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«EST VIRSIWA PRIHTIN8 CO, mumttm m Faonmo« ik? m tajixi, 9mü u+*» —« fXm rui. « un, T »UU'.«xl*i*iaU(« DàllT. i&rw^Afsiath* — DAILY. t*» «J»t* O » All v. JM1*7 to Uk* WMfe.. DEUVKEJB ST U, i Ali.*, pm wwk iobe paid vwkly. *'4iî t ii»gnn)ATj» im> . _ T 1»aU.t will be by 4i ?î:jcrorSBOfDÎatb*wmiT *»| _ oarrADRM mrortAwi imMjeirnrmmn n*r c» tm w» fJJM ÄJWÖT**, -■■»raaf^Mi «»•** «MM. ^ond « * T\itmg, w. r^m\ ; I«id^»4n*npa SesueeUoe wUl be P*K I .o tsaniBM f ■wilrartiHia To* niu mi wd hkir«aof nlWf a«i«eimj«T«w _ ■wioatMOoa. •* pobUortloB. bot m • "lâlUirtf «pod fkiUi. * ATI«* AL DKK'iTKATIC TICK KT. rou bBOVEK rLEVELAKD, X«« York. roi tick rsoiDorr, ALL» 0. THCRMAN. Of OhiA. rWUOTItl. KLaCTOM-AT-LAMS. W H TKtVEK*. of JeAenoa. W. C. H A SOLAN. «f Ohio. D«nuc-T «LBCToaa. L. H. WEJT1IAN. Of MarUtAÜ. r.J. CBOt'AJi, of fTevoo. FBANK HEREfORlJ, of Monro*. 8t- * BROWX. of J*ck«n. fob nfimTrtTirn » oomin. . Pint Di*tri< l. JOHN 0. PENDLETON, of Obio. mix«! ÜiAfict, w. l. wilbox. Of J«®WW>TI. Third District. JOHN D. AI-DEKjON. of Nicbola*. ronrtb District J. MU.SKOE JACKSON, of Wood. DfcXoCKVTll' STATK TICKET. ■omMi, A. B. FLEMING, ai Manon. imita, PATRICK F. DCFFY. at Wnteter <;oan:y. Tuuarmn. WILLI T- THOMPSON. at Cabell coonty. *rToa*BV^SB<ia*U ALFKK J CALDWELL. of Ohio Coonty. ■trUlüTISDIMT »W »CHOOIA, B. a XORGIK. ai Moooogaila Coouty. i'/ruxi col*BT. HENRY BRANSON. of Levi«. J. W. ENGLISH, of M««n. ««tJTTY DCIUOATIl TICKKT. pjt WAT« *ZSATOE, JOHN K. DONEHoO, of Hancock Co mty. KOml Of OILMtTB, A. U GARDEN, L. F BTIFEL, I'. ; OLEAdON, J. J. WOOD*. "TT~ITT I.EWH <TKKN ROD. PBOaa^.TUW ATTOESIT, JOHN A. HOWARD. iHBOMi City—CHARLES T. BLANCHARD, Onnty -NOAH ZaSK. oocîmr «caTgraa, M. T. CAR*. The People demand an honest tariflT and no taxation for surplus. Again it is oor p>a*irg dnty to chroni cle tb« fact that the price ot wool » main taiued at tbe »d»anced figar«», and tbi-. too, after tbe Mill* bill bw pMMd th* House. Col- Da.V JoHXHOS uiadn another of bia ringing Democratic *p*ecbee at Manning ton Satorday. Cot. Jobnauo get« right dnwn among tbe part/ rank %ud file, an<i «tira them op wherever be goes. Tbe re naltM of bit work will be seen at the poll* next November, and it will be is an is creaaed D<joi<icn»tie Tot». Tmk Fort Worth, ^Tex ,) Gnzrtte tbinka "Harri«»* in rattled.'' A fur announcing th* fact it »>>•: Wifl], with Blaine on one <ide booming the Trtnta and damning free whi»ky. ami tbe Repub lican party on the other txwmiog free whiaky and ilamniu« the Troat». he t»aa enough to rattle a b«ap bigger head than the one now poeading about in hi« grandpa « hat. Thk Democratic blowoot Sitnrdaj night wv tbe bigyent thing of the kind in thi* neighborhood thi* campaign. Bat wait till the Democratic cJnhe are thoroughly organized, and yon will are the biggeet Wert Virginia domoo*tratiou yoaeT«raaw or beard of. Thi« u a great Democratic vear. Till meeting of tbe literati of (be Month it O'kntj Hpnnga, Va.. on the '28th ol tbu month, promt»«*« f»:' to be • notable ocmoioa in the annale o< the progress of Southern literature and art. Letters have been received from n*>my of the moat prominent people of the Und, promising attendance and upreening delight at tbe occasion. Tbe purpoee m to fonn a joint stock company and commence tbe publi cation of a southern magasine, tbe promi nent contributor» to wbiob will be tbe members of tbe Aryan society who will as above TOI .MONOPOLIST ÎIOW OSTS HI8 St ALT FKKK There ie no better example ol tbe Ke pnblican policy of discrimination in favor of tbe rieb man and monopolist than our preeeot iniquitone tariff law. Any one who examines tbe present law in detail will find that, in every case, tbe poor man aiooe ie taxed by tbe tariff wbile tbe big tariff baron and millionaire manufacturer ie allowed some epecial privilege that re lieves him from paying bis share of tbe tariff. For instance, in the article of salt; tbe pment tariff la» ie ae follows: Salt, in beg«, sack«, barrels, or ocber package», twelve cents per one hundred pounds; In bulk, eight cents per one hundred pounds; PrxmUed, Tb«t expor;ers of meats, whether packed or smoked, which bave been cured In the United states with Imported wit, «hall, upon «stlifac tory proof, under such regulations ss tbe Secre tary of the Treasury shall prescribe, that socb meats have been cured with imported salt, tose refmded loUrmpemOm TVssswi Us dwbm potd an Ita mit ss assd m carta# mtdk trporttd «sato, tn amounu not lern than one hundred dollars: And, pro*.d-d further, That Imported salt in tond may bemed in cum« Ash taken by vessels licensed 10 engage in the fisheries, and in curing fish on the shores of the naTigable waters of the United State*. ander «och regulations ss the Secretary of the Tmaemj »hall prescribe; and upon pseef that the «alt haa beaa need tor «Sther of the purpaass stated tu tbe proviso, As dMfcs «« Mr sasss stoU to nmrhf, It will be sean from thia that tha prenant Republican tariff law akrady aOmm tke rick perk-packen and ether CJkimmi exporter* Ie import their mUfrw hu tie poor aunt, tie] body of tie A—erica* people, the labor of the ! eoomtry, that ore taxed oo tbar Mit. 71m rid» mm, lik» Phil Auwt, the big Chicago pork-pack*r, are kl'owed their aalt free ander Ik* preeent law. How ia to* aa a aampU of Republi can protection to American labor ? Democrat* don't tike it And in tbe Molls bill they make »it free alike to tie rieh amd to the poor. DKPKW RXSCKKii THI LI ABS. Mr. ChaciciT M. Depxw aeems to oars bean converted by hie latent European trip. AI say rate noce hi* retarn be hee been siring the g o. p. none maeb needed tenooe in decant pol met Mr. Dkpew ia a ana of brains sod candor aa well ae s good after dinner speaker. A« aoon aa be landed be jamped with both feet onto the idiote who are accueing the Democracy at j an intention to rain American indnetrie* and "tarn the eoantry over to England," etc., ale. Mr. Dkpew'^ only trouble w that be «till retain* enough Repnblcar if to call the Démocrate "freetraders." He aaye: "It ia abaord to my that the Free-Trader is de. liberate!? working for the overthrow of t be very things in wtu;h he ia aa deeply 1 nie rated m hto neighbor. Mk Dkpkw knows that it is abenrd to call the Democrat* "frto traders" when every Republican loader in the land, when in office, de«ired to go mach farther than Mr Clktelasd in the rédaction of tarifl taxation. A« the New York .World pal it: "He knowa of coanae that a 4'2 per cent, tariff, covering more tbaa two thoaeand articles, ia oo more Free Trade than a two cset-a-mile ticket on hia railroad is a fut psa» Bat hw rebnke to tbe narrow minded m&l'gnerw of « ne-balf tbe citiz-rna of tbe coontry who are chorg'd with hos tility to the tf >« became tber think the ww taxe* *honld be cot down, «hows tbe difference hetwevn a Republican who on brain* in hi* bead and oae who is mmply ^nilnwwl with f>»leen. " L.AUOR DOKSNT W/OTTTHAT KINU I ÜB PBOTKCriOS. Tta S'itmmil Labor Tfrbm *r i- ut ill ham iierint the Republican tariff policy. Tb« Labtir Trxbmmr, it irl! ta remeratared, w toe official organ of the Ama'jftraaWd j Association of Iron and Steel Worker*, the Minera' Federation and the K. of L. ; In in current number it mm: This senseless chatter about the tariff »od the protection it doe* o*»t give to labor ia getung Ko be generally understood by •fotkiugm*'a, %nd the effect of thorough discussion ia une of the noticeable aigi'S of the day. If the manufacturer and capi talists ol the country are so interested in ibe advancement and elevation of labor, ; «by do tbey not listen to tne appeals ot ! labor and <Tan* it«« requests, and meet it in a friendly spirit? Have them protect ion ists held any mv meetings in the interest of labor, or have 1 ttay made aay suggestions iookicg tow .irrt j itsemancipmoi? We have heard of none aad w« beve roade inquiry, bnt daring the | investigation w« nave beard of a naiiiixr of very nigh protectionists who have : assailed the only thing that protect« labor, and they have v>< only asaarted it, bu>. : they have gooe farther and Mid, "Your | organization interferes with na in the em-1 ploymeutof our i7o»ktnen, and we will not allow yon to maintain it" Now what kind of an organ: zttion do tbt.ee bigL tariff men object to? Doe* it interfere in any w»y with the pioceee of manufactur ing, or with the once of the products in •pen market? Not at all It M an organ ist ion to protect t hrLu ia their rights and to regulate the price of labor and to pre vent it« degradation. One wonld tbiufc that the-e gentlemen who favor a high tariff and woo are constantly clamoring for the protection of American industry wonld be oolj too glad to organic labor and educate it, marching stioulder to shoulder with it in it« demands for just recognition and an nouent participation in its own results Tbtt would seem to ta rair, and it wonld be taken everywhere as a disposition 'o contain and protect latar, ind to help to pat it on that higher plane that is so math talked of, a^d that is justified by the advantages that a high tariff is supposed to yield. Now what are tta fac >? Da these gen tle men do tbi*? No, tbey no nothing ol 'be kind. Toey not only do not organize labor, bnt tbey ditorganize it aad reins« to employ it unless it is disorganized and reduced to chaoa and made defenseless by re»son of its want of nnrty, order and leadership Tbey menace it with fresh importations of labor from Europe, «hackle it with new and degrading condi tions, impose new burdens and throw »hoot it new restriction«, antil every sen-*« »f honor and manhood is shocked and out raged, and labor wondeis where it may look tor that protection promised it by the champions of American industry aid by the tariff that has been made the rally ing cry of every Republican manufacturer in the country. It will not do say that the Democratic party wants to impoverish labor, or to re duce or cnppl« it. That is so much non sense, aud might pass in the campaign if the people of the country had worked 'bemselves into an idiotic condition ; bnt when you con iront an intelligent comma aity of workingtnen aad want their res pect you most deal hoaestly with them and tell them tlie truth, for tbey know as well as we do that more than nine tenths ot the nen who are protecting themselves and 'îewirOVlDg lut* prVÜTliUU lUOl wnrr« 110 *ff<>rdcd to other» are Republicans No one will charge Aadrow Carnrgie with be ing a Democrat, for if we wer« be would !*e advertised North, East an i Wot m the enemy of Aujoncsn labor Pirk Uro« & Co., uf the BUck ÜiA'n'ind Steel Work*, cannot be accused of Democratic um Jeu cies, and they were a'nor« the first to break ap the organized labor of their work« and substitute colored men from Virginia, and tbey have them yet. Wm Clark A Co., of the -*olar Iron Work«, are h g!)-tariff men, and w*nt increased pro tection oo every thing they make, bnt when their Ubor org*niz a lor protection they disorganize it and refnne to employ it, and replace it with the cheap imparted labor o' Europe in the intern; of Ameri can industry (?) No one ever beard of Singer. Nimick & Co. favoring the doc trine of Democrats. Nothing woold be farther from the troth than a charge like that. Tbey have disorganized the organ ised labor in their works and substituted the cheapest and moat dependent Ubor tbey coo Id get. Doe* any od« rappoae it will stop here? Not at alL The subordination of Ameri can labor mnstgo oa, and the importation of foreign labor most also go on as long ss the product of labor in over protected and labor that produces is free. The introduction into an article like this of a maze of fijpu ce to show that wages in Um protected industrie« are lower than tbnee of unprotected industries is like tak ing coal to New Castle. The Democrats believe that war taxes should be taken off the necessities of life, and that the tariff thooid be revised and shorn of it« inequalities, and that raw ma terial »bonld be brought into the country free, so as to encourage manufacturing in terest# and give employment at remuner ative rates to the unemployed labor of the country. The cry of frise trade ia made to diras* attention from combines, trusts and monopolies that enrich the few and im poverish the million by increasing the ciwt of the common neeewariee of life and decreasing the purchasing power of U)e la borer's dollar. We have had high tariff since 1846, and the higher it g<Me the greater become« the necessities of labor, until we have reached that point that a change is desired, and the «oouer we bring it about the better. AaiMtars Bttt»ra, the world renowned appetiser and tavlgoralor. Imparts a delicious flavor to all drinks and cuns dnpensia, dl*r rtusa. Sever and acne. Try it. but beware of eoonterMta. Ask your groeer or drug* for the genuine Angostura, manuAotored by Dr. J. O. ■ I i — XON KV TALK8. Will Mr. >»klM tkaac* IMay Hit Ova A fanr days «aee tbe Rj»ISTXK pablab ed a statement »bent Mr. Mahlon Chaaee | and t challenge to id; on« who doubted i lint it coaid prod aoe m authority tor ikt Maternent. Tb» morning w« nitanto aad j repeat that chall^&^a. If ito £aaurn euaot produce the i ouuiBtoetarer to wboni Mr. Chance made the statement tust "whiie noma acutdoJfaJ ought be wrot^ the redact toas proposed ■ by Um Mill* bill were ell nght, bat we : mmeoir.g tbe Republicans) tu>« to sake UMt iMnrtiM," im u will torfcat $60 tu j tbe charitable institutions of Wheeling : On the other haad, it it cm i produce ttué ataauiactorer, then the opposing partita ara tu lorlett a like amount. Moaej talks. Will Mr. Chaacs or hie friends accept tbe ehal itugt f The RxöLsTXK'8 anUwnty w an honorable, upngbt gentleman. If aay one wan ta to tent tbe qaaliiy of his ateel the/ have ao opportunity. Per hap* tbe too taikaure Mr. Chance would hie a go at him? la tbe meanwhile we reiterate that Mr. Mab loa Cbance, ao ageut ol the Republi can N allouai Committee, in private eon • eraation to a maaaiaatarer of this vieia ity, admitted that the Mille bill wm a good mmmre. Bat Republicans didn't want Democrat« to ha*a the credit of pass ing lk Woere are you, Mr. Cnanot? Come at ua some more. THE WOOL MARKET. Trade tieaerallj SaUtfled with tbe Situ ât loa. BrvättfttCi. While tbe recent excitement in tbe wool market has wholly snbeided, a fair amount or business m in progress, »od tbe trade 1» generally satisfied with tbe situation and tbe ondock. Tbe larger mills are well supplied with stock and are not operatic« to any C0-J81 lerab'e extent. Other baren bate taken their place« 10 purchasing free ly (or tbeir actual wants. Favorable i»d vices from the London sales have giveu tone to tbe domestic markets. Toe at tcL^'aoc:- there m large and demand is ex cellent, so that the general feeling among aeiiers is rep:vteo as coo&det't In com parison with the last Kale* price* are un changed but firm. Tbe American Wool Be pvrter exprceetrs tbe opinion tba- tnoogb the snpply of pulled wool in tuw country ba" in crt-a-ed «omewbat it has not risen eoongb lu »tUUUJJV lUi T9 t Kirai a diuu^uiu vi a» m claimed io some quarters to have oc curred; nlnu tbat whatever decrease ha« M cur red id tbe fiue «o>)l d. stricte has been rffiet by an increase of product ia the ter ritories. The supply of really choice wool on tbe seaboard is comparatively small, and prices are firm for such descriptions. Tbe demand for wool is w«-U sustained at Boston, and prices are firm for fine Ûittx». O ber descriptions are not held k> strongly. A steady trade is in progress, with general confidence on the part of deaitrs and manufacturera alike. Choice Obio woo) sells readily at quotations, and Michigan fleece* are also in request. About tbe usual volume of trade it in progress for Trzas, territory and California stock Littie is doing in foreign wool of any de scription. Carrent quotations are as fof !o*», in comparison with last year and th« year before. Sept. 24. Sept. 23, Sept 2L 1V4 18K7 1H88 Ohio A Penn. X 236}'Àc Sl<4îîc SOc. Ohio &. Penn. XX 30Ä31 [). A P. XX and above- 3S**3K 33 32 Michigan X :«<*•« 2M»30 27<<»ix Kine Ohio delaine 3*-» *7 &à.V, 32f<»34 So. 1 combing 3s 376£fJ 3«Vaî7 Texu spring. 12 mon ths_23A2ß W&A Tht hsUs of the wtek at Biston are re ported at 3 445,700 pound*?, as against ; 3,830, KM) pounds last wc«k and 2,275,000 in the corresponding week last year. At Pntladelphia there h-»- been a little | more activity, parliculaily in tiae fleeces Ah a gfoeral thing, however, buyers have found the market sn much stronger than tbey expected to find it tbat they have j bought ltw than they intended when they started out and most of the sales bave | been iu small lots. A 8TRONO*DI)KKi*S. Oui. Johnson E"thu»< • the Democracy of MkDDlnitoD. Cnrrctfondma of the Retutir. MAJfSixOToy, 8cptem!)er 23 —Yester day brought forth a large tarn out of the Democracy of Marioa to heir the Hon. D. D. Johnson di«cuss the issues of the day Among tbe large and intelligent torn r.ut, numbering more than five hun dred tbat assembled in the "Koon Rink," waj* a large sprinkling of tbe comrades in arms with the Colonel, who welcomed hira cordially acd who assure to the De mocracy their voUa will be felt in No vember. The clear, logical and unanswerable de bate upon tbe tariff question brought forth many «ayings by those present, such a»: 'That is so,'' "You are telling the truth," "W« want no more Republican slang," "We are bonnd to win," etc. Oar people are aroused. Tbe clear speech of Colonel Johnson was the opening of tbecampa'g] and it had its effect. W« want aid m the preparation of our Ox Rwt, October 11,1888, and speakers of State and National reputation should be with us, and the assurance tbat Marion county will be alorg side of tbe banner loanty of the SUte, cannot be questioned. FI'dmont Mews. Hprctal OorrfJfxnvtnc* of the ReqtAer. PlKDXüNT, W. Va , September 22.—A large and attentive audience attended tbe Prohibition meeting at the Opera House to-night. Tbe Prohibition club turned out in full force and paraded our streets beaded by the Citizens' band. The club appointed the following offi<*rs of the •Meeting, viz: President, Prof. O. H. Bryce; Vice Presidents, J. L. Weimer, John F. Seaber, GifO. W. Spangier, Geo. w Dayton, fteorge Seaver, C F. D»yton, J V. Cook, àiinoa Grey, John White, Rav. Wm. Kigbt, Wm. Kern«, Ju. Fajeobaker. W. B Owen», C W. Greitxnor, Jo*iab Sigler, Robert Bit«>cbew; Secretaries, F. P High, John DaddytmaD, John Sig'er, A G. Jennings. The mating was opened with prayer by Rev. Pasco, of Blooming. Prof. Brace on amumiug the chair, »ade ignite a lengthy speeti), after which be introduced Capt Frank Hart, of Maonieg ton. Prohibition candidate for Con. gréa-», who made an interesting upecch, after which Hon. Thos. R. Car» kadon, of K*yser, then candidate for Gov ernor, then made an able aud eloquent speech in favor of hia party. Best of order was preserved, though the speaking was kept np notii a late honr. The Catboiic T. A. B. Society held a picnic last night ai d to-night, which was largely attended and a financial snrcete. A sptcial train from Froetbnrg brought a large crowd down from np George's Greek. Mr*. W F. Hilleary and non have gone to Pittabnrg to »pend a month. Mrs. Blake Ward and children are visit ing at Rimney. La*t night, at Thomas, a station on the Went Virginia Central railroad, two color ed men were fooling with a revolver, when it wm discharged, striking "Kile" Woody (colored) in the stomash. The man who did the shooting gave himself np to a Jus tice, but was discharged, as the evidence I ho wed the shooting to h^ve been acci dental. Both men are from Virginia. Delayed Correspondence—Johnnoa at Row Cbrrtfpomdrma the RtçUter. Rowlxsbibo, September 21.—Col D. D. Johnson spoke to a very large andiene« here last night. His reputation for fair ocas, conp'ed with his ability as an orator attracted q ci to an assemblage of individuals irrespective of party. The State Execu tive Committee in selection Mr. Johnson to traverse the Stat«, have made made a moat telling step towards having the in telligence of the people properly trained to fully appreciate the importance and bearing of the great »sue ot the campaign. Send us more such able men, and we will Msne you of victory in November. Col. Johnson also addressed a huge and mthnsiastie gathering at Terra Alte on Wednesday. So far his tone has surpassed Iris Most ardent expeeteüom. Prohibition Coanly Tlcktt Special Oorrapmdemet of 0* SUnuw. Maucta. O. Bweebcr 23.—Tb« Prohibition ie<« of Wirbitfton County met in ooBTeoikie here jttteriLj, end placed ■ the following ticket in the field: Sheriff, , Nethen Borges*, cf WnJty tcwnr-h.p; ProxratitK Attorney, Jvp»r Li>k, of GriBdrirw; Cocnmiiwiobtr, J 8 Vonratey. < of Fairfield; Coroper. Bailey PJotaley. 1 T»- coaTeotisn «m enthc*iaetio throogh wl DIED. MeCLCRE—On Sstardey, September A 1W*. at 2 o'dork p. m , Robot Chambers, «econd «on of June* H. ead Belle McClnre, :n the Mb year of h s age. . Funeral «erric« at the rai Jence of Hi I« \ enu. So. S8 Soith Broadway, I*lend, on Mon day. Septeaber tt. ISSo. at y o cîoc*. a. m. In terment private. Çfcr Sirertisranrti. Improved Ply Fan. The beat In the Market. Will run longer then any other. Cell end get one at the Hardware and Hoa«e rurolahlng »tore ot MESBITT * BKO-. jy9**r 1 1312 Merke; «reel Attention, Sportsmen!! Oar Stock of Fine Breech Loading Guns, fat Fall Trade. U now complete. We have Gnns from $5 to 1150 each repraentlag neeilyCTerj re liable mater known Oar prices er« gnere^t*d as low as any house In this couctry. Cell and tee us or write for price« I. G. DILLON Sc CO., Jeweler», 1Z3 Market street We are Agccts for Chemberlin <k Peter*' Cart ridge Co '« loaded sheila, aaplG * TRY CISTS ♦ COUCH SYRUP :• ■ Of--r- - V* Honey, Tolu. Tar. &c. * R. H. LIST, Wheeling. 9 gASE BALLS, BATS. MASKS. GLOVES AMD BELTS, Croquet and Hammocxs. Book*, Mttf&z'.n« an<l Pape«. C. H. QriMBY. JeS Bookseller an4 Newsdealer. CITY TAX NOTICE. Owe« of City Co:.i.*fop.. Ptbuc Bcilding, > WsuuNu, »September 17, 18S8. / Notlee Is hereby given that the City Tai« for 1888 will be due and payable at the office of the City C >lleetor. Public Building, Monday, Octo ber 1st, 1W. Person« paying ALL their taxes on or before the flm day of November, IotS, will be entitled to a discount of 'J par cent on City Taxes. The taxe« on Rta! Estate will bear inter«« fron November 1«. 18S8, at the rate of lO per rent per annum until paid. 8. L. BRICK, aepl'ra City Colloctor. JUDICIAL CONVENTION. The Democratic Judicial Conferee» of th? Firs Judicial Circuit, composed of the counties of Hancock, Smoke, Ohio and Marshall, will meet In Convention on Voadav. the 24th bay sf S'pteiaber. 1SS8. At the Young Men's Democratic Club looms, in the city of Wheeling, at one o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating t*o Jcdicial Candi dates for said Circo] t, and to tranfa:t any other busir ess that may come before them. iiy order of the Democrstic Judicial Commute«. JOHN H HOLT, Chalrmsu. J. B. McLrst, Secretary. seplT-l P ARSONS Givis Personal Attention to all Sittings. _ao29h QIL STOVES. We have in stock several different styles of Oil Stoves. Uy the use of one you can m va e preat amount of heat in the hom-e these » arm days. UEO. *. JOH.VmiV'S SOWS aul.">al? No. ma Malr Street Blank Books and Stationery, Day Books, Ledgers, Journals, &c., Pens, Inks and Pencils. Wall Papers and Borders. —BABY CARRIAGES.— STANDARD BUNTING FLAGS, Largest Stock and Greatest Variety in the City. Sold Retail at Wholesale Prioes by JOSEPH GRAVES, No. -JA Twe'fth «re« Telephone 240. Jy2 Q.OLD FISH! Silver Fish ! A frenh lot of flue, healthy Gold and Silver fl«h ]u«t arrived. We handle Globca, ritand* Feed and everything connected with the little beautif* 8top and see them In our window». Kp8 HrMI\ BROTH £ RH. I Wl New Fall —and— * Winter Dress Goods! NEW WOOL HENRIETTAS In the Correct Shades for the Season. _J ! L NEW BROADCLOTHS —NEW— Wool - Plaids ! And STRIP KS far Combination Bui ta. EHOSI SCHOPPSS'S Be« Fast Black Ladka" How, 25 Cents, Worth 40 Cents. J. S. RHODES & CO. JOHN E. M'KENNAN, Attornoy-nt-ljaw, No. 71 Twelfth Street, «Pi3« WHEELING, IT. ViL Iïf» JUrfrtiimfJili, riTANTED-A GOOD KIGHT WATCHMAN. IV Aypty at McLorc Soaaa. »|JH >£ i-ALE-TWO PIECES OP CHAIN 1« and M feet in kngth Apply at Riuianm t. seplfosdh AÎTOD TO BUY -50, Of« POCND-* GOOD Gstawba Grapes for win«. Add re« or call BORGE DCSCH, ICG! Market street Wheel F°; rffioe. W 2? w ANTID-GOOD AGENTS-AFPLY AT 2733 tsapiloe ggt _ rryjR SALS—A NUMBER OF LA* B00»£ r cheap. Achancetjrayoun«a«orney. Ap rical l»_llarkrtio«t an-Moo* Wanted-a s active manjojje ocr of empkmnenti to begin on "*f *I*f? Tu ry and war* himself op. m»fLr ,wn locality an old enabUsted house. Befer »ce» exrhAis^d. Gat"? *xxrr*cixai!M; lot's*. 30 R-eade St.. S. Y. tepl .cva» b_ F°K SALE, Cottage House. 5 rooms. No. C7H. York <iMji ffhtrtriing Island. Lot «0*1« fceL All modern mprovements. w v. HOGE * BRO.. seplte vdq !300 Market street gASE BALL. COLUMBUS vs. WHEELING, AT ISLAND BASE BALL PARK. Monday and Tuesday, Kept. Si »ad 25. Gam4 called at 3:30 p. m Admission 25 cents Soys 10 cents. Grand (tand 10 cents extra, se£3 POR CINCINNATI LOCISYILLE 1 and all way landings, the elegant i passenger steamer, NEW ANDES. Ihas. Mchlkma.v .Commander S£. P. Noll Clerk Leaves for the s bore on Tuesday. September 25th, at 3 p m., prompt. Fur full particulars tele phone. fcepitr PRANK BOOTH. Agent. JpOB HALE. Lot 4Ö11C0 eet, wi th stable, in Bellaire, Ohio, .'"ash, »2%. Property Twenty-seventh street, Wheeling, Rents for $s7.">: Price Ü500. Doable Krame hon»e on Wheeling Island, Cheap. A Foandry, Bakery, Green Honse, and Pr ntiug f»ffl -, »II cheap A good frame house, rtngie or louble, In Last Wheeling, very ' heat). GARYER BROS, Real Estaje Agonts, 1315 Market Sirett. »ep2t Wheeling, W. Va. NUTICE 6 hereby irivta "ha: I have this day sold mv Ft'ason a .d Caniage shop-, wi'h a 1 Its appurt* r.an-f-*. account .«sc., to Christian Lötz, «r., wno ••ill hereafter conduct the business. Ihankirg the public for pa*t favors. I solicit a continuante [>f the Mae for the new tirm. FRANK LÖTZ Wheeling W. Va., Sept A), 1*»k. II1 wuun miu wnu »v .v . _„v. n-.tice to tot? public gen-raiiy, that Mr. Frank Lo i is authorized to coodoc the business in my name. and ha» full authority to collect al! ar oouTitfi and trarsact a'l b ;sine*sof the Arm. A »hare of ihe pvtmuag. of the public U re»oect rullv soiciud. CHRISTIAN LOtZ, S* Wheeling. W Va . Sept. 20. 1n48 sep-Jis N OTICE TO CONTRACTORS-1 WILL OF . fer at public sUe, on Ho«'» Ruh. on Sat urday, September 29, IS«, at 10 o'clock a. m., the Msson-yof Four Bridges. The masonry to be ranged nek work wltn pi'ebed pointa No course to be lew thsn 12 Inch«-* In thickness. All itone to b« laid on their quary bed. Full plan* Mi'l specifications vrith Road Surveyor on day t>f sale. Surveyor rt#erves the right to ob;ect tô suy bid m »fing unreasonable. J. n. RKILI.Y, Road Surveyor of Cnion District, Marshall Co., W. Va. sep.tXdz ALIV ;e, Practical School. Three separate cour»es. Preparatory, Com tnercial and Phonographic. Night School. Ladies admitted. Please call »r send for catalogue. Address, WHEELING BUSINESS COLLEGE, aulSa^JRsb Wheeling, W. Va OTICE. WjiKKi.15'., W. V.l., Sept. 5, JSSS. The fir*t ra^t'.rg of the Stockholder of the Crystal liliu« Company for the purpose of meeting f Bosi'l of Dir> rtois and lraa«actiug mch other jbroiness **■ may be lawfully b ou;;ht teforethem, will be held at whst is known as :he 1 aBeile GlawCo » office, Wdgeport. 0.,on rut~dav, "ept. 25, at 4 p m. By nro-rof the wp?.lli21 INCORPORATORS. AS GLOBES! lia« Shades and Chimney?, at all prices. EWINO BROS. se p.'J 1215 Market St.. opp. McLorc Heese "AN INDISPENSABLE BOOK." Oiitlini'S of Univei^al Histoi-v i BYGE0R6B PARK FISHER. I.L.D., Professor in Yale College. Contains 32 Fine Colored Maps, showing the r".*ograrhv o' the eading nattons a» all import ant periods of their history. This feature alone mnt> - itd-'s'rab e. to say nothing of its literary »nd H'to-ical ment* Dr. MeCosh, of Princeton, »aid, ' It i« '.nd («pensable 'o me ai e. work of ref ereuce " L<-fte l.'mo. 074 pages, bound In half Morocco, Library »trie. Prie«*, ICt.OO. Sent ky mail on receipt of price. Stanton Sc Davenport. sep'22 r Public Sale. npilK CITV OF WHEKI.INO, THBOCOH ITS Finance Committee, by the authority of Council, »111.on Nnlurdsy, September 29 IHK8, at 10 o'clock a. m, offer for s«le at public suction at the front door of Ihe Court H'.rjse of Ohio County, all of that part or paTel of ground known m th* Old 4'onrl lionne Properly, including the improvements there on, situate on the southeast corner of ('hapilne and T»el!th streets Wheeling, W Va. TERMS OF BALE-One third cafh and as rnoch more ss the purcha^r a ay elect; balance In two equal payments at »ix and twelve mouths with interest. The highest and best offer will be reported to Council for confirmation or rejectlon. P. B. DOBBINS, sop221 Chairman Finance Committee. tied -blre. We bare « U-fe to" of Red Pire In Stick*. lOo. and. 200. The 10 cent »ticks a-e used for »hon t-arnle* etc. Special Low Price* to Hub*. Fresh Roasted [ofees FINE DRAWING TEAS. CONNEÄ & BAEDEKER. m-20 Corner Market and Fourteenth «lwn. RHINE WT/IÊS! M*rMbraarr, I.lfkfran xiieb.a Krbnrkrr, Heir (Meiner, LanbfahelHrr. —CHAMPAGNES— Pomery A <>reno Kre, Dae de Mnlebelle, B. H. Inma't, Roaeke« See, ««Id Heal. California Wines and Clarete. P. WELTY & CO., WHOLESALE LI«rOI*. de.O QASH FOR JUNK. Hickfrt rasb price paid for Wranrbt and Caat Iron, ( opper. Bra», and all ktndi of Woolen aad Mia up, Bobber. Hope. Old Booka, Ac. Per mi« baring qnftntitius for «ale will make money >t telephoning ALFBKD DIM MICK, MOS Chapiin« Street Telephone No. M6. atrtSd*e piANO FOR SALE. If roa want to bar a fine UPRIGHT PIAXO, at a Great Bargaia, Call imised lately at F. W. BAUXER * CO.'S, tepl7 1110 Market Artet p PAYS TO TRADE AT H. F. BEHREMS' STORES. SCHAB, COFFEE, TEA, rUVB, ind all Groceries at aatooiahing pile«. Btorea 217 and 2219 Market atraet Branch Store eer ier Tbirty-cighth and Jacob treeo. an30 »AAA A MOSTTL AtmttWmmiM. m beat »an ^anriturf ni Carpets. WORTH LISTENING TO Tod««] U la. Tha «tory t« twin« told about the cmnjlilw and etMpMëwr ••Beaut if al Spring ßtoc^ Knthoaiaam orer It knowa no bounda. Itplaaa« etctjbu»ly. ECSTATIC EXCLAMATIONS GREET THE EAR ! ▲od all are eager to proclaim the fret that Um QUALITY, STYLES PRICES I Rat« no eqnal. We tosow it and leel »*ood of iL 1Y> that end we bead all our eflbtt* and th« result is eminently saii'tfactory. Gall and Me a* before roc buy FORUM, limn, III (LOTIS, Or aaj-tMn* in oar line. We know that ira can aatlrfy yoo. W# WILL GREET YOU CORDIALLY, Lnd permit yon to make a critical examination of onratock and oompartJon of pricaa bafcri boyln» Frew & Bertschy, 111-7 MAIN STREET. <THp«fial ailralion (• rndrrt«kla( and «rt»rl*t taMlMiaf. T*l*> | phan* mill iiaawrrfil Hi all linnrK I csfurniture—<g. Jflrndrl & (To. These You ff ant i Sa The comoinaiion is offered in our Great Stock of New and Fashionable Goods vyhich includes all things new and desirable for Fall and Winter in the line of Furniture of All Kinds, Carpels, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats,&c, Examination Will Show that Our Stock is Especially Strong in Style. Besides being Unequalled in Variety and First in Favor because of the High Grade Quality of Our Goods. Nothing will Convince like Personal Inspection, that forSea sonable GOODS and Reasonable Pi-ices, the Best Place is at G. MENDEL & CO. fourniture »and • Gart>ets+ NO. 1134 MAIN STltEET. * »*"UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. fHIIW, W. VA. (Oil CM DEPEND UPON IT!1 There is 110 pnr*r or lwin«r article made than LOGAN c*> OO.'S k'lsior ß;ikifiLr Powder. u It does it* vnrk better promote* digestion, and n the end 1» cheaper than any of the cheap or gift" taking powder* Atrial will prove the ruth of our Maumtnt. "BEST PILL I EVER USED."! This U what people who a:e well known My about IiOGAN dks GO'S HOMESTEAD LIVER -PILLS. Large and Small Pill* in each box. •FRESH GOODfEVERY DAY We are now opening invoice* of TOILET GOODS. PEK Fl* M E RI ES, SHOE BRUSHES, TOOTH BRUSHKH, Ac. LOGAN & CO., DraggiRtii, Bridge Corner. ealtaat M. REILLY, —WHOLESALE— Grocer, Pork Packer, ASlt CUBER OF THE Celebrated "Strawberry Hams," 1309 and 1311 Main St., WEEBLISO. W. VA. My own rare of Choice Smoked Meat* delivered dally from m y Fork Hooae at Man chester. The LARGEST STOCK OP General Groceries 15 THE STAT«. HE4D4FARTEKH VOB Taylor's Patent and family Flour. HEALQUABTKRS FOR TH1 Celebrated "AUROMA" Coffee. W Pule Agent for Dupont'« Sporting. Mining md Biaatlng Powder. mrM K. GIFFEN A CO., state Agent* for .Superior .Grain lMlla. Thonp no'a Broad «apt Seed Sower, U. T K. Spring rooth Harrow«, Kvina" Smoothing Harrows, Ai >!on Sulkey Harrow*. Laad Bollen. fltntiman'a rmit Evapormlort, American CJder M ilia. Comapoodeaee solicited, and orrlçr» prmaptlv Hied. R. K. OIFFHÏéCOT^ aaZ7 Ka 18» Wain 8t. Wheeling. %. y» JUST OPENED. AM KUBAjrr UXI OF 9E00RATE0 CHAMBER SETS )eeeratc4 Tea u4 Diaaer Ware, 6»e aid fish Sets, Cat aa4 Eagrartë tilaiswan, Broaze aa4 Bisqae OraaaMata, lad a Large Variety of Fancy Good*. t—yia tion reapectftüly Invited. JNO. FRIEDEL, m2S lilt M>la mm* 11— Wrtw Ifc Jlor Sal*. SALE. Jf°* At Valley Grove, eleven in !i cat-art of Wb«Mn*. on the Natloutl Pike, and Id right of railroad dation, * Uiv dwelling and ►ubK-andaufflcleni land for good ganl« n. Will n-ll tor f 1,800, which It lei« than oast of building». J AHM L. RAWLIY, JjrJl It» Main Mroet. TRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue ok a dekd or trcht Mali to roe a* trif,et. by Michael Muffaoy ■ Ann Muffanjr. hi» wile, da'ed the 17th oay n • uoc, iw, md reronlod Id the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Ohio county. Bute of Witt Virginia, in Deed of /runt Kok Ho. 19, pa^c 35, I will on TbNnMlny, IH-taber 4, Ulk commenciez ai >0 o'cUx k a. m., at the front (aortb) door of the f'onrt Howe of »aid Ohio co'inty in the city of Wheeling oflTur at public »ale, at auction, the f-.lowing deem bed real property, >:tu*te lu the »aid city and county, to wn A p!n* or [.:w: of rrnut.d in that part of Mid city laid out a* an addition thereto by John M<:I.ure, atid Irwud'*! ax follow«: Heginninfal a point where the *»o h line of Die Im alley parallel with and «nub of H lea «ireet »Ulk»» the National road; tiu new couthwafd along the wettern tide of tail rdkd. about ««««nty (70) ft at, tir re or le«a, tn Mr». Koa h a Une; thence we« with Mr«. Roach 'a line on« hundred and elxty three ( 16*) feet, more or le»«, to Phillip«' 1IM; thence north with said Phillip«' tinea flfty-elx (M/ feet to the alley af r aald; tbenoe eaat with rn'il alley two hundred and aliteen (M) feet, more or Ic«, to tr e place of begroalng; UwetbT with all the building* and improvement toemon and the appurtenancn thereunto in any wl*e be ton* lag or appertaining. Term« of i aale to he o&o-half, and aa much mme a» the purchaaer may chooae to flee, cash at the time of aal», the balanoe. If ai,y. to be pall in «ix month« and to be rrldeootd b» a pr^muwoy tier -tie' 1<- r.ote at »ix mont ha. witk £rvt pe'sonai «^enrity, headng lnureat from te; and the title to »aid property to bo held by thetn>Rtee nntii jMTinent ta rail. 1 be title Ii heller« <5 to t* good, but Um aale and conveyance will to only of th) right aad title I held aa uo«tee aa above meutiooet DKMI8 OKI xrrt, ««►41 Trott «•. F°R M S"' RENT. Hum w,m No. 10t2 Ifaln tfrMC. Mvwal Of fice« and room*. lodging room* In Bafly'« H. roun, lyl4 im JJVJB RENT. The Desirable Boftiiesg H*»se Now occupied by na. Par J irther paitinlaa call on WICKHAJf °& OONAtD, Baa* Sail •epl»h tSU Mai« ftisottfltsl. ST. JOHN S MILÏTARY SCHOOL ■ AVLIVft, M. Y. Clrll Purin«* ring. CI—<ea 1 Br Birr W.U. HT^TIKOTO*. i ht. Cou W. VEBsEK, angleod. WASHDfOTOV ni LES mrriuiTT, UXU0T9I, TA. Aevfemlc Department«: Law; Kogl* MT. DE GHAMfAL, KoarWMtof,«. Vt. awn— or ima mtfvnomj ▲ Khootof I FOR MER0NLY.'£ WMk^nj, oawitsnl !■ QIAIPOPgBABMini MABTIN HAYDEN, -"A BOT HERO". limtOIMOrUALWATit m-Lâm*l« U.»iadM'ewi um»m sasMggsftar—g OPERA HOüSET ONE NIGHT. Friday, September 18,1888. GOSKBOC8 rmoDconov or WILLARD SPENSER'S AXU1CA.V JAPANESE —Comic Opera— THE LITTLE TW! IltaaMMd by a Gmi ' omp^i r a! 52 ARTISTS 62 MAGNIFICENT CUSTIMES! «RAND SCKSIC EFFECTS! ENCHANTING irSIC ! A Pb«oocMa*l s ver» Thnwtboat the Entlf* U»1 #• A I»L*»ton T5 «ad Wppt.6*. Imp »vi laut, n.oo gotiuiMlflU Houw'« «oaf nop tn coram ao* W»<a><tor. *» ptmNr > tug FOB BENT. No KU Cfcoalttw tt. Fifth ml KV) m rire fcMBi U»u« on *ootb Via *. luvl Xiv 36) OoU U . roc m», $* « va Äl irMl •*-. ihM* room» 9* » V.» as K.I 1-nth it . lour raoav M GO FOR SALE Ko. Uti Jarob * Mnry brick. H W> Moa 2*3 and 22M Ma n m . * room« «od Nor« room. M »*1JB ft«: 'eitfa veil; H.391 No 1IX l>off « . all r»« Vi HO». Huune anU iot u Ho K> Zan« K-. • rami and ] iule mon» a'l airmen taproveaxsu. Tim kit r «omM». K'« IIOOM arvi loi Ko. M S H".rr t» H«nl. I7W. H0*1* u4 tot No SttChtpUsdC, Fifth »art, wm. Boom and \ Lot. X« M Fifteenth »trm, m roc m*, ford r» lia/, taihmoaa. pamo. Batur«! I« rtty [M and wau_r a od <* on ü Wahath «C. Island Ii MO. House and iot en*. Jamb and Alk»? 0. fi an A fvtd bui'.ding lotoo Jacob«.. Eighth aanl Right Arn« of Land »Ith a Mr noa ( ouwi Bouac at Hb Gt*a 14.000. Two Lou ou Booth fmn itract, laland. blrk fmtlftd. tl/UX Ooe-half lot and Tw*> Boom. Koa 111 and ill Fiwteeu h urf*t tt,y< No «• Market *•«*♦. Two Lo-s and Three 3oc'^. R*.r l» for ttlfD pft mot>tb. f*.0W Kara of M) am al Rooey'a Fotnt k. Va Apply 10 V. B. kl MUA BT Baal Estate Ai«at and Ixtan Braker, 'IM Kartet Ptrae« linkt gAJJKGFTHEOHIO VALLEY 8tv« a»J <3ty r>«p>^lu>ry fwrkhoMofi Doubly LU»le. riPiràL »I7»,aaa ftarernsaetit and Local BjoJs Usoght and aoU. Dräns issued on any point la Europe, m wall is on the pr.arlpai titiaaof the ('tiled Maus A général banking boalnna transartad. WM a I4RTT. Prealdeat, WM. H S IM PHOS. Vice Preaiderl ]«U F. r. JRfSON. Osablar. J^XCHANGE BANK. CAPITAL L ». VANCE. _....! Fremdem 1 8. DRLAfLAJN VU* Präsident «Mcidi: J. V. VAS' Y 8 BORRHR1MRR. JOHN M. BROWN, W. «II IN '.H A M L. B. DEL4FLAIM, A. W KELLBY, JOBN FREW. Draft» laaued en England. Inland. Pootlai.l iad ail pointa ln Eorvpe. ■y« JOHN J. JONE«. 0Mb 1er. RATIONAL BANK OF W. VA. AT WrtB«Lfc*0. APn Al. MN,M & uthwest torner of Malu and Twelfth Ma DOBS A ORNERtL BANK1N« Bl'glNMA maacroas Al'ODIT ROLF, JJHN WAURRR, MICHAEL RK1LLY, k W. HASLBTT, R. W. OfiLIB'.Y, J R. Ht X>CRTNEY. CHA& W. BROCErNUft. KARL W. (XjI.RBA Y. lr.*d«M. COAB. W. BROCKCRIKR. VU» Prêtai JOBN WAUNRR, Cashier LAWRENCE R HAND*. ArtTaat CaahUw Aaeadaeat U tke Unstitatiga. DINT RRMUTIIOM No. !• PBOFOMHO Ad AMENDMENT TO TBE OONBTIÎITION OF TBI4 HTATE tasoieed by the I-egUUtnre of Waat Virginia, two-thlnfc of all the RMMBben elacud la aach House agreeing Um rata: L Tb» w lowing a-ne: .d'août to Artleia 111. if IbaOoostttatioii of tb» Mate ba, and ibesaae prr*i*w.â. to-wtt; wHoq ihlnoro, ar Article ill. a* K striken ou«, a jd Iba lotlowla« laaartad _ r_ su'u at com moo lav. wbr« Iba Un mtiuovaray asoeads t want y dollai«. e« re of totere« a'id or»ta, Iba right M trial by nry, If laqulaad bp at'ber partp, abail ba pea tread, and In «neu aalt bilan a lasdta, a jary naycmutxnf mi penoua. Agreed to February *1, \W.