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THE INTELLIGENCER,
Published daily (Huudayi excepted),
I'RETT, CAMPBELL A HART. PROPRIETOR#,
At Noe.23 and 27 Fourteenth Struct.
TERMS OF DAILY:
One copr one je*r...i9 Co | Three won the 42 CO
Six inonthi 4 001 Odq mouth 76
lMillrered by carrlcn lu city, 15c per week.
TKLBMS OF HKMMVEEKLY:
0no reir - 13 OOltitx mont II w
TERMS OF WEEKLY:
One year 41 w I Six month*- II co
Great mliictlou to CIum. Send for latnplo copy
ntul clrtulin. AJiirtit,
FREW, CAMPBELL A HART.
MrrNiif, ir. r<t.
[Entered ?t the IWofflce at Wheeling, W. Va.,aa
ttTondelna matter.]
WHEELING, W. VA., NOVEMBER *(), 1M2.
itlltrrnvf StntlHtt< H \Ve*t VJrtffiiJft.OllJo
nuil iNMiiioylviiiilit.
Census bulletin 1103, just received at UiIh
ofllco I rom Washington, shows that tlio
whole uuiiilier of persons lu the Hulled
Stolen of 10 yearn nud upwards In 1880
was 30,701,007, imd of this number 4,1)20,-151
were unable to read, (wblcli is 10.1 pur
cent) and 0,200,958 unable to write, which
is 17.0 per cent. The number o/ white
peraouB ol 10 years of ago and upwards In
tbe United States m 112,100,400, aud of
these tbe number unable to write was
3,010,080, or 0.4 per cont The number of
native white persons in the United States
, of 10 yenrs of aijo and upwards was 25,785,789,
mill.of these the number uuablo
to write vriiB 2,'-55,400. or 8.7 per eent. The
whole number of foreign born whites of 10
years of age and upwards was 0,1174,011,
aud of these there were 703,0110 unable to
write, or 12.0 per cent. The whole number
of colored persona of 10 years of ngo
mid upwards was 4,001,207, and of these
3,220,878 were unable to write, or 70.0 per
eent
In 1V<wt Virginia, the wholo number of
persons of 10 years of ago and upwards was
428,580, and of these 52,041 were uuablo to
read (or 12.1 per cont) and 85,375 unable to
write, or 19.9 per cent The wholo number
of white persons in the Stale of 10 veais of
age and upwards was 410,141, and of these
75,237 were unable to write, or 18.3 per
cent The native whites of 10 years of age
and upwards in the State were 392,242, and
of these 72,820 were unable to write, or 18.0
per cent.
The whole number of foreign Ijorn whites
of 10 yeara of age and upwards in the State
was 17,S9'J, and of these 2,411 were unable
to write, or 13.5 per cent. The whole number
of colored persona in the State of 10
veara of age and upwards was 18,410, and
of these 10,139 were unable to write, or
55.0 per cent.
- Over in Ohio, the whole number of persons
of ten years of age and upwards, was
2,35)9,307, and of these the number unable
to read was 80,754 or 3.0 per cent, and the
number unable to write 131,847, or 5.5 per
cent. The number of white persons of ten
years of age and upwards in the State was
2,339,528, and of these 115,491 were unable
to write, or 4.9 per cent. The number of
white natives of ten years of nge and upwards
in the State was 1,952,858, and of
these 83,188, or 4.3 per cent, were unable to
write. The number of foreign-born whites
in the Stato of ten years of age and up
ntkiuo mu ooU|U(u uuu ui III CSC Or
8.4 per cent, were unable to write. The
number of colored persons of ten years of
age and upwards in the State was 59,839,
and of these 10,352, or 27.3 per cent, were
unable to write.
Among our Pennsylvania neighbors, the
whole number of persons of 10 years of age
and upwards in the State -was 3,203,215,
and of these 140,138, or 4.6 per cent, were
uuable to read, and 228,014, or 7.1 per cent,
unable to write. The whole number of
white persons of 10 years of age and upwards
in the State was 3,136,501, and of
these 140,15S, or 4.0 per ceut, were unable
to read, and 22S,014, or 7.1 percent, unable
to write. The whole number of whites of
10 years of uge and upwards in the State
was 3,13(1,uG I, aud of these 209,981, or 0.7
per cent, were uuable to write. 'The
whole number of white natives in the State
of ten years and upwards was 2,502,458,
and of these 123,205 or 4.8 per cent were
unable to write. The whole number of
foreign whites of ten years of age and upwards
was 574,103 and ot these 80,775 or
15.1 per cent were unable te write. The
whole number of colored of ten years of
age and upwards was 00,05-1, aud of these
JS,033 or 27,1 per cent were unable to
write.
PERSONAL.
Governor-elect Grant, of Colorado, is ft
nutive of Alabama and but 30 years of age.
General Robert Toombs impresses Washingtoniaiis
as "brilliant, hale aud unrepentant."
Governor elect Butler is said to bo engaged
to Miss Kate Pattison, of the Langtry
troupe. .Silly story.
Keuator Butler will deliver the address at
the unveiliug of the Confederate monument
in Charleston on Thursday.
AV. ]). Howells is still in Switzerland,
He protests that he was misunderstood
about Dickens and Thackeray. Ho means
to write ft full essay on them. t
father Ryan, tho Southern poet-priest,
will lecture in Boston next month, anil
Governor St. John, of Kansas, expects to
do a liitle talking in tho Bay State about
the samo time.
Mr. Georgo "W. Cable, of Now Orleans, is
to deliver Jit th? .Tnnnu TT..:
- -- -- uuj'aiuo uuivur*
sity, in Baltimore, a course of six lectures
in March, next upou, the relations of
literature to modern society.
Tlieodoro D. Weld, the veteran abolitionist,
co-worker with William Lloyd Garrison,
celebrated liis eightieth birthday at
his home, near Boston, Inst Thursday. He
Is slill.Ingood health, and mentally vigorous.
?
BREAKFAST BUDGET.
Diptheria is very prevalent in Baltimore
and is increasing.
Three hundred and three school-houses
have been built in Indiana during the
present year, at a total cost of S35,440.
"A man has just died in the Oity Hospital
at Lafayette, Ind., of lockjaw, caused
by a barrel of cider falling on his leg and
crushing the bone.
Report Bays that the government of Harvard
University is taking steps to honor
itself and an illustrious name by appointing
Dr. Oliver "Wendell JHolmes temerUiu
Professor of Anatomy.
The Boston Post remarks that Thanksgiving
ia a week behindhand this year,
and it will probably take 200,000 bushels of
corn to,keep the turkeys up to tho weight
tlicy have already attained.
An Italian has discovered that the hatching
of silk worm circs mav be hnstonod hv I
friction. Tho process consists essentially
in bruBliing tho eggs vigorously for ten or
twelve minutes with a moderately hard
brush, nude preferably ol coarse grass. In
Icon than fifteen days tho eggs thus treated
will hatch out, with a product an healthy
aa that obtained in tho usual way.
It in said that the new iron steamer H. J.
J?w?ttmMe on average of fourteen miles
an hour on her recent trip (ram .Buffalo, N.
Y.i to Milwaukee, Wis., the whole distance
being run In two days and fourteen hours.
During Ids recent tour around the world
Joseph Cook delivered 230 lectures, all in
English. He waa surprised to lind how
generally tno English language was spoken
and uiulor&tood. Mr. Cook believes* Hint
KngUsti will bo tbe universal language of
the future.
The Legislature of Vermont has rejected
the proposition to submit a prohibitory
Amendment to the State Constitution to tho
vote of the people. It is said it was defeated
by tho ultra Prohibitionists, wlio want to
include native wine and cider among tho
forbidden articles, and hope to succeed
later in tho session.
The executioner's tariff in tho fourteenth
century was lately discovered in the archives
at Darmstadt. . For boiling a criminal
in oil tho executioner received 24 florins;
if the wretch was burned alive tho fee was
14 florins, and 10 for hanging; To break a
man on tho wheel cost 0 florins; tho fee for
the rack wus 5, and the same sum was
charged for branding on the shoulder or
forehead or for cutting off the nose and
ears.
DRIFT OF OPINION.
The Knllroml IlncUta Won't Work TIiIm
Time,
Huntingdon Advertiser.
The Wheeling Jlegintcr iB working tho
railroad racket, as it pertains to the Senatorial
succession, pretty lively. We venture
to suggest that tho Legislature elect
uugui iu uu pruuy wen ui> mat mubiucbs
by tbls time and wo trust it will not have
any weight this session. If the railrouds
promised in 1880 had materialized it might
be different.
And Vol llellntl Jio Nlioiv lu the Haitii
more t'niictlM.
Huntingdon Advertiser.
So far as the people of Cabell are concerned
there is very litllo'division among
them in preferring Governor Mathews for
the Senatorahip, and, so far as we have
been able to ascertain, .the people of the
other counties of this Senatorial district are
largely in accord with us.
Tub genuine Sakato<m Hum Hock Spri.vo
Water, for sale by ull druggists by the dozen,
bottle or gallou. Adilreas nil orders to
tbo High Hock Spring Co., Saratoga Springs,
X. Y.
J. P. Shirk, Agent at Wheeling, and R. K.
McConahey, Agent at Bridgeport. , daw.
on:ik ~
SCHICK?At Bellaire on Monday, November 27,
1882. at 10 o'clock a. si., Kranch, daughter of Martlu
and Elizabeth Schick, aged is years.
Funeral I rota lier parents' residence, one mile
west of Bellaire, this (Wednesday) at 1*2 o'clock
noon. Services at the German Lutherau Church in
Bellaire, at 1 o'clock r. a. Friends of the family
are invited to attend. Interment at It?e mil
Cemetery.
WILSON?On Tuesday, November 28, lSS'-\ at 3:20
o'clock P. u., Mrs. Emma L. Wilson, Untightero!
Frederick and Mary Widdel, in the28th year of her
age.
Funeral from the rcsidcuce oi her parents. No.
2111 Main Klreci, at 2 o'clock r. *., on Thursday.
Interment at Mt. Wood. Friends of tho family are
respectfully invited to attend. ?
FOR u jJPj&JLKr.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backnche, Hoadacho, Toolliachc,
Soro Tlirunl. SHflllui;*. Nprulnn. Ilrulaes,
liurtm. HcnhN. UUpm.
AND ALL UTIISU UUMLY J'AIMS AMI AlllES. .
flcli br Dru(|l't' ?u'1 ?*er??b?ru. I'l.'ij L'cuu a bottl*.
Direction* Id 11 Iau<uit|ti.
THE CIIAULEH A. YOGELER CO.
tlo-mm |? A-TWilXB* CP.) P?ltlB.rr, ?-L,U.8.icTHE
GREAT CURE! ,=
S? RHEUMATISM? I
^ Aa it in for all tho painful dittasoi of the r
| KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS. ?
c It oloaiues tho ystora of tho acrid poiaon *
(fl Uiat causes t!iO dreadftil wiiui. -
a only tlio vlctlma of Hhcumatiani can rcalixo. ?
? m THOUSANDS OF CASES. J
V, of tho wont forms of this tcrrlblo disease a
havo been quickly rellevoJ, and ia?horulac 5
? PERFECTLY CURED. ?
o micK, $i. liquid on dry, sold iiv duugcisth. ?
?X *4- Dry cnnlniacntbrmall. rz
WELL3,IUiCIIAlU)30N'&:Cj..DnrUgfftonYt. ^
i?rs '
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The ohly safe and certain cure /or
Cliolcrn, Cholera Morbus, Dinrrlioen,
Bjscutarjr, Colic, Cramps, Snmliicr
Complaints, &c.
Invaluable for children during their 8econd
Summer. In use for more than twenty years und
tin*never failed. Nocuronopay. Prlce&Ocenta.
R. A. McCAISE & CO., Proprietors,
IT! ft'HKKMNH. W.VA.
TKAVKLKliS' GUIDE.
DKPARTDRKOPTBX1N8?WHKKI.IXO TIM*.
Sun- I W. Pt
d&y. a.m. i.jc. p.m. p.m. a.M.
B. AO. B.R 1:55 8:4? .2:40 5:05 7:10
v. ir.
Cent. 0. Div ? 015 315 11:35 ]8'AQ
W..P.AB.D1V 6:40 1:80 4:10
a. ic.
Oley. ?S? Pitta 6:00 11:10 1:50 14:55........
P.,O.ASt.L? a.m. fl;S2 8:52 1:37 4:17 5:47
*:52 r. >t. A. N. a.m.
(L.T.V.AW, *0:30 "5:SOI 12:00 8:00 94:00
~ arrival op tra1k8.
jjim- \\\ ft
day. a.m. a.m. r.w. a.m. i\m.
B.AO.B. B 12:15 10:20 4:13 0:10 3:40
p.m. a.m. a.h.
CeHt. 0. PIT tt:10 9.53 2:55 ...
a. m. p. y.
W..P.AB.D1V...? 8:55 11:20 6:25 _
a.m. p. m. a.m.
Clev. A Pitta 11:40 6:08 7:57 1*42
a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
P., C. ASt. L.. 11:02 8:32 6:87 1L02 4:02 7:17
C.. T. V. A VL *8:40.^10:2^ 2:25 ?5-C>6
"i tjteubcnvillo Accommodation.?'I'Ma train during
tho day pomes backward tuid forward between
Martin's Ferry and BoUalte; stopping wlien required
at tho Sherman Houto, ^Jtaanlle, woit Wheeling
and Gravel H11L
1 Mastllon Accommodation.
St. ClAlrsvlllo Accommodntlon.
O.. T.. V. A W. Trains run by Columbus time.
tCambrldBO Loci<l daily cxcent Sunday.
XlplEKLING AND ELM GROVB R, R,
On ?nd nfter MONDAY, October 23,18S2, cure on
the Wheeling &nd Elm Grove iRallroad will run m
follows: ?
" Through care leaving Uw to ajid from Fulton",
the city (corner Market ?C;20a.m. 2:20p.u,
n.nd Kloventh?trccts),ttnil 7.c0 m 8:00 "
Btannn'8, ftt 7:40 " s:40 "
*0:20 ju k, 2:20 r. sc. 8:20 u 4:20 "
|7:00 " 3:40 " 9;00. &:00 ?
7:40 " 5:00 " 0:40 " 6:40 "
9:00 " C:20 " 10:00 " C:20 "
10:20 " 7:40 " 11:20 ' 7:00
11:40 " 0:00" 11:40 7:40 "
1:C0 t. M. 12:20 r. si. 8:20 "
From the city. 1:00 0:00 "
fKrom Summ'g. 1:40 u
' *Sundtyi excepted.
"oc2l Jua, KLKKil,tiuperlntv'udcnt,
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J^IKE THE FLOWERS IN SPRING,
KIRK'S
Fine Art ami Art Supply Store is already bloomirw
delightful lor the teuton with decant Pictures ami
eudlen attractions for PreteuU. sioyt Is your tlmo
to erabellfoh your homes cheaply.' Special Inducements
ai? on offer ut lOOSMalu street. Hurry up
and atciire them. nu25
pARLOK FIRE-PLACE HEATER.
THE "GRAND BALTIMORE" FIRE-PLACE
HEATER never Mill to give entirelatUfoctlon. Call
andiobtbcuiat
NK9HITT Si BRO.'S,
>io2J l.lt'J Market titreet.
J5K ASS 1UNNEK HODS.
Whiting's Indelible Elchlng Ink,
Pluuli Mirrors.
J art opened at the
jici.unr. house a'ut btOhb,
liow K. L. NICQLL, A Kent.
QPAUERIBS,
TENDERLOIN,
BAOKBONE8, Ac.
TO DAY, AT
D. 0. LIST, Jr.'B,
no2i) 28 Fourteenth SL
QYSTKK SUPPER.
TJjo Ladles 0/ Trlodelphla M* E, Church
will have an Oyster Supper at tho Church on
FRIDAY EVENING, December 1,1882. Let
everybody come. no21>
Q.OLD STRING 1'IANO FOliTES.
{Electro Muled Cold Proceex.)
Tito only perfect protection ugalnit runt. Warranted
to Ktand in uny climate or Httuosphoro. Tone
guaranteed to Ihj mow powerful and sweeter than
any other l'iano made In tin* United State*.
W. H. llOTtJHJNS. Agent. 1
tloTO 14 Twelfth Street. |
gTOCKUOLDERS' MEETING.
A. meeting of the Stockholder* of tho Belmont ]
Nail Comjmny will be helil ut the otllceofthe ,
Company 011 Wednesday, tho 13th day of Decern- 1
Iwr, 18&2, ?t 2 o'clock i'. it.
lly order of the BOARD OP DIKKCTORS. '
J. 1>. Dirllois. Bocrcturw un'ifl-wo
pUBLlO NOTICE.
By order of tho Board of Directors of the Citizens*
Hallway Company notice In hereby given that
In consequence of the lulling oil in thu receipts of
the lino and the large Increase In its expense*, the
busliiewi ofllco of the road will bo removed to the
Company's building on Forty-second street, and the
present leased room nt 1230 Market street, be for
rent on and after December 17. Abo that on and
after tills date, November'iSth, tho cu faro ou the
Main Line and to tho Island will bo tlx cents, and
to Bridgeport twelve cents.
no'--> VAX B HALL. Sec'y.
It Will Be to Your Advantage
To send for our Illustrated Book, which we send
FRKE, and become our Agents.. Kven If you do not
wlwli the Agenty. thorenrelolsof goods wo are offering
at one-half the costof manufacture to elm
out and make room for our new stock. Only think,
we sell a WaTCII and CHAIN* for 00?., warranted
to keep correct time. Wo make a pslutlng of ,
vourself for only Nu. We have Dry, Dress and ,
Fancy Goods, Notions, Books, Jewelry: in fuct,
everything. Address, GK&&NW1CH Al'F'G CO.,
Box A, 17 Ven-y Kt.. N. Y. no2'J mwfaw
CHOICE COFFEE.
MOCHO.
0. G. JAVA,
MAIIAC.EBO,
MEXICAN,
YELLOW RIO,
SA.NT03.
Roasted* TUIh Morn I iig:, ;
-ATSMYTH'S.
iio'i'J
FOIt SALE.
THAT VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE,
1109 ClIAl'LLVE'STBKE T,
Between Eleventh and Twelfth Sts.?West
Side of Chopline Street. 1
The building is a three-story brick dwelling, containing
ten well arranged rooms, with excellent
bath-room: has all the modern improvements in
cos and water arrangements; IK Tilts BEST CON- '
UJTiON; the location and neighborhood very de*
lirable. The smallness of xha-iomlly Is. tho only ,
cause for selling, l'riec very reasonable. and terms
em>v. Annlvto WILLIam alhxandkk. Ky<x??.
tor.'Brldgeport, Ohio; or to ALKXAKDKR llON'K,
KcnlKstute Agent anil Broker,U163 Market Street,
Ott's Block, corner Jlarket aud Twelfth Streets,
City. no2fl
Academy of Music. I
ONE MUIIF O.VLT,
THANKSGIVING EVENING,
'Ihur.Hdny, Nov. :tOth.
The Peojilo's Favorite.
rANNDD MAY'S
HEW YORK SPECIALTY COMPANY
| A11TI3T8. | 20
And Brass Band.
1
FtiN FOR THE BOYS.
GO EARLY AXD AVOD TJIE RUSH!
The Basliiul "Venus,
11029 rKlCE3 AS USUAL. ""
FALL STYLES
-OF
HATS AND CAPS!
NOW IN STOCK AT
GSeo. -T. Matliison'sj
1222 MARKET STREET,
nolR . Wheeling. W. Vft.
rpiIANKSGIVING!
FOR AN ELEGANT SET OP
S!
, And Largo
TURKEY DISII
GO TO * ':
JOHN FRiEOEL'S CHINA STORE,
JOHN FRIEDEL,
no23 1130 Main Street.
MARTIN'S CAPITAL RESTAURANT,
Strangers nndvislton will do well* to remember
tlmt thisRestaurwDt Is one of the most potialiiriuifl
he*t-catored institutions in thc-city, and Is now In
good Tunning order.
nngl Wo. I27fi MAKKKT RTRF.KT.
STATION ERY^ I
fJIIE LARGEST LINK OF
Ladies' Satchels & Pocketbooks
Ever brought to to the city, beingbought for both I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SALES, '
Trices always as low as consistent with quality of
goods.
LEATHER GOODS in great variety always in
stock.
urn i vmnu ?i
a LAlMUil iV lJAViSftJL'UltT,
Wholesale aud Retail EoolcBcllcre tnil Stationers,
310.1 1301 MARKKT STREET.
JS^-EW GOODS
arriving daily.
BLANK BOOKS,
STATION KRY,
WALL PAVER and
FANCY GOODS. "
Tho largest stock and best assortment In '
tho city. ;
Sold retail at wholesale prices by ^
JTosepli Graves,
oclO 20 TWELFTH BT.
CLOTHING--J. BRILLESi
STILL THEY COME!
PILES' GOODS
-ANDHif
nuirl n a( Diia4aim^i'a
UIUWUSUI UUSIUIIIBIS
-AT TUBSQUARE
DEALING CLOTHING HOUSE
-OFJ.
BRILLES.
Wo Ask You to Consider Tliose
Tilings.
What Is your money good for?
How will it bring the most?
f oiv no farthest ufid fast longest ?
How supply your wauls and have some left?
It is every one's July to work, lo earn, to make,
lo Uy up, to take care of what they lmve, to in*
creaso mid grow prosperous. Constant success
cornea through vigilance and carefulness. \No do
not believe in bragging about our goods, but we do
IjuMovh In letting the peopta know what wo have
ud what we are selling ut. Wo enjoy showing vou
our goods and lotting the people know what
shrcwdiicsi, hard work and money can do In producing
the llnest, largest and cneapost stock of
Clothing ever shown in the city. We want you to
come and see our large line of
Ovarcoats, Suits,
Goods for Merchant Tailoring,
In fact we want you to look into every depart*
mem 01 our siorc, ami wo are sure Hint me styles,
qualities ami prices will convince you that wo art)
better prepared to servo your want* than nuy one
Blue in the city.
OVERCOATS,
OVERCOATS.
The wnrm weather of October made trade dull
with manufacturers and left them with too many
Overcoats on hand, consequently they are now
ttlllua them very clicap. Wo have Just received a
larjje lot, bought away down in price, and can say
to all wuuting such goods. that we can give you the
largest assortment, best shape aud styles, ever seen
in this market, aud at less cost than the material
will cost, leaving the cost of making out of the
question. .
Children's Clothing,
Ye*, bring the children to see tho Overcoats suitable
for them. Wo want you to come and see our
Children's Suits, whether you wish to buy or not,
H mRtH B
J.MLLU,
TIEE SQUAltE DEALING ONE
I'lilCE CLOTJ1IEI!,
1158 Main Street.
no2T)
DRY GOODS.
GEO. E. SIIFEL&OO.
1114 MAIN STREET.
Wraps, I
Plushes.
Oil no other two articles!
have we over had such an |
enormous demand as on
I Wraps ami Plushes. Our =
sales of these have exceeded
our most sanguine exl\n/i<nf!nim
mul ?< fimnn
M ['i/Lbauuiinj itim tib Liiiivo UV
fl bavo not been aide to supply
the wants of our trade.
In order, however, to meet
the increasing demand, we
have recently purchased a
magnificent line of Wraps
and Flushes, and ait inspection
will unquestion- I
ably prove tlmt we are
headquarters.
Fine Black and Seal
Plushes for Sacques a
Specialty.
BE0.E.ST1FEL&G0.,!
1114 MAIN STREET,
Wheeling*, YV. "Va,. i
noM ' ' .
rN a rtvm i \m trAO *
?A.xxi^Ci A.U.U nuu j rtrtij
U 0
For Bale Cheap.
VUcdllu? (irape Sngor and Kenning: C 0
A. 0. EQKRTER,
Httoretary c
GROCERIES ANP TOBACCO.
TIMOTHY SEED
-A.SDPKHNIX
PATENT FLOUR,
1,000 Bags Prime and Choice Timotliy Seed
tnr Miiln
Phoenix Patent Flour always In stock.
Try It. It la tho best.
Headquarters for AIIBUCKLE'S justly
Celebrated COKFJ&ti.
PULL LINK OF GR00E1UES.
Call to ace uh.
Joh. Speidcl&Co.
leSO WHOt.PJiALi; OI'QCERg.
S. BAER & SONS
Have the Largest and most Complete
Stock o(
GROCERIES
In the State.
2 Gar Loads of Soapine
Received last week. -This is known as the
best In the Market.
We offer special inducement* in
PAMunn TAimncc o nranuro
UHI1I1LU I UiflHI UlO Qb rCHUHLO
Auil all other Canned Goods. i
TOBACCOS, TEAS & SYRUPS
Sold lower than any other house In our line
in the State.
Before buying call and examine our large
and extensive stock of groceries. A large]
discount to cosh buyers.
S. 6AER& SONS,
1412 and liU Main Street.
se!8. . |
TO THE GROCERY TRADE.
I take pleasure In announcing to my old patrons
and to the trade generally, that, since the late lire
at my eatabllehjiioiit, I have thoroughly renovated
my buildings, and am now prepared to offer as
large and varied a stock of gcuetnl groceries and
provisions as can to! found In ihe tstute. These
goods are all new and carefully selected.
My own cure of choice smoked meata delivered
direct from my Pork House at Manchester.
I liave been appointed sole agent In tho city for
the following leading specialties, viz:
Hum ford Chemical Works' Reuoirned
Yeast iVmdcr iu Bottles*
x.u. imiui-struiiiiuucrsana Preserves.
Frank Siddal'8 Wonderful Soap.
Ward's White Borax Soap.
Ward's Electrifying? Soap.
2IcXa?iara'a Glory Tobacco.
McAlpin's Onward Tobacco.
Wcymnn & Bros'. Celebrated Pittsburgh
Smoking Tobacco.
Du Pout's Sporting, lttlle, Mining and
ltlastingTovvdcr.
FA3IILY ANDJItAHLIlS' FLOUR,
HcConnellsvllle Gold Slieaf Patent Flour,
Jtcst in tiie market.
Silver Star?Haker's Flour.
Hater's (*cm Flonr.
Kitelien Queen Flour.
3X. XfcEILX^Y,
WHOLESALE GROCER A PORK PACKER,
Nos. 1309 and 1311 Main Street,
jy2G Wheeling, W. Va.
K?tal>lisHea 1?.*5?2
For THANKSGIVING DINNER go to MeMechen'a
for his Home-made AMuce Jfeut, iiome*made Plum
Puddings, llome-msdG l'Ickles and 1'rescives.
lleadqunrtcrs for all Imported end Domestic Del*
icnclea. The finest lino over brought to tha city,
GEO. K. AlcMEClltLN,
1800 Market Street.
itiiepiionc connections. 1:0 '23
SEW; TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK.
XIITHRBJER'S
C. Corn.Suceatesh, Imported Bay Rum, Pnrndi.?e
Meadow Cranberries, Pears. Peaches, I'lums. White
mill Red Cherries, 1'lorlda Oranges, Nuts, Grape*,
Figs, the Finest Caudles, awl n full linoo/ elegant
German Favow, the lirst ever brought to this city.
GEO. X. McMECUEN'6,1306 Market St.
Telephone connections. m?27
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS!
PICTURE MOULDINGS.
A very lame stock In ftore of all the latest and
nost desirable patterns, I11 Gold, Ebony and lironze.
Frames made to order at the
McLURE HOUSE ART STOKE,
no?3 K li. N1COI-L. Agent.
Portrait Frames.
I urge Stock, Handsome Patterns, Newest Styles.
New Goods Arriving Dally at the
McLURE HOUSE ART STORE,
nog8 ' % L. NICDLL. Agent.
FKA3IES I'OIi PL A Oil PS.
ALL 8IZK3.
PIusli, Velvet and Gold.
Special designs made to order at the
McLURE HOUSE ART STORE,
noCS Jv. L. KfCQT.L. Ag"?t.
"We do hereby certify that wesuporvieo thcarnngcineuts
for ulL the Monthly and fccral*Annual
.'mvings of tho Louisiana 8tato Lottery Company,
nd In person manage and control tho Drawings
hero selves, and that tho same nro conducted with
lonosty. fairness, and in good fnltli toward till paries,
and we authorize tho Company to use this cerlilcato.
with faosimilcs of our&IgnaturcH attached,
n Its advertLsementa."
('oinuilHHlancrN.
INPUECEDEJiTEl) ATTRACTION.
J Over 3Ial? n Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Company,
Incorporated In 1SC8, for 25 yearo, by tho Lcglsla.uro
for educational and churltablo purposes?with
i capital ol 51,000,000?to which a reserve /undof
550,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote, Its fTanchUo
vasmadoapartof the present Btnto ConHtitutiou,
vdonted December 2, A. D. 1879.
Iti grand fllnulo number drawings will toko jtfnee
nouthly. It never scales or postpones. Look at
he following Distribution:
Git AN J) PKO.UENADE CONOEItT,
during which will take place the
151?t tirnml Monthly
AND T11K
Extrnordinnry Swnl-Anmml Drawing
U Now Orleans, 1UES1)AV, DECEMBER10th,lt>82,
tttder the personal supervision and rannnccmcnt
>1 UEN. Q. T. BEAUllliGAltD, ol Loulsiaua. and
JEN. JUUAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PltlZE, ?100,000.
cs-Xotlcf-TicVct* nro TEX iJOLLAltS only,
lalves, Fifths, 8-. Tenths, 81.
LIST OK PfilZBg.
1 Capital Prize ot 810!),000 $100,000
1 Mrand Pilzo of 50.000 fiO.OOO
1 Grand Prize of 20,000 'JO,000
2 Largo Prizes of 10,t00.,..? . o.otfl
4 Urge Prizes of 5,000 "0,000
20 Prizes of 1,000 20,!00
10 " MO...; 25,030
100 " 800 30,000
200 " 200 40,000
600 "' 100 60,000
0,000 " 10... : 1W.000
ATrnoxrxATioN mzKs.
1W1 Annroxlmntloo Prtnia nl ?o?>n tnn
100 ApproJimnllou Prises of 100.",lo'tco
loo Approximation, Prixcs ot 7,K0
I,2ro Priics.raounlliiB to...... (ni
AppllmtionH lor rate to cl?l? ehcjuld l>o rando
oljr to the oHico of llio Company lit Now Orlcan*.
lor luformRtlou apply to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
rM.A.DADPHW. New Orleans, U. .
CO" Straitlt rtreet. Wnnhlmrton, n.O.
K. B.-OrJcr? aiMicued to New Orleans will reelvo
prompt Attention, jjoJMvjmvt ]
DRY aOOD8.
Dry Goods Store
MARSHALL & CO.,
1U01CADST3I.
Anrmiivi ninnHiim
mmi wains
roil THE WEEK.
All "Wool Illuh Life Suitings, 4G Inches
wide, 87K centa a yard, worth $1.25.
All Wool DeBttige, 45 inches wide, 60centa,
worth 75 cents.
J,adleH* Merino Vesta, 42ceuta, equal toany
sold else where at 30 centa.
Ladles' Fine Merino Vesta, 75 centa, worth
$1.00.
OenU' Merino Shirts and Drawers, .'17){
cents, good value for $1.00.
Gen la' Scotch Wool SJ?iria ami Drawers,
extra hoAvy, at 75 cents, worth $1.00.
Ladles' Fine Cashmero Hose, 42 centa,
would be cheap at 50 centa.
All Wool Blankels and Flannels at Job.
hers' prices.
Black Goods a Specialty.
MMinAiiai m A >?
MKSHALL & CO.,
?o2Q '
J, S. RHODES & 60.
ARB OFFERING
GUINET
BLACK SILKS
Tlie lli'nt (iooilsjuaile for wear, ul
$1.25,1.50,1.65,2.00, and Upwards.
The above prices are the lowest tbeao Silks
j have ever reached.
Winter Wrans!
i.
Dolmans, Cloaks, Fur-lined Circulars
and Seal Skin Sacyues, the
newest Styles at very low prices.
|
A complete stock of Fine and
medium DltESS GOODS, ill new
and choice styles.
HQS
? DRUGGISTS.
LADIES READ THIS!
lirniH'W limn"" I
JL MIL X AJXb lllilllin Llll llilU
CINNAMON, that Is CINNAMON.
POKE SPICKS :
ALL KINDS, AT
LOO-A2ST Sc CO.'S,
Druggist, Bridge Corner.
Catsup Bottles!
Fruit Jars, Salad Dressing,
Pure Flavoring Extracts,
Highly Perfumed Toilet Soaps,
Toilet Sets, Thermometers,
Barometers, at low prices.
SOLD BY
LOGAN & CO.
THE HOUSEKEEPERS' DELIGHT!
IS LOGAN, LIS1' & CO/8
Excelsior Baking Powder,
Tho best and chenpost reliable Powder lu the
market. Address orders to
I_.OGkA.3ST Sc CO.;
nolo Druggist*. Bridge Corner.
USE THE
Baking* Powder !
IT 18 PORE AND "WHOLESOME.
sow nv
R. II. LIST, Mauufact'r,
1010 MA IK STREET,
And by nlljlmt-dnss dealers. nofl
MUSICAL GOODS.
QRGANS FOIt CHURCH USE.
A number ol excellent
SECOND HAND ORGANS,
Suitable for Churcli or Sunday School, ai well aa
Parlor uso, at low Pilcc#, 01^ easy terms, ?t
aukiu-a mubic btork,
nolS 63 Twelfth St.. Wngblagton Hull.
Q.REA.T BARGAINS
In several good
SECOND-HAND ORGANS,
nol8 At WllSOS A I1,UIMEI'.'8. .
jJ'OR SALE.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND
SteinAvay Piano,
AT A BARGAIN.;
Cflllaootl". ;
LUCAS' MUSIC STORE,
1142 Main Street
OSTEllS. HANGERS, CARDS, ETC. '
lu ityleatnatcan'tbe heat, at the Dally Intel*
Ugwcor Job 0 iflco,
DRY GOODS,
BARGAINS
I
|
i
' WE WILL OFFER '
THIS MORNING
EMBROIDERED
CASHMERE
C TT YrnQ
UU A A KJ
IN ALL THE
FASHIONABLE SHADES
-AT$12,50
1
$12.50 I
About One-Half Their Value. ,
Brass & Coffer,
1X3^ Main St.
ao4 i
STONE & THOlflS.
FA! I TR&nr ,
I IUKM B
For 1882.
I i
j JUST OIPEISrED 1
FUliL 1,1 SES OF !
* \
XjAJOTBIS'
DRESS GOODS!
i
Silks, Satins, i
CASHMERES, BROCADES,
VELVETS, PLUSHES, -AND
?
SUITINGS!
]
latest Styles 1
Clodks,Do!mans&Sacques;
IN CLOTH.
i Jincu ?uk vv raps
Indies', Gent's and Children's
Underwear, Full lines.
Gent's and Hoys' Suitings, Ele- 1
gant Goods. '
IBLAJSpIETS.
West Tirginia Country Flannels,
the best in tlio Trade. ,
ELEGAiT CARPETS!.
il
All Latest Patterns?Body Brussels, Ta- ?
peatry und Ingrains, Rugs. ?
Oi1 Cloths, linoleum, Window- ?
Sl.atles, and Curtains, t
Great Bargains. a
Carpola Cat Without Extra Charge. jj
T <T~*> ~ TT7? - -'_? ?
x> earners j
Alvraya on Hand. 0
We Coiirt a Close Cash Trade. \
A Lot of Remnants nnil Inst 01
Sonson's Goods nt one-hall' tlioir
Value.
Stone&Thomas'
1030 Main Street.
ocfl
QAMPBELL'S CHOICK PRESERVES
IN WOODEN RAIIA
jut* HuiinHu tci) MVffc MII) iiouuuiii jneepu
Campbell di Co.'? make. *T
T*ko no other hniuU. ..
AllRixxlUroocMieeptliew, oc!4 c
EDUCATIONAL.
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS!
JEOUR1TV. HOTUBRLY CARE, OOOD BOAHl.
UJQ, DELIGHTFUL LOCATION AND
RKASOS AULK CHARUB8.
JIT. DK C1IANTAL AUADEJ&Y.
NEAR WUML1NQ, W. VA.
The thlrly-tourlh year ol IUIr veil knowu ocioo
fEMilKR licit, aud continue* leu tnonlhi
pun 111 tecelvcd at any tunc In lh? m.??1ou,
Those whodeilre topmoo their uauabu-rs la *a fa.
itlluttou aflbMln?cxwpUoii?ny|ooOlujT?iiuR? u
iho n?y ol bculthlul and delightful ixttlon, ov
wUeut Wrd? thorough dlsclulluo mil ItuiructUm.
*t tho toaudiol llfe-lonii twchen, ju cvm dtptn'.
ineut ol female cducaUou, loclmlln# lb* inv>dviu
lAURuaue# ?nd inurte, nt vury twuniiMile talea.
OP TUK Vi'HfrWlON.
lySMrtvr y m \V h *(!??.*\\\ ^
WEST VIRGINIA USIVERSm,
Tho ucxt ?e?lon bcgttii 8KPTEMBKII Clh, ltoi
Tin 8m*aratk bcitpous lucludlng bebool of Hit.
lory anil Keliool of liiKlUh. Full counts In uw
and Mcdtcino extending Ihroushout tho wwlou,
Knlaimd fnclllilcB for mutly of Sciences
and bclentltlc AgrlcnUurei completely cqulwiwi
chemical Uibiwtory. Thorough course In Aticluut
and Modern language* and flteratuw, T?t \>ooki
at cost. Uecewary ext>etim:? not over il7fl, for
rjitnluKUtb unit otber information tddrm
W.kWIUOS.hwMent.
an5 Moivwutimn. W, \V
Business College
Two Couiw*?Commercial courw and common
Kngll?h brnnchofc Special arrwiKemoitU fur thoroituli
Instruction In the linglMi brancltftt. iudU
vldnal ImtmcUnn. Can enivr at any LuJlw
admitted. Call at College otlleeorwiul for dmt.
'?" w',rtM' j.M.msHEiucuo.,
Hll)t)-U-MW Whcnlinc. W, y,t
BUSINESS CARDS.
gTEPUM McCOLLOUGIl, ~
varpenicr and lUUMer.
Brick BulldlugH orocted completo lu h11 modem
Improvements. Also wooden bulltJJnm fitted ud
complete on lot. Wooden bulldlnm (rawed ma
fitted up lu yard at work shop and taken to anr
pan una completed, on reasonable) teim* All *f.
to rations tntiuo on old bulldinra, roots valleyi and
skydl?ht*particularly attended lo. Italia, counter*,
aud aEelvfm: lit tod irp ou khort notice; more fwuu
put in and atores altered. Residence No. sa fill*
tenth fctrcot, formerly occupied by Mr. Ben Kxluy.
Shop In rear ot Capitol, ou Alley R
ARGUS AVHALLY,
ITuwhloiiublc XiootMuUor,
CM TWELFTH STREET.
Next to ShcrMTg omce.
The Best material, l>e#t fit nnd ino*t reasonable
prices tor the very host work In ih<? city. pen
WHEELING UOILEK WOxXS.
Manufacturers of portable, stationary, marine
boilers, breechliiK, chimney*, tanks. Mils, doo^
shutters and all Kinds of heavy sheet Iron work.
Dealer# lu avcond-haud boiler*. For lutomMlou
apply to COX k MOKHlsON,
No. Iftii Market street
Telephone C-21. KopalrsBpeclal attention. Termi
reasonable. ay?
J-J 0. LIST, Jr.,
PORK PACKER
kn4 cuter oJ tho celebrated CHESTER MEATS,
Which ixzo now ready and for sale at
28 FOURTEENTH STREET.
My 8.0. Mcata aro all branded, "LiM'i Chetter."
?P&
J M. CL0D6TON,
DBJLLXB IB
UraIn,l>roun<l Feed, Mod liny, Slraw it,
South Street,Near Market Street Bridge,
Will pay the highest market price lor wheat, com,
nnri nflt.v. jaiH
PROFESSIONAL CARD8.
^LEXANDKR BONE, Sit., "
VOTARY PUBLIC, GENERAL BtTSLVKSS AND
LICENSED REAL EST AT E AGENT, STOCK
\ND MONEY UROKEu.?Heeds, i^ase*, Acknowledgements.
anil I'lirtnurelilp Aproementi drawn up,
Merchants' and Manufacturers' Hooks opened,
(Ioi'kcs Rented, Rents Collected, Collections
promptly remitted?All business corrcM>ondeue?i
jonlldentlalh* attended to. No. 1JC3 Markei t-treot,
Oil's Block1' comer Market and Twelfth stueu,
Wheeling, West Virginia. no)7
J.J 0. PETERMAN,
Tustieo oftho P?iu;e.
Dlllce?Lower End of Second Ward Market House,
Will attend to the collection of claims. All busl*
3cw will Ite promptly attended to. nol
JAMES A. HENRY,
LICENSED REAL ESTATE KROKKJi.
lud Gcnerul Business Agent, Collector and Notary
Public,
1615 MAKKET STRF.ut.
Personal attention given to rentine houies, colectlng
rents, puicbajcHmlNtIo c f real estate. Bills
md tensions certified; Heeds, leases and other
Yritten instruments prepared. od>_
JAMES GILCHRIST,
J
Civil Engiueer, Surv^eyer and Examiner
>f Land Titlea.
Office:?-12 Twelfth Street, "Wheeling
y. Va. Telephone, No. 59. an 17.
Q. 0. SMITH,
teal Estate, liond & Stock Broker.
Bpoclal ftttonUou given to colleotluK reuto MidUit
eneral nanP-geraent ol Kcal Pilaw.
jnhl 12JQ Malu street, V/liec-llng. W. Va.
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. HULUIIEN has returned to tlie city ami retimed
the ptnctlce of medicine wid mirgcry. He
bo louud at the
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OK EDUCATION.
iver tho City Bunk. Market ttreeu niyS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
15. DAVKNPOKT, V, B. EnorjOTOH,
General. 0/ D. Kggliatoa & Bon, Apodal
B. DAYENPOKT & CO.,
COMMISSION
)e*lerBln Grain, Floor, Seeds, Provision*, O&ocii
aud Dried Fruit*.
ir,7 wahuiwiw at.. rmitiAno
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