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fUBIMHQ, W. VA., MAHCII 17, Inn. ,
* tRd LIHm Hi II?im ud Abroad. ,
t of tbo modt Interesting ami import- I
itiatlcal tablea that we have seen In I
I to the relative value of waged in this j
ry and In Earope la that Joat iascd by ,
nsmWoner of Immigration for the
of Michigan. It profewea to give a I
irative view #f tlie waged paid in a
er of leading industries in Ibis connid
in Europe, and alao thu prices paid
tod abroad for tbo necesurles of life. {
lar this table is entirely reliable we do
now, but coining from tbo source it ,
t ought to bout least approximately
i. Tho 'figures given for Mlchl[to
which Stato tlie Conimiasioner
les himself) were collected from sixof
tbe large towns of that Mate,
arport to give tho average prlccs for
~i.il. it..? ...... r . v..
*?*"? WM?D
t ropean countries are baaed on Consular
E reports for 1878. Some allowance must
therefore be made in each ease, as 1881 was
a year of prosperity in this country, while
ij 1878 wsaa year of depression abroad. With
i these explanations,it seems that the wsges of
carpenters and joiners in Michigan averaged$2.30
perday In 1881, as against 90c per
. day in Belgium in 1878,71 in Demark,90in
France, 67 in Germany, 70 in Italy, 81 ia
Spain, $1.37 in England, $1.22 in Ireland,
and $1.35 in Scotland.
; For masons, the wagon in Michigan averaged
$2 75, in Belgium $100, Denmark 74c,
France 83c, Germany 72c, Italy 07c, Spain
80c, England $130, Ireland $1 20 and Scotland
$128.
For bricklayers, they were in Michigan
$2 80, Belgium $1 00, Franco 07c, Bermany
00c, Italy 57c, Spain 65c, Kngland $1 35,
Ireland $1 20 and Scotland $1 CO.
5 ; For plasterers, they were In Michigan
$2 80, Belgium tOc, Germany 03c, Italy 72c,
Kg Spain $1 20, England $1 35, Ireland $1 28
ft and Scotland $10!).
For painters in Michigan $2 35, Belgium
j-70c, Denmark C'Jc, France82c, Germany05e,
Italy 77c, England $121; Ireland $1 20 and
$ ' Scotland $1 30.
P For blacksmiths, in Michigan, $2 10, Belgium
73c, Denmark (!5c, France 91 c, Gcr?
many 69c, Italy (10c, Spain 78c, England
1 "r -...! i ei
Iyi w, auu owuimuu ii.
Forahocinakere, ill Michigan, $1 (10, Denmark
65c, France 70c, Germany 52c, Italy
72c, Spain 05c, Eogland$l 21, and Scotland
*128.
For coopers, in Michigan, $1 SO, Denmark
08, France SI 17, Germany 65c, Italy 72c,
Spain 82c, England $1 22, and Scotland
$1 02.
For millwrighta, in Michigan $3 15, Den- ,
mark 07c, Germany 65c, Italy 83c, Kngland
)1 25, and Scotland $125. f ,
For laborers, porters, Ac., in Michigan i
*1 45, Belgium 50c, Germany 40c, Italy 43c, 1
Spain 50c, England 83, anil Scotland 7dc. '
Farm Iaborera, with board, in Michigan,
per month, $19 20, Franco $0 12, Germany
$000, Italy $3 10, Kngland $11 70, Ireland <
$5 85, and Scotland, $8 78.
Turning from tho table of wages in the
report to the cost of living in each country,
we find the following figures: Roast beef j
in Michigan 13 cents per pound, Belgium
20, France 22, Germauy 22, Italy 20, Spain 1
18, England 22, and Scotland 22. J
For floup beef in Michigan, 7 cent*, "
Belgium 10c, Franco 10c, Germany 14c, r,
Italy 12c, Spain 18c, Kngland 15c, and Scot- "
land 10c. f
For corned beef, in Michigan 8c, Bel- i
glum 10c, France 10c, Germany 13c, Italy :
12c, Spain 18c, Kngland 18c, and Scotland
20c.
For fresh pork, in Michigan 11c, Belgium
16c, France 14c, Germany 17c, Italy 33c,
Spain 24c, England 10c, Ireland 11c, and
Scotland 14c.
For salt pork, in Michigan 11, Belgium
16c, Franco 14c, Germany 17c, Italy 18c,
England 15c, Ireland lie,and Scotland 14c.
For ham in Michigan 14c, Belgium 25c,
France 25c, Germany 22c, Italy 25, Spain
45, Kngland 13c to 15c and Scotland 25c.
For sausage in Michigan lie, Belgium
20c, France 10c, Germany 10c, Italy 20c and
England 18c.
For flour, per pound, in Michigan 2Jc to
21c, France 4, Germany 6Jc, Italy 10c, England
3 Jcand 4 jc, Ireland 4c and Scotland 4c.
For lard in Michigan 14, Belgium 20e,
Franco 20c, Germany 21 c, Italy 22c, Spain
21,England 15c and 18c yind Ireland 12c.'
For butter, in Michigan, 25c, Belgium 20
and 50c, France 25c, Germany 22c, Italy
28c, Spain 45c, Englaud 20 and 33c, Ireland
26|c and Scotlaud 32c. J
For cheese, in Michigan, 15c, Belgium
20 and 25c, Germany 24c, Italy 20c, Spain
28c, England 15 and 21c and Scotland 20c.
For coffee, in Michigan. 20c, Belgium
Si." 35c,France 30c, Germany 35c, Italy 32c,
p, Spain 4oe, England 28 and 42c and Scotland
M- 32 and 50c.
K;?' For tea in Michigan 50c, Germany 75c,
Spain 70c, England 43c and 88c, Ireland 80c
pi and Scotland 70c and 88c.
jfrv/ For potatoes per bushel in Michigan 80c, 1
t?V Belgium 50c, France 50c, Germany 50c, <
p.. Italy $115, 8j>ain $110, England $1 12 and '
t $2 00, Ireland 08c and Scotlund 03c. |
KB Beans pet quart in Michigan 10c, Gw
g? many 10c, Italy 13c, Spain 12c and KngMillc
per quart In Michigan Do, Germany ;
4c, Italy 7c, England Gc and lie and Scotv
Eggs per down in Michigan 18c, Belgium 20o
and 26c, Francs ISc, Germany 20c,
~ Italy 18c, Spain 20c and 25c, Kngiand ll)c
and 30c, Ireland 14c and Scotland 28c. 0
Tb. 1IH ana Abami, or llrlmlbals. c
The moro wo read ol tho working and p
treatment of criminals outnido of peniten- '
tlaries, the more we ant inclined to doubt jVfe'
whether stter all there is any mode ol pun- "
- lahment that is leas ojien to objection? g
C; that combines mora ol the elements ol
:v i'dlsclplin# and poflsibio reformation, to- 0
gether with the just obligations ot humsn- *
lty, than confinement at labor within stone c
"wills and iron-gates. The avarice and p
R cruelty ot public works contractors towards 0
6?eOBrlct laborers appear to be such under ~
1 all circumstances as to discourage efforts to lt
EL utiiiso criminals In that way and remove *
j? them from competition with mechanical u
labor, Virginia, Georgia and South Car? I
Una have tried the experiment, and the 1
report! that have reached the oars of the a
mbUe have (Imply been abocklng. And
iow comet a imQiiy report bom Kentucky. p
L committee ol the Legialsture of' tint fV
Hate ni recently appointed to visit the taj
on*let emmpu when labor km hired out q
0 contractors by the State tor service la Q
allroad building. Their report la laid to ^
vrtal a condition ol things absolutely bar- t?i
jarotia. It Is said to show the following
acts: _n
Tho condition ol the men la simply tliat Ti
if horrible slavery. Tliey are Insufficient- JJ
y led and clothed, are worked to the last ,
point of endurance and inhumanly punched
by Irresponsible persons, anil are In<
liven not even tolerable comfort when
lick. In one railroad tunnel, where the
ilr was so bad that the comnutteo could ?
lot stay for even five minutes, convicts V
sere compelled to work 12 hours at a
itrrtch, with but a lew momenta allowed
for the scanty lunch, and tbla waa some- limes
continued Sundays and alL The
men are whipped with a strap, lashed with
1 twisted line of fuse, kicked and beaten n
srith what is called a "swab-stick" at the ~
will of any "hoaa" employed by the con- H
snctors. They are often disabled by the
punishment, and tho story is told ol one nui
?nvlct, too ill and faint to work, setuilly J*!
pounded to death in lolte ol bis plead- m
togs. Testimony was taken as to the man- A'!
igement in the past and, says the report,
"It was an unbroken narrative ol cruelty, ?
brutality, beatings and death." In one C
case the men were driven into the caving ^
tunnel where no one could be hired to go, n,
and were there crushed and maimed. The do
lead are thrown into the railroad cmbunkuicnts
like dogs, and it is impossible i,,
lo llnd their number even. Indeed everything
is so at looae ends that it waa impos- _E
liblo to tell how many living oonvlcts the "r
caw in contained, but tho number is in the JT
region ol 235, and the committee estimate
the death rate at the Irigbtlul proportion 8te
ol 20 per cent. In the penitentiary, where ,,
the condition ol things is reckoned very u?
bail, the rate is 21 percent at
The story Is a horrible one, but there can
be no doubt as to its eiaet truth, and it ?
will be strango it the Legislature lulls to at X
once act in the matter. There is hardly a
pretense made by the contractors of obey- an
ing the law, and some of tho Stato officials ?
are plainly derilict In their duty, but the #
system Itself should be overthrown. Hex- s
perience in the Southern .Statin shows any- _
thing, it shows that convicts cannot wifely
he hired to contractor* in scattered canine. _H
It is practically impossible to guard the a
men against the contractors, abunes crop in U
ond grow worse and wonic, until finally ||
the practice comes to b? as the cooiuiittce
says in this case, "cnjel and inhuman almost
beyond belief."
Who undertaking a long journey, we ad
riac Yt/u w iana aiung a gootl Hupf/iy Ol at.
Jacobs Oil in ease of an attack of acute rheumatism
or other painful ailments. In this <*
connection the St. Louis l'uft-Dirjtatch relates I*
the following: Under the title ot ''Old I'rob- \i
abilities" one of the most useful and valuable
olllcers of the 1'nitcd Slates Government
is most widely known. But quite as well
known is l'rof. J. II. Tice, the meteorologist ?
of the Mississippi Valley, whose contribu- i
lions to liis favorite study have given him an j
almost national reputation. On a recent lecture
tour through the Northwest, the Professor
had a narrow e*caj?e from the seri- IJI
oils consequences of a sudden and III
very dangerous illness, the particulars
of which he thus refers to:
"The day after concluding my course of j
lectures at Burlington. Iowa, on the 21st of
December last, was seized with a sudden at- ?
tack of neuralgia in the chest, giving me excruciati
ng pain and almot t preventing breath- T
ing. Afy pulse usually SO, feet to 35; intense 0,t
nausea of the stomach succeeded und a cold,
clammy sweat covered my entire body. The
attending physician could do nothing to re- jsn
lieve mo. After suffering for three hours i
thought?as I had been using St. Jacobs Oil II
with good effect fur rheumatic pains? I would If
try it. I saturated a piece of lhnnel large 1
enough to cover mychest, with the Oil, and
applied it. The relief was almost instantaneous.
In one hour I was entirely free from . .
pain, and would have taken the train to till
in appointment in a neighboring town had
my friends not dissuaded me. As it was, I n?
look the night train for my home in St. Louis, | d
ind have not been troubled since."
?i?:n.
BONIIAM?*ntcrcd Into rest, at quarter p?ut nine
/clock on Thunday evening. March 10, l&tt,
Konuir Ct'BTis Uomimm, In ibu 77th yearof his age.
Funeral notice hereafter. in
"Uod'n Anger touched h^m and he ulcpt,'1 VHI
A I.LRN?On Wediicrdaj morning. March 15,1882, .
Auck, wife of Thou Allen, of the Fljhth ward, In "
lertttth year. _
Funeral will take place tM? morning at 8 o'clock "
roin the Into residence of the decerned. Intoimcnt m
it Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Friends of the family
iro invited. I"
MYLES?On Thursday, March 16. 1882, at 1:30
'clock a. m., John My leu, in the Kkl ytar of hia
'ge- Tl
Funeral from h(> lato homo near 4Sth street, on II
lalurday at 2 o'clock r. sc. Interment at Ml. Cal? II
toilaf j
FOR
EtlEtfilTiSl, 1
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, jj?
? - **
uacxacno, aororwss or (AO Vhost, UOUt, ? Quinsy,
Sore Throat, Swellings and \i
Sprains, Burns and Scalds, by
General Bodily Pains, n
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet g
and Ears, and all other Pains
and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equalsBt, Jacow On.u S*
i and cheap External Remedy. V
* trial cntalU but tho comparatively trifling outlay Mi
>f 00 t'fnt*, and every one suffering with pain Upoi
?n have cheap and poaluvo proof of its claim -1?
Directions in Eleven Languages. Til
JOLD BT ALL DBUQGIBT8 AHD BEALEB8 Df Prln
ilEDICISE. Jfiii
A. VOGEJoER & CO., ?St
Baltimore. Md.. V. H. JL tl)(?
- Cum
TltAVELEKS' GUIDE. SS
1 ? ltd
nmimraa oy nuTws-wiimiwB tiki.
Hun- Si
day. a. *. a. ir. f. if. r.n. .
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cntO.Dlv ? 9:80 lrSO j?:W 11:15 Fr
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r.,p. 4B,Dlv 6:40 1:10 4:60 mar
a.M. venti
lev. A Pitta ? 6:00 10:40 fcio 14:65vWi
r. k. curr
,,C. ABI.L.- 4:27 6:Si 1:27 1:52 4:17 6:4) men
a.M. perl
.. T. V. A W 1:80 17:001 f4:00 letn
" AMUVAL OF TKAIHS. ltW?
|SUU- I
day. a.m. r.n. r,M. ?.
.AO.B.R 12:16 4.4JM 2:10...^....^, r
A.M. A.V. r.K.
ont O. Dlv- ...? 6:10 9:6ty 10:60 6:40
P.M. "
'..P.AB. Div ...m. 11:30 6:05 8:25
P.M. r.M. A. M.
let. A Pitts. 11:22 6:4? 7:57 J8-42
A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
,,C.A8tL_ 10:87 7:62 8:87 10:87 8:27 7:12 ^
..T.V.AW ..W?jrMll.._ ?
I Bteubcnviuo AccommodAtioft.-~Thii tnUndur- IJ
v the day muwd backward and forward botwocn
tacafviraa
3 ILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, Ac.- J!
HIW APVgllTISgMBHTB. _
I0VNTER9 TOR SALE CHEAP-]
aaatisg?"si
TEP LADDERS.
ill sizes of 8tcp Ladders from three to
ilt# feet Best nuke end lowest prices, at
NE8BITT A BRO.'S,
ib!7 1812 Market Street.
BAROUCHE FOR SALE.
l Barouche almost new, for sale cheap,
inire at Lottos & Reilly'a Livery Stable, 01
If. F BEHRRKB,
ih\7 2217 Market Street
["E\V YORK
APPLES AND POTATOES.
'wo Cars received this day by
T. A. MORRISON k CO.,
jh!7 1120 Water Street
1ROIT TREES, EVERGREENS. &cI
am prepared to supply Fruit and bturfi
*%, Evergreen, una 11 Fruits, Flowers, Ac. lit
km the Ailing of (rdf ra a aptdaltr. Parties will
tupplled with trees freah from the Nunery ai
jr nraaoiiahle price*. If you ueed anything in
i line lytte me. Now Is the time to plant trtea
OSCAR WRIGHT,
lh!7 MolinJn|||t.\V.V^
ALE8MEN WANTED-GOOD RELI
1 able men to art a* Agent* tor Uie rale ot mi
w <?r?|?r?, and many other Krw Npeel?l<
*, together with a fall line of Nnnery svick
pedaling. Frwloua experience not eaaentlal
e, active men earn go id wages Salary and ex
laea pal I. For terma addn-w. giving lull name,
, prvvlous occupation, and referent*.
GEO. K. STONE.
ibl'mw Nurseryman, Kochmer, N. Y.
IITTSBURGH A ST. LOUIS , fr*
PACKET LINK. The elegant ifiES
imer..... PITTSBURGH
John TnoRMBi-aun, Muter.
rill leave Wheeling wharf HUNOAY MORNING,
.RCH 19, for Loulaville, Kvanavllle, i'adurah
ro and bt. Louis. For freight or paMageapply u
CAlV.WUIxOS, Agent,
>hI7 ftt. Jamea Hotel.
JOTIOE.
In?fl further notice ean on the Wheeling & Elm
ire Railroad will run as follows:
I.K4VK TUS CITf AT i.SAVK ATiXtf'* AT
:?A. . 8 4-ir.M. 7 001.*. 2'JO p. M.
:J0 " t'JO " 7.40 " 6.00 "
00 "
JAR. KLEElf,
>hH Hupcrlntcnd?nt.
ATS AND GAPS!
Spring Styles
SOW 18 STOCK AT
EORGE J. MATH'S
1222 MARKET STREET.
ih!7
SYRUPS.
:w MAPLE SYRUP IN JUGS,
WARRANTED PURE.
have also Just received 5 barrel* of very choice
UGAB SYRUP, STRAIGHT.
hUUof the kind we used to get befote Kin(
icw* -ft up. .
I. J. S3IYTXI,
ihI7 . Cor, Market and Fo irtccnth Eta
FALL PAPER!
-ftrjc Stock on hand and atill receiving a Fine
Selection of all kinds of
per Hangings, Borders, Dados
ATSI) FREEZE!)
OF THE LATEST DESIGNS.
a ix) a ran iiqc oi
)th and Paper Shadings,
urpcction ol taj itock invited.
'OHN FRIEDEL,
hi" 11? MAIS ETBEKT.
r NEVERFAILS
?r. Roberts'Cough
Syrup!
Fill instantly relieve, and quickly cure,
UGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONITIS,
Ac., and will afford greater relief in
lOOI'INO COUGH than any other rem.
We guarantee that it will do all we
m for it. It is nut up in lawe bottles and
I for 25c by all dealers In medicines.
A. McCABE & CO., Proprietors,
>11 . WWFKMNW. W. VA
HVH?9^R<A IjrndlnirT.amUiti I'hya
InmSRV l?lnn cntolilUtirn tin
Lrn"BaW OMroln K>wYork
P Q H ^CK fur llio Cure of
I si H n EPILEPTIC FITS.
a M ItlJ Bwi'Voni^m. Journal of ilnlirine.
Dr. Ah. M?wrol? Ixw(lon),wlminskr?aiprc.
i/of KpiJop*/,b*j?}t}jmjt doubt trmted tad cart-d
cuniu.1. mnj oinern?inn nnyiician. H w?ncce*?
a ?ituply bwn aaUintabin*; * n*?o heard <>f cua* of
?r 90 jinn* aUnding, an<-c??afully cored by him. I!?
apujiltahnd a work on tint dlMtaao, which lio aonds
Hi n lurtiR iK)ttin of hi? wnndarfal cure frm t? any
ITw,wh<? may a#ndthalreitireaa arid P.O address.
nndfiMi an*nn? wiihln* ? cure tonddrcaa
Dn. Alt. MEHKKULB, Ku.M JohnSt.,New YorW.
I0NSUNIPTI0N.
bwonpoalltTo remedy f<*r the aborn dlwnsA. bf
im thonaand* of cvfi of tho wont kind tad of lone
idin* haro V*cn cttr?Lu Indwil. *n atrnmrUmy
b in Its efficacy. Cut 1 will amid TWO IJOTTf.HS
Kit,lo?therwiih (xVAI.UAIU.K TltKATISKon
dlso K.o M any a.ifferer. Gir? Fxpre*??nd P.O. td*
is. l)n. k. A. bl<OCUM,-1BI l'oarl It, Nmr York.
J"IIV do you buy Seeds from boxes in country
f stores that rarely grow, whon you can order
mil at 5 cents a jmper,
rANDARQ SEEDS
that never (ail, by ordering of
E. BOYD, Wheeling, W. Ta.
rholmleHmhIh St Farm Mnchlncry.
ilta Double shovel l'low tent to your adurcn
ii receipt of 88.
0 Provident Lift) Association
el pal Ofllce, MartinsburR, West Va. Tho only
ual CompHtty lit the United States doing an
owmcnt insurance. on a plan iounded on corinsurance
principles.
UN Co>YitioiiTKt), and thli the only company
red to ist?o it.) Wants a Hiitritt agent for eacn
nty in tho state, and Soliciting Agents everyre.
Some AReuUKCurefromllOr.OjQtot^OOO
ranee a month. For Information addicts
r. W. H. KVKRW. Wurilnabarr, W. Vn.
PECULATION IN GRAIN ON
CHICAGO MARKKT.
om 95 to 11.000 invested. Onr customers have
*cd large profit* recently, and frequently aa
has ISiJo profit his been realised from$10In*
si. Never in tho history of ti e Grain and Prom
Rxchango haa such yrlde fluctuations oced,
and thw opportunities for profitable invest-1
U are cnrresj imdiHRly Rood, rut* and Calls 12
.000 buahels at clow rate*. Explanatory paraphullcd
free. Geo. N. Hausboby A Co., 50 Broad
t, N. Y., Uraln Broken. fyW-Mwraw
fllAKKLlN
rYPE
FOTlNDltY,
JOS Vine Strict, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ALLISON A SMITH.
W?" **?'<* tbia paper Is printed Is from
ihoyn Foundry.?Kn. I WTKi.t.tnKNriw.
0RN WANTED.
le hlgheet market price paid for white or
>w com.
heeling Grape 8ugar and Refining Comr.
A.O. EGEUTER,
1 Becrctary.
PUT OOOPft-<lKO. ?. TATLOK.
GEO. R. TAYLOR
WILL0FFEB
THISWEEK
EiMtay Bargains In
COLORED SILKS
AHD
IRISH POPLINS
TO CLOSE THEM OCT.
i
>
i
GEO. R. TAYLOR
Invites the Special Attention of the
Ladies to the Large Line of
COLORED SILKS
AND
IRISH POPLINS!
Just MARKED DOWN to Onellalf
IJie Cost, and placed on the
Counters to be Closed OutassooH
asjpossible.
*
GEO. R. TAYLOR
Will open on WEDNESDAY his en- :
tire New Stock of
i
I
LADIES'
I
Cambric Underwear!
Which, having been manufactured
for his own trade, will he '
found satisfactory In every particular.
THE WORKS
or TBS
Collier Company !
Of St. Louln, Mo.,
Which were totally Destroyed by Fire on Mey ath i
and September 21,18ft], r
ARE HEBTJHVT 1 ?
Orient ?te nlidted /or ]
Rtrlelljr Pnre WbltcLmd and Bed Lewi,
l-?Id<Prf?wd Md Pure Dark Castor j,
Oil, Baw and Daabla Boiled .
Llniwd Oil. I
Inducements Seedy. Write or cell on BKATTY,
Wnhln?Wn. H. J. Mli
'
.1
OCT POOP*
EASTERN DRY 6000S STORE,
Marshall, Kennedy & Go.
1110 Mala Street.
A Perfect Corset
Tbt Bat Fitting tad Moat tfealthfifl
CuXMt made.
gy~<M|IF YOU WANT
COXFOBTABLE
PERFECT F1TTINO
ami III 1\\^^ CotmI mr buuU, pt
BAIL'S
Pnsanioc Corset.
Hu^gyffiD^ ?* ltA^jajta it*lf P*rf??lljr to kaf
MONEY REFUNDED form. u
PRICE, $1.25.
FOlt SALE ONLY DY)
MARSHALL, KENNEDY & GO.
We would alao remark that our 50c, 75c,
and $1.00 COitSKTS, are unequaled at the
pricea.
ftf arftht&l], Eonnedy Co,
mhll
ALL SOLD!
Hating Sold all Oar Celebrated
Marseilles Quilts at SII.OO. aud not
being able to duplicate, ire are now
selling a Heavy
CROCHET QUILT
AT $1.25,
Which Is really a Hotter Bargain
than the Dollar Quilt was.
Please call and see It.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
mh7
GROCERIES AND TOBACCQ.
JJEADQUARTEHS FOR
CLOYER SEED, TIMOTHY SEED
AND
GROCERIES.
CHEAPEST and LARGEST STOCK
IN WEST VIRGINIA.
Another lot of PHCENIX PATENT FLOUR
in bara and barrels. Try it and you will use
no other.
All merchants are Invited to examine our
stock and be convinced that we keep good
goods and sell at close figures.
.Tna BtJirmTPT J*.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
fyl 1416 Main and 1417 8onth streets.
SIMON BAER& SONS
FRESH ARRIVALS OF
New Orleans Molasses,
New Orleans Sugar,
New Valencia Raisins,
New Loose Muscatel Raisins, (
New London Layer Raisins,
New French Prunes,
New Turkish Prunes, 1
New Currants, '
SUrer Lake Flour, i
White Frost Flonr. .
We carry the beat assorted and largest
stock of Groceries in the State and request all 1
dealers to call and see us before buying, and
we will save you money. We have a full line of
Fresh Candies,
Pnr TTni;,W- wM-v ? ?ill ?11 i ^
than any houso in the State, Call at (
SIMON BAER& SONS,
Nos. 1412 and 1414 Haio Street. de6
f
QARD TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
On the 1st of April I remove to my now and com- ,
modlous store, No. J306 Market street, where I will 1
Save a finer and Ureer stock than ever. At my r
present stand, ho. 1064 Market street,! am icduclng 0
my magnificent Une of Fancy Groceries and bta- c
3lcs at tower prices Hun elsewhere. Call and aee f
me, and buy the finest goods cheap, at o
O. K McMKCnEN'8
mhlO Family Orocerr. 10M Market Btreet. fl
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS. F
QUT FLOWERS, CUT FLOWERS. J
Leave orders for Cut Flower* in Bouquets d
)r Baskets, at o
KIRK'S ART STORE, J
rohlO 1005 Main itrwt
piCTUKE FRAMES.
Juat received a very nice assortment of j
jbeap styles, plain and in velvet, at
W. 8. HUTCHIN8," ]
nihlfl 1122 Main 8treet.
pRANG'8 EASTER CARDS. u
A LARGE AND BRILLIANT 8TOCK, C
. At the McLure House Art 8tore.
rohl5 K. L. N1COLL, Aiwnt
HATCH & POOTE, ?
BANKERS,
to. 12 WALL. STREET, NEW TOBK, *'
Meftbers New York Stock Exchange, p
Iny and aril Htocks, Bends nnd Govern. T
aent Kecarlf lea, and make advances on same
[ required, f ??r Per Cent, Interest allowed
n deposits. 'Object to check at sUht. :
Wont a Live. Active I
Canvossluu Man n
i ev? 17 township in th? Suto to sell the best llns of ?
:ARM MACHINERYI
handled by ady on. hooM In th? trad*. Hi
Ifty Mow H RKUAUA 1K? KnroHUWL* .
U. K. BOTD, WbMllBC, W.T?.
*MOg?m?T?.
OPERA HOUSE !
One Klfht Oilf. OseXIfkt.
TUESDAY, MARCH 21st, 1882.
with rurouiiCE. nub.
"n?n I ar 2 cu <Io itUof I do ItVMeb.
THE GREATEST KNOWN SUCCESS.
TU* imiltKT COHEBUK, KB.
JOHN L RAYMOND,
In his Latest Comedy Creation, by A. C. <3outer,
entitled,
FRESH, THE AMERICAN
Under the Direction of MtdbM A DICKSON.
Joan B. IUvuh. .... Makiok*
Produced with Scenery. Prnperti a and Costumes,
a originally presented at the Park Theatre, New
Yotk, upwards of 100 nights.
Admiaaion 80 and "5 eeutr. Referred Seats fl.OO,
to be bad at WIUoq & Baumer s Music Store. Sheet
openaon 8*tnrda?. MarrhlBth. mhlfl
WE'LL ALL BE DAU!
Academy or Music!
SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1882.
Fublic Debate by the
WILSON LYCEUM,
The "Lime Kiln Club" of Wheeling.
question
Raolvtd, That the jury in theGuiteau trial
did wrong in returning a verdict of guilty of
murder in the first degree,
q AmaJUTiTi?Alex. Turner, Edward Anderson.
Kkoatiyb?Robert Strange, Albert Corse.
The Colored Jubilee Quintette
Will render tome (elections In the Intervals of
the argument
Adml*lon25e?ou. Baleonj reserved /or Jadlei
and their wort*. mhl4
STATIONERY,
^U. READY 1
New Wall Papers and Borders.
THE LARGEST 8TOCK
AND BEST ASSORTMENT
AT TBI
Very Leweat Prices.
Call and see them.
JOSEPH GRAVES,
mh3 Na. 26 Twelfth street.
jyjAKE THE CHILDREN HAPPY
At a very small expense to yourself by buying
some of those
Elegant Books for Cblldren
At 3354 per cent lees than the retail prices.
This offer is to reduce stock and will not be
permanent Books for everybody at LOW
PRICES. New Books daily.
Stanton & Davenport
mh2 No. 1301 Market street *
QLOSING OUT.
PERIODICALS AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
As It Is my Intention to quit business April 1,
I will Irom tab date iell ray tljck at corn for ouh.
Periodical* will hereafter be wld at New York
prices, which will enable buyers t? effect consider
able of a saving. J. L. RHEKS.
mh7 >f*rk?t Ftree*.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MAIL LETTINGS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, )
Washington, d. c., March, 1st, 1882. j
Proposals trill bo received at the
Contract Olllce of this Department
nntil 3 .P. M. of APRIL 39th, 1882,
for carrying the mails of the United
States upon the routes, and according
to the schedule of arrival and
departure specified by the Department,
in the SUto of West Virginia,
from July 1,1882, to June
JO, 1883. lists of routes, with
schedules of arrivals and departures,
instructions to bidders, with
forms for contracts and bonds and
ill other necessary information,
irill be furnished upon application
to tbe Second Assistant Postmaster
General.
T. 0. HOWE,
Postmaster General.
mhlfy ,
piiUSTEE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a deed of trait made by M. M. Donap
tome ax trustee, dat<*l the tccana dsr ol Feb
uary, 1861, and recorded In the office of the Clert
f the County Court of Ohio county, Weet Virginia |
m Deed of trust Book No, 45, page 257,1 will sell at
lubJIc auction, at the/root door of the Court Hou* i
if laid county, on
TUESDAY, MARCH 14,1882,
ommcncingat 10 o'clock a. v., tbe following de
Bribed property, that U to lay: A certain piece ot
arcel of land situated near West Liberty, Ohio
ounty. Wwt Virginia, containing about five acre*
nd being tbe nmo upon which the Mid M. U
lunlup now resides.
I win convey only the title Tcated in no by laid
oed of trust.
Tkiims or Sai.k?Ore-third the purchase moue;
n the day of sale, the balance In two equal Inn tall
lenu^t nix and twelve month* with Interest from
ay of sale, the purchaser giving notes secured br
eed of truit on the property tor the deferred pay
lenta.
JalS WO. DUNLAP, Trustee.
The above sale is continued until THURSDAY.
,PR1L 18, 1882 at iO o'clock a. m., at the ftont
oor of the court house.
mbli W?. If. DUMLAP, Trustee.
pDRNlTURE AMD CARPETS.
We hate the 1? ntot and meet ivlcct rtedc In oor
oe erer brougb t to Centre Wheeling, coniiitlnjof
ine Chamber and Parlor Suits,
And a large line of
arptU, Oil Clotlia and Window Shades,
'hlch we will tell si low as goods of like quality
in be bouRhtin the market. Call and see us and
st our price* and you will buy of us.
UNDERTAKING
mmptfy and carelul'y attended to, day or night
clophone No. 68. Cafl* answered at all boars
WM. ZINK * BON,
frft Cor. Market and Twet>tv+?rond Bta
|^EW RICH BLOOD.
'ARSONS' PURGATIVE POLS
ft?
lypraoowhowm lake onepilleachnlahtIron
' ' DOT OOOPfl. ClearingOntSales
*
FOR TWENTY DAYS *
ut
Bl
1
W? will mil F#B CASH, for h*lf their ^
ORrt, a LARGK VARIETY of
it
LADIES'DRESS GOODS !5
EMBRACING %
J
COLORED DRESS SILKS, t
fi
CHENEY BROS9 |
Figared and Fancy Black Silks, ]
81
IRISH POPLINS AND PLAIDS. 1
]
AIm ft LABQB YAKIETY of M
DRESS GOODS.]
Hi
Alio our (all itockol
*
Ladies'Gloaks, Coats i
AND L
DOLMANS, ,
L
AND e
BLANKETS. *
(
REMNANTS OF D
CARPETS "
AHD
LAGE CURTAIN GOODS '
At a GREAT BARGAIN. ^
Pi
STONE & THOMAS, \
^ i
DRUGGISTS. y
W1
A R/inQn7a f/j? r'hiMimn
xi uuuuuku aui m<j vjuiiuiiiiii |
No need now to use namlous vcrmlfugcal Logan |
4 Ca'i PLEASANT WORM SYRI'P IspUauant and
effectual. Price In Urge bottles, 2ft cents. r
IAJGAN * CO., I:
Druggists, Bridge Comer. g
AIL ALONG THE LINE
in heard the cough! cough! cough! of the distressed n
multitude. Get speedy relief by u*ing Or. CHAP- 'I
MAN'S HOREHOUND BALSAM, an elegant and J
effective remedy for Coughs and hoarseness. Price (.,
In large bottles, 25 cents.
WAN * CO.,
Druggist*, Bridge Corner, (
8e
CUT THIS OXJT !
We sre headquarter* for Tnmcs. Supporter*, Sur- _?
gleal Instrument*, Syringes, 4c. The best and latest UJ
goods at bottom prices. IX)UAN <& CO., MC
Druggists, Bridge Comer. ^
chi
THE BEST HOMESTEAD K
Is good health. There ! no' pill in use which bo ?i
full* meets the average want as Logan <t Co.'h
HOMESTEAD LIVER FIL1A Forty pill* in each {?p
box. Little pills for children, larger for adults. The vf
cheapest ana best pill in the market. ?
LOGAN A CO., ?
J&21 Druggists, Bridge Corner.
SUPPLY OP FRESH AXD RELI- C
BOVINE VACCINE YIROS ,
Prom the New York Board of Health, just ~"j
received at
EDMUND DOCKING'S, Agent, B
PHARMACY, De
__ja30 Cor. Twelfth and ChapHne Sta. __
MERCHANT TAILORS. ~
NEW SPRING GOODS <
C. Hess & Sons, j
MERCHANT TAILORS,
IN
Have now In Stock a Full Line of {
Fancy andStapleTCf oolens j
BOTH FOREIGN AMVDOMESTIC,
Which we offer at
Prices that Defy Competition,
Other Woolens at lowest prices. We carry _
the largest line of goods in the city, and our Jl
Get Up# are First Clasa in every respect.
A FULL LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS I =
Fereons desiring anything in our line will
And it to their, interest to examine our stock
before pu rch&slng elsewhere.
C. XIE88 & SONS,
mhft Cor. Main and Fonrtrtnth 8t<.
REMOVAL. .
I h*T6 mmond my ConfectUnerj Eitab- ^
llahment back to the old plan again.
No. 1319 Market Street, ~
c
"We* Side.
M
NICHOLAS BCHULZ.
If! t
: .-'.J*!./-.'* - v.
..... yoigtiym
IDOCATIOHAL.
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS!
"SSr
T. DE CHAMil ACADHIY,
HKAR WBZlLOo, W. VA,
rh? thirty-fourth jwi tk*
r titta, uudvr the dwur- m iu, ad
01 next, wid ftuiUao? ur. tuvao*. *vn*^ ,
hiplbi mWtd *t iny tie* la Uu weha.
Oil* wbo dartre U? pUr* 'UuiLWti l&u
ra?te ,
jnt ol letnale education, Indodns* \i< i.
ifua?ca and muMc, at t?ry rtawmabte ruff
outo tend for a catakkuc of tbu wW AddrSr
DI&XCT&JBti 0/ THK A?JAl?tXY
or mi yihtatkml
Ht. LnnmniL
lylj-PAW Xgtr Wt?? ihg. yTfa.
[EST VIRGINIA DHHMTI,
NIXKdetartroenUofitudy: text Iraki tumhfcai 1
r COOT; calendar arranged to aalt w?hm; u?
tikh lor one year Irom |1 ii to ISO non twurtj. ;
lend, tborouib. full term Uvtru SKTnOim I
1M1. Attendance but year (trim >u?nu?rf i
at Virginia and from fc Stake ti-A TerrUuW I
amber ol student* larfer than for ten ytatijn ]
DUX.
V*or catalogue and other InfonnnUxuppjyti 1
Acting Prwldeut, D. B. PCR1KT02J. *?? |
BUSINESS CARDS*
ririsT VIRGINIA STENCIL ASi
VV BKAL WORKS,
No. 11*1 MAHKET BTRECT. ttlimDfe
anulaeture* of Stendl FJatw, Burnthg Btuh
eet aumt?, Rubber Btatui* awl S*me Vto*
all engratSl to order. IH*toflice M *r'ilu* Buati
incellor* and supplies, Rubber type md 3
A.T.r^ '
^TEW BOILER WOltKs.
Manufacturer* ol portable, stationary. teifet
jta, 1? WwSSEn Mm
>ViJW Ko.ta*i MHtkrtttmv
Telephone 0-21. BepaLifpedalattentioo. Tcm
Monable. -3*.'
J WHHELM8
ereby announce* that he to rearty to do all rq*
* on tamltii?? nt w?*"'
fltteriM. paper h*jTjfi u *r7 oirfe-1 c'i I * n I njr.'ft, J? *tlal
attention will be paid tu cleaning ol ?
irtalns.
! ? 1051 Market Mtvet. >nl ^ 1
} 0. LIST, JR.,
PORK PACKER
Bdcurer of the celebrated CHKSTKR MElTl
Which ut now ready and (or wi'.e at
28 FOURTEENTH STRm ;
My 8. 0. Me*ta are all braudod, "Llit'i Ubnut*
J" M. GLOUSTON,
U*AUa 15
rain,Ground Feed, Baled liny, String
South Street, Near Market Street Bri<ig?,
111 pay the higueat market price f??t wheat, ?el
ami <?<it* itj j
">OALl COAL!
JOSEPH WEttXF.R, I
eater in Clean, Nut ami JIUeJ CuL
Orders promptly attended to by mail, it
if lowest prices.
Telephone communication, F-5.
JOSEPH WKPKKR, ,
mlifl 15'JU Warn U 8 rrtt
ATTORNEYS.
SEQ. K. EL GILCHRIST.
3T ATTORNEY AT LAI,
Office With Taylor & Bivrr.
No. U Twelfth 8ml .
Admiralty and Maritime Law a specialty. Co0? mr
promptly made. ma :
XT J. W. OOWDEN,
TV ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, No. 1212 Chapline St., Wheeling, W. Vi
ompt attention to ail buxlnow. jeTnn
r K. COWDEN,
I ATTORNEY AT LAW.
S'g 1323 ChapUne 81. Wheeling. W. Va. ijC 7
IANNHJAL FORBES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
imro. Custom Honw. Wheeling. W. ?t. )ril
'A3LES P. ROGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fa 1207 Chapllue St.. oppoaite tho Court Beta,
reeling. W. Va. j3T
\ANIEL LAMB.
J . ATTORNEY AT LAW.
no, 1818 Market ttrcet, (orer City unakj Mt&
t. W. V*PROFESSIONAL
CARDS.
>T 0. SMITH,
[ til Estate, Bond & Stock Unto,
Ipcdal attention Kiven to collating rvntiulte
ier*l management of Real Ertate.
nht 183P Main atnw. W^WIng.
^IIOMAS SWEENEY,
istlceoflho Peaco, Notary rnlllcui
General IIashless Agon!.
OrncB~No. 35 Eleventh street, lower end
cond Ward Market Hou.**'. up stain. )all j
i LEXANDE1* bosk. ml.
Il
>TARV PUBUC, LICENSED HEfERAL BUSMEHh
ANU REAL EfiTATK AllKNT.
-oaiin negotiated, stock* Ixxicht and h>M.b?
ititA'and manufacturers'kiok'oiimd.cxainlMl
delated. F>tuU* nettled, notes. Umk account*'
a rents Collected. Hoiim> rented *nd ImwA
Ucttion* promptly remittal. Advance* auuk
L btudnM corrctpondenwronfidentUUy attend*
Send for circular to referenci*. Mis M*tW
eat, (Cnmgle'K Blotk,) over City Bunk, Whttlfci
V*. id.
COMMJSSJOfTMERCHANTS,
JEO. H. PARKS,
(Formerly of 1.1st, Davenport & Park)
Goiu-ral CommiNKion,
(Member CblcRgo Board of Trade.)
loom 8, No. 144 1a jinlle atrcet,
all C'HK'AGft.
3. IUVBNHJBT, C. 11. RiOLItKTUS,
General. Of D. EfcKlcfiton <k Son, Spedal
t. DAVENPORT A: COJ
COMMISSION
alora In Grain, Flour, Heeda, I'ruvlrtona, CM
and Dried Fruit*.
n 1*7 WAHtns'iirnK jt rnir*?^
WINES AND LIQUORS.
UJ. KBAUS. COL. KhAllb. KKU-. HilU
/. %JU?f
(Bucccaor to H. Schmulbach h Co.,)
XFOBTERS AND DKAI.EES
IN KJRlilGN AND DOMESTIC
ines and Liquors, Brandy,
al>:, OO&DIALB AND WIIlfiKIQ,
ro. 1133 Mtirla't HCicett
2? WUHFI.INH W.U.
JEWELRY AND WATCHES. J
^a 1(0est stock ok 1txk
BATCHES
AND diamonds
IX THE CITY. AT
G. BILLOW'S.
1223 MARKKT ST1SKET.
^*Fine Watch W?rk a fyedalty.
PHOTOGRAPHY. ..J
iaes0jjs'
photographic studio,
1301 Mlrtct itrt**m
' Op|v.?l" Ml I.'IIT HWjj. ;
1ray0n portraits at
/
TUE81 ART STUD*0'
aM *0. SIM MAIN ST""'
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