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THE INTELLIGENCER,
Published dally (HundayiextMptcd).
riiinr ? cuFiiiLU ....... I'uonti irons.
At No*. 2ft mid 23 Fourteenth fUuet.
TSRMfl OK DAILY:
One copy one ye*r...|8 00| Three montlu 12 00
Bit mouth*. 4 001 Out- month 7ft
DcllTercd by carrier* In city, 16c j?er week.
TKKM8 OF 8KMI-WKKKLY t?
Ouo year 43 001 Hit tnonthJL....;.....?Jl 60
TKKMH OK WKKKt.Y:! /_ '/ V
One year..-..--. It WJ | six month* tl 0C
( real reduction* to CluU. Bend for wtnplc con
and cliculaw. Adilrai,
FKKW ii OAMi'ilKl.L,
Whtelipij, II*. la.'
(Kntcrv<l at the IVMtoOicu at WhcelliiK. VY, Va., aJ
fitjlid elm* umtliT.)
~WHKfcl.l.NU. W. VA.. MKl'TKMIlKK*?.' 1M2.
' run Luaiiitr.a%
riiwrinvmicr.
flRX'L NATHAN COFK.fnf lUrrUoii county.
bkcond l-utk ct,
x JOHN W. MAHON, of Taylor county.
kol'rtk uimtt it,
Hon. OKOROK loom IS, of W ool county.
huntbim in Washington county,, l'a., re
port squirrels Marco.
Tiik Augusta (Me.) Journal Bays tha
Maine never was bo popular in that Stati
iih now.
Tiik prowwcin for .Bethany College tlii
coining notion (Ocl. lat) are said to be ver;
encouraging
<5??i\ Imwtku 1m ronortctl as Bayihg thu
the temperaneu issue is the absorbing topi
throughout Ohio.
Wjikat, $1; eoru, UOe; oats, 35c; liny, $S
potatoes, 40c; new eorn, 8c per dozen; but
tcr, 2oc, and eggs, 14e at Washington, Pa
Tnk prolongation of the strike at Pitts
burgh is haviug a discouraging effect oi
loual huHiuess, especially the wholesal
and retail grocery trade.
SoiJMKit lius come and gone, and left us
at least in thispartof the country, the mow
bountiful crops ever perhaps since its set
tlement.? U'ayii/nl/ur^, I'a., Jirpubliciiri.Tiib
Washington JZramincr reports Col
Boyd, the genial and jolly old - Scotcbniai
who was to havo put the llempfleld exten
sion through, os saying that he cxpects~b
finish it yet. This is all true, no doubt
l??tf it iki luKvinon tlm f!nl. pninpu nf'? vor
long-lived stock.
We hail u pleasant cull yesterday fron
oar Nalued Republican friend and com*
pondent, T. N. Parks, Eeq., a young am
promising attorney at Middlebourue, Tyle:
county. He feels very hopeful of GolTi
prospects in that county. Also of the elee
tion of Anthony Smith to the donate fron
that district, and thinks that Hon. W. 1
Boreman will be nominated for the Ilou&
of Delegates.
We are under obligations to Col. Franl
A. Bnrr for a copy of his book entitlei
the "Life and Achievements of Gen.Jatne
A. Beaver," the Republican candidate fo
Governor in Pennsylvania. It is one'o
the many literary productions that nr
passing under the hand of the Colonc
these dayp, and is a very interesting u-ork
It has had a wide distribution in Pennsvl
vanlft during the present canvass. c-.
As Ohio render tells us that ltoss Alex
ander is oulv a mild type of a Demodral
kois ought to stop all such talk. 11
might not even get the Democratic .vole
a uall as it is, if that impression. gets out
It is bad enough to be beaten 3,051 vote
without swelling it from the Democrat)'
r.inks. We insist tliat Mr. Alexande
shall not bo buried under such an ever
lastiug avalanche.
Wnutvd?O III re.
It is astonishing how many people ii
this country, old and young, men and wo
meu, want to make their living by an ap
pointment to an oilice of some sort; Tin
roge for these appoiutmants knows no em
or any let up, as the following advertise
ments from the Wasnihgton, D.
publican will show:
"\X7"ANTi:u-slTi;AT,os'-n>'a y?,mR n,ftu
VV ill UittUurcnu offtiiitltiK uiul hiigruvliig
to lc.iiti pUic p iulluc, for winch 1 will fcive u
any pcrsou securing l) Address U. K., Sta
oltfcu. ?'*.
-T- III KRAI, COMMISSION* will bo rnl.l f?rHnv
1 1 eri.iiieiu Department. Addrew "lluslutui,'
Kc?.uollean olllce.
A YOUNG LADY of culture vvouUli like a pwl
Xi. tluu iu otic ol the Departments, nod w'oun
give u Rood |?erceutage of her Kdlary 10 one \vh
would procure her a posit on. Audms> U. W., C
Republican olllce.
"TXyANTKU-WUl Rive SiCO. in lurpc iiistuli
VV ments, for u situation In one of the Go>
criuuciit Department*. Address T. 1,. A Itcput
lleati olllce. . !
fpt-1 A LADY?with Rood'endow
^JIUU meutawlii give $10) fur a good, jtei
nja.:?u iu jmmiiIou in one of,the department)
Address K. U. Republican olllce. -TTTT-ANTKU-UY
A YOUNG LADY?With bes
,V V of reference*, a pualtlou in oue of luo Dt
pirtuieuta, for wnich 25 per cent of satory will, b
liatd a* long a* retained. Addrc-rf Maud, Critic olllce
"TXyiLLgive tlfty dollar* ronh and '2.Vpor, cen
V V ol salary uk long a* retained to uny persoi
procuring u e a position unjer the Government
AJdresi Money, Republican olllce.
or more for a position In one o
^P<SuV-/\^ the Departments,by a person witl
a eiaiiu iiixiu the Government. Addicts "Q,1
Republican < lllce. j?-n : !
and 10 percent of the salary wil
vp^liWU beglveu for a situation in oue o
Uio i/kp^iimeiita. Addas* "conlidenic," thl
olllec.
"TTPTTANTBD?A Udy who can Rive testimonial
VV of unquestionable character < ml c? pubic o
filling any position Riven to ladle*, will pay 30 pe
ceiuof salary fora jKwitlon In one of the Govern
meut Department*, rt HshliiRton. Addrew D. a. M(
lUltlinoie I'ost OlUCtf, Baltimore, MJ. , .
ONKTILIRDof salary will he pnld for a bi tun
lion, mh watchman or messenger in one n
tou De^r.rtmcnta. Addiis? "OiuMhird," RGpuli
These advertisements are nothing mori
nor less than offers to bribe .somebody o
supposed*influence with the.beads, of bu
reuus or departments at \Va3luugtou tolHC
cure the desired appointments. It is wel
known that threo or four hundred appoint
mvjnts are to be made in the Interior De
partment shortly, to look after the largel;
increased pension rolls, and there ; if'i
great pressure, especially among women
to secure these places. A Washington cot
respondent, seeing these advertisement'
called on an experienced gentleman in th
matter of appointments to office, and hn?
the following conversation with, him aUon
these overtures. Ho asked whether shun
lions were reallp obtained in this way:
"In many cases they are/' he replied
"though how many, of course, is only con
jecture."
"Are thero persons here then who inula
a business of getting places for j>av ?"
"Yes," he answered; "I myself h'avo tin
name ot one man who does that as a Imsi
nwffl, and I am iuformed that there un
others." . ,
"And how do they accomplish this; hov
do they get the positions for which the;
obtninpay?"
"That is a mystery," was the roply
"Some of them doubtless have lurge per
sonal influence, and others probably obtaii
the inlluenco of members of Congress am
others to assist them, and perhaps in somi
eases the same influence which prompt!
them to ask the position prompts othera
in power, to aid in getting iu"
Mr. C. B. Doty while East was on hii
native health, Wareham, Mass., where Mr
Spaulding was born also. Jloth of thes<
gentlemen learned their trades there; an:
at that time Wareliam inailo more naili
than any city in the United Suites, bin
now not more than 4,000 kegs a week ar?
tnado there. The West is far ahead of tin
JCastin nail making.?SteubnmlU Ga:<tle.
MOXO.MMM \ nil'XTV.
Iml oloroil Cmiiii* Itdiitlvo
llnrul iiutHioori lU'Miillln^ riu>r< Iroiti,
('u it I ru build TriiilA'nrrit'il. oii>lkiili<
lleitl \otniiiiiil C'oiiiiueitfa?jinhuii Nuilil
nu III* \Rti?<Vjlralti. V "?
Editor* liitulllee'iiccr:
Gkouuetow'n, \V, \*A,t September 5.?Tlio
camp-nYci'ting of the M. K. Church, which
1 began li'cre";fui{??r lSth, closed on fjuhda~y
nifeht.' Tjurlnj; the liret week, tlio meeting
' wad.vcri'.^cll attended, andtlie miniat/jre
consider that it wiu a uucceM. At no time
were ilierll present iiiorO than'My colored
i pernum; but* the whitea iiiltoiided during
tlio lirHiiwuoklu great/number*. JJuritiK
: thy second week the attendance wua not
. ho great, partfv owing to tlio fact that the
novelty of tlio all'air li'ad worn ou^, hut
principally owing to the inclement weatlior.
On Sunday, August '20th,; the number of
|km#oiw present hu? been varioiwly eatimated
between twoinnd three thousand.
Though much ditsaflHfribtfon ' Was ex..riiov/.il
I>vmiinv'noMoHM whim it wim an
nounctd Unit-tint. edlored'people. were
.. yuiuuto haven capip meeting ,here, .and
though much evil Iiuh, undoubtedly
been.dono, yet, ' considered us
a,: whole, '*:l vro believe the' incutI
iny linn resulted in ^ooil . to Uie. race/ and
to many others whose laeeHjare white.
e The colored People have conducted themselves
well during the whole' time, but
thoko who prophesied that tuany acls of
8 pfctty thieving would be eoniuiittedby
f them, have found that they were very poor
prophets,and that' ulnmst every net'of the
1 kind has be?n fastened on persons of the
t other race. ' i: r
B There'were sermons preachcd,. language
used, figures of speech and' rhetoric employed,
and .' eloquence displayed that
, many preachers whom wo know i might
'5 attempt to imitate but in vaiu. .
The tricutiujf has had iv tendency that
will be felt for years, to break . down the
prejudice, which exixlatoward the African
race. ?i J-.-. >). r'
' 'llut another affair has .manifested itself
' iti un/ili H titfiiinfr flinf wm tini'v ilruu' im
u p.orlniit lessons from it. Herein Monbn(
piliicounty there' exists .not .ono whiskv
saloon; and', so far uh we know, it Is retaili,
ed'ftt only two drug stores in tho county,
i and tlmtstrictly for medical purposes. But
here for two weeks the: supply* of
whisky has U-eneqtt.il to llie demand." It
has not been sold publifclv; but'it has been
sold in such' a manner that every-man,
woman and child knows/. it; and not
i an ellort has been madu by. those who
. cluinor for prohibition to1 put a stop
to it.J
' Now, gentlomeu oi the prohibition per?
suasion, supnose you haveihe manufacture
p' and sale of ardent spirits prohibited in
West Virginia. The whisky which whs
sold here was not manufactured in this
State; and thiia far your* law is u failure.
Already1 the penalty for the salo is as
- htringent as is consistent 'with law. and
1 with reason. Now, whatwould you have
r gained had you had ' prohibition in West
Virginia?
The nomination of John W. Mason for
Coiigrts* is hailed with delimit by the Ite\
nnl>li<>!iiie nf lliiu i>nitr?tv. I It* in nnrt finr
own young men, andwekuow him. Indeed,
wo have heard- Democrats eny they
have hot decided thai they will not vote
for him, no matter what - inay Imj the result
of the "Grafton prayef meeting."
* Tnc^Democrats of this county met in
1 convention ^yesterday 'at-'Morgantown for
s the purpoao of.,nominating two. com uii-s*
r sionersof thp,.County - Court, a represonta
tive for the House of Delegate! and jtSen1
ator for tiie Eleventh i)istrioL Tlio only
e nomination -made was that of W. E. Wat\
sun, of Suiithtown, (or the Senate, It is
. not vet known whether he will accept.
'' Mr. JWatson .wuh defeated four years ago
l* by his prt-cut opponent, \V, C, MeGrew.
The Kepublican majority in this district is
about lj-tOO. No Democrats, seem willing
to face the majority in this county for any
u of the county otlices.
" We hear ii whispered that Alpheus Garc
rison, who wa* an independent candidate
i for Sherill shome yean* jears a^o, will be
:. an independent candidate for the House
8 of Delegates. .Marcus Junius.
c \r? i i
n r. itum i nut nuui 10 eiupjicu
r- from West Alexander, Clay8ville',Hure'eil#townTayl
ore to\vn, McDonalds, Canton's*
burg, Mon. City, West Brownsville, Proa*
, perky, Washington and: other poiuts in
l this county. It appears from, these .indications
that the producers have ircnerully
* concluded to accept the situation.? IIYu/i.,
- l'a.t Ktamintr.
i ? u
I
IIAftDEX?On WedneaUy morning. Sentemlwr
- G, lS^J, ul l:3io'clock. Jlr?. Kuzauetu II Hamulx,
lu the 77th your of her nge.
FuLcmK tervlcen will tic held at'her late residence,'
No. 51 Fifteenth "street, on Friday morning
. nt 10 o'clock. FHonds of the family are respcctj
fully Invited tonU"i:il. 'Inttfrincit prirate
' TI!AV liLliliS' li U1UK. '
' DKfAKTURK or TRAINS?WUKKLINQ TIM It
sua- . - ,
I [day, a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
J ?. AO. a. a ... tl:tf 3:10 1:55 o
r. si.
., teiiL 0. Dir......_ J:3C 11;00 11:16
i. W., 1'. ft B. Dlv &4G 1:30 5 10.,
.. A.M.
? Cloy. A Pitta .6:00 llUO ,1'M .{<:?
I\,0. A St. L. i* 5.' 6:32 8:5.' 1:57 1:17 V6?47
A. X. r. M. A. M. A. il.
- C?T. V.it W- ?9.".0 - ?j:a). 12.00 fi:00 S4:0C
iHKIVAL OP TKAiNP.
. " buu-p**"
liny. A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M.
g B.&O.'R. &.... 1*2:15 10:36 2:30 'J:20 ....
, 1 KM. A.M. A.M. A.M.
CcntO.Dlv frto 10:00 iW 10:15 .........
1 P.M.
? W.,P.<fcB. Dlv 7:5o 11:2) 0:2b.: ...
A. V. P.M. A.M.
Clov. A Fills... 11:10 6:0S 7*7
if A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P. if.
i P.;C. AKi. L- 11:0/ 8 5: 8:S7 11:02 A 01 7:17
P. M. P. M.
G?T.V.,tW. CS: 10*910:2? 2:25 ->5 00
1 t Daily oxcciit .SunUfty. r~
f J .Steubenville Acoorumodatlou.?This train clurs
ing tho day passed backward and forward between
Martlu'a Ferryftud B;llttlni; htomilug wheu required
, at the Shcrmau House, iEtnavIlic, West Wheeling
? and Gravel HILL i ,
' ? Massllon Accommodation
I *St. Cli?lR>vilIe Accommodation. '
, C., T.,-V.& \V. Trains run by,Columbus time.
" "YyHEKLING AND ELM GROVE R.R.
'' On and after ,MON*D(YY, jIJIA* 3, l>>Si.CHri on the
! Wheeling and Klw Grove JUllroad will ruii a# lollows.
leaving the city (corny r Klcveuth nud Market
? ttreeuO.ftHd ilomhrook'icl'atk. u- < ;
*0:W) A. K. " 1U.0U A. M. 1:J-J P. M. iT30 P. M.'
? ,7:10 " 'lifcSO 2.00 " C:l)0
7:30 .11:00. " - 2:30 " G.30 "
8:00 " " 11:80.'MX)" 7:80 "
ih-30' " 12:00M.sisj " : jjiOO-"
, 9.01 12:80 Mfe 4.10 ?r.( .,8 30 -V
: uso " j:oo -2?X?4 3o.,'? goo *
tf-ao '
' riuridiiyaoxtwatod. -i- s '
>- On ptliirtBystin /nirJftErK'rJcart will run every
ii 20 uiiuutod.fiom to
. | 'JCfe. KLCHP,
It ' fvl1 ' gnnoHntcniii'iit
; KRAFT'S
i DIARRHEA
liilil
The o?ly safe and certain eme for
i' Cholera,. Cholera. Morbus, Diarrlttea,
ltysenlarjy Colic.*, Cranqn, hniu\
' in?'r Coni]ila>nt>i?
[? Invaluable /or chlldnn duiiuc their S?w>d
Summer. Ihumj for u.Qte than twenty voan and
has never failed. N,o.enru uo pay. Price60 cents.
\ it. A. JlcCA II10 Si CO., Proprietors,
, jyl . WH>yi.lNO. \V.V\.
i; .fl?HXTa*AND' CAPS;" '
\ HflTS AND CAPS !
, .4 tr \j"f' 'H.'. !? ?t r+,1 .vr
. ,>y! . .,j$
Spring Styles
" ? uid:i ,i ;i i * j
NOW IN STOCK
[ GEORGE MATHM'S
i 1 -<v ^-'V- <
! 1322 MAllKET STREET.
mh!7
~ ADVERTISEMENTS. *
VVANTED TO 1 IKKTr-SIX v.SI 10W
TT". Cmm.. AftpljfloU, fcd. Mnitlel, fectemry
tto?t VIikIiiIA Fnlr AwwUtlon. - ' ? w7
JgASfi BALL^ : . J
STAllS, OR PAUKER8UUK0; W. VA .
t * AO A INhT
STAN DA 111)8,
At"Kutt'Ffttrar.mudOVWucidii>' Mowing'At 10
o'clock: Tliur*Ujr Miermxjii iSQ'cJotk.,
Ailmlmlnu W tf?K] ' ' 1 kfl I
g'l'ATE FAIR NOTICE. .
All |ier?o?H,who tire \\IU1iik l(? lwui llulnrci nild
(ibjeewof Art foruxliJtillloil ut tiiu btutJ Fulr, niu
ref|uc (o?l to notify Dr. T. 0. Kduurdi or Henry
Flood,, They will be r-ulkd for, returned auil cans
ftilfy linuiiled by u 11 rx|M^rl??i)ev?'l "iui? 1 it " ' Ve7
jgi.r.cncLN NOIICK. ,. , ~7~
nloiUhJlilOfs "In tho tldinn l:\illillti-r AuiwUilnti
me hereby iiutifleii ibAt the tuinutl.cUulUm of I>1ncton
will bvjiujd At UuU))(M!f Aw^jilloii Hall mi
WcdntAdity KvenluK rioptcnibor 27, lS5i
CIIasJ. II. 1IK11KV, PioMi'iit.
t'H Ift W. <'ON.V>'K;Kctirtti\ty/ . te :?lft'J>'.?7'
QAlMTA'li AND liAIIOK.
Miss i\ J. SUMME, of Illinois,will'deliver
n Lnclureon Capital nnd Labor,
ulAUUBNX'SHALL.on
.Saltirilnj Eronliigr, September Olli.
' Admission 23 centp. * . ,
RKGUI.AK inrrSllVRGll,, <n> *
WIIKKUNO' AMI K*ANAWttAM^t2
KiVCK l'ACKM. The lino
rusw'ii?er otertmer. W. N. CHANC'hl.LOlt
K. I'. thniicellor.t'apt, Iro II. Iluiitlugton,Cl'k.
l'awcs WliecliiiK Friday at 7 a. m.
U'AVus' harlcston Monday* ut 7 a. m.
I'livcs Wheeling, up, Wcnucsdny ut I a. m. '
i'Iomj comtecdou ut (iiUii|M)IU with Cincinnati!
packet*. Freight ami piu*eiige'ttreceipted through.
For freight or DHttiiiRU apply to
' M.-7 (J. H. BOOTH Ai^OS.1
j^OTlCE.
Washington, r>. C., August 31,1882.
1 I will oil TUESDAY.-H^TKMIWIt lUtlt fiiMnnt.
. c*icic a Competitive examination to lie held hi the
City of Wlw ling for Iheroluctl'iuand appointment
of a t'ttdet to the Military Academy at >N*-)?t Point
Tf?o Appointee must undergo a rigid phyMenl exnui*.
Imitlon: nlsonti examination In n mo Ice; wilil ?g,
and orthography, untliiiii'tlc, grammar, compost
tlon. k ograpny nnd hhtory. He will not enter
Wot Point until June, 1*?Sbut the Secretary of
, War requires .that If 1 inalie a recommeuduilon at
all it nui-t buwoti .(immediate).
This application will he from the Flint (olrl) Con*
grot Jooiu i)l?>r|ct In ?vcst VI glnla. AjipMeunts
will incut at fl|i' (lovcrnor's Hjuih. He U In the
Capitol nt 0 o'clock A. it. ... .
?c7 " 11 WILSON*.
QTATK l'AIK NOTICE.* ;
i Parties having articles to be exhibited will
please semi them to the Fair Grounds cn
SATUHIMy, or not later than 0 u'cloik
MONDAY. :
Persons who cannot send their articles will
please leave them orseml theiu to Mr. Hook's
office lit the Court House, where they will I e
received and cared for.
0. KD. MKN'DEh,
Ee? M'nre'nry.
TICKETS
FOR Til 15
STATE FAIR!
Citi be lnd atihe follow ingtnmed plices: L Busby
MuLulii l?to*, Log-in ?V Co., W. II. U'lllUinH,
Edmund ICcUin*;. A. T." YOung, J. K. "Shirk, (JlulM.
Sohncpf, Cluis. iloeiikcmocller, Kurtz ?fc Vouhjj.S.
It. Bum, Kob't iJint, J; tf.'Wood's,Elui' Glove, and
F. dimmer/ Bridgeport.
' 0. ED. ME.fDEL,
a-" Secretary.
J^OTICB TO LII:N IlOLIlEIW.
"To all pc;:onK holding liens by judgment's orotherwlws
on ilit* reul estate or any p.ut tfieivof which
wtt^convcyt'd to Vjikinlno Auit)!>)> John J*. <i|lchrht
mid wife, by deed dtted the 'Jiltliday?{Junej
AJI>. 1?7A and ul v eord in the otlleo of ihe Clerk
ol the County Couil of Ohio County, \\n>\ Vliylul i,
i (being lot miintiered tweuty-thsee in square iiuui,
bered el'ztit In Gl:cbrm's Huienutd ud-iition to lite
Cltyoi Wtecllim), u:id to John Auth b> the s*!d
! Valentino Ai^tli Mii-f. wife, by deed (luted Vile
jr.Ui dityof Augu*t, A. D., IS77, but wnkli, in the
Jiiiiiucrenitu.er uietoionctJ, is cJitimul to Le the
piopei?y of thehdd V'nlentiiie Auth. . .
In puisuiinceof a dcereu ot the Mui1ldp.1l Court
of Wheeling. mu'te in k fitlso' therein pending' to
.subjoottheiDid.rcult^utte to thu^utihfaellon ot.thw
, Ileus thereon, you are Uejcby required to present
iillclhIms'held 1>y you, and taiyi.of you, against
thssald Valentine Attth or tlife said Joint Auth,
?\hluh arc Hutu on tbesuld realir.ute. <?r pin
i:t jt, for adjudication to me, at toy otfi?e, . No..lv2t>
Vlapllu- sfeei. lii tlip city ol \WicilJnj;, Ohio
county, West Viijjlnlit.on or befoip friday, tbc6th
da?r of October.
. (ilvcri under my hand thlsG'h day of s'epiomber,
ISS21 , JOSEl'il K. I'.Vt'hL,
V?'7-t1> ' . Onntnlsdonc''.
jS33?SffiSSS22??223SE3ES
GRANDEST OF THE SERIES ]
teusttzb:
! CINCINNATI/
I INDUSTRIALS^
Ml. A/
'' A&s
i /G7 opens
//2?/3eptem"ber 6
r * ~WITH?
/ Machinery
Apjr in Motion,
h y wjusiss uLiioBisa 7
w art-inventions?
manufactures-products.!
I ?S7*EXBURITOHS frcinj every I
M Stuie in the Union. ' Excursion
R rates on all ItullromlM."
| ADMISSION, 25 CENTS. |
' NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
G,Hess4 Sons,
' MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now in Stopk a Full, Line of
PaiiCTfliiilRtjmlAWnnlP.ns
A. uuyj uuu Wllipu 11 UV1U11U
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
Which we offer at
Prices that Defy Competition!
Other Woolens at lowest p? ices. We carry
the largest line of goods in the city, and our
Get Ups are first-class in every respect. 1
* |' .1 I
ALli WOOL KNIT JACKETS
And a Full Line of ;
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Persons desiring anything in our line will
llnd it to their iuterest to examine our-stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
c. hess ..t sorsrs,
COR. MAIN & FOUKTEENTH 8TS.
is7
qi.bsisg o?;r summer stock.
vWebaVe a /ovr flntrclas?l Bucjfca .and: one fine
CitrrUtiu left from our kinnmer htock. which wo
will elo* out Htrt'.luct>d pilcw to make room (or
our winter work. h?rtiw noodliiK "nytlilniiIn ihut
line would do well to cnlhit<?l oncont !> ?NA I*F?
SON. LhWIs ?v CO.yCAKlUAQtt^ACToUY.HOO
to 1405 Market street k5
' phy qooda-deo. j^. taylor.
iSS2||:
NEW FALL
k yw-* : ,
?a xi'?
WINTER
We have just opened lull lines or
Ladies'. Suitings,in
FOULE CLOTHS,
EXCELSIOR CLOTHS,
mi ncrvr piiitiiIpp
uiLDtm-ouuinuj,
TOURIST CLOTHS,
. CASHMERE TWILLS,
COLORED CASHMERES, &G..&C.
In all tlie Noiv ainl Choice Shades.
Oeo. R. Taylor.
Plushes
?AND? :
Velvets!
OUR NEW STOCK!
Brocade Plushes,
ompsu riubiiBS,
Plain Plushes,
Plain Velvets,
Stripsd Velvets,
Brocade Velvets,
In Iliad; :imi all (he New Color?,
comprising the Handsomest Stock
wo have ever offered..
AH now open and ready for inspection.
: <
BLACK
DISS SILKS.
f ' ' ' |
Being convinced that llie ccU1
ebrated Bonn'et Silks are the'
best imported, we have decided,
to keep constantly or hand a
full lioe and recommend to our
customers as being preferable1
to any other make Our stock,
with nmp.nf flflfiitinnc ic 'urn.
uiku jui/uvuv uuuivtvuuj iu uuur
plete, and prices fully as low as
retailed in New York,
i ?
Oilier makes of Black Silks;
| on hand we will offer at reduced
prices to close them out,
Geo. R. Taylor.!
nu21
- ' - our goods.
J.S. RHODUlp
u_:r
NEW l^LL
FINE FRENCH NOVELTIES!
' ! .t ! 3,1 !>>'' ? -i ..?%'-/J r? III11 :
lu Uie jiJoat^lesirabJottliRilcH, j . (
L ' i flMUl | '
NEW WOOL PLAIDS!
SILK PLUSHES
IN'THE NEW FALL'SHADES.
u'l ' ,i; f I'
A. Full Llm> ^ |.
uoiorea ana imck castimeres.
A New Stock Flannel Suiting lor
Ladies' Weill' in all (lie Ntw Coloring.
J. S, RHODES & GO.
m?5 ' ' ... |,l.. ' ,lU. : 1
.EASTERN""!:
Dry Goods Store
llio >IAIN ST.
GREAT CLEARING SALE!
\
Owing to Dissolution of Co-partnership,
entire Stock to he Closed
out
Regardless oi* Cost!
- , SALE TO COMMENCE,;.'
SATURDAY HORNING,
And continue until further notice.
; -.Ui'Ul .v . I X \*
MARSHALL & GOL,
EASTERN DRY GOODS STORK,
lllO MAIN JST.
Jr-'i
' PRUOG1BTB. ' ' ' 1
A WORD IN SEASON !
TiovWe'yonn^lf 'with c bottlt Vif OUNDY'3
CIIOLKKl AND, DlAliUlUK.V MlXlt7K?. You
inny teed it cither ut homo or Hbro.nl. Price "ii
lhjl?ts. hrepurccl mid col'i by
. LOG.\N CO.,
Drligglsw, Hridgc Comer.
Errors in Drinking and Eating,
At thfs season, more thnh iiny olUfr/'mo npt to
:lvo' trouble. An oxeelleut corrective and j>revculive,
Ih Lojmu &.IV& : ; i. i '-?i ?.
I'URE'ESS JAMAICA GIXGER.
There is nothing better iu the market.. Price 25 eta.
PrtpHredundsoIdby'
: ?- LOGAN& CO.
..i'
A Hfippy Feature
in tbc HOMESTEAD IiLL". fouud In no other.
joubIs'.s in the uvcof fill* of uilfunftitrfzcs, us found.
In each box. 1'hure Is: great udvunwge sometimes'
in ?ma 1 doses, frequently repeut?d, iu In .vnni:
lormsof Liv.r, Complaint, Costlvyhess, Ac. .Then
too, children find eoinc'grovvu' jKiiW?iis. who cnnnOt
Uke larger pills; will readily tiike'iho smaller ones,
jf which foiu or flv?j tire cqnal in Rlrtugth to.nn orillimry
pllL Observe M-p. that there are orty, J'ills
iu each box; Soihnt the Homestead" lllLs arc not
inly the Ixwt but the" cheapest I'ilte hi the market.
stH-pial l/lteolioiw go ?ItU each box.; *hqw inx how
to use them as a pii'gativc, lor Liver Cotuplidnt, f-ir
lUblttuil OjsUvenesH.'iveT i'rlce'25 cents, fc'untby
ainll </n receipt of price. - Prepared only byl<*
l-OGAN &CO,,
jy!7 Mff i I'n'Wlisig. Wheeling, W. Va.
SLK1CTU TUKK OIL
W .PKSSYltOYAL ;FOJt MOSQUITOES.
PERSIAN INSECT POWDER
FOU VEKM1X AND ROACH POWDER
FOR R01CUK3, AT . ...:!
E DM UNl) 150C KING'S; Agon t, j
PHARMACY,/
nn!U No. 1 Odd I'Vlltms'IRill.
SAVE l'OUK TEETH.
For whitening t!>u teeth awl hvullng. the. jjiijum
ise the 31AUIU Too I'll row I u: It. lt:coii4lu.s
.no ucid?, and .VlU not lujiin^lhc cnuwel.
I'n^riwd^y ' ..
mi 18 ]\ U- LIST^Olfl Main Street.
THE i:XCi:i.SiOU UAJUNUroWlJER
Is pure niynyi fpl^ubleV iUk ycur groecr for
U Sold whole*ale;nud rcutllhy - : ;
R. II. LIST, Munnfncturer,
auia - -1010 Vain street.
STATIONERY. ' , ?
gCUOOL BOOKS AND 77
SCHOOL STATIONERY!
A complete assortment such as used lu
T1IK CITY AND COUNTRY SCHOOLS,
F^r rale at Contract Pricc^by
Joseph Graves,
KM gli TWELFTH STREET.
pilE FALL TERM OF,,.,.-.
WHEELING PUBLIC SCHOOLS
\ Opens on II OS* DA'Y, September Itli.. . . .
Thosodoi ring any . ' _
Text Books or Sclioul -Supplies,
rill find uii with n'couljflclc ?t?;?'V, living tlicwmract'f?.rf?rpi?TyIfjgrtl???
Ifcfltd of'ttluttltlon with nil
CllQOl
Donlere ?ui?p,kd Rt very lowot mh rote*. j
Stanton \Sz Davenport
MS No. i:?l M A ItKET STREET.'
; GROCERIES AHPftOBACCOl I
TJ AHolo JTor
horSadktobacgo !
?r V . , v ? V ;
S.BAER&SQ^S
" HI'AlKjL'AllTKliS KOlt
Mackerel, Late Herring,
Anil the Celebrated Ungluaed .
Maddux Aurora'" Coffee!
And a Full Line of r
Schultzc's, Kirk's and I'roctor A (InmMo's
SOAPS.
)Yc Mil LOWER, cajry tho most complete
nud luVgost Block in the State.
_L . "l '
SILVER LAKE FLOOR HOUSE.
jcin ' v" : :
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
I take pleasure in announcing In my old patrom
and to tne tradogehcrally, that,since tliu Into tin,
at uiy establishment. 1 havo thoroughly ,renovated
my building*, and * hi now prepared to offer a>
large and. vailed a Mock ?f .gcuenilgrocetitfl ami
provisions as can be found in I he citato. ,'fhcM
goods are all new and cniefultv sdectcd.
Vy own euro nf choice aino&pd. meats, delivered
direct from my Pork Houso'at Manchester.
Uisvofceen appointed Bole agent in tho city for
tho following leading specialties, viz:
Humfnrd (liVinicnl Works' I'inowned
mi >.Yea^tTowder in IMtli-s.
P.J. Hitler's Fruit Itnlf ersnnd Preserves.
Frank Siddul's Wonderful Soap.
1 WardV Whiteftorax Soap.
mirirs mmriijing noap.
McNaiuara's O'liiry Tobacco.
MeAlpin'* Onward Tobacco.
Wcjinnii & Bros*. Celebrated Pittsburgh
Smoking Tobacco.
Dul'onl's Sporting Rifle, Alining and
BlasmisPotydcr.
FAMILY AX1) BAKKKV FLOUR.
tlcConnellsvillMiold Sheaf Patent Flour,
, i?,-i t. , 1hc.iiia.rket* ,, .
; a Silver,Star?baker's Flour. , .
Daily Bread?Baker's Flour.*
M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE GROCER & PORK PACKER,
' Nos/1309 and 1311 Main Street^'
jv26 : Wheeling, W. Va:
NEW I882JAGKEHEL,
Two care ofl8S2 new catch macltercl,' all sizes. Juit
i receired.
A (Car of Phccnix !Floui%
In barrelsandb?gs, received dally. The best made.
Try It. and you will have good bread.
New Potomac HerringIn
stock.
Largest stock of GROCERIES IN WEST
VIRGINIA.
JQS. SPE1DEL , CO.,
a . WHOLESALE GR0CER8;
iuy25 1416 Main and 1417'South streets!
IJIRY IT! ,
THE PEEltLESS
Soda Cracker!
YOU CAN GET IT AT
.v ::? ' .. I i. : /. .; I .. - -. .
SMYTH'S.
gc2 '
TAKE ISOXICIC!
3VEASOISr3S
FRUIT JAKS, UNION J AIH, JELLY
glasses, ^gallon stone jars,
1-GALLON STONE-JAllS, 3,000 GALLON
STONE WAKE, at
GEO. K. McM ECU EN'S, .,
miin - ]!]%' Market St.
TllUKIIEU'sj
SUREDDED OATS,
' GRANULATED TAPIOCA,
SAGO, WHEAT, FA KIN A, OAT MEAL
and their < cejcbrated potted and Canned
meats for.sunuuer tu>c, at
?iili> MeM ECU K.N'S. 1.1*0 Market St.
INSURANCE.
jljppi^F.Y6DSLET7!
; i -j... CompHro AsscU.1832,, i.
Mutual Life Insurance Go,
OF NE.W YOKK,
III rouad number*.;..;..,. ....8!) 1,000,000
New VorK Life 47.000,WW
New KiikIhoU Mutual...: . ? IG.OOI 100 .
I'enu Mutual .. IOOu'wXJ
Mutual Ik'liL'llt as.ooo.ox
In nitlnnf YnntiiiemnnMt ?- -?
_ ?rv,v-. vfiiuva m ivwii llltXJUl
lor IS&L compare Uio *
Mutual Life Iiis. Co., of S.Y., i) 1-10 per cl
with iho
New York,Life..............................n,IS 110 percent
Now England Mutual.... 1.13 Q10 "
Penn Mutual.:.;,...'.;.;....'......; ...15 4 10 "
Mutual Bonelit. 10 9-10 i
"Which are the Lowest Hates 1
J Annual Premium for an Iji&\ipweo of SI,000, age .15.
, Mutual LVfjt Iiib. Co., or X. Y. - - $22 42
Now York Ufo $26 3S
| SdvrEngland Mutual.............; u '26 50 1
i l'tuin Mutual.:/.? 20 a
I Mutual Benefit... ............... w 00 1
For other comparisons and Information, call at
I ' FETEKSON'3 AGENCY, .
my 15 llftn Mam Street.
1
' JEWELRY AND WATCHES. " <
INITIAL LACE PliS!I
ril-"'-' - " ?. - ' -:.i I
, j
A LARGE'ASSORTMENT '
ef new designs juat received and for sale at
reasonable prices,.at ... .
sjc-j* ' 1 ;t/ ?i. J 1 - u ' '
DILLON'S JEWELRY STOltE,
aiilO 1*22.1 Market Street. |
OBANO-ES! ,
;
' . I
... i , ll
r&pi oxiiVrvoKs: 1
. ,^l!V'Vr','.c 11113 moks'IKH ?t:'
a2 w:n MARKET STREET.
KURNITU RBiiCARPBTsVab.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
FURNITURE
AND ..
CARPETS!
t|t, ; ..i I ? .- a. ,
' '
f" f Wetrejmt In nwlm^
FII rn III rfi
I Ul lllllll U IKIDKUOAKIW and WAKD*
ROUES.
1 ? Our New Pattern* ure now
CarnRtsMs?fflf?
UUI pu 1 0 11'KHTHY and i.saiui.sa.
. .. 1/ , , H#1' : .
H f, Our.Msortrocnt of Rum !a tory
IfHttQi J IrttFt ?>n^?*clng RMYllVA, VELfilly
MvKUj!08QUhrrTE8, imi/sSKia,
IBUuU I TAPESTRY, an J mauyotboiB.
Linoleum Oil Glottis!
All widths nml btandard ilakif.
Window Shades!!!
Patterns for Stores and Private DwclJIntcf.
Rattan CliairsIH!
a lull Hue of llio Wakefield andHeywood Dros.
Folding Ctiairslis
tho three leading factories oftiio country.
Chamber Saislill
PJ I 1 I ThCJWJ ROOd* WO llRTC
Parlor Sets!si~ss
my other bou>o lu Urn city. .. ,
UNDERTAKING.
Constantly on hand nil the latest utrles. METALIC
CASKETS, CASES and WOOD COFFIN8
furnished on short noUco.
FRIEND & SON,
mhM ' . '
DRY GOODS. .
STONES, THOMAS,
J list Ilcceivcd u Third Stock of Those
RICH BLACK SILKS
At $1 25, $150 and $2 00, cheap at 33 per
ccut more, that haye had such a run.
Also a Full Liiic of Beautiful
Summer Silks,
IN. ALL SHADES.
MGfilES, SATINS, SURAHS,
Lnte, Huntings,
Nun's Yelling, Cashmores,
White Goods, Fine Thread,
Hosiery mid Underwear
As l'retty as Silk, etc., etc..
lieauUCiil Summer Silk at 17 l-2c.
A. GREAT BARGAIN.
OUIJ STOCK OF
Carpets, Velvets,
Tapestrys. Inarains. :
Rugs, Oil Cloths,
; Window Shades and '
Laco Curtain Goods
!" :-..v . I
la Unsurpassed by any in the diy. 1
iFIRJCES LOW
Cheap Counter, j
We plncc on snlo to close out a Jnrjje ]
rnriety 'of'Scasoiuible Goods, marked !
town 80 to 50 percent.
.The Cheapest Goods ever shown?(Jaricr's
KcstPercalcy at 12.1-2 cents; yard t
ivide CunibrieH 8 .cents; Lawns 5 to 8 j
:ciits; U( miuntshnlftlicir cost. So briujr ?
done your canli and examine for yourStone
fihomfls,
1030 Main Street. tnv2'>
. _____
! l'OK- Till-: ~ ^
WINNATI EXPOSITION. \
HiVfliio Issuer per Slciunor AV|)R}, Cant. Clin* !uIiN
iiiHti, hVNoll.Clork. will have wheeling t
i>r i TUESDAYS S<IT. ?, I*? lilVao,
ml * (JTO'I.A :i. Hint will Iwtiu oximtMon tickets
'grillerpiiiM-trlii lor'Tcn Dollum, tncllidiiiu
i.Kl.1 xhlle la Ihuclly. ?iK
* Ills *IT nlif > Milnidld ( pportunlty lovuit the
.CO M Fjimltli.il 111 tilt.,,,unity, kct,,,! lo 1
In' Me Cehlu illtKf l.Vjmsltioii. , P
Tin! A.i*ile? \illl lie i*r6\cl<tcVl with n good Sirlne
Un 1 fortni'nninwinrntuf imw^-ngenc. au30 a
(V-u;!XIKilKAiil) Y i
i^KAThV" AND I'UOil.lTLV EXKCUTED v
' ' . . AT T?* ( i t,
'NTKl.I.UiKNCr.U JOB OFKICK. 1<
N?*. i. Hiitl 77 Fourtifnth Street. o
BDICATIONMT
A SCHOOL FOTsfel
bSCURlTY, MoTIIKRLY CAKF r."W i
WU. OMJllliTriXgSmSJ"' hi J
Ml'. 1?R CIUNTAL ACADi'u,.
NKAR WHhKi.iso, y w
Tho thirty fourth year of thUu.'n li
?...? UI iivRillil.UI ???! Oellttluful Iwilwlj** I
wltent Ih.'p.OKh fllM-lrtlne Mid tuffi* I
Hi {h6 Hiuidaof Jl*' tunir twelim, lu 1
nieui of luuwlof id uiHtlon, Includiui live io2?V \
liumiui/i* Hiul mtule, in veijr rv*Km*bW S? i
uliould iK'iul n>mr-M-KU?>o| UiUmW
DlKtClHKoS OK TIIK ACAhKMY **** 1
OK'TIIK VWTA-t^
, MT..I'lfHinl,
jy.'MMW NNh?-r\int.
WESTERN ~
mmm cqilb,
Fur Sluilcnts of lU?tli Sexes in Scp*^
lloiiiiVtuif ills.
Orciinlr&l untorlho MtM'Ww ol the Vnw?
. .l'TOtftliiHtChuivlidiCT.
IncorpfitHtoil l?y Aillu! Attbmbty, IMa,
bchiptoiono ol the roost bt-nutlful nnd hiihy
ilUk.in the Statu. Kctcivea MiuiwUmirvtrtS
fioin the U-glainture for the Fret* W?w .f i I
ilont !n>m well. Senatorial l>l>tilct. I'lin^o. I
eomforlnble 100mf?>riwhiwo^uulviu*. limt-j 1
coijrt of iumpctcnt luMnuuorx t our* w u?i
unuiloiuiil iboiouRh, both in the CiviMrron .ji
t'oUinlrtie lK*i??rtmciitii Hselj'lltir mi in,
kind. Terms voir moderate. a Selio?r>hfb a
TJireo Youro' Tultfo i fur^un.iiud (to Mudtunhu.
Ins kticli fkluditndilirt li?ui?i " -
and LlKht ?t tl>jJ mi- < ( liwi.GT j*r >>*r. hII
b1 en In Mtm*sful 'jHTHtluti tor 15 vinm
The Thirty ilret kk'tnl-Aiinuid ^M'-tibetlm^
5th. IfW. Hiul L'll?U Jan a.jll lNSl. Jot^
lotnio iuuI fnrthcr Inform tlonmldrm
J.'l'. \VAKU,1> !?.. I'rinltlfnt
anlS ^?"?imuil??n'r. Mil.
I^KJULE SCUOOL AT
.. ""
TImj iVatioTuil Capita)
Mr. ftud Mt*. Win. J).(!Ar.F.LL\vlllnpciiiir(nuv
School at the National ?*Aj>lUil. h Select lWiy
audl>*y School for Youm; ihrtiug.oa the HUM
WEDNESDAY hi KKITKM1IKIL in the bull?llu
at j?refifcnt occupied by Mr*. M. K. Archer'* fchid
on Fourteenth ?ttvot Mr. mid Mo. Uhtll ?)lu
agisted by H comj.lttc C6ri? t.f Manet*, ati.l tven
liiciUty will .be ntfvrded u? itndeuu m idnnftJ I
cliuwjf, while the prvjcvnitory dci?rUneut *m ^ I
wlvo mo*t thorough nttemion. " |
,Tho modern, lausuaets will form a proaltH'nt
Iwituro of the school. Tor full iwrtliniUn a.iit?
ihw 1'ilticlpHl.. \n 11.1.1 AM i). L'aHKU,
Hl?r2tiIwwAW . Ull iL St. N. V>.. WaihiiicViH. [) (? j
WlilHjlisl
"The next se^loii Ui;lca SKITKMBEU lih, l.\y.
Tkh h> 1'akatr Kcnofir>. Inclmlliift ktoml t.( hi*.
toryund riehQol of HiulUh. Full eour>u> in Jj* I
and Medicine eUcndftiK thwuEhout the !
KiilfttK d fmillthM for MUUy of l'liy?lml Sciftw |
and .-ult'iillllc AurleuUnro; rc.tnpkivly njul^ I
chcnilod luhmtory. Thormnsh muM* In ?t*itai
and Modern lunuuuKC* and lliemture. Ttxtu?li
nt cost. SccojMirv erM-rise* nor over *1:3. U
catalogues and olher hiforuiativn add-**
V. L Ml.OS, 1'rwlWnt.
au5 . MonnntnMn, W, V?.
mHilirim
NINE departmentsol.studT; text U.>k?inniLif4
ATCOST; calendar arranged to rah Uarhett e xtxjuten
for one year from 81% to iAfttuui-ktUrUn,
liberal, thorough. Fall term wln>skimibtl
7 1S81. Attendance last vtar itomatcuntlrt ol
West Virginia and from 8 states uulTirTiUirici.
Number of btudcuts'latter than foTtciiywn pre- 1
vlous. ,t '
? ukiivi iiuonniuoD drplr to
the Acting l'mldent, D. 11. H'RJMUX, iln^stown.
\'i?t Va. mtli
OHIO WESLEY AH UKWtRSIIY,
DELAWARE OinO.
Ail-Institution of the hluliot R?de; itjQT,9
flrst tollegcn East or Wot. Nimwry M.
{Wife rxwj.tliiR for clotlilnir a.* sl\r., hy'KTtnl
hundred youncmcn, tinder *l?o. t ^n tot^ih
mxv*. radio*, under sj-yciitl ?uw-/vl%^,?; jjob.
licit troll. Corner vatory of Mu>'.c.Art d?|*rtn?M.
j'repanuory dcwirtinunt,. SotduU, Ju,wi,t? i:,j
Kngllsh "ut d other ^H-flal '.ouim?, leather *lth
tlirtd regular c.?1Ipj,i: For wtnluguc id*
,drn**C:.n.-rAY? K, Hm-qdcnu
jy?USlC LESSONS.
Mrs. :\V. -S. llutclun? wjll resume itr
Clares iu Piano and Vocal LfSSon?.pii ?iOX?
DaYJ September It t at her resiliency So.
80 Twelfth street; ut'which place jili t'f ail
or address for information as to terms, Ac.
se'2 ,, .
SHENANDOAH ACADKMY, WISeliO'ter,
Va klRhtcenth h*>Iou bcglni S?n,
14th;- Preparation lor Unlvenlty. anny, nwi a
bdMnciK Thoio??!? dkvWiue. Lunlton ?ua
passed for beauty mid healtti. Cora'cdf)iaiu?iis
and extenhive mi but ban grounds, C. 1- U 31IX0S,
M A., (Univ. Va.) I.L. 1>. . auT-mt I
ST. .GEORGE'S 11 ALL,-AN UNSUR- 1
tUlWtfl ? ' -
U- mmi lor XHIJ!> Mill J0I!J
Men, Ueisttfrtowi', Baltimore ounty. Mfirjlcd.
prepares tor the Univ'orxitle* irnd
uess. ?175 a year. I'rof. J. U KISmK, A. 1.
Principal,. Circulars with references not.
__________
PROFESSIONAL CARDS._
^LEXANDER BONE, SR.,
SoTABY PUBLIC, LICESSKD UENKHAL BC2NEP>
* N U REAL ESTATE AGEST.
^Loaiih iu-gotlutedt stocks UjurM ana wliM*
cliKiiU1 and nlHnufm. tur^!^t, 1/onks nj-eiud.exiEliid
and closed. Estate* settted, notes, U?k latent*
and rents collected, noun's rented aid land.
Collections promptly remitted. Advanit* xilt
111 buwiuew corre?rojidcufe?)iiflilentlallj'atttodrf
to. fend for' circular to references. 1318 Market
street, (Craagle'a Block.) over City Bank, VThttll^,
W. V? Ut_
J^II.TON T. CAItlt,
Surveyor and Civil Vnsinttr,
A.tt?nds to nil work In KiiijIiieerlnR and SnrvtjiH
nt reasonable rates.
OFriCE, Mf wF.trru STanr,
U^ldoiioo; PleiiKrtiit Viillov, NationalHold. Hi
JAMES GILOMUST,
Civil: Engineer, Surveyer and Kxarainer
nf Land .Titles..
Office:?III Twelfth Street, Wheeling i
W. Y?Vr- Telephone. No. 5'J. aU^"- _ I
HP K OAMDEN, Mi D., |
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PliyHleiaii mid Surgeon.
Residency And oflice No. 105 FourtwaihitrwL
OUlcc ftls) nt 1J3.< C'hiipline Hrwt.
Telephone.No. C-Gl and Na II,
Calla promptly at'ETveivd. gr3
Q., 0. SM1TI|,
Real Estate, Iioml & Stock Broker.
Bpeda] attention given u? collecting ronti thi
Jtnerul management of JUal K?t*te.
Tnhl 1220 Main street, Wheellnt. ? > * PROFESSIONAL.
dr. HULLHIKN" hfis returned to the city tad
mined the practice of medicine and B*
an lie fouud nt the -,ni?
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF EDDCATIO.V
aver the Hty Hank, Markft ntwM a??_
BUSINESS CARDS.
gTEPUEN '^rcCOLLOUGH,
Carpenter, aud. Rnildfr.
Brick Building* erected cofflplew ln ?1I
improvement*. Alan woo-Jen bniMmp n?*u "i
?mpl?tc on lot. Wooden bulMiDC* ?"??
atted up fn yartl at work nhop unnuicn to inr
[tart anil completed, wn reasonable wm?-.
erutlon* made or. ol?l building*. roof* wiej*
dtydlKbUnarUcuUrty attended to. ,Hkl:
uid shelving fitted up ou Abort notice;
>ut In and ?ior?* ahvn-i. HH'Icnce Na ?
oentn afreet, formerly r<tt;upied by Mr. '
'hon til n-?r of Cantfnl. on Alli-T 1-1 zt' ?
"yyilKEUNG IJOI'LKR WOBK&
Manutm-mrer* of )mrln>>Iv, l,'l1!'0%7l I
jollers, bru*chiiix, clilmne>N tauk*. fr* wuSi. 1
huitor* mid all kinds or 11 envy thwb^".0,^ I
.Valors In socondhaiid Nnlcr*.''FoMsW?5
H<ply to . COX & MO
Telephone C=2l. Repairs ?j*.vU? use-wo- ' .j
msonaide. __ -2-?
?) 0. LIST, Jn.,
PORK PACKS?
ku4 curvr ol th-j cuiebratod CHEST** *"
MJA 0. y.cuarer.ll bnuictai. "u"' "
J M. 0L0DST0K,
(UAI.KM IK
Jrs'ai, U ronml Feed, thij", Sir""
' Bomb Snoot, Nt 'ir JUrtttitlert ?Wft ^
111 pay the lilghcM inarict l>rfe? 'w ' ii;
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JS ,*r ry ?ioo $i.io fioo S'iO"iCSl.OMIMSW'VAU.WMW.
STOCK
, The Upland h ifcut i?U? su-*t f?bitc
pmlli- from maJI lini- u'1' - .
.lUlljV Explanatory Bo?fc M j"*' ' 1 1
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>ek. A reward will ?* l?W <"r llA "11 iu3
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