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THE INTELLIGENCER.
Published dally tiundayi excepted).
miT ? CAMPBELL, ..PROPRIETOR*.
At No*, 25 and 23 Fourteenth Street.
TERM3"OFDAILY! ,
One copy one year...!* 0Q| Three monthi W OO
bit monthi. ?... 4 001 One month W
Delivered by carrier* In city, 15c per week.
TERMS OF SKMI-WEKKLYS
One year ~}3 CO | Hlx month*. ..II 60
TERMS ^EEKT.YT~ ~
One rear fiffl.Wx,nwnth?-.--..~.ILOO
Ur?itt reduction* to Caul*, tonti (or ?mWc copy
tad circular*. Aditrrh,
FJUtW Jt OAMPBKM/,-wh?uno;
ir. var'
[Kiitorpl *t the Pwitolflrf ttWheelliijt.'VV. Vn., m
Meoiul'cwMmmicr.) if OX f.4|jui.L i
WUKELISU, W. VA.p:MAY
TIik l?riuo<!r?linU|M*iiiiiiriirrijliil>Utrlc(.
Mr. E. M. Turner, of' 0)?rk?butT?,' frho
nan lurneu ms auenuon 01 luio 10 mo w:icnco
of i?olitlntl economy,' especially to tho
Tariff, which is n very proper thin# on his
part to do, has expressed the opinion that
outsidooftho countieaofOhio and Marshall
tho peoplo of this Congressional district
have really no interest in the-matter
of protective duties, and he, therefore, declare**
that a Democrat should ho nominated
in this district who would stand
upon tho plank of tho party in 1880, "a
tariff for revenue only," and to thia doctrine
tho party should commit itself not
only in this district but k throughout the
tftatc, and thus in .18811 elect an .anti-nro
tective Democrat to tlio United States Souate
to succeed the lloih II. G. Davis.
Judging by what'we know of 3fr. Tcii^ipr
personally, and by wlmt weliuve read irorn
his pen of late, we should Hay that thero
Is no Democrat in the district so well fitted
to lead oir in this new departure w* himself.
He is a gentleman of good address,
a fair speaker, quite intelligent, and being
thoroughly in earnest in this matter/ and
moreover having the leisure necessary for
the sacrifice, he should be willing io come \
to the front and tako the leadership of the
true Democracy of the district, and rally
them under tho ancient banner of thy
party, "free trade uud sailor's rights.',' Mr.
Turner may not succeed iu revolutionizing
the district this year. Much would, of
course, depend on his cloqucnco and earn-,
estness,and on tbo force and point with
which be might put bis arguments. I If his
promises are correct, that outside of tlie
very limited area! referredto there is
really no reason for a tariir sentiment in
the district, then is tliejiuirvest ripe for the
reaper, and Mr. Turner;' is the proper man
to come forth and gather in, tho sheaves.
Assuming his preniinea to be correct,'we
know of no more inviting opening for an
aspiring Democrat than a new departure1
011 this subject in this district
As is well known, Col. Wilson is a tariff
Democrat. At least bo is when he makes
his debut in this part of the district. Wo
have heard it said that iie draws it very
mild whoa ho bids farewell to < the Panhandle.
Ho is the prospective candidate
of the party this year.' Neither Mr.Turner
nor any other aspirant have any hopes of
heading himofTin convention. Many pep
sons believe that he is as good as nominated
nrnv. Sn thnt Hinrn 5a nntliine ?n lif?
gained by waiting for an opportunity.
There are those who have grown old waiting
for their chance to succeed the Colonel,
and the present prospact is that tLeywill.
be older still before they realize upon their
hopes. Mr. Turner i3 aware of this fact
ilc is also aware that tho Colonel will
smother out any anti-protection sentiment
that may be found among bin followers
when they assemble in convention, lie will
llllimil to rnonlntinnU no it-nil nu Oin
nomination. He will seej that the Tariff
Commission bill for which he voted is endorsed,
and that can be made to mean anything
or nothing, according to the exigencies
ol tho canvass. It may mean protecttion
in Ohio county'and it may mean anything
else in the wilds of Gilmer.
This is the situation this year. Next
time, in 1SS4, the Presidential campaign
will bo on us, and the chances for an independent
candidacy will not be half so good.
If, then, Mr. Turner should enter the arena
mis year in mvor ot a return to sound
Democratic doctrine on the subject of. tlic
tariff, while he may not achieve an election
this time, yet, on the other band, he
may achieve such a measure of success as
to make him master of the situation
in 1834. This is the way in
which many reforms have been
inaugurated in this country, and also.the
way in which many men of subsequent
famo havo'inaugurated,their careers.' The
* real leader makes his own opportunity.' He
j does not wait for it.to come to him on n
silver salver. lie gauges public sentiment
and embodies it in his own leadership, and
achieves that success which other men,of
less heroic mould expect to come to them
as a succcssorship in the order of the seniority
of their aspirations. . ' '
We are persuaded that Sir. Turrier.lf lie
lets tho present opportunity pass for leading
the Democracy back to the old paths'of
the party on this subject, will miss one of
those opportunities portrayed by Shakespeare,
which if . not embraced leaves the
future "bound in shallows," but if embraced
"leads on to fortune." '
The l'rcMltlent unci tlio Pcnnojlvauln
Kc|>tibllcn!in. . |
It seems that Seuator Mitchell had a
plain talk with the President on Tuesduy in
regard to thedisaflection inthuliepublican
party in Pennsylvania, ne says that he laid
the situation before himaud told.himof tho
injustice and wrongfulness of the Cameron
methods, but that his portrayal of the situation
seemed to make no visile impression
on the President. AVe read that
"He told tho President what the latter
had probably heard from no mau?s lips before,
that his policy of Federal apj>ointments
in Pennsylvania was a stench in tho
nostrils of the people, and was in direct
antagonism to tho platforms of the" party,
his own messaues and the nrincinles of tl\?
civil service. lie oxhibitod the recent
platform adopted at Hurrisburg, the code
agreed upon by tho loaders of both parties'
in conference assembled, thot leading editorials
of tho party press of -Pennsylvania
endorsing his eoureo and demanding the
withdrawal of these names. He showed
the President tho protests of tho peoplo of
Western Pennsylvania,-and informed him
of tho united stand of the Representatives
in Congress from that district.
In short, Seuutor Mitchell gave him a
clean history of the whole transaction, and
then reverted to its bearing on tho party.
The vote la*t year for <?Mr.? Wolff ho said,
would not be a circumstanco to what'
inicht hi> tliia v?nv ulimilil tl.iu
course be persisted in.
All this, wo uro told, "fell upon 'deal
care." ThelWidtolftirdMm through,
but "boyond tho expression. 0( formalirogrets
gnvo no sign thatiho was.moved."
"I told tho rrcsident last'October," said
Senator Mitchell, what might' bo expected
ol tho Independent movement therij and
reminded him of that prediction toklav.
Ho turned a deaf ear then as now. I Mill
then if things went on as they were then
going under tho management of Mr.
Cameron thero would bo a political revolution
in Pennsylvania, and that, tho first
man to go down would bo Mr. Cameron
himself. His best Mentis had advised liiui
to chnnite hlf political methods in that S
Stnte. To my statement that there would J
boo political revolution he said, llightly,
'You don't mean to nay they'd take up ?'
arms'." I'Mid, 'Mr.Pirsldent.you know J
very well what I mean.' Said I, 'Jtr.
Wolfe, thouith sell-nominated will;.' liaVe :
thirty to'fllty thousand votes.' lidtlidn't _
seem to take any stock In that. lie said be 1
bad been a practical politician lor twenty4lve
years, anil I*-couldn't understand ?
abstract polities., I told him that IMy-six p
Setlatorsand Itepresentatlves olthoUnis
inturo luuT rebelled against _tho action of _
"Jfr. Catncroh's caucus,-and tlint I was din- posed
to iiiirlyj^prmnt that sentiment, *]
utul was trying to Mr. Catueroq to rccog- d
nizo 'iti properly by' tho appointment in
thoStpty; thut if tho ludopendeuts are oh?, ,
tmoizeil there , would be no harmony or '
union. My deairo waa thatthero should bo
such a union. Unit that it wan my duty
on the lirat opportunity to'give him tho ac* ?
tual Hituatlon of political alfalra in our r
State. V
'I It must bo confessed (hat tbo Pensylva- "
nla Republican nUuatlou is decidedly 'hjn- ?
promising. The President' syriipathtaa ,
with1 Camordn find Cameron's methods?
and seems determined to put the patronago
of his administration at his disposal for the
nnmr><4iV nf ' nrimhint' rmt' fho Anr.rmilmn
which thoflo methods have Invoked into i
Itfe. This lo?vcs Mitchell' nncl his' allies 11
but.ono course to pursue, uitiiej) togurren1 r
der or to. uiakq .Hhejr power ,jifelt
at ?the i polk A They' declare ? that
they -will 'not Biirrcntler, but, that ,
they will moke thoiMippeai tbtho peoplb '
this fall. If they <lo,, the defeat of tho l
Statu ticket nouiinatctj, on, tho lOtli, or a
jKirtion of it (for ono or two of tho noini- |
necsaro closed as Independents^ is 'iiot
Improvable.'^ '^luch' dependfl oii tlio course f
pursued at tho convention of tho lndependents
on tho 24th; Thovoto last year (
fltood (for .Slate Treasurer) Daily (Kep.,) r
205,293; Not)low!(Dcin.,) L'08,171; Wolfo ,
(Inil.,) It >vill 1 thus bo .seen that ^
rjwiibi I,..,!,. umi, i?..i ,
oU|Wu Aiiucpcuucuio ?? uuo' iiw^ l
year-'when ho -wife solitary" and alone iia
it leader. ' ''Now ,Mlib , .,tiK powerfully J
reinforced, audi i? the (vote increases. in .proportion
to tl?o number and promincnco of j
his active allies, it uiay easily rpaeli 100,- .
000, jn ' which . ease .the Cameron ticket ?
will , bo badly defeated. Suohca* defeat
does not neeessnrilyinvo!yc a defeat in tho
l^iigressional districts, where every norm*
nation can shind on its own merits. The 1
people may may .single out (according to
the Independent convention) certain nomi- .
noes on tho Stato^ ticket as their targets, |
and get iu.theiwebuke. that.i way. It will
require wisdom, however, to prevent a general
smash up iti tho.parly.
" dicdj
HRAKL-On Wednesday,'May 17th, iss>. m 12 ,
o'clock, uoon. K^woou, son of- fclwood und ?11111111 I
1.-rat-l, 11-.'. 1 i yours, 11 months and 3 duy>.. ,,
.Funeral'this afternoon.at 4 o'clock'faun hlii
parents residence, corner Eoff and Sixteenth streets.
Friends of the family arc invited to attend, filter
muui hi reimihiuar uemcu-ry.;
WTM6ERTER?Oil Wcdnetiay. Miiy I7lh, IHS'J. at 7:
W x. m;, Lmsrre. danghtcr of Fred. G. and Haniiah
Wingvrter, u?c<J a yean, "2 months mid 18 days.
Funeral this (Thursday) afternoon at half past 'J
o'clock. Interment at ilt, Calvary Cemetery. ;
lliaSSIIllii ! GREAT GERMAN
JjRgjii DY
ptisfflim RHEUMATISM,
liii - nss?^
I |?^ # GOUT, ,
|[JJliiuJilllllliiiin]ijj SORENESS
lllullliir ommiiiiffiffliiHJ* 0,I1U,
.v. r i CHEST,
sore throat
'linillllllll> QU1HST, ]
II swmnras. .
' oiiiairo! i?o
|H|1 A SPRAINS,
rn FROSTED FEET
I cffiw^uniiiBiro 'fl . ?*?
umml soji-i'x>|s' <
illBlllS BeneralfiodiljPaiu, !
| L Jj y TOOTH, EAR 1
KKT1 HEADACHE, I
mm ALLOTBSRPAIHS j
ACHES.
No Preparation on aartb t in all 6r. Jirou Oil u a lire,
antic, sixi-LC and ciicar Kxtarnil . Atrial ontailt
bat th? comparati??lj triflinc outlay of to Cem*. and or?rr .
on# nfferinj with pain oau hat* ontap and poiitiri proof of
imticTioxs i* tixrti lisouidss." . i
?to IT All oaoaaisr j aid omicis m medicme. .
A.VOQELER & CO. l
! JJaUlmore,2iId.,XJ.B.jL
\mK^BSSSBSrnM?BESSmS9mm^ .
X, ' " .: i V , v.ij. ill..' W 1
IMPERISHABLE I
' ' ' PERFUME, ;
Murray-&-Ianir;an's"
CI ft El 'i ?ft fl telfl.Y e 83
I lUWSIijlEJK I Kit. ,
Best for TOILET. BATH j
and HANDKERCHIEF. j
A CABD. i
To *11 who are raftering from the errors and India- J
cretlons of youth', nervous Woakiii-M, early decay, {
low of manhood, tfcc.,1 will send n rccinc.th&t will c
curovon, FRKKOKCIfA,UGE, This grout remedy
vrna discovered by n missionary in South America.
Bend a self-addrc&wd envelope to the Rev. Jorevu i
T. NuiV Mflli'mi n AVin \'nrl nitti .Uir;~..u...
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
DKrABTPRK OF TttlCTB?^ HKKHKO XIUM,'
Bun- "
Car. a.m. i.m. r.u. p.m. .
B.JkO. E.S |6:K RrW 2:55 K8S1
?*. M. j
Cent.0. DIt .... 9;30 1:S0 {8:20 11:15..I
\T.,l,;jkB.Dlv... 6:10 ' 1:10 4:50.... Lw j
a.H.
Clur. & Pitts... ,6:00 10:40 2:10 14:55......... f
P., C. &81.L... 3:27 5:32 8:27 1:22 4:17 *j8a I
O..T.V. AW 1:30 $7:00 54:00
ARRIVAL 07 TKAtKH. J
tSun- |! i i i" i
d*y. X.X. P. M. I P. M, 1
B.AO.E.S . 12:15 4.45 2:30 ,
A.M. A.M. P.M.
Cent. O.Dlv~. ? 6:10 9:56j 10:60 . 6:40
W.,P.ABt I)h L l?20 JM*5 8:25 ]
Clov. & Pitta........L. .5:ks 'w: mi :
X.H. X.U. X. M. I X. M. r.U. P.M. !
P., C. A- St. L.. 10:37 7:52 3:37j. 1C:S7 8:27 7.12
p. u. f '
C.. T. V.-A V? *10:9) fclW'' ...... Cms
t Daily exeunt. Sunday.
t8tottbcnm6^Acconuaodatlon.?Thlit train during
the day pas*a l>ackward and forward between Martin's
Ferry and Brains; stopping when required *
at the Sherman House, -fitnaville, west Wheeling
and Gravel
: ?-Mawllon Acvomnnodation. (
DHUG 'LABEI&.lASD WUAITERS, J
i Hand Bill*. Pn*ramrar?t and DckIkow. in .the latest
style, at the Intelllijcucer Job Oftlco, Noi. 25
aud27 Fomlecmbatrrit,,
JOIJ PiUNTIXO OF EVERY KIND,
from a'Mammoth Poster to the Finest Visiting
Card, executed in quocrlqr stylo and at low r?te* _
for ca*h, at the Intelligencer Job Ofllce, '25 and 27
fourteenth street. . . <
\ .NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
-- ^ ?...-..I..
^OKEENT.
AiiMttli^r.ql?he<l front" ruoto. dbv stall fron
reel.'on Market- atrvX, between -Twollth am
B.?T$ THR?# ,usvt
,Ap$.to?p.' ALEXANDER BOttfc!
mvlA 1318 Market ?tr^t^'Ci^l?/fflcl^
[\rHITK MOUNTAIN FREEZERS.
t t 1 l;o only trplo motion Ico crttm Irwie
mile, .'lhey ar? u-ea by the best Ice crriun uakeri
nil they will htvc no other. For wile at factor
rice* by , . , *.?. . , ,
NKSDITTABRO\ \f
WI'J JUrkot airtot. *
IfiylH-1 Bol* Agent*. Whrelln*. W, vu.
R EGULAIt, P1TTSBUBQH,, jr& .
L> w H EEIvlN(V> A a D K ANA, W,HiMSg?
LIVER I'ACKKT.* The lino ""
awenjjw Sleamer................ \V. N. CIIAN CELLO
IVUbanctlJyr, CapL lrji ty.illuuUu|twitCyjc,
Leaves Mttobursh Thursday at I r, u.
Pawen Wheeling Friday at ? a. *.
U*yc# i imtU'ntujv Mpndavi at 7 A. M.
Pawa \\ heeling, tip, Wednesday at 1 a. a.
CI<m etinnecioti at Uahlpoiia with L'inelitns
wJccu Freight and paA\ou#en receipted throucl
ror freight or wnange apply" To
mym , aii.nooTirBon,
^rULL LINK OF
Presbyterian Hymnals,
1 Methodist Hymnals, i
P.tnunmml ilTvtiiiiulc
U|iaiIVVJ'H>
! iii' 11 t.ui.'l
^.nd nil books of worship in l'roUstan
intl Catholic Cluirchcs.
i u ?Ui i't /jicisiir; m> niit:lniA'uiiH
Stniiton *S?- Duvouport;
tnylS 1301 MARKKT BTKKBT.
Q.RA-NI) excursion: r ..
Urand Pulcct Excursion to MARIETTA an
'AKKKlWIlUhU under tlio auspice* of the ,
ilAENNERCHOIR SINGING SOCIETY
n the*logant Bteiuner Diurnal, will leave Wlue
SATURDAY, JUNK id, 1882, .
U 9:.10 r. K.t Itellalro 10 p. arriving at MaHcti
icxtmnrnlnjr at ii o'clock, Parkeinburg 7 o'clock,
Huturnlug will leave I*arker?bunc Uicmnioevci
iik at 0 o'clock, Marietta 7 o'cock, nrrlvlux i
Vnccllne Monday morning at ft o'clock.
' The Wheeling <<ty Band and Jfaycr'* Orchid
lavoLeenwcurnl,
?tire, Hound Trip, 00.
Ticket* must uo procured In advance, from th
ollowlnif meinlwntt F. U. Aibon*. J. F. Pick, J
ox, 11. \V. KU. Chaa. Meyer and LouU UertHhy.
No tUrkotM will be sold ut the boat. ,
The number of ticket will bo limited, soaa i
usurp comfort and avoid overcrowding.
ITT ITT TV I TVT1 Ti
WALL rAri5n-:
U . V* > iii."'. .I ' lit fust
opened this week another now stock <
nil kinds of , i ,,
Paper Hangings, Borders, Dado
. AND FREEZES
OF TILE LATEST DESIGNS.
Also a full line ql
M and Paper Shadings
Iusj>ection of my stock Invited. ,
J-OXI3Sr FRIEDEL,
tiivll irn MATK KTRKKT.
rhe only man in town wo don't want to se
riic French, the London,
' The Nctt York, the Toothpick Box Toi
[ri hand and niacin no sewed aboes forgentl
nan, at
CAKNAHAN & ENGLISH'S,
No. 10 TWELFTH 8TREET.
mylCTnuH
QREAT BAKGAIN IN A PIANO.
An elegant 7}? ltosewood Piano, agraffe' tlirougl
itit, of tt strictly first-class, make, am! warrant*
or live year*,'to be sold' at n." great aicriflce, fi
citsous which will be entirely satisfactory to tl
mrchater. , Pall and esajnlne,;
my 17 ' ' WILSON* A BAUMKR.
OVES. ,
T bnve newly fitted and furnished my.I<
}renm Parlor. m?kini? Sr. fliA Imndcnmiuf1!
he city, which is now opeu to,;the publl
llso, have a .full,and fine stock of .Confo<
lioncrics." Call or telephone' '
THOMAS F. HAYMAX,
iiiyl7 ! 1012 Main stTcet.
PITTSBURGH & ST. LOUIS , rr*.
PACKET LINE. Theelesnnt
Stenmer L i..!; BUCKEYE .6TA1
Will,, iinvo "Wliet-Ilfur SUNDAY, May. 'Jh
or LouisvllkyKvansvlOe, rnducah; Cairo and S
Louis. Tl !" ' l-t'< .AV ( - ' .
For freight or pasaigc apply to i - ,
CAIT. COULSON,
inylT ' ' St.JamesHotel.
PICNIC?TO. BE GIVEN BY COl
U Mill A LODGE. No. 2. A. A. I. it S. W. i
Jew Fair Ground*. Wheeling Island, S\TURDA"'
UAY -itUi. 18SU, Every oirort will be mtulo to rei
ler theoeimaion oneoi plea-mre and aunntcmcn
Arrangements have been inude with steamers C.,
iiiCH.s. West Wheeling Ferry and Little Anna
umit.li transportation at reduced riUm.ToouLMii:
,11, we cohihuly invite you to come and enjoy you
elre*. - 11 myl5
Q.1USD EXCURSION,
VIA. I). ;t0. K E., TO
>IonntainX>ake Park
On tho.top of the ^Allegheny Mountains 2^03 fei
nn???rncaluvcvHJIUWny DetWCCn UAKIiAWil llll
)Kc.lli>AUKt MD. This excursion 1? arranged fi
bei conv-uloucc.of thosevwho desire to purcha
otrfon which to oreeX-CottMKCs. The wle of choii
?f Jots will takei?!/icyon THUKSJUY, MAY lath, i
1 o'clock a. >t. Until and inclndiug tlmt dateonl
ola will be sold at from 5100 to I-.*!) cadi.. E:
:ursion Tickets can he had Ht nil principal hUtloi
ill H: Vfc 0.11. it at 2 cents per tulle, Rood from MA
3t!i toSOtta. Dlard and \Lodiring furnished to cj
:nttlonl*Ls.nt rcduccdirate?. Maps and eircula
Uvinj full particular* furnished on application
J. J'. MaSDK.V,- PrMdeiit, or J. M. DAV13. Si
irlnto nd(-utt)akiftn>i.Md.MV. jmyl'Jutw
JUDGl* FOR YOURSELF. Compare
Assets, 1&82; ,.^1 ...j
Mutual Life Insurance Go,
OF IVEW; YORK,
u round nnmbcrs.....?.<; 000,0(1
s'cw Yortc Life ................. .47 irju.o
S'cw England MutuHi. 10,000,0
?enn Mutnah'.;.1..........T.oou.o
Mutual uenciu j . t\- ss.ooo.o
flu ratio o( management ejpvmco to total 1ncan
or 1^1,coupHrejue K,; ; ,v|
tfnt<ia2 Lift) I ii.s. Co., of X. V., 91-10 per <
? lu " >1', ' with the! '.'.;ii ;sri:jj'ny.n
s'mv York Life 13 2 10 per cci
s'ow England Mutual ?.....J3 "J 10. "
'cun Mutual.!..; "......'..'..15 4 10 "
Uutual Benefit: i.....-..'...;.:.....;!..10 9*10 1 "
Which' we tho Lowest llates
Annual Premium for an Insurance of $l,00O, age 3
Mutual Life Jns.CbT, otJ^ViT* $22 4
S'cw York Life..,.*...... .. I............... t $2fi !
lew England ilutuftl. 2G I
Penh Mutual.'.:..'. 20:
klutual Ben?;fit...i?....ji....^.\..J...Uvj.....;? . -:28 I
For other comparisons nnd information, call at
PETERSON'S AGENCY.
my!5 ' - lICO Math Street.
HEELING AND ELM GROVE R.'I
On andafterSATURDAY, APRIL8th.' ea
m tlio Whcollug and Jflm Grove Railroad will ru
"111 uio c?y icoruertievcul
ind Market Mrvets). a>nl "tamm'uHt
*?:2u a. m. lo.ajA. x. | 2.20 r. si. eiSTp" u
t7:00 ? " 11:00 " ') *m
7:49 11:10 I 3:43/ ' , 7:40
&20 ' 12:20 r. M. I 4:20 " 1 8:20
9 00 1:00 I 5:0C ftoo i"/
9:40 " , 140 " | 6:40 i?*. fl-^p
?Siuidaya excepted. J AS, KLKKH"
*prt> 8upcrintcudent.
HEW ADVBRTIBBMIHT8.
EASTERN DRY GQODS STJRE^'
1 Marshall, Kennedy & Co,
K mo ;j
- -Nori-aixTPfKora :"~7r
h ' ....... ,i. I.I
\ ALL WOOL CHECK BEIZE,
. 15 inches wide; too u yard; cost importer*
n '! /? 1 f, 75c a yard.:.,. ,i ul'i
u "
'1 NO. 2?SIX'I'IKCKS
ALL SILK BROCADES
g $1 DO a yard; would ,Uo . olicap at $1,75. ,
!_" ' '' :'li. i I . '
j; NO.'i^-TllKBH OABES>'
* Madras Ginghams,
I I 01! ! I'
RENFREWS AND CANTONS!
d Which wo have placed on our counter at
10 cents a yard.
rj Now is the Time to Make Yoor Purchase*.
- MARSHALL, KENNEDY & CO,
BLACK GOODS A SPECIALTY.
11 CLOTHING--J. DRILLES.
1158 MAIN STREET.
I
J. BK1LLES,
S THE S(JUAKE DEALING
One Price Glotliier,
wamtsyod" bMreWbuy
' To look at our Piece Goods. !
To look at our Scotch Cheviots. '
; To lookatoiir Cnsemen-s.
To look at our Silk Mixed Heather.
To look at our Worsteds. I
: To look at our Cloth. \
! , To look at our Crepe and Tricot.
To look at our runts Patterns..
1
QQ3VCE A3ST3D SEE! '
Come and sec our Ready-made Clothing.
Come and see our all Woolen Suits. !
. Come and see our Cheviot Suits. '
Come and see our Diagonal Suits.
Come and see our Worsted Suits.
Come and see our Middlesex Flannel Suits.
.Come and see our Mixed Suits.,
Come and see our Light Pantaloons.
~RTT"V~
Buy your Youlhs' Suits from Brillcs.
Buy your Boys' Suits from HrilJes.
. Buy your School Suits from Brillcs.
Buy your Children's Suits from Brillcs.
Buy your Kilt Suits from Brillcs.
. Buy your Fino Shirts from Brillcs.
Buy your White Vests from Brillcs. I
Buy your Ncckware from Brilles. I
e
J*.- BIRIIjXJIBS.
' J. Brilles has the Largest Stock.
J. Brilles lias the Best Made Goods.
J. Brilles bus the One Price System.
_ J. Brilles bus the Finest Salesroom.
J. Brilles has the Nicest Furnishing Goods. i
J. Brilles has the Latest Styles. J
' J. unncs uus me-CheapestGoods.
;d J. Brillcs has Oho Price Ouly.
ar __ > _ 1
10 ALSO
? We Keep?Rubber Ooods In all varieties.
Satchels in Solid Leather.
:e Umbrellas in Silk and Gingham.1
n Collars and Culls in three and
c. J four ply Linen.
c- Kid. Lisle Thread and Ilerlin
Gloves.
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs.
" Silk,'Lisle Thread,'British and
2 Fancy Half Hose.
Lisle Thread. Gauze, Lace and
K Balbrigan Underwear. i
:
I
J BRILLES,
r. ?
III !i t ?lr ! ?..? ?
1138 Main Street. i
' ' inylit 11 '
, gTRICTLY PUltE
| PERSIAN INSECT POWDER.
ly : ^ quantity to suit purchaser.
?> ,, . ,. , ...For Sale at . . $
'? EDMUND BOOKING'S, Agent,
141 .. I
, : . ' . ' .WIAKMAOY,
myfi ' -In No. 1 Odd Fellows' llall, I
KttiSn^ ni^** *PO??Uva euro fQrall DltchnrocB.
Stinging. Smarting ana Painful Beaoattona 01 Uio
ifsb fassa&es [ j
>0 ?I-H Sf.OO^h^^'^f^otoriUldruB10
W CI " " . J or yent bv Enrrrni on roiti
H H J??rN D. PARK & HONS,
? A7rrnldTiIr77?ycara0raUtl;.OlNC,I<NATI
10 ^3^ OHIO. PImuo mention this pupur. * * * ,
00 Tor Mlwhy L?mhHn& O. Hkm. '
ie 1 ?
[' - ' HATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND CAPS ! ,
> '
* Spring Styles ;! j
SOW IN STOCK AT'
"GEORGEJ.MATHISON'Sf
- jiaimra oxiuuivr. v
I Plh17 V
n J>ASSAGE TICKITTS. ^
II Passage tickets to anil from Europe by ten
steamship lines, at lowest rates, for sale at '}";/
'/ t H. F.' BEHRENS', I
aprll .. . 2217 and 2219 Market Street. I
OSTKRS. HANGERS,. (JAUDS, ETC., I
in style* that enn'tbe beat, atthe Diiliy Intel'
lljcncer Job Office.
DRY GOODS?0E0> R, TAYLOR,
BiHHi
; .
SILKS!
es ifor ;a i bettei'/grade ;of'Black
'ill/ft ilinn nva linunlln IiahI iiia
HIM Uid.11 die UoUallj ftcpi, Wu
jave, -in - ^ order ^ to ^upply the
ifiV'pDrohased a'iine of' the
mi' -a n* t.,,
jelebrateil Bonn'et Silks on terms:
snabling ns to sell them as low
is tlicy are retailed in any market
Customers wanting to see!
his make of Silk will please
isk for the Bonn'el,
Seo. R. Taylor.
PARASOLS,
Sun Umbrellas!
Fresh Arrivals Every Few Days.
Ill Taylor.
- i! UiiiJ :u '
SUITINGS!
Small Checks, Stripes, Bro-'
jaded and Plain, in Fabric i
suitable for the Season,
Mdof latest importations.
Hnn fl 1"assBMW>
aeu. n. lap,
EMBROIDERED
"DRESSES[N
NUN'S VEILING AND CASIl51
EKED INDIA. VERY
TiUL'TDinrTi
Geo. R. Taylor.
Summer
Dress Goods.
STRIPED AND BROCADED
GRENADlN ES,
! .NUN'S VEILING,
ML'S Hi. GRENADINES!
Lace Buntings*.
||i| Taylor.
ELEGANT SILKS
. ?/e snow tiiis Spring
J?lost elegant assortnent'of
Ricii Brbcades,'
Stripes, anff Morie Franks
MM and Colors,
if have ever offered.
ten. R. Tavlnrj
VWWH W J IVI III)
apr27.'. , ' Ig
pur poops. .
STONE & THOMAS,
' i !*. - {1 , JM jfi i'i: J -jk *
j ti >' v;U'! ei
1030 Main Street.
V ? M \ f ?
Second Stock of S|irlne aud Siimuur
DRESSCOODS
. . . , ";..A| .
JUST KECEIVED.
Embracing full lines of 1JLACK AND
COLORED
SILKS, SATINS,
iUUXtll^O, j
SUMMER SILKS, SURAH
AND FOILIES,
ilhndame's Grenadines,
Luco Huntings, ,u
Novelties, Cusli meres,
Satin Kayes,
White Goods,
Embroideries, etc., etc.
OUR STOCK OP
Carpets and Rugs
KM BRACING
VELVETS
BODY BRUSSELS,
TAPESTRY and INGRAIN,
Is not Surpassed by any in the City, in
Quality or Prices.
r<TTDTA TMO T
\JOL\ A r\ A i
Oil Cloths and Lace Curtain Goods In full
Stock. .
All STAPLE GOODS will be Sold aa Cheap
is in any Market.
One Case of Gainer's Best Percales
At 12K ctsCASH. A Great Bargain.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
STONE & THOMAS.
npr2t
NEW GOODS!
OUR- STOCK OF
>' < ! t' !
SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS
IS NOW COMPLETE
Iji [All Departments.
BUCK SILKS
I-A. SPECIALTY.
"A Tull Line of the Celebrated
) i
-'? ?#< ?; _ >;?>! ?i!i: f: it'll 7f
BONN'ETandGINNET
Makes. Much llnripr Vaiim
Cull and Examine (jualltics and
Priccs.
Brues & Goffer;
i-V--1 ;? s- ?"i -.1 ?**>>?< it ti i 'Mtl.i , .
1132 Main St.
?prts ,
[GENTS WANTED
Family nil ting I
FURNITURE, CARPETS, AC.
Fimti
Aivi>
iUoHl .12 T8Ui)
aH
?3tf 0*00 10 3JUCM M1WOJ 3HT Ml 11
i j i
: ! < i iMjin) It/) |?<i ktam->H aiiT j ~
mi . g jif l?? .ladyrtBteJifrHn tvffrlmb?
Fnrni
I Ul III lUI Ul?IUKDOAKUtt?na WAItl*
KOUKB, !a
.1 ?"?! rtV w? j
A ! " i I On r Now Pattern* an? now
CarnRh'WHBrMm
UUI pUlU II'KtiTKY And INUKAINd ! - b
< -i < >.(r fti ,b9itt*ivi uvhI yni' J
ffl.. '' ?, |*diiV''iuwirtin6nl of Bur^V'ycw1
III rVO |hrve.i.eiiibmcIilK HMYHNA. .VK&
nllll aIVkIH. MUSQUfcTTKH, MltUSSEl^,
llll Wv ITAI'KSTKY, itiid manyotlion.'" i
oilw ja /// id
' i i - />'
Linoleum Oil cloths!
All width*and Standard Makes.': v-r:
.( : (iw. ? -n; ,:i mnl ??< iiijknt j
Winrlnw Sharlpali'S
B IIIUVVI VllUIIVWIlinipi1
pHUeriw for Biory* und 1'rivnto Dwelling*., >Mj ,,j I
Sfiilp
h lull line of tlio Wukefleld nnd lleyWood BrtA
- } ij'i.?i.i-it.irm.-?JutiM. <ju "JuJ I
.Mr Viit Vrtl I n . ! I!l<i "ill j
iM
the three ieiuliiij; factories of the country,
v L'- WrVlJifltO I'Chamber
SetsMil
v.mu ;!-m'* j
ft I 1 f ThewinvHl* wch*ve
Parlor Selslssss
any oilier liotise in uiu city.,
, ufii.; iii? fi-.l:
\ . i
- ! " ?,i>*ji51 ,II .;i !
. 'II .nlt-m rljdil j
UNDERTAKING.
. X .I. .-??I r-?U'?! MHiviit; /. 1
Constantly on lian<l all Uielatwtt sty leu. MITT ALIO
CASlvKTS, CASKS and WOOD CQFFLN8
lurnihhed on rii6rt notice. <; vtl" 1
frieIIIn.
: mh2? . , - u. . r ! ;! i ..in j
j^URNITURE AND, OARPKTS.; I u/i!
We have the largest and most wieci\tocVln our
line ever brought 10 Centre Wheeling. oausiatlnrof
Fine Gham&er and Parlor Suits,
And alar^elltioof.noU j
Carpels, Oil Cloths mid Window Similes,
Which we will sqll #8,low cs goods of. like,, quality
&in be bought in the mnrkot Call niid' see tia ana
got our price* and you will buy ofinC! "to ,7?.l} ]
UNDERTAKING " v*,
Promptly'and carefully ai tended to, .dny or nlgtit.
Tclophouo No. 6?. .CullH answered at all houni.
\VM. XIVK ?fe ?ON; " ;
fvrt M .,f!nr..Wftrkrtnnd Tw>?ntv-??HVinil Btw.,
'.druggists.' ;
>: ;--iu hns> irtj nt-?ju l-vUJ> I
I'jl-.n "ill! s'lt)">i<|M \lit: Mt.Ii! ,l'i ,1
-!.! r.ii.v .7, II ,i!;XJO? *wl] V> hlfvOVJj fli !
IT IS MISERABLE ECONOMY^
To dcntroy your storanch with tlie chrap Alum
IlakliiK I'owaow.1' Ltlmh; List ?fc Co's KXtiKLSlOU
It A KING PoWDElt Ik , pure and wholesome, and
costs thecoiurimcr but a'tillleriioro ihah' the dyspepsia
producing article. pold by.lhe bcstdeftJere;
ami by ' * j
J! 'J I i\n V-LOGAN A CO.,
. i pruerieta.Brif?|scCorner.,
' "<!' . .''r.iK'j i -?.Ji 1.1 Jix'.'tlWul U*.->iKIj
-.'irr-r'-ti il'jiit io vJi?- jsr -tifj j
A TIM ELI1 WARNING nulatj j
Purify1 your 'CeTlnrs,''Sowers, Sinks, ftc., and fctcp
away dlsttiwy.-.The bcatmul.chcaiK^L'dlslnfi'ctams
in,the market sold ,by , ,, , , .1
*"'r IXJ^AN ft CO./
>'.! ivi:. , -.it iiuiU ?-.>PruBgUw,,Bridge,Comei., j
i' *; ii: >!!:>! ; ;i?j; vjiihi.l JiJuxi
; ~"-m! 1 i-v.iunMiisn rwui lmh h'jrioq j
i'.'iij iiituiv/ fiiJtMiit v.riv) ?WJ) n'tujftuiin i
DON'T DEPEND ON VENN011',
But call1 nnd'buy'bne'ol bur fhrap' Thfrntmttrrt or
.Sform (!ltiw>, and kcj> your own^venUier table.
We lmve also jMiiry Thermometers', ChrhiidU
,TnrJ:M TowcLt,, Spongef ??rMI!at retnjirknbly low
prices.' " """ ' I
ii' mi:- ..-M-LOOAKft CO.',oC I
myr. PrnmriBts. HrMgo Connr."
GnAMOIS SKIKS,' ' .? lilxuviil
(?! /|ij.il!'? #?* W^jiilOilT
Spoiigds,TtirliisLi' Tnwcljij* *'"'".'1 i
Fine Soaps, Parson's Cologne.
' ' : FOR SAM BY !
"'<?* A U.r.) .?kl,
K. II. I.IST, DEJJGrGUST,
" "'"'v-SIt !. ,ndn.lt
mi 0 Main Street. \-i
lnyfi . ,
. MEDICAL. -i of lxliM
KOB SAI.y.' ilY AM.. DUUGGliiTO. aimnnd
TiOcUng'/AKt.; and Chirlcs Moenltoinoellcr; ARenti,
i.iitl V? tr.m-l/.rv -.OrtiTHA* '
A tMiJrtHOyk!
jukj vMflUiout'Jfedlclncs.' !'
ALLAN'S SQUCIUjB UKDMUfl'SS .IMUGItity j
; j i.;..,llauintel.'Of\iM'Vlffcl&'Vrt QiiMjoxnio'}'
..>0. I wHJ euroau>* OIK? (h,WUVd,pi}flr!(??., I '
>o.2 n6 ..
jnituror uow lon'iJiUUidlnyr. - .. - ;
No nau?'t?H Uqsw or cutx'lw, rqnabla o&Oll of
^finndnlwxW
_^,.UI.AS I 1).. R3 .Tolm^:lr?-r, Noiy y?rt.
PICJURES AND AI)T.UAXEmALS?
r^OU) 0RXAMiOTK6-??#tVd??W? i
VX i'J !!
" MOyr.DIKOSI'?1>i,.j,oij-.iIi
' roll tmd m tj.w nrailttfnl!PMtirn? at marriMously
low. prices?-'''^ 1 ri> Jvvtijq tJCJi, .
r ... .''^Ift.K-S'VA'Kr STOltE'""! '
-I..:-,.
nn -.-M ;
BDUCVrtOIML.
Two Cowv*-Commc-rclM TOuno
KnRll.h brtlirliw. twcM ??,
IhumUKh IliitlurUon In he KticlUh . VlU t
jVVESTciVIRGINIA UMVERSijf
_2U2U&<faU>utucnbi of atudr; text w..
AT OtWTtfHlemUr ?rrHiii(4 to
oonir* for one year fr.,*.> ?i:mAVw"
I lrtiemt, tboToui''.i ftji itnn
11M1 AlwniiMijo l??t t?t inmnmSS*
fcrtt.VUvl.U rad tiou I huu*?ailT.?S?
Sumter ol4J4|tlcnt? larucrthanlorlct,Jrwg.
VKorCTl?ln?iM ?'?' oltet InlomMlm ii.i, ,
tbe Actio* ITaiaullI^ 1>. ii. lUWMV.V iff ?
InWU. \'Q*l V*- 1,,'V
JjiKMALE 601100L AT
rrl^.Nation ill Capilo!
11 Jlr.'nrol Mt?: Wm. WiiiAIIKU.it|UDnn?(w.
Bcl?)Ol ftVtlio Nfttloiuil ln|>Uu\ ? bv.ni n,^J
nnd U?y pi'lMHiV C?wAouuk ?<llw, on hit tiii?)
\VKI>JKr2l>AY III BEl'TBMlHiK, lu uli'VuSg
Ht 1'Wcnt own pled ij Mm. M. H. An h? r-?
ouVuur(?CHiU' ilr' um?1 Mtv uuil *h?
AklTusl by acoiKi.k'tc ?w|w of
jfcelUtywlU'bc utVunlwl lo ktudetiu in
clttww, wmlotlio l'tvimrulory depMtutBi ttu:
m?it thdfo?K'? uttemtoii. w *
i, Tins modem,UimuM?H will lona \
fwituro of Hid'Mhftol. For full iMrtkuUnVt?'51
Ih.lMmlpid. WII-UaSi hiffijhw
m<-M. M.N. Wmuwi* ^
K ppunni rrin m*.
h ounuuL run ?'
SEOUhlTY. MOTI1KRLV CARK, GOOlU^'
. ,.,,lNU.iHKUUUTFUl. LOCATION AS) K
,, , , 11KA80KAULK CltMMJKi. Wi
JLT.,jDE.' CIIANTAIJ Ami\\ Kg
nkak wheeling, w.va. 1 |?5
The thltlyJourtltA'cauil thU well knon a f|fl
for ulrl*. under the cha.RC of the M?u-r>o| ts?fl l?
UtUin, open*on'Uio UltaT MDSDay Ufsuiii I JvJ
HKHi>uxt|ft?d?nitluuc#?cu tuoutUs. E$?
:Pupils received at any time in the K^ilon im
. .JhoW who desire to plueo their (lausbt?*>uH 149
Inititutloii nffonliHK oxcci>lloiiuliy lira
\u the wii> of houl lidil nnil oi;ll*htlnl totaE IS
cqUenl board, thorough dlseliill.ie mid lc*nuE UK
lit ihehands of llfe-lotiK leitehi-f* In fYmtC: E?fl
roentof fcjmda.vducatUm, liicludhiuUit skS? mM
'WnRiwip ?nd 'nintile, at y.rv ittamMjg EB
*hoHId ifiul/or? catalogue of ililn>on4,i A,u': u \
DlRECTllLSaOF TllK ACADWIY * KB
OK THE VISITATION-, H
my 12 1 N?'nr \Nh<tUm.'u'lv.
BUblNEbS OAliUb, ' R.i
^w^iLEU woS~~ S g|
Munufactnrcri ol porttUo, lUltomrr ....
Sss" r^^Sgs
QTEl'lIKN lliCOI,LOUGH, 51
"*'J, . %&**'<* ??* 'Wider.
Brick Build lugs erected eomiiicte in ill ev,.
Improvement*. Al*> woodeu linliainiiflEK
oomplotuou Jot. Wooden bullilinn i! i ^
Ottofl dp ill nnl nt work^? ! ?XKS
ptrt Miiaoni.letcl .il niiwniuo itml M
toret otiBlumfuor, old btilMlnp,nxilVii'm^i
tkjMlsIiww tail.tlj'iititii.lcTlo iMki rSw
and nhelvinu fitted in. on siimi .mtirJ..^.3
put 111 HuutbUmM tUimii. k?iili'w VUto
ketitn tlrcci fornurly occii|>M \,y sir, lilt ii?,
Hlrnp In roar nHnnliol: on a|I, v la.
J) ;0.: LIST, Jlu,
FOtRB: PACKED
And carer pi Uiu cclcbnuwl CHfoTHi ut.n
which art) now rvailv >i?l foruku '
bm?
No. 1731 MARKET STREET. WHEELBQ
Manufiuturcr of bluncil I'luus, BurnbTy.-k
dtee? otampjj, Rubber Stawjxi and Xiae I'xa
teftln engraved tocnJer. ltetoOceilnrkingiuct
s&fiusteg&i? *-*3
iFl8 / ""'-.I i T PI CTYin
J1J WILLI ELMS 1 '
Hereby mmdiicm tJ>?t be b ready lode illnuj
ol any kln.I, m|? urflj
bol^nij,-paper huigftiii, otrpct clf?nlnj, it, ?.
curtjdua W ^ 10 deaulaj o[ !u
1 'I*38 " ' 1051 MsrkftMmil
CLOUSTON, "
riSAi-Rp. is
Brain, Oronuil Fee J, !l;ile<] Hay, strait a
'umr BouI^ 8ilct1'Ncar Market Struct Bridie,
Will pay the highest market pik-e for*h?t,ccn
rnKloiu. uu
vi.I . ATTORNEYS.
EO.' K.:& GILC'fl KlfcT "'
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 3
..ti Oflico with Taylor a ilarr, 11
v,v. No.-12 Twelfth Street |fl
Admiralty and MnritlmoUwe?pecfiIty. IK* '!
tloM promptly mitdo. igj '
W; J. W. COWDEN, 1
o ' ATTORNEY AT LAW.
* *. OfficOf-No. 1222 Chanlino SL, \YhecUag, T. Tt
Prompt attention to all lnu.iin-w fc'rur I
T R COW DEN,
U ATTORNEY AT LAW.
, No. 1222 Chanlino St., Whwlinft, \S. Vt B.rC I
SANNIRAL FORBES,
' -'i ATTORNEY AT LAW. Wt
i OWco, Custom llou.Mi, Whwllug, w. Vv W _
TAMES P. -ROGERS,
O ?; / ATTORNEY AT LAW, B
-. NoJ 1207 Chanlino 8U, oproiiw the Coart Hoot,
Wheeling. W. va. jt*_ I
TAASIEL L\m I
;JL/ ATTORNEY AT LAW, v . f
. No. 1318 Market street, (over City Bank.) B
Inc. W. Va. |!
:ius l i PROFESSIONAL CAHDS.
.pROFKSSIONAl..
IHL'IIULLIIIEV h?s returned to the rlty ?n<l r*- if
tamed ihu proctiee of tntdiciuu and surgery. ?? K
can be fou ml at. the
uijOKPlCE OK THE BOARD OK EDUCATION*. J
over the Cfty Ttonfc. Market sfirt. nTL
^LEXiJDEirBOX E, SB.,
NOTARY ; PUBLIC, 1ICEMPKB OESKKA1 BUS*MV
REALIBTATKAUt[.T.
Loans negotiated, atockh bought ana Kui.na- j
chants'and mnnUfitfturera'booksopenfcl.cxinlfl*
and cloned." Estntes wttltd, note*, book m<??}
and rent* collected. Hon** rented ana Itn*.
Collections promptly remitted. Advancw swt
All buBlncra cbrresponduncecoMfiitenttoUytltttM
to. -Bend for: circular to rofetoncw. 1315 ??*?
utrect, (CnuiKlu's Block,) over City Bank, WbitlU
,W. Va. g.
Qil 0. SMITH,
Heal Estate, Howl & Stock broker.
: Special attention rIvlmi to eollii-tlns rent* aaflW
Kcueml tnannKemeul of Ileal Kswte.
! .mbl; , laDMfllm.tnH-i.Wliwllnt.y.qi.
rTIHOMAS SWKENEY,
r'JL In-,..'
Jnstlco of the l'caco, Xiilnrr VnlilltiH
t Ucuurnl HukIiii^k AitphI.
1142 Chnpliiu- Street, Sililirtj FeibfN ?' E
OIHre. __ ifi. |
PLUMBING GAS.AND STEAM F!Tj? . I
rj^KUUtlJS & LUTZ, ' "
'"' 'PLUMBEBS, |
Gas and Steam Fin 1
id U18 Market Street. |
Renting anil ventilating ofpublfc^' |
Ingra, dwellings aud factories a spw*"'
*n2l' '
imjiOMPSON <fc ILLBBliKI),
!|ij :V.TOACTICAT, PLUM1IEKS,
fias and Steaai Fittffi,
1314 Market St., Wlificllnj,',
.. Dealer* lu all muds of lead, wrougm mid <*J*r5
pljMie, sewer' tilj.es ftinl chimney
water gauge*. bluhon numjis, Mfety v*Jve?,
iub?, juuke, Ac. ,Holo a^enus (or Uiu
i*?'j n?uu..i.j n Ditmn
^liClcUldlUU bditlcruli oIKdlii rumjif
AndTJuiierwriUini' tiiu. AUchlue. Ordcn/roa*
country uroinntly AIM.
j^uke mm', *
Practical Plumber, Gas and Sleam FW
' V ' , lilO lluin street. . 'At!'orders
promptly mtfinleJ to. )L~
WiL HARE &. SON,
PRACTICAL PLUVHKIU. OAS AND nZi*
F1TTKR8.
No. 33 Twelfth street I
All work done promptly ot rcraoiuble pne? 1
]>7.l?u.Ul f, It -, . ? -Yf.-, 1
~\X7A.siiln<;TUN IHTKI.. w. ;<? ?' I
TT TlI,Plicl-tiiut?rW!l. Wjlladcli'Mi. '* I
X'W. Ml?"SL
- Till* llolul l< w|Ki:lnll.v d?lr<Me
men and families ox it Invntmlly |D(|
nirntto Wholesale mid rolall Hon'*.
plum of in?ca*t? borne eonif.ui>; lan:cjjir>' igX
with it bnliiine uuiurpa?M!<l. Hate-, 5- ?*'.? I
Liberal term* to permanent ruwU.

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