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THE INTELLIGENCER.
Published dalljr (8und?yi except*!).
rusty a ciiPBELL, rBora?rron8.
At Km. 15 and 26 fourteenth Btreot.
TERMS OF DAILY:
Ouo ropy odb y??r...$8 001 Thrw month* ?.|3 00
Biz moiithx. 4 00 1 One month * 75
Delivered by carrier* la city, lfic pw week.
TKftJM OF SKAH-WKKKLTT:
(Jim year - M 001 btx mouths.., fl 50
TKRMB OF WKKKLYi
Ouo rear..?....^,.??ft 601 Six moutfii 00
(Irttl MHliiLtioxm to Clubi. Betid tor aitnple copy
ml drcuUn. ^.mw400tI,BRI,.
Whaling, W.To.
| Kiitcrwl at tliu PoitoBlce at Wheeling, W. Va., m
I ?n>tjd;Cll?M innttcr.1 - cvTTIVKLI.SIJ,
W. VA., NOVK^liElt 2, ISM,
i tic Vlrglnln Ciiin|>nltfu<
The liuileuantsof Muhono now on the
Htump in Virginia are able men. They
are not carpet-baggers, but, on the con*
trary, representatives of Virginia fttiuilieu
tlinl go fur buck in (lie history of the State,
Moreover they are'inon of Con fed cm to autocedents.
They lmvo honorable records as
tohliers In tlio "lost cause." They aro also
men of of unimpeachable private character.
Anil, lastly,, they have a qualification that
seems to count /or much on the stump in
Virginia, .,T(jey aro duelists. They go out
;jw?1 "exchange shots" occasionally
between appointments. .This counts for
much in a laud where public opinion
tolerates, if It does not favor, that Bort of
vindication of individual rights.
Arouud these men -we refer to Mnhono
himself, ftlid to ltiddlobprger,( whose soubriquet
is "the game-cock of the Shenandoah")
to Captain John & Wise, (boh of
CJov. Henry A. H'isc), and to Governor
Cameron (the present Executive), aro rallied
a larjje number of tho young men of
the State?the men who are in favor of a
"new Virginia"?ex-Confedcrato soldiers,
many of thorn, and all of them Virginians;
who are attracted not only hy their intelligence
hut by the military pbaso which
these men?the leaders to whom we have
referred?throw around the campaign.
They have cut loose in largo numbers from
(ho Kourbons, and thousands of them are
boldly proclaiming themselves KepubliJM>
H.J f1 i/i u riri'ftir In Hill I it. "Allllttfl.
istration men." ' (The roso secinB to Bincll
a little sweeter by this name, but,'all the
HU'ne, it is the ltepublican rose.) These
men are on the stump in every part of
Virginia and they are making it hot
for the Bourbons. AVe notice, for inHtanee,
tliut Wiao made a speech at
Williamsburg the other night?the ancient
capital of Virginia, and once, the center of
it? wealth ami aristocracy, anil he sailed
into the Bourbons in a stylo that was
characteristic of his father in anti-Know
Nothingilnys. Among other things, he
said that the Hjurbons of Virginia were
largely made up of "fitick-whittlers, crossroad
loafers,"defunct mossbacks, Bourbons
who lived on pedigree and past recollections."
Under their thriftless supremacy
be said that Virginia was "sinking into the
present condition of Spain," (Spain represents
a land of decayed aristocracy and
played out greatness, and poverty stricken
pride) and contended tlmt they hang
around the neck of the State and its pros
perity as the old man ol the sea hung
around the neck of Sinbad the Sailor.
It having been said of the speaker (in
oider, of course, to prejudice the colored
vote against him) that he was the son of
the man who Uuug old. Jolm ttrowu, he
boldly, i?ct that charge by saying right out
to the colored people, "I did not want you
to be /reed; 1/ought against it; but the
difference between' me qnd the Bourbons
is that 1 have realized that you are free,
while they wont believe it until they huvo
another war, in which they will get licked
worse than before." As for tlie hanging of
John Brown by his father, he said that he
had no apologies to make for that; that John
JJrovvu was hung according to law, and deserved
to be," but nevertheless John j
Brown "was a nobler, truer and braver
man than many ol the "stinking, pot-bel-.
lied, fchirt-rutlled Bourbon fundem in tho'
State." (Here the stylo of the orator, as
will bo seen, gets a little rough.)
After this roughness the scion of tho
house of Wise "boldly announced himself
a Republican;" said he supported and expected
to support Arthur, "whoso adininis
irauon was v irginui s only nope;" sawnei
wished he had voted for Grunt;" and ulso |
said that "Mahone, backed by the-North,
had freed Virginia." ,
In this reference to Wise and his speech
at Williamsburg we have made use of the
Richmond J)iijHiich'is report, which is unfriendly
to Wise, but it serves nevertheless
to give some idea of the heat and
vigorof the Virginia campaigu. It looks
now iis if Mahouo and hislieuteuantsVould
win, and certainly no one who wants to see
ilourbonism in Virginia and in the .South
knocked in the head, and opposition to its
corroding rule made socially and politically
respectable, will be sorry over the result.
The llichmond W'h'uj is the Mahone
organ of Virginia. Like its colleagues on
the stump it launches heavy and merciless
bolts at the Bourbons. Here is an extract
from'one of its calmer and more philosophical
editorials.
"Not only the good of Virginia and of
I he whole South, but of tho whole nation,
is to be promoted by a policy which
eschew# a narrow provincialism or sectionalism
/or a broad nationalism or Americanism.
Patriotism und morality alike
wuiiut iil u??ii?g mo IU llimuuuu UU IRHlie
which,u having once been curried to
the lust arbitrament, lifts been decided
conclusively ngainat us. We
were not only defeated, but we
surrendered; we not only surrendered, but
we agreed to terms Under which we undertook
to come back loyally into the Union
lis a State and to resume our right aud
duties as American citizens., Yet it is
hardly ' worth whilo to argue so plain a
question with men who, in etlect, persist
in carrying on war after Ajjpomatox and
nfterreconstructiou. That is all there is
in the'seutiment which upholds a''Solid
South'?inspired by'ii hope that Kortheru
Democracy, false to us and. their promises
in theacLujilconilictof arm$,inay nowcomo
to the rescue."
Tht>T?rJirtluc?iion A mainour l'cu?*y].
viutlti Nclghborm.
^lr. CVK. Boyle is tho Democratic candidate
lor Congress in one of the adjoining
(Greene, Fayette and Westmoreland)
Pa., districts, and ho is very much bothered |
to meet tho views of his constituents on the
taritf question, jiist lis the' Democracy j
were bothered in this West Virginia disl
triet less than a month ago by tho same'
issue. Ho has been over itx Greene county
making a speeh on tho subject, and thero'
he undertook to straddle the question by |
snyiug that it is a question of locality, not
a national question, ?nd that a representative
in Congress should regard himself as t
tho representative of his district on this i
question, and ''try to advance tho interests
of his constituents?not at the expense of
the couutry at largo, but in everyway
consistent' with the good of the whole
country."' [ '
'As will be seen, this is a desperate attempt
flt straddling. It is a* kind of a "good
Lord and good devil" declaration, and
seems to call tor ox-Auditor Bennett'* ad* :
vice to the Democracy of this district,when
be advised thebijaabe did tbo other day
in bii paper,' to take.oni*ildaJ>r the'othir
of the question tho next time, or, in other j
words, to be "(or or against the mill'dim," '
and not attempt to dodge. % ^
As a matter of course Mr. Boyle is :
bounced for this sort of st raddling non*
coinlttaltlsni. The Wayneaburg JttpuMican '
goes for hint very tartly and pointedly. It '
puts the iiwueut him at follows:
According to Mr. Boyle's theory, if lie is
so fortunate as to get a seat in Congress, in
justice to his constituency it will be uecea*
nary to ask some special legislation to euit
tho people of different localities in bin dis* 1
trict, for, putting it on this ground, tho
same kind of a tariff will'not be'adapted to
the interests of tho people of Mr. Jloyle's
whole district, lireen is a non*manufactur? i
ing uud non-mining county, whilst Fayette <
and Westmoreland are largely both. Greene ,
is exclusively n farming district, hence if,
hh mr. duviu nay*, ti uinn ib U question 01
localities wo have a right to make a (livid* |
tag lino right licrc: Wo on thiseiilo oi tht)
river aro a producing people; on the other
Bide they are consumers?not farmer; now I
what kind ol a tariff must wo have over i
here?a "tariff for revenue only,", and on
the other Biilo a high tariir to protect the
iron and coke interests.
This is putting the Issue In a way calculated
to embarrass candidate Boyle. "Sauce
for the gooBC is sauce for the gander" on ]
this question. If ntariil' is harmful to i
one half, or any portion of a district, it Is '
harmful to the whole of it, and ought to he
discarded ns a delusion and a fraud. If it does
not help the farmer, the merchant,
the mechanic, the day laborers, the profes- :
sional man; in a word, everybody, It 1b a
delusion and a fraud. This is tlio ground'
to put the tariff issue on. There *
is no district or part of u district issue about
it. The furmer'a interest, (the poor farmer
who is so much bewailed by Dan Lucas in \
his C'lnrkaljurg'spccch,) is supposed to have i
a very big interest in this question, and J
this interest is well shown in the following j
extract from au articlo printed along side '
oftho Jlepublkan'B editorial.strictures on j
Boyle. We quoto from it bb follows:
The value of barn-yam manure; or any )
otber fertilizer i3 admitted by ever)' farmer.
Hut what is the use of a-feitillzer of any Hort j
except to make land productive? And of J
what avail is productive land if you can- i
not Hell tho product? The great question <
after all, for tho farmer, therefore, is the .
question of a market?but what market?
There are two markets for the
farmer?tho foreign market and the
home maiket. Which is the. moat
desirable? .Why, the homo market, of ,
course, because it is in the sale of his pro- t
ducts in the home market that the farmer i
makes his money, and it in for that reason J
that ouly the Btirplus that he cannot sell in
the home market in sent abroad. Last year,
for instance, more than $S,000,000,000 .
worth of agricultural products were sold in
the home inaiket, against less than $1,000,000,000
sent to foreign markets! Every ono
of the 50.000,000 of our,home population
consumed on the average last year $100
worth of that which was produced by
agricultural labor and capital. Xow suppose
our 50,000,000 population were
not able to buy that much?suppose the
consumption to fall to $80 to each person!
.Who would ho the greatest stiflerer? Why,
the farmer, of course. It would be ruin to
him. Well, that is precisely what would
hannen if Democratic frnn tracln ?pm inmi.
gurated again, and the wages of the laborer,
the mechanic, the artisan, the proiessional
man reduced. Let the farmer see to it first
that protection to labor is continued and
then attend to the other fertilizers.
'I lie PfimNylvaulii l'nui|mt|;ti.
The Keystone State ig all torn up over
the political situation. The criminations
and recriminations iu the opposing newspapers
and liy the speakers on the stump
arc exceedingly acrimonious and vehement.
Charges and counter charges of
"sold out" and "corruption" abound on
every hand. Pittburgh'a advices to the close
of the month arc to the following effect as
respects the situation and outlook:
Reports received here to-night from
different parts of the .State represent all
parties working with might and main to
make all the capital possible before the
election. The Stalwarts aro said to be
meeting with considerable success in the
mining districts, where they are spending
money freely and representing to the work^
inguu'n that Democratic success would
eauso hard times. It is charged in some
quarters that Armstrong, Labor candidate
fnr ftnvor.m 5d in !.? 1 -
Quay, ami is secretly working for the bosses.
1'Wn tlic best information, the Labor *
vote will be drawn about equally from both
parties. The Republican defeat
in Ohio alarmed a good many
Independents for the safety of the
House of Representatives and' they have
gono back to the regulars. Still the Independents
will poll not less than 75,000
votes, which will defeat Beaver anil insure
| the election of .Pattison. The Republicans
will probably.lose three Congressmen," one
I of whom is Gen. Harry. White. Errett and
I Bayne will be re-elected. The latter has no e
opposition. Hopkins, who opposes Krrett, a
| will receive the full Democratic vote; besides
a largo Independent support, but, n
with all this, Errett will come out with a p
j hnndsotne majority. Tho Prohibition vote
will be small. There has not been a cam- E
naign for years in which so many roor- U
backs were set alloat to distract the -judgment
and inflame the passions of voters. ;
Immense meetings are of nightly occur- ]
rence here, at which the best speakers in ii
the State liokl forth. Allegheny county a
will give a reduced Roptiblican majority, ]
suv 0,000. ?, ? 1
JluiubiiKKVit Atfnin. ,. ; I
I saw so much said about the merits of Hop ,
liittera, and my wife, who was'always doctoring
and never well, teased me so urgently to ?
get her some, I concluded to be humbugged o
again; and I am glad I did, for in less than a
two months'use of the Bitters my wife was ?
cured, and slto has remained so for, eighteen
months since. I like such humbugging.?H. r
T., BU Paul.?V'mcer l'ress. TrilSAW..
IV.auxa. cured the cancerous growth on my
nose. George Shiller, Martinsburg, Blair ~
county, Pa. . t
For Thick llciul*, ^
Heavy stomachs, bilious conditions, " Wells*
May Apple Fills" anti-biliona, catharlic.! 10 H
ami '25c, C
Mkntai. depression, weakness of the nuts- p
cular system, general ill-health, benefitted
by usini; Brown's Irou Bitters. intw. . G
.MAllltlKD.
ARBUTUHOT?LONG?At tbc tttWcncflof Mrs.
Dc'.ano.hy tho Rowl). A, Cunnlugtiutn, Mr..'JoitN H
M. AbltUTHNGT to Miw Alick V. LoNO, both of this
cl,y*
I>1KI>. , *
Bill El.l)$-On Tuesday, October 91,1SS2. at 11:20
r >i.. Ma.gik vjwwm, oldest ditaRliterof Wiilinnx u
1 timl Martha, shields, aged 7 }ean?, il months and 8 ?
days. r
FtmeraUrom tbcrctlvlcaco of ht-r p*r?nt*r 3103 o
Mct'olloch street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of tbo family are Invited to attend. In*
terraent at Mt. Olivet Ccaetcry. * jJ
WORK?On Wedaesday, NoTCroWrli 1M2, at 5 B
o'clock A. M.,mSliSNiR Myrtlk, youngest daughter
01 a. i/.whi .murraroi work, getlGyenra, 2 monthi
imd'JjiUyn., i . >v.
Funeral this (Thursday). afternoon at ,2 o'clock t /_
from ilio residence of patent*, No. 61 Thlrty-firit -*
>t ecU Ft lends' of the family Invited. Interment
at Greenwood? ' ?
A CARD. ~ "
To *11 who nro suffering from tho errois and in* ?
dhcrfctioiis'of youth, nervous weakness^early, do- s
cay, l(*wi of ?jmhood, Ac,, I will wnd a recipe that
will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This groat
remedy was discovered by ft mbulonaty .in-South
America, Send a sell addressed envelop? to the
Bkv. Jossyji T. Inju.v, Station D, Hew York City.
ocU-rrliMW
POSTERS. HANGERS, OA.IIDS, ETC.
in itylc* that can't be beat, at tho Daily Intel* _
llgcnccr Job OHloo,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TXTANXED?iTgood dining-room
TT Olrl, Immedltteljr, a) Uw cmpllnu meet.
noi^'y >,? > * ? i .t
FOII SALK?BONDS AND NAIL
fllncJcir CfU on J.C. HKRVKY, No. 1404 Market
itttoLV v . ntfl*
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED
T T hhlpplng Clotk; one quick at flgurei and ft
good p?nmnn. Adritnu W.thhofflcf. iioi
\XTANTED-A middle aged woTT
M.tN dcfllrca a situation an Hnutekreptr la
i wwall/amll/. AdJratJi i\ TAYLOR,
Ferry, uiuo. , ' mfl*
pALACE PARLOR COAL VASES,
BRASS FIRE 8KTS,
8TEKI, FIREBKM.
BRASS AND KNAJfKLKU FENDERS.
The largest assortment to lelect (rota lit the city
it NK4dlTT A BRO.'H,
no'i IBtl Market Street.
J^OTICE. '
All members of Bon Franklin Council No. 2. 0.
IT. A. M., uru requested to meet At their II tUtiuturlay.
November 4. at 7:3) r. X.
Du.?lj>ew? o/ Imporlfliico rtyulrcs a /oil Attenditiuo.
By order of ..
net'*1 R. B. "VlCKERS,Conntellor.
gTHAW SUOmSG BAGS.
1 have* just received a Urge lot of Straw Shopping
[tags and Lunch Baskets, all now style*, which will
jo offered at fltfe.
IV. a. IWTClllSB,
no3 1 41 Twelfth Street.
"y^TM. J. N HSU ITT,
Brlelt HttMOUi
No. 1610 WOOD BTttSKT#
s prepared to Set Urates and Repair Smoky Chinaleys
ut low prices, and work guaranteed to give
latls/ac .Ion. latent Jamb* nnd Back Tiles on hand.
Job work attended toon ?hnrt notice. no'i
J^JNG RAVINGS, ENGRAVINGS.
Ah elegant assortment of Artist Proofs and
Engravings Just received at
KIRK'S ART STORE,
no2 3OCT* Main 8troet.
QUESTS WANTED FOR
MOTHER, HOME AND HKAVEN.
^ Grand Holiday (lift Bock. A richly llluitrated
jook of singular beauty; a Gem of Literature by
00 be?t authors. Kit|*n;cd and newly Uoctrotypeu.
IV. book for the Home and Fireside: appeals to
><cry tas'.e: Hells fan everywhere, alike In town or
xmntry. Endorsed by the I'reu, Clergy and l'eoile.
A rnra chance to in?tV? iiinimv. Kami tr
ermsand lull dcwrlpthu to N. br TflOMPcON it
.'O . Publisher*, St. Louis. Mo. no'MrhMW
!K)NMiOLU?J&
Pittsburgh, "Wheeling k Kentucky HjrCo.
Six months' Interest d?o November 1st on tt?
jMiditof this company will be paid on thnt dale
jy I. William Ulbbs, lleglstrar, at the ofllee o! the
'ennitylvaula Railroad Company In the City of
Philadelphia; Rlank forms lor collating the luterist
may be obtained at the bank ot Wheeling.
no2 W. H. HA It NHS, Treasurer.
PITTSBURGH, WUKEMNG & KENTUCKY
HAIl.UOAD COMPANY.
fiTOBiaoii, November 2,1882.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
The undersigned will receive proposals until No
remhcrlMd ifoUtit, /or the sale to them #./ ti.QCOat
he First Mortgage Bondsof the Pittsburgh. Wheelug.fc,
Kentucky Railroad Company, lor the jurwse.1
of the Staking Fund, as provided In th?
nortgsuo securing said bwUds, dated October G. 1ST?.
TIIOS. I?. MKSSLF.lt,
W. P. Bl'BBtllD,
no'2Th Trwdew*.
TBCE CONTRAST!
While other Baking Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
drugs,
w
/ras been kepi unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. Tho best evidence of
its safety and e/fcctiveness is tho fact of
its having received ihe highest testimonia/s
front the most eminent chemists in tho
United States, who have analyzed it, from
its introduction to ihe present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test?the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS & PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
-ua.de bySTEELE
& PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Ho.,
lur?r? of i.apall* l>*?t Genii, fir. Prtr?-'? Hptelil
kUtvrlag Kilnet*. tad Ur. Prlct'i t'mlque I'arrfsaM.
I>uttl
Popular Monthly Drawing or the
,lu the City of Louisville, on
Thursday, November 30tli, 18S2.
These Drawings occur monthly (Bundayi exceptd)
under thuprovlxioniol an Act ol the Gcnml
jnumbly of Kentucky.
Tho United States Circuit Court on March KUl
andered the following deciriom:
lBt?'That tho Commonwealth Distribution Cost'
any is legal.
2d?lUi Drawings aro Tail-.
N. B.?The Company has now on hand a lane
leservo Fond. Bead carefully tho liat of prizes lo*
XOYEUBER DRAWING.
I Prize, J30.000 looprlzwtjiuouach.fio.eoo
I Prize ; 10,000 200 Prizes 850 each, 10,000
I Prize 5,000 COO Prizes |20 each. 12,00t
) PrlzehJl,000 cacIi,10,000 1,000 Prizes ?10 each, 10,000
) Prizes 600 each, 10,000
) Prizes $300 each, Approximation Prizes, _... $2,700 (
> Prizes 8200 each, " ..... 1,800
) Priic* $100 oach, " " 900 -\
9C0 Prizes. 1112,400 J
Vhele Tickets $2. Half Tickets, $1. 27
Tickets, $50. 55 Tickets, $100.
Remit Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or send bj
x press. Don't semi by Registered Letter or Po*V
Qlce Order. Order* ef t5 and upwards by Express, j
111 bo sent at our expense. Aduroa all orders to I
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TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
DKPARTURIt OK TRAINS?VTHKEL1S0 T1HI.
day. A.M. A.M. r.M. T,M.
.4 0. R.R. "11:35 8:50 3:10 4:56
ont. 0. Dlv 8:80 1:80 |4:00 11:15?
'.,P. & B. Dlv -6:40 1*0 5:10
lCT.&FUla 6:80 11:10 1:50 t<:K>
..aiBLL.. 8:52 6:S2 8:52 1:57 4:17 *1:47 '
A.M. P. SI. A. SI. A. M.
,T.V.*W. *9:30 *5:30 12:00 C:0Q ffcOO
AHU7AL OF TRAINS,
Sun^
d?J\ A.M. A.M. r.M. A.M.
.AO.B.B.m 12:15 10:80 >t.2:80 9:20
r.M. A.M. A.M. A.M.
cnUO.DlT '5:55 10:00 2:55 10:45
A.M. P.M.
r.,7.AB.Dlv 7:55 11:20 6:25
A.M., r.M. A.M.
Jor.APitU ... 1L-40 5:M 7:57 J8-42
A.M. A.M. A;M. A.M. P.M. F.V.
., 0. A Bt. L. 11:02 8:52 8:87 11:02 102 7:17
j ^ t r.M. r. si.
x, V. at vr^l 'Kiutviu:*-)! 2:25'.
{Dally oxcopt Bimany.
Bteuuenviuo Accommodation.?'This train durig
the day pftwea backward and forward bolwoea |
[artin'a Ferry andB?Ualw, ?lopplnKwl?en required I
t the Sherman Hoiue, JKtaarille, wott Wheeling I
nd Gravel U11L I
f Masrilou Accommodation.
*8u ClalnvUlo Accommodation,
C.. T.. V. it W. Tralm run by Columbug tlmo.
HEELING AXD ELM GROVE R R
On and alter MONDAY, October 23,1SS2, can on
ho Wheeling and Klni( Grove Hallroad will run jw 1
)llow?: ' j i
Through car# leaving Cars to nnd (rom Fallon, t
lie city'(corner Market ?G.20a. m. 2:20r.M.
tKlElevetith8treci8),mtd T.OO " 8:00 1
tamm's, at 7:40 V 3:40 " .
6:20 a. M. 2:20*.*. 8:20 " 4:20 "
t7:00 " 3;40 * 9.00 J 00
7:40 14 5:00 " 9:40 ; &:40 "
9:00 ' 6:20 " 10:00 " G20 *
10:20 " 7:40 * 11:20 ' 7:00 ;
11:40 t>;00 " 11:40 ?. 7.40 ? j
V.C0P.V. 12:20 p. V. g;20 I
?>Krom tho city. ' 1:00 M 9;oo I
tFromBtamm?, 1:40 " |
- . .; *fcn?day< excepted.
0<-?l . JOS, KLEEU, Buperlutendenx,
DRT OOODS?PRO. R. TAYLOR*
ZDZRTST
' *?9* vn*>';W Vffr *' '
GOODS
<i".;~imi
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Geo. R. Taylor.
Our regular purchase of Now
Fall nnil Winter Stock now open
ami ready to show.
AVe cordially invite the ladles to
cii.ll and inspect tii? choice collection
of eTery description of goods
lu our liiie. "
DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT! ;
We Beg to anEiounee the completion
of oEir Stock of Dress Goods '
by the largo accessions of this
week. 7" '
In.l)ress Goods ito are prepared
to show the most choice selections
of the lutest imported fabrics.
Geo. R. Taylor.
. CLOAK
I
DEPARTMENT!
Our late purchase of Cloaks and
Wraps of every description now
ready lor inspection. [
This important branch of our <
business lias received special atten- 1
lion "with the view of continued .
mlargemcHt.
Our Stock of s
Seal Sacques, .
Fur and Silk
Lined Cccilian
Dolmans and Circulars, :
Cloth Sacques.
Dolmans and Jackets,
Silk Brocade and
Diagonal Pellisses,
Jersey Sacques,
Misses' and Children's Cloaks |
Children's Cloth Dresses, &c., &e.,
m never half so large and varied
is at present.
Km. R. Tavlnr
wwu ill MJIVI I
I
. . s
' . I !' .IUiAN 5-k ;
i .-;sX i:\ii >,-'i
l.j U vUiKri'f ft l
HEW
Merino llntemar. -
..... ...? VIIMVI 1KVHII
" . : If ' I
Our New Stocl of White and Bed ;
Herino Underwear for Hen, Women j
ind Children, is now full and com- '
ilete in sizes and variety.
GEO. R,TAYLOR.:
oc9 i .
OROOBBIBa and tobacco*
TIMOTHYSEED
PilNIX PATENT FLOOR,
1,000 Bagi Prime and Cliofce Timothy 8eed
^ nt../ / t"'V\ '!
l'liimlx Patent Flout always In stock.
Try It, It li (lie beat.
. ltadqnwtua- for AKBUCKI.K'B luitlv
CelebnttdCOFPEK,
FULL UNE OF GROCERIES.
' .'.Call to s?e us. .
Ofos. Speldcl.Sc Co.
<f-D WHOI,K8AI.I:OHOCKRB.
S. BAER & SONS
Have the Largest and moat Complete
Stock 0/ 1
GROCERIES!
In the Slate.
2 Car Loads of Soapine
ItACAlvftil Iftfti WA*tr Thl- ta.lrnnutn II?
beat in the Market.
We offer special Inducements hi
CANNED TOMATOES & PEACHES
And all other Canned Goods.
TOBACCOS JEAU SYRUPS
Sold lower than any other liouse in our line
in tli? 8tate.
Before buying call ami examine our large
and extensivo stock of uroceries. A. large
illscouut to ca?U buyers.
S. BflER & SONS,
141* and liH Main Street.
selS. ' '
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
. ?i?vi t'lviisuru in aiiiiuuuciiig iu my um jiairoilH
and to the trade generally, that, since the lute lire
at mv establishment. 1 have thoroughly renovated
my building*, and um now inquired to offer iu
largo and varied a utock of. general groceries and
provisions um can 4b<i found in, the state. These
tfood* are all new ?nd woefully Fclccted.
My own cure of choice smoked meats delivered
direct from my l*ork House at Manchester.
I have been appointed Hole agent in tho city for
the following Ivudlug specklUe*. viz:
Knmford Chemical Works' Renowned
Yciu-t l'owder lu Bottles.
P.J. Iiitlcr's Fruit Butters and Preserves.
Frank Slddai'a Wonderful Soap.
Ward's lVIiIte Borax Soap.
Ward's Ilccti-lfying Soap.
JTcYamara's Glory Tobacco.
JlcAl|iin's Onward Toliacco.
Wcymank Bros', l'olel?ruled Pittsburgh
Smoking Tobacco.
UuPout's Sporlins, llillo, .Mining and
Masting I'owilcr.
FAMILY AX1) BAKERS' FLOUR.
HcCoutiellsvllle Hold Sheaf I'utent Flour, |
Vest In the market.
Silver Star?Bukcr's Flour.
Dally Bread?Baker's Flour. I
M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE GltOCEIt & I'OItK 1'ACKER, I
No3. 1309 and 1311 Main Slreet,
jy26 Wheeling, W. Va.
J^-KW CHOI'
fa Orleans Molasses !i
i m
JUST RECEIVED AT
V,'.,; v- i; *;t ?-it J . .\
SMYTH'S.
IX IS PRIME.
oc31
?_JOME.MADE PRESERVES,'
PICKLES, ETC.
Preserved Peaches, Pears, Quinces, Pineap?le.
Damson and Tomatoes Cucumber
Mckles, French Pickles, Spanish Pickles,Hyleu
Salad, Mellon Mangoes, Pepper Mangoes,
.'each Marmalade and u variety of Jellies at
GEO. K. llcMECHEN'S,
ofO 1300 Market St.
THUKBJER'ri
SHREDDED OATS,
GRANULATED TAPIOCA,
8AGO, WHEAT, FARINA, OAT MEAL
ind thiir' celebrated Potted and Canned
ucato for summer use, at '
anil) McMECHKN'S. 1SS0 Market St.
NUMBING, GAS AMD STEAM PITTING*
pRIMBLE & LUTZ,
PLUMBERS,
las and Steam Fitters,
1418 Market Street.
i . I! ! : .. I..
Heating and ventilating of public liuild.
ngs, dwellings and factories a specialty,
MM .
JMIOMI'SON & 111BBAKD,
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS,
las and Steam Fitters
13M MARKET STREET,
Wheeling W. Yn.
SPECIALTIES,
>' ' ,( > "Jfl '
team Heating and Ventilation,
Itcd Jackej Forco Pump,
IZndohrrltcre fla* Jfacltlno,
voters from the country promptly filled.
wJS
yyiM. HAKE jk SON,
PRACTICAL I'LUJIBEKS,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
i-. iii, j i,No.'!33 Twelfth Stre'et
All work done promptly nt reasonable prlccs. ]a7
JjTJKE FITTOtt,
PRACTICAL PLUMBER,
3-as and Steam Fitter,
.-1410 MAIN STREET.
All order* promptly attended to. . lal
? ? - ? ? - - - - -
INtW AKKIVAL.
i'lri'l . I":*: fit .?v -v.:
%
200 Boxes Fine New Layer Fijp.
50 Boxes Extra Large New French Prynes.
JUST RECEIVED BY
CT. S O:HULZ,
OC2S 1319 MARKBT 8TREET,
DRT 000D8.
BSMH
' !' ! '
;> : *}>
lu adjtllon to llitlr ne* itock ol
FINE DRESS GOODS
AND WINTER WRAPS,
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Arc offering the following
BARGAINS FOB THIS WEEK:
1 Case 30c Drew Goods for 20o.
1 Case i?5c Dress Goods /or 20c,
1 Case good Dress Goods for 12Jfo.
Heavy Blue and Wblte Chlnlr, worth 10c
for 10c.
1 Cuje 12Kc Canton Flannel for 10c.
1 Case 15c Canton Flannel for 12Kc.
CO Pairs 10 4 Grey Blankets at $1.10, worth
$2 25,
60 PairsKM Grey Blankets at 12,60, worth
$3.00,
A complete stock of WHITE BUNKEM,
all at low prices.
J.S.Rhodes&Co.,
lioe MAIN ST.
oc3t
nkii Hnnrln CIava
uiy uuuuboium
MARSHALL & CO,,
1110 MAIN STREET.
OUR STOCK OP
WINTER GOODS
Is now console. Having purchased
several lots nt big discounts
?e arc enabled to offer
SPECIAL BARGAINS
111 Dress Goods, Table Linens,
Flannels and Blankets,
Hosiery and Underwear,
Fancy Goods and Notions.
' 1 '.J '
MARSHALL & CO.,
11 lO MAIN ST.
Two Cases Full Standard Calicoes
Sc. a yard, same as soli! elsowhsre
at Sc. (x-m
MERCHANT TAILORS.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
C. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
I Hare now in Stock a Full Line of
Fancy and StapleWooIens
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
Which we offer at
Prices that Defy Competition!
Other "Woolens at lowest prices. "We carry
the largest lino of goods in the city, and our
Get Ups are first-class in every respect.
ALL WOOL KNIT JACKETS
And a Full Line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Persons, desiring anything in our line will
find it to their interest to examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
C. IIESS & SONS,
COlt. MAIN it FOURTEENTH 8T8.
K&9 - '
DRUGGISTS.
LADIES READ THIS!
FEPPEK Unit la PEPPER I
C1SSAMOS, tlmt Is CINSAMON.
PUKE SPICKS !
,, , ALL KINDS, AT .
LOGAN Ss GO.'S,
DruggUl, Bridge Comer.
Catsup Bottles!
Fruit Jara, Salad Dressing, > :
l'" . Pure Flavoring Extract,
Highly Perfumed Toilet Soapa,
Toilet Sets, Thermometers,
Barometers, at low prices.
SOLD BY
LOGAN & CO.
THE HOUSEKEEPERS' DEUGHT!
18 LOGAN, LI8T A CO.'S
.j ; . ...
Excelsior Baking Powder.
The beat and chcnpcfit'TelUWe Powder la the
market, Addreta orders to
LOGAN- &c CO.,
sclO Druggl* Bridge Cornor.
LIST
! DRUGGIST,
loio OVEA-Iisr ST.,
Keeps in stock a Hue of fine Chemicals.
Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Brushes,
Combs,.Notions, Cigars, Ac.
Citizens and Strangers are cordially invited
to call. ' . , seH
CLOTHINO?J.DRlLLEa.
OVERCOAT
V . V |
PICNIC. J
_ J , \ 'r- ' 'I
A Regular Old Jubilee!:
* I
FULL GROWN
Overcoat* for Daddies, Grand Daddies, Old,
llachelors.
M Bwellfl, llrokors, Drum mors. |
" Clergy, Doctors, Lawyers. ,
" 12legan0y*formcd A polios.
" linliaon and Dean-pule Shapes.
M ' Hlcli and Poor, High and i/ow,
M to pbaje wife, mother, girl and [
* ?i daughter.
M : to suit.your pocket-book, tit
you and keep you warm.
11 that won't fade aud will satisfy
you.
? Ulster shape, for party, theatre
and cold.
u Last and tho very latest ,1s
tho Klgln, Batin lined, a
regular "Daisy." See it |
and you will agree so.
HALF GROWN
Overcoats to please you in style, Pa in price.1/
" comfortable to skate and snowball
in.
14 that you won't avoid wearing. *
" that the beys won't ridicule. '
" to please your tirst girl.
* that the dog can't tear.
' to wear to the Matinee. 1
e&sy to slip on and oil'.
" just liko sister's beau wears. '
" ' trt catch a girl with.
" nicer than l'a had when he wasaboy
" to ride horseback or bycicto.'
" elegant for Saturday play.
Youiig- Sprouts.
Overcoats for I'ana's Hope, Mamma's Joy, I
Baby Boy.
44 that will make your neighbor green
with jealousy.
44 that will make the whole church I
talk. |
44 to please you, and if that is all!
Hub will buy it.
44 to tickle Grand l'a and Grand Ma.
44 better than you can make at home.
44 covered all over with buttons,
buckles, Ac. . ^
44 as fancy as your dressmaker can
make.
44 as numerous in style as are your
ideas.
44 that will coax uncle to take Harry
out.
44 that don't cost much.
44 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 yon see 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 TBICE CLOTHIEB,
ii58iM:.A.x:tsr ST.
oc28
___ DRY GOODS.
STONE I THOMAS.
FALL TRADE
For 1883.
JXJST OFD33STED1
TOLL LINES OF
LA3DIE3S'
DRESS GOODS!
Silks, Satins,
mUMFRK RROHAnPQ
unwimihiikuf miuunuLU)
YELYETS, PLUSHES,
-ANDSUITINGS!
. Hi JU LATEST
STYLES
Cloaks, Dolmans&Sacques
IK CLOTH.
Joined Sillc -^rapg,
Ladles', Gent's and Children's
Underwear, Full Lines.
Gent's and Boys' Snitines. lilc
gant Goods.
'BLAlsTKBTS.
West Yirginia Country Flannels,
the best in the Trade.
ELE6AHT C1RPETS!
All Latest Patterns?Body Brussels,'Tai
peBtry and Ingrains, Rugs.
01' Cloths, linoleum, WindowSl.ades,
and Curtains,;
Great Bargains.
Carpets Cut Without Extra Charge.
J Ave Geese Feathers
! "' i
Always oh JIand.
' )
lit'. ' 'A ~t. Li.vL_ J.
we liQiin a umse uasn i raue.;
A Lot of Konmants anil last
Season's Goods at one-half their
Value. ; '
Stone&Thomas
' 1030 Main Street.
OCU
_J5^u?at?ohai..
A SCHOOL FOR HUp
m. ?e
(otilrij, iiodcrtbochiiivoof ihJ*?' k""?n?cliM J
Union, openi on the FlW itninI\.?Ll)lc VU- I
SSS?S;g3i
?SSS?~ IS '
*1 til*! llttlKll ol nro-lui.R |M,|,S f,
-r ? ,.?wwmnK tlic modern
llanfuiKW >11(1. nuiklc, At very hjhwihD# r*i?
chouM ?m<l forRC<t?lifgHo of thin whool. Addrm
UlKKCl'lUbH OF THK AUAliKMY
OK TKK VISITATION.
Mt. DxCHmiL
Jj-21-WW hcarWhwHnR.W, \i,
hllEST VIRGINIA UH1VERS1TY,
Tlvo next tendon tog! ill BKITEMRKR tth ivy
I'KS gkVAKATft SCHOOL. IUUUKUUK School III liiM
torr ftml School of hnnUnh, Hull courki In Uw
ami Medicine oxtendintf throughout the imImi, ,
KuUuged UviUtlci lor study of l'hydcal Ecim-i*
Mid Scientific Agriculture; completely cnutpj^nJ
cbcnjloil litigatory. Thorough cotmw in ani'ieul
and Modern lauauaRea and literature. Text hooka
aicort, Neccwurjr cxnonHca not over 8175, Kot
c&t&louuea aud other information nddrcra I
w I( ^, |(K0N( j.wWl>|ll I
nuft Mnmwiiinwu. NV V* I
BUSINESS CAHDB.
^Tahgus Wll ALLY,
FuHUiounhlc Hoot MnUoi\
(IS TsYKLlI'll 8TUEET,
Next to ShcrllVi otUce.
Tlio Best material, hot )U ?tul tito>{ tcaNtnable
price* for the very IteM work Imlu* i-liy. ocU
gTEPUEN MtCOLLOVGll,
Carpenter and Itulliler.
Brick Building* erected comttlelc In all modern
Improvements. Also wooden uaiMingt fitted un
cotaiileto on lot. Wooden bulldluui lrained and
fitted up iti yard at work shop and takut to an;
part Miu completed, un rvwonahle term*. All altcratlona
mtufe ok old bulldlnw, roof* valley* and
akydlghta particularly tittenilcil to. l>i*v?
aiiu aiiutviuguucu up ou nhort notice; More (ronti
put In *n?l ?torc* altered. Kcrtdenco No. w Hlxicentb
street, formerly occupied by Mr. ben Kxli*.
Shop In rear of Capitol, nn Alley 13. myII
"VVfllEELING LOJLEH WOaSS,
Manufacturer* of portable, stationary, murine
boilers, brc<chlnK, chlnmcyn, tank*, Minn, doon,
shuilvis ami utl kitidn of fiesvy sheet mm work. I
Dealers In second-baud boll era. Kor Information i
apply to COX.t MOHIUbON,
No. 16GG Market UntL i
Telephone C-21. llcpalr?j>edal attention. Terai
reasonable. my IV |
jy 0. LIST, Jji,
PORK PACKBH
Acicoror of the celebrated CHESTER MEAT*.
which *rc now ready and lor sale at
23 KOURTKKNTH BTRKCT.
My 8. C. Meats arc all branded, "IJaI'i Uhutter,"
PS
J M. OLOUSTON,
J DEALK3 la
j Grain, GroaudFeed,Baled Hay, Straw Xc,
South Street, Near Market Street Bridie,
I Will pay tho hlRhe*t market prlco for vrhcat, com
I and ontR 1?1S
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
TT fo1A N
Justice of (IicPcncc.
Office?Lower End of Second Ward Market House,
V ill attend to the collection of claims. All buslnew
will Imnromptly attended to. nol
TAMES A. HEXHV
(J '
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER,
And General Buhixicss Agont, Collector and Notary
Public,
1G15 JUllKKT BTKERT.
Personal attention given to icnting honso, tol?
lectins rente, purchase nrnl suie ((rudctfah'. Hills
ml heneiona ct-riillctl; Deed*, I-casts ami other
written instruments nre|>a?Hi. (?{i
^LEXANUER EOiYE, SR.,
SOT ART PUBLIC, LICENSED GENERAL BD8INKHtt
REAL kbtate AGENT.
Loans negotiated, stocks bought and fcold.nK'
chants'and manufacturers' bookHOpeia-d.cxamlcwl
and closed. l&tatcs settled, notes, book account*,
and rents collected. IIouhcs rented and leaded.
Collections promptly wmltted. Ad vauit* aiado. j
All bnsinehs Mrreyponduneeeonfldentlttllyatteiided
to. acud /or circular to rvfcreneca, I3JS M?kel
rtrect, (Craaglo'B Block,) over City Bank, Whwllug,
W. Va. - ]aC
JAMES GI1CHK1ST,
Civil Engineer, Surveyer and'Kxntniner
of Land Titles. j
Office:?12 Twelfth Street, "Wheeling,
W.-Va. Telephone, N'o. 59. anl".
Q. 0. SMITH,
Real Estate, Bond & Stock ilrokrr.
Special attention given to collecting rents and thi
general management ol lUrul Estate.
tnhl , : 1220 Main street, Wheeling, W. Va
PROFESSIONAL
DR. HULLI1IEN has returned to the city and nv
Humed the practice ol mcdicino and surgery. Be
OFFICE OF TUB HOARD OF EDUCATION.
orer lhe City Itouk, ihirkei street. mjfl
COMMISSION MERCHANT8.
f1: c. pope it co., I
Ui'nln&l'rovIsiuiiCiiniinlssliiii.lIi.'reliiMil.i,
162 "XV AblttSGTOX 6'TKKIT, VltlCAOO, ll.L, Etltth1
foiled 1876, members Chicago I!4Mtr<l of Trade Hl??l
Call Hoard, solicit order* f<jr the purchaso and rale
of grain are provisions for future delivery on marIns,
ar?s constantly on 'ChanRe, and endeavor f?
read correctly the drift of the markets for general
advice. ??TIlefer to Mervhaiiti' National Hank,
Chicago. and Mtclianlns'National Bank, New Vork.
ou3rrh.Mwr
JOHN SI. 1I00X & CO.,
lira MAIN STREET,
Dealers In Ornin, Provisions ami Oils, In
Car r.nt.H.
Ordcn plnced lor RFBCVUTIOK lu Grain, I1?
visions, (ill anil Stocks on innnilii til ExcumikjM *1
Chicago, New York end-Oil City.
Chicago Correspondents?B. Davenport &Lo.. ?.
3. Nichols & Co. I'1S.
DAVKirom, c. ft BiOLBTO.V,
General. Of D. Egglcston A Son, Special
3. DATENPOET AS CO.,
aoivnMxssioN'
Dealers In Grain, Flour, Seeds, PtoyUIouj, ChocH
and Dried Fruit*.
M7 WABItlKOTON ST.. fiHWAHO
' ATTQRKEYS'
WJ. W. COWDEN,
ATTORNEY AT Utt,
Offloo, Ko. 1222 C'hajillne fit., V. hecllnj, * *?
Prompt attention to all Inulnw* le7ru ?
Daniel lamb,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ,
Ko. 1318 Market struct, (over City Bmk.) TJtw
log w- Vi. ??R.
COWDEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
No. 1222 Chitpllnc fit., Wh(*?"g- W. V?- g?L
TAMES P. ROGERS,
l) ATTORNEY AT LAW. irnrM
No. 1207 ChMtlluo St., oppoelte the Coart Ho"?,
Wheeling, vt. !SSHANNIBAL
FORBES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
Omco. CtiMotn'House. Wheeling, w- ?* IS HATS
AND CAPS. . ...
>9'JL X
-OFHATS
AND CAPS!
; I! '.! ' i. . i
NOW IS STOCK AT
Geo. J. jMailiison'.-M
, 1222 MARKET STIiEKT,
"US. W"iHftffur. ?'
JUST OPENED.
. , ; An Elegant line of
STAND; BliACKKT.t UJIKAltY
LIMPS, CHIMBS,&i
A.lao in slock a lafj;c variety of
Table Cutlery and Carvers,
Offered at reasonnlil price-.
JTOIIIV I^KIKDICU
OC2C . )l:M> MAIN riTKKET.

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