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Til JO INTELLIGENCE 11
PubllvhfiJ d?liy (SundapuxccpteO).
iKEir >. i'AMr!ir.Lt ntoriiiEToiw,
At lloa. V> ami 2S fourteenth fltrcct.
TKRM8 O? DAILY!
Quo iojt one ye?r...W 001 Threti monthf... 82 00
till month*. \ 001 Olio month 75
Delivered \tj currloni lu city, 16c per week. ;,
T Kit SIS OF 8KM1-WRKKLY:
One yur ~W 001 Hli mouth*. II 50
TKRita OP WXKKLYf
Out* )'C4r..?.M.~......ll WJ | filx Co
(irciit reduction* to Club*, Bout for wunjile copy
MnUl/cuUr*. Addrtu, . . ' *'
'KftKW A CAHVMLK
WlmUug, II'. la.
JKnliTfMl At the PMtuffii-o nt Wheeling, W. V?., wi
imunl'flrtvMnntU'r.l , : i _ (i '
oirroiiKU STjuT
Tlii' VountfJlPii pf \Yvki yireluln.
Tho Huntington Jlqmblhui miikcu u
proper uekiiQwMgt'inimt to tho young
moil of UVst Virginia for -lliotr fur^e part
in tbo .work of tho. reccnt,canyuiw. It
very |u?tly re^tfJd lljtflr part of the woik
itccompliblitjil uh of the utmost importance
to the lii'publican parly, and refers with j
pride ntul gmtilleation to tliu fact that
tlioyoung .men of thefcitato aru finding!
tliefr way in hiic.Ii largo numbers info tho i
party of progress. All tUo young men of |
Wiwl Virginia should rend and re-read
(larileld's menimoraolo address to young
men in 1871), in which liu drew such a
yivid picture of tho relations of tiiq Democratic
and Uepuhlican parties to tho oven Is
of the past and the. iwues of tho present
time*. U'ho increased uud increasing identilloatiou
of young inun^yith ttio Republican
party is a eireumatauco that attracted
attention here in Wheeling in tho late
canvass. The hope of Weat Virginia is in i
tho rising generation. It is tho only
jjonmition that hns had tho advantages
of schools on our soil. Tho Democratic
party in its long nlj/ht of power
ami dominancy in We*t Virginia
never ir;ivu uiu youug u uuuuud iu uu
intelligent,hut kept them InKgyptiah darkness
uiul bondage until the Republican
parly iii I Still cm no to, the restmo ami struck
uway the Ahackles anil fetters Unit' made
any real progress in West Virginia almost
impossible. Tho young men of to-day are
tho lirot fruits of tlie great Republican
wchool system of the State?a system of
such vast moment to tho welfare of the
Stale that, as General CI off well saiil'in'his
speech at Capitol Square, it might oi itself
assure to tho Uepuhlican party the eteriial
lovii and gratitude of the people oMVest
Virginia.
Tnu Ueptiblican party of West Virginia
is like the Republican parly of the Nation,
the product of the schools and of tho advancing
intelligence of the people. It has,
as Senator Kdmunds well said in his letter
published i/i the 1.vtem,ji5j:ntkji; accomplished
more for tho permanent good of
Immaliity 011 this continent than any party
that has had existence in tho history of the
Government, This is as true as holy writ.
No intelligent man can gainsay it. 'There-.
lore u is tiie party into wnien me young
men of West Vigiiiia should naturally
gravitate and find a congenial home.
WJ)4?<'JJtiurn*? JbiJJrimil Cvnifr?Jiuj?ur(-<
nut KvvalMUt Hand.
The 1stkli.igf.nxuu id informed by high I
authority?authority that sets all doubt at |
real?that the Baltimore <k Ohio lma purchased
the Pittsburgh Southern
mad bit ween Pittsburgh and 'Washington,
Pa., and will at oinSc" proceed
to rebuild about one half the line
a Jul make the whole, of it a flrst-clasa
standard gauge mad. When tins line is
overhauled and rebuilt it will be the Baltimore
?fc Ohio line between Pittsburgh aud
the West, via .Wheeling. It will cross the
Monougaliela at a point where it will, by
an easy grade, run into the present depot
of the Pittsburgh, Conncllsville & Cumberland
division of the lUltimore & Ohio. 11
will also participate in the present facilities
of the Pittsburgh Lako- Krio
road (Vanderbilt's line/at Pittsburgh, and |
.. ..-,1.,i ,.f u,,?t ?.??
iuucivu iigiuut uviH vi uiloiuyao iiuut uitu
' road.
Jt stems that the Baltimore & Ohio company
luive abandoned all other projects Tor
a railroad from L'ittsburgh to the West,
such as have heen discussed and projected
/or years p.ts{, and at Just laid hold of the
Pittsburgh Southern as nflbrding at once a
practicable and dojir.ible routo via this
oily to Chicago and the^ Southwest. The
company expects to do a heavy business
out of l'ittsburgh" in the 'way of transportation
of iron goods, and will also.at an early
day run coke.cars between this city and
Connellsvilleover this line.
Meanwhile the company is pushing its
Meinplield extension. ,.:JIr. Garrett has
discovered that tho -'South Pennsylvania"
i.s in dead enrjieai, and further Hint it his
been trying to get upon a portion of his
lonueu lint, una mereioro mat u is'iugn
time, as the saying goes, to "hump" himself
unless lie is willing to be left out in the
cold, Rights of way do not lust forever in
Pennsylvania, but lapse under the law of
the State when they are given for specific
uses and not appropriated to said uses. The
old man is said to be nt last impressed that
it is time to quit fooling with the people
mid go to work in good earnest, and to this
end OJ. J. A. Bard is diligently at work
on unsecured rights of way.
The "South Pennsylvania" will parallel
the Ilempfield extension a portion of the
way. This is the. fuct .that has incited Mr.
Garrett to his present energetic steps. It
is coining litre, ami no mistake, from Hnrrisburg
via the CJonnellsvillo coke fields,
and will be let to contract perhaps as soon
us the llemptield extension, maybe by the
1st of Jauuarv.
Speaking of this, r<?a<f, tho Ilarrisburg
Trh'tjraph says: (?
" Robert II. Sayre,' who has just resigned
irom tho position ol Superintendent and
Chief Ktigineer of the Lehigh Valley Itoil.
road Company, will take the Presidency of
tho .South 1'ounsylvania ilailroad, which.is
to ho built from Jlnrrisburj,' to Jacob'*
Creek, on the Yotighiogheny liiver. Thu
new* road, which passes through tho south*
crn tier of counties of Pennsylvania, has
been surveyed during -the past eight
months by a corps of fifteen engineers,
under the charge of .Oliver W. Ihrncs, tho
chief engineer, who states that; the work
will soon be ready for construction, as it is
to be built immediately. Tho object of
tho load is a through routo from Pniladelpliia
to Pittsburgh and Wheeling, West
Virginia, which is to bo accomplished by
using the Heading road to llarrisburg, aud
there takiim the new line, which follows
Itio following route: Prom Harris-]
burg through lVrry county; a portion
of Huntingdon: Burnt Cabin, in l'nl.
tan; UwlforcJ, Jn "Uedforci;* Somersci,' in
Somerset; through AVeatmorelarid, und
crossing tho' Youghloghcr.y ,ut Jacob's
Creek and ;lh.o Mpnojiguhela at G reeufieJd,
nuil froin thence by^ dircct lilies to Pittsburgh
and AVhecling. Mr. Barnes, tho
chief engineer, informed a reporter yesterday
that tho characteristics of tho lino are
favorable for a largo traflie. Tho maximum
grade in caeh direction being 52 8-10 feet
per mile, except nt tho ascent of tho eastern
slope of tho Allt'ghouy,'mountains, betweon
iJcdford and tho summit, fiS .feet per mile
is used. The distance from the Susouohanun
to Wheeling, will bo about 200 miles,
ami by means of a bridgo to be built at the
latter place the road will be put in eonuec
tion with nil lines went oJ tlio Ohio river.
The country traveled by the South I'nnn*
bvlvanin railroad will furnish a 1(\r^o
nuiount of business, consisting of njiricul*
ifP". timber, lliui;iMj
y 11 s Ml I a n u ?Jr eighty jit Will
ftitniHh.U?' KiMjin^eniQMny vjtluf prejtt
deal of iiew "Utftfti fl trii e w'out le toifoV
at lonht\8,000;QOO toiis of nnturncitti coal
l>er year.
All of our much talked of r^ilronifkwfcm
lv bp hvvthiK nt thin jioiot willi u w>rl of u
nmh JuhI now?ti sort of "h walk up, liurry
'tip, tumble up, any wny to get up" kind of
u midden iutpetutt. genator Camden's-river
line is to he put under contract nt once between
here and ParlcerHbtir^. The Menwood
extension of the IV, \V. A Ky. is
already bulMin&andthe \vneeling.it I.ako
I'.rie l? sUuulily pruKresMln^ to Muitlu'fl
l'erry, Tim bridge matter between it and
the South Pennsylvania will probably bo
settled, very noon; if it is not already agreed
upon. ; Jit i'c liiiderebujd if, the MTwwnry
permit by the Secretary of War, on behalf
ot tho United. Mates, lias been outlined.
There may be some enabling local leg tulatioiis
needed at the hands of tlio cotuing
session of tho legislature thin winter.
Wo are farther informed that tiie U. & 0.
Co., havo in niind across eUt line between
the Central Ohio road and tlio Marietta <k
Cincinnati line,?possibly between Zunes*
villoand Ciiiilicothe?or inayho between
Shawnee and CbiUiootlio,?6vcr whicli
their I'ittsbiirgli and Wheeling tonnage for
tlio southwest will pass. .This ucbeine
seems to have been under advisement for.
sonio time, and as it is an entirely natural
and feasible projcct it is likely to be accomplished
at an early day.
When all this happous?ae happen' it
will, as apjicaranees now indicate?Wheeling
will Bland pretty solid as a railway
center. Kuay accesj and cheap freights
in every direction "will give a new lifo
and a now departure to onr'industrial interests.
'
And in this connection wo may note tho
project that is now under discussion for a
largo Bteel works here, to lie owned by a
number of tho nail milk, in which steel is
to be mad<i for all the mills for tlio manufacture
of steel naiU. Steel' nails aro the
coming hnilf; they artniiready in tlio market,
and the pressure of this coming necessity
is felt and rccoizuized bv the mills nt
this point. The mutter is now under investigation
by .1 committee appointed for
the purpose; and a detlnito conclusion is
ex peeled at an early day.
Gen*. John C. 1'uiimont, now in his
seventieth year, id livinir in New York in a
very ({'lieI, melancholy way, and is said by
a correspondent to have the air o? a man
whoso "to morrows are nil yesterdays."
' I.tme thanks nro due to him who onlv
Hires away what Is of no use'to himself.*'
The thanks of invalids the world over arc
bf ing showered upon tlie inventor of Kidney
Wort, for it is giving health to all. Kidney
Wort moves ttic bowels regularly, cleanses
the blood, and radically cures kidney disease.
gravel, piles, bilious headache and
pains whicli are caused by disordered liver
ami kidneys. Thousands have been cured?
why should you not try it? mv faw ,
JIAKHIl.I).
CUSltlNfl?RERRY.?On 'Hmredny morulas,
October-'0.1852,.In bint Crchbytorlftti Church, by
Hew H. A. Cunttlueltitm, J/r. v> it. it. C'vfuiiua tiacl
AUob V. rnitliY. nil <?1 this oily.
Pigg"
OasbeenprovedT
el The SUREST CURE for h
[KBDWEYJB1SEASES.|!
? rtato that you arc a victim ? TIIEU DO NOT ^
i HESITATE; u*c llldacyAVort nt once, (drug. 5
?jjL?la rccommcnd It)nnd it wiUvieodily over. ?
** 00130 tlio dtaeneo nnrt rf?toro healthy action, e
?j g ofjiac y?r oomplaltus pscuUar >
? nuauiwOi to your Bcr.auchaapatn J
((mdrreakno(tacrf,Xiilnoy-'YVortia unaurpouacd,
K ?o It will net promptly anil safely.
| KJlhc?i)cz._ Incontinence, retention ofurine, q
?,brlc^ dost or ropy depostta, and dull dracclnp c
o pain>, all speedily yield to lu curativo pewer, 2
*j <J- EOLD Br AU DRUGGISTS. Prleo ti.' x
rC.VVtlLEliS' till IDE.
nRPARTORK OF Tr.AISS?WHKKUNn TIME
duu lay.
a.m. a.m. r.w. p.m.
I ?. ? 0. R. a .... fUK- ' ?:a: 3:10 4:55
r. m.
I Cc:it. 0. i)|y ... P;W- i:S0 f t;0C
\Y.,P. AR-Div 6:-i0 1:50 5:10
A.M.
Clcr.APitU 6:CO il;10 1:50 t<:55
lr.,C.AHtL.. 8:M 6:Si 8:52*1:5: 4:17 *&47
A. SI. ' I?. M. A. N. A.M.
T. V. A ?V.. " '"c.'K) 22.00 ftOO HOP
; AKH1VAL OX TBA1HB.
fjunday.
a.m. a.m. r.M. a.m.
B.iO. R.K... 12:15 10:30 2:30 9:20
r.M. A.M. A.M. A.M.
Ceut. O. DlV..'. 5:55 10:00 .2:55 10:45
a. >t. r. n.
W.,P.4B.Dlv 7:55 11:20 G:25 -
a.m. r.s:. a.m.
ITl.?w APftt* ..... 11-4(1 1-ftS T.f.1 ?a.L>
A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. J'. M. P. M.
P., 0. A fit. L.. 11:CV 8:62 8:27 11:02 402 7:17
?. M. P. M.
g.T.V.&W, ?S; tO lIQtU? ?.VW
t Daily wcwnt Sunday. .
jsteuocuvlllo Accommodation.?This tr?ila faring
the day vases backward and forward between
Mtrtln'* Ferry ami Bsllolro; Htopplngwken required
at thuSb email Hocso, JitnaTiDo, West WheeJJuR
and Gravel LI ill.
1 MkmUou Accommodation.
St. Clalravlllo Accommodation.1
C? T., V, A W. Trains run by Colnmbm time. HEELING
AND ELM GROVE R. R.
On and niter MONDAY, Octobcr 23, J 882, cars an
the Wheeling uud,Kim Grove Railroad will j-unas
follows:
TlilniiKh cars k>avl?K Care tumid fro ji Fulton,
tha city {Qorttcr Sfurket 20 a. v. 2:20 p.m.
andIClcvcnthatrcctn),and 7.00 8:00. "
S'aramV, at 7:10 J' 3:10
6:20 a. tt, ' 2:20 p. m. 8:20v " ' 4:20 "
t7:00 . 8:40 " 9.00 " a 00 ?.
7:40 " 5:00 " WO," 6:40,"
0.00' " C:20 " 10:00 6 20 "
10:20 " 7:40 "-1 11:20 " 7:00 "
21:49 '?? ' 9:00 *' U.sO . 7AO "
1:C0 P. M, 12:20 p. )t. 8:20 "
6From the city. 1:00 /' IhOO "
tFrom Stamui'ts. 1:40 "" '
. <.Sn mUyn excepted.
>w2l .l?H. KLKKH.Hii|K.'tlimntlfnl.
ifnarrtfi ~ "
rana
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
Tlic oiily fcufe ntid certain cuie for
Cholera, -Cholera Morbus; Dljrrhccn,
lljscntury, Colic, Cramps, Summer
Coiuplnlnls, Jtc. '
Invaluable for children during their Pccond
Summer. In use for more than twenty yearn anil
has never Jailed. No cure uojmy. Price lo cents.
1!. A. JlcCA BE & CO., Proprietors,
Ivl WHKKMNfl; W.VA.
COKX AND con un,i?s;
ClUEll 311U.S. W.U.'OXS,
fi:i:tii,i/i:iis ami skkds.
S'. I). liOYH, Wliccliuir,.V>\ Yd.
AH HONEST OFFER!
IIyou aTQfick.oriiilliiK. no uiattcr what Uio complaint,
vtlUi tousnnd wev.iUscmlyou on trlalone
of out lan;o V.LKCTKO MKDICATGD PAD3. provided
y<m ?grce to pny /or It If It cures you. If ft
does not. It costs you nothing to try It. JJoak, otc.,
KlviiiKf'iH purtlculftn*. frco, Addh-w. , ,
ki.kctko p.u> nta'co.,
' V.ronUlnt. S. Y.
$10 to $20,000
InlcRltlranto JudiflouispeculHtlon la Groin. Provisions
?ttd stocks nu our pcrfcctcd plan, yfeldgsuro
monthly profits to hrsc and smnll Investor*. Address,
lor fun wirtloulrtrs. K. K. KKN'DAl.C A CO.,
(.'nni'ii Morchama. 177 S:170 Italic8t?CbKvu;o.111.
TOn PRINTING OF KYKltY KIND
U . from' a Mammoth Poster to the Finest Visiting
Card, cxccuted insum-rlor stylo and ?t love rates
for ca?h. at tho IntelUjcuwr Job Ofliw, 23 and 27
FourlcentUKttect. ' ' ; -w;*
NSW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J^LS~AROA"ND KAtabll STOVE? "
a || % ;
1 tnpTovt?V.ft>r4^9'i/l Hat WutV 61 dfdtin.'aiid tho
lili?lickt urt.of wcwkMnmhi^iho ."ArKund" ttkci
,tl?v lend, rail aud-foo them *t
\*.,s ,y. t\ - V J\ N?8RITT A BHO.'B,
ft.'otaQy gg \ gg? *? " "iintE Mwrfcct 8tr?tgj
JJASE BALL
11UCKKYIH OKCOULMUUS.O., .
* ?icAt.s'ir
B,TA.JCJ)AJtI>B# i v ,..j
At lltoKuw IV Ir Crowiflu, uMumUf mid Tu(m1>Yi
OyK'H'f .'WKiid :il,. tidine called. Kti-ao t. u.
A disunion g.'n'mitn, Imlkufrctf. ocflQ
poll 11KNT.
A very comfortable two-story Brick Dwelling
JIouso with 7 rooms, in a desirable park
of tho city, rotoaalon given Immediately,
iu?nn ' I. TitU'fN.
rnnuSTICIVS '&ALK.
ily virtue of n Died of Trmt inmlo by Jamc* W,
Mcdrmuhun ?nd Hnmiali 11. 1.1m wife, to mo an
Trtuk'O, tinted Jnumiry V:i, 187'j. te fouled in Devd of
Ttiiol Hook No, M, pigo 62U, I will ?ell ut public
miction, ut the front door of the Court JJou?e of
Ohio county, on..
SATUKDAY, DKCKMBKR 2,1882,
commencing nt 10 o'clock u? thu following
pro|wrty, thuli* tonu*! A lot or parcel of ground
?lltuto uti WhecllUB ImIaiuU lu thu city uf * heeling
Ohio comity, \Vc*t Virginia, Mm Lot No. '25,
in William Armkt-ong'a Addition to mid city.
Terms of Sale?Can,
WM. I.INCir, TriiHtce.
W. J. IV. COWDK.V, Solicitor. ocSOM
MASON & HAMLIN
ft 91ft A RJAarcccrUlnlylwl.tinvlnirliefnto
til M |? ft ItS VtlMhwl ntrwryOrcutWorld'a
tiulimtrlul Cmntmtltlon
for* HIxUmmi Ymrnt no t>uicr Aimrirnti orgnni
tiivditr fwvti found Kjudl ?t ntiy, Aho Ctn-ain,'>t.
Kevin 100; n'iiH-tuvvH j mflicioni comjMM urnl pnwtr,
vs(tn bfit flu,ilUy.Ji?ri>opnli?rn't't?liiiHtiMviil#r niu?|p
In ncliouli* ?r f.Hiililrfl, ut only R1,1!!. On?? hundred
OlliCP ?tylc%Kt*30,**.7t K-MK, ?7*.W, ?I0H. lilt to
IMM aiui Up. . The hirxemlnltiiart trkoltn unrirahJ by
aiii/titltrurtitnj. Al?ofor vu?y pnjinvMf. New illuitr.iicil
tln'rtToiriio Jr?*. . .
Tliu MASON A liAMlilN Orirnti nml IMuno
Co.. IV Trt'inonl $t.\lSo?toii; 10 K. J lib >t.,Srw ) urkj'
ll'j Wnlmnh Avu., Clilcititn. ' ' 1
i.ur??i,i?iuuNsnnureuvtLTieio cnrr f
rufOc.M,ini|?.Chnc.Folsom.N V.Mtyr 1%CC?
yy_ IftrilYO "0 rrupln* aharKlJCsl
5 5 VL'il ??lUug our
fJmMKltcto I"6'11 Sa,e'l|
B?Sj?^yytiiviil other household artlclci.
BMlBrw wTliobe*tHcHlnK?rtlclc??)Vorput
on tho market. For Mmuplca
k,vC*W^ uiitj ?<?ucw tho
CLIPPER M'F'Q COH
(LimiM
Nv. <10 Wuluot stcvut. Cluciuuatl, O.
OPERA HOUSE!
SATURDAY EVEXIXd.XOVEJIIIEK 4th,
AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
Phenomenal S|)cew?. Tho Story of a Woman.
BERTHAWELBY
In the TnrllJlng American I'lay, entitled,
OneWoman'sLife
- liv the Author of
ONLY A FlIMIBll'S DAUGHTER.
Supported by a Cum puny of Sew York Artist*.
ACT I.?Woman's Wrongs. The Golden Calf.
ACT 11.?Uiiticr/ly Life. Too much Happiness.
Dark Cloud* Ahead. * ACT
III,?A Fearful Apparition. The Wavesol Sin,
D^ntli of thel'rAmji. The Old Sinn's (June.
ACT IV.?Atonement. l)j lug of Starvation. I'eacc
at Last.
Admission .*?0and Y."> cents. R-vwirved scatu "5 cts.
Seats on sale nt Wilton it; llatimer'a muMc sure;
sale to i-'onmicnfo Thursday, November 2. oc30
OPERA. IIQUWE !
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1882.
teSOAGKMSNr EXTRAORDINARY FOR
om: ,vi(aiT o.m.v,
America's Accomplished Actr( ss! Queen of Com.
cdy Drama,
MM MADDERN,
SUPPORTED BY
Jfavliu & White's Dramatic Co.
John il. IIavlis... Manager.
In' Charles K. ('allalutn'fl Rotnantl: ComedyDrama.
Illustrative of Western pathos, humor and
adventure, entitled,
Fogg's Ferry!
WHcii will he produced with the Original Sceneiy
itrcd fr'Hi'cts ?s ?t the Park Tfieulre, Netr York.
Admlsti >nMan75 cents. Reserved Seals Sl.OO.
Heats on silent Mlhon ?s Ballmer's music store:
?llA In ivimm/rtinn ? i ~~on
tvaclo-marfcfl, copyrights. cte.,for
W 153 m thotJnitod States, and to obtain pat*??540
onln in Canada. Englaud, Franco,
efcia a Goriunny, and ail other countries.
E.-It?r.re" Tlilriy-slx yp?rH*practico. No
chargo for examination of models or drawing).
Advico liy mail frco.
ratcntrf obtained through ua aro noticed in
tho SCIENTIFIC AMEMCAN, which has
tlia largest circulation, and is tho most influential
nowKpapor ofitakind published in tho
world. Tho aihantagcBofauchar.otico every
patcnteo uiulerntanilH.
Tliia largo and nplendidlv illustrated nowBpaper
is published WEEKLY at $3.20 a year,
and is admitted to bo tho best paper dovoted
to science, n?ochaniefl,inrontiona, engineering
works, aud other departments of industrial
progress, published in any country. Binglo
copioa by mail, 10 ccuta. Sold by all newsdealer?.
A.1.1r?.M Miitiii A- nn1i1ta1.ii?* r.fC?l?n.
tide American. 2Ct llroaAway, Now York.
Handbook n.)>on I i>ati?nto >naiioi1 free.
gl^ll
Tito Kin if of ll>o Hotly 1? the bain; the htoma*h
it? main Ruppoit; the ncrvcn Im tnewongeis;
the bowels, thekldneyBand the porosis safe?nitrds.
Indigestion creates ? violent icvolt amongt hese attaches
of the rCR&X organ, and to bring them back to
their duty, there is nothing like the rvgnlatlng,
'imrifring. Invigorating, cooling operation ol TaK'
RAtrsSKI.T/.RR ArKKtKNT. It renovatestbcsyfct.m
anil restore to health both the body and the wind.
POIi'-) 13Y ALL DlttK;(fl8T3.
PiAITO-POIlTES,
TJNKUUALLKD IN
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0 WIIX1A3I KNANi: * CO,
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{<0. U'i Fifth Avenue. New York.
LEVER TOD-CUTTER I
CUTS HAY AND CORN-STALK'S.
STRONG, SIMPLE, DURABLE
Tin: 11OT HAN |>-<-UT TER MADK.
Price only #?(??: Cn>h with order.
. manufacture'" BY
S. E. DO YD, Wheeling, W. Ya.
DOXT OH unit It INI) or Orchestral Irstru
' merits, or MuMcnl Goods of
jiny kind, before Mending for
Vw'twI'A \ nt't nrfcex to ALLK 4 K. IjODrff
~ - \ W0UT1I.47 Lafayette phice.
M-/V-, .^l . _\,u New York. An excellent 11
* Hat pbton Cornet, Hill HO t
-a?LJJ Uwt It flat Cornet, now unett
f assc-i- 4rM by Llbcrntl m * Solo E tUt
/-Sol A't0 Trombone, 820.
Bent C. 0. D.. with prlvilv?-r;:s
. : z2&*^ Mto of trial.
PAVOKITK
Corn SHollers,
WITH 01'. WITHOUT FAN.
FEV:D TA11LE on l'ULLY FOR POWER.
Tilt: l.K.VMNU AN'l) 11 EST MADE,
i Send for circularfttul juices before you buy."
I CAN* AND "WILL SAVE YOU MONET.
S. fc!. HOYi), Wheeling, W. Yn.
Nc?s|iu)io)- Advertising Uiiromi, 1()
Spruce St., X. Y. odl-si\n\tw |
PAY OOODB-QgQ. R, TAYLOR. '?
:
GOODS
.? n:-p::fOU (AUVJ
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Geo. R. Taylor.
Our regular purchase of New
Fall and Wiuter Stock now open
anil ready to show.
Wo cordially Invite tlio ladles to
call and inspect tlie clioice'collectlon
of every description of goods
in our iiuo.
DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT!
We Iieg to announce the comple
lion or our Stock or Dress Goods
by the large accession or this
week.
In Dress Goods wo are prepared
to show tlio most choice selections
of the latest imported fabrics.
Geo. R. Taylor.
CLOAK
DEPARTMENT!1
Our late purchase of Cloaks and
Wraps of every description now
ready lor inspection. '
This important branch of our
business lias rcceiveil spooial attention
-with the view of continued
enlargement.
Our Stock of
Seal Sacqucs,
Far and Silk '
Lined Cecilian
Dolmans and Circulars, ]
Cloth Sacqucs. j
Dolmans and Jackets,
Silk Brocade and
Diagonal Fellisses,
Jersey Sacpes, ,
Misses' and Children's Cloaks I
Children's Cloth Dresses, Ac., 4c.,
was never half so large and varied
as at present.
Geo. R, Taylor.
: ' ; I
a
asriErw
Merino Underwear.;
Our Now Stock of WLiteand lied
JleriHoIJndorwcar for Hon,"lYomon I
and Children, is now full and complete
in sim and variety.
GE0.R.TAYL0R.;
I <wo -
OFQCEKIEQ AND TOBACCO.
[TIMOTHY SEED J
feS. -A!?? |*l ? J
PHENIX PATENT FLOUR.1
* .*
1,000 lkga l'riiuo anil Cltulcv Timothy 8?mhJ
(or Mle.
Mk'ouU Patent.! Flout Jlnuya In ttock.
Try It. It.lithohnL ]
lrnm!nniirt?M r.,> A IMI11i''L* t t.?tl
CtlVirrVt'ea'cOKKEK:
FULL LIKE OF OliOCEItlES.
Call to ACQ US,
Joiai.SpcidclAcCo. 1
ic'20 W'HOLKSAIiH OllQt.KRB.
S.BAERM,
llavo the Largest anil nioat Complete \
<- Stock of
GROCERIES!'
In tho State. ^
2 Car Loads of Soapiiie
Received lost week. This is known as the
best in the Market, j
We offer special inducements in
CANNED TOMATOES & PEACHES
And all other Canned Goods. G
TOBACCOS, TEAS & SYRUPS ?
Sold lower than any other house in o?r line
in the State.
Pefore buying call and examine our large
and extensive stock oC grocerlos.' A large
discount to cash buyers.
S. BAER & SONS,
. 1
uig anil mi Miilu street. ]
selS.
TO THE GROCERY TRADE,
I take pleasure In announcing to my old patrons
ami to the trade generally, that, alnec the late lire
at my establishment, I have thoroughly renovated
my buildings, and urn now prepared to offer a*
large and vailed a stock of general groceries and
provisions as can be found In" the Slate. These
goods are all new and carefully felected.
My own euro of cholco smoked meats delivered
direct from ray Pork Uoufc at Manchester.
1 have Ixjen appointed sule agent In the City for
the following leading spedulihn, vii;
Itnraford Chemical Works' Renowned
Yeast l'onder in liottlex.
P.J. Kilter's Fruitliiidcrsuriil Preserves.
Frank Siddal's Wonderful Soap.
Ward's Wliita Ilorax So;i]i. [
Ward's Electrifying Soap. ^
JlcXamnra's (ilory Toltacco.
JfcAipin's Onward Tobacco.
Wnvtnnn & Urna'
Smoking Tubucio.
UuPonl's Sporlins, 'llille, Jlininij suit]
Hlusling Foivilcr.
FAMILY ASP IlAKKitS' FLOUIi. j
HtConiicllsvi!!e Gold Slicar 1'iileiil Flour, Host
ill tlie mai-fcot.
Silver Star?linker's Flour. Daily
llrcml?linker's Flour. J
M. BEILLY,
WHOLESALE GROCERY PORK PACKER,
Nob. 1309 and 1311 Main Street,
jy2C Wheeling, W. Ya. *
CHEESE I j
100 Boxes clioico New Yorlc
Sliecse from one of the best Factories
in the Empire,State, ut ,
SMYTH'S.
oc27 v
J1JOME.}f ADE PKESEItVES,
PICKLES, ETC. f
Preserved Peecbes, Pears, Quinces, Pi neap- i
Die, Damson and Tomatoes. Cucumber
tickles, French Pickles, Spanish Pickles,Hylen
Salad, Mellon Mangoes, Pepper Mangoes, tl
?each Marmalade and a variety of Jellies at G
GEO. K. McMECHEN'B,
0(0' X30G Market St.
THUKBJCH'iS
SHREDDED OATS,
UftAAUi/Ai'ttU L\AL'IV(JA.
SAGO, WHEAT, FAIUNA, OAT MEAL f
wd their celebrated Totted and Canned t
neata lor summer use, ut
an ID McMKCHKS'3. ir.SC. Market St.
'LUMBINOjjGAS1 AMD STEAM PITT!HQ? r>
-JIRIUBLE & LTJT2, ^
PLUMB2SS,
Sas and Steam Fitters,
1418 Market Street. T
l!
Heating and voiililalliigr of pnblic buiK,.
nars. dwelllncra nnd fnotnrlou n cnf*<?fo'i?- I
-
an3i ^
JHOMPSON & lllllUARD,
PRACTICAL PLUJfIlf,R&',
ias and Steam Fitters
1314 M ARKET 6TIUJET, .
Wheeling, W. Vn.
SPECIALTIES,
team Heating and Ventilation,
. .. lied jacket Forco 1'utnp, t
Underwriters Gas Mnchlno, |
WTOrdcre from the country promptly filled.
?c5 - _j '
ryM. HARE & SON, _
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, '
OAS AND J 8TEA3I|.P1TTERS, %
No. 33 Twelfth Street.
All work done promptly nt reflKmatilc iiritt*. ]:0
J^UKE FITTON, " ;
PR ACTICA L% PLUMBER,
oras and StoamFitteTi
1410 MAIN STREET.
All ordern promptly attended to. 3 a t ^
HAJ. wuub. bol. ZM.CS. PI!ZV, ux. its
3. KBAUS & CO.,
(Bacccwor to IT. Bchrnnlbatfi & Co.,) ^
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC j!
Vines and Liquors, Brandy, (
QIK, CORDIALS AKD WHIBKIK3, f
NTo. 1133 Harket 8tioc L
No5
DR.r a.?0D.*i
pili
MARSHALL & CO.,
:rrr//
L110-MAIN STltEET,
OUK STOCK OF
WINTER GOODS
In noiv toinjtiele. llavlug purliasod
several lots at bigdlHconuts
re are enabled to oiler
SPECIAL BARGAINS
iii Dress Goods, Table Linens,
PIhiiiiuIh nml Jtliuikets,
Hosiery and Underwear,
Fancy Goods and Notions.
mrshalT & go.,
11 lO MAIIV ST.
Two Cases Full Standard Calicoes
ic. a yard, same as sold elsewhere
it SC. [ic'-H
ustzew
FALL WRAPS
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE STATE
?AT?
LOW PRICES.
Soul Skin Sacques,
Fur lined Circulars,
New Dolmans,
Now Cloaks,
Now Ulsters,
Now Shawls,
New Dress Goods.
Hack Silks and Cashmeres
A SPECIALTY.
i. S. RHODES & GO.
sell?
MERCHANT TAILORS*
IEW~FALL AND WINTER GOODS
]. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now in Stock a Full Line of
?ancy andStapleWooIens
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
Which wo offer at
'rices that Dety Competition 1
OLher Woolens at lowest prices. "We carry
le largest line of goods in tie city, and our
et Upa are first-clasa in. every respect.
ALL UUULJtlUT JAUJUiTS
And a Full Line of
ienis' Furnishing Goods.
Pereona. desiring anything in our line will
nil it.lo. their interest toczaiulao our stock
jfore p nrchasing elsewhere.
3. HESS & SONS,
COP.. MAIN ,t FOURTEENTH STS.
scO .
DRUGGISTS.
ADI.ES READ THIS!
EFl'Eft 'Hint Is PEPPER!
CIXXAMON, Hint is CINNAMON.
1?UKE SPICES!
ALL KINDS, AT
LOGAN Sc CO.'S,
Druggist, Brltlipj Corner.
Catsup DBottles!
Fruit Jars, Salad Pressing,
Pure Flavoring Extracts,
Hiirlily Perfumed Toilet Soaps,
Toilet Sets, Thermometers,
, liarometcrs, at low prices.
BOLD BY
LOGAN CO.
HE HOUSEKEEPERS' DELIGHT!
IS LOGAN, LIST & CO.'8
:xceisior Baking Powder.
Tlio 1 ?est and chcapcal reliable Powder la the
arkot. Addrctt order* to
XjQGkA.?? eSc CO.,
tol9 Drngght*. BrIdgctCorner.
R. LIST
DKUGGIST,
.OIO/MAIIT ST.,
Keeps in stock.a line of fino Chemical*
tttenfc Medicines, Toilet Articles, Brushes,
omba, Notions, Cigars, itc.
Citiacnn and Strangers arc cordially invited
> call. Bell
BATTLE AND HOG FEED
U '
For 8ale Cheap.
FlieeHug drupe Sn&ar and, It dining Co.
A. 0. EGERTER,
Socrelwf
_ C-OTK'WO?JsBBIl,l.E3,
ffHfc
# >wiK :
PICNIC.
.sshttp* Taa ;>
A Regular Old Jubilee i
FULL GROWN
Overcoats for Daddies, Grand Daddies, Old
Itaoliolora. ,
t. n^.vb..^ lu.i...
44 " Clergy. Doctors, Lawyers.
M Klegantly-fornicd AjkjIIoj.
u llalioon and IJeaH'polis Shapes.
" Rich and Poor, lt^hanil Low.
44 to plnue wife, mother, girl and
daughter,
44 to suit your pocket-book, fit
you and keep yon warm.
u that won11 (ado and wUl satisfy
you.
u "Ulster shape, for parly, theatre
and cold.
14 Last and the very latest Is
the Klglu, satin lined,'a
regular "Daisy," See It
and you will agree so.
HALF GROWN
Overcoalfl to please you In style. Pa In price.
comfortable to skato anil suow*
ball in,
u that you won't avoid wearing.
" that the boys won't ridicule.
" to please your first girl.
w that the dog can't tear.
44 to wear to the Matinee.
u uhiiv to ?Hn nn mill olV.
" just like sister's beau wears.
" to catch a girl with.
41 hicer than l'a bad when lie was aboy
" torJde horseback or bycicle.
" elegant for Saturday play,
Young Sl>ronls.
Overcoata for Papa's Hope, Mamma's Joy,
Baby Boy. .> < ?
" tbat will make your neighbor green
with jealousy.
" tbat will make tbc whole cburcb
talk.
" to please you; and if tbat is all
Hub will buy it
" to tickle Grand l'a and Grand Ma.
" better than you can inakeatliome.
" covered all over witb buttons,
buckles, Ac.
" as fancy as your dressmaker cun
make.
as numerous in style as are your
ideas.
" tbat will coax uncle to lake'Hurry
out.
11 Hint dnn'L nn?t
" trimmed in Plush, the latest, to
please every Pa, Ma and Baby.
Every last cent, every energy, every experience,every
minute and everything we could
control, we have devoted to our Overcoat
Trade this fall, and we know you will award
us the price when jon tee the quality, quantity
and price of our goods.
Any Size, 4 years old to size 50, breast, and
prices lower than can be bought anywhere
else.
J. BRILLES,
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
11 KR "TV/T A TTCT
oc28
DRY GOODS.
STONE & THOMAS,
FALL TRADE
For 1883.
JXJST OPENED!
FULL LIKES OF
LAZDIIES'
DRESS GOODS!
Silks, Satins,
CASHMERES, BROCADES,
YELYETS, PLUSHES,
-ANDSUITINGS!
LATEST STYLES
Cloaks, Dolmans&Sacques
IN CLOT1I.
Hailed Silk Wraps
jjtuutjs j uvui a ttiiu L/uiiuivu n
Underwear, Full Lines.
Gent's and Boys' Suitings, Elegant
Goods.
BLAUKBTS.
West Virginia Country Flannels,
the best in the Trade.
ELEGANT CARPETS!
All Latest Patterns?Body Brussels, Tapestry
and Ingraius, Kngs.
01' Cloths, Linoleum, WindowSi.
ades, and Curtains,
Great Bargains.
Carpets Cut Without Extra Charge.
J>ive Geese Feathers
Alwajs on Hand.
We Court a Close Gash Trade.
A Lot of Remnants and Last
Season's Goods at oncOmlf their
.Yalue.. . .* ?,; ...... ... .
Stone&Thomas
1030 Main Street.
oc9
EDUCM'16'iAl
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS!
SECURITY, MuTHEflLY Oiliv r.?,'.U 1
'7'ts'ss anu?AR11
111. Dfa OUAN'l'.Ui ACAllKllV
for clrl*, umWr the Uiawt?rf th?Iil??il?*?,!.'^l0,?
iUtU.oi?M on th 7 Art-1Vl?
^ AH1' t n(SJ ;^0K "*
hipJU revived nt any Urn* in ttio 2,
tesmyaj?, ttsaps;
nt tlio hands o( |lfo-lo,i? iJ? fn J L?.,li1,1(1,1
mi-nt of fouitlo'eOuritloii, Inclulliriif )i IKH*"'
tanr?MM?ikttii wu?lL Ht Voir.
MiomJ wild rorn c*Wlwne of U>1? KhooC' AM mi
uim-rutja UP IMS ACAHKMY
OF TUK VISITATION,
- . V MT. D* OimiL
1 h-WMW NC*r \\lin-Uiig, W. Va.
ViEST V1RC1H1& URIVERSIT?;
Tho ucxltcnlon Uniu# KKl'TKMliKU Cili, isa2
Tkm Ski-a jute yowooi.r luvlmunn js'hool of Hitlory
Riul Hrliool of fciiKlwn. Hill mitv.-* lu
ana MedlolnlJ oxteJiillsik' U>mur,lioitt the u*Moii
KuUtK??l UrlUUei lor ?UMy of l'hy*lf*\ Hdm*.
and btilcntlttc Akj1ciiHmh?; c?\uii.p.a
chemhnl lnl>n?tory. Tliorouch cimm* in Mu-lViit
and Modern Jiu)gu?j!w*?il Jlimtun*. TtxUw.U
itt cost. Nemwrjr Mpcnw* not over & 175. f?r
caialoguw and otuer ItuorUjmlmi hiMh'sh
w, lu \\ 11>0n, hvfcmttl
an5 Morgnmowti, V. Va.
ViESLEYAil FEMALE MR,
STAUNTON', VIRGINIA.
Oi>ciw BvjUomK'r liClb, 1W. One of Iho KIM
Bcliooh for Yonnn 1 Rilii* lu the I'nlttd
HnrronndiiiRH bvanilful. Ultunlv |'u.
i?ll? from utRlitcvn Stoic. Terms mmm,: Uk> U>t
In tliu Union. Ikxud, WuMm\ KnuUMi t'ouivo,
loUln. Frviich, Ucutiui, liwtniuitnUl Mm'.o, Ac,
for Beitolartlc year from Kijucmbcr lo Juno,
For CttUtOHUC* write lo
Key. am. jt. 1UUC13,n.u..lwt.
iya-Mwrjyr stnnnlon, Vi.
ifA i/ri M^I" f-1
_.k.vv.J,?.?U, K1U.
Mt. Vtusos iNsniLMU, No, |f? SU. Viruoii l'liiv,
Boarding and l)rt>* Honu* Holitml for ^ o\in? IhiIus
ftnil Uttlc Ulrld. Kounilnl IsSii, i!r\ .M J. Jmv*
nnii Mrs. 11. Maltfmul, I'rltitliMi'x, nsMstid t>y alalia
corpsof nbl? l,tof?H>i)i>. Hciiutlful (r?<tit*
Ins ol the sq'iiim surt?iuittllti|; Wn^ilngiou
i Mnnuint'iiU Kduwtl<m?d niUnntu-ii*
(Mnnttwr* w?t mi apiiHowtUm tn )y.m w
BUSINESS CARDS.
^EAItGUS.AVllAl.LV,
' ITashionu!)3o XSoot jMuUor,
i 1 US TiYElVTH BTUKKT,
I . ( Next to 8jiffiir? tiUivo.
i TboBc*t nuleilM.U'sl lit and inott leaMiusUi
I primforUio vervUsi woik in ilu-vlty. t i
1 gTEI'HEX JkCOrXOUUII,
I Carpenter ntitl Unildvr.
j ^ Brick BiijjfJjHgsertcJed triiufjlc'ie lit ?I1 tnevtem
j .-.Wilin, nisu WMHll'Sl inillUlllgK BUM III)
cpumeleoti lot. Wooden building tramul nil
fitted up In yntd jil votk ihop and taUu to mi
l parinnd couipk'lwJ wj n-'iKijudle teniw. All *1I
teratlona tnaile on old. building*, roofs valley* niul
Aydii;htap?rticuUrly attended to. Do.ks.Mkiuitun,
and shelving lilted up on khotUioilcc; Moiefjonu
! put Ju and ?iore? uHcroJ. Kt*ldeno.} No. sy 811I
iecnth street, formerly wcupled by Mr. Beit Kikr.
I Hhnr in rtur o( Capitol. on Alley l.i, n}H
>yyilKELlNCi liOILKK we^s.
Manufacturers o' lettable, KtationHry, whIko
boikts, Irctolilnp, cMoneyg, tanks, Mill*, ildor*,
Khmtere and nil xJudx of heavy ?hwt i/mt xwk.
Deakta tn atond liaud b^ik-ir. For Infonnailuu
apply to <VX .t MOItKlnUN,
i. i No. 1G0C Market MrvcL
Telephone 0-21. Jttp?Jn;sj.edi] micniiwi. 'J'vn.u
renyonnhk. ___ . tnyl'J
J^ O. LIST, JB.,
POBE PACEEE
iad carer of. tbe celebrated CKEVTKR URtTi.
Kkici aru acvr ready end torna!e?t
. 28 FOUP.TRKNTl! 8TR8ET.
My 8. C. ifca'J wo all braadtd, "LLl'i Ch^lui."
*P?
J M. CLOUbTO.N,
dkalst. w
Brain, UroiiuiiroctI, Haled Hay, Slnnr it,
South Street, NTcnr Market f5tn.fi Bridge,
Will pay thohlghcit market j>rlce lorviht#t,rom.
; and oatK. law
PROFESS 10NAL CftRDS.
JAMKS A. HUSKY,
LICKKSED REAL ESTATE BRGKKU,
And General Bu.slue.vi /Kunt, Collector Mid Notary
Public,
1CI5 MAKKtn* Htkkkt.
P*'Konnl aitcuUoii glirn to reining boils/-, rollcctlnj;
rent*, i>uiclui>cand wile i f real ratal*. I!!ll?
and 1-eiinions cirillied; Lced*, l.ea?f anil ctlier
written Instruments Hqmrod. g&
^LEXANDEE BONE, SR., '
NOTARY PUBLIC. LICENSE!) GENERAL BOHIN?2b
\SU JIKAL KSTATK AGENT.
loans negotiated, KtocVB bought ami told, raer*
chant*' ami manufacturon.' boois opened, cxutnltitfl
and closed. Ertatos settled, notes, book flciouau,
and rente collected. Houses rented mk! IcaaW.
Collections jiromjiUy remitted. Advance# m*rte.
All bmihuKi corrcaiKmilence confidentially attended
to. Send for drvulf.r to references. 1513 Market
"trcet, (Crancle's Block,) over City I'ank, Wheeling
w. Va.. jac_
JAMES GILCHRIST,
Civil Engineer, Surveyer and Kxatuiner
of Land Titles.
Or vice 12 Twelfth Street, Wheeling
W. Va. Teleplioiie, No. M. ?nJ7.
Q. 0. SMITH,
Real Estate, Jforid & Stock llroker.
Special attention given to eollcctiiifj rents *ud the
general manat.-omeiit of Real Estate.
v\hl V?Q Xttltt Mrvel, Wbi-clliiz, W, "Va.
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. ; HULLIHKST hiW retnrued lo Uwclly mni reraracu
the practice of medicine nud Minjcry. Ho
can be fouml at ttie
OFFICE OF THE UOARI) OF EDUCATION.
over the CUy Ilant, .Markt-i unvt. guff
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
J0I1NM. I100X it CO.,
- 11C0 MAIN STREET,
Dealers in O'rnin, Provisions .im! Oil*, III
Cur Lots.
Orders placed for SPECULATION' In Grain, I'rovirions,
Oil and Stocks on margin (a Exchanges ?l
Chicago, New York and Oil City.
Chicago Correspondents?B. Davenport A Co., M.
S.XIebulnA C<i. K'
n. DmMra*r, C. B. Bioimtos,
Guicral. 0!D. Effitet<ia.tSoa,B[?!il
B. DAVENPORT & CO.,
coivEMissioisr
Dcaionln Grain, Hour, Seeds, Provision*, CTiccii
aaid Dried Fruits.
1ft7 'WAfittlN'OTOK RT- nWlfiAOO _
attorneys.
W J. w. COW DEN.
vy . attorney at LAVr.
Offiw, Ko. 1222 Choline St., V> heeling, f.. J?.
Prompt attention tn nil hnrinet* .
Daniel l^mb.
lac W.Vn...
J ft. COWDEN,
i ATTORNEY AT UJ.
Mo. 1222 Chapllno 8t.. Wii.'flliu. W. Vi.
JAMES P. ROGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. .
No. W Clinplliio Si., opposite Its U'irt BOW
WbKjIm. W. yj.
HANNIBAL FORBES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofl!w>. Cilflmn HnUM. V.'luvllm'. " i-?
HATS AMD CAPS.
FLSJLE' ssxvi /is*
( -OFHATS
Mi CAPS!
JOT IK STOCK AT
Goo. .7. ?Ia.tl?i*on"s'
1223 MARKET SrliECT,
JUST OI'l'.NED.
An EIpishiI iin? of
CTiVIl ^ I.tlillM'"1
LAMPS, GHANDELIERS,
Also In stock a 1MB? "rlclr "f
Table Cutlery and Carvers,
Ollcrei! nt reasonnlil l.rirwJOMK
ritll'.W"
iih main h-rw.tr.

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