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THE IM'ELLIGEiYCER.
Publlihtd dally (Huniiyinwptod).
rflITT A CAMPBELL, PBOPRIETORS.
At Not V tod 26 Fourteenth fit reel.
TERMH OF D^ILYl
O110 copy one jc*r~f4 001 ThiM taonthf...... ...tl 00
fiiv1 Bit mouthi...... 4 ?) | Oii? month - 76
Delivered by rnili-r* !u city, 16c per week.
TKRMS or HKMI-TmLV:
On? year - 001 Mix, mouihji?^.^1160
TERM8 OK WEEKLY:
Ouo ycir..^.M? tt 601 Six: 00
Ureal reduction* to clubs. Hind for (ample copy
and circular*. Atldrtt*,
FRO A CAMPBELL,
WSrtUvg, II'. In.
t Entered at the Pnatofilce at Wheeling, \V. \'a., as
' ; . aeconil clamtnattcr.1
' V AUHKLINU, IV. VA.. J PLY 2), IM1
v..w <?. i. T,,i?. ii,wi
i lib vuiiui; hi a inuj jrcui in xjivi muv
cents on tlio $100, against 85 last year.
Total tax this year oil the $100 Is $1,10,
[ against $1,25 last year.
Chicago is excited over a cable from
, London that Afchbisboji Feehan, of that
; city, is to bo appointed a Cardinal at tho
Papal Consistory next month, Tho papers
there assumo that this Ih a recognition of
the commanding future of the City of the
Lakes,
At last there are signs that tho hot weather
Is telling on the senators, in spite of such
refreshment as they can extract from tho
mineral waters which are dispensed in the
cloak-rooms, and that congressmen will not
bo able much longer tq resist the temptation
to go homo and repair their fences.-?
' Chicago Timet.
Tim Michigan wheat cmn Is thresh I na
outut the rate of 29 an<l 32 and up to 42
bushels per acre. In Dakotobarley is run*
niug 75 to SO bushels to the acre. The
, wheat and oats crop is about an average.
In Indiana some fields of wheat are thresh/
ingout 2S bushels per acre. There is a lack
' of tain in Central Illinois and the corn is
& ' not doing well in conscquence.
jj?,jA CorrrniioiHlciil who tin* TnUen Mr.
Turucr'n l'lnco.
Kkyhkh, July 28th, 1S82.
i Killtora Intelligcnccr.
Having noticed with no little pleasure
tho agitation of tho important question,
which has been so ably discussed by yourself
and Mr. Turner, I cannot refrain from
accepting a small portion of your space,
which has been so magnanimously oflered,
: in the interest of intelligent research. Nor
would I attempt this article only for the
fact that Mr. Turner has declined any further
discussion.
. , You say, "that Mr. Turner assumes that
somebody must be cheated by the tariff."
lie has a right to assume that which seeniB
so easy of proof. The farmer is cheated
uy u tarin, uoyonu nil uoubt, it
ify'';- seems to me. ltow is he cheated?
i Ho is cheated by having to pay taritT
rates for what ho* hays and taking free
'yiv.w.v. trade rates for what he eclk To underetand
?3:v. thia 4iist proposition, you must observe the
" fact that the marketable value of all articles,
uot protected by a tariff, is governed
ffyS- by the inexorable law of supply and demand
the world over, while the pricts of
articles protected by tariff is made by the
h/ V, relations betweeu supply and demand in
r < that country alone where they arc protected,
: sheltered from competition with the world.
You draw an aflecting picture of the farmer
V and the artisau living sido by side in the
convenient exchange of commodities for
their mutual benefit. But I tell you that iu
?? this country the artisan of the North and
; ' ; the East standing by the side of tho farmer
of the South anu the Vest is as the vine
which clings to the tree, and chokes it to
a sickly vitality.
The artisan says to the farmer if yon
y don't take so much for your wheat, I will
buy from a foreign market.
. Now, what does the farmer have to say ?
: . Just about this, viz: "Well, your article," it
jt|&~ Hcems to me, is very high, and I could buy
cheaper in England if you would permit
r ' me," but us you won't I guess I will have to
Bnbmit to the outrage."
, Mr. Editor, can you conceive of a stront:
mutual attachment growing up between
|p~v two people wheu one of them is constantly
harrassing the olher in this man,vu-v'
ner. .
The Chicago JnUr-Ocean, in speaking of
W.Voorhees' speech in defence of tho
yz.iyj- larm commenus mm by saying that lie had
>;; ..learned well the doctrine* of America for
the Americans. It seems to me that if it
had eaid he hud learned well the doctrine
of America for the manufacturers it would
have been a great deal more applicable.
-- You. also state it as a rule of political
economy "that the closer producers of
^ - every kind can bo brought together, the
lesa their losses will be by intermediate
.charges."
A very souud doctrine, and one which
. no one will dispute; but the juxtaposition
'^>v; / alluded to in this rule means simply the
gpsYf; cheapness of access. If the ocean was wide
enough so that the manufacturers of the
Old World could not afford to ship their
goods across and still compete with our
.manufacturers, iliere would, you will ad:
.y mit, be 110 kind of tariff laws. Now, I
S&?tnko it that it is plain to be seen from this
that instead of bringing the manufacturers
v closer, it virtually pule them farther away
y to lay a protective tariff. A boy would
; walk ten miles to a circus if he could get
in free, but if it was in his own town, and
; the tariff at tho door was too strong ior
him, does it not virtually send the circus
to the North Pole, so far as he is con.
cerned?
;Nogoodrulo of political economy can
ever befound which will sustain the tarill'
laws. The rules which it looks to for its
i; :, foundational moro like these viz. Rule 1st.
Tho more labor any country can furnish its
inhabitants tho better ttio condition of
those inhabitants. (It might be well to
- ' remark that this rule has been somewhat
shaken by the fate of the Nation which
compelled its people to build the pyramids.
Rule 2nd. "The less labor saving machinery
used the better tho condition of
" humanity. Rule 3d. If tho world had
been moro sterile and less fertile tho con|&V^cditiou
of humanity would have greatly ndvanced
in civilization, wealth etc.
N. B. Carskados.
... remarks upojf tltk a hove.
Iftv'i :/OYe havo accorded Mr. Carskadon the
space which ho asks at our hands. If he
j^&k 'has thrown any additional light on the
farmer's side of the tariff question by virtue
of what ho has said on the subject, wo really
fail to see it He speaks about farmers as
contra-distinguished from the protected
?'uss or classes. AVluit does he mean by
^^Vtliat? Is lie not aware that the farmer is
protected by a tariff ou agricultural proI'
ducts,to prevent thoir free importation from
I ; Canada and the adjacent Dominion islands
fegto this country. We take it that to that
^fef'exteut at least the farmer is entitled to bo
Put in tho protected category. Last year,
if^ri tariff and all, Canada exported to this coun?10,634,498
55 of agricultural products,
cjPag^which paid a duty of $4,'419,74S 07. The
|ir% duties levied for the protection of the farHI
mcr aro therefore not inconsiderable.
$$$?& iur. uarekadou docs not point out nuy
Particular in which tlio fanner is oppressed
{0$:yhhy. the tarill. IIo does not show that ho
not benefitted by it even uioro than moat
people. On the Oth oi April last a member
^^^iof Congress, (Mr. Haskell) who ably represcuta
orie.oC the districts of the great agri^^^cuitunil
Stato of Kansas, said :
There is not 10 per cent of all tho articles
gg$&'that;tho workio^uian of America buvs that
!??&&:aronot cheaper in his market than in any
1^:1 - other market in tho world. Murk that. The
i : , :^workingnian of America buys every article
fflgg^Cof; food either as cheap as any foreign ua^^Vtion
or cheaper. The workingman ot
?|p&}America buys everv article of cotton manug?S-facture
in the United States as cheap or
ts;cheaper than they can bo bought anywhere
else in tlie world. He buys his
boots and shoes at m Iowa rate asthesamo
goods can bo furnished in any country
If ho is h farmer he buvs his agricultural
implement* by his own door at a leas price
than the citizen of ony other country can
buy his, Tho American farmer or laboring-man
buys his wooden ware cheaper
than iio can buy it anywhero else in the
world. Tho American working man buys
all his cutlery and edged tools cheaper
than they can be bought in England to*
day. Tho workiugman buys all his plain
pressed glassware cheaper than it can ho
bought in England to-day. Ho buys all
his wagons cheaper than tho Englishman
can make them. Ho buys all his reapers
aud mowers ami halves tors and threshers
cheaper than they can be made in England.
Ho buys Ills clocks, watches, carpets,
furnituie, us cheap as they can bo
bought in any frco trado country in the
world; buys Ins axes, shovels. saws, nails,
as cheap us they can bo bought anywhere,
and ho reads his newspaper, books, and
periodicals, printed with American type
so much better than English typo that tho
Englishman comes hero to our market for
American typo and print ins-press**. Many
of the wcolen goods are cheap hero as
in England, and all would ho hut for the
duty on wool which protects the wool*
grower.
The farmer get# more for his products
to-day than lie did in the days of the socalled
revenue tarill*, and ho pays less for
very much, if no*, most, of what ho buys.
How, tlion, is ho fnfuretl?
What does Mr. Carskadon want for the
firmer? lie talks as if he wanted free
trade, .r Well, freo trade involves direct
taxation. We would, in the event of free
trade, he obliged to rai8o(eo it is estimated)
$250,000,000 by direct taxation, apportioned
among the States in the
ratio of population. This ratio would
assign SH,075,000 year* y to West Virginia
upon the basis of her population in 18S0.
Now as Mr. Carskudon, of course, professes
to be speaking for the farmers of West Virginia
more particularly, will ho please go
out amonir them and ask them how they
would like the idea of direct taxation in
lieu of a tarill", and then report the result
of his interviews in a subsequent paper.
Wo shall be glad to publish it.
They aro discussing in Chicago the rule
that has been adopted in New. York, Philadelphia
and Cincinnati excluding married
women from becoming teachers in the pub
lie schools. The Tribune publishes some
interviews on tho subject with different j
members of the School Board, who seem to
differ radically. Those who favor the pro-1
posed rule take the following ground:
When a woman gets married she ought
to go home and stay there, instead of hiring I
a strange woman to take care'of her home |
and children. There are exceptions, of
course, where she marries a cripple or a
worthless chap who is unable to support
her. The Hoard simply wants an opportunity
to puss upon such cases, and give
poor *un married women the preference over
married oues whose husbands are able to
support them.
I>ILI>.
HANCHER?On Frlilny inoralnt?. July 1M>.
at 2 o'clock, Dr. A. 1'. Hancher. in the Wd year of
hi* np>.
I'uneml from hi* Into reii'lciico, No. M Eleventh
street, this afterncou at 3 o'clock. Frleud*of the
family arc invited. Interment private.
Mr
RECOMMENDED B* PHYSICI*NS.fU.bl.t..i
en Imtli ildn of (he AU*ntU. < an Iot*1u?M? Toole an J Ktttnr*.
tit* In c?m? of (I?o?r*l Dtllllty, Nmuui Dtpmiloa, Eofwtlod
Cotxtltutloq ?nJ >*mtl?
NURSING MOTHERS, ?h? iutr?r tnm rormr of milk, will
find It t ip*<13< far tbrlr traalln. It UmultUMbr dliM-i^n.
ih?rp?o? tho ?pp?tlt?. Intlmrsin aaj buildi up tbo totln .jitrm,
an! ?iel[?i (totrsui Bow uf milk.
WEAK AND SICKLY CHILDREN.-bo .aff,rfr?*L?ite*.
fi'I vfirlDrn, tht rtmlt of dlw?w. or?r-itudjr, or n?rtou? tntla.
Ill dtrlt* laboUatUI bftirfli frnta It* ui?. It nttorct th?
jtt'm to Ita Bormkl condition *ud brioii btck tb? bloom of
;outb.
INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS *111 end It ..1?i?wy
If"? ""l storing lo.t itrrtpb. Wbto tho
- >u4 itmm otner DourtiMnrol tba Eitraot will
i rov? id ?*e?ll?ot aubitltuta for food. It n?ltbar jalla upon lb*
I (' Hi* oar offaodi tba Uit*.
DELICATE FEMALES, ?ho ?o?<r frma tha rf
tb'lr mi, will dultt Inline rellcT from In tK. ]( Impratai lb?
dljrtilcn. purlSaa lb* V'.ooJ, itlmoUht (b? ai pttlia, and rttU?
lb* aplrltl.
WEAK AND DELICATE PERSONS CENERALLY. .bo
rfjulra iom? artificial rattoratlia?atxl ?tp??lallj tho?a ?bo are
Inclined to ConinaptloB?*111 Cu t tbla preparation a?aellj lallcil
in tbtlr urtdl. 11 It aiptrltld for the Coo i hi and Ji'arTuua 1C?Uoat
ciuallj lucldml to a loo aUU cf lb* ij n?m.
AS A FLESH RESTORER it tba tiibnt r*ia?.
7ba *bol? MoJaMy ef It* aetlno la to atlmulatc tba dUaatUa of
ftl-prnleelac fooda, and In affiol I* IniartaMj to ?!? fullDaaa
an 1 rouado??i to lb* fimalt form, and rubuitotia to tba nmciUoa
THE LIEOIG MALT EXTRACT liapnraenneaotralfdrinM
Attract ?f Halt. nrr*abla to tba tail*, and fr.-a from alcohol.
H li rtaJllf ralalntd on th? itooiach an! contalni non? but
a|,olriutua anil tiouiNblo* lu?redlaMi. Tlia (tnulna preparation
twara on tb? laUl a floaaoarattd lUanniof Bamon too I.nam.
111 k F.c .iu.La of bit {51*o?lura. at ?II a> (bat of A.*VOOSLCR
t CO., ItiLiluoaa, Ud., S^a ijta'.a f.r Auailca,
TUA.YELEKS' GUIDE.
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS?WHKKUSO TIHK.
3UQ- I" I I
d&y. A.M. A.M.! P.M. r.M.
B.&O. R.R fl:S5 ?:W)( 3:10 4:?
I P V I I
CcnLO.Dlv ? 9:80 "liw' 11:00 11:1$
W.,P.&n.D:v 6:10 1:.X 5 10
ClOT.iPlttJ 6:00 11:10- 1:50 14:55
P.,C.4Bt.L.- 8:5? 6:32 8:52 1:57 4:17 ' *6:4*7
a. m. i'. m. a. m. a. M.
C..T.V.AW. *0:30 ".Vim 12.00 6:00 ?4:00
asrival of tra.'ks.
Sun- I
day. a.m. a.m. r.m. a.v.
B. ii 0. B. K 12:15 10:30 2:20 l>:20
r.M. a.m. a.m. a.m.
CeuL 0. D1T ..... 6 &> 10:00 2:55 10:45 ....
a. m. r. m.
W.,P.4B.Dlv 7:5j 11:20 0:25
a. v. p.m. a.m.
Clev. & Pitt*. 1H40 5:0S 7:57 J8-42,
A.M. A.m. A.M. A.M. r.M. r.M.
P., G. ibSLL. ll:0v S:52 8:37 11:02 4 02 7:17
C..T. V.&W. *&4C *10:21 2:25 *5 W
IMilv uxinjpt auuu.iy.
1 StcubcnvUlo Accommodation.?Tills train during
the day pii?*s backward and forward between
Martin's Kerry and B;ll&iro: Btopjilncwkeu required
at the 8herm?n Boueo, .Kttiavlllc, west Wheeling
and Gravel 111U.
t Masdloij Accommodation.
*8t. CUIrsvllle Accommodation.
C., T., V. & W. Train* nm by Colmnbns time.
IADftCT'0
ivimr i o
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The only talc and certain cure for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea,
Dyscntury, Colic, Cramp?, hummer
Complaints, ?&e.
luTttiurtblo for (Jdldren during their Second
Summer. In me for luorothan twenty years anil
hax never failed. Xocurcuopay. Price 60 cents.
R. A. McOABE & CO., Proprietory
Jyl wnKHUNTi. W.VA.
A M IV I I'll t \l l.'W I
All stylos Canl, Cabinet, Panel and Boa*
doir, at
KIRK'S ART STORE,
j>"5 1005 Main street.
NEW ApVBRTl8EMEKT8.
TIT ANTED?cfEN ERA L AGKNT8 FOR
T T ?'h!o, IndUna, Wm Virginia and Maryland,
by toe Reliant* Mutual Life Anoclttlon of Cinclr
natl, Ohio. AddtmJ. KKISQ.Mup't of AftnU,
Na-6 Wwt Third i.rctt. Cincinnati, Ohla Bpedal
lnduoementi offered to experienced Imuran oe
men. jy29?
QONCEKTAt
Frank Waltcn' Two-Mile lluiite, Monday
evening. July31. Opert JIouw? Hand. All friends
of the hou?e are nipcctfull) Invited to attend.
Can will run on the Mm Orovo Railway until after
the conccrt. Jv29
JMST OF LKTTKIIS
Remaining In the Po*tofflc&<at Wheellug, Ohio
oiunty, \v. Va., Huunlay, July 2V. IMi Too'*
tain any of the following the applicant mint ?<k
for adrerthod letter*. giving tfato of 1IU:
LADIES' LIST.
Burlu, Mm lligglo Liito Hotle, Mr*
Ilryan, Mm K It King. Ml?* Kalv
Fuller. Ml* Hannah Miller, Ml* LjrdU
K'vneh, M In Mabel Mobonalu, MIm Annie
lilll, Mis* Mnttle Scott, Mr* Laura
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Arnold, J A McOmhor. Clnu H
lull, J a Murray, thi* 1'
llertKli, Wm Neal. John li
< amn.Thoa J Rtcvemon. Milton L
Clniky, Arthur Kpencer. W 0
Kajwtt, Jaine* Tenle, Malcolm D (2)
K-hrman, Geo W WlUon, George
I-ordham. J M Went, Prof J ?V (2)
HhIuc*. Harry Wallace, Bob
Ham*, Henry W Window, Mr (2)
Hobba, K
HUM LIST.
Dordh Hague A Co
]*? II. STEIlLINQ. P. M.
47 tli
Popular Munthlj llrawlnj or llio
In tho City of Louisville, on
Thursday, August Hist, 18?2.
Them Drawing* occur monthly fSnndayi except*
od) uuder thojmiYlfcioiui of an Act o! the General
Assembly of Kentucky.
The United State* Circuit Court on March 8lsi
rendered the following decision*:
lrt?That tho CommonweAlth Distribution Company
is legal
2d?IU Drawing ore Fair.
N. B.?Tho Company hna now on hand a laree
Reserve Fund, head carcfully tho list of prize* foj
tho
AUGUST DRAWING.
I Prize,. ..?.3M,0001001'rizo*r00cAch,fl9,00C
1 Prize 10,000|200 Prizes $50 each, 10,000
1 Prize, 5,000,000Prizes fJOeach, 12,000
10 PrizoJI.UJOeach.lO.OOC 1,000 Prize* 110each, 10,000
20 Prizes 500each,10,000|
9 Prize* ?100 each, Approximation Prizes,?... $2,700
9 Prizes 1200 each, " " ..... 1,800
9 Prizes 1100 cach, " " ...? 900
1,000 Prize* 8112,400
Whole Tickets 92. HalfTieketfl, $1. 27
Tlokntii.tfrU)- r.r. i'1/.L-Mu ftimi
remit money or lu.uk draft in letter, or tend bj
cxpreo. den't wml by registered letter or post
otliee order. order* wf $6 and upwards by express,
can ixjbentnt our expcuie. aduremi all ordera to
r. m. boardm an. courier journal uulldlng,
louisville, ky., or it. m. boardman. scj ilroadway.
new york. jyv.'-muw
A large walnut and glass
ea>e for sale cheap: ran bo i sed for general
purposes; call and we !u millefta fkan/.1ie1m.
Jyj;
For cincinnati, louis-, rr> *
v1lle and intkkmedlatklggggff
points, tho commodious l'axsenger^^^^ ^
Steamer
st. LAWRENCE. W. M. List, Master,
c. d. List. clerk,
will leave as above ou saturday, july l!9. at
3 o'clock p. m.
for freight or tosmco apply on ixwrd or to
c. h. llotith ?fc son. aneuu-GREAT
BARGAINS!
CLOSING OL'T ODDS & ENDS OK
Decorated Tea and Dinner Ware,
MAJOLICA WAfcB, VACES,
FANCY GOODS AND GLASSWARE.
Please call and examine my stock.
JOHN FRIEDEL,
jy24 ll.tO WAIN* STREET.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
FURNITURE
AND
CARPETS!
furnitore!?w^
0111III U1 SIDEBOARDS and WARD?
Our Now Patterns arc now
y rnfits
V It I JJ u ( u | PE8TRY and INQKAIX&
|Pa ,, |, Our assortment of Ru*s In very
M 11 flf fl 11"1 W, embracing HMYRtfA, VELSilly
irt Ii'hV^ MOSQUfcTTES, BRUSSELS,
" " W V ITAMSTKY. and many otlicre.
Linoleiim Oil Cloths!
All width* nnd Htandanl Jlakea.
Folding Ghairslss
the three lending factories of the country.
Chamber Setslsss;
?
Parlnr
rdllUI oclol?ornttoc;"ffi
auy other house in th# city.
UNDERTAKING.
Coiwtanllr on haml all tho latest styles. METALIC
CASKETS, CASES and WOOD COFF1N8 ]
ulllinuVU UU UlUIt UlMllV.
friendI son.
roh2S __
"yy REELING AND ELM GROVE R R.
On and after MOSD.VY, JULY 3,1882. car* on tho
\VhtHiliug and Klin Grove Railroad will run a? lol- ]
lows, leaving the city (corner Elovoath and Market ,
street*). and Ilornbniok'i Park, at .
6:S0 A. ?. 10.W A. M. 1:80 p. U. bM P. M.
7:00 M lfcSO " 2:00." fcOO "
7:33 " 11-.C0 ' 2:30 " 6.30 "
. MM " 11:50 *:03 " 7.30 " :
8:30 " 1100 M. 3:30 " 8:00 " |
O.OV'. 12:30 P.M. 4;(0 " 8 80 " I
?;30 " 1:00 M 4 30 " 9 00 '
6 00 " 9 30 "
Sunday* cxceptcd. ~~ i
On !iun<iay?tln fair weather) can will run crery '
20 minute*, from 7:40 a. h. to 9.40 r.x.
J 03. KLEEH,
Jyl Snperlntcndent.
CLQTH1NQ?J.GRILLES, ;
BARGAINS
APPEALING TO TIIE
CLOSEST
BUYERS
Something Worthy of Care!
Examination,
The season holng nearly over h
made It impcriitlro that all Sprli
and Summer Goods should ]
moved at once. It costs 10 g>
cent to carry over goods from 01
season to another. This I sh?
attempt to avoid, nnd hy glvii
this reduction to customers olf
the greatest inducements overlie
out. I will, therefore, until tl
1st of August, give a CASH 1)1
COUNT of
Trii nrn nrn1
itn rttf utNi
On all sales ol' Ono Dollar ami u
wards. Sumo reduction on Clot
ing, botli to Order and Beady-Had
on Gents' Furnishing Goods and i
everything I have in Stock.
J. BRILLES
THE SOME DEALING,
One Price Clothiei
1158 MAIN STREET.
je!2
DRY GOODS.
STONE & THOMAS
Just ltci'civcd a Third Stock or Those
RICH BLACK SILK!
A.t $1 25, $150 anil $2 00, cheap at 33 p
cent more, that have had sticli a rtin.
Also a Fall Line ol Iteautiful
Summer Silks
IN ALL SHADES.
MORES, SATINS, SURAHS
Lace, Huntings,
Nun's Veiling, Cashmeres,
White Goods, Fine Thread,
Hosiery and Underwear
As l'retty as Silk, etc., cti
Beautiful Summer Silk at 47 l-2i
A GREAT BARGAIN*.
OTJR STOCK OF
Carpets, Velvets
Tupcstrys, Ingrains,
ltngs, Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and
Lace Curtain Goods
Is Unsurpassed by any in the Ciiy.
PRICES LO'Vv
Cheap Counter
Wo place on sale to close out a larp
variety or Seasonable (Joods, markc
ilown iJO to 50 per cent#
The Cheapest (Joods ever shown?Gai
ner's West Percales at 12 1-2 cents; yar
wide Cambrics 8 cents; Lawns 5 1o
tents; Itmnants half their cost. So brin
along yonr wish and examlno for youi
selves.
STONE & THOMAS
1030 Main Street.
mv25
MUSICAL GOODS.
JfOIi SALE.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND
Steinway Piano
AT A BARGAIN.
Call soon.
LUCAS' MUSIC STORE,
Je29 1142 Main Street.
piANO AND ORGAN STOOLS.
Job lot at less than present cost price*
Elegant styles, best quality goods, from $
upward, will not duplicate present lot i
ho prices.
WM. II. RHEIB.
jy!2 53 Twelfth St.. Washington Hall.
gHEET MUSIC. ~
A large collection of New and Fopula
Music, for 5 cents per copy.
.-. -I ? WILSON & BATJMER
jy7 1308 Market Street.
QR0CBH1B3 AND TOBACCfl,
Hole A trout* For
HORSE-HEAD TOBACCO!
11 SMMSONS
118 HEADQUARTERS FOR
5 Mackerel, Lake Herring,
And the Celebrated Unglntcd
!fl llnrlriiiu Anrnrn Oa^aa fi
ITiaUUUA HUlUld UUIIdG SI
ill
Anil a Full Line of
1 ^ Schaltze's, Kirk's and l'roctor & (Jambie'a
SOAPS.
Wo sell LOWER, carry the mosl complete
^ and largest stock in the State.
SILVER LAKE FLOUR HOUSE,
rj?l!i
TO THE GROCERY TRADE,
??. 1 take pleasure In announcing to my old patrons
* and to the trude generally, tint, slnec the lato lire
, at my cstablli.litncnl.1 have thoroughly renovated
II- iny buildings, mid Mia now prepared to offer its
large and vutledu stock of gencal groceries and
n provisions as can bo found In the mate. These
l) goods are all new and carefully selected.
Vy own cure of choice smofced moats delivered
)H direct from my l'ork House at Manchester.
I have been appointed sole agent In the city for
the following leading specialties, viz:
Kuuford Chemical Works- Renowned
Yeaht Powder In Bottles*
1\J? Hitter's Fruit Butters and Preserves.
Frank Siddal's Wondcrfnl Soap.
naru s ti tiuu juuru.v aonp.
I Ward's Electrifying Soap.
McXnmara'a (llorjr Tobacco.
McAlpiii'H Oinrard Tobacco.
Wcyman & Bro*\ Celebrated IMlUburgli
Smoking Tobacco.
DuPont's Sporting, Rifle, Mining and
Wasting Powder.
' FAMILY AX1> 1IAKKUV FI.OUK.
5 McCoimellsvlIlc Hold Slicnf I'atent Flour,
Best in the market.
Silver Star?Baker's Flour.
Daily Bread?Maker's Flour.
= M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE GROCER it PORK PACKER,
Nos. 1309 and loll Main Street,
I jy2G Wheeling, W. Va.
' NEW I882 MAGKEREL,
Two mm of 1882 new catch mackerel, all nixes. Jnst
received.
SA Car of Phoenix Flour,
In barrels aud bags, recelred dally. The best made.
Try It, and you will have good bread,
cr Now Potomac Horrlug1
In stock.
Largest stock of GROCERIES IN WEST
VIRGINIA.
JOS. 8PE1DEL &, CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
my25 1416 Main and 1417 Sonth streets.
' JUST RECEIVED.
micuuv) cnucv, Aiicnovy rasie,
Deviled Chicken, Boneless Chicken,
Muckcrcl in Tomato Sauce,
1 (Singer Ale, Daisy Farm Cider,
i I'iiunpples, A Variety of 1'lckles.
I GEO. K. McJIKOIlhN'.
1?06 Market Street.
YOD AKE CORRECT,
Thurber's Goods
ARE TIIE BEST.
For sale nt
Grco. K. McMcchcu'w.
Jris
C. JgONELESS BREAKFAST BACON,
c- STAR 13RA.7VD.
TRY IT. ,
It. J. 8MYTII.
JIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT.
In }A and K Pound Pots.
For the production of one pound of this Extmct
JM pounds of lcin meat without any fat, bono or
) sinew are required, being equal to about45 pounds
of butcher meat as sold in the shnns. For tale at
? JML Y T II 5 S .
JVC
STATIONERY.
JMSHING TACKLE.
A NEW STOCK OF
r Fishing* Tackle
Just received nt
i STANTON & DAYENPORT'S,
;e jy27 1301 Market Street,
d BLANK BOOKS
^ The largest stqck and greatest variety in
o the city.
J FOR SALE RETAIL
AT WHOLESALE PRICES, BY
JOSEPH GRAVES,
)e23 2fl Twelfth Slreet.
WIHES A NP LI QUO RS.
- OHXB. KKAtJS. SOU KRAI'S, FKXO. HXXXM
" c. IiRAUS & CO.,
(Bocccnor to H. Scbmalbach & Co.,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN FOfiDGN ANT D0ME8TI0
1 Wines and Liquors, Brandy,
GIN, OORDIALB AND WHISKIES,
No. 1133 Market Stioet,
* nf>
I'A New Discovery. jjfjffis.- i-\
It ba? ilwivt twn *uw>o*e<1 tnat a
after the benl became elated anil The ? ?M
ihiny.ltwathopclcutoeipcetany " _ "^1
\ hall. Thlt Is erroneous, we hire s VJ
rrown hair on butvlreU* of bead* n
t , that were duel like a "billiard.
, . 7*" tul 14 * mlcro? opic
,i??ofjfcetoll?clcandl'ipd.afrum __ fj
jjhkh the hilt glow*. It "ill read. ?T"?
Uy he seen thit though the hair li ?U|
gone trom the iutfcc.it la tllllalWe t]
_ and healthy beneath the scalp, and II
'? only pctrtnted front crowing ty *Tfce y
the, contraction-of the follicle In CostntttlM. A ?
vnkn It ahould mw. Theyoung k
hair li mil alive Bad healthy, hit /j
J cannot force It* way through the . Tfc? U
hard croat, until the ituface i? aoft. Naw'llatr-, ??41
medbyiheGltOwlK. TbeHuuea " /
then aUoeb the half food (akin to IM
manure, in the referable wot Id). [M
ejg
DRT POOPS.
Dcmnmm
$ jumiiimiuu
-OF1Y
GOODS!
J.S.RHODESScCO.'S
Halo of RorananU will cotmnencu
Monday, .Tnly \24tli.
ltcimiants of FIno Dress (foods.
Kciimtintsol' Muslins.
IteiuuantH of Cheap Dress Goods,
Remnants of Calicoes.
Remnants of Ginghams,
Remnants of Cheviot",
Itemniuits ol Embroideries.
Remnants of all kinds.
J. S. RHODES & GO,
una SLVIN ST.
jvM
"eastern
Dry Goods Store
llio MAIN ST.
0 _____
GREAT CLEARING SALE!
Owing to Dissolution ol' Co-partnership,
entiro Stock to lie Closed
Out
Regardless ol' Cost!
SALE TO COMMENCE
SATURDAY MORNING,
; And continue until further notice.
I
MARSHALL & GO,,
EASTERN WRY (iOODS STOKE,
111U lUAXl^i !5?T.
j>-?i
DRUGGISTS.
A WORD IN SEASON!
Piovldc yourself with a bottle of GUNDY'3
CHOLEK* AND Dl.VRRIKKA. MIXTURE. Yon
may reed it either at home or abroad. Price 25
cents. Prepared and sold by
LOGAN* ?fc CO.,
Druggist*, llrldge Corner.
Errors in Drinking and Eating,
At this season. more than any other, a?o apt to
give trouble. An excellent corrective and preventive,
Is Logan A Co'?
PURE ES8. JAMAICA GINGER.
There Is nothing better In the market. Price 2."> eta.
Prepared and sold by
LOGAN & CO.
a riapi>y f eature
In the HOMESTEAD 1'ILIA found In no other,
consists in the use of Pill* of different sizes. as found
in cadi box. There Ik great advantage sometimes
In sma 1 doses, frequently repeated, a* in some
forms of Lav.r Complaint, Co-itlveness, ic. Then
too, children nud some grown persons, who cannot
take larger pills, will readily take the smaller outs,
of which four or five are cqtral In strength to an ordinary
pill. Observe nlw. that there are ?-oriy Pills
In each box. Soihattho Homestead Pills are not
only the best but tho cheapest Pills in ttio market.
8l>eclal Dliectious go with each l>ot. showing howto
use them as a purgative, for Liver Complaint, for
Habitual Costlvenesa. Ac. 1'rlce 25 cents, gent by
mail on receipt of price. Prepared only by
LOGAN Jk. CO.,
JylT DAW Druggists, Wheeling, \V. Vw.
jg^EEP THEM AT HAND!
GRUNDY'S
Oliolera, Mixture
AXD
GENUINE ESS, JAMAICA GINGER,
Prepared by
It. II. LIST, DrujreiNt,
jylS 1010 Main Street.
rjMlK ONLY liEUABI.K
Roach Powder!
Harmless to any other vermin or being.
FOR 8ALE AT
EDM.UND BOOKING'S, Agent,
PHARMACY,
jy!5 No. 1 Odd Fellows' Hall.
COMMISSION MBPflumwj
JOHN M. IIOON & CO,
lira MAIN STREET,
Dealers In (iraln, Provisions anil Oils. In
Car Lots.
Order*placed for SPECULATION* In fi i? tw
visions, Oil and Slock* on margin In Exc^nff^Tt
Chicago, New York and Oil City. gauges it
6 NlchSS Cavaaport 4 Co.. SI.
? . Jei
"?T. . c. a. EooLmoit,
Gt^tnl. 01D. Egjlcttoa A Bon, Spcdi]
B. DA. V HiNPOKT & CO.,
COMMISSIOIST
Dolonln Onto, Flour, Beodi, ProYldoiij, Chat,
and Dried Frulu.
o 187 WASHINGTON 8T.. CHIfUfln
I ll
' y I had not applied the Grewtr'.*rt a (r* IIWRtt
f wfckt.w.un new hair commenced to now t conmei
[ crrr nil Cut put of my hexd which ?*i bald. Growtt at*
> and I now lure m rood a head of bait *? any- ducedirtx
body. M. II. S11EUT, OfTtllod.O. R.M.HK1
AskyotirDrugslBtor Barber to get It I
direct and the Grower will be sentprt
should u?e lt? BENTON HAIR CROWE
DRr GOODS?OBO. R. TAYLOR.
BONN'ET "
SILKS!
Tliere being numerous inquiries
for a better grade of Black
Silks than are usually kept, ve
hue, la order to supply the
want, purchased a line of the
celebrated Boun'et Silks on terms
enabling us 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,
ftnn Tlmhriflllae I
UUli UWU1U1IU0
Fresh Arrivals Every Few Days,
Geo. R. Taylor.
SUITINGS!
Small Checks, Stripes, Brocaded
and Plain, in Fabric
suitable for the Season,
and of latest importations.
Geo. R. Taylor.
. .;
EMBROIDERED
-DRESSESIN
SUN'S VEILING AND CASHMERED
INDIA. VERY
DESIRABLE.
Geo. R. Taylor.
Summer
Dress Goods.
STRIPED AND BROCADED
GRENADINES,
NUN'S VEILING,
CAMEL'S HAIR GRENADINES!
Lace Huntings.
Geo. R. Taylor.
ELEGANT SILKS
We shot this Sprig
tbe lost elegant assortment
of Rich Brocades,
D^VJlTVAfi AVIJJ W- T1
ouiiira, sum mum macais
inBlack and Colors,
we have ever offered.
Geo. R. Taylor.
&PT27 '
'" a* ^s?? ,
1 * *"?P*ci St.. OcTtUnd. Clntlniml. Oh" {
'or you, or the money can be sent to ub i
?l.oo par Bottle* Lndlw !
RCO., 334 Euolld Avenue, Cleveland, 0.
-.v bduotio^ ~
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS'
becl-rity, Motherly carp
MT. DE OIIASTAL ACXdpmv
NEAR W1IREL1XO, w ya
The thirty-fourth ye*rof thli wrii \i
for Klrla. under the chane of the n!, 0*? arh^j
lutlon, opcui on the PlRsT MnitfP0' ?h?w
.. . -r? ?* ??j wineia theHvlon
Thone vrhodctlre to place tholrd?ucinm;ni.,
itllttllonafford n*cm'ptfoiially ro(3?(jt,S*?k
tlio way of healthful and dolchtful lociiW^111
cellent board, tlioruugh dUdplliic m<) infej*atthohandiof
llfMunu tcithw*, in ttfrTd^?.
mcnt o( female education, Including th/tn... ^
UtiRUtiTM and muilc, at toy tt*?*abu^2?
jdjOUld wild foran?t?li>gu?>nf lhl<HhooL
^ IHHECTKfeS OF TIIK ACAHKMY ^
OP TUF. VISITATION
MT. lircnljl^i
Jy2lmw Nwtthn-lim.wk
J^EMALE SCHOOL AT
Tlio National Cnpj^j
Mr. and Mrt. Vm. D.CAr.FJ.LwUlof<nii,kr
School ai the National Capital, a tkicw BcSi
and Day Bcbool lor Younc I adlw, on ih?rK\
WEDNESDAY In 8K1TEM11KK, In the bffiS'
at prcMnt occnplcd by Mr*. M. 11 Archer"*
on Fourteenth itrcet Mr. and Ma Cal*n ??u
ivslaied by a completo con* of Mulct*, inj ,15
facility will bo afforded to ktndcnu ta ijnv3
cbwea. whllo tlio preparatory demruacntJ
celt* moat thorough attention. 14
Tho modem lauguaKc* will form a troaln**
feature of the ichnol. >or full twrtlcuUn SJ2
th? Principal. WH.UAM d. cahell^
aprtfipawavr 1114 M. Bt. X. w.. \v?>him?,?T, t '
DtllahtWly locatedon high. it?n?lr?
- ?ua imok*.
Ficnltr, w?n furnished lA)om..ry, i.>i ttnisu!
collection of mtn*rata and latert?britc? tor u7|
raUafttudyofNatnr*l Bcfcnc*. KtiltenaoMu'
hp*, hh. Tor MUlogua. Urmt. kc. |
hmjm fc pkluctrkab. /v^j
gCIIOOL OF ART.
All persons who desire Instructions in Frit
Hand and Model Drawing, Water Coloring,Oii
Painting, and China ralntinir, are rwjtiaud
to call at the School of Art over W H. Rin<
hart & Bro.'s China 8tore, 1210 Market nmt,
between 9 o'clock and 12 o'clock a. h., ui
from 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock p. v.
L. NIXON", Master, '
Lato Student of the South Kensington Art
Gallery, London, England. jf12
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
NINE department* of study; text U*.k?fnrcl?it4
AT COST; calendar amused to suit u-acbtn; tt.
pemw for one year from 1175 to }
liberal, thorough. Kail term 1h*Iiu s-U'IlMEiS
7 1881. Attcndanco last year iromaspounUutf
West Vlrgiuia ami from 8 State* aiui T*nttnri?^
Number of studcuts larger than for ten jctnfn. t
vIouh.
VForcatalmnic* and other Information ipplrta
the Acting PruJdent, D. 11. HJRlNToX, sormtown,
Vest Va. an]
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
DKLAWAU", OHIO,
An - '
" ??yKraue; aincrne U>e
Unit college* fcjist or West. NccvMtry nmuu ?.
pen?e excepting for clothing. a- then i,j HTW|
hundred young men, undt r Midi. ( pen lo>c^i
tcxes. I.adics under speeUl MiKrrWoa at Jlceuett
Hall. Comerv.itory of Mml<\AriiU|4must,
i're|>aratory" department, Normal, lliwnt*
English aid other special cm?>es, Uyetlitr *iih
three regular college cnnr?e?. For enialucue iddress
C. M. f AY > K. President. ]y:7
LAW SCHOOL OF
WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY.
GEN. 0. W. c. LEI:. PiaMmL
Faculty: n, A. Graves, M. A., Prof. CommnaU*
and Faulty: llou. J. Kandolnh Tucki'r, LLD,,
Prof. Constitutional Law; Judge II. W. fchffftj,
L.L. D., Lecturer on Wills; Judge \Vm,MeUu<hiln,
I ccturcr on Pleading. be-slon begin* top 21, ISA
Forcatalogueaud full iufonnnilon aildri^,
JyH 1'p.qf. C. A. Orates, IxilrKiua, Yt
WASHINGTON' AM) LEE
TJIVIVE B SITY.
GEN. 0. NV C. LEE. I'ltfHcnt.
Thorough instruction in Luiiuiiiikc*, Mtm.
ttirennii Kcirut'cand In the JTofwIoiml School!
oi I<n\v and Kiitfliii'orlux. Healthful locatta
In the Valley of Virginia. Nrce?ary ixj-oiki fu
nine months, exclusive of books ami cloihts, diM
not cxaed from to ?!00. S?sio:i opcui Sm.
21. For catalogue address J. L. Cahi bku. Jr.,
( lerk, Lexington. Va. JyH
WESLEYAN FEMALE INSTITUTE,
1 STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
j Opens September '20th, One of the Ftot
I Schools for Young I ndlcs in the 1'uitiJ stm
Surroundings beautiful. ClimateuusurptMd. hiriila
from eighteen State*. Terms anionic tbe bat
n the Union. Hoard, Washing, tnalbti Coune,
Latin. French, Ge-man, Instrumental Jluslr. Ac,
for Scholastic year from September to June, 823S,
For Catalogues write to
ilEV. WM. A. HARRIS P.D., TnVt.
Jyfl-MWFAW Staunton, Vt f
MARIETTA COLLEGE,
Location in a beautiful town In Southern,OUa,
" mic jiuuiu ui wic jiuKKiiiKuin mer. inircrc*
Jul operation fortybeven years. Two coumi oS
study la ColKeo of four yours r?di, identical cunt
uh to Greek. Kxpemes moderate. Over 30,0i) toIumes
In lis libraries A recent Icquwi bu lacreated
the number of tcholnMiips. The htjutorj*
Department fits student* foreach of theCokjt
courses. Fall term begins Sept. 7. Jluictu, 0,1*1
Jy3 1. \V. .VSHHMVH. l-n>!Jc-.L
ST. GEORGE'S 1IALL, A.N" UNSUEpawed
Boarding School for Itoyi. and Vocy
Men, Keistcrtown, Ualtlmore county, JliryluA
prepares tor the Univcwitlca und ColltKW.orBoiInew.
8275 a year. Prof. J. C. kin Mil, A. X,
Principal. Circulars ivhh reference*tent.
___ Jyl?mr
THK HANNAII JIOKF. ACADEMY,
near Haiti more, for Girls, noted for tralibrulnew,
careful training, thorough instructfoa and ibr
influences of a Chris Ian homo. Thf Mil1tern
will begin Sept. IWili. Kev. AUTIIUR I. HllH,JI.
D . Rclwtcratiwn. Md. lvlw?
SUMMER RESORTS.
SUMMER KEsOBT.
2500 Foot Above Sen Level.
SPRINfi Mil 1.9 HdiiSE!
lllliw IlllbhW !"??*
Spring Mills. Centre county, I'd, Terminalof
the Lcwisburg & Tyrone H. K.
Till* Is a new house *nd ntwly furnished ^
everything tending to comfort Hiui eouvrt?lrM*?
Eitest*. Theuirtsirivl^onitliu hii'I jn:? ,
from mnlarii.anw particularly fnvor?t?e W
restora ion to health of iK.-rMiii-* attlkltd wl'B{J?mouury
complaints, salarUl disorder* ?im ?J'J
Kevor. The beauty of natural suMituidiix jj?
grandeur of scenery and the i-crhct |?u dty
air and water iniikea it one of the invt."?l;?
?poUj for health, rest and i mention. Ne?r ty#
celebrated Penn Ciive*, mrprt^-InK Mtijihlccoj
kind known?sailing miUs under uroutuMw a pecting
halU of great wonder of I'JKVI, ?ifi?ic
Carriages to the cavedallv. 'I la-Hide t' pl?tj{j5
supplied with meat*. milk and fn*b vt-gcublwtaa
irulbtin Bnwon, lienlthiully priparidnwlu^w
served. Good stabling accomodations. .ffl
Per dar, (less than n week) ?*: ?
Per week, (less than a month) ??? Per
month .
All inquiry as to Rooms and wl l'*J*r
ly aiittwvrcd'
Jy8 MM*.
MOUNTAIN Mi Pi!
The New Summer l?*nrt foriM
I'KO!?!.?: OF w ii i:I:I.IXC.
******************** tttf'
* MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK HOTfl/;
**{ 'J he Association 1 f on?If| mi riff*
* * ** * ***** *******
WILL UK OPEN IN A FEW PAYS.
For Information address
Jy"? ii. n. VAx>n:rt:i{.
GrLADES HOTKLj
OAKLAND, ill).
A Celebrated Summer Retort. First
? appointment*. The Matidard of tlil> wel ?o"
^ maintained ah nneof the !i4di&r
els In the country. Good hunting ?nd otMt ^
ho neighborhood. Kooms Imv ?'"*
mulno excellent. Cliaryw moderate.
J>3 JliH.V n. IM.'ANT. v?q?L.
SUMMIT HOUSE,
CRANbERRY SUMMIT, W. VA.
Occupies a commanding portion on jhc roc?*1
ilatcau of the Allegheny Mountain*. Tic kcoo
nodatlon*forRue?tJ aru ample, the n> b*
*cn lately refurnished. Gwi huntfw awl bu
nff In the nclxliliorlioo-t. Three poMcUi^r tr??w
ach way dally. Te/m* arori^n?!?ic.<fiToy I
|r3 " i-.n..rftln*JjTBW
STOCK OK JSWilU VISOR
PrlicIII., Socmtw lutfiadlns.'o }'V]?&si
tlgrlm Kllto. Hclunn.l di>' M?> |wr
ai*Henge. TolUriK Bell. Hjc. ,,lf cor.ru'
ui. Jentr, Vlll.se ?>' . J"?? "Sa Bcj
tain ?h?krai*'?i! IMw"
illicrilcdnibloiubjorlv .?eni.
my( E?;u!i &*?'""

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