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THE INTELLIGENCER.
PublUbcil daily (Sundnymrepted).
rilKVT * C'AJII'BKIil I'UOPMKTOIW.
At No*. Vi mi<1 '23 Fourteenth Street.
TRKMS OK DAILY:
Ouo cojiyonoye?r...f* 001 Tlirco month* Ti 00
riix month* 4 W)| One month - 7b
(JuUfcrud by nurture in dty, 15c |>er week.
TKRM8 OK 3KMMVKKKLY:
Ono yc?r ~ 43 00|Hix months... SI W
. TKllMH OK WKKKI.Y:
Oho jrc??r..y II I nl* month* 00
dicMi rwhitfhmjt to CluNy ticutl kir-unt|*)o cupy
ftniidicuUli. Mlru,,
H7.fr/iiif/, II'. Id.
IKiilrrtil at the I'lNtoOU*) at WltcUtiK, W. ,Yo., m
?ccotiil-ri**rt nmttef.l i , If
wiiHKUNd. vv. v \., Afouar iy um.
flr*i l>lHtrirlt'oiittr(H>?)loiiitl Coiivriilloii.
Tliu IU |?*ibll< ?u CouKrcwIOttal Coiiu-iillon of the
Flu! Dl it Set of WwtVlrtkUwIllbe lifcld In the
City of CliuMuigo?.tfce m.li iUy.tif. Augu?t, inc.*,
for iliu |.ur[ciiof nomiiutliw?ciinlldttefurCoilKroM,
una fur Much other latino* m iuny'coine
foro the (Jonrvntlon. '
!> _ .......1 /. I/..1.1,1.1 li>4 na lit lllll vl'VI'Mll
countlf*comiHrtlnglliuDlktilct Unit County Conventions
bul.tld on Saturday, Awyiut 2tUh, 1W2,
ninl that doll file* beclitk'iiloMld blutifet Con*
lo.itlnn on tlio hjLAl*of ono del?KMo.for cach one
hundred vf)Ui w-H for Uio Uui|Wld mid Arthur
wlcctoroln la-so. , \
W.'J.'W. COWDKN,
11. L. IIO LI J DAY,'
F. A. ilplil^oON,
Co-.mKtcc.
FOIl COXdlthSii
? JMCOStl UMR.uii "I''
JOHN W. MASONi of Taylor county. ,
, . T|IJr.D;OlttU CT, rifiK.ln
llos*. UKOUOK I/OO V JS, of Koodcouuty.
Tilt* Si'i'iiiKl tl|?lrlcl~Ji?tiu W. Mh?ud
.toiiilmit* tl for foiiun***.
We are nini'erely glail to be able to tonjrratnlAto
the ttl'jmblloins'.of the Second
district on tiiu WiaJom of the eliojce niiul*
by the Fairmont convention for Congritfii.
??--- t - ?
1IIU roiiveillH'n nau niiiimuci ui mv?
before it to choose from,but not a letter man
among llictn ull than the ohofleleeted. The
.State luw.imt abutter man within its limit*
than Mr. Mason, ' Wo have known him
bng ami well, and' for purity of life unci
general excellence of character ho has not
us iperior in Wett Virginia,look where'we
may for IiIh peer. I le is honest, upright
ami honorable, ami in addition is one ol
the most unselfish and also one o( the
most modest and unassuming of men.
He stands without reproach for- any act of
his life before tiiu nublie, which is saving
a great deal in these days, but it an assertion
that will find its most unqualified
endorsement irom jus iinmcuiuio neign*
bors and friends, all of whom honor tlio
man irrespective of politics.
.Mr. Mason is a largo minded mau, above
all narrowness and littleness, liberal in nil
his views, an lnllexi|)li} .Republican from
principle, but capable of 'the largest measure
of justice towanls his political opponents,
all of whom have the greatest confidence
in him. If elected to Congress, as
we hope and.trust he will be, no.elmrge of
jobs or corruption will ever attach to his
hands. He will ably and conscientiously
represent the' Second District, indeed the
whole State, ,in that body, and will be respected
there as he is everywhere else.for
his dignity, manliness and reliability.
As to Mr. Mason's cluiuces for election,
they are, as things now stand, quite ll.itteriog.
Much depdnds, of course, on the
ultimate Democratic situation in the district,
and considerable also .6n; what our
Greenback friends mav choose tb do. Mr.
Lucas and his friends arc at prosent'burniiig
under the'slime ol wrong perpetrated,
upon them at keyser. Whether time will
change their feeling remains to he seen.
Every ellbrt will of course be made by the
leaders to induce Mr. (Lucas to withdraw,'
and it is thought that sulticient. inducements
may be brought- to boar upon him
to ex tori a declination from his hamfs. The
Democratic.State Convention appointed a
committee to'conifer with Hlin to this end.
They wi'l doubtleas promise him
everything as regards the /future, knowing
that the future will < take care of itself
and relieve them at the proper time. Mr.
Lucas has had one taste of' the future, as
dealt out to him at Fairmont; and may not
be so willing to lend a ready ear as he was
in the days of his inuoceney two years
ago. 1 Ieneeit.is not, at all improbable that
he will insist on remaining a candidate as
long as J udge Iloge sfriys On the' ti'aclc.
As to the Greenback vote, Mr. Mason ,is
just as likely' to be acceptable, to that element
as any other consistent -Kepublican..
Jf the Greenback friends weie sincere, as
no doubt they were,' in supposing tjiat the
Republicans could, ratify aud'gupport tiieir
nomination .of. Mr. Kitchen, they must ad-:
init that it is just as easy'and just as nat
l f.,-.l.-1-. " iV.. fnr...
tiliii iui muni iu am'j'ui i u ncpuuuuiii, xuu
nuitter is just ns long .asjt'is broad.
They profess to be- laboring, ns respects
certain'fcatflinaltolifisj'for'the same
ends as the Republicans. ".Certaiuly they
can iiecompiish these ends-,just as readily
by voting for Mr. Muuon as the Republicans
could by voting'1 for -Mri Kitchen.'
1 lowevcr, 'this is a mailer; Which we do uot
wiuh to press upon their attention.. Thoy
are supposed to know their own minds on
the subject^ and' belug gentlemen of liiatuVe
age and well iuatured^onviotions we respectfully
leavu.tho subject without- argu*
gument to their favorable consideration. "
As a matter of,special interest 'at'"'this'
time we reproduce the vote qf_,tlie Second,
district in 1S80, as' recently . published. in
our columns. V - 1 us i. :
ountlu*. ,^*rilyUJ.!?Uuj?ek. jWeiiygr,
Monongalia ..... ;l.7o!l ; l.-l ' <81
.M.iriou l,li?U ?: l,7l?t . ., .X-*?0
I'rvsluil . 2,!M7 l.au't JW
Taylor .V * 1' 'im
UiilKiur ' M. 1,017 1 ; 251
Tinker ,lsv ; :tll .-I
I'oiioictoik -mil "GO:.-.
H?roy "203! Six
7?4 "
Hainpihlre..t / . 3,'J] , l.oQjL
tiran ' till
ftunKiin CM 1 "flDl .......i.Y.;.'.:
* Jvtrcmili > 1.U1S ;2 0Jk i .'15
Ilorkoley.....^..t7:,^... , .1,-ISU,, 1.6W ; V.V.
Itamlolpli J ; :it>t , H7J .-Ip
Total - 1H.70* 15.yis| l.KIS
1 ?
ItlKKOUit M Y. '
Tlio Lueiivllojio Imbroglio?I.ucns <JuiulugMrruKtli.
,
lMitor> Intelligencer. .....
Puti.i,ifi'i, AugustSt.-^-Yourcorrespondent
was badly mistaken in his conununi
cation of the JGtli froiii this place .when lie
said that Sam, Woods had blown his horn
ami caused the Democracy to fall in line
for Iloge.11 'This hi 'nOt ' thVense' by'nnv
means. On the contrary; Col. D. 11. Lucas
has more followers thau before the Jveyser
Convention, and iJv'dgo .lloge derided ly
less. The Keyser ontn>ge~liiLs incensed
a great many f;\?r minded Democrats, who
say they/'vvull :itot:to\<^atL^feuch a" highhanded
attcmnt'to'eritah out tfnyyinan in"Va
DemocraticjDouyentionl; \t-Sr \ \) A
They claim that Lucas was fairly the
choice of the Democracy of- 'tho /.district
and would (.have been nominated ^ but foi
the gouge came that was sprang tipon him.
It has been asserted fre<juently< on^our
streets heie by a lloge inau,' 'who took an
active part' ii\ tlu?, ''\wjniing in" of slIoj*e
(for he was not, nominate*)) at Keyser.
that on the? morning1-of the- convention1
he was couyiueed Unit I^ucny -wasrKoing tp
be nominated/ and - tliAt > lie fairlv h:V<t a
square majority of the votes Jby . Countiwj
>r.rv..'i'T : <!
and yet in the face of all this that sam
party, who makes thid ueknowledyeinenl
participated in the Bhaineful proceeding
that (Jrovo 1 ucos and hi&irieijdjj out of th
con vention^. ana Jthat,.''made tl(e rpmlifl
raid convention nMendi iiCtins noMrilsc
lionet people. ? > '.5. j
LuCus had th<^ymp<nirit*.;aml -endorse
mcnt of a'majority of the Democrats'!
Harbour prior to the Convention, und cei
tainly there is no reason why he nhould lie
now liiivtt thy Hamet-ympiithy uud endorw
ihent The feeling for Iiitii inut bee:
btren^thtned.?This you may depend or
The result At tin* poll's will show this to l>
mu vuru wiu nrtei-r v>umi-miuu mil u
rebuked by the Democracy who love fill
plity above nil thing*. Had Judge lioKohji'
theHtrength'thatlaicwhadon the morulii
of the Convention; the fpllower* of Luca
would have, declared for Ids' npminatjo
by neclammntidn. The friends of laicn
my that ihey lintl the votes, but the ruliri
was deaU against them, and they .wcjr
allowed no show at all (or thel
strength; I logo as this load as we!
oh his vote for the River and Harbor bill t
carry ih this ertnvaw, and'be will find it
pretty heavy load before he'gcu fhrougl
With some Deiitpmhi, those who j?ryfc
polity to principle, this may tnajce no dil
terence, arid lids kind are already "bui
tonholing"^he eountry peorilo on bebid
of Jlo&e, hut there arc others who ar
Demccrats from principle and who d
not intend to no ' hoodwinked r ii
this matter. ' The InteluoknCkii ba?,ver;
impartially laid this matter before its.reai
ers, and the people out here understand ;
clearly, and therefore it ia uniVecefsiiry fc
me to restate the case. 1 only uesli
to nmttru vnn th?t Judge llo^
is net 'endorsed here by th
rank"and 'file of the Democracy,
Woods or anybody else' to the contrun
Tlit'W'Wy' tjb attempts to 1?eai\ tlii
breach,and,some nostrum* mav be upplie>
for thai. I'lirpuho, but tlm wound ran kit
anil willj rankle nevertheless nil throng
the canvas. Make a note of this.
l.vt'as Pi*mochat.
WI;TZI;I. I:? 1'L'IU.U\?.VN. .
I'rorlor District Instruct* for Jmly
Uflviu.
I'nrtniaht to an order of the tfepuilicn
Kxeeutive .Committee, the ItenublieanA <
j Proctor district met at lied MUls,'.Align;
li?, 18S2, for the purpose of appointing dull
gates to the Congressional." Senatorial an
I county conventions. AViluanrCarney \vj
elected Chairman, and J. W. Melntire, 86
retarv. 'The following delegates were aj
pointed : Congressional Convention, .
W. Melntire and Win. Carney. Senutorii
Convention,' John Palmer, Alfred Wilke
son, John -McCnr, Win. Carney and "Wti
Jlogers. County Convention, J X. Marsl
Jacob Broeh. M. I;. .Shriver, M. IJ. Goruse
Geo.'AmaS, Tlios. IVgg,' l?j>hVaiiii Palme
hi. i uiiiiuii, <i. ii. jviLimruauu uuu v, n
Wndo.
The Congressional <lelejrntorf were ' ii
structed to vote for Th'nyer Mclvin.
Wm. Cahnky,
. ' '1 Chairman.
* 1 J.AV. MCINTIHK, .
"1; ' " 'Secretary.
niKii. '
TAYLOR?On Thurxluy morning, August i
1882, ?t 5:20o'clock, William Taylor, aged 12 yew
2 months and 24 days.
FunentliwUcchtMvafter. ' " ' ''
BLACK?On Wmlnwuiny. Aiicnsit 23.1SS2. nt 4
si., John Waltkk, infant son of J. C. itud.txtroh.
Hlaek, aged 7 months und 28 duya. . ..
Funeral tblfl(Fridnv) mOrnlnp n't 0 'o'clock, frc
parents' rcfidence, No. lit Vlrginlii'Rtroet. Krieui
of the /umily ate invite J to Httand. Intenuent
Ml. Oil vary. , ?
Eifis^
roit
jin Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soroness of iho Chest, Gout
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
! -i. Sprains, Burns and Scalds, ' J
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Hoadacho, Frosted Fee
and Ears, and all other Pains
I . ' arid'Aches: '"c'
ih'o rrcpantflnn^n?.irth'fqua1ii ?r.'J.icora Orili
ii an fr,sure, tiuiplc and.cA<mpKxternnl Kenjedj
A trial entails but the comparatively trifling outla
of . .10 t'cnt< and every one suffering with pai;
can have chcup and poe|tlve proof of ita claims.1
j .lMre?t|9nsin Eleven Languaget.) . :- t < !-...
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERB U
' *".' * MEDICINE. '
A.VOGELER & CO..
; JJatlimore, JTd., U. B. A
THAVELKUS'UlilUJi.
1'KrAktvhe orti;aiN'y?.wihuiij.io timr..
all'J- i
day. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
K. A 0. R. R... .v..:? flJJ5 x:?) 3:10 4:55 ...^
a?ut. O. iliv... ..'....1 "'d;30 1:30 14:0& 11:15
W.,P.AB.Dlv 6:40 1:30 6:10. .' ..
Clcv. A I'itU... .I;...... 6:00 11:10 150 tt'aS.!..
p.ji
P., C. A St.L... H f>2 6:821:57 4:17 5:
..... A.M. ? *;! P. Mi'A/U. A.M.
C.. T. V. A w: ?'J :X? "5-:a 120U ftOO S4.'
*kk1va(. oy TRU.NJt.
tmn-'
. <uy. a.m. a.m. r. m. a?m. i
B. AO. R. R 1*2:15 10:30 2:30 t>:'20
: - il ' p.iM. A.M. A.M. 'A.m.
Cent. O. Dlr 5 5j 10:00 2.? 10:45
' - '?' A.M. ' p. ?. '
W..P. AB. Div 7;tt 11:20 i 6:'26 ;.
a.m. p.m. a.m.
Clei.Attttf 11:10 . O^S f-7:57 - ri-4'i.;...:
. a.m. a.m. &.h. p.m.* p.*
P.,C. ASt:li~ 11:0.' 8-6*2 8:37 11:0*2 4 02 7:!
... ' , p.ui p. m.
C..T. V.AW.. ?*n: I0i^10:2'. 3:'2T> *3 00
t Dully wccont tSurnUy.
i Stouncnvlllo AccotninoditUou.?1Tills train du
l:i? the .day. |*W>e* backward) and forward betww
Martin's l-'es^yandBillalre; stopnlnjirrhea requln
at thu Sherman Hoaso, jStnavUlc, Wcet Whcellt
And Gnivcl H11L ., *..,, i >
' VMv^loii'Accommodntlfth '
,i *Si. tlrtlr^rlllo AccoramixlRtlon.;
C.. T.. V. A \V. Trains nut [iy Columhus Umo.
yy HEELING AM) ELM GROVE R. I
Onan?l*ftcr KOXDAtJbiTy 3. U8S. mis on ih
Uheolliicniid HlniCroVe liiillrokrt* will mn nsfo
lows. lOtiviuK tho clt/{coruer Uevcath aud 5Urki
>trvtt t?). mil Uomhrwfc'H Hark, at
. "(i JO X. M. 1U.IXI X. M, ISJOP. M., , 5,3U k X.
7:00 " 10. . 2:00 " &00 ?
7:.to ' ii:oo " ' tm " c.30 -u
JkOO . . 11:30./.*] , SiOOnM: 1 . 7:C0 1" i
8-:U) V U:C0M. 3:80 &00 '?
. , 'J 01 - 12:30 f.U. 1:10 " 8."SO ''
" 9-M 1:00 4 SO '" 9 00 " '
.y?J " imp
'Sumliiyiiacvpicd. On
siui.lnys (in Mir wwtlfer) nirn will run cvci
'JO mlmitei, iroui 7;? a. m. to 'J 40 r. x.
.. JOS. KLF.K1I.
JfRiEESSm:
inmi^l v V\
lipHEk
The oxly safe hiiiI certain euro fur
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diunlia'i
iDyseiitiiry; Colic,Cchniin, Sum;
% v juiu' Co^^ilaluls^&c. ,, v(\?i
InVnlimbld for' chlhlron' \iiui?K their Pfcor
Summer,In i^c fot(fl.ore thmi twenty voan w
ha* never Ulleiir M? emu no j?y. l'rl?*e eO cent*.
U, x JkCA^U ArX0?it?ippipf tor
jn K\viiEEUsa, \y.VA.)
:j :.u. j/
0 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS*
M JjEPUBLlpAN CONVENTION. ~
S i h# Itfpubllc*rij, ol Ohio county iro wiled tii
> lit Mm (invention *\ the Hvound Hunch
if Council Ohnmbcr, In the Cltr ol WbfollhK. cit tut
Augti>i'i4, at 2 o'clock'f, tf./for tbo tiuriMMii
of lelmitii; delecnt.* to represent thecounty Id the
' Cungrtttdunal Qmvchtlou 10 be held *t CUrkibiira
if <*u?uftt30. All lU'i'Ublltttm Hro urv*<1 to 1?? jinn
. wit j. ll.RruKr.lt.Chairman.
|t' auM JNO W. I.F.WH Emmery,
TJJASEIULL.
n ,
i. Crockery Cltju, of East Liverpool, Oill<^
C ' Agnlukt
? STAN UAUUS,
r At Now Fair Ground*. Friday and Saturday, Aug.
11 2utli Hiid ?Ub. Uuiou called ut a I1, it.
,, Adinltelon 7.1 ten tx nu2*?*
m rpii|.; roitT IIKNHV CENTENNIAL,
n JL ...
H All |H<ft.?n?linvIng Itelic*. JmlUn C?rlo>ltle? 01
any arilclwor liutruiimit having any cnniieHlnii
K with Kurt Henry or lUMiyo. will pleaMJ loan lliom
e f'-r exhibition ut the HpprotichhiK Fair. At.the
r clo*o of the Fair the)' wilt tie duly n tuned to theli
,, ru*t?eilve -owner*, All article* of thli cliuntcUii
U left with Wilbur lit :kunler, Chairman of tin
p Committee on Rellts.\fc?, or with U, L, Urainh'r,
will bu proiwriy c?h'(l for. ' an'fl
? . JJOTICK./
f* L 1),Illootuljeldliasbeou Hpjvoiuteil Cash'
'* icr of thtfCity lltiuk with full power to endone
and aign checks tuul attend to the genq
eral Interests of tho iJatik. , ,
? nngftj,... t, . K. (J.HANGLK, I'rfa't. j
I C0NCK,l^: l&
it Wheeling City Band, under the. leadership
,r of .Wiu. 8. Mayer, will given Grund Conceri
at Jacob Wilhtdot'a Saloon, SO.'O Jacob atrtH,
v <>ii Saturday livening nexL AIL are Snviud
A'good th'uuia guaranteed \o everybody. ,
I i; "
^juiiawjjiva l'UKTKAiia.i ?iv<
it* A'SPKClALTY.
l' All sittings bv the instnntanootis process, fli
|) PARSONS',;i'205 Market St.,
au25 Opposite McLurc llon?o.:
170K CINCINNATI,. LOUIS-' fc? ?
X1 VIU.K AND INTKKMKtllATElrg^B
fUiNTS, the Commodious I'n.^Aellser*M' "",
;r Steiuner " . iWONKY.......
W. M. Liar, *a?ttr,
0. J>. List. Clerk.
11 Will leave as above oil SATU UUA Y, AUGUST 2ii, a
Dl 3 o'clock r. m. .
Sl Trie lilucy will run durlug low water iu placo o
s the -t. Ijiwretice. .. .
For freight or passage apply on board or to
(1 nnr. c:. H. noQTH & j*OS. AconlK.
15 QOMimUNG K1CE 1'OIt ALU SKA
l" O ?aSi. ,
Lemonndo Always Roaily.' Fifteen Glatsca Du
J. licioiiB i.embnade for'25 cents.
tl (T?.\DK MAJIK)'
;; " A QU A CI T.'
:i' Is prepared from best Messina I enions In conoen
_ tr<^tv\l form and pulverized MiKar. h-.U will makei
? belter and more delicious beverage at.lcsn coot that
r, I/;monude prepared In umitl way. Itequlitnfr noth
I. lo? but wat. r. Itcan be ItiitHiitly nude.' Jnst tin
thing for,lunehef, pienlef, excursion*.and fatallj
use. *-tic trial of It and you will be convinced o
J* IM UH-fuiiiCiR and convenience. Frleo, per pick
?ce. '& centH. Ahk vour uruc-tir for it
TV. SCI1ULZ,
?'i25 WholeMle A pent.
IIHP
f^FO^^D^AnTR]
Electric Appliances ire sent on 30 Days' Trial
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
"TTrriO nr* fufffrinir from N?nvncs Demur,
\\ l.o*r Vitautt, Lack or Nkhvk Force axl>
Vigor, wjftlso Wkakmessea, *n<l all Uio?o UUcax-i
or a IubkoxalNatbue muiiimr from Aiiuiks ?wl
orur.a Caurks. Kin-ctly rrlU-f onil complete rcstoratlonof
HKALTTt.Viooniintl Manhood Guaranteed.
Tho gnuulcut <ll?:ov?'ry of tho Nineteenth Century,
bcmlntoiicororllltutratvdl'ainphldtfroo. AdJmi
* VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL. MICH.
A PLAIN HOUSE MADE HANDSOME
WITH THOSE ' .
Omental Iron Cornices;
?
Made and put on by
:: u, J ,i .. ;.vc
. !? !>.;.? ' . )i
IB. IF. CALDWELL:
..JilDE.yL^R1"ISiaE . , i
' ' l'eiM'ectioiiH'etrigcrators,
, . Ice Cream Freezers,
I 1 . I'll
Water Coolors,
Stoves, Tinware,
t Ami all kinds of
, t HQUSEFUBNISHING GOODS!
Y
a ?
lf>Or and l.'OO >Xnin St..
j
Jc2 y WHEELING, W. VA.
! : SECOND ANNUAL FAIR
"OF THE . .
: WEST ?A. EXPOSITION
| STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION
- ..TO-BE IIELD AT
WHEELING. W. \VA..
- Sspt. II, 12,13,14,15 and IG, 1882,
I IN PREMIUMS AND PURSES
*1 . : ' ? ; t .
lg XO 1312 GIVEN.
Troll titj,', Kuaning, racing and BIcfcl(
? Races Each Day.
Entries for i>i>ee<l [close September 4th, at 1!
1? o'clock p. >t.
'* All other;entries clcso, September lltli, at !
o'clock iv if.'.
. Fort Henry Centennial Celebration,
. .llnder'/he'nuniigcment of judge G. L. Cnuiraer,
Sc|itvmhi>rlli, Orations will be delivered bj
distinguished fpeakei* on the grounds.
i , Admission 5w. children under 1'2 years 25 cents
Carriage tickets (one horse) 25 cents, two horsei
_ 50 cunts. Season ticket* Si. Exhibitors' tlcketi
(six coupons) $!.&?.' Grand stand,Scents.
7 Exhibitors,of livestock .will-bo entitled'to one
, groom's.ticket for every S-.50 entrance fee paid l?j
tUem.!'" " ' '
KiJ*Send to Secretary for Premium List and laJ
? other information. ,
A. REYMANJf, President.
. Gr.o. IIook*;Treasurer.
. . G..Et? Mtxt>EU Seervtary. au!9.
AAL1UW & ttfcAJ-Y A
Slalo. cor- nl Mmfa'a S? rkl??? \T.
V'UlwnJ t? my U-liru. tUlf
TH .BAND CATALOCUE, f $&?
pjk for m, IW rw, fco Eamrtnn ?f | AvffSk
ItoM ??"? c?j?, i.iu. i wa-i r - Jtfn
ijat"". Kp?u!tu. C?? Limps Sumu. V Ifjta
fWBTIkun HtU. Sundry
I // VI ,UM .,M,!u< ^.j-Wnr ?I?'*HI.| ?K> |?. //
I )[ y (/ ? ' ? trvj Err*rt>?? fvAin.lrir // 11
I K uUl^w u/<j-*vt l?J H--*"'
QATTLB A'ND HOG FEED
For Sale Cheap. , v.
Id Wheeling; (?'rape 'Sugar and Refining Ce
a : ' ! - / A. 0. EGERTER,
*> .' It I .'Hi.; _ "
Secretary.
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DRY OOODB-<3EO, R.TAYLOR,
1832.
I ' t
N-fci W FALL
?AND?
j aj)AC, = it no .-jr. . Mu .
WINTER
i,!| M.IM-. . . / il.-f ?
; I ..j I iTJ ill V
We lmvc jiLst opened full Hues of
Ladies' Siiltingsin
l-UULt liLUIno,
> EXCELSIOR CLOTHS,
GILBERT SUITINGS,
" TOURIST CLOTHS,
CASHMERE TWILLS,
? COLORED CASHMERES;&c., &C.
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In all tho New and Choice Shade?.
Geo! Taylor.
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. GEO. R. TA.YLOR will occupy
] this space next week with special
advertise nientfl.
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' BLACK
DRESS SILKS.
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. Being convinced that the celebrated
Bonn'et Silks are the
; best imported, we have decided
, to keep, constantly on band a
1 full line and recommend to our
customers as being preferable
to any other make. Our stock,
; with-present additions, is com,
plete, and prices folly as low as
retailed in New York,
Other makes of Black Silks
on hand we will offer at reduced
prices to close them oat.
Geo. R. Tayior.
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DRY GOODS.
:BASTEm"
mi mmt\
Dry Goods Stole
\ iiio j>iAiiN sr.
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onrir nirirmin onri
uncAi uLCAtiinu 5ALt;
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Owl ii i,' to .Dissolution ol' Co-|inrtnerslilp,
entire Stock to lie Closed
Out
Xtoyai-dlesu ol* Cost!
-Hi:.. SALE TO COMMENCE ,
SATURDAY MM/
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And contiuuo until further notice.
1 Urt
MARSHALL & CO.,
EASTERN DKT GOODS STOKE,
UK) MAIN SrI".
jjs .
REMNANTS
, :W . ..Ii' ' '-or?. fl lit
DRY GOODS!
(.!)!??<? ! .. ; M ,r.j 'I i - j.n
J.S.RHODES&(io.'S
Snlc of Etraim'nts will commence
>Ionda,y,. July, ~4tU.
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Remnants of -Fine Dress Goods.
;t" t.i - u; x* ' > 'T
Kcinnimts of Muslins.
Kemuants or Cheap Dress Goods.
Remnants of Calicoes.
Remnants ol Ginghams.
llcnmaiits of Cheviots.
iteniiiants or jsiiiuroitiertcs.
Remnants of all kinds.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
11SS5 MAIN ST. ' . '!
jy25 ' ' ' 1
DRUGGISTS.
A WORD IN SEASON!
Provide yourself "with a bottle of GUNDY'3
CIlOLEK*. AND OIAKHIKKA MIXTURE. Yoii
may need Iteltberat liuinu or abroad. Price 25
cents. Prepared and 6old by
LOGAN it CO., 1
Druggists, Bridge Comer.
Errors in Drinking and Eating,
At this season, more than any otlitr, ate apt'to
give'trouble. An eicellcnt corrective and preventive,
ifl Logan<fcCo'* . ... ; <:
PORE ESS. JAMAICA GINGER.
There Is nothing better In the market. Price 25 eta.
Prepared and sold by
. , . LOGAN ?fe^CO.
A Happy Feature
In the HOMESTEAD PILLS, found In no other,
LOIlkifctS fll ??io t.tfnf J'tlU nf .lim.r.M.t .,o
Iii each box. There In great'advantage sometimes"
In sdiii 1 done;, frequently rvpeaud, hk in Mime
. forms of l.iVcr Compltilnt, (,'twtlvencw, Ac. .Then
too, children and >ome grown iicrsona, who cannot
take larger pills, will toiulily take the' smaller ones',
of .which four or live aie equal in strength to an or(Unary
pill., Observe al?o. that there are >-oriy Pills .
in each box.' So that tlip Homestead Pills ore not
only the bent but the Cheapest Pills In the fnarltet.
Special Blieetlonsgo with each bor. showing how |
ti? use them us ivyunative, for Id vur. Complaint, for
Habitual CostlvuucNi.'?lc. Price 25 cents. Sent by
mail on receipt of price. Prepared Only by
LOGANJkCO.,
jy!7-n<w ,. PrngRtati. Wheeling. W. Va. {
SAVE YODIt TEETH.'
For whitening the teeth and heallug tlic gums
use the JI AOIL Timril PUWIHIK. It,con.
tains no adds, and will not,injure the enamel. Prepared
by ... . '
aulS ' It. II. LIST, 1010 Main Street. .. J
THE EXCELSlUll 515x51'OWDEU, |
Is pure and always reliable., Ask your grocer.for/ :
It. ,Sold wholesale and retail by 1 :l r<it. > > |
' ' R. II.' LIST/Mrinufaciufer,' ' '
an 18 ' 1010 Main Street.
IJ1IIE ONLY RELIABLE
Roach Powder!
Harmless to any other vermin or being.: 1
. ?.F0R SALE AT , , . . . 1
EDJ1UKD HOCKING'S, Agout, ^
! FHAUMAGYi- '! .il!"
jy!5 Nn. 1 Odd Fellowa* Hall.
. MUSICAL GOODS.
JjiOK SALE. - - " ' |
a good Second-hand 'M
Steiirvvay Piaiio! t
1 AT !A: BARGAIN.'' ' ' -
. , Call soon. ;i ! :...;> >??.??(.J
LUCAS' M'SIC STOKE, (
. jc29 " *' '1l i il42 ^fain Street..',' \
PIANO FOR SALErI.
\ n
A Fine Second-hand Piano, seven octave, b
over strung, in-perfcct'ordcr, for $180.. Call 1
at oiice to secure (hia bargain. \
rii24 WILSON tfRAUMEIL
|*A New Discovery. &&> ?: ill
It hat *Ua? been luppoy^l that i v t fl'
after the head became glazci! ami Thu Kmln - _-.1V.
thlny, ltwuho;<eleM tocjpectany
hilr. Thl* U erroneout, ?c hare ' \|
EtownlulronbiiivlrcJfccf.Iiea.il U
) that ?cre cla:til lUoa.',blllUtil. J:
,wll," TO* cut!?> raictcMCQpic '! : ' '.i/'.H
?lew of the follkk^ftdlUp^ia from rrvL , y ... II
. lor t< ?ccn tlut though vie hiir u Balbw, ?TJ
e?^fftoraihe?utfic;.ilbitni?]l*e ' 19
?pdihealthyIcacatHU*K?ln,iBil i;{) I ; 11
Uonljr pie?cnte>lficm CTo?livt by , The 13
?* <ontr?ctlon of tbr follicle In Cualr*cU*?.. 4 Tf
which It ihoultl c'o*. Ttavoutic , ~ . i U
'.'" "J hMiihrTiK,! ? jr - , \n
! onnoc farce lu ?ajr llirmj.-S the * Tfc*> /I
i? 7 if 0V,"R* ThetUww iM
1* 'Cukln to :./ . '.'W i (M
m*nure In the TrfrtiUe ?or|,l(. ' fm
GROCERIES AND TOBACCO.
(. Holo AltoutH '([
?E-IBD TOBACCO!1
^ L. ;. J. Hv.
S.^MS'
fjij III# M'V"-. So J ' ' '
^ y inJAD(|UAltTERS rou 1 J
Mackerel, lake Herring,.
'.i And the Celebrated Unglnzed
Maddux Aurora Coffee!
And a Full Line of
Schullao'a, Kirk's and Proctor. & Uniiiblc'a ^
"tSOAPS.
Wc soU'LOWEIl', carry tho most complete
and largest stock In tlio State.
SILYER LAKE-FLOUR HOUSE.'
jelfl ' . : : " TO
THE GROCERY TRADE.
I take pleasure in announcing to my oM patrons
-itul to the trade generally, that, since the lute IIrr
it jav cMablUlununt. 1 have thoiouuhly renovated my
laiildhiRi,' and nm now prepared to olfer as .
lanje and varied u ktoek of itonuml growle* and
provisions um can bo found in thc.btaU.'. These .
?oods are all new and carefully selected.
Vy own t'urv of choleo smoked meats delivered "
direct from my I'ork Howe at MnnolicMer.
I hnvy.tM.'CD ?|i|Hiluto i>d''Mgent in the city for "
the following leading speclaltUs, viz:
i:uuifui\l Cheiiiic'al Works'. Renowned t
Yeast Fo wler in Hollies. I
l\J. Kilter's Fruit But tors mid Preserves. I
'! -> Frank Kiddnt's Wonderful Soap.
Ward's White Borax Soup* .
.'Word's Flectrifying Soap.
JleNaiuura's (<lory Tobacco. \
McAlpin's Onward Tobacco. d
.Wejuiau & Bros'. Celebrated Pittsburgh
..t,j,,.,:j . Smoking,Tobacco. ,
DuFont's Spoiling, ItiiWs Mining and
.-.rj. BiusUngPowder. . *
J'AMILY AMI l!AKKI!V KLOUIt. '
||
ticConiicllsville Gold-Shea f Patent Flour, s
Best in the inarket.
.Silver Star? Baker's Flour. . ,
Daily Unad? Baker's J'lonr. i
m. beilly, '
WHOLESALE GROCER?t PORK PACKER,
Nos:'1300 arid 13llMain Street,
jy20 * Wheeling, W. Vn. r
NEW I882_MACKEREL.
Two otrs of 1RS2 new cMe^t mocktrcl, nil alzea. Just
:i . ' miived. it. ?
A. Car oi" l?liceiiix X^lour,
!u barrels and bags, received dally., Thebest rimde.
Try it, and you wiU have good bread.
Now Potomac IIcri*in{r
In stock.
Largest stock of GROCERIES IN WE8T
VIRGINIA.
JOS. SJPJEIDICL At CO*.,
' . "WHOLESALE GROCERS,
mv25 i >1416 Main and 1-117 South strecta.
gVG.Ai{;:;;;
14 POUNDS GOOD BROWN SUGAR.
- I
a. dollar!"
SMYTH'S. I
Warranted Pure.'
nu12 , ... , , B
TAKE NOTICE! j
nvE^soixrs
b'UUlT JAKS,. UNION JAlHj JELLY .
" GLASSES. KGALLON STONE JAUS, . I
t-GALLON STONE'JAllS,':J,000 GALLON I
r- . STONE WARE. at i
GEO. K. McMEOlIEN'S, ,
atllO I.'tOfi Market St.
TXlUKBER'ei J
SHREDDED OAT8, I
GttANULATED TAPIOCA, }
SAGO, WHEAT, FA1UNA, OAT MEAL p
lod their celebrated Potted :and..Canned
Meats for summer use, at G
anH? McM E(?H KN'S. 13S0 Market St. I
NEW SPRING G000S
C. Hess & Sons.;
' I
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now In Bto'c^a Full Line of
' '5 ? ? ' ' HI
Fancy andStapleW oolens
BOTHFOREIGN'AND DOMESTIC, 11
- t "Which we offer at |
'rices that Defy Competition, f
Other Woolens at lowest prices. We carry
lie largest line of goods in the city, and our
ietUps are First'Class in every respect.
...... L FDLL LINE OF '
!ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!!
Persons desiring anything in our line will 7
ind it to their interest to'examine our stock
jefore purchasing elsewhere. * ,f'u " )
D; Hess Ac Sons,
mti9 Cor. Main and Fourteenth Sta. :: I
? iMif. ^"r!,,he C,n"'CT>t * for MPOmirti
JSwgjrjiteRBrtsiff risis
?n. I h??,, r<?!khu.1?h?l, w.ni ?"{
I U. ~'r- M. H. Siikliv, Ci<?eU?j. p. k m ,1!!'.
your Druggist or Bnrbar to not it fn
L ' d'r??* ?nd tho Crower w|lt b0 s*nt nr?n
* U|C1 BENTON HAIR CRQWR,"
DRY GOODS.
- V v ~ v
Just Hccclvcd a Third Stock or Tlioso i
1ICH0LADKS1LKS
vi It 25,-*l?Tnrid $2 00, 'cheap'ut 33 per [
cent mora, .that have hud nucti a run.
.! . fiitl n J \ i Jkj.-> 'II \ ;
AIho u Full Kino ol llimitlful
Summer Silks;
IN ALL S1IADKS.
10RIES, SATINS, SURAHS,
jnce, lliiiitiugs,'
Nun's Veiling, Cuslmicres,
AVLite (inmls, Fine Thread,
Hosiery and Unilmvi'ar
As Pretty ns Silk, etc., etc.
:>nn..nr..l c............ u:n. ..a. i - i a..
fviiii111iii uiiiiiiiiui oinv at ?< ist'i
A GREAT BARGAIN.
OXJIt STOCK OF
Carpets, Velvets,
Tapcslrys, Ingrains,
lings, Oil Cloths,1
Window Similes anil
Lara Curtain (iooils
Is unsurpassed by any in the CHy.
PRICES LOW
Cheap Counter.
tYc place on sale to close out a Wrc
ariety of Seasonable (iuods, marked
limn 510 to 50 per cent.
The Cheapest (Jooils ever s|iown?(Jar*
icr'n Hest Percales, at 12 1-2 cents; yard
vido.CiniibricH S cents; Lawns.oto 8
cuts; UHinuintsbair their cost. So bring
Jon;,' yonr cash and examine Tor .your*
elves. , j;
3T01& THOMAS,
lOttO Bilnin Street.
riivg.*
J'URNITURRi CAHPSTSl&C? ' *!'' '
HEADQUARTERS FOR
. ' . i: a v'/iv^v .J
iilliil
i w.um a wallIIBI
1 ; t' I ..
"Ill II ll!l H'um:nCTS.PAI!I/1R?ET8,
Ul It 11 U I U S SIDEBOARDS Rod WARD;ou>s.
^ ~ 1 J 0ur ^cw 1'itterns are now
'nmflTO I1"' embracing MOQUETTES,
JfliPBlSMV^%TA;
V. ? ? ff. 0ur assortment of Rtigs Is very
<i II fV 0 I wnbinclnp SMYRNA, VELlllU
A ' VldTfi, SIOSQUhTTKS. BRUSSELS,
IUCU iTAPESTRY, nud many othuii.
inniPiim nil ninths!
uivivumi VII VOUIIIUI
All widths and Standard AlaUeH.'
Window Shades!!!
attcrus for Stores uud i'rivate Dwellings. ,
Man EliairsMi!!
lull Hue of the Wakefield and Hey wood Bros... i
:olding Cliairslii
tc three leadinR factorle# of the country.
?| I ft i All the bert
Chamber Selsfess
I | I B These Roods we have
Jgr nr RgtS'
UI IUI vJ U IV B for less money tiiau
lTothitr linn fin In ?1.?...!?
ippaiG.!
i,>* ;l.l , .1 ?V \<\\ ' ;>' \ -J5 :' *??.? .
instantly on linnd all theiiittt'stylcs. 'METRIC 1
'OA8KKT3,'CASKS and WOOD. COFKIh'B 1
,?u ... lurubhed on short notice. i?"i;
Ml SOU;
mhza . \
CE CREAM FIAVORS.J \ , ."
.'yr' v 1
I'cach ,and othcr.Fluo Flavored Creams; also,. ?
>sh Cakes every, day; to be had at'
.- :t MV.- TliaS. HKYMAN'8,
Telephone No. 05. -.n \ 101*2 Main Street. (
^roclal lnrinfemen'* to'wliolrinii* hnvor>: w?2l ^
'"? [,'.,;'-AfTKK IfSIKC-l ihciojl tf luylirwlfei ,'.
J the me of Kenton'* Hair Year*. I am net* etow. U
?I* weekt lince. It bat pro* Inz a coM head'of
thick, L'Hiwth of hair. hair.. u. FOtltVTKK.
:it. ssTwwpect St.. CTereUml. Cincinnati. Ohio.
ryou, or the money can bo sent to us
nld.v Price. tl.OO per Bottle. Ladles
CO., 334 Euclid Avenue. Cleveland. 0.
BDUCATIOHHI.
WESTERN
wmm GQiLtut,
For StudeiilH of lloth Sms In St^ar^
Doparlmrnts.
lutonHirH^hy Act of Awcnilily, 1k?V
OceUlHMOliO of the tr (isl Wuutlf ul ami tunhhtui
ilia tn thirBWior wcciyci Mn.unJ ypta.ttMrg
fom the lor theFiw in?m <1
SZ ul lummlun UirtiMtoiK i-wit* ? ,IM,
IS, mill Ihoiunsh. Ijitll In the ?(?.'oij
KKlillO l>.'l>TimTOl< 1'iKtollUi. Win, tj
id,nl Tciroi" v>'iV A m
Tlmv "T*itllun for SlW. ?l?l -Un;IU;l,ilink,,.
Jnswvti Miulnrllll'l IVmKl, lloftln, \\?>hln> ?
O..J.IV I?vi ?u 9IWJ.B7 IH.T yur,"iu!
Ui ph In Mioccxinl njiornUnn lor 15 y?u*.
Til?Thirty ?"* ft'inl-Anuuid Viklonbttlnik,.
mh.'ifti/mw* jm" wu> ,m*. kotcix
liieuo huu further litfnrm-tlon udurm
* J. r. \VAKI?,??. II.. ITt-olilrui
?\?1S W?H??mlnUifr. M'H.
A SCHOOL FOB GIRLS i
SKCU UtTY, Ni.TUKRI.Y OA UK, (i()()|i ROARl.
.. 1NG. DMAOllTF'Mi 1.OUATI0S AND
UKASONAULK CIlAKUtX
JIT. I)K CllANTAh ACADEMY,
' KEAU WHEELING, \V. VA.
The thirty-fourth year of thU well known nhoo
for Rlr\?. under theehimie of the rirtcnof tlieYu,
iXtToii, o|?m ou tho fllWT Monday
TK.MHKkiu'Xl, Htulpontlnmn ten tmuiilm
Pupils tvcclvcd nt any time In the H'sslun.
TIiomj \vh?nk'*lrv to jilnw llielnltunihieninintif
itltntiou ffoirtln^tst ii'tloiiHlly i?i>o<lii(UriititH!a
tiie way >( lunlthlul nnd?vllKhtful ldtntioii.??.
cvltant huird. thr?nniKh ?IM|.llne mid limninion
ui ihohiuuhud llfo loim te?ehei*, In cv?ty (|iun'.
uicnt of funulo eduontlon, Including tln? Wifm
ihtmuauua muMy, ui vpiy n?(?
uliould hi'tul forn of tills M-tiooU Adiitfi
DlHfctf'Hfe8 OK TIIK AC.tl'kMY *
OF 1HK VISITATION,
Mt. I'KCHIMIL
. jr.l-M'* Newr Wheeling, \S.\i_
^NNl'AI. AN-NOUXCKMKNT '
WHEELING FEMALE COLLEGE!
This Institution will "pen it* Full Turn \Vc,w
tiny. September Oth. The Kncultvivtnitlu thi-ua*
natal year with the ejtvptlouof thcat.puliiimm
n( Mbs F. Marsh, ?f b'tlca. N. Y? tuiLfclulrii
MathetnutUnnnd Latin.
Prof. vvuldcinar Malmeno.nt one time n Mmltnt
of the HoyaUuMltuUoltof Herlln, nlm ? |,ui.r, u
the Itoval Conservatory of I'ati*, ami a grmhtiiU! in
music from the Unlvendtvof CiimbrtfKe, Kh^Uim
has been npjtoluted Musical Mrcetor. I'mj >|aj!
incite will iuiiuo Vocal Culture and 1 lutio
thhi a fpeclidty.
During the vacation the College has lweu tlior.
ouxhly rcnuvuted, nod now iin-M.-nt.Mi frvshaulai.
tractive appearance.
Terms very moderate in nil lhede|.artmimi*.
For cntalof uctior other Information addrw tfc#
present, , mi-8 A. TAYUi
lloAituor TntMKr.s-C^l.'ll. K. l.tst, (;< <*? iWheat,
Km|..Hoti. C. 1). Hubbard. li.C I.M.Em'
Col. II. 11. Hubbard, J. N. Ynnce. !'.?
K-o.. Ur.T. *. Logan; AtipMHiroll.K.-k^M.Ku,/
A. \V. Cmpboll, C, W..,lln?el?uiilcr, K?., fa*
Joint Mcl.un'. janesMhxwcII. Kh|. Vi>\ '
jpEMALE SCHOOL AT
The National Capital
Mr. and Mrs. Win. P.CAUELL will open iFraile
School at the National Capital, a Kelwt Boarttat
audibly School forYoutm ladles, on the THIRD
-WEDNESDAY In SEITEMIIKIt, in the fculMtu
at present occupied by Mrs. M. K. Anlnr'k Sthuft
on.Fourteenth Mreet Mr. and Mr*, Cala-ll *11 te
v*isiod by h complete eorpti of Mwtetf, and mi?
facility will be atlbruud to undent* in advamvl
LIhmw, while tlie preparatory department wiU receive
uiosi thorough attention.
The modem languages will form a prominent
feature of the relinol. for full particulars addim
the l'llnclpal. \N U. 1.1 AM b. CaUKLL
anrLfinywAW 1114 M. St. N. \\., Whshlnginn. 6.c.
liaiisly Institute,
,11-flUUUI^U, \Y. VA.
.School year ot??nt< Pentemher4. A llbcrallr endWvd-Institution
for thi'educntion (if IIOYH AM)
YOUNG MKN. Full uorp< of tXK'rti'Uwd *aj
Com lVtcnt teachers Spit-lid oMoriunltlfs fur ati
undents to: iidvunee r?i]>idly. Intllvltliial lc?tructlou
f??r ilull t\iid .barkwurd liojs. Kii^ltsb, l'u*i?
nil and Scientific'courso*. A V-loct ptiinary <lV
lurtmont f<ir small, boy*. Kludcuis uru vripirwl
lor (JolIeRO. the higher pchodisof.y.'l<!mv<irlm>l<
ncKS. Hoyn prepared ??t the i.iusly institute are
now in the Wit colleges In Ui'e country. Honnllrg
will he scoured for pupils f/otn a ilfyunn*. itrmi
rwuiontililc. l'or further partiqdntK uddrvM
A. It. WU1TEUILL, M. A.,
ku2n " I'riiiripaL
WEST VIRGINIA UNlVKKSliY.
The nobctkbj-sfrtri W'itib 5EPTKMHF.ll Gili, lvi
Ten WWAtt^rKSCMUOJ.". .Ijicluillttc ?tliool of historvand
School of fcliglUh.' Full Courses in Uvr
utid itcdidne extending .throughout the M*iuu.
Knlnwd fncilitiis for Miirty of l'hy>i?itl Bdciitv*
anil i tcMlillflc Agriculture; completely uiuipivd
chemical labnitory., Thorough cout^c* in < ticitut
and 'Modem IniiginiKOS and liicrnurc. Tcxtlxmks
atco?L Nerttowrv fXiK-MiMfi-tiot over 8175. lor
catalogues and other informal ion ndd'eat
. "W. L. \\ ll>0.\\ I'rwldont,
qu& : , . . .Moivii'nwn. W. \m.
EPISCOPAL FEMALE INSTITUTE,
?( ].? WINCHK8TKR, VA.
Kcv. J. C. Wheal, 1). 1)., 1'rincipHl.
This Jsachurtercd Institute of the hlghtftt grade,
with a full Cortisol well <|uaitfl(d tenrhers. Sj>cii*l
fucilitivnar^iitlotdcd for the study of muMe, ri>?
iuoui-ru languages, ac. "J'lie tonus are moderate
compared with theHdvantaucsenjoyed. The l?atlon
In the "Great Valley of Virginia" i?. noted .'or
health fulness Hie 9th annual M?ion begin* S'pt.
13, lSsJ. For eirculuisuddre>?tlie 1'iliiriiMl. litfaenees:
the Bishop and Clergy of Viiululx, W?t
Virginia mid Maryland mi'1 hiw
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
NINE departments of fctudv; text luniks funiMail
AT COST; calendar arranged to mit tiachen; expemes
for one year from 175 to SJU); iion-sHUrtaa,
llbenil, thorough. Foil term levins ^KII'KM HER
7. 1S31. Attendance Inst ytur Irt'in 'iirouiitki' ol
Wcjt Vlrgiulu nnd from 8 States midTi-rriUirics.
Number of students larger than for ten yuan previous
VForcatnlosues and other Information apply to
thoAetlnc 1'rChldent, D. 11. rUUINTOX, iioiwll*
town. Vest "Va. ' hitVj
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
DELAWAKP, OHIO.
An Institution of the highest ^rade; nraonf: the
first college* L'ast or Witt. Netusary annual exjKjiific
excepting for .clothing, as u I ven ly wvml
hundred young men, under #ltlt>. ('pen tutvili
?sea. Ijidles under fjieelal miktvIMoii nt Moauett
tltsll. Comervatory of Music, Art ik-|*rtKiwit.
Preparatory department. Normal, Humiic* and
English mid other special courses. toRt-llier with
three regular college count*.' For cuudmiue ?dilrcuC.
H.i'AY^E, President. Irf
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,
dkpakt.mknt of law.
Two Schools-one of Common and Statute U*
Mid theoUerof International and Constitutional
Law. Government. Faulty, Evidence nnd Meiwn*
tile I.h\v?give full instruction in the ptinciPle anu
practice of the profession. Teaching by UetuM
itnd textbooks with daily lociunhiatijus.
Apply for Catalogues to the See tela: yd the Facility.
or to James f. hakkison.m i?;.
July US. 18S2 Chalrina" of lh" Faulty.
UNIVERSITY OF VTRGINIA,
schooi5 of mkdic1nk.
Full and thorough instruction, fcy lecture* ar.'l
hilly oral examinations in the various MityHtsoi
MedJcinc, during the WMlon of nliu months. Anitomlcal
innterlal abundant.
Apply for Catalogues tn the Secretary of the rao
llty.orlo JAMES K. HAKltlaON.
July IX. 1SS2. Chainnan of tin- Faulty.
ntoLtlAN rtiilALt
, , STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
0|?cns 8e]>tcinltor''JOtli, ISM. One of the F!r?t
k>huoli< for Young T utiles in Hie United sUU*.
'urroundliij.'H.lHftuiifnJ. Climate uiiMir|ws.Nnl. ,,u'
>11* from eighteen State*. Terms ainniiij the t?i
ii the Union. Hoard, tVitxVlng, KiiclM tout*,
Jilin, French, (iu'inuii, Instrumental ?r.
or Scholastic year fr.ua September to June, S-J
or Catalogue* write to
i\nv. A M. A. IIAltlUS. I). I)., I'n/U
iyPrMUT.iw Sunnton, ?? .
DEPARTMENT of ENGINEERING
U?iivci>ity of* Va.
Faculty of Six Frofcwors. Full 'Vmnr In Civil
ml Alnhur KnjjIiicyrliiS.U'rraliiiitliiijin dotn**"1
!. K. nnd M.K.
Apply for CulaloKtics to the Secretary nf the ri^
iltjr, or to JA?. K. 11A Klrl-SoN.
July IS, 18S>. Olmlnnaii of ti e Faculty.
: Vashington
and jefferson College
The KHll TennopeiHoii Wtthio?<Uy, AnuU't 3>'nlnuju'iixniuliutloiiH
on W?<lnvvJn>' ?n('
ay. For cuts loguea nntl Informational'^) 10 lL
'resident, '
- JtKV.J. I>. MOFFAT. P.
nu?3. \Vw>liliiiii?;'. '? _
ST. GKOHGK'S HAM* AX UNSlillJ.
pawed Ponnllng School for lu.ys anil Y?u*
it'll, i RcI.slcrUnvii, Italtimnrc'(ouiity, Mnr*
it'juirwi lor ilic Univurxlllts iintl folK-i*.'? I1";1*
cw.;f275 nycnr. 1'rof. j. <: KI.vmR, a. M..
rinoljul. C'iretilars wlili rcfcrontOi X'lit.
'. i , .1 . . . Ivl'l-M*,
jpij E .Sl'A UIJ) 1 Ml IKON COM 1 'AS V.
Cdpies of'the By-huws c.in In* toon l>y f'3"*
ig on oitlicrOf ilie undcr^gnrd. who will
Isjj'rocciye applications for sto< k until I riay,
Sejiicmbor 1st, at!) o'clock i*. m.
The attention of skilled workman is |';,r*
ctihtrly invited to this notice.
David SpMildiujr, S'oiiIhti villi*. <>.
Theopliilns I'njjli. Wh*? ling. W. Vn.
.Thomas Ji. Taylor, Hriibeiivillo.
Lewis Cloiinti', |{?'lli*irt'. 0.
Charles II. Spauldinj,', .Steubinvillo, 0
au!8 Corjmrjtors.

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