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Jay (or Ita Commencement. Yesterday was
mi wmi coum do desired in the way of a ,
choice Junu day?just cool enough to be |
perfectly agreeable for indoor exercises, anil
warm anil sunshiny enough outside to in-1
vito u large attendanco from tho city. Three
trains wont out, at 8, 8:30 and 0 a. m.?all
carrying their loads of relatives, friends and
acquaintances, and all bent on a day of en1
joyment. By half past nine tho Commencement
Hall was well tilled, so much so that a
nuijber of scats had to be provided inside
tho railing reserved for tho pupils. After
all were made as comfortable as possiblo tho
exorcises of tho day. opened, the following
being the programme of performances:
Kutrauco March?1"Tannhauser" R. Wagner
Firot I'ltiiio?M laics Mary Doiluhueaud Wraco Jones.
Set unit I'lnno? Mimics Nannie Sltgrvaves and Jessie
Vocal ctioi us?"lloux Zephyrs," frow"La Favorite"
The CUss. ?
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH.
I'ltr.KIUMS IN THE SECOND CLASS.
Piano Quartette?"Marche TrlomphaliiV
L. do Meyer
Kind Piano?Misses 0 lvk KerrUk and Anna Lyons
Second 1'lano? Misses l.llla Kul^lit ami llossle Hamilton.
Literary Essay?'"lvdhoticlsm" Miss Mary Bukcy
Vocal Solo?"Com n' thro' the Rye" ??
Miss Marie Nevins
I Ii-uiiuuiaui Miutiivuiuu III viiubcvuiiu cinxn.
Vocal Quartette?"The Spanish Tambourine Girl"?
Misses Fannie Robinson, Anna IUtezel, Olivia
Kerrlxkand Mary Douohue.
f'octn?'"Bonis o( tl 10 JUver" Father Ryan
MUh Anna Lyons.
Premlms In the ttilril and the division of the
Vocal Solo?" *TIh the Harp in the Air," with harp
accompaniment NV.V. Wallace
Mi*s Mat Hngan.
Piano Quartette-"!/ Invitation, a k Value"?
C. M. Von Weber
First Plauo?Misses Ethel Klrkmau anil Sue Sitgreaves.
ccond Plano-Mlucs Jennie Wilson 'and Nellie
Premiums In the fourth and fifth classes.
Piano solo?"Poloiml"e" No '2 (opus 71) Chopin
Mix* l.illa Kuijf 'I.
Literary Essay?"M lulon of Hie Piera"
Miss Amy Nhuj.
Vocal Quartette?" "I'is Music that Whispers"?
fiom Moses In Enypt Itossinl
Misses Menu NUrhK. Mamie O'Hrteu, Marie Nevlns,
and Fannie Koblnson.
Premiums in Lain. Kronen and German. ,
Poem?"Famine Scene," from "Illawalha"? !
Misa Jennie Wilson.
Premiums in Painting, Drawing, Fthpjette. Neat- 1
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Grand Duo. pour deux Pianos (opus PJ8i?
First Piano?Mi.vS Mora Wobcr. j
Second Piano?Miss Olivia Kerr sk.
Premiums in Instrumental and Vocal Music, and
'theory of Music.
Vocal Solo?"M'odl ah! M'odl," from Lucretla
Borgia - DonUcttl
Miss Memk Waring. ,
Coronation Ode? Uw?thoven The Class (
Wagner's "Trtnnhauscr" is too widely ?
celebrated to require any comment, and a
more effective march could liardlv have i
been selected for such an occasion than, the
rcnowmdfcoue from this grand opera. It ,
was finely executed by the four young i
ladies named on the programme. The time
was admirably preserved throughout,
shading and phrasing excellent, and the
entiro rendition quite a success.
The vocal chorus from La Favorite by
Donizetti, was sung with tine etlect; the solos
being given by Miss Fannie llobinson, of
Wheeling. The progress made by this young
lady during the past scholastic year, is* quite
remarkable. Her voice, which is a soprano,
has gained greatly in power, clearness and
sweetness, while her execution lias improved
in proportion. The young ludiesof the chorus
also distinguished themselves by their accuracy,
line shading and general expression.
The ptano quartette, by Leopold de Mover.
is exceedingly brilliant, "and was given with
a dash and vim quite refreshing to hear.
The Spanish "Tambourine Girl*' a vocal
quartette, by Schumann is a musical gem. and
claims our special notice. It is written in C.
Major and sparkles with vivacity, tempered
by pathos. The melody is charming and the
harmony characteristic of KobertSchumann's
inimitable style. Miss Fannie Robinson again
led in the soprano, while Miss Anna Ritezel
as second soprano. Miss Olivia Kerrish as
first alto and Miss Mary IJonohue, second, did
themselves great credit by entering into the
spirit of the eminent composerund bringing
out both the melody aud harmony in a style
thatevinced skillful training, and just appreciation
on their own part.
""lis the harp in the air," by Win. Vincent
Wallace, is an .exceedingly graceful melody
from the oucra Maritana. Tne sentiment of
the Moorish ballad is nimilur to the "Musical
Harp," of Ttifi, and is full of tender pathos.
It was beuutirully sung by Miss May Hagan,
accompanied by herself on the harp. The
full round tones of theyouthtul singer called
the attention of the audience to the rare and ,
rot nun tin. instrument whioK oelirwxl ?!.?> nvtnlc
and causedevery ear to listen with rapt at* s
tention as the delicate notes died away under
the light touch, "There! there! it is the harp
in the air!"- j
The piano quartette "L'invitalion a la i
Val.se," by Von Weber, was played with all t
the brilliancy, delicacy ami llniiih which such
a composition demands. Misses Ethel Kirk- j
man and Susie Sitgreavcs presided at the ,
tirst put no and Misses Jennie Wilson and ;
Nellie Muher at the second. The opening
movement was given with that entreating, ]
pleading expressiveness which imparts such a ;
zest to ttie joyous "Allegro vivace," which
In this every note was brought out with
wonderful distinctness despite the rapid tempo
and the dazzling festal scene, with its ,
Hashing lights, perfumed atmosphere and |
myraiiisof gay dancers floating before the imagination
witti a sense of bewildering delight, 1
which ceased only when the brief finale faded 1
away in the last prolonged tune, and the fin- ,
gers of the fair performers dropped from the I
keys, Polonaise No. ?, Opus 71, by Chopin,
was admirably rendered by Miss Lizzie j
Knight, whose clear, crisp tones aided greatly 1
in producing the striking effects with which j
the spirited composition abounds. Miss i
Knight, a former pupil of the Academy, returned
this last year solely to avail herself
nf itu nvwl .!.? .
tier in which she executed )ier diflicult solo >
teatiflca to the nmrkedu access with which (
her application hast been crowneil. \
The grand chorus, for two persona. played f
by Misses Mora Weber and Olivia Kerrisk,
was deserving of the hit-hest praise, These
young ladies reflect the greatest credit upon <
their respective teachers The position of the \
hand, in each, being exactly according to ttie i
Btuttgartt method, the command of techni? ?
que admirable and the quality of tope the
satne, whilo the power, tender and intelligent
expression displayed to the best advarv- i
tage the merits of the composition. The i
nuartette. by Jiossini, like all the works
of tnat master, is performed with a Mowing
melody which runs through the different I
hunnonious combinations producing an en- *
semble most delightful to the musical j
ear. The voices of the singers blended admirably,
tho crescendos and dimminuondos
were so fine that the whole from first to the ,
lust was moat effective, MM'odi alii M'odi,"
from Lucregla Ilorgia is a brilliant Oavatina, i
requiring a good deal of dramatic power. It
was rendered with spirit and intelligence by .
Miss Waring, a former pupil of tho academy, ,
whose volco is remarkable for its deep round i
musical qualities. Miss Waring's well train- I
ed voice in the maturity of its powers found
a striking contrast with tho young and
miniature voices of the present year's pupils,
and the rounds of applause with which the
Cavutina was received showed tho appreciation
and pleasure-of the audience.
P?uy8 AND RECITATIONS.
Intermingled with the musical exercises !
were tho essays and recitations noted in the
programme. Tho first essay, by Miss Mary
Bukev, of Parkcrsbnrg, subject, "Kstheticism/'
was a most refined and sweet spirited
production, remarkably chaste in its tone
and vertutge, ami musigraceiuuy ana attractively
read by its iiutlior. The other essay,
by M?ss Amy Nash, subject, "Mission of tho
Press," wns also a very creditable production
to its author, |t wasu thoughtful and timely
dissertation on the uses and abuses of the
modern press, reflecting in sovero but not
i undeserved tonus on its shortcoming*. She
laid the responsibility Jor many of these
shortcomings at the door of public sentiment,
and quoted tho excuse of the editor who said
thatut Inst it was but a question of demand
and supply. This she thought was an ignoble
excuso, but it npyertbcless. offered-,an
explanation of many of. tjje abuses of the
press. Hor remetly, next to the sen 11 ring of
a responsible and;elevated .'class of/Journalists,
was the elevation of public sentiment.
Tho "fatniue scene" from Longfellow's
"Hiawatha," as read by Miss Jen
? 1 1 ? -?
nle ' Wilson, was listened to witt
greatest interest by the whol<
audlenccj| H? elocution and dramatic act
ingdldcredlitothesphool as well as toberself,
A newspaper man t^esent remarked that Ik
had nover Keen so much of interest in the
"famVieecono" before, which was certainly a
high complhuenVto the young lady.
As will bo noticed, tub programme wni
varied by the reading of the awards in the
way of premiums to the young ladles of the
several classes for various degreesaof excellenco
In their respective studies. A full list
of these as announced by Father'Sullivan,
of the Cathedral, are as follows:
^AWARDING OK PREMIUMS.
The fallowing i< the lint of premiums awarded to
the yoiiiiK ladle* who havo dUtingulshed themselves
during the past Academic year;
> % second clam.
MimSuiloBitKreaves, of Wheeling, W. Va. J'lnt
premium In literature, rhetoric, compoMtlon.lc'ter"
writing, church history, modern history and astronomy.
Hecomi premium in olocutlou and al?olira.
A tirebuum lor ImtiMVuuieiitJii arithmetic
I (rtrnt claiw.) ? *
Miss Morn Woficr, of Cumberland, Mil. first
premium In literature, rhetoric, modern history
(third chum.) algebra, arithmetic (first claw) mud
natural philosophy. *A premium for Improvement
In letter-writing ?ud penmanship (third class.)
.Miss Mamie O'llileii, of Toledo, Ohio. First premium
In eomoosliloji, letter-writing, physical
geography,modem history and penmanship. Sucoini
premium In literature, rhotorlo aud practical and
Mi*s Jennie Wilson, 01 WJluonbunr, W. Va. First
premium in rhetoric, 'modern history, astronomy
and elocution. ffceond premium in Kieratme.
church history ( punjnaushlp, arithmetic (tlrst class)
and practical and tneoretiCHl book-keeping. A pre
minm for Improvement In composition and letterwilling/
Miss Nellie Malicr, of Cleveland, Ohio. First premium
in literature and rhetoric. Kccond"premium
In reading, modern history (tint clan) and astronomy.
A premium for Improvement lu composition.
Mlw Annie Lyons,of ht Paul, Minn. ;Fl?t?t premium
in letter writing and penmanship. Second pre?
mlum in literature, rhetoric, modern history aud
practical and theoretical book-keeping.
DIVISION OF Til K fjF.COND CLAW.
Miss Mary Donohuo,'of flrafton, W, Vn. First
premium in grammatial.aualysln, reading, modern
history (thlru claw,),physical geography, penmanship,
arithmetic (second clas?,) Chtlstlan doctrine.
Second premium in litenituro, letter writing ami
practical and theoretical book-keeping. A premium
tor Improvement in rhetoric.
Miss Jessie Campbell, ol Wheeling, W. Vn. First
preloluinln literature, rhetoric, grammatical anulysl?,
rending wild modern history (third tln?).
Second premium In natural philosophy. A promium
for improvement In composition, letter-writing
Miss Mary Gloninger, of Pittsburgh. I'?u First
premium in ll'erainrc, rhetoric, physical geography,
penmanship (fourth clas?,) and Cnrlitlan doctrine.
Second premium lu reading. letter writing,
modern history (thitd class,) and arithmetic.
Miss Sarah Knight, of N\est tiolnmbin, W. Va.
A premium for excellence in arithmetic (first
class). Firs| premium in physical geography, alKcbni
and geometry. Second premium in JJterumro.
modern history (Uiird cImsh.) and nnu-tlcal
ma thcoretkul book-keeping. A premium for Improvement
in rhetoric, letlor-wrltlny uiul poiiuiuuill
mIm May Hngau, of Pnngnnnon, Ohio. First
premium in muling, letter-writing anil christian
ioctrine, Second premium in literature and
i>hy?upl geography. A premium for improvement
Miss Annie IUtezel, of Warren, Ohio. First
pro.nium in literature, comj>ositlou iuhI letterwriting
Second prem uai in ri'adlngand practical
mil tlicoreti ui book-keeping. A premium for linptovemot
in rhetoiicana jHUinmnshlp.
Miss Daisy Duniup, of Wheeling, vV. Va. First
premium in coini>osiiion, phyhlcal geography, ami
mclent history Uoiirth class), Second premium in
reading. A premium for improvement In literature.
Miss Agnes Ilandlan, of Wheeling. W, Vu.. flrst
premium in gmiumatlearatmlysls and Christian
doctiiue. Second premium In modem history (*eeo.id
clotti), natural pblloyphy, practical uud theoretical
bookkeeping and a premium for improve*
incut in reading.
Miss Olivia Kerrbk, of UermtulA, n premium for
lpplication and improvement in her English studios
luring the piutycnr.
. Ali?? Nellie Williamson, of Cumberland, Md., a
premium for improvement in her Kugllsh studies
ilurlng the past tlvc mouthy.
. ..Mt.vMo I.? I nr. Ijllltl) I'UM,
Miss Mary McGiaw, of Graf?ou, W. Vh? first premium
in grammatical reading, application
af words In sentencea, physical geography, ancient
libtorj' (fourth ela a) u?<l arithmetic ((irst clti.se).
second premium in letter-writing, practical ami
theoretical book-keeping, penmanship and Christiun
Miss Clementina McDonald, of Athens, Al?., first
premium iu grammatical analysis, reading, upplicalion
of words iu sentences, geography and atithutile
(second cltu*.) Second premium in
penmanship a premium fur improvement
u ancient history, (fourth clans and a premium
for improvement in letter-writing.
M Us Laura Knight, of Wot Columbia, W. Va.,
Irst premium J? auplieflHon of words iu tcutonce.*,
;ihyslcal geography,' algebra, and arithmetic
(ttrst clam). second premium iu . grammatical
analyst*, practical and theoretical
bookkeeping, and a piemlum for improvement
in letter-writing ami pemnanihlp,
Miss Ko-eSlcJraw,of llrafton. W. Va., first premium
iu application of words In sentences, letter
ivriilisH, and undent history (fourth class). Second
premium i? gramatjcal analysis, reading, physical
;eograpliy, Chrhtlan doctrine and u preml.m for
improvement In j enmanshlp.
Ml&sBlanche Waterliouso,- of Wheeling, W. Va.,
Irst premium for application of word* in sentences,
irlttimeilc.geograpny and Christian doctrine. Se?>ii(l
premium in grammatical analysis, ancient
aUtnry (foij'th class) and peuinaushlp.
Jills I lose Blrkctt, of Elm drove, W. Vn., first
premium in application of words in sentences,
mtural philosophy, and arithmetic (second cla.s.)
econd premium |u graiuaticat niialysls. modem
history, piactlcal and theorutlcal booKkeepingand
i premium for improvement iu penmanship.
MIrs MamleThurnton, of Wheeling. W, \a. First
nrcmlum in jfrummatlcn) amil jsJ? and orthotfWPhj".
wuunu im'iiiiuin in uppiuwilou uf words In "sen.ttucud,uritliuu
tic (fourth cla*-) ntiU Christian docxjne.
A u'cmtum lor Improvement in muling and
MIhiCec?>ia0' Hrlen, o(Toledo, Ohio. First premium
in letter-writing and penmanship Second pieinmin
In grammatical annlytis, arithmetic (second
:iu.v)nnd Christian doctrine. A premium for Im( rovumvut
In rending mi'l geography.
Miss Maggie Keni>k. of.IieruiucU First premium
In Grammatical analysis and npr licatiou of words
In sentences. Keconu premium in readlig, letterwriting
and arithmetic (fourth class). A premium
forimprovoinnut in Christian doctrine.
Miss Hcssio Hamilton, of Washington, i'.t. First
(iremiuin in reading. Second premium in "mminfttlml
aiihlyMs.' Hrst premium In letter-writing,
second uremlutn In geography uud I'enmatitliip.
\ premium fur improvement in arithmetic.
Miss Minnie He?rn. of Newport, Kentucky. First
premium Iti Christian doctilue. Second picmlum
In geography and penmanship. A premium for improvement
in grammatical analyst* aud arithmetic
Miss Kat(e McDanlel. of Georgetown, D. C. First
premium in Chilean doctrine, fecond premium
in application of words and leniences, geogrnpuy
ind Hrlthnietic. A premium for Improvement In
MhH lidlth Mlllor, of Point I'lciuaut, W, Vh. First
premium in geography. Second premium in arithmetic
A premium ior improvement in grammatical
analysis. letter writing uud pr-ctlcal aud theoretical
Miss Fannie Robinson, ol Wheeling, W. Va. First
premium In arithmetic Second premium in letterwriting
Miss Mario Nevjns (if Columbus, Ohio. First pjef
mlura in Idler writing. Second premium in rending.
Miss Martha Lahey. of New York. A premium
'or application and improvement In her English
itudies during die past year.
Miss Kthel Klrkmau. of Columbus. Ohio. A premium
for improvement in her English studies durtig
the past live months.
M i-s Maggie Uagan. of I'ine Hank, l'n. A premium
'or improvement In her English studies during the
wst five month*.
Miits Fannie Ahl, of ritUburgh, I'a. A premium
or improvement in her English stijdles during'the
l>ast live mouths.'
DIVISION OF Tit litt) CLASH.
Miss Xicketlo Floyd, of Logan. W. Va.
First premi -m in orthography, ^application of
vords In seutouecs, geography, aueient history
liflh claasK United States history, penmanship and
Jhrutlan doctrine. Second premlnui in lettcr-wrl ln?.
A iTemjum for Improvement in grammar
Miss Nauuie Sltgrcavc#, of Wheeling, \V. Va.
Unit premium In orthography, application of
voids in sentences, reading mid ChrUihu doctrine.
?eeond premium in grammar, geography and
irithmetie (division of the fourth class.) A proiilum
for liniiroTement in letter-writing and pjnnanship.
Miss ray Collins, of I'ennsboro, W. Va.
First piemium lu orthography, implication of
vordiiu sentences. ancient hUtoiv (tlfdj elm*) and
United Stateshlsiory. A premium for |inpioveinent
In grammar, muling And letter-writing.
au?nuiiiu rtflscw, ui Kansas CUT, so.
First premium in orthography, application of
md* in sentences hihI uriinmetiu (iourili .clatx.)
second premium in lotier-wiitiiiK una punuiamhip,
\ premium for improvement in grammar ami
*i? Lellio Floyd, of i.O|;an, W. Va.
Fist premium in application ol wor-Js in wntcnces,
geography and Christian doctfiue. ectond
pre "ilum in penmanship (rtfth class,) A premium
tor Improvement in orthography, grammar and lottor-writing.
Miss Nannie Moore, of Wheeling, W. Va.
First premium Jtiapplication ol words in sentences
and nadlng. Scuond premium in orthography,
grammar, ancient h story (fourth class), jkmiinaushlp
and Christian doctrine. A premium for
improvement in letter writing.
Miss Lillian O'llrivn.of Wcatou, W. Va.
Find premium in application of wools In sentences
and geography. Second premium in orthography,
reading and united suae* history. A premium
lor improvement in grammar, reading, let,
tor-writing, arithmetic nnd penmanship.
Miss Grace Jones of Dillfcs Bottom, ohlo. First
premium in orthography and application ol words
in sentences. Second premium |u reading,grammar,
und penmanship. A premium for lmpruvcmeat |n
letter-writing and nrltlunetic.
. Miss Hose Friday, ol Pittsburgh, Pa. First preml
um in application of words In sentences, second
tiromium In letter-wrilintr. senantnliv *n<lnhrUHut.
doctrine. A premium for improvement In ortiiography,
grammar, rending, arithmetic and penmanshlp.
Mist Jeunlo Darrah. ot Washington, Pa. First
premium In orthography. Second premium in up.
plication of words in sentences and arithmetic, a
premium for Improvement In grammar, reading
Mif? I,i?|e Murray, of Philadelphia,' Fa. First
premium |n orthography. Secoud premium In application
of wordi in Huteuccu. United states history
and arlthmetlo (fourth ela<?.) A premium for
Improvement In rondlne, letter writing, pennwiiship
and Christian doctrine.
M Iss Roaa Mlller, of \\ heeling, W. Va. First premium
In orthography, Second premlnni In apnUcat/on
ol word* in acntCHiw*. A premium Inr Improvement
In grammar, letter-writing and gcoKIjlii/hclen
Denies, of Wheeling, Wcit Va. First
premium-In orth**raphv. Swond premium in
ai nllciitlon o( word# In sentences,arithmetic (fourth
cliut*) and penmanship.
Mta Minnie 8<rau?, of Irondale, W. Va. A
premium for Improvement la her EnglUh studies
during the pant five month.".
Mia Klttli Cuihwa, ol Wllllamvport, 2id. a
i premium for Improvement In her English itudle
, during the past nv? months.
Ml* Ann* Kirch, of Canal Dover. Ohio. A pro
ralum fur Improvement In her English itudle
daring the put rtvo months.
; PltEMIUMS IS T1IK FOURTH CUSS.
MI?s OcUvl* Moore, ol Wheeling, W. V*. Kiwi
1 premium in orthography,gnitntnar reading. UnlUnl
swtes hlntory, gewniphy, arithmetic, poniuanshlp
i uud Christian doctrine. A premium for Improve,
mcnt In luttor-wrltltig.
: Ml?i Norn Korrlsk, of ItormiKln. First premium
In, orthography. Rrammar. reading and lettcr'
wrltlCK. Hecond premium In ReoKraphy, United
1 Hintcs history ami Christian doctrine. A premium
, for Improvement In penmanship.
Mlm KPh Well*, of Uarlnglon, Ohio. First* prem
lum lu orthography, urammar and geography. Second
premium In uvullng, A premium for Improve*
i ment In lettohwrltlnir.
Miss DiiUy Stone, oi Donnlson, Ohio. A premium
for excellence in arithmetic. Flint promlum In
orthography, grammar, reading ami geography.
:kcoud premium lit Curlntlnii doctrine.
MIm alary Worder, of Pittsburgh, Ph. First
premium in rending, nrithmetla and Christian doc*
trlno. A premium for Improvement in letter*
writing and penmanship.
Mis* Cecelia Knle, ot Trenton, N. J. First premium
In letler-wrltlag, geography and arithmetic.
Second premium in orthography, gramnur, read*
mir. Christian Uoctrluo and pcmnnniihip (class of
41 1m Lizzie Hlrtlr, of UarrUviUe, W. Va. Hret
premium in reading. Second premium In arithmo*
tic. A premium for improvement in orthography,
grammar, lottrr-wrltlng and geography. v
Miss Addlo Stockett, of Moundnvllle. W. V. Tint
premium tn geography. Second premium in orthography
and arithmetic. A premium for Improve*
mem in reading, grammar. letter-writing, Lulled
States history and i*eumausnlp.
Mini Clam Kraus, of Wheeling, \V. Va. First
premium Inarithmetic. .Second premium in orth
ography, reading and letter writing. A. premium
f.tr Improvement lmgraiumar, geography ami pen*
Wlfw .uary Kale, of Trenton, N. J. Second pretn*
lum in penmanship. A premium for improvement
in orthography, grammar, reading and arithmetic.
Miss Mlnulo Williamson, of Hi. Marks, Horldn.
A premium for Improvement in her Kngilah studies
durlug the past, live months.
division of the fourth cuss,
iniuin In orthography and rending. Hccond i r?mluin
In grammar. A premium for Improvement
in letter-writing,geography mid Arithmetic.
MIm Agnes Stuart* of West Union, W. Vu. First
premium In orthography and grammar. second
premium In letter writing, geography and arithmetic.
MIm Annie Schraltt, of Pittsburgh. i*a. A promluin
for Improvement In her English studies during
the past year.
mI*h Antoulu Ul??on, of kockport, Ohio. A premium
for Improvement In her English s udiesuurIne
the put flvo months,
I'l'.P.MIUMS IN TUKPimi CLAM.
Vis# Dollii McUann, of rumeron, NV. Va. First
premium In orthography, reading, arithmetic and
taucehlsin. Second premium iti bible history. A
picmlura for Improvement In letter writing. s
Miss Ktnnm Korrlsk. of Uermuda. First premium
In Grammar and rending Second premium In orthography.
geography and catechism. A premium
for Improvement In lettor-wrltnm.
4Mto Kobertd Mcnum, (f Cameron, U*. Va. First
$cmiutn In geography. Second premium in orthography,
arithmetic and christian doctrine, a
premium for Improvement hi grammar, orthography,
letter-writing and i>eumam?hlp (class of beginners.)
DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH.
Miss 'uslo Sltgreuvcs. lint premium lu literature,
grammatlval analysis, reading, ltUcr-wrltltig, tniuslAtlon
from English Into Frcueh, rceltailou of
French poetr^uid a premium ioclluelity to French
Miss Amy Niuh, first premium In literature,
and translation from English Into French. Second
premium lu grammatical analysis.
Miss Mora 'Vtjbt-r, tirnt premium In literature,
and trauslutlon from English Into French. Second
premium I > grammatical analysis and recitation of
Miss Mary Bukcy, first premium In literature.
Second premium In reading, grammatical analysis
and translation from English into Ficnch.
Miss Nellie Malier, ilrtt premium Jjj literature
Miss Jcnnlw Wilson, first premium In grammar,
reading, translation, dUlogiio.1. anremlum for Improvement
In letter-writing and fidelfty to French
Wlss Agues IIandlan.first premium lu grammar,
reading, translation, dhloguc* and a premium for
iniprovoment In hiitet-wrlilug.
Ml?s Jessie Campbell, tlrvt premium lu grimmar,
transhrloa nna dialogues Second premium hi
reading and a premium for improvement hi letterwriting.
Ail-.s Mamie Tho-nton, lire*, premium in grammar,
reading and dialogues. Second premium in trans-l.ltiOtl.
Miss Olivia 1C rrlhk, lljst premium in grammar,
translation and ctlalcisttcs. Second premium in
nuriirg. , ,
Miss alujijic O'ttrlen, first premium in tratfmtlon.
Second premium in dialogues, ft premium for improvement
iu reading and fidelity to French conversation.
Miss Mamie Cloninger, First premium in Grammnr.
reading and dialogue*.Miss
Anna Lyons. First premium in rending and
dialogues. Sc-cond premium in Grammar.
Miv* N'mnitt Mu-jre, Firet premium In reading
H'id dialogue*. Second prc-mium in grammar.
Miss Maggie KerrUk. Sceotid premium in dialogues.
a premium for Improvement in grammar.
Misn Nellie Killiamaou. A premium for improve .
mcnt in h-sr l'renen studies duriug ue post five
CLASS. OF HEGINKERS.
MissDaliiyDunlup. First premium in grammar
Miss Clementina McDonald. First premium in
reading. Second premium }n grammar.
Miu Sarah ICniglii. First premium in grammar,
A premium for itnnrovement in reading.
Mi's Laura Knlgnt. First premium in grammar.
Sceondtreminm in reading.
MIm Annie Kilezel, First premium in grammarA
premium /or imp overnent in reading.
M Us Fay ollius. r'ii>t premium in road lug.
Second premium in grammar.
Miss Nannie SUgrcavcs. First premium in reading.
Miss Daisy S one. Second premium in grammar
M 1st Grace Jones. First premium in grammar
Miss Klla ft'elR I'irst premium in grammar and
Uf\H Lillian O'Urlen. First pttmium In grammar
Miss Minnie Ilv'urn, Second premium ingrammar
Mis* Nii'ketie P!o;d. Secoul premium in grammar
Mi?s Lottie Floyd. Second premium in grammar
. DEPARTMENT OF GERMAN*.
Mi;8 Amy Nnsli.' I irst premium in grammar and
translation. Second premium in reining. A premium
lor improvement- in lelic-wrliiic..
M'?s Mary TVmohue. First premium in grammar,
reading, tninslatlon, letter-writing, peumanshlpimd
MIm Mmy A'erdi-r. First premium in Grammar,
reading, translation; letter-writing, pennianfelilpttiul
Mlss^ Rose Friday. First premium in grammar.
... .vnuioy "< <> miuniiuiijli. A
premium for )imm>venu nt In iKJumiushlp,
MM Kuunte KoMiikiih. Fir* I jireinlnm in penmanship.
Second premium in grammar. A premium
tut' improvement in raiding and translation.
Misx Annie-'elimitt. Second-premium in read*
ins- .A premium for improvement in tninslutioj
CUSS OP JIEG1SNKRP.
MIw Lizzie Murray. First premium in grnmnur
and reading. .
Mix* <; ?ni Km(15. A premium fur Improvement
In cnunmar, leading and eonvcrMitlon.
Miss Maty I'usch. A premium for improvement
in German conversation.
A prtmiuin to Miss Nellie Williamson,
department of;painting and drawing,
CI.A'vS OF IlK.CilSNKIlM,
Premium* awnrdod to Mioses Mary Uukey, Amy
Nath and Nellie vuillumvon.
Painting In Water Colors.
l'iret premium to Miss Mary Ilnkey.
First Dremium awardod to Misses Amy Nash,
Clementina McDonald ami Anna Lyons. Second
premium to M(sses llose Fijdny and Nell'o Askew.
CI.ASS OH nWISNEKS.
First premium to Misses Mnry McGnnv, Edith
Miller, KjiJMJlt.' HoWunmi. Ahum
BlrMl. Somn.l pn-miiuii lo Jllsti Helen Dtrcla
and Blanch Waterhousc.
' First premium to Miss Mary Bukoy.
division ok the kouuth cuss.
Find premium lo Miw?? Anna J.yons, Clementlnii
McDonnld. lto*e F.iday and .Vollie Ai>Wimv
Second premium to Miss Mny llflmn.
cj.a.ss ok jjkoj.nnj.ks,
First J.rcmliim to Misses Edith Miller, Atiim
Rlti'wl nnd tow i Irkett, A nrviiiiiuii for improvement
to Mines hintile Hoblnson nnd Murtlia
Thefollowlnj: yotniK ladies have dl'tintfuished
themselves In the obsui vance of the rules of Ki|.
is the first circi.e.
.. W". \'ary BukH>''Amy Suili! ailcreavcs
.Nellie M?her, &i?u>leO'JJrJe? una Horn Weber.
is the secosi'citcu, ,
Misses Olivia Kcrriilr, Sarah Knight and Mcmlo
is the third class,
Misses Mary McGraw, Edith Mlllor and Hlaacho
isthe fourth circle.
MtacsNlcketlc Floyd nnd tfary Dnsch,
is the junior circi.fi.
Misses ElU Wells and Jcnnlo iirent.
NEATNESS AND ORDER.
Premiums awunlcd to Ml-*es Susie SitgreavM,
Msmlo O'Hrlcn, Mora Weber, Jonnlti Wdson, Olivia
Konisk.Mary Mciiraw, Mnrnlo UlonlnKCr, F?r*h
Knight, Mary Dnsch, Mamie Thornton, Lizzie RUlr,
Cecelia Kale and Hla Wells.
I Premiums awarded to Mi.nen Susie SltRrcnvcs,
Mamlo O'Hrlcn, O'.lvla Kerrlsk, Aj;nes lUndlan,
I Be*sle JImnllton, MlunJo llPflrn, .Mary 31cGraw,
Ora'-e Jones, Mary Dutch, NlekutU Floyd, Itoso
Friday, Naunlo Moore, LUzlo Blair, Cecclia
Kalo, Daisy Stone,'Ella .Wells, r.*.- > j> : v? >>
First premium awarded to MUsea Lcttio Fliyd;
Lillian O'Hrlcn, Clara Krau<, Nannlo Moore Octavla
Moure, Cecelia Kalo, Dals7 Stone, Ella Wells.
PLAIN SEWING. I
Flirt premium awarded to Misses Jcsrfe Campbell,
i Grace Jdtiw, Nannie Moore, OctivU Moore. C^celL
Kale. Second premium awarded to Nannie Sit
grcavw, Lliilo Blair, amnio Williamson.
' DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC.
, * third cuss.
I First premium ou the phii|o. Miss LtlU Kulght
? nrrn cuss:
First premium on the piano and la the theory 01
mililc, Mitt Mora Weber.
Flmt premium on the piano and a premium 101
Improvement lu tho theory ot mutfc, MUs Oilvla
A premium for Improvcmtnt on the piano, Miss
DIVISION OK THE FIFTH CLAM.
First premium on tho plunu and In tho theory of
music, Mlu Jem)!* Wilson.
First premium on the piano, Mini Nannie Sit*
Second premium on the piano and first In the
tho theory of music, Mlw Mary Donohue.
Second premium on the piano, MUs Anna Lyous.
A premfum for Improvement on tho piano, Hr?t
premium lu the theory of music, Mlsi Ji-sslu Camp*
bell, Ml** Maguio Kcrrlilc and MUs Mary Mcuraw,
A premium fur Improvement on tho piano, nee,
ond premium lu the theory of music, * l?s Koto
A premium for improxement on the phtto and
ptomiuin for Improvemontln Uio thodry of music,
Alines Mainlo Thornton, Mai lluguu and (Jruee
A premium for improvement on tho piano, Mines
Fannlo Uoblnson, Cecelia Kalo and Miss Daisy
CLASS OF UKOINNF.IL1.
First premium on the piano. Mhn Rose Miller.
Second premium on the piano, second premium
Jn the theory of music, Mh? Cecelia O'Brien,
hecoiiu premluuiomhe plnno, Miss Km tun Ker*
\ premium for Improvement on the piano, first
premium In the theory of muMe, Missel Sarah
Knljrht, Laura Knight ami Clara KmUH.
A premium (or imp ovemeni on tho piano, ami
in the theory of muhle, M lines Mary Olonlnser,
Maggie llngiiu and Hose MeClraw,
A p'cmlum for improvement on the piano. M lues
Minnie He?rn, Mury l)unch, Helen Irovries,
Wancho Wnterhouw, Lizzie Murray, Lilian O'Brien,
Aiwa Kef ell, Annie dctiitilU mid Elid Wells.
A premium fur improvement, Mlsa May Hngan.
DIVISION OF TUB FIFTH CLASS.
Second premium, Miuc* Mamie O'llrlon nnd
CLASS OP IIKOINNERS.
First premium, MIucm Fannio Itobinwn, Marie
Kevins anil Anna Kitezel.
Secomli premium, Mai Hngan, Cccelia
O Hrien nmi -anulo Ahl. A premium fur Improvement,
*lss Je?de_ ? nmpbeil, Mary Dusch, Neiilw
Williiinsou and KUtlu tiushwa.
VOCAL I LASS.
hirst premium, Mlw Mary Ponohue, Fecoml premium.
Mlsie* Susie Sltgreuves and Mary llnkey, A
premium for Improvement, Minus Kthel Kliktnan,
Kdlth fillerniiu JMmj Friday.
Second premium. Miss Dult-y Stone.
. A premium for Improvement, Miss Cecelia Kale.
The first hotwr> of the fccond class, consisting of
a crown ami silver med il, for uniform excellence of
deportment, nroeonfered upon Ml*es Susie Mtgreaves.
ol Wheeling, \V. Va.; Minnie O'Hrlen.ol Toledo,
Ohio: Virginia L. Wilson, of Aiisonbtnir, \V,
Va.; Annie M.Lyons, of St. Paul, Minn.; Mora
sVcbOf, of i umbommi. Md.
The honor* of the second elms, consUtlne of a
crown and budK<*. for uniform excellence of deportment,
are conferred upon MI-mh HvU Kurtlsk, of
Itertnnda: fcumh Knli?ht. of West Columbia, W. Va.;
Mamie CilonliiKer, of I'lttsbuigh, 1'u.
Tiie honont of th: third, fourth and fifth classes
ore conferred upon Misses Mnry Mc(iraw,ofUiaftop,
W. Va; Kdlth Miller, of Point Pleasant, W. Vu;
Kunnlo Uobinson. of *h< cling, W. Va: Laura
Knight, of West Columbia, W, Va.; Koso Hlrkett, of
lilm lirovo, W. Va.; Clara Krone, of Wheeling, a.
Vu; M?ry Pu.seb, of W. Va.; Akik-s
tituart, of West Uuiou, w, Va.: Lillian O'Brien, of
Weston, W, Va.; Ko?o Miller, of Wheeling. W. Vu.:
*lrketle l'lnyd, of Logan, W. Va.; Leltle Floyd,of
Logsn, W. Va,.
In tlie Junlor rlrele. the first honors, consisting of
a crown, are conferred upon Misses Nannie Moo-e,
of Wheeling, W.Va.: l.lzzie ll!ulr, of Ilarrlsvllle. W.
Va.: Fay Collins, of Pennsboro, W.Va.: Daisy Stone.
oi ii-.'iiuivm. unio: Cecelia Kale, o( Trenton. New
Jersey; Kiln Well#, of Claihi^tuti, Ohio.
The following young ladies not hiving be-n In
the Academy the entire tdio asticyenr, ?r?> e?titled
to he honorably mentioned for ladylike deportment
and observance of roles: Misces Nellie WHiiiunsnu,
of t.'timherlnnd, Md.: Fannie Ahl,o' I'ittsburjii, I'a:
Kittle Kushwa, of Wiiliamsport, Md.; Anna Kerch,
of Canal -over, Ohio; Ella Itrown, of Washington,
l'a.; Antonia (iiesoti, of Ixx-kport, Ohio; Jennie
Brent, of Cretan's Grove, W. Va.
TJtE DRAWING CLASS.
The Drawiug Class of 1881 and 82, shows
creditable work for the year, when we consider
that no effort is mado to draw simply
in view of the display on Commencement
day or on the walls nt home. School girls
with their many duties havo not the lime
to give to drawing that a school of daaign
of course requires, and can, comparatively
speaking, learn only the rudiments of an
art education, bnt school girls can do themselves
credit in their year's work, and on the
present occasion they certainly have done
so. The pictures drawn by the members of
the class lire carefully sketched, well
finished, and are honestly tlie work of their
owners, Miss Hukey's portrait of her father
in crayon, enlarged from a small photograph,
ut=ci?c3 t-aucuiui jiu-iiiiuu iur us correct
drawing titiu careful finish. This is the lirst
portrait attempted by this young lady.
Miss A, Lyon's copy of a portrait of a lady
is ii most attractive picture, is graceful and
spirited in pose, well drawn and shaded.
Miss Clementina McDonald's "St. Mary Magdalene"
is good in expression and shows
Misses K. Miller,'A. Ritozel, II. Birkett, II.
Devries, F. ltobinson and M. Lahey, though
beginning this year, have done well, all having
creditable drawings to ahow for their
Miss Miller's Sea Piece, Miss Ritezel's
Chrysanthemums, Miss Birkett's Snow Scene,
and Jliss Devries' Puss in Hoots merit special
notice. Miss lloso Friday's Italian fruitseller
deserves commendation for the free and
graceful pose of the figures, and as It is her
tirst figure piece gives promiso of success in
Ju the department of painting the pictures
nnd ornamenUd work spoke ?well , of the
energy anil interest of tho pupils.
The finest of the water color sketches was
an autumn scene by Miss Mary lJukey. remarkable
fjr softness of touch combined
with boldness of etiect and brilliancy of hue.
We noticed also a Venetian girl done in oil,
which, as the work of a beginner, evinces
marked.talcnt Miss Amy Nash, of Gall i polls,
Ohio, exhibited several attractive pictures,
the most striking a moonlight scene in water
color*, and a Gypsy Queen painted in oil on
Miss Nellie Williamson, also a beginner in
oil, shows considerable taste in her painted
tambourine and satin waist. Miss Anna
Lyons, of tit,'Paul, Miun., exhibited one of
the most striking pictures in the room, showing
in the earnest yet graceful position of the
(wo figures, (a child and dog) the loving confidence
alwavs existing between children and
animals. Were we to enumerate all deserving
of notice, we should encroach too much
on the time and patience of our readers. We
must therefore content ourselves with the
simple mention of the remaining young artists
of Mount do Cbantal: Misses Clem. McDonald,
Kose Friday, Mary McGraw, Fannie
Robinson. Annie KlUzel, Kose Birkett,
Blanche Waterhome, Helen Devries, Edith
Miller and Mary Dusch deserve much credit
for their water color sketches and fancy
decorations. Wo must congratulate theiu on
their present success, hoping the commencement
of 1S83 will testify to earnest careful
work and great success in their beautiful
CONCLUSION?THE JlJSlIOr'S ADUIlKfS.
A f. tltft nlnan r\f <t?n o*owl?o tl? J?
Bishop Kain, who had occupied a scat on the
platform, and had handed the numerous
awards to the young ladies as they were read
out, came forward and addressed a few appropriate
valedictory words to the young ladies
of the school and the audience. lie was
very happy in his train of thought and at
the close was roundly applauded. ](e spoke
of the school in its various relations to its
pupils?of the good work that had been done
during thepastyear?of the hopes and nxpirations
of the pupils who hud longed to see this
day arrive?pointed out to them how soon it
had passed away, as do all things earthly,
however long.lt may have seemeu comingdwelt
upon tho two-fold nature of all true
educntion?viz-education of the mind and
the conscience, and said thut i: was the life
work of those in charge of this school to impress
uj?on those in their care that education
of the conscience was tho cbiefesc of all
pilucaHnn. without u hirli nit r>l! ?r ...Iti.,
was vain. He concluded with sown kindly
words to the young pupils who hod yot some
tima to remain in th? school?encouraged
them to labor for the crown* of honor which
they could win iiihclinol hv ilghi coiiduoLand
for those other and brighter crowns which ho
trusted uwaited them in the world beyond.
At the conclusion of tho UTshop's address
tho larjre audience slowly marched out of
the hall, purine from thero along with
pupils atiu me sisters into various parts of
the building, many goingout to the ground*
on the west side to stroll here and there
along the Kravellfd wulks of the lawn
Mount De Chantal is a very attractive place
at this season of the year, aud the audience
took occasion to enjoy u proraenado through*
out the grounds immediately adjoining the
building, quite a number remained to
dinner, but tbo laruer portion of visitors
went otr on the first train. The second train
left the station at3o,clock,and brought horaw
two well filled cars. Altogether, the day wus
hiRhly enjoyed by all who went out to the
1 Commencement yesterday.
a Rncunl from Death.
William J. Gsughlln, of Somerville, Mass
says: In the fall of 1870 I wni taken wit
bleeding of the lungs, followed bv u wver
cough. I lost my apatite and llesn, and wa
coiilined <o my bed. fn 18T7 I was adiult(e?
to tlie Hospital. The doctors said I had a holi
hi my lungs as big as u half dollar. At um
f time a report went around that I was dead. :
uhvo up liono, but a friond told me of Dr
William Hafl's Balsam for tho Lungs. I go
' a bottle, when to my surprise. I commoncet
i to feel better, and tonlay 1 feel better tlmn foi
three years past.
"I write this hoping evcrv one afflicted wltl
msi'iiscu i^ungs win i?Ku L/r, wiiniim null t
Balsam, and bo convinced tlmt consumption
can bo cured. I can j?ositivcly say It hasdoiu
more good than all the other medicine* I huvt
taken since my sick now.
A IH'IIcIoiim Iliuiqiict.
Tlio modern epicure is too often ntllictod
with dyspepsia, indigestion or constitution
after lmvitiK satiated liis appetitonwith a delicious
banquet and all the luxuries of ihu
season, Burdock Blood Hitters are a positive
cure for these and all other disorders of the
stomach. 1'rlco $1 00.
Mothers!Motticmt! Mo I tier*!
Aro you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick childsutiering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
If so. go at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Window's Soothing 8vrup. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately?deiiend
upon it; there is no mistake about it. There
is not a mother on earth who has uver used
it, who will not tell you at once that it will
regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother and rullef and health to the child,
operating like mugio. It is perfectly wifo to
use in ill cases, and pleasant to the taste, and
is the prescription of one of the oldest best
female phvslclans and nurses in the United
States. Sold everywhere. 25 cent* a bottlo.
Wlirn Tli*r?'M it Will There'* ft Wnjr.
Anyone who lias the will to try Thomas'
| Kclectrlc Oil will surely llnd the way to robust
health, Incnaesof bronchial aiTections, sore
throat, pains, etc.; and as au internal remedy,
it is invaluable.
I'akknts, give s. 8. 8. ta your childrentake
it yourself-?iJ eriiilicnti'n every taint.
Go to your druggist for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and durability
of color are uuequaled. Color from
two to iivn pounds. Directions in Knglish
and German. Price la cents. daw
On* iicwdrkd doIiLaus re ward for a better
remedy. WiH lams' Indian Pile Ointment is
asmro cure for Pilow. daw
ruin, Irritation, Retention, Incontinence;
Deposits, Gravel, Ac,, cured by "Bucbtipaiba.".
Pkdestrianism made easy by u9itikGerman
Corn Kemover. Get the genuine. l&c. Druj;I'M-".
Flvo Octavos, ono 3-5 Sots ItoedB, Eight Stop*,
lncludlng Sub-liana, Odave Courtier, Btool,
Uook outl Jluale, in Solid Black walnut Com
Tms Ornnu is Bitilt on one Olo Puk.
^ The Tamoua Jletthuvcn Organ
27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds, $90.
fcoon to adviuic? to $125. Order now. Iton?ltb7
IJanlc Draft. I'm ORlco Ordor, or RoBlfliored
letter. Boxed niiil shipped without a Moment's
Dolay. CsMomio Free. Address or call upon
fJOfli.'lEL F, IB17f,Washington, New dssepj*
^yi; have a
FINE ASSORTMENT OF PIANOS,
Which wcolfor nt rare burgains in order to
reduco our stock. ,
j??30 ' WILSON ,fc BAIJMER.
Mason & iiamlin organs, new
style*, SI .V) nnd upwards por month, till
IkiIiI lor. nt SIIKIB'S MUSIC STOKE, M Twelfth
stu-ct. Washington Hall XTKW
7 1-3 OCTAVE PIANOS, OF
JJH Hrstqijulltj*. wnrmnted?Ixyciirs15275niid upwards,
Ht SHKlll'.S MU3.C STOKE, W Twelfth
tvVi\slilnigl<m Hall. myl.r?
V. S Eii >-*n:oiurcuYf^^ lO^
Tuia moon;; ruwucr i? iuiuiu itom binctiy pure
gtapo cru&ra txrtcr, ami every can Is warranted to
glvu sailsfaction *r money refunded by
LANG, GRAJ1E A BAIRD,
}eM UM Main street. Wheeling.
InvflRtors o? small ami medium
ftinountalri (iruln, I'roviatoiin ami
v?~j?2g Btocka as fully p rotor toil n? most
T Our Buccawful, Jully trtoa.old oh
talillHtiod lilun. *1?v ft. li?uw.*ta
Soiid ut oncii for oxiilauntory
$r= &\ ? ,ro,u.,HM. , *,aBt r?cor<i, Kitnt:.
tk> 0M mvidonds jmid durinjMMBtthlrtoou
months on tlitH fund *<lil.71 po?
Htiaro. AddroBB i'LHMMINO &
Oi~ Wo wunt a loral agent in
S._ _ ftvery town. Excollout itiduco*
HBaffd i"001"-. 0(K1K,11"1 J* to a renponol.
ionn?Hn maD* 0 *or
lyoi\? & nfesLv A
Slats, cor. of Monroe St., Chicago, Jji
*#4 wy kdJma. tUlr
AND CATALOGUE, f Ete?
* 1, 140 rv?s fO Ermrinn ?fT
nulu. fit*. IVlt/.TWi ViAffil
1 KmoI?U, Cap l.tmt*, PunJt, ^ ^rtil
a Guff. k?.| Mi-J, ?Wlr*
I Oxidi*. Mt'aWli) ?lrt h?- 11 W
1 IkiUwtlnii Eirfrfc?i ti Alri\W If IB.
* ??-J filler" "f SUo.1
/CONGRESS IT A I T.
V, , , OUEA.S CITY, MI).
This popularhoure will 1m* inanajwl this s<won
by the undoralRned.flnd those favoring ui with n
visit may rely upon having their c jmforth prot?erly
looked after. ' ' '
Woj respectfully elicit tho pntroiipgeof our
friend* aud tho traveling public.
Kor Information and circular* nddrora,
. . ? RKKNKHT & CO..
jcIO Orcan Cfty. Worcester Co.. Md.
JCE CREAM AND CAKES.
J he rawt popular Icc Cream Saloon lit the elir u
to be found at, ^ w
( . v/;-- TIIOS. F. lTEYMAN"g
No. 101'J Mala Street,
Flno Fruit Cream* a mclilty. Also, Htmvber.
rlt* and < ream auppllcd at slior; n6tlce.
h "PITTSBURGH, CISCIXKATI A ST
" X I.OU13 RAILWAY?PAN HA NDLK KODTK
i RTlnie table (or East and Weal corrvctinl to J UNR ':-1
s nil, 1M2.
a ltalM lcftvo Punbntullo Depot, foot of F.lcvfnth
r Btrvet, near 1'ubllc LamlluK, dally, o^ccpt ftunUuya "
1 as follows:
t Mtw. Kaat Ym ivc.
\ WhccUngTlmo. Rxp'? Kxp'a Kxp'n Kxp> o'm'n ( '
WhwUnj X't#l *1*7 r'u7 %:47 :'l
, WdlMUUK 7:<K 7:*0 4:M 9;% 7:18 f.mSBm
. PUubonriljo 7:H5 ?:10 5:w0 8:to MO &J&SB
J UttJburgh 10:00 5:10 7:TO /.V^
> Hairlaburg*. il:is VlV
Wiuhlngton '.L.~ 9:15 Hfl
Philadelphia aJUV ,7:60
Now YorV. c.u> Il:i6
Barton I -I'tOOl U?.
' uotwo wist.
Pa? (Mil. Wcht Ac- AC-'
Kxp'B Mall '?!? a'ra'nlv'iv?!?^
Lcnro? a.m. p. m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
Wheeling.8:52 d? 6:32 1:57 6:47 -.'j,
Btcubwrrffla*... 9:55 fc2D 7:85 *110 fclO
Cad Is. 11:45 8:00 ..aMMH 6:U
DenuUon12;uj 8:15..,,..... 6:10
Npwark 5:2* 2:40 ... 9-25 1I&Bk
Colutnbui. &30 8:45 10:80 Va^vSk*
Leave- 1 a.m. a. m.
Gptiimhni ~. &5r. 166 8:65 9:55
Arrive? r. m.
l)?y uni.................. 8:25 7;0C? .... 7:00 1:30
Cluclnnatl 8 00 8:0t ...^. *00 2:40
Indlanapolli. 10:50 k* ... 6;C9 ''
4. m p.m.
BL Louli........ 7:? 8:C6
Chicago .. 7:81 T.U ....... 7:fr
Butulav oxjirm leaves Wheeling at Kb1 a. m? ar- .
rives Wellaburg 0:2^ a.m.. Bteubenvlllo 9:65 a. M.,^i1a5^?3
tuiikltiK clow connection lor wculorn i>olut?. . !J3?
Tnilim lcavlnif Coli?m?in? ?t M'M>? ?
m.. nm dully. Through Chicago KxpreM leaven
Columbus dully, except Sunday, at 6:00 r. with
leeplug car attached, arriving hi Chicago at 7:30 *
next morning. Berths canbe secured In advance at : !
Union Depot Ticket Qfllco. Columbus.
Pullman's Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Can
through without clisngu IrvmSloubonvlllo east, to ? ; '
Philadelphia and Now Yoft. West to C'olumbur,
Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis sud St. Louts.
For through tickets, bnggHjse checks, sleeping car
accommodation*. and any further Information. np?
ply to J NO. (1. TOMMNf-OM. Tlck.-t Agent, at Panhandle
Depot, foot of Hevcnth street, or at City
Tickct Office, undor McLuro IUuko. NVheeliug. :
J AM US McCRKA,
Malinger, Columbus, Ohio, ; "SSiiS
Jf. A. FORD,
Gen'l I'iu*. and Ticket Agont. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Jg ALTLMORE A OHIO RAILROAD CP.
On and after M?y 21 ,!?&!, ituweiiger tralni wUl f v'StaB
run as follows?Wheeling Times ; >
i?-cnmcn No 4'v No * Ko. 1 No.U'Vo. 8. V ; t;''
bocsd, j^l Dail) Daily Itohy Dally
Leave? a.m. *.m. a.m. r.jt. f.*. 4
Wheeling 716 ISA &60 3;JI?
Belial re ? 7. St, 1:46 9:00 3. CO 5:20 ..' .: .
Arrives at? ..rasflB
Grafton.'. Sio 5.4s l:?) 7;:t
Cumberland 0:33 4:47 1:26 - ^
Washington City.. 'fcVo 0:60 C OS
Baltimore 3-J" 11:00 .... 7:10
a.m. . r-m.-fvir^asss
ruiinuuuiuift ..." 7:401 H:05 *,?..? 12:50
New York...??IM. lOtfOI C:tO SCO ? K;
|p.?. . x.u. m&SsBBR
Boston...... .. I <:!?'......... 0 16 :
0 Daily excoi't rimidny. ~ ,,
No. 13 ami No. 9 stop at nil Stations.
u-VKV nmtwn v(> ^ No.'2 No. 8N0.IQ '$d |?$
WkKl HOUND. No.c DtUly j^jjy
Leave? p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
Wheeling......................... 4:0. 9:30 1:30 11:18 ' . gW
Hell h in.'.. 4:40 10:10 '2:10 11:W
Arrive at? -:. ;.^jpjBa8
ZHcesville M0 ii.n 5.05 8:K?
Newark .. J:W t:10 4:10.
Columbus ... 3:13 7:50 5 80
: a.M. y;if.*&8sffaaa8
Cincinnati i:00 5 00 &C0
Sandunky .. ~... 7:00 ih28
Indianapolis.....-., ? 11:00 r& 'itis
SL Loola ?? _ 7:56 7:30 '.n|:
Cblcnjo C:00 ''s-oil "so |
B. & O. I*ulace, Druwiug Uouiu sua Bleeping Can ! on
all night (minx. \
Close conncctio:is are made for r.U )KtlitU> BonUi
Ktid Southwest, North and Northwest, making.
a desirable route for colonists and-persons moving ) |
to the RreutYfCKt; and to whom particular attention ; -Vr^,y :
WREKLlKd, PITTA. AND BALTIMORE DIV - '?$$3$ \
Leave Wheeling. C: I0 a. m., W'Jp. m., 6:10 r. M, ~ j
No truins run on wis Divlmon on Sunday.
Tickets to all principal point* on nalo nt Depoti \
fflco open at nil hours duriug the day. "'$*5? '
Information to the tmvchng public cheerfully.
riven. W. M. CLKMENT8. M. of T. gj \
It. T. DEVR1K8. Gen'l Agent. Wheeling. . - y |
QI.KVEI.ANI) & PITTSBURGH H. It.
Condensed lime Table of P/tA-sengcr 'intiiw, eorrecti-d
to JUNK 4, 1S.S2. ' : ; ;
P.1VKR DIVISION?GOING. WEriT. : ,
Mail. Express. Express. Aoeom.
Pittsburgh 8:00 a.m. 1:20 r.M. 1:05 p. m
Allegheny 8:10 M 1:33 " 4:15 "
Arrive? .. '
Rochester- 8:53 " 2:20 " 8:(0 "
Reaver...... 8:69 2:20 " 5:05
E. Liver'L 9:87 " M9 " 5:45 " l.euve- tygfflfl
WellsvHlc. 9:48 3:10 " w8.r.-^n a.m. ?
Soronto ... lf:27 " 3:J0 " 6:39 " 7:C6
tcuben'e-10:47 4:'6 " 6:57 " 7:29 " t i VMSflS
Mar's F'y? 11:12 ' 6:01 " 7:50 " 8:84 > ^VWrfflMS
tiiuKt:|H>ri|ii:iv " | o;i? " I 7167 " I 8:42 ' "
Bollairc-...| 12:10 r. m.| 6:20 " | 8:10 " | 8:55
ltlVKH DIVISION?CiOIXG KA8T. :
Accom. MrII. Kxpresn. Ancom.
LcuTfr? : -* ;
Uollrtlre 5:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:40 p.m. -1:40 P. M.
Bridgeport 6:00 " 11:10 " 1:50 " 4:55 " V-'-jjflSfiMi
Mftr> ry- 6:07 " 11:17 " 1:67 " 5:01 "
Steubeu'le. 7:01 " 12:17 P.M. 2:48 "' 5:68
Toronto-... 7:20 " 12:89 " 3:t*5 C:19
WcMwillo- 7:49 M 1:15 " 3:40 " 6:15 "
li.Uver-1... H:l5 " 1:49 " 6:16 " .. r
Beaver 8:59 " 2:26 " 6:47 "
Rochester. 9:15 " 2:35' " 6:52 "
Allvcliciiv. 10:20 " 3:20 " 7:35 "
Pitt-siniruli 10:30 " 3:30 " 7:45 " :
HarrlRburj; 2:55 a. a ;?....;...f'I'fifxfWjm
K-ilUnmre 7:b0 " .> "itefcivH
Washlpg'u .. 8:22 " I
PMtadei'n .. 6:15 H ......u.. ' < ?%:;s5?|
Sew York 9:25 " .
Boston. .. 6:10 r.M *
M'l'K?Trains knvltii! JfclMru hi t?.6u a. m. andvS^BgfiS
1.40 p. m. connect Ht Yellow Cieek for Cleveland. V7v-'($;^?jsa
All trains dully cxcopt Hunday. ' Vv."
K. A. FORD,
General PAKsenirer awl Ticket Agent.'
WM. A. HAl.T'* IN. Mt'im^T. l'ltlslnirgh. ' ;l
PLUMBING GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
rnonfiiT r> o TWHWI
I <xuiui)lil!l Ot XjUX/J, :V
Gas and Steam Fitters,
U18 Market Street. .
Hwitingaiid ventilating orpubllc buildlogs,
dTvelllngH and factories n nycclnlty.
an24 - ; \
mnA?nOA\T #. r? rHT?r?-r?.^
j^'uwu-oua a riuvDiliUJ,""
PRACTICAL PLUMIIEHS, '' $*$&
Gas ltd Steam Fitters,
1B14 Market St., ffliccllui;, IV. Vn.
Dealer* lii all kind* ol lead, wrought and cost Iron
pipes, sewer pipes and chimney tops, ?!oam an
water gauge*. siphon puuip*, isifety valves, bath ''^Ksaw
tubs, sinks, Ac. Hole ngcntM fur the > iras 8?
Celebrated Cameron Steam Pump,
And Underwriters' Gas Machine. i Ordwr* fmm"?i?^Si?3raBi
w?m?t?y promj.tiy filled. mn23
?UKE F1TT0N, . * '.MB
Practical Plumber, Gas and Steam fitterijM
1416 Main street.
AH onlere promptly attends! to. : jitv'il^SBHg
^yM. HARE A SOaN,
PRACTICAL PLOMBERi;, N.v; >vj sr^M
iiw, ao l wcuvn BlWt'l.
AH work doti? promptly at Tm*ou^ii?-rr1r?n.
TOP BUGGY FOB SALE
For price and iuforiimtJon fttupiire nt uSBK
LUCAS' MUSIC STOHK,