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TERMS'OK DAILY:
Oiio copy one yc*r~l? oo I Threo tqoDlhi-.... ...W ou
8U month* 4 001 Ono moiituM - 70
Delivered by cirrlent lu city, 15c |?er week.
TERMS OK*8EiTr*WKEKLYS
Ono year M Uj | bit month*. tl IA
TERM8 OP WEEKLY:
Ono yw..-~.~......f 1 601 Six inonUii......-~....|l 00
, <Jren? reduction* to Cluto. Kcutl tor ample copy
'anil clmiUra. AtUlrtft.
KBKW A CAMHJKLL,
Whaling, I'a.
[Kitten*] nt the 1'wloOlcc Hi Wheeling W. V*., u
Moml-iUwimntlcr,)
i WIIKKUNII. W. VA.. JULY 'U, 1?X
Jlr. K. JI.Tiinirr* l?itloTnrlir Article.
Mr. Turner dovoted his lato letter to quotations
from Mr. A brain Hewitt, ft member
of Congress from Now York city. Wo bud
quoted Mr. Hewitt us far buck an lftIS,
when ho was ft young nml growing manufacturer,
ond when he laid down as n principle
that wo should ftlwnya have a tariff in
; this country that will protect the difference
in wages paid in thin country and in
Kurope. Mr. ilowitt had not abandoned
r 1 this principle ns lute as 1870, for on tho
' 27 th of January of that year ho wrote ft letter
jSwn in which Jio reiterated the principle. Ho
, said:
"Tho fact is that steel and iron rails can
bo mado in tmitAblo localities in this coun*
try?aud notably on thu lino of the Erie
railway?with as littlo labor as in any part
of tho world; and tho only reaaon why wo
?' pay inoro for American rails is becauso wo
v, i>ay a higher ruto for tho labor which is required
for thoir manufacture, but for no
greater quantity of labor. Frtt trade will
tiiiijil;/ ml net tin ttuyca of labor to the forei/jn
V tltimlaril, which will enablo us to sell our
rails in competition with foreign rails; but,
us u matter of course, thu nbility of tho
[&T \ laborer to consume will bo reduced, anil n
ficrious 1038 be inflicted on commerce,
fc general Industry, nnd the business of the
railways especially. The only reason why
a tariff is necessary is to supply the laborer
with such wages as will enable him to
1/, travel ami consume not merely the necest
saries butsoino of tho luxuries of modern
civilization."
. Mr. Hewitt was 48 years of ago when lie
wrote the abovo letter and in tho full maturity
of his powers. If ho has in any wise
recanted the sentiments then expressed,
has not shown wherein tho priuciple
&?:)IaiU down is defective. Without reference
to Mr. Hewitt, wo put thissamo principle
f^v'rVat Mr. Turner, a few days ago, in answer
! . to his plea that free trade would enlarge
^ the scope of tho Americau manufacturer
^ and enable him to sell in all the markets
^ ; of tho world. We made the point that
^ . euch an idea was chimerical, from the fact
; . that it would Birnply result in a see-saw ol
attempted reduction in cost, and, primnrily,
a reduction in the cost of labor, that
!; ; is, a constant reduction of wages, first upon
oue side and then upon tho other, tho
^ end of which would bo pauper labor in
pj; "both countries. And then, at last, it would
defeat for us, for it is not to be supposed
that wo could hold the European markets
, A agaiunt Europeans. They have cheap capital
and cheap labor. The capital anil labor
must both be employed. They would not
sutler themselves to be dispossessed of their
p" own markets. It is quite as likely that they
.. would dispossess us of our own home mari^ket
as that we could safely invade their
?^rh'ome markets. There is, therefore, nothwhatever
in such an idea. When the
1 worst comes to the worst, they would lock
x us out, as Germany has recently done in
glass and leather, especially leather, with a
{ protective tariff. Nations will not stand by
Inland see their industry destroyed when im;
post duties on foreign made goods will protect
them. Self-preservation is the first law
of nature and of nations.
In. this matter of free trade, England
: pipes unto all nations, but they understand
her policy, and they will not dance
gj *? h.Pr piping* pipe she over so enticingly.
Franee will not respond and Germany will
; not Germany is more protective to-day
. than at any previous modern time. France
iW^lias lately refused to renew her commercial
S^treaty with England. She believed that
^,she was getting tlio worst of it and conS&Kcluded
to quit. Canada lias entered on a
8?*? .....
protective policy, ana too administration
^ that inaugurated it has just been ovcr|#|vheimingly
sustained by the people, so
popular after a brief experiment has it become.
Mr. Turner is purely a theorist iti this
- matter. lie has no experimental facta with
which to vindicate free trade ideas. There is
no freo trade among nations. England hergr^Bclf
raises nearly $100,000,000 from impost
duties. She is selfish in all that she docs.
She does not permit an American made
.. .. locomotive to bo run on her railroads. She
; . forces free trado on weak nations at tho
v cannon's mouth, just as sho did on this
V; cou ntry in colonial days, and just us sho lias
: : ,.;uono in Ireland, India, Turkey and Japan.
She destroyed tho prosperity of Ireland as a
: manufacturing nation. She would not suf
for Ireland to become an iron producing
^"country, notwiUistunding Ireland has exported
to this country in ono year over
10,000 tons of iron oro. She destroyed the
r cotton manufactures of Dublin that onco
employed 14,000 operatives. Ireland has
Sjwj; 3,000,000 less pcoplo to-day tlian she had 40
: years ago. Iler onco prosperous blanket and
llannel manufacture Las been destroyed,
g- Tho people have been made serfs of tho
soil. As lato as lSlG,Lord Brougham pub
lielv advocated tho breaking down of
American manufactures by- exporting to
this country at a loss, "in order by the tflut
ggto stifle in the cradle those rising manufae^'. turea
intho United States which the war
(of 1812) has forced into existenco contrary
I.1 to tho natural course of things."
^^^jJotwithstandingall that Mr. Turner says,
V or quotes, about tho fanning interest, he
^does not touch tho following important
point made by his friend, Mr. Hewitt, iu
[| tho letter of 1870, from which wo have
quotodat tho outset of this article, wherein
Mr. Hewitt, speaking of this interest, said:
tr ?..??t? i?
go^t^visvatuwj 4. nv ?i4??o nco uuue wo can*
feS^ot expect to procure our supplies from
ra^aliroaa by increased shipments of grain,
; , for already tho European markets take
from us all that they require, and no
S& amount of purchases of goods from them
will imluco.-.them to buv moro food than
& they need, and which they now take as a
mtittor of necessity."
This is a point that cannot be overthrown
by any chango of base on tho part of Mr.
Hewitt, Mr.Turner may talk about the prico
.of our farm products being regulated atlnst
; . by "foreign, free trade pauper labor markets,"
butthiBis only true in ono sense.
! It is primarily regulated by our tremendous
homo market, a market mailo for the fnr-1
mere of tho .land by tho millions of non!
competitors who aro engaged in tho diver-1
sifted industries of the country. AVlmt una I
our condition before this homo market?
Thomas Ewing, of Ohio, pictured it in a
Byeech ^mado in the U. S. Senato in 1S3l\
> . "A flourishing agricultural imputation is
tlm verv basis of tho prosperity of a nation.
:J .especially of our republic, extended and
"fertile as are its lielus; wide and varied as
'^ "aroits climee; and It is with a view to tlie
advancement of that interest?especially
of tlio luterest of the Western farmer?that
I give to tlio protecting swtcin my decided
and unqualified support. Born aud reared
in tliat section of the country which, heretofore,
has been, and still is, almost exclu*
iilvelr agricultural; standing in a situation
i in which tho altars of tho husbandman,
whether prosperous or adverse, lmvo been
familiar to my observation. I know their
wants, I understand their interests,
' and shall endeavor to speak their language.
Every portion of tho world was seurched
i by our intelligent merchants, and all corn*
Lined did not furnish a market adequato
i to our surplus productions. Kvcry fanner
In Ohio long knew and felt tho pressure
i consequent upon this statu of things. Year
after veur their stacks of wheat stood unthreshed,
scarcely worth tho mauual labor
of separating the grain from tho straw; so
low whs it. rttiuced, ia comparison with
iiuiimfucttired articles, Hint 1 have known
forty l>ii?liel8 of wheat given for n pair of
iKKits; such was tho state of tilings in tho
We#tern country prior to,'nnd nt tho time
of, tho revision of tho tariir in 1824."
The quotations that Mr. Turner makes
from Mr. Hewitt, show tkat our foreign
market is necessarily fluctuating and uni
reliable and often quite limited. It ie
therefore to our great home market?the
market that consumes 00 per cent of our
product-?that we must look, lu propor
tion as wo extend our manufacturing, ol
every kind and variety, in that proportion
will our farmers have a great market at
their own doors. Wo do not say that it
will bo necessary to havo a high tarilT to
keep up this diversified industry, livery
year, as invention does its work and competition
cheapens production, the necessity
for anything niore than u
; rovenuo tarill* will decrease. But a revenue
(arid* at this time virtually means a
protective tariir. Wo cannot raise $100,000,000
of pensions, $05,000,000 of iuterest,
1 and $150,000,000 of miscellaneous expenditure
oxccpt by keeping up a tariff that will
raise $200,000,000, tho amount raised last
year. When, therefore, Mr. Turner nvowe
himself for a revenue tariff, ho is, as the
case stands to-day, an unwilling advocate
of a protective tariff, and, therefore, except
as to his freo trade theories, there is nc
1 special margin of difference between us.
, "Dfni.vo tho early part of last October, 1
had a severe attack of rheumatism in_ my
ngiii Kmc, savs *?r. J. Ki. vonnor, 01 me
I loyal Oj>cra llouse, Toronto, Canada. "I
used many so-calledT-licumatic remedies
without receiving any apparent benelit. Observing
that 8t. Jacobs Oil was being constantly
recommended by many of the leading
meniben of our profession, .1 decided to give
it a trial. From the first application I commenced
to improve, and before I had used
two-thirds of a bottle 1 was entirely cured.
1IKS3.?On Friday, July 21,1882, at 2 o'clock r,
M., yzL*u? daughter of Hoary K. and Lena Hecs,
deceased, ??cd ].*> mouths ond 7 days.
Funeral this (Saturday) Afternoon at 4 o'clock
from the residcnco of her grandfather, Ueiiryc
Zocckler, Jr., at Fulton. Friends of the family arc
Invited to attend. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery.
LTEBirMiniTlI
nECOMMENDED BY PHYS1CIANS.fth.bi,*..t.?iMB<.
en bolt) iMm of Ult Atlantic, a* ?a InraiuaM* Took and Rntoralin
In c?wi of 0?c*ral DeMlliy, Narvoua L).-;r?iil',D, EcffabUd
L'?a?tItuiloa id4 Farnala Wuakocti.
NURSING MOTHERS, ?bo anlTtr from potfrty of milk. *111
flnl li a ipwIO* for tb?lr troublaa. Il atlmulatci th? dlgtillnn,
abarpioa lb* appatll*. lurlforat'i mil tiulldl up lb* *nUi? ajtlrui,
?ul ticllta aseciroui Bow of milk.
WEAK AMD SICKLY CHILOREN, -ho.oir? from UnlisJ*
an 1 martacit, tbe mull ef dltraw, nitr-aiu4y, or D*rrosa iinto,
will darha latnlanilal Un?rtt frwq li? uh. It mlorti tb?
19 III Cbrmtl coaJldoa ?oJ tr'.Lji tick it* blooa of
josili.
INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS -in rniit.imir.Mr
adaptM fur imialnlnj lift, inl rvitorlog l??l ?lr*P|th. Wb?B th#
itmnuli It ink aud r?fui?? otbrr Dmirlibmrnl tin Kilract ?111
pra>? an *icill*nt iahitltui4 fur fool. It naltlitr pallaupoa tbf
>l'P*tIu nor offtaili tL? uttt,
DELICATE FEMALES, ?h"? anffcr from thi wnijMMi of
Ihrtr i?i, will itirln Uitlnc r*ll?f fn>oi III ci?. Il ImttoTM tb?
dictation, parlSu tb* bloat. ,ilratit.'.? ?k? ?'?
Um plrln."
WEAK ANO DELICATE PERSONS GENERALLY.
r*nlr? him artificial rtaioratlto? ami Mpf?UII; tho?? who art
IntllnaJ la Comaaplloa?"III find thl* preparation ataetly lullvl
tothair nrwlt. It la afor th? (oujha *u4 Kartoua Iff*o*
tloua navkll; locUaot to a low auto cf the ajaum.
AS A FLESH RESTORER it pniwnei ib? hlihut tMu?.
Tht ?Mi> Unrtaocjr of lla action I* to ailmnlato lb* dlioatka of
f?t piodutlri fooda, and |t? ?fT#ct It Inrarlably lo tin fullo*ai
an 1 rouDdnrta to tbt fama!? fortu, auJ robuiiDtia ta IL? maKullna
fraoa. .
THE LIEB1Q MALT EXTRACT U*rnrfe<me*otrtt*JF1ali
i.tiract or Halt, ajr???Mr U> tbo Uat?, ml fm from altobol.
It l? mdlly rftaliifl on tli# atmnaob ?rrl contalaa nota bat
b&lumn# and n"utl?fc|n< luzrvllmu. Tbo *?duIb? preparation
>ara nn tba 1*1*1 a nu?an<r??Mt lUrntatof llaania von Ijiaia,
in l a ?e .iuili of hW HUi..tur., at *.11 aa tbti of I. VOOULEH
? CO.. lUmuom, Ud., Aftuufwr AuarUa.
TliAYKLEKS' GUIDE.
PKrAUTUP.E OrTHAIXS?WIIEEI.INO TIME
3und?y.
A.M. A.M. P.N. r.K.
B.AO. B.B fl:35 *:50 3:10 4:55.........
P. M.
C?nLO. DIt 9:30 1:30 11:00 11:15
W..P.&U. Dlv &40] 1:80 ' 5:1C ..
CloT.AMtU 6:00 11:10 1:M H:65 ~.
! P. M.
P..C.&SLL... 8:52 6:S2, S:.V2 1:57 4:17 5:47
A.m. r. m. a.m. a.m.
C., T. V. & W- *9:30 -J T?-?0 12:00 6:00 |4:00
ARRIVAL Of TBAIS8.
Sunday.
A.M. A.M. r.M. A.M.
B.40, R.R 12:16 10:30 2:30 9:20 ....
p.M. A.M. a. it. A.M.
CcnU 0. Dlv 5 65 10:00 2:55 10:to
W.,P.&B.Dlv 7:55 11:20 6;25
A.M. *P. X. A.M.
Clor.A Pitta 11:10 5:08 7:57 J&42
A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. V. M. P.M.
P., C. A SU L.. 11:W S:5'2 6:37 IU02 40-2 7:17
r. m. p. m.
C..T.V.AW, *S:lOtglOgl 2:25 ?-5C0
t bally exeunt suuaay.
t BlcuDcavlllo Accommodatlou.?Thin train durInn
tho day poaes backward aud forward between
Martin's Ferry and B^Ualre; stopping when required
at tho Bhcrmau Hoiiw, >Ktuavillo, WMt Wheeling
and Gravel UI1L
Y Mawilou Accommodation.
St. Ulalrsvillo Accommodation.
C., T.. V. & W. Truing run by Columbus time.
-yy HEELING AND ELM GROVE R. R.
On and after MONDAY, JULY 8.1SS2. care on tho
Wheeling ami Elm Grave Kullroad will run as follows.
leaving the city (corner Eleventh und Market
strew), awd Hornbrooic's I'nrlc. nt
d:30 a. m. 10;IW A. m. 1:30 p. m. 5.3'J p. m.
7:00 " 10:30 " 2:00 " C:00 "
7:3) " 11:00 " 2:30 " C.30 "
8:00 " ii:S0 " ?:0>) " 7:30 "
8:30 " 12:00 m, 3.30 8:00 "
5.W " *1:00 I 430 " 9.00 "
I fnOJ " U3U "
Sundays excepted;
On Hundoy* (In fair weather) caw will run every
20 minute.*, fiora 7M0 x. m. to 'J 10 v. x.
J 03. KLKEn.
jyl - Ruoorlntenrtflnt
KRAFTS ?
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The only fafo and certain cute for
Cholera, Cholera 3lorbn?, Piarrlicva,
Dysonlnry, Colic, Cramp?, Sum*
w::i ;wr Complaints, See, ?
luraltiAblo for cliildrcn during their Second
Summer. Inukofor n.orolhnn twenty ywui and
hiu never .'oiled. No curunopay. I'rleoWeeiiU.
R. A. McCAItE & CO., Proprietors,
Jyi wiiKKi.iNn. w.va.
POSTERS. HANGERS, CARDS, ETC.
i5Ucir,j"l1omiJ!a,u'tl'obc*"" "u,? jSfffiInud
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WANTED?GIltL TO DO GENERA!
TT Hou*work In a until funlljr. Enquire at
Ka M IndUruitrm. liUnJ. jyn
Q.^0. BMTTH,
lloal Estate, Jlornl & Stock llroker.
HpcrJal Attention rItpii to colloctlnj rout* mid the
CfUcrtl niauftcvtiii'iit of Kcul KjUhU;.
mht 1^0 Main ?treet, WIxxHuk. W. Va.
J^UKE F1TT0N,
Practical Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter
1410 Main street.
All orders promptly attonded to. Ja4
Q1IROMOS AND J'AINTINGS.
A large, freali supply, iust received nt
\V. 8. I1UTC1IIN8',
jy'22 14 Twelfth 8treet.
QARD OF THANKS.
Mrs.Cyrlllo A. Dlanchard, sou and daughters
adopt this means of returning their most
i heartfelt thanks to friends, neighboring and
, at lttr?e, for sympathy shown at the obsequies
of deceased husband and father, Charles
Dlanchard.
Wukkuno, July 22.18^2. Jy22
?
pOR SALE.
HulldliiK Lot* on Jacob street near Twcniy-nliith
hi* J Thirtieth streets, cheap.
100 hiuvrcs I'ittsburuh & \Vintern Railroad Stock, j
Will R'll at a large dUcount. Stock paid up In full.1
A comfortable home on IndUna street; house 7
, rooms; full lot. well Improved.
.Tcxa* I-and Serin goou for WO acres, for 8.00 00.
I.oana negotiated.
Jy? O. O. SMITH.
JS^OTICK.
1 Nf? visitors? OliMmnkera or others?will b? nerI
milted to visit our factory. or any part of It, unlef*
with k permit from tho ollicc. ft'o penult will be
i given cicept for business reasons. I
A desire to wc tho works and tho rammer of lira'
king k)*m will not bo considered a snfllclent rcn,
ran. Any ono having business with any ol the
managers, foreman or employes, that will not mluilt
of delay. must como to the otllfe for a permit.
TIiIm prohibition Is Issued on account of serious
Interference with work and business
j HOB1H. BROCKUN1F.R Jt CO.
, JMST OF LETTERS
. Remaining In tho I'astofllce nt Wheeling, Ohio
1 county, \V. Viu, Saturday, July 22, 1HS2. To obtain
any of tho following tho applicant must tusk
for advertised letters, giving date of list:
LADIES' LIST.
1 Arinbruster, Miss Tercsla Hook. Miss Minnie
Brown, Ml* Minerva Marsh, Mia Mar}* IS,
; Rckeumod. MIsh Agues Scoit, Mary
Fcwbull, Mrs. Mary Wells, Mrs. Emma.
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Colsle, Alfred Morehouse, Joseph
Huckensnilth.T. McNeail, J.
Ingle, S. H. Patteison, John
1 Jane*, Win, Stubs, A.
JoIk-s, Win. Stuttlcs, Salathlal
: Kirk, Col. las. T. Warucko, Ludwlg
, McUougall, Ciias.
FOREIGN LIST.
Llumrculer, Adolph.
FIRM LIST. I
- Dunn Mom* I
II. STERLING, T. M.
DISSOLUTION^ NOTICE.
Tha firm of SMILKY A WKRNT2 wm thi? day
uIkwIviiI by mutual consent, W.J. Wcnitzrctlrluir.
Ihe luiKini-ss of the lute firm will bo K-ttkil by II.
O. Smiley, who aloue Ls authorized to at'le the
H. U.SMILKY.
W. J. WERNTZ.
\\ IIKEUNG, W. Vi? July 15, lSvi. '
CO.IM KT.V K UN 1111?.
The undersigned have formed a c<? partnership
under the llrm name of SMILEY ?fc HAMILTON,
for the purpose of carrylngon the business of the
General Agency of Mo^ler, lkihman ?V Co., iniuiufncturers
of Safes, Vault", die.
II. G. SMILEY.
S. Q. UAM1LTON.
BELLitni; Cmo. July is, lSSi
The olllcehan been removed from Wheeling. W.
\a.. to Mellalre. Ohio, ffheru nil communication.1!
should be oddtoved.
SMILKY & HAMILTON.
Jy22 Cor. Thlrtv-thlnl nn.l liolmnnt est.
I
SUMMER RESORTS.
SUM3IEU RESORT.
2300 Feet Above Sea Level.
SPRING MILLS HOUSE!
Spring MUls. Centre County, l'a., Tennluus of
the LewLsburg ?fc Tyrone K. K.
This Is a new house Mid newly furnished with
cverj thing tending to comfort and convenience ol
kucsls. The air is invigorating and perfectly fiee
from malatlH.nn-J particularly favorable tor the
restonrIon to health of persons afflicted with Pulmonary
complain:*, Malarial disoiders and llay
Fever. The beauty of natural surrounding, the
grandeur of scenery and the perfect puiity of the
air and water makes it one of the must delightful
spot* for health, rest and iccreatlon. Nearby the
celebrated l'enn Cave*, surpassing anything of the
kind known?sailing miles under ground?and inspecting
halls of great wouder of bygone hrcs.
Carriages to tlm cave daily. The Ubie is plentifully
.supplied with meats, milk and fresh vegetables and
fruits iu season, healthfully pretmrcd and tastefully
served. Good stabling accomodations.
1'erday, (le-ss than a week) .. 2 00
l'er week, (less than a month) C OC
I'er month 20 00
?.?iu<|i?i? 10 nounu ana jtoaM wm be promptly
uuswered. CEO. U. NASH,
JyS Manager.
MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK.
The New Summer Kesort for the
PEOPLE OF WIIEEMXfl.
A*
I MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK HOTEL! 5
**? The Association Headquarters. J**
a********
WILL UK OPEN IN A FEW DAYS.
For Information address.
JyT> H. lI.VA.NMirTF.lt. Manager.
ALLEGHENY HOTEL,
MOUNTAIN LAKE PAKK, 311).
\Vill be open for tlio reception of uuests
AFTER THE 10th OF JULY.
The rooms aro largo airy, ami arc furnished
with nil modern conveniences. The situation in
one of the most convenient and beautiful ut the
Park. The table will be furnished with ever) thing
tlic market can atTonl. Charges will bo reasonable.
Tor Information address the Proprietor of the
Hotel. Jy6
GrLADES HOTEL,
OAKLAND, MD.
A Celebrated Summer Resort. First-class iu all
itx appointment*. The standard of this well known
Homo will be maintained as one of the leading hotels
in the country, Good hunting uud fishing in
the neighborhood. Kooins large and airy, and
cuisino excellent. Charges moderate.
Jy3 JOHN a II It A NT, Manager.
SUMMIT HOUSE,
CRANBERRY SUMMIT, W. VA.
Occupies a commanding position on the summit
plateau of the Allegheny Mountains. The accommodatious
for guests are ample, the rooms having
been lately refurnished. Good hunting and fishing
in the neighborhood. Three passenger traitu
each way dally. Terms aro reasonable.
Mas. MARY K. WOKT11INGTON,
ly:l . Proprietress.
DENTISTRT.
HtW TIM UtNTAL COMPANY,
1050 MAIN STREET, WHEELING.
$8.00. $8.00.
Set of Tcothon Gold............. .;835 00
Bet of Heat Gum Teeth 8 00
B(*t 4old Fillings 1 00
Silver Killings. 60
Extmcting.^...^....^....^. 25
Giu given. All work warranted.
DR. a. B. M'CORMICK A BRO.,
apr3 Mainmort.
jQR& SURGISON & SON,
DENTISTS,
No. 1143 Mirketitrcct. Wh'edlni, W. Ya
All operation! warranted. . JyJO
___ CLOTHIHO?J. DRILLES.
BARGAINS
A1TEAI.IN0 TO THE
CLOSEST
BUYERS.
I ????
Something Woithy of Careful
Examination.
The season being nearly over hns
umdo It liii]icrattvo that nil Spring
and Summer Goods should bo
moved at once. It costs 10 per
cent to carry over goods from 0110
season to anotiier. This I shall
attempt to nvold, and by giving
tliis reduction to customers oiler
the greatest inducements ovcrheld
out. I will, therefore, until tho
1st of August, give a CASH DISCOUNT
of
TEN PER CENT
On all sales of One Dollar and upU'licilo
Unnin wulnnfJft?i nw PIa41?
??<?> UIIU1U llyUIIUVIUli UU VIUlll'
ing, both to Order and Itcady-Mndo,
on lients' Furnishing Goods and on
everything I have in Stock.
J.BRSLLES,
THE SPE DEALING,
One Price Clothier,
1158 MAIN STREET,
jc!2 .
DRY GOODS.
ATAI * A HM'hK R ?
SlUNb & IHUMAo.
Just liccclvcJa Tlilrd Stock of Tlioso
RICH BLACK SILKS
At $1 25, $150 and $2 00, clienp at 33 per
cent more, that have had such a run.
Also a Full Line of llcautiful
Summer Silks,
IN ALL S1IADICS.
MORIES, SATINS, SURAHS,
Lace, Huntings,
Nun's Veiling, Casiimcrcs,
"White Goods, Fino Thread,
Hosiery and Underwear
As l'rctty as Silk, etc., etc.
Beautiful Summer Silk at 47 l-2c.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
ODIi STOCK OF
Carpets, Velvets,
l'apestrys, Ingrains,
Hugs, Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and.
Lace Curtain lloods
To I? ??
? W..UU* J'UOOCU u; UUJ 111 kill] uuy.
PRICES LOW
Cheap Counter.
Vo place on sale to close out a large
variety of Seasonable (Jowls, marked
down 150 to 50 per cent.
The Cheapest tlooils ever shown?Garner^
Host Percales at 12 1-2 cents; yard
wide Cambrics 8 cents; Lawns o to 8 \
cents; Remnants linlf their cost- So bring
along your cash and examine for yourselves.
STONE & THOMAS,
1030 Main Street.
iny25 j
MUSICAL GOODS. I
Jj^OR SALE.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND
Steinway. Piano ! |
AT A BARGAIN.
Call soon. 1
LUCAS' MUSIC STORE,
je20 1142 Main Street.
piANO AND ORGAN STOOLS.
Job lot at less than present cost prices.
Elegant style*, best' quality goods, from $2
upward. Will not duplicate present lot at
tile prices.'
WM. H. 8HEID.
jy!2 53 Twelfth St.. Washington Hall.
gHKET MUSIC.
A large collection of New and Popular
Music, for 5 cents per copy.
WILSON* & BAUMER
jy7 1303 Market Street
OBOOBBIBa AND TOBAOCO.
H(il? AfcoutH For
HORSE-HEAD TOBACCO!
SW&SONS
HEAlKjlUllTERS FOIt
Mackerel, Lake Herring,
And the Celebrated Unglazed
Maddux Aurora Coffee!
And a Full Line of
Scliultzc'a, Kirk's and Proctor & tinmlilo'fl
SOAPS.
We soil LOWER, carry the moat complete
and largest stock in tho State.
SILVER LAKTFLOOR HOUSE.
jelO ,
NEW I882JAGKEREL,
Two can of ISS2 new catch mackerel, all slica. Junt
received.
A. Car ol* l'lioonix Flour,
In barrels and bags, received daily. Tho best made.
Try it, and you will have good bread.
Now Potomac Ilerriuu
in stock.
largest stock of GROCERIES IN WEST
VIRGINIA.
jos. spicrokl & co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
my25 1410 Main and 1417 South streets.
JUST RECEIVED.
Anchovy Sauce, Anchovy Piute,
Deviled Cblcken, Ilouelcm Chicken,
Mackerel In Tomato Sauce.
OIngcr Ale, Ualny Farm Cider,
Pineapples, A Variety of Pickles.
GEO. K. McMKCHHN.
1300 Market Street.
YOU ARE CORRECT,
Tliurber's Goods
ARE THE BEST.
For sale at
Geo. It. McMccIicii'k.
Jyis
^yillTE AND YELLOW
CORN IVTE-AJL,.
10 Barrels Pearl Meal.
10 Barrels Choice Yellow Meal.
J u?t received at SMYTH'S.
jypSS MACKEREL.
OIVE BARREL CHOICE
For Ketail at
SMYTH'S.
J>S
MERCHANT TAILORS.
NtW SPKINb UlHHId
C. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now in Slock n Foil Line of
Fancy aadStapleW oolens
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
Which wo offer at
Prices that Defy Competition.
Other Woolens at lowest prices. We carry
the largest line of coods in the city, and our
Get Ups are First Class in every resect
A FULL LINE OF
? mmwm goods !
Persons desiring anything in our line will
Slid it to their interest to examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
C. Hess & Sons,
niliO Cor. Main and Fourteenth Sta.
STATIONERY.
^COMPLETE STOCK OF
CROQUET,
ARCHERY,
FISHING TACKLE,
HAMMOCKS,
AND FOOT BALLS, at
stanton & davenport's,
jyll 1.101 Market Street
BLANK BOOKS
The largest stock and greatest variety in
:he city.
FOR SALE RETAIL
AT WHOLESALE PRICES, BY
JOSEPH GRAVES,
je23 2fi Twelfth Street.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
IB JUS. XRAUB. BOL. K1UC8. VHXD. BXiiXS
C. KRAUS & CO.,
(8ac?Mor to H. Sclimulbwh A Co.,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIO
Wines and Liquors, Brandy,
GIN, OOEDIAia AND WHISKIES,
So. 1133 Marlcot Stioot,
l*A New Discovery. i_\
It hi* *lw?r? h?n ?um>ow.< tli.n ' ?
after the bead became glazed and Tho ?- .?>
thlnjr, it wa? bopelot to eipe<t any ? VI
bait. Tbi* It erroneout, ?e hare * \|
(rem n hair r>n hundreds r>f beadt H
?"} were Blared like ? -billiard
ball. Thii cut U ralcroifcpie f
torftewckiiihribta T. ^ . H
wbUh the hair crow*. It will read. ny,* H
lift* wen that though the hair It Bmlk.? ?W
Com from lh? mrface.it l? Mill alire tfl
and healthy Icneath the tcalp, and ll
J? only prerrated from growing by . * B
Ihe contmtion of tha f.Ullcfc In c""trtClUa. I 1;
whkhltihould ctow. Theyoune f
hilr il Will alire and healthy, twt fl
cannot forte It* way throorh the Tli? . . U
hardcrutt, until the iurfac? u mfi. Ncw 'IUIt^, ?? la
jed by the Grow ml Thetiuue* M
then afoot b ibe hair fond (akin to ' M
manure in the veretable world). (M
the weak life l? uimuUied. and the Tke Panlll*
halt mm oo a fmh growth. "? a?pua?
DRY QOODS.
EASTBBN
Dry Goods Store
Ill?? MAIN ST.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Owing to Dissolution of Co-part
liersliip, cntiro Stock to lie Closet
Out
Reprnrdless' ol" Cost:
SALE TO COMMKN'Ci:
SATURDAY MORNING
Wi,** VAtVAAA AUVAtllAJkl wi
Ami continuo until further notice.
MARSHALL & CO,
EASTERN DRY (MODS STORE,
lllO MAJDV Srr.
J>2!
BLACK SILKS!
AT LOW PRICES.
A New Stock of the Beat Mukea just rc
eel veil.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Now Stock of Plain India Lnwu.
New Stock of l'laitl India lawn.
Now Stock of White Goods ol" nl
kinds. Just opened by
J. S. RHODES & CO,
AT REDUCED TRICES.
$2.00 SILK GRENADINES
AT $1.50, TO CLOSE.
LINEN LAWNS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
J. S. RHODES & GO.
11 CO MAIN ST.
jt'22
DRUGGISTS.
A WORD IN SEASON!
P.ovide yourself with r bottle of GUNDY'S
CHOLKKA. AND DIAHRHQCA MIXTOKK. Yot!
may need ft cither at home or abroad. Price 23
ceiitH. irepaml nnd sold by
LOGAN ?<r CO.,
Druggists, Itridgc Corner.
Errors in Drinking and Eating,
At this season, more than any other, arc apt to
give trouble. An excellent corrective and preventive,
Is Logan ?t Go's
PURE ESS. JAMAICA GINGER,
There Is nothing better In the market. Price 25 cte.
Prepared and sold by
LOGAN A CO.
A. Happy Feature
In the HOMESTEAD PILL", found In no other,
consists In the useof Pill*of diflerentsizes,as found
In each l>ox. There is great advantage sometimes
in sma 1 doses frequently reja-atcd, as in some
forms of Liver Complaint, Costiveness, Ac. Then
too, children and some crown persons, who cannot
take lareer pills, will readily take the smaller ones,
of which four or live are equal in strength toan ordinary
pill. Observe ulro. tlmt there are ?orty Pills
in each box. So that the Homestead Pills are not
only the best but the cheapest Pills in the market.
Special Dliccllons go with each box, showing how
to use them as a purgative, for Liver Complaint, for
Habitual Costivencss. Ac. Price 25 cents. Sent by
mall on receipt of price. Prepared only by
LOGAN Jfc CO.,
Jyl7-MW Druggists. Wheeling, W. Va.
J?EEP THEM AT HAND!
GRUNDY'S
Cliolera Mixture
AND
GENUINE ESS. JAMAICA GINGER,
Prepared by
R. II. LISX.DruttTffiKt,
I jy!8 1010 Main Street _____
I rjMIE ONLY RELIABLE
Roach Powder!
Harmless to any other vermin or being.
FOR 8ALK AT
EDMUND BOOKING'S, Agent,
PHARMACY,
jyir. Xo. 1 O.M Fallows' Hall.
STORE CLOSED
AT 6 1?. M.
EXCEPTING SATURDAY.
JOHN FRIEDEL,
jvlO 10.T0 MAIN" STREET. j
I had not applied the Growtrbut ? few : >WORtt
r wetka.wSen new hair commenced to crow I commet
|: o?et all that j?rt of my head whkh waiUald, Grower ah
ami I now ha?ea? rood abeartof bairn aor- ducul a rtx
[ body- M.H.SHHUV. 0?Telapd,0.-. K. M. but
Askyour Drugglit or Barber to set It I
direct and tho Grower will be sent'pn
^ should use It. BENTON HAIR CROWE
FOREPAUOH'8 CIRCUS.
A.XJQ-TJ ST 1ST4
PAW'S
221 ELEPHANTS
l'osittroljr tlio Largest in tlio World.
The Mammoth Monitor of Modem Timet. LarRcr
r than over before. Tho Great
FOREPAUGH SHOW!
Amerlcn'a Representative Amusement Enterprise
will Kxltlbltat
, WHEELING,
Tuesday, Aug. 1,
AFTERNOON AN1) KVKXINII,
-OK THE
, Old Fair Cround.
Pour Menageries Combined, Tlireo Oroat
Circus Trouncs, Mamuiotli Musount, Occanic
Aquarium, Jlippoiirouiatio 8|>ort^?uml GorgeouB
Oriental tiiiectacuhir Displays Equaling
nearly all tho Shows in the Universe combined.
Constituting tho most Klgiuitlc combination of
| tented exhibition* In tho unlvetso. Dally oxihmiswi
greater, canvas latter, parndo Kinder, costs more,
I shows more, and 1* ttie most perfect, chaste and ro,
K|M.'Ctablo traveling tented exhibition ever orsnnI
Ixed. Lood at tho unparalleled and a?tonlfthlng
array of famous foreign features:
First and only Herd of 22 Performing
Elephants
* andthojust aibled Hippest Bom of Earth. "IJolIvur,"
lxwltlvely the Heuvlest and Nlggest Elephant
on Earth.
$100,000 will he forMted If any Circus In tho
world ran duplicate the unparalleled act of Big.
Leonatl, from Milan, Hating ti|>oti a lllcyclc up and
1 down a Spiral Klcvated Kahway, CO feet in height,
or the famous German troupe?Sllboua, from Merlin.
In their blood-cutdlinxgyinnaMlo exhibitions;
or tho Incomprehensible, rearleM Velocity of Al*
Mon speed 1 m; CO Miles an Hour on a u t(u?i blub
Bicycle.
??rThreo Greatest Urine I.ftdy Kir.ers in the
WorhlLouisa Kenz. from Jlcrllul Lizzie Deacon,
from London! Mile Victoria 1
Behold I See! 100 Peerlna Performers! Tallest
i Giants! Smallest Dwarfs!
200 reforming and Ring Horses! Two Honied
Rhinoceros! Hippopotami!
Monster Serpents! Trained I Ions! Tignrsl Hyenas!
Glratlca!
Baby Elephants! Nursing Camels! Infant Lions
. and Tigers!
' Herd of Sacred I'creUn Cattle! Nubian Swine!
1,CU) Rare Animals and Birds!
Two Race Track Arena?, equal to any!
Four Great Giroun RIu^h!
Seats for 20,000 In the Cloud Towering Pavilions!
k 5,U00 Opera Chain on tlio tirnuil Stand!
) 1'ccrlcNM, Pontic, l*rliicrly, (Jrmul, Gorccoii!*,
Free Slrwt I'arnile
between 10 and 11 o'clock, weather permitting, in
which Is seen the wondcifully grand and sublime
imgcauts
CLEOPATRA, Queen of Egypt,
^ ?AND? '
LA.LLA KOOKH, Princess of Delhi,
WITH T1IK
HANDSOMEST WOMAN* IS AMERICA,
Personating "Lalla Roqkh,M and the barge of ClcoImtra.
with Egypt's Queen, the inott magnificent
spectacles ever beheld upon the streets of an American
city. Living Wild rieasts Loose in the Street.
I A score of Min-brlght sumptuous, chariots, Albion
sweeping along with his 1) feet high Bicycle. A
real simon-pure troupe of Southern Camp-Meeting
Methodist?, slnglr.gas the proccssion moves
: TIIUEE GREAT BANDS OK MUSIC,
And greatly, grand, new and novel Procession of
Industry, the very largest, loneest, greatest, grandest,
gratuitous and only 2 Million Dollar Pageant
ever seen on ihc streets. Admission only 50 cents;
Children under'J years, 25 cents. Exhibition afternoon
and evening at usual hours. Arenlc Chahs?
Promenade Concerts one hour before commencing,,
I by I ho three great bands.
i DjTLow Rated and Excursion Trains on all Ralli
roads to see this Great Show.
All who desire to avoid the crowd Surrounding
the ticket wagon, at the show ground?, can secure
seats and tickets at
WILSON & BAUM ICR'S MUSIC STORE, _
1308 Market street, any time during "the day of the
Show.
ADAM FOREPAUGII,
jyt S15-22-2S 294 w Proprietor
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING,
rpKIMBLE & LUTZ,
PLUMBERS,
flao and Clflow UU+AYin
UU'J uuu DlGOlil LlLlClfi,
HI8 Market Street.
Healing and Tentllating or public buildings
dwellings and factories a specialty.
ipHOMPSON & IIIBBERD,
rKACTICAl PLUMBERS,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
1311 Market St, "Wheeling "W. Ta.
Dcalere In all klnila of lend, wrought and awt Iron
plpca, sewer x?ii>c? and chimney tor*, steam *ad
water cauge#, siphon pump*, safety valvca, bath
tuba, units, Ac. bole agents for tho
nelnhrnforl Homo * n?
wuivuiuiuu uuiuoiuii oicam rump,
Underwriters' Qm Machine. Order! from the
country promptly filled. .? mn'23
HARE & SON,
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, OAS AND BTJCAM
FITTKR3,
Mo. 83 Twelfth street.
All work done promptly at reasonable prlcor.
1*7
JEWELRY AND WATCHES.
grORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
For Fine Single and Double Carrel
Shot Guns, Rifles,
Paper and Brass Shells, Gun Implements
and Ammunition, at
I. Gr. DILLON'S,
I .*- ' 1223,Market Street.
Call and set; the Seral-Hnmmericss Single
' Barrel Oun. M>methine new. niv27
ramo. AFTpn imiKfi .Aftet Mn* t*,(1 ?
S'.ifiH irSSffSS. rW:?-T~
for you, or tho money can bo tent to us
Jpald.WPr,oe,?LO?p?r Bottle. Lndlee
R CO., 334 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. 0.
EDUCATIONAL.
J1EJIALE SCHOOL AT The
National CnpitaI
BcLmifSuho "
MlltlHl bjT h coiui.loto cort? Of VuSJ?1b*U.? ? uS
facility will be Rffordcil to Muilcnu i'i, '**?
cUmc, whllo iho ptcpuM^SSSSL^"
w re matt thorough RtUmiinn. ,*nmc"t win
The modern lanjruaaoa will form ? ?
feature of tlio chnoL For fu|k*rilrhi.?lom.,tl?H
tlia l'linclpal. WluMlWjMdrS
?PraMw^ HUM, fu. N.
gCHOOL OF ART, -"*?
All persons who desire liiitructlonsin iUatid?ndModcll)rnwlns,\ValcrColor]h.
ralntlnu. and Clilim 1'ultUlnK, are re<i?S
to call at llio School ol Art over V. || i?
hurt A Bro.'s Clilim Store, 12l5Murket ?L
between 0 o'clock nnd 12 o'clock a. ?
from : o'clock to 5 o'clock p. u.
I" MXON, Master
Uto Student ol tlio South KeiisliiKtoa'
Gallery, London, Himlmnl. j^jn
Dtllfhtfolly k**Ud on .it^iTrf^i
WEST .VIRGINIA liVERSTfYT 1
NINEdepartments of studr: text V.
AT COSTS calendar arrnn* J to il&ttS1* '
pen** for ouo year from 8175 toVw iimSSW1,
liberal, thorough. Foil tenn
7.1881. Attendance Ihai year iK
West Virginia and from a State* a?7| twh?!2 "
Number ol students 1,TO
%*Forcatalogueaand otherInfomitinn...i .
i^vSfv^11""' " * ">*bhm!
: - TOTlI
LAW WCIIOOL OlT~~~
WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY
GEN,M,silr, l'n?t,tnlt
Faculty: 0. A. Graven, M. A., IW ( ,>????? i
and Kqulty; Hon. J. Itaudoliili TuckSLI 4,*
IW. Constitutional law; Judge II \v* tiT.
LL. D.. Ixclnraron WllU; Judge Win,' McUuthnJ*
Lecturer on Heading. befMon bcKlMtto TO
For catalogue and full Information mMn* ,litt
l*nop. C. A. Uuavks, Lexington. Vi
WASHINGTON ANlfLHE
U3VIYE1181TY,
GEX. 0. \v. c. I.EK, President.
Thorough Instruction in
lure and Nclrnce and In tliol'rofmlntwlih^'
oi Ijuv and Knu-lnrorlnr
I., tho V-lloy ot V1.KI..I.U sijfSL'SSt
nine months, exclusive of books H?a eloffi.K
not exceed from toSJOQ. Scthlon mini 22?
r UXSSSSS^1-^^
MARIETTA HcT~
Location inn beautiful limn In Sonllicm 01,1,.
Mt the stouth ot the Muskingum tlm. iftrnS
tul operation forty wren mux. T*o
study in Colleee o[ four yens eucli, MattfiSSm
us to Greek. Eiienses moderate. Over ?<&*$
umes II Its libraries A recent U<i iU hi i?
ovnjed the mtmtier ot xclsmanblpi. The lv?5
lory Deportment Ills students foresrbof UieuSw#
antra. Full term bCjtinsSepc 7. Msrletw. aSl
I. tt. AM1KKWS, I'nMilt'nL
ft'1'- GEORGE'S HALL, AX UXSUItkj
Jtsjseo Boarding Sehool lor Ita and y ?
Men, Jtelstertown, Baltimore ronnly, MsrrUntf
preparra lor tho Unlveisltlcs and (WlmSfi
nesi. fJTj a year. I'rof. J. 0. Kisfiu A V
Principal. Circulars with references Kut.' * *
Jyl^hjw
rpiIE HANNAH JIOItE ACADKMV,
J_ near H-utimore, for Girl*, noted for healthfulpen,
careful training, thorough Instruction and the
inlucnceflof a Christian home. The next t?m
ni'W"S,C,,U % Kcv- AUTIIDIt J. HICiuf
D . KcUtcfftown. Md. JylJ-wis
BUSINESS CARDS.
gTEPHEN McCOLLOUGII,
Carpenter and Ituildcr.
Brick Buildings erected complete In all jnod<m
Iraprovemcuu. Also wooden buildings fitted up
complete on lot. Wooden buildlugi framtd ud
fitted up in yard at work khoji and taken to anj
Kirt and completed. ?n renKJiinljle terms. All ?!
rations made on old buildings, roofs valleyi and
BKy-HehtanarHcuUrlyattcnd^lto. iK-iks.counUri
and shelving fitted upon short notice; store fronu
nut in and stores alterdi. ltwldence No. 89 Sixtecnth
street, formerly occupied by Mr. Ben Exler.
Shop In rear of Capitol, on Alley 13. qyll
"YyHEELING EOILKIi WORKS.
"'Manufacturers of portable, statlonarr, narlce
boilers, brecchine, chimneys, tanks, stills, .loon,
shutters and all kinds of heavy sheet Iron work.
Dealers iu becoud-haud boilers. For infonaallou
apply to COX ,t MOItHIoOX,
_ , . No. 1C00 Market street
Telephone 0-21. RepairssjKt'lal attention. Terai
J) 0. LIST, JB.,
PORK PACKEE
Ul4 rarer of Iho cclebraM CIUSTER MEW,
which aro now ready and for wle it
? *<? FOUKTEENTU STREET.
My H. C. Mcaiaarc all branded, "liit'i Cheater"
_*P5 .
^ B. CAMDEN, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Residence and office No. 105 Fourtetuthitrttl
Office also Ht 1133 Cliapllne street.
Tclephouo No. OC1 and No. 11.
I uftim promptly answered. toys .
J M. CLOUSTON,
dkjli.eb in
Grain, Uround Feed, Baled Hay, Straw kt.
South 8trect,Ncar Market Street Uri^gc,
Will pay tho highest market prlco /or whwt, corn,
___ and orttK lalj.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. _
IJMIE YELLOWSTONE VALLEY.
Glknmvk, M. T.. July 1,182.
Haying rcmoretl from West Virginia. to the gift}
Ycllowntouo Valley In Monuuia Territory, vrhtre l
propose to make my home for the future, and ?
gage in the Real Estate Hutiucss, secure Homr
meads forsettlere, on (iovernineni IjukIs. a!>o *
cure farms from the Northern ftHflc Railroad wr
settlers, so they will have a place to locate oa[arrival,
without the trouble or excuse of hunting a
desirable location.
I will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate for
non-residents as well us citizens of the Territory.
Opportunities unexcelled to purchase the w?
lands, now ofl'ered for tele at low prices, which In a
year or two will be worth live to ten tints low
present cost. My facilities for masscting bunnj*
with thoU. 8. Laud Olllce unsurpassed. Chars?
moderate. Correspondence w>llelted.
(JEO. H. TISfiLE.
Jyl'DdW tilciidlve.M.T.^
^LEXANDER BONE, SR.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, LICENSED GENERAL BBSIAtill
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Loans negotiated, stocks bought and
chanta*and manufacturers' booksojieHcd.uaifliw
and closed. Estates buttled, uotes, book
auid ronta collected. Houses rented and if**Collections
promptly remitted. Advancei a*?
All business corrc?i>on(kMiceconfideiuUlly*'JfflrS
to. fiend for circular to references. 13JJ
street, (Cmnglo's Block,) over City JUuk, WTiccusf,
X. Va JiL
JJR. J. B. REED
Has removed liis ofllceaiid resitlenj*!1??
the Eighth ward to the corner of T**a,P
second and Chapline streets, Fifth waru.
Olllce hours?7 t<r 1) a. m., 1 tu 3 r. ? .'1
0 r. m. Telephonu F 10.
JpROFESSIONA L.
UtnOLlllIEX li?? relumed tolhcrUT'^jjj
can be found hi tuc
OFFICE OF TI1K DOARI) OF KDCCATIOS.
over tho City Hank, Market street.
rjlUOMAS SWEENEY,
Justice or Hie IViico, XoUrj I'nlilicWl
Honcral Iluslucks .\genl. .
1112 Chaplino Street, Squira Kelber; oM
OOlce. mill'.
?;? * 1
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND CflPS!
?prjin^
NOW IN STOCK AT
GEORGE J JATHISOfi'S
1222 MARKKT 8TUKKT.
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