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THE INTELLIGENCER.
Fubllihed dally (Sundays excepted).
fHKfT A CAarBKLU PUOPttlCTOJtS.
At Nos. 2ft Mid % Fourteenth Street.
TERMS OP DAILY:
One copy ono ym...|H OQI Three months ..12 00
dlx months. 4 OO | Ono month ? 79
Delivered by wrrlorstn city, 16c per week.
TKRMfl OP SEMI* WEEKLY:
Oao year ..53 (01 six months., II &0
TERMS 01MVEEKLY:
One year.,* IIJK> I Six months ,,,...,11 00
Ureat reductions to Clubs. Bend for sample copy
Mid circulars, AddttMi,
FREW A OAMPBKU)
M". f'a.
t Entered at the I'ratofllco at Wheeling, W. Va.( a*
lN-ond-Ham mutter. 1 . __
\v7t 1-kl.lno, wTvA.. KOVKMMKHIS 1812.
IHHfHHOM.SU |.\ IHKMIVTif.
Why II In Ncwunnry Hint Dciuocriir.v
MiotiM 1?h IIfill hi < heck In (lint Section
of tlic I'iiIuii,
The I.\tkm.kik.vci:k hn? (into ami again
erpretsed its sympathy with tho Nationul
political results to follow Muhone'a can*
vo&m in Virginia, and similar canumignH i'*
other parts of tiio South; for Instance, tiiut
of even Chalmers in Mississippi, it is of
the llrst importuni'o to the South and to
the country in Konernl that the governing
and intimidating spirit of Dourboiiism
should he laid low in the South. It is
either that or unconditional submission on
the part of Kepublicans to political and
social ostracism and slavery. The experi*
ment of controlling this spirit of intolerance
and persecution through carpeWm^
fain not been a success. The cry went
up from the South, "deliver us from theno
nluudererfl and leeches who have come
down hero to devour our substanco and
despoil ua of nil our rights." The Is'orth*
cm people heard this cry mul believed
in it, and mid It was not fair
that new comers, itinerants and
adventurer# should represent the
Southern people In their Legislatures and
in Congress; or that they should inako
combinations wilh the newly Hedged ami
ignorant colored people for sinister pur*
poses, and thus as aliens in citizenship
and properly control the public affairs of
the Southern people. The'Intej.mokncku
sympathized with this cry, even supposing
it to he greatly exaggerated, as no doubt it
it was. It believed in home rule in the
South, as it does in Ireland, as far as such
rule is consistent with the rights of all and
the peace and welfare of society. Events
have shown since the downfall of carpethagism
in the .South by virtue of the conciliatory
policy adopted by President Hayes'
administration, that it was not carpet-bag
rtiloKO innflh as nnti-UourhoniHin of nnv
Hort that inflamed the would-be autocrats
of the South. They chcrishcd a deadly
hostility to Kepublicanisin in any shape,
and even drove (ireenback speakers out of
tilt* country and smothered their voles in
the count. They made it hot also for independent
Democrats with suspected Liberal
tendencies. What they wanted, and ii]J
they wanted, wa3 the complete dominance
of the old pro-slavery oligarchy, and complete
submission to their sway.
As to how.tfiia thing lias worked all along,
aud as to how, unfortunately for the South,
it still works, is shown by the following letter
from General Willard Warner, of Alabama.
We know General Warner personally
and have met him in two political
conventions, lie is a wise and moderate
man, full of enterprise and practical sense,
and one of the pioneers in the develop
ment of the great iron interests of Alabama.
Here is a letter from him as it appears
in a recent issue of the Chattanooga,
Tenn;, Commercial.. It was called out
by some impudent strictures on him personally
for having made a speech favoring
Dr. Pel ton for Congre3S. Mr. Hill, to
whom the letter is addressed, is a successful
business man of Home, Ga.:
.fame* l>. JUU, &
Dkau Si a?lam obliged for your kindness
in sending me the Koine Jlullclm aad J
excerpt from the Homo Courier. I see that
the Courier calls me a ''carpet-bagger."
Does not this support the charge, ho often
made, that Northern men arc not welcome
in the South, but are considered aliens and
interlopers by the white political class?
When, if ever, is a Northern mail to be
allowed by thw class to beeonie u resident,
and a citizen of the Southern States, with
the same rightsas the native born to act
and express his convictions in political
matters? I was told at Cave Spring, whilst
speaking, that iboy wanted "no importations."
J have been in Alabama since ISOo, and
have been a bona tide resident of the State
since 1SG7. Mv family and mv every dollar
are here, and if this is not my iioniel have
none. 1 own moro land, pay more taxes,
and do more business than all the Courier
men put together, and yet am denounced
as a "carpet-bagger." In the last ten years
I have spent iu tlie City of Rome alone not
leas than $100,000, oi which the money
most foolishly spent was $8 for the Dally
Courier one year. Still,! am only a "carpet*
bagger."
Tne Tecutnscb Iron Company, which I
organized, and of which 1 have been President
and Mannger for ten years, and of
which I am also one of the largest stockholder,
owns 12,000 acres of land in
Alabama and Georgia, and pays out annually
$100,000 for labor; and,'yet, lam
nnlv !1 "< !! r not.1 >111 n?i?r ?
\Vo own more of the sacred soil of
Georgia Hutu till the Courier men; and, yet,
I urn oulv a "carpet-bagger."
All of the $250,000 which our company
has invested in its business was brought to
Alabama from other States, IG-lTtha of it
from north of Mason and Dixioii's Hue,
ami yet I am a "carpet-bagger."
Let Northern men note this when proposing
to come South with their money
and their families, aud when reading, the
glowing periods of the pamphlet published
toadvertiso ltorae and invite emigration.
The United States Association of Charcoal
Jron-workers, with a membership of
:I00, in twenty-seven Suites, and representing
$500,000,000 of capital invested in charcoal
iron making, of which I have the honor
to bo president, holds its annuai meeting at
Chattanooga on the ISth prox., and comes
.South partly through my influence. 'Shall
they be told that in Rome, after seventeen
years' resilience with family aud means, an
pmiarant in Rtill n "unrnpt-bnueMi-" ? T h...l
thought of inviting tlio association to Koine,
and addressed the Mayor on the subject,
hut. getting no reply, did not feel at liberty
to do so.
The carpet-bug Mayor of the carpet-bag
city of Chattanooga delivered me a cordial
written and olticial invitation for our association
to meet thero, which we accented.
Am I to infer that "carpet-baggers are
not wanted in Rome, even as visitors ?
This same Courier strongly endorsed me
for a place in President Garfield's Cabinet
as a Itepubllcan who would bo acceptable
to the South. How does that tally with
the Courier'* attitude toward mo now?
Since that indorsement I hnvo added largely
to my investment iu this region, selling
to do so tho last property I had in the
Jforth; and still I am ouly a "carpet-bagger."
Had I indorsed .Mr. Clements, the candidate
of the organized Democracy, instead
of tho Independent candidate, ])r. Felton,
in ihn fflic rnmnrks I made at CJuvi* Snrinrr
would I have boon called a "carpet-bagyeP'
by the Courier/
I may say, in passing, that I was invited
and urged to speak at Cave Springs by one
of the most prominent citizens of Polk
i;oiintvf a Democrat and a Clements man,
as well as by Dr. Felton himself, and I
carefully confined myself to the Congressional,
canvass, in which 1 have as much at
slake ns the Courier man.
[{1 am a."carpet bagger," so are the
owners of nearly all .Southern railroads and
manufactories. U?l; at tho iron Interest
of this i-fRlon for illustration. Of tlio
eighteen lilnut furnaces now ?t work in Alabama
ami (Icorgla thirteen nro owned
mainly, if not entirely, by "carpet bairgers"
by tho. GiurirrVstandard. .But 1 dlscrlni* 1
Innte between tlio Ilonrboh |>ollilrn! cln/w '
of tho South, of which tho Courier is one
of the onjnns, and tlio inais vl Die work* .
lng ami business people. From them lat* :
ter clamn I iiavo received only kindness,
TIiIb Intolerant Bourbon political element
In the Southern States has dour them moro
Injury since tho war in retarding tho In* '
Ifbw of emigrants and capital tlinn tlio yellow
(ever and tiie iirmy worm. It is n
matter for congratulation tlml tlio momhc-rs
and Inlluenctt of the element are
dully growlmilcsa. The new South has its
face to tlio rising sun, nnd In its rapid
march In material prosperity and
hociill progress will booh joavo me
Courier elm# with their laced turned to
tho time "before tlio War" fi&r behind. I
sav to Northern men and ^capitalists, come
South with your money nod your families.
You do not need tho association or wel*
como of the Courier class to Had plenwmt
homes here. Como with your e&cfyrv and
Hkili, your economy, your Jove for schools,
and churches, and free hiicccIi, and bring
yo'?r political opinions with you, whatever
they may bo, but with minds open to new
impressions. Democrats will bo surprised
to Hud how little sympathy Southern l)em?
ocrats have for tho Northern Democratic
party, and Republicans will bo surprised to
lind how tolerant and liberal the people
outside the newspaper ofllcc# and court
house rlnjjs are, and how ninny so-called
iJeinocmtH will flay: "JI i Jiveunortn oi
the Ohio River I would bo a ltepubliean."
Yours truly, Wu.i.aui? waknek.
In the light of suuli testimony as this, is
it not about timo for such natives and ex*
Confederates of the South as XTnbouo and
liis following in Virginia,- Fvlton and his
following in Alabama, Dockery and his
following in Xorth Carolina, and even i
Chalmers nnd his following in Mississippi,
to have tho (food wishes of tho people of tho
Xorth /or their sueim? It is lliejr success
on National issues In the Soulh that is to
make that section of the Union a free and
habitable land for all citizenaoftho United
States. Without their success and without
some che6k on the Bourbons, they would
make a China out of tho South, into whose
interior no man unless first latooed, after
the fashion of the South Sea Islanders, with
an indnliblo mark of absolute submission
to Hourbonism could penetralo and dwell.
Therefore, irrespective of republicanism
ui i.'viuuvi in,; , nu i mil ill rcc iiiid njui it ui
nativism aiul class rule broken down, and
therefore, wo welcome tho successes of such :
men as wsbavoiiamed asa Jiicans lo this
end.
Wiipon Klainc.
The Xov York Commercial Adicrlinr is
the administration organ in that city, and
is edited by tho famous Hugh Hastings, a
Stalwart of the Stalwarts. In answer to an
editorial in the 7Vi6?/)<,asserlijj^ that the
defeat of Toller was due to "the shallow
tricks und shameless fraudsM of the, Stalwarts,
the Advertiser save:
"The time has come for at? understanding,
and."]JUune and tho bosses must go.
The Kepubliean party is in a bad, an almost
desperate condition, and it would be
the height of foolishness to, deny it. The
men who put it where it is cannot save it.
jjiainennu his tools have gone too far to.
briny it back, oven if they would bo permitted
to. They have trot to take their ;
hands oil' They cannot gaitle and direct
all'tiirs either in Pennsylvania or NewYork.
Tho only safe couiyo to pursue,
then?tlio only thing that will remove ;
doubt of Democratic success two years
hence?svill bo lo make a clean sweep 0/ ,
everything and everybody ^ connected,
directly or indirectly with 15la.iue."
Commenting on this declaration of the 1
Adnrtiikr, the New York correspondent of
the Philadelphia Udyer says;
"This kind of writing at a time like this
needs no interpreter, 'lie ivho runs may
read,'and the reading will be to no purpose
if it does not confirm the prediction
of your correspondent anterior to the election
that if the Republican ticket was
routed here, the old quarrel between the
virulence coin pared with which the Conk- .
ling-Garlitlil contention was harmony
itself. The Cabinet meeting, which lias .
' been called on Tuesday next, it is believed,
will be productive of important results.
The Stalwarts are already clamoring for the
removal of Collector Kobe'rlson and District
Attorney Woodford, and General Arthur
must be a very deaf nuti if ho does <
not hear the noise." a
II eitr.kp.t Si'excei: was in at the death of ,
Amerieaa bossim. lie went back to Kng- ]
hind a wiser man in regard to Republican <
institutions. j
"I see that the President has appointed ;
a day /or general thanks girinfr Just now
I am long on days and short on thanks."? ?
Fo'.ijcr, |
Tub uOO medals aro not displayed with j
any great amount of satisfaction at the {
present time.?Chicago Timer. ^
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but not slowly, Kidney-Wort is distancing t
all competition for universal popularity and
usefulness. This celebrated remedy can now
be obtained in tbe usual dry -vegetable form, (
or in liquid form. It is putUi tbe hitter way
for tho especial convenience of those who
cannot readily prepare it. It will be found
very concentrated and will act with equal
efficiency in either form. Head advertisement.
MWFAW .
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l.ISTON?On Monday afternoon, November lit. i
1832, ftt 2 o'clock, ki.1.a May, <!&uuUer of Scott
and Kllfcrt C. Llston, nged 13 years,5 months and l(i
days.
The fuuorul will take jilaco from Iter parents' residence,
No. 23 Maryland street, 3?tand, this afternoon
Rt 1 o'clock. Interment at ?cott's Cemetery,
Churcli Valley, Ohio. Friends of the family are
Invited to attend.
ST. MYERS.?On Monday, Novembers 111, l?8?,nt
"o'clock l'. m. MAO^tR, daughter of James and .
Bridget St. Mjers, nged 2 years anil 3 months.
Funeral from the retIdence oilier parents. No.
US Market street, on Wednesday a'ternoon ct 3 '
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i r?ivlng?of (ho Louisiana tffato Lottery Company,
i?m! In tKirhon tmtuago nud control iho Drowlncs
theinhclvo. anil that tho wirno arc conducted with
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I IN'LMtECKIHiNTB!) ATTRACTION'.
U Over Half a Million Distributed.
Louisiana Slate Lottery Company,
Incorporated In 1SG8, for 25 yearn, by the lx?pl?Taturo
for educational miu charitable purposes? with
a capital of81,OU0,OOO-to which a refcervo fund of
B550.W0 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote, Its franchise
whj made a part of tho present State Constitution,
idoptedDcowmhera, A. D. 1879. I
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monthly. It never scales or postpones. Jxiolt at ,
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fall
i announcement!:
SILKS
Silks nro acknowledged to bo
snoot tliobcst wearing Silks in the market.
We aru now procured to show h complete
lino of theso dfsirablo Silks, which
rt'uro piiroliascil at lower prices thau wo can
'juy them ?t now.
Wo respectfully solicit nn examination,
feeling confident that tho low prices wearo
taking for them cannot be duplicated in
tlio city.
Wo are also Hhowing full linoa of other
Iret-claBs branda.
WRAPS!
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lie licst in the Trade.
iLEGANT CARPETS!
All Latest Patterns?Body Brussels, Ta'
pestry and Ingrains, Hugs.
li' Cloths, Linoleum, WindowSl.adcs,
and Curtains,
Great Bargains.
Carpets Cut "Without Extra Charge.
' <ive Geese Feathers
Aiwaja 011 Hand.
Ve Court a Close Cash Trade.
A Lot of ltenmants and Last
leason's Goods at one-half their
"aliio.
Stone&Ttiomas
1030 Main Street.
ocfl
FGURE FITS!
When I say cure I do not mean merely to stop
icra for a time and then have them return ngtlu.
menu a radical euro. I have tnudo the dlscaso of
lis, Kpllttpsy or Falling Sicknessa life long study,
warrant my remedy to euro the worst otse?. Be- '
iusq other* have foiled is uo reason for not now
cclvltiR a cure.' Send at onco for a treatise and a
reo llottloot mr infalilblo remedy. Give Fxprero *
id Jostofllce. 31 co.hu you nothing for s (Hit!, and .
will euro you, Address Dr. II. G. ROOT,
183 I'carl Street, >'ew York,
^^oobries and tobacco,
TIMOTHY SEED
-ANDFHENIX
PATENT FLOUR,
1,000 Bags Prime ami Cliolce Timothy Seed I
foraale. j
Phroplx Patent Flour always In stock.
Try 11. It Is the bciL
Headquarters' for ARBUOKLIS'S justly I
Celebrated COFFEE.
FULL LINE OP GKOCElllES.
Call to sco us,
Jom. SpeidelAc Co.
' te'20 W110LK8ALK 0ROGERS.
S.BAEMSONS
1Uv- *1.A T.n?n?? /l .
---.W ...V win* V-VJJJJ'U'IU
Stock ot
GROCERIES!
In ll?o Stale.
2 Gar Loads of Soapine
*kw*3i >,?u mav ?x-ck. mis is Known ns tl>e
best in the Market.
|
Wo ofTer special inducements in
CANNED TOMATOES & PEACHES
And all other Canned Goods,
|
TOBACCOS, TEAS & SYRUPS
8old lower than any other house in our line
in the Slate.
Before buying call and esatnine our large
and extensive stock of groceries. A large
diacount to cash buyers.
S. BAER & SONS.
- ? "5
1412 and Mil Slain Street.
nelS.
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
I take pleasure In announcing to my old patronn
and lo the trade genet*]]}', that, since the Into fire
at my establishment, 1 have thoroughly renovated
my buildings, und am now prepared to offer aa
large and vailed a stock of gcnetal groceries and
provisions as am b? found in tho State. Thcso
goods are all new and carefully selected.
M"y own euro of cholco smoked meats delivered
direct from my Pork House at Manchester.
I lave been appointed sole agent in the city for
the following leading specialties, vlas:
Knml'oiM Clicmleal Works' I'cnowncd
Ycnit I'OHder in Bottles.
P.J. Hitler's Fruil ltiittcrsnnil Preserves.
Frank Siddul's Wviidcrful Soap.
Ward's White liorax Soap.
Word's Electrifying Soap.
JleXamara's Glory Tobacco.
McAlpiu's Onward Tobacco.
Wojjnnu & Bros'. Celebrated I'iltsbursli
Smoking Tobacco.
viuuiu's apiining, lane, Jlitiing nud
Hlnsiing I'owler.
FAMILY AM) IIAKKI'.V FLOUH.
UcCoiinellstillc (Jolil Slicuf Patent Flour,
ltest 111 llic market.
Silver Star?Bilker's Flour.
Daily Bread?linker's Flour.
TSJL. REILLY,
WHOLESALE G ROGER & FORK PACKER,
Nos. 1309 and 13L1 Slain Street,
jy26 Wheeling, w. Ya.
jsq-icw CROP
M Orleans Molasses!
JUST PvECKIVED AT
s^/r"vnp"PT'pj
IX IS PRDIE.
oc31
JpiRST OF THE SEASON.
FLORIDA ORANGES,
BANANAS,
MALAGA GRAPES. FIGS, Ac.
(JEO. K. JlcUKCIlKX,
noH 1.1QK Market Street.
TIlUKBJER'ti
SUREDDEI) OATS,
GRANULATED TAPIOCA,
SAGO, WHEAT, FARINA, OATMEAL
and their celebrated Potted aud Canned
meats for summer use, at
n?U McM BOH UN'S. 13vSG Market St.
PLUMBING, GAS AMD STEAM FITTING'
'JpRIMBLE & LTJTZ,
PLUMBERS,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
1418 Market Streot.
jicauug ana ventu&uiig 01 pnuiic uuiiu*
lugs, dwellings ami factories a specialty,
mi24
IJUIOMPSON & HUiBAliD,
PBACTICAL TLUJIDEKS,
Gas and Steam Fitters
1314 MARKET STREET,
Wheeling, Wt Vii.
SPECIALTIES,
Btcain IIcfttliiB ftnil Ventilation,
Ited Jacket Force Pump,
Ullllonvrltnrs finu MnMiInn
*WOfilcre from tlio country promptly filled.
so5
-yyjl. HARK & SOX,
ritACTICAI, PLUMBERS,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
No. S3 Twelfth Street.
All work done promptly ot rcMoimltle price?.' j?7
JMJKE FITTON,
PRACTICAL PLUMBER,
G-as and Steam Fitter,
141G MAIN", STREET.
All orders promptly ntlenrtffrt to. Int
New "arrival.
'200 Boxes Fine New Layer Fi#s.
* 50 Boxes Extra Large New French Prunes.
s 1
JUST RECEIVED 11Y
1ST. SOHTJLZ, ,
OC2S 1319 MARKET STREET.
PUT POOPS.
U RHODES & GO.
ARE OFFERING
GUINET
BLACK SILKS
Tlio Hot (iiKnls undo for wear, ul
$1.25,1.50,1,65,2,00, and Upwards.
The Above prices nro the lowest theso Silks
liavo ever readied.
Winter Wraps!
Dolmans, Clonks, Ftir-Lined Circuliirs
mill Seal Skin Snciiuos, (lie
newest Stylus lit very low prices.
A complete stock of Fine and
medium PltKSS (JOODS, in new
anil choice styles.
no8
BASTBBIT
Dm Goods Store
MARSHALL & CO.,
1110 MAIN STREET.
OUR STOCK OF
WTMTUD fiAnno
MJLiUMl UVVUD
Is ?ioiv cfliiiiile(c. Having iiitrclmsed
several lots at bigdisconnts
wc arc enabled to oiler
SPECIAL BARGAINS
111 Dress Goods, Table Linens,
Flannels and lllankcts,
Hosiery and Underwear,
Fancy floods and Notions.
MARSHALL" & CO.,
11 lO JVXAIN ST.
Two Cases Full Standard Calicoes
ou. a yarn, same as soia eisewjiere
S* ' ncCO
DRUGGISTS,
USE THE
T?!1 l.*i 11 f
?UUAV HJU jn, JL Vf >T Ul*?l
IT IS PUKE AND "WHOLESOME.
S01.I) JJV
11. II. LIST, Mauurflct'r,
1010 MAIN STREET,
Anil byallflrat-cliUM dealers. tio3
LADIES BEAD THIS!
PElTKIt Hint is FEl'PER!
CINNAMON, that Is CINNAMON.
PUKE SPICKS :
ALL KINDS, AT
liOG^nsr sz co.'s,
Druggist, Bridge Corner.
Catsup Bottles!
Fruit Jars, SaW Dressing,
I'ure Flavoring Extracts,
Highly I'erfuiucd Toilet Soaps,
Toilet Sets, Thermometers.
Barometers, at low prices.
SOLD BY
LOGAN & CO.
THE HOUSEKEEPERS' DELIGHT!
IS LOGAN, LIST & CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Powder,
The best and cheapest reliable Powder in tbo
market. Addrets orders to
LOGAN <& CO.,
scl9 Druggist*. Bridge Corner.
TUST OPENED.
u
An Elegant line of
STAND, BRACKET it LIBRARY
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, &c
Also in stock a large variety t)f
Table Cutlery and Carvers,
Offered at reasonabl prices.
.JOHN FKIir.DICL,
QC20 118T, MAIS STREBT.
;UJLH. reach. GOL. KHAV t, FBSD. HAHX*
C. KBAU'j & CO.,
(Bucccssor to H. E/ ;hxaulbach 4 Co.,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
121 FOREIjQN AND DOMESTIC
(Vines and Liquors, Brandy,
GIN, COBDIALB AND WHIBKIZ8,
So. lias Marlrot Stieot,
KcA
CLOTHING--J. BRILL.ES.
OVERCOAT
PICNIC.
A fteplar Old Jubilee i
FULL GROWN
| Overcoats for Daddies, Grand Daddies, Old
Hachulore.
" 8woll??, lookers, Drummers.
" Clergy, Doctors, lawyers.
M Elegantly-formed A polios.
" ltalloonand Bean-pole Shapes.
" Klcli and Poor, llfuh and Low.
' to pl^tLse wile, mother, girl and
daughter.
11 * to suit your pocket-book, fit
you umi kvujj you warm,
M that won't fadeaudwlll satisfy
you.
u Ulster shape, for party, theatre
and cold.
" Last and the verv latest is
the Elgin. satin lined, a
regular "lhtlsy," Beo It
and you will agree so.
HALF GROWN
Overcoat# to please you in style, Pa In price,
" comfortable to skate and snowball
in.
that you won't avoid wearing;
M that the boys won't ridicule.
" to please vour first girl.
" that the uog can't tear.
M to wear to the Matinee,
" easy to slip on and olK
M just like sister's beau wears.
" 'to catch a pirl with.
" nicer than l'a had when be was ahoy
M to ride horseback or byciclu.
" elegant for Saturday play.
Young; Sprouts.
Overcoats for Papa's Hope, Mamma's Joy,
j>auy uoy.
" that will make your neighbor green
| with jealousy.
u that will make the whole church
talk.
" to please you, and il that is all
I . Hub will buy it
" to tickle Grand Pa and Grand Ma.
" better than you can make at home.
M covered all over with buttons,
buckles, itc.
" as fancy as your dressmaker can
make.
" us numerous in style as are your
, ideas.
" that will coax uncle to take Harry
out.
M that don't cost much.
" trimmed in Plush, the latest, to
please every l'a, Ma and Baby.
Every last cent, eyery energy, every experience,
every minute'umi everything wecould
control, we have devoted to our Overcoat
Trade this fall, and we know you will award
us the price when vou see the quality, quantity
and price of oiir goods.
A ny Size, -1 years old to size 50, breast, and
prices lower than can be bought unywhere
else.
J. BRILLES,
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
1158.IM: A-XlsT ST.
oc28
_ MERCHANT TAILORS,
NEW FALL AND WINTERGOODS
G. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Hare now in Stock a Full Liue of
Fancy and Staple W oolens
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
Which wo offer at
Prices that Defy Competition!
Other Woolens at lowest prices. Wc carry
the largest line of goods in the city, and our
Get Ups arc first-class in every respect.
ail 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 pnrchasing elsewhere.
c. iiess & soivs,
COR MAIN >fc FOURTEENTH ST8.
STATIONERY,
QUE STOCK OF GOODS IS
Full in all Departments!
And we are fully prepared for either
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL TRADE,
Our lino of Holiday Goods 13 ready for ihe 1
inspection of Country Dealers. Call or send 1
word and our representative will come to see1
you.
STANTON & DAVENTORT,
Booksellers nnil Stationer*,
110I8 1801 >URKKT STRKKT.
GOODS
ARRIVING DAILY.
BLANK BOOKS,
STATION KItY,
WALI> PAPER and
FANCY GOODS.
The largest stock and best assortment in
the city.
Sold retail at wholesale prices by
ftvnvAC.
oclO 20 TWELFTH 8T.
HATS AND CAPS.
FALLSTYJLES
-OFHATS
AND CAPS!
NOW IS STOCK AT
Geo. J. Mathison's,
1222 MARKET STREET,
. whirling. W.Vn.
QATTLE AND HOG FJiED
For Sale Cheap.
JTheoflugr Urape Sugar nnil Keltning Co.
A. 0. KGERTER,
8poretary
? "' " ' _***
KDUCATIOHM,.
I SCHOOL FOR SlS 1
SECURITY. JtoTHERU CAUR, GOOD ROx^C.
ISO, DEMOHTKUL LOCATION AND I
HRASONADLE CHARGES.
31T. DE CllANTAL ACADEMY,
NEAR WHEELING, Vf. VA.
The thlrtT'fourib year of thl* vrel\ known Khoo l
for Klrli. uudct the chwxv ol the Bitten ol the Vi*. i
lutlon. open* on tno r IRBT MONDAY OF Blp.
TEMBKH next, ?ud continue* ten monthi
Puvll- tecolvetl at mjr time In the Kvloti.
Thou? wbodwlwtopwws their UMWbten tow to.
Btitulhiti *ffontInifcmvtlouiUr rM?] >htnttfvita
llio way ol hewlthtul *nU Oelihttul Wwtlon, ?
rollout beard, thorough dUclflllno ntul IvAtrortlou
tltlMhindiqf llMon* tonrhm. In ttvtytarf
went ot tomato iMuwtlon, IncluaitiK the
Iauruhrw mhI muilc, ?t very rviwm?ble
UXK OF TliK VISITATION,
MT.ti*
IPI'M* Near Whd'iliip.'Vv*^
WESLEYAN FEMALE INbTlTUTE,
hTAUNToN, VIRGINIA. '
OttoiiH Beplumbor tiOth, iss'i. Olio of the pin?
flchooli tor Youiik lailli'* hi the Uuluil ft*!*
'tirtimmlinCTK'nuiKul. Cllnj?t?utiMm.ii.w*l. hi.
tilliilronH'luhU'i'n Built*. Term* jiiruutf tli? bw
u the Union, lloiml, WnsUtm, Ktialliti i\>mJ
Utln. Frvmch, GctnHH, liiftruinciitnl MuMe,,\r'
(or tfchuWlc your from Svptewbcx tuJune,
ForUUlotfure write to
r.KV. WM. A. UAIUU3, D. D., 1'rw't,
Jylt-Mwiuw Huunhm, Vi.
\m viRGiuiA univERsin.'
Tho xioxt mMon bculon RKITKMUKU Cth, 1^2
, Ten ?Hi-AnAT?tSfMooi.?, Including b'thool ol 111*,
toryatul School of f.JiMlfsb. Full coium* In uw
jimi Medici no exleudhiK throuthoiit the hMm
Knlargnl. InillltlcB (or htudy ol Phytic*! Belt-tin*
and hcliititlllc ARrlculturo; comjilcU'ly cqulPi^u
chemical lalimtory. ThornUKii coursc* in *ucu.'ni
ami Modem Ihiiuuhri-s ?nd literature. Tvxtbooki
at ix*t. Ncccjaars I'H-ciiwn not owr girfl, yM
ratalocuui and other Information Hilda* .
W.L,\\ll*0.s, lttildeni,
a lift Morgans*n, W. v?. |
Jt Al/PIMOltl?, MD.
Mt, Vtttsos IssTiTt'TF., No. 16 Ml. Vernon ritre,
Bonn 11 iic ?tn I !>?)' Howe School for Toiing liuiies
ami Utile lilrln. 1'oumUd ISM. Mr*. M J.J<me?
ami Mrs 1U Maltfand, 1'rinctyiU*. H^?ted by a hiree
w riflof able Professor*.' hcautllnUltni?tlon.lromInn
ono of tho wi'mrcs surtuutidlnj; WkMiIhriou
Monument. KduciitlonHi advantuw? ?
Ultnilur* sent on nni'liratlnn to i't?i*' jy:?*vvr' I
BUSINESS CARDS, j
J^HHOUS WHA1.LY,
(TxHliioiuthlo liout. JluUcr,
US TWELFTH STREET, I
Next to Sheriff's ofliev, |
Tlie Best material, best /It and most rcixmsblj I
prices (or tlio vorv best work in the city. oen '
gTEPlIEN McCOLLOUGl!,
Carjieuler nail lliilUcr.
Brick Buildings erected complete in nil modem
Improvements. Also wooden oufldlnRs fitted up
complete on lot Wooden buildings Trained sad
flt'cd up lu yard nt work shop huq taken to m
part and completed, ?n reasonable terms. All J.
tc rations made on old building*, mof* valleys tad
sky-llghto particularly at tended to. itoks.countcir,
and saelvfnu tltted up on short notice; store fronts I
put in and storoi altered. Residence No. 89 Six.
LecnUi street, formerly occupied by Mr. lkn Eiley,
4hop In rear of Capitol, on Alley lft. tnyil
^yHJSELING BOILER AYCifiS,
Manufacturers of portable, stationary, snarlue
boilers, breeching, chimneyr, tanks, stills, door*,
shuttere and all kinds of heavy sheet Iron work.
Dealers in second-hand boiler!. Fur Information
apply to COX A MORKIsO.N,
So. IfttfJIsrket street
Telephone C-21. Repairsspecial mention. Terms
reasonable. my!9
r\ a T.TRT To 1
u. ' ?
^ORK PACKER
tnd rarer o? tho celebrated CHESTER MSATIJ,
which aro now ready aud for wle it
28 FOURTRXST1I STREET,
Hy S. 0. Ueftta aro all branded. "Lltt'i Chctt?."
*p5
j m. olotjsxon,
dsit.hu la
Hraln, (iromiil Fcctl, Baled llaj, Straw it,
South Street, Near 3'arket Street Bridge,
V7111 p*y the highest market prlco lor wheat, ctra,
and on if. Hl.t
_ PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J.J C. PETKRMAN, "
Xiistico ortlioPencc.
ODlcc?Lower End of Second Ward Market Houk,
Will attend to the collection of claims. All hu?lneai
will he promptly attended to. nol
JAMES* A. HENRY,
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER,
And General Business Agont, Collector and Notary
Public,
1g15 Mahkkt Street.
Personal attention given to renting bouses, collecting
rents, purchase and sale < f khiestate. Bill*
and .Tensions certitied; Deeds', Leasts aud oihtr
written instrument* prepared.
Alexander bone, sr.,
NOTA.RY PUBLIC, LICENSED GENERAL BUSINESS
AND REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Loans negotiated, stocks bought and Mld.aerCaanta'anclmanutacturere'
books opened, exunlnrt
ini! closed. Estates settled, note*, book account*,
Mil rente collected. JIou.ses rented aud lewd.
Collections promptly remitted. Advance# a*de.
All business corre>pondcuceconQdejitlallyattende?l
to. Send lor circular to reference* 1318 Mttket
street, (Crangle'a Block,) over City Bank, Wheeling
W.Va. \iim
JA3LES GILCHRIST,
Civil Engineer, Surveyer and Examiner
of Land Titles.
Office :?12 Twelfth Street, Wheeliw,
XV. Va. Telephone, yp. M. nul".
Q. 0. SMITH,
Real Estuto, Bond & Stock Broker.
Dn^l.i ~r in onllfMtnr rf-nlJ) itld till
UJ'WVIJU (UMJUUUll KIK'U WWIIWVII8 ... .
geueral management of RcaI Esl&tc.
mhl 1220 Main street. Wheeling, Vj. Vt.
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. nULLIIIKN bus returned lo the city aud re muted
the practice of medicine aud nursery. lie
can bcfouuil at the
OKI-ICE OF THE BOARD OP F.IWCATIO.V,
over the City Rank. Market kiwi.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. _
JOHN M. HOOX & CO.,
11C0 MAIN STREET,
Dealers in Grain, Provisions anil Oils in
Car Lois.
Orders plficwl for SPECULATION In Grain. Provisions,
Oil nnd Stocks on margin in Exchange* *t
Chicago, New York nml Oil City.
Chicago Correspondents?11. Davenport & to.,?.
S. McholH A Co. M .
B, J)a vjc.vrow, V. B. Eoujavjo*,
r.. J. Knn Sncdll
UVilUIUt, \JI V. Jibfc.vo.vu <. .
B. DATENPOHT &> CO.,
coMi^issioisr
Dealers ia Grain, Flour, Seels, rroTtofoiu, Cifew
ftinl Dried Fruits.
?.*,7 WABttIN."TOK RT.. fiffWAW
_ ATTORMEYSi
WJ. W. COTOEK.
ATTORNEY AT LA'A. ?
B Office, No. 1222 (,'liftnlino St.. Wlieelliif, W. U
Prompt attention lo riI hnslnrffl
T\AN1EL L.UW,
XJ ATTORNKY AT LlW, , ? ,
No. 13IS ifrukot street, (ever City K?s*>) *be<J'
lug iv. Va.
JR. COWDEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
I No. 1222 Clmpllnc 81. Wheeling. W. V*- ttJ*L
I TAMES P. B0GER8,
I O, ATTOKNKY AT LAW,
No.1207 Chaplino Ht,, opposite Uifl t'ourt Honu,
Wheeling, W. Vn. W6.
Hannibal jfohbes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
i OfHco. Custom Houso. Who'llnr. w. V*. I
1 INSURANCE.
\ 3IEKICAX
AX
Insurance Compnn.v.
OK WHEELING, V.'. V.l.
PIRF.CTOIW.
Johri M. Hrown. I John Fr*w.
Alex Laing. J. A. .Miller.
J. F. Paul. I A, I), Seanioa.
Gcorpo Wise.
orncEiiH.
J-A. .Miller I'r?.iJent.
John Frew - - Vice I're.iitknt.
1'. li. Dobbins Secretary.
oni?o i:jib >riiriicf ytrnpr
(Over City Itonk i
Injures apninst low or dutiifty* I?y "re
IweJJixjps, KoiispIioM /,'ooik .\fercanri^.
Manufacturing ami Farm property.
I'aIron?rMperifully soliritM. f'r''

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