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THE INTELLIGENCER,
I'ublUhM <UUy(HuniUy?eiccple<!).
rUKW * CAW'BKLL, PUOIMUCTOIW
At Not. 25 tud 26 Fourteenth Street.
TERM8 OK DAILY:
One copy one yc*r.~|a 001 Three monthi ..12 01
Blx month* 4 00 | Oue month - 71
bcllrwretl by carrier? In city, 16c per week.
TERMS OF BKMI'WKKKLY:
Oo? year M W | Fix monthi- II b(
TKKMS OF WKKKLYj
One year..- fl &u | ?lx,uioutha $1.0
Ureal reductions to Club*, 8end for anmple cup;
and circular*. Addrcu,
FKKNV A CAMPBELL,
HTMiwy, II', lo.
[Rnterad lit tlm I'oatoflke at WheollnK, VY, Va., n
eroml-clniM tiiMttor.l
*iikkun0' w? va ? au(Tuht"ai, h>m.
Flrat liiiirlct < uiitfri'Anloiml Convention
The Republican Cougreulonal Convention of tin
Flmt 1>I irlcl of Weat Virginia will be held In th<
City of (.Urluburgou tbe COih day of August, 1MJ
for Ihu purpovj of nominating n candidate for Con
growi, Htttl forsuch other buMno*a as may cotnu be
fors tho Convention.
Wo rocotniuuud to the Ilepubllcans of the sever*
eouutlis com|K?IiiE the District that County Con
vcntloni behthl ou Saturday, August IMth, DWJ
*nd that delegate* bochcscn to Mid District Con
vcntlon oil the basis of one delegate for each oni
hundred votes cast for tho Uarlleld and Arthu
olectoraln 1S.S0.
VT. J. W. cOWDKSI,
B. I- IIOI.LIDAY,
F. A. UODMSOX,
Coynnltlee.
Tilt: OHIO IIILIA.
The CelrMliil Country Known m
Illicit lCI?ltf???A. Ilnrvcit llomeou IIm
Heights I.hhI Siilurduy?A lx??n?tll'ta!
Nprnid mill n delightful Ihiy?I'uli
llituie* nn:l Comely l>nui;liler??lto?i
Alexander In tlieCii|inclly ofA"I'hllo*
plier,Guide uud Friend."
Harvest homo picnics arc institutioni
among our thrifty agricultural neighbors 01
the Ohio aide. Belmojit county is a greo
county agriculturally, one of tho grea
cjuntijis of a great State. It coutains f>0<
wjuaro milcH of territory, 50,000 pcoj)le,an<
in a richer province than the ancient lam
of Canaan in its palmiest days. Tin
last volume ol Ohio Statistics shows that i
has IMS,750 acres, assessed at SIO.'JSO.GOL'
counting the average acreage value at onl;
$10 37 per acre, ami that the total assesset
valuoof all reality iu the county is $14,1170,
Il-H; that it produced nearly half a millioi
bushels of wheat and over a million o
corn; 270,000 bushels of oats, besides pro
ducing rye; barley, tobacco and other sla
plea in proportion, saying nothiug of liv
stock, money, bonds, and other persona
property, amounting in the aggregate ti
many millions. And moreover it has m
dubL
FAHUEtl'fl Ct.l'US
This being the ease, it is fitting that tin
farming interest of so great a count'
should seek expression fur itself througl
the medium of farmer's clubs in the vari
ous school districts. These elubs are com
p jsod of farmers who meet once a montl
or oftener to compare views touching th
best manner of handling stock, crossiri
breeds, rotating crops, fertilizing the soil
utilizing waste tracts, marketing product
and other like questious that concern the!
mutual interests. They are of comparn
lively recent origin. Once it was the fash
ion for farmers to go it alone?to depeni
wholly on the traditions of their lather
and their own individual experiences
They had not learned the advantages c
association and consultation.' Many c
them supposed that their occupation was;
finished business, and that no special ir
telligenee was necessary to carry it o:
properly. These were the views of the ol
fogies, of the men who had received ver
little education in their youth, and wh
looked upon "book learning" assomethin
that rather unlitted a man for the ren
duties of farm life.
A CHANGE.
In the hist four yours great changes hav
occurred iu the general status of agriculturt
The Grange institution was the first atterap
to associate the whole fanning interests o
the country into one great organization
It grew out of agitation against trausporta
tion monopolies, and also out of discussion
iu regard to the difference between buyiuj
the implements of husbandry as well as tin
necessities of the household atwholesah
aud retail prices. It was believed that tin
way to effect legislation on behalf of th<
agricultural interests was to associate tha
intere st together for the election of men tc
the legislatures of the various States wlu
would enact laws; restraining as fpras po3
sible the greed of monopolies in the matte
of local rales for transportation. This wa
particularly the case in the West, in sucl
States as Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota
Kansas, Nebraska and Michigan. Iu thes'
States the grangers had their greatest holt
on the farming interest, and the result wa
that they did effect important modiOca
tions of transportation charges, and al?
in the prices of all sorts of farm machinery
TIIB LAWS OK TIlADK..
But still tiie general laws of trade in timi
asserted themselves. Competition cauieti
the rescue, as 'it ahyavs does. Railroad
were muiupueu ana rates were gradual!}
bat steadily reduced. Since the grange:
came into existence these rates have fallei
from three ceuts per ton per inilo to three
fourths of one cent per ton per mile on.tlu
trunk lines, and correspondingly on ul
competitive local liues.. The result i9 thai
to-day wo no longer hear the cry that "tbi
king's cheese is consumed in the parings,'
or tliat it takes two bushels of wheat t<
inove ope to market. As niilroads multi
ply these reductions go on. Very cautious
and very stringent railroad laws liavt
been enacted, and the condition o
the farming interests, us regards*marke
facilities, has been immensely improved
Hir.iiEn rmcFSFOit ntonucTS.
The great crops of the last few years ir
this country, and the failure of crops ii
Europe, together with the reduction in tin
cost of transportation, through theinstru
mentalities of Grange legislation am
tuo multiplication of railroads, hav<
given a great impetus to farming hi al
parts of the United States, and and tin
consequence is that farmers as a class have
not only gotten out of the embarrassuion
of debt in which the panic of 1S73 fount
so many of them, induced by the extrava
guueies and speculations ol the war, bu
have accumulated a vast reservoir of sur
plus capital, the elFect of which is seen ii
the general leduction pf interest rates ant
and the paying oft' of mortgages. Tin
soundest interest in the country to-day
financially speaking, is the farming interest
From a moneys borrowing interest it hut
gradually come to bo a money lending in
terest.
SALTING DOWN MONEY.
Somo time ago the inquiry was mado b>
financial papers in the East as to what lmi
become of the largo amounts of gold im
ported into this country from Europe ii
the last three years, and idso the largi
amounts dug from our mines and coinet
at our National mints. It had disappears
from the exhibits of tbu National Trensnrv
at Washington aud tho various Nationu
banks. Tho answer was that it had goni
into the strong boxes and old stockings o
the fanners and mechanics of the land
especially fanners. They had salted i
down, either for a rainy "day or for'tht
building of homes and barns or the pur
chase of more lauds when opportunity
should offor. *lt represented their surplui
profits. That this is tho cose is sho'\yu bj
tho fact that tho lnsunuico.companics ant
and other money lenders of the East an
no longer able to get former nites of mono)
on Western loans. Rates have fallen froii
one per cent, per month to eight and ii
very many cases to six per cent, pti
annum. Tho fanners themselves are now
. their own" competitors in money lending,
THK ADVANCKIX LAS1>.
Tho result of .this accumulation of pro
fits in tho hands of the farming interest*
of tho country is seen in the udvauco ii:
tho price of Western lands. Millions ol
ncrrs of said land, unfenced ami unim
proved In any way, havo changed handi
. thii .year in .tho A) est at tljree,times the
iirico obtainable iun* years ago. Cheat
Western land is becoming a tbinjr of the
j pntt. Unimprovedjandi, near railroads
J have risen from three dollars to ten, and
from five to fifteen, and from ten to thirty
according to loeation. As yet these ml'
3 vntices have not invaded the East to tin
Mime niaikcd extent,-although lands it
3 this region were never more firmly held m
r full figures. jOn High Midge, whero the
harvest home of last (Saturday occurred, tin
current price is
? ONK IIUNDIIKI) DOLUILH I'KH ACItK.
. ' And this brings us at last to speak of tlx
High Kiuge picnic ot Saturday mat, 0111
- journey thither, and tho day in thogrovi
near tho AMienliurat homestead. In com
puny with Uoss Alexander, Ksq., of iJridge
! port, who is both a farm owner nnd a nor
of amateur farmer, as well as a lawyer
and who is quietly suspected also of beinj
' a politician, wo wero taken in tho fainilj
carriage of Mr. J. Y. Ashenhurst, who, b]
1 tho way, is both a nreacherand a farmer
and under the good otllcea of hit) son, \V
J. Ashenhurst, driven up tho steep nndlonj
hill from Kirk wood to tlio top of lligl
Uidfe, a distance of four uuIch, Bolii
r measurement. Still it did not npnear tc
ho n long ride, for there was our "our com
nnnion dti voyage" to tell us nil about tlx
Ridge; as to who lived hero and who live*
there, and as to tho recent change.! of own
ership, tho quality of tho soil, and al
about tho people and the country. Tin
' Belmont county.' Tlie grout grandfather o
B our fellow traveler lies buried in its Boil
1 Tliev ciime, of course, originally Iron
r Scotland* an the name implies, anu retain
1 as it would seem, nil the cannv aud thrift)
* instincts of their ancestors,.for wc judge
that they nro a well-to-do peoplo.
POLITICS AND TBMI'KKAXCK.
1 Our fellow voyngor, although a Domocrat,
t is yet more ofaTotnperaiice inan. lie be
t lie vert tlmt this is the coming issue in Nu
3 tionnl politics. So strong are his proclivi
. tic3 in this direction that wo almost hiis
1 neeted him of a sympathy for Govcrnoi
1 Foster and his campaign against tho Do
e mocracy. Ho says that he is a scratcher ii
. politics, and has but little respect for par
limns who boast that they always vote the
straight ticket. lie will not," at least, voti
y for a man who makes an issue againsi
1 temperance now or hereafter, lie sav*
that too much is nt stake for tho welfare o
society to admit of subordinating this
3 riiioatinn tn tiolilii'rt. Ill' (iu'plt utmn urlm
f it costs tho people, the people on thi
farms and of tho towns and cities. to per
mit the tralllcto go on uncheckcd: Societj
cannot nllbrd it, bo Raid, and society inus
D assert its sovereign rigid of self protection
1 TIIS Al'l'I.E CROP.
3 JourneyingthiLs up the steep hill side
3 which was the mutter of an hour and i
hall's ride, and listening thus to disquisi
lions on politics, temperance aud agricul
ture, we ctianced to notice from time ti
e time that, all reports to tho contrary, then
y were apples in tho land. Somebody re
j cently said that the apple "cro|
of this region was not worth speaking ol
hut we are disposed to doubt this, fo
* we saw a number of trees that wero quiti
ti fully laden, and a still linger number ilia
e nuido u respectable showing. The lust Ohi<
report shows CO per cent of an average ero|
=> for the whole State. Those, therefore, win
!?' lay great store by this important fruit neei
;, not fear an apple famine this fall.' Ther
r will be plenty of applej in the market,-do
mestic and foreign, and tho price will no
l" be excessive.
A VIEW OK THE LAN DSC Am.
Gentle reader, were you ever on top o
? lilgli uiuge? li not, improve your lira
j* opportunity, while yet the leaves are greet
and the roads good, to go up on the nioun
. tain, for mountain it is jis compared will
the hills that immediately environ the.cit;
a aud its suburbs. You can see we dure no
t- say how many miles away. They say voi
.. can see the Pennsylvania hills in the e'asl
tjventy miles away, and we were pointed ti
J a church spire in 1 larrisville, to the north
y west, ten miles away. What a net work o
0 farms?mther * what a checker-board o
cleared awl wooded lands?some ureei
.with blue grass pasture, some tinged wltl
the stubble of the harvest, some brown am
sere aiter the cutting of the hay, and inin
gled with them all stood the patches of tin
e woods, all forming a scene of agriculturn
f. beauty and thrift charming to look upon
t Then, too, what a delicious day; almos
'f cool enough for a light spring overcoat
1 and yet sunny and bright, a pure atmos
- phere blowing, tho air full of health, ant
s not a streak oi" perspiration to be seen or
; our good stout horses.
s t1ie harvest home.
* Passing the substantial brick mansion o
, Mr. Ashenhurst, we turned to tho left am
: journeyed through fields a short distant
until we brought no in a beautiful trrnvo
' ou the top of 21 knoll, where the declivitj
begins that slopes down to the waters o
* McMahon's creek. It was half-past tei
o'clock and the people were just beginning
to gather. The table was already set upoi
the top of a knoll, embracing three aides o
'' a thirty foot square,'and good dames am
J fair daughters were busy unpacking goo<
things for the feast from all sorts of baskets
^ buckets and boxes. Wo could not bu
* notice the character of equippagea iu whicl
they had come and were coming. Then
were good substantial spring wagons, froit
which whole loads of jolly youths had dis
2 mounted, aud there were also fine carriage!
) and still finer buggies, all drawn by iat
3 sleek horses, showing, like their owners
r the re3ults of good culture and prosperity
9 EX-GOVEKOU JACOB D. CO.t.
\ Presently some one called atteotioi
^ to a gentleman coming on tho ground
I leading a handsome and winsome littli
J girl by the hand, who they said was ex
; Governor Cox, welL known to our reader
; as a gallant general in the war, am
afterwards Governor of Ohio and Secretary
\ of the Interior in General Glint's lirst Cab
' net. lie is not over tifty-vwo, we shouli
say; well preserved, a remarkably good face
> and having all the marks of a plain, unas
. sumiug yet highly cultured and refiuet
gentleman. He will be recalled for his op
position to political assessments in his de
partmont at Washington, and for his vol
i untary retirement from General Graut'i
i Cabinet on account of-a divergence o
i views on that subject, lie is sojourning ii
the neighborhood of High Ridge with rela
I lives for a few days, and this is how la
i came to be on the grounds of the Uurves,
I tlome on Saturday. The people would
. have him coiueover and make an addres*
i to them. Resident as he is of Cincinnati
t and a lawyer by profession,'yet he has had
I a large contact in one way and'anothei
with the farming interests of tho State, aud
t few men understand those fnterests, in
their manifold relations, better than the
i ex-Governor, lie is deservedly a great fa
I vorite with the people, having always beet:
) a man of tho most exemplary public and
, private life.
HIS VIEWS OX l*OJ,ITICS.
' Our irrepressible friend, Alexander,
drew the Governor into considerable talk
on politics, and the conversation got on tc
Hoacoe Conkling, of whom the Governor it
not by any means an admirer. Indeed he
I regards him as a phenomenon of persona!
vanity and egotism, and related Due or twe
i instauccs illustrative of his arrogant and
? offensive ways. He remarked that Wiu,
1 A. Wheeler, of New York, Vice President
I with Hayes,* \vas a greater mau intellectually
and an iulinitely greater man in all that
! constitutes true nobility > of manhood,
j Wheeler would not bend his neck to Conkf
linir'KVftko: nnil lumen llint?nint mn<.l.i?!?t
, who has no use for any man who does noi
L subserve his personal purposes, had uc
uso" for_,"Wlictjler in politics, lie alluded
td^Peniisylvaiiin politics and said his sym
pathits were with the Independents against
Cameronism. These k reforms. must
go on if our form of government was noi
to degenerate in an absolute Jorin of iriachiue.
government. .y
THE IIAKVKST HOME DINNER.
' At high noon dinner was called. This
, is the farm's hour for dinner. The laMiet
. were gathered inside the square, and foi
' the time being had resolved themselves
into fair waiters. They served out thodihtier'.in
unstinted qieasure, first thesubstan
tints, in the shape of fried chicken and but
i tered biscuit," and assorts of trimmings,
i uud then all the delicacies of the season^
I including npplo and cherry pie, pound
cake, ice creaiu, lemonade aud fruits. All '
t in till, it was ,a bountiful spread, and all
) partakers concurred in complimenting the
> icood house wives of "High Kidguaa first)
class caterers. Wo take it that moet of the
. people present wero of the Presbyterian
I pensusion, not merely because they livo
WI'U find nrn tlirifti* lull hncmiBit nmi nf
tho old lathers who was present called utj
tOntlon to the fuel, as a nrclude to the feast,
i that these bounties, like all good gifts,
t eauio not from the lleldsofthoharvesthoino
) which they had met to celebrate, but from ,
: the Giver of all Good, and he therefore <
called on Kev. Mr. lJeu)l,of the Presbyterian '
Church at llridgeport, to express the
. thanks of all present for this good dinner,
r which he did iu appropriate terms.
TIIK AODKE.'WfcS.
After all had dined to their complete ^
satisfaction, it was announced that the
t next feature of the picnic would bo the
, delivery of some addresses to the people
: from the stand that had been erected on
f the slopo ft little way down tho knoll.
>' Here an abundance of scats had been laid
, across the logs, and a very convenient and
. nicely carpeted rostrum, shaded over by
?' the intertwined brandies of the trees, had
? beeu built, and hero tho sneakers took their
I seals. They wore Gov. Cox, Koss Alexan*
> der, A. W. Campbell and ltev. Mr! Ileale.
Tho master of ceremouica was Mr. J. J.
3 Ashenburet, editor of tho Freeport 1'rm,
1 u-lirt Mitvfiuiliwli' int rn.liiri-i?
men lo the audience, all of whom pro.I
ceeded, like Horace Greeley in his book,
J to tell the people what they knew about
1 /arming. Mr. Alexander's address, which
f was the opening one, will be foutul in
another column of this'issue. The rest of
> the speakers spoke without manuscript or
, note3 of any kind, and for the most part
' from tlio suggestions of the occasion, and
2 henco took quito a desultory sweep; so
much so that an abridgement of their remarks
here would do justico neither "to
speakers or our readers. Sallied it, that all
present seemed interested and satisfied.
MUSIC UV TUB HANI).
Among the other good cheer of the day,
we must not omit to notice the very creditable
music discoursed* by the Bellairo City
Hand. Their's is an amateur organization
of young men at Uellaire anif vicinity, aud
it was the verdict of all present that
tucy acquitted tnemseives mmusotneiy.
Their playing of "Three Cheers for tliulted
1 White and Jllue" was especially a decided
1 Buccess.
} 11ANDOM NOTKS. "
t Among tli030 present representing the
> press were Mr. W. A. Hunt, of the St.
. Clairsville Chronicle, and Mr. John R. Go)V,
f of the Dcllairo Independent.
t It eould not be said of the Iligh Ridge
? dinner, as was once said of another, picnic
dinner, that "everything but the pickles
was sour, and everything but the water
!> was cold;" The pickles were crisp and
1 tart, and the water was Refreshingly cold.
'* Everything was as good as it eould be.
It is no small thiui: to say of the lands
0 of High Ridge that they sell for
3. $100 per acre when they are reached by
* such a road as that which winds up the
[' hill from Ivirkwood. It must be because,
'? like the "Delectable Mountaihs."they, lie so
r near heaven, and only are reached by such
L* a weary way, that they are so high priced.
1 As we rode ?oast the apple trees we
} thought of the old. puzzle, which we here
1 put on record for the solution of the young1
sters of the highlands of Belmont.
"There was a man who had no eyes,
e A till he went forth to view the hidw,
lie saw an npplo tree with apples on.
I lie took no tipples otrnnil leil no uppleson."
Iloss Alexander, looking down from the
mountain's height on the cities of the valley
below, was moved to say, behold in Mar'
tin's Ferry the coming rival of Wheeling.
1 She has a future and don't you forget it.
1 Speaking of Ross, who knows everybody
' and everything, he pointed out to us two
1 colored roadside laborers who were capi:
talists, with several thousand apiece. Dar1
win or no Darwin, the darkey, he says, is
1 looking up to the elevated plane of a man
? and a brother. This from a Democrat like
5 Ross was a concession that shows that the
* Republican party has not lived aud labored
f 'n vain.
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" DEPARTURE OF TRAINS?WHEELING TIME
' Simt
day. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
1 B. 40. R.R fl:35 8:60 S:10 4:55
J Cent. 0. Dlv... 9:50 1:80 f4:00 11:15...^..
| \T.,P.4B. Dlv .... 6:40 1:80 5:10 ..
' Clcv. 4 Pitt*. C:C0 11:1*0 1:50 14.&5
. r.,adkBLL.. *:52 6:J2 8:52 1:57 4:17 5:47
A.M. r. M. A.M. A.M.
! P.. T. V. W, ".) :?) ?5::U3 12.00 fi:00i 54:00
arrival op tralnh.
J SunI
day. A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M.
B. 4 O. B. R 12:15 10:30 2:80 0:20
p.M. A.M. A.M. a.m.
CeuLO.Dlv 555 10:00 2:55 10:45
A. M. P. M.
1 W.,P.4B. Dlv 7:55 11:20 6:25,
a.m. p.m. a.m.
? ciov. 4 Pitta U:j0 5-.es 7:57 JM2 .........
I P., C. <&8t. L_ 11:02 8-52 8:37 11:02 4 02 7:17
I C.,T.r.A\Y. *&10i^l0:2) Fj5fl ?'.Vob ?
t Daily usccnt Sunday. "
[ I Steubcuvlllo Accommodation.?'Thl* train during
the day pa?ea backward and forward between
Martin i terry and Bslhdrc: Gtonplngwbeu required '
and GwveUim Hontc' iKtcav^c? n'eat Wheeling
1 Masxilon Accommodation.
St. ClAlnville Accommodation. ' '
C., T., V. ii w. Train* run by Colnmbnw time.
^HEELING AND ELM GROVE R K
On and after MONDAY. JULY 3.1SS2. cam on the
, >> nevllug Hiul Elm Grove Railroad will run aa iol,
lows, leaving the city (corner Eleventh and Market
ttreeuO. and Horn brook'5 Park, nt , :
*6:30 a. m. 10.00 a. m. 1:80 p. x. 6.:to p. u,
" - X 10:!I? " 2:00 " 6:00 "
t !! 11:00 " -30 " C:.10 "
, S:00 11:30 " ?:03 " 7:30
' l'2:00x. 3:30 " 8:00 "
9 01 ' l?30p. H. 4:(0 " 8 30 " 1
1JU "J w " I
I 6:<W " 9 80 " ]
SuniUyg i-KX-piM. ' j
On suQiiavi (In fntr weather) enrs will run every c
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pUXEHAL NOTICE.
Tlic officer! ami inctnbe n of UBello Lodge No. 2, |
\. O. U. W., are hereby lummoncd to meet nl their i
Mull, corner Jacob nudThlrtjMlxth it recti, .Tuct* I
ln)\ Atwuit 2-JiK at 1:30 1". v., to attend (lie funeral
Df our deceased brother Upbrnlin Jackwn. Mem
?ei?hi iciu|iiv, iicnaaii nuu iwiiwoou iXAigca aie ,
cordially invited to attuud.
au2t H. W. ItOnKUTS, Recorder.
REGULAR TUESDAY PACKET FOR
I'ArkentmrK. I'omeroy, GnlHpoll*,. rn,
I ronton, Huntington, I'orUtnouth.Mayirlllo,CincinnatiandUmlivlllu,tiio'
?"!
leant paawnger steamer
NE\T ANDES Cius. Mi'jii.eha.m, Muter.
MaiitF. Noll, Clerk.
I-oavcaTUKSD A Y, AUflUrtT 21. nt a l?. M., positively.
I'awciiwn ami freight rcc*?l|?tc<l through to all
point* mut audBouth, For frvluht or ?i>ply
on board or to C. II. BOOTH ?fc SON,
an'-'l AgcnU.
INITIAL LACE PINS!
A T. A1H2V AWUlllTMRWl'
J V JUJI11U1J ilUUUlllltUilX
of new designs just received and for solo at
reasonable prices, at
DILLON'S JEWELRY STOKE,
an 10* 1223 Market 8treet.
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
Compare Assets, 1832,
Mutual Lite Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YOBK,
In ronml number*...;. 89l,ooo,ooo
New York Life . 17,000,000
New England Mutual .. 1G,000,000
rcnu Mutual .. - 7,000,000
Mutual lleuellt 85,000,000
In ratio of management eipetucs to total Income
for 188'2, com pare tlio
Mutual Life I us. Co., o f X.Y., 91-10 per ct
with tho
New York Life 13 210 per cent
New England Mutual 13 9 10 "
n Mtiin.li it I in
Mutual 'J-10*1 "
Wliicli lire the Lowest ltati's J
Annual Premium for an Iusuranco of 31,000, age 35.
Mutual Lire Ins. Co., of N. Y. - $22 42
New York Life 5*JG SS
New England Mutual M 60
Penn Mutual 20 '22
Mutual Benefit 2C 00
For other comparisons *nd Information, call at
PETERSON'S AUKNUY,
my!5 1 ICO Mam Stract
SECOND ANNUAL FAIR
OF THE
WEST VA. EXPOSITION
AND
STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION
TO BE II ELD AT
WHEELING. W. WA.,
Sept. II, 12,13,14,15 and 16.1882,
$15,000
IN PREMIUMS AND PURSES
TO BE GIVEN.
Trotting:, Running, Pacing ami Bicycle
Races Each Day..
Entries for speca [close September 4th, nt 11
o'clock p. M.
All other entries close September 11th, nt 5
o'clock 1*. M.
Fort Henry Centennial Celebration,
Under the management of Judcc 0. L. Cranmer,
September 10. Orations will be delivered by
distinguished speakers o:i the grounds.
Adxiivion 60c. children under 12 years 25 cents.
Carriage tickets (one horse) 25 cents, two horses
50 cents. Season ticket* $2. KxhlbUora' tickets
(six coupons) $1.50. Grand stand, 25 cents.
Exhibitors of live stock will be entitled to one
groom's ticket for every $2.50 entrance fee paid by
them.
avim to secretary: lor rremium usi ana ail
other information.
A- REYMANN, President.
Gko. IIook, Treasurer.
G. E?. Mkndci.. Secretary. aul?.
3 3 3 j S ? 5 J e
ADVERTISE ADVERTISE
ADVERTISE . ? TH1
"DAILY INTELLIGENCER,
ADVERTISE
JkKD 1
ADVERTISE MAKE MONEY : j
ADVERTISE ?
_ WISE
advertise DEALERS
advertise ACKNOWLEDGE '
advertise th? j
advertise ADVANTAGES .
ARISING j
advertise j
tbolf
adverti8e
ADYERTISING
advertise
ik the columns of a
advertise WIDELY f!TRf!TTT. ATF.D '
advertise NEWSPAPER,
advertise bt i1b (
CONTINUED^PATRONAGE.
advertise igy-do not order printing
of any character until prices
advertise. .
have been obtained at the .
idvkrti8k1)aii,yintelligencer :
_ steam job pkiktisb "
idyebtise office. '
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS.
J^EW STUCK OF ENGRAVINGS.
PrUcillft,' Socrate* Instructing, "omcllHR' Replr,
Mlgrim Exile*. Returaof the May Flower, Midnight
?h<ulengo, Tolling Bell, Spare the Weeds, Deer
iVus. Jen-cy. Village Elvr?, T?u?o at theConrtol
ermr*. Miakchpearo Before Elizabeth. and many
>ther desirable subjects. Call and *eo them.
E. L. NI COLL. Agent.
my4 MrLnro Hnnw? Art Store.
QUROMOS AND 1'AINTINGS.
A large, fresh supply, just received at
W. S. HUTCH INS',
jy22 44 Twelfth Street.
DRY OOOD3,
STONE & THOMAS,,
Jiut ltocclrcil n Third Stock of Those
RICH BLACK SILKS
At $1 25, $1 CO ami $2 00, cheap at 83 per
ceut more, that have had such a run.
Also u Full Llneol Ilcnulll'iil
Summer Silks, (
IN ALL SHADES. |
MORES, SATINS, SURAHS,
LaCO, ItulllllIgN,' I
Nun's A'ollitig, Cashmeres,
White Woods, Fino Thread, .
Hosiery and Underwear |
As L'rctty us Silk, etc., etc.
Beautiful Snninier Silk at 47 l-'-'c. s
A CHEAT BARGAIN*
OUR STOCIC OF
Carpets, Velvets, i
Tapcstrys, Ingrains, ;
llugs, Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and .
Luce Curtain Woods
M
Is Unsurpassed by n'tiy in ilio Ciiy. "
,c ... i!
PRICES LOW ?
j.
t
Cheap Counter.j
We placo on sale to closc out a larse
variety or Seasonable Goods, marked ^
down 30 to 50 per cent.
The Cheapest (Hoods ever shown?(Jar- ^
iter's Kest Percales at 12 1-2 edits; yard j
wide. Cambrics 8 cents; Lawns 5 to 8
cents; Itemnants hair their cost. So bringalong
your cash and examine for yourselves.
1
STONE & THOMAS,
1030 Main Street. 1
' '
FURNITURE, CARPETS,&C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR"
FURNITURE '
AND
niDPfm1
unui l a u a
n
I
|,
P "1 B Wo are just In receipt M
LiornifnrnV?,,rbPri?Ks^. chamI
III IIII III H 1KKR*>CTS.PAHLOKHLT8,
8 U I 1111U I U I SIDEBOARDS and WARDHOB
EH.
_ I I Our New Patterns arc now
Csrnms c
U UI [J U IU IPESTRY and INGRAIN6. K
n I. 0ur ^rtment of Rugs Is very
M 11 ft A I largo, embracing SMYRNA, VEL- ~
IIIB U N 1 VET?. ilOSQUETTES, BRUSSELS.
B B U wv I TAPESTRY, aud many othere.
Linoleum Oil Cloths!'
a All widths and Standard Make*.
Window Shades!!!
Patterns forSiorusaud I'rivate Dwellings.
Rattan CliairsIiH \
i lull llue of thu Wakefield aiul lleywood Uroa. Q
Folding Chairs!?!,!.
ho three leading factories ol the country. &
Chamber Setskll
n I #\ ' I These Roods wo have
Parlor SEtSr>'?^;'^
I UIIUI yUlUllor lew) money than
in; other house in the city.
J
V
UNDERTAKING. p
JonsUintljr on hand all thelAtest Rtylw. METALIC ,,
CASKETS, CASES and WOOD COFFINS J*
furnished on short notice. G'
FRIEND & SON,6
mh28
rCE CREAM. ' fii
L b(
I will have on liand to-day,
?eaclt and Otli?r Fruit Flavored Creams. C
TIIOS. F. flEYMAN,
Mwin strrot. '
*A Now Discovery. - |
J wmrujiouu 1??
It nnslwjpjiftn luppnvilthst V
?fler the head became tla/cd and Iho Bc*1d_,i, ..JL.
?hlny,ii wa?hoi*letttoe?pectany ^ 1 I
> nair. Tint It erroneout, ?c lure
4 crown hair on hundredt of heath \|fl
I were t;la*ed like a "bUllard. U
Mil. Thu cut It a mlcrrtcepic IB
1'*^ the follicle and from fv
hlch the bair prowv. It will read- ' fH
"y be ?ecn thai thouah rfie bair l? "?Ir llilbw, ?Wtt
C?ne lrom thetutface.il it Mill ?U*e IH
?nd healthy beneath the tcalp, and _ I3C
l? only prevented from crowing by - vC
,h? fontrattion of the follicle In Contraction. j m!
*hlch It thould grow. Theyounj* * . (UJ
hair It ttill alire and healthy, l?jt Rt
cannot fotce It* way throurh the . Tfce? liA
bard crutt, until the turface it toft- Xtw'llilf..., <" '? j
rnrdtotheCMOWlK. Thetittuet "
then aUorb the half food (tkln to [ml
? minute In the *rcetable world). /Ml
the weak life it ttlmulated. and the Tha P.ntll. ft-iW
hair ttartt no a firth rtcrath. tW-ftA
GROCERIES AN D TOBACCO.
Molo A|?OUt? For
lORSHt^OMCCO
5.BSMS0HS
HEADQUARTERS FOR
mackerel, Lake Herring
Anil Mm PoloKmU.1
Maddux Aurora Coffee
And a Full Lino 0/
ichnltzc's, Kirk's and Proctor A Gamble'
SOAPS.
"NVe sell LOWER, carry the moat complel
ml largest stock in tho State.
SILVER LAKE FLOUR HOUSE
JelO
ro THE GROCERY TRADE
I take pleasure In announcing to my old pitron
nd to the tntde generally, that, since the Into 111
t my cfctablikhment, I have thorotiKlily renovate
ny, buildings, and win now prvparvil to oiler t
urge und varied a slock of general groceries iui
irovlslons as can be found In the Slate. Thei
;oods are all new and carefully selected.
My own cure of cholc? smoked meats dellvcre
llrect from my 1'ork House at Manchester.
I have been nppolnte t s.?le agent In tho city f<
he following leading specialties, vl*:
tuiiifoiM Chemical Works' Itcnowitc
Ycaht Powder In Kottles.
? T IMHnrV LV..H n,.llnK1.....t
Frank Siddul'H Wonderful Soap.
Vnrd'a White iiorax Soap.
Ward's Electrifying Son]
HcXnninra's Glory Tobacco.
McAl|>in'? Ouward Tolmcct
Yeyinan & Bros*. Celebrated Pith burg
Smoking Tobacco.
)uPout's Sporting, Killo, Mining an
lSlasUngPowdcr.
FAMILY AND HA KICKS' FLO UK.
JcConncllsvillclioId Sheaf Patent Ffoui
Best in tliu market.
Silver Star?taker's Flour.
Daily UreaU?Baker's Flour.
M. REILLY,
VIIOLESALK GROCER it PORKPACKKI
Nos. 1309 and 1311 Main Street,
jy20 Wheel in;;, W. Vu.
NEW I882JACKEREL,
'wo care of 1SS2 new catch mackerel, nil sizes. Jui
received;
A nnt. -DI...V..U. Tmi
* ?" m f
a barrels and bagg, received dally. The best mudi
Trj* it, and you will have good bread.
New 3?otomtic XIerring:
, in stock..
Largest stock of GROCERIES IN WES'
rlKCUNIA*.
rOH. 8PE1DEL CO.
"WHOLESALE GROCERS,
iy25 1416 Main and 1417 South streets.
JJUGAR.
4 POUNDS GOOD BROWN SUGAi
roit
1 DOLLAR
AT
SMYTH'S.
Warranted Pure.
hul'2
TAKE NOTICE!
HVE-A-SO^ST'S
RUIT JARS,- UNION JA1W, JELL1
GLASSES. ^ GALLON STONE JARS,
GALLON STONE JARS. 3,000 GALLON
STONE WARE, at
GEO. K. McMECIIEN'S,
an 10 KKiO Market 8t.
TIIURBER'8
UREDDED OATS,
GRANULATED TAPIOCA,
SAGO, WHEAT. FARINA, OAT MEA1
nd their celebrated Potted and Cunuec
leats for summer use, at
nil 19 McM EOH KN'S. 1HSQ Mark-fit St.
IEW SPRING GOODS
^ Or
j. ntsss? ?,
MERCHANT TMLQRS,
Have now in Stock a Full Line of
'ancy and StapleWoalens
BOTH FOREIGN AM) DOMESTIC,
Which we offer at
rices that Defy Competition.
Other Woolens at lowest prices. We carry
le largest line of eoods in the city, and oui
et Ups are First Class in every respect
A FULL LINE OF
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
Persons desiring anything In oor line will
id it to their interest to examine our stock
ifore purchasing elsewhere.
D. Hess Ac Sons,
nihfl Cor. Main and Fourteenth Stw.
^ HKPOKK USING
f 1 hid not *ppHed the Crowe*'ait k few BOTOR
weeki.w'.ica new talr commenced to mow 1 comi
over til Cut part of my heail which wxjlald, Grower
?nd 1 now bare ?* roMaheartof balraiany. riucol a
body. M. H. SIIULPY, Clereland.O. K. M. V
Aakyour DruBglstor Barber to get I
direct and the Grower will be sent t
hould uoo It. BENTON HAIR CROW
\
DRY GOODS.
BASTBE/1T;
Dry Goods Stori
llio MA.I1V ST.
UKbAI liLtAKINU SALb!
Owint? to Dissolution or Co-iiartncrslilii,
entire Stock to bo Closed
I Out
k
* Regardless oi" Cost!
SALE TO COMMKNCK
' SATURDAY MORiBfi,
j And continue until further notice.
I .*
aa Annum i o nn
" IVIHTlOnHLL C6 UUM
EASTERN DltY O'OOUS STOKE,
4 lllO 1YT.A.ITV SI?.
!> ?'
: REMNANTS
, . ?OF?
m GOODS!
* ' i.j
i J.S.RHOCES&C0/S
&ile of Remnants will coinraenco
U
Monday, July 34th.
licnmants or. Kino l)rcss Goods.
I.
>> Item mints of .Muslins,
- ucnmants or uncap Ureas Woods.
Item Hants of Calicoes.
'? Remnants of tiingliums.
Iteninants of Cheviots.
Kemnnuts of Embroideries,
t, Renmants of all kinds.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
lf 11<3?5 MAIN ST.
jv-> ^
DRUGGISTS.
1 "A WORD IN SEASON!
^ P/ovldo yourself a ^IxitUe _of jGUNDY'31
w.wuc?* * n.iu nirtiinmr.il Jll.VlUIlK. YOU |
may wood it either nt homo or abroad, l'ricc 25
? cents. 1' reputed aud gold by
r I.OOAN ? CO.. I
Druggists, Bridge Comer.
?
Errors .in Drinking and Eating,
At this season, more than any other, iro apt to
give trouble. An excellent corrective and preventive,
is Logun ? Co's
) PURE ESS. JAMAICA GINGER.
There is nothing better in the market. Prico 25cta.
Prepared and sold by
LOGAN ?fc CO.
r ?
A Ilappy Feature
In the HOMESTEAD PILL8?. found in no other,
consists in the useof Fill* of diil'ercntsizGs.us found
in each box. There is great advantage sometimes
in sma 1 dose*, frequently' repeated, as in some
forms of LlVcr Complaint, Costiveness, Ac. Then
_ too, children and some grown persons, who cannot
take larger pills, will readily tale the smaller ones,
of which four or live are equal in strength to an ordinary
pill. Observe also, that there arc ?-oriy Pills
. in each box. So that the Homestead l'ills are not
1 only the best but the cheapest Pills in the market.
SpceiiU Directions go with each l>ox, showing how
f to use them w a purgative, for Idver Complaint, for
liubitunl Costiveness. Ac. Price IS cents. Sent by
mail on receipt of price. Prepared only by
LO&.AJV & CO..
Jyl7-MW Druggists. Wheeling, W. Va.
; KRAFT'S
i DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The only jafc and ccrtain euro for
Cholera, Cholera Murium, Diarrhea,
Dysentnry, Colic, CnnHps, Sum
mer Complaints, &c.
Invaluable for children during their 8econd
Bummer. In use for more than twenty yearn and
has never failed. No enru no pay. Price 50 cents.
R. A. McCABE & CO., Proprietors,
]fl WIIKKI.ISn. W.VA.
I SAVE YOUR TEETH.
For whitening the teeth find healing the gums
use the MACilti TOO MI POWKKIl. It contains
no acids, and will not injure the ennraol.
Prepared by
an IS It. ir. LIST, 1010 Main 8trpet
THE EXCELSIOR 1UKINU POWDER
Is imro and always roliuble. Ask your grocer for
it. Sold wholesale and retail by
ft. 1L LIST, Manufacturer,
au!8 . . 1010 Main Street.'
rjlIIE ONLY' RELIABLE !
Roach Powder!
.Harmless to any other vermin or being. ,j
FOR BALE AT
EDMUND liOCKING'S, Agent,,
PHARMACY,
|y|S No. I Odd Fellows' Hall.
8WIW. AFTER USING. |>he top of ray head fo? I I
ncnced the uw of Denton't lUIr year*, I am now crow I
about tit wctkt *ince. It ba? pro* inc a bo?1 hea<) of
jfw?l thick, jjrowth of hair. hair. l).Fo*RSTEK.
WENCH. tfiTnwpctt St.. Cleveland. Cincinnati. Ohio.
t for you, or tho money can be sent to us I
>repnld.>? Price. *1.00 per Bottle. Ladles I
'ER CO., 334 Euolld Avenue, Clevoland. 0. I
^-^-1. i
... toUCMTlONAI, "
WESTEK,i<f '
MARYLAND COLLEGE 1
For Student* of llotli Se?, i? * 1
neimrtuirnl,. ri"r?< I
Oipnlwl uiiil.r ihu .uipiM, ?r ,,
rouiIiutalCo itiaui lor c?Uit?oitu S. 1 n?S\
roinpttnit iMnKlmi I S?Um<Io
niniilpiiitri Mioiuttg i, Mli Iti Ur.i~ 'iS
C'olU'Slnlo licpirtinontu |i M j
klii.i. Tcritia a-tfrr iniKjfruk' a to
Three \W Tuition for JitO. wAta'S'
Iiik kuch H('lioUr>iil|i) Itour.l, ll.K,nf
and Light hi tin, rut- of 1U*67 ,,:!\h,,lOw
1 ho Thirty Urn Kt?nt|.Annunl Wi 2'L.
5th. |n?. and end* Ian -juth |vm^
logiioaml further Inform tlotu.hlrm u+
j.t, \vai:i>, l? ii
"'- n'a:".'.
ft SCHOOL F08 IIS |
HKCUKITY, MUTIIKRIIY OAIIK, HOAfir
lNa/UKUUIITfri/ijuCATHw AN Li 1
REASONABLE C1IAHUI& V
ult. 1)b cllantali acadkxy i
NKAU NVUtKLlNG, NV.VA. 1 I
The thirty-fourth year of thU well known Kit., I
for ulrlM. motor the cluing of tli? M.tiii 0| Uic W 1
lUllon, open* on the HlUT MONDAY OK jilt 1
TEMUKK next, miu conthmw W-u mouttu I
PUOlU WtflVWl Hi HUT tlUU' 111 J lie Mtclun. I
Tiuwwwliodi-wlru topmcw thvlrilAiichimimi.L I
Mtuitlon tiffonllUR oxirptJoioiUy jiuMnilviijiu.,,,, I
35 w* oi mpm "mi mwhm v,?K? I
MlU'iil Ixjunl, Uinnimll 0 ?'l|;Uwi mul luflnwu I
Bi thi. Jion.lt. ol litu loiw irai liTO. In . v. tj *.S I
mont of foiuMo tHlumtlon, liielutluiR the m?i,? I
liumunsw ?ml muMc, ui very rxnwuubit ||
Kl.lVii.ll..r?c.y.LWl..ollM.N|,,,,|. I
MltKCTIlKsS OrjIlK ACAUKSIY I
OF T11K VISITATION' I
? . MT. I'K I'tliMiL I I
ly-21-PV* Near Winding. W. y,
JjMSMALE SCHOOL AT
The National Capital I
Mr. nurt Mm. Wm." D.OAI'.K 1.1. willnj*n tFtCu
School hi the Nulloiml ( ?l?lt?L n S?wi
ami Day School for \ouuk 1 mllc?, on the THUG I
WEDNESDAY In SKl'TKMllKK, |:i tho bR I
I ?t uruwnt occuhWMI ?>v M?? ' 4
ou'Fourteenth ulrcet Mr. aii?1 Mr*. I'nUU
*Mrt?ted by a conndelo mp* of Mmck, ti.i-.f
facility will l?o aflonlcd to nudenu m rtjri:!?
ciksw, while the preparatory departniint Jr.[j
eolvc m<?t thorouKh attention. " *
Tho moUcni 1r\ibj?ii??? will form a urontw
tt-aturo of tho school. >or bill tmrtkuUr* *<1%:
tho Principal. w ILLIaSi b. CabUl
APrtfiiwwAvr 1114 M. St. N. w..NVuhh?n ,
Linsly Institute,
WII12KLINO, \f, VA,
. A liberally endowed Institution far thtrduttiui.
ui uovrt aM> 1uuso mkn. Full
latent Instructor*. Thorough hinrtwi n J,.?.n
the Kngllsh,?hush *1, fccleiitltic kin] Ihu-ii/,.*
branches. Special attention l? |al?l ti v.J2.
big and German. Charges ate rct?orubl?. v
Tho next, term will begin JIOXDaY, 5iu?r
Send for ft cntaloKue.
A. K. WIUTKHII.L.M.A..
' au5. I'rinrij.ii
WEST VIRGINIA UNlVEHSia
The'next fiction beulnii SKIM'RMltm 6th.' jv
TRK Sjtl'AKATK SCHOOL", Including fcW, ii i,i~
lory and school of i*ivkIIkIl. Kuli oci*# in u*
ami Medlelno extending throiuhoa: th? kbiv.
fcnl agt d facilities for slimy of rnystal 8.1-ww
and ftclentUlc Agriculture coinpltwr
chemical laVnitory. Thorough couims In (mat
ami Modern languages and ll.err.t.re. Tfxilu*|
at cost. Neecwirv ext.cum* not over 8175. ^
catalogues and oilier Information mid t??
\\ . 1., W 11?*0>, llU>ll|fQt
nuR - ' Motgmuown. W. Vi.
EPISCOPAL FEMALE IMI1E,
WINCH fcSTi-.K. VA.
Kcv. J. <*. Wheat, D. !>.. I'rlnc-lpnl.
This Is h chartered liiMltute of the liigl??tp?3f,
with a full cortaof well qua-Ill- d uarhrr*. fc|Wiij
facilitiesuto ullorded for the *tudy of mcdr, the
modern languages. Ac. The term* hrc nu?!ir?te
compared wltn the advantages enjoyed. The billon
In the VCJrcat Valley of Virginia" I* mMfur
healthfulucsH. ' hc'Jth annual m*Mo:i kfltuhji
13, ISS'i For circulars address the l'riarlfML Urfcrcnces:
the llfahou and- Clergy of Vliginl*. Wat
Virginia and Maryland
UNIVERSITY OF Y1RGIHIA,
DEPARTMENT OF LAW.
TwnSehools-one of Common nu<1 Statute Uv
and theotncr of International ami r<mMitutkm?l
Iaw, Government. Kquity, Evidence sud to wastile
Law?give full instruction in tbe|iiinriiile?tij
practice of the profession. Teaching by frctons
ami textbooks, with daily <-xuroInatl?uv.
App'y for Catalogues to the ScereUry i.f the Fitulty.
or to JAMES F. HAKKI'O.N. M.D..
July 18.1SS2. Cliaimini nf th" K?r?itjr.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,
SCHOOLS OF MKDICl.VK.
Full nnd thorough instruction, by lecture* nr.!
daily oral examination.1) in the various subjects of
Medicine, during the s? ssion of nine month*. Anatomical
material abundant.
Apply for Catalogues to the Secretary of the faculty.
or to JAMES H. HAKKISO.V.
July 18.18S2. Chairman of ?>i-' Futility.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
' KING departments of study: text books fumUh?4
AT COST; calendur arranged to Miitteachin; exEtues
for one year from {175 to J'.UO; non-mlirUt
leral, thorough. Full term begins PKlTKMBu
'7.1881. Attendance last year iromfficouiitle-ol
West Virginia and from tt States and Ttrritorid.
Number of students liirger than for ten yunprtvlous.
VForcatalogues and other information ipply to
the Acting President, D. 11. PUltlNTOS, Sicnaatown.
Vest Va. ptH.
WESLEYAN FEMALE INSTITUTE,
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
Onotis Kftnlntuhitr '>Oll> 1*V? flnu r.t ll?> FlM
Schools for Young I udies in the L'ultol ?Utn
Surroundings tk-HUtifii). Climiiteiiii?un-a.*xd. I'dnils
from eighteen States Terms umouc the lot
in the Union. Hoard. WasVjug, h'tuikb Count,
Latin, French, Ge'nmn, IriMronictiui MuMr, .tr,
for Scholastic year from Septemlier Jo June, S'iis.
For Catalogues write to
AEV. WM. A. HARRIS. D.D., Piw'L
Jy3-MWFAW Stannuni, Va.
DEPARTMENT of ENGINEERING
University of Vn.
Faculty of Six Professors. Full C-ourw In Hril
and toiuing Engineering, terminating in
(J. E. and M. K.
Apply for Catalogues to the Secretarvof Itf Faculty,
or to j AS. K. HAKRIsoN.
July 18,18S".\ Chairman of tl.e Faculty.
aill'-MW F.tw
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
DELAWAKP, OHIO,
An Institution of the highest prade; amnnf thi
first colleges Kiist' or West. Necessary annual M;
pense excepting for clothing. as given by M-n-w
hundred youmcnien, under 8100. Open to??tfl
sexes, iutdies under sitecial Mt|?ervlsii?n at J<-a*
noil Him. Conservatory of iIuMe,Art<H|nrtir.?ni.
Preparatory dcpartirioni, Normal, litwiiw frl
fcngllid) hihI other special i-niir>e\ twtlwr *" >
three regular college emmcs. For wtnliuw
dress C. H. 1'AY K, President.
JiALTJMOIil-:, MD.
Mt. Vkrkon I.nstitttk, No. -IT. Ml. Vernon
Boardlnc and Day Home School for Vount! Ifw
ami Utile 01:1*. Found.d InVJ. Mrs. M M0""
aud Mrs. 11. Maltlnnd, Principals. nwbted
corps of hl?l? Profetaor*. ] U.-n u lif u 11-11tin:t.>n.
Iiik one of the Equttrrs surrounding VViwiIhkj1
Monument. KducatloriMl advantage*miniri**;
Circular* sent on application t.? l'rlmli<tl>- IP"
ST. GEORGE'S IIAI.I., AX
passed Hoarding School fur Hoys #?d 'f'?/
Men, Kelstortown, Ilnltlmorc county. VI,r5^'
prepares lor the Universities and Colhi^ ? Brf1'
ness. S"-7J? h year, l'rof. J. C KlNrAK, A. *
Principal. Circulars tvlih reference! nut.
?i jt'?"* !ZIIENA.MIOAII
ACAIIKMV,
Chester, Va. hl^htccjitli tc&sluii
Mth. Preparation for University, nrroj. "*T
business. Thorough dlsdpllue. ??''
passed for beauty and health. Covered tc
aud extensive mi bur ban ground*. < '. I M
A., (t nlv Vw.t I I- l>.
STATIONEKT.
1882. FALL TRM Ittl I
One liunilreil Thousand Envelop# ' I
Ffttrni I.rgni f?i?. I.run I RrM
I<ni(<>r. mil, .\on?, in ie??iivn*?<iti<t
15,(100 (Juires JHank !
300 DOZt.V I\\,SN AMI .11 J
/' ' ifJioKs. ,r"
STATIONERY1 OKf/iA 'MM
, .Just Keceivcd and Sold lictail, at Wliolf*
sale prices by i
Joseph gkaves. I
nul8 nn TiirirHi Mrr'j;
^ NKW STOCK Ol:
13ays9 J3ooIi*s.
Wo ofrbr.tlic fcillowinKlxK?kK u? w,,l'
l>rfRlit boys who wmit lu Iwtturl h:;'I iw?ul
tUcinselrcs:
Your t'!iol?*cfor 81-00,
or tho kIx for Li.00. hciil f;te miil rClt6
I.lfe of i'.11'"
I.lloiif Ktl t!?rM.U. n-2
l.lfo of Diivv I ruokftt lt,J i>.,r!<>th.
ijicof Abmhiwn l.lmoln. J '? : ...
. Ml,, of Daniel Wylrter. ?* Vf?' 1rfotb.
pOSTBI*. IIASOK"-S
X in htyhn that am t '? |K"1' "l
llgcucer Job Ortlcu.

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