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THE INTELLIGENCERI
ftibtlihcU daily (Sunday* oxfoptf<i).
rttKW A CMPBEU, MtONIIlCTOIK.
At No*. 35 *11 <1 Hi Fourteenth Street,
TERMB OF DAILY J
One copy one ye*r?.W 001 Three monlhi...... ,?U 00
Biz month*. 4 001 One month 75
DeliTerod by carrier* In city, 16c per week.
TERMS OK "SEMI-WEEKLY J
One year .83 OOlHlx atoaths. 91 W
TKKM8 OP WKEKLYt
Olio yi'Hr,.., 91 W | Six month* - 91 00
<Jreat reduction* to Clubs. Benil lor wimple copy
tl)>] Clst'Ulan, Aililrds,
FREW A CAMI'BKU,
It', to.
(Knterfd at tlic I'oMofllco ?t Wheeling, W, V*., hh
mnl icr.l .
iv ithEuVo.Tv. VA., yovKiiiku l, ml
'I'Iio lioiiitriibie IHhi l.ticntn* ii Uoiirltou.
Tito lumorulilu U.tn Lucas, Itho Into
Deinoemlic op|>onuiil anil compctttor of
.MUlgO llftga 111 lliu oecunu uiaiuui, wub ui
Clarksburg the other day, nnd whllo there
delivered u lecture.or speech on Je/ftwo*
nian Democracy as coiitrailiHtingul&licil
from spurious or latter day Democracy, and
also/row Republicanism. Mr. Lucas is i
0110 of the men who believe In the saintwhip
and npostleship of Thomas Joflereon.
Ho regards him us the head of the Demo* 1
( ratio church?the .St. Peter, af> it were, to ;
whom was committed the keys of the 1
kingdom?-and all that is necessary to
know or believe in regard to the science of 1
government was revealed to Jcllerson, and
any other doctrine or theory of government
is akin to tiio Ariati heresy in theol- :
ogv, or to one of the many heresies that 1
characterized the theological fetuls of the
liark and the Middle age#. Thehouorifble
Ban regards himself as an apostolic &uccessor
to Jellerson, as an individual upon
whom Jinnoiflted hands have been laid,
and when ho speaks lie speaks in the complete
full 11088 of knowledge if not of actual
inspiration, lie pities all Democrats who
have not his inner light, and as for Republicans
they are simply without the pale
of salvation, or possibly they are in a posi*
tion analogous to tho heathen or to the
Jews, to whom the pure gospel vouchsafed
to him is as a stumbling block and a
foolishness.
-Ml tbia is but saying, from a Republican
ntnud point,thai the honorable Dan is simply
? conceited Ihurbon, whoisna incapable
of taking in the signs of the times, the
progress of events and tho reul necessities
of the age in which we live, as ever were
the divine right Uombas of Naples when
they Wore expelled from power by the
liberty-loving Italians under tho lead of
Garibaldi. He,imagines that all knowledge
died with the Virginia school of politicians
of the 'U3 and '90 period, who would
uuyu uiiiuu uui vi uuiuui a iuj'? ui buiiu,
anil who would have reduced this magnificent
country to n sort of Confederate tribal
condition.
To show how much the honorable Dan
re illy knows, we make the following extract
from his speed), as outlined in the
Clarksburg Sctv*:
"This peripatetic Tariff Commission
riding over the eountrv in palace cars, was
examining everybody except those chiefly
interested. So far as I could learn, not a
farmer nor a day laborer, although these
two classes alone constitute directly nnd
indirectly the great bulk of our population,
have ever been called before that commission."
if the honorable Dan had taken the
trouble to inform himself he would have
known that everybody, representing any
interest whatever, was invited to come^ before
the Tariff Commission, and further
than this that at least a dozen farmers were
present in the room here in this city when
the Commission sat here and were represented
by two or three spokesmen, lie
would also have known that the member
of the Commission from this State, the lion- ,
orable Alex R. JJoteler, was the special rep- !
resentative of the agricultural class, and
that in the discussions here before the commission
the interests of the farmers of this ;
section, fundi ns th?? nhnnidor of ru\i- cnil
and its adaption for various products, were
especially discussed.
The trouble with the honorable Dan is
that he does not read the news of the day,
but shuts himself up in his house
on the s.icred soil of Jefferson county
?named after the great apostle of disintegration
and segregation?upon whose soil
the holy feet of the great apostle once
actually deigned to tread?ami there he
incubates over Jefferson's Kotes and the
Resolutions of 'US and '90, nml once every
two years conies out a like u weird prophet
of evil and proclaims modem political degeneracy
and In's own ancient and superanuated
Bourbonism.
Miorllmutl Writing.
The editor of the Charleston, ICauawlui,
Tribune, says: ' ;
We have just received a copy of Ben.
Pitman'# Manual of Phonography. If you
want to learn to write short hand, you
must take Hen. l'ituuin's book, by all odds
the best. The best proof is that almost i
every short hand writer of any account
uses it. John Bright says of phonography <
that it ia so clear as to bo easily learned by ^
every one of ordinary capacity, and it is
Ben. Pitman who lias made it clear. The t
Springfield Jtcpublican says that if the |
children were taught it in the schools it
would save live-sixths of their time. Sir (.
William Punbarsays it is bound to supersede
long-hand, as the locomotive has superseded
the stage coach. When it promises
so many advantages why not use it 1
in our schools ? t
Wo do not say with the Tribune that short
hand should be taught in the schools. The ^
schools have enough to do to teach their <
scholars the ordinary olemcnt8 o( an Eng- I
lish education?to teach the language as it (
is now spoiled, written and spoken?and
tins. :14 ?re nil know <hov nfill ita vi?n? im. .
? ?' - 1
perfectly?but wo do Siiy that every young j
person who bns been to school long enough i
ami baa programed far enough to sco and
appreciate tho imperfections of our Eng- .
liah tongue as it is' written should be
stimulated to acquire the art of writing by
sound, which is the phonographic, art, and |
thus enroll himself or herself among those '
who will in the near future intelligently J
demand such a revision of our language as
will make it more nearly conform in its
spelling to the sound of the word.
^Aa an art and an accomplishment the
Ability to write phonographieally is a great
acquisition, but it would bo confusion
worso confounded to introducj its study
into tho schools in advanco of the revision .
of our printed language. Tho day is not
distant, in yiew of tho agitation in high
quarters, when our miserable system of '
spelling will be thoroughly overhauled and
renovated, and when as certainly ns that the
spoiling of "ye" olden time gave way to
that of this day so that of thisdny will give
way tospelling by sound and common sense.
Our Nlilp Kliotl ru Kuhj Went Virginia
' 'tvi' l*n%lou.
ktiiawiiu Tribune,
Kigliteen days after the election there
are several counties in the Third district
frdm which no nccurato ligures have been <
reported to tiio pressor tlio public through 1
the Secretary of State at Wheeling. In this
respect there should bo a little reform and
perhaps legislation. Wo had hoped
?re this to havo Announced to our
enders the majorities in every
ounty for tlio principal candidates.
I'ruviotiQ to the election we sent addressed
?nVelopes with rcquesttb tho clcrksof each
:ounty to send us the figured im noon an
jflkially reported at the county Beats, that
we might give them to tho public in a tang*
iblo shape. Only a few?a very fewest*
ieed?have been courteous enough or pub*
lie spirited enough to spare ten minutes of
lime for tho purpose, and we havo had to
abtniu information from private sources.
We suppose every county clerk is satisfied
when the result in his own county is before
him. II each receiving.ofllcial was remind
within ono day niter reception of
the district reports, to foot up and transmit
to Wheeling, or some center, the results of
in election could be made known to the
voters at large moro easily and In a more
satisfactory and rapid way than tho present
ilow coach method.
OtmUllOtt'lMJ I'll OMl* Lit IT Y,
I'o<m! lor 'tItouuhl I?r Kteryhotlx-High
mill I.IHV,
The following tabulation from ollkial
sources exhibits the surprising growlh of
the Republic during twenty years of Republican
protection to agricultural aud
other labor, in population, farm values,
agricultural ami other products, (n ocean
commerce aud in the facilities for inter...nvnitu>h?u
It will tin
that (to incmut {iff cent ot ISSO over J&50
is: For population, 110 per cent; value of
farms. -12; wheat product, 1SS; wheat export,
11,0011; corn product, 103; corn exriort,
wool product, 280; cotton product,
05; oats product, 1150; barley product, 1711;
butter export, 4111; elieogo export, 72U;
petroleum product. 8,817; pig-iron product,
H'(i7; rails produced, 01.'J; hoffg packed, JIW;
merchandise imported, SI), and exported.
1")0; nold and silver produced; 03: gold auu
silver imported, 0S8, and miles ot railroads,
l&S. There has been n decrease of i'O per
cent in the item of Kold and silver exported
In 1SS0 ii"ainst 1SG0?for which we should
all be duly thankful.
Subjects. IMP. IM0.
Population of U. S.... 50,155,78:1
VhIUO of farm* fV-f 1.675, flO.l'JT.ltll.IHV?
Wheat jirotlticea^... l*:?,iai,y?M iw.MMGS
Wheat ex|??rled* 4,155,16:1 1511,80'.),W5
G\/ril imilticetl0 SW(7yj,7.2 3,717,131,5.5
Corn t*x| or.cil9 tt,:U4.:UM 'JS.li5U.877
Wool proJucedt CO/.ttl.u.a '.'3J500,LOO
Cotton prolucoti?
Oit.s produced* 172,ftt:i,185 * 107,838,35ft)
llirley produced9 I5,8if> 8W 4l,U.s,n'5
Butter exported} 7,Ml,221 8'J,2.W,t?58
Oneo.'o exporlcdf 15,521,8 W 127.55a.yo7
IVtrolC'liiu produiTd] 'Jo 1,000 22,:iS2,5'AI
I'L'Iron produced }?? 'Jl'J.770 l.?U>,IH
Bills produced: 20.VU1. , 14-11,837
packed 2,350,822 0,'JM til
Mi'relmnrtlsc imp Ma.d'G.U'J 8<J77,iH|,71ti
Merelmndl o exp $::U,57tI,0G7 t.S.JS.OW/'M
Cold nnd ?llver prod., SU5,l50.uoO 75,20.),0U0
tiuM unci fcllver lnij>.
Unilnuul, in IKK tfU.GM KS/J27
#lluhlit'ls. trounds. JltiUa. {Barrels. t Net tons.
Tin* Momum CumlhlutuN ItHiisul.
The letter of John T. C'niric, the Morniot!
eandidate for Delegate to Congress froiti
Utah, in which lie refused to engage in a
joint debate with his Libera) or "People's
I'artv" competitor, reads as follows:
Salt Lakk City, Oot. 10,1882.
The Hon. Philip T. Van /He, Salt Lake
Cit i/:
Dbaii Snt:?Referring to your favor of
the K?th iust., which I did not receive until
Saturday afternoon, 1 beg to say that I do
not agreo with you in bolieviug that the
principles and claims of the two parties
ean be better understood by the voters by
listening to joint discussion*, as i fail to
see that my party has anything to g.iin by
such discussions. Its members are fully
conlirmed in their principles and claims
imd care nothing for the views of the socalled
Liberal*; and I cannot ask my
friends to attend meetings under the pretense
of listening to a discussion of political
issues, when, judging by the past, so far as
the Liberals are concerned, it would be
nothing but au attack on their religious
principles. 1 propose to conduct my campaign
in tho interests of my friends,
the party who nominated me, and not in
the interest of my opponents, and I do not
proposo to furnish tho latter with audiences
which they could not otherwise obtain,
nor in any other manner give them
either aid or comfort.
1 therefore most respectfully decline
your challenge, and remain very truly
yours," Jon.v T. Caink.
Wiikx purchasing eye glares you should
bear in mind Mat ihe "Celluloid KyeUlasiii"
itre the best in the market. For. side by all
leading jewelers and opticians. mwk.uv
Don't Die in I ho IIoiimo.
"Rough on Rats" clears out rats, mice,
roaches, bed-bugs, Hies, ants, mole*, chipmunks.
tropin* . 15c.
t THE GREAT CURj?|f
o I Jon |
| ?RHEUMATISM? I
0 Aa It ia for aU tho painful illnciui.-i of tlxc o
g KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS. ?
c 3t olcauicd tho smtctn of tho acrid poison ~
85 that cauaca tho dreadful nifffcrinjr which ?i
O only Uio vicUraa of Ilhcuniatiam can rcillto. ?
5 THOUSANDS OF CA8ES J
z ?r Uio wont forma of thla tcrriblo disease .
C &aro been quickly rellevod, and In oUort time ?
<J PERFECTLY CURED. ?
o ii:irn, |i. u?jni)o? duy. soli? nv nut^i-STs. 5
< II- Drycnn tm writ by mall. WELLS.
niClCAEDSOirfc Co..BurlingtonVt. *
TitAVELtiliS' GUIDE.
nr.rARTnr.g or trains?wmr.nso Tint
ouu- ??
d*y. A.M. A.M. P.M. r.K.
>. <S 0. R. R H:35 8:51 3:10 4:55
r. m.
Jcnt.0. Dlv ... 9:80 1:80 |4;00 11:15
Y..P.AB. Div 6:40 1:30 5:10
A.M.
fley.arjtu 6:00 11:10 1:50 Jl.55
\, O. A8t. L... 8:52 6:32 8:52 1:57. 4:17 Vl7
A.M. r. M. A.M. A.M.
;..T.V.Aff. ?j:!0 *5:30 12; 00 G:00 34:00
ARF.17AL OF TSUNB.
8UUduy.
A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M.
5. (to. R. R 12:15 10:30 2:30 t):*20
. P.M. A.M. A.M. A.M.
lent. O. Dlv? 6:53 10:00 2:55 10:45
7MP.4B.Dlv .... 7:55 11:20 *0:25
A.M. r.M, A.M.
Hey. A Pitts 11:40 5:SS 7:57 1*42
A.M. A.M. A.M. i.M. P.*. r.K.
O. A St. L.. 11:0V 8:52 6:37 11:02 4 02 7:17
m ? to m ?-.? nt Pu"v
+ Daily except BunclHjr.
J Btcubenvlllo Accommodation.?This train durng
tho day pa?c8 backward and forward between
ilartln'H ferry and Bcll&lro; stopping when required
,t ihu Sherman House, ^itnarUle, Woat Wheeling
ind Gravel UlU.
J Mawllon Accommodation.
St. Ctoirsvillo Accommodation.
C., T., V. Si w. Tralim run by Columbus time.
WHEELING AND ELM GROVE IIR
On and after MONDAY, October ?1, 1SS2, carson
ho Wheeling and Kim Grove Kail road will run as
OUqwh : - .
Through caw leaving 'Care to and from Kntton.
ho city (corner Market *6.120 a. m. asop. m.
ind Eleventh streets),and 7,00 " S;00 "
VatnmV, at 7:10. " 3:10 "
6:20 x. ?. 2:20 I*. M. 8:20 M 4:20 "
17:00 " 3 40 " . 9.00 5 00 "
7:40 " 5:00 " 010 " 5:40 "
9.00 " C:20 '? 10:00 " 0 20 "
10:20 " 7:(0 ?' 11:20 ' 7:00 "
11:40 " 0:00 " 11:40 ? 7 40 '?
1:C0 r. v. 12:20 r. ?. 8:20 "
From the dir. 1:00 9:00 "
jFrom Stamm w 1:40 " . '
I ?S?nd?yn excepted. '
oo21 J<?s. K LKKH. HUperlnW-iitlfmL
KRAFTS
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The oMly siifo and certain cure, for
Cliolora, Cliolcru Morbus, Dlaniin'O,
Dysciitarr, Colic, Cramps, Summer
Cotnii!n;lits, Ac.
Invaluable for children during' their Second
Summer. In use for raorotluu twenty yean and
Um never failed, No euro now. Price SO cento.
It. A. McCAllE k CO., Proprietors,
Jyl WUEKLING, W.VA.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
U~0. PETER MAN,
tlUHlic'O oi* tlio Pohuu.
OJlJoc-Lower E?d ofiforood Wwd Market House,
>* ill attend to the colloctUn of cUtnu. All bail*
new win bo iirotnpily attended to. no!
rj\] IE AUG AND PAR LOU STOVE.
FOR HAUL) COAL
Imtirnvul for INK. The "ArgHnl'' li acknowledged
the uioit tnngnHWutlitov# ttcr produced.
LlllUuil iCil It) I'D) at
SKSBtrr j* iiuo.'fl,
??1 131 i Market Street.
RUCTION'SALE OF LOTS I
fa the fitnndapt-Addition (o Martin'* Ferry, at
.IHimvHIe.vn HATUKDAV, November 4, ISM, be
KltiniriK ?l 2 o'clock v. m. on the tifeiniiei, Junt ww-t
of tho .Ktim ami Standard Mflli. Utie-llilrd of
Ui??e loii ha* tnou hold at jtrivuUj imIu within the
IMnt li'Jl ik)!. )'Ut JJO JllMhrr in? will )>
made iiiilll after the nubile aale it over. |
One hundnd clW4iliin? houri'saiid burincMrootns
will Iks needed within the next nluety dayn to sup.
ply. Iht? want* of over !HXI *oikmeli to bo employed
by tlio.N'nanud Blatidard Mllla, who with their]
famlllc* will mM at lean 1,110 to the population of
. Ktimvlilo.
UoummoI iho kind desired arotcntlnu id .V.tiiavlllo
to day h) hn to net the owners k piullt ol (rum
12 tola percent.
Kehdl ilwlHtit* orilemr.lillnKU cliatiKeof lotion
iMiinot And n better place for n IiuMuwk, mid
workmen eipectlng to secure wotk In either of thu
tibove named mill* would do well to Invest now;
dohiv will result In competition and linker prices
oral. _
"Ht' Niciiolai It (ihoi* nnythinij tee produce in the
trntUnt,"?London Tivts,
ST. NICHOLAS
1'OK
yroxjsa folks.
PARKNT8 who dcxlro entertaining and wholesome
reading for Uitlr children, and Young Tdka
who enjoy accounts of travel anil adventure, historical
Incidents slot! k, pictures. household
amtt*emeut, and harmless fun, will llnd them In
Sr. Nichomh. which UreatunUed by tne pr*?s and
pubic. of both KiiKUtidami America, an Hie boxt
iiihI fluent 11 hum 7.1 ne for children ever printed.
The new volume, which begin* ? hh the November
number, mid opens with u colored frontispiece,
will bo much the finest ever Issued, and the a'tentlon
of all pirenti ami all reading yottuj: Mks Is
invited to the followiiic partial list of attractions:
"The Tflikltiim Kroflwr** Tl.lp.UHl-"
A new serial Hory by J. T Tuowiuidos formerly
editor ol "Our Young Folks," nnii author o( "The
Jack Hazard Stork*,' etc.
"The Slorj of Viloan " ,
An historical novelette of girl iiud boy life In the
13th Century, liy Fiunk r. rtockton. lormerly
a&lHtaut editor ol Sr. Mciioun, autnor of "Buddcr
Grange," etc.
"'Hi* Story or ltolilu Hood."An
Account of iha famous yeoman. Fy Mai*r:ck
Tjiomwos, author of "Thy Witchery of Arcnery."
"The Story of tho Field of tlio Cloth of
Uoid."
ByR.S. Brooks'. To bo Illustrated with many
remarkable plcturor.
' A Bniud-Xew Notion."
A capital and novel play. By W n.ll am M. Bakeu,
author of ''Ilia Majesty, My.elf," etc.
"Swept A way."
A serial story of tlio Mississippi flood* of 1SW. By
E. 8. ti.us, formerly editor of "lioldeu Days."
"Elizabeth Thompson."
A biographical paper reKirdlng this celebrated
painter of butt escciios. UluHinucd with pictures
prepared for Sr. Nicuolas by Midi Thompson.
' Where was Villlcrs
A thillliwptory of the Rutfto-Tuikfch war. By
Ancflluald.Foitinw, \Vrtr-Corrtf|>ondeut.
"The Hoy tit the White House."
An account cf the life of "Tad" Lincoln. By
Hutu tfnooKS, MUtlior of "Jhe B >y Emigrant*."
''Comedies for Children."
A fine scries of juvenile jilayn. By e s. Brooks,
author of' The Land of Nod," e^c., and Including
A t'iirijlinas Mitfiftc: uTlie False Sir
Santa Cluu^."
Prepared expressly for holiday times.
There will hi short Horlesby Losm M. Ai-ccrr,
Kiut many other well known writers for youug
folks: papers ou home duties and recreations, outdoor
s|(oriH. ocuu patluu and instruction for hoys
and niil*. with jtopuhr fcuturesanU departments.
Price, S3 CO a year: ii'i cents a number. SubserlpUoos
should begin with the November number.
The succeeding tone,-"The Wonderjul ChrUltmu
Number," will have, also, a colored frontispiece
aud mauy unusual attmctlons.
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Campbell A Co.'* make.
Take no other brand
All good Gioccrs keep them, ocH
CLOTHINO?J. BR]LLE8,
OVERCOAT
PICNIC.
I
A Regular Old Jubilee i,
FULL GROWN
Overcoats for Daddies, Grand Daddies, Old
lluolielor*.
" Swell*, brokers, Druiumort.
44 Clergy, Doctors, Lawyers.
" Klegantly-fonned Ajwdlos.
JiMloon and UenH-pole Shapes.
14 lltcli and l'oor, High and Low.
" Uj jilriun wife, iuuth?rt yirlund
daughter.
" to suit your pocket-book, lit
you and keep you warm.
M tlmt won't fada ami willsatisfy
you.
" Ulster shape, for parly, theatre
anil cold.
" Last and the very latest is
the Elgin, satin lined, a
refitilar "Daisy," Bco It
and you will agree so.
HALFGROAVN
Overcoats to please you in style, l'a in price.
" comfortable to skate ?ml ?aowball
in.
u that you won't avoid wearing.
" that the boys won't ridicule.
" to please vour first girl.
' that the dog can't tear.
" to wear to the Matinee.
u easy to slip on and oil'.
" just like sister's beau wcara.
" to catch a ?lrl with.
" nicer tbanl'u had when iio was ahoy
" to ride horseback or byciele.
" elegant for 8aturday pluy.
Young Sprouts.
(
Overcoats for Papa's Hope, Mamma's Joy,
Baby Boy.
that wilhuake your neighbor green
vrjin jeaiousy.
" that will make the whole church
talk.
" to please you, and if that is all
Hub will buy it.
" to tickle Grand Pa and Grand Ma.
" better than you can make at home. '
" covered all over with buttons,
buckles, Ac.
I* as fancy as your dretsmakcr can
make.
" hs numerous in stylo ns arc your t
ideas. i
" that will coax uncle to lolce Harry ,
out. :
" that don't cost much. ;
" trimmed in Plush, tho latest, to
please every Pa, Ma and Baby. 1
Every last cent, eycry 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 jou see the quality, quantity
and price of our noods.
Any Size, 1 years old to size 50, breast, and
prices lower than can be bought anywhere .
else..
J. BRILLES,
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
11583^_A.Z3STST.
oc28
DRY GOODS.
STONE & THOMAS.
FALL TRADE i
l^oi-1882.
, I
I
1 JTJST OPENED 1
FULL USES OF
LAHDIES'
DRESS GOODS!1
j Silks, Satins,
|GASHMERES, BROCADES,;
VELVETS, PLUSHES, !
?AKD?
SUITINGS!,
LATEST STYLES
Gloaks,Dolmans&Sacques
IN CLOTH. |
Lined Silk Wraps 1
Ladies', Gent's and Children's
Underwear, Full Lines.
Gent's and Hoys' Suitings, Elo- I
gant Goods. '
BLAISTKIETS.
M'est "Virginia Country Flannels,
the best in the Trade.
ELEGANT CARPETS!'
All Latent Patterns?Body Brussels, Tapestry
and Ingrains, Bugs.
0i" Cloths, linoleum, WindowSi.ades,
and Curtains,
Great Bargains.
Carpets Cut Without Extra Charge.
I ave Greese Feathers
Atoajs on lland.
UJn Pni.rl o Plnn* Pn^l* i
no uuun a uiuoc UflMI 11 HUB- '
A, Lot or lienin&nts and Last |
Season's Goods at one-half their
Vuluc.
Stone&Thomas.
1030 Main Street.
OC!)
GROCERIES AMD TOBACCO.
TIMOTHYSEED
?AND?
PHGENIX PATENT FLOOR,
1,000 Bags Prime and Choice Timothy Seed
for Bale. !
Phuitilx Patent Flour always In slock;
Try It. It is I lie heat.
Headquarters for AIIDUCKLE'S justly
Celebrated COFFKJl.
FULL LIKE OF GU0CE1UE8.
Cull to see lis.
Jos. SpciAol& Co.
IC'JII WIIOMvSAI.IO (i lIOI'Mlifl,
S.BAERMS
Have the Largest Mid most Complete
Stock of
GROCERIES!
In the State.
2 Gar Loads of Soapine ,
Received last week. This is known us the
best in the Market.
"We offer special inducements in
CANNED TOMATOES & PEACHES
And all other Canned Goods.
TOBACCOS, TEAS & SYRUPS
Sold lower tlmn any other house iu our line
in the State.
Before buying call nutl examine our large
md extensivo stock of groceries. A large
JiBcount to cash buyers.
S. BAER & SONS,
1412 and 14U Main Street.
sf 18.
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
I take plonstire In announcing to my old patrons
and to the trade generally, that, slneo the late lire
nt my establishment,! have thoroughly renovated
my buildings, hii?1 hid now prepared to oiler us
large and varied n stock of general 'groccrleit and ,
provisions its can b? ioutul in Ihe State. Thexe
goods are all new and catu1 lullv selected.
My own cure of cholco smoked meats delivered
direct from my Pork House at Manchester.
I have been api>oiiit(H S.1I0 Hgent In the city for
Ihe following leading speeiuliUs, viz: I
liumfui'd Clicinicnl Works' Rcuomicd ,
leasi rowucr in liouies. '
P.J. Bitter's Fruit Buttersaud Preserves.
Frank SiddaPs Wonderful Soap.
Ward's White Borax Soap.
Ward's Electrifying Soup.
McXamnra's (ilory Tobacco.
McAlpiu'u Onward Tobacco.
Wejniaii & Bros'. Celebrated Pittsburgh
Smoking Tobacco. I
DuPoul's Siiorlinyr, Bille, .Mining and
Wasting Powder. 1
FAMILY AX I) BAKERS' FLO U It.
McConnclisville (Jold Sheaf Patent FJour,
Best in the market.
Silver Star?Baker's Flour. f
Daily Bread?Baker's Flour. |
31. REILLY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,t VOllK PACKER, Nns.
1300 itttrl 1H11 Mn5n I
jy20 """Wheeling,"W*. Va. 1
vp:\v crop
Sew Orleans Molasses! |
just received at .
SMYTH'SIX
IS PRIME. 1
oc'?l
JJOMEMADE riUvSEUVKS, J
PICKLES, ETC.
Preserved Peaches, I'ears, Quinces, Pinenp>le,
Damson and Tomatoes Cucumber
L'ickles, French Pickles, Spanish Piekles,Hylen
Salad, Mellon Mangoes, Pepper Mangoes, I
.'each Marmalade and a variety of Jellies nt I
GEO. K*. McMECU EN'S,
ocG. 130(3 Market St.
THUKBER'8 j
311 REDDED OATS,
GRANULATED TAPIOCA.
SAGO, WHEAT, FARINA', OATMEAL
ind their celebrated Potted and Cailned
lieata for summer use, at
au!9 McMKCHKN'S. 1380 Market St.
>LUMB!NG, GAS AND STEAM FITTING* I
pRIMBLE & LUTZ,
f
I3IiXJ3VLBEB,SJ 1
3as and Steam Fitters,'
1418 Market Street. . j
Heating and ventilating of public build
ugs, unciiiiigs ana inciorirs a spcciullf< J
piIOMKSON '& II1J1IIAKD,
PKACTICA1 1?],UM1!EI!S,
3as and Steam Filters
1314 MAIiKET STREET,
Wheeling, W. Vh.
SPECIALTIES,
itcflm Heating and Ventilation,
Hud Jacket Forcc Pump,
Underwriters (7ns Machine,
#?*Ofders from the country promptly filled.
MS-I
yyii. iiam; & sox, 1
PRACTICAL rLTJMBHIiS,
OAS A>'D STEAM FITTERS,
No. 33 Twelfth Street. I
All wotlt tloiie ]>roni|ttly nt rmuoimMc l-rliw. )a"
J^TJKE F1TXON, ,
PRACTICAL PLUMBER,
Graft and SteamFittei^
1410 M AIN STREET.
All nrrtnrw promptly ?ttcn?1c<l tn. lul
NEW ARRIVAL.
200 Boxes Fine New Layer Figs.
50 Boxes Extra Largo Now French l'runcs.
JUST RBCKIVED BY ' j
1ST. SCHULZ,,1
0CiS 1319 MARKET 8TRKKT. J t
DRY POOPS. _
BARGAINS!
j }i; j A ', - V.
Iu addition to llietr now stock of.
FINE DRESS GOODS
AND WINTER WIMPS,
J. S. RHODES k CO.
Are offering Hie following
BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK;
1 Case auo Dress Goods for 20c.
1 Case 25c Drew Goods for 20c.
1 Cuso good Drew Goods for 12)>jc.
Heavy blue and White Chintz, worth 10c
ror 10c.
1 Cute 12Mo Canton Flannel for 10c.
1 Case 15c Canton Flannel for 12#c.
50 I'aira 10 I Grey Blankets at $1X0, worth
*2 25.
50 Pairs 10-4 Grey Manketant $2.50, worth
$3.00.
A complete stock of WHITE ULANKETS,
all at low prices.
I Q RllAdflcMA
U.U. JLIllVUUOUUVij
HGii MAirsr ST.
(Xfll
" EASTERN
Dry Goods Store
MARSHALL & CO.,
1110 MAIN STREET.
OUR STOCK OF
WINTER GOODS
Is now complete. Having purchased
several lots at big discounts
ive arc enabled to offer
SPECIAL BARGAINS
tn Dress Goods, Table Linens,
Flannels and Jtluukcts,
Hosiery and UndwM'Piir. t
Fancy Goods anil Notions.
MARSHALL & CO.,
mo ma.riv st.
Two Cases Full Standard Calicoes
ic. a yard, same as sold elsewliwe
it SC. i
-MERCHANT TAI LORS.
SEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
S. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS, .
Hare now in 8tock a Pull Line of
FancyandStapleWoolens
BOTH FOREIGN ASD DOMESTIC,
"Which we ofTer at
Prices that Defy Competition!
Other "Woolens at lowest price?. We carry
lie largest line of goods jn tjje c((yt anj our
Jet Ups are first-class in every respect.
ALL WOOL KMT JACKETS
Anil a Full Line of
Sents' Furnishing Goods,
Persons desiring anything in our line will
ind it to their interest to examine our stock
>eiore purchasing elsewhere.
C. HESS SONS,
COll. MAIN vt FOURTEENTH 8TS.
sol>
DRUGGISTS.
LflDlES READ THIS!
PF.PPKR Hint la PEPPER!
CISX.UttON, that is CINXA3IOX.
PUEE spices:
AJ.L K1ND3, AT
LOG-^V3NT Sz CO.'S,
Druggist, Bruno Corner.
Catsup Bottles!
Fruit Jars, Salad Dressing,
Pure Flavoring Extracts,
Hiclily rerfuiucil Toilet Soaps,
Toilet Sols, Thermometers,
Barometers, at low prices.
SOLD 11Y
IX>GA2V CO.
[HE HOUSEKEEPERS' DELIGHT I
IS LOGAN, LIST & CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Powder.
Tho beJit nn<l chenpc.'t reliable Powder in tbo
aarket. Add ray ardent id
LOGAN <&' CO.,
eoIO prugklgt*. bridge c<mi?r. ,
R,. JEL. LIST
DRUGGIST,
LOIO ovt^lisr ST.,
Keeps in stock a line of fine Chemicals
'atent Mcriteines, Toilet -Articles, Brushes,
Jonibs, Notions, Cigars, Ac.
Citizens and Strangers are cpnlially Invited
o call, jel l
^ DRY GOODS,
Geo. E. Stifel & Go.'s!,
' fy i Ci m
3
IF .A.T iT i u
it
I
I ANNOUNCEMENT I! S
* * H
*************************** "
i
STtiTTSi
Jlonn'et Silks nro acknowledged to be f<
0110 of the hofit wearing Silks in (ho nmr* *
ket. We nro now prepared toshow a complete
lino of these desirablo Hilka, which :
w?ro purchased at lower prices tliuu we can \
buv (hem nt now.
Wo respectfully solicit an oxnmination, q
feeling confident that the low prices wo are t
asking for them cannot bo implicated in ?
tlw oily. - J
AVo are also showing full lines of other c
llrst-class brands. a
c
WRAPS!!
Having recently enlarged and reinod* ;
clt'd our Cloak Hoom, wo nro hotter prepared
than ever to exhibit our iniinenHo and
well selected slock of Ladies' and
Misses' "Wraps. That they arc cheap, styl- isli,
well-made and the perfection of tit, is -j
acknowledged by every luay who nan examined
them.
u
BLANKETS, Etc. !
' . (3
d
We receive Homo-^Inde Blankets and {'
Flannels from over a do/ito of the. princi- J
pa] factories in Ohio. West Ylrg'mUt, &wl *
Pennsylvania, which enables us to show P
everj-variety. Our prices arc rock bottom. $
ii
PLUSHES! !
r
And V.KLVETS in ulJ nhniUs and ijuali- 1
ties. Fine Black and .Seal Plushes fpr J
Sacques a specialty.
i
nun t qtihi ? nn
UL.UI Li V III LL %SS UUi; c
1114. 31ain St. ?
gg ?
FURNITURE, CARPETS,?C. :
HEADQUARTERS FOR ;
FURNITURE |
AND J
CARPETS! I
*
St
*
i? i | Wcaro Just In recclni al t
Fiirn tiiffl'awMwfe
B U I 1111U I U I tilDECOARDS &ud WARD- n
ROBES. 0
ft _ .If Our Now Patterns arc now ^
I^rnntfllin. embracing MOQUETTE3, M
11 n I 11K I A 1VELVETS, BRUSSELS. TA- I
y U I (J V I U I i'ESTK Y and tZGHAlsk. '
F
fft | Our fusrortment of Ram? 1b very
IJ linrO Ilar??0' embracing RMYRNA, VELFllIU
.S'VFIc, HOSQUJvTTES, BRUSSELS, ?i
11U CLU I TAPESTRY, and many otbesB.
Linoleum Oil Cloths! ^
All widths and Standard Wakes.
Window Shadeslil
Pattern* for Store# and Private Dwellings. t
Rattan Ctiairs!ll!I I
a /all lino of the Wakefield and iieywood Bros. ?
Folding Ghairsliil'
tho thrco leading factories of the country. *
Chamber SetsMMl
Darlnr Onto!"1 i
rdllOl ociSls???rr,ffi
any other house In the city. P
DNDEffiKING.\
ton&tantly on hftiulftlltho latest styles. MOTALIG ?
CASKETS, CASES and WOOD COFFINS
furnished ou short notice. H
FRIEND & SON J
inh28 1
PHOTOGRAPHY.
QHILDBliN'S
Portraits ft Specialty.
All sittings by the instantaneous proci-ss.nt
PARSON'S',
oclO Opposite McLurc House.
CRAYON PORTRAITS AT 7
I
M.YLES' ART STUDIO, [
Ko, 21M MAIN RTRKKT.
pLUMMER
Hm the Large* t ami Finest
Pliotograpli Grallcry
IN THK CITY.
Bent 80.00 Cabinet* *nly 83.00 per dozen.
^ 11M MAIN Sl'RKET.
gPUC?TIOH>i- "
1 SCHOOL FTGEsi
hjbrity, motherly carp rnni r '
IT. 1)E CltAKTAlj ACAIIE11V
ii jlrti, under Iht chirsenl J",H?
ltntlon nflbrUlnKi'Xre|<tloiu||y kik?5&, V10 ^
ie nny ot bnllhtul ?tid ?f?ifKhtfiil
. vucuvm, hi tiWrv deiiii'i! '
ivtil o( Jcmalti t^uMlluii, Include* U!u iniilwn
.nyiiiiRi* ?ml wuric, ut Yoty nuoiuMo r?l?
ioqII wnd fortCAt^Uvuoof ihI?N'}joal, J
DlRfcCTKfcfl OK THK MIAHKMY
OK THK VISITATION,
J)-24U1W KtMWhiS^vv*^
VESLEY&M FEMME INSTITUTE,
BfAUSTON, VIRGINIA, '
Opens ite|>lamlftr soft. 1MI One o| thu Vint
diooW for Younj?} artlw, In thr I tilted m?Ux
nrrontuUnc* K'nuilful. ITuuntu nmur|M*?i|, \^.
II* from clK?tcei? SUtt??. Term* Am?>n< vhu M
\ tlio Union. Itonrvl, \W*Vlng, kuclUh itmiw
,?lln, French, Uc'inatt, lnMruiuvnial MuMp. Ac 1
ir Hcholwttc jm from Scjncmbvr U> June,iiW*,'
,orC?UH,?,'*(W''tt'10
f.KV. WM. A. II AUl'.H,D. 1)., l'nYt,
jyOocwr.?vr Munition,Vi.
M VIRGINIA UHlVEHSlTf.
The ucst?o?lon Ik?kId? SKl'TKilHKR ctli, M
KN Bkt'ARATrf SCMOOI.*, Including Khool of III*,
nryamlftliool of hnuUih. Full cuuim* iti 1>W
mlMedlitnu extending throucliout the h-wImi,
;nlHrj,".il forllitJf* Jur Mii<Jy of Sinn*
utl hclciitinn AgrlcnHurv; rotnvUtoly urnUM
iicmlcrtl Irtbrittoiy. 1 lioruURli routx-a In ?m iVut
ml Modern 1*ujvi?kc* mid llimtuw. Ttxii^,
t cost Ncc**atv exi-eme* not over ins. For
ftUiloitiic* Mid oihcr Information udd'tw
W. L. NSILSON, 1'm.ldciil.
wn5 VonrmUnwii.W. y>,
jiAL'nnoUlO, Ml).
Mt. VkusoN ISKtm n, No. 4ii ML Vernon l'luv. I
tortrillniJ ami J>?y HdtncscluKiI ftr ^otiii); lailie* I
ml Utile Ulil*. Koundtd |vV.?. Mi*. M J.Ji.iiei I
ml Mrx. 11. M#U1n?id PrtwMt-i.
orp-iul *Wu l'role?.^?rx. L'cautiful frontUK
one ol Urn KiirnxitiiliiiK Watldiiftton
lonumout. Miicittlonid liilvjuiiuj.'c.* wfi*ttrr<?ANcd.
ihCUlrtl* V't "<lm?l.|li- l|ni) In IMnrtnnU. )y;(
BUSINESS CARDS.
pEAUGDS >V 11A 1*LY,
ITnshlouulilti Hoot.Malicr,
OS T,7El.hTll 8TKELT,
Next lo SbcrtiTi otUii\
The Best mitciliil. hwt tit and ma?t iei?oimlib
rlci-i* tor the vorv bc>>t work In the Hty. ?-u
^TJEPHEN McCOLLOUUll,
( aipciitcr ami IJuHdcr,
Brick Buildings erected complete In nil raolera
mproYemeut*. Aim wooden bullill??i filled up
ouipletoou lot. Wooden ImlldlUKs Trained *uu
tiled up In yard at work ahop nnd taken to my
ArtnnuconiplcIcd.Kii reasonable terms. All al( rations
inane on old bulldlntM, roofs valley* itnl
ky-lichbtparticularly attended to. l>e?kf, txmiitum,
ud shelving fl tied op on short notice; More front* ;;
ut In and stores altered. Residence No. t>9 Six- ;
ceutti street, lonnvrly occupied bv Mr. tv? wvw
1)011 III tfftr of Owpltnl. (in A11. V 13. mtll '
YyilEEUNG BOILER WO-5] "
Munufiii'Uuen o' portable, iUiiouary, nurir?
>ollcni. Irec chitig, fhlratiey*, kttii.n, d,*,:*.
nutu-ra and all Linda of ficnvy *!uct tnm *f,rk
K'hIois in accoudlmnd boilers. For liiforxxuiluii
ppty to . cox >v moruihos,
_ , , ? .. ? , xo. K?jC Mniktt Unci
Telephone (Ml. Re;?alM*Krul attention. Tumi
IWWltlH*)!^. myls
Q 0. LIST, J&,
^OTtKI PACKER
Jtd cuwr of the celebrated CHESTER MBAI8
whlth are now road/ and for m.V m
28 FOURTEENTH hTKEZT.
My 8. C. Meat* tro all branded, "UsVi Chwtct,?
ap5
J M. OLOUSTON,
CUUi IX
Iraiii,6ronwl Feed, Haled Hay, Strait ic,
South Street, Near Market Street
fUlpny the hlghcht nnrket prico for wheat,com,
ami (mix. ]*is
PROFESSIONAL. CARDS.
JAMES A. HENRY,
LICIK3KD REAL EjT.VTK BP.OKKU,
n?l General Eutilucss Agent, Collector and Notary
i'u Mle,
IClf) lUltKLT STr.ELT.
rcr>oiml attention given to renting li?ii?>.ctil'filing
a-nw, i)iiicliH>e nml tnle f mil estate. Hill*
ml i ciihioiih ctrillied; Lew** ?ml oilier
tHWh Instrument* invfinriI. <<:
^LEXANDER BONE, SR.,
otap.y ptinnin. LinF.VRKn urkprat. bust.
N??tt IUTAL JSTATK AUKST.
LoanH negotiated, utocka bought anil sold, EmMum'and
iminufttcturerh'bookftOpcmMl.cMinlDWl
nil closed. UstHtcfi settled, note#, book account*,
ud rent* collected, Houses rented mid 1mk?1.
ollcctions promptly remitted. Advituces aula
11 burini^cormpondenccconfltlentittlly attended
?. Bend for circular to references. 131s Market
rcct, (Crangle's Block,) over City Bank, Wliwllng,
I V*. UC_
J*AMES GILCHRIST,
Civil Engineer, Surveyer anil Examiner
f Laml Titles.
Office:?12 Twelfth Street, Wheelioi:,
V. Va. Telephone, No. 5!?. anl*.
^ 0. SMITH,
teal Estate, Bond & Stock Broker.
Special attention given to collecting rents and tht
:neml management ol Keel Eauto.
mhl 1220 Main Mrcet, Whocllng, W. V?.
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. HULL1IIKN Iirs returned to the city nnd reimed
the practice of meifefne ami mirj;cr}-. Jfu
ui bo found ?t Die
OFFICE OF Till: BOA HI) OF EDUCATION
ver the City Rnnk. Market ytnrt. myri
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
JOHN M. 1I00N A CO.,
11C0 MAIN STREET,
dealers in (train, Provisions and Oils, In
Car Lots.
Ordenu.1m.lfor SPECULATION Infiralu,I'mWon*,
Oil anil StockMtn margin in Uclmtige# ?l
liiaiKo, New Voik and Oil City.
ChlwiKO C-ortosjioiidenUr-B. Uavenjxtrt it to.. M.
. XlclioUA 0>. H_
B. Daves pore, n. B- mum*.
Gcjiuml. 011). Wwliii! A bon, Sj?1?i
3. DATENPOltT CO., .
COMMISSION"
Wlon 111 Grain, Hour, Scc-ds, ITotMom, I'licui
&tid Dried Fruit*.
1R7 WASi.INnTON' RT- M1WAPO
ITTrvP'iP.YR.
ixr J. W. CO WD EN,
W attorney at lav.
Ofllco, No. 1222 Chftpllno St., VN heeling, W,, V?.
rompt attention tn all Imrinw if7ru DanieV^ati.w.
tmcil
No. 1318 Market street, (over City Eink,)
ig w.Va.
f R. COWDEN,
I . ATTORNKY AT LAV..
No. 1222 Chlpllnc St.. Wheeling. U. Y*- PT-L
rASIES P. ROGERS,
I ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kn. 1207 ChinlliiB St.. oupodtc U?c Oonrf Howe,
TiceUnii. ff.Vt. JKtTANNIBAL
FORMS-,
LX A1TOKNKV AT I.AW. ,
OHIO). Cttstnm Hour'. Wh'--1lnv w.V>. 1111
HATS AND CAI'S.
plLLSTVLi^ j
?OF?
HATS AND GAPS I
KOW IN STOCK AT
*eo. .T. aMnlliison's,
1222 MARKET STItKHT,
"I* Wli.ylr.T. VV. Vi_
J VST OI'JOXK'a
An Elegant Hnc of
STAS1), BRACKKT .fc MMtAKV
Also in slock a furjjc variety of
Table Cutlery and Carvers,
OflomI at rcflsoiuilil iiritrx
JOHN X'lIlUDICK.
oex 1130 MAI.V HHEH.

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