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THE INTELLIGENCfiRh
rubllihed dally (Snndayi exempted). 4
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| At K<* 25 and 26 Fourteenth Btreet. T
TERMS OF DAILY! f
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TERMS OP WEEKLY: t!
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ad CiiCuUn. AUilriu, t
KB KW & OAMPBKI.L.
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(KiitorwlitUiert*toDlce?tWhc lliig, W. Va.,u u
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K.,7 .MIHSUSO, W. V*.. Jl!t* 13, mi J,
t'J'lV.'V-?" " . . . ? y
Jixlsn l.oonilt* Koiniiuitloii-ilK' t'mivnu
upcuiM], n
Two cnndidateshnvo been nominated for l<
Congress in tho lth Wcat Virginia district, $
'".'vie Dr. Burbce, the canriidato of the c
(ireenbnekers, and Judge George Looinia,
! v / tho candidate of tho Kepubllcnna. The n
L lk>r)amn?L.u ?II1 ?... ..1! !_?? !.. il>? T)
J'UMUV-IHIO mil IlilVU U tilUUIUIUU III IIIU 4
: Hold in duo time. So that tho contest, ^
5/; when it opens, will bo triangular in its
! character. As regards personal standing, '
the two candidates already in tho field are 8
supposed to bo unexceptionable. In the 11
. matter of professional training for such a r
|, position, Judgo Looinis bus the advantago of 11
a career as a lawyor and public speaker. c
Hay wlmt wo may about lawyers, their c
11 profrtaion is tho ono after all that fits them 0
ajj for law,making. Tho pcoplo recognize this
j?v' fact throughout tho country by sendiug an H
^overwhelming preponderance of thorn to a
r,X- both houses of Congress. A trained and 1
experienced lawyer of character and f
standing is tho man who as n rulo can best 0
: ncrvo tho interests of a Congressional ilia- ^
U triet. Thero aro notable exceptions, of
: ; ' course, but liko all exceptions they only 1
l>rovo tho general rule. AVo tako it there- 1
i --.' ' fore that Judgo.Looinis starts out with this
advantage in his favor, lie is trained t o
' v; . exainiuo all questions of law closely and to *
explain their bearing on tho interests' of 0
this people intelligently. "
iA\rohopo to see the present canvass con- "
!ductwl nnon thft insnns reiillw nt. ntnl-n K
! tween j>olitical parties. The capacity of a J
; . a party to grow depends on tho vitality of
. V ita principles. Tho Republican party has M
principles of a distinctive character. They
are such as after rei>eated trials for the last c
: twenty years have commended themselves v
to the favor of a majority of tho people. ?
. Thero is no reason why they should not be
as popular in West Virginia as in Ohio and .
i ; Pennsylvania. West Virginia stands side
| by side with these States as respects a com0k
munity of iuteresL She is, like Western ]
! Pennsylvania, a State to be developed and 11
built up by a diversified industry. Tho
^^legislation of tho Republican party has al- F
ways tended in this direction. More than H
: any other party, since the days of the 0
Whig party, it has held to the doctrine of ?
EWfrius iuaicniig ui uiu uugusi measure ana
area of diversified-industry. This policy r
>' lias made Fcnnsylrania great, und is ca- 0
k..-J;; pable of making West Virginia great. An '
Ipffa onere agricultural State West Virginia *
&lias only a very slow growth before ber. ?
'She must be a manufacturing State. *'
Again, the Republican party more tban "
s^p-any other party haa defended and upheld .
: . the honor of the nation as regards strict '
integrity in the matter of sound 1
money, as represented in tlio National
^. promises to pay. It has demonstrated to
the world lhat honesty is the best policy P
|^v.7or nations as well as individuals to pursue.
The immense decrease in the inter- ?
est of the National debt from $150,000,000 ''
r,wTr-j?;r annum 10 jess man S0o,wu,uuu, and u
the further expected decrease from 3J per &
; cent to 2$ per cent bonds, allows what an 0
^ honest administration of the National 11
. finances will bring about This is tlio ^
'proud record of the Republican parly.
Every Republican in the land can point P
to it with pride and gratification. P
gg^We believe that the. Republican party 8'
fejhas no priiicipfes to hido or be ashamed P
^;of, and that the proper way to conduct a P
^ canvass is not to subordinate, but to exalt t(
f&fita principles beforo tho eyes of the people. ^
as a party, we do not succeed in any
Ks^purticular district in any particular u
jgl canvass, we can have at least this a
consolation that wo. have sown good ^
^ifseed,- have conducted an educational l\
^ ^.canvass as respects tho principles of our 11
party, and have advanced its standards a ^
l^fday'a march nearer to ultimate victorv. r<
' 11
Mr.Turner'* Socuuil Article.
B Mr. E. M. Turner says in his second j,
[articje on tbo subject of a tariff that ho Cl
does not advocate freo trade. In this re- fc
#*' apect then bo differs from many so-called ei
tariff reformers. The Democratic platform j,
p.';of:18S0 declared for "a tariff for reveuue ^
c;;^ only'.M What this declaration meant can ^
^ bo judged of by a ])receding declaration of =
ft??tho sarno party in National Convention as- I
sembled, "for progressive free trade L
throughout the world." It is to "progres^.[sivo
free trado throughout tho world" tliat
the party looks. It looks in this direction
ffisSbcMuso tho leading element in tlio party?
^ the Southern element?is a free trade eleS
ment, preferring, if anythiug, to bring its
wares dt every kind from Old rather than
jp&New England.
^ A tariff for reven'uo only, such as Mr.
I mm refers to, is a verydeceptivophra.se.
&Tho present tariir produces a largo amount
Sfiret'-Tovpnuo to tho "United States?about
?nml nnft nhionfinn /% 5q
j|?vthnt it produces too much revenue, tho
Smother objection being that it taxes unduly
|pL certain interests to produce this enormous
^ revonuc. "Woaro of thoao who admit that
the present tariir needs readjustment in
order that its inequalities may bo rectified,
i^o advocate, for instance, a considerable ?
reduction of tho tarifl* on steel rails, and c?
wo havo explained tho grouud on en
which wo advocate it. Mr. Turner, how- ?
ever, proposes to abolish all duties that are
[;:};V'l).rotectivo in thoir character. IIo proposes "
to reduco everything to a revenuo stand- J;.
ard. Well, wo need a good deal of revenue. %i
of it is derived from internal imposts,
such as tho tax on whisky and tobacco, 'f
etc., and part on imported goods. We ,hl
need, say in all, $2o0,000,000, counting u'
fe.only net ordinary expenditures and interVnlilln
JrtKf A* .'.!? tnl. *?.? ?
I vvuw y.4 kuu I'uuiib uvoi, y? nuiwi iu? 11 111'I- ?
.nal revenue will supply, after tho red uc- Uc
i lions proposed, gay $100,000,000, leaving Tt
$150,000,000 to bo raised by the tariff. A
.r.revouuo ; tariff then would mean a tariff
;fthat/\vould raiao $100,000,000, or $ IS,000,- r.>
>000. less than tho present tariff !t
produced last year. This would ?
certainly require a good deal of protection*, _
aud probably, under favorablo circum- 7
\ ; stances, Mr. Turner and ourselves would V
not bo very far apart in such adjust- m
! rnenta as would reduco tho present tariff or
Broown to $150,000,000. llo Is aware, howof
two facts, (l) that there ia a moveyiv!
ment on toot to reduco the internal rovenuo ""
BRtS^nominal sum, and (2) that the Govern- 1
^BSmt'must provide for a certain uraouutof
extraordinary expense*, such aa the lar^e
lcrcaso In pensions. For Instance, the
itimated outlay for neniiionii noxt Vimr I I
100,000,000; last year it was $50,000,000. wJ
he whole estimated expenditures for the aj
seal year ending Juno 30th, 1883, foot up t
>40,402,607 05- Deducting internal rev* J?
quo from this to the amount of $100,- til
)0,000, and wo have $240,000,000 to raiso ?f,
oin other sources. What sources but tlie Jjjj
irifT and tho public lands? The public <
inds yield but a trifle, so that, substantially, Nle
wholo amount must ^como from the ^
irlir. This (lien would necessitate aa much
irilF rovonue as we now raise.
Now the tarill* is only estimated to ^
roduce $215,000,000 for tho fiscal year L?
ndingUOth of Juno next Tho internal
3venuo was estimated, without reference "T
> the proposed reductions, to produco
155,COO,000, So that when Mr. Turner e'elares
himself at this time in favor of u I
iritr for revenue ho must be understood to
?ean us beimr in favor of n tnriirthnf u-in
roduce us much at leant as the present J
ariir produces. I
It will bo seen from this data that there jj
s a great deal of deceptive writing in re- r?
ard toatariir for revenue. Tho government
must havo all the money needed to
ay its current expenses and liabilities. It i
uustget lhl? inouey, as wo havo explain- J
d, mainly from two sources, custom re
eiptsand internal rcvenuo receipts. Some ?
f the active "tariff reformers," liko Senaor
lieck,Tof Kentucky, advocato a wholenlo
reduction of the duties on tobacco
ud spirits, thereby making tho present T
arifT, or its equivalent, a necessity. Sup- |
fose they succeed, what thon? We must
ontinuoa high scale of tarifl' duties or
k'e must resort to direct taxation. Mr.
burner will hardly advocato direct taxaion.
Tho boldest of the tar ill' reformers 1
lo not advocate such taxation. What then 1
lo they mean?
It will be seen that while Mr. Turner
irofosses to be in favor of a "tariff for rev
nue oniy,' uiu tenor 01 ins argument is
>n behulf of free trade. No nation has aboluto
freo trade?not even Englond.
ihe levies certain very heavy duties. Tea,
ofloc, tobacco, spirits, <kc. are heavily taxed
>y lier. The last budgot-of Mr. Gladstone ?
hows an estiinato of $90,500,000 from cus- I
oms. It also shows a much larger gon- I
ral estiinato of receipts and oxpenitirea
than ours, and, whilo England may
laim, for effect, that her people are freer
rom taritr taxes than ours, yet her indirect A
arms of taxation, such as her land tax and "
101180 duty, as well as. her tea and coilee
1x^8, all bear upon the masses, ond are
terhaps felt quite a3 much by them as tar- _
[f taxes are by the people of this country.
Wo do not understand Mr. Turner as bo
roposing.to do away with any of the necesary
expenditures of the government. Detncrats
seem to be very anxious to secure
ven extraordinary appropriations. > "West M
Virginia gets her full share of these for her <
ivers,public buildings etc. The Democrats
f Uio South clamor for large appropriations Pjj
)r tho Mississippi river and its tributaries, ur
ill these appropriations, united to the nec- 1*5
ssary expenses of tho government, call go
>r vast sums?sums that must be raised to,
minly by the tariff. When therefore
Ir.Turner claims to bo in favor of a tariff
or revenue, aud yet makes- arguments in
ivor oX freo trade, we do not exactly 6ce mi
be force of his position. We do not ask h(j
or a tariff that will raise no revenue?fora p"
rohibitorv tariff? but for a tariff ta<
liat while it is laid for revenue J,1*
hall so discriminate as to protect our own jv*
nterests. This is the Republican position
nd platform. As long as duties arc necesary
they should be laid (1) upon articles
f luxury and (2) upon such articles as an- M
igonizo a healthful diversification of inustry
on our own soil. And inasmuch as ^
irge sums are now necessary for the exenditures
of the Government, such as the u?
aymcnt of interest,'.the paymentjof penions,
the reduction of the debt, the im- ?P
rovement of rivers and harbors, the sup
ort of the army and tho navy, how aro wo ^
) escape hying wide-spread and even
eavy duties ? T?
Tho present clamor for a tariff for revene
only, if it really lias any meaning
t all, means this, a reduction of our sche- ?
ulo of duties to a point that will vastly ""
nd overwhelmingly stimulato importaons
to this country. In order to produce
le revenue required, supposing the tariff
{formers to reduce tho duties down to
nything like a nominal standard, there
lust necessarily be a heavy increase in the
nportations, and this would mean of
jurso the substitution of European Roods
>r American goods. It would would eitlir
be this or such a reduction in prices <3
ere as would defy and restraiu importaons,
and this latter means of course a re- 1
action in American wn^es. roj
M IliALT EXTBRC1 ]
j | |
RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANSofih.hUk.ttmiB.ix.
l>nb tMti ?f lbs AtUntlo. m *a tqf?|q?bl?Tonk ?ol Rmiot*.
lii ?ihi or (l.n.rtl D.bllltj, Nmotu U?i'it?iloQ, Eufnblrl
ttillulloo *nd F.tn?!? WmkBMi.
NURSING MOTHERS, wko latTer fr?m po?wty ef junk, will
<1 II t ipwlfle for Ibttr trotiblw. It .itmnl.L. th* dli.itloo,
up?ui lb* ?pp.UU. tn?lpr*l?? *nd bulU* up Ibt tuilr. >jium,
4 ttcli.i ? jtntroui Bjw of tallk.
WEAK AND SICKLY CHILDREN, ?honfu rwm u.iima.
4 *t?rlom. lU mull of ot.r.ludj, or o.rioci ilr?lo,
U d?rlt? .ubtUalUl Uotdl frrm lu an. It rtiur*. tbo
i.iu lo lu nena?l condition ?u4 Irinp tock lb* bloom of
uth. vv
INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS ?m am im?tr.biy
?['|M f.T ?uit?lntu< l|f?, tml rtilorln* lail ilttn(tb. Wtm lb* fjll
iiutcb I. *??' ?nJ rtfUK? elhtr nourlibm.nl the Furitl ?lll
ai* ia .ic.ll.nl iubtllUM far fowl. It nillbir ptlUapoa lb*
Hill* oar off.u-1. lb. UlU.
DELICATE FEMALES, onto from lb? v.tkn.i.*. ff
rtr mi, *111 Ji'.ti Inline ttll.f from lu uh. It Improt.. lb*
c.iiloa, porUii u.? Me?l, iiIdbUU* t-? tppotlu, ?c4
iplrlu. gUJ
WEAK AND DELICATE PERSONS GENERALLY, ?t>? bu
;?fr? him MtlBclU r?itor*tl???*o4 ?*p?cl?llj tbo.. who ?r?
tllntj to Cen?imntlen_?M *?' t'1
? - ? imcuy miirJ ?>
their needi. Il li aipeclfle fnr the C?i|be it] Serrsae AtT?a* If,
M uiukil; Incident to a low itiU ?( the iptio.
AS A FLESJ1 RESTORER it i-mkimi the hijbeet r?io?. ^
it *h?l* tecde&sy of III Mtlen It to ttlmaUte the 4!(*elita of
:-pmloclii| fooji, ant |u effaet l? loftrleblr to (It* MIdmi
1 rouoduiu w lb* festal* form, id! ttbuilMM to It* bumbIIs*
is*.
THE L1EB1Q MALT EXTRACT I. % ^ raid DI
trait *t Halt, atmeble U lb* t?ite, and fru froci alcohol. | |
It r**4lly r*Uln?t en Ihe aiomaeU an4 contain* none Mil
loUKtui anj nouriehlnf U(T*]l*nt*. Tb? genuine pr?p?raU?a
tt* on the label a flooenirneed llkeneieof IWaoa to* I.iiiij,
I a ric-eiMiLior fcl* Hlieaiore, tt w,u u that of A. YOUCLKK
CO., Dutueo**, Mt>, tWe Aftsut.r Acwikk. T
? f'OI
^OEAN FAltE 11EDUCED. 31?.
From Hamburg or Bremen to New York or BaltlFrom
"Antwerp to New York or Philadelphia, P
ily $20. P
For lurthcr information and Tlckota call at 1
II. V. HK.HKKNS', B
Jyfl 2217 and 2219 Market Street. ?
i IX KINDS OF PLAIN AND FANCY ?tS
1 JOB WORK ?:
NF.ATLY AND fHOMPTLY EXECUTED TI
xt niK JL
DULY INTELUUKNCUR JOB OFFICE, Ht*
Nos. 25 and 27 Fo*rtctinth Btrwt, Otl
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TTANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENT
ERAL Uouaework Id a atnall ftmllr. Good
a1!'"7 """y
>ROPOSALS WANTED.
Ifal?4 propoMla will bo received at thU office unthe
lith day of J uljr, IMi, it nnon.for the erection
an annex to the weitern tin! of the Jul I; outer
lUiatid partition to bo of brick: roof board ?hee*
iK covered with tla. 8peclfl<atlon? to bo n?eu at
l? Ullli ( ItOII'T II rt iiiih.
Jloikof Board of Comml?!o7ieri ofObtoCouuty. 1
St. Jy'3
yillTK MOUNTAIN FREEZERS, !
Queen Refrigerators,
Ice Cbesta and
Water Coolers,
itli latest Improvement, and tbe bcstiroods
tbo city, at NRSUtTT A BKO.'S,
jy!2 . 1312 Market Street.
OK, ICE, ICE.
For very beat anil heaviest quality
.AKE ERIE ICE,
And lowest j>rlce?, addre*
SADLBR & CO.,
Iyl3 Wholesale Dealem, Handiuky, Ohio.
DEGULAK PITTSBURGH,, fr> H
WHKKl.lNO AM) KANAWHAifroftttt
VKIt 1'ACKfcT. The fine ' n",Ml
iwonperSteamer ..W. N*. CHANCELLOR
K. P. chancellor. CapL Ira 11 lliiutliiKtoii, Cl'k.
U'avea I'ilUburKh Tbunday at 4 r. H.
i'oww Wheeling Friday at ? a. *.
l-eavca rharhntoii ondayxni 7 4. >f.
[ asNJH Wheellnir. ut?. WctfiieiulKv Ht l x. v.
Iflotto connection at Unlllpolts with Clucliilintl
ckctM. Freight nnd jwwMniRew receipted through,
ir freight or wuwitfo apply to
iri3 c. h. booth & bos.
G-EEAT
IEMNAHT SALE
-OFDRESS
GOODS,
BEGINNING
THCIS
'May Morning!
, S1EDENBAGH & BRO?
1104.- jVInin Street.
Telephone F-52. jy!3
wf YENS' COMBINATION HEATER
TjLHiid fllterer for purifying water for steam
Hera. M YEtUj & (iLA&j Ma.xuk'rs,
GS Thirty-11 nit Ktieet, Wheeling, vv. Va.
TESTIMONIALS.
Whkkuno, June 12, ISSi
essrs. Myeoj & Glass.
'Jests. After ninety day'* trial of your heater
d fllterer we decided that It was a necessity that
j keep It for the good of our tailor*, and we Uike
easuro lu taylnu to you that It lms proven to be
I you claim for It iw a hentcr and dltercr; aud wc
e confident It U better for the purpose than other
litem we have lu use, and although wo kept no
curate account of the fuel saved, mill we have no
iuht, <ui(l tlrmly believe. It does save fuel. An to
atlng and cleansing boilers and keeping them
, there can be no doubt.
~ Belmont Nail Co.,
J. 1). m; 150 IS. fcec'y.
Miciiakj. IIkaly, Eng.
"ItJt&K. OUPU
WIIKCUSO, W. Va., Bept. 15,18S1.
i Theodore Myers,
Dear Sin: I take pleasure In recommending your
ater now In use at the Fulton Paper Mill. It wo*
it In some two months since, anl altera trial for
at leiiRth of time I consider It an Invaluable at-,
:hmeut wlicte boilers are In use. When we made
8 attachment our bolters wera covered with scale,
w tlicy ure entirely clean from the use of pure
iter thrown In through the heater. The tavlng
fuel ha* been fully twenty per ceut.
Very truly your?.
a. G. komnson,
Daniel Clemjianb, Chief Eng.
Wheilixg, W. Vx., March 15,18SZ
essrs. Myers A Glass,
WHKKUNO. W. Va.
Sknts: It affords us great pleasure to stato that
u hoiter and llltercr placed In our packing house
connection with our boiler gives entire satlsfac
in. It shows a saving or fully twenty per cent In
e co?t of fuel siuce It yras placed in connection
tit our boilers. The heavy scales have all been
moved since the heater and Mtcrer has been in
oration. We can cheerfully recommend it to
y parties In ueed of the heater and flltorer.
We Remain Truly Yours,
el3 F. Sch*nk Si Sons.
Steubknvillk, 0., Juno 13,1882.
i Whom It Mar Concern:
fhat wc had the Myers it Glass Ifoatar nnd Fit.
cr at'aehed to our"boiler?, and that i t did remove
s heavy scale from our boilers.
W. R. ELLIOTT,
o Manager JcfTcreon Iron Works.
46tli
Topnlur Monthly Drawing ortho
In tho City of Louisville, on
Jlonday, .Titly 31st, 1SS2.
rheso Drawings occur monthly (Sundays cxccptj
under the provisions of an Act of tho General
scrablyof Kentucky.
Tho United States Circuit Court on March 81*1
idered tho following: decisions:
av-That tho Commonwealth Distribution Comnv
is le?L
'd?Its Drawings are Fair.
The Company has now on hand a large
servo Fund. Read carefully the list of prizes for
JULY DRAWING.
Prize J30,000)100 Prizes 5100 each,310,000
rniv, iu.uuuijwj-mcassocach, 10,000
Prize 6,000 COO Prizes 520 each, -12,000
PrixefSl,000each,10,000 1,000I'rizcflSlOench, 10,000
Prizes 600 CJieh,10,000|
Prizes r>00 endi, Approximation Prizes,? 52,700
Prizes 5200 cach, " l.soc
Prizes 1100 each, " " 90C
M Prizes. ^ 1112,-lOC
holo Tickets ^2. naifTickets, $1. 27
Tickets, $50. 55 Tickets, $100.
lemit Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or send bj
pre**. iWt send by Kegbttortd letter or Po?V
co Order. Orders of 55 and upwards by Exprw*,
lbosentatoUr expense. Address all ordera to
M. BOARDMAN, Courier Journal Building,
liaville, Ky., or U. M. ROARDMAN, 2309 Broadr.
Now York. JyMTmw
RAFT'S
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
. The only safe and certain cure for
olero, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea,
Dygeutarj, Colic, Cramps, Summer
Complaints, &c.
ivflluablo for children during their Second
nmcr. Inujefor morothnn twenty yean and
neverfrtlled. Nocurenopay. PriccMcent*.
A. MeCABE & CO., Proprietors,
1 WHEELING. W.VA.
COLLEGE OP
IYSIGIANS AND SURGEONS,
BALTIMORE, MD.
,r80?' oMApi'6ft^s;uD,s^
30 N. Carey Street, Baltimore. .Mil.
DII |T ?vaporatok8.
null
Waynoboro. fa.
' ^y.8vA1EK Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce
?et. N. i. (Ku>>!..
> ILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS. Ac.>
For ne*t Bill Heidi. Letter Heidi Not*
mU.Cudi. Ac..kototheDiUj InteuSScerJob
(
OLOTHIKO?J. BR1LLE8.
BARGAINS'
.UTKUIXU TO T1IE
CLOSEST
RIIYFRS
w v | Hi! IVI
Something Worthy of Careful
Examination.
Tito season being nearly over lms
mndo It iinpcrativo that all Sprint;
and Summer Goods should le
moved at oncc. It costs 10 per
cent to carry over goods from one
season to another. Tills I .shall
attempt to avoid, mill liy giving
tills reduction to customers offer
the greatest liiilucciuciits over held
out. I will, therefore, until the
1st of August, giro a CASH DISCOUNT
of
TEN PER GENT
On all sales of One Dollar and upwards.
Same reduction on Clothing,
both (o Order and Heady-Made,
on Gents' Furnishing Goods and on
everything 1 have in Stock.
J. BR!LIES,
THE SPE DEALING,
One Price Clothier,
1158 MAIN STREET.
jo!2
DRY GOODS.
STONE & THOMAS.
Just Received a Third Stock or Those
RICH BLACK SILKS
At $1 25, $150 and $2 00, cheap at 33 per
cent more, that have had such a run.
Also a Pull Line ol Beautiful
Summer Silks,
IN ALL SHADES.
MORIES, SATINS, SURAHS,
Lacc, Huntings,
Nun's Veiling, Cashmeres,
White Goods, Fine Thread,
Hosiery and Underwear
As l'rctty as Silk, etc., etc.
Beautiful Summer Silk at 47 l-2c.
A CHEAT ISA.HGA.IN.
OUU 8TOCIC OF :
Carpets, Velvets,:
Tajiestrys, Ingrains,
Riigs, Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and
Laco Curtain Uoods
*
Is Unsurpassed by any in the Ciiy.
PRICES LOW '
^ ~ 11
Cheap Counter.
Wo- place on sale (o close out a lnrpo ^
variety of Seasonable Goods, marked
ilown 30 to 50 per cent. =
The Cheapest Goods eror shown?Garner's
BestPercalcs at 12 1-2 cents; jard
wldo Cambrics 8 cents; lawns 5 to 8
cents; Remnants half their cost. So brin?
muiiff.juiir cuau nnu examine ror yourselies.
STONE & THOMAS,
1030 Main Street.
uiy2S
DRY GOODS.
EASTERN DRY GOODS STORE,
Marshall, Kennedy & Co.,'
1110 MAIN STItEET.
WE OFFER FOR THE WEEK
SPECIAL BARGAINS
-INLADIES'
& CHILDREN'S'
' I" 'I -r* -Tw-T- I I
-C 'XXN _tU
HOSIERY.
. ALL NEW GOODS.
PARAS OLS1
?AND?
STJ^TSHZA-DES ,
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
BLACK SILKS!
AT LOW PRICKS.
A Now Stock of the Best Makcj just received.
J. S. RHODES & GO.
Now Stock of Pluiii India Lawn. .
New Stock of l'laid India Lawn.
Now Stock of White Goods of nil
kinds. .lust opened by
J. S. RHODES & CO.
AT REDUCED I'lUCES. I
1
?9.0(1 m RRFNAniNFS
wa-iww wifc.ii viiuiinuniuv
AT $1.50, TO CLOSE.
LiNEN LAWNS i
I
AT REDUCED PRICES. :
I o Dunncc o. nn
j. o. nnuuco c& uu.
una maim ST.
j(?22 *
? DRUGGISTS. ,
KILL THEM QUICK!
potato" bugs. 1
? I
PlirA Paric rroon
- W MB IW I Wl Ij
llest Quality, Bottom Trices.
SOLD BY 1
LOGAN Ac CO.,
jc3 Druggists, Britl^o Corner.
JgUFFALO
LITHIA WATER 1
t
Call for a Circular. Solo Agency at ^
EDMUND BOOKING'S, Agent, r
PHARMACY, *
je22 Ko. 1 Odd Fellows' Hall.
BUGS!?KILL THEM!:
i
Dalmatian Insect Powder. l'aris
Green.
Paris Green. |j
Whale Oil Soap !
?AT?
K. II. LIST'S DRUG STOKE,
jeir> 1010 Main Street.
STATIONERY.
^COMPLETE STOCK OF . s<
B<
CROQUET, g
ARCHERY,
FISHING TACKLE, HAMMOCKS,
J
AND FOOT BALL8, at ]
STANTON & DAVENPORT'S, _
jyl 1 1301 Market Street
BLANK BOOKS s
V
The largest stock and greatest variety in
jo city. J
for sale retail
AT WHOLESALE TRICES, DY W
rOSEPHQBAVES,
2G Twelfth Btreet. j
f*A New Discovery. .l-'/.-. J
IlhaialwanbrntimnoMtlthit r
Mb. Thli is erroneoct. ?e hare "*%Xlg
ptowb hair on hundtedi of heads M
??? .Te,i.*U*r'1 "*? " MllUrd. H
o*II. This cut U k microscopic Bn
Ih^{^v?.,Ucl4,Bd,'*p,la,,o,n Tk. ^ (n
hkh the haU i, will ?au. n Vt? .v HH]
llr Uj seen that though the hair h n,lr Bmlb-. ?[mEk
from the turfacc.it it still alive INK
W healthy beneath the scalp, and Iffij
Ji"nir P"*"1'*"!'?"* powloc by _Tko KJfl
wkVw??,r^"?n cf lh? '"llkii la Co?mtrtl?. 4?? 5"
?.i7? " J erom- ' "**" ' - fa
tfi' * V *"" *Bd hcallhr, lut If
forca it* wajr thrtxjjh tb? ..Tin . ?f7^4
,h* vurlic? ii soft- .N?w'II?It,,. Z-'Fm
The tissues
wjnabsotb the hair food (akin to M
maaur? in th? vetetabU wotld). [M
j&^a.^asrjjgiir'"" fiM k
GROCERIES AND TOBACCO. ^
Hole Acrouts For
?0!
S.BAER&SONS
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Uacterel, Lake Herring,
And the Celebrated Unglaxed
Maddux Aurora Coffee!
And a Full Line of
jchultze's, Kirk'a nud Troctor k Gamble's
cin a
k^W. I 1 I I
I
We sell LOWER, carry the most complete
mil largest stock in the State.
SILVER LAKE FLOUR HOUSE,'
JelO ; ]
NEW I882JAGKEREL, ,
rwo can of ISS'J new catch macltercl, all Ju.it
received.
A. Cur of l'liouiilx Flour,
In barrel* and bagi, received dally, lliebcht made.
Try it, and you wilt have good bread.
Now Potomuo Ilorriiigr t
111 Moclt.
Largest stock of GROCERIES IN WEST
VIRGINIA .
JOS. SPEIDEJL, ?Ss CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
ny25 141G Main and 1417 Booth streets.
pOURTII OF JULY AT 1
McMECIIEN '3.
Dundf e Marmalade, De?crt Finlt*,
Ed*in Cheese, l'iiivn|>Hc Cheese,
>V. K. Cliccm.', Daisy Kami Cider,
2h?m Cider. (ilugerAie.
-how ( how. Also Z. F. Wafers,
Lemons, Orange*, dc.
GKO. K. McMI'CRKN",
loUO Market Street.
rhurber's Goods^McMechen's,
Their assorted Dc*ert Kruils (in syrup) at 15eta.
M?r can, are the finest thing for luiu-hes, nicnics or
ixcursiotiH. Thurbcr'H chredded Oa!B, for breakast;
lequlreu only ten minutes foi the table. Try iL
J>j|
yyillTE AND YELLOW
CORN MEAL.
10 Barrels Tearl Meal. *
10 Barrels Choice Yellow Meal.
J tut received at SMYTH'S.
jy?KSS MACKEREL.
ONE BARREL CHOICE
For Retuil at ^
SMYTH'S. 1
lys
MERCHANT TAILORS.
HEW SPRING GOODS
C. Hess & Sons,'
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now in Stock a Full Line of 1
?anoy and StapleW oolens
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
Which we offer et
'rices that Defy Competition.
Other Woolens at lowest prices. We carry 1
be largest lino of goods in the city, and our !
let Ups are First Class in every respect \
A FULL LINE OF
iENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
Persona desiring anything in oar line will
na it to their interest to examine our stock J
efore purchasing elsewhere.
. Hess & Sons,
mhO Cor. Main and Fourteenth Sta.
DENTISTRY.
IEW YORK DENTAL COMPANY,
1050 MAIN STKEET, WHEELING. .
I1
S8.00, ^ggggp $8,00,
it of Teeth on Gold $35 00 i
it of lJcst Gum Teeth 8 00 J
?t Gold Fillings 1 00
Ivor Fillings - ft"
rtmctlllK '. .. 25
Gas givcu. All work warranted.
DR. 8. B. M'COKMICK & BRO.,
apr3 Managers. J
"JRS. SURG1SON & SON, jj
DENTISTS,
No. 1143 Market street. VTheclIaj, W. Vt.
Ml otxratlonH warrant**!. jySO _
WINES AND LIQUORS.
IAS. KRAU8. SOL. XIUC8. TOED. HAHKB ?
3. KBAUS & CO., k
(Bnccoaor to H. Bchmulbach & Co.,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS $
in foreign and dome8tco
lines and Liquors, Brandy,
od:, oordia!b and whiskies,
To. 1133 Market Stioot,
"Bi
^ "^\o"ippU?i the clw " a tew M?0ttcstn
??ikt,*rhen new ^hilt^cwmtowl^o ?tcrw ^1 coamtactd
Aakyour Druggist or Bnrtxjr to gat It for
direct and tho Grower will bo Bent propr
_ ahould mo It. BENTON HAIR GROWER C
^ furniture, carpets,ac.
HEADQUARTERS FOR j
FURNITURE '
f
and 1
^flnnrToil
UHnrudii
i
m i | Wo art) Juit In xwvljiv M :
riimitiirfi .
I Ul IIIIUI UlSIDKlXMKDdiUid WARD. ,
10U1V.
A o Our New' Patterns uro now 8
Rarnfita'
5JUI [JUlUll'EHTRYttlia INGUAIN&. I
K
n t Oar Manrtmcnt of Ru** Ii very f
UllflTft IIaikc. embracing SMYRNA. VKL* c
H IUNIV?^. MOSQUKTTKS. HRUS8KL8, C
11U C, u I TAl'ESTR Y, and uuu jr otheii.
Linoleum Oil Cloths! i
All widths aud Standard Makea.
Window Shades!!! i
['attorns for Sum* and Private Dwellings. ^
Rdttsn Chairsfe^1
1 full lino of tho Wakefield and llcy wood Brai
Folding Chairslis,
ibo three leading factorial of tho country. >
Chamber SefsIsHI;
pj I I |Thc*e goods wo have
Par or Sfits
a UI IUI V UI v I for lew money than ,
my other houfo In thu city. I
_______ ?
UNDERTAKING.
Sonstantly on hand alfthe latest style*. METALIC I
CASKETS, CASES ami WOOD COFFINS
furnished on short notice.
FHOlSONJ
mhOS |
DRY GOODS. :
BriieslCoffen
WILL OFFER [
TrTTO T*?-^kTT?*mTT-%.Ty-< * -
A XX1C3 lTAVJCLi^i 111 V3T *
I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
SILK-SI'
C
Satins, Marveilleux, ;
iDRAHS, F0UL4MDS, j
SUMMER SILKS, '
p
lud Other Seasonable Dress Goods, J
C
&
V
d
ALSO A FEW n
. li
y
I iniroi tun mill nnrmn P
lhuico nnu uniLUtitN'5 ?
Wraps & Suits c]
a
At Less Than Cost to Close . c
a
u
>i
'urasols,
Sim Umbrellas,
Kid, Silk anil Msle Gloves, 81
Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Fans,Satchels,
Hosiery and ]
hi
IOUSEKEEPING GOODS, \
In Great Variety and at '
tt
PRICES, r
J
iRUES & PiOFFFR.I
? -- - ? ?J (
1132 Main St.
my27 tit
JEWELRY AND WATCHES. 1
SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS P.
For Fine Single and Double Barrel J
JhotGuns, Rifles, I
Paper and Brass Shells, Gun Implements 1
and Ammunition, at W
I. G. DILLON'S, S
1223 Market 8treet 1
Call and see the Semi*Hammerless Single 1
irrfil Gun. something new. my27 to*
* I II ^
G. Arm t?ih? . Aftt* Lclnf bald on ~
the top of mjr hc*d iot t
the ?? of Ikntoa * JteJr jreirt, I unnow eraw *
bJ,Pro* [B< * j;?*l h?uJ of
K*. growth of hilf. hilt. D. rORMSTkX *3
Cmcinnn, Ohio.
you, ortho money cnn bo oent to ub
lla.<_ Pflco. il.oo n#?r Rnttl. I '
^^3^uciurAvpr^ j
i&Crv.
BDUCATIOHAL.
\ school mm\
KCCR1TY, MOTHERLY CARE, GOOD BOARD.
I>-0, DELIGHTFUL LOCATION AND
REASONABLE CHARGES.
IT. DE C11ANTAL ACADKHY.
NEAR WHEELING, W.VA.
Tha thirty-fourth Te*r o! thU well known Khool
nr aitls. under Uio entire oj tho BUtenof tin Vitf.
?Uol it"'n.?? UlcFUftTMOSCAY OMimlS.
ikr neit. and coutluuM ten inontlu.
Thllo5hoaSro w'K AS"(taKfinl?iu
Slli'ul Ixinl. llu'munli illidDUln iiid tli.lnmlon,
l liebuiila of llfe-luMlmliet* In ?<?r(0>wnent
ol female nlunuon, Incluillmi Uif niolnt
uStum ,l T'PI ~""?w<r?uv
or TilK VISITATION,
m>? XwWh'wli!!"^.
PK5IALK SCUOOI, AT ~ rile
National Capita;
Mr. and Mr*. Wm. D.CABKLLHlllopoti?r^
Ichool at the National Capital, a Belcct
>ml Dar School for Young Utiles, ou the^rinSj I
VKUNESDAY 111 BKl'l KMUKH, 'It? the Jim?
it present occupied by Mm. M. ll Anlufi ift
.n Fourteenth ilrcct Mr. and Mm. ufill
i?l*ted by a complete cotpa of Maiter* m,i JL*
Willi, will bo iiroriwl \o ?uSl. h. a'rSl
ban, while (bo i.re[*r?u,rr dcjwlmm .nf"
clvo moat thorough attention. 1 *w r*
Tho modern language* will form a hmML
caturo of tho whnol. For full particular St J'81
h? I'lincliuu. wiluam u. c5?eM ""
tprMwwiw nil M.BI.X, w.. w^inJA r
gCilUOL Uf ART.
All pcreons who desire instructions in Krw
land and Model Drawing, Water Coloriog,0il
Painting, and China ralntlug, are requested
o call at tho School o( Art over \V. H. Uine
mrt ?fe Dro.'a China 8toro, 1215 Market Html,
jotwecn 0 o'clock and 12 o'clock a. m., iud
!rora 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock r. m.
L. NIXON, Master,
[*to Student of the South Kensington Art I
Gallery, London, Kn?land. jei2 !
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
NINE departments of study; text book* fumbled
IT COST; calendar arranged to mlt teachers; ?.
>cn?cs for one year from 8175 to fJW); noti*tiartau
literal. thorough. Fall tenn begin* ^LITKMHKR
f. 1881. Attendauco last year irunrihcoiintlciof
.Vest Virginia and from # Slates and Territories
s'umber of students larger tlian for ten ycan prerious.
- Koreatalogues and other Information ipt.W in
llio Acting Freildcnt, D. It. l'UIUNTOS, Morna.
own, Vest Va. rarl2
MARIETTA COLLEGE.
location lnal>cautlful towu in Southern. Ohio,
it tho Month of the Muskingum river. In it'citu
ul operation forty seven year*. Two couiki o!
itudy iu Collvao of four years each, identicalexcept
is to Greek, hxpeiues moderate. Over 30,0.0 volnnes
in Its libraries. A recent bequest lm? in. reused
tlio number of fccholanhlpa. The l'rejariory
Department fits students for each of the (kxlege
xjurses. Fall term begins Sept. 7. Marietta, 0.,l4ai
Jy'.t I. W. ANDRKWa. Prwldent
BUSINESS CARDS.
gTEPHEN McCOLLOUGlI,
Carpenter and Builder.
Brick Bulldlugs crcclcd complete In all modern
mprovement*. Also wooden buildings fitted up
joraplete on lot. Wooden buildings framed ui5
ltted up In yard at work shop ami taken to inr
?rt and completed, on reasonable terms. All titrations
made on old buildings, roofs valleyi tud
iky-llghtsparticularly attended to. Desks, counter*,
uid shelving tilted up on short notice; store fronts
jut In and stores altered. Resldeuce No. b'J Sixtenth
street, formerly occupied by Mr. lien Kxlej,
Shop In rear of Capitol, on Alley 13. myll
"yyilEELING BOILER WORKS.
Manufacturers of portable, stationary, mtrlna
lollere, brecching, chimneys, tanks, stills, doon,
butters and all Kinds of heavy sheet iron work.
Jealers In 6ceond-hand boilers. For Informitlon
pplyto COXA MOiUUaOX,
No. 100C Market fctrctL
Telephone C-21. Repairsspecial attention. Tfmi
c?sonuble. mjl9
J) 0. LIST, Jr.,
PORK PACKER
i.nl cnror of the celebrated CHESTER MKAT8,
which arc now ready and (or kale at
- 28 FOURTEENTH STREET.
My 8. C. Meats are all branded. "Iist'i Cheater."
?P5
p B. CAMDEN, M. D.,
Pliyslciiin un<l Surgeon.
Resldenco and ofllce No. 105 Fourteenth ?treeL
)l!lce also at 1133 Chapline street.
Telephone No. C-Cl and No. 14. j
Calls promptly answered. my23 |
J M. CL0U8T0N,
dealebin
iraln, Hronnd Feed, Balcil liny, Slrnwlic.
South Street, Near Market Street Bridge,
fill pay the highest market price for wheat, com,
and ohIk 1?I3
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
pilE YELLOWSTONE VALLEY.
Glesmye, SI. T., July I, IMS.
Having remoYed from Wot VlnrinU. to the ureat
"cllowsioue Valley in Montana Territory, wlure 1
Toj>ose to make my home for tho future, ami en
ago in llio Iteal fslate UueIiicss, secure Homelends
for settlers, on Government land*. also seuro
farms from tbc Northern ivlfic Hallroad for
ittlers, so they will have u place to locate on ?rrih1,
without the trouble or expense ol hunting h
esiroblc location.
1 will buy aud sell all kinds of Real Estate for
on-rcsldcnts us well as citizens of the Territory.
Opportunities unexcelled to purchase the best
inds, now offered for s*le allow priccs, which in a
car or iwo will bo worth five to ten times thtir
resent cost. My facilities for transacting buiinem
1th thcU. 8. Land Office un?ur]'tts.M.,d. Charges |
loderate. Correspondence solicited.
GEO. K. TINGLF,
Jyl-iaw (ilendive. M.T. |
^LEXANDER BONE, SR.,
OTABY PUBLIC, LICENSED GENERAL DDfllNESo
AJ<U REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Loans negotiated, stocks bought and wld.mcr
bantu'and manufacturer*' book?o|-entd,extmltiw (
adclofcd. Estates settled, notes, book aicounii,
od rents collected. Houses rented and 1?*-<L
ollcctions promptly remitted. Advances xwe.
.11 buidncM correspondence confidentially attcnuro
). Wend for circular to reference*. 1318 Market
reet, (Cranglb's Block,) over City Bank, Wheeling, |
?. Va. . l*t.
^R, J. B. REED
Has removed his oflicc and residence from
lie Eighth ward to the corner of Tweniyjcond
and ChapHne streets, Fifth wil. ?
Ollice hours?7 to 1) a. m., 1 to 3 r. m., < to
r. m. Telephone F 10. "'y-^
rMjnvpceiAXT T
Xl/XIAU.
DIL nOLLIHES' has returned to thcclly ?nJ relined
the prnctlco of mcdlclue and aiirserr- "?
ui be round at tuc
OFFICE OF TIIE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
cr tho City Untile, Murket Mrec t. lL
TJ. 0. SMITH,
-J
teal Estate, Bond A; Stock Ilroker.
Special attention given to collcctliig rent* and tfci
moral nuuwKCtueiit of Heal Estate.
121*0 Main street. Wheeling. W
pHOMAS SWEENEY,
ustlce of tlie Pence. Xotarj l'ublic ami
Ucneral Business Agenl. , ,,
1142 Chupline 8treeL Squire Felkr^ olu
nice. mbl? _
ITTAnucvo
^.EO. R. E. GILCHRIST,
J ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OfDoo with Taylor ?t Burr, D .
. i . No. 42 Twelfth Swj^
Admiralty mid MnritlmeLawftiipccJiHf'
>ub pmmj.tly made. VtL I
JT J. W. COWDEN,
? ATTORNEY AT LAW. .
Office, Ho. 12i2 ChHnllno St., WliCCllai,
otnpt HlU'ulli.n to ,f| hnninpH. 1..M* .
r R. COWDEN,
' ???t ATTORNEY AT LAW. '
So. 1222 Chnpllno St.. Wheeling, vv. VJ ~fc ITANNIBAL
FORBES,
JL ATTORNEY AT LAW. , ?
Jlllco, Custom UoiiFo. Wheeling, vv. Vt !*-j[AME8
1>. ROGERS,
i&ffi^^^W^U^'Coart Bag*.
\ANLEL LAMB. "
fn ?,0 ? ATTORNEY AT LAW, u v .
? w^i?^ slrecl, (over City JUnk.) Wbffc
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
'OHN M. HOON & CO.,"
UCO JIAIN STREET,
;alers in (iralr, Provisions ami Oils, in
Car Lol?.
>rdera placcd for SPECULATION In Grnlu. ?*>
Ions, Oil nud Block* on niacin In Exchange* '
iMgo, New York and Oil Cltv. , ? ..
iblcaRo CorrumondcnU?B. Davenport a u>;. Wi
S'lchoUA Co.* icL
l DAVWPORT, a a E00LC*T0!*,
General. Of D. Edglcftou 4 Boa. Sj?eW
DAVENl'OBX Si CO.,
COMMISSION
Uon la Ortln, Flour, Beo<l*, I'rovUIonJ, CbeeN
Rnd Dried KralU.
0 167 WASHINGTON 8T.. CHICAOO.

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