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THE INTELLIGENCER.
Publiihed dnHytWundapoxccptcd).
rftCIT A IMXPHKLL, PUOPftlKTfUUL
At Not. X'i tod 26 Fourteenth Btrctt
TKRM9 OP DXILY:
One copy oue year ...Is 001 Tbrco mouth* 92 00
81x couth*. 4 001 One mouth 75
in.nvi red by carrier* tu city, l&c per week,
THUMB OF BKMI-WXKKLY:
One year M 001 Hlx month*.. tl 50
TKKMH OK WEEKLY!
Ono ycnr..r - II 60 | B4x month* It 00
(irtal tulucUoiu to L'luU. Scud (or wmple copy
ml ultcular*. Addru*,
FUKW A CAMl'BKLL.
Whttling, W. to.
{Kiitcrwd at the I'otttoflk* at Wheeling, >V. V?., u
mmd-iia* iuHttvr.1
YM1KKI.1N0, wry A.. BKPTKMHF.lt 1, HOT.
FOR CONUKfcSS.
i'imt uimicr.
(IICN'L NATHAN GOKK. of II?rrl?oii county.
VKCOSU LlfcTR.CT,
JOHN W. MASON, of Taylor county.
KONItTK UUTKCT,
Hon. (IKOKUK LOOM 13, of Woodcomity. %
l'??l 11 Son I AfcMi hmlit*it4m.
There are legitimate and illegitimate usch
of money in politicn. There aro private
'iti/.eiiH who contribute regularly in every
ouiivasa to their party fund, never expecting
any other benefit or return from it than
tlio dominance of their political principles,
which'tloiuiunnce they regard ns of bent-lit
to the whole country, hut of n? special
benefit to themselves individually. They
understand what thin money in raised for.
They know that political campaigns arc
extensive: that a great deal of money is
necessary in order to defray the expense of
getting up lists of voters and in bringing
out voters to the polls, in paying the necea?ary
expenses of speakers, in getting u]>
processions, hiring bands, buying flags and
other paraphernalia of a red hot campaign.
In addition to these contributions of
money from, private sources, there is also a
large amount of money raised in every
Suite in the Union from candidates forofiiee
ami incumbents of oilice. If we remember
correctly, a circular was scut out
by the Democratic State -?ommitteo~of
West Virginia two years ago to the candidates
for oilice on the Stato ticket, notifying
each of them that so much moneynaming
the exact amount in their letter?
if wo are not in error, that would be expected
from each of them as a contribution
to the campaign fund. We presume
that every caudida'te on said Stato ticket
contributed that specified .amount, or a
greater or less sum than that specified, according
as he felt able and anxious in the
matter.
This is the current practice ia politics on
both aides, aud everybody knows that this
id the practice. JJoth parties are tarred
with the same stick, so far as there is an}'
tar in the case. For one side to rebuke the
other side in regard to it, is simply the old
inconsistency of the kettle calling the pot
black. If either side is black because of
this practice they are both black. But
there is not necessarily any blackness in
it. There is 110 sin or offense iii raising
money for apolitical canvass?for the legitimate
uses of tho canvass wo mean. A
campaign cannot be run, as campaigns.are
conducted in our beloved land, without
money. Speakers will not travel at
their own expense?most ot them
cannot aflord it; people yvho have
public halls will not tender their use
/ree of rent; people who print tickets and
documents will not work giatuitously; men
who canvass and organize school districts,
and get every voter's name, and see that
ho gels out to the polls, and who incur
many expenses to this end, will not lauor
for nothing. Bauds of music -will not contribute
their services for nothing. Torches,
hats, capes, oil, carriages, wagons and
other concomitants of the glare and blare
of a canvass are expensive, and somebody
must foot the bill. The excuse of the one
side for raising money for these purposes
is that the other side does it, and "when
you are in Kome you must do as the Rolnans
do."
But there is another side to this question?anotheraud
more questionable use of
money in politics. For instance, it was
charged, and never disproved, so far as we
know, that James* Buchanan, the last Democratic
President ever elected in this country,
owed his election to the corrupt use of
money in Pennsylvania under tho engineership
of the late Col. Forney, in what
was known at tho time as the "Sanderson
side-door operation," by which operation
the remnant of the American or Know
Nothing party in Philadelphia,.was transferred
for so much money to Mr. Buchanon's
support on the day of election,
inereuy giviug mm iuu ounu uuu uiu cicution.
If any one wants to become familiar
with the practices of the Democratic party
in the day of its power iu the use of money
in.politics, wo beg to refer him to the
House report made, after investigation, to
the 25rh Congress, 3d session. They will
find there a verbatim report of the examination
of Cornelius Wendell, public printer,
who under oath testified to his frequent
conversations with James Buchanan in regard
to the necessity and about the ways
and means of raising money for use in
Pennsylvania, Mr, Buchanan's own State.
The fact that the Republican party is
now in power, and that Jay Hubboll,
Chairman of the Republican Congressional
committee, has been sending circulars to
the of lice holders asking for contributions,
occasions much distress of miud to the
Democracy. Their principal distress, however,
arises from the fact that it is not a
Democratic Chairman, sending out circulars
to Democratic ollice holders for Democratic
campaign purposes. In view of the
record of the Democratic party when in
power this is the best construction that can
be put on their present lamentations If
they were in power to-day they would return
at once to their, old practices, and
perhaps, as they nre very hungry, Improve
upon and enlarge the metnodH of the
rapacious Hubbell.
Very many of the beat people of this
country, in both parties, are deploring this
use of money in politics, and a number of
public men are discussing plans for such a
civil servieo reform as will do away with it
altogether. To eilect this reform is the
problem of the day. The argument used
aigaiust them by such men as Ilubbell is
that those who enjoy the pecuniary rewards
of a party triumph should contribute regularly
and liberally to the party's expenses,
and that a man who holds a place that he
is certain to lose by the defeat of the party
ismngrateful if he does not pay something
towards his own perpetuation in''office.
This argument belongs to tlie school of
r "practical politics" as it is called, and on
the whole it strikes the average voter as
not only fair but conclusive. But, on
the other hand, thoughtful people of u
higher grade of seeing and reflecting on
this subject, apprehend great evil in the
future from this practice of stimulating
politics unuaturally every two years, and
particularly iu every Presidential cam>'-r
. \ \ - .. - . '
paign, by tho liberal use of money. It ?
tends to political demoralization, and to ^
out and out corrupt dicker*, such as the 3
"Sanderson sido-door operation" alluded t
to. The imitation of the matter is very
wholesome. To their credit, the leading lie- ;
publican press have attacked it vigorously. *
Their attacks nro genuine and sinccro be- "
cause their party is in power, and is to be *
profited by thine assessments. So far jib j
reform can be expected in the practice it i
must be looked for mainly from the lie- r
publican parly. The Democratic party ia
responsible for that watchword on their
banners when they were in power, "to tliu
victors belong tho spoils."
The Vote in TIiIm DUtrlct lor CoiitfreftM In
IhttU.
We have publiahcd the vote of this district,
lis at present constituted, for Trm* ,
dent In 1880. Tho district has had lira*
ton added to it and Calhoun, Kitehle, t
Pleasants, Wood aud Wirt taken from it
since then. Hence wo can only give the "
vote of each county of tho present district .
by taking either the last Gubernatorial or 1
Presidential vote. However as ten of the
eleven counties that pow constitute thu
district are still in it, it may be a mutter
of interest to many persons to knowbow
they voted for Congressmen in 1SS0.
Tho vote for Congressmen was cast on ibu
hiuiig day, and on the same ticket, i\h for *
President, and was ns fellows:
CuUntlci. IIutiiiiiiHOii. Wilson. llAMell. \
Hancock .. MW 4:11 C 2
llrtMikc Ml' 608 61
onto - 3,;w 4,a'io aw \
Map>!wH..? V.ltfl 1.5'JO '
Wcuel h'Jl 1.721
Tyler 1,1*1) Mil ]|.|
Doddridge M5 Gfitl y.%7
uiinicr too ?a so
Harrison ..... 1.6 6 J,678 ' "Ml
Lewis 1,015 1,16'J IbVI
13.160 W.MW Usl
(iiuili'ld. lift no fk. Weaver
Ilraxlon (orl'rca't... 618 1,103 61
Total ia,r.T8 ium i,{?
The Presidential vote of these couutiea
stood on the same day, Garfield, 111,412;
Hancock, 14,890; Weaver, 1,808.
Tilt'Suit-of Public l.iiiiil* lor flie l>i?r
KikIIiik jime anili, ihsi*.
The following table shows the amount of
hind disposed of and the amount received j
under all forma of entry:
State* ami Territories. Acres. Amount.
Alabama 516,514 8 );f.!,53<i
Arizona ; 'J4.5/7 "Alio t
Arkaiuuw 5W.'J77 IM5.77J
California ... 672,315 4QS.7CO
Colorado ~ WJ.702 *K?-0I
I'nkfltu *,S68.9 l? 11 WAV)
Florida ?tt,.19tS tt.V7.Ui3 .
Idaho .. lh5,M3 M.lSi '
low? - I.*i.610 3.UU <
Kama* .. - 1,559.475 621 Old
biiiMuna - 51fl>70 4*1,163
MIcliiKnu 5'Jj.K.M 5VJ.WI
MllincnOta l,tW3.VS3 HW,h3"J v
MioHflfpi :M7.U06 l-H.57.1 .
Mlnourt - 297.121 1SC.6C2
M oil U on .. l'>l,Uu5 lir.'.uyj
Xebnuka 1,315,251 6?1,0*>
Nevada 51,573 I7,?l .
New Me*lew HI,'til tty.Ow i
Oregon 'J73.313 J5I
I'Mh 141.6 U 7/i.lifii
Washington 518.382 3 3.V09
WlMnmlu .. rwu.fril 5V?.y?o
Wyomlag 61,325 GO,176
Total - lft,C?,W8 fS,161,091 I
This includes lands taken under the r
school act, swamp inidcinnity act, railroad
selection and miscellaneous scrip. fa
The argument of hard times, on wliich
tho Maine Grecnbackers have thrived, is /
now turned against them. The Boston c
Journal says: "Maine is now a prosperous
State; its industries arc nourishing; its peer c
pie find full employment: it litis just entered
upon a new career of industrial activity.
Projects for new and large factories f
ure on foot in Bangor and other localities.
Several new woolen mills have been built the
past year. Shoe factories and other ]
enterprises which will take capital to the ^
State aud cause its population to increase
UA;nn(u,*nlilial.n.1 Tf J linen C11<<<<001I llm .
tide will have turned in Maine, anil the
population will How in rather than out.
This improvement is due largely to thp i
financial policy which the Republican (
party lias maintained." . J
A Chicago minister says that among
women u passing familiarity with currcnt
news is so rare as to excite observation.
He has seen thousands of men in the street
cars with a newspaper] before them, but
does not recall ever seeing a lady in tho :
Baine position.
A stk.\n(?er called at iorty-eight differ- |
ent houses in Cleveland and asked; "Is the J
boss at home?". There was no man at i
home in any one instance, and yet forty- -\
seven of the women promptly replied: J
"Yes, sir?what do you want?"?lhtruit
Vrce 1'rcM J
Tim Century* story about a man in (,
Georgia who could yell so as to be heard '
five miles will hardly be credited by those j
who have tried to make a horse-car driver
hear at a distance of four rods.?Boston j
Post. . |
Dialogue uear the8eu, on a hotel piazza; i
"I do not see how you Indies can remain I
hero two months looking upon the change- J
less ocean." "But the men change," wis
the reply of a lady:?Iiostop Journal. \
i
A hotel was burned down in New York \
not long ago, and n Texas editor lost all '
his baggage. That was the reason the papers j
said the loss was not as large as lit first
supposed.?Texas Sijtnujs. I
=
Talking of Mme. X., coquettish and j
spiteful: "IIow old is she?" "As old as I
she says others are 1"? Exchange.
j
Invalid wives and mothers quickly restored
by using llrown's Iron Hitters. A
true tonic. f
MAItUIKIK \
WILKINSON*?SUTHERLAND?On Wednesday |
evening, August :!0,1KW, nt lac Sixteenth street, by i
Rev. k. il. Dornblnscr. Col. Natiun wii.kinson to j
MlaTiuts D. Suthkkland, bo:h of thbelty.
MEI>. ,
COTT3?On Thunri&y, August 31, I8S2, ?t7 a. m., I
Kva. daughter of Suhau and W. II, P. Cutis, used* (
months.
Funeral this (Friday) nftcrnoon at 3 o'clock from 1
the re*Iilence of her parents, No. 5 South Broadway, .
Friend* of the family are invited to attend. Inter- j
ment at Jit. Wood Cemetery. 1
TUACJV?On Wednesday morulntr, Auvmt .10th, *
1SS2. ut 7 o'cloek. KUlAH.wifo of VN 11,1.1am Ji. TltACY. ;
in her 68th year.' :
Funeral from her late resldenco, No. HI EJgh*
teenth street, this (Friday) afternoon Ht 2 o'clock.
Friend* of the family are in*Ucd. Interment at
Peninsula Cemetery. ]
PAXTOS-On Thursday. August 31, IM2, at 20
minutes past 4 o'clock r. v., IIauuy Paxtos, in his
30th year. I
Funeral from his father'* residence, two miles
wetjt of Bridgeport, this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family arc Invited to attend. Interment
ut Bridgeport cemetery. Nail fceden nrc especially
invited to atumd. "
KRAFTS
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The only safe atul certain eyre for
Cholera, Cholera .Morbus, DInrrlifpp,
DjhCiilury, Collet Cramps, Sum*
'qior Complaints, Ac.
Invaluable for children during their Second
Summer. In me tor,more than twenty year* and
has never iailed. Nocuruiiopuy,. Vify.hO fxula.
II. A, JlcCAltE & CO., Proprietors,
jjl BHBKW.sa, W.VA.
MEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
l*rANTED-A GOOD COOK AND A
?Y Walter, Apply at once at lUMUUrnut No.
OOl Market ?ltcct. V, iiElTEKDKlZKL. Propria.
nr. fl
f OST?A8MALL ENGLISHTERRIER
LJ Dog, welch* between a unit 4 poundi. a re*
rani ol will bu p-ld for 111* return to llaiber
hop, No 'J Alley 1?. and no question* mfcr-il. *
HOUSETO KENT?UNTIL Int Al'ML.
1893, kcvrti rootm and two uttUn, liot ami
olil water and gai; inn iiioaI dolrablo neighbor
irnxl. PuamwIoii given Immediately Call Ml 47
'Iftet'Uth treot,oral law udlcu of Juilgo.liouitotj,
2IM i hapllneNtrect. mi!*1
JMIE MISSES DODDRIDGE
Mill rwutno their Chunofl lit
MUSIC, DRAWING AND 1'AlSTING,
Mouilny, Nopl, I HI li*
Btudln-KrnukMii lux. llulldlng,35Twelfth street.
te?!doiiw, 15 ulilo Htret. n-1
YyAHNING TO ALL
That no money duo ino on uny iitamllng nccounUliould
lit) paid to anybody but myself. Drlvcraart
uthorl/ed tocollcct for ctxil on deliver)*, but at no
iuic afterward*.
JOSEPH WK1LVRU,
*ol ("ml Merthant. '
g \SE BALL
!. Jennings II. II, C., ?r I'itUlmrgli, l'u..
Against
STANDARDS !
it New Fair Around*, Friday and .Saturday, Sept.
.hI and '.M. (Jai*u called at 3 M.
Adml'Mnn 25 renin. rcl
WOK CINCINNATI. LOUIS-, rr>
V VIUK ASl> lNTEKMKl>lATKi?gE?
UINT8, the Commodious PaiwJiigec 1
Mourner
B1DNEV ...? W. M. LlRT, Master,
,C. i). I<ikt, Clerk.
Till leave a* alhtvu ou SATURDAY .8EPTEUBER
!, it 3 o'clock p. M.
Tfto ldiify will run during low water In place of
,ho St. I-Rwrenee.
For freight or nawaco apply on board or to
ad ll. HOfrril SOX. Agonin*
V--? V'iii'wi
SCROFULA.
A. K. Loufeslv. of Atlauta, (In,, m)*i : 8. S. 8.
:ured ineof a violent cane or Scrofula which hud
Ailed to yield to nil other treatment,
CATAUUll.
8.8 S. for Catarrh U a sura cure. Cured menftfr
ill other treatment htul failed.
C. C. Li'iusa, Greeucastltr, Ind.
KCZK3IA.
Re*. W. J. Koblnson. member North Georgia Conorence,
says: "iliivu taken 8. 8.8. fora clear mo
)! Eczema. Eruption h?? disappeared. 1 am well.
K1IKUMAT1S3I.
Ono gentleman who whs contlned lo his bed MX
vkkkh with Mercurial Itheumatlam ha? been cured
vith 8. 8.8. entirely.
Cuius Ji Kerry, Chattanooga, Tetiii.
Tea thousand dollars would not purchase from
ne what 8.8. ri. lias effected in iny cure. I had Maurlal
Rheumatism. alxilte Thomas,
Editor of the Republican, Sjirio^rteld, Tenu.
SKIN' AM) BLOOD DISEASES.
J. \V. bishop, Hot Sprlngi. Ark., says: Know n
'otingman cured with 8. 8. 8. after the Springs mid
kmc tntdlcal treatment had failed?disease ne\cr
cturaed.
Three months Iiryc paued ilucc I quit lakln; 8.
I, S. I am cured: am certain H. S. 8. did it
T. 8. TacaAaT, Tel. Operator
S'tlaiiimiat, N. Y,
J. Wylle Qulllian, M. d? Eadeyi, H. C., kith:
tflerU4lngthreel?ottliBS.8. 8. ou cose Mood binojc
given up to die, am satisfied it will recover.
Our science has not made known a combination
qual to 8.8. S. for Skin or Klood DhciLMJS.
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LAUGHLIN JiUOS. Ji CO.,
cl Wholesale Agent. Wheeling. W.. Va.
A XX UAL STATEMENT
!3oar<l of' Education.
JOARD OF EDUCATION IS ACCOUNT WITH
SCHOOL FUND.
Amount of ordets drawn on Collector
froin Aug. 1,1SS1, to July 31, 1882 <55.418.2J.
EXPENDITURES.
FIRST U'ABU.
tepnlrj .. 5 -177 34
UCl .. ; 181 81
.'ontingencles.,., UW ->
'lirnlturuuud Apparatus,ROD 18
insurance 225 00
Feanhcrb' Salaries 6,141 W
lanltor's Salary.. '215 03
Total -S 7.705 60
SECOND AND THIRD WED.
Repairs 5 5? ?S
r'uel :..... 358 7l>
loiiilngeiicie.1 14'J 90
r'u'rnltuiennd Apparatus SO :w
tuumuce 255 00.
rcucliere' Salaries 6,145 W)
lanltor'* Salar} !!?{> CO
Total -rj 7,750 05
FuUKTlI WAHt>.
*opniis _... ?..S 522 8)
*Utl 2?7 7e?
JouUiiKcnclw 2W) fc2
'nniituic and App.-traUis 219 38
nsurance 2.W fiO .
I I'ftCIMTN MUdrtCS 0,5'ir> (II
suitor's Srtlaiy 2.0 CO
'lotal -$ 8,212 2G
FIFTH WABIi.
Repairs ...
'lid .. 1S3 0I
Aiiitiii?;ei|cip5 I:JG 05
'uriilturcbikI ^pparatiu 2,1W 17
nsurancc ;tuo (f0
rcueheta' solarlo*...... 1.IS5 00
Unitor'i* fcHlarr .i 110 00
Total -$ 4,303 lfl
fIX 'H WaKU.
lent S 'Jl 0)
tepitirs.... '' Ki 07
ucl .. 115 in
.'OIltltlKCIlCiW 14:5 90
'iiruliutUHiiU Apparatus .'?0 .?
iisuranco 17.' .r?o
renchvnt' SAlmlt* b,'07 07
tanlior's Salary 212 50
Total .. -3 f.,G37 OS
9XVESTH WARD.
tcpairs S 193 73
Uol .. .. 121 VJ
XmtluKcnclcs 132 45
"u'liUuie ami Apparatus 2>.6 4:1
nsurunio 159 50
feathers' salaries 4,7s* 00
laullor'n Salary 226 10
Total ?S 5,82!) 15
eighth war p.
lent _ i 120 00
tcpalrv 210 31
uel ISO ?J7
:ontlngcncle? 176 \%
nsuranco 225 i?
1'eacherV Salaries (J,MS 60
lanitor's SiUniy '<*72 to
Total _ -5 8,130 34
COLORED SCHOOL
te pairs .. ?...S 12 50
"Uel .... M M
I mtlngencie* 2t? 2.i
"urnltunnind Apparatus 25 :w
nsuraucc 18 oj
reachcrs' rtnlarie* 1,163 11
HiiUor'? Salary .. 125 00
Total -f 1,4*1 ?1
orrtc*.
lepaln .. ... 8 13 90
"uel 26 40
^nUngcnck* 95 M '
iinltor'sSrtlary .. 4S 00
tent .\ 150 00
Total ?5 3J? 12
nteieU on l-oan* ?. 219 35 j
(look* ami S.ationery SSO 51
Anting 1>7 50
Uiscvllaneous expense - 1,302 f3
ia-'aryof uillcera - 1.C06 42
salary of Teachers ol Uerxaau.. 1,405 25
Total.,,,,, ?J 4.S32 21
*55,448 Z)
The Item of miscellaneous orpenso Include* S77S
for new lkmnl and 1 ibrary room*, and 8:00 for
aklcg census. Kesp* ctlully submitted,
H. H. Ht.NUl.tTON, Clerk.
BOARD OF EDUCATION IN ACCOUNT WITH
UUILD1NG FUND.
Amount of orders drawn on Collector
Irom Aug. 1,1881, to July 31,1882. 531,087 27
EXPENDITURES.
cosstrccuon or nrni ward school.
Amount raid contractors-......$29,874 P0
Amount i?Hld architect.. ... 84S 41
Stone bwe for feuee 436 vo
Iron fence - - 75
Building ?P rwtr wall .... CO OU
Kxtra plumbing.... 126 35
Paving In front and In yard.... 422 00
' radlng ynr - 21 00
Wire Screens -J SI 00
Numbering A lettering doors- 16 00
Urge bell - - 210 21
Window blinds .. 21
Water closets - 932 21
-133,416 27
Interest on loans .. 245 0J
Taxes refunded 6 00
Co*u of plan /or addition .to '
Seventh Ward School 20 00
* Totnl ...... I33.4S7 r.
Rcspcctfully sibmltttd.
scl H. H. 1'KNDLKlpy. Clerk.
Bill heads, letter h eads. ac.For
ueat Bill Iletdi. Letter Head*, Not*
Hea4i, C*r?'i.Ac., no to Ujo Dillj IutolllgencerJob
Offca * "
DRY QOODfi-GKOi Hi TAYLOR.
1882.
NEW FALL
?AND?
WINTER
SUITINGS!
Wo lmrc jnst opened full lines of
Ladles' Suitings in
FOULE CLOTHS,
EXCELSIOR CLOTHS,
GILBERT SUITINGS,
TOURIST CLOTHS,
RASHMFRF TWIIIS
COLORED CASHMERES, &c., &C.
In all the Xotr and Clioico Similes.
Geo. R. Taylor.
J
i
Plushes
-AND-,
Velvets!
OUR NEW STOCK!
Brocade Plushes, I
Striped Plashes,
Plain Plushes,
Plain Velvets, 1
Stripsd Velvets, s
Brocade Velvets,
i
In Black and all tlio Now Colors,
comprising tlie Handsomest Stock
we liavc ever offered.
All now 0]icn and ready for inspection.
Goo. R. Taylor,
(
]
V
BLACK .
DRESS SILKS.
Being convinced that the celebrated
Bonn'et Silks are the'
best imported, we have decided:
to keep constantly on hand a:
full linn nfld vnnnmmnnil 4a mm
1UU 11U0 GllU i DuUlliulGUU III UUl
customers as being preferable
to any oilier make, Oar stock,
with present additions, is com-'
plete, and prices fully as low as
retailed in New. York,
Other makes of Black Silks
on hand we will offer at reduced
prices to close them out,
Geo. R.Taylor.
?B2! v
DRf OOOD81
THE CELEBRATED
IS THE HE8T.
RRWARR OF IMITATIONS I
PRICE $1.
koi: 8ai,i: by
J, S. RHODES & GO,,
CASH 1)I!T (JOOIM I10USK,
1152 Muin Street.
nnTO WHEEL!<0, W. VA.
TP, A RnnTnT?,"Kr
Dry Goods Store
llio MAIN ST.
GREAT CLEARING SALE!
Owing to Dissolution or Co-partnership,
eutiro Slpck Is be Closed
Out
Regardless of Cost!
6AI.E TO C0MS1ENCB
SATURDAY MORNING,
auu conunue until mriuer nonce.
MARSHALL & GO,,
EASTERN" DI1V GOODS STOKE, '
XllO IMtAXIV SrX\
)> "
DRUGGISTS.
A WORD IN SEASON!
Provide yourself with a boltle of GUNDY'8
CHOhEKV AND OIAHRIKKA MIXTUKK. You
nay teed it ilttier at home or abroad. 1'rico 25
Muiu. Prepared and sold by
LOO AN A CO..
Druggists, Bridge Comer,
Errors in Drinking and Eating,
At this son*on, more limn any other,'a<e apt to
rive trouble. An ercellout corrective and preventive,
is Logan it Co's
PUKE ESS. JAMAICA GINGER.
There is nothing better in the innrket. Price 25 ct&
Prepared und kold by
LOGAN Jf CO.
A Happy Feature
in the IIOMKSTKAD PILL*. found ln.no other.
xmxlMs iii the i^eof fill* of dlR'crentrtzcs. im fouud
neuuhbox. There I* great advantiige sometime*-,
n sraa 1 doses frequently repeated, as in some
ormsof Lira Complaint, Cwtlveneis. Ac. Then
oo. children and some grown j>ersons, who cannot
>ke larger pills, will readily take the miailcr ones
if which four or five are equal in fi'.rcugth loan orlinnry
pill. <>b*erve al*o. that there are r orty fills
in each bo*. So that the Homestead lllls are not
llllv tllA liMt bill thn /.?K.iuu.vt Pill* In ?t.?
ipedal IdiectioMRo with each lint, showing how
jo use thorn ?s ft (negative, lor Liver Complaint, for
Habitual Costlveae.-* Ac. Price 25 cents. Sent by
nail on receipt of price. Prepared only by.
LOGAN & CO.,
Jyl7-p.tvr Druggist*. Wheeling. W. Va.
STRICTLY PUKE OIL
DP PENNY 110YAL FOR M0SQUIT0E8.
PERSIAN INSECT POWDER
FOR YEKMIN AND ROACH POWDER
FOR ROACHES, AT
EDMUND HOCKING'S, Agent,
PUARM4CY,
an:tl No. 1 Odd Fellows' Hall.
SAVE l'OUH 1'EETJl.
For whitening the teeth and healing the gums
ISC the 31 AC; IC TOO MI I'OU'IHiK. It contains
no adds, anil will not injure the cnnmcl.
Prepared by
au18 R. H. LIST, 1010 Main Street
THE EXCKI&10K ItAKIXti l'OWDER
Is pure and always reliable. Afclt your grocer for
iL Sold wholesale and ictuil by
lv. n. 1.101, .?iuiuum;uircr,
"?1S 1010 Main Stn-ct.
JEWELRY AND WATCHES.
IHITIAL LACE PINS!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
of new designs just received and for sale at
reasonable priccs, at
DILLON'S JEWELttY STORE,
aulO 1223 Market Street.
*A New Discovery. jfagr
It h?? linn h*n tun**e<l thu
II *hiay,it ?.??hopeletttocip?tany
It hair. Thli it ertoaeuut, ?e ba*e "*" 1
1 wownhaircn hurulrolt of beadt
? that were ?Ured lue ? "billiardaall."
Thi* cat It nlcrotcopic
?lew of the follicle ami Pirilu from I
?hl;h the hair grow*. It will read- *1
. iljr U *ecn that though fteliatr It ?*? ? H
Cone fromIhc Miifare.it li Mill alive 1
and healthy beneath the Kalp, ami
it only prevented from crowing by _ 1 ..
the contraction of the follicle in Co?tr?cUo?. 4.?
which ItihouU grow. The young
hall it ?ill alive ami htalthy.l-ut ,
canaoc force iu way through the ..Tfci> /
harJcrvM. until the Mirftce it toft. N?WIl*lr^ >?f
rnel by the Ghowrk. Thetlituet /
Own abwrtnhe hair food (akin to li
manure in the ?rgetaWe wot I<1), li
the weak Ufa httlmulitrtl. ami Ibc The PaoIIU 0-/-S
hair ttartt oa a fmh growth. . /
GROCERIES AND TOBACCO.
Holo A^outH Fur
KDRSE-KEAO TOmCCSI
S.BAMNS
UKAIXJIIAKTKIIS f'Oli
Mackerel, Late Hei'rinfi,
And tho Celebrated Unglorcd
Maddux Aurora Coffee!
And a Full Lino of
Schlittle's, K Irk's and Proctor ?fc (InmbloVi
SOAPS.
We sell LOWER, carry tho most complete
nud largest stock in the Stute.
SILVER LAKE FLOUR BOUSE,
join
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
I take pleasure in annouBcing to my old patrons
ami to the trade generidly, that, Mticc the late llr*?
at tar cstafalkhtiunt, 1 Imve thoroughly renovated
ray buildings, mid mi io\v prepared to oiler at
large and vat led a stock 'of general groceries and
provisions as cai lie found in Hie tilate. These
goods are all new nnd eattfully selected.
My <iwn turenf tholte smoked monts delivered
direct from my Pork Home at Almuhesler.
1 Iihyu been appoints' solfngent In the city for
the following leading specialties. tie:
Kuiulbid Chemicul Works' Renowned
Yciifct Powder in Kottlcs.
r.J. miter's trullinillcrsmul I'reseryes.
Frank Siddal's Wonderful Soup.
Ward's White Ilorax Soap.
Ward's Electrifying Soap.
McN'ainara's (Jlory Tobacco.
McAlpin's Onward Tobacco.
Wcyinan & Kros'. Celebrated Pittsburgh
Smoking Tobacco.
DuPont'fl Sporlins, liifle, Alining and
Masting Powder.
FAMILY AM) HAK Kits' FLOUR.
UcConncllsville (.'old Sheaf Patent Flour,
Rest in tlie market.
Silver Star?taker's Flour.
Daily Rread?linker's Flour.
31. REILLY,
WHOLESALE GROCER & PORK PACKER,
Nos. 1309 and 1311 Main Street,
jySO Wheeling, W. Vu.
NEW I882JMCKEEL.
Two cars of 1SS2 new catch mtuJcerel, all sizes. Just
received.
A. Car of" Pha?nix Flour,
lu barrels and bags, received daily. The beit made.
Try it, anil you will have good bread.
Now Potomac Herring;
ill Htock.
Largest stock of GROCERIES IK WEST
VIRGINIA.
fOS. SPEIDEL &, CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
my25 1416 Main and 1417 South atrocta.
QUGAR.
14 POUNDS GOOD BROWN SUGAR
FOR
A. DOLLAR!
AT
SMYTH'S.
AVarrnnlert XJurc.
an 12
TAKE NOTIOR!
HVE-A-SOHST'S
FRUIT J A Its, UNION* JAR5*, JELLY
GLASS ICS, KG A LI.ON STON K JARS,
l-GALLON STUNK JARS, It,00(1 GALLON
STONE WARR. at.
GEO. K. McM ECU EN'S,
null) . 1300 Market St.
THUUBJCU'aJ
SHREDDED OATS,
GRANULATED TAPIOCA,
SAGO, WHEAT, FARINA, OAT MEAL
and their celebrated Potted and Canned
meats for gummcr use, at
anl!> McMECHKN'fl. litSG Mnrkot St.
NEW SPRING GOODS
C. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now in Stock a Full Line ot
Fancy and StapleWoolens
IJOTII FOREIGN A>'D DOMESTIC,
Wbioh we oner at
Prices that Defy Competition,
Other Woolens at lowest prices. "We cjirry
the largest line of goods in the city, and our
Get Ups are First Cltvsu in every respect.
A. FULL LIKE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
Persons desiring anything in our line will
find it to their interest to examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
C. Hess Ac Sons,
mh9 Cor. Main and Fourteenth 8ta. I
bwoiu using arm dsiho.
|-i/ ' ?ud not applied the Crower'.Hit a few BEPORI
In rtki.w'.ica new hair cctnnvenrcJ to crow I tnmtr
II I o?tr all t lat part of myl.ml ?hich wit laUl, Grower l
'J I *rut i dow lure at gondaheaitftf hairatatir- dutd ? 1
J t?ly. M.II. SlULBY.Clftflii;'!,O. R. M. I'l
|| Askyour Druggist or Barber to get it
W direct nnd tho Grower will be sent p
should uoo It. BENTOH HAIR CROW
DPT OOODf..
stone&Thomas.
J 1 liccclvcdn Tlilril Slock of Those
RICH BLACK SILKS
At i!5, $100 mid 00, clii'ap at ."3 pel
cent more, that luivu liml hiicL a ruu.
Also u Full l.lue ol llouiitiriil
Summer Sills,
IN ALL SIXAOHS.
MORIES, SATINS, SURAHS,
*
Lice, Iiimtliigs,
Nun's Veiling, Cashmeres,
Will(o (foods, Fine Thread,
Hosiery uiul Underwear
As l'retty lis .Silk, ele., etc.
Iteiiutil'iil Summer Silk at 47 l-'Jc.
A GltKAT UAI1GAIN.
OU? HTOCIC OF
Carpets, Velvets,
Tiipcstrys, Ingrains,
Hugs, Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and
Luce Curtain (ioodn
la Jusurpasgcil by any in the Ciiy.
PRICES LOW
zflV tfK ^ A?? mtm Aau I
biitsap buumer.
Wc place on sale to close out a Inrjro
variety of Seasonable (Joods, marked
down .'{0 to 50 per cent.
| The Cheapest (Joods ever shown?toiler's
Host Percales ?t 12 1-2 cents; yard
wide Cambrics S cents; Lawns 5 to 8
cents; Hemiiants half their cost. So briii?
along your cash and examine Tor yourselves.
STONE I THOMAS,
1030 Main Street.
mv25 . '
FURNITURE, CARPETS,AC. ,
HEADQUARTERS FOR
H -wFBttawu b VfiiGa
jSJST)
CARPETS!
f- ?1 ? Wo are Jurt In receipts
F m
E III III 113 I u ISIDEBOARDS and WARDROBES.
| Otir.Ncwr Pattern* are n?m
S^rnnfO !>> embracing MOQUKTTES,
B X n I 11HIN: vur,vi?rs, Brussels, t\UIII
|J u IU I l'ESTRY and 1NGRALN&
Pa ^ f. Our .assortment of Run I* Tory
Stf !S fit 0 I foflWi t'tnbmoIriK SMYRNA,' VKLnlflU
MOSQUhTTES, BRUSSELS,
1B U w U I TAPESTRY. and many othom.
Linoleum Oil Glottis!
All widlliH and Standard Makes.
Window Shadesiil
rattenis lor Stores iiud Private Dwellings.
Rattan GMrsfes-I
a lull lino of Uie Wakefield and iky wood Bros.
Folding Chairslsll
the three leading factories of tliu country.
Chamber Sefslsal
pQrinr Qoio1
rdllUI 'OclSis?rK:
any other house in the city.
UNDERTAKING.
Constantly on hand all thclaia.1 styles. MKT ALIO
CASKETS, CASKS anil WOOD COFFINS
famished oa ?hort notice.
FRIEND & SON.
mli2S
pASSAGE TICKETS. " ,
Occan Passage Tickets to nnil from Europe
at lowest rates issued by
II. F. PEHRESS,
atiK 17. '-'217 Market gtront.
'l ?v
ience<l the uh of IKoton't lltir vctti. l an now stow ;
ilout il* wetkf Unce. Itblipro- inn ? cooil heiTl of
.fvviiDict;. rrovrn of hair. Ih?lr. I>. I'KTHJTK*. I
KINCH. jtl-icwpcci St. ClcreUnJ. |cinrimml. Ohio. \
: for you, or the money cnn bo sent to U? '
repnld.v Price, *1.00 per Bottle. Lndlco '
ER CO., 334 EuoM Avenue, Cleveland. 0
EDUCATIONAL,
A NNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
WHEELING FEMALE COLLEGE!
This Institution will opcti its Fall Term Wed not*
day, HeptcuitcrCth. Tlio Faculty rcmiln tliewnie
ni lo>t year with tbo ciciptlon of tlicaiipohiiiiient
of Mini F. A. Mnn.li,?f lltlca, N. Y? lotbeclmlrif
JlHtlienmtloSHiid I ntlii.
l'iof. WuMoiiuir Malmeno,nt one Union Undent
of tli? Itoyul Institution ol Ueilln. k1k> u i iipii in
the Uoyal Conservatory of 1'hi Ij?, iiml 11 KDMlintie In
uuulq from tlio Uulvi-ndty ot Cambrl^e. KinjUiul,
IrnA been Hii|tnlliled Musical ]>lrcctor, I'rof. Mnj.
menu will hiako Vocal Cultnroand I imio Conn*.*!*
linn h specialty.
I>iirlu* ihe rnc4tinu the College Iiai been ihor?
ou*W)y renovated, aud now prvkvuUa liv?hnn<l attrucllvtuippearaiiie.
Tvrui* very moderate In hII the departments.
Fnrtituiofut* orothvr Itiforsnniltm itddiits the
I'rivldunt. MI:H A. TAYI.OK.
IJoaiid or TnuirrKts?Col. If. K. t.lit, deorn?? K.
Wheat, Moil. C. l). llubburd. U, 0. I.l?t, K?o..
1.01, ii. ti. riuuuurd, J. N. Vanve. li* |.. Joseph Ik-Vl',
K*q . Ilr. T. H. l^-ui, Augxi?tns I'nllork. Huh.
a. W. Ctnipboll, C. \V. tlrockunlcr, K.q., t'npi,
John McLurt'. Jn*ie* Muxwell. Fx]. mi'.'t
WESTERN
MARYLAND COLLEGE,
Fur Students of IKotli Sfxm In Sqmralo
Dcpaituicnls,
Organised umlar Ilia *u?pkt* of (ha MclhudUt
I'roteMnnt Clniteli, 1M>7.
Incorporated by Act of Aweuibly, 1M>8.
Oteujutione of thft u>ost bcAUdfiil Mid lit allliful
Mtialnthe Stuto. Kecvlvw.i tintiim) ui>pr<>)irlitt|iiii
fiom the l.cgDinture for the Free Iwmni i f oiivMii'
dent fnun cHCh Senatorial Dhtilct. Provide* u
comfnrtiiblo loom for em-h t\vo?tudiiitii. Him u full
01 ! ? of competent InMructora. (otirro 01 ?tudy
Mtniilc mil l borough, both lu the I'rpptrw'oiy uml
(.ollijjtiiio I>i|nrtmenti I Uciplliu' i-tiltt, but
kind. Tortus Vcir wadernte. A ?clio:nr>hlp of
Thru# Ycnr*' Tuition for 1109. and (to Undents Imviiiu
such MtotorshfjO Ho.u?f, Room. Uimlifni' Fuel
ami Light Ht.tho Mto of JIM.67 per y?ur. Il.u
h> cu In Kiircctsflll o|h'rHllou for 1ft jeaih.
'I ho Thirty ?r>t Seiul-Annual ?l?tt bculnsHepl.
ath. 1WJ. ?nd ends Jan "litW IW*. For Cttlnlocuonud
further Inform ?tlouaddrm
J.T. \VAi:i>. I?. It.. I*r(sl<l4<tif,
mil* . W'^tinliiUtrr, Mil.
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS!
SECURITY, MoTHF.KLY CARK, (1001) IU)A1U>
1XU, DhLKiHTFI'L UH'ATIUN AND
REASON A ltLK ClIAUUKS.
m\ 1)E CIIANTAJJ ACADEMY,
NEAR WHEELING, W. VA.
The thirty-fourth jenr of this well known M'hoo
for girls, nndor the ehurve of thu Hotel* of tho VIniunion,
opens on* tho FIRST MONDAY OF HKlJ'TKMRKRncxt,
mid continue ten month*,
I'u pits received at aujr time In the session.
Those Whodwtlte to tilauH tlu>lMlniioi<w.M.i.?
stltutionnllordlnK exceptionally ?n?<>fiud vantage* lu
tlio way of healthful and ?'?llulilful Icm-hiIoii, excellent
board. thorough <tlse!t?)liiu and instruction,
at thchandaof Ilfe<U(i>iE leiu'hotn. In every department
of ftnmlo educaiUm, Inc.lndlnx the modern
Imiuuiikcs it it I music, at 'very rcacoiiable mien,
should wild forac?t>d<'Sue of thiSK-hr-ol. AdrtresH
UIIUiCTUKsa OK THIS ACaI'KM V
OK THE VISITATION,
MT. DEOIU.stai.,
Jy.M-DAw NearWhwding, W. va.
J^EMALE SCHOOL AT
Tlio National Capital
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 1). CAEELL will op?n a Female
School at the National Capital, h Select Boarding
and Day School for Ynunij Indies, on the TIUItl>
WEDNESDAY in SEPTEMREK, hi the hnlldlnr
at present occupied by Mrs. M. K. Areher's School
ou Fourteenth street Mr. and Mm, Cabell wll bu
assisted by a complete corps of MnMeiv, wild ever*
facility will be ailbrded to students in advanced
classes, while the preparatory department w ill ru?
cclvemost thorough attention.
The modern languages will form a prom'.neat
feature of the school. Kor Inll particular* \tddrcw
tlw Principal. WILLIAM D. CABiCLL,
apr*2t)DSWAW 1114 M. St. N. W., Washington. />. C'.
Linsly Institute,
WHEELING, \\\ VA.
School year opens September 4. A llbemlly endowed
lusdtuuon for tin;education of IJOYrt AN1>
YOUNG MEN. Full corps of experienced ami
competent teachcrs. Sitecial opportunities fur apt
studenU to ftdvanee mpidly. Individual liihtmetlou
for dull and backward boys English, Classical
and Scientific courses. A select piimary department
for small boys. Students arc prepared
lor college, Ihc higher tchoolsofscicneeor business.
Boys prewired at the Llnsly Institute *ru
now in the best colleges in the country. Hoarding
will beseeured for pupils from a distance. Terms
reasonable. Forfnither i>arllenlars address
A. It. WHITEIIILL, M. A.,
no23 Principal.
pnmnnnli rriuir
crisourflL rtMALt INSIIIUIt,
WINCHESTER. VA.
Itev. J. C.VlH'iU, I?. !>., rriticl'iiti.
This In h chartered Institute <rf the ld? nc?t crude.
with u full corpso( well qutt'lflcd toavlu rs. biaxial
facilities are ulloidctl (ur the fctudy 0/ 'music, W?o
modem languages. Ac. The terms nrc uuxh-mtu
com pure* I with iho advantages enjoyed. Tlie loin*
tlen In the "Great Valley of Virginia" In noted for.
hcnlthfulnesH. The'Jth annual session begins Rcpt.
13,18Si For circulars address tbu Principal, lieferencea:
the Bishop anil Clergy of Vltgiula, West
Virginia ami Maryland. nn2-D.?w
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY,
The next session begins SEPTEMBER Cth, ISM.
Tkk SmiuTB School*, Including School lllt*-tory
and .School of English, Full tourscs in l.aw
auil Medicine extending throughout the session..
Enlarged facilities for study of Physical Scleueen
and hclentlfle Agriculture; completely cqulpj?.ld
chcmleal labratory. Thoroughnames in -tieient
and Modern languages and literature. Textbookn
at cost. NcecMarv expenses not over 8175. For
catalogues and other information add>esH
W. L. \s ILt-ON, President.
sufi Mnreatitown. \V. Vn.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
- NINE departments of study; text Itooks furnished
AT COST; calendar arranged to suit teachcw; expenses
for one year from 8175 to S"J00;lion-sectarian,
liberal, thorough. Fall term begins SEPTEMBER
7. 1SS1. Attendance last year (rain iScoutilles of
West Virginia and from 8 States and Territories.
Number of.student* larger than for tea years previous.
"Forcatalogues and other informatloa apply to
the Acting President, D. B. 1'UiUNTON, Morgan*
town. Vest Vr. mvl'2
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, .
DEI.aWa HP nuiA
An'Institution of the highest grade; n'.noilg the
lirst college* K???C or West. Necwsary annual exiKinse
excepting for clothing, as ?lv^u by n-veral
hundred young men, under upen to both
fcexeB. Ladies under P|iecial sUjU'rvialon at Slonuett
HftlL ConeervHtory of Minie, Art department.
Preparatory department, Normal, IIUMtiesx and
English and other bpevia) countcx, together with
three regular college courses. For catalogue adi
rcss C. H. 1'AYn K, President. ]y/7
WESLEYAN FEMALE INSTITUTE,
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
Opens September 20th, IWfci. One of the Flint
Schools for Young Ludles in the United State*.
Surrounding* beautiful, Climateunsurpassed. Pupils
from eighteen bUtes-Tcrms among the hot
In the Union. Itoard, WasUlng, English Coumv
Latin, French. Gcman, Instrumental Music, Ac.,
tor Scholastic year from September to June,
For Catalogues write to
REV. AM. A. 11A KIUS, 1). I)., P res'I.
jyn-MWF.tw Staunton, Vo.
ST. GEORGE'S IIALL, AX UXSU1U
piussed Hounllng School for lUiys and Yonni;
Men, Kelstcrtown, Italtimoro county, Maryland,
prepares for the Universities and Colleges, or IIuhIuess.
8275 a year. Prul. J. C. K1NKAK, A. M.,
Principal. Circulars with references sent.
jylO-mw
INSURANCE.
JUDGE FOR YOUIiSEI.F.
Compare Assets, 1882,
Ulutual Lite insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK,
lu louud number* ?81J 1,000.000
N'ew York Life 47,UW),('00
N'ew England Mutual ifi.uwi.ooo.
I'oiin Mutiiul
Mutual UcneJit .. Si>*(fOu)uOO?
In ratio of iniinnKcraciit expoiue* to total lucoiti.
[or 1882, compart1 the
Mutual Life Ins. Co., or X.Y.,?1-10 ptr ct
with the
S'ew York J.lfe....... i-> o in
Sow KliKldtid Mutual..-.....;.... in y.,0 ,'Cr..LC"1
Menu Mutual.. Z Z 5 4 o
MutuHi Beneut.. 5.J0 ..
Which are the Lowest Kales i
Annual Premium for an InMiranco of 81,OW), W.
M111 llltl r.ifolllG f'n nfV V 6a.i III
New York Life 8*
New England Mutual *? rjj
Penn Mutual .... " .? ?
Mutual Benefit . % ou
For other comparisons and Information, call at
i'KTKiWON'H AGKNOY,
mrl5 not Mam Slrurt.
Something njck von a\a, kkaKONl
, Lemonade AUava Koidy. Fifteen G !*>*. * lh"
llcloua lemonade for a cent*.
ITkauu Maick)
? _A_ Q 'U .A. O I rJT
I? prepared from l?*t McjJua I In ronreiitrated
form ami mi'vcrlft'il Mi**r. n?l will make a
bettor and morv dolicl<?iihtov-iraK?i ut le^. <r*t ihnu
tomimado prv|>urcd In iimiuI way. lUNiuiilni; iu.UiInelmi
wnUT. it Mil bKlinUiilly nude. Just the
Ihlng (or liMirh??i pioiilca, uxcm*|oii* mid fr nlly
uia one trial of It and you wIlL to (tmvinml or
lUuauftilne* and oonvenlcncf. Price u?r ruckirc,
25cent*. A*k yourRnxx-r for It.
2V. HCUXJLZ,
au^ Vholesule Agent.

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