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THE INTELLIGENCER.
J'ubllihed dally (Sunday* excepted).
nttw a cini'iiKLii, ruoruiETOHs.
'At No?. 24 mill 25 Fourteenth Slnot
TKRMS OK DAILY I
OneOopy ono year...l8 001 Tbrw racatln 12 00
Blx mouthe. i 001 Ouo mouth - 75
DellTered by carrion lu city, l?o per week.
TKKMS OF HEMI-WKF.KLY:
Dim year M 001 8U mouitm 91 M
TKIIM8 OMVEKKI/Y:
I Ouo y(,nr..v.H.m 11 &o | Six tuuu tin 81 00
Uruat reduction* to Club*. Bvutl lor Miuplo copy i
and circular*. AiUlrut,
m\V A I'AJll'BKLL
WhtHug, H*. to.
| KntonM at tlio Pwlofflee at Wliettlng, W. Va., aa
tmiii 11 I HMinwttw.l
Wllh.Kl.lNU, W. VA., ocroiiKit IN, iM'i
'I lit'Next
The Philadelphia Timca (Dem.) claims
on the strength of tlio result la Ohio
ami the expected result in l'ennsylvnnIn
and New York, that the next Congress
will linvo a Democratic majority of
twenty at least. It further nays thai:
"Olio peculiar feature of tlio now JIouho
will be the probable Increase of Democratic
ProteotloniHtH and the increase of Kemiblicull
Free Traders. The Democrats of Pennsylvania,
Nesv Jersey, Ohio aind Indiana
and throughout the Mouth nre growing in
devotion to Protection, while the Itepublican
influences of New Voile and of the
West are steadily drifting toward Free
|i . Trade. Tlio South wants /lU'tories and the
West wants cheap inaniiiiiclured articles,
and both sections are rapidly tending to
their respective Protection mid 1'reo Trade
theories, regardless of old party lines. It is
safe to nay that the next Congress will bo
Democratic and that it will lie tlio strongest
Democratic Tar ill' Congress over chosen by
tlio people."
Our UhM llltil Ilikiiitilu.
In the last number of the.Agricultural
Mtcitnv, Gen. K. A. Wulkerhiwan article on
lliu future of the unsettled urea of the
United States. According to the census of
!; 1880, this wholly unsettled area amounts to
3,400,000 square miles, being nearly one*
Jialf of the whole area of tbo country, lie
discusses the question as to tho character
Innd capabilities of these vacant lands und
the probability of their occupation, lie
shows that the unsettled area east of the
Appalachian range has been reduced to
only 10,000 square miles Hi nee 18110, and
that in the original thirteen States 14,.'Ml
square miles are still unoccupied. In Wisconsin
and .Michigan 20,500 square miles
nre unsettled, being largely covered with
limber or unlit for agricultural purposes,
i'lorida has nearly U 1,000 square miles
of swamp ami everglade. Texas has
137,000 square miles of vacant lamia. In
the remaining territory west of the IVliaaiasippi
I,-00,000 square miles ?re either unsettled
or only occupied by Indians. Oi
this 210,(300 square miles are only embraced
in Indian reservations. After
deducting these mountainous tracts, lauds
inaccessible or sterile, and those areas of
the dry or arid regions not capable ol
irrigation, it is shown tiiat the amount of
public lauds available for ordinary agri*
culture is not large, lu fact, it is estimated
that in another year it will have been
practically all taken up. Jivery quartersection
worth entering at the land registers'
will have been seized upon. While the
available agricultural land has nearly all
passed out of the hands of the Government,
there is still a great quantity that has not
come under cultivation, so that there are
still indefinite (^inabilities of develouinent
fin the way of food production and the elements
of supporting population.
As showing how rapidly land may be
and is being taken up, or rather bought up,
as alluded to above, we notice the following
paragraph in the Cliicago Times oi
I Monday:
An English syndicate was hist week represented
in Chicago by Charles Farber, of
London. He was on Vis way to Misaissip
|>i and Texas to inspect and report on
hinds the company intends to purchase.
| * He will first examine and report on 1 oOO,1)00
acres in Mississippi, -valuable for the
timber on the tract. Then he will go to
Texas and look over over 4,000,000 acres
there that is good for stoek raising.
it is getting to be quite common for
wealthy syndicates in .England to buy
up a million or more acres at some point
in the West as a speculation, the programme
being to settle English emigrants
on it and thus reap a haxidsomo profit by
retailing out the land in small parcels.
The Mciuiliitfortlie Recent ElecUon*.
The New York Sun, Democratic, construes
tho result in Ohio to mean four
principal things, viz.?
I. Reduce the expenses of every branch
of tlie Federal Government to a basis of
t, i simplicity, economy and honestv!
II. Abolish the internal revenue abomiI
nation!
III. Make the tarift*sliikjilo and rational,
and just sutlicient to provide for the wants
of an honest and economical Administration
in time of peace!
IV. No stealing, either by the Administion
and its agents, or by Congress and ita
employes!
The Sun is probably right as to one or two
of its propositions, but "\ve have yet to
know that there is any popular demand
in this country for the abolition of the
,_Uixea levied by the Internal Uoveuuo
Hystem. On the contrary, wo believe that
these arc the most popular of all tho taxes
levied, for the reason that they aro prinSei
pally levied on spiritous and malt
liquors and on tobacco, and therefore only
felt by those who consume these luxurios.
An l?*f tl.ii " A.ttniMSotrn.
Itiou and its agents," what does
that mean? "What has the Administration
stolen ? The Star Routers arc
I certainly not the agents of the present
Administration, and wo know of no other
charges ot stealing. It has cost less in
ohorlages or stealing to collect and disburse
this public monies under Republican
rule than under Democratic rule. Therefore
we are notawaro that the people were
exercised on that account
As to the Tariff, a Republican Con greet
passed tho bill organizing the present
Commission to examine and report upon
ila defects, and they are at present occupied
in that work.
We had an idea until -we read this articlc
of tho ?VimV that the liquor question waf
tho principal feature or factor of tho re3ull
in Ohio. For that matter, wo still think so.
Tuo people over there haul nothing in par
ticulur against the National Republican
Administration, but they did havo a gooi
deal against the Republican State adminis
tratiou in Ohio.
It is well enough in these matters tc
speak of things as they actually are, am
not strain the situation for the sake o
I effect any more than possible.
Ah showing that this view of tho resul
in Ohio is the correct view we append tin
following comments of the Chicago 'JYtb
wit:
"Tho elections in Ohio aud West Vir
ginia were held on the same day. Oni
.State lies on tho east and tho other* on tin
west of the Ohio river, and they border or
each other for a distance of nearly 3(X
miles. Ohio had a KepnWican majority o
25,000;' West Virginia was as reliably Detn
ocratic as Michigan is Republican
and scut a solid Bourbon dele
gatkm to Congress, during a lon^
term of years. Tho issue in both States
with a single exception, were the same, au<
they were fought out upon tho same geo
graphical lines. The result was a practicn
reversal of, tho political conditions. Old
went Democratic and elected a Democrati
majority of its Congressional delegation
"West Yirgiuid elected two Republicans t
Congress out of thq four moinbeis who were
Democratic before, whittled down tbcDemocratic
majority in the other two districts
to infiguMcant proportions, and almost
wrested the Statd Legislature from the
Democrat?. It is very evident tliut tho
exceptional issue in Ohio was tlidr4 reason
for tho defeat on tho west of tho Ohio
river on the same day a decided victory
was achieved on the east of tho Ohio river.
THIS IKOM THADK,
l'reN?MU Activity Without (VHuluty an
fotliu I'll I urn of Price*.
I'll iladki.imiia, October 10.?Tliuro have
been no developments of special Import*
mice, mul the trade Btill 'continues in a
position of doubt mid uncertainty. There
arc so many complications and apparently
coutrnillctory influences at work that tho
moat oxporionccd appear to^ba at a ioai to
knowwliat tho future will' develop; For
the time being thfore Is a very general activity
both among producers and consumers,
but there is an uncertainty In regard
to tho future, us now business cornea
In very slowly. Still it Ih hardly possible
that (lie demand will die out ult of a midden.
The question in, will the demand
during tho next six months show
an increase or a decrease compared
with tho past six mouths? Tho
position is too uncertain to warrant tiny decided
answer. Production in some articles
litis been increased to n very largo
extent, and to maintain prices au active
demand is absolutely necessary. Mouey
shows symptoms of scarcity, and if all the
enterprises necessary to n lario consumptiou
jiro carried on capital ami confidence
must bo in equally large supply*. The two
iiuit aro80tne\vluU leu plentiful tlnui they
were, although not entirely withdrawn".
Capital taunt be backcd by confidence, but
just now confidence in disposed to hesitate,
or at any rate to postpone her decisions.
Tins movement of crop.? to the seaboard
and the increase of exports will help matters
considerably, perhaps sutlidently so to
given new start to business, which may be
all that is required, as theft in no reason to
think that there has been any serious impairment
to the foundation of the Nation's
prosperity.
Pig iron has been inoro active during the!
past two or threo days, one or two trans*
actions having been for 100 ton lots. The
disposition among consumers, however,
seems to bo to hold ofl'as long as possible,
and as they generally secured material for
their current engagements, the amount of
new business has been rather disappointing.
On the other hand, there lias been no
accumulation whatever, and the furnaces
are in excellent -condition. In other
words, the supply and demand for the current
out put are just about equal, but the
demand for future deliveries is not its brisk
uusellers would like to see it.
Manufactured Iron.?Business during the
week, has been very dull ami prices weak
and irregular. Bar iron commands 2.5 to
2.11 without much difficulty when it is
wanted, but there hag been a good deal of
efforts on behalf of outside mills to p ace
larce lots, and as buver3 are not inclined
to "tako hold prices fiuve become more or
less demoralized. It is not that there is
unv absolute scarcity of business, for nearly
all* the mills arc full of work for the time
being, but there is such a pressure to sell
for forward delivery that the market has an
appearance of weakness, greater probably
than the actual facts warrant Consumers
are not inclined to buy in occcs* of their
immediate requirements, however, and the
endeavor to lorce sales weakens . prices
without increasing the volume of business.
Those who are.satisfied with the demand
as it comofl, appear to have plenty to do at
full quotations, while soliciting orders at
lower iigures has proved very unsatisfacl0t7*
.
Fnoxi eminent W. L. Afmbn, President
Medical College, Halifax, X S.: "Colden's
. Liquid tteef Tonic is invaluable for fever, indigestion
and weakness, and is unsurpassed
for female complaints." (Take no other). Of
druggist*. . mwkaw
DIM). '
VA3JKEU RES?On Tuesday, October 17,1SS2, at
- o'clock p.m., M vhykrr, wife of J. .V Vflukeuren,
in her .'ilst year.
Fuucral notice he onfier.
WOODS?On .Monday, October 1C. 1SS2, nt 0:20 p.
m., MAliY Euuk.iia, iniant daughter of E. A, and
the late Ento A. Woods, aged 1 mouth.
Funeral Welneadny morning ut 9 o'clock. Intermeiit
prlvnto.
tuavklkks' guide.
bk.'a irruRE or Tr.Aiss?wiiHnr.ixo -rntr.
Pday.l a. m.I a.m.I r.'if. I *. a. I
i b J. r\ n r I I 4t.v.l b.w.1 ?.?/.! ?.=?.l
Cent. 0. Dlv 9:80 '*1:80 f 1:00 11:15
W.,P.4B.Div 6:40 1:30 5*10
A.M.
Clev.APltti 6:00 11:10 .1:50 t<:55
P?C.&8t.L... 8:52 6:82 8:52 1:5" 4:17 8:47
A. M. P. M. A. M. A. M.
C,,T.y.Aff. *9:30 "5:30 12.00 6:00 ?4:00
ABKIYAL O? TjUIWa.
Sunday.
A. it. A.M. P.M. A.M.
B. A 0. R. R 12:15 10:20 2:30 9:20
P.M. A.M. A.M. A.M.
Cent. 0. Dlv 6:55 10:00 2:M 10:45
A.M. P.M.
W..P.&B. Dlv 7:55 11:20 6:25 ......
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Cle7. & Pitta 11:10 5:68 7:fi7 JS:42
A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
P.,C. ib St. L.. 11:02 8:52 8:37 11:02 4.02 7:17
P. M. P. M.
. ?S:-10rci0:2V 2:25 *5:00
; -} Dally except Sunday.
jStcuwmvilio Accommodation.?Thbi train during
tho day passes backward and forward between
i Martin's Kerry and Bcllalro; stopping when required
at the Sherman Houso, JEtnaTlllo, Wwt Whocllng
1 And Gravel Hill.
1 Massllon Accommodation.
St. Clairavllle Accommodation.
.. T., V. Jt W. Trains run by Columbus tlmo.
^yflEELING AND ELM GROVE R. R.
On nnd after MONDAY, September 18.1382. cars
; ou tbo Wheeling and Elm Grove Railroad will run
an follows, leaving the city (corner Jileventh and
' Market streets), and Horiibrook's Prtrk, at
6:20 A. M. 10:20 A. M. 2.20 P. M. 0.20 P. M.
7:00 " 11:00 " a:00 7:00
7:40 ' 11:40 " 3:40 " 7:40 ?
8:20 " 12:20 r.-M. 4:20 " 8:20
9:00 1:00 " 5 00 " 9;00 "
9:10 " 1:10 " ft: to " ' 9:10 "
'Sundays oxcepied.
?o1fi J 03. KLKKH. Stnwrlnt^nilent.
KRAFT'S
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The only uifo and certain cuio for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, l)mrrlm>n,
i Jlj-fccntary, Colic, Cramps, Sumliior
Coniiiliilnls, &c.
Invnluablo for children during their Second
Summer. In use (or moretlmn twenty year* ?nd
lnix never failed. No euro no pay. Price 60 centa.
li. A. JIcCA l!E & CO., Proprietors,
' |7l WHKKl.lNfl. W.VA.
1 '.V.T ' '1 ' 'n r I
tjTHEG ATctt
? I roa 1
,1 1 ?RHEUMATISM? I
7 As it u for all tho painful diseases"of the 3
E KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS. =
ez It cleaa*ca Uio ?y?tcni of Uio acrid palton
ta that caujisa tho dreadful anffbrinj; which q
j o ?n*y tho viotimj of Hhoumatiirn can rcalLto. >
, c THOUSANDS OP 0ASE8 J
1 ? or tho wont forma of thU terrlblo dlieaee
. o boca quickly roliored, and la ihort time ?
1 ? PERFECTLY CURED. ?
o rnirr, 91. Liqvinou intr.'wui nr hiu ccists. 5
< It- Drycanhowntbyittall. 3
t \VgLL3. niClLUlDSO?; ti Co., lhtrllngton Vt. *
15
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS.
2 ^RTISTS' MATERIALS.
3 A FULL STOCK OF STAPLE GOODS
> and All Iho Novelties of tho Season, Now Opened
j nt tho
McLUIlE 1I0USK ART STORF,
* _ocll F, L. XICOLL. AgenL
1. jyilY PLATE OUTFIT.
. One % Dry Plato Outfit with 3 Extra HoldJ
era, very Cheap. J list tho tlii ng for amateurs.
* Everyone their own photographer.
1 KIRK'S ART 6T0RE,
0 1003 Main 8treet.
c 1 ?
XcYrspnper Advertising llurcnu, 10
o SprueoM.,>\ Y. ocU-mwfaw
$
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
^XrANTED-A FEW MEN FOR THUSVV
SLDVORK. Apply for 0. W. lilTNKK, 8t.
Cturlf Uotcl, Wheeling, W. V*. ocl8
C*KC\ HKWARD?IFTlli! 1M5RS0NS
w who took watch and chain from the
KciitlviiiMii nt the corner of Bixtuctlth md Market
i true to, Wtdnetdny, will tolurti thuMine, thojr will
ho paid iho abovr rewind, and I'onilviLY no
QVLMMNt AkKtr>. They tun return U either bjr
lui'Mcnuuf or exj>u?, U, O. P., to
' MAUK WEtTEit,
oc 18 1301 Market aueet.
QER.UAX STUDENT LAMPS,
LI Oil AltY AND HALL LAM Pi,
OICANDKLIBKS FOR OIL.
A lino oiuiortiiiunt in new deiluwi, and ut low
price*, at thu llardwarv nud JfOuiduthUhlng
btorvul
NKdMTT <Ci UKO.,
OClfJ 1312 Market Miect.
glLVKR l'LATKI) WAttK,
ConMitln# of Single, Double and Triple PUlc
Kill vex, Forktt hikI tipootm.
ft llittlo (talon* Nt We.
ft bottle (.'tOituni ut twleo We.
ft lioltlD Cditora nt Si.ftO.
Huxar Xtawli.Crvuni.l'lckle, Card hikI llxitter DUhea
In beautiful (Ic'Ikuh. Warranted a* ie|>u*Heuted.
o-lH At VV.rt. llUrcHIN.S.-UTwHUhKt.
RKGULAU TUlvSDAY PACKET FOR
1'ttrketvlmrn, Pomcroy, (!ulllj?ol|j, mj,
I ronton, llutitliiKloii, I'ortMMoiitti,Mhv
vlllo,CliicliiiiatlhihI Louisville, theele-*i*rlifiTi
K.uut pB.sMiiiccr Mtoaiuer
h.COTIO ;. urn* Kihkbk, Cupula.
Dan MooitK, Clerk.
Leaven WEDNK3U AY, (Jet. 18. nta r. positively.
I'teociiKers hi?1 freight retvlpted tluouxh to all
polnto Weal nod South. For freight t?r iirxwiko, apply
oti board or to C. II. BOOTH. ?fc 80S,
oc IH Agent*.
NEW GOODS!
JUST OPKNEI) AT
JOHN FRIEDEL'S
CHINA STORE,
^.lio l-^n 11 T'i'n/ln *
Cull nnd examine goods before ptircliajiine
elsewhere.
JOHN FKIEDBL,
sel4 No. 1130 Main Street.
FALl^ STYLIDS
-OFHATS
AID GAPS!
NOW IN STOCK AT
Geo. J. IVIa/tliison?N,
1222 MARKET STREET,
wili v Wheeling, W. Va.
ZUXB, K1UCH. SOU KUAUH. PflEI). KA.HU
C. KBAUS &. CO.J
(Bucccssor to II. Echmulbath St Co.,)
IMrORTEKS AND DEALERS
IK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors, Brandy,
(JIN, CORDIALS AND WHISIHB,
No. 1133 Market Stioot,
NnS
ORANGES AND GRAPES
libls Fine Louisiana Oranges.
10 Bills Malaga Grapes.
JUST RECEIVED BY
3sT. SGHTJLZ,
oclO l:U'J MAIIKKT STRl.IT.
'I h<> King of (lie Roily Is the train; tbe Bioma
il its main Nippon; the nerves iu inewciiKera:
the bowels, tlic kidneysand thenorcs 11s s.tfeeui?rds.
Indigestion creates a violent revolt aaioiiRt Iiim; attache*
of the reital organ, and to brine tncni buck to
their duty, there is nothing like the regulating,
pnrifjiug. invigorating, cooUiir operation of Tauha:>t'SSki.tzkk
Apkkirnt. it renovates thesyst.m
and rcstors to heidth both thn bwiy nnd the mind.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PIA3XTO-PORT33S.
UNEQUALLED IN
Tone, Toiicti.Wortianship & Durability.
" IVII.I.tAM UKADF. 4i CO.
Km. 2ftS and W?>nt Baltimore Street, Baltimore,
No. 112 Fifth Avenue, New York.
KOON'S
LEVER FEED-CUTTER
CUTd HAY AND CORN-STALK3.
STRONG, SIMPLE, DURABLE
TIIK 11 KMT 91A?K.
Price only 8(1 00; Cath with or'ler.
MANuPACI URKt) 11Y
S. E. BOYD, Wheeling IV. Ta.
DON'T Kit Hi.\D orOrchestral ItiMru/g5==S5&>s
menu, or Mtuicai Goods of
vo)D9?tf===S^C nn>* kind, before sending for
'V^TMot'-X. \ ,,et prices to A.LLK "J R. LODrf/
_ A WORT if. 47 Lafayette pince,
^ \ ft New York. An excellent B
* VI/ X?| ??* -W "al Ptoton Cornet, 81U no :
'list IJ "rtl Cornet, now wed
c Jvffi-i? ?J/ by LibenUl 831) ;Soio E lint
AIt0 Tr?ml>0,10> #-w>
feat C. 0. 1)., with prlvilVS
D cue of trial.
FAYORITIC
Corn Sliellers .
WITH OR WITHOUT PAN.
FEED TABLE OR PULLY POll POWER.
Til K I.KAIIIXIJ AKH ItKVf MAI1P.
Send for circular ami pi ices before you 1>uj.
1 CAN AM) WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
S. K. liOYD, AVliccling, W. Ya.
lOItX AX II CO It .Ml U.S.
ciiii:it .1111,i,s. Av.uioxs,
FKUTll.l/KIIS ISII SIvKl)S.
S. E. 110VI), Wlifcliin;, IV. Vn.
AN HONEST OFFER!
Jf yon are tick or nilltiK*, no matter what the com*
plaint; write to us and we will scud you oil trial one
ofoutldrKC KLKCTKO MEDICATED PADS, provided
you aprce to pay for It ir it curcs you. If it
iIch'h not. It costs you uotliluc to try iU Jtojk, etc.,
clvine full particular*, free. Address
Kl.KCTltO 1MI> ftTfl CO.,
ItronfalYH. N. Y.
PHOTOGRAPHY,
______ Portraits
a Spcciiilty.
1 A 11 c!lll,1|.Q <l?n ? ...? "4
PARSONS',
clO Opposite McLore IIousc.
QRAYON PORTRAITS AT
M.YLES' ART STUDIO,
No. 21M MAIN BTRKKT.
J3LUMMER "
Has the Ur^eit xml Finest
Photograph G-allcry
IN THE CITV.
Bofit $0.00 CablttoU wily 83.00 per dozen. jv'J
1133 il.U.N STRUCT,
pmr cooDs-qgo, n, tailor.
TXEir&:^
GOODS
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Geo. R, Taylor.
Our regular purchase or New
Fall nml Winter Stock notv open
anil ready to show.
AYe cordially invito tlm ladies to
call nud inspect the eholeo collection
of every description of goods
in our lino.
DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT!
We lleg to announce the completion
of our Stock of Dress (foods
by the largo accessions of this
week.
In Dress Goods we aro prepared
to show tlie most choice selections
of the latest importod fabrics.
Geo. R. Taylor.
CLOAK
DEPARTMENT!
Onr hite purchase ot Cloaks ami
Wraps ol' every description now
ready lor inspection.
This important branclt of our
business lias received special attention
-with the view of continued
enlargement.
Our Stock of
Seal Sacquos,
Fur and Silk
Lined Ceciiian
Dolmans and Circulars,
Clotli Sncqucs.
Dolmans and Jackets,
Silk Brocade and
Diagonal l'ellissps,
Jersey Sacquos,
Missos' and Children's Cloaks
Children's Cloth Dresses, &r,, &c.,
was never half so largo and varied
as at present.
Geo. R.Taylor.
aSTE'W
Merino Underwear.
Our New Stock of White and Red
MorinoUuderwcar for Mon, Women
mid Children, is now lull and complete
iu sizes and variety.
6EQ.R.TAYL0R
oc9
*
groceries amd tobacco.
TIMQTHYSEED
-AND- |
PHttNIX PATENT FLOUR, I
' I f *
1,000 Buija Prime and Choice'TiiuotUy Seed
for sale.
PLcbdIx Putent Flour always in stock.
Try it. It is the last.
Headquarters for AHIJUCKI.E'S justly Celebrated
COFFEE. . [
FULL LIKE OF GItOCKKlES. 1
Call to see us.
tj oh. ffspeitiel Ac (Jo.
ifc'jo WHOI.KSAU: OHOCKRS. H
S. BAER & SOUS'
llnve tlie Largest and most Complete
Stock of
GROCERIES !s
In tho State.
2 Car Loads of Soapine [
Received laat week. This is known as tho
b'ost in the Market.
We ofTer special inducements in
CANNED TOMATOES & PEACHES .
And all other Canned Good*.
TOBAM TEAS h SYRUPS \
/Jolil lower than nny other house in our line I
in the State.
Heforo buying call nnd examine our large
and extensive stock of groceries. A largo
discount to cash buyers.
S. BAER & SONS, 1
1112 and 1414 Main Street.
selS.
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
I take pleasure in announcing to my old patrons
ami to the trade generally, that, since the Into tire
at my establishment.I have thoroughly renovated
my bundling, aud urn now prepared to offer mi
large and varied r stock of general groceries and
provision* an can h? found In the State. Theso
goods are all new and carefully selected.
My own cure of choice Mnokcd rai-ata delivered
direct from my Fork House* at Manehttfter.
1 have l>oca nppolutel Sole agent In the city for
tho following loading specialties, vLa:
liumiord Chemical Works* Renowned r
Yeust Ponder in Dottles. [
P. J. Hitter's Fruit Mutters awl Preserves.
Frank Siddal'a AVnndorrnl Kami.
lVard'a White Borax Soap.
Ward's Electrifying Soap.
JtcXamara'a (Jlorj Tobacco,
McAlpin's OmrarJ Tobacco. |
Wcjmau ? Eros'. Celebrated Pittsburgh
Smoking Tobacco. i
UuFont's Sporting, llille, Mining and masting
I'owler.
FAMILY AND BAKERS' FLOUR. ~
HcConuelisvlllcliold Sheaf l'atcnt Flotir, r
Best in (lie market.
Sliver Star?Baker's Hour.
Daily Bread?Baker's Flour.
M. REILLY, |
WH0LE8A.LE GROCER A FORK PACKER, I
Nos. 1309 and 1311-Main Street, I
jySO Wheeling; W. Va.
rjyuv ITI
TILE PEERLESS
Soda Cracker!
YOU CAN GET ir AT ^
SMYTH'S.
se2
JJOMIIMADE PRESERVES,
PICKLES, ETC.
Preserved Peaches, Pears, Quinces, Pinenp- *
pic, Damson and Tomatoes Cucumber [
Pickles, French Pickles, Spanish Pickles.IIy- 1
den Salad, Mellon Mangoes, Pepper Mangoes,
Peach Marmalade and a variety of Jellies at ..
GEO. K. McMKGTIKN'8, ?|
0(0 3300 Market St. 0
THUKBER'ai
SHREDDED OATS,
GRANULATED TAPIOCA,
8AGO, WHEAT, FARINA, OAT MEAL
and their celebrated Potted and Canned f
meats for summer use, at B
anil) McMKCH KN'8.1380 Market St. I
STATIONERY,
rj\O ANYBODY WHO NEEDS *
OR EVER WIT,I, VP.Vn A
- ? *
BASKET!
We ask to cull at once anil buy one at Your
Own Price, as we shall discontinue keeping .1
tliem, anil what we have must go. We mean i
exactly what we say. I
STAliTON & DAYENPORT,
1*22 N'o. 1301 >1 VRKKT STREET. 1
gCHOOJi BOOKS AKD
SCHOOL STATIONERY!
A complete assortment suclias used In
tup: city and countrygchools,
For sale at Contract Priccs, by
.Tosepli Graves,
FCl y, TWKT.1T11 STHKKT.
1 MUSICAL GOODS.
jpoii SAI.U.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND ^
SteinSyay Piano, |
AT A BARGAIN'. J
Call soon. ?
LOCAS' MUSIC STORE,
lc2!) ' 1113 ?lnln Street. piANO
TUNING.
Pianos Tuned &nd Repaired on sliort notice.
ocl* WILSQy & IUUMKlt.
jyuv-fc CENT MUSIC,
Ten Cent Music, '
? Music nt llnll Price. (
ALL MUSIC nt reduced prlccs.
MUSIC HOOKS at reduced prlccs.
At W.M. ir. SlIErC'3, ,
M Twelfth HL. Vwhlncfon Hull.
QAMIUHSLL'S CHOICE IMU2SEKVES
IS WOODEN TAILS. (
If yon. want the very best buy xioue bo* Jtwrph '
Campbell Jt C'o.'s make. :1
Take no other brand.
All good Grocers keep them, ocU
DRY GOODSi
"EASTERN " j
]ry Goods Store
lllO MAIN ST.
iREAT CLEARING SALE!
Owing to Dissolution, of Co-purt- '
lorslilp, entire Stock to bo Closed
lut
L-tegarciless oi iJont:
BALK TO COMMENCE
1ATDRDAY MORNING,
And continue until further notice.
MARSHALL & CO.,
EASTERN DUY (MODS STOKE,
lllO -MAIN ST.
M!
-TV-l- -T . ? TTT
-LN J2J vv
FALL WRAPS
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE STATE
-AT-*LOW
PBIC13S.
Seal Skin Sacques,
Fur Lined Circular!),
Now Dolmans,
New Cloaks,
New Ulsters,
New Shawls,
New Dress tioods.
tlackSiiks andGashmeres
A SPECIALTY".
I. S. RHODES & GO.
pel 2
MERCHANT TAILORS.
(EW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Hess&Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now in Stock n Full Line of
'ancy and St apleW oolens
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
"Which we offer at
'rices that Defy Competition!
Otlier Woolens at lowest prices. We carrytie
largest line of goods in the cily, niul our
let Ups are lirst-class in every respect.
ALL WOOL KMT JACKETS
And a Pull Line of
lents' Furnishing Goods,
Fersons desiring anything in our line will
ml it to their interest to examine our stock
eforo purchasing elsewhere.
3. IIESS SONS,
con. MAIN it FOURTEENTH STS.
m
DRUGGISTS.
LADIES READ THIS!
.'EI'l'EU IhathPEFFEK!
CIXNAMOX, that is CIXXAMOX.
PUKE spices:
AI.L KINDS, AT
LOO-A-3ST Sz OCX'S,
Druggist, Bridge Corner.
Ca,tsni> Bottles!
Fi uit Jars, Salad Dressing,
Pure Flavoring Extracts,
Highly Perfumed Toilet Soaps,
Toilet Sets, Thermometers,
Barometers, at low prices.
EOLD BY
LOGAN ?fc CO.
fHE HOUSEKEEPERS' DELIGHT!
IS LOGAN, LIST dc CO.'S .
Excelsior Baking Powder,
The best and cheapest reliable iWdor in the
narkct. Address orders to
LOGAN Sc CO.,
*ol9 PniRRlgU, Bildce Cbrnor.
R,. EC. LIST
DRUGGIST, ij
LOIO jyCAIIT ST.,|
in stock a line of fine Chemicals,
Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Brushes,
Somba, Notions, Cigars, Ac.
Citizens and Strangers are cordially i.avited
to call. ?e!4
1 bep leave to announce that I havo opened mr
Dyitcr 1'srlnni for thei>ca*on,and urn no w prepared
[o wn'o oyatcn in every *tyl?. A loo ouvpera gotten
up for panic* and datives on Kliort notice.
'1*11 OS. r7HBY.II AN*.
_ , , ,, No. ICI'J Mf hi Btrect.
-.Telephone No. M. h?-.u ;
DRY OOODS.
DRY GOODS!
j
i
y j
OUR/ i
?.. , i
i
FALL AND WINTER
STOCK
'-OFDRY
GOODS
IS NOW. COMPLETE IX
A 11
*- *- _J* ^ ? /? m ? ? IJ .T3
STYLES CHOICE
-ANDPRICES
REASONABLE!
AN ffiAltLY
INSPECTION
IS SOLICITED.
Brues & Goffer,
113& Main St.
oc2
CLOTHING--J. BRILLKS.
FR E E!
BMLllOAD
Eievps!
XIIe people 01 wuecung aim vicinity are
for tlie lirst time offered a series of free railroad
excursions to surrounding towns. By
carefully reading the following you can learn
the towns to which these excursions will be
given anil how to proceed to get free tickets:
TO CINCINNATI.
Order at the Square Dealing, One Price Clothing
llonse, 1 IAS Main street, for$30, a lino
latest Style Suitof Clothes for which
other Merchant 'Jailors would
chargeyou $50. Tlie$20thus
saved will enable you to
take a free excursion
to Cincinnati.
TO CLEVELAND.
liny for $20 at the Square Dealing, One Price
Clothing House, a liandiome Satinlined
Coat and Vest worth $30.
The $10 thus saved will
enable you to enjoy
it trip to Ubio's
I^ake Metropolis.
TO COLUMBUS.
l.ov at the Square Dealing, One Price
Clothing Home, a line Black Cloth Suit
worth $.'15, for the suinll Hum of
$20. The $15 thus saved will tuke
you to the place where the
Ohio Legislature commit
the worst
misdeeds.
TO riTTSltUKGir.
Buy at tlie Sqtmre Dealing. One Price Clothing
House, a line Medium Weight Overcoat
for $15, hut actually worth
$22 50. For the $7 50 saved
you can visitFenusylvonht's
smokiest
and wicked.est
city.
TO STEUI1ESVILLE.
Kny'ftt the Square Dealing. One I'rico Clothing
House, nHoy'sSuitfor the little fellow,
for $0, which would cost you$8
at another place. For the $2
thus saved you can visit
tlm f?itv lust above us
on the opposite
bunk of the
niudddy
Ohio.
TO PARKEI1SBUKG.
Buy nil your Furnishing Goods for Gents at
tin- Square Dentil)},'. One Price Clothing
House and you can Boon save enough
to tako any trin within one hundred
miles of Wheeling. We sell
all our goods in this lino
from ten to twenty-live
per cent cheaper
than they are actually
felling
for elsewhere.
Separate apartments for Ladies to fit suits on
Boyaand Children. Our line of Piece Goods
for Merchant Tailoring is the largest in the
city. Our stock of Overcoats has no equal
here. Our Beady-made Clothing is the nest
in tho market as regards stylo durability and
finish;
"We invito you all tocalland examine our
mew Fall and Winter Stock and then jud^c
lor yourselves.
THE
SQUARE DEALING, ONE PRICE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
J. IRILLES,
Clothier. Merchant Tailor &
Gents' Furnislier,
ocj 1IS8 MulnStroct.
EDUCATIONAL,
k SCHOOL FOR GUIS ! ,
JECUHITY, MOTHKRLY CAllK, GOOD BOABrv I
1NU, DhLlUllTKOU LOCATION AND I
llKA&OKAULK CllARUfcH. j
MLT. 1>K CllANTAL ACADK31Y. I
NKAlt V1IKP.L1NO, NV. VA. i
The thirty-fourUi year ol thl; well known xhw I
tor ultl?, under the diary*.* ol the M?tcn of the \u 11
latlon, open* on Iho FllUST MONDAY Ok" Bfj*.
i'KM uk 1! next, mid continue* ten monthi i
Pnvdl* tccclved Ml nny time In tlio imlon.
Th!#e whodeMtotolurtew tlielrd?uuh?mlti ini.
itllutlou nffordtUK cswjitlonM y RmMl ?dunu|wll
llio \v?y of hetllnlul und delUhtlul Ionian, f?. H
vllent board, IhoruxiKh dlMjlnUno una luilruiiu
kl the l.nnds ol llfflunit U-uiliens In mry tji?? m
lucnt of feumlo wlucntlou, Including tliv ouim
Innuiiiigo *?d wwilc, nt wr ruyouible r,u
diould wnd forou*t*u?juinoi UiUmIiuuI, Ad?ti? i
1)KMJTIIKBB OFTHK^^MJKMY I
-- "OtlAilUX,
lyitmw
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY
Tho iicxtBeNdoii bogle* tKITEMRKK Clh. U?j
1'kn Hki'ahati yciiooi.*. Including ScliHol *4 nit
lory nml Hcliool o( fcngUah. Full con mi |? i?*
mill Medlclno encoding throughout the naIod
Knlarged facllltlei lor atudy of I'tiyilcal KleiKvi
mul hcloiitlllo Agriculture; completely
chemical labrutory. Thorough cuutmlti a
and Modem 1mibu??mand literature. textual.
BtwwU Kcctwary expeiiM* not over 8170,
rattaloguca and ouicr lulotniaUoti adibew
NY. L. VWL80N, I'rvMilent,
au& Mowntowii, \r. Vi
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
NINE department* of itudr; text booVMuraUW
AT COST; calendar arranged to null twlicn; exiteiuea
lor one year from 817ft to fcXK); iioii-mMirlin
liberal, thorough. Kail term k,gln?itKl'TBiRM{
7.1ZSI. AUeiidnxice Utt year Iruwwwimuwol
West Virginia and Irom ? State* andTiiriUiric*.
Number ol student* larger than lor leu ymn
VEorcatalogues and oilier Information apply to
tlio Acting I'roldexil, 1). it. l'UKINTOX, niikiu.
town. Vent Va. mvli
WESLEYAH FEMALE INSTITUTE,
HTAUNTON, YIKGIN1A.
Opens Seplouilier *20tli, 1SK2. One ol (he Flr>t
School# for Young l adle* in the United i^Wie*
Hurnmndltig* beautiful. ClimatennnuimKH-il. l'u.
imn Hum v'miutni fliKiv. icrnis aiuoiitf tliu U?t
in the Union. Board, Wanking, KiixlUh Court*,
Latin. French, Ue-tnan, liiMruntcuui Music. Ac,
lor Scholastic year from fcSontembor to June, #;i:t>t.
For Catalogues write to
m:v. WM. A. 11A1UU8,1). D., I'rtVt.
]v3-*wmw Stmmtou, V*.
liALTIMOUIC, MIX
Mt. Vkknon l.ssriTrTK, No. in Mi. Vernon Mice,
Boarding ami Duy Homo School lor Young Udui
nud Little Girls. FoumUil 1S.VJ, Mm. M.J, Jmum
and Mrs. It. Malttoud, PrliicljmiM.a.v>i>U*d byn Inryo
corps ol able Pro f?*or*. L'cautUu! Munition, tanning
one ol the w|tmr?i Mirroundliit; WmlilnRton
Monument. ivdnaitlotml mlvnnluue* iiiisiiri*o.v?l.
Circular* wnt mi implication to 1'rinrltmln. )y:t mw
BUSINESS CAHDS.
J^EAKGUS WllALLY,
Fashionable HootMalcvi*,
OS TWELFTH STBEET,
Nest to SlierliVi olUt*.
The Bent material. best lit nnd mo^t renHitwMj
prlccs lor the very be?t work In the city. oclt
gTEPHEN McCOLLOUGH,
Carpenter and Itullilor.
Erlck Building* etected complete In *11 modern
Improvements. Abo wooden buildings fitted uit
complete on lot. Wooden buildings (mined ?uJ
ijueu up in yata hi worn shop ami taken to tui
partHiiacDaiplutotl.ru reasonable tcrnu?. All alterations
made on old building*, roof* valleys mil
Kky liKhtu particularly attended to. Desb.eouuum,
and shelving tilted up on short notice; Hore fronti
put In and stores altered. Kesidcnco No. S'J Sixteenth
street, formerly orcupiMl bv Mr. Beti Kxley.
jhop In rear of Capitol, on Alley & my 11
^yHEELLVG BOILER WCatfS.
Manufacturer* of portable, stationary, mHtltio
boilers, brecchlne, chimneys tanks, ktlll*. doom,
shutters and ail kinds of heavy slicvt Iron work.
Dealers la second hand boilers. For Information
apply to COX A: MOKKloON,
No. 1C0C Market street
Telephone 0-21. Repalngpceisl attention. Terns
rewmable. myl?
J} 0. LIST, Js.,
:po:r,:b: packer
And curcr of tlio celebrated CHESTER L'EATS,
which are now ready and lor uk at
28 FOURTEENTH STREET.
aj o. \j, j?u*m *ru wi umuuw, vuutci.
P5
J M. OLOUSTON,
DSALKB m
tJroin,Oronnd Feed, Baled liny, Straw it,
8outh Btrect, Near Market etrect Bridge,
Will pay Uio highest market prtco for wheat, eon,
anil oatp. jill
PROFESSIONAL CARD8.
JAMES A. HENKY,
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER,
And General Business Agent, Collector anJ .Vutarr
Public,
1c15 Market Street.
Personal attention given to renting hcu*??. o.llcctlng
rents, jmtehflMj and Nile t f nuiwUte. Ml!*
ami Tension* certified; Deed*, Umhi unit other
written Instruments prepared. ocq
^LEXAXDER BONE, Sit,
NtfiARY PUUL1C, LICENSED GENERAL BE7HINJ5B3
AND REAL ESTATE AUKNT. I
Loana negotiated, stocks bought nad mM.eo
chants' o:idmiiini(actureni,book?<j|>enid,eiiuolu?U
and closed. l>tates settled, notes, book immtiu,
and rents collected. llouxn rented and
Collections promptly remitted. Advance siatfc.
All business oorTcsrKjjjdonceconfldcntlttllyntttnded
to. Bend for circular to references. 1311
street, (Craiigle's Block,) over City Bauk, Vhctlini
ft'. Va. 1**
JAMES GILCHRIST,
Civil Engineer, Surveyor and Kiaminn
of Land Titles.
Office:?12 Twelfth Street, Wlieelw.
\\f. Vu. Telephone. No. M.
Q 0. SMITH,
Keul Estate, lioml tc Stock ifrokcr,
Bpccinl attention siren to collcctlngieuti and thi
iceueral management of K?-nl Estate.
mhl 1220 Ma 111 meet. Wheeling. W. V*.
PROFESSIONAL.
OR. IIULLIirEN Ims retuniol to the city mid ro*
mimed the practice of uicdiciiiu nud Kurgury. He
can be fouud at tlie '
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF EDUCATION.
over the City Jlimk. Market street. in yd .
COMMISSION MERCHAMTS. '
JOHN 2L>HOON & CO.,
11 CO MAIN STREET,
Dealers In (irahi, 1'iorisloiis anil Oils, In
Car Mis.
Orders placed tor SPECULATION' In G?ln,
vlxlons. Oil mill Stocks on iiinrKln In Eidiaiigcsat
Chicago, New Vork and Oil City. .
Chicago Conesnondents?B. Davcniwl 4 u>3.
Nicholas Co. J*L
B. Dxviwror.T, c. B. EooLBrto.f,
General. 01D. Eg?ltston & Son, Spxa*!
B. DATKNPOItT & CO.,
ao emission
Dealers In Grain, Flour, Sod?, rrovWow, Che?*?
and Dried Fruit?.
__J ir,7 WAR^TKfiTQy KT.. MICAM _
* ATTORNEYS.
DO. K. E. GiLcnmsT,
attorney it law,
Olllco wlLli Taylor A Jtorr, _ ,
No. I'JTwel tSotrwt.
Admiralty and Maritime Law * ipccli.t/. ww*"
tlr,,,a nrnnJilv jnn^n. IU'L
WJ. W. COTOEN,
? ATTOR.VKY AT LA'*. M
u:nco, Ko. 12fl OmdUiio Si, Whwllfl*. * v';
"minpt HiUiiillnn to nil bnnlmw Ir^L SB
Daniel lajjjj,
,mow ATTORNEY AT LAW, H
in??w va^ ?lrect, (over City Biai.) *lwJ Sag
K. CO WDEN, " j
ATTORNEY AT I,AW. ? H
.%o. 1222 Chaplluc St.. Vtu-clliif. W. V?- ggL
TAMES P. .ROGERS,
v. ,?*? ATTORNKY AT LAW, M
?hSS ffjt!1"8L' ?rp,'^U! ""a*"1
Hannibal fo rues, I
? ATTORNEY AT LAW. , ,,
"tnro. Cmtoro Hoiiw. Whopllng. W U1L iwj
INSURANCE. M
^IER1C.\X"'~ I
jlnsui-ancc Compnny* H
j OF WI1KICM.VC, \V. VA.
I .niKKCTOKS. . j
" * ' r,.?,n f'rew. ,'^J
John ai. JJrovrii. - , i Miller
George W >8C?
oiw-biw. # j?rw|ilff?t.
J. A. Miller * ^ yjcc ]>rt*i<ltnt.
John Frew * " ftcretaO'I*.
II. Dobbins
OIUCO i:t,K ~
(Over CUV k ' ||Vlire''"
Inmirn "S'n?f.l?jtj ,'J", MmmiiIII'.
dwplllncs. Hotisi'holil k<*h,sManiifnctu
ring a'"1 wllci'led. <*0'
^I'atron?BC n?|?ccif?li> ?",cl
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