
Peter Weltj & Co,
nrl
; 2152 and 2154 Main Street.
Coal and (Bas £tows. ,
OUR OAK ARLINGTON.
STUDY ITS FEATURES.
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It surpasses any Cannon Stove in Durability and
Economy, and exceeds the Base Burner in Simplicity,
Heating Power and Cheapness. It has all the iulvan
tages of both and the disadvantages of neither. It will
save double its cost in fuel in one season over any other
Stove. They are just the stove for Churches, Schools,
Large Ilalls, Warehouses, Factories and Depots, and
their good looks do not interfere with their indestructi
bility. As Natural Gas heaters thev are absolutely un
rivaled. We invite SPECIAL ATTENTION to this
new product .of our Foundry, and solicit those who de
sire the most satisfactory Stove for the aliove pur|>oses,
to insj>cct this Heater. Visitors are welcome. Circu
lars on application.
• JOSEPH 33BUIJ db CO.,
noJSeid Main an<l Fourth Slret'l», Wheeling, W. V*.
fashionable ttlrrrhant Jailors.
T. C. MOFFAT & CO.,
NO. 27 TWELFTH STREET,
Fashionable Merchant Tailors
We have in Stock a full line of the Latest Stylesand Designs in
Winter Suitings s Overcoatings.
Call and examine our elegant Fabrics for
OYERCOATI NGi-S.
Montagnacs, Kerseys,
Meltons. Carnieltons.
SUITINGS.
F. & H. Suitings, Corkscrews,
Imported Scotch Suitings, Cassiineres,
Wide Wale Diagonals, Worsteds.
These goods will be cut and made by experienced workmen in the
latest and most fashionable styles.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
LOW PRICES, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
T. C. MOFFAT & CO.,
NO. 27 TWELFTH STREET.
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FOUR
Things Worth Knowing,
First—That J.S. RHODES & CO.
arc selling fine Marseilles Quilts.
with blue centered blue Iborders,
worth $3.50, for $1.50. These
omris are sold cheap, because the
assortment of colors is broken,
blue and white only left.
Second -That J. S. RHOOES A
CO. are selling cream colored
fringed Table Cloths, with red bor-1
ders. 2 1-2 yards long, for $1.00
each.
Third- That J. S. RHOOES &
CO. are selling their own brand of
Bleached Muslin—J. S. R. &Co.
Family Shirting—for 10 cents.
Fourth -That J. S. RHODES &
CO. have a large and handsome as
sortment of new and styfish Wraps
for Ladies at popular prices. Call !
and see them.
CONSUMPTION.]
1 k*T*«p<MttiT« Midi tor Ihm »Wr« dlH«M. bfM ,
im ikMMxti o4 (m (I th* mm kM a>4 *r faaf
>"« fc— rmrmA lu lui. M «rWf II »I kilt
la lu Avt, ihat I *m m«4 TWO WOTTIUS rKKB,
K«.ika«lih • VlUULI lUiTin IkM «MM
toUINfi"'' (ir«it|Wiu4r.O.I«tiM.
PB. T. A. AL4CCS, MroitK.,»«« T*ft
törocers.
M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Grocer, Pork Packer,
AHO CI'RKR Of THE
CELEBRATED "RED BIRD HAMS,"
1309 aad 1311 Mali Str^t.
WHEELING, W. VA.
Uj own nut of rboire Hmokcd Me«U dellrtred
cUilf from my Pork Houne ml Man
oh*«(er. Tb«
LARGEST STOCK OF
IN THE HTATE.
PATENT AND FAMILY FLOUR.
•OI.E COKTEOI. I* Til il Cl TT Of
'Pwlew" PtUit,
'KmIIIwmi" Fuiilj,
"Oar ?av«rit# Paailf,
PiiMt il tfc* Mtrket
•»-Sol»» Ajrnt for Impont'a MporUoc. Ml nine
ftorl BIwtillK fowler.
HM^I'iiifcrtCT» fur Erkmainn A Will'« f*l*
IntMl rtinrch CtrnllM. «II Mylea \*ira
"READING FIRE IN8. 00,
J-*» KK4DIS0, tk.
Aiwrre M17.000
MT. ML nMB AXB IASJU ISSCKAKI CO.,
tr. tavl, mm.,
AHBETTH V1.M.140
h. r. Hii-Dnrrn, Arent,
anSvb 1*3» Main Wmt
Bi^ead, Bf^ead
Cheaper Than You Oan
Bake at Home.
WHEELING BAKERY CO.'S
' Flrwt PiwiIbb Brul Al««ya
FRESH, WHOLESOME AM MTMCMOS.
« Aak your grocer far it
WHEELING BAKERY CO.,
»at tm MiAxiT mar.
Opera House,
OWE SICHT OXLY!
Monday, December e
Will be presented for the An* time in thi, -J
the Grand Pictorial 5-Act American r„aJt
Dram«, by June« A. Heme, author of -fl
Oak," entitled «
TkiMiiittliiiifn
Jims L Him u
Kathvtaa C. Hcrae is
A character written exprejrty f.w her. t
a lion not *urpa«*d <*i (he «ta|* **
Renin Fguk,
OorotirF^J;
LAUGHTER, APPLAUSE 4 TEARS.
An Unquestioned Triumph.
This nrieadid drama ha* been will r»r»iv^
Philadelphia. New York, B«*u>n. rhu^, *
Baltimore. It* production beforv iu fir*
Mentation involved an outlay of ft.OM. ÏT
Minute Men of "6" H a 6t tionraitur. of ih. 4.»
that tried mon'* *»ul» It u by no mean, * fc. '
drama (not a »injtle »hot it fired m tbr .tr,,
play). Bu» >» '* * picture of «nriety aiuj rfTr
camiwol the era of* the Revolution—fun* *
qtience, pa«U>n. adventure* and fun TUriv
ohildrvu it U a historical kam of the pTv^*,
inter«* for them.
Admiwlon 75 and S5c. Beamed tcu» %\
Sale of «-at* at Räumer a. SatuMay.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
O.C.UKXTHKR *«4*.
The event of the ürv*i IVvi.ni n^_
Succv»,
tiorsdh. mow. aiNnt»Mun
oictmu llnl
The Highly SwMitonal
Condemned lo Deal,
A*pUycd lOOniuht« Iii
ftfrIXMATIOK ! »'IX! *|*|(
MISS ASNIK UK ISK AMIS AM) H
R. J. DUM».
Supported l>y an KuvIVnt i.muciy
Prirw as Usual. I su.il IVirfy
noJN-AiJ
<J(or $nlf.
lî»R SAl.K —IXIRNKR lx»T (»V i.KKKMai t
I" atrrfl, (Klrkwood.) Ifri.lic«-|«>rt. t> *ii, u
*>M rlu'ap if mid aoou ( »II on «r kkln« j i
HANKS, Real Kulau- Agent. Martin» K.rn 11
ulJJi '•
JpAKM FOR SAl.K.
Th* niliaorilier will wll or tra-le for * »a« «
pn>|>»'rt) iifutliri'itruf Wlmo'.>.
Acre* «m Hig \Vh«vlln* cnvk. finit«» n u..*t
from Uuc.iH i au.l wry level I «t*.
of <k»»I l'ont: WntiT in Kvm K «ta .
mi.l r«lit Well \\ alef, hiifl » rain, t .<
Föne«*: plenty ol I.iin«-»nu»- «h.', i.■», , ,
OUI on tue lud. A purchaser eau .. i * nu>
gain. J. i> iwiv.
J> i:k>4«ta Offlce. lift) \i«Im m « tu« ; tj
r pitUSTKK'S 8A LK.
Ity virtue of « <tivi| of tru»t in:»«)«- liy J mir >. •
aiul Jon. II ''owl, hiT tu.olutnil. io um- «• tm«u»
date«l tin" l«t «lay o( h<i\i*uit«*r, A I' i»«i «
ill th«' oltilV «Il till-• ta lk nf Ii i I m I
Court «»fotiUii ounti. Wi-m Virginia r
tn»nt I took -I, |«an«- H'\ I will m-ll m |ml>|ii ,,
lion, ut Ike front ilooi oi tin I null l|ou-. ,.f I <
I.hihi v. In tin' «'llv of Wins lint: « \* .«
Tl'KSPAY.TIIKT'lll l»A\ «UK« mi ll. »
I», lSf*i, t-oililll« Iirtlir «I lo A M HI lit'ii! > it
»II \\ Infill.* Iklalnl. Ill Milil < ||\ L'i >«ia>.(
Nu. 'AI, ill l«ll«'llh*t'* K.|.lltl»tl Nil • I .
which inlilition I* in l»»ik I », ki |>*«r I» >1.4
will« Ii lot Iront* a I «m l thlrt) f«»i on
»nie of North llufon atm-l Tli< r«-1> » >|«n. .
hoiiix- on >*l'l lot. Selling *» ini-n». I » ;i
vey Mit-h till«* a* i* v«<*t»«l in tu»- \<\ mmI .|««.-.t .ii
lrti*l. mliU'it. however, I* U In »«•' I» I« pnt><
TKItMS OK SAl.K On«- thlnl .»I Hi«- funU»
mou«')' in caah. ami lit«' n»lilm- in ta» «»(■.
»taUnic-ul*, lwarliiK inter»»« fi»tn II» iU) • <•
mid payable In on«'*n«l i « h > . -1 • • j -
from tlmt «lay, Hi«' I'lin liuM i imnri n,
with k««mI *vurily for tin-«I« i«-rrw| |«)uh .<
anil th«' l«'Riil till«' to til«' nroin-rt» i- '• mi r.
no flirt lier awurtty, Al.rKr.lli AlI'VtHl
Hum-I I nm«
rPRrSTKK'S SA LK.
Ity virtu«- of a «!«'«*«I of lm«t him*I« '■* II <u
llllUK Hl»l l>nlll«e. III« Will', to Im Ulli.:
<lal«il «m th«' JUli «lay of • Mola r \ !• |v > •
rfi-onl«-«! in H|«-«ifTIr«'of Hi«* I 'li rk «>l t« •• •;«
<°«Hirtof Ohio«'«milt)', \V. V» . In l'o-t <4 I-.
It««ik .V, |uii;i' rtT'J. I will m-II hi |ml>ii> ■ >
the fluni «loor of Iii«- Court Hon«« ««I «*l'l I«;! 'I
ill tili' l ily of tt hi'«'liliK. Oil
MONDAY. JANI'AltVI, I*«
i-ominonrlliK *t lOo'rlm-ka in . tin (..II « . >
«••rilx'«! ri-aï ^■«l«t«•, «ltual««l Iii II» i in tt
I ni.'. in»! «unlit) mill Mali- «Inn-««»I, tlm •
nay: Tin- <-ii*l on«' half of III«- wi «I i-i» I» ' «
un m I m r>-i 1 on«' liiitnlr«-*! aiul Imnl) »«en
«ill Ihu Molltll *|ili" of N-Iillln tilli >||i «1 lliii>.
part «if Hi«* ritv of Wlm-lliiK i all«<«l I«« »I
Iiik." la-ltiK tin' «piarti r m il il»- wi «i , ,i w
thcri-of, anil «'lit ihIIiik II» wIm4"' !■ m-1 «.J
lot from M4'V«'llU'«-lilh Itrr«'t III all ail«-l. Uiiif lu
»Nil»- property (MtcthI in i!» on Nnnl
Jon«'» liy Knima Kb-plii-n* anil «<h«f* •>» »»«--I
• lal««l O)'tolwr -il. IMï!, a 11 • I rmifi|ii| la
Clerk'« «»llii-i-Iii I»« «-«1 Itonk No 74, |.«*« U
TKKMH OK SAl.K. » VSII
«leid JAM M I*. Roi.Kit*, lu*»«»
COJMISSIOXKK S SAME OK
OHIO COUNTY FARMS.
TN PnittWANrK OF A hWRKKuF 7IIK1»
I CI7J1 Cond of Ohio (Mint)
ility uf He|.ti-mli«-r IK"»;, Iii II«- I I». . I Vlin mi Ii
Van M rin- amt othcn »» John II l.jrto i»l «u
II- ON
HATrUDAV. KOVKMBKR I.TTIf I»«»
BiiiriiiriliiK »t lOo'c |<«k a m .1 *111 •• Il »1 y
III- sin lion, <hi II»* lirciiila *. In («ar»• l« U> >'
uurctiaam, Uw irai t • .r Um • I
Inml Dlutrli-t, Ohio nmnty, known >• Ii,» ) ■
11. I.tIi- ùirui, f i Hilm ni iik i'ik'iI) *• '
ta*», i»'lni{ lhi> Innl iniivrfMl Ui J-iliii H l>>
«Mil H. Vlrjrlnla l.jrlc tir liaiilnl Iwk i»|«* ».
<'<itiiini*kiiHHT, hy iImiI M «y ii. K il',
tt miti* »-f.il vi-jtmI lij- ««Iii Ji.Liîi II I *U- *
VlrKluU l.yle U> J.'t M' l.iiii 1 m IJl'
tin- uiiillvlfnl mu* Imlr.if »«M tarnt l> M t <4 "•
Jnhll II. I.jrlo, «lui if Ihr Mit Un M** I» m< »:-f
Hellt tu |Htv irrt «111 licit* bnifii afinut it •*
uM raune, f * III Ilten »-Il the «In.l.
AllO Iii« mtJiiililliK trart ■>( lajul àtinaii a» th*
Janim l.yle f*nn, < <hi>imiiik ■>( !%»•> • i» »• »
ar« itcMTlIrf«! by nn-Ut awl I»hiiiiI» in a | .at •/ •
«urvey th*r»-«if m*«!«' Iijr ¥ I. Il<w> i«o*<a»-«
anionic Oie |i*|* ni In m!<I r«um- tli» iiW «• • ta ■
Iiik 12 aer«-* and IS pole», »Int Ihr nlli" *'''*•
ami "St fait«*, nwfvlnn tu Kimm l.jl
lifr llf« > «i m «lui .'I i«ln ni «anl I*»1
iMnlifiinl Ui lier a« In* ifower lu Jam» If t» •••
tali-, ami ileM-rtbul l»y mi t« aJK1 •»
Mill plat
TKKMrf OF HAf-R-fHie thIHnf1 ht
money, or m» mm h mot'- ai tli<- jain ti»"' »*l
eleet u» f*v In i»h, mut tli«' r» mam-W I» '* •
i-uual Installment«, jiayahir in«ne ai")ta 'l'«"
«rlth Interval fri<m the 'lay of »aie U»' l«>y*'
of Ibc liefern»! Irintallnimt» U» lai wr-if*« '
'li-"l< nf lni»t mi Iii»' «alii la1»! - '
retaining the till«- until tin f<*jrm«nl of tbap"
eliaa* money In mil.
I F l'iVU
Ml*» la I « «Miawuno»
•»•rtlfjr tliat IkhuI ha* l« «n gi \ en t>y ti • a^
wl Hpecial Uonimi'tfoner m r«~ji»ir»«l '//
ltl*W.
«wi-ill Jims W Mil' Hi l t ' •«*»
ïeêboTf Ml« I» •itU'urmil «iiiUl OTTWt'
>'K»IIIKK/T at Klo>|iak • m « IW t
ial i maiat******
I 'i-rtlfy tliat («Hut ha« l» « n Kiirn (>t tl.< «l*«»»
nam»l hpciial lirniniiitium-i w mjt»ir»«l lif t*4
Mill iImw«»
<f KAatwi<)i
The Alaive
NOVKMHKI
•lern* of jii6n It. Ulr.
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noKworiaatl 8j*«ial < .<*iaia««»*
Th« aVivi- mIi I« ailjmmi'-l until-11' W'4'
riBTKII BKK l"i, l*Ti at Mr»- b«»i» in-l H»*
I f
no2Hrwf««i4A4r< Hjiwiti • •*
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
MI, Sellerie» Hotel £ brmm
By virtue of a tiKF.t> or nrtr ma m
by Tboiaa* p. Mhall'-ftw vnt '<
£5°*» M® Krank W»htt awl *»•••* I
M alter, hi« tli, to m<- a* uw»>. 4«ikI *T*re'
|f* \ 1X9, an.! recorded is f*««i of Tnwt »«*
Wo 1'., («ifiK «V. an/1 *«. I »ill rit*/** I
»Ortinn. M Ihr iMfftli fnmt «f th* t** 1—1
Ulflici fifteenth aii<l < '.at/i.r* «/•** '*
ftATVtiuY, un r.mtrK t». i«,
</*DtD*uri,,g s( io o'rlrirk a. m tb» «»«V»*««
deatTltod i**| ntetr »iiuaint In '»bto"*"1)
*• V*, that 1* t>> aay. lipflii.iifila fidat t»
th« aotjth ki.le of tbir WaiiooaJ rt*i. '«If1*
Hhallan«> and WalW-r »ad '--*P
rUtt-riM; then«# with the vxitL line rflk«
Uoo«| ru«] auoth TT' JT »«« 4* <"« «**»
•I ri*W an* 1« BM/th M" V «a»i
">•*»> /r® ir tea its (re< u»r»#r «>*h »
«MC IU fr*t, ih-tx-e »«Ith «Mt 1* h* tAfWi
■ntjlfe </' i.V «4« I* frrt to thertory»*»«*
Utcsr« with the vlarya/d fcnrr north 'I I* *•
® M; theure tvrrth StA- <aM 'tf1-, f"««.
n/0th «F V eaat |<* «er« to the t"t> «< the rw£
theiMT aiftif the top of ttie rvir» a<*ti> »
**«* CT fr«. theme north *9® &W< l***^
theore north »W^t» fax la the i^'tf
the Urp white r«k In the Ollrhrt* mirrrfrn»*
♦«od; then«* with the fcw* betwrer,
•ßd M'oJtrr and Ooo. f'Ufti* t»*\i 1 ;
to the l**1iinine «*>n«inln* In ail at«* ' *
nan half «OM of tend, together » f •
tMlbllniri and iBwi/ummu them* TV«»
pmrnnenu on «*M property M« Pg "
UM WéeodJ-1 l-iildln« kmtrwu aa Ml ftgg
Hotel." a mod teeant bowr arrrral ton«»
fruit and ahnde trwa, pi and »aur »«w*
WWÄ5V,U
u> uoi^adion of the tnwta*. or a.
J. C. Hpr«T. Aactioa—■ -

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