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tilth-vi flow, mul U7 r<mrt<M'HlliMrr?'i.
W. VA? OUTOHBK 10, 1&U
BKrUBIJCAS TICKET,
/OR CON(lMt!?.
Int Dlit.?TKN'L NATHAN GorF.of HarriionCo.
2d Dliw-JOUN w. MASON, of Taylor Co.
8d DIM^R. U BUTTKtttK. of Kntuvwh* Co.
ilkUltU-HOU, UKOKOK LOO MIS, of Wood Co.
VOA TUB LKOISUTCKK.
n. n? DOVKNKIt.
J. D. MtrfTHAH.
J. M. niJKIT,
L, K. THOMA.
fOR hTATM BINA10B,
fx itUi ?U n tif*? iil./nf,.
wr jupoi or riMr circuit.
OKOIU8 R R 0 A I.DWKL1,, flf Ohio Co.
r.siM.Knlron in KflBlern markets in not |
as strong aa'a week ngo, although presenting
no appearance of a declino in price. 1'1>?
iron itj linn, nnd choico brands aro scarce.
Kahtkus trade in wool has been quieter,
owing partly to the tight money market
which him chocked active trading in its
manufactures. ValucH aro less buoyant,
bttt hold very steady, and tlio lull in do*
maud in likely to bo of abort duration.
Tiik efforts mado to keep tiio Btandard
nilver dollars in circulation continua to be
unsucceaaful. ItappearH that on the 2d
inst. tlio Treasurer of the United States
had on hand as assets $92,228,047 of these
coins. Tlio amount of asseta of this kind
reported on January 3d was $09,589,037.
Tain ia in increaso for nino months of $22,O3S,710.
L__
Tub annual report of the outgoing Treai*
deiit of tlio Danville (Va.) Tobacco Association,
'delivered a few days ago, stated
that the prospects of the new tobacco crop
aro very flattering. Keports from various
ucctions of Virginia and North Carolina
Btftto'thhttlio quality and color are quite
equal to thoso of the crop of 1880, "if not
superior." The crop, in Virginia fs placed
at DO per cent of the average, and that of
North Carolina at a full average.
OUiclul Vote of Ohio County?ISHO.
roil ritKS'T. Foil COMllt'S
' fi;',
. ;U. A * . .
.. DISTJUCTS. . j! , ?
2 . C ?* .
? ? y ~ ? 5
s I S I I j
O B 5, = ? 3
hnnliio ItoaitC 371 438 41 37f. 405 36
Ktil loii. ; :iv ?.? 2 29 so 2
Wmliwm -... M7 391 506 38 8
(Tl?y... .. m IOI 10 ivj 3'j:. a
Virion : 4UG 554 45 ?;? 5111 II
Outre.: 261 39i fi 261 !W ?
Wcbstor : 511 021 12 5M 629 12
Kuciiiu?
Kiiultie ItetMC 481 429 13 4S9 428 9
f Hnime..m 29 i'O & I* 25 8
Trlailelphln?
1.1.1 out- CO 125 2 07 121 1
-'Kublliartil'H 36 3" 36 87
Tfhdeljiliiiu.;....; 147 2S6 11, 217
Liberty-,
' I'otinn ic_ 35 2S P5, 28 ......
Valley drove 105 C3 3 109 CI 1
Liberty ........ 75 81 6 7? 83
Jllr.liUml?
School ffouffi..... 26 71 1 21 7." 1
-Olefin'sHun.. *92 111 92 111
Total 3773 406C 149 4796 4050 138
A OAKI> Ficon KM It* I' M A KM IIA!.L?KMl.
Ills KcnituiH for Withdrawing from (lie
;. ^ < i.I ^OIISjr<.HHi?ua| loutcMt,
1 Living understood from numerous
sources tlmt I have been charged with having
declined jny candidacy for Congress in
favor of ' Gen. Golf, for a nionied consideration,
at the hands of Gen. Goir or his
Congressional Committee, I hereby declare
tho uamo to bo unqualifiedly false.
Tlie solo consideration which actuated me
in my.support of Gen. GolT was the fact
that the Republican .'party had endorsed
three'Greenback Labor candidates for the
Btnto Senate, two candidates for the llonse
of Delegates, and Judge Guthrie for Court
of .Appeals; and the further and important
fait that Gen. GolT on the tari/r question
sUuHjSnsjdo by side with the Greenback
Labor party.
r'Tlie cause for this cliargo against n:o
grew out of a facetious or jocular remnik
im'de to.some two or - three of my Democratic
friends iu private conversation in
regard to my withdrawal.
llOREUT MaIISHALL,
! "Wheeling, October 0,ISS'i. ,
' . " A UAR.1l.lU
To (lie Voter* of itiu t'lrnt Jiulictnl lili'l
r trict;
'(Tlie Committee has learned tlint a quan-:
flfy of bogus tickets, purporting to be Republican
-tickets, have . been scattered,
throughout this and other counties com-1
poaing'tliia Judicial Circuit, with the natuo i
of George P>. Caldwell, Jvsq., omitted therefrom,
as the candidate for Judge, and that!
of the Democratic candidate substituted in
place'of jti'
This notice is to warn all votera against
beingirdeceived by said tickets, and to
ignore:, all1 tickets at the polls purporting
to lie Republican tickets with iMr.
C.ddweii's name omitted. A|I such tickets
aro,spurious and bogus, aud intended to
entrap the'unwary.
Mr: Caldwell is tho regular Republican
ijoimnep for Judge, and no tickets' are
genuine without* his name thereon, lie is
the chosen representative of tho party,
regularly anil fairly nominated in
confehmbe, 'nud ' is only opposed by
tho getter up of'"' theso tickets
for personal reasons. He is a gentleman
exceptionally well lilted for the discharge
of thiS'Ottice, of good mind, largo experi*
ence,' marked independence, unbending
integrity, of prompt and thorough business
habits, and in all respects a gentleman of
whom we may expect if elected Judgo a
record as creditable as that which thus far
in lifn Iiiih K5n ????????? ? 1!
zen, a soldier 'and a lawyer. '#
' ' Sl'AUr.lHNCJ Iv,'WALLACE,
;(Ci'/iiiOUio Co!. Republican Committee.
i^JoiiNsoK, ...
Secretary.
*" AVhcdlinpi Oct. 10,1SS2.
;IJ Til K I'.l It IFF COM .U IS.N I O.V.
It Will bcin Wheeling on Tlmi-mlny.
vThe'U. S.) Tariff Commission will arrive
herd to-morrow evening, and will hold a
sessionI at tho;AfcLuro Uouae the following
day,They, come here, as we have previously
stated, to hold a conference with
leading representatives of our city industries'
ami with representatives from this
region on both' sides of the river who may
lMd Wheeling a convenient point of access
tojXJie/ Commisaion. They aro here in
order to inform themselves and be informed
brothers in regard to tho wants and the
wishes oMhis particular part of the country.
Wo need uqtmoro.than suggest that
it will bq proper,on tho part of our leading
(iusijiess lraeul,6ven if they, have no views
to presfcufc, to call upon tho Commission us I
a 'mhtter of courtesy aud hospitality. We
trust that every respect of thisclumicter will
ho shown the members, as they area body
of'ijien of recognized intelligence and character,
selected to confer with tho business
iiVeh 'of thu country at alt leading points,
hear;their complaints aud' rccoinmeuda-,
tiona and present thorn (n n practical and
authoritative form to the, next sesslt^ ol
Congress. Slnco their appointment in the
curly part of tho Bummer they lntvo beer
very busy, holding letslona every dny ir
some part of tho country, and they hav?
gathered nn Imtnenso volumo of facta an?
figures, which they will preeent tho up
pointed time along with their observationi
| and views.
I Wo trufcttlmt tho wool men,tho iron men
tho kIuhs men, tho pottery ihtere&t, mid al
other interests ut or near this point will In
represented hero on Thursday, ho tlmt tin
Bituntlon here and hereabouts may bo a
perfectly understood aa poasiblo by thi
nu mbers of tho CoinitMisiqn.
Tho Commission are at preflent nt Pitts
ouryb, find, jih wo said, will leavo llin
point to-morrow afternoon for Wheeling
l'roin a sketch of them in yesterday's Pitts
burgh Commercial wo mako tho followinj
extract:
Tho Tariff Commission, as everybody
knows, is com nosed of nine members
The President, lion. John U Hayes, is i
resident of Cambridge,Mass.. lie was i
neighbor and old friend of Longfellow's
and is himself somewhat noted /or hit
literary work. He is an attorney by pro
feHsion, but htta for many years given clow
attention to tho culture of 'tine wools am
Btnnda eminent as an expert fu that fine
lion. Duncan F. Kenner, of Louisiana, hui
been n prominent man in tho South foi
forty years, llo is u largo sugar plantei
and is heavily interested in tho leading
branches ol trado ill New Or leans. Dtirint
the civil war Mr. Keurier was tho head o
(ho Committee on Ways and Means of tin
Confederate Congress." lie was elected ant
sent lo Kurope by JellVrson DuviB asen\02
to Louis Nupoleon of Trance, while Lori
l'almerston was Prime Minister of Englam
to conduct the secret negotiations for tin
recognition of tho Confederacy bv tin
European powers. The war wiped out hi
extensive fortune, but since then by ban
and shrewd work he has recovered liis oh
financial standing, lion. Kobert P. l'orte
in the youngest memberof the Commission
lloisii journalist of wide reputation.^ 1L
was formerly associate editor of the Chicagi
Inter* Ocean, but in recentyearalio hasbcej
editor and proprietor of the JuUr/iationa
Haieic./ Mr. l'orter has written a numbe
of works on practical subjects ami is th
head of tho "Wealth,"Debtand' Taxatio;
Department" of the United Slates Census
one of the most important branches of tha
complex institution^ He is recognized i
the United States andln Europe as a sto
tistician of great reliability on all practice
matters. A recent book from his pen, "Th
tvusi uuruik me j/jhi ragniy xeare," is nl
trading great attention in the East am
in Kurope. lion. A. M. Garland i
an Illinois farmer living near SpringfieU
.Ilia.. Practical and clear headed, bis sej
vices liuvo been of great value. He is pai
ticularlv well posted in matters nertftiuin
to wool growing. Col. A. It. Boteler. c
UVst Virginia, is a true type of the Old i)c
: minion .gentleman, Anold tiino Wh% h
represented his district before tho war* bu
when soeession came and his State seceded
he went with her. He was a member e
the Confederate Congress for one terra am
afterwards entered the army, serving undo
Stonewall Jackson and Gen. J. U. Stiiari
Llis line, old-fashioned place, which hat
been in tho family for inauv gent rations
aud which was destroyed during the tight
ing ia tho Shenaudoafi valley, will be rt
mlimbered by some of Allegheny county'
veteran soldiers. Juilgo J. \V. H. Under
wood resigned a position on the bench o
tho Supreme Court of Georgia to be
come a member of the Commission
He iaafiuu-lookiug, typical represcutativi
ofthoiyouthern L'l'ntleDiau: bin father u-h
ii distinguished jurist atfirfile imtitMs wel
knowu through the Cdrolinas and Georgia
He resides at Home, a thriving city lift;
miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia. Judg't
J. A. Ambler, of Ohio,is an old resident o
Allegheny and will be remembered b;
many of the eitizeus of both cities. Thirl;
odd years, ago lie left this section and set
tied in Salem, Columbiana county, Ohio
Lie was olected to a place ou the judiiciirj
at an early aged and served a number' o
terms with credit to himself andsatisfaetior
to the district. Afterwards he was electee
to Congress and represented the Colum
hiana district for three terms. During iiii
Congressional career he earned the reputa
Hon of being a careful, conscientious ant
hard working representative. While theS:\i
Domingo excitement was at its greatest
heat, Judge Ambler occupied an Important
position on the Committee of Foreign Af
fairs and was highly complimented on tin
course he pursued. * Col. VV. H. iMcM ihon
is a native of New York and served will
distinction during the war. At South Moun
tain, while at the head of his command, he
was shot through the eye and shoulder. Ht
was taken to a house in the neighbornooi
und his condition was' so. critical thai
six months elapsed before he could b<
moved. Careful nursing and a strong
constitution pulled him -throuiih. 1I?
is now connected With the Now York Cus
torn House, and is considered a high authority
on nil matters affecting the Cus
torn# Department. The New York impor
tcrs, and the Custom House appraisers anti
examiners, regard Col. Laurence as tin
best judge of all questions relating to the
adjustment of duties in the United States
Air. Henry W. Oliver, Jr., of this city, is
too well known here to require special
mention. He is the. only practical iroi
I man on the Commission and on hiirr wll.
devolve the hardest part of the work durI
ing its stay in Pittsburgh.' .
| Messrs. C. W. Brockunier, reprcscntinj
the ^outh Wheeling Glass . Works, and N,
B. Scott, representing the Central GIhsj
i Company, wero at Pittsburgh yesterday
conferring with the manufacturers at tlml
point in regard to the presentation of tlieii
interests before the TnriU' Commission
The report on behalf of tho glass iuteresl
will bo made to tho Commission at thcii
session in this city on .Thursday. /
Mr. E. M. Pearson, Superintendent ol
the Wheeling Pottery Company, will present
nn elaborate report to the Tariff Commission,
at its session here, as to the condition
of that interest at this point.
Our nail men should prepare ?ud sut>
mit a similar report.
A number of prominent -wool growers
are expected to appear before the Com mission.
Witcnn, without hesitation, say that Dr,
Hull's Coujjh Syrup has given tho beat satisfaction.
We have sold an immensu amount
of it during the past winter.
Wallace Hilto> & Co..
Druggists, Lock Haven, Pa,
' tufifcw
CARTER?On Sunday afternoon, OctobcrS, 18S2,
nt 4 o'clock. S. II..11. I'AKTKk. in tliO?0:li vot?r nf hli
age. ; .; / ;
Tho funeral will tnlco plncc from his Into rcfl
(tencc, four ml tea cast of the city, on. Wodncsdaj
worn Inn tit 10 o'clock. i Friends of tho family,an
'Invited. . '
GOFK?At "Bolialro. Ohio, on Saturday ;evonlng
October 7. lSS'J, at5 o'clock, Mauy, wits of Isan<
Wolf, In theS'Jd ywrof her age. '. ; "
| Funeral from the Twldenco of her husbnnd, cor
j nor of Noble and Thlrtynecond street, on.Tuesday
at 2 o'clock _f,m. Friends of tho family aro Invited
;to attend.' -;,1; *
WKI.LS?On Monday morning, October 9,1852, ai
10 o'clock, Hattik >!.,-daughter of Leo aud M, A,
i IVolls, aged C yeais, i * "
Fancral services at tbo residence of her parents
So. 2:107 Mala street, on-Wednesday morning atJ
o'clock. Interment at Cameron, W, ;Va, -Friend!
of tho family aro invited,
McCOY?On Monday morning, October 9,' 1882, ai
12 tioon, Oath \hinb r. ilcCov, ngt'd 05 years.
Funeral from her.late, residence, No, 1513 Jacol
street, on Wednesday morning at half past olghi
o'clock. Frlonds of the family arc. invited. He
(j\:icin Mas* at t>io fMhedral at 9 a. v.
IIIMflf
P.xln Blade, Tlluo Black, and * raj PjS
? popyinir.au of fuivrior qui. : yV Nw
0 IB lity, chlmtnir St??clnl ox? i VJ Hw
m H collrnrv in tho esucnUal* or < Q My
vLEf I'lulilliy, c'nlnr nml Din 9 ; Run
W rabiliiy, ' Circular* treo. Utl laej til
Mson, Blakcman, Taylor & Co., N. Y.
1 ? MEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
[ w.anted-a g00di beliable
. H Dor 1ft or 10 years of ?gc. InqtilioatllULL
AKU FKINT1NO HOUMt, l'J.8 MM? ttreet. oclO
' tttaxtkd?gf.k.man' gi1ii. in a
tt ?mall family to do general hou?t>woik: good
j MfHgo* paid. Muit eomo wfcll womwended. Ap*
j l>ly at I.. Swnbarker, 10(11 Main atreet. oclO.
Boy waxteu?to stand is a
HhooRtoro; onothat can spe?lc Herman pro
i lertod. Address tbc undcrftsncd, listing age and
mlilro?>. H, J. H., enro Intcliuenroroinw. oclO
qhildkkn'6
1 Portraits a Specialty.
Alt sittings by tbo instftnUuioous process,nt
s PAItSON'8',
\> oclO OpiKwIto Mclairo House.
j^oticic. '
t J willnotjmyany bJllscmiirftcled by any,
' person except those contraetoil by iuyaelf, |
oclO* I). B, ADAMS,
jpou sale.
I'laurtoiiH ami IMatio Box HitpgW's.
i The lite linn of Hook, fjehrnder Co. have on
. hand some llr*t-cltun Uunclva, wltlcli tlicy will awll
nt a low prlcu for the purpose of closing np their
i biiHlneM. ull at their rooms, two door* above tlio
i old <'?rri?g(i aitt?uf?ctfrr.
??10 IIUOK, BCIHUDKlt A CO.
Kkguijar tuesday packet foit
Parkeniburg, i'omuroy, tlallljiolis, rn?* w
/ronton, UuuthiKtoit, Portsmouth,Stan- LrifcwSx i
vllle, Cincinnati and Louisville, the
' Kant pawenger itcaiuer
r new andes Char. Miwijumm, Master.
r Mart K. Nou, Clerk.
? Leave*TDHSDAY,OOTOBF.U lO.at ar.M., positive,
ly. ranM-tigers and freight receipted through to nil
{ points West aud South, For freight or passage, ap*
I ply on board or to C. 11. BOOTH ?t SON,
j oc 10 Agent*.
' NKWJlisTANBlJEIsT.
iTHE IDEALMETHODS
iJ
, For Violin, Gnltar, Cornet, l'inno. Cabinet Own,
, German \?cordeon, Flageolet, Clarinet, Mute.r'lfe i
1 ami llanjo. hleven book*, by Skp. WiN.Skit. The
1 in west iiml bestehean li.Ktrnctore going. with new.
r modern and >prlghtly mu>le. 'I he Meal, Method
for the Cornet, for instance, hits '24 Instructive
pa. es, and 86 good i uiicm.
U . l'rlco of cach hook, 75 cents.
GODKOD'd NK.V (HUTORIO,
I THE KEUEMPTION!
r NovVllo's Kdltlon. The only one adapted to Gnunmt'*
oilgiuul orchcMtrntion, Is just out. anil Its
^ publication 1h considered tlie urcntcst event of the
i) iclixl tluce the production of Mcnili'lfsohn's KJJJ&h
, In 1810. Send ai once lor specimen. copy.
{ I'RICK 11.04.
II The Singing School Season Is upon us. I)o not
l- think of neglecting our new and very ?u|>erlor
:t
? TllK PEEBLES'. (75cls.) W. <3? Perkins' new,
eit nr.d best, Is just out. Greater variety and more
-* perfect arrangi-mont than any preceding Hinging
j CIiim Book by this author.
a . TIlK I1)K? Ii. (7ool?.) L. 0. Emerson's ncwcut
| and literally the b*-ht book, U rviiurkubly well
adapted for clashes, conventions and roelal Kinging.
Any book mailed, pc*t-pnld, for retail price.
K . OLIVER DITS0N& CO., Boston.
if C. II. DITSON A CO., 813 Broad way, New York.
nn 10.T.4V
0 ITOlt ltlCASOINH AVIJLY
I; The Perfection Pefrigeralor,
dr The Giant Ice Cream Freezer,
j AND THK
', WATER COOLERS
I. Are superior to all others, call on
! B. J?. C ALD WE LL,
1 PEAZ.&R r.\
? Stoves, Tinware, Tin Roofing,
1 IRON CORNICES, and HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS,
I Nos.1507 and 1509 Iiin Street.
mysn-TU
; NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
f .
| OJess&Sons,
; MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now in Stock a Full Line of
i FancyandStaplelooleiis
I BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
J "Which we offer at
Prices that Defy Competition!
Other Woolens at lowest prices. "Wo carry
. the largest lino of goods in the city, agd our
. Oct Ups urt> lirat-clasi in every reapecc
! ALL WOOL KNIT JACKETS
5 ' And a Full Line of
I Gents' Furnishing Goods.
I :?
Persons desiring anything in our line will
find it to their interest to examine our stock
p before purchasing elsewhere.
C. IIESS & SOIVS,
1 COIt. MAIN .t FOURTEENTH 8TS.
S09
NEW GOODS!
JUST OPENED AT
JOHN FRSEDEL'S
CHINA STOKE,
For tlie Fall Tx-atle ,
^ Call and examine goods beforo purchtwine
JOHN FRIKDEL,
seU No. 1130 Main Street.
?!M ui
An Absolut clj Pure Yepetablo Oil.
For Cooking Purposes is Better than Lard,
Fuljy Equal to Butter, and Costa
Much Less than JSither.
One Pound of Olive "Bulicr will do (lie
Work of Two Pounds of Lnrd.
TRY IT and REAL'ZE ill GREAT MERITS.
, MANUFACTURED OXLY BY
WASHINGTON BUTCHER'S SONS,
OO? FOR PALE BY AI,r, GROCERS.
ERIC AN 1 "
? Insurance Company9
t ' .. 01? WHEELINO; "\V. VA.
DIRECTORS.
> John M. Brown. I John Frett.
t Alex. Laitig. J. A. Miller.
. J. F. I'uul. J A. D. Seamon.
Gcorpe Wiso,
: . ;i ' Otficm
J. A. Miller " -.President.
John Frew - Vice President,
P. U.' Bobbins . - - Secretary.
Olllce 1318 Mnrltot Street
(Over City Bank!)
Insures against low or damagfl by fire on
dwellings, Household goods, Mercantile,
Manufacturing and Farm property.
jjaa-Patron?so respectfully solicited. ocC
pny gooi>s-oeo. r. taylor.
xjptir
GOODS
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Geo. R. Taylor.
Our rogiilar purchase of Now ]
Fall and Winter Stock now opon
anil ready to show.
Wo cordially invito the ladies to
call anil inspect; the choico collection
of every description of goods
in our lino.
DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT!
Wo Ileg to nnnoiinco the completion
or our Stock of Dress (ioods
by the largo accessions of this
week.
In Dress Goods vc are prepared
to show the most choice selections
of tho latest imported fabrics.
Geo. R. Taylor.
CLOAK
' ' I
DEPARTMENT!
Our late purchase of Cloaks and ]
IVraps of every description now ,
ready lor inspection. 1
This important branch of our
business lias received special uttcn
lion with the view ol' continued >
enlargement.
Our Stock or i
Seal Sacqnes, '
Fur and Silk
Lined Ceciliau
Dolmans and Circulars, 1
Cloth Sncques.
Dolmans and Jackets,
Silk Ilrocado and
Diagonal I'ellissos,
Jersey {Jacques, 1
Misses' and Children's Cloaks !
Children's Cloth Dresses, &t?, &c.,
was never half so largo and varied
as at jiresent.
<
Geo. R. Taylor.
<
i
USTETW"
Merino Underwear. '
i
Onr New Stock or White anil Ited :
MeriimUndorwcar for Men, Women
and Children, is now full and complete
ill .sizes and variety.
GE0.R.TAYL0R.
OC0 . .. , . V . . .... i. > .4
GROCERIES AMD TOBACCO,
S. BAER & SONS
Have the Largest and most Complete
Stock of
GROCERIES!
In the State.
2 Car Loads'of Soapiaa
Received hist week. This is known as tbo
best in the Market,
We ofl>r special Inducements In
CANNED TOMATOES & PEACHES
And ftll other Canned Goods.
TOBACCOS/IEAU SYRUPS
Sold lower than any other house in our line
in tha State.
Before buying call and examine our large
Mid extensive stock of groceries. A largo
discount to cash buyers.
S. BAER & SIS,
1112 and MU Main Street.
sclS.
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
I take pleaanro In announcing to my old patrons
and to the trudo generally, that, Mure tlio Into lire
at ray enUiblUtimuut, 1 Imvo tlioioujjlily renovated
ay building*, and urn now prepared to offer aa
largo and vatlud it utock ul gcuetul growiwr and
nrnvUlnhft a* inn lio f nil ml In llio tf?n?n Tliout
Roods Hro oil new nnd carefully selected.
My own euro of choice nmoked meata delivered
direct from my 1'ork llouke at Munchester.
i Imvu been appointed */l? ?gent lu tltu city tor
the following lending npoelaHk'?, vl*:
Itmufbrd Chemical Works' Jtcnowncil
Vc.u-1fonder In lioltle#.
l'.J. Rlttor's Fruit Hollers ami I'reserrcs.
Frank Slildul's Wonderful Soip.
IVnril'u White Itonix Soap.
Ward's Klcctrlrj iiigf Soap.
.HcXnniara'a Glory Tobacco.
McAl|iIn's Onward 'loliacco.
IVcjmnn & Bros'. Celebrated I'lUslmrgli
Smoking Tolmcio.
DnPont's Spoiling, lllllc, Mining and
Jllasiing 1'owder.
FAMILY ASP HAKEltV FLOUIt.
BcComiellsyllle Hold Sheaf I'utpiit Flour,
ltrst In 111i' market.
Silver Star?Uakcr's Flour.
Dally JJri'ad?linker's I'lour.
M. JEt ISILHiY,
WHOLESALE GROCER & PORK PACKER,
Noa. 1300 ni)d 1311 Main Street,
jy2G Wheeling, W. Viv.
TIIVIOTHY SEED
-ANDPHttNIX
POTT FLOOR.
1,000 Bags Prime uiul Choice Timothy Seed
for sale.
Phcuoix Patent Flour always in stock.
Try it. It is the best.
Headquarters for AKBUCKLE'S justly
Celebrated COFFEE.
FULL LIKE 01' GltOCEIUES.
Call to see us.
Jos. Speiclel?Sc Co.
ago WHOLESALE GUOCEUS.
JIKY IT!
TILE PEERLESS
Snrla r.i'^r^orl
YOU CAN GET IT AT
SMYTH'S.
ec2
p|0 M EMADE. PRESERVES,
PICKLES, ETC.
Preserved Peaches, Pears, Quinces, Pineapple,
Damson and Tomatoes. Cucumber
Pickles, French Pickles, Spanish Pickles,Hylen
Salad, Mellon Mangoes, Pepper Mangoes,
Peach Marmalade and a variety of Jellies nt
GEO. K. McMEOHKN'S,
0(G- lilOti Market 8t.
THTJRBBR'8
SHREDDED OATS,
GRANULATED TAPIOCA.
8AGO, WHEAT, FARINA, OAT MEAL
vnd their celebrated Potted and Canned
neata for summer nse, at
anlU MoMECH UN'S. 33SO Mnrket St.
^STATIONERY,
J^O ANYBODY WHO NEEDS
OR EVER WILL NEED A
BASKET!
We ask to call at once and buy one at Your
3wn Price, as tve shall discontinue keeping
iiem, and what wo have must go. We mean ,
ijcnctly what we say. ,
STANTON & DAVENPORT,*>22
XO. 1501 M MtK KT KTItKET*
gCHOOL BOOKS AND
SCHOOL STATIONERY!
A complete assortment such as used in
THE CITY AND C.OUNTItY SCHOOLS,
For sale at Contract Prices, l>y
Josejjli Graves,
W4 If. TWKUT1I STH1XT. ;
MUSICAL POOPS.
poit SALE.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND ,
Steimvay Piano, '
AT A BARGAIN.;
Call soon.
LUCAS' MUSIC STORE,
jc2!l 3142 Main Street.
QIIGAN FOR m 3" c
A new Smith Organ with Btool anil Book
ur-rw. warrameuiortive years. :
QfO WILSON A, BAUMER, piVE
CENT MUSIC,
Ten Cent Music/
itt ??e,n . M"Rlcnt Kft1' rric0ALL11USIC
nt rcdumi tiricvs.
-1USIO BOOKS at rcduced prlccs.
At WM. H. KTIETB'S,
W Twelfth St.. Washington Hull.
J)OG COLLAKS, (
BOO MUZZ ELS, DOG CHAINS,
The largest assortment in the city at the
Tardware and Housefumisliing Store of
nksiutt & duo., i
]yl0 1312 Market Streut,
_ DRY POOPS* __
eastemjisr
Dry Goods Store
llio MAI3V ST.
GREAT CLEARING SALE!
Diving to Dissolution ol' Co-pnrtnciship,
entire Stock to bo Closed
i\.. L
UIll
Regardless of Cost!
BALK TO COMMKN'CH
SATURDAY MORNING,
And continue until further notico.
MARSHALL & CO,,
EASTERN DIIY (iOOl)S ST011K,
lllO ST.
' W
FEW
FILL WHIPS
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE STATE
?AT-*
LOW PRICES.
Seal Skin Sacques,
Fur Lined Circular?,
Now Dolmans,
Now Cloaks,
New Ulsters,
New Shawls,
New Kress Good?.
Black Silks and Cashmeres
A SPECIALTY.
I. S. RHfifiPSv ft nn.
? ? iiiiiivwmwi
M'l 2
DRUGGISTS.
LADIES READ THIS!
PEPPER that is l'EPPEK!
CINNAMON, that is CINNAMON.
1'Uitic spices:
ALL KINDS, AT
LOGkA-INr 3c CO.'S,
DtugsLsl, Utilise Comer.
Catsup Bottles!
Fruit Jars, Salad Dressing,
Pure Flavoring Extracts,
Highly Perfumed Toilet Sonps,
, Toilet Sets, Thermometers,
Barometers, at low prices.
SOU) BY
LOGAN cSi CO.
THE HflUSEffPERS' DELIGHT!
TQ T /VI A V TTBTA fAICl
Excelsior Baking Powder,
The best and chcnpest reliable Powder, in the
market. Address orders to
LOG-A-IN" <3c CO.,
sell) JPrugglwU*. BiMkc Corner.
KRAFT'S
DIARRHfEA
COMPOUND,
The osly Bale and certain cure for
Cliolcni, Cholera Jlorlins, Dinri'licrn,
Dyscnlai'v, Collo, Cramp?, Summer
Complaints, .to.
Tnvnluable for childrvn during their Second
Summer. In use for more than twenty yearn and ,
Iuih never failed. Ko cure no pay. Prlcc&O cents.
B. A. McCA I5E & CO., Proprictora,
jyl WHKKL1NO. W.VA.
Tl. S- LIST
1010 nun-A-insr ST.,
Keeps In slock a line of fine Chemicdis,
Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Brashes,
Combs, Notions, Cigars, Ac.
Citizeus and Strangers arc cordially invited
to call. sel-1
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS.
QUKTAIN POLES,
EBOXY AND WALNUT,
N'lcely finished and furniBhed with Rilt brackets
ind rings, for Rale very low at the
McLURE HOUSE AKT STORK,
oc" ; F- L. yiCOLL. Agent.'
?AMPS! LAMPS1
The Cheapest and Handsomest Lamp in
.ne cuy, ai -14 Twcuili street.
ocG W. S. IIUTCIIIXS.
jQRY PLATE OUTFIT.
One % Dry IMatc Outfit with 5 Extra Holdjre,
very Cheap. Just the thing for amateurs.
Everyono their own photographer.
KIRK'S ART RTORK,
QfO 1005 Main Stroot.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
HIAfi. XBAUB. BOL. XBAV8. KID. HASH
C. KRAUS & CO.,
(8uax*sor to H. Bchinulbach 4 Co.,)
BiPORTERS AO DEALERS
IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIO
Wines and Liquors, Brandy,
GIN, OOKDIAIS AND WHISKIES,
So. 1133 Market Sticot,
No6
CLOTHING-.J. BRILLES.
FREE!
BAILltO/VD
Excursions!
Tlio people of Wheeling and Vlclnlly art
for the first (hue offered ? ?erle? of free rail'
road exclusions to surrounding towns, llv
carefully muling tlio following yon can lenrr
the towns tO which theso excursions will bt
given and liotv to urccced to got free ticket#;
TO CINCINNATI.
Order at t lie Fqimre Dealing, 0no lY!c<? Cloth
lug House, 1 lftS Mnln street, for$30.allno
Latest btyleBnlt of Clothes for which
other Merchant Tailors would
chargov'on $50. The|:D thus
wived will enable you to
take a free excursion
to Cincinnati.
TO CLEVELAND.
Buy for $20 at iho Square Dealing, One Pricc
Clot hi tiff Jtou/e, /i hnndeomo Satin*
lined Cant ami Veit worth $110,
The $10 thus raved wilt
enable you to enjoy
a trip to Ohio's
Lake Metropolis.
TO COLUMBUS.
Buy nt tlio Squuro Dealing,. One Prlcc
Clothing Itoune, a line Black Cloth Suit
worth ?15, for Iho mnII *um of
$20. Th? $15 thus saved will take
you to tho place where the
Ohio Legislature commit
tho worst
misdeeds.
TO PITTSBURGH.
Buy at the Square.Dealing, One Frlre Cloth
tngllottte, aline Medium Weight Over*
cont for $lfi. but actual I v worth
$22 50l For the $7 .M) saved
you can visit Pennt-ylvania's
smokiest
and wickedest
city.
TO STEUBEN V1LLE.
Hay at the Square Dealing One Price Cloth
inn House. a Boy's Suit for the little fellow,
for 40, which would cost yon$3
at another place. For the $ !
thus saved you can visit
the city just above us
on the opposite
bank of tho
nindddy
Ohio.
TO PABKERSBURG.
Buy all your Furnishing Goods for Gents a
tlie Square Dealing, One Price Clothing
House and you can soon save enough
to lake any trip within one hundred
miles of Wheeling. We sell
all our goods in this lino
from ten to twenty-five
per cent cheaper
than they are actually
selling
for elsewhere.
Separate apartments for Ladies lofitsuitsoi
Boys and Children. Our line of Picce Good
for Merchant Tailoring is the largest in th
city. Otic stock of Overcoat# hu3 nocqua
here. OurReady-made Clothing ia the lies
in the market as regards style durability am
finish.
We invite you all to call and examine on
new Fall and .Winter Stock and then judgi
for yourselves.
THE
SQUARE DEALING,. ONE PRICE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
i 'oiiiiiro
J, DniLLCO,
Gloihier. Marchant Tailor & Grentss'
1-i'uruisher.
oc7 1158 Main Strcot
DRJ^GOODS.
. OUR
FILL AND WINTER
STOCK
-OFDRY
GOODS
18 NOW COMPLETE IS
-A.11 Departments,
STYLES CHOICE
viVr -.ill ' 'riu: '! ' i-iY
?AXV? U r,
PRICES REASONABLE!
-v u n ;
AN EARLY
INSPECTION
IS SOLICITED.
Brues & Coffer,
ll<5!i Muin St.
oc2
educational*
ft SCHOOL FOR iisi I
SKCl'KlTY, MoTUKUl/Y CAKK. GOOD hOA*>
ISO, IfeMMlTI-'ftL LOCATION ASll U i
KKA80NAULK C1IAKOKM.
JIT. DE CHANTAL ACADEMY
NEAU WHKKUNO, W.VA. ' J
The thirty-fourth year of llil; well known *ch? I
or Rlrli, uudui the chajve of the hitters ol the Vu. I
UHou, opens on tho F1H8T MONDAY OF grt 1
TKMBKKncxt,?udconllnuc?U'n tnonthi v' 1
Pin?ll* iccelf?1 at ntiy tlnio Ju thu
Tii(*e whodeidre to \?I?co theltdaunUimtnan In.
itlUili ai ftfliirdliiRCxwvt oliKlly KwMiilvMiUsain
the way of healthful and del Rhtful InwiionVu.,
> cvlU'iii board, IhormiRhdlscltlhio nud ItiniuAim
' hi tho hHUd* of llfp Joijtt tciielii'j*, )}! trcryilcnA
1 mcnt'ol letimlo education, Including the w,iim
1 h\iiKiii\Ri* mid <rouMo, nt very rvwotmbie n,t,
i KhouldHend forKC-lxJoRnoof UiUtchonl. AditvU
DlKECTKKsS OFTHK AOADKMY ^
OK J'lIK VIHITATIOjf,
)rM-t\?* N i'w r \V hfv! ill g,^\y*
jpEMA-'liB SCHOOL AT
rJTho National Capital
Mr. and Mrs. Win. D. OA HKLIj will oj?u a rmili I
8ch/?) Hi tho JSjitloHtti (Apita). n Kelivt tt 1 1
Rim uiiy rcikhji lor Yjiuna l-nilk-p, on thu TIUhS I
NVKDSK8UAY In fKlTOtn l.K. In t UilMlc, I
ill prcwnl occupied hy.Mnt M. It. Anbcr'i Sthoul 1
on Fourteenth kirecl. Mr. and Mr*. t'aMI vrllto
*wd*t<?d t/y a complete <wp? of MaMcn. and ctm 1
facility wlU 1hj nflotded to ktudcuttln riIvmicm
dwwm while tho ptcpautory department will n>
who most thorough attention.
i The modern Uuumoccb \vlll lorn a prominent
feature of thenchoul. >or full particular* MldnM
WEST VIRGINIA UH1YBRSITT.
The next 'nemloh begin* HKl*TKMIlKK Cth, lssi
It* BirAKATK SCHOOL*. lnclUtHt?K Kbool 0|
ton-undschool of * nullah. lull cotim* in uw
n?d iJedldno extondlnx Ihrouilioiu the m-wJou.
KuliuK'-d facilities for midy of 1'liyilral Sclnuw
and Kdcutltlo A?ricultutp; completely quipi*!
chetnlctd kiimtory. 1 liorouuh cuuix't in Auckut
nod Modem JtuiBUaRca and Iheraturc. TtuUxiki
at rmU" Neeewwr* tmmwm* not over 8175. lot
CAwloKtiw Mid outer information hjM'cm
\V. L. VN ll.fcON, ItcMdciit.
nuS. MotRnntowu. \T. va,
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY,
KIN K department! of itudv; text hooks fiirnlnhcd
AT COST; enlcuditr urranxed to HUltlcachen; cx^
nenfCN for one year {ruin 1176 to
liberal, thorough. Kail term kKltmSKlTKMHKK
" 7. 1S81. Attendance laat mr iroiniMtoimtlwol
West Vlrfilidii and from 8 BtMw aiul IVirilork*.
Number of atudeut* larger than for teuyenn pre**VKor
catalogues and other Infotmatlnn aw>ly to
the Actlxm l'reddcM, 1). B. l'UltlNlOX, Mor^ii.
Iawtti- Viwt Vu
- UlYl'i
^BUSINESS CARDS,
JOHN VFAU1U nuXKLttZ.
3 oil n Pl'fUT &. Co.,
. (Successors to HoQk. Schroder k Co)
CAKUlAUI'l .MAM)t'ACTl'IlllUS,
We herewith cull the Attention of the public thai
from Octobcr I. ItsS2, nil oideiH In the t"nrri?Ru
Mniinf4CUirln? Hue lolt with usw 111 mi-lvc prompt
Attcntloii, Ht the mine time pwinuiUc thM *(>uw
nothing t?ut llo.t el?>h uwtcitul iiucl mnxtufeciuru
lltntclt^UfHxIf. Weubo fell forclun nintlc ejtm
ordered OurricKCs and KurrIvs which \vcgiw?nta\
M.uciuluUention iHpnld to utakluu No. I Hinli^
Wilsons, such ?h Grocery. Itunher, linker, timrttnur
rjhI HiewtTV nil work tunning In our line.
Also KepftliiiiRull kinds will rcu-ive jwomj.t?Ui?.
lion, JUtefi as low asnt any other house. Call at
1 our works :iuil convince youin-lf.
JOHN VKARR ("0.,
A few floors north of Second Ward M'atkcl Home,
on Market Ft reel. n-.su
gT?PHEN McCOLLOUGH,
Carpenter and Huildcr.
Brick Buildings creeled complete hi nil tr.olcra
Improvements. Alao wooden bulldiup fitted ud
complete on lot. Wooden bulldhici Iminwl una
fitted up In yard nt work hlion mul lah-n tn ?n?
pari And completed, mi rensiimble tennj. aij ?f.
teratfojmiortdc.oK old btilMlun, nxtfc wlfwi and
;l Hky-llKhUparticularlyatteiidea lo. Ptiki, romitcnL
u and Shelving fitted up na liiort uotkt; MortVmu
put la And stores altered. R&Mence No. toW*
\ leenth htrcct, formerly asunled by Mr. Den Etley.
I Shop 111 rear of Capitol. on Alloy t:t. mn
{ "^yUEELING liOlLEK WC.'iK.
Manufurturcrs of portable, sUtionnry, murine
r boflent, Ijreechlng, chimneys, (auks, itllli, doors,
e shutter* onil nil khidit of heavy hhcet Irmi work.
Deale:8 lu a-cond-hand boiler*. For Informal Ion
apply to COX .t MORRISON,
, , ? ? ~ No. 1CUC Murkcl hthtft.
Telephone C-21. Uepulrekpccial attentluii. Tcmu
rt^sonaMc. 6yi9
J) 0. LIST, JiL, ~
pork :p.a.ck::er
And cuter of tho celebrated CHfoTKR JfEATS,
which aie now ready and forwleit
2S FOUKTUKSTIl STREET.
My 8. C. Meats are all branded, "List's UhwUs."
ap5'
J M. OLOUfeTON, '
' dbalea ta
. drain,Ground Feed, Killed liar, Slraw it.
South Street, Near Market Street Mlgf,
Wlil pay the bfRhent market pifce for wheat, com,
and oats. Js1?
PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. _
. TAMES A. 11EN11Y, '
1 _ LICKN3ED REAL ESTATE 11R0KKR,
*And General Business Agent, Collector and .Votary
I'll bile,
1c15 Mauket Street.
reraonnl attention given to tenting hnn?c?. ml*
lectins rents, |iuichnte ami Kile cf riuiolate. ISilli
and tensions certilled; lkv<h, I.ma tin! oihrt
written instruments iirejmrcd.
^^LEXANDER BONE, SR.,
NOTARY- PUBLIC. LICENSED GENERAL SCSINffia
AND REAL KriTATE AOKST.
Loans negotiated, stocks bought and toli.ccij
chants'nnd mnnnfactnaTVlMwksopciied.taislnsil
and closed. Estates settled, notes, book amount*
and rent* collected. Houses routed and
I Collections promptly remitted. Advantw a*dt
I All bmdnefiscorrwjiondencewmilduiitlallyaticiided
\ lo. Send lor circular to references. 1318 Market
I itreet, ((Jrangle's Block,) over City Bank/Wheeling.
Vf. Va. fag.
JAMBS'"GILCHRIST,
, Civil Engineer, Surveyor and Kiamlucr
of Land Titles."
Ojticb:?12 .Twelfth Street, Wheeling
\V. Ya. TelepliQiie. No. M. _
Q. 0. SMTH.
Renl Estate, I!om\ k Stock I!i-oker.
Sjjfdsl attention given u> collecting icuti ?nd Uii
general management of ltatl Estate.
mill . liao Main street, Wheeling. W. V*.
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. IIULLIIIEtf lins returned to the city and resumed
the practice of medicine and nursery, lie
, cau Ihj fonuii Ht the
OFFICE OF THE H0AHI) OF KDUCAT10K.
> over tho City Hank, Mmfcct stro.-t,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
; F.IC. iwk& CO.,
Grain & Provision C?iiiinissitiii31(,n!iii!ilii.
'f?2 WAMIINOTOX hTI'.F.KT. CHICAGO, ILL,
I87&, incmhew Chimp) liofcrtl of 1 jui'c m;d
Cull bond, solicit oidcns f?r ihe'i'iitrl"'* ?'"l f#*e
of gnilii lire provisions for fisiure delivery on ic?Kin?.
?re coL'Stnntly mi'i.'lmngc, mid fiitiiKVor lo
i reft<l correctly the ilrift of the market* for wnfial
f ndficc. 'iVlichr to MerviwilV Natlo'*! fan*.
Chicago, unit Mti'liuiilcs'Nuiionul iiiiiik.Netf^otfc.
cw-trilmwr '
JOHN M. HOON & CO.,
11C0 MAIN STREET,
: Dealers In Grain, Provisions flnd Oils
Car Lois.
Ordera placed for SPECULATION' in Gnln. rw*
vUions, Oil and Stocks on margin in Exchaaflsai
i Chicago, Now York-and Oil City. ?
Chicago CoricsjtontlenU?B, Davenport & to.. ?
a yfcfioiKtfc co. KL
B, Divr.NrotT, C. I), J
; General. 01D. Ejjgimon <* ovu, -v? I
B. DATENPOHT A CO.,
COMMISSION
Dctlem In Grhln, Flour, E?M?, ftoTUlMU,
, ,f and Dried J'rolu.
I u.7 WAK^i^nrov ?T..
1 HATS AND CArS. _____
-OFHATS
AND C1PS!I
SOW IS STOCK .11
<3 co. .T. jMalliisonV.
1222 .MA/IKKT CTIIKET,
splfi . utiM'llng. W. v*L. I
qTS
I bfg lcnvo to announce thai I linve qx
Oyiter tartan; far tlivK'nxon, ami nm now l'r<J ?
lo fcrvo oy?er? In every My!?. Al*) . iipj-ef Sww
up /or panics and dawns on ihofl noilri;.^ _ ^
i . Morici'i Main
Telephone No. an, ??
pA.SSAGK TICK MS.
IOccan Pns?age Tickets to and from Euroj*
at lowest rates Usticd by
Jf. F. IJKIIRKN'S,
uug l7. 2217 Market Street.

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