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the Intelligencer.
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At Km.21 and 27 Fourteenth Street.
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TERMS OP WEEKLY':
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rent reduction to (-'lube, tend lor raiofle copy
nml circulars. AiUlrtu.
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I Entered at tbo PoMofllco at Wheeling, W, Vh.,m
M'l-oiul'CUu matter.]
wirEKUX^wTVA., NOV KM HF.K IK, jMi.
Mr. 1'niilkiirr iiihI Hip Itrcrnt lliiliiiiiure
Cunrereiire.
lit publishing the dispatch to the Cincinimti
Kivjuiirr, on Momluy hist, giving an
iircuum ui uir uumcivucu uviu ir u.iiiium n
hotel, Baltimore, by sundry West Virginia
gentlemen, wo mentioned, in addition to
said dispatch, that we had a letter from
Wellington stating that lion. Charles
lainen Faulkner was also present. This,
it seems, was an error on the part ol our
Washington correspondent, as we have u
letter from Mr. Faulkner saving that he
was not present, and therefore took no part
whatever in said conference. Mr. Faulkner
says that he had not even the "honor of an
invitation to participate in it," and "never
heard of any such meeting there or elsewhere,"
until he saw it mentioned in the
IXTKU.IUBNCBll of the 13th.
A JtCMMOfi l'or H'ciil Virginia.
The marvelous growth of Texas, and the
means by which it lias been accomplished,
liaveaspecial interest for the people of West
Virginia?a State as new for purposes of
development as with respect to its political
erection. .More remote than West Virginia
from the great centers of manufacture
uml general business, until lately otl* the
line of trunS'Coutinental travel, Texas ha?,
within a decade, sprung into that activity
" aiuI commercial importance which is as
yet the uufullilled dream of West Virginia.
The obvious explanation is that Texaji
h:is gone into railroads; or, more strictly,
railroads have gone into Texas. The State
has pursued a liberal policy, the people
have had the good sense to see in raih'Oftdfl
their only chauco to catch up with the prof.wsiou.
A great agricultural region, ten
years ago almost without a human habitation,
is now cut up with paying farms, dotted
with thriving town?, alive with improved
saw mills working up millious of
feet for shipment. Farmers are driving
i _ .1 .Ml .......
vu iiiu aim wen )i wu inisuu
of bread-winning activity lias Utkcu tiie
*** ]>lucii of a stillness almost primeval.
Iii ten years, from 1372 to 1SS2, the Slate
has gained 1,175,030 in population; increased
- its crop of cereals 28,OGO,OCO
bushel?; added 1,200,000 bales of cottou;
bought 000,000 more from foreign countrieHsold
$2t>,000,000 more, A million people
inhabit the country, tributary to He
Tex us Pacific and the New Orleans Pacific
railways, and the taxable value of their
property is placed at more ?500,000,000.
Thin the railroad has wrought.
U'est Virginia's coal and iron, timber,
grazing und farming lands?by rail a day's
.travel and less to the great sea ports, the
most prosperous communitcs and the busiest
marts?are almost virgin soil lor the
railroad prospector. She has only begun
In ?l... ft( l.n
W IVD|I?..U W iUM HL-WOOilt,
to feel the thrill of iron and'steel driven
through her rich hiils and fertile valleys.
The fligns are propitious, but we can not
live by fiigns alone. In this age and
country work is the condition of prosperity,
And those who work most prosper most.
We need outside ^capital, but to get it
here we must show that .we who know the
Held best are not afraid to venture in it.
PERSONAL.
Senator Ve3t thinks the talk about DeinOL-r.uic
blunders a little ridiculous. So are
the bluudera.
General Abe lJuford is soon to start the
Chrittiasi Turfman. The J'toiu J'onlUrir
will appear later.
General George Macdonald, the "father"
of the British army, has recently enteral
his 99th year, and is still hale and hearty.
lion. Charles N. Urumm, of tho Nine*
tcenth Pennsylvania district, will be the
only undiluted Greenbacker in the next
House.
J *ost master Ringer, of Washington, says
that with light tricycles a collection could he
made ouce an hour for every box in the
district.
Kosecraus, of California, txpecta to he
around within hearing distance when
Kandall and Carlisle have their little tns&el
over the Speakership.
Mr. D. L. Moody, the evangelist, is
seriously ill at Cambridge, England, lie
hum overworked uimsuii, aim is sintering
from nervious prostration.
Jaue Grey ^wisshehn goes after Robert
1 ngersoll, and jumps away with the brilliant
blasphemer's scalp. But Robert is
too hard-headed to realize it.
Postmaster Pearson, of New York, is going
to be promoted out of olliee very shortly,
according to Washington rumor. Jle
. lias been fooling around this civil service
reform business too much to suit this administration.
Mine. Christine Nilsson travels from place
to tiioce, to sing, in sumptuous style, in tho
sauiQ excursion ear that has been used by
.Mary Anderson and Sarah Bernhardt. The
car is divided into sleeping, eating, cooking
and drawing-room compartments.
Congressman Bisbee, of the Second
Florida District, says that in spite'qf the
gerrymandering of his district, the Democrat*
concede his election by about 400
majority, lie also says that he beat his
tarifl-for-revenue-only opponent by forcing
the protecticn issue.
Congressman llohnan,of Indinia, known
as the "watch-dog of the Treasury," and
"the great objector," expects to see Iteprc*
sentative Cox press bis claims to the Speakership
of the next Cougress with vigor. lie
says Mr. Cox is more of n freo-tn\der than
rimer liumuui ur i>unisii*, uuu niuv uu
more acceptable to the extremists in tfje
party who propose to advocate a taritf for
revenue only.
BREAKFAST BUDGET.
The Cabinet in again getting used to
meeting.
Washington society proniiuesto do Itself
proud this winter.
It was a Cincinnati young lady who,
when she wan presented with a pair of
opera glasses asked how in the world she
was to keep them on.
The entire school revenue of N'ew
Hampshire during the past year was $581,r?27
74 and tho expenditure was $375,SOS.
Fourdifths of this sum went in the salaries
of teachers. The average cost of instruction
per capita Is $14 03. Male teachers receive
$30 4o.n month, and female teachers$22,3(1.
A Ku&fan lady lies just bestowed 50,000
roubles njion bet1countrywomen tol>eu<J <l j
in giving medical training to those desirous
of becoming physicians. .
A woman lias juat been choseniiuperinindent
of Schools at Bnrringtdn, It. I.
First time the position hns ever been occupied
by a woman in that State.
The Southern- Democratic paper* are demanding
that the party shall at once adopt
freetrnde as its policy. Without thin, they
say, the recent vlctorieaandany future suc?
ccEsea will be barren.
"Spinster dinners" will be given in Now
York this season by betrothed young
women on the eve of their wedding to
friends of their own sex exclusively, One
of these dinner*, to take place soon, will
be "chaperoned'' by the mothers of the
bride aud groom.
A Quebec judge lias decided that the
rulesof trades-unions forbidding their members
to work with iion-uuioni?ts in illegal,
.mil lino nSunn lu,1.?.i..nnt I.. fn..n? nf n
uuiou man who sued the Ship Laborer*'
lieuevolent Society for damages for cnforciti^
his dismissal by a ship master.
IlarperVIIVti/i/ la goaded into remarking
that "from a Democratic popular majority
of a quarter of a million in 1870 .Sunday
school politics, in the teeth of sneering
bosses, gave the Republican party iu 18S0
an electoral mnjority of fifty-nine and a
popular majority also." Thero are worse
things than Sunday school politics.
DniFT OP opTmiqhT
Jiiit For I lie I'mi or II.
Cincinnati Comiiicrcial.
Heyoml passing a tew appropriation bills,
and pottibJy fehowiug a parsimonious purpose
to keep down expanses, the ](e|inb*
licansarenot likely to do much of anything
during the next session. They will
be generous in leaving to their successors a
legacy of troublesome questions, just to see
how they will handle them.
St'iul Tin-in to J. I)uvin
The Imuitlca who piij (iicir faith to Confederate
bonds sfiould be encouraged; nod
Upon exhaustion of the present supply
billions jjjore aliouUl bo printed. We believe
in giving cttpiUl 2 chiuice.
IK iH Circ us Al l.
Kciy York Tribune.
If the party makes up its mind Hint an
avowed free trade policy will be prnjifttnrp
and dangerous, 3lr. Randall will tind favor
as the most expert struddler of tl.c question.
'ino w??u>?jU'?i Jay.
Washington Post.
It cannot be successfully controverted
that the lion. J. A. Ilubbell's relinquishment
of Senatorial aspirations arc just as
"voluntary" ax tho political assessments
were.
Tito Cubic is Coining:, llt?h?oli! lll^h.uli t
Nexv York Heruld.
The capital necessary to build and lav a
new cable hag boen subscribed; the new
cable will bo laid next year and will serve
the public at reasonable rates.
Tin* Coming: Dcclnmtloii of Jinlrjtru*
lil'ttOO.
Philadelphia Prns.
The people will make the next candidate
for President, and they will exercise their
own free choice. Present declarations will
have very little to do with the'mutter.
A Hint In tho Wffit Virginia SntnlnrMitltcr.i.
Party government differs from party-boss
government an a political party (Hirers from
an election machine.
to IMuv il.Awnj* for Hip I'rPNilU'lH'J'.
Burlington Hawk-Eye.
Now that the Democratic party has a victory
on its bauds it doesn't know what to
do with it:
HIK NLW UtOUUM NK.VVTOItS.
U'lint They Have hone to 3Ieril flip
Great Honor.
Alfred Holt Colquitt, who has been
elected to the Uuited States Senate for the
term beginning next March, was horn in
I Walton county, Georgia, April 20, 1824.
I lis grandfather, u native of Virginia, setj
tied in Georgia in 1801. Ilis father, Walter
T. Colquitt, was a'brilliant member of both
branches of Congress. The Senator-elect
was graduated at Princeton College in IS ! I,
and in 18-15, after studying law with his
father, he was admitted to tjie bar at
Columbus, Georgia. lie began to practice
at Macon. In 1817 he served with tho army
in .Mexico as a Major, acting at Huena
Vista as an aid to General Taylor, lie returned
to his profession in 1S4S and four
years later lie was elected to the Thirtythird
Congress as a Democrat. I te made"a
good iinph?ifuon in Congress, but ho de-.
clined a reuotpinutjon on account of the
death of his wife. In 1$0 and 1SG0 he
was a delegate to the National l)eiuQcmt;c
Conventions, and in the latter year he was
atl elector on the Breckinridge and Lane
ticket. He entered the Confederate army
early in the war as a paptftitt in the 0th
Georgia, lie rose rapidly in nujk, becoming
a lJrigadler .(Jeueral .September |}0,
1SG2. As a Brigadier he had conmuiud of
the (Jth, 19th, 23d, 27th and 28th Georgia
regiments, the brigade being attached to
Hill's division of Leu's army of Northern
Virginia, lie took part in ail the great
campaign in Virginia, performing signn]
service at Antietam and Sharpsburg. lie
was in command at the battlo of Ocean
Pond, or Oluatee, .Florida, and there he
won the title of "liero of Olusteo" for his
diisti, coolness and line generalship. During
the engagement lie rode a white horse
and was a marked figure throughout the
battle. Upturning to Virginia ho commanded
a division at J|rewryra JJlnfl*. Iu
the campaign around Petersburg hp wfln
his commission as a Major General,
but in tho confusion incident
to the close of tlio war it never
reached him. After the war General Go!fjuitt
was engaged for some time iu the
insurance business, but for a number of
years ho hju* beep a leader of agricultural
and religious program iu Geoigia. For a
long time he declined all political ojjjee.
except a few that carried only honor witll
them. Iu JjKIB he was a uejegato to the
National Democratic Convention, and in
1S70 he wag ou the same day jnaijo president
of tho Democratic State Convention
and of the Stato Agricultural Society.
(In w.ic a in .1.^
Convention in 1871', and four years Inter
ho wa? elocted Governor of Georgia.
Ilia administration as Governor of the
State has been apftyjiiftljleonc and of benefit
to the Stato, Toua>4 fl)fl freedom
General Colquitt has always shown kindly
feeling, and he has often addressed then;
from the pulpit. lie Is a member of the
Methodist Episcopal Church South and
holds very strong religious views. As a
member of the Agriculturaljcocistv of this
tftflte, he was the first man'\yho "lii^l tiiji
wish crcourago totaUo publicly a' determined
sUimi against racing and" gambling
ut the State fairs. In person general Colijulitis
a flue specimen of physical tjian
His faco bears flio jbtyftp of kindness aud
Kood nature, but lio is uot waptjug i? posiitivencffl,
zeal and purpose.
Pope Barrow, of Clark county, who baa.
been elected to till tho .vacancy itj the
Senate, is oue of the younger "members of
his party. He made some reputation as a
deUtpr' in the last Constitutional Convention
held tn Georgia and also as a member
of the last Legislature. Jp jjn address to
tho Legislature hist Thursday night, ju t|}0
fJwwter of n candidate, he deyojed fiifjj*
self exclusively, (Mter n few words to the
memory of the life Senntor^Hill) to denunciation
of tlie.'Iteputylcan party and to the
tiirifr. He thinks the jtariff ahouldibe so
revised iib nOttoilnjuTO any important in*
dnsrty? tha^lntiesto^Vp placed as far r*
possible on luxuries and taken'from the
necessities of life.
-? JHtK^IJ> IU;KI'.
The fc?l Mini III** I'rufll orili?* Itu?lucM
I nriiUliMl lij Hit Kx|irri.
C'IiIcmk" Tribune. ...
John l>. Gillett, Illinois, a breeder and
feeder well known to those IntereHted in
cattle matter.*, mulct* the following Btuto
mcnt of the average cost of production pf a
steer 1- months old, including every needful
expense from birth. It is unncccfHJry
to say tlmt such a statement derives its
chief value from th0f4utlh.nl it comes from
0110 whoso ducciHS is evidence that he has
given the matter careful study and has
tested his theories thoroughly by long continued
practice, and fully demonstrated
their correct nets and value:
'( (wroFftirCH 12 MONTHS oi.m
Vtlttoofcalf 4H>|tli?,. 5 3 00
i;i|iuti?t.a uf <litm of <mIi 1 imixiMblc lontlf for
ouujeuriu IoIWwk Hjivrccut luieruit 011
|W, vhIuc of row ... 100
Keep of ycar.lng unci feed ol cow twelve
12 25
Insurance cm cow I (.0
i:i>k 011 fjllurcof tow to lined 1 7/i
fxr-s of c.ilves bv dcnlli, etc..? .. 1 00
No corn fed tip to 1*2 mouth.*.
Value of pasture hu<1 keep up to 12 inouth# H 6 00
Total * 3 '*? 00
WclKtit of calf ut 12 iiioiiiliM, 7W iKjund*.
woitli,at uvccetiu aj Co
Profit Ht 1'J months of t gc 6 (0
COST I ROM 1210 21 l ONTIU Ol' AOE.
Value of utecrHt 12 mouth* of ngc. .. $ 35 CO
Value of Miotic corn from 12 to 21 uioiiths of
line. 110 bushel* corn nt lljceilt* 33 M)
I'nvpiro IV UK.litliH J( ixt
luti-rcfltaiiil il.sU u bo
Total 5 87 SO
I.cm&CO pounds pork mndc on lnp.u t?f
steer frym 12 to2| months ago, at l|ve coiity 25 00
Not cost 12 to2-1 months 5 53 50
Wclulit of steer at 21 months. 1,600 |h>?ij<1s;
value of hteer at 21 montba til Mx and a
halt cent* 101 oo
Trcllt at '.'I months oi age f.O 70
COrtr FI'.OM TWKI.VK TO TWIINTY TO lit MOM IIS AOK.
Value of steer at 21 month-agi $ 01 00
Va'ue o/ it'oclc port) coiwumeq )it entire your.
125 bll.^heljt. at '23 cilits 75
1'iusturc, i'ay I to Nov 1 \ 03
Interest ami risk 21 to.'M mouths ugo 8 IK
Total...'. 116007
i.cm5ih)|uiiuhi< ihiiU nt fly* v-'ulji, ipmla op
droppings of btevr 25 m
Cost at 3' mouths nga 8135 07
Welsht at :tii months #j;e. ii.'-.O jntiuuls at
seven rents 151 00
I'rodt nt :W mouths aue 18 05
This Outimate chotya th4 at the end of
the llrst twelve months of its life tiiu wellfed
.steer can be made to give a profit of
$ii). In the second year he adds to this
profit $21 70, and in tiie third year ho adds
nnthipv to the profit, hut instead loses
$11 77, since at the end of the thirty-six
months there is a profit of only S18 Wi. If
tins may be taken tu the usual result ot
feeding steers, it appeals that if the steer
bo gold ut iiyeara of ace hiy feeder will
make more money than can be made at any
other period of the animal's life. Stronger
argument in favor of using nil reasonable
means of securing early maturity will not
)>e needed.
thi: .hoto!l ?tl'i.h'i iok.
.Vonip .lllriioil MlMnkvfi of no Old C'ilixcu.
To the Editor of the Intelllcesiccr.
8{ii; "An Old Citfoep" ip ibis morning's
paper says; "We bjjve intelligence that in
Minneapolis the citizens have induced that
corporation to direct the railway to take off
their steam motors by the first of next
April."This,
or some other old citizen, made
the same assertion before the Committee
on Ordinance, when the Klui Grove motor
question was before it, and was answered
before the committee by a letter from the
1'iesident of the ^Jinneapojis Com pan v,
stating that they bad four steam motors in
use, and unless they concluded to substitute
electricity for steam, would put on
two .more steam motors iu the
spring. As "an old citizen," your correspondent
ought to set a better example
to the community fhjin to state as a fact
that which he kuows has been dispvoveu,
ami being associated with the wealthy
j>poj*)c of pliaplipe street, he ought not to
uaU attention to '-'beer kings," for ho wellknows
that "king alcohol" laid tl]e fotjndjilion
of much oi the wealth now controlled
by the "nabobs" of Chaplino street, and it
might hurt some of their feelings to have
attention drawn to the fact. I do not want
to be personal, but when a member oi
the First llrauoli of Council asserts before
that body that he cares more for the wishes
of the nine citizens who oppose steam than
for all the people >yho are in favor of it, I
think it ia reason for thinking we have
some "nabobs" among us.
Xcrvou* Debility
When all other remedies fail Da Fkakiku's
Koot Ihrmis will cure General Debility,
Loss of Appetite, Dyspeiein, uml all diseases (
I arising Iroiu a ^Disordered Stomaqh, Liver
and Kidneys.
"For several months f have been nlllicted
with Fever and Ague. Kur weeks at a time
I was confined to the house, my sutt'ering
was intense. I could Hud no relief until 1 ,
heard of your Jtoot Hitters. I have taken '
the Koot .bitters for two weeks and they have
restored me to my former health.'
John Hound, Cleveland. 0.
I or sale liy J. L Shirk, alio Chas. Moenke- i
moellor, Wheeling, aud.lt. 1C. McConahev,
I>ridgq>ort. p.tW.
Are you troubled with such symptoms of
dyspcPBiaas belching, tasting of the food,
heart-burn, etc. ? ilrown's Iron Hitters will
cure you. n.vw
Stoi? your hawking and spitting catarrahal
corruptions from your throat by taking I'ertina.
M A WWW.
MEUKJ.E?DEAN?On Thursday. November lfi.
1SS.\ Mt the reildeuce of t|ie bride's mother, on
t.hnpljiiu street, by Kev. XV. <J hlheldiiilcr, ussUted
by Jtey,lJ. A. Ciiunin^hiun. Mr 11 en ay t;. )Ierkle
to Mis* Li/mrL'KAN. )>otli of this <ltv. No cauls, o
A CARD.
To all xvha are sufl'ering from the errors nml h?*
dUcrttlonsof youth, nervous weaknew, early decay,
low of manhood, itc, I will send a recipe that
will cure you. FREE OK CUAltQE. This great
remedy was dU?overcd by h missionary In South
America. Send u Milt addressed envelope to the
Kbv. Joseph T. Isman, Station I), New York City.
ocM-rrbstw
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tho day passea brxiwXM Aim f<,,v.iru
Martin'a Ferry and ifcllaire; stopping wuen required
at tho Sherman Houjo, iEiiaTUlo, neat Wheeling
and Gravel H11L
t Hassilon Accommodation.
a'- ClHlrsvlllo Accommodation.
0., Y..*V. k V. TgjjU run t?y Columbus tjme.
HEELING ANDJSL}! GltOVE ft 11 (
On and nfter MONDAY, Octobcr 23,1SS2, cars 911
tbo \Y!i?el}H?j{ind Khu tiiuvo Railroad will run as
folloyvs'. |
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tho city (corner Market *0.20 a.m. 2:20 p.m. j,
audKJswnth streets),urnl 7.00 " ?:00 " .
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"I..." cwro thin miW. nol>?
LOST?A SMALL DAY J1001C WITH
Initial* E. J. M on back. Any perron finding
win* and returning It to thU office will be rewarded.
no!8?
^KIOX HALF<.
turtle* dr'ilrlng to rent the abore new and eleRant
11*11. with or without a *uli of aoclety rootn*,
lor l.xhlbltlotm, lull*, Concerts. Lecture*, Wednlnca,
eto, can now us arouninndatod In every
|>aitiealnr. U.'A. KL'HAKtKIl,
, , \m Market Street.
0 otophone (' 45. . no'H
Q.I1HAT IIAJIGAINS
In sevoral^ood
SECONDHAND OROAKd,
i?o18 At "WILSON A lUUMEll'fl.
QIL PAINTINGS.
I have just received a new lot of Oil Pointinusln
tin** gilt framesnt from $5 to$10 each.
AUoa nice Jot of Chromaa atD'.lc.
Framing done to order.
nolH W. R, IllTTCHIN'H.
QUCiANS I'OK CHUltCII USK.
A number of excellent '
SUCOSD 1IAND ORGANS,
Suitable for t hurdi or Sunday School, as welt his
l*urlor u?e, lit l?*w pi Ice*, on easy tenn*. ?t
rillK'H'H MUHH! bTOKK,
_ nolS ftl Twelfth Ht.. U'onhliiRton Ifull.
T7i\tnT.'l i?n vmrt) imnoiw
ill ?vuo?*
lovely m'cturis,
klegant kkamm,
Hand Painted Plague*,Chri*tinu.?and New Yours
Canla KIKK'ri AHTSrOHK. IWfi .Main Flreot.
New arrival*, Kplondld display, ami everything
mumloihly oheap. ' nil ami mo. no! a
j^otick.
There will 1)3 a meetiiw of the Stockholders of
Hie "Kidney hicket l onmuiy" for the adoption of
Uy-i-aws, election of IHrietOf*. and men otltor
bmlnes* n? inny huh pally brought before It, held
at the Couimeielal It ink r.t lUo'rlwk a. m., tJATU iiday.
dfwmtwry. iss?
liy order of COUPOUATOIR
Wimxi.so, Nov. 18. lhS.'. iiiil,s s
r?lie allga'kb i'aulgit stovics.
foailaudcoal
Improved In iicsikii and llniV.i for 1882. For heating
halls nud imrlnry. The most inu^iilllccnt Move
ever produced, Cnll nud hd the "Armuid" at
NKSrtlTT ? IHIO.'S,
in.IS liUi Market Street.
tjad1ant 110.mic stovki!.
If you want the very beft hard coal base burlier
ill the inarkel get the "Kadiant Home," with the
patent duplex urate and revertlblu flue. It ha? no
iqual In healing capacity. ami Is beautiful aud?-a?y
to curj for. not lull of {tilde*, dumpers, valves, <ic.
A i ;iiii ran run it.
wo h1?o furnish best quality tf Lehigh nud
Wilkesburre Anthracite Coal.
null-. W. T. HUKT CO.. 1218 Mo In St.
jpiOR SALE.
ISO Acres or Ohio Co., IV. Yu., I.aml,
On thu Hempticld Railroad, two nd!t? from We*t
Ahitandcr. I'n.Mudoii the National* Bond. Suitable
f ir ? dairy farm, r ?II watered and timbered.
But a few * U'jis fro in the dftor U. Hal road .Station.
(Gilmore* (.tiding). All barnsandslu-da required
on a well rrgulaleU farm. *
For Information in to juice, Ac.. adrtrcKi
1). T. A I KINt'ON',
nolS-mw Weit Alexander, \ViiMiini;toti Co.. I*n.
tuc ocqt family magazTne
I flL DCO I TWO DOLLARS.
Demorest's Illustrated Monthly.
Ko'.l hv nil \'<>r?it,.ili.N ?n.l o
Twenty Cents furttdppclroon Copy (n W. JENNiNGS ;
DUMJl^aT, Publisher, If East Fourteenth Street,
New York.
iM>'fhe Now Volume (I'J) commences with November.
Send FIFTY CKM'o for th'eu mouths; it
will satisfy you that you can tubscribe Two Dollar#
forh year mid get ten tlons tu value, nolh itIisaw
J^LST OF LLTIEIIS
Remaining jo the IHftnMce At Wheeling. Ohio
Wiimiy, W. >tt., SnturUuy, November 11,1SS2. To
obtain any of the following tin? amdleant must ask
for advertised letters, giving date 01 list:
LADIES' LIST.
('row, Miss L|y Martin, Mr*. Annjo
ftemph:. AHnj Bell Slmonson, Mrs. E. M.
Manbull. Mi?. Linn, 2
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
llacbelder, M. T. Nichols, Goo 11.
Co rite! I, A. A. Sh ctllel (I, Ed w* rd, 2
Dale, A. P. Smith, A. Gournou
Duckrow, 11. A. Stnug, A. L.
(illlingham. J^hn Tragic, Waller
Lewis. E. W. Webb, Frltsk.
MeMUliun, C. A.
F|R3I LIST,
Beltcs <L Renter Million Rros.
MISCELLANEOUS LIST.
Altaic Rendering Co. Pres. Commonwealth Ins.
Company.
FOREIGN LIST,
McAulav, Angus Sweeney, Charles.
nolS H. STERLING P. M.
OPERA HOUSE.
<>\i: MCillT ONI.Y,
THURSDAY, JOYEJUIER 3:!, ISS2,
Till: OIIIOISAL AND ONLV
NICK ROBERTS
PANTOMIME CARNIVAL!
rile Largest, Uost and' most Complete Ci inpany
Ever Organized.
L"iid*'r the l'crsonui Direction of
Mr. N\D. ttODE&T.i I>nni>*i* ivn \i.v,r.n
\X THREE CLOWNS J5
The Croat I The Only I Thn Comical
CUiiUU)!. I DROM 10. | l'KDKO.
Topu^ar I'll ices?Scat* becuro*] at Wilson dt Banmor'N
music K'orc on ami after Tuesday, November
!M. ftt 7.*> (UMltti. IIOl.S
THCE CONTRAST!
While other Baking Powders aro largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
drugs, ^
has been kept unchanged in ail its original
purity ancf strength. The best evidence of
its salet'y and effecljvcness (s i/\Q foci iff (
its havrng' received'the highest testimonials
frofn {A'p mo$f eminent chemists in tho
United 8taiee, jyA(? have atjalyieti it, from
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good resufls by tho
\rue test?the JEST OF THE OVEN.
IT |S A PUjfE FBIJWBAKIKG pqijyDifl
gTEELB TPRICB,
Oljicneo. til, Md St. ?oui?, Wo.,
b??sf?Hurf r? (I Lspqlla Yiul Uibi. Dr. 6p?tlt)
1 Umlai kitrmns ? <! Ur. II'nfuaM.
mm
mftRRHIFfi I
ks 9s 3 1 C? ?3 B ?nB B 1
COMPOUND,
The only snfo atjd certain cure for
Jliqlcj'is, Cliiilcfji Jlqrliiis, IliarrlKpa, =
Dysciitury, (.'flllp, Crainitsj Sumiiicr
Comiila'ulSi 4c, ;
Invaluable for children during their Second
uinmor. In usp (or mwotlian twenty rear* and
as j>cver failed. I?q ciironojiay. Prjcow)ocuis.
A. McCAHE & CO,, Proprietors,
jvi wHKF.i.is-n. w.va.
HAMPBKLL'S CnOICE PIUSKRVK3
IN* WCODES* 1'AHA
If yon want tho very hot buy none hut Jowij.h {
ampiwll A Co.'i make.
T?Lo no other hrand
AU good Groeen keep tlictn, * ocM
DRY 000D3.
Geo. E. Stifel & Go.'s
' r ' . , v; I
FALL
TiSSuf
? *
***************************
SIXjiKIS
llonn'ct Silks ore acknowledged to be
odd of the I test wealing SilkH in the market.
"We riro now prepared to show n com*
pleto lino of these deairnblu Snks, whjch
were purchased at lower prices tlmu we can
buv them at now.
We respectfully solicit nu examination,
feeling confident that tho low prices we are
Miking for them cannot )>u duplicated in
the city. .
We uro also showing full lines of other
Hrflt-clnss brands.
WRAPS!
Having recently enlarged and remodeled
our Cloak Uooin, wo are better prepared
than ever to exhibit our immense
,.n.l ?<ill I ~t 1 -.I!--? ?1
??u nvn nvittinl nivt.lv m JW1U
Misses' Wraps. Tli.it they are cheap, Btylisli,
well-made and tlie nerfectiou of lit,*is
acknowledged by ever}* lady who lifts ??xamlncd
them.
BLANKETS, Etc,
AVe receive Uomo-Maile 1'lankets and
Flannels from over a dozen of the principal
factories in Ohio, West Virginia, Mid
Pennsylvania, which enables us to show
every variety. Onr prices are vock bottom*
PLUSHES!
A.nd VELVETS in all shades and qualities.
Fine Ulack and .Seal l'lushes for
Sacqnes a specialty.
GE9.E.STIFEL&CQ.,
1114 Main St.
oc21
WE WILL OFFER THIS
MORNING
EMBROIDERED
CASHMERE
SUITS
in a mi tiii:
FASHIONABLE SHADES
-AT
#1^.50 I
I
$12.50 I
Aboul One-Half Their Value, ?
I
Brues & Coffer.
- - ? T"T v J
113& Main St.
not
HATS AND CAPS. 3
PALiLSTYLBS '
-OKHATS
AND GAPS!
NOW IX STOCK AT \
3eo. .T. jMrvtliiHon'sj,
1222 MATIKKT STltpliT, f
Wheeling, W. V*.
DRY GOODS.
J. S. RHODES .& CO.
" v
ARE OFFEMNO
GUINET
BLACK SILKS
Tlio llc-t (.'o?ils mailc for wear, at
$1.25,1.50,1.65,2.00, and Upwards.
Tlie above prices are tlio lowest these Silks
have ever reached.
Winter Wraps!
IloliiuuiSf Cloaks, Fitr-Linctl Clrciiliirs
aiul Soul Skin Sitoi|iics, (ho
linwost Styles nt very low prices.
A complete slock ol' Vino anil
medium llliMSS KOODS, in now
ami clinice styles.
lUt-S
"EASTERNDry
Goods Store
MARSHALL & CO.,
1110 M A IX STRKHT.
OUlt STOCK OF
WINTER GOODS
Is now eoni])lofc. Having purchased
several lots at biy discounts
wo arc enabled to oiler
SPECIAL BARGAINS
In Dress (ioods, Tabic Linens,
Flannels and Blankets,
Hosiery and Underwear,
Fancy Hoods and Notions.
MARSHALL" & CO.,
11 to MA-irsr st. .
Two Cases Full Standard Calicoes
5c. a yard, same as sold elsewhere
at Sc.
_ JJRUGCISTS.
tJSJB THE
Bfikiiig- Powder !
IT 15 PURE AND WHOLESOME.
fioi.n nv
n. II. LIST, MaiiuTact'r,
1010 MAIN STREET,
Ami by nil Urst-clms ileitlors.
LADIES READ THIS!
I'EI'I'KIt (lint is l'EITEU!
. CIXN.IJIOX, tliut is CINNAMON.
PU11B SPICES!
A I.I. KINDS. AT
LOGAN Sc CO.'S,
Druggist, Ilrldgo Comer.
Oa-tsiip Bottles!
Fruit Jars, Salad Dressing,
Pure Flavoring Extracts, "*.
Highly Perfumed Toilet Soaps,
Toilet Sets, Thermometer!',
Jiarometera, at low prices.
SOLD BY
LOGAN CO.
m HOUSEKEEPERS' DEMI
IS LOGAN, LIST A CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Powder.
The best and cheapest reliable Powder In the
narket, Addrets orders to
jL,0<3-.A.2Sr <5c CO.,
K019 Druunist*. Bridge Corner.
J UST OPENED.
An Elegant line of
STAND, BRACKET it LIBRARY
.AMPS, CHANDELIERS, k
Also in stock n large variety of
Table-Cutlery and Carvers,
Offered nt roosonabl prices.
JOHN' FltlEDEL, ?
(
w2rt 1130 MAIS' 8TBKET. 1
ilia. If HAITI Bnr- f 1
? ?-? *a*u. UAU t
2. KRAUS & CO.,
9 i
(Sncccaor to U. Echtaulbath <* Co.,) c
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN FOREIGN AND D0UE8TI0
Vines and Liquors, Brandy,'
QIS. CORDUIS A17D WHISKIK8,
?o. liaa Miirlcct Btioet, -
' DRY GOODS.
STONE UHOMflS.
FALL TRADE
For 1882.
JUST OPENED i ,
I'111.!. MXCS OF
LAIDIES'
DRESS GOODS!
Silks, Satins,
CASHMERES, BROCADES, =
VELVETS, FLUSHES, I
-AND- J
SUITINGS!!
L/VTKST 8XVLE9 '
Cloaks, Dolmans&Sacques;
in ci.OTir.
Twined. Sillc Wraps
i
Ladles', (Scut's anil Children's
Underwear, Full Lines.
i
Cent's anil Ilnys' .Suitings, Kle- ?
gnat (ionils. ' ?
BLANKETS. :
West Virginia Country Flannels, .
tliu best iu tlio Trade.
ELEGANT CARPETS!'
All Latest Patterns?Body Brussels, Tapestry
anil Ingrains, Bugs. {
Oi1 Cloths, Linoleum, Window- (
Si. ados, imd Curtains,
Great Bargains. <
Carpets Cut Without Extra Charge. "
i^ive Geosc Feathers '
Ahvnjs on Iland. jj
i
We Court a Close Cash Trade. f
v
??? c
A Lot of Iteniiiaiits and Lust ;Season's
Gnoiis at onc-lialf their
Value.
Stone&Thomas:
1030 Main Street. *
Of!)
CLOTHING?J. BRILLES, 1?
OVERCOAT*
0
PICNIC, j
I
A Regular Old Jubilee!;
J
FULL GROWN S
Overcoats for Daddies, Grand Daddies, Old 01
JJucIielors. =
" Swells, Brokers, Drummers.
" Clergy, Doctors, Lawyers. 41
Hleeantly-fornied A polios.
" Balloon and Dean-pole Shapes.
" Itich and Poor, High and Low. I
* to pWa3C wife, mother, girl and
daughter.
" to suit your pocket-book, lit D
you and keep yon warm.
" tlmt won't fade and will s:it!sfy
you. " _
" Ulster shape, for party, theatre ~
and cold. |
' Last and th? very latest is *
the Elgin, satin lined, :i
regular "Daisy." Bee it
and you will agree ?>o.
IIALPGROWN I
Overcoats to please you in style, l'a in price.
" COm for til Ul? ?n ?jL-n?n n.%/1
ball in.
that you won't avoid wearing,
that the hoys won't ridicule.
V to please your llrst girl.
u that the nog can't tear.
44 to wear to the Matinee. w
u easy to slip on and off.
14 just like sister's beuu wfcara.
to catch u ?lrl with.
44 nicer'thanl'ahad when iiewnsahoy
to ride horseback or hycicle. ar
elegant for Saturday play. o>
sc
cc
n<
Young Sprouts. k
Ovcrcoats (or Papa's Hope, Mamma'. Jov, Th
liaby Hoy. jn
44 that will make your neighbor green nt
with jealousy.
Him win mane me whole church or
lulk.
" to please you, and it that is all Ri
Hub will buy it, i?
V to tickle Grand Pa and Grand Ma. u,
" better than you can make at hon>e. tli
" covcred all over with buttons,
buckles, itc.
" as fancy as your dressmaker can on
make.
' as numerous in style as are your i
ideas.
" . that will coax nncle to take Harry
out.
M that don't cost much. ,
" trimmed in Plush, the latest, to ?
please every Pa, Ma and llaby. ^
Every last cent, eyery energy, every espeience,
every minute anu every tliinu we could
lontrol. we have devoted to our Overcoat
Trade this fall, and we know you will award 1
is the price when you fcce the quality, quanity
and price of our Roods.
i as.? ? ?' ?
u.w, i jcars oiu 10 size ou, ureasl, and
So Cr " ?Un b? bo,,g,,t nnyw**?e
I
J. BRILLES, j
ONE PRICE CI.0T11IEK,
L158M^IiTST. i
OCK
KDUOVTIMAl,
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
"K'?ssa.?.:
REASONABLE Cl?AR(iKS,
MT. 1>E CHAMl'AL ACADEMY
NEAR wumuio, V, u.
Tho thirty-fourth year of this wnli Vr?.
for glrln, under Die chiiyo of u,? bUtcS uMj.*'t00
lution, oj<m on the/IKdT MO\iia v
^ th n Ueli1' V,dc0u,lnu" tel? Woiith. ^
Pupil-" rvcflriHl Rt any uweln th.. 1^7...
tuow wuodwlw lo place their d?u?Utm lu iu in. I
Itltatloii a fiord In* o xaptlo n *1) j goo.! mit.iu,,, in
UivwAyoI bulUilul rijjV Ociuhilui lucttiiuti, *t.
ullvut bquril. JhorouRUU ?cI||IIijc nno li,ntu.tU
&l the huMi of llfo-luufc UnyUcw, lu vu-ry
incut of female educnilmi, Including th?* tiH.Um
l?r>!U?pin and rouble, at Terr rcMontbl* r.t.K
?Uoul'?w.'nil f?riiot?lcsuoof tLliMioul. AdOjJi
D1KKUT1U&3 OK'THK .\U\UKSIY m
OF T1IK VISITATION.
SlT.bKCHl.1TAl. '
jr.MPivr SMitWhiHi^iiK.W. V.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
Tho noxt mjmJoii bcglni sniTEMBtK Cth, ism
r*S HltrAUiTK tiCHOOL*. lllclUilllMg trrliPOl of Hul
torvnndtichool of yitallkJi. lull tout** iu
uul Medlritio extending ihitiUclioiu the hw'uu
Enlfttgcd (ACtUtUa for Mudy ?.f I'LJiI.kI Kletifn
ui\ feclcntllta AgrlcuUuto;
humloul lalirttory. Hw.toiiRh whim* In Ain'eia
\tul Modem 1iUib??Rm hiuI lltcrHture. TcxtUmk,
it cost. Kuccmry cxnemoi not over *175. y?.
wIaIokuo and other lufoiuintlou mliltow,
^ W. k W 1LH0N,
gu5 Nnry?nii.m.. U, \\ I
nitniMPO"
...unium UMIUBI [I
gTOPlUCNMcCOlibuO Li, 1
. Cai'iifiitcr imil HulMor.
Brick Building* orcetiil complete In ?U modern
mprovouient*. Al?o wooden bulMltini fitted Ul,
?mplotoou lot. Wooden building fniuusl iui
llteil up In y*nl at wutk khop *iui Ukm to k?i
>art and completed, nil rcH-oimblt; u-imn. All ,1.
oration* made on old btill.lliic*, rvoN valley* a>i?t
iy-llghUnattlcuUrly attended to. Itoks.uiitiUr*.
uul Bhclvfnfi fitted tip on fli?irt Jtotlcc; More liouti
ml lu and atore# nltonxl. r?<*Mi ncv No. bs sit
ocnUi street, lorni'-rly ommlwl l?y Mr. Jicii Kiu*. i
ihop In tt-ftr d( t^idUil. on .vlU-y U mylt
piCAUGUS WIIAI.LT,
Fttshionnlilo l'iool Malicr,
US TWELFTH 8TKERT,
Next lo Shotlfl's office.
The Best material, heid fit and mott tvuviMbk
>rUfM for the very bc*t work In Hie < Uy. >< t i
V\rUKELING UOILKU VCSJtS. "
Manufacturers of portable, itaUouary. marluu
tollers, brccchlng, ihlnmcy*. itifi*. iiooit,
hutters and. all Kinds of heavy ?li?.t iron work.
)calct8 lu Jtocouddiand boiler*. For Infonamiou
i,ply to COX A MOimiMJ.N,
No. ICOC Jlnikot ?ln*t
Telephone 0-21. Kepttlmi-a-ial attcntlou. Terms
04Miiin?>le. ??yi<
JJ C. LIST, Jo.,
fore: packer
Old enter of the celebrnttid CHESTER YKA1*
which wo now ready and for wlo at
2S FOURTEENTH bTKtRT.
My 8. C. McaU no all branded. "Liit'i I'taier."
_y5 .. _
J M. CLOUb'fON,
DKiLKB IS ' i
) rain,Uionuil Feed, Baled Huj,Slrim it,
Bonth Etrret, Near Market Stref I Bridge,
Vlll pay the highest nratkel price for wheat, com,
and nwU. !*?
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
^Texandku BOM; SR.,
.OI'ARY I'URUC, GENERAL Bt*alSES3 AND
.1CESSED REAL ESTATE .HiEST, STOCK ;
,ND MONEY ItltOKElL?l>ejdsUfise>. Atkiiowid^emonls.
nud hirtner*hlp Ajreenu'ttb drawn uj.,
lerchanth' nud Manufacturer*' lV-ok.< o|*utd.
fot'sc* Rented, Rents C-ollectcd, Odleciiui^
romptly reailtted?All Lustncw corrwpoadcnrr
whuiiuci tu. .mi. nui .MaritotHrift,
Ott's mock " corner ilurkct and Twelfth rtiwu.
Vlicelliiy. We."t Virginia. nni:'
J1J C. PETEKM.U',
Justice oi* (he Peace.
>Qlcc?Lower End of Second Ward Market Houw.
Will attend to the collection of claims. All Luii>
,wa will be promptly attoiidf>l to. nM
JAMES A. IIKxN'HY,
LICENSED REAL E5TA.TK EROKKR.
md General Biudncst Agent, Collector and Notary
1'llblio,
1015 Maiikkt STIIF.kt.
Personal attention Ktvcn to renting br.uiw. Piloting
rent*, piucliase tmd wile c f nulesuto. Kill*
ml i'enMomt certified; Deeds, Lciih* and uihrr
rritlen Instrument tirepmtd. u*
JAMES GILCHRIST,
Civil Engineer, Snrvever and Kxatuinff
f Land Titles.
Office12 Twelfth Street, "WliecHn^,
V. Va. Telephone, No. 59. null.
H 0. SMITH,
Jl
teal Estate, Boiul & Stock Broker.
Special attention given to collecting reuUiml tbi
literal management o! HealEbtate.
xnhl 1220 Midn rtreet. Wheeling. W. Ya.
PROFESSIONAL.
D$. I1ULLIHEN hiu relumed to the city aadrfItned
the nmelice of mwHritio hii.1 sun-prr. ll?
hi boJouud p.t the
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF EDUCATION.
?'cr the City lUnlt, Market strwt. lays
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
H. DAVRNPOKT, C. B. EflOUKTO.H,
General. Of D. Egglctton A Son, K|>ccf?l
J. DAVENPOKT Jb CO.,
COMMISSION
Mklcre lu Grain. Flour, 6?nls, I'rovldoui, Cb j
and Drifd Frclu.
if- wasti iv.vrnv st.. chic >' <>
jETTHE BEST.
Tire Ikuutiful American l!f|in?l "I
THE
i"nAir/ilnrvnrlin OllHotllllM
MujfuivjJouia uiiiauiiiuB
Or Diellonnry of rl.4, SVinifw ami
(iciicr.il Literatim*.
To be completed in -1 vols, imperials va,
itli many thousand Kngravin#s, Ma]?\ ,l'The
distinctive feature of the Ijwnx:j.t
, thai on all the leading subjects its ari tl's
u exhaustive treatise.'1, anil thai, havi.jf it.
io docs not in oil to buy hooks on i:i?*
ienct'9 or subjects. as these tre.nuvi ?rv
unplete works hy the most laleutw w"j
neu lor uieir aumiv m i:u?e
lowledge.
This American edition is not only m r*
:t reprint of every word ami Bie
expensive English <'tlitiou?
size and shape?but it w ?s.
mriy half price, and n il' bo found to
ore portable ami convenient to u.*e ttisn
initial edition. ,
The Amo/lcan edition hl*o
iglish editions in the >T.Miii.nor Jur*.
g a map of each State ami 'lerritosj
uited Slates. Also mitii ri'UKR iM,r
e leading articles.
Specimen pages and fuller inforro?tj'>n*r'
i application to the General AK?n,">
Ci. T. CJIAVEN .* CO..
l II nnil l ?: ??? ? .
103 CIS'-INSjJ!!
JEW ARRIVAL.
. i
!00 Boxes Fine New I-ayor litf.
f , , P.uniOi l'/u.v.
ou iwxcs r.sira Jinr?,f . < i
JUST RECEIVED BY
sr. soi-i'Cjlz.
rt? ir.10 MARKET kTRFTP . - j
U.ST ItECKIVKk
CALIFORNIA PEAR*.
MAI.A(iA tiKAPijj ?ml OBAM't-"
be flnwtt In the city. <j?^
mh Thffy und <* ke? every .Uy. AN>. v.
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