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Knltrtd at the Potlcfflet at Wkttling, II* I'a.,<u*a*d clou mail matUr. , PBLW ?5s CAMPBELL, rciLXiniM amd rmrnrroM. Oilier: Auh. MO <UMi J7 fuurievMU NireeI. CHIDAY MOKM.X', MlPIKMUlK 3. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET, ma riu&JDBXT. JAMES A. GARFIELD, or ouio. rot riCK-rusiourr CHESTER A. ARTHUR, or SKW TOKK. Presidential Eleotori. XLRCTOXS AT LAR0RI A. W. CAMPBELL, of Ohio Coast/. JAB. L. McLEAN, ol Putnam Countj. CORORXMOXAL DISTRICT U.UCTOHK I at?JOHN A. CAMPBELL, Hancock County, 2d -a. M JUUND-TUNfc, U|abar County. W ?J. H. &ENAOER, Maaon county. REPUBUCW STATf TICKET. VOX OOVXRXOR, GEO. C. STURGI'S, of Monongalia, BUMRXXTRRDRXT ov rui SCHOOLS, A. L. PURINTON, of Wood. ATTORRRT ORXttAL, GEO. B. CALDWELL, of Ohio. AUDITOR, JOHN 8. CUNNINGHAM, of Kanawha. THIAIDIU, RICHARD BURKE, of Monroe, ?unumx judo*, Kl> WIN MAXWELL, of Hanlsoo. you COKOMUSS, IH District?JOHN A. HUTTH1NbON, 0/ Wood. :d District?J. T. HOKE, of Mineral. The Constitutional Amendment. Cenitltuilonai Amendment. Article eight?For Ratification. Constitutional Amendment, Section thirteen, Arti .clft tiirif?J-'ur KaUdcaiiou. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. GEORGE H. PARES. rxos*cim*o attoxxxt, T. J. HUGUS. - JUUKUOK, CJTY DISTRICT, C. A. HELM BRIGHT. AVIK8SOR, COCRTKY DISTRICT, R. U. ARMSTRONG. UODSK or DXLROATX8, W. P. HUBBARD, C. D. THOMPSON, JOHN FREW, BIMON L. McCOLLOCH. KEFUiiiacAW aBBUflw* KlD|?m. rmloo S'P1- ?? *<*?""? t w&? frCSSMk li'"*l!'A- *? P?UD<1" ?, ??? H. IM .?? opt JS'ikV!^?7'^?b" "?B<au **" ^ c""i" n'o??.^P^ ?'H"?- J?"? A ??? sfeslsLf- w' - d-f' lassgs&t. SS3fe?-Sisaft* "ftSSbSrll ? Burton, W. J. W. Cowder. J,fiiLSgff"?u?yTi'^-M ?PwH" Wciitl IrKlnm llmirlMitiUni. ?i am prepared to say that toe have Uit wonl Constitution ?f awJ &?te ,n ^ Union. [Ex Judge James Ferguson, of Kanaiclia?a Democrat.] m 9 ll.rlio-pT l or Mnl? IP W?M*lr*l?to. "J hale the Jtepuhtican parly uilh all the in' tatlly Of my nature. 1 inltnci to Uach mi / children to halt it. I I'td hating it, and jntan to go to my grav- hating it."?Speech oj Jake Jachon, Dtm. candidate/or Gottnwr, a Vnirmmt. Julll 28. | | < Hhy llif taiilbliMll'1 lorlliwfofk. Consider ichat Lee and Jactxm imuld tk vm Ihty aim. That art tht mu principle, /or I'hich Ihty fought for four yem. Umum l?r the men tcho poured forth fieir life Wood on iiryinia'l toil, and do not abandon them now. Kememler that upon your mle dependt theiuc rett of lilt Democratic ticiet.?[ H'ade 1lamp ton, at tht meeting in tht infcrot of Democratic Harmony in Virginia, at .Staunton, July 20. TB? IlnrUr/r Uliu* Worlin-A Helll*"""' Arrive*! ni-Operation* 10 l>e Kewuineu Mexl Jlouilny. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Buckeye (Martin's Ferry) Glass Works, on Monday lut.a committee was appoint oil to meet yesterday Hi the Bin It ol the Ohio Valley and arrange the details if t settlement which should include the basil indicated in the Ikteluosxcsh several days ago, Tlx: cutting down the old stock one-hall; adding $20,000 oi new stock: placing a mortgage of $30,000 coupon bonds on the works; and with the pro ceed* of the new stock and bonds pay ofi all the debts ol the concern. This settle moot of the difficulties of the Works wsi agreed upon yesterday, aad all the stod and bonds liave been Uken. The bondi ? are to bear 7 per cent interest' paytbli semi annually. They aro considered a verj desirable investment?being the onlj mortgage on the Worka-and wore eagerlj taken up. The bonds are already printed at th< iNTtLUOmcaB Job rooms, and will Ik aigned and the money received for them this week. This done, the Works will start up next Monday under the proai dency of H. W. Smith, Esq. Tfje indebtednees to be paid off is aa fol \?*fl I br lbs Bank ol Iba Ohio Vil Us ? lutati bT^ 5?l!Hde?r?~-?z?: * pi' JUcouowl b, lb. Excbtog? ??k t jluitln'* fvrrj ? JS Amount uu? Hforr lltlUof - Various book SWWWH - ^ 1 Toul_? - -- *U,W The proceeds of the $30,000 mortgigt and the $20,000 new Btock will pay this oil and leave a surplus of $5,000. To this sur plus there is to be added $25,000 in manu factured goods on hand, and $14,000 ol hook accouuts?making a total of $44,00C availnb'.e capital with which to run the concern. _ J?lir J?rku>n M fb?rl?l??-A Nnddni I'.uilmrrmjuimenl on 111? Capllal <|or? Hon. We have before us a Charleston, Kan awha county, letter of August 30th, which ""''?Jake Jackson made a speech here lut Saturday, at the Democratic County Con vention. It consisted ol nothing but abuse ol the Republican parly and an ex nluadon of his Capital record. He said that the reason he voted to take the Capi lal from this place waa that hla con.Utu Jmts demanded it, and when the question wasanbmltted to the people of hU oonntr I Wood) they stood by Oharleeton. About the time he was winding up his speech, some one banded him a note "?''we^edUxens"' this county, desire , I know how vou vof*l on the Cap tal '' -Uon when It was submitted to the people. Which of the three places did yon vote for? ?-?sml wh'jpered some "Jake reached o?<~ y r bing to Quarrier, and then picked op bis bat and put ont for the hotel, and did not :ome back again during the day. It would have been better for him If he aad not said anything on the.question." We should say so too. It certainly would have been better for Jake had he oot touched on the question, seeing that when ho was pinned down to the scratch he was afraid to tell how he voted. John K. Kenna, however, was not so prudent as Jske when he made his Mercer county apeech, and let thecatoutof the bag as to how Jake bad been true to Charleston on the sly?while making the Clarksburg people believe that he was friendly to them. We quote from Kenna'a* remarks as follows: "It is true that Mr. Jackson voted to re* move the Capital from Charleston. It is also true that he voted to re-locato it at Clarksburg. But in voting to remove it he knew that he was giving his own town an even chance with everv other when a permanent location should be made. But when tie bill was passed confining the choice to three noints?Clarksburg, Mar tinsburg and Charleston, I personally know that his sympathies were with Char leston against tho other points, and be only voted for Clarksburg because to vote for Charleston after having voted for removal from there would have been to stultify himself. I was in the county dur ing the Capital campaign. 1 stumped it for Charleston. He couuseled and encour aged hie people to attend our meetings and vote with us. Through his personal influ ence Charleston meetings were gotten up throughout Wood county. That in Par kersburg was attended by more than a thousand persons. To him more than any other man is duo the vote of Wood county in favor of Charleston." In view of this revelation on the part of Kenna it is no wonder that Jake felt somewhat embarrassed by the question sent up to feim. It would not do for him to endorse that explanation, and of course it would not do for him to deny it. So the only thing left was to retreat Upon the whole, we think it would liavfl been better for Jacob had he toted fair on the Capital question. People do not ad mire a man who plays a doable handed game in public or private life. Tub Catholic Review prints the following "Railroad guide for travelers on their way to Heaven:" First?No retnrn ticket or excursion trains. Second?Infants in the arms of their Holy Mother the Catholic Church, free. Third?No deadheads or ^alf fares al Fourth?Travelers ire particularly re quested to bring nothing with them but Koo<l works, otherwise they may miss the train or incur serious trouble on the Iron tier. Fifth?Clergy men as well as others carry ing mouey run great risks?no insurance taken on snch luggage. Sixth?Passengers are received at all points on this route. Seventh?No runners, gamblers, drunk ards. thieves or scalp tickets permitted. Eighth?Travelers should beware of counterfeit tickets Issued by unauthorized agents, and also the pickpockets, Pride and Boasting. Ninth?Baggage should be examined from timo to time for fear of rustor moths. Tenth-Parents are requested to keep an eye on their children, as they may be spirited away by bad people and fallen angels; tbey are also requested not to ex pose their children to dangers on the plat form. Eleventh?Young people should avoid the dangerous custom of looking out of the windows and admiring the scenery, as dust and poison are in the air. Twelfth?No lay-over tickets issued, Tickets non-transferable Thirteenth?For further information apply at the head office, and be it fully understood that faith, and when possible good works, are necessary accomplish ments for all those who desire to travel this way. _ ^ To all of which the Chrittian ai Work adds this comment: t "In order to accommodate all several special trains will run, known as the Bap tist train, Methodist, Presbyterian. Epis copal, Lutheran, Reformed Dutch and othor trains: the passport of faith good on all; on the Baptist train part of the trip is by water, bnt the destination and condi tions of travel are the same." The Boston Herald (Ind.) wants answers to these questions: "What is your Demo crat to do when he is put into office other and better than is now being done? Have you a better financial policy tb&n John Sherman? Is your idea of the civil service higher than Carl Schurz's? Can you find any soldiers left as a menace at the South by the present war officers? Do you pretend thatyou can carry mails bet ter or more economically? The country is too busy and prosperous, and too well con tented with the character and course of the present administration, to go in for a cbanue just to see how it would work. There is so little in the record of the Democratic party for the past dozen years on more to inspire confidence in its in herent superiority to the party in power that a few specific abuses needing reform and a bill of particulars as to tbe glorious results of a change are likely to be called for before there is any stampede of voters iuto the camp of the opposition." Tub balance of trade in our favor has fallen off very much in the last year, but the result is due, of course, not to a de crease in the volume of exports, but to an enormous increase in the volume of im ports. During the month of Jnly, accord ing to tho official report just published, the balance was $4,000,000 larger than for the same month in tbe provious year, but for the seven months ending J nly 31st, the balanco was $80,000,000 less than for tfeft same period of 1870. The comparison is fully shown by the lellowing table, only balances being given: 1M0. 1879. Month ending July 8t~...?~$ 11,717,803 ? 9,811,849 MTrt) uuothi ending July? 41,878,178 124.880,000 Tweivfe nioaiha ending JulyK 171,784,247 288,845,204 Tho rate of Increase of imports has not been kept up, It will be observed, in July, while tbe exports have taken a sadden bonnd upward. It Is probable that the balance for the next fiscal year will show some Improvement over that of last year, unless there be another sudden aud great growth of imports, such as was witnessed in the first six months of this year. Tnc Southern Pacific Railroad haa been completed between Yuma, Arlaona, and Benson, in the same Territory, a distance of 3000 miles. Tbe mall route is now com pleted from San Francisco nearly across Southern Arizona, a distance of 1,000 miles. Transportation of mails-over it will begin about September BO. Theother end of the Southern Pacific is completed to within 900 miles of ?1 Paso, and it Is believed it will reach that point by Janu ary. Ariaoni rejoices itthavlng a railroad mail route at last. Witu "an honest vote, a free ballot, and a fair oount," Phillip* County (Ark.) would be Republican by J,000 majority. But two yean ago the Democrats of u,t region organised a band of night-riders, 00 strong, with two pieces of artillery, ind the Republican negroee haven't voted ince. They did pluck up courage to hold > meeting for the parpoee of organising or this campaign, and the consequence of t was the following notice poeted in the Helena yeoman; The man wtoo thinlca he can lead an op position against the organized Democracy Bf Phillips County is not only presump tuous, but extremely bold. It will require 5 body-guard equal to the whole number of votera in the Democratic ranks and a Qibralter in bis rear on the day of election. A Significant tircculmck Hcunnclatlon. The Hon. E. H. Qove, Chairman 6f the Maine Greenback State Committee, Green back candidate for Congress in the First Diatrict in 1678, and Secretary of State under Governor Garcelon, has written the following letter: Biodktord, August 20, 1880. GeiUkmen of the Greenback State Committee: 1 hereby sunender my membership of your organization and withdraw. Here after I shall act with the Republican party. No one can more sincerely regret the necessity that compels this step. The original end sought through a new party was currency reform; its present aim is "to beat the Republican party." The first issue called thousands out: - the second issue sends them back. Against the will aud calmer judgment of true men the per sistent and tireless Democracy have drag ged the Greenback party into this false position. I find it no longer an inde pendent organization. Its forces, as now directed, are one with the "Solid South." a factor in the struggle for Democratic supremacy. Of this party Solou Chase says: "Thev now stand upon the hardest kind of hard money platform, and the Bourbon rule In the South, where they have their own way, is a disgrace to the civilization of any country." A "Solid 8outh".is the boast of the Nor thern Democrats: it should be their shame aud confusion. It is not a community ol ideas, begotten of free discussion; it is the harmony of fear, the unity of terrorism, cemented in blood. Now we are united br fusion with this criminal and danger oua Solid South. The young, pure blood bf the Greenback party is to be transfused into the frame of this dying desperado. 1 can see nothing of advancement to Green back principles in this alliance, so fraught with National peril. I believe that the in terest and the good ?f the country are best served by the defeat of the Democratic party. That I may contribute to that end in the most immediate and direct manner, I go to the Republican party. I am yours, J). H. Gove, Chairman. The Democrat* are beginning to realize that the "coant" in Alabama was pro* digioasly overdone. The Democratic ma jority, according to laat reports, was 02,000, only 10,000 less than the entire Demo* critic vote in 1870. Yet it is acknowledged that 20,000 Greenback votes were cast in Northern Alabama alone. On anything like a fair vote ii is probable the opposi tion would have polled 50,000 to 76,000 votes, and carried a dozen of the most im portant counties in . the State. Tns Democrats who have testified from personal knowledge to their entire belief in Gen. Garfield's integrity are: Senator Thurman, W. H. Fallon. M C. (Qa.), Ex-Cong II. B Psrna. A.fitrphena, M. C. (Ot.), K. M. ? pear, M C. (Pa ), Judge J. 8. Black (Pa.) W. Springer, M. C. (111.) Lunqs dedicated to Wade Hampton: O what a tangled web we weave When fint ve practice t3 deceive. WlnroiiNlii Cranberries. Ripon, August 31.?Cranberry picking will soon begin in this State on one of the largest cropB ever harvested. It is an in dustry of great importance in many locali ties, and large investments are being an nually made in lands adapted to that pur pose." Last year the Wisconsin Valley railroad carried away 20,000 barrels, and it is estimated that the St. Paul transport ed as many more. Prices bid fair to rule low, $5 per barrel being the price offered at present, which is $2 or $3 below the av erage. About 10,000 pickers find employ ment during the season at fair wages. Ex-Governor Taylor is largely interested in the cultivation of this fruit. diedT ~ MENDEL?On Thursday morning, September 2, 1880, at 11 o'clock, of diphtheria, Otuo Bkbokb, ton of John E. and Mary Mendel, aged 7 join. IIKN PEL?On Thursday evening, September 2, 1880, at 8 o'clock, of diphtheria, Curran lUcbatdaon, son of Jubn B. and Mary Mendel, aged three years. Beth children vill be taken to WeUabnrg for burial | this tnornicg at 7 o'clock. SPECIAL NOTICES. A. CARD. To ill who tz% lUltriM !rom thi orron uU Indta otiIodi ol youth, ntnoui witicMi, wlr load nun hood, ac., I ?U1 mad . redp. llul will con JOU, FJUJE OP CBABOB. ThU r~> tmif ?u dl?OTcred bj ? mtaionur In South Anuria. Brad ? MlMdnari ?n?elop? to the Bur. Jomm T. l.MJtW. RUIlM D, AW YoflCilv. JMJRNITURE AND CARPETS. LiVTEST STYLES', lowest PRICES UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. BEST 1PACK8, Ac., FURNISHED. ZINK Sc. MOREHEA.D, 1117 Madc SraatT. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. DPAannf or Tauia?waaama tot. B.&O.K. Cent O. W. P. 4 B. Dlf a?r.4Ptttj P.C.A Bt L C. T. V. & S:f5t 5:10 P.M. IMC 6j10| <:W | A. H. |M0l ARaiTAL OP 115:10 B. AO. Cant. O. Dir ! W. P.4B.IM?., C1?t. k Plttf.. P. C. A BU Ln?w?". &T. V. 4JL 10 M P.M. 12:28 A.M. 8:22 18:80 4 W 10:10 10-66 A. M. | 2:15f ?.4C ?0t A. ??! , 810 6K)6| p. ?.| a. a. 7J61 W0t fc?| A.M. 862 r.M 1:58 P.*. 11:12, 8:62 I PtfO ?T. V. ? |BiW I .*V| I tlHlW excapt Sunday? Newark Accommodation. IHtMbaoTilie Accommodation.?ThU train during the day pum backward and forward between Mar tin's Ferry and Ed Id re, stopping whan required at Sherman Boata, JCtnarllla, Wert WheaUng and Orate! HU1. . ., IUrlrbavilU Accommodation. Canal Do tar Accommodation. TIME TABLE. Wheeling and Elm Grove Railroad. On and after WBDNE8DAY, JoneS, 1880, ears on the Wheeling and Elm OroteB. R. will run aa fol lows: Cars will aurt from each end of the road at 8:80 a.?., and regularly thereafter every half.hour, until llo'clock. p. m? except the following trips which wlU be omitted, vie 11:30 A. ItM and WO P. M. OsSandajs the 8:80 and 7 ft) a. M. and W0 P. X. trips will be omitted. Capitol dork Uwa. fi. LBONHABT. Bop't TJEMOVAL. JOHN HXJTCHINGS, Sign and OrnameaUl Painter. U now oeeupylrg HORNBROOK UA1A,lln Main aunt(opiuinj "FORTHE C0SINB CASPAIBN," Utt.tlp,, Portrtlu, oo?le in<i olhtrwlM, I loltM up chf.0 ?M In toal ?,!* ? I OIjOTHES WRPJQER8 Art thitMl ud tb*PMl Wrtnfm "? e??W- 't ,J. fit lor, pri<* ? "?Md B?? tarhUhloK Sum ot mi HAUIT BT, HEW ADVlRTiagMIWTt. WANTED-BOARDINGON THE I8L ?m ?ND *or J*oU?nun ana wife. Addrets 'B./' WANTED-A YOUNG GERMAN, T T between 18 tod 24: aood recommeodatiow rf qalrad. Apply to JO HM McNELL 4 CO., He. lilf Ma'n street. ?J1HE 1 F)R 8ALB?HORSES, MULES AND Boglee. J. W. FEBWKL T70R 8ALE - 8EVEN HEAD OF IJ Heavy Draft and Light Driving Horses, tad oue Coil Bank Male. Bungle*, Pbitioni and Spring Wagons, on Fiidiy and Saturday. Come If you want a' cheap hone tod bogy. J. ff. FEB HE L : MIS8E8 MILLS' SELECT SCHOOL, MO. 48 FIFTEENTH 8TRIET, Will reopen on MONDAT, Beptember e; 1880. Advantages in Vocal and lnstrumeatal Music will be oflered. "VfOTIOE. - A MEETING OF THE J.1 Stockholders of the Buckeyw Glsai Company will be held at tha office of the Company, lo Wheel ing, oa the 4th da; of October, 1880, at 2 o'clock p. for the purpose of redodrg the par value of sharri In the capital atockol the said Company, and such, other business as mar coma before the meeting. By order i of the Baud of Directors. J. F. MILLER, Secretary. Wukkuko, W. Vi., Sspt. 3.1880. i. QARFIELD AND ARTHUR! There will be a meeting of the Young Men's Garfield and Arthur Ciub, AT VETERAN HALL, McLURE BOUSE, This evening, at 7:80o'clock. Buslneaa ol Importince will be transacted. J. D. BTAHTON, President." F0*. IV CINCINNATI, LOUIS. VOLE AND 1NTERM EDlATf POINTS, the Commodious SIDNEY W. M, Lut, Master, a D. Lttr, Cler^, Will leave as above on Saturday, 8?pL 5, at tbre< o'clock r. M. For freight or paaaage apply on board or to n. H. BflOTH A HON. Ag?nt? JiOR CAMF MKETI.NG A7*4(ABT!N'3 PEBRY, OHIO, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1880. The new ateamer Cilrnax will leaveWheellng whsr) as follows: at 8:S0 a. m.. 10:10 a. m.. 1:80p. m., 6 80 p in. aud 10:80 p. m : will leave Martin's tarry, 0 ,at* a. m., 9 80 a. m., 1 p. m.,6 p. m? ard 10 p. m. Fan IQcenta. glfiPHEN MtODLLOUGH? CARPENTER AND BUILDER. iloofs, VaJI?j?, Coralcm tod 8kf UfbtMpirttctiUrlf attended to. All alteratlona made on old bulldlnga on reaaona* Shelves^ Counters and Deaka fitted up on ahort no tice. All Jeb work promptly attended to. 8hopatMr. Benl. Exley'a old stand, Allay IS, In *r of Capitol Building. ? Residence, 96 Nineteenth get. ? QRAND RALLY! There will be a meeting at Fulton, on 8ATUBDAY EVENING, 8EprEMBEB 4th. Addresses will be delivered by Hon. C. D. Hubbard and A.W. Campbell, Esq. All Clube are oordlally Invited to meet at the Htad< quarters of iheFlnt Ward Garfield and Arthur Club, f om where they will be escorted to Fulton by Vats' Band. " J^OTIGE TO SUNDAY SCHOOL AND TEMPERANCE WORKERS. MANTELS & GRATES 1 hart will he t Sunday School meeting oh the Wal nut Grore Camp Gromd, this I Friday) al ernoon, at 8 o'clock. Sunday School offlctra, teachers, a d actol ara will be admitted free. Alio a Goaf*) Temperance Meeting on Saturday erenlug Aat 7 o'clock. Ltt there be a irand rally on the part of all who work In these department! ol Christian effort. YOUR ATTENTION A MINUTE! PISHING AND traveling PAR r Tlia should take with lb cm Uittit'i Ewn? o! Jatnara Ginger and Grundy Cholera and Diarrhoa Mixture. Both valuable remedies. rice 25 centa. LOGAN, LIST d CO., Drnggiata. Bridgy Oora?T. PURIFY YOUR HOUSES. rpHE "GIRONDIN" DISINFECTANT JL la odarlaM, colorlw, cheap and efficient. full directions. UUhl, enJgmd. ^ ^ ^ jyjUSIO AT cost. In order to attend to the Piano and Organ business more largely, I offer,my large and well aaaorted stock of Music Books, Musical Instruments, and Musical Merchandise At Coat, to OloMe Out. Moalc buyers will find It to their InUiaat to make cany purchasM at this POSITIVE CLOSING OUT SALE, which must be rapidly uade, to maJtepoom for my fall Stock ol PIANOSAND ORGANS, which art offered at the most fayorable pricea. WILLIAM H. SHEIB, WASHINGTON BALL, Twalfth atresU ANTED?TO BUY-FROM 1,000 TO 1,000 ACRES OF OAK TIMBER LAND in Wat Virginia, convenient to sblppirg points. Partita ad dreeaing by mail will give description ol land and facilities lor shipping, as well at the closest cash prfoe. Parti** wishing to sell will give this thalr Im mediate attention. C. A. SCHAEFER ft. CO., Real Eetate and Notarial Buajneas, rrbas IMS Market Bt, Wheeling, W. Va jyjOSQUITO NETS? A (ef #f those cheep and eonayenlsnt "TurnoTer1' Mosquito Nets, 8UU lafu Gall early.' FRIEND 4 SON, 1063 Main 8tnat. MAKE A MEMORANDUM. The largest variety, and thaUlMt improT.m'Dti In Trn..ea,8iipi>oriera, Brief*. Hynntte., Jjurileal Inuniraanu,tc. Tru?? car*folly adjoited when deaired. OTdirt by mail promptly attended to. Bgg** U8T * Druggist*, Bridge Corner, Wheeling. LOOK AT THESE ITEMS. Eacelalor Tooth Powder. Beat in use. Paraon'a Cologne, I n bottles. Opera Boquet Cologne, as wanted. Optra Boouet, Extract. Ollulold Toilet Seta. Hair and Cloth Bruihee. And a full aaeortment ol flrat-claas Toilet goods at bottom prlcea. LOGAN, LIBT A CO., Druiglata. Bridge Corner. COOKING m HEATING STOVES pf SPECIAL ATTENTION 917JBN TC 9RATE BUTTING. B. F. CALDWELL, ?a2fl HOT ?nd 1809 MUM8TKKgr. AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HO I SE. GRAND OPENfNtfOF THE SEASON. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Stptmbir 3 lid 4, and Saturday Matinee. Engagement of the famoua Hoey & Haidie Combination From Wallick'aThfatre New York,who will product in magniqpent ityl? the lateat New York auccm, GEO. HfiYE'B KOMANTIO DRAMA, A CHILD OF THE STATE ?dotation 75 and fiO centa. Beaeraed anli $1. Saata on Bloat F. W. Biumer'a music atore, 1806 Mar ket itrcot. 8alo to commence Wedneadar morning, September lit. Matinee prices 60 tod 25 centa. Tha Kim OroTo Btreet Railway will run an extra car after each performance, atartlcg from the Gipltol BulMlog. OPERAHOUSE, Opening of the Grand Opera Seaaon by tha Renowned' EMMA ABBOTT GRAND ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY. Two nlghta only, TUK8DAY and WEDNE8DAY erenlnga. Bept 7th and 8th. The moat popular tad ruoceaaf ui Operatic Organixatlon In America. Com plete and perfect In ever/ detail. EMMA ABBOTT Prima Donna Soprano Aaaoluta. JULIE S04EWALD. ZBLDA SKOUIN, PAU LINE MAUUfcL, THERtBE MAUCY. WILLIAM CASTLE, FRANK AOUUSTIWE. A. E. STUD. DARDTlITHUOW JAMEJ, BKBVBRO 8TR1NI, and aRTUUR W. TAM8. Pint time in Grand tnaliah Optra of the world re nowned atlYor-Toicttl Tenor, SIGN OR BRIGNOU. Tuerdny evening, Hepu 7tn, only appearance of EMMA AHBbTr In Victor Maiao'a brand Opera, "Paul and Virginia!" Abtott, 8*guin. M'urei, Jamea, Buddard and Out'e in the can. Wedn'aday evening at 8 o'clock, Verdi's Maatenrork. "11 Trova tore!" with Roacwald, Beguin, Jamea, atelnl. Augus tin*, Marcy, and. for tha flrat time in Enalian Oi era, the diitlngulahed Tenor, Blgnor Brignoll, aa "Man rico." The aale of aeata will begin on Thuraday morning, September 2d, at F. W. Baumer'a muaio atore. Paicsa? Parquet and Dresa Circle, Si; Family Cir cle 75 centa; Rtacr*ed Seati W cent* extra, being the loweatpnoeaerer known for Grand Engltah Opera. TbefclmGrore Street Railway will run an extra car after each performance, atarling from the Capitol Bulldinc. MERCHANT TAILORS. Spring and Summer STOCK I HAVING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THE PREVAILING LOW PRICES Spring and Summer Goods In DECEMBER and JANUARY, by early purchases of our 8tock, we can offer superior inducement*. We carry (lie lurgesl line of goods In tlie illy, ana Our Get Ups are First-Class In every reaped. Persons desiring any tiling in our line will find it to their interest to Examine Our Stock BEFORE PURCHASING EL8KWHKBB. C. HESS & SON., Cor. Main and Fourteenth St*. FIRM HOUSTON & BINGELL, Wholesale Druggists, NO. 1310 MAIN STREET. We invite the attention of the trade to'our new and complete stock, and will be pleased to give quotations at any time. ? 8pedal attention given to order* from Phy sicians, and quality of goods guaranteed. Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, and we wili give yoti satisfaction. mvl J. C. OHR & CO., Daelrous of reducing their p resect lane itock of Piper llmiglnR*, to make room for Fill order*, would prewnt the following Aslo.NlfcJJlM.LY LOW FIGURES for the next 60 day* Begular "White Blank*, running eight yards (not seven-yard half whites), 10c; Mat Satin or Glased, 12&; Host Quality Flata, 15c to 20c: Beat Quality Bronse, 80o to 91 SO. We beg leave to call the attention of merchinta and othera to our line of BLANK BOOKS at d BTA TIONEllY lo all grade* We extend a spedtl Invita tion to the ladle* tacall and examine our Extra Fine StaUonerr, including Papeterlia, Correspondence, Visltlngand Hegret Card* In the latest si yles: also aomi- beautiful dteigna in "Chrouio-Litho*raphs on ratln," for the embellishment of Art Needle Work, aitch aa Table Mats. Pin Cushion*, Hand Screen*. Ac, ha., publlabed by De LaBue A Co., London. Partiee wishing Halls, Churches, Ceilings, Ac.. hand*?mely and artistically decorated, would do well to call and see us be/ore purchasing elsewhere. JT. O. ORR & CO., lull 44 Twklbth Mraawr. TNMAN LINE ROYAL MA TL STEAM 1 KB&?NBW YOBK TO QUE* 118TOWN AND LIVERPOOL.?NOTICE?The (teamen of this Lin* take Lteat Maury's ^Une Bootes at all aeaaoni of th* yew. Cmr or Riontoao, Saturday, Sept. 4, at S r. a. City or Citxtrraa, Thursday, Sept. 9, at 8:80 a v. Cmr or Biosuu, Thursday, Sept. 16. at 3 r. a. Citt or Bxaua, Saturday, fleptmber 28, at 10*. v. Citt or MoNTaaaL, Thursday, eepUmber 80,2 r. *. From Pier No. 17, North River, foot of Charlton St. Cabin Pasaage MO and 1100. Betorn tickets on favorable terms. STEERAGE, 128. Saloons, state rooms, smoking and bath room* amidships. JOHN G.DALE, Agent, Noa. 81 and SI Broadway, N. Y, JOHN BAILIE and THOS O'BRIEN. WhreUng. 13. DAVENPORT. (Late of LIST, DAVENPORT & PARKS, Wheeling, West Virginia,) General Commission, Provisions, Gra'n, Flour, Seeds, Cheese,Etc., NO. 154 LA SALLE SlREBT, CHICAGO. B. DAVENPORT. Member of the Chloaxo Board of Trade, and repre sented in Wheeling, Weat Virginia, by JAMES L. HAWLEY. Orders executed 'or future delivery of GRAIN and PROVISIONS for (ash, or on margins. For particulars and quotatlona Inquire of JAMES L HAWLEY, l?a Main street MATHEY CAM? Used for over asyears with groa t anooeaa by the phyaiclans of Paris, New York anil London, wd snperior to all others fbr tho prompt caw or aQ eaacs, recent or of loaf standing. ^CAPSPLES^ pERSONS WISHING PIANOS T^NEp AND REPAIRED Will lad tbrir ordm pronpUr itundad to by P. W. BAUHKH, IKK UvkalHlM, MgW MLL 000D8-CEQ. B. TAYLOR. ' ? NEW FALL COODS. i ? ? t * - GEO. R. TAYLOR. MONDAY, AUGUST 23d, JUST OPENED, CHOICE NOVELTIES! IIV ALL WOOL Parisian and Berlin Plaid Suitings, Black Satin De Lyons, Black Silk Brocades, Armures and Momie Cloths, Flannel Suitings and Sacqueings, HAMBURG EDGINGS, FLOUNCINGS AND INSERTION! XHT C3-H.EA.T YABIETIT. Spanish Laces and Lace Articles, &t ? * j ; . ALL NEW AND FRESH. GEO. R. TAYLOR. C. MENDEL A CO. NEW GOODS! We are now opening for the inspection of our customers THE FINEST STOCK OF CARPETSANDFURNITURE ever brought to this city. THE FIRST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON AL WAYS TO BE FOUND IN OUR STOCK. Our line of Velvet Body Brussel, Tapestry, Ingrain and TIIBEE-PLY CARPETS, Never were as'handsome in pattern as the present Stock. A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS To Honor With a Visit The Old Reliable CARPET AND FURNITURE HOUSE OIF G. MENDEL & CO., No. 1124 Main Street, WHEELING, WEST VA. ^LEXANDEBB0NK,8R, iiairal Bailmu ind Reil Eitite Agent i ind Notary Public. Merchant* tad Maaafaciorm' Booka op?ned, ex- I odiMd and eloMd. Kautca wuitd, Not**, Book Ac. I cmuU, ud JUoti oollectod. gUKOPEAN STEAM SHIP AGENCY. Pange Ticket! to end I om EUROPE by | ix Steamship Una at lowest r*U*. at H. P. BEHREN8' 2217 tnd 2119 Market Street. JJEYMAN'8 CREAM i'i" Ulllw"l fciuum l? la wjoit, 15JSJ.SKlH St'7 "?? ?'j< Id Ibi dlr II* c:afas?!:? SSiKMtfSi"M Hp<riinpdDOMHBPtiton'SiS'ISt'MM^tlB L ' T. 0. EDWARDS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ' CUpllo# Ud Twttlr<?Moad Bir??W. ?^S^~7^kw, ?","1 "?"'"'ftf I TBU1TIK8' 8AL18. CRUST EE'S 8ALE OF CENlTp WHEELING FRorKRTY. Ijr virtue ol a dMdof trust tomeaada bTu?. MUr, Margaret P?;krr, hla wlia, mi iwcu u^ J**, traatar, diJad October tUn^l In Ohio county Uod recordaIn deed ol umu5 XI, pap ns, I will on Wirt*** SATURDAY, OCTOBER J, I beginning at 10 o'clock 4. tell nt tUe f rool . the Court Houae o! Ohio county, at paMfcViSy I the following property In Centre Wh?Un?T% 1 oiddi.oo^iWSi oi ut m. >sd iZSr. a'i ooHtlk?l(qw??d ?lUtSlm ?~?V4 ,SS I to aa alley. havlog erected thetwn a brick btWU*.- f[Aim, the ?uth SSSJoS I m d lot 108, and IrootlngNleat on Mtrl7|2J* I and oxteudlog Weetwardiy ? I ?t lo ao alkv 1 erected thereoo aleo a large thr^^'. /lH , bollding. Thla property U< ocnabd h? f!ru. BftAas s^"caia!La' I Tun or 8al*.?One-third ol the tu,^. I I money, (and aa much mow auhe purthuw?Tr: ^' ! caahin hand and themldueIn in 004 and two yean Iro* day ot ale. wUhC? I nayabe aeml-annuaUy. the deferred paJBnw7? | I arcurod by Insuranceandotherwt*tatheatui J,* of UctraalM. A. J.OAilEE,TrSr 1 j, a Hkuvkt. Auctioneer. Augost 38, 1880. ?>lt ImRUSTEE'S SALE OF lSLANDm J. OPNOBTH WHEELING LOT*. 4flU I By virtue ol a dead ol trust to nemadebv J?k?? Ipirker. JoeephN. J. Paraer and diaoo r,jS? I dated October U, 187ft, aod record*! la oL^l I l?nd record* In deed ol t>uat book 11, paw m I will on ? *-".1 WEDNE1DIY, BEPTRJIBEBa, 1U0, I beginning at 10 o'clock ju u, hU atpoblkawij. mToO, being aU the lota In Parker B*7l55K Itbe city ol w Heeling, Id Konb *k?v I m aorveyed and laid out by W. C. tJnlth, Clru ? neer. except Una 9,10.1?. 17,18. 1?, a. 54 ** ?lao, lot 2 In Square 10 lo Olkhrut'i ??-vjk. dltton to the city of Wheeling, iwetUg at u.7 North Frout btrcet, Whael ng liiaad, awlr?ni2 back to the Ohio rl v. r. ? Tkrmsok Balit?Ai to the North WhceUaeta. one-half of ft purchaae mooer, (aadataa?^ aa the purchaser may elect,) caah In hand, aod iW Idua lo two M?al pa;menu in Hz aattaeleeauM with Intereat lrom dayol aalr, aa to luand lot third ol the purtha?e ?ooey. (aid ???&?* thepurchaaer mar elect,) caahlobaad, aediha,* Iduo In two equal piyiucnU In nine and uionthi, with 1 ferret from day ol a le, ibedtknu myiSu te be aecured to /he truitce. A J. CLABKK, TruUn. j, c. BinvKT, Anctloneer. Anguit 26,1880. >14, IMRUSTEE'S 8ALE OF CITY PHoT. I By tlrtue of a deed ol tnut to me, byJt?thCkii. I nock am Ruth Anne Charnock, hit ?!(?; d?tn ic I gnat 7, 1877, and recorded In ibe office a! Uu Ctot lot the County Court lor Ohio rountjr, Wwti b I Deed ollrtut Book bo. It, pigea 43?, M ,ws?| I will on MOM DAY, THE J7TH D>Y OF BEFTmtl,^ beginning atlO o'clock a. aall at \U lnat4 ?. 4 I Ohio County Corn t Houae, at publ c auctioe, tW u. I lowing propeny, to-wli: Tha aoutb halt 0 k* sk j I in Squaia No. fi.on the corner of Mc?alJ*^k ^ I Twelfth atveeta in ChurchUraaecond addlUeeuu* I city ol Wheellnr.Ob'o county, W. Va .wiibiUt*. I purtenancoa, dwelling houae anditore rooia. I Tiki or tULK-One-half caib,or eueb tmt? aum aa thepurcha??r may dedre t- pay, aadUeial. I doe on a credit ol tlx and twelve motiUa, vlit Utaac 1 Batlifaclorily aecured 10 thetroatee. rt bitu tm. I tee 1 wlU convey such title aa la verted la im, ikrt I la balleied to be perfect. 1 dAMUKL P. UILDEBTH.Tmtae. W H.Hattwt. Auclonw. as EDUCATIONAL. gDUCATE YOUR DAUGUTEK AT Wheeling Female which ii Incorporated with (nil collegian >?**,04 prl?ilet?* hr iha Ltfitlatun oi thatJuia. Tba lnatltutlon la delight/oily diaatd, tad hr healthfuloMatf position li uniurpaaad. The next College year will opes Wtdeadty, Sap. tern bar lrt. Tcrmi modentr Id all tb? Drptrtanu, For catalogue or other Information addrsa Ui President. MUfl A. TATL01 J^INDSLEY INSTITUTE, ASCHOOLFORBOYS. REOPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1830. A thorough ??iHmof f docs'Ion nnfully taifti A corps of efficient t?uh?i? klw el'bar f:r city or country paplit. Studuti smt.14 (or college or bualoeae. JOHNM. BIBCU.i. M.PrladiiL ROBERTO. DALZFLL, A M, Vice WadaE/ Ctl ABLK8 P. CLABK, A. B., AaaiaUat Bcr. J. T. McCLURE, D. D., PnaJant Dead Truateea. 8and (or catalogue. TTNION FEMALE COLLEGE, EU U FAULA, ALa. Built by IIumi, Odd F4 Iowa tod Boiu oi Temperance 1a UU. la Ut m? Southern Female College In the 0 6- Chaste to tar than Florida; seldom froeta, and Bern inon. Tte bast place for delicate daughter* to -'hiberoiU" tad ba aduosted. No malaria oor epidemics. Bea> actor and r. llgloua adrantagfa. Panatal care ore (lib boarding In the College Faculty compUte; oor if paratua; modem method*: Literary, Mcatlk lad Practical couraea. Addraea, F. B MOODIE, Praat J^OUNT AUBDEN YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE, CINCINNATI. Superior adranUcea In LITERATURE, PKEMCH, MUSIC and ART. Forty-fifth Saaalon opana September C. tedbc Circa lan. B. THANK MILLER, Praaliaet, EMMA PARKE SMITH, Principal. BJilJIilL ?t eeall calendar amnged to suit tMcbtrt o? panaaa lor ona year Iron tl7Sto|V00i ? tartan, 11 barml, thorough. Fall tana Wini Vp. lambar laf, 1S80. Attendance tart jaarfmM count 1m of Waat Virginia aid from I Stataa aad To rltoriaa. ..?rn (.ulofow ud Ma IifonaiU* Mr1' lotne Pmld.nL, J. K. Thomi-o*, IhrBUm. v. CAS AND 8TEAM FITTIUC. ^ NEW LOT OF ELEGANT QAB FIXTURES 11 AND PORTAHI.K1 Alao, DROP LIGHTS, allot thelatetiartMna del4 S1U Mate ?n* Q.A8 FIXTUIIES. 1 bara Juat recalred toolbar fine lotd PalU* Braaa and Copper Gas Fixtures and Portables o1 the lateat design*. Prompt attentloa tffm U I.OKK F1TTON. ipHOMPSON 4 HIBBERD, I1 1814 MARKET 8T., WHEELING. Dwler, In .11 kind, at l*.d, Wiw|M ftrt I?. Pip*, Saw Pip* .nil ChlKMr Top*tu" "" W?ur OnufM, Hlphtin Pump., &!'<J VllTnt Tuta, Sink., &t. 8oI.ApnulofW.bnWd Cameron Stem Pump nd Und?rwrlt?n Gil Machine. WOrdoi trim lb, comity proapUT I*"1 ANTED? EVERYBODY TO CALL AT. TRIMBLE & HORNBROOK'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT, 141W Market Street* And examine Ibe LUTZ PAj'ENT Iron Hydrant & Street Wastier, THE BEST IN THE MARKET, They can bo Npilml wltbont dUgin* UP your povcmfpl or yawl. - J OHN M. HOON A CO., Oonu&lMlon Merchant*. Offlca-ll? Main Street, WHEELING, W. U Wa boy aad aell on Commia*ioo (o/ taah or ea mart!a all Onto and 1'rorUlona dealt la .by Cbiogo Board of Trade. Dinct tai*(npbirft?B?' a lea tloa between our offlce and the Heard of Tied* Prompt market re porta. Chlcafo OomeponJeaw OuaLoa Rat A (V).. 7? U Hal.ee twx. ??? QO TO JOHN FRIEDEL'S PUB .'llaa, filau and Qmiaiwart. nao MAIH K1W.T. J^KANK N. WILCOX, ARCHITECT A SUPERINTENDENT. "Z,?*. no"P?"''