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ESTABLISHED AUGUST 24, 1852, .. r - W&EteLING, WEST VA,. WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 1.1879. VOLUME XXYIH-NUMBER 33.
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Iimr" ?"" 39 UM| 97 r*w<*?atk KM
Urn. Unwlrj Ml It, CUtrarlll*.
lien. Jtmes It. Hawley, of Oonnecllcot,
it to ?dJress the people of Belmont ooitnty
it .>i. Clairsviile on thia day week,
October the 8th. He ti one ot the
strung men ol the country?the peer of
neb men as GarBeld ?nil Blaine, and will
mike in address well worth heariog. We
,i|?t to hear of another greet torn out.
Tut Wheeling Telephone Company exI?I
lo complete their preliminary arran^t'inenta
to-day, and enter into a contract
for the work neceeaary to be done to
get their lines under way. The rates hr
the uk ol the linee by bnainess place* and
prime houses have not'yet been definitely
liml, hut the disposition is lo pnt them
ii such a reasonable figure as to induce
the iirgeet poaeible number of persons
t>j avail themselves of the facilities which
the company propose to afford to the people
<>l Wheeling.
Tim shipments of nails from this city by
rail arc very heavy just now. The Ben*i?nl
Mill shipped 22 car loads on Monilny.
The Itivereide has on several daya
shipped -) car a 01 nails ana iron ireignt.
The other mills aro also shipping In the
same proportion. A large number ol
orders are waiting on water in the river,
particularly (or points on the lower Mis-*
sissippi. Advices from Cincinnati indirate
that that market ia very bare of naila,
ami there is a pressing demand for the ex*
ecution of orders. The shipments of mia*
cellaneous merchandise from Wheeling are
alw very heavy. At six o'clock yesterday
evening the depot of the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad was blocked with freight
waiting its turn to be loaded. The P., W.
A Ky. depot is also a scene of
great activity. Both depots seem to
be hampered for room. A freight train of
forty care come down on the P. W. & Ky.
on Monday. It was loaded mostly
with pig iron, ore and coke, but there was
also a large line of miscellaneous freight
Husine?ss has been very active at the two
telegraph offices since the boom commeno*
ed. An immense number of messages are
?ent and received by the iron men. There
9 Hinu n WI(? auiuuill Ul (JlUbOl/ guuus
bought by telegraph through the brokers
here. Xeary all the sugar, coffee and tea
sold in this market is bought by wire. Attire
08 business is in all departments of
trade, it would be much more so if we had
u river. The water is so low as to almost
have dried up shipments by the boats.
The first rise will bring a great deal of
produce to this market, and also take
away a great deal of merchandise to points
aioug the shore.
The activity of business in this city is
only a specimen of what is going on all
over the country at this time. The bank
dealings for the third week in September
how a buainees of $714,000,000 against
$503,000,000 for the same week last year.
Only five cities in the country show a decrease,
and of these fire that of San Francisco
is the only important one, and there
local causes have been operating. This ag>
SnAMOKA ?l MnniWllVM 1
hivginu iuuivooo vi ?*w,vw|vw >u m
single week, it must be remembered, is
over the business of a week last year when
crops of unprecedented magnitude were
cuming forward, and when the demand
from abroad was already euormoua. There
can be no more decisive proof of the presence
of those good times so long heralded,
and the boom of business so frequently
aunounced.
Our Editorial Visitor*. , .
The West Virginia Pross Association isa !
comparatively recent organization. In
fact it received yesterday perhaps its larKest
accession in the way of members. It
U not strange, therefore, that it now holds
a meeting for the first time in oar midst.
It has scarcely had an an opportunity to
do so before. For the sake of all the interests
that attach to such an association
we are glad that its present meeting has
occurred just at this opportune time. It is
not only a delightful season oi the year lor
?uch a gathering, but, better than that, u
the Uon. C. D. Hubbard very appropriately
remarked in bit words of welcome to
the editors at the McLnre House banquet
last night, it is a season of great business
activity in our midst. Had the editors
met here at the date first proposed, in
June last, they would have had in some
respects at least a quieter time. The great
depression of the last few years had not
then lifted from our industries. We were
only beginning to discern faintly the
coming of better Umee, and we did
not then expect to see at any time in the
near future the full tide of business
activity that is now upon us. We are glad
therefore that the gentlemen of the press
have happened in our midst at a time
when they can see what Wheeling really
Uat a business center, and especially at a
time when her great and unequalled nail
industry shows to so mnch advantage.
What they saw yesterday of our leading
industry was very happily referred
to in the remarks of the Pwaident of t?e
Association at the banquet last night, when
he said that it illustrated forcibly to hi*
mind what a combination ol labor
capital could do lor a community. 'Ha
*as correct In that obserratlon. It does
illustrate the power ol loch a combination
most torcibly. It la this combination that
liu made Wheeling what she la, and that,
as Dr. Logan aaid in hla remarks, ha* enabled
her to take such respectable rank
among the business center! of the country.
The lesson that It teaches will not be loct
on so intelligent a body ol men as our editorial
visitors,?via, that it is the mjsrif n
ol the press to promote *, cordial
unity ol feeling between labor
and capital, and never to sot the
seeds of discord between them. The
treogth of a community largely depend*
on the co-operation of the** two elements,
and on no one influence more than intelligent
and candid discussion on the jarfol
the press doea the heartlaea ot> this cooperation
depend. Unfortunately we hate
bad instances since the outbreak of the
panic where the power of the preaa ha*
not been exerted on theslde of this sort 6f
discussion, but where for partisan purpo
mi mil temporary advantage appeals litre
been made of en Incendiary character. [I
a rait to oar city at a time like tbia ,
teaches one leeeoo more than another to
an intelligent newspaper man it U thu old
leeeon In ?aop'i fables, knewii u
the bundle of sticks, whereby it waarhown
that In un ion alone there la strength
We Lruiiibattbt edltora will havi' further
time and opportunity during their
iiltttf pureue their obaervations In our I
midst They bare not begun to wo the
full extent of oar manufacturing niterprises.
We are sure that we only exproea .
the general wlaheeof all who areengnged
In thete enterpriaea when we Invite them
aefaru poulble to take them all In by
personal vlalta daring their itay. Fur a (
long time Wheeling haa been conscious of
being greatly mlaunderatood by many |*reonain
the interior of thiaState. Ai. idea
has prevailed that her proeperity lini to
some considerable extent been ate .-bed
frdmthebilanci of the Slate. Somen; ilie
papers have occasionally alluded to her ?
as a large sponge that absorbs the money
of the interior. Nothing could be timber ^
from the truth. Wheeling owea as little
of her proeperity to the territory in which j
she Is situated la any city in the Union.
She hu absorbed her proaperlty from the
country at luge, ind especially from the n
(treat West, and this prosperity ahi> haa |
brought Into the State and shared with all J
the.peopl^oftfce StaU, aali shown by the ,
tax Wtami to' the Auditor's office. It ia ai
therefore nothing more than lair thai she '
should stand in the proper light before the
people ol the State, and no bod/ of men
who could assemble in our midst have It
in their power to such an extent to put o
the (acta before the people aa they really
exist aa the intelligent gentlemen win are
our guests at thia time. ai
ADDITIONAL LOOAL.
Brier amUw. A
Wiomsos are brisk at present
Wast of space excludes some valuable
local matter this morning. 11
Tut Beymann Brewery trip was the most 6
satisfactory one made by the "Preaa itmig" t,
A cab will wait on Thursday night lor jj
passengers attending the Sweeney Con- .
cert.
To-Dxr. will be pay day at the Belmont M
blastfurnace, and alao for the dusky dla- m
mond diggers. w
Tbi marriage of Mr. S. Qulgley H.unil- th
ton and Misa EUa Heburn will take place hi
at Bellaire to-morrow night. w
Vnwio's Band serenaded George V'cis- C
geroer, aionaay nlgnt, and Ueorge ?ive
them a substantial token of hisappreeiation.
d>
Mb. E. W. Duxaway and Miss L'uorie ^
Hamilton were married last night a the r
English Lutheran Church by Rev. Bar- r
nlu.
Thru were thirty deeds in fee, f.nty- ^
five deeds of trust recorded, and thirty- ?
three marriage licenses issued du i.ig
September, by Clerk Hook. fn
Wx acknowledge the receipt of an iuvl-' is
tatinn to be present at a social and su pyer sa
of Moriah Lodge of llasons, at Powhatan te
Point, Ohio, on the evening of October 3d. dc
Tat building it* Mr.* Woodmansett at 5?
Freeport, Ills., were destroyed by fire on ?
the night of September 26th. Loss $20,000{insurance$8,000.
Mr. W. is a brother
of Lewis Wo9dmansee of this dty.
The Courts. ? Coukty Cocbt - Jtulg< r|
Boyd.?This Court met at 9 o'clock ye^ter- J"
day and transactedthe following business; ?'
Thos. BUe yi Bridget Griffith. Certified P
by-Gardner.-JrP. Verdict for plaintiff for r,
II 92 and costs. ?
J. Christina Taff, administratrix, vs.
Peter WendeL In assumpsit. Judgment
for plaintiff for .$138 and costs.
State vs. Win. Fox. Appeal on ptace j"
warrent from Wm. Philips. Judgment of *f
Justice affirmed.
Peter Ranch vs. P. Wendel, jr. On RJ
? _ u
i JIujaciFAi Court?Xudfft Crarmrr
This Court met at 10 o'clock yesterday,
and disposed of the following busine :
The United Slates Building, Land uad
Loan Association vs. 0. A. Kry ter eL nls.
In rliMirOT, Decree entered in.this
case confitmltig Bale of real estate sold by m
trustee and referring same to a coin- Oi
mlstioner as to the balance of funds in his m
hands as the distribution.
Emily F. Taney et.al.VB Lewis Woodmansee
et ml. In chancery. Rule enter- fu
ed requiring defendant, Lewis Wood- te
mansee to answer the amended bill of _
complainant on or before October 30th, Bt]
Adjourned nntll to-diy"mt IOJu ?.
Pouca Covin.?Judge Cranmtr. y
The following cases were disposed of it ef
this court yesterday: jo
John Dunn, drunk, fined $2 00. Committed.
William Roney, disorderly, fined t'2 00. re
Paid.
Michael O'Neal and Edward Combs, ii
disorderly. Both cases dismissed at the v.
cost olidty.
vviw>?-vi?ou vutiagc nao wuiujiimiu
nut Marietta, 0., on Sunday last, for in
which the villian who committed it should re
hsng.' 1 V ' Bi
A. girl about fourteen years old, whole H
name oar informant had forgotten, was tfc
caught bv three tramps, her person violat- w
ed, and afterwards thrown into a well. She *'
fortunately retained conaciousne? enough ?5
to cling to the rope in the well until she cs
was rescued, about an honr alter she was
thrown In. She has been unconscious
ever since, however, and of course, nnable
to give any information In regard to her i(J
outrage.
three tramp*, who were seen in the 111
vicinity, were suspected and search was
made lor them. One of them was caught, ?
and, it is Slid, admitted being praent 10
when the outrage was committed, but says w
he took no part in it He Is now in Jail at "
Marietta, and the authorities are alter his J
partners. It is thought the Uttle girl will u
notncorer., s "
Morris' 4 Hammett's store, at 'Willow
Island,-W.-Va.,-wan robbed on Sunday n
night. The thieves carried off two shot- a
guns, two rifles, a lot of knives and revol- '
vers, about J200 worth of other goods, snd
$100 in money. There is no clue to the
uubtvb, out IB anppoeea iney wem uown u
the river, as the Ferry akiff ?u mining, j
"SontOTH."?Feut o( tabernaclee IEai- j
veet Feut) begim thii evening. Divine p
service will be held thli evening tnd to- J,
morrow forenoon ?t the the temple cos- j
aitlon, worahlplng it Odd Fellowi' $
ding. .Thia f?Mt ft ordained in Levit
uilC J) *nd40. Dr. Jacob Theo. Vogela- /
dorff will preach an Engliah aermon thia
evening from "Zacharuh viil, 19." "U .
hall become to the hooae of Jndah (ladneaa
and joy, and merry (?tt v*l|;'onlyj ?'
love ye troth and Peace. ^ r, j j* # ^
Tan bright world iMma bot.^vil* qi [
misery to the invalid. All U'cliiigSaff
happineea again whan the aaffenr conlenti
to.tiy Betheeda Water, where the e
diaorder ii of urinary orgina. ThlaUthe 3
teatlmonjr of hnsdredi. ' |
GENERAL NEWS,
fellow Fever Report From Memphis.
rhe Impending Labor Sfrtkel of tip
Stolen Manhattan Bank Bonds Sold
In London.-; ir -^U\
-3-i: Jim?!
ingllsh Opinions on the Dissatisfied
'v Irish Tenants.
'artlculars of the Late Kentucky
"Shooting Bee."
muw ipifn
- : -?? x t
Sfftnpbli-Soon Rrporl.
Mmkiiu, September 30.?Seven more I
ues were reported to-diy, anil three ad- ;
itional deaths have occurred.
The following notice was served at noon .
3-day: 1
Memphis, September 30th, 1879. i
. S. OaUoway, Special Judge, and If. IV. 1
Spun, jr.:
Please take notice that L will, ott Wedi J
eaday, the leUdl OJtofcr. 187B, in th* 1
Ity of Brownarllle, Tfeta.'. before Htm:
[. L. Livings ton, chancellor, move (or an .
ijonction to restrain J. 8. Galloway Irom ,
ctioK underanyotthe orders or decree* of
>ld Galloway whlla aotintlas special
ndge and Commlaaoddr.
[Signed] Joux Jonxsox, .
f
Seventeen cases in all, 10 white and 7 [
jlored, wen reported to the Board ol
lealth to-day. N<V 'additional deaths c
ave occurred. ,
The donations,to.tlw Howards today ,
Egregated $1,006, of this amount Boston f
:ot $1,000. t
'.i
11 Abont the Hhooilnc of C*l. Clark at J
Ike dull House, JLodisvillb,
^BepUmber SO.?Captain J
[oore, who shot Colonel Clark at the g
alt Hooae, last eHning, was interviewed
reporter this morning;;Htf Bays:
y horse Bailey wai entoed in the mile a
uih race yesterday.' ' fiSMrdiy light -^e
Id for a mere song, wiiile yesterday i
orning he sold we|l,up in Jthe pools. I P
as satisfied thai something waa wrong in< J
ie race. I determined' to withdraw my ?
)rse, which I did.. On this account some 2
or da passed between mysell and Colonel G
lark on the track, last evening at the ;
)tel, when I entered Colonel Clark ac- tl
isted me, drew a pistol and called me a h
-n s-n of a b h. I was unarmed at fi
ie time.
The case was continued in the City si
jurt until next week, the ball for Moore n
sing fixed at $1,200, while that of his son tl
eorge, charged with beiug accessory to b
ie shooting, was plaoed at $500. Both ti
ive bond and were released. - This
morning CoL Clark wafc removed ,
am the Gait House to his residence. He
tbOught to be in no danger. Col. Clark ^
ys that he said to Moore that ho had in* T
nded no insult, That he was simply.
ting bis duty m the President of the P<
uree, in seeing tnat the rules were en* gt
rsed. "You muitmake.a public apology," -1
ied Moore, t ^IPlhatls what you want,"
id Clark, "you will have a long time to J*
lit." Moore at this, was furious, and 1,1
rang to bis feet, placing his bands be- w
nd Him, as if to draw a weapon. Clark u
t him a blow between the eyes and *
lickly drew a pistol that he had gotten
om Mr. Murphy,the cleikof the hotel, ,
iving been notified to prepare for in at- f
ck from Moore. Placing the weapon J.c
>on a table, he elenehea with Moore,
bo had, as vet,.showa no pistol, -and y
ished him from .the.'room, closing the ?
or after him. Picking up the pistol 11
ain, he stood rfeady> near the grdunil a
ass door-to retielv^Modre, if fib'came
ick again. The chandelier lights above
ark, cast his shadow on the' glass, and- ,
king aim by this, Moore placed his pis- S
I close enough to the'dpor^to bom the it
unework, and fired.
Ntrlhe* anil Bamora of fltrikea. h
Cincinnati, 0., September 30.?The d
riking furniture men had a meeting this Jj
orning, with over six hundred present ?
ae of the Striking Committee was re- ^
oved for drunkenness. No new feature *
as reported, except that a Sixth street ^
rniture company agreed tothe flf- j)
en per cent advance, and the men'then
enttowork. Seventeen shops are out, the
rikers numberingalittle over fifteen hun ed
men. ^
Coopers employed in hand-work shops si
ild a meeting tma mornfng and stnfcx.' F
en in eight, shops are oat-and making to
rArta M fK>? 'thaliminlllna.otAitf atinnji to
in them? ii
the struck at MAST utttoool. . i tl
East Liverpool, 0., September 30.?The '
ported strike among the potters here
nounta to jcit this: About thirty or fort;
in hands are out. and th'tr places lave <
ten partially filled by new men.
AiDM'jioita.J! : ", J *
Des Moines, September 30.?A prom- d
lent coal operator here said to a Rifitter tl
porter uhmv, that there wouki beagenal
striko-among the miners ol Iowa and
linoia on the fourth olOctober. He says
lat the operators nearly all havecontracta G
ith railroad companies at prices which ,
e a lots to them and that they are in f,
mpathy with the strikers, hoping it will t,
,ncel their contracts. f,
The Presidents Kftura Trip.
SrnixoriEU), III, September 30.?Pres
i ?... ?:?,1 .v ?
g at six o'clock; waiescbrtid to the Ex- 1(
mtive Mansion anl red lad until, ten
clock. At that hoar the procession iu 0
rmed and escorted to the State 'House,
here 3,000 children ot the public schools
ere assembled. Governor Onlloto ihtro- ?
jcod Hon. J. C. Conkllng, who delivered p
le address o! welcome. President Hayes
pondedbriefly. i' > ' t
General Sherman, in reepouse to calls, '
,ade a brie! addreee. Mrs. Hayes being
lUedtor, bowed her acknowledgements. .
'Wbal'a lour Mwfctrf*
Loois villi, September 30.?The twelfth a
lontbly drawing of the Commonwealth J
istribatlon took place to-day at Macau- t
ly's Theatre, in presence of a large j,
adience. Number 25,555 drew the capital
rixe of )30,000, sold in Lawrenoeburg, 1
ad. Number 28,434 drew $10,000, sold in ^
Irownsville, Texas. Number 10,752 drew !
5,000, sold in St. Louis. p
Jail u Sweet by Any Other Muue. j
waibixotox, September 30.?The Poet- r
taster General Unlay ordered that In <
tore the Kanawha Court House, West ;
'irginia, Poetoffice be known u the J
lharleeton, West Virginia, Poetofflce. J
xcees l
wending August81,1879,amounted to i
289,709,341. I
A CIUUKUI CTS1E.
Into by Kami and HIM! kjr Salary A ,
Tnu caavlet knla Ik* lo4n.
Dallas, Txias, September 21?An exciting
icese occurred In the District Court
at Bo nil am yeatatday. Judge Galnea sentenced
? number of prisoners, among
whom was J. It, Stable, convicted of itMult
with Intent to murder; be got seven
years. When Ilia Honor aaked Steele It
he bad anything to say why sentence
should not he pronounced against him,
Steal e answered:
"Yea; yon forced me to trial unjustly,
when I had no witnesses here. I am Innocent
of the crime. I am a gentleman,
my ancestors were gentlemen, and I did
nothing but what any other gentleman
would have done under the circumstances,
and"?raiaiog bis voice in a high and intuiting
manner he continued, pointing to
one of Unconvicts, "there is a man who
wjuld have sworn thafhe aaw Fox (the
man be attempted to mnrder and rob)
with a pistol, but you wonld not let blm
testify; my nephew saw the platol, but
rou forced me into trial before I could get
him here.
Judge Gainea?I gave you a continuance
vithout any grounds before. You have
lad plenty of time to prepare for trial, and
vhat you state is no reason why sentence
ihould not be pronounced against you.
Steele?Yea, air. Tbla la about like
he Justice yon have shown me all tbe wav
h rough.
/The Judge?Shut up.
Steele?You asked me if I bad anything
o say, air, and I have a right to talk, and
11m going to do it. ?
.me uujre?i aian i give yoa permission r,
0 ulk in that maimer. {]
The Judge pronounced sentence against t]
dm, and said: "la all my experience as 0
1 judge nothing has given me so much ^
Measure as sentencing you to the pententiary.
Steele?Yea, and I hope and pray the
urses of heaven may descend upon you,
nd that you will be sunk into the hottest P
lite o( hell, and I only {mpe* that I will >'
iave the pleasure of meeting you at some ff
nture time.
The Judge ordered the Sheriff to take P
iim out of the Court house, but he con- P
inued his insulting language towards the it
Jourt until he was out of hearing. Steele
rajMd man, one of the most dangerous ?
nd hardened criminals, perhaps, in the ti
tate.
NEW YOKIi. 5
. B4
fetee of Intern! fraoi ike letrbpolU.
N*w *Yoiu:, September 80.?General 4
.nson Stager, Norvin Green, George tl
'rescott, George Walker, Tracy E. Edison, n
ames H. Banker, Sam F.'Barger, Wm. M. ?
Hiss, Augustus Schell and Hamilton McK. ti
rombly nave been elected Directors of the x
lold; and Stock' Telegraph Company. 01
The American Literary Bureau states &l
lat the friends of Mr. Redpath have not g|
eard of or from him since he disappeared \
om this city some time ago. a
John Shephan, No. 35 Carmine street, ai
lot H. Vongertschen, in front of his ra
fflidence. No. 39 Christopher street" and^
leu shot himself. Both will die. He"
ad regarded Vongertschen unduly in
mate witn nis wile.
* *? > . . of
To* Safely Hidden. \\
Washington, September 80.?A party a
i Illinois applies to the Secretary of the th
reasury for the redemption of five cou>n8
of United States bonds,' representing
iveral thousand dollars. The, applicant Ti
leges that for safe keeping he placed the
rnpons in a tin box and deposited them J}*
i a stove pipe: that lubaeaaently a fire ~
asbailt and the coupons destroyed. The
ihes were retained in the box and preinted
with the application. The decision
i the case is that the statute authorizing
ie;fedempUon of called bonds where R
ear and unequivocal evidence has been iQ
irnished that they have been destroyed, to
568 not apply to coupons which at the ar
me of their destruction were detached d
om thp bonds.. The coupons in question Q
aving been detached from the bonds at
uuxot be redeemed. d,
!;i J " 0 m mii ' '
, The Man tint (an Bunk Bobb?ry. BQ
Tfiw Yosk, September 30.?Edward p,
eheU, President of the Manhattan Savigi
Inatilation, to-djiv visited the police
eadquartets regarding the letter which
ad been received from the Scotland Yard S'
etectives, London, England. The letter
ated that some of the bonds stolen from "
le Manhattan Bank had been sold in ?j
ondon, and the persons who sold them
ere being shadowed by detectives. It ,
'as decided to send a reply at once to !f
le Scotland Yard detectives, and the cap- ?'
ire of the thieves, who are now dispos- ".
lg ol the stolen bonds, may be expected. q
Bas? Ball.
At Providence?In closing the League
ase "ball contest here to-day, the score P"
iood: Providence 14, Boston 3. The *'
rovldence clob was subsequently enter- "
lined at a banquet at the Park Garden. ;r
At Buffalo-Buffalo 10, Chicago 3, mak- 91
ig the Bufialos tie with the Chicagos for V
le third place in the League championhip.
AtOleveland?Cleveland8,Cincinnati0. nj
SnlcMe. H
Bo?row, September 30.?Henry A. Hall, J]
well known rubber manufacturer, sulci- u
ed at Bridgewater this afternoon by cut- ti
n?r his throat in a bath tub. D
* ? ? p!
Obituary.
Hartford, September30.?Hon. Francis ft
lillette died at hit residence to-day. He *j
as the Free Soil United States Senator ~
>r the session of 1844-5, tor the unexpired
>rm ot Trueman Smith. He was the N
ither of Congressman Gillette of Iowa.
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS.
The rfvei at Pittsburgh is four inches be- S
>w the marks. S
The situation in Eastern Boumelia is n
onsidered critical. J
Russia has appropriated five millions of ,,
oublee for the improvement of her Baltic ?
orts. The
Princess Louise sails for home on K
be 18th of October. Her phyalclans adise
a change of air.
? d
AlIro?dOu?tU. ' n
This company now has under contract tl
n extension ol fifteen miles Iron Virginia J
unction, twenty-two miles from Pitta- ?
urgh, southward to HUbboro on the old fi
rational road. From Hlllaboro it is "
birty miles due south to th?line of West
Virginia and ten miles from the line to J
iorgantown, the county seat ot Monon- t
;alia county, and the leading town of that 0
>ortion of the State. The extension to a
Iorgantown will open up a comparatively .
lew oonntry, and wdl reach Uuje deposits j
if Iron ore in Greene county, Pa., and in
lonongalla county, W. Va., from which, ,
t is claimed, ore of a superior quality can f,
M delivered at the Pittsburgh furnaces at .
i much lower rate than any they can now t]
ibtain. Thtprojectors of the road do not j|
jutSfbdldro'to thi^sjumonand Ohtolt 1
jrafton and thence southward by Philinpi
ind Beverly to the Chesapeake and Ohio
road. {
FOREIGN NEWS.
TUK DDMATIKFIEI) IBINU TEHAMTM.
London, September 30.?The Tima, la
dlacnaaiog the effects of ttunell's poller,
uts: It would become really formidable
only If It ahould extend all or it Ireland.
The Fall Mall Qautli concedes that the
somplalnta ol the Irish tenant larmera are
moatly genuine; that they are lor a moment
able to pay their rent, and they beHere
In their right to remain on land. In
iny event II the general refusal to pay
rent li followed by a wholesale conviction
this again will certalnlv be followed by a
write ol agrarian murders, and unless the
Irlah Executive ia prepared to aupport the
andlonl bv measures amounting to little
eae than the military occupation of a largo
>art of the oountry, the landlorda will
tare to choose between virtually concedng
the tenants' claim to fixity of tenure
ind giving the signal for the outbreak of
omethlng hardly diatingoiahable from
ivil war.
The anti-rent agitation la only one
jnong other svmptoms, of the general nnest
of Ireland. The enthusiasm by which
'arnell'a progress has been attended has
nfinltely weakened the hands of the more
ooderate Home Rulere and emboldened
he Ultraa; aud among Its first reenlls was
he somewhat precipitate proposal to asemble
a national convention. The genrally
troublous prospect in Ireland ia not
eally affected by the suocess or failure ol
ny given scheme for organising pressure
rton (tin rmcarnmanl Tim nmaant tarn.
er of the Irish people and their leaden
oncernsnsmuch more seriously than any
articular proposal (or its manifestation,
nd while this temper remains what It Is,
ome seditious among the people and
ecklessly incendiary among the leaden,
be situation must be a grave one whether
le contention ever meets or not. The
Id statute which prohibited conventions
1 Ireland has been repealed.
RUSSIA.'
Loxdox, September 30.?A Vienna dliatch
says The Emperor ol Russia is 1
Bering from mental fatigue and dally
Btting worse.
The rinderpest Is raging in Russia, i
oland, with great violence and further
recautions have been taken to prevent
a introduction into Germany.
A St Petersburg telegram says that the
Qgagement at Geok Tepe, resulted In a i
imporary capture of Glok Tepe.
The opinion prevails that the Baker exedition
will return and winter at !
chiklilar in consequence of sickness and
:arclty of provisions.
St. PrrjESBi-RO, September SO.-The Ir
aic-Ruut givee the following details of i
ie affair at Geok Tepe. The Turcomans,
umbering 15,000 combatants, with 5,000
on-combatant*, retired to the fortified
illage of Dengil Tepe, after having several
moil unsuccessfully attacked the Russians,
be Russian attack on Dengil Tepe lasted ae
whole day. The village was stormed
. five o'clock in the afternoon. The Rus
ana were too tired to pursue the enemv.
n official dispatch from Gen. Lamakin '
wfirms the report of a Russian success ]
id says that the Russians occupied Bour- a
on the 10th of September.
ENGLAND.
London, September 30.?The committee
Manchester shareholders of the Great
restern Railroad of Canada, have issued
circular stating that they are averse to
e policy of the directors, and have dermmed
to continue the agitation in hope
Effecting a cessation of competition be- .
reen the Great Western and Grand i
ruuk lines.
The Sportsman announoes that Immedi- (
ely after the Boyd-Higmns race yesterly,
Elliott challenged Boyd to row for
100 aside. The offer was accepted. i
FRANCE. ,
Paris, September 30.?Prince Orloff,
ussian Ambassador at Paris, on return* '
g from Copenhagen will meet here, Oc- <
ber 10th. Grand Dukes Constantine
id Nicholas, Czar's brothers, Grand i
ukes Alexis and Vlandemier,Czar's sons,
rand Duchesses Marie and Christine,
If! flAIlTlL Rnhnnmlftff Un?lon Amnaa.
>r at London.
Politic*! gossip will inevitably uaaooiate ]
ich asaemblage with rumors ol ap- '
oachment between France and Huaaia.
afuhajiistax.
Sixu, September 80.?A telegram from
mtargarden, the 27th, says: General
oberta haa arrived there and his party
as fired at by a large body ol Mongols, <
jar Zsgathana and live Sikhs killed. The !
ongola repulsed with a losa.
The latest newa from Cabul states that all I
qniet there. Dakka was occupied withit
opposition on the 20th. The newa '
om Mandalay to the 22d, reports all
liet there.
oekjlutt.
lokms, September 30.?A Vienna dis- '
itch says that it is now certain that
rince GortscbakofTwill visit Berlin. The |
rince acts on his own initiative in makig
the visit, the object of which is to con- '
lit Bismarck on his recent jonrney to 1
ienna. I
i lento* run.
The symptoms are moisture, like persiration,
intense Itching, increased by .
xatching, very distressing, particularly
I night, as if pin worms were orawling in
id about the rectum, the private parts
re sometimes affected; if allowed toconnue,
very serious results msy lollow.
a. Swayne's All Hjuuxs Ointkixt is a
leaaantsure cure.
Hokx Cueis.?We were great sufferers
om Itching Piles, the symptoms were
i above described, the use of Swayne's
intment in a short time made a perfect :
ire.
J. W. Obsist, Boot A Shoe House, 344
2d St.
T. 0. wrrmak, Hatter, 8 S. 8th St,
hilad'a.
Reader, if you are suffering from this
istresslng Complaint, or Tetter, Itch,
cald Head, Ring Worm, or any Crusty,
caly Skin Eruption, use Swayne's Ointlent
and be cured. Sent bv mail to any
ddrees on receipt of price (in current or
cent postage stamps), SO cents a box,
iree boxes, $1 25. Address letters, Dr.
wayne a bob, mm n. sunn ou, rnuaueihia.
_No charge for id vice. Sold by ieadig
drnggima. mwfaw
fonihlBfNpclli la UMKor&laf.^
ry, parched, tore throat, losing flesh,
ronchial and asthmatic attacks, pneuloaia,
weakened and debilitated state ol
be system, all theeedangeroos symptom*
re cored by "Dr. Swavne'a Compound
yrup of wild Cherry.'1 The first dow
ivBa relief, and the worst cough and aore
jngs yield to Its healing proprieties?
Physicians recommend it"
"I have made use of this preparation for
lanv years, and it has proved to be very
eliable and efficacious in the treatment of
evere and longstanding coughs. I know
nd w&> but for its use I consider wocdtl
lot now be living.?Isaac 8. Herbien, H.
)., Strauatown, Berks county, Pa."
Price-Trial bottles, 28 cents; Urge slie,
rliicb is the moet economical, SI 00, or six
3r $5 00. A single 26-oent bottle will oftntimes
cure a recent cough or cold, and
has prevent much suffering and risk of
its. Prepared only by Dr. Swarne & 8on,
'hiladelplila. Sold by leading druggists.
_ inrrjr
Fob sleeplessness, withooldextremltles,
Uxroxo's Jaiuica Goran.
?
A BUmrnf People.
Do yon know that there in strange peopl
iu our comtpuntty, we my itranje becaua
they eeem to prefer to luffer and pea the!
dajn mlaenbljr, made to by dmapsla, am
llrerooni plaint, lodl|eetioD, coMUpitlon ant
Itneiml debility, whan Bhlloh'i VUallwr li
guaranteed to cart
Sold by E. Docking,Odd Fellow'. Hall;C2.K
DwlghLSMthand Chapllne 8ta; Langhlln Bros
& Co., Wheeling; and Husbands A Inskip
Bellalre.
Fire Hudrfd Tbouund Ntron*.
In the put few months there has been mon
j than?600,000 bottles of Bhiloh's Care sold
Oat of the vsst number of people who have
need it, more than 2,000 cases of Consumption
have been cured. All oonghs, croup, asthms
and bronchitis, yield at once, hence it Is that
everybody (peaks In Its praise. To those
who have not used ill let us say, if vou haves
oough, or your child the cronp, and von value
life don't fail to try it. For lame back, sldeor
cheat, use Bhiloh's Porous Plaster.
Bold by B. Booking, Odd Fellow's Hall; C.
E. Dwight, 34th and Chapllne 8ta; Laughlin
Bros. & Co., Wheeling; and Husbands A In*
skip, Bellalre.
Wa have a speedy and positive oure for
catarrh, diphtheria, oanker mouth, and head,
ache, in Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy. A. nasal Injector
free with each bottle. Use it if you d*
sire health and sweei breath. Price 50 cents.
8old by E. Booking, Odd Fellow's Hall: C.
E. Dwight, 34th and Chapllne Sta.; Laughlln
Bros, A Co., Wheeling; and Husbands it Inakin.
Bellalre. mrvMow
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, AO.
g F. HIQG1N8?
PAINTER AND GRAINER.
Orders by mail or othcrwlM, 1613 Jftoob
street or
HIOGIN8' GALLERY,
Will r?c?lTt lmmtdUU mention. ?prU
j^ATTHEW W. MILLEB,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
I> xurr prepared to do all kluda of
Paper-Huglng, Ktlsominlog aid 61tzla|.
RESIDENCE 1M3 EOFP STREET.
All orders promptly attended to. apl8
gELUNG OFF iT COST."
UdW, Mlana and Woman'* Fox Buttoo?l
OalUra . 9 l 00
Udlaa' Walking Show .... \ 00
L?dl?>811mn 78
"Hoghfla*" make of Children'^ Shoe*, all oolora, 80
Udlca* Fine Taitlm Ualtara, at all pricae.
JOHN FRANK,
M? nio Mala Stmt
ROND8 AND NOTES,
JLJ
Well secured by real estate m this vicinity,
xmght and aola.
J. DALLAS EW1NG,
No. 1000 Mais Strut,
>al8 Up staira, next to Exchange Bank.
POR PASSAGE TICKETS
TO AMD FROM EUROPE,
Call at
H. P. BEHRENS',
kgent (or SIX POPULAR 8TBAM8HIP LINES,
317 and 2219 Market btreet, opsoaite Centre Market
ioa*e> ?17
Cor.Elm and Pearl Sts.
ENAMELED GRATES
jy?
0ABBOLL BROa,
iRANITE AND MARBLE WORKERS
And Importer* of the Re*t
SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBI.EW,
loa. t, 8 and 10 Sixteenth Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
MTA fine selection ot Monument* and Tablet* eontantlj
on hand, which will be aold at price* to rait
he time*. aptt
QRNAHENTALEvergreen
Wreathing.
Mottoes, Design*, Ac. Al*e, Stamp*. Stencil* and
leal*, at
WEST VA. STENCIL AND SEAL WORKS,
a?w ?i?. mi Marat 8U. Wheeling. W. Vs.
[^0 CASESAmerican
Breakfast Cereals,
J ait rocdred by
IV. SCHULZ, .
Jy? 1119 Mark* Street.
^ CARDI
an now occupying my new Fork House la the dty
ib Fifteenth street extension, between Market and
lain streets, and will have constantly on hand a full
tock of "Mom Bom Hams," Shoulders, Breakfast
iacon, Clear Bides, Ac., Ac.
tehll GEO. H. PABKH
ROVING TIME.?
IFZLAJSTOS
Uoved carefully by competent hands with
FRENCH & CO.'S PATENT TRUCK,
it the meet reasonable prioee. Orders for
noting Household Goods also promptly at*
landed to. Leave orders at
LUCAS' MUSIC STORE,
mh 1M7 Karfcet Stmt.
HUtiHUIIMMItU
PuuHtftitcr Gains
tolSlk
AM SIX TUB TK NAME ISBN TIB BkrflMI
as-RANwras^
Mwr
A
No o*e who ? thoiooohlt sxouLAK In the
boweli li hill u lUble to dljeuei u be that U lrrtfulir.
He mij be itucked by eonUftoui dlaeuee, ?nd
to may the Irregular, bat he is not netrly u tubject
to outilde lofluenc*. The om of
i Hrraui nuucr /lprnroi
McurwrffaUritj, and conraqnant i mm unity from
80LD BY ALL DBPGQISTS.
Aiyry Month tad expense* fuaraatead to Afenta.
3) I | Ootflt irea. 8 HAW A CO., Aorata, Mil do.
777 A YEAS and expenses to amnta. Outfit
*/// Fin. Addrm iTo. VICKEBY, Augusta,
Mil oo.
newspaper Adtartlslng Bamn, 10 Bpruct bt, B. Y.
FROM
Emiaeat WILMER BRINTON, U. 0,
Baltimore, M(l.,
ItureoMd OoLon'i Lfiuio'a Liquid Errtxcr
Or Bid ?nd TonU Inrlgontor la my prsctir*. aad
hare bean much gratified wl h the result At a
TOWC In all caaes of oniurr and wkakxul
axjuiu, CHLQioaia, do., It cannot be inrp?td.
gRIOTWOEK.
Kum ud Data Mt la UMIannl njte
bad Chlmnar draughts rarolatad and lapruTad,
Paring aad BriehUylng la Jilts parts promptly and
TffiuK * McGRANAHAN,
Woe. ? Fifteenth 8tract aad 7M Market Stmt
wia ____
DLANK BOOKS?The Daily I*txlu?
D flMMT Book Bindery doaa b?tUr work o! all
kiadi thao aay.afloa In W?at Ytrflnia.
J1W1LBY AMP WATCXia.
[Wedding Presents!
i
i
a W1M opto losUj a bttoUfal llMti mv imifm ia
ELECTRO-PLATED WARE,
OofUlltlBf Ol "
VASES, CARD-STANDS, TOUR SKT8
isdrthirarticlaanlubUfor jiiMiuu. QUI tod nTURNER
At DILLON,
all
QLOSINQ OCT 8ALB AT
O. P. BROWN'S
ORUTBAaoiBMDf
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
(Solid SUrer and PliUd Ware, Tibk u4 Pocket Cutlarj,
Guna, Platola, BpacUdaa, Opm Glaasaa, ete.,tte.
Intending tochann ay bod MM. 1 stUU Iran this
data force ike tale of mj enUn atock at Buck price#
aaltmajr briog, regirdlessof iuooit. The atock ootn*
prta* a Iam and vail adscted aaavtmant ol sack
tooda aa Art kept In firttelasa iawelry storaa. ThoM
la vast of sock goods an promued^ma baryaina.
on bi TwMU mm. wtwilim, w. fn
yon
Qu lad as oaat tad wall aaiacud stock ol
WATCHBB, CLOCKS,
JKWKLUT, KPECTACLKS, te.al
MHM BECKER'S, S30S laoob Str.tt,
aim uj oiuer bouMla Ua dty;sad to ooorlBca I
yoctialf oalltod aaa. M7
REMOVAL.'
Hiring roaorad to Ho. 10M Mark* ttraat, oppoalta .
thalowaraod of Markat Hooa*l wUlboplaoaadto
hire my old Mtrona, m will aa tha public la general, 1
to call and examine mj new atoek of Wfttohaa, Uocka
PICTUHE8 AMD ART MATIRIALS.
JjiRESH ARRIVAL OF 1 ~ 1
GOLD PICTURE CORD. i
Will not Urn lab. Alao, Una VELVET FRAMES,
PARLQB PECO BATING VINES, Ac., al
W. S. HUTCH1NS.
MT
^yiNDOW CORNICES AND {
j PICTURE FRAMES.
I An elegant uaortment at the OPEBA HOUSE ABT
STORE, on Fourteenth itraek .
aaM HENBT FLOOD.
j J^UNCH BASKETS, ,
; SCHOOL BAGS,
raOTOOBAPH ALBUMS.
Hand mirror*,
For aalo at tha
MeLURE HO DBS ART STVRX.
aelfl . Ho. 8S Twelfth atr?t.
^RACKETS, !
Wall Pockets, Clock Shelves, tc.
All Hew and Elegant Deatau^and at
atFiuctIve prices.
KIRK'S, ;
? !7 1008 Main Street. 1
OAS AND 8TEAM FITTING.
J^UKE FITION,
PRACTICAL PUJMBEA ft. STEAM FITTER,
NO. 1411 MAIN 8TKXET,
Haa J uat received a now lot of the beet
GTJMHOSB J
Warranted. Abo, Uie lateat patent OAS COOKING
STOVE. Por aale cheap.
y All order* proapUr attended U. ?yl ]
THOMPSON &HIBBERD,,
PRACTICAL
Plumtaeis,Gas & Steam FttteiSi;
1X14 MAIUUST ST., WHKfUBG.
Oetlex In all "klndi of Leod, Wtoa?ht and Owt Iron ,
Wp?, Sower Piww and Cklmner Tope. Btaaa and \
Water Gauxee, tabon Pnafa Safet/Valvea, Balk
Tube, Blnka, do. Bole Agenuior Coloteatod
Cameron 8 to am Pump,
ffnierwritow Chi llwWin t
M-Ordot from the country promptly ailed.*** /
ao? e
- . . U
RANTED,
EVERYBODY TO CALL 1
t
TRIMBLE & HQHNBRQOK'S1
PIUMBINB ESTABLISHMENT,
< "4-1S Market Street, 1
I - And fyrnina the
LUTZ PATENT '
iron Hydrant & Street Washer, !
rHE BKOT IN THE MABOT.
1 rhey can be repaired without digging op \
roar pavement or yard. Je28 ]
Mik
THE BEST
WASHING COMPOUND
EVER TOT UFOK TAB MARKET.
Th# only one that mt? later and wpans? without
Injuring tha libcic.
JUST THB THINq W HOT WEATHEB.
Sold by Grocer* mrywhara.
aull-MWAf .
FANCY nYFIMC
wIk
PATENTS. j
J.BVM * BICKEL, Mollrllon.
to*fSS,?.I"2idlL0?iSirla (Mail '
W*SjSHS8EK 1
ipHE BOSS OY8TEB8
Antob.tado(TllO?.H?TlUa.?h.k h,^n?
'uJHwr
&SJ
i
PHY 000P?.
NOW FOR IT!
We ete the Urged Uaeot
BLACK CASHiERES
la the dir. riDgiot from 10 da upward. We weuld
uk thelodleetoodlaad exnaalne theee food* before
I purehaalnf. A larfe line of handeowe
Fall Dross Goods
Coapridng all tha Lated Vonltfee, and at extremely
low prieaa. Tha mated ofier In the dtr in a Urge
lined Home Made BLAHKBT8 aod FLAMMKL&
-A- B-AJROA.I3Sr.
Tvdvtyaidaipleodld haarrShaatlog Modio(or
1 00. Pin haodrod Tarda deary Oray Twilled
fluid at life, worth fully lie. The beat rdoa lo
theetty la Rateaad Twilled Bod Fannd.
.Come and eeoaroflerinnand we will prora to you
that the plaeo to bay DBYGOODS U at
HENRY ROEMER'8,
Ha ?M MAIN fflESTT.
. N. B.?fiOO poaodaol Woolen Yam, all colore, at the
lowad ftieea. ettt
NEW FALL
AND
WINTER GOODS!
Stock Unusually Large and
Complete.
FULL DOUBLE THAT OF ANY
HOUSE IN THE'CITY.
The only place where you can find everyhing
made in Dry Goods, from the loweit
wlced Muslins to the finest Silks and French
Novelties imported.
Bpecial Bargains in every department
800 pieoes Block and Colored Cashmeres,
!rom 87He. to $1 per yard.
Look at our One Dollar Black Bilks.
Our Cashmere at 75c. we warrant equal to
he usual dollar Cashmere.
We sell everything cheap, but for cash
>nly.
Our goods all marked in plain figures and
told at one price only.
People who are not judges of Dry Qoodi
fill make money by buying of us.
I c Dunncc p. on
<i u> iiiiuuLg vx uu>
IIS* ?u?I lift# aata direct.
nil
rUHIIITUBK. UPHOLSTERY. AO.
J^ODNGES
Jpbobtered la e*ery style; ill prioM Md the lowest
n the city.
FRIEND L SON, 1063 Mtin Street.
?n
PUBNITURE AND PARLOR
FIXTURES.
Hew 8tyle? PARLOR 8UIT8 froui 160 00 npwardi.
Bedroom Suits la Uttat styles. New designs of Carets.
Kamplea of lace Curtains and Window Blinds from
Oo upward.
11 kind* of Trimmlnp for Lambrequins.
^Frlnft^QUnpa, Cords and Tmn1>, Coraloes and
Flower Bunds, all styles, from SI 00 upwards.
Cortain Loops and Hooks at all prices.
The public are Invited to give me a call before pnrhiring
elsewhere, as I am sure to please.
C. Wn.HEI.MS
?e!7 No. 11 Twelfth*Street
Udhorued by the Commonwealth of Ay.
?~ I3tk==
POPULAH MONTHLY DRAWING OP THE
Commonwealth Distribution Co.
AT MACAU LEY'S THEATRE,
la the City of LouIitIUc, on
OCTOBER. 31, 1870.
THESE DRAWINGS, AUTHOHIZED BY ACT
IF THE LEGISLATURE OF 1889, AMD SUSTAINED
BY ALL THE COURTS OF KENTUCKY (ill
mudulent admHtmenli ofotka lottery companiet uho
(eta tht toU ovnerthip Of "all the granU in JkntucMf."
ulu contrary. nctieitJutandinfi), OCCUU EEOULAR<Y
OS THE LAST DAY ofMVERY MONTH (SUN)AYS
KXCEPIED). and are supervised by
'ROH1NENT STATE OFFICIALS.
Grind ud unprecedented tacceM of the new feaarea.
Every ticket-holder can bo bli own 8apenri*or,
all oat hit number and ice It placed in the wheel.
The Management call attention to the grind opporunltjr
pretented of obtaining for onljr |2 any of
THE FOLLOWING PRIZES:
l Prlae ? 10,000 100 Prixeal 100 each tlO.OOO
I Prise 10,000 *? Prlwa 60 each 10,100
I Prlae. 6,000 600 Prlaea 20 each 12,000
OPrlaei 1,000each 10,000 1000 Print 10 aach 10,000
0 Prlna 600 each 10,090
9 Prlxea 1300 each, approximation prlaeaM<MM. 2,700
fPriMB 100 aacn, " ' 1,100
1 Prlaat 100 each, " " 900
?U^?A>
WM? TlekeU, |?. 11.1 f Ticket., |L
(7 Ticket*, $00. 53 Tickets, *100,
Ail ag>lkaUcna for dab rataa should bo made to the
Toll list of drawing published in Louisville CoorkrroumaJ
and Now York Herald, and mailed to all
lcket bold era. For ticket* and Information address
P. J. COMMEBFORD, Secretary, Courier-Journal
tattling, LonliTille, Ky. wM
pOLLLLNE OF GENTL.EMEN'8
FALL & WINTER
UNDERWEAR,
AT
THOS. HUGHES & CO.'S
NO. 1211 MARKET STREET.
*28 I
j?EY CITY
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY TOPS
Art eaaily applied to TVagoni or Buggier,
and are a good protection against tun or rain.
They can b? bought at vary low prices at
Jacob Snyder's,
i?? wo. i?nnn?Tw street.:
ELEGANT LINE OF
China, Glass and Queensware
ad HOUSE PIIBJtlBHIWO GOODS, u
JOHN FRIEDEL'M
mb im maw rnuar
B. WOODS,
Surveyor and Real Estate Agent
OfiM MO. 1140 CHArL?l tTBBIT,
WkMllai, w. V*.

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