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TUB INTELLIGENCE K.
Fn bibbed dally (8und?yi excepted).
mW A CAUVDELL, rilOPHlKTOHS.
M Koa. 25 and 2i Fourteenth EtrccL
TEHMfl OP- DAILY:
Ouo copy ono yoar...W do I Three month* 92 CO
Blr inoutlu. 4 W | One month .. 76
JJcllrcrod by carrier* In city, lC-o per week,
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Ofto yi?r.r..-...-..-W Wl^tx tnouthiM,....r.H^l M,
- Tifniraoi' waflaYi " t ' '
0n? yrar..y....~.?i..ll WI fllxnioi?th#.,i4man...ll CO
ciivit rvduclloiip to Club*. Bend foriiawplecopy
tul circular*. AUdrm, . .
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[Entered nt tlic I'mtoOlcc ?t Wheeling, W*. Va., a*
w< und'fiaytiBatmr.l y,-j. j -,,y. t
W1IHK1JNG, W. VAm SEPTEUIIEKK, 1842.
jtoit-coNuiass. i i?M
i.i ? ntucrDimucn* ,,i/
, <1EN'L NATiUN WW, of JIurjUm, pouuty,
SECOND U1ST3.CT,
JOHN' \V. MASON^of Taylor county.
linr.D distiuct. , ' ,!
K. L. BUTT RICK, of .Kanawha county. / , .
, . j rOUUTIt ,1'JiTU <|T? ,
j I on. (I ROUGE LOOM 13. ill Wood bounty.
i / 11 .'.i/n"'-.1.-I '
J'UK 1 11 ft: I.KUISIiAI L'lii:.
21 ii. n. ikivKNtiiir* .Liu?
J, |?. V IIIT1IAM, ,, , .
j: ii. nuitr. '" * -"l " M"'
; L. 1\ TIIOMA. , . , .. , ,
Tim ICi-ViiUmllou ?r JUciVl En'tnlo Jii
W'viil In?.iu InimOnHuIticrcnse
of Taxullrtu. ' ' ' 1 ' '>'* I' .*"'in; :
Acorrvsponilent in the Kanawha. region
writes to-us to" know what amount
tlio revaluation Hint was .:inndo *iin
"West1 Virginia1 Minder- tlio act - :of
187.1 acUlctl' to tlio valuation- 'ofxcal
estate! tint! what afnount wif> ho added.by
the ^re?ont revaluation. In reply we would
nay tliat the''Jyrnic'r R'-nssca-inent'''raised
tlio valuation 6f'real eatato'about ,',$12,17-1,-'
000. 'Judging Iroiri tho: returns made by
the nsscpsors thus far this y?ir tho amount
tvldcjl will bo anywhere ' from ?.({0,000,00f)
to &VJ,000,000. - \\'o notice'liiat the returns
from-Wofecel, ijiiflt completed,.add about
.*12 per cent, to thfc'valuo of!reftl'eftato in
that county, or over $4-0,000. Tjio'report
from Qilinur coiipt-y.shows M per cent, increase.
Marshall county shows itti per
cent, llitchio county 50 per cent, Wirt
CMintv ;V3,I)r'axton"0, Dodtlridgo 25, Itoane
!' ), and Fayettu !J0, i while, Harrison
runs *down -to 10, Jefferson-to ;j10, and
Marion'from 10 to 15. On'the other hand,
Mineral county runs,-up from 50 to 100,
and cvun as high as..150 percent. Averaging
tho whole .Stato at mM ;per t deut. ,tho
amount added to.tho tnxable value of tho
realty throughout tho Stato 1 will be about
$:?,000,000. : -u-i ...
This moans, of course; an addition, ol
:?3 per cent to every former's taxes, uot only
his State taxes but also to his Stute school
taxes, and Ulso to his county, district school
and road taxes. The fanners of West Virginia
will got this clearly Into theif heads.noxt
year. The tax bills of tho sheriir will reveal
it to them with'the clearness and distinctness
of the. nbonila^ siin. They will
suo at a glance that revaluation is, ns'd\ve
have told them from the.,first, only a .disguised
method of raising the tax on every
farmer in West Virginia. It was not intended
that they should see into iliis business
this'year, for this is election, year,
and the taxes will not be assessed on the
revaluation until next year. Next ycHr the
increase will como hot . and heavy. The
real estate in West Virginia will.pay;$ 103,000
more in the way bf increased State
taxes alone', and this will not be a circumstance
to the increase in. load taxes, j /i'or
instance, take our ; neighbors of ^larsball
county, who are' raised JJG percent by tho
valuation of this year. This wiil add over
a million,aud aquartorof.ilollars in-that
county alone to tho valuation, and increase
. the taxes for.Stato purposes nlouo $3,75(j,
and for county purposes,' including district
taxes, from two to three times this amount.
In other words, the owner of real estate in
Marshall county who has heretofore paid
$100 tax per annum will hereafter pay
SIM. Aud this is ' the way,that taxes will
run throughout tho-iState. ."Whatever, tho
increaao in valuation, tlint TVilIbo the increase
in taxation upou every former in
West.Virginia...- , .. ..
To slipw how this is, appreciated in Wet
* 7.el county, where tho revaluation was completed
a fow-days ago,.wo .subjoin the following
announcement of the result .from
the Mmaujer of Saturday.- last. It will bo
read with interest not only bv the farmers
of'that county,, but by real estate ownera
generally throughout the*State:\V ' . '. V.
Tho assessors of reid estate iu this county
havo completed their work, and doubtless
liavo done it to the best of .. their ubiiity.
They were acting under orders?the orders
havo been faithfully executed?now, farm?
era of Wetzel, how.do.you like it? iv , .
There has been 110 increase iu the valuation
of the gooda of the merchant," - !i .
Is'onoin the money .lender's notes,: *
Isone in tho iiuinutaeiurer's capital, i
Uut the man who own his home,The
yeomanry,. -/i . . . ,,i - '
"Who aro oaruing their-living by the
hardest work, v 4
The increase hud additional tax is upon
tlicm. * r * '* ^
Iteasses&ment is a luxury,, but^ it comes,
cheap and may be enjoyed every year. j
Jt will b(J 'specially enjoyed by hind"'
owners in Wetzel next year when the tax-j
l>illsuro presented. Some people are so1
foolish as not to like reassessment. < m .
llou. A. G. Calvert says that. is."an outride."
1- - .
Soma of the farmers aro mad about it.
l.ut the: bosses approve it.,, j
Tbe "organ" favors it. ' ,
And they may be, able "to. whip them
hi." \s !' 'V
Jiecause it gives them the privileges of'
raying about lMiteen Huudred DoJlarji
additional State bix each year,', . V
ikying an increased proportion of tlio
school tax, ' ' '
Paving, au additional proportion of the
county.tax, '. '.fit .
And paying for tho reassessment
lu fact the, privilo^o is a glorious oiic,'
and the farmers of Wetzel,may, after a
viyoroug application'of1 tho party lash,
inarch right np to the polls'and endorse It
all.
Had tho finaucinl. affaire.oMVest Virginia
been economically administered there
would have boeii ho need foe this immense
increase in taxation. Tho wretched Constitution
that tho Democracy pot upon ub
has necessitated extra sessions of the:Ixgislature
and re-cpdUi6\ti6n;1of tho laws' at
an immenso expense to tho people. Tho
Constitutional Convention itsoU'cost over
$35,000; iiu'd tho extra' session of the legislature,
that followed it^iu the sauio year cost
over $75,000, Baying nothing of - tho, extra
sessions of 1S75 and 1SS2. Coming into
power on tho j?lea of retrenchment tliey
have systematically over-run tlio rccoiptf.
They hml'Vup U^ja*eSitto fc"00,p0d'doii|t
lust siiriiitfi^nSpO otovliiAlMy luVe
owed tor 'yennoto thoilsciji>blvfnnaporJ
which tlicy were paying i)?Wresj
when exposed .by,, the; Kepijliiicira
press and 'itorwd' 10 'tlo'so 'by" piiblld
opinion. As things liav'o Bccrt' going
under the' Democracy,.-.ytunfty need 'inother
re'ttss<M?ii\eutin ajyear^r^voiinoro.
This seems to be their fnvorije waj; ol replenishing
tlis tftiffiuVj.Kttiioutirtiring nlk
r.ito ol (axtion. They,cui keop.tho rate at
present figures tot, fifty years and yet ?cki
ually double tlio hues' every live or 'leu
years. Tbo tax bills of next year will show
licm^rerr ca^jt lslo^sugarcoiit tqxfttion
in this Way. It is a sugaiMroaUng liofcev*.
cr jbat^ will Jmt'lt vvtry^eaiily \x\Hhq
in&Slhfc of tlio farmers, and tha^ they will
never forget after next year.
Every farmer in West Virginia can pre*
pare to get out lib pocketbook and pay for
thy luxury. olputjingtho Democracy into
power 111 'this 'f?tate\ find fastening upon
niemgehv*8**\Vft&t uUro?Kcrgusoif,?Of
Charleston, a Democrat, p;onouuced to he
llio worst Constitution in tho United
1?tatos, for voting for which he felt ashamed,
r. * . . ,
Mr. lllnlnr'N rr<>)io*ltlott mid tlir VI r?
i u in in iiikI W ent Virginia I>< i?i, '
The Uiclimohd Dityaicli in surprised ht
tho e^dbUivn of,favor qu .tho 'pitrtoftlie
"Northern press'} -(as it. tonus, J it)<.. with,
which iMr.Maine's projvositlon to pay a
portion 6t tho Vifginld*' debt lias been toco
ivy J. It quotes the remarks of .tii'u Cincinnati
Cnmmcrciul and Chicago Tribune in
approval1 of'tho suggestion; Tho latter,
nllutlibtjtolliCj ixmttt?'1r, yayd: , '
"In the matter of having'tho Fedcra,
< iovimmcnt interfering in aiding thoSutfo
o? Virginia to pay,her aute->ar {fcU by, u
aortol commutation for Urn lorcible ai-parutiou.uf,
}\ lit Virginia I hero w much io l;u
s:iid. in tlio way of precedent", if not of Julticcv,
i Tlio casual Texas is a 'strong one.
Tk-ro wts an uurecoguiz^l claim by tho
Statu of Texap'to,iy largo part of tho, territory
ncquirtd. from Mexico.. TUo jolted
States look posmaaion of this territory, Conl.,Bt
.,ao fill n'vJ I n (f 11 i^tl til ?.ll f
ol Tqxnn j.itlc, .jmiil, $10,000,000 to thai
Statu. i.JjinUio case of Went Virginia tlio
title of Virginia dated back'of tbe l{ovolution.
(lt was fcetoeideby tlio hand of.wur
and a new, State oretM. As wo paid Mixleo"
for ;territory taken by conquest, and
Texas for a boiwewbat bluidowy claim in
tijne of .peace* It Is uiiucfciion whether dip*
uit'inbtrcd^Virgiuju Btiull, bo- nllowo&.anvtliiilg
to help her to pay her aute;H'ur debt
iii compensation for the rlchowi part of her
ancient domain, taken froiniier by. force
ofuriua".. ?.;j c
12 Tli'd lilchtoon d'Ultfialch understood -^Ir.
^Dlaltio' to go,, up 'further in1 l)i8^tiggoatl6n
than llmt tbq general d.overhipeut Bliould,
diisuma We?t> Virginia's proportion I of the
ii<Jbt. It intimates that there is no pbnsoatioh
In that proposition for Virginia. In.
this view we differ with the D!t])dtch.\ That
paper .will remember that there is andal*.
ways has been a radical diirerenco of Opinion
betwebii; the' two "Stages as to^vbttt^waa
West Virginia's proportion of. the .debt.
'tho Constitution of West Virginia provl*'
ded for the assumption of a fair and ^quitable
proportion of the ante-belluhi debt of
Virginia?that in, tho debto3.it stoodion
tin* first of Jannnrv. 18(11. when'iiK -Virirln
ii assigned to this State one-third 'of the
debt as it stood;' after, beiug twice compounded,
ten years later, or in 1871.; Ibis
alio did ou theba^is of population and territory,
especially tef-ifitdry. 'West Virginia
proposed to ascertain; liyr fair ,'and. .equitable
portion of the debt as provided for under
the terms of of her adir.ieiion .is n
into.the Union, and to (bis end up-*
pointed comniissionefs.tp.co-operate wiili
similar comuligaioner8'on?the?pnvt'of Virgmia^jAIter
.having invited this,acUon-on
tlie part "of rthisJ> State,' * Virginia
anticipated1 'and - forestalled any cooperation'
on her part, by proceeding
tx' parte , to assign one-third of
'the debl as it stood in 1871 to West Vi?ginia.
Shu specified in the bonds which
she issued to her creditors for tho deferred
portion of her- debt ("West
Virgiu jit's' . allegdd portipn) iiiat she
would pay thein after settlement Willi/,"\Yest
Virginia, thereby becoming iliable to tho
creditors for the whole of the debt irrespective
of^the part of. it thatWest Virginia
might-be found to owe.on,settlement. ?(Ju
this understanding the bonds were acceptcd
by the creditors of Virginia.' Haviug rnaile
thisVort' .of a settlement yirgiriia ji:uf pvor
since "avoided any settlement witli AVcBt
Vt'nfinin Tl... ?.-.ann f^- tl.tu I
. ..b.u.u. "VUSWU 4V>? HtlO tUUIU?Ul? 13
very plain?viz'-ythat Virginia understood
full'well that in 110 event couldshelippeto I
secure, i more , than the amount she liad assigned
to West 'Virginia, while tliertj was
e ,-ery probability, that she would recover1
inucl\les3, and in. either event she musUuisuuio
itlio ttftecu. millions. wThvreforo she i
lias kept out of the way frofii that day to
this of a settlement with West'Virginia.
This^iias been. lier policy straight jiuoug 1
'since 1S71. ' - .1
,u,Therefore the Diyuitrft ls mistaken Avhi-n
it- s'jiys1 thatf'Mr. Bhtihe's proposition, lia's
nothing,in itifor Virginia.Virginia.is liaj
bio for. those, fifteen millions and intorefct,
andj this -liability she very veil under.stands.*
.She has staved otr thojiayniunt'on,
a teulmienlity., fc'he;.'ought therefore to be
very-thankful in easo the'Federal governmeut"
stc]>s in and assriiies this liability,
-Licrclir 'taking off her snouldtrs it debt
that JV.est Virginia never acknowledged as
tb its full amount, and thatVirgiriia is bound
Ifor to 'its full amount. .This is where'the
advantages , of Mri, 'lihiiiie'sproposition
comes in for the State of i Virginia.: ,
. i 'it/ :
1 The farmers of1 the!Valley Grove regiouj
this county, will have a- piCnie^a sort'-of
harvest' home?tin Thursday next,'oii McGhiw'a.Kun,
aboutjoueand one-half miles
n irlh of Vallnv fimvn. Tlin twn rival
did'ntcs for Congress in this district Imvo
been iuvitfc^ io.'be prcsen{ and tell ,tlio.
farmers? not whut they kuow\ about, poiitics
but oliout farming.
Tub Diamond -llvea always do niore than
they claim to do.' Color over tlmt oldtlrc*?.
It will look like new. Only 10 cental - i
' ,, UVFAVT
^ ".'"j 1 OlEttj'
nunBAKD-On Saturday eveulnt;, fi?pteajiicr23.
1S?, llKNhY DAsi lli'iiniHD, lu lho2Sth ycur <5f
litangc. -Wi. r.
, Funeral tlds (Monday) afternoon at 2 o'clock,
from the rwldcncq of ldi parents',' No. 212T Eoff
Street Inter m-nt wf fim'nvvoi Conicfcrvv
1 SS A SURE CURE !
| for nil dlsenoos oftho Kidneys and i }
i, ? LIVER ? -4
It has ?pcciflo action on thij moat important <
i organ, enabling it La throw off torpidity and 1 | ,
. inaction. itimuUtinc tho healthy iccroUoa of: '
J tho BU<5, And by Veoplnj tho biwols in Tr^o
condition, e?>etlnfiufcculardi?eharc?; *1
Ifyou awrailcriac froa i '
| IXZi Cll 31 I a nuUirift. havo the chilis, )
.. are bilious,djrrocpUo, or oen*Up:*Ud,Kitln?ri ,
, Wort will surely rolicvo and quickly euro. . l
I In tho 8j>rinjr to cleans* tho Byittrn, every
. i|. una luuiuu utkH M UIWUUSICOUIU U Jb
fl] u- SOLD DY DRUCQIST3. PrlcoSI.IP.,,
WBSjk
,0KSf COMPOUND,
?(? "
CUoleia, .Cjigl^ra.-. ^orbily^jnn%ft,
Hjscntlirjrv'CoHCjfiiiwiif, SuMf^
" m doniiilntiilsV'i'C. *"'
InyijSflWd tor Jr^h'riciTtuTri:* Ithrlr
IsunnntE 1nnw^iBorC?ifiAvv6nty yoAra nud
liiu nvvcr failv4l^^oowoi?ojwry.tJ l^efiO ccnla.
K. A.iMcCA BE^?Or,ilJroprJ<}tor^
Jjl WUHEUKQ, W.VA.
NEi&A^EnriaEfcNTS. j;
"TJirAKTED?iiPJtSK XJIitr- AT 79
vV Mtrjlkwl itrctf, IsUikI, ncur tchcol house
' 4eff ?* .v. V v.* f?*r 1/ i
qvks. vs'VV- *;
1 Ikk Icavo tn announce that I hivo orcticd my
Oy?Uir 1'urloni for theM??*m, mid niu now prcpAred
to wvo oynter* In every stylo. .AlBomipponi gotten
ui?.for pfl^ilw
No. icilt Mail! sural..
Telcphotio No. M. ' * *? > t : 1 M'JO |
IJIO Tllli-Y Ol'EllS 01'.. '
JIJIOIUiAND WS^fllOT. j | j*
You nKs'tfO^efttetl to incot In Convention'at the
Bed Hchool lliuwon HATUHI>AY.Hi'|itcml>cr30tli,
front ^t (to <j nowUtijilu a;Luy^iuli?loacr foi;
"III/-"' IIA.ai.AV CMITKH,
13KGUI,Alt TUUilHY PACKET KOK
Xli l'urkot*l?ura, I'omcroy, (JuHtj'ollii,, n-s. w
lioutou.'Huntltifciori, htttJnio\itli/3Iiiti- Ni4i?fr#ty
VillC, ClUClWU^UiUKl LoulnvilW, theoiu
Kuut |MU>t'ii?cr itomncr
Mir.T K, KoiL, Cluk.
Mftvc* TUESDAY. SKIT. %. nt 3 P. positively
I'iK'HjiiRpni and fa-lRht'it?colntc<l throunh to ill
poiuui weal mill Huuliii ForlruJglU or vmumiul-, ni^
ply on Dourd orto u li.1l. fioOTIl & HON,
le^A . y AjonHt.
OLIVE BUTTER
An Alisulutely l'liro Vi'gi;lal>lo Oil.
For CfH)kini?i Purpoawi, ,i? Potior. than Lard,
"Fully lollutter. and nt Much
L?? Cost thiui K!tl?e>.,;'
One' ivVniiil or Ollvo' RAttVr Will do,(lie ,
* , "'M ork of Two Pounds of I,nn1.
TRY IT and RBAI/ZE lUGilKAT 3I8R1T8/ '
. ' MANUFACtUHHD oS'LY IlY
WASHINGTON BUTCHER'S SONS,
l'UII.AIir.LI'llIA.
PInr.cnON3i-V^lrniyhTll llio'q'tinntlty yon
would o( Lntd or Iiutler fur tlu'HMine ].urt-o'f.i. for
fryiu^t li?vc the Ollni IJultcr l>oIl!n>r hot before
u<Iuk. Mid If ?ny olty lUixxw Is notlrcd when flr?t
luiftUfjia p:Ufhoi ?uU)vJ)lnt>ulndJrottv,-i', ,
??a' rottfau;nv,allurockiia i.~
"opeba house.
S\TUIti)AY, Slll'TEUREK iioiiu
' TILO'IJUC^ISIKVC.'I.1
tiy<le &Behiuan'e
11 Wi?I i- i - !t- I- , ! av ; .J
Greatest and only. Conwlldntlou, la tho Fun.
, " * iitat 6l all Cwmdlej,
Introducing Aracrlca'^l'cur. Grcata.1 Ccmodlan*.
SAM DEVEUE, vm|V' I\I-.
UAltUY NVATSOS. . , .
" JOHN HAKT."
I JOHN (Father) STEWART,
Suppoited by a Munificent Coropunyof Prnujatlc
uud bptcialiy ArlUt*. in a viraudUllo.
i . ofiJ?oycllitt?.. n ,, , ,
Adml>*ton.$Oiit]d 73 cents, ,.No extra1 (Jmrgo for
Reserved ream. Kiile cojnwcn(,l?B'T|ntr?lrty, Sent.
28ili, at'Wllrmt Hiiuinvi'H iivislc M'ro. ivii
OP151JA HOUSE,
WBDNEsifAX AKD'TIipitSDAY,
NKPTEJIBEIt 27 AND !!S.
The Rwjnlnj Dramullc Success,'
ipiipw
A.l! McfMiflaO. \ Twin! ( i[lrrr. Mer^lith
Tow midland,'/ Brother* I,. rry. Mcrvdlin!
"v : ''SCPPORTED BY A
Carefully Selected.Dramatic Company,
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF X.
SLATER SMITH
Admission 75and M cents. Reserved Seats Sl.QO.
Seals oh tale at'Wilson <J? Bauhicr's music stjie.
Sale'to commence Monday, S pt; y.r>.' i' ' ko?S':
QPERA, HOUSE !
JOSEPH F..' W11EEL0CKJ
8upiiortcd.br a SELECT DRAMATIC COMPANY.,
Fuisk Cuttiis- Proprietor and Manager.- >
FOR,TWO. NIGH rS;ONLY. ,,
Moiuiay Evea'u, Sepii Si5.
'First production In this city-oft the Powerful
Spectacular Meloi'rama. tar Leonard (Jrovpr tiud
.'t'ownsot.d Percy, fnm Wilkle Colllus uud Uiarka
Dickens*celebrated "Frozen Deep.'1!' fn'fouructr,
cAlltlcd,- ..ii/i ??:i \ _
WABDOUR,
; A(Rc.Y!lst!c Life ^icluro.of an Arctic Expedition.
.NOTE?The se'enip and iiiccbaninal effects pro(lucinl
In' Wardou'r 'aregrand, startllnz nnd' novel.
In thciourtli ait the breaking up of the great Ice
KI?*1U, the fulling end cruinbdnicjof the huge ice*
bergs, dl^p'pcaniigeuUrely from view and iravlug
but a vast o,ion mm, his never bcenkjutilcd,' ndiled
to which'the. artistic reudiilou of tlie nart of War*
dour by,the liiteusiaud great dramatic powvr of
Mr, Wiieclock, must make this gr,at piny a uraud
ftUucChS.''" 1 ?f- 1 1 - 1
riTtie*lay Evening. Senteinber'JCth, thesuccossful.
{romantic drama, by Fred O Mjcder, entitled,
TWENTY THOUSAND I-OOS*OS. '
Reserved Scats 8!.(X) ton sale at Wilson ?t Railmer's
mn*ic store. Salo.to commeuceon Friday,
tjoptemb'rMd. . , . .. ." ) KejQ
N &I FALL AND WINTER GOODS'
G Jess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS," '-!"
Jllave.now in Stock a Full-Line of },? .;
n i " aI'- ;?lii*
Fancy aadStapleWoolens
LOTH FOI1KIGX A.ND DOMESTIC, ' V
j ! .',-i, , '.-'V.' .1 ??-?; .?> ; /
" . r.i ^Vbicli.we offer at,, i yit.- }.Ui
Pnces that ^pefy; Gompetition !
pther "Woolens at lowest prices.. , We carry
iho largest line of*goods in the city,'und our
Get Ups are first-class iu every respect. '
' J ?'''KM.'U: j y :
Ktii- t ,)v
5 m'.Ivi
ALL; WOOL KMl'! JACKETS
: | ind'a Full 'lino, of .
Gents': '.Fiirnistiing Goods.
,.v:' .
. Persons '"desiring anything in our;* (ijie.will
find it to their intere.it1o'cxiiwine"?ipr stock j
beforepurchosi be1 elscwheVei 1 ( ij!lui'" ;
tain-t! 1.M .fiiWM?) i\-r:u i/j! Vfl 'jiCivroh
C. ?1HE8S;'&, ;^ONSj'
, scJ
HOB ItiaAejOJNai >yu.Y
| /'- Vi U?i/I 4! -'tl ftuiuii. ii-.ril I
\ JJ ,'? I, .-J t'i
The Perfection Pefrigerator,
""! .VIV ( ' ';! i I .'J'"1' U'- miilliil;
'>The Giant lee Cream Freezer,
. .' ^luaini ? * t ?:?. ;*? JI?>;
"V
;?i 1 ASP .TOT. . / ,.yj{
\Vf^XEXt C O o iiBR s
J i.?,,?-,i ,V-r.|-?U V'yf . IH.UKMI linn
lATCaupdrior'to all others, call ton isl*t>
tfvt ...t! I -.-I - * ' -
CALDW^tti '
: Jm |.|-1?.. - -.t i JirjiWJ.'idl*'-U.-H U
| aim* i?fl? -"'pRvLEn' n*1 *> ? ?* )
j Mill hi, S''*'U ?>*! .fi V?
:V-[-? - .'':\:r.? ;
IIION CORNtCR?! Smi 7ibtISEI
z?;
Nos. 1507inS0i/Mid'treet
xnySO-TU
DRY QOOPB-QHOMt..'TAYLOR.
1SS2. I
i$fht . - .
/.: ! i'4 iM >... ;v.n x i I ii) \ %
NEW. FALL
J ? *.?? ?/. 4 ? 4 II I. It.
I'll" v<l >! ri?. t > im|.. yul
'. '' ?and? ' */.'
WINTER
I "! .f.l-. iv ii .
i i
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* ' f/ .1 M||/ " '.i 1 !." 1
We liiiyo jiiRt opened lull liuos of
liuuius amungsm
' 'FOULE CLOTHS, /
EXCELSIOR CLOTHS,
GILBERT SUITINGS,
;; TOURIST CLOTHS,
" CASHMERE TWILLS,
COLORED CASHMERES, &c., &c.
In airtlie Now and Choico Shades.
Geo. R. Taylor.
?
; Jr to-',* v . i
Plushes
Cji/ui l.Y -I.ii uH i I . .
1 -ANDVelvets!
OUR NEW STOCK!
?.i r!,;--_______
Brocade Plushes, M
Striped Plushes,;
Plain Plushes,
Piain.Velvets,
"Striped Velvets,
Brocade Velvets,
In Black and all the Neir Colors,
comprising the Handsomest Stock
ire liave ever offered.
* ! ! ? ? (.<-,/ < '
All now open and ready for inspection.
J.JVjiw, ii I.. . i., '?
?eo?R. Taylor.
, / ( j.ni u /<: i.r ; :
' t: .1 . fuli.ij :-. * . *
-l|i ...a? i;.V:
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11.!,!?. tr V Iiw.tr !.' *' ;! ." - i.
1 *? i ivv>: T.'hiJ tj<- >iyh
BRESS SILKS.
ebrat^d jBonn'et . Silks are . tlie
tn'Vuon onntfontlir nil' liond n
IV avv}ll UU1MIUUUJ UU liailU a
M line and recommend to our
cjisjpmers;::as being preferable
to.any;other,make, Our stock,
witli^present additions, is complete,
and prices folly as low as
retailed in New York. . :
::: :OHiCT;:makes' of Black Silks
on tiand we will offer, at reduced
prices" to" close, SBSiiE
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5.- oitt itiiivo t
Geo. R. Taylor.
GROCERIES AND TOBACCO.
S.BAERMS
Have
the Largest and most Completo
Stock ol
In the Slate.
it* )
n ru- I ?. ~r o?!
l uai iuhus ui mm
Itccclveil:last week; Thin in known as:tho
befct ii\ the Market.'.uu.
. |.\vo offer special inducements in ; ,r'
CANNEDTOMATOES ;& PEACHES
And all other Canned Goods.
KjrK'iif'M-idl Ws'fi ?fi W'?l M'-.'t } '
TOBACCOS, TEAS & SYRUPS
Sold lower than any other hbnse in our 'line
ijol iuj the State.
I! i-r.r.
J. .'.1 !? r ; \<:
Before buying call and examine our .tyrge
and extonslve stock, of; groceries. _Aj Jurge
discount lo cush buyers.
S. BAER & SONS,
l!f ' ' . : \)tr tl1 : ,: >
1412 mid Mil Main Street.
se!8. , , ,
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
..In -.1 V.IJ ! .
I take pleasure In imnoimclng to my old patrons
and to the trade geuemlly, that, since the Into Arc
ut my establishment, 1nave thoiotiglil?- renovated
uiy buildings.. and,<iuu uow pre|?rtd tooU'eru*
largo and vailed u stock of gencjal grocer ic* and
provisions' iw ran be found In iho' BtateJ These
1 goods are all new ami carefully wlccted. "J- .
My own cure of cholco smoked meats delivered
direct from my I'ork House at Manchester. ,
1 have been appointed nolo-rigont In. the city fbr
the following Iciullng tpccluUks, vli: i .,r
llumronl C'liemltul Works'. l'cuonucil
Vcntt l'ondcr In Ilotllcs.
l'.J. Hitter's I'nillliiiUorsanJI'rcacrTCS.
Frank Sidilal's IVonOcrriil Soap.
fl'ard'a'WIiUe Borax Soap.
Ward's Electrifying Soap.
McXiimara'a (Jlorj Tobacco.
McAlpin's Onward Tobacco.
Wcjimm k tiros'. Celebrated I'itkburgli
Smoking Tobacco.
Dnl'ont's Sporting, ICitte, Mining ami
Ulasilng I'mvilir.
FAMILY AXII liAKEKS' FLOUIt.
HcConnelisrllle (iolil Sheaf I'ntent Flour,
Best In the market.
Silver Star?Baker's Floiir.
Daily llread?Ilaker's . Flour.
M. EI^ILLY,
WHOLESALE GROCERY PORK PACKER,
^oa. 1300 and'lSll^Mdin Street,
I jyso Wheeling, \V. Ya.
TliViOTHYSEED
?AND? '
PHENIX, PATENT FLOUR,
1,000 Bags Prime and Choice Timothy Seed
for sale. *
Phteaix Patent Flour always in stock.
Try it. It is the best. .
Headijuartors for ARBUCKLIS'S justly
Celebrated COFFEK. ,,
FULL LINE OP GROCERIES.
J(j SCC U8.''*1 1 \
Jos.' Spcidel& Co.
telM WHOLESALE GHOCKRS.
IJRY IT!'
THE I'EERLESS .
Soda Cracker!
YOU CAN GET IT AT
. ; .. '
SMYTH'flf
se2 _,i | : i'
TAKE NOTICE! f "
rnniT jars, union jail-!, jelly
GLASSES, J?.GALLON STONE JAItS,'
1-GALLON STONE JAIIS, a,000' GALLON
STONE WARE. AT ?
GEO. K. McMECHEN'8,
?ulO 131)0 Market St.
TIIUKBICR'S
SHREDDED OATS, '
GRANULATED TAPIOOA,
SAGO, WHEAT, EAltlX A, OAT MEAL
and their celebrated Potted and Canned
meats for summer use, at
mill' ' McMKf.'HKN'a. 1380 Market St
MUSICAL GOODS.
OR SALE. ' l.;a
A GOOD SECONDHAND
Steinway ; Piano^
HAT A BARGAIN.;
Call soon.
1CCAS''MUSIC STOBEji' m
i'M 1112 Win Street.'
P"IVE CENT 1IUCIC,
jj Ten Cent Musfcv '.?? J i ?,i<1
Musical Half.Price.
ALL JIDSTC Rt reduced tirlcd.
1 -MUSIC BOOKS nt reduced piiccs,' ' i-'
at: :? .v AtAVMi H. SHEni'S...
M Twelfth St.. Wii>liliigtoi) Hull.
piANO FOR SALE. , lt , _. . ,
A Fine Second-hand Pinno, seven octave,
over atrang, in "perfect order, for S1S0. Cr\\
at once, io secure this bargain.., ,, (,
au24 ' WIl^ON" A-n.MTMER.
: ? , STATIONERY. ,
ipO'ANYBODY WHO NEEDS
OR EVER Wi?c NEED. A
We ask to call at once and buy one, at Yoar
Own Price, as we shall discontinue keeping
them, and what wo have must go. - We mean
exactly what we say. j,, r,[; vl^ * !
,STANTON & DAVENPORT,
r*7i yo. lraai M AKKET STREET. '
gCUOOL BOOKS AND
SCHOOL STATIONERY!
A complete tfsortmcnt gncli m used in
THE CITY AND COUNTRY SCHOOLS,
i ,: 1"
u ; .-- Foesale at Coutraet Prices,by. m.
t ( ?t v.-.:, VI
Josej)li Grayesf
K\ 2C TWELFTH 8TREZT.
' - DltT OOODB.' '
I ; ' ITiEvW" p|
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE STATE
iaiiwrti.jQjii i..'
.????) ? ?i* .?U til - .
LOW J'XJICJOS.
If 4U : . .." ,) ;
? U.oV-V,, ,/* : u'f
Seal'Skin Suc<|iies,
Fur Lined Circulars,
New DolmaiiH,
NowClonks, :
New.Ulster?,
Now Slmwls,
! New Dross'Oooiln. .
BlackSilks and Cashmeres
'ASL'ECIALTY.
J. S. RHODES & CO,
,, pel'J- V ' ) ft, .. '
EA.STE3K;3Sr
iiilSfi-Sthru
J VVWV WSWI v
mo main ST.
GREAT CLEARING SALE !
Owing to Dissqlntiou or Co-partncrsliip,
entire Stock to lie Closed
Out
K-egax-tlless of Cost!
8AI.E TO COMMENCE
SATURDAY I0RMING,
And continue until further notice.
;.j !..|ii f. 1
MARSHALL & CO.,
; EASTERN DRY GOODS STORE,
llio mAJUX. ST.
Jr2i ,
DRUGGISTS.
LADIES IAD THIS!
npn'ftpi) n.i.i S- Tipn'nrnt
cui,jLjuit iiiai iaiui.j.jini
C1XXAM0X, that Is (UXXAMOX.
PCKK S!?ICES!
? ; Al.ii KIKBS.AT
LOO-A.IT <3s CO.'S,
DruggUt, Corner.
- CiatsnpOBottles!
Fruit Jars, Salad Dressing,
Pure Flavoring Extracts,
Jlipbly Perfumed Toilet Soaps,'
.1; Toilet Sets,'Tbernionietcrs, 1
Barometers;at low prices. .
SOLD BY ' '
LOGAN&CO.
THE: HOUSEKEEPERS' DELIGHT!
;: , 'lS I.OGAN, LIST Sc C0.'8
Excelsior Baking Powder,
Tho'best nnd cheapest reliable Powder la the
market. Addretsoidero to
LOGAN & CO.,
soil* 1 ' PrugRlrt*. Brldue Corner.
IR_ ZE3I. LIST
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JDRXTGGttST.,
1010 M^mxr ST.3
.Keepsin stock'ailine of finc:Obcmicalp,
Putijut jMcQicijies, .Toilet Articles,. .Brusbep,
Combs, Notions, Cigars, &c.
Citizens and Strangers are cordially invited
to call. : ; ' sel l
strictly puke oil
OF 'PENNYROYAL FOR MOSQUITOE8.
PERSIAN INSECT POWDEIl
FOR VERMIN'' AND ROACII POWDER
UiiKFOR ROACHES, AT
EDMUNI) DOCKING'S, Ageut,
j; PHARMACY,
ian31- - ,No.l Odd Follows'Hall.
' !- ' INSURANCE,
JUDGE. FOR YOURSELF.
\".J' CornparoAssets, 188'2, ?
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK,
In round nuinben...?^4..! --.....so 1,000,000
New York Life.. 47,000,000
NevrEngiand'Stutnal..;;.:.;.'^..*....:.'...1' m,000,000
Peim Mutual.....-.:;;.,....;.,;.. 7,000,060
Mutual JieucflV-H- - < 80,000,000
In ratio of manaeeracut expenses to total iiicom
for 1S82, .compare the. .'
MatualLIfe Ins. Co., of X.Y., 01-10 per cl
t/fmVa ,rj| \jwith the. :
New York Lifc...^. '.....^.....M?.^....?.l3 210 per cent
Ncw^&igUud Mutual,...,. , 13 910 ." . . I
i cuu 15 4 10 "
Mutual 9-10 "
Wliicli aro.the lowest Rates?
Ajinuoi Premium for an Insurance ol f1,000, age 35.
Malaoi Life Ins* Co., ofSi Y.-V $22 42
Now York 526 38
NcwEugland'Mutual.U....~..; ? 26 f>0
Penn Mutual 20 22
Mutual, Benefit . 2C 00
For. other compirbons and inrormatlon, caH at
PETJJBSOX'H AGKNCY,
myl5 11C0 Maiu Street.
The Public U rcqne*ted c*rcf\illy to notice the new
*i and onhirycrt Pchcme to be drawn Monthly.
OR DODGERS AND SMALL HAND
WLLK- ' s .
Go to the INTELT.IGF.NCER JOB ROOMS. No*. 28
and27 Fourteenth street, where you cau beaccommodated
at ihortnotioe,
CLOTHING?J. BBIIXES.
REMEMBER"
?Til AT?
HusbandofYours
AND?;
THAT BOY OF YOURS,
Will both require new ami serviceable
garments for Fall and Winter
wear. Ji.v coming with them to
our store, you will experience no
difllciilty in getting their wants
supplied according to your economic
Ideas and their particular
tastes. Our salesmen will lit them
to penecuoii, ami ausoiuio saiisiiictiou
n ill be theirs and yours.
CLOTHING!
Tho liost vuluos wo liavo over offered
in Men's, Youths', Hoys' and
Children's suits.
SuitsJoOrder.
Our slock of piece goods comprises
the most handsome, stylish and
(lurulilo fabrics which foreign and
domestic looms can produce.
Gents'Furnishing
GOODS.
Displaying the newest designs and
choicest selection of novelties.
AH APPROPRIATE GIFT
In the Shape of a
Handsome fall Pocket,
TO EVERY PURCHASER.
J. BRiLLES,
The Square-Dealing, One Price,
Clothier, Merchant Tailor and
dents' Furnisher,
1158 MAIN STREET,
WHEELING, W. VA.
ye IS.
DRY GOODS.
STOI'UHOMAS.
Just Itcceircd a Third Stock of Tlioso
RICH BLACK SILKS
At $1 25, $1 50 and $2 00, cheap at 33 per
cent more, that have had such a run.
AJso a Full Line ol Beautiful
OSIIm
OUIIIIIIBI OlIROj
IN ALL SHADES.
HOMES, SATINS, SURAHS,
Lace, Buntings,
Nun's Veiling, Cashmeres,
White Goods, Fino Thread,
Hosiery and Underwear
As Pretty, as Silk, etc., etc.
I Beautiful Summer Silk at H l-2c.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
OUR STOCK OF
Carpets, Velvets,
Tapestrys, Ingrains,
Hugs, Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and
Lace Curtain Goods
la Unsurpassed by any in the Ciiy.
PRICES LOW
Cheap Counter.
Wfi nlnKfl on snip 1a olnp# ?n* ?
- - r-?r . ? "?* ?'
variety or Seasonulilo Goods, marked
ilomi liO to 50 per cent.
Tile Cheapest Goods ever slioirn?Gnrlicr's
Host Teruilcs nt 12 1-2 cents; yard
wiilo Cambrics 8 ccnts; Lawus 5 to 8
iicnts; Rriunanta balf tlfcir cost. So bring
along your cash and examine Tor yourselves.
STONE & THOMAS,
1030 Main Street.
mv25 . .,, 1 .: . : : 'm--". .
WINES AND LIQUORS.
ohib. xjuot. ml. ullub. rum. hisu
C. IiRAUS & CO.,
If , ; (Bucctssor to H. Bchmalbach'A Co.,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN FOREIGN AND DOJIEBTIO
Wines and Liquors, Brandy,
GTN\ OORDI ALB AND WIIIBKIE8,
No. 1133 Market Stx cot,
No6 I
EDUCATIONAL,
'A SCHOOL FOR ?\
BECURITY, MbTHKRLY CAHK, GOOD hoiJ
IXU, DHLWUTKUIj LOCATION m>
REASONABLE CilARUlS,
JIT. DE CllANTAlj ACADEHV
NEAR WHRKL1NO, \V. VA. 1
The thirty-fourth rar u( thljwdi kiut-wn *b?
for ftltls, under thorhme of tto Mttenof thV\u
tutton. openi on Iho r IIUT MONDAY org*?
TKMBKKncxt, indeontluUM ten mouth*,
Putdls ttcvived nt ?nr time In the
Thuw wliodeMro to |Httw wvltiUuKbtonlnitiii,.
itltutlou nflbrdnKMU^toiiejTKw^ a.lv?ntir,, u
tho way of healthful nnd del pitiful liattof 1}
celloui board, Uu'jooRh dUri|;Uno niul lu?uuuu
at the haud? of llfo-loiw tcachcm, lu ever* iU-,1^!
went of female edueaUou, Including tho tmiuii
Imijjuw* and wu?l<\ at very reuohtble r?i?
shouldwind forftC?t*Ui5HBCi| MUrIum,1, AikltJl
DHttCTHBaB OF'T1IK ACAtHUlY ^
OH TUB VISITATION'
hoarWhtcllim. W.v.
THEMALK KOHOni. at "
X1 "3? r
The National Capltm
Nt.iuiilMn. Wm.D.C'ABF.IXw|U0|CT,,? .
School at the National Capital, a Bolta ifl1
andDajrHcbool for Ymiiut ladles, ou Urn TiiiJJi
WKDNKSDAY til BKlTKMllKK, lu hc bull i.
tt I.TCMIII I>ccu|.icil l.y SJtv M. ll. AnMHH
on Fourteenth khvot Mr. mid >(?. Cabell win4
saluted by a complete corn of Mwtcn. ui i J, *
fivcility will bo afforded io students in siim,]
cImmc*. while the lirvjiamtory dcpailuvut *i!i7
coIto most thorough attention. Ui *
Tho modem lanimncci will form & prvtnlr^.
feature of the school. Korlull MiUtuUn i
zsxxWEST
VIRGINIA UKlVKRSin;
The next wwiott begins RKITKMNKlt cih ij
Tun BaraKATK School*, Including SIrh>1 ?i iJu
lor? a ltd (School of hnRllsh. Full roum-i In ii.
and Medieluo extending thrauuli?Mii tho ????
hjilntg<d facllltlu for ?tudy of ?'l?j,u*l ffii
and aelcntlllo Africa tuns couipktely muIuS
chomiwil labratory. '1 horouuh counts t? \ J? ?}
and Modern lauguRRcsand lltmiuR, TmW?
at cost. Necessary expense# not over 6175
catalogues and other Informstion adrift* ' 1
W. L. \\ll.so.N,
au5 MorRAiH(,?n.V v?
west Hi mm
NINE departments of study; text ItoohlurtiMusi
AT COST; culoudar arranged to sulUtuWii
pciues for one year from 1175 to rJT0;i.nn Ht-tu'.a
liberal, thorough. hull term wbImskitj^iuiJ
7.1581. AUcndsnco last year ihuavswutttiwd
West Vinjlnia and from a btates aul TinitSw
Number of studout* lcrger thuu forkn jauipt*.
Vforcatalogues anil other inform*tlftn ipnw??
tho Acting I'roJdeut, D. 11. MJUINTUN, fii .
Unvn.Ve*t%n. ovj2
WESLEYAN FEMALE 1?
6TAUNTON. VIRGINIA. '
Opens September 20th. ltvSi Oi,c of the Flit
Schools for Young 1 utiles in the UnltiM staw
Bnrroundinpi beautiful. OUmatoumanaixsl. it.
plls from eighteen State#. Terms anion* Uie w
In tho Union. lluanl. Wnfc.itu* v.._n?- --
Latin, French,'(lemon, lnrtrumeuuf Mmir J?'
for Scholastic your from BejUetnler to Juno' V-.iV
For Catalogues write to ' ?~1*,
r.EV. WM. A. IIAIIIU3, D.D fw.
jy3-mrr*w Siuu?;,q yt
OHIO WESLEYAN UiiiliT
UELAWAltK, OHIO. 1
an Imlltullou ul lliu lilglinl ktu.1i.-: .nioiit n.
g?t cvUren feint or ?<*t. Knuanr utiani ,,
pense excepting fur clothing, ns ^Irt-n lit im j
hundred younxmcn, under $t?o. OtH-ii
Njxia. Ladies under special MinnL-iia M fijj
nctt Hall. Conservatory of Mu>lc.ArtdfurUn?L
Preparatory denartnu-ut, Normal, Kuist-j t-j
English aud otiicr j-i>ccial courso, U*?tbcr wlih
three regular college couni*. Kor Hi
dtcsa C. H. PAYS E, President. irjr'
Y'OCAL LESIONS. ~ ~ ^
mrs. ansi km. shew, iirvid; rctcratxl/run
her vacation, will rem rue her leuota oa
MONDAY, 8KPTi:>IDl!K 3ii>,
At her rooms, 1205 Market ilrcel. Intnntt ?ue
as to Parsons' Art Gallery. K,3
jyjusiu LESSORS.
Mrs. W. 8. Hutchins will resume h:
Classes in Piano and Vocal L-scusoa MOXDA.Y,
September 4tl, at her rtsidtnee, So.
80 Twelfth street, at which place {ltaierali
or address for information us to Urms, ic.
se2
liALTIMOKK, MD,
Mr. Viknos Institute, So. 11 Mi Vcrcon
Boirdlng nnd Lay Home School fir \cu:r ladia
and Little Girl*. Foundi.dJh.vj. Jin. M J.Jcst?
and Mis. U. Maltland, Principals. u.vMcd!yaIirp
corpsof able Professors. beautiful ?liui?iluc,frosting
one of the tenures Minomullisj; \Vi>liiniUa
Monument.- Educational advantBucstuiturpml.
Circular* wnt nn nwillr-Mii-n t-> I'-lm-li nl,. iyj-nf
UENANDOAIl AUAbKMY, W15cbe?ter,
Va. Eighteenth teflon lejltt* ,'tpt
Hth. Preparation for Univcniiy, anay, iiavj ?
business. Thorough disd|>llue. Lcwtlon ummpassed
for beauty and health. Covmtl pjtanjj.cn
and extensive suburban grvumls. C. 1* C. MIJOR
M. A.. (Univ. VhA l-L. I?. m.->rh
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
ALEXANDER BONE, 6R,
NOTABY PUBLIC, LICENSED GENERAL BUEnesd
and REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Loans negotiated, stocks bought and wM.ccChants'aud
manufacturers' book.so|cned,ex*iElirl
and closed. Estates settled, uotcs, book icioqdu,
and rent* collected, Houses renled and leiu4
Collections promptly remitted. Advaiirc* nude.
All business corrcKP'jiidencccoiifidcnttclljaltetilri
to. Send for circular to r&fcrcuas. 1318 Mifiet
street, (Cranglc's Block,) over City Eauk, Wheel!*
W. Va. W.
jyjILTON T. CAKR,
Surveyor nnd Civil Enginerr,
Attends to all work in Englneerlnt and Sunrjlug
at reasonable rates.
Office, 35 t wt.i.ftu Street,
Rfsldcuce. Pleasant Valley. N:Ulmul R"t l
JAMES GlfcCilMST,
Civil .Engineer, Stirvcyer anil Eraniiner
of Land Titles.
Office:?12 Twelfth Street, Wheeling,
W. Va. Telephone. No. M. a"'7- _
rp B. CAMDEN, M. D.,
Physician axul Surgeon.
Residence and olfiee No. Ift^FouitwiithntrMt
Offlee aim) Ht liai Chapllne street.
Tcleplioito No. C-CI and So. II.
Calta promptly answered. tnyZI
Q. 0. SMITH,
Heal Estate, Ilonil & Stock Broker.
Special attention given to collcctlng rent* laJ Uii
general management of Real Estate.
otltl 122Q Main utrcot. Wheeling. Vf. V*.
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. ITU L LI IIIJN has returned to the'ritjiad resumed
tho practice of medicine asd surgery. De
cau bo foilud at tlie
OFFICE OF THE 110A HI) OF EDUCATION*.
over the City Hank. Market -met. r.ji
BUSINESS CARDS.
gTEPHEN McCOLLOUGH,
Carpenter and Iluilder.
Brick Buildings erected complete la ill nodes
improvement*. Also wooden Imlldlcp lUud W
complete on, lot. Wooden hulldluK*' fauncd w<J
fitted up in yard at work shop and taken tn w7
utrtand completed, *111 reajonnble term*. All *i"
teratlon-s made on old building*, roofs valleyi
aky-lixh ta na rtieu la rl y a t ten deci to. Puks.couiitt.%
and fihclvfngHtted up on Kliort notice; ?u<rt frccu
>ut in aud stores altered. Residence >'ft %
eenth street, formerly occupied Ly Mr. Bca ?.jj.
Shop In rear of Capitol, on Allrr 13. C?'L
TyilEELING BOILEIt WOl'XS.
Manufacturers of portable, stationary. ts'iiBt
hollow, breeching, chimney*, tanks. Milk unshutter*
and all Kinds of heavy tliect faa *<?
Dealer* in second-hand hollers. For lnforp*IW3
apply to COX .t MOltltWN.
No. 1WG Market iWt
Telephone C-21. Rcpairaspccialaitentlox '"f
rcwmable. ' ZLL.
J) 0. LIST, JB.,
PORK PACKSB
Ae4 rarer of the celebrated CIIES7HB
which aro now ready and for
28 FOURTEENTH aTR^!,
My 8. C. SfciU aro all branded, "hb'.'i 011 r/T'
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J M. OLOUSTON,
Diiun m
Grab, Gronnd Feed, Baled Hay, Straff ?
South Street, Near Market Slrtet
Wlll pay tho highest market prlcc for wheat. ^J3,
and oat*.
j COMMISSION mekch*h'rS. ___
TOHN M. I100X A CO.,
11C0 MAIN 6TRKET,
Dealers iu (iralii, Provisions and 0'''>
Car Lot.".
Order* plnccd for HPK ^chaW*
tWous, Oil and Stock* on ? $"10 "
B. NtchoU <k Co.
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