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Pabllthcd JaJljr iHundayi excepted). PKEW, CAMPBELL ft HART, - Propyl, At Not. 25and 27 Fourteenth ntreet. TIRKB OF UA1LY. . One copy on# fear..* 00 I Three moathi 92 00 Mx mozitlw.............. I 001 One monlb % D?liror*d by oarriem la dty. lfic per week. ' TERMS OF BUil-WEEKLY: OM J8 001 fiix month* fl 60 TERM8 0F WEEKLY: One jrear.....MM....M.41 601 Six months^ -81 00 Orett reduction to Cluba. Send for ample copy and drculara. Addrru FREW, CAMPBELL A HAKT, Wht6lng, W. Va, . [Entered at the Foetofflceat Wheeling. W.Va.,a? ' eeconiMlaaa matter. WHKKLINO. W. VA.. OCrOB&R 6 188?. MoneltilDK> Mr. John Swinton, a man of strong opin ions, known an the Focialiflt editor of the New York Sun, declares his intention to issue in New York a newspaper which shall "represent those new political forces which are beginning to come to the frost in our country." To make his purpose more clear Mr. Swinton say*: I mean that there hays been very interest ing signs of extensive popular apprehension of dangers which come from the plutocracy that is now dominating oyer the rigb's and weifare .of the American people I have found within the past years a significant growth of a thing, wbfch I will call?as I have called it before the Blair Committei?a growth i f Somcthiuff It has been taking to 'itielf various vulnerable names, such as Con stitutionalism, Free Soilitm. Farmerism, Social Democracies, Workers' llnionp, Anti Monopolies, Amalgamations, and what not. and ev- n that pa'lid ghost called Greenback ery. But these tbings, some of which are | apparently inconsequential, may contain in i themselves the germ of Something. One point is settled. It is certain that the preaen. tendency of things toward the political nu ? I lifloation, the social iqualidity of the great producing masses of American men ana wc men for tbe fattening of a few hundred most monatroui cut-purses, cannot long continue. We must at least make a struggle against be ing crushed by this conscienceless gang of blood-am kern. Mr. PwJnton does not yol say what his newspaper will aim to do, what, if any thing, it will offer in place of the present order. It is plain, however, that he will endeavor to found it on discontent, as the champion of the many against the few. Mr. Swinton is an expert journalist, a strong thinker and a hard hitter, l'erhaps no man is better fitted to conduct such a newspaper as he proposes. In justification of bis venture he atsumes ceitain things which have been assumed before,?that in this country the rich are getting richer at the expense of the poor and the poor are getting poorei; that the con dition of men and women who work with their hands grow steadily worse; that these things are due to defects in our political and social systems which can be and ought to be cured at once, and that by heroic treatment. Mr. Henry George, a thinker and writer who has dealt at length and very shrewdly with this general subject, finds the root of the trouble in the individ ual ownership of land?which ownership he would transfer to the government. This argument may safely be left to the hund reds of thousands of working men who own their houses in fee, and to the other count leas thousands who are working and hop ing to own theirs. At one lime and another we have beard it soberly proposed to throw all property into a common pool and divide it among the people. This is a division which is constantly going on in families. But the sons and daughters may take share and share alike, and this is no gnarantee that to the end oi life they will be iqual in wealth, or that within five years one may not add immensely to hia patrimony and all the others be paupers. In the rail road riols of 1877 we saw a very striking illustration ol what ia perhaps not very far from Mr. Swinton's rather vague Some thing. That demonstration was so coetly to the manufacturing cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny, the burden of payment has fallen so heavily on the laboring classes of 088 citie8' U?>' the man who would seri ously propose such a thing now would be ...... v. IUIBU IU JJIilJ, Itis true that there ialabor which is inad equately paid; it ia true that there are men and womtm who are cruelly ground by em ployers for no other reason than because in their reepeotive lines labor is plentiful or not able to protect itself, and men and women must have bread or die. It is true that that there are corporations whioh take ? unfair advantage of their employee, and ?0 far as they can, of the public. It true that some employe? who are laying up treasure largely in this world are laying up none "where neither moths nor ruat doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal." How are these things to be met and overcome 7 Surely not by any violent up heaval. To Borne extent, perhaps, by law. lhe greatest hope is in the education of the workiugman. The more he knows the less hia employer, if evilly disposed, will be able to impose upon; the more intelli gently arranged and conducted will be hia combinations for protection. Andsome thing-not Mr. .Sainton's mysterious Some thing with a big 8?ia to be exptcted from public opinion. Men and women who work for wages form the overwhslmlng so cial element in this country; the men vote and the women exert a wonderfal but nn measuredinfiuence. Is it too much to hope that the popular aentiment will be true to the popular internal, and that it wlil make itsili strong enough to compel fair play 7 Perfection Is not to be looked for. But we are making progress, not going backwards. In this day, lor example, nobody will pub lidy deny the right of labor to combine to protect itself and to enforce reasonable de mands against unwilling capital; and well disposed employers do not hesitate to admit that well-disposed labor in combina tion ia a mutual bentdt. ,j If Mr. 8irintos can accomplish any good I with hia newspaper every friend of the de itnrttliio trill mint. i.:.? . I man would listen to him. BREAKFAST BU jQgT, Ex-Governor SSSoIS, of Louisiana, de clint* to be a candidate for the guberna torial nomination, and the race Ilea be tween Governor McEnery and General OgdttL A country judge in Walea recently com plained of "tne infamous perjury" which waa freely committed all over Wales. It waa sickening and made hie blood boil to meet auch "unblushing lyitg" among peo ple who made loud professHms of religious belief, and in a country acattered all over with churches and chapels. John M. Clark, for thirty years sheriff of Boston, Bays that too many arrests are made. The public has no conception? though the fact is shown in a general way by the failure of grand juries to indict in about a third of the cases presented?of the number of persons imprisoned for mere suspicion. The sale of liquor is now forbidden in whole or in part in seventy-one counties in Georgia, leaving lees than half the coun ties in which its sale is unrestricted. The last Legislature has forbidden the pale in nine counties more and provided for elec tions in thirty othere. They aay that Carlyla's ghost, arrayed in white, haunts Chelsea at the twilight hour, and recently asked a little girl for "a 'penn'orth o' tobacco." That Carlyle should walk, after the manner in which he has been treated by Mr. Froude, is thinks The London Echo, not surprising; but it might be supposed that, instead of asking for tobacco, he would have made a grim demand for his biographer. The heirs of Governor Bradford, whose hopes of recovering from the Bank of Eng land the snug little sum of $100,000,000 have been rudely dispelled by Consul Murrett, now have the opportunity of lough ing in turn at the descendants of Lord John Annan, of Scotland, who tied to this coun try early in the century leaving behind him an estate which is now valued at $40,000,? 000, not to mention $12,000,000 in the Bank of England. Thus far the only individual who has profited by Lord John's eccen tricities is AbrahamPomelson, of Philadel phia, who has collected and sgreesblj spent about $10,000 in his capacity as at torney for the heirs. He is now in Scotland for the tenth time on this alluring business. NomrltilnK !!><"?? "?? ?'?*??? a"11 How to Trr?t ll-TIm ?'?" 1 "? WltiU Aurtmllml Pai*r. In the firat place, some contrivance (or holding the sheep at ease and banilv lor the operator Is necessary; thia ib found in a new sheep-chair, which la a sort ol a box on lour lem just high enongh when the sheep lies in it on its baci to be conve nient lor a roan to work handy while standing; Ibe box holding the hind part ol the aheep being a. little the lower and the operator standing be hind the box will lace and have a vie* ol hia work. One side of the box is adjust able and can be slipped in or drawn out and conform to auv s isd sheep, holding it close and snug. Now a pair of strong toe nippers anil a couple of Bliarp thin knives are necessary. Shoe-knives with blades cnrved a little are bee'; one qmte narrow and one the ordinary site, the narrow ones to bo used between the hooks and in turn ing short corners, which is neceesaty many times in trimming the I?t ready lor the m*NowBvrith the tools at hand divest the foot of every diseased part, being careln not to start the blood, for when the blood is mixed with the medicine it coagulates and destroys the effect, and most be clean ed oil and another application made; then with a swab Biak the diseased feet *itb butter o! antimony and smear them over with tar; put the sheep for a few hours on a barn door or some place where the remedy can't be rubbed eff until it has the desired effect. If you are determined to drive the disease from the Bock without regard tocoet or trou Die, a solution of blue vitrei as strong as it can be made and as hot as the hand can bear is perhape surest, lor by holding the foot in it for a few minutes it pene trates to every part where the disease can And lodgmen*, and then it is not so painful and biting as some of the caustics are. Blue vltrol finely pulveriied and thickly mixed with tar and put on with a paddle is a good remedy and easily implied. Tar does no direct good toward kilting foot-rot; it only holds the vitrol in place, keep# flies ofl, and heals the Bore after caustics have dono their perfect work, and It even facilitatee the operation ol the caustic. t When maggots have been in a sheep B foot for Bome time no caDstic medicine is necessary to kill the rot, for the maggots eat out the virus and kill the disease, and all that is necessary to do is to clean off the foot and smear it over with tar and it will he well In a few days. By an observing flockmsster maggots can be detected in a sheep's toot Bome distance off by the sheep holding up the maggoty foot, which looks swollen and black between the claws, and can be plainly seen while the sheep is going Irom you, and if not attended to at once the Bheep is lost from tho spread of the maggots on the body. After a rain is the best time to doctor foot-rot, then the hoot is soft and cuts easily, but in a drytimo someMerlno sheep's boots aro hard as horn and require considerable muscle to cut through them. To be an expert in doc toring foot-rot a man should have good eyesight and be quick and bandy with toole; a bungling awkward fellow bad hot ter split rails. ^ ^ Fonr Farm A convention of thote interested in live stock is to be held in Chicago on Thursday and Friday, November 15 and 18, under thoauspiceB of Commissioner Loring, of the Agricultural Department, for confer ence concerning contageoua diseases among tur domestic animals. In sections where buckwheat has been greatly injured by frost, the most senirib e course taken has been plowing tho whole crop under. It is doubtful i! any better use could be made ot a crop of buckwheat auyhow, as plowing it uneler has a most excellent effect on most noils' On the fair ground at Washington, l'a., the other day, T. J. Huffman, of Greene county, drove a pair of pure-bred Clyde colts, only four months old, in harneos The novel team attracted a good deal of attention,andthelike has perhape never betore been seen in this country. By the way, W. H. Vanderbilt now owns a car riage team, puichased for $7,000, which we understand was once the property of this same enterprising Mr. Huffman.?i'ilft burgh Stocbnnn. The old fashioned way of saving seed corn has never been greatly improved upon. When our grandfathers left a lew husks on each ear, and then braided all together and hung them in the granary or attao where they would be kept dry and sate from rata and mice, they adopted as good ? plan as ever been discovered. Take the beet possi ble care ol all corn sufficiently goexl to be used for need; there will be a good demand for it next spring, should you have more than you need lor that purpose. A Job For Colerlila*. Cincinnati Enquirer. When Lord Coleridge came down from breakfsrt yesterdav morning he was ac costed by a rough-looking Bon of the Old Bod who had been waiting for some time at tb"Areey?Lord Coleridge, Yer.Honor?" "I am, air," replied His Lordship with "Lord Chafe-Justice av England?' " The same, my good man." "I hav a case befoor 'Squire Antony I wond like yea to plade fur me." Lord Coleridge smiled faintly, and moved off toward the reading room, re marking that he did not have the time. "But ye* must do it, urged the man in setrch ol ooonnel. "I'm Mike Klynn, av the Sixth ward, an' ? bloody duffer has brat snit agin me lor bracken doon his fince wid my express wagon. SI Keck told me yea wud take the caie for me." At this point the clerk came to the rescue ol His LordBhip, and Mr. Flynn, oi the Sixth ward, waa Invited to take a walk. VielM rriant. >le BUUIH w?~- niimv/. ? thlt IT0 fll* I most uniformly of no practical value what ever, instead of taking pains to prevent the occurranoe and flpreacfof Area, rem in da na of an incident that occurred aome yeaia too in Indiana. In one of farmer Howlitt's fields there was what ia known aa a "fink hole," eome one handred feet in diameter, funnel shaped, and some twenty to thirty feet deep at the inverted apex. Its bor ders were treacherous and oftentimes an indiscreet hog, calf or colt wonld be fonnd at the bottom. One day farmer Higbee, a neighbor, in passing saw his friend How litt, with workmen, rigging a Spanish windlees on the edge of the pit, ana upon inquiry was told that it was for the purpose of dragging out any animals that might fall in, as the job by hand had been found a difficult one. "And the animala are generally more or less injured I suppose." said Higbee. "Of course," said Howlitt, "they are always more or lees bruised, sometimes a leg is broken, and oc casionally a neck is broken, and I have to bury the carcass after hauling it out" "Wnv not build a fence around the place," said Higbee, 'and keep the animals out? It would cost leas money than your wind lees snd save you not only the injury to the animal*, but the labor of hauling them out." Howlitt got an idra and of course built a fence. The true way is to build the fence of safety around the pit holes of fire and not bother with the Spanish windless of fire eecapes. It is all nonsense to say that buildings cannot be made safe as to life and property from internal fires. Brnnijr. "It is claimed that New York women look younger at 60 than Boston women do at 40, or Chicago women at 30," for the reason that they have been taking Peruna for the past three months,but Boston and Chicago women are coming np in fine style?entering upon the home-atretoh on Manalin. I got i one of your books on the "Ills of Life" from yon* druggist as a present, and, es it directs, bave been taking /Vrimuand Manalin. My bowels are in excellent condition, and the lungs and heart are improving finely:" DJkvc J. M Walks*, Lawas, Pa. DIKD. BROCKUNIKR?On Wednesday morning, Octo ber 8. 1883, CHABLSH Wssunr, eldest son of Charles W. aud KUxabeth C? Brocknnler, aged 17 yeam. Tho funeral will take place from hia parent#* res idence. in Kirk wood, on Paturdey aiterncon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are Invited to at tend. FOR PAIN. CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Headache. Toothache, M4 by Pratftiti ud #r?r?wb?rt. rift/ Cuti? U DlmUoai U11 UtpiiM. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and it discretion* of youth, nervooa weaknoaa, early de cay. Ioab of manhood, Ac., I will aend a recipe that wl11 cure yon, FREK Or (JHARGK. This great remody waa dtaoovered by a mladonary In (tenth America. Bend a telf-aodreved envelope to the Rst. Jostra T. Iwvaw. Station D. New York City Baking Powder. B. H. LIST, KunlMtnrer. I IMP M?lnautrnt. Wbwltm. ? KRAFT'S DIARRHEA COMPOUND, The best remedy In the world lor DIarrham, Dfuentarjr, Cholera Murium, Cholera, Cramps, Colic, Ac. In general use (or more than TWENTY YEARS, and has never tailed in a ninule case. Unrivaled for Children daring their i-coond Summer. The highest testimonials from prominent people in thla oonntjr and abroad. Keep it In your home. Take it with you when you travel. PriooMocnUa bottle. BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. K. A* McCABE & CO., Proprietors, ]ol9 WHBKLINQ. W. VA. 40 PILLS IN EACH BOX, Tho HOMESTEAD LIVER PILLS are not only the Bur, but ihey are (he cum-wr 1111* in uie. Each Box contains larger Kiln for adulta, and smaller Pills forchildreu, with special directions for use in UVERLOMPLA1.NT. and asarurgativc. Price 25a Sent by mall, *? CQ Druggist*, Bridge Corner. LOGAN & CO.'S PLEASANT WORM SYKUP, An Improved, Bafeand Effectual Vermifuge. Tho Ploaiant Worm Syrup Is a new combination of tho latest and best remediw for worm.*, it Is purely vegetable, is ve:y pleasint to the taste, Is in Excellent Child's Flijslc, and Mothers who havo used it with the'* children ?peak of It in the highest praUo, saying that It ia the be?t vermifuge In use. nice 26 centa In large bot tles, sold by the best Druggist* and storekeepers. Ask for Logan <k Ca's Pleasant Worm Syrup! NO ALUM, IVO OHALE! No unhealthy Ingredient In Logan, List A Go's EX'!EL-10K HAKIN'J POWDER! The best Cooks will have no other. Addro* orders to LOGA1T &c CO., Druggist*, Bridge Comer. ee!9 ant rpHE 8TEAMEB COUHIEB (till ten lot Pirkanbun to-DAY at 11 o'cloek night school, BU61SB88 OOLLEOE, Corner Main and Twelfth Street*. QgS ? QMALL FARM FOR SALE? Sw&rf SS? MBM s^ssrfisUff-j Broker. 1163 Market atrect. HOTEL and two STOKE boo *8 fob sale. Situated on lot IrtJffJi Market fcquarf, ^hcol1 ng.W. >tort ss^tf^'SSw1*? yteaSS-"in ,,nm unit the pnnsbuen. ""^gJ'ggoK, Ajeot, Apply to Fof ^ Luu h^irs. at Court Hooae oct6 0Y8TER8, OREA.MERY BUTTKB, pancake floub McKEE'S isuhd grocery iIVBW goods i I urUtepur,hu4 in lk? *?< h*" now ??m meiiced lo arrive. Look on I lor NEW CHOICE THINGS! 1 p^owouUU?^ X. C3-. XJIXjXjOIN". EBV COUNTRY MERGE. Ciurlc* In hli itorJr more or la TTVVERY COUNTRY MEWJUAM curie in hH itoel more or leu CrEWELE^ I m:"Stheb, SaSSs T 1ST OF LETTERS Remaining '? r^lMl*Toolj SatawpoK,mu" 10 LADllti' list. Klmplo, *rf. ^TLMlim.a U8T. Bloomhart, Goo 11. SffiKfr Chtdiiiter. L. B. McKeruey, l'?t. ^4.? ???&.? SSSSS SM Citamm, fc? h. ? Klnne/t Carlo* C. fokeiqs list. Koll, Id?. , ? 6,..norma, Geo. Uutxel. Carl 1 gjgjmjO, P. M. FOR KENT. A desirable 6-room dtrcllirx gas and water, on South F.ont street A comfortable residence of 6 rooma, with bath room, North front street. , . . , . a flr>t-cl(U4 dwelling of 8 rooma, In beat of order 0IA itrilSM?|^ScUlDg, we?t ride Capitol Square, WAVflrit^S?M?u>reCrooiD, cart ride of Mala street, bttween l lev-nth and TwellUutrtetMn a busineaa P TirolvRa01bJili on east ride of Main street, be twoeu Eleventh a* d Twelith street*. Ono conn n ient aloeplng roem Ina?mebulld ng A dwsiwble ofllco or Weening room, weit side 0/ Mulu atreet. one aulr from street f/oatlng tn Main atreet. between Kleventhand Twelfth aireeta. An eligible store rtom 26x103 it. eaitiide Market atreet, near 1'ofctofflce. FOR SALE. A ?ub?tan;Ul brick block of C tenements, 4 rooma each, In good ordor, alwaya well rented. 1 ot lOOilCOft. The rental Income mjkea It a deritab.e Investment. Located wncre auch houaea are alwaya wanted, on Wood atreet, between lhlrty-ninth and KAnee>cellonV'built bilck dwelling, with store room, on Twcntyrixth atrtet. A bargain can be had of a two story realdence of 6 rooma, adapted for twofamtlloa. on S Huron at., near Zaue rireet. jhehotuclaln gocd condition The owner's deaire to Bell on account of leaving Uio city. Price very low; terma e ay. At present well rented. . , . , . A modern style two-story brick, 7 rooms, in good order. Lot 00*120. The owner* telng residents of another htate dwlre to aelt; li,600 will buy It, one half caah, balance in one to four yeari; tliuatee on North MoColloch aireet. , A com fortab e little home of 6 rooms, north side of Twelfth street. An eicelleut arable farm of 130 seres, with good building*, near Triadelphia. A firm ot 140 acrea, near West Alexander.Fa. A email farm of M acrea cn the B AO. R.R.,00 mllea from Wheeling. A farm of 100 acrea on the?B. Ai O. K. R., Co mllta from wneellng. A garduer and thrift plaooon National Boad, near the city. A girdner and florist place about 11 miles below on Onio river. A amrit farm of 30 acres, underlaid with coal, 5 mllea briow the city. MONEY TO LOAN. Several suma to loan f>om I5C0 to 12,103, from one to three years, on unincumbered city property. Euquiro of aLkXANDERBONK, Notary Publlo, Real Eatate Agent, Stock aud Money Broker, 1163 Market street. G. MENDEL & CO., 1224 Main St., WHEELING. Elegant New Fall Styles CARPETS! Choice Novelties in Drapery Curtain Goods! FINE AUTISTIC WOBK IN ALL DEPARTMEN18. 6. Mendel & Co. Invite a thorough investigation of their stock. OC4 I A trues & INVITE AN EARLY INSPECTION Of Their Unusually I arge and Attractive Slock of Fall and Wkiter GOODS Now Complete In All Departments! EMBRACING MANY NOVELTIES or Which They Hare Hie Exclusive Sale in this City. SPECIAL PRICES ON Velvets, Silks, AND OTHER ZETIHSTE DRESS GOODS! Brues & Coffer, 1133 MAIN ST. LADIES' AND MISSES' WRAPS! Purchase now, as our stock is unbroken, and embraces a large variety from which to se lect, We offer onr Seal Skin and Seal Plash Sacqaes, and Fine Silk Wraps generally, at ex tremely low prices. Have just opened 20 pieces Seal Plnsh, from $4.00 to $15.00 peryard; best value everoffered. Also, 35 pieces Silk Velvet in Plain and Brocaded; all the newest shades. Geo.E.Stifel&Co. 1114 IVJLain St. STORE OPEN IN THE EVENIN6S. ?eas QRAND OPENING. " I h*?o thia <U7 opened mj Oyiter Ptrior*, to which I reipectlullj write the public. Ojiten In every Myle. TII01IA8 ?. HEYMAN, Kl 1012 Mtln Hlm>U DRY GOODS. ANNOUNCEMENT. We beg to announce the Arrival and Opening of our regular Autumn purchase of NEW GOODS, and invite an inspection of the numerous Specialties we now offer. ? SPECIAL ATTENTION Is called to the more prominent articles for 1 he Fall and Winter trade, such as SEAL SACQUES, PLUSH SACQUJES, DOLMANS, STOCKINET GARMENTS, PAMSEES, And all other new kinds of Wraps for Ladies and Misses: DRESS GOODS, 'COMBINATION SUITINGS IN BISON CLOTHS, CAMELS' HAIB, OTTOMANS, Ac., in the New Greys and other choice shades. Sills, Velvets, in Plain and Brocade. BLACK GOODS, MOURNING GOOns, CBEPE VEILS, with wide hem, ready made, BUCK ALL SILK BRESS VELVETS. Also, LINEN BACK ditto. Fine LACES and LACE ARTICLES, NECK WEAR, Sc., &c. Our Stock this Fall is more extensive than ever beiore, and for every Department the most Choice Goods we could find in the Eastern Maikets have been selected. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and see. GEO. R TAYLOR. octe NEW YORK DENTAL CO. lOBO Main Mtreet, "Wheeling'. Gents. ?> Extracting, ...... Liquid Gas, ... - Best Hum Teeth, AUTISTIC (iOLX) WORE A ?TiLl WORK WAKRAKrun. JDttS. M'COBMIOK. MUSICAL GOODS. MUSICAL I ATTRACTIONS. | ***************** *** th*a*#* I rtspoctfully announce the transfer to me ol the Agencies of the following l'lret-cka and Sellable PIANOS and OBGAH8, of whichafall stock U now arriving: PIANOS. Steinwav & Son*, # Decker Broe., Haines Bron., Vaee ASoua, Flaher, Ac. ORGANS. Maaon & Hamlin, Shoniuger, Eetey & Go., Ohio Valley, Hamilton, &c. Before purchasing elsewhere, come and learn my prices and term*, for I can give jon better value for your money than any houaeln tho trade Anj imiirument on oor list Mid on easy payments and special trrnu to cash buyer*. The largest slock of SHEET MUSIC AND MUSIC BOOKS In tho city, with a full line of other MU8I0AI UOOD3. ch(?fH<r than elsewhore. HOLS AGBNCV FOB TEX MeTAMMANY 0R6ANETTE. WM. H. SHEIB, S3 Twelfth Street, d?23 WASHINGTON HALL. gARGAINS IN PIANO". One it onUve Plaro ........ fV) 00 on* 6% octive Piano .. 75 00 Oue eji, octave Plauo 100 00 One 7 ]Z ostave Piano - 190 00 Ono 7}? octave Piano 503 00 Call at onoe If you wish t ? secure a bais In. WILBON <& BAU *KB, se? 1310 Un'kfit Mr rL Notice TO SHREWD HOUSEKEEPERS, ( ^\, cf" THCO^ / s STRUNZ Vto BE c|.p?pioR\mLSfiAPj?wA?, to >J<v w^fa^nrtwcm Mll'lOK TO GOOD HOUUEKuKfJlKU. Tho iboro 1> ?IM ilmu. of tlit It mid .tinwt upon each Bar of the Original and Only Gcuuluc Vaxoap.MW 23 yean inure. Fqme dealers ba?c been persuaded to Kill a cheap article, apparently v good as our Genuine Waxfloap for which lhe> art- chanting aamoch at our Brand of Wax 8oap u sold athyjaJr deatea, but lnwhteh certain ex pen sire lujnedleata which keep the Clothes from turn jug yellowish are left out. Insist upon having thr fbove brand. certain expen iSmpr-'1^ >0U hi S. STBTJNZ, J* MERCHANT TAILORS. NEW FALIJOODS! C.Hess?Sons, MERCHANT TAILORS, Are row ready to submit for tho Inspection of the public a very l*rxe and entirely new stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Fancy and Staple Woolens Of the LatasttHlylesand Materials. Onr well known reputation for Flrst-clasa Gar m?nta and Low t rltw, will In future oe tho strong characteiibtlc of ourhousa. We invite apedal attention to our Gentlemen's Famishing Goods Department, Which li now reploto with the woat Paahlonable article* for ^ w .-kwear aud erery garment pertMnlDjc to the line, and uever waa in a better condition to tc'vo iu customer*. Tbauklng the public for Ita kind apprecl'tlon of our pait effort*, we Invite all to visit ua at our new atoie, C. Hess Ac Sons, Ml WO. 1WI V*RKKT8TRFKT. I PLUMBING) GAS AND STEAM PITTING, HPRIMBLE A LUTZ, PLUMBERS, Gas and Steam Fitters, 1418 MARKET ST. Hcat'cR and Ventilating of Public Build log*. Dwellings and Factorial a Specialty. aw Ty-M. HAKE <k BON, PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, No. 83 Twelfth Street, a;i wort done promptly at wonabla ideal M KTTON, PRACTICAL PLUMBER, CJius and Steam Fitter, 1416 MAIN STREET. *11 widen promptlr attended to. U f. UEHBEK8, Grocer, and Ocean Steamship Ag't, 2217 and 209 Market Strict. BOUTU BRANCH, KOIJ woti Html. ??!< NORMAL II AND I3uwinesH Co)lege. ?wsmSSkmh' Owing to recent arrangements we are enabled ?? open a regular litervy vaunt, our teacher*?m beo! the best.a<>d specially trained forth?*??.!? We now ask a literal patronagiT& wh (51 will be enabled to build up a home ??*?2 11,!!??; '? P"1"' <" ">orau,hn? SdlnSgj Slglii School Fire Night* Eaeli Week, Hhort-band and rypewritP g by *n ?nDruT*< tescher Tuition rates rery reasonable. Please call, or addrts*, NATIONAL H'?1NEB8 COLT.EGR. sa?fAw ?K 1> NiiHMAl. IN8TI rnr? ABHIHGTON SCHOOL " OKELOUUl'iUN A EKUUoH LAKCDAC* ?04 M meet. N. W., WpublnronTD. 0 ^ t,^. 7* W*VBliB HART,Principal. Begins October 1. clou* Juno 1. Prime puui, received afier September 1. ^ Natural dtrelojiment and culture ol the rofr. (or the punxuK* of Conversation, Reading 1 -nYi)u Address and Singing. Comet uw of the OrnS ol Articulation aud Yenplratlou, together with i? Philosophicallawsbvwuich thiseorgans .V-Z* aerved and developed. Easy and natural Expression o! Sentiment v, means of Speech Gesture, IncludiiiR Character tlou, Dramatic Reading and Recitation. Pretention of Chronic Affection of the thiMi lnoK* and digestive organ*, and (he strengthens of affected organs by judlcfouii Vocal aud IhnSS Brill, endoned by prominent phyaJclaei Distinct Articulation taught to KtammermaM other sufltaing from painful Vocal Defect*, the & ?ult ol habit, that m?y be entirely overvomsS persistent effort on the part or the student dinwS tya judidoua and experienced teacher. ?? I over abnormal conditions of tbo Vocal or>stuu, prcsont, tho ad ice of a phy?ldsn U obtai&3 ' prior to the Vocal?scrotal tiven by thi teathtt A limited number of pupils will be taken inti* Prindpal's family for the general direction oi theb stuflftfc.. Bend jor circular ^ ?\yfOUNT VERNON SEMINARY, 1Y1 1017 AND 1100 "J4'' ST., NORTtfWttT. Wsshlngtnn, D. C.. Beopcni Wednesday. September 2fi, 1881 lira J. KbDY BOMKRB, Principal. English Course?Complete, thorough and tint, tloal. Classic 1 rouno-Preparee for the 8cn!or Year of tho seminary; or for entrance Into Vaiser o> Wellealey. French and German?By tho "Natural Method" ^KlocuSon?Charge of Mn 'M. Stevens Hart, prin. dpal of the Washington School of Klocuuon. Vocal Mudo?Direction ol Madato Aunio Hoc mer Kaspar Instrumental Musfe?Direction of ProL An tea Gloetxner. Art, Drawing and PaintlM-Dlrcctlon of ProL a E. itemer. Director of Washington Art School Decorative Ait?Under supervision of competent teachers. REFERENCES:?By permission Mrs. Somen re fers to the ftllowlng patrons: Aev. B. 0. Andrews, BUhop ol U. K Churoi. Washington, D. 0.; Hon. U. M. Teller, Uccrttaiyoj thelnteilor, Hon J.M. Harlan.Asso.Ju*.U.S.Sua Ct.. Washington, D. C.; Oeu. John W, Fes or, U ? Minister to wp?ln; Sen. John T. Morean, Selaa. Ala.; 8en. Warn-r Miller, Herkimer, N. Y.; o2 Green B. Baum, Com. of Int. K> v., Washington, D. 0.; Capt. Jan H. Glllls, U.C.Nsvv; Charles llurdett Hart. Editor of wi eelirg Int^llgprn or. an31 A SCHOOL M UIKLS. Security. Motherly Care, Good Boardlug, Delight^ Location and Reasonable Charges, Bit. X>?Cliuutal Aondomj*, jntAR WHWEUKO, W. VA. The thirty-sixth year of this well known School for Girls, under the chRrge of the Sisters if thi Visitation, opens ou the First Mondsj of teptmber next, aud coutinucs ten montli>. Pupils received at any time in thotesslon. Those who desire to place their Unu.;hu ruin in institution affurOinnexcoptionally good kdvautsra In the way of healthful and delightful location, excellent board, thorough dlsdplinc and h at-uo tion, at the hands of life-long teachers, in every de partment of femalo educa'ion, induding tho mod era languages and music, at very rcuonnblo latcs, shouldaenafor h eutalguo of this school. Addna D1BXCTBES8 OF THE ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION, Mr. Dkchastal, fy24-PAW Ne'r v heeling wTVa. STATIONERY. STANTON & DAVENPORT'S BIG OFFERJN BOOKS! In ord( r to introduce ounelvea ihoronghly to thi peonle of thin state nod vicinity we < fftr thn fol lowing well bound volume*, Lonnd lu bundwme cloth coycw, with gilt title, good |?per, dear,Urgt type, at 60 CENTS l'Elt VOLUME, And niuc cents in Hatnpa to pay postage. Monej refunded if net ca l/factory: BEAR HUNTERS, by Anre Bowman. KANGAROO lICKTaRH. by Anne Bowman. i AMERICAN FAMILY RuBINSON, by D. W. Belial c. AUV Nl URF8 IN CiNAL'A, by John''. GeUle. ?' LIFE OF NAPOMOS, 1? M. A. Aiuaulk LIFK OP '?fcORGK WASHINGTON. FRrNCH FAIRY TALI 8, by the Counlca dft ^ANDARO FAIRY TAIT8. PICK* 1CK PA PKR9, by Cbarlo Dlckrna. MAI TIN CHTZZLE^IT by C'harlca Lictena. OLIVER ?WL>T. I<ALi AM) AMfcltlCAll NOTE*, bj Cbarlo Mekrar, DaViI) COFP-RFIELD, by Char'ca Dlckfna. N C ? OLAS > IOKLKKY, ?.y Cbarlea DickeBi. COMPLKIK LKITER v\ III | Kit. PREHWiOKIC WOK LP, by Hie BcrthuL 8T BIE"* FROM H 8TuRY.br Ag.ie* Strickland. TALES Ft.Oil E.SGLbH HUIOHY, by As&a Strickland. TaOE 8' OR E3 FROM ANCIENT HI810BY, by Agmwftrlekl*ud TRUE tttORlE* FBOM MODERN FI TOBY,by Ati.eaStricaland. PIQUE. A Tale of tho Eug1It.li Aristocracy. ORANGE BLOitOuP, by T. H. Arthur. BAR ROOMS AT 8RANTLY. by T. H Arthur. ROBINfcON CRUhOF. by Daniel Do Koc. ARaBIAN NIGHTS ENTKKTA1NMKNT8. SWISS K.tMHA ROBINSON. SCOTTISH CHIEFS, b> Jane Pbrfer. 'J HABDEU3 "F W iWaW. by Jane Porter. tH LDRtK OF HIE ABBEY, by Reglna Mar DON QU.XOTE, by Miguel t'e Ccrviatca 8a vodra. VICAR OF WAKEFIELD, by OHrerCoMraltll. PAUL AND VIRGIN.A, by Bunaidlu <le 8k Pierre. PlI^miM'R PROGRESS, by John Buuyan. GULLIVER'* THAN KL8. bj Juun bar. HwlfU, CHILD'S filHlORY OF KNGLANu, by chattel Uickena New Edition. lame type. B?RON MUNCHAUSEN. THE LAW DAYS OF rOMPFII, by Bulwcr. Itf<U?'OK b" Rir Walter Pcnlt. ?U* MANNER1NO, by Fir Waller Scott. W<VkfLY, by Sir Walter fcr.tt. TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL DAYS AT RUGBT, by Thomaa HucIich DO'* CRUSOE, bT R. M. BaUantjne. GORILLA HUNTERS,by R M hallenlyn*. WILD MAN OF 1HE WEST, by K. M. Billan tyne. GASTOYNE. THE SANDAL-WOOD TRADER,by B. M. Ballaiitruu. FREAKS ON TEE FELLS, by It. M. Pallantjne. SHIFTING WiN-8, by It. M. RilUntyue. Addma, STANTON cV DAVENPORT, 1801 Market Street, mC9 WHK' MNn. W. VA. 1852. FALL TRADE. 1883. Xen (-ooilit Received llnily. WALL PAPER BLANK HOOKS, AXD ALL KIN' S OF STATIONERY. Tho larjjc tatock and greatcat variety in thecity. fiold retail at whole* tie prlc * by JOSEPH UKAVE8 ael No. 36 Twelfth Street. . CHOOL BOOKS, Writing Pa per, Pens, I k. Slr.tf?, Pencils, School Hag*, 8ir?p?, ?tc., ml 1IU M.r.rtBHWt S" CHINA, CLASS AND QUEEHSWARE.^ js^ew goods': BEAUTIFUL GOODS IN REACH OF ALL CLASSICS. fall and ?ee the x eat variety of China. Glaia ware, Qaeenaware, Uini*. Chaudtliera and Fanry Gooda at W. H. Rinehart's, Pol la ft M IBKKV ftTRK'T. . W" [EEL1XG POTTERY CO. rail in and examluo the new VIBGINIA CHAMBKK BET. Handaome Ccoorationaat DAVISOSI BBOS", IP12 9,->; Market Htreek . PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS. pARLOR EASEI>S. If yon want a Parlor Kaiel or an Kbcny B.actek it lew prioea, now li the time lo get thttn at KIRK'S ART STORK. mfn 1QU& Main Btreft._ Ttf"E\V ARRIVAL OF PARLOR EA8EL9, Book Bbelyof. Brackuta. Wall Pockcta, jade of Mahogany. Cherry, 0?k, Ebony. MoLU&B HOU8K ART OTOBF. M12 E, L. Niooix, Afenti