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Rcmors are ail *t thit Pittsburg ft=el kiojfi inlead to make ic iß'jrts to defeit the re-electicn tf Hon. W. L. Wil eon. Bcodie will be their instrument and crisp two dclltr bills w:ll be thicker than le »Tel i i Vallambrosia. There is do man 'whom highly prot >ctcd monopolists would ra'.her »es defett <d lor Congres» than W. L# Wilson. He he9 med? a bold and aggres sive warfare op>n then in ths interest of the peiple. Will the ptople etand by hiui now? The honest voters of the Sec ond District should and vie believe will resent this bold and shameless boost tfcat their ballot I can be hoigh». Wm. L. Wils on will be their next congressman bj an overwhelming msj rity. * Ulf DEE Djmocrat c admiuiatrjton, the average di-t-ibutibh school fand for 18 year-» has been $M5,310 .">3. la the y*r 1887 it amounted to ^ 87. Dar ing s'x years of Republican eoaUol of this »Ute, the average «ai $152 30<,G1, the highest amount for any one you wa* $.'33,139.012 Dimocratic administration increased the di'tii^niab'e schcol fand 8t» p*r en*., at the samo tima that the pop ulation of the state increased 50 per c?nt These a*e the fl*nie», the «suits of Demo cratic honesty and economy. The results of the u'hcot system have been well takan care of by Democratic oÛk i»ls. Ia there aiy good reus >n, why those in to resta should b? transferred ftoj» experienced, oprght, and capible, public servants, ta mco un tried And unknown io the state servie*? A POIJÏTKB. There is a «aie political "pointer" in the Republican paiaie Monday night and ont that poirts to an overwhelming Demo cratij victory in this sectiop. Whtth«r the same ratio of Democratic victoiv wi<l held good throughout the Sate we canret jud<etili oar Republicai friend« in otter 9:ctiors a'so attempi to do something big. Moud ay night'.* tara te was heralded far in *rivarce, and tto moet extraordim ry efforts made on the part of the lccsl man. - g-rs to g»t enthusiastic Republicans to tarn ont They worked like heaven. They did their beet They can do no mere. What «m the molt? A parade of %t00 men, 2,100 of whom cam« from Pittsburg and other Pennsylvania towns.' Had it been good we »«her the parade wonld have bead larger, of coarse, bat the proportion ' of Wot Virginia voters in lin« would have been le», for the t>wn was sprinkled with Penaeylvaaia Repnblicaes, who refused to walk in the pend», owing to the way it was botched and the muddy streets. The whole «ff*ir is tiimdeeat of wide ead Republican apathy in thi« 8t*te. | « Pentsylvani»na w«*® b*** lo ell the rinks of the Wert Viraiaiacs and turned out that the Peansylvanians latitatf d the whole turn-on^ the few »t Virginians being entirely lort artoag m. romp*re thie 700 tarn out of Wert Vir >ia Republicans with the 1,800 or 1,400 »t Virginia Democratic deawnstration oe w«eks ago, betöre the campaign had ome heated or the Denotate organised, 1 we bare an omen that is delightful to mocrate and terribly disheartening to publicise. iOFF-a LEGISLATIVE RECORD. A* hen the Republican pjrty oontrtlUd s State it witlded its jower with an in nren» toward the Southern p»ople that i sever been forgotten, ani never will • o lor g as it retains its old intolerant 1 sectional lejders. We judge the Re blican party by its fruits, and can s«e ie»«on to tbiuk that its old leaders e changed ta»ir nature. It has besn short a while ago, and their leaders still too young to have outlived their - .onal prejadi«9, if they ever will out < them. iE*. Oofk's recird i? too fresh ia the ids of all. "be records sbow bim to have btea a og man and yet unlike a young man: heart give u"> sympathetic beat for h:s reastd fellow man of the South; that hs « a lawyer, and yet he was unwilling to mit Southern men, who were of his own fessfon, to earn food and raiment for ir families by the practice of law; and t he had been a solciar, yet had no rnacimity far the gallant men who hid a his courajtooos foes. They were down he kickt d them. i the legislatures of 1867 and 1868 this og man, this s>ldier, this lawyer, was legUe from the county of Harrison, u February 1st, 1867, be voted for a • law which prevented aU who c:uld take ths test oath, that they had not îe arms in the C<»afederary, from seiv on a jury. He use bill 22, Journal, i 88. a February 25th, 1867, lis voted for the itration law, >,hich male the^ame dic tion Iwiween onr citions. Uoua- bill Touru*l, page 241. a February 10, 1868, he voted for an rney'a teit oath bill, lie'ng Hoate * ill to amend sections 2 and 3 of cb. 164 of Tod? of Virgiaia, this being to bar out /ere who fought on ths Santbera side, nh tfee rebellion had bsen suppresstil three year»». a February 18, H68, he voted to indefi y postpone Ho 383 bill 85, "A bill to al ch. 79 of the Acts of 1865 entitled, act to prevent the prosecution of suit« the suing out of pro*, eje by persons en d in the rebel lo a.' " i tbe same day he voted »;;»irst an id ment for tbe purpose of npealiuji ittoraeyf." t?st oatb, offered to t'ie bill ermit Col ALEXANDER MuNUüE, of pshiic coanty, to practice law with uking a test oatb. i February 19. 1868, he voted for a o prevent "rebtlV' collecting interest lie« during tbe timetliy were within !onfederate lines. February 28, 1*68, he voted t> re j Judge Wm. L HlKDMAN for allow iAMt iL A. Miller and D. S. Hol'n ,l to practice law witboit takiDg the >atb. March 2, 1868, be vttad against an idinent for the purpose et repeîling Attorney's teat oath, offered to the o permit Col. J. W. Davis, of Gic?n ccuaty, to practice law auhout tak be test oatb. March 5, 1868, he voted agsinst tak rom tbe table Hon» Joint Re olntion *bich declared that some regis'ration rs should bs appointed from the party e mirority. What more just meaa han this! Jane 13, 1868, he voted for chapter '.be Code of 186*, i. e., on elcctioas •egistratioo. the san;e day be voted for chapter 9 ? same Code, prescribing the test oitb 'ice re. ie:e can we go and find a record con lg mrra heartlee*ne*s, Rectional bate nhumanity toward the opprcsted and ty stiickca people of the SoutL? Can ust a party, or a mtn, that has such a record, made so short a wbile f go? IT WONT WORK. NEIGHBOR. The Intelligencer is caught with Chris tian regularity in a campeun lie every day, or whenever we hate the leisnre to itlaoee over ita cilnruns. Constquer.tly the Intelligencer would go cut of its way a g>od piece to be ab!e to prove that the Krc.ister hed made a mittaten < nt. It hasn't done so y et. It tried to yeiterday and affectel to go into a catnip fit frcin ow-virtuousnees over an alleged garbling of an utterance of Gen. Gokf, at Martin )>arg. This is tt» baldest absurdity, con sidering ttoat Goff had nothing to say. Bat to prote to the Intelligencer that *e did not garble one ofGokf's ctteraccee tnd that we have neither cause cor deeire to eic ufle from oar columns anything lien. Guff, or aoj other Ii?pnbl\'to stumper can s?y in th's campaign, vu herewith print the Intelligencer'$ version el Goff's language, which that pppax y»l's that the Rkuistkb "garbled:" Now, gentleman free whisky Is not an iseue in »hi* ntnv«M, but I have no hesitancy it my injr. a« I indicated a ux< meal mo. 1 am no ukulk 1 have always from my boyhood endeavored to be a man from the iftound up. What 1 am. 1 am, and I make no concealment, ft» betweeu in Jury to our protected in 'usines and ihn rope »1 of the Internal revenue law», 1 will rote >o re peal th»» int. mal reveaue laws everyday of my life, and thaid><eanot mean free whissy, either It meana that your State of Went Virginia will '.ake hold of the question %nd t*x th« whisky if she desire® ju«t as the Federal Government do s n-*>w; and tobacco and other things the State will t-»x also. *nd »o lighten the burdens ou your farms and homes We s h til leave it to any impartial citi zen, or tj Gen. Goff himself, if the Kegi teb's .eport garble«! him. There is noth ing in it worth garbling, even if the Keois tek were ia the habit of doicg that sort cf thing We have only to turn to Bliisk's Paru memage for the reflation of all that The Inteligneer's readiness at all time* to a* en* ita political op[oaen!s of dis honesty is the belt evidecce of its own character. An hoaeet man doee not eee a liar in every bïdy who ditfers from him. Good humor is the health of the tool, sadness it« prison. The humor ia yoor b'coi is not gco3; drive it oat with War ner a LigCabia Sarsiparilla, and thus drive oat the sadness that holds yon it* priai cer. 1*20 dote?, fl. All drojgiate keep it. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby vos aie*, we gmve her Caatoria. When she was a Child, the cried for C&storia, When she became -Miss, che cluag to Castoria, Wb«o ah« had ChUdraa, sh« g»r» th«m Outoria ▲ HUNDRID YEARS A HI BO ! How S«th W»rn«r Won ■ Wlf» and B*. «BM Famous. OoJ. Seth Warner, o' Vermont, tb« fa moos baro of the Bevedutienary wnr. was» Unding flgb'er for ibe Hampshire g<*n's These title# were disputed by the State of New York, atd it» authorises obtained an edict of tbe King of England in tbtir favor. The wttlera were stnng by tbefup potsd injustice. This state of things brought Colonel 8eth Warner to the front. With Etban Allen and ethers he actively oprowd e*ery tffart ol the New York 8Uti authorises to enforce po*s*ion, and final ly be, with A'lea and others, were out lawed and a prie® put on their hea-îs ! To circumvent New York, it wa» necea sary th*t iome oae chuuld g J in'o that S'ate and gain required informatioo. Col. Warner, aeeumiog for siftty 1he ntoe of "Dr. Howard," undertook this psnlcui and roman' ie journey. While on bis way h-ms he stopped at a country inn, where an old gentleman and dangh'er were stôrm-bonnd. Tbe fatter fell ill and the daughter called upon Ocl Warner, who. with his wide knowledge of simple remedies, fucceeffully treated the "old iran," and he finally won th:s de voted woman for a wife. Sach iccidents were rot uncommon in thorn years. When the «Îoîtor was rot < aeily reached, months of »icknese, and even li'e were often saved by some unpro fessional friend versed in the use of simp e herbs and roots. The be »Ith of early iei tlere and their powere of endurance con vinces ui that such medicines did only good and left no poison in the blood to work as mach injury to ihe system ts wooli the dite ise its»If. In tims of peace the Colore' w?8 in con stant demand for his knowledge tf timple remedies and their power over disease. Bnt it was .'ef* to another of his name of the present age to give to tbe puulic what was then u-ed with auch Foeitive sncoeer Warner for over a hundred years has ehired with Ethan Allan the admiration of tbe American people. Colonel Seth Werner belongs to a fatply of wide distinction; no lew th»n eight members thereof won fame in the regular practice of medince. Looking to the adoption by the people of tbi* generation of the old time simple rem*dies, hi* direct deecedant, H. H. War ner, the well-known proprietor of War net 'a safe cure, for many years bas b;en experimenting with old time r.'ots aid herbs formu'seand, his search having been finally rewarded with eucceas, he gives the world the remit. These re<ip«and for raa'a: in other days ec:oinplisbed great things because tbey were pare'.y vcg^able and comhirel sittplfsoas to core the dis ease indicated, without injury to tbe sj stem. In harmony with their old time character, we learo the t he prrposes to cUl them Warner's L^g Cabin remedies, using es a trade-mark an old-fashioned American log cabin. We und» ntand that he intends to pat forth a 'Varsapsrilla" for tbe blood, the saraiparilla itaelf being but oae of a no tuber of simple and effective elercer.t-; "Log Cabin Lops and bucbu," a gjnerel s'omach tonic and inviterator; "Log Cabin tongh and oneumption remedy." ''Warner's Log Cabin hair tonic;', a prep ara'ion lor that universal disease catarrh, called "Log Cabin rose cream;" "Warner's Log Cabin plasters;" and "Wari or's Log Cabin liver p'lls," wb'ch are to be ueel in concrétion with the o'.her remedies, or indnendenfly as lequired. Warnei's safe retcediesare already stand ards of the mo-t pronounced stieattfif value in all parte of the world, Mid we ha*c no doubt tili LoijCabiu rem*di-s, 1er th* diseases they are inter dtd^ to cure, will In of »quäl merit, tor Mr. Warner has tie repntarioa of connecting his name with no preparation that is rot merito rious. DKMOCK VTS AT PIEDMONT. Hold A BIjc Meeting »nd Hear Three Good Speeche». sjxeial CvrTfxixmdcncc of Ute KcçUter. Piedmont, W. Va., October 14.—The Democracy of Keyeer and vicinity, bad a ronsing demount rat ion 'ait night to be»r Ex. Congicsman Gibson, of the 4th dis trict, »nd W. H. Travers of Jeffeifon. A special was raa from Piedmont carrying the Democratic Club, headed by the band, and accompanied by manyoftae leading Democrat« of that p'ace. For sjme ctu-te the speakers did not arrive, and the lions. Wm M. Welch, Geo. E Pried and C. W. Daily each in tnrn addressed the meetiog. Mr. Welch pkii fa:ticular attention to •be incot sietsnty of the Kepub'iu*n cry of interest in the laboring man, and their tariff legislation iu lavor of wealth, and especially urged upon democrats lbs ne cessity of standing by tb« state end county ticket. Mr. Piicediscns-ei the general issues of tbe campaign v<ry p.bly and at <onsie'e" able length end le^ived tbe urgent at tention of both putiei. Mr. Da If male one i f bis chani tiristic address aud punttoml Gen. Gaffs c'a mn of in*e-ed iu the labt r men, ibe minej, the factories •>nd railr< ads of the state. 1 hi organiza tion in this pirt of the state wilt He com plete ar.d thi state and cooniy titket will g»t the tuppjrtof the tut ire party eni will ba eleittd. Col. A. R. White Denies the Cb«r(r. To I ht isiitor of the R(pister: You quote from the ParkerebnrgSrii/i'»«/ a pquib in regird to myself and my pri vate business. Allow me to say that I never eaid that which the Sentinel at tributes to rue and that when the State Joarnnl is offered for sole it will bo time *nooyh to wy fo. I certainly know my own plan?, and for the sake of the several li«tie Wed Virginiars my own family would haid'y fee investing in property in this S'atc as oxt«»sively as I am, did I in tend le»ving The »vidtnt jay it worll afford some of my Dimocrst'.c friends to have me remove is a étions motive for me to ren>a:n where I am and "tight it ont on that liu%" Very truly, A. B. Wkitk. The Last Hanne Town Gone. Hambi hg, October 15.—Two tloamsd catt>ms officials were employed h»re yes terday in to'lecting from the citizen?« d-< Urations of the poss-tsionof dutiable art'chs, the dut'es whereon luve belonged to the Hambarg S'ate, bat wliYh will in future so >nt > thelirpeii»1 treasury, Ham burg receiving a military eubaidy of five m liioo marks ancua'ly. He Wilt Snub Mttrkenzle. LoNnov, October 15.—Dr. Bergmann told the TV/ryr^j/t'tfForlia reporter on Sun day that the German doctors would not notice Dr. Mackenzie's charges, ïs their answers titbem were contained in tbeir o«»n « ßicial report on tbe En psio- Fred erick's c»«*\ wbeiein f very separate charge atainst them was sufficiently refuted. »«•»(•rviiijjof Confid'iicf.-There is no article which so rlch'jr deserves the entire con fidence of the community as Brown's Bron chial Trocmks. Tho«e suffering from Asthmatic and Bronchial Diseases, Ceughs, and C.lds should try tliem Price cents. MARRIED. McCRUM—McAi'AMS— At »he res'dence of the bride's ftith«r. James McAdams, Jjsq .Tues day, Octob«* 16. JSSS, by Re-v. J. T. McClure, Mr. John MoCkcm to M:ss Jam D. McAdams. GI.KASCN —On Monday, Octol>er 15, 1SS8. at 11:15 p. m , Ciiari.es J. Glkason, aged 3f' years. Funeral lrom his late residence, No. 3826 Me Collouoh »treet. Thursday morning. Mass at Church of Immaculate Conception at 10 o'clock Friend"* of the family are invited to attend. Interment at Mt. Calvary cemetery. BROWN-Tuesday mornin?, October 16,18», Ahamail M. Brows, in her fr.Mh year. Funeral from the residence of C. P. Brown, No. 63 Fifteenth street, Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Intorment private. McCLXAN -On Friday. Od ober 12, 1*88, at Galnsvilie, Ky . Mrs. Maby Mi-Cli o.' daughter of the late Noah Z*n<>. in her 76th year. The Farm at Present Occupied by J. D. Nichols And al<o s SMALL FARM adjoining the ore mentioned above. Enquire at the residence of died. BENT. wilv MKt. BOBLST MARSHALL, f w Jttj %ivtriismnt%. anted-a girl to cook-call at 1117 Chaplin« street. oclTi WANTED—IMMEDIATELY—TEN CA RPEN lew. Apply at Bellaire Window h Um Work». eclßr Losr-A SILVER WATCH-ON MARKET street, 1a« evening: initial« ' P. B " on aae. The finder will be rewaidel by returning to tbii office. ocl6r For revt-thbee new brick houses on TMrteentn street, enst of Eiff, each oon tulning s rooms, besMc-e Bath room and Laundry. Thene houses buveall the modern improvements, comforts »lid convenientiea Inspection invlttd, THOl O'BRIEN, 121S E if street. ocl6s T7WND-ON MA'N ST., NORTH WHEELING. X* 1» parcel. Owner can have »ame by proving property and paving for thi< advertisement JAMES HlUAN 7'J Maio street. ocl5 ANTSD-A WOMAN OF SENSE, EOERQY T» and rcspeitabiiiiy tor cur buiiqefs in her locality. Salary about 83«» per month. Penra ne'it position. Reference« exchanged Address Manufacturer's 9upt., Lock B.x I5M, N. Y. oclfoawb "ANTED—A GOO'» SECOND IUND Baker Tv at once, at No. 514 Market street, Ste»ben Tille, Ohio. oc!3a W' T7*OR HALE-TWO PIECES OF CHAIN 14 " and 84 feet in length. Apply at Register office. aepISeadh }7U)R SALE-A NUMBER OF LAW BOOKS " cheap. A chance fur a young attorney. Ap ply at 1225 Market street. RU.1«eodx For rjnt-saloon and grocery in Burlington. Inquire on the premtfcea, or my saloon in .K.iiavilie for particulars. JOHN ULRICH. c-teadra <^ECOND GRAND BALL TO BE liivm BY TBK BAKEBS OF WHEELING, SATURDAY, OCTOBER JOth, 18«, At Germania Hall. •»■Admission, 23c. Music by Mayer's Of Chestru. ocl/q ÜRASS FENDERS ! Nickel Bar Fenders! Bras« Bar Fenders ! Black Bar Fenders! Common Fenders! At the Hardware and House Furnishing Store ol NESBITT BRO , • oclTweiasat 1312 Market Street. TZEîE HOTEL WINDSOR, NOW OPEN. This Hotel Is delightfully situated, with large, newly furnished and well ventilate J rooms. All modern improvement*, and first class in ever; respect Special accommodations for Commercial Men, **-Terms 8- 50 to ?::.00 per day. M BWILLY. I p-.nH.inr« JOHN II. HOBBS, ; p«>prietont. K B CARNEY. (late of Queen City Hotel, Cumberland, Md..) sep.'irdd Manager, New Fall —and— Winter Dress Goods! In the Correct Shades for the Season. And STRIPES for Combination Suit«. BARGAINS? HOSIER! SCHOI'PEr.'S Best Fast Black I adits' Hose, 25 Cents, Worth 40 Cents. J. S. RHODES & 00. sep!3 ENGINE FOR SALE. Olio I'JvjO (forljr lo llfiy CNlimMrd horic |i<i«er.) <>ond I»* new. only run about two yi'sr* with hr»t of fare, Wilt «ell this 4>n|;iu<> forSISO, to be «lellvered nbont Orcein bor 1st. X<>>» In MNC Ht our Work«. oclOi BLOCH It RON. QIL STOVES. Wo have in stock several different style« ol Oil Stoves. By the tue of one yoti can save a Rreat amount of heat in the home these warm days. «KO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS, aul">4l7 No. 1210 Mala Street WEBER Piano For Sale. We have a Fine Weber Piano, used but a short time, which we offer for 8275. F. W. BADMER & CO., ncpS 1310 Market street JUST OPENED. AN KI.KU »NT LINK OF Decorated Tea an it [»inner Warp, Game and Fish Sets. Cut and Engraved Glassware, Bronze and lii^qne Ornaments. And & Ijuyo Varietv of Fancy floods. Inspec tion respeuftiLy invited. JNO. FRIEDEL, ni2S III» MmIh an4 lia«» WMrrNU. Attention, Sportsmen!! Our Stock of Fine Breech Loading Guns, far Fall Trade, if now complete. We hare Gun* from to 1150 each, representing nea; Ijr every re liable mater known Our prices arc guaranteed as low us any house In this country. Call and see us or write for price*. I. G. DILLON & CO., Jeweler*, 12Z3 Market street. We are Agents for Chamberlin & Peters" Cart ridge Co.'« loaded sheila, sepio BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. Freeh Monntain Buckwheat ju« receded. It is the first of the season. Hew Corneal, Both Pearl and Golden! FRESH OATMEAL & POLLED OATS ! HEW HOMHY & CBACKEO WHEAT ! LEWS YOUR ORDERS AT CONNER & SNEDEKER'S, and get Fine Goods at Low Prices, Corner Mark«! And Fourteenth 8ta. oeil PATENTS 22. ». wa»tei»T„^ÄPu"' » •*-» gkw RED FIRE. The Red Fire Torches which I manufacture are not onlyguaran teed to be the largest, best am give the brightest light and to bun ten minutes, but in addition n< danger from spontaneous combus tion. When buying always specif] BOOKING'S RED FIRE TORCH Orders receive prompt attention Manufactured by EDMUND F. BOOKING, Wheeling. W. Va. Price List mailed on application o;13eodtd7 gXECUTOR'S SALB or Center Wheeling Property A* executor of Thomas H. T ?ims, deceased, I will on WEDNESDAY, OtTOBF A 17,188S, at 10 o'clock a m., »ell at auct ion at the Cou ll'ju^e of Ohio county, the foil iwing real estât 1. lot; I on the southeast cor 1er of Main Ure< and Al ey 18, with four two-H ory brick hous thereon. Z The north 3f> feet 8 tnchea of Lot 5t on 11 southwest corner of Main str 3et and Alley 1 with 2 iwo-»torr brick houses« n Main street tu 1 two story brick houses on All ;y 18. Terms or SALE-One-third rndu much mo I of tee purchase money as the purchaser mi I elect to pay,cash; and the resi due in two equ payments in one and two jei «* with lntere ; from day of sale, payable ann oally, noU-s wil good per">n«l security tobe riven therefor I the pur «rs, and also to be secured by sat! factory h.-tirante, and the tit'« to bo retain* until payment in full. M W. AMICK, Executor of Thomas n. ' Vims, decea*'d. J, C. HtitviY, Auctioneer. ocl2,15, gTRAYED From th<^ farm of Conrad Mil )er, on Wboelii C eek, me miles frotn NV'he» ling, on Octob 9th, a Light Roan Mare, very tall and spiri t wright uca-1,t o lt><. Any In 'ormation may I given to Conrad Miller, or to the niidersim« owner, WHKELIN * BAKERY CO. ocl.'edâgh \ New Figs, Raisins, Jamaica Orange: I'l UL BICK WHEAT and l'A STAKE FLOCK —AT— F. HANAUER'S, I Sole Agent for the only lietiuinotioki Dust Kloi tSoÎîT 1ÎE DECEIVED ~ See that you get LiU's Excelsior Baking Powder, to l>e suro of light, heahby l>ren<I. Manufa tured only by R. H. LIST. *#-lxx>k out for lmlta'ionf. oc /"OU CAN GET ookwood Uc New Invoice, rhoicc l'ieces of R Itookwnod I'otterj .lust AV "*■ Received. EW1NO BROS., Aleuts for Keokwood Pottery, or If, 1211 Market Si., oop. McLure Hone GEO. A. WIGKHAM'! Auction House and Loan OffiiM 1153 Market Street. Regular Sale Days. Consignments Solicited. I rompt attention gitc to out door sales. Money Loaned on Furniture and Oth< Articles of Value. AU Bunnes Strictly Confidential. ocl6 RUBY Ï.IGHTS ! ON STICKS. Soniîth'ng New, Ciean. iiright arrd Itcautifu Try I hem. Ten, Twenty-five ami fifty Cent Slicki FOR RA I.K ONÎ.V BV ocl3 McLAIN BROTHERS. c. II. MILLER. Heavy Sheet Iron "Works Chimneys, nritchcns, Tanks, Lifeboat*, an<l s kinds of Rolling Mill, «ilasihousc and Stcan boat work. Eni mate? ftirnishid on nppHcaUoi C. H. MIL1.KK, orüesb 1126 Water Street. p>USINESS NOTICE. The undersigned having purchased the butc.il« business heretofore carried on at Ko. 1*2 HkI te(,!ith street, in the city of Wheeling, West Vi grnia. by K. Maas, notice Is hereby given that will continue ssid 111*inert nt sai«i place au that 1 have constituted ond api-oln'ed Ami ew, Wtisgerber my agent to manage and conduct tb said business. oCJra TIIÏS*WEIKiKRBER. FOR RENT. Five Room House on South Elm at., Island. No. 200 Coal st., three rooms, f\00. No. 202 Coal st., three rooms, JS 00. FOR SALE. No. 8145 Jacob st., 2 story brick, 12 .rOO. Nos. and 2224 Main st., « room* and rtoi room; 1«* 23x123 feet; rents well; 12,300. No. 11SC /off «t., six moras, 12 .')00. House and lot at No. 5" Zane st., 8 rooms and attic rooms, all modern Improvements. Tern very reasonable. W.fOO. House and lot No. <"•< 8 Hnron st., Inland, f7« House and lot No 2212 Chapllne st., Fiflh ward $S,500. Hons9 snd I/Ot, No. 91 Fifteenth street, si ronma, good cellar, bath-room, pantry, naturi gas, city gas and waUr. Hou^c and lot 1121 Alley H, S1.SC0. Home and lot on A. Waoaan st., Island 11,3« Hoc.se and lot cor. Jacob and Alley JO, 12,00« A çtvod huildine'ot on Jacobst., Kiifhth ward Right Acres of Land with a foar-room Cottag House at Elm Grove. f4,000. I>t 211ivOon ea-tsnienf Cliapline street.be tween Tw.-nty-Mxth and Twenty-seventh street* Two bots on Sonth Penn street. Island, higl ground, 11.000. One-jalf Lot and Two House«, Nos. Ill and 11 Fourteen h street. f3,V0. No. 1KJ8 Market st'cet. Two !.o's and Thre Hou'os. Rents for ?R(0 per month, fs. 000 Farm of 160 acres at Honey's Point, V>. Va. Apply to W. H. R1.NF.HART, Real Estate Agent and )>can Broker, wp6 U63 Market Street. NEW PANCAKE FLOUR New Sorthum, — AT— sepiS H. F. BEHRENS' STORES. Blank Books and Stationer;, Day Books, Ledgers, Journals, Ac. Pen«, Inks and Pcncils. Wall Papers and Borden —BABY CARRIAGES.— STANDARD BUNTING FLAGS, Largest Stock and Great«: Variety in the City. Sold Retail at Wholesale Prices by JOSEPH GRAVES, No. 36 Twaifth Btrert Telephone 240. jy2 ARSONS Girea Personal Attention to all Sittings. an29h ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The undersimsd has been appointed and qual ified as adminisUator of th« estate of T H. Logan, df ceased. Those having Calms against that estate will please present them to me. daly ▼eiified. and those indebted to that estate will please make payment to me. W. P. HUBBARD. ocl2ra Aflmlni trator of T. H. Lofaa'i Mat*. •m. S- Sagltr ft Cf.—AD nut Äh tUrtuti. ^ *v^wwvvwvwvvvwwm>#«^'^^^^ ^Q^vyi",<y>'»v> i »%»» i NEW STOCK IALL & WINTER. GEO. R.TAYL0R &00. I Beg to Annonce (he Arrival of their REGULAR PURCHASE Of New Fall and Winter Goods, embra cing Unusually large and Choice Lines of DRESS GOODS, SILKS, PLUSHES, VELVETS, CLOAKS, WRAPS, FURS, Including a Full and Carefully Selected Stock of Perfect Fitting Genuine Alaska SEAL SKIN GARMENTS. Especial Attention is Called to the FIT AND QUALITY OF OUR SEAL SACQUES ! 6E0. R. TAYLOR & 00. ^[nrnitoift—pendfl & 0lo. These You Wantl5*Ä. UIW\) I VU II Ulit j ct)OjC0 and Cheapnesst The combination is offered in our Great Stock of New and Fashionable Goods which includes all things new and desirable for Fall and Winter in the line of Furniture of All Kinds, Carpels, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, 4c, 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 for Sea sonable GOODS and Reasonable Prices, the Best Place Is at Gr. M ENDEL & CO. ^Furniture ©and • Garf>ets+ NO. 1134 MAIN STKEET. «"UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. WHUFUWO. W. VA. furniture and Carols. WORTH LISTENING TO Indeed It ta. Tho rtory U being told aboct the oompleteo— and chipant em -Beautiful Spring $fcocI^ KntbtvUaaiOTcr It knowt do boaoda. It pie— «mjliiid;. ECSTATIC EXCLAMATIONS GREET THE EAR And all are eager to proclaim the feet that the QUALITY, STYLES PRICES Hare no eqaal. We know It and feel prood of It To that end we bend all our eCbrta. aad th* remit ia «aJncuUj mi (»factory. Call and Me oa beim yno boyi FD1I1TDBI, GIRPETS, til IUTII, Or anything In oar Una. We know that w* can «tMy roo. W# WILL GREET YOU CORDIALLY, flîilrïïTmtTTTriïTiri-'-r r nirnl rTimlnatlrm rrf rrnritnrlranil fiiiianaitin« atprhMh^—fcujlu, Frew & Bertschy, 1117 MAIN STREET. •Special atteatloa <• Calertaklai mmé Arterial lataur ] ************ *1* * *l*i*<Vtfi^ QRAVD OPERA HOÜSft a G> QPiTiilfcii«mM*JjB|i Aod Wniifj. »■Ä, i October igt With fpceial Grand Matlne« Wedn«diy The Unghlsc MaMcal Comedy (nccvr THE "KINDERGARDEN" '-TI»* 8tfgfc O^jrwMne." Uli tKe Famrii« rocentrte OnmmcdUn Alfred MoSowoli nnoctet bf *11 of the original Kew Yrrk iw jt&'cwtf^rs.asi1^ BVidmladoo 1*. » an* KO eeoft Mail««« »rioM, 14, 36 and Koenn Reamed «au on mu X th« McLuf Hoaae Pharmacy. GfEAIP OPERA HOUSE, a G. OINTHKX UM and Mani*«,. thr— Wichts «ad Vatmx4mj Matin««, ^■■eieivg Tliiniiy Ereaiig, Cet. ig, GIBSON'S RYAN, THE GREAT COMEDIANS IN [RT8H ARISTOCRACY, tod a itrong coterie of Vocallitt, Dacetr> tt4 Comedian«. avAdm'vton 15, 1$ and 50 cent* Mxtto«« trloee 15,31 ard tS oenta. Reaarrvd tea;« on H the McLo^e How Pharmtqr. ;t jfor £tlt. M *•*»*.*0 J - --.I- r -n.r -Ir.-u-L-.-.-LTJ-LTu-'-r.". £jX)R SALE. AI Valley G rore, «leren all« Mat of Wheeling, m Um National Pik«, and In Hebt of railroad talion, a Ulf« d walling and lUbl« and cuadent and for rood garden, will a«U for ll.soo, whk* ■ laaa than coat of bolldlnga. JAMB L. HAWLKY, fr« IMP Main Etrm. F°R SALE. Two atory Brick Dwelling on Main Krr t, CrW Fifteenth Bolh Frame and Brick Bow* uir feziual Ulan workv all cheap. A nornfe* I «*1 ruble re<ldfncen ami unimproved to:» on th« ■'ai d. A rarerhanceon rlrtr from until No. ember 1. Hoiuea and room» for n-nt Montr o loan. OABVER HRos. ' Real Ratal« Agenta, 1315 Market Btn*t, clO Wheelln*, W. Va PUBLIC SALE -or *W8 HbkJM lU Fifty U(n »4 1'irrfli la »id Adjoiiii/ç (be City of Whfdiig. By virtue or the authority or 4 decrwi of the t'lrcull Court of Ohio cnuriy, ntered Jon the 31 ,day of April, A. Ii !►*•, fa he mit of Hobleak1 H Caldwell T». Cam me M. Vilnon and ( t her«, the underalg tied apccial oun iWoihi« will, on WrdarMtajr, drlakfr II, IM\ «eginnli «rat ten o'clock a. iv., iell at puM :«•tu« ton at tbe fmut door ol the < ourt II<>um- <>i nJW ounty, *• Va , Ihefoll'twlnfiîtaaltuM ml |<r»i» * If, altuate In and a<l oln'tig the city of «Wi ng lu »«Id county, being a portion of tierval ir» pert* wh'ch waa ait at.«rt to Anntr K ( .11 reli, to I* bel I In axerait* fot and dum « ti.« it® of her natural ll'e, for ber dower, by • nfl «cording to tbe pro?i»lo :a of a decree m»lr br heU'd Court. on the isnhdarof November I>A n I be ault of Ix>oU Kella ami oth- ra m HobtrUl Imdyatid olh« r , and which la now d>«<1 l«d rlth *p»lal reference tta plat hereinafter re trr.d to, and la In Ihne lot*. 1/OT Ni'mrkkko Oi*i llelng all of aquarr »,all f wjuare M all of «i<iani i'. a I of Mii«rv », i«g i pi H lie and WHITa ground). all of I'irlaioy Ii Kscept Mirobel, llativcr, Roblnaon, Klint- «il low man'» gicuudj. all of Dlvitlou A, all of |>,. lalon R, (ex- opt lota Ko. # and «). A n*ni< u ar oacrlptlo t, by met- « find bound», may In- It >uod u the nald dec ce of April » i, IfcKt, Lot Ninatat»» Two-Beine all of Mvi»lon<>, rxCvpt lo »fiend >|, all of Iiitlalon J, cuept it* a. i», in. 11» :lt and i ), all of IM via on K, (et opt lola W, V7, 2» and 29). A part mlar den-rip Ion, by mete» and uouuda, way be fuuud lu *tii ocrcoof Ap'l' Ji, I»**. 1/rr Ni'MRtar.D r»»«—Being all of Diririnti ., (except loin I, '2 and A | ailtrutar dtw ni ion, bt melee and Umnda, may l*e lound lu »*id ■« ree of ädi-11 ïs. Otis Tbli land has been »ub-divldcd by the »aid tminlationer* into parc el» of ooivcnlei.t »u nd tone new rtretU at d alley» have M«n la.-i lit through the raid property. It la provide in tie decree that the Mid atroit« and alle«« »hall L'Diatn open and pu l'e lor the bent III of ilia urcbateta of the aald | roperty. Aplat abowlug tbe uutlro property ha» l>«n repared, ou which marjtw aceu the u< w »übdi l»l<>n». »trccti and alieya. aa well a« 11> • M« blch hare net been »lib dlvld d by the »(«rial ommlaaloutr». Tbl» plat may be » en at il>. of. ce of the Clerk of ine County r urt of «'hli aunty, wh< re it will be open H publie n»p'«r on until and Including (ne day «f aal*. on il» plat the eitlrlor line»of the prmeity u> l-e >ld are »bailed red, aoaotobe readily dixio nlatah'.e. Tbe »ale will be begun, at afo-raald on the lat of Oil ber Ins«, and If uot com luded m latday, will beooolinued ftom day today ua 1 all the prt»i fty »hall lie mid. 1 KHM.4 OF HA l.K - Tbe tei m* of the »aid tale Dall be otio-thlrd of the purchaae mom ». < r «i luch more aa tha purchaser mi e ct-i, In <» b ii the day of »alo and the rraidue In two < -t-ial jaiaHmenti«. payab e In one and !wo)eanre (HTtively from tbe day of aale, with mt<n»l om that day. To »ecure the deferre.l iu:(all ien ta of thcjturrhaao money, 11m coramtMion ra will take from the purchver bla bole* auk ood m* urlty, payable to their ttdcr, and Iba He wll< lierctalacd until tb« Mid not » »hall be tld. Bui If any j.urcha»er pay lu hand ona alf or more of the purchaae money, due for tb« ropcrty l<ougbt by him h's uofcja. without mal aniity, will ba tak<<n for U e tieftrwln «llmenta, If but, the Mi le belrg retalreJ »• *r irlly until p«ld In AilL Any purcbaa r »hail are tbe privilege, at any time before the i tu ition of iheatld two year«, from tbe «Jay of »alt. 'paying the whole amount rt-maln'rg ur>|«H 'hUpurcbaae money, with lutore»t to the daf ' payment, and Ilm« discharge hl« liability. IMNIKL I.AMII. 11 Rh R Y M KCnHf II., H peel al <>>mmlMioni' ■ I certify that Iba above i amed rommi»»toi ri ive given bard with aarurliy aa re.,ulnd lytic yree under wblco the* ara acting Wiiuuku, W. Va . Oc. ft, lg». ocfti J JBN W. MlTCHKM.. ( lerk. DUHLIC SALE OF MAIN BT - h IC AL PEOriKTY. By virtu* of Ihc authority Tctfed In Ihem l<T dorn« of the Circuit Court of Ohio mm jr, en red on the 23.1 dar of April, A I»., )W«, m 'h* ill of 8 bletkl B. i aid we 11 t». Caroline M n And other*, the underelgnad «xectai < omni» suera, will, on TL'EBIMT. OCTOBER «0, MM, Klnn'n« at I«o'clock a. n> . *eli at public «ne nn at the front f o-ir of th* Court Ho««- « f ' 'b1» mntjr, W. Va., th« following d^M-rib«-«! r*«! wpeity r.tuateln the riiy of Wbiwllnir In »»d luntjr U:lrga [lonlooof lhere«l proj-nf wt.irk u «et aptii lo Annie K Caldwell n I«- h-11 •« ▼eralty fur ai.d darin« the teim of her natural re for her dow< r by and acro'din* to Oie 1"° •ton« of a^ccne B«!r by iheaald Court on H* th day n< November, 1*70, la the Milt of I'«'4 el!« aod other* v*. robleakl Fradyttid ftvrv at I* lo tay: the baildlng lot nine ». fr«»» t' « renty two (*7) feet ab n« tbe weat »tde of B«:» rectIn tbe «aid rilrof Wheel Inj Ulof^»™ « «nb diTUIon» of "Ih« Miller Pr»n»rt». ■own by th« p!at thereof, remolded I* !>»*» wk nam I wed SI, page IM. In « b«t oflUx of im •rk of theO untr Crortof aa<d oonnty TKKMH or BtLE-On'-thlrd of lh* porrb»« on«%or »auch more a* the porchaur n.»r ert. r*»h on the dayrf wie and ibert*w-* two «quai instalment« payaMc la one (trf t*« ■r* reeprttrelr from the day of »a>. wiih Mat 1nm that day. To aacuie the defetre.l to ümenta of the parcbaaa tnooey tbe eakl •,4i mmli loner* will take from the porcba er b* Ha with Bood «ecnrity payable to tb< Ir ofer. id'h* title will be retained nntil U»e W* all be paid. Bot If th« ptirchaaer fay M* ilf or a oraof it« ttire aa* »00*7 idr«»li. M» »te* without peftooal Mrnrliy will t<«taken c deft rr d lokalmeuU, lf«ny. 1 he fW'haaw III ha*« the pdviiege, at any time befnrr tbj ••iratton of tba mm two year* fr» m the d«T ™ k. »f pay le« 1 ha whole amount reuial' If I Id of the pnrbaae Boa*-y with l"b re»t u< «+ y of pay meut, and thm dl«rharg- hl« 11«'«* JltBIEL LAMB, IfEBItY M *• ktI U Spatial Cemml-»»« iw«. I certify that the atort named tomm * re given hrnd with annuity m rcijaUwJ w 1 decree under which they are artIrg. J"HB W. MITCHELL. CV* irnnuM, w. va., on 4 im jfa gm» pOK RENT. loraraoB Bo. IMS Mala at»*, «erer»! of iiadmw. Lodging ram la Bat;y'iX,"(t< s. rots» fit UflOkadiMKMl J ABB BALLfi, T" mauiu, OLOVH AMD BELT», Bad Hamann, Booka, tututon »«4 C.H.QOIMBT, D&UVKARZK iitnutr rmLf AmmarM âkw>«Hi cam th* wont em tm tnm t to ßm data M «oMttraly immm •» rM^ty IliujUn tU apptlM fer r^OMdoUar a kottla 9m aala hy 1 ^»O aad LOO AB * CO., WhMltng. W. V«. BM8rtv««r IUI w will fcrwaidftkottm» MllM/lka VT M «.Aaa^A. ■ Mil nmuMf pwtartBaP.airOiaada.afcaifprrp*^ ^ pflU, a CO'. fifBfw