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THE INTELLIGENCER,
1'uMlshctl dally (guuilayi cicepteil),
MBVT, CASl'UCLIi * IIAIIT fHOPKlKtOHS
At Nos.'jJ and W Fourteenth fitted.
TF.RM8 OK MIMf:
One cojiy one )'e?r...fS 001 Three months. ~S2 00
J?Ix month* 4 (01 One mouth 75
Delivered by carries in city, l(c |xrr week.
TfiRMi OP HKMI-JVEIKLY:
One year - U W11 atx tnt>iilhn...?..M !l 60
TRim O? WKKKLYJ
One J ear. II 501 Six months SI 00
Ureal mluclloti to Clubs, fcend lor tniuple copy
(itid clrctiluu. Addrcu,
mW.CAUP&KM** ItAUT.
Vhrtlhi;, II'. la.
(KntcrccJ ?t the i'lwtofllce at V Jieellnif, w, Yd., wj
woml-ckM mutter. ]
WHgElNO, W. VA., NOVJCMUKK ti, 1R8J.
Jtf(?rKUiilxlnu: tin* l??Hy.
lIcpubllMil 1'K0))0[||;ch comu Mini \^ltli
mlvico to tlio jiarly. Most n< llicni mjroo
that llitio is nccil oI prompt ami thorough
ri'0rniinuiiupu', twy do not mi im upon iuo
cAino methods. Some, heretofofp |*|)o\yn
iih "bow organ*"?supporters of tbo third
term (oily, advocates of the CumeronConkling
plan of conducting a party?must'
bo astonishing their readeni by tho conciliatory
tone of tlieir cuunfld. Theso newspapers
bty'in to see homo merit in the general
poposltfon ol n reformed civil service.
They even u? 80 'sr IUJ to fcdndt that tlio
party has repudiated the bo/sses, and that
perhaps it u'JJJ be ns well to let the bo^es
go.
Thobosflea themselves seem to have inndo
some progress, except in Pennsylvania,
where the Cameron following is doing a
clcul of insane threatening, as, for example,
that the war will bo waged to the death,
JJosaism is blind with definition wheu it
talct'H thin HUuld in a .Stale where -10,000
Republicans tyrncd their bucks on a good
man to vote for thy Independent candidate,
and nearly as many more?certainly over
HO,000?to vote for tlio .Democratic candidate.
Over (JO.OOO did not vote at all.
I'attUou's vote, as compared with Hancocks,
shows a loss of less than fourteen
per cent, JJeaverV, a* compared with
Garficld'tj, lulls off nearly thirty per pent,
Vn? t1.7o ;a nliAH) 2?ntn Irntn
iiiucli it) heard about putting the knife to
jiuti'iuuchino Republicans.
Many llepublicang who want something
?loiie?they don't know deadly what?to
put the party ouco more on a victorious
basis, suggest that botli wing* will lmvo to
concede something. Thin breathes the
spirit of moderation, and soumltf well,
Jlut il is not well. The "Whig party conceded
and compromised itself to death.
/Slavery wa# the rock of destruction. IJoss
rule is a species of the smu thing, and the
recent elections are supposed to have
blasted that rock out of the party's puth.
Shall the party inuke terms with men who
brought it to defeat in theft desperate
ell'ort to enslave it? There are few of
them as compared with the nearly four
inillious and a liulf who voted for Garlleld.
They make a small showing boaide
the million and a half Republicans
whom they drove from the
the polls and kept at home. Thero is*
room for them in tJjo party j/ they will bohave
themselves, but not in command.
The people of the party have taken that in
their own hands. They have regained con.
trol at great cost?will they be so mad as
to compromise it away?
Under popular leadership, ^thc Republican
party can command victory in the
nextgteit content. Under so much as a
suspicion of boss leadership, the reverse of
2S32 would be followed by the more decisive
rout of 188-1. Are the bosses so valuable
to the party that we should concede to
them this destructive opportunity?
PERSONAL,
General l^oguu insists that he is not mixing
his war paiut for ISSt.
Ex-Senator Dorsey has an elegant homo
in Colfax county, New Mexico.
Senator J)avid Uavis thinks Logan a
Presidential possibility next time. 1
Bancroft Davis would like to climb up
op the Court of Claims bench again.
l'rauk Hurd, says Gath, lis ten times as
smiling on Broadway na before the election.
lien Butler declares that somebody has
been misrepresenting him. Seems to be
Benjamin's fate.
Ex-Gov. Tom Young, of Ohio, sees no!
way out of Republican diiliculties. But he'
is in favor of civil service reform. |
Seiiator Back id in Washington?his
friends fear, to Rather misinformation for
another overpowering free trade speech.
Mr. \V. C.Depauw, of IS'ew Albany, Ind.,
who is to endow Asbury University with
oyer $:>00,000, was left iui orphan without
a cent at sixteen, and has been a merchant,
a grain dealer, a millionaire and a banker.
Private Roberts, of the 31th llitssars, who
was one of the immortal six hundred at
lialiielava and was sorely -wounded in the
charge, was buried with much pomp, and
ceremony on November -J, at Weduesbuiy,
England. Thousands of spectators were
present nfc the funeral, and the soldier's
body was escorted to the grave by a detachment
of Hussnrs.
Mr. Oliver Ames, Lieutenant-Governor,
elect of Massachusetts, although now a man
of great wealth, wa* trained to work, and
did work for years in his father's shops, as
a common journeyman sbovelmaker. The
proficiency he attaiued ns a mechunie is
shown by the fact that for several years Lc
alone mado all tho prize shovels and other
tools exhibited by the firm at fairs in this
ami other countries, llis example is Ijeing
followed by his son, now 20 years old,
who daily works at the bench aud anvil.
BREAKFAST BUDGET.
Prussia has an annual deficiency amounting
io nearly $S,000,000.
Eight thousand streot lamps throw light
on the dark ways of Chicago.
Monday was the liveliest day Wall street
has Been for nearly two years. Coal roiid
shares caught fits.
The real and personal property of Massachusetts
has increased in value $?>,000,000
in tho past year.
Tho Mexican goycrnnicnt has just abolished
the export tax on the precious metals,
und there is talk of abolishing tho interstate
imposts.
Cincinnati lias one policemen for every
thousand inhabitants. And still tho Cincinnati
papers go on nmrdcrim: our dear. I
our native tongue,
A Kew York, insurance man says that
there is lessm integrity ia tlio management
of that business than in any other. In
twelve years 3u3 cumpimies have been
wiped out.
A Pennsylvania trade observer says the
stock of leather ia smaller uow than a year
ago, and sales of- boots and shoes at tlio di?*
tribiuiug center, Boston, are larger so far
than last year.
' 1 1
4
drift or opinion.
ClSHC II" t ill
Xe? Vmk TiltuiH'.
II uny Republican lins curiosity to kim'
where the money wont which win euV
r.cribeil (or the Ivjiitiziinto expenses ol the
lute cauvnss, the sooner he chokes it oir the
easier he will (eel, lor It seems pretty certain
thnt the men who mismanaged tho resources
ol tho State Committee will uot (ell.
'IlieMiwt'Uiiii In follllo,
ClilcngoTlmei.
C'lwonchut Spnigiie is talked ol as n cixn.1
i.i..,,. r.i i n ?
uiuiuu iur uuvtruor ui ivnuuu laiunu. uie
political fortunes ol tho man who held tie
eliot-gun are apparently looking up, while
those of the oihii ivfio got out of <hv p)*0f
it are uboi&t as low as they Can he.
Hnsk-n, hliiiH'r, To |l(l WJ*<\
{.oufsvllto t'onticf-JuUmnl.
1( ilio Democratic party bo wiso it will
understand at once tlinl tho verdict of tho
J)al|ot?bDJf, di'livcfi'il ?o overwhelmingly, is
rather a vote of ccnsuro upon tho Republicans
than o( confldcnco in tho Democrat.
T|?p fhHul n>t"> VotnlHff ItHvIt Aiinlt].
(Jlcvetyinl t.c^dcf,
Tlio tono of tho Republican pri'ss
throughout the country foreshadows a return
of patty unity, which bodes no goad
to the J)emoerals.
Kiiouyt) or Hi 10 t'luht .spy <>f,
Il.illimnro SUM.
The Democratic party cannot allurd. to
(all Into tho flnure of icpeatiuy Republican
mistakes.
\VliaNlilii|{tmi County, l*a. nntl Olilo
Count}', W. Vn.
To the K?]Jtor ol the IntelJlgencor.
Sin:?The Intki.i.ioknci:u dissents with
Hood reason from tho opinion
of tho Hon. \Vi)llam C|. Brown that
Iho Virginia debt question has any
tiling to do with the value of land in Went
Vlrtfiniii, Hut to narrow tho question
down and bring tt doner to bomtf, land in
OJiio county sells from ten to one Jnindrod
per cent, loss than in Washington
eountv. Pa. Tho uverauo Drodiictlvonpwt
of our"land is as good, if not better tluin the
him) of Washington county. Our market
is better and our road and railroad accomDotations
nro at least as gnod and# wo are
as well summed with Rchoolsand cl|urclic&
Now Will the iNTKLUUKNCKU loll
na tho reason for this dillVrencu in
value? Jf it is not caused by
the reckless twiiSgemcnt of of our local
allaira and exorbitant local taxation
then what makes the difference. Persons
living along the Htm with land 011 both
sides say their taxes are much higher on this1
side of the line, ancl some of them change
their houses from Ohio to Washington
county to eeuape our high taxes. Another
fact worthy of notice is that Washington
county farmers refuse, as a rule, to buy
land in Ohio county; in fact this is true of
native born citi/easgenerallv. They irvoid
Ohio county as they would the shade of
the deadly upas tree.
It is important lo ascertain ihe cause of
this, and, if possible, to remove it.
w. c. s.
Ohio Courtly, J!' ]Tn.t Xotvmlcr }R,
[Our esteemed correspondent is aware,
for one thtnjr, that there is no State tare 011
real estate in Pennsylvania, while there is
in West Virginia, lie is also aware that
the same quality, of lands in Washington
county, Pa., and Ohio county,',W. Va., do
not differ materially 1*11 price. Washington
county lands range from $110 to $00 per acre
according to situation and quality, and so
do Ohio county lands. That there is no
special reason operating to deter Penxisyl
vanians from coming into Ohio count)-, except
the.high frite of the land, is shown
by the fact that many of them in the last
few years have settled in Marshall county,
where the lands are cheaper.-?l.vruuigkncbr-]
A I'ci'miiikI Mullvr,
I'lilUulclpliIa l'ros3.
The Wheeling Lntki.i.ichnckk, the loading
Kepubliean paper of West Virginia,announces
a notable change. Mr. Campbell,
who cut so considerable a figure in the
Chicago convention, relinquishes the editorship
in order to rest and travel, and is
succeeded by Mr. Charles Burdett Hart,
who also acquires an interest in'the ownership
of the paper. I'orthe pii.'it year and
a half Mr. Hurt has huUl a responsible position
on the editorial btad'of tho7'iw,and
litis possessed in a very marked decree
the confidence of t>is chief and the cordial
esteem of all his associates. He iii a thorough
gentleman, and an accomplished and
versatile journalist, skilled and expert in
all departments of newspaper work. The
Jxtku.igkncku is fortunate in securing as
its editor a young and enersetlc man who
will bring ho much capacity and judgment
to the position.
I I'hiliulcli 1'1't North American. ,
Charles liurdett Hart, of this city, has
| purchased ?u iiitercet in the Wheeling J.vTKi.LiGE.NCKK,
and luis assumed thecclilorinl
I management of that journtl. Mr. 3lnrt
lias l^eca associated with several of the
leading journals oi this city in t he jiust, 1
and by his 'urbane and generous disposition
won a host of warm friends, who wish '
lnm the most abundant success in his new
liome. \Ve have no doubt that his con- 1
nection with the Intklmgknceu will prove
advantageous to Uio management as well
as to the patrons of the journal. s.
?1KI?. ?
HKl'PERDir/.EI??On Sunday, November U>. '
lhs'j. nt 1'j o'clock lnUlnl^ht, Johanna 0., wife oi
William H. llepi>eidlezcl, aged (51 years.
Ktmoral this nflernoDii nt 2 o'clock from her lule
residence, No. <W> JIarkcL fctreet. 1'rlends ol the
family are Invited to attend, interment at Jit.
Wood.
KLADf.VG?On TucmIhj , November 'Jl, 1SS2, At ,
1::;0 o'clock r. m.. M Acscitc t?., duit^hter of Jacob and
Siistinna riudliii; and Ktunddaughlerof James und
Susan Suilih, nged '2 years and 8 day*.
Kunorfll this ?'
from the parents' residence In Benwood. Friends
ot the family are Invited to attend. Interment at
Jit. Calvary Cemetery. *
NORTON?On Tuo?l?y. November 21, 1M2, at <
T.aa i?. m.. PktkJI., ton o{ Thomas and Ann Nor '
xoti, aged M years.
Knneral notice tomorrow.
TKAVKLKKS' GUIDE.
DKPAltTPBK OFTr.AUlS?wnBKUSO TIMt
Sua- W.Kl 1
liny. A. M. A.M. P.M. P.M. A.m. 1
S. AO. B.R - Lf.-> HMO 2.10 $.0 7.1V
P. M.
CcntO. Dlv 9 15 a 15 ll:J5 fS:40
VM P. &B.DIv ......... 6:40 1:50 410
A.M. I
t'ler. A Pittf 6:00 11:10 1:50 14:55
P. K. '
r.,g. ABt.L... a.m. 6:32 8:52 1:5* 4:17 6:47
V.bl p. m. a. m. A. M. i
C..T.V.AW,1 *9:80..; "5:30 12:00 6:00 WTO ABR1VAL
O? TRAINS, |
3un- W. Ft
dty. A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. I\U. '
B.AO. R.R 12:15 10:20 1 15 9:10 3:40
P.*. A.M. A.M.
Cent. O. DlV- 010 9 50 2:55
A.M. P.M.
W.,P.AB.Dlv 8:25 11:20 6:25
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Clov. APiltn I 11:40 fi:C8l n-.M
a.m. a.if. A.*. a.if. p'.V." P."*."
P.,0. A St. L.. 11:0! 8:52 8:37 11:02 4 02 7:17
C..T. V. A Wm ?&4QIi10:2^ 2:25 *3*00 j
j'steubenvlUo Accoimnoaituou.-?Tiiia irau during
the day pasxs backward and forward beHvcoa
Martin'* Ferry and Ihllalre; iloppinRwhen ruqulrod
ftt tho 8hertnan Houbo, .Ktoaulie, WMt Wheeling
tnd Grovel HUl.
S Maffillou Accommodation. a
St. Clalrovlllo Accommodation* b
T.. V. ?t W. Twins run by Columbus time, i
tC'ambrldge I.ocnl duly except Sunday. 1
TJC7HEELIKG A2?J) ELM GROVE R.R. ;
On ami nflerjilCW?DAY, October 23,1S82. cirs on j
tho Wheeling und Bin Grove Railroad will run as
fallows;
Through cure lowing Car* to and from Kulton. l>
tho city (comer Haricot ?r?.20 a. u. '?20 r. u.
ftndwcvi'jjthstreet*),and 7,00 ' S:C0 " ?
Stiunm'*, Rt - 7: to " 3:40 "
'6:20 a. k. 2:20 T, m. 8:20 " 4:20 "
17:00 " 3 t0 9.00 " 5 00 ' 7:40
" 5:00 " 9:40 &40 " t
9:00 " 0:20 u 10;<W " 620 ? \
10:20 " 7:43 " 11:20 7:C0
11:40 " 9:00 " 11:10 V 7.-10 ? ;
1:C0 p.?. 12:20 P.M. 8:20 " .
From tho city. 1:00 " 0:00 " ?
tFrom Stamurs. 1:40. V
?Sund?y?esccpiod.
0C-1 JUS, KLKEU, tuperlntcadcnt,
HEWABVEftTIREMKHTa.
WANTED-A GOOD ST1' .r^TTr^
VV llouv. luiulu ol W ^ ?'i,"1
Wotki. MnrtUi'i f uriy.Otiln tlln'? Jetty atojo
.. . nori
FOOMS8WI0^:?.-,ii DA1lK B,VY MAUK'
r??vinai?iB vl "p7/i 1,11 In Rood ohler. Price
rttvmnbjfl. j.ll.Mn'K.icmMSmMwci. nan
3?0li &AIJUORQAK-A JfO. 1 01?.
* V Jiwn?inu.1? SM^' for ,ft,C low. Cull Mtlll Me
n. h, CHUISIMan, Kq. iOU Market Mrett. tio2J
JjJMRELLlSIl YOUR HOUSES.
I.OVELY I'ICTURtS,
tLHGANT FHAMK',
Hftnd Painted I'lnpnc*, Christina* nnd New Yeats
Cards. KlKU'd AhTHXultK. 1WA Mailt ttrvvt.
Sew antral* (rptafldM dlsniay, ftutl tvorylhlug
?cnrvt l?ti>ly i nil anil *oe. 1U)1&
JJOU SALli,
A utcc lltllo Guttagc House of three toonu,
hall, porch anil pantry, No. 02 l-'orty-ftfth
street. \\ in uc sola cheap for cash.
UKO. P. POWN'AU.
gi'Aiuatnw,
n:NDi:i!Loi.v,
1UGKB0XKS. Ac.
TO DAY, AT
]>. 0.1,1ST, JII.'B,
FonrlPenlh Bu
gOOlAL AXI) KliOEPTlOH.
Tim I.udlrs of iliPZuioStrott Jr. 15. Clmreb
will glvo a Social ami Inception At the
Church this evening, November 22, 1882.
Buppoe soma from fi to 8 v. m. Kefresh?
mentsTiaotolO i\n.
Admlwfon 10 cents. ?-a9?>
rtMlK UK! SQUKCSCB.
It Isduolo jjic that M. Jlellly should say
to tlio public that I am neither indebted to
him of the Spring House Compasy ior any
sum whatever,
nc.'Ji c.KOltfl 1: SCIUXA P.K.
p.VUI.UH HUlv-l'LACE UEATISU.
TUB "ORAND JtALTIMOKK" Ft ft K-I'I.ACK
11EATKR never falls to gtvoentiresatiifaction. Cull
and sec them at
KEsmrr a BUO/U,
no'Ji 1.UJ Market Street.
Business College
Two Counts-Commercial course and common
Kuglldi branches. special nrtimgeracats for thorough
instruction in the English branches. Individual
instruction. Can cuter at any liit?. Ladies
admitted. Cull lit Coliego oMce or seiul for ilreniare.
Addrcwt,
J.M. I'ltASIIKllft CO.,
anHMvs.vw Wlu'ollntf. W. Va.
pUOl'OSALS TO SUPPhY CO Ah.
Proposal* to fnrnl'h the I'tiblic Sehoolsof the c ity
Willi Coal il tiling the tirc^cnt reboot year. will l>o
received at the odicc of the Hoard of Judication utitit
IIIursdiiy, November iM, 1882, nt 7)^ o'clock i'.
m.. at which time the Hoard w ill meet to examine
bids ami awapl coutract. Kuch nro|>asal must
sjteoify at what rate per bushel the bidder w ill supply
ciioa school lepurutely with clean top coil from
the date o! thecontraet with bidder, until the end
of the preheat school year.
TliQ.perMH or |t6notts w Jto*y bid or bids arc accepted
will bii required to enter Into a written contract
with the Heard,awl to glvcsiuilicletit tenuity
to keep the fBiiif.
The light to reject any ami all bids Is reserved.
Bids should be enclosed lu Killed envelope* endorsed
"Frortot.?Ls to supply coal," and addressed
11. 11. PKNDLtTON,
Clerk Hoard of Education.
noSl No. -H Kouitcenth Street.
gEALKU MQL'OXAUs,
CJTV CK VVltKK! ISO, )
Ci.eik's Omen, November 20, issilj
Proposals for repairing the roof of the Capitol
Bmldltig and Towers wllf be received nt theoillce
cf the City Clerk, till Friday, November t!l, 1SS2, nt
Vi o'clock ?. Persons bidding must nut in wparate
bids for painting ami repairing the tin roofs
and tower*. The paint to be used in list'bo mineral
rod point, mixed ivitn boiled linu.nl oil and put
on in a workmanlike ma ncr; thereof to be tlioroufthiy
swtpt. IHds nniht be by the squareyard for
painting the roof, and by tUenpiare yanl lor painting
the towers, 'l'hc bid for raiting tne tin root
and towers must be in a bulk Including renal!a to
toe conductor on iho noititsldenf the building.
All bidjinust be addressed to John H. ltobinaon,
'Chairman of the Committee on itenl Estate.
The Committee reserves the tight to reject any or
nil bids. Fit AN K B0WKK3,
do'jj ' mta.ni? -
pUBLLC SALE OF
PKLNTIXG PRESSED TYPE, Ac.
lty vir'ue of ft Deed of Trust dated April 11th,
1851, and recorded in the oillccof the Clerk of the
County Court of Ohio county, Wot Virginia, in
Deed of Trust li-jolc NOTl". pace 5i5, 1 \^il. on
SATOUOAV. NGVKMUgr.tf, 18*!, at No. ITJt Marsetsireet,
VVneelit},', West Virrfi'.iin, ?ell at public
auction'the following ?le crlbed properly, to-wit:
one Wellington ll^nd I'rlutim; Press, isizc of bed
JlxSG inches.
One Jtobeuei Job IViBiiug l'/cts, hire of chafe
0x10 indue.
Seven Stands of Type?100 Mies?including a
nuitmhyof Iatkc type, of both metal and wood.
Alioa number of lii'.tnl and woodcuts, and other
tlxtnres belonging to a printing oaice.
Teums ok sa.I.K?Cash; or, for mi ins of thirty dollars
and over, ninety day*' time will be given, the
purchaser giving interest bearing notes wl'h opproved
xocurlty.
The property can be sten nt the West Virginia
Stencil awl i'enl Works ol A. T. Cuttor, No. 17;!1
Market street. Wheeling.
WILLIAM KEMvINK,Trustee.
Wheeling, Pet, gl lss-j. oca w
OPK I?A_ HOUSE.
TUESDAY* HVKNIXU, NOV. 2Sth.
The Only, The Original,
WILL AITEAR
Tlio Grand Comic Opera Company,
From Thalia Theatre, New York,
Caui. IlF.itnMANN Manager.
rhc Largest awl Moist Complete Foreign Organization
In America,
!? the Ja.st nud greatest Kuronean OiorntlaSueeciS,
In Voice Acts, by Jolnitin bintUM,
'J?lie Ltxcrry War!
iVIth Original Ijvst anil Rime Larce ami I'otrerftil
Chorus that muck' Its success lu.Netv York.
Ei-wust-Costume*, Aiumested Op.ciiestua.
PlllCKS.?Parquet and Drew Circle SI.CQ; Kc4>rveil
boats !.?>. Gallery, 50 cents; Ucnorvcd
?cals 75 cents. Seats on tale at U'ilsan ?fc Banmer's
nnslo store, sale to commence Satuttlivy, November
loth. nori
ANOTHER ARRIVAL
-ortniv^'r*^
??
m pictures i
Water Colors, Elegant Subjects, .
klory Stewart ami Kizzio, Laura and Petrarquc,
Congratulation, Presenting I
the Bride, Country Cousin, :
Ami other desirable subjects.
Elegant Frames, Fine Mouldings,
And Art Novelties in Profusion, at the
MURE HOUSE ART STORE, io22
E, L. NICOU', Acent.
KRAFT'S
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The only safe and certain cuio for \
Jholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea,
Djseiitarjr, Colic, Crarapj, Snm- j
liicr Complaints, Sc.
InTnluable for children during their Second
uramor. In use for more than I wen I y years nnd
iH? never tolled. No cure no pay. Price w cento.
{. A . McCAKE & CO., Proprietors,
]yl WllKKI.lSr,. W.VA.
glUDGKPOHT COAL.
The celebrated Bridgeport Coftl can be bad
y sending your order by postal card or teleibono
to
KOHNL1NE BROS.,
nol5 "Bridgeport, Ohio.
BATTLE AND HOG FEED
u t
For Bale Cheap. I
Vhcciiug (Ivapc Sujftr nnd Rcllniug Co. E
A. 0. EGERTEK, *
Secretary
CLOAKS &C.-OEO. B. TAYLOR.
GEO. R.TAY10R.
1150 BAIN STREET.
CLOAK
Department
AVn licg to inform our customer
Unit wo will plum on sale on Monday
morning our
NEW STOCK
-orSEAL
SKIN
SACQUES.
And oiler them nt fairly remunerative
prices". In the selection ol
this stock we coullncd ourselves to
the best known niunnl'acturcs ami
tlio belter grades, mnl Irel that nil
the sooils we oiler ill this line are
worthy ol' our recommendation,
ImtJi as to quality and shape. The
shape ot our Saciiuos this season
differs somewhat from that ot former
years, and'we consider the
change an improvement. We shall
lie glad to show our Seal Sacqucs
to nil who may call, whether tliey
wish to buy or not.
Geo. R, Taylor.
f
CLOAK DEPARTMENT!
Hnving enlarged tliis department
wc lire prepared to offer great inducements
to customers in variety
of styles of
CIItCULAltS,
DOLMAXS,
I'ELLISSES',
SAMjUES,
JACKETS, Ac.
Geo.il. Taylor.
CLOAK DEPARTMENT!
Geo. R. Taylor,
OUR STOCK
?OF?
Hisses' Cloaks
Df all Sizes ami a variety of Styles
ivill l)o complete on Monday morning,
and we will tnko pleasure in
showing them to nil who may wish
to see them.
Geo J. Taylor.
DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT!
slock au aim complete. com-'
. rising some rave liargains in
USHMERE *
EMllItOIDERED
T.(OJi?S,
at only
FEN DOI.URS,
That litiTe "ooc-n $22.50.
Boo J. Taylor,
.-a .
"B?
.. .1. iJ
GROCERIES AND TOBACCO.
TIMOTH Y SEED
?AXD?
PHtENIX POTT FLOUR.
1,000 Buga Prime and Cbo!c? Timothy Seed
for Bole,
Phoenix Patent flour always lu stock.
Try It. It i,s tlio beat.
Headquarters for AHBUCKLK'B Justly
Celebrated CQFFJSb!,
FULL LINE OP GltOCEItlES.
Cull to SCO U.M.
Jos. Speidel Ac Co.
icw wiiowsM.i:auoct:i;8. |
S.BAM.M
Have the LargMfc and most Complete . |
Stock ot
GROCERIES!
In the State,
2 Car Loads of Soapine
ltecelveil 1 astweek. This $3 known.as tho
beat in the Market.
We oiler Hp'oclal Inducements in
CANNED TOMATOES & PEACHES
Ajjd all otiier Canned Goods.
TOBACCOS, TEAS & SYRUPS
Sold lower than hoy other house in our line
in tho State.
Before buying call and examine our large
and extensive stock ot Rrocuries. A large
discount to cash buyers.
S. BAER & SOUS,
U12 nml 1-tU Main Street.
?el3.
TO THE GROCERY TRADE,
I take pleasure in announcing to my oM patrons
and to the tntdo generally, that, alnce the Into 11 ro
at my establishment. I have thoroughly renovated
tuy buildings, nud urn now prepared to offer as
large and varied h htoek pf general groceries ntid
provisions its can be Jound In Jin? t?iale. The#?
goods are all new und ojirolully selected.
My own euro ofclioleo smoked meats delivered
direct (torn my Pork Houeo at Manchester.
1 have been appointel solo agent in the city Tor
tho following leading spedultiu', vl*:
tturnhml Chemical Works' Eenowr.ed
Yensll'uivder In lioltles.
l\J. Killer's l'riiltlSnUcrsaud I'rtservcs.
Frank .Slddal's lfomlcrfiit .'joap.
Wuril'i IV lute llorax Soap.
Wind's Electvifvins Soap.
McXamarn's (!l?i'}? 1'ol>ar,co.
Mc-Upia's 'Onward Tobacco.
Wcjiuan & Bros'. .Celo'orated riUsliiirgli
Smoking 'foliaceo.
DilPonl's Sporting, Klllo, Mining and
lilasiiug I'ovidcr.
FAMILY AND IUKEKS' FLOUR.
VlcConuelhrrille dohl Sheaf Patent Flour,
Uent in 1!ic market.
Silver Star?IJakcr's Flour.
Daily JJread?Maker's Flo nr.
M. BE ILLY,
WHOLESALE GROCER & PORK PACKER,
No3. 1309 and J3J1 3Iain Stnct,
jya; Wheeling, W. Va,
JJEW CROP
Mew Orleans Masses!
Just ii.isoeived at
SMYTH'S.
IT IS IM1I3IE:.
oc31
JMKST OF THE SEASON.
FLORIDA ORANGE?,
bananas,
MALAGA GRAPES. F1G9, ?tc.
. GEO. K.-JHeMKCHliN,
nol4 l."C(? Market Street, j
SHREDDED OATS,
GRANULATED TAPIOCA,
SAGO, WHEAT, FARINA, OATMEAL
and their celebrated Potted anil Cur nod
meats for summer use, at
noH McMKCHKN'S. Mnrkn*. St.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM VVTTING*
^JIRIMBLE & IVTZt '
^LXjr]Vr.BEE.S,
Gas and Stm lite,
1+18 Markot Street,
Heating and ventilating of puWic bitilil'
Inge, dwellings and factories a specialty.
?u?l
ipuoMi'SOS & UIBBA:RD,
ntACTICAL I'J iU?iJ!ER8,
Gas and Ste.am Fillers (
1314 MARK' ?T STREET,
Wlifclliitf, W. Vn.
SPECIALTIES,
Steam Heating And Ventlli Hon,
lied Jacket Ton oPuinp,
TJnd erwrltera Gna Mftclilno.
WlTOrrtcrs twa the eowi try promptly filled.
SCO
"^yar. lUjfE ,t so x,
"TRAOIICAI/ J'LU.MDERS,
ttA'S AND STEAM FITTERS,
My A*? Twelfth Strp.et
_f 11 work done promptly fit rcn/nimlilc prlc-j. ja"
7jMJKE F1TTON,
riucricai, plumber,
Gas and Steam Fitters
1116 SIAIN BTItEET,
All nrilorn promptly tn. in<
TUST OPENED.
o
A n Elegant lino o?
stand, bracket & librauy
LAMPS, CHAESJERUc
Also in stock a largo variety of
Table Cutlery and Carvers,
Offered at reasonabl priccs.
I JOHN FRIEDErj,
' oc2C 11C0 MAIN STItllET,
PRY C00D9.
""'jffiAS'XTEiBKV
Dry Goods Store
MARSHALL & GO,,
UIO M^.X3STST.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
I'OItTHK WJEEK.
All Wool I Hull I.l(o Sultlui!*, 4il Inclics
wide, 87M cents n yard, worth $1.25.
All Wool Delinigo,45lnchea wid'e,60cBiilf(
worth 73 cents.
Ladies' Merino Vests, 42cents, equal to any
Bold elsewhere at GO cents.
Ladles' Fino Merino Vests, 7.r) ceuls, worth
$1.1)0.
Gent*' Merino Shirts ntul Drawers, :i?X
cent?, good value for $1.00.
Gcrite' Scotch Wool Shirts and Drawers,
extra heavy, at 7-ri cents, worth $1.00.
Ladies' Fine Cashmere Hose, -12 cents,
would bo cheap at fo) cento.
All Wool Blankets and Flunuela at Job*
bcrs' prices.
[ Black Goods a Specialty,
1 MARSHALL & CO.,
no20 '
J.S. RHODES & CO.
A1!E OKI'EHIYn !
OXJJ1VET
BLACK SILKS
Tlie llrsl (Ms nude for wear, at
$1.25,1.50,1.65,2,00, and Upwards,
T'.io above prices are the lowest thttse Silks
ha ve ever readied.
Winter Wraps!
Dolimms, Cloaks, I'lir-Lincd Oirculiirs
anil Seal Skin Sacqnos, the
newest Styles sit very low prices.
A complete slock ol" Fine and
medium DRESS GOODS, in new
and choice styles.
iinS
DRU0C.18T8.
LADIES BEAD THIS!
l'EPPJJJl liiat isI'Ul'PUU!
C15KA.H0N, that Is CISS.UIOK.
pcjje spices:
ALL KINDS, AT
LOGAN <& CO.'S,
JJnlgglst, Hiltlce Corner,
Catsup Bottles!
Fruit Jars, Salad Dressing,
Pure flavoring Extracts,
Highly Perfumed Toilet Soaps, Toilet
Seta, Thermometers,
Barometers, at low prices.
SOLD BY
LOGAN &> CO.
me unn^crappBC nmcun
I III* liUUUlrtllUUI ullU EJULIU111 i
IS LOGAN, LIST & CO.'S
Excelsior Baking Powder.
Tho best and chcnpcst reliable Powder In the
market. A? Wr?? orders to
LOG-A-ilsr <3c CO.,
fell* jOhikkIsU, Bildpe Cornor.
TJSE THE
Baking Powder !
IT IS PUKE AXD .WHOLESOME.
SOLD BY
R. II. LIST, Manufact'r,
1010 MAIN STREET, .
An<l by nil Hurt-elm* Oenlcrs. ' no.1
MUSICAL^ GOODS.
QltGAIS'S FOR QllUKClI USE.
A number of excellent
SECOND HAND ORGANS,
Suitable for Churcli or Sunday School, ns well as
l'nrlor u?e, Hi low pi Ices, on unsy tenm, at
SHBIR'S MUSIC t>TORE.
110I8 63 Twelfth St.. \VnnhliiKtoii Hull.
QUEAT DAEGAINS
in several gouti
SECOND-HAND ORGANS,
noI8 At Wrr.SO.V & BAUirKK'S,
JfOlt SALE.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND
Steimvay Piano,
AT A BARGAIN.;
Call soon.
LUCAS' J1CSIC STOltE,
jc29 11-12 Main Street.
OSTERS. If ANGERS, CARDS, ETC.
In style* that can't bo beat, uttbo Pally Intel*
llconccr Job Office.
04?
DRY GOODS.
Gea. E. Stifel & Oo.'s
FALL
** Ak k k-k *** A -k-k+Mtick A * i
! ANNOUNCEMENT!!
* *
SILKS
Bonn'et Silks aro acknowledged to I)
one of the bent wearing .Silks in liio tnai
ket. We nro now prepared to show n com
plcto lino of these desirable Silks, whlcl
were purchased ut lower prices than ween
bin* thorn at now.
We respectfully solicit nn examination
feeling eonlldenfthattho low pricea wear
iiskiri^ for them cannot be duplicated ii
the city.
We are also showing full lines of otlie
first-claes brands.
WRAPS!
Having recently enlarged and remoi'
eled our Cloak lioom, we aro better pit
pareil than ever lo exhibit our immens
ami well selected etoek of 1-ailies' an
Misses' Wn\j)8. That they aro cheap, sty
ish, well-made ami the nerfectiou of fit, i
acknowledged by every lady who has ej
ainined Mum
RI mm Pto
tubraimc* E v; tuiui
AVe receive Homc-Mude Blankets nn
Flannels from over a dozen of the princ
mil factories iu Ohio. West Virginia, aiv
Pennsylvania, which enables ua to sho\
every variety. Our prices are rock bottom
PLUSHES!
And VELVI-7TS in all shades and qual
ties. Fine Black and Seal Plushes fo
Sacqncs n specialty.
OEO.E.STSFEL&GO.
1114 Main St.
oc21
STONE & THOMAS
FALL TRADE
For 1883.
JXJST OFE3STEX31
FULL LIKES OP
L-AZDIIES'
DRESS GOODS!
Silks, Satins,
CASHMERES, BROCADES
YELYETS, PLUSHES,
-ANDSUITINGS
LATEST STYLES
Cloaks.Dolmans&Sacp:
IN CLOTH.
T-iined Silk Wrap.*
Ladies', Gent's and Children'
Underwear, Full lines,
Gent's and Boys' Suitings, El<
gant Goods.
BLANKETS.
West Tirginla Country Flannels
the best in the Trade.
ELEGANT CARPETS
All Latest Patterns?Body Brussels, Tapestry
and Ingrains, Rugs. ?
Oi1 Cloths, Linoleum, Windov
Sialics, and Curtains,
Great llargaius.
Carpets Cut Without Extra Charge.
J <ive Oeoso Feather.1
Alwajs on Hand.
we uoiin a uiose uasti rratif
A Lot of Kcmnnnts and La?
Season's Goods at one-hull' tlicl
Valuo.
Stone&Thoma!
1030 Main Street.
or!)
QAMI'iiKLL'S CHOICE PttESEKV.ES
IN' WOODEN* I'A 11-3.
II you want the very test buy none but Joeoj
Campbell ?fc Co.'k mukc.
Take no other brand.
All good U roccra Keep them, ocU
EDUCATIONAL.! i
i A SCHOOL FOR GIRLSl
' SECURITY. MGTHKRLY CARE, 0001) HOAKIK
ISO, DELIGHT FOL LOCATION AND
REASONABLE CIURQSi
JIT. DK CIIA-NTAIj AUADKMY,
NEAR WHEELING, \V. VA.
The thirty-fourth year of this well kuown whoo
for ilrla, uudet thechanwof theBbtcnol the VI*
lutiou, ojn'irn oo the MRS1 MONDAY OK bkk
TKMBKR next, ami continue* tcu raonthi
IMftlU kccWwI Ht unjr tlu?u lu the wj^loa.
Ic Thoec \vhodc?lro to pIbw their daughten in an in.
atltutluu ailordluK except oually eoofl ?dv?iitag? iu
the WW of healthful and delightful lorttlou, ei.
eellent board, thorough dUoiplliio una limttuctlon
Ml the liaudi of llfo-lona teachm, in twrj o.-i>?it'
went of IcmaJo education, Including tla- Uiuieii,
t lAtiunoses biiJ lnunlc, nt vety rvtuoti^blc uu*
fchouW wiMlfotAOHUli??? of thin elujol, AdUft*
mKKCTHKwS OK TlfK AOAUKMY
OK Till: VISITATION,
.. Mt. 1)KC?UKT4L
lyfrl-PAW ' Noftf Wheellnn. W. Va.
WEST VIRGINIA UHIVERSITY.
, Tho noxtiwwloubcRlni lUU'THMM'.U Clh, lwr
? Tkn Hki'akat# School*. Including School (){ill*,
[i lory anil Pchool ol KnulUb. Full coum* hi
7 nn*l MoUli'luo oxtnidlntf throtiKhmit tho ?mu>u
Knlar#t'd (mcIHiIcr for atudy of l'hy?lcal Memta |
and SclontlQo Apiculture; Completely
chcmlcnl labrutory. Thorough cour<? In a i,hcUi
G unil MoJcm liuinutmtfcrtmllliorHturo. TeuUwk*
r. atcoht. Ncociwty cxkmivb not over friT/v. Fllf
, rfttaloxiiCH uuil uthit lulottunllou riMh-h
, W. U \MIJiON, I'toMilrat,
U HOf) Mnroaninwn. \\ . \V
1\ _
U0SINEG8 CARDS.
'i gTEI'LlliN McCOLLOUGlI,
11 Cftrnentor um\ lJuilder.
lirJck Buildings rrceit-d rompleio lit Ml modem
T imorovehu'iiv. Atvj wooden bull'lttipi tltuil up
comiik'Ui on lot. Woodo.n buiUliupi fruuied uua
fitted up 111 yiwd at work Khop and ukiu to any
pattttiiu comj'lotcu. wn rvaxmublo tonus. All altera
tbnimauQ on old bulUUiiiw, root* valley* mij
iky-IittbtH uarticiUatly ftttond?.d to. HMM-ounut*,
and Hr.clvfiiK titled up on fchort notliv; *tor\> Irontj
put in ami atorw altered. lleMilom-u No. b'J Blxleentu
hta-et, formerly oocuj-led bj- Mr, lka Kxkv
, ... ,? in'y is, invlt"
^ j^EAKGUS AVI I ALLY,
1 3G*ttHl?loM?l?le Root JVI?il<ci%
^ OS TWELFTH 8TRKET,
Next to ShcriiTi ottlcv.
0 Tho Beat nttterUl. test fH atul most rois.iUrtlilo
(j prlcea for tho very ln-M werk In Hit- thy,
|. ^yilEELlNG B01LEK WCtfiCS.
f Manufacturer* of portable, utaftonnry, murine
k* boiler*, btccchlns, chimneya, tankw, Hill*, Juon
shutttrs and u/J Itlmls of heavy blieot iron work.
Dealers In second-hand hollow. For Inloraatliiu
apply to COX * MOKIthiON,
No. lCOrt Market Mretl
Telephone C-'il. Rcpalraapoclftl attention. Teruu
teasowdilo. roytv
0. LIST, Jr.,
POEK PACKEB j
Aiidcuror ol tho celebrated CUE8TKR MRAT8,
wjiich wo now reaily and for Kale at
28 FOURTEENTH BTUKET.
(1 My B. 0. Meata tro all bmwled, "LUt'a Ctwkt."
[.
d J M. OLOCJS'ION,
* * drains la
Grain, I! ronml Foc<l,Mcd Hay, Stratr it,
Bouth Street, Near Market Strict Bridge,
Will pay tho hlghcfit market price for vkoit, corn.
ami rrntR. jaU
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
A LEXANDEIl DONE, SllT, ""
MH'ARY PUBLIC, GENERAL IlfSlSKa ASH
LICENSED REAL ESTATrf AtifcYT, STOCK
j AND MONliY BllQKJCR.?Reed*, U-bh>. Aektmwll"
cdgcincnts. and rnrinotthlp Am* incutsdrawnui>,
ir Merchant*' and Manufae.uri'is' hocts o|H.-nwl.
Horses Rented, Rents Collected, Colltctlon*
proJuj>t)y remit led?All butt mm cf>tutim<ieinv
eonlhitidlully attended to. No llftt Market ?ticet,
"Oti's Mock corner Market and Twelfth rtmt>,
Wheeling. West Virginia. nol"
J-.J C. 1'E'fEUMAN,
.Jitsilco of ilic Peftcc.
5 J Ofllco?Lower JTnd of Hcroml Wan! h?*.?
Will attend to theeolleeticn of claims. All business
will l;c promptly attended to. jml
_ JAMES A. IIENRY,
LICKN3KD REAL ESTATE BROKEN,
_ And General Business Agent, Collector und Notary
t Public,
JG15 JlAltKCT STIir.ET. I
Tcrsotm! attention given to renting Iionsw,rtillectins
tents, puicliutic and sale?f icaloMiite. Ifilln
and i eiiKiotis certified; Deeds, I.ums uml oilier
written instruments pre]mri*d. rv!> |
JAMES GILCHRIST,
Civil Engineer, Surveyor and Kxarainer
of Land Titles.
Office:?42 Twelfth Street, Wheeling,
W. Yn. Telephone, No. .09. nn!7.
0. 0. SMITH,
Iieul Estate, Bond & Stock Broker.
Special attention given to collecting rents iud Ihi
general management of Real Estate.
mhl 1220 Main street, Wlicellug. "ff. V*.
| PROFESSIONAL.
' DR. HULLIFIEN has returned to the city a:tJ re9
suxned the practice of medicino and surKcry. Ua
tan be found at ttio
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
over the City Ban If. Siarlrc t f tr^t. m;3
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
B. DAYENPQET, C. I). E001J&T05,
General. 0/ D. Efn;lc*toa & Sou,
j ?. DAVjENPOET .to CO., I
C OMlMlSSioixr
Dealers ia Grain. Klonr. Roods. Provftfous. G'ftooic i
and Dried Krultu.
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