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I THE INTELLIGENCE!
Pabliihfld (WJf (8undiy?excepted), i'-'/
rilHW A CAMl'llKI.L, rUDPRlKTOIl
^STAi Km. 25 Mid 2iYottrWeuth Street. :4
?;?fe:;!.TKRM8 or DAILY t ,
On# copy ptio yuar...|8 001 Three Jiwitithn. t2
BUC month*.*., 4 Or) | Ono month
Deurerea by mrlvra In city, 15c pet Wtfck.
ITKRMB OF HKMI-WKEKIiYJ
Ono year 43 tOjfllx month*. 91
TKIIMH Of WKEKLYS
Ono year..-.?.. ?l 601 Six montlii.
: Utvnt rtuitctlona to Hub*. 8eu<l for Mtmplc co
ami circulars. Adilrat,
FREW A CAMPltKTJi.
Matting, H'. I'd
(Enteral at iho Foclofflco at Whaling; W. Vn.(
icoomtcliwi pintCor.l
minauitiu, ni,? Ai| iiUtiti itf loost
OvertlisHlver I'nllllm.
An Iioforo stated In tlnsw columns, It r
quires eighty-two votes to nominate In 11
coinliiu CongroKsloiial convention nt
EClairsvlllo on tlio 21st of this month. 1
tothiaiimb Dr. Updogralf is inthuloc
his friends claiming fifty-eight to six
votes for him on the flrat ballot. Ho w
have, for instance, twenty.clght votes
Joffcrson. and, it is claiinod, onu half to tv
thirds of Belmont, thrco townships in II
rlson, and possibly somu support fr<
GuornBoy. By the way thero is a scrlt
disturbanco in tlio last named coun
growing out of an alleged nttompt to int
duco the "Moss" business there. 'X
Barnesvlllo Ifnlerpruc comments on t
situation in that county as follows:
All things considered, tho old plan
allowing each township to select delegal
to represent it at county, judicial and c<
irresaional convetions, m tho correct 01
The nearer we can get at tho sentiments
each community, tho more probability
there that tho ncoplo generally will bo fu
, represented. Sometimes it is necessary
meet a solid county delegation with i
/ . other. This was justifiable in tho Den
Cratio iudiinul rrmvnnflnn lnnf fmtnmnr.
Iflort ot necessary evil to conteract I
ilng inftuenco of Monroo county. i
notice that Guernsey county has ado
ed tho same plan this year, not tlmt otli
counties lmvo done so, bceauso Bolmoi
Jefferson, Harrison nnd Noble aro nil f:
lighting ground, but in order to heal d
senstons in her own borders. In othercc
ventlons Colonel Taylor has been han
capped by a divided Guernsey. This ye
to neutralize this onnositinn. tlio cum
coinmitteo bos decided to allow the can
date who gets the most votea
the wholo county to name
tho delegates. This insures a e
id delegation for Taylor or Andson,
and if certain townships favor i
other man thoy will never bo heard of
tho convention. Tho minority, in she
has no representation whatever, and I
wholo delegation is not merely instruct
. for the succcssful candidate, but he
allowed to''name" them. Noonedispu
tho abstract right of Guernsey politician!
make their county solid for their favori
but supposo tho same plan was adopi
nv ntVinr onimtinn in rni
wumuto iu uiv utaii 11.1. ii.
Jefferson county, instead of giving Tay!
ten votes, would have given linn none, a
Updegraff would have had !19 instead of
votes. If Belmont also should' happen
g^S-givo Updegraff say 1000 votes, Poorui
000, and Taylor 800, then Updegraff,. w:
a majority of votes not in his favor, wot
control tho -17 votes, nnd with his so
Jefferson, would bo nominated, withe
'the ghost of a chance for other cji
didates. This shows how tho plan mig
work in violation of tho will of the pi
pie. All the counties should have
uniform system of electing delegates; a:
all except Guernsey have adhered
J tho township delegate system which li
"v prevailed in other conventions. Tl
fiivea the .Guernsey candidate a mom
oly of his own county, fences out 1
' ?thPr. candidates, and gives him fi
i ground in nil their pastur
This "solid" selfishness on the part
Guernsey is .not. likely to make otl
parts of the district feel generous,
is also calculated to make ill-fecli
among the people, who do not like to lui
; township representation abolished men
to advance the interests of a Candida
whoever he may be. It would have be
'ar better for the leading candidate to hn
permitted a littlo ihdependece,araountine
the utmost to half a dozen delegates, rati
than attempt to suppress all opposition
the adoption of the so-called popular v<
system.
2
The lUvcr Itiillrinid.
A sensiblo and forcible writer in t
AVetzel Messenger presents substantial r<
llKi60^ to the people of that county why th
should vote the $3,000 nsked for right
way payments for the Riyer railroad. 1?I
referj to the time, .a few years ago, whi
B the enterprising young men of Wets
went west to Beek a home for themselvi
. because tlioy bow ^nothing bih mossbat
ism at home, and no prospects tlmt in tin
liny there would bo any development
life and activity in the county worth spea
p; ;, .- ing of. There was no encouragement
?nd bonce they emigrated to t
Si ; active, pushing and enterprising west.
' ':t Second?A railroad will nlinnco -ill
It will bring in a largo increment of pop
^^piation in its wake, impart now ideas, nt
energies and new projects, and put tl
county in easy and prompt coramunicatic
with the out3ido world.
Third.?It will enhance tho taxablo vt
of tho county. The property of tho j
&0. in tho county is assessed at $10,01
por mile, and allowing tho samo rate of u
Bcssment for tho River railroad, it will pr
duco about$l20,000 of additional taxab
values to tho county.
1 "The tax for all purposes in tho Ne
Martinsvillo (Magnolia) district' for tl
year 1 SSI, exclusive of State and Bchoi
tax, was Sl.SO on the $100 valuation, so i
j|?p|that rate tho,.railroad tax for county an
S district purposes would have been i
round numbers $2,1G0, almost as much i
?h'e amount wo aro asked to subscribo 1
finish paynig for,the right of way. In a<
pj^ydition to the amount oi taxes wo will a:
nually get, tho stock wo subscribo will' n
doubt be worth par, so any ono can seo
a good investment, and wo stand in on
Mffl^v,vown light when wo oppose it, Tho distrit
' is not to .become responsible for this stoc
until tlie miul in nohwliv nW/W ' -
construction."
Fourth?Tim building of the road is th
Kj beginning of a now cm in tlio history of
@ v'"rgo portion of our county. It will Incil
tsto and encourago tlio building of tho nr<
. jected Fishing creek railroad, thereby dc
veloning a largo coal vein underlving
good part of our county, andMt will als
BMitato largoly the building of the pr<
poaou ;Miudlebourno road, which is noi
only waiting for tlio ccrtainty of tlio W 1
^ . in order to put this iiltlo road' r
- Bhapo.* ; - ;
Flffh?."\VTinn HirtrrtndiQ <
I Kill want to locate here,for in audition to ou
natural sources and opportunities to mnk
money, there is no prettier orhealthie
mco to hvo than ou tlio Oliio. No douli
ao day will como wlien tho Ohio Vallo
?ill bo almost a continuous village nml
ireat manufacturing centre, becauso whe
his vailoy is fully developed it will posset,
i greater number of advantages thai
ilmost any other locality you might name
In . our opinion there is a future for th
ippor Ohio Valley far beyond our mos
augnino expectations.
[Sixth?The proposition, if we understaiu
t.iaaboutasfpllows:Responsible capitalist
yho arc well known, have agreed to built
his road, provided tho right of way wa
urnisheu anu tho survey made. The 'sur
,v-' "jr. pnvttio means
Hgw coming from imniedKUtifneuda of tho roiul
gSfcThojnrid ownore liavo donated a largo par
1 . o'Uiorlght of way. leaving somo yet whicl
will lmvo to Im paid for. It is estimate*
. that ltwlll.tnko$-ll,000 to buy tho balanc<
mSaOlithorightol Vnv. and in'ordcr toniaki
np this amount it is proposed that Ohi<
county will subscribe $20,000. Wood coun
ffiwty $16,000,' Marshall' county.1 'SI,000 ant
WoUel county &,000 to the capital stocl
n ol Hid rond,so that wo rail say to these cop?
ilalbta "Hero Is yoiir survey umdo and
rIght ol wey obtained; itaiv' build y<iur
roiul." Wa1 bollevo.tlint it la Urn understniullng
to plain UiIh road under euntract
ol construction about the llrst ol July
no next. It the p<oplo-jive It proper cncourn
np-'inent.
'llie I'lro ol ISM.
DO There was quite n destructive tiro In this
city In 1825, which burned property on
<* tliu \riit side Ot Mnln street from lltli up
p to Mnrkut alley. A gentleman lit Loulsk
vllle, Ky., who lived here at the time, Mr.
,iu Qeo. S. MoKlernnn, sends to Mr. David
_ Hell it subscription paper that wa* sinned
at that time [or the relief ol the sufferers ol
= wild lire. The mimes ol the donors and
the amounts donated were as follows:
0*. No?.1i folic...-. tOO COiWm, Tenmloloii... ..8 2 00
iin Win. Wyllo ft 00 Win. K. UimhI 2 w)
l,u I'oiur Yurncll 20 oj M. U Todd 5 00
^ Mo?u W. UtiApltno. 10 00 John IaiibIiIIii ft 00
. K. II. Hweuiliijjun... ft 00 itobort Morrowft 00
Up A. Uililwell 10 CJ Richard Blinina 20 00
.,1 J. M. Ttiom|*oa...v 10 00Saui. Htir/ftff. iw 00
lu? Arch'd Wouda SO 00 A. I'm ton 3 CO
ty Siiimiol McClnUeli.. 20 0, K. Wbl'.ehoA<i&8oil ft 00
Wm. 1'iutou - 10 CO John F. Triwx II 00
ill J. Peiiiborloti 20 W) J. H. Unveil 2 00
in D. Jtoofo 6 00 i*. W.Uulo ft 00
1,1 >lo*o* Thompson... ft 00 J.W.Probaisco.U'blo ft 00
vo- J. < nmpbdl ..... :i 00 J. 1.1st Jr 10 00
M. Nelson ft CO Thou. UllKhvs 2 00
ftr- t. lUrnnnl r? 00 win. Irwin 10 00
J. Dun* 3 00 Tin linns .Monro 1 00
J,u tleo. Unity ft 00 John fcoekinun,mil 1 00
>118 Tho*. Johnston 6 00 i. KlliR ... ft 00
. JohnUoahorn 3 00 Win. Cunningham* ft 13
ty, IU I. Curtis. a 00 Win, H. Tysou ft 00
... J. H?Clmko 3 C'J Alox. Fourth 6 13
ro John Hexion 3 IJ Fowyth.Uobtn A Co 2o 00
lie IMchnrtl Lnno .... ft O II. K. Fcouoy .... ft C3
, John Faurcutt 10 l lo*eph Morrikou..... 3 00
.1*0 llonry Moore 20 C Mnrcun WI'mui ft 00
F. Foitto ..... ft C3 (ieortfo Cotti 3 Ol
Thnnma Paull ft 00 r. Hyaid 3 CJ
ol Andrew 1'. Wood?... 2 00 it. Boyd ft 00
tea J" ? w Thos. Campbell 2 0<J
SBKHKQEJI
of
js Tlie lluliifull for JIny,
lly Wo stilted yesterday that the number ol
to rainy (.lays in the month just closed ex?
m" ceedod, in our opinion, any previous Kay
for many years. Jn response tothissugges'
.he tion, Dr. 15. A. ltildroth very kindly sendt
kVo us tho following copy from his record ol
I}t" raiufall for many years past. It gives an
^ unprecedented/ainfall in May of this yeai
ree as compared with tho months 'quoted ir
lis- ^previous years:
Jn 1N71. .... 3.73 JSW. .. ?4!
? 1H7H .. MlMlfl&L..* C.tf
?" 1671 UGU8S2 i 10.1
101* Avurugu /or Mny, 1813 to 1M7,J.QU lnchcu.
L?r- ?
iin- Gen. B. K. Cowen is to bo ono ol the
io editors of tbo Ohio State Journal. The
ho ?cnera' started out ns editor of tho St.
[ed Cluirsville ChronUle, went into polities,and
i is has had a variety of experience, sincc?
tes aulUcicnt to make him a good editor.
*to
Assessor Jones, of tho Martin's Ferrj
Ien precinct of Pease township, reports per
lor sonal property valued for taxation at $279,
n0(i ugainst $25-1,012 last year, being an in
creaso of $28,429, and new structures val
tied nf S4R.49A Hfnrlln'* I.Wi?' V*..*
11111 * j
itli
ild J-iie Amalgamated Iron Association pic
lid nic at 1 leaver, Saturday next, promises tc
,ut be a'grand ailair. Largo numbers will b(
in attendance from liellairo, Bridgeporl
so- and Martin's Ferry.?lklmont Chronicle.
a rz:
"Tax Payer" is informed that we do nol
publish anonymous communications. The
1,^ real name of an author must accompany
jp. his communication, not for publication,
he but as a guaranty of good faith.
ec ?
0j The Baraesvillc public schools have
jer closed for their summer vacation. They
It close early out there.
w .
J'? I> I I2I>.
"jy MORRISON?On Thursday, Juno 1,1882. at Newite,
ark, o., Isaac Mobmson, of Wheeling, oced 81
en yeara.
ive T1>o funeral will tnlcc place thli afternoon at 3:30
-at o'clock, from tho residence of his son, William
iCr Morrison, No. 2225 EotT street. Interment In Fertility
sula Cemetery. Friends of the family are Invited
itO t0 attend. ?
iPKJT
ll. ron
s llliIlf!Si?l
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, i
l0 Backache, Soronoss of the Chest, Gout,
Otlinsv Stnnn Thnnni .Cn.n//i'??" ??J I
*?!?UIIIIIU* UIIU
w Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
?o Gonoral Bodily Pains,
J[ Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
(1 an*/ ?af$, a/j</ a// oMcr Pains
n and Aches.
18 No Preparation on earth equals St. Jacom Ott m
to ^ *"/?",rr,: {'?}>{? and External Remedy,
, A trial entails but tho comparatively trifling outlay
or no C'ontH, awl every ono sufferinc with pain
j- can have cheap and positive proof oflta claims. ,
iy Directions in Eloven Languages.
it BOLD BT ALL BBD0GI8T3 AND DEALEBS127
MEDICINE,
k A.VOGELER & CO.,
)f Haiti more, Md,, U. 8, A*
? TltAVELEKS' GUIDE.
i- nkraimmr. of trains?wnkki.ino time
j- aun.
day. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
- B.AO.K.R ? fl:? ?;60 3:10 -1:56
il P.M.
0 Cent. 0. Dlv 9:30 1:80 |4:00 11:15 ?.
W.,P.?SiB. Dlv 6:40 1:30 510
.V A.M.
\ ciot. is Pitts............ 6:00 10:40 2:10 |4:55
11 P..C. ASUL... 8:27 6:82 8:27 1:22 4:17 'fcJa
A.M. A.M.
0 C..T.V.AW, 12.00 fi:00 fl:C0
r ARRIVAL or TKAIN8.
C Sun*
? day. A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M.
[ B. A 0. R. R 12:15 10:30 2:30 th20
it P.M. a.m. a.m. A.m.
y Cent. 0. Dlv 5 to 10-.W 2:55 10:45
11 W.,P.AB.D1? 7:55 11:20 0:25
h . a.m. p.m. a.m.
s C10T.& Pitta 11:22 5:48 7:57 18:42.........
, a.m. a.m. a.M. a. m. p.m. p.m.
1 P., 0. A St. L- 10:37 7:52 8:37 10:37 3:27 7:12
I. P.M.
0 C..T.V.&W f 10:2*> 2:251 3:15
t , \ DftUy except Suutiny.
I Btonwmviile Accommodation.?'fhla train dur,
lug the day passes backward and forward between
1 Martin's Ferry and BjUalre: stooping when required ,
a at tho Sherman Ilouse, JEtnavllle, weat \\hoeUng t
I and Gravel IlilL
1 f Mwsllon Accommodation.
3 C? T., V. A W, Trains run by Columbus time.
* "WHEELING AND ELM GKOVE RR i
On and afier SATURDAY, APRIL 8th, ' . < cars
t on the Wheeling and Elm Grove Railroad will run
j oa follow*: Cars will leave the city (corner Eleventh
[ and .Market streets), ?^d 8ta^m's^nt
DRY CARPET CLEANING COMPANY,
op httsmjiuib,
Have during iho pn?t week cipsnM CarpoU of tho 1
OIIWI qiuutjr for J. N. Vanco. 11. K. Urt, D.C. LUt, i
Geo. K. wheat, M. L. Ott, llotx'rt II. Hwceney, A.
M. Adntui, L. H. Delanlnln mid other*, with tho 1
Ulymtne Carpet hute.dono ut rolifeucc*. Penumi
WHiitlnn CnrpcU clennvd by our jtroco'i ihould
Jcafo order# at
1002 MARKET STREET,
far n few dnyi, or nddrou u< at Pliubtirgli.
Jrt PHY CAUPKT CLKANlMfl (X).
TTTANTivD?A GUIL FOIl GENKllAL
t j hoiiM) nid kttchcH work. Ajiply nt.W'2
Mnln street. Jo!-* i
WAntkd-to bokuow si.ooo on
ii, city lots, clcar tlttu given. Addruw W. U.
Q.? thin omce. Itr1.*
JJALAUJS KKL'IUUISUATOIIS,
WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZERS,
ICE CMST8 and
WATER CO.OLE IIS,
All nlxca, nnd far mincrlor to nil others For alio
nt factory i>rlccs only by
NBfllUTT Si IIRO.,
Jo'i 1312 Market Btrcet.
?JANES"F01l 1*0 CENTS.
A nice assortment of dents' and Children's
Cones for ten cenls, only. Also finer goods
I 25c upwards.
W.S. 3IUTCIIINS,
Je2 41 Twelfth Street.
FOU CINCINNATI, LOUIS-, fcgf >.
VILLK ANI) lNTKHMKUlATK-Ugftm
. I*0INT8, tho Commodious i'juisougcr "
i Steamer
BT. LAWRENCE W. M. List, Muter,
. C. D. List. Clerk.
, Will loaro m abofo on 8ATUHUAY, JUNB 3. at
3 o'clock p. M*
. For freight or piwngc apply on bonnl or to
j Jei <;.4I. BOOTH ft HOX. Agent*.
QHAND EXCUltSlON.
flrnnd Belcct Excursion to MARIETTA and
I'AhkersuUKG under theauspice* of the
MfltNNtHUIIUH SINUINIj SUUIhlT,
I onthcvlegant Steamer Diurnal, will leave Wheel[
lugon .
satukday, juxe aa, isss,
' At 9:30 r. m., Bcllalre 10 p. v., arriving at Marietta
next morning at fi o'clock, l'lirkentburg 7 o'clock.
1 Returning will leave I'urkersbnrg tho same even*
iim at ft o'clock, Marietta 7 o'coclc, arriving at
Wheeling Monday morning At ti o'clock.
Thu Wheeling city lkud aud Mayer's Orchestra
J have been secured.
J faro, Kound Trip, $2 00.
{ Tickets must ho procured in advance, from tho
! following ineinbeni: F. C. Athens. J. F. Dick, F.
1 Fox, II. W. Klz. Chan. Mcyn and Louis Uertsohy.
: No tickets will be sold at tho bout.
' Tho number of tickets will bo limited, bosk to
insure comfort Hnd avoid overcrowding.
myl8-'2i:tQ-Jc3
, RUCTION! AUCTION!
: SALE EXTRAORDINARY,
COMMENCING
FRIDAY, JTUIVE J3,
At 7 p. m ,at the corner ol Main and Fourteenth
streets. No. 1322.
Stock consists of a large consignment of miscellaneous
goodn, such iik Go*U, Punts, Vests. Complete
suits for llora and Youths, Bumrnvr Overcoats, Heavy
Overcoats, lioots aud shoes. Hats, Caps, Guns, Pistols,
Watches, Jewelry, Ladles' Dresses, Cloak*. Sacquea,
. Shawls, I-adles' and Gents' Underwear, Musical Instruments,
such us AccoideoiiH, Guitars, Banjos,
Violins, Mouth Organs. Also a Urge lot of Cutlery,
Opcnblnmen, Field Glauses. nil kinds of Neckwear,
Bilk Pocket Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Gloves.
Suspenders, Umbrellas, Parasols, and a large >tock
. of othergoods too numerous to mention. As the
' above goods have been placed In my hands for sale,
? I would respectfully usk the cltlzonsof Wheeling to
. attend the sale aud lake advantage of the bargains
- to be had. The Mile will continue every afternoon
and evening until the Hock Is cloned out.
je2 J. C. liKKVBV, Auctioneer.
A PLAIN HOUSE MADE HANDSOME
WITH THOSE
Ornamental Iron Cornices!
Mude and put ou by
B! IF. CALDWELL,
DEALER 1ST THE .
Perfection llefrigerators,
Ice Cream Freezers,
Water Coolers,
Stovos, Tinware,
Ami all kinds of
IIAiinnnaiPO......... -
Huustt-unnNii goods!
1507 and 15O0 Main St.,
jC2 WHEELING, W.'VA.
SUMMER Sunday School, Musical
Temperance or School ASSEMBLIES
Or Convention's cannot do better than to examine,
approve and adopt Djtson & Co.'s choice st-rica of
Mnslc Hooks.
SUNDAY S'TIOOL TEACHKRS cannot help be- i
Inc taken with our truly golden trio of Sunday J
School fingers. - ^
LlliHI ANU LlftliMSVai
,V> CENTS. I Life of Joyous childR.M.
McINTOSH. I hood.
Banner of. Victory. I w!n?o'!??i'SkivitiJ
Stt CENTS. ' ft shout by happyyouug
ABBEY A M UNOER. filngcre.
BEACON LIGHT. I
{ 5 CKNTri. bo found anywhere.
TENNY & HOFFMAN. |
SCHOOL TEACHERS WILL NOT FAIL TO USE {
Sons I lolls (59 ct?.) for Common Schools, or Wei- '
eoiue Chorus (Jl) for High Schools.
LOVERS OF UO.SPEL MUSIC WILL LIKE
MAI,*: VOIOKt'llOIIt (51 ets.), by Emerson,
?s it bus n capital set of tunei nnd hymns, easy to
slug and of a moderate compass.'
OLIVER lUTfcOJi & C0M Boston. f
C. h! DITSON & CO., 813 Broadway. New York. I
my23-TAF .
NFW spring nnnnQ
<?.(* vi umu UUUUU
* - i
C. Hess & Sons,
MERGHANT TAILORS, i
Have now in Stock a Full Lino o? J
Fancy andStapleHf oolens
ItOTIlFOKEIGN AO DOMESTIC, 11
"Which wo oflflr at' '
Prices that Defy Companion. I
Other Woolens at lowest prices. We curry 5
the largest line of Roods in the r ity, and our k
Get Ups are First Class in every respect.
'a full lixe of . '.v, ; J
BENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! ^
Persons desiring" anything In our line will :
1ml it to their interest; to examine our stock - *
jofore purchasing elsewhere. tf
O. Hess & Sons, (
an<* ^urtecntli^^^ ^
PUT OOODB?OEO. R. TAYLOR.
BONN'ET ~
SILKS!
There being numerous inquiries
for a belter grade of Black
bilks man are usually kept, we
have, In order to supply the
want, purchased a line of the
celebrated Bonn'et Silks on terms
enabling ns to sell them as low
as they are retailed in any market.
Customers wanting to see
this make of Silk will please
ask for the Bonn'et.
Geo. R. Taylor.
PARASOLS,
Sun Umbrellas!
' Fresh Arrivals Every Few Days.
SUITINGS!
Smail Checks, Stripes, Brocaded
and Plain, in Fabric
suitable for the Season,
and of latest importations.
Geo. R. Taylor.
EMBROIDERED
--DRESSES- IN
NUN'S VEILING AND CASKMEItED
INDIA. VERY
DESI It AISLE,
K5f4 SM fl
uso. H. layior.
Summer
Dress Goods.;
STRiPEn &Nn RRnn&npn I
GRENADINES,
HUN'S VEILING,
IAMEL'S HAIR GRENADINES!
Lace Buntings.
?eo. R. Taylor.
OT.KflIllTgn.YK
ljjjj.juuJl.L1X mjlu11u
le sta tils Spring
lie most elegant assortaent
of Rich'Brocades,
.tripes, and lorie Fran
ais in Black and Colors,
re lane ever offered.
lea. R. Taylor,
al>r27
EASTERN DRY GOODS ST0J1E,
Marshall, Kennedy & Co.,
llio MA-IIN- ST.
~T
BARGAINS
l^or tlio "VVoelc,
No. 1?Six ttloces Summer Silks OOccntan
yarn, worth 7fl ccnla.
No. 2?Six pieces Summer Silks 05 cento n
ju?w, wunu *i.w.
No. 3-Parasols and Sunshades In great
variety at exceedingly low prices.
No. -I?LACKS. A largo assortmont of
Spnnlsh.Chlntilly, Oriental, Mlrconrt, Montespuiij
Forciion, Ac., Ac., which wo have
bought at a groat bargain, and marked to sell
at a very small margin.
No. 5?Swiss Embroideries nt less than Iraporters'
prices.
MARSHALL, KENNEDY & CO.
1110 MAIN STItEKT.
Sprints "Wraps nt Cost.
my'JO
DRESS GOODS!
AT LOW FIGUKE3.
Owing to the backwardness of Spring wc
are overstocked with.
NEW AN1) DESIUAIILE
Spring Dress goods
WHICH MUST BE SOLD.
Tlicso goods wc will oiTcr this morning at
less than one-half their former price. *
Spring Wraps at Cost ami Less.
Ladies' Light Jackets anil Silk
Dolmans at Less than New York
Cost. \
CALL AND SEE OU1! PRICES.
J. S. RHODES & GO.
1152 MAIN STREET.
iriylO
SPRING RACES. ^
1882-SPltlNG MEETING.
West Virginia Exposition
AND
STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION,
WHEELING, V. VA.
Half Mile Ti-aclc.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday.
JTTNJE r; S, O and XO.
Purses, $3,(SOO.OO.
PEOGP.AMME.
Entries close May 27tli.
FirstDiiy?Wednesday. .Tim ft 71Ii.
1. Purse, 8100. 3:00 class, l'lrat, S-CO; second, $100;
third. 800; fourth S-tO.
2.Purse. 9,'iW. 2.-2G class, l'lrst, $250; second, 5125;
third, 875; fourth, 550.
Second l)ny?Thursday, Juno St It.
3. Furso, 8500. 2:30 dims. First, 8250; second, 8125;
thrid, 875; fourth, 850.
4. Furso, $100. 2.20 class Pacers. First, ?200; second,
8100: third, 800; fourth, 8 JO.
5. Purse, 8200. Running, mile heats, 2 in 3. First,
8101; second, 850; third, 830; fourth, 820.
Third Ilay?Friday, Jimc OUi.
C. Purse, $100. 2:35 class. First, S2C0; sccond, 100;
third, $?0; fourth, $10.
7. Purse, 8100. Horses owned in Ohio .county, and
never having trotte<l for money. Firat, 850;
sccond, 825; third, 815; fourth, $10.
Fourth Bay?Saturday, Juno 10th.
8. Purse, $200 .Running, mile heats, 2 in 3. First.
$100; second, $50; third, $10: fourth, 820.
9. I'urso, $500 Free for all. First, $i50; sccond,
$125; third, 875; fourth,?50.
10. Purse, $100. 2.15 class. lTVst, $200; second, $1C0;
third, SCO; fourth, $10.
CONDITIONS.?The above faces to bo milo heats,
3 In 5, in harries#, excepting >'os. 5 and tf. To be
governed by tho rules and regulations of the National
Trotting Association, as amended February,
1882. Kntrlcs close May 27th, at 11 o'clock v. sr.; at i
tho Secretary's ofllcc. Fntmuco fee. 10 per cent of
purse. Four entries required to fill and three to
sUirt. A horso distancing tbo field, or any parti
wiiu uiuiivf. .\uurufis nil
communications to the Secretary.
A. HEY MANN, President.
GEO. It. TINGLE. Secretary.
18 8 2.
Fnll Meeting Stnto Kftir and Exposition SEITEHBER11,1-2,13.14,15
ami lfi.
CentcnnUl Day, SA'I UKDAY, SEPTEMUERlCth.
. tWSpcechcs by distinguished Orators on Satur*
ditrjlflth. myl
HATS AND CAPS. -
HITS Al MPS!
Spring Styles
NOW IN STOCK' AT
GEORGE JJATBM'S
1222 MARKET STREET.
mhl7
pitUlT CREAM.*
I will lmve to-day and to-morrow Vanilla,
Strawberry and Pineapple. Also fresh cakea.
Special attention given to family orders.
THOS. F. HEYMAN,
No.,1012 Main street.
ioiepponot>o. :vr :. / my27 I
?A New Discovery. jjfc
It hat alwayt been tupnoted that l\
after the head bccame glazed anil Tho Bculrunn ..V
thlny.lt wathopelett to expect any
hair. Tills It erroneout, we hare H
ctowo hair on hundredi of hcadt 1
that were glazed like a "billiard. J
ball.".' Tint cut it * microtcoplc . i . , 1
view of the follicle and I'apllia from ?*. ' .3
which ihe hair grow*. It will read- niu ii.ii.
Ujr be tccn that though the hair it "Air little _d
Ktmc<romihe?urf*ce.itltHiUall<ro ; '- I
and healthy beneath the tcalp, and i ' J
It only prerented frum growing by V
the contraction of the follicle In traction. /r V
I which lt\hootd crow. The young ... ... ?i t
hair itttlll atlre and healthy, l*?t A-'^lA
cannot force Itt way thrtmjh the Thr j M
hard crutt, until the turface it Mft* Acwllalr^, $ i'i
ened by the Grow lilt. ThetlMtiet . . . im
then slvnb the hair food (akin to IB
manure In the TrgtWUe world), IM
thew?aklifelsttlt?alatett;andUie The Panttta (UlEy
hair turn cm a (tc?b growth. . ^222
^^^P^AMUSEMEKTS. H A
GREAT ATTRACTION II
I'Olt THE PEOl'LE.
The lllrwtori ol tlio FAIR ASSOCIATION ot
I-ar^u Cuhl have Icollrwl llio cclcbtfltwl IMiit, 1
MATTIE HDNXEKi *J
To innkc n tilnl ol upreil In ln'ftt licr UiliJi n'fonl
mllo hint?Inn, lor FHIIIAY, mil ol Jirao. The*
ImVH ilUn l'..1.1 r i.il.nl mill. \|M I.'..r.*.? L'niia.in fur
tliu grand four-lu-haud
OttAJRXOT RACES,
flight thoroughbred hono< hltclicil four nbroA?t Jo |1
chariot* ??no team driven by ayoung ladynud tho IV
other by Mr. Hareo, will give an exhibition of U
apeed each day of the meeting. ThU In tho
Most Exciting and Interesting ?
Exhlbltiou over witnessed on tho track.
ThoDirc'toradeatrons of furnishing tho public ~~
with (1 rat-clam attraction* have at great expeiiae
tnauo thwmudditlona to their programme.
All Kallnmdaand titeauiboau ?ill carry persona
at oxcunlon ItaUa.
Admlwlon Wccnta; cou|>on tickota, four luiraia*
ilona, II.W); children under 12 yuan -5 centa.
GEO. K. TINGLE,
m>27 SKCUKTAUT.
TONIGHTS OF I.A110U BANQUET. -
V.
Eurcka Lodge No. 1,075, K. of L.t will
hold ft bnnqiictfor tbobenelltof the Loilgoon
fill l> A Y#E V EN I NO, JUNE 2, 1HS2,
in tho Market House Hall.tCoiuo oncl come
all! m.v31
GROCERIES AND TOBACCO.
NEW (882lAGKEREL. :
Two aim of 1882 now catch miwkcrol, nil sizes. Ju?t
rccclvcd.
A. Car of" Plicunix ITloiir,
III I.HrwUnn.ll.flng MVW.tfn.1 .Inlll- * flw.Wt m.lllft
Try it, and you will Imvo good bread. __
Now Foloinno IIorriii?r
ill Block.
Largest stock of GROCERIES IN WEST
VIRGINIA.
.JOS. Sl'ICIDICJLi CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
niy2T. 1110 Main and 1417 South streets
ooiimaMijo:
giUftLllttpUUHU?
HE.UHjUAltTEUS I'OIi
MACKEREL,
LAKE HERRING,
And the Celebrated Unglazed
Maddux Aurora Coffee!s
And a Full Line of Sclmllzo's,
Kirk's and Proctor & (Iambic's
SOAPS. .
"We sell LOWER, carry tlic most complete
anil largest stock in the State.
SILVER LAKE FLOUR HOUSE.
my2!)
JUST ItECEIYED?
GIngor Snaps, Graham Wafers,
Out Meal Wafers, Snow Fluke Wafers,
Sea Foam Wafers, Boston biscuits, m
Water Bents, Telephone F*9. i
GEO. K. McMECIIEN, f
1300 MARKET STREET.
Specialties for May in Thuiber's Goods, r
Thurtier's Early Juno Peas, Thnrber'a A. G. 3
Olives, Tlmrber's A. G, Olivo Oil?II is tmru: Tlnir
ber's Fancy lino Apple, Thurber and Van Kossem
or Edam Cheese, Goshen: Tliurber's Iji Favorita
Mfcaroui; Thurbur's Mezzain I'iccolini and l'icoll, W
size of pipe: ThurberM Epicurean Soup, Thurbor's L
Mock Turtle, Tkurbw's Ox Tall. Chicken, Ac.: |i
Thurbcr's Potted Meats, all kinds; Thurbcr's 34 l!
Coffee, for sale at my new and commodious storeroom.
13QG Market street.
myl5 fil-0. K. McMECHEX. ?
S0UI'S- L
CHICKEN, M 0 LUG AT AWN E Y,
OX-TAIL, BOUILLON,
KIDNEY, CLAM, JIEEF, at .1
SMYTH'S- 1
ESS? 1?
piCNIO GOODS.
Luncli Ilam, Lunch Tongue, Potted Ilam,
Potted Tongue, Potted Beef, Potted Chicken, K
Potted Turker, Rolled Tongue. CholcePickles 81
in 10,15 nnd 25c. bottles. A fine assortment a 1
Of fresh Crackers just received at
my 30 SMYTH'S. ?
WINES AND LIQUORS. f
Red cloud saloon, 1
1021 Main Btrcct, tin
DAVID If. KELLEK, i'roprietor.
Having purchased the saloon formerly owned by
Wm. McManaway, 1021 Main street, l have added
to the largo and . varied stock of excellent liquors 11
and clears on hand, anil projtose to keep a strictly 81
llrst-cliLss saloon. Cull aud sec me. V
1). C. KELLER,
my27 1021 Main Street.
3HA8. XK4.UH. 60 L, KRAI'S. fllKD. HAKKK H
c. kraus ac co., i
7 an;
(Successor to H. Schmulbacli & Co.,)
TlTPOTlTP.I?? A\Tn TiVATWa
IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC T'
Wines.and Liquors, Brandy, I
on;, ooEDiAia and whiskies,
No. 1133 Marifet Stioot, Co!
KpS
AHEAD OP ALL COMPETITION. ?
XIIr mm ini<i null I >. fi
I tit fHILAUtLfHIA LAWN MUWER "
n
Is by for the most easily worked, and the lightest J
Lawn Mower made. They have the single Rearing, ?
noiseless rntehctx, rear cut, floating cutting anparatus,
gulf-sharpening knives, loose handle, and the
compact, strong and simple construction char- pj.
actcristic of the Philadelphia. rl
Ttey are furnished with self-locking pawl that 'i"
cannot slip, no mutter how innch It is worn ami
battered, and the revolving knives uro arranged so n
that they throw all the cut gnus backwards. tiftl
tfeetbe Philadelphia before you buy. w>h
Do not forget that the best is the cheapest in the
I Sell a 10 In. Moiror for Sf 12 00. ea
S. IE. BOYD y I Proi
Murliot S<i?urc. Tcl(
my 24 (v
fl mo^mwa . Mrmramo.
}( wUte ^fssssa* *: r,ro"'"s">=
I ^'^^partofmyheaawlilch WMK?" Cfo^?^S5ed .'
I *ml 1 nowhareuffowtahea.lof haif?t*n? 1.,?*." ?**>"? si
|J M'- irgyg^^!'
).?. A"kyour Druggtit or Sartor to Est !>
I direct nnd tho Grower win k* * "ory
1 'hO"'" ?? ' %ENTrOHHAbn.,n?."n^a'j:!
58MAINSTREET. |
j
[. BRILLES,!
THE SljUAltE DEALING j!
II
II
Ino Prion filnthior :
IIU I IIUU UIUIIIIUI)
ANTS YOU BEFORE YOUBUY
ro look at our I'ieco Goods.
To look nt our Scotch Cliovlota.
ro look nt our Caseuiws.
To look at our Silk Mixed Iloatlicr.
To look at our Worsteds.
To look at our Cloth.
To look at our Crcpo ami Tricot.
To look at our runts Patterns.
AUSHD SElSl
Come ami sco our itcmly-mado Clothing.
Como ami sco our all woolen Suits.
Come nml sco our Ohevlot Suits.
Como ami see our Diagonal Suits,
Como ami seo our Worelcd Stilts. ?
Come and soo our Middlesex FlnnnolJ3uitfl. I
Como ami aco our Mixed Suits. j
Como aud seo our Light Pantaloons.
BITS"
Buy your Youths' Sulla from Briljes.
Buy your Hoys' Hulls from Brilles.
JJuy your School Suite from grilles.
Buy your Children's Suits from Brillcs.
Buy your Kilt Suits from Brilles. ,
Buy your Fine Shirts from Brillcs. J
Buy your White Vesta from Brilles.
Buy your Neckwaro from Brilles. i
J". BRIIiXiIEiS.
J. Brillcs litis the largest Stock.
J. Brillcs has the Boat Made Goods.
J. Brilles has the One Price System.
J. Brilles litis the Finest Salesroom.
J. Brilles lias the Niccst Furnishing Goods.
J. Brilles has the Latest Styles.
J. Brillcs has the Cheapest Goods.
J. Brilles has One Price Only.
ALSO
- ? 7 "
i e Keep?Rubber Goods in all varieties.
Satchels in Solid Leather.
Umbrellas in Silk and Gingham.
Collars and Cutis in three and
four ply Linen.
Kid, Lislo Thread and Berlin
Gloves.
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs.
Silk, Lisle Thread, British and
Fancy Half Hose. ,
Lisle Thread. Gauze, Laco and
iiaiungan unaerwear.
j. brTlles,
X1C58 IVTain Street.
mvlfi
FURNITURE, CARPETS,&C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
AND
CARPETS!
I t | Wearo Just in receipt, at
-I rn furnf^^'KHtcHJc. c^am.,
835 E BBS H ' BERbETS. PARLORriET8, J
>B?i I SIDEBOARDS and WARD.
II ? 1 5 ^ur **cw Patterns aro now
'OrnOTO ?? embracing MOQUETTEy,
Jfll flHlXlVELVETS. BRUSSELS. TA
f j# v 1V I l'ESTRY and INGRAINS.
? f Our assortment of Rurs Js _ycry 1
* S6CYA PArR?i embracing SMYRNA-. VEU- i
llEU A ' VEV^, M0SQUKTTK8, BRUSSELS,
I U U'J I TAl'ESTRY, and many otheiu.
.inoleum Oil Cloths!:
All widths and Standard Makes.
Mow Shades!!!:
ttcriiB for Storcsand Private Dwelling *
ull lino of the Wakefield and lfeywood Bros. s
olding Ghairslill;
j tlirco lending factories of the country. .. I
ihairiber Setslsi i
t
? ? _ i iThCSOffonduwtOiavn ?'
A I In I \ QTO Imttdo. 10 onlcr and V
UI IUI Uum gIvo^Itcr styles "^;",;KiX"u)V,'orlus"mams
tU i
1NDERTAKING.:
i
lurnlshod ou short noticc. ~
^Dsanim a i
ail & Sun. 1
^URNlTUllE AKD CARPETS. "
ie Chamber and Parlor Suits,p
And h largo lino of
Ilw'J?!? nml Window Shades,
% ?8htlnIhY&X^, 01,1U?
ourprlSaandyS,?'^^"'! ?. "??"5
undertajjujq (i;
Ltfj??? owfully attended u, ,i?* ... ?'
.???? x.0. w. Call,Himyorwl nt ,
R Hor. Marlrft and Twrnit^wonrt fl'tt.
-Amu psora.*' I
lbe?j?f Denton*! H?l, mMS0^
tw?i. i cm.,,;' flb? 1ou.prtli.
money onn be'ient.to ui % m
d.w Prlc?, *1.00 per Gottlo. Lnriim
>>i 334 Euolld Avenue, Clevelnnrt. a f
BDUCATtONAU
I SCHOOL FOB til
SCC1UTY, MOTHERLY OAM, 000b BoAfen I
ISO, DKLIOHTFOI* MOATIOX AXU I
HBASOSAlH-KCIIAROla.
IT. 1>E ClIANTAIi ACAllEHV I
NEAR WHKKJ.ISO. \Y. YA '
luol ?1> U.0 HIBT MONDAY 0?ffi?
Kll oil.nii'l coMlmiolm tncmthv '?
l'.iilU tic?lvc?r ?l??? Uino 1" "10 f?-?lon.
TficMWhailcaIN to l>laco OiflulMpW.,,.
Jeff 5 fcuwta wlucnilon, wrtu?Ht.K?h?ffli
55UMN *wX wvulo, M yn
"mm 11
1
pEMAIilS BOllOOL AT B
rho National Cupitnl I
str. and Nn. Wm. 'fi1'*1? 9Wfoui<'! I
Mitiol allho KaM"' 1 C"1|U"'' K''"'
lhu 1/Hf cciiooi ior iohiiu lm w. on ih.Ci?"!
iVKDJS' tSDAY In BKITEM1IKR/In1|J!#?2SS?
it present occupied by Mr*. M. ll ArvhU^SSV*
in Fourteenth Ltrcet Mr. au.i MrCViffl {jS#
iMlilCil by a complete eoipg of Miuien
aclllty will bo afforded to itmleiiu t? *1"*! 1
iliuvcf, whllo tliu preparatory ileinuttnJiiMlfH
wlu most thorough attention. , m *
Tlio modem language* will form n
caturo of the school. For full lwitlonuW^
WEST VIRGINIA UKIVEfiif
hmiic* for 0110 year from 9175 to f.io- n
liberal, Ihotouuh. Fall term WrIn't b
f.\18?l;.iAl,c.,ula,,lrc.,,Ult ye" frows^S?
tvcsv viniiiiiiinmi irom a State* niulTurttrri?' H
S* umber of students bUKertlmnfortenyftn J H
^VKorcnlJilojniwuHiJ olher Information it*w W
Ujo Acting I'rcihlcnt, 1). 11. l-UHIMox. ffi
town. Vcki Vii- bxW lfi|
BUSINESS CAUDS, ' I
^HEELING BOILKH vomr- H
Manufacturers of i>orlnblo, slntlonarr, nirfa US
boiler*, brwchlnff, chimney*, lnnv?, ntlfli, ,w Hfl
Hlnutcw and all kinds of heavy hwttrun W B
Denlew In jsecouil hand bo-'lers. KoMnf(,rmin?'H
nPPly *0 COX .t MOKltlaOK.
.No. KM Mattel klmi H
Telephone C-21. ltopnlran|>cclal attcuiiuii. Terei DM
roitoniihlc. tny? "HBI
gTEl'llEN McCOLLOUGll,
Carpenter mid LNtlldcr, fl
Brick Buildings erected complete lu all tnojm Hi
Improvement*. Also wooden biilldlnn fitutl ta WW
comploto on lot.- Wooden buildings innd |4 Bra
fitted up In yard at work Miop mul ukui to i..H
part ana completed, *>n reasonable tonni. All it ffiji
{oration* made on old bulldlinra, roofx vaJim t-J RS
jky-llRhtatvarticularly attended to. l'evkn.wuaun. B9
and Hliclvftig tilted up on short not la*; Hon-lroMi HH
put In and stores altered. Hwlilenco No. S3 KB
teenth Htitet, formerly occupied l?y Mr. Btu Eil?, H3
Bhop In rear of Capitol, on Alley IX ntn BB
0. LIST, Ja,
PORK PACKER
And curer of tho celebrated CHESTER MKATf,' ?H
wblch aro now ready and for wle it ii
28 FOUUTEKST11 S7RIR H
My B, 0, Meats aro all branded, "Liat'i H|
fcPS |
Wj&ai YliUJliNlA bil'^UlL ASD
SEAL WORKS,
No. 1731 MARKET 8TKHET. VfHKKLKQ,
Manufacturer of Stencil l'latcs, linmlnj Sn^
Bteei ounips, Rubber Stami* ami Nine FiH
Seals engraved loonier. Postodlcc JlHikingSua* ,i
Canccllors and supplies. Rubber Type ml 3
kinds ol 8teucil8ui?pue?.
jy!8 A. T. CASTCS.
rp 13. CAMDEN, M. I).,
Physician uii<l Surjyeoui'
Residence and ofllce No. 105 Fourte;nih?twt;
Olllce Rleo at 1133 Cliupllne street.
Telephone No. OOl and No. 11.
CaIIh promptly answered. nfl l;
WILHELWS
Hereby announces that he If. reedy to do illrtufr ?
Init on furniture oi any kind, carpet Uyinj, if
holRterlnK, paper banging, carpel cleaning, fa,
Special atteutlou will be paid to cleaning cl lia
curtains.
Jd.13 1051 Market street. WMtridt. ,
J M. CLOO.STON,
kj r 1
OSXIJW15 I
Grain, G ton ml Fectl, ISnlcd Hay,Strairbi H
South Street, Ncnr Mnrkct Street Bridge, : H
VVJ11 pay tbc highest market price lor wheat, aa, V^H
and ontn. !>lt M
ATTQRUEYsi K
(Z.KO. R. E. GILCHRIST,
U ATTORNEY AT Uf, ?
Office with Taylor Burr, H
No. 12 Twellth Street
Admiralty and MarltlmoLaw a specialty, Ool^fr H
Lions promptly made. ?c?t fag
Wj. w. cowden.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
otuce, No. 1222 Chnnline St., Wheeling, W.7i? H
Prompt attention to nil hnsiiiiaw Km* EfcJ
JR. COWDEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
No. 1222 Chapllne St., Whoritog. W. Vi Pyfl
Hannibal forbes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllce, Custom House, Wheeling. V>. V*. l?tt . H
tames p. rogers, _ "
'J ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 1207 Cha^liiio St., oppohitc tio Court Honje, jgg
mivi-miK, n. VIU row
T^ANIEL LAMB,
V ATTORNEY AT LAW,
0^1318 Market street, (over City wnk.) WUed*
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
?)R. J. B. Ei;i:i) '
Has removed his ollice and residence too
lie Eighth ward to the corner of Twenty*
iccond and Clinpline street.*, Fifth ward.
Oillco hours?7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 r. x., * to
I r. m. Telephone ! ' 10. myM
PROFESSIONAL.
I)R IIULLTHEtJ has returned to the cltyandreumed
the pmeiice of medicine ami Misery. Ht
an bo found ut thu
OFFICE OF THE HO A HO OF EDUCATION.
ivor the City Rank. Mt>rket street. JgJ*.
^JLEXANDER BONK, SR.,
fOTARY PUBLIC, LWESSKD OESSHM KU&
SES8 AND ItKAL ESTATE AGENT.
LoanB negotiated, stocks Utiifjlit and wld.BOj
hanta' and xntmufuctiirors' bookiio|*ncd,ex*ouiw
nd closed. Eatute* wjttled, note*, Ix-ok
njl rents collected. Houses rented ind lc*3VlllocHnilu
nmmi.flo 111,.<! AilvlnrH* aiflfc
Ji 1)ukI?*.*s corrCiii?on<loiiecToiif!tIentliilIj'*ttcn<W
t). Bend for circular to referent**. 1318 Hunt
Lrcet, (Creuglc'a lilock,) over City K*uk, MctM
V. Va. 1*C_
g. o. SMITH,
teal Estate, liond & Stock ISroher.
Spcclal Attention given to collecting rent* ?<1 ^
encral management of Jteul K>Ute.
mhl 1220 Main mrwi. Wlu-ellng. W. J*.
JlHOMAS SWEENEY,
ustlcc of the Peace, Notary Public and
General Iliisiitcks A sent. ,
1142 Chupliao Street, Squire Felberi old
lllce. nilil?_
_ WALL PAPER.
u/iirf DiiDCi? l
iiniiii riiiuiii
ust opened this week another new ?tock? ,
all kinds of
aper Hangings, Borders, Dados j
AND FJRKKZJCS
OF TIIE LATEST DESIGHS.
Aba a JuJJ Jlnu (>/
loth and Paper Shadings.
Inspection of my stock invititl.
> v?'-trx_LNi
nvlt 11."/i VAIN' gri-KKT. ?
jl'ORTSMEN'S JIKAnQU-AlTTKl^
For Fine Single ami Double Itorrtl
i i. DSflrte I
uiui uuns, niiio^,
'ftper ami IJrai.M Bhcilt*, Gun Iii?i?leinciits
ami Ammunition, at
i. o. pixjloiv'S,
. Ji!23 Market Street.
all and sco tho SemMfammerhifl Siw'?
rel Gun, something no\r.

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