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E*tir*i m tu f+ctftim n*>f. r rc. ? mr? tmidtmmtii mttam. ' (MUfI Uk ? ui 17 rwMUk MfMt. FEEW & CAMPBFLL, muniui u? wpmwB. MTTIn iT N<Mm*U. MIT. IT, IIH. Th> York HTfUiWife railroad fnveatigaUng com mini* bare bad before them some dissatisfied larmtn, and bave been questioning theu* about the price of their land, the cost of farming, the yield of wheat and other prod ace per acre, and matter* more directly connected with railroad transportation. They are all shipper* of Mock, prodace and grain, and all complain that they have been greatly in* jured or rained by special rates to local competitors and low through rates from Chicago and other Western points to New York. Thia discrimination baa destroyed their trade, depreciated tbe value of their land, aod in many cases led to bankruptcy. Tbe evidence show very clestly bow much the prosperity of individuals and localities is dependent upon the conduct of tbe railroads, and is ss strong an argument in favor of restrictive national legislation as has yet been made public. Advaaee la Bar Iran mmd 3aJ1? Tealer* d my. The iron men held a convention at Pittsburgh yesterday,at which tbe price of bar vu advanced to three cents and the card (or nails to three forty per keg. The meeting wm composed of manufscturers from PitUbargh, Wheeling, Cleveland, Cincinnati, and the Mahoning and Shenaogo Valleyi. There were also present j representative* from Chicago and St! Louis. The later were in fsvorof a card above 3 cents for iron, bat the views of a majority w ere in favor of the card sdopted. The former card wis 2} eta. The advance affects the following classes of rolled iron: Flat bar, roand and eqoare rolled rods and bars, horseshoe bar, band and hoop iron, oval, half oval and half roand bars, tires, tank fron, boiler plates and bands, plow slabs and winga, sheet iron?common and charcoal - Ac. The new card goes into effect Monday, September 29, just one month later than the date of the preceding card.' Alter the adjournment ol tlie liar Iron j meeting the Nail men met and advanced ] their caru to $340 per keg, for lOd. This U the tenth change in the card since the 4th of December last. We reproduce these changes from our columns as fol-i lows: December 4th, 1678, $2 15, card. . March 22d, 1679, S2 GO, canl. July 1st, $2 10, card. August 1st, (2 15, card. August 11th, $2 25, card. August 22d, $2 35, card. .September hit, 12 00, card. September 0th, $2 75, card. September 15th, S3 00, card. September 26th, S3 40. card. MUine at Plllftbarsh on III* Uny to Bell* Ire. I'Uithargh T?ltfrapb cf Senator James G. Blaine, whose arrival in this city was announced yesterday afternoon, was the recipient of a good deal of attention during his atnv. Hi? vinitji to the Exposition were very pleasant ones, and at them he met with quite a number of gentlemen who were glad to show him attention. Several newspapers of the city attempted interview*, but the Senator did not desire to talk, and all such effort* were in vain. One industrious reporter got within earshot and this u the way he was quietly shelved. The reporter said: ".^uator, 1 bee the latest thing in political circles is that Secretary Sherman and you have formed an alliance to defeat General Grant for the next nomination for President?" "AhI I was not aware of it I don't think Sbertran would take the second place on any ticket" "Suppose he would take the first and you the second- bow then?" "I have no desire to speak of myself or of improbable contingencies." Senator Blaine, iu conversation with Home of the Exposition managers, mentioned the fact that some of his hapniest recollections were those of his boyhood days in Pittsburgh. The old familiar names of Bayardstown, Grant's Hill, Minersville, Ac., were fresh in his memory, and the uaruea of the old steamboats running in the Cincinnati packet line were all remembered; eveu the captains were not forgotten, such as Kleinfelter, Beltzhnnvnr. (Irruita ' ? He, with all Fittsburghers, took great pride in the famous run of the Buckeye, and mentioned the mark that was put up on the bank of the river near Parkersburg fallowing her 280 miles' run from Cincinnati in twenty* four hours. One of the parties said he hoped to again see a lino of daily boats runing to Cincinnati from Pittsburgh equal to the one of days gone by. Blaine said: "AW decidedly no, it would never be; this is too fast au age; men now won't lose the i lime; they must go to bed in the cars at I ono point and wake up in the morning at another. 'Time ia money,' and that put him in mind of the fellow who said if time was tuonev he would be very glad to exchange what time he had to spare of the! former for tbe latter." Condition op tue Lower Classes in Ksolasd.?A Dumall Picturc ?Mr. L. J. Jennings, in a letter in Monday's New York World, presents a pitiable picture of the condition uf the lower clashes in England. Bluntly denying the claim of the English journals that thocoudition of the country is not really bad and that there has only been au impairment of values, he proceeds to say that he does not bolieve that any one in Enyland realizes how great is the injury which the manufacturing districts have sustained during the last five years. Mr. Jenninirs sava ha had occasion lately to waUt ten or fifteen in ilea along tho turnpike be-1 twecn Manchester and Sheffield, "and was astonished at the number of tramps I met, and still much more astonished that very few of them begged." Tho people aro tramping from one point to another in the hope that work may bo found, but the further tbey go the darter tho prospect becomes. Mr. Jennings says: "People as a rule do not understand figures, and will not even look at them, and therefore they accept blindly all that 'experts' choose to tell them. A few Inquiries In Manchester or Sheffield would be quite sufficient to open the eves of any m*n to the truth. No doubt the change has been largely brought about by American competition,assisted by tho want of sonse and want pf honesty of the manufacturers themselves. In the overhaste to grow rich the only principles on which a sound national trade can be built up were pitched overboard." Never Melons. It is said that one out of every four roal invalids who go to Denver, Col* to recover ..health, never return to the East or 8outh except as a corpse. The undertakers, next to the hotel keepers, have the most profitable business. This excessive mortality may. be prevented and patients saved and cured uuder the carebf friends and loved oues at home, if they will but use Hop Bitters in time. This wo know. See other oolumn. For sale by Laughlln Bros. & Co., wholesale druggists, Wheeling, W?t VirgUU. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS KASTliraraUT. i Tin ir?ni?>m~i7>i FHi?n< nut 1 4M 1MI> fliw. dry. Hiiro1! Four, 0., Sept 20. CMIIIInlWlnilWIllllWillH. And sow 'tit the Wheeling and Lake i Erie Railroad. Boa. Joel Wood tod ' Judge R H. Cochran hare jut returned ; from Xew York, where they have entered into a am tract with a reaponaible company to bolld thta railroad. Work will be commenced on both ends of the road at the tame tlipe. It U hoped, nor, that oar atixena will heartily co-operate with the director* and secure in early completion. J. T. Hanea joes to Toledo, Ohio, next we?k to attendthe grand reunion of Andertonrflle priaonera. Gilead Brown, reiiiling about two and a half mile* back of town, waa found dead In bia bed on Friday morning. He had worked aa nana] the day before, and returned in good health and had etidently died without a struggle, aa hia wile who occupied the iame bed waa not aware of bia death until time to get up in the morning. When it waa duoorered bia body waa still warm, and a messenger waa diapatched at once fur Dr. williama. in town, who went ont bnt found life extinct. Mr. Brown wai about aixty-aeren yean of age, and had lired in tbia wicinity orer fifty J ears. He wai a quiet, unaaauming man, honett and tuber. Daring the war he aerted u a . private in Company C, let Wert Virginia Infantry. His remain! will De interred in the Bridgeport Cemetery on Sunday after* noon. Cadet Midtbipman Kd. K. Capehart, who baa been at home on a leave of absence, will return to Annapolis to-day to resume bis studies. Mr. Frank Carpenter, of the Cleveland Lmdrr, was in town on Friday. Joseph Bishop, President of the Amal- . gamated Association of Iron, .Steel and ( Tin Workers, is in town, the guest of Abe Baron. Between one hundred and two hundred tickets were sold at the station yesterday for the Blaine meeting. The blast furnace ran out ot coke this week and were compelled to stop for a abort time, but a supply was received on Friday afternoon. Hon. Samuel A. Cary is billed to speak in Commercial Hall on Saturday evening. The Ohio tiate Journal sars parts of the State are afflicted by twin disorders-summer complaint and ?am Cary. A number of persons from here attend* ed the Smithfield fair on Thursday and Friday. BELLA IKE. A novelty was seen on our streets Friday in the shape of a hurdy-gurdy, broken vinif a/1 T* af?M.tru1 kmitiI vtiAreror it went A troop of veritable chimney-sweeps were around Thursday gathering op what jo be they could in these degenerated days. They were from Michigan. Ia it the approach of Indian summer? Mr. William Clonae and Misa Louisa Schick, were married Thursday evening. Mr. Corbet and Misa Dunning were married thia week, and Mr. John Koonce also. Among those in town Friday was Geo. Jepaon, who had never been in Bellaire before, though living in St Clairsville for twenty-five years. The lUgiMer'i report of the First National Bank refusing to pay gold to an applicant with National currency, is incorrect in some respects. The reported conversation about bonds, etc., did not take place. Some of these men who want gold so badly should have lived when the resumption of specie payments was an acknowledged fact, and should have then tried to get redeemed some State bank paper in gold. Rev. A. J. Lyda, D. D., will preach in the M. E. Church to-morrow at 10J o'clock. K. C. F. CITY VS. IOISTBY COOHISO The Difference In Ihe Food and Ibe Way 11 In Prepared. From ih? Boston Traucript. One thing is very well established by common and abundant experience, that substantially, and in nearly all details, there is a wide difference in material, preparation and flavor between the table fare of city and country. It is noticeable that in hotels and boarding houses, which have, for a series of years,been frequented by the same, or by a succession of guests, there is a marked improvement in the resources of the table,' in the variety, the cooking and the appetizing quality of the food, and an increased consideration for the wishes of the guests, brought about by complaints or quiet suggestions. Many persons habituated to the luxuries of city life, when planning for a summer residence in rural regions, apart from large hotels, on a large country farm, please themselves by contrast with an ideal of what they call "plain country living." They are apt to find this a little too plain and uninviting for them. Very rarely does one find Ln an ordinary country farm what may be called tolerably good butter, such as he purchases in the city markets. The bread, largely made with ashes, is unpalatable and unwholesome. Beef, in the form of a roast or of a steak, is out of the question, as what is produced in the place is poor in quality, and not cooled or ripened by' delay alter being butchered. The tea and coffee are very dubious in substance and form. It is a matter of constant wonder, like wise, to city sojourners in many rural regions that so little attention is paid by lar.,.U? 1 1.. * I .m.*~v.o >u kUW iBlOiUg Ul till I) Dlimuiur veeetables and fruits, which it would tteeni might be produced bo cosily and fn abundance. Lack oi bkill or seasoning in the preparation of the food which ia furnished is very apt to leave it tasteless and insipid. Experienced habitues in boarding bouses, alike in city and country, might skillfully discuss the question whether the worst kind of dyspepsia comes from over eating and from palatable and iuviting food, or from poor, insuflicient and unappetizing articles of diet. blow are we to account for tbo strange fact that, while all our table supplies for the city are brought into It from tne county and from the ocean bays, the sources i of those supplies are found deficient in them foj- home use? I The right answer to this question doubtless is. that the city market is had in view br all producers, and that the best of ' everything which is raised in the country is destined for sale in the cities. The cities, therefore, must return their supplies to the country towns for tbo table? . of summer boarders. So it is not at all unlikely that the railroad cars and | steamboats carry back into many places the very articles which they shortly before transported from the cloee neighborhood of them. Every article for the table consumption of the great hotels in Saratoga, with the single exception of milk, is carried from I*ew York. The same is true of all the other hotels far- | ther in the interior and along the coasts of I that State. The market gardens and farms up the river and on Long and btateu Islands and the Jersey and Connecticut snores pour in tnelr vegetables, fruits. ejgn, poultry, etc., into the city, to be substantially returned to, or near to, the places from which they came. At an hour's nodes one might collect in Now Yotlc egg? enough to load a frigate: Traveler? from Boston to the White mountains and to Sit. Desert, passing through Portland, carry in i the trains with them the best part ol the food on which they are to snbsist on reach- J ing their destinations. "It is Impossible to note the character of the testimonials to the efhcacr of Bethesda Water without feeling assured that here Nature pours forth a priceless stream, ol delicious purity for all afflicted humanity. Come and drink, and rest you of your paiai." eraal Llkte Hla CnunM lw. 3MS Ffcutcaco, Aogut M.-On hk ream from OiUasd bat evening General 3not mended a baaqset tendered by aamber of repreteatatifto oI the'preet to lohn RtuaeU Toong. A number of dj? tingnuhed gentlemen were present, indodinit Governor Inrin, Miror Bryut, Sen. McDowell, Senator* Jonee tad Sharon, Coagreatmen fixe ud Da via, of California; Templeton, of IUinoit; Huleton, of Michigan, ud other*. In reply to tout General (jrant responded briefly, expressing bia gratification it the welcome warded him in California, mnctodlni a* follows: "The good opinion of my countrymen -fa-dearer to me than the praite of all the world- betide." The General remained bat a few miantee and left for Ihe carnival ball at the PaTillkm. Stashy Anucaxtt hat placed hit ntme high on the roll of fame by diacorering ud publishing the mysteries of the Con(r>'i waten. f'unbtr, In diacorering ud publishing the wondroat potency of BeIhesdt Water, hit done for suffering humanity what Sunley't grett exploits can not accomplish. JJ.VDERTAKISG. . COFFINS AND CASKETS, ALL KI3CM AJCD 81X13. Shrouds, Crape, 61oves, 4c. MT5? Chop for U?UM- Htcb, At, U Love* Llttrj Prtcm ZINK & MOREHEAD, FTRMTCEE ASD CARPET BOOMS, >? 1117 Mim gr&LET. SPECIAL NOTICES. A. CARD. To a^ vfco ar* asfllrlaf traa tbt ?cmv and iadia crtttona 703th, Mnwitwfai,?*riy dccif.ka 8.' ctaho/d. dt, I *10 Mod t redp* that will cut you, FREE OF CHAKOE. TMj pact rtmodj ?M lacormd fcy a mlaaionary In 8o?th Aaarfca. S?4 ? toli-ftd JrvMl envelop* to lb* Err. Jocxpx T. I*. as. M*im D, Km Twk CWjr. dalVnkMv TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ^tfuicu <xr nuui}-vmuj? tui*. A. M.I A. P. X.I r. ? &. a u. u. K. fcts | IMC, fctB r. m. Oct. O. tr? MS fc?t 1W? I A. X. W. 1'. A ft Dit fcM 1J4 v?* Gai. A Plrx fcio uSi &?: P. V. P.&A *. 1 xn vn icox AMITALOPTKAIM. A. a. P.K.J A.X. P.M. fc. AU E.E *C? fcM IM6 Cot. 0. IrtT IU0 I 7:11 . A-* W. P.AB.DIT IMS MS 7JT fctt* P.M. P. X. a. X. Oct. d Piit* i*a ku\ mb r.*n A.X. A. X. P.C. Abt.1 S3* 11*1 j 7*7 "1 rifclr 1 t>hlA Accommodation.?'Thla train on y runa between w k?alina and Thzdelnhla. flnlljr except aunday?Nerark Acccni modi doc. AtxoxmodAtion.?TfciJ train darlnf the 1a t dim backward and forward katveaa Vat tia'? Itrrj and BeAUrt, Kopplnc whan rwulndu satmun Boom, .Etc i rill*, Wot Wh?Ting tad Gr?T?l HIiL TIME TABLE. ELM GROVERAILROAD. ON AND AFTER TUESDAY. April Ut, U79, tba Canon the Wbedlocaod Elm Oro*t R. B. rill run u follow* Ckn will lore the diy (corner iUrtri and Ktrealb ttreett.) tod Suaua'e tX ?:ia*.JL 1V.16*.K- I 2:15 T. X. fclS r. U. IM " 10:36 ? 236 fci5 " 735 " 1135 ? | UJ " 735 " 5:15 " 12:15 r. X. | 4:15 " 5:15 " 8:55 M 1235 4:55 M US u hMS " IM " | 63S " MS " Mondays nnpud. STOVE8 AND CRATE8. REMOVAL. GEO. W. JOHNSON Ilxi rtmoTed bla plac? of btulnea from 1227 to 1310 Main Street, Nearly opposite the old lUod. The follert and most complete itock of Tinware, Stoves, Stove Trinmiiigs, Gntei AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Can be found it their new pUcc of boilnea. GEO. W. JOHNSON, No. 1210 Mala itreet. THE FLORENCE HEATING STOVES! WHICH All AJTMCIATH) Ihtst liUUL MUKNINliS. Come and see and bay one. THE CHEAPEST Clothes Baskets IX THE CITY. LAMPS, BURNERS AXD THE BEST Pure Lead Glass Chimneys. full line of Queenaware always on band at CHRIS. WINCHER'6, ae2<; 90i MA is STREET. ' MANTELS & GRATES. jy. isHU lll?^y|Wc2H?\ C00KI1G&HEATIHGSTOVES pb-special attention given to i hate setting. B. F. CALDWELL, *20 1507 and 1500 M UK STREET. r*r\r\is i ma OVJUI\ll\U, HEATING AND PARLOR STOVES, RAJSTOES, ARCHES AND GRATES. All kinds of Caatlnga and Raptln (or >11 uakca of HtovU, LOW FOR CASH. Old Stovca exchanged for naw. Olre ma call. R,. H. SWEENEY, No. 83 KLKVENtH 8TRB?T> mi WW APV1RTUHHHT8. XfT ASTED?B0AEDI5G?A PLEA85??S"i2Er ?* A.E.ftmi?Htiia LV)R SALE CHEAP-A X0.1 .FAMILY te i^'^LX'sffeaiX^ CtTCATJOX WANTED-AYOUKO O MB vltk a Hull Itmllf. vk* km bd trrml TmopiiNMiatWMmiflkntlmMMa; 4atxm a tiiMtltt. It a i?4 W*k katpar. Bad city nhge*. AUnm. "B13UC EM," !** <?. ^TTENTION, COMRADES! Ttorv ?U1 W a mm*.H ? tU ?i4aUim aad Salkn W the CalM armj a< Ut law wtr at MeLaia't Hall. X*. 41 Tvatflk atmt, THIS EVESKO, at TX a'elatk. t* Um paryaaa a< pariactlaf tba or* pitntka. Tto raiaaUia? appealed at a lonaar Matlagara rtady U rtport wtf7 A MEETING OF THE STOCK HOLDuaw tw ftlTtnftfc Utea Warks *111 W kaid at H TUrfr-lm ?mt, WhaaUa* W. V?? as SATCROAT. OCT. 41k, 1I7?, at 7 r.^l.rUt parpoat WorgtBldag Mid Cotnpaa^ aadthgax CHAS. N MLADY, J. K. EATCUFFE, JAMES FLA5I0AX, A. MoOKilL, VuKiLUb, Sep. IP, in. Corporator*. mM* J 0. 0. F. NOTICE. Mem??n of Virgin jus Lodge Sa 2,1. 0. 0. P.. are hereby notified of the death of their brother Philip Shaffer, aged 45 jeira. at Memphis, of yellow ferer. Wednesday, September 24,1379. *27 pRESH ARRIVAL OF GOLD PICTURE CORD. Will sat taralak. Alaa, laa VELVfT FRAMES. PARLOR DECORATING YIXES, It., at W. S. HUTCH1NS. **T7 ?0l*XGES ipowjitin ia i'n; uj.r, iu pncn in i? w?cn la the diy. FRIEfiD 4 SON, 1063 Main Street. MX1 . pOR SALELot Nt. It, Wataah atraet, lalaad, 40x19); a rmrj cheap lot. Terma eaiy. Lot No. *, Sqova No. 1, Baku aad Carroll addltloe, McColioch MtNL A Frame Dwalliaf containing foar room*; lot fiOx HO, oa McCoUoeh atraet; eomtortable raid coca aad tbsap. A cotaiorUbla wail built Cottage Dwelling contain* iBf atTts rooaa aad other coavenltacw, pleaaaailr located ia Kirk wood, Ohio. Sundry houses aad building lota oa baad lor aala. ALEXANDER BONE, SJL, GeaeraJ Budaaaa aad Beal utata AgjaL 1201 McColioch atraet, Whetlinj, W. Va. man OPERA HOUSE. THURSDAY EVEnT^T October 2, 1879. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY C O IV CERT TKSOBSID N elite Sweeney, Before her departure to continue her musical studies, by the following well known artists: Profs. Hermann and Armstrong. Mr*. Whittaker and Mrs. Caldwell. Misses Kennedy. McNaughtenand 8weeney. Messrs. Mendel, Lucas and Seeley. Prof. Killmyer, accompanist. Seats on sale at C. Y. Lucas' Music Store Saturday Sept 27. at 9 o'clock a. m. se27 J^IST OF LETTERS Remaining la tbiPoat Oficeat Wheeling, Ohio coua ty, ?. > a., Saturday, Bepttmbcr 3t, 1&T?. To obulo aayo! the following, the applicant mtai uk (or ad* rertlaed letters, firing date of list: Bailey, mla? Loulaa Kennody, mlaaMary Black, .Sao Marcier, Jullui Bua?*y. Sam T Mack 111*, Bobt Coach, John Mu downy, Martin EUdIcom Ctpt Ohrber, mlaa Mandfe ? Portar, aim Mary Hllcnburp, 11 P Klebty, MB M Haatlnga, Tbomu lloaa, (ito Hamilton, Joseph Van Fleet, A1 *tf7 H. STERLING, P. M. JIOI.L LINE OF GENTLEMEN'S FALL & WINTER UNDERWEAR, AT THflQ UIICUCC a pn -e WW. IIUUIILU u. UU. 0, NO. 1211 MARKET STREET. w26 FULL STOCK OF LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS, and CASH BOOKS, And small blank stock in every style. Book keepers will find ua headquarters as to as?ortment and prices. STANTON & DAVENPORT, k2S 44 TWELFTH STREET. A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY BY Cx. our careful plan of speculating In Wall street. Any amount from f 10 to $500, either io a Tut or Call, very frequently (ivee back 5 to 10 tine* your money in profits. You cinnot low any more than the amount you invest Stocks of all kinds bought sod sold through New York Stock Exchange in soy number of shares on S Kctnt margin. Send tor our circular explaining r to speculate. PECK d IIA KB la, Bankers and Broken, ae8l?TUTaa 19 Btoed stmt, New York JS A FEW DAYS will bava ready for inspection the largest and finest dlsplar of tfrBEL F1UE IKONri, PARLOB GOAL VA&Ed, FENDEKd, 4c., erer offered in tbU Manufactured expressly for our trade and of latest styles. NE8B1TT d BBO., sell 1112 Market street. gTEPHEN McOULLOUGH? ' CARPENTER AND BUILDER. All alterations made on old buildings on REASONABLE TERMS. All JOB WORK promptly attended to. Sho?j AlleyJS, between 14th and 14th streets. "wwusuw, ng, oo AlueiMHUl BXrtCL Addreaa either of the above. jaal ELEGANT LINE OF China, Glass and Queensware and HOUSE FIIBNIBH1NG GOODS, at JOIIS PllIEDEL'S ten 1110 MAR* STREET. ^ OAKDI am now occupying my new Fork Hoom la Urn dty on FlltM&th atraet cztcntkm, Utween Market and Main atrnta, and will bar* annually oa hand a full lock of "Mom Bom Hams," Bkoildm, Breaklait Bacoo, CI mj 8 Id at, Ac., 4c. (am CEO. H. FARM. Jfe #1 a a MONTH goarantead. 11100 a | I 11 11 rldarathoaMBadaby ihatudaaI II 11 lltrlwu. CaplUlDOtrtqulrM; w, It J 1111 wUlatartyoo. Man, woman, boye 1 . 1 111 I ?nd Klrls make mon?y luicr at illlulbHSS ?L TMMvMnotavkoMtbliootlMvUliad uUviUiaailiwiidnbihiiuInt Dm. It Ovtflt ao4 Unu frt*. Mow U lb? lima. That teaa aaaaar^asrR. HOE A CO. MijoPiCToa^'iitD WAIIIOOMST"4 W ADVMTIMMHITt. . Our Opening Over We now hope to see the Ladies as Customers at our Store, where every article and piece of goods lately on exhibition will be found ready and offered for sale at the lowest prices. Brues & Coffer. se27 Do Not Leave Home WITHOUT A BOTTLE OF REED'S DIARRHEA REMEDY! The only safe and sure core for Diarrhoea, Dyi entcry, Flux, Cholera Morbus, Ac. We guarantee the Remedy in erery cat when used according to directions. NO CURE ! NO PAY PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE HOUSTON & BAER, Proprietors, WHEELING, W. VA ir' MACKEREL.-NOW ARRIVED ANI 1YJL lor sale, Slbs caiu MsckereL Thcte fish art ?elected from the choicest (at shore Mackerel, and an put up ia the original brine expressly (or famil; use. The convenience oi the pickage and super! oritjr of the fish are all the recommendation they re quire. Only 63c per can. Try them at BEHSSXS ft CO.'S. 1310 Market street and 8G01 Jacob itreet, Wheeling W. Va. se34 ^LEXANDER BONE, SR., Seoeril Butloen and Real Estate Ajeat Merchants and Manuisctorers' Books opened, exsmined aod eloeed. Estates settled, Note*, Book Ac counts, aod Bents oollectod. CollectioDs promptly remitted, and all business cor respondent* confidentially attended to. bend by postal card for Circular and References. l?t McColloch street, apM Wheeling. W. Vs. gELLING OFF AT 008T. Ladies', Misses and Women's Fox Buttoned Oaltm 11 OC Ladies' Walking Hhn? 1 OC Udiee* Slippers. ?.?_?...? 75 "Hughes'" make oI Children's Shoes, all colors, SB Ladies' Fine Lasting Gaiters, at all prices. JOHM FRANK, WT WO Mala Stmt. ,gONDS AND NOTES, Well tecored by real estate in this vicinity, bought and sold. J. DALLAS SWING, No. 1000 Maiw Steut, au 18 Up itaira, next to Exchange Bank. POR PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE, Call at H. F. BEHRENS', Acrot for SIX POPULAR STEAMSHIP LINES, 2217 and 2219 Market Stmt, opaoaita Ceatr* Market Hottn. aa!7 M?iafco? Cor. Elm and Pearl Bta. CINCINNATI, o. Markle Slats,* ISO* MITELS no SXUULEDSRITO lytt QARBOLL BROS., GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKERS ad Importer! ot theltot SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN V* kh^BB " Jill"*? OxtMBtk Stmt, WhM&Df.W. Vt. ?^A fluMUetloao< MoaumtaU tad TableUeon. Untly on hand, whkkrUl bt told at priwa to toll th? tfmaa. mi Q RNAHENTAL? Evergreen WrtmtUng. Um, 9Ma>. BHedli u. WEST VA. HTDen. AND SliX WOUU, <?U H?. HO Hxrtm ic. WllMltnt. w. Tt. B. WOODS, Surveyor and Real Estate Agent Offlc? No. 1140 Ciufuvx fTBKrr, WfcooUac. W.Ta. g RICK WORK. Mao toil tad Untoi Mt la Uto* toifcoyod rtyky bod Chimney dnuihU rqnliud and lmprorad. rtrto*rad&kMOTTa oulta partipromptly aad -lUHLTOII 4 KcfiRAMAHAII, Roa. a ruMaik km u*n? m?m m* mrtt D?Y GOOD*. NOW FOR IT I BUCK CASHMERES rutkMlK ilUDlMllkulw. Fall DretiH Goods OqMlllllltaUMImimulilamw, Ww print. TU mM d?r la lU dtj la tarn Um?B?b?MadakLAVUTSiW FLAJtKELA. -A. BARGAIN. TvalttW** MtTr Shaaiiag MwUa tm |1 M. flT. kuM rar*a Ua?r Qny T?UM Flaaaal at llUc, worth Mr He. +h# b?t ralao la U? ?*ty la fi Tvilki Mai F aaaal. Cone and ao oar oSertop aai ve vlll prara to Uat Um ptte$ u bay DB iGOOttJ la at HENRY ROEMEH'8, Mo Ml MIDI stikst. V. B.-JM pMiaot WMlM Tan. aD orian. attte Uwm prtaaa. mat Closing Out Salel Stitf jftir litirMt >W mat mar cuk tliii Ml ti III Bee Hive Stqrei 1030 Main St.. WhMling, AND BE CONVINCED. ' Ha ring determined to nuke a radical obangi In our business, wt will, from this day, offer oar entire itock of Dry Goods and Carpets, FOB cash:, At prioea never beiure heard of in Wheeling Our Stock is FULL AND DESIRABLE, an. embraces a full rariety of Silks, Dress Goods, Qhaiutft and ? o ? ?? ?? j['iiMil iigurca ana sold atone price only. People who are not judges of Dry Goods will make money by baying of us. J. S. RHODES & CO. 1103 and 11M Rain street. Be 12 QONOENTRATED COCOANUT. This article Is prepared by an entirely new proceo. The meat and oil of the nut is thoroughly cured so as to retain all of its nutritioos properties and its original flavor and freshness; as it contains no sugar, vnt pound will go as far for culinary purposes as two pound* of the ordinary kinds. Its superior quality and great economy recommend its use to all consumers, and when once tried they will nse no other. N. 8CHULZ, Jyl2 Wholesale Agent rjIHE BOSS OYSTERS Art U be had of Til OS. HEYM AN, who 1a handling "OLD RELIABLE BRAND." Bavinf bean btfore the pobUc a period of fort jr-two jaara he lallr guarantees then to he ?uverier to any | other brand in the market Addreta orders to THOo. I HEY MAN, headquarters at B. T. Crawford's. a lull |*nd cM^^atoA of groceries alwaja on hand. Gkfrds 5 and 10c Counters! TO TBXTBADE: The lire bualnaae aea of the day Sr? atartlaf these oooa tor.. We art theoristnatort, and Headquaiteral We bare the ooly two Exdadrt and 10c Jobbing Hoom* In tb? U.8 V8end for catalogue and ptrtlcalare.*** BtJXLER BROS., M* iad an Kudolpb wml. Ckleac*. M awl M (kauqr Mr?t, Iwn. Mtt-ICWS WIIHIHVj UIIU Staple Dry Goodi OF EVERY KIND. CARPETS, ' OILCLOTHS , CURTAIN GOODS, &c i K A Urge part being recently purchased. Many itylee of DreM Goods at ONE-FOURn 9 THEIR C08T, to close them out We mean cosiness. nemetn&er Uie place. 1 STONE & THOMAS, 1030 Main St. |?10mw , NEW FALL AND i WINTER GOODS! r ' Stock Unusually Large ant Complete. FULL DOUBLE THAT OF AN\ HOUSE IN THE'CITY. The only place where you can find every thing made in Dry Goods, from the lowai i priced Muslins to tbe finest Silks and French 1 Novelties imported. Special Bargains in every department. 800 pieces Black and Colored Cashmeres, from 87Xc. to $1 per yard. Look at our One Dollar Black Silks. Our Cashmere at 75c. we warrant equal to the usual dollar Cashmere We sell everything cheap, but for cash only. rtnr otuvli >11 mtpkiul t? ?i??? CMMAL I?Ul WHERE DO Y 60 and See Rodgers -4K GET r?c In CooputM tbtt hart paid taunt] FOB K81 ' "~r'?' S4IS,4?7J?i;^^EEr= TftATKLKBS* L1FI AVI JtCCIDEVT, 9t U 8IWIWO M y? o?h?r Oa^u; Wh aMc u piiki m mJ jlia real meru, aumfo am Mdt ta hcwi Um irada I) - LfcfeJtaMkf." it. "New Au or "NO TENSION" Si Besides being by far the Lishtc respects entirely different from others having Tension, and Safety to Health and Perfec Hariar DA anthr<u?d tmt ia tha riaakr, ud u and illuxcfaUjr tad proapcly reply toaUcouaabu Addrm, WILLCOX A. CIBB3 8. MERCHANT TAILORS. t i PopaUr Price*. | J Popular Prim. 1 T.C.Moffat Popular Price*. P-puJtr Pr|/*?. MerchantTailor, I XotlFlL Nest Fit j ZZ NO- 27 , ??? TWELFTH ST., Neat Fit. i | : . T ake? pleaaurs la anDoaadnf Hut be hu now rettiTcd a (all I>rtM Sails. j"?*01 Dreaa Salts. ' Dim SolU. Drew Suits. i Dreaa Suits. NEW NOVELTIES Dreaa Suits. IX ) Basinet* Suits. Biuineu Salt*. l'T'17 Winter Fabrics Boataeae Suili. ; Buinesi Suits. ^ Businau Sulta. 1 n THK AWORTMKXT Orereoats. Overcoats. i Orereoats. i or.m.u. 'ECLIPSES ANYTOTKO OrercoaU. Overcoats. Heretofore exhibited to Um WHEELING PUBLIC. | Furnishing Good*. ? Furnishing Goods. FurnUhlng Goods r F^uu.,0^ EXU.I..W, Stock b.f.r. Furnishing Goods. Furnishing Goods. [ no. 27 (twelfth st Fall & Winter Goods C. HESS & SON, Merchant Tailors Cor. Main and Fourteenth Bta., have just receivod a New Stock of Cloths. Cassimerai, VHtlngs and Overcoatlngi, ?r>t? Fall & Winter Wear. AtfD BOYS1 SUITS MADE TO ' ORDER in UtMt Style, tnd ?t I/owwt Prfc?, j and putKt St (^*r?nt?d. All Wool Knit Jackets.j \ FOLL UK* OF 1 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. | Whits Shirts nidi ta Orfsr. We Invite the public to call and examine oar stock, feeling assured we can offer riper- * lot inducements v C. HE88 fc SON. PATENTS. ' LEVI* * BICKEL, Holleiton. H htraU procured on Nnr Isrentloni In from 15 I b telOdavk. S?nd for circoltf cenUining UMfttl In- ? I" (MOB Milt. OU INSURE? , 1209 Main Street, nicies uoofh >11 tbt *r?*? eoBflicnUoiw. f K ?? MMMtUt ?:: = T&ZZ zz.?-? - LUM?W>-A?IUIMU, i>oHi??. tomatic lent Sewing Machine 1st Running, U in, all tsstntlol i any other In the world, all Bobbin or Shuttle. nox of Work ensured to m. wt cum( prt fall porticsUn ? u ?i?ertmae?j. ? tnoM crmnoc or abort to perch** a UkLu M. CO.. 688 Broadway, New EDUCATIONAL. pirORTANT TO PARENTS AND_ GUARDIANS. URKjtT KKDBCTIOX or I'Rllli mouatdechaktal Academy of the Visitation NEAA WHEELING, V. VA ' >?>* tkk ecMntid acadrtn j. F? J fepuuuu ot torn. idantiu,, iuks&i%?BlBcaUf U$b. Umi to P?n?EI U* Mpil* la vriUu tad n>Jh!. .pn i'zaLSi ?Uo?acquired lo this taJSSSTf-E.UnUr ad>UMd 11U U? Uo.?.,. 4 u,,!7J? RtMsrwi&wSS? fmal. Ij Um 'Inflated to 1?J IS nm IN dmu 01 KOOuOT, ted u> r?B JMllr practical aid aalul """ ?w juri MUnpUdlf la dmi u nlorrrt t. " rata ol board and tulttoa (COO pet ,l?L HM,aMW?tolUaacl?ol at ulj, .M "-VVl patroo?> In lh.Iot.ua " II ha. tajoH Sftff" a&^j2ss^s2m5 ttllM. Mar Wo. vt4T' * * Ift Jfyd/vuj/' aajast lh? abort Mt poMlble time. Tbti eu u i- reASHKB'S SotsesscollbjeS",h,i aeessf^ssag west mm ill. JIlM departnttiU o( uudr; Un.boubfOTllu mi eoml; calendar irn?K?i to lull uatoi J far 0O? year frota ?173 to SWO; MJ?. Urian, liberal, tboroujh. Fall teia WoM ?? irmber M. 1M79. . VFy 5?ak*q-c' ot" (itionut'N irt. tojUMtat, J. K. ThompM,.,,^' ATTORNEYS. J W. VANDKRVORT, ATTORN EY - AT-LAW, CLAEk?bVE . H'. V.V Collections promptly made anJ mm* * I mltted without delay. JOHN HARVEY MYEBS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. SS Welt Third Street, CincUmtl, Ohio. Collection* snd Ccmmercisl LltfcsUou i rp?rUitj. uruuca bt ruuiauo*. John J. Jones, Cashier Exchufe fcuk. OtomAdtmi, " Bsak ol O&io VilWi. 8. P. BUdreth, " Cummmul Hut' Herman Boemer, Merchant, Btlinre. U i|3 N. CURTIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 1220 Chapline htrwt, jy!2 Whmlho, W. V*. /on 3. JACOB. I E- a. CBAOUfT. | 8.ft.;rtMrwS JACOB, CRACRAFT A FERGUSES', ATTORNEYS AT LAW, UM Chapline Street, WHEELUNi, W. VA. Will practice in the Courts ol Ohio, Broske vA Mv hall counties, In the Federal Courts, uJ Id th? ftpremt Coort ol Appeals of West Vlr^nnu. )p J. W. OOWBEN, ATTORNEY A1 I.A? Jtflce, N o. 1222 Chapline at. W gixujo, W. W Prompt attention to all baanctt. ie7j*i> J R. COWDEX, ATTni>VVV AT T 1W No. 1222 Chapline Street. my31 WmcM.t'i. ff. V*. QANIEL LAMB, ATTORNEY J T LA H f o 1818 Market 8treet, (orer City lUnii, Whexuko. W. va j* ! d. iwiva. t. l win gWING A RILEY, iTTOBNBYS A 1 c ? 1100 Main Street, np stairs, next Joor to ti? Exchange Bank, apr2 Whiiuw, W. vy ^ J. HUGUS, ATTORNEY AT I.AV. Jfflee, 71 Twelfth Street, Wbkkuxu, *" Practices In the Courta of Ohio M>rwuUi*wi fyler counties W. Va. no**' g ANN IB A L FORBES. < T T() HS BY A.1 ' J 1 ifttou t.'uatom Hou*. jal* ffnKUXu, W. V*-, QEORGE P. L1NCU, t TTOBNBY AT LA*. 'met, No. 1306 Chapline Street, Odd Fellow Building, Room So. 1. mr26 Wniiuno, Win YiTlirro n j aauxj r. rwvjr.iv?, ATTORNEY AT l.A* Mo. 1307 Chapllne Street, opp. the Court it30 Whxiuwe, W. Va. QHIO COUNTY CItiCriT COURTKirj r. Wolcjl, 1 D ?T!* M? Chancery Henry P. Wolwt J Tbedefendant wUl lake notice thattb.plamtHwID Uke the depoaltlona ol alary F. Woleoi and oUm? Uw office of Geom P Linch. 1.15 ChapOw Weat Virginia, on the 6th day oJ UM*. ' ".between the bourt of 9 o\J<xk * "i uid 0 o'clock r. aod that tbe pMntif ?uj ake the depoeitlona o( E. T. Alt*ru an* "? Wit tba law office of UtCnrj, H ?*ra,B * Keokuk, Let countr, Iowa, on th? l?& "f U79? between the hour* ol 5 J iM[* Jj\' u>d o'clock r. u., and if fro-u any cau* tb'**1 Upoaltlona abalt not oe cotnmenc?-l. or Wn< '*!? neoced a ball not be complete! on aaid dajt tb*7 >" ? adjourned from time to time until tbf*.'ft,6* deled. OEO P. Ll>? ?' M?f Solicitor lor ComEhl"**1-QRISTADORO'Soye The ttfeat and tbe beat, ta IniUDtar.r. ua lo K? etion, and it produces tbe taut naturditbwj? ^ ?r ^rowBi ? <>? not ataln tbe ?kln. anJ t? ?*~J Itiaa atandard preparation. and a fa"*? 'lib mry well appointed toilet lor '?d?rt or ftai** For Mle byall Dructlata and lialr l*rr*rr>JOSEPH CRISTADORA, Proprietor, tnytt-* P. O- Boa 1133. ?f*w 'ROMAN'S IDOL" FAMILY KI.OL'R tJura Jut nedna l?t ol thU Hour In icka from CuaelPa Zaneevllle Mllla. H ? m pure tad arlocted winter wheat and U " ??? ffbetoSn^n* ?? **e muUl A regular .upNf lotl ,<0r,* y. HLII.I V.