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PRY GOODS.
Clearance Sales
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rvy.
FOR TUK
NEXT 30 DAYS.
'
To make room for tlio FALL STOCK w?
have made great reductions In all of oarde
parunems.
readies intending to purchase Suiuiue
(looda now la the opportunity to see n com
plete Mock and at very low priccj.
A, SIEDENBAGH & BRO.
1104 IVInin Street.
Telephone F-f2. jy31
THE TAIVIPICO
4iiv iftjinw i'un.->ni miicnu? uriiiu irniu in
/ > - Tanijili-o flbr?. Willi which It la mayed, in anladti
.*0'.,,'tloii lor tho olil fiulilonul, hieaknhle bonca. Th
Tamplco ?tay will not be affected by heat or colt
nuil while it aflbtda n more comforlnldo mi|>)kji
r . than any other, it cannot ?hj broken, howuvt
Kivcren (cat It may bccxiKwed to In w?*r. It \v|
v . b? rotroahiiiK to lad lot to Und tbo Tamplco a i'or?t
llirit will never brenk. A* an cvidciico of Its it
filnMc ineriu. ? reward of 320 la offered to th
wearer of every Tamplco Comst, in which any c
, the Tamplco ataya break. it baa the valuable a
- Uclimeniknown aa the "triple back," which allon!
a complete protection to the moat vital part of Hi
' body.
FOR HALE BY
H. EMSHEIMER,
Eleventh St., bet. Main and Market
IS H.?Dig: Drives in Snmmer Moods (
nil kinda to closo (int. jyi'7
?k iidMtcjtmx.
om?e t Bio*. 25 and 27 fourteen lb Mtre?l
:
New A<lvertiNciueut*.
Notice to Contractors.
LoU?i'ocketbook.
ro5$;V Wanted?Good Girl.
&*!' ; v'. Notice to Contractors.
't;'.-.. Clearance bales?Head of Local.
afe-v*'. Regular Cincinnati Packet?New Andes4
Lh page.
'0?- THIS In llic time to save money. Do i
by imying your Furniture or Mantel
from F. G. Caldwell, 1500 and 1502 Mar
;; ket Street*
MRS. Z1EGEXFEL0KK is prepared t
i?'#"". supply families "with n lirst-class urticl
of lee Cream to-day. No. 60 Twelft
Street.
THE usual men-hauls'lnueh nttheNci
McLure House Sample Rooms daily.
Thermometer Uecortl.
The following shows the range of the thei
raometer, as observed at Schnepfs drug a ton
Opera House corner, Saturday:
i'.VV-: , ; 1831 1882
~\vr ' 71. M. 12M.3r.M.7fK I 7 A. M. 12 M. 3 T. K. 7 T.
',0 SO 82 76 1 76 S8 86 SO
sunday.
?1M1 1862
7 A. X. 12 M. 3 ?. *. 7 r. M. 17 A. *. 1 K. 3 T. *. 7r. k
7-. 6<J SI 83 77 | 74 8'J 8'J fel
INDICATIONS.
" Washington, D. C., July 81, 1 a. m.?Fo
Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, cloud,
!#y\' ' ' weather, with rains, variable j winds
, mostly southerly, stationary temperature
: stationary or lower pressure,
c' ,'1 For the Lower Jjikes,. increasing cloudi
. nesswith rain, winds .mostly easterly, atu
?p&yi';\; tlonary or higher temperature, generall,
lower pressure.
TOWN TAI<K.
Nornpn of Current I.ocnl NewnfiuU GouJj
of nil NortM.
^2':; :' Tub big show to-morrow.
i Yesterday was a lovely day.
&?.; Hauvkat home picnics are in order.
^AY111 ^ H ton- ig predicted for this fall.
^i$vV- Two marriage licenses were issued 8atui
tiny.
. Frank Walter* got another car loud of ic
2^;?:; from Sandusky Saturday.
y.' Work on the new brick annex to tho count;
Jail will commenco to-day.
Work commences to-day on the new (too
^ : of the United Engine house.
Batiii.no in tho river is stillapopula
. amusement for the evenings.
/ ' Tub improvement at the Gas Works willb
completed about the 1st of August.
The Opera House Orchestra will "spell" a
Walters' Two Mile House to-night,
p:' * Tub colored carapmeeting out at Horn
brook's l'ark commences this week.
Kesidbnts around the hill are anxious ove
the prospects of their petition for an extri
' policeman.
;>or./.y s . viiAiiMK orsANKK leu irom a tramway a
-<l>o Central Glass House Saturday, and bad!;
W Injured a band.
Alex Taacky crushed bis right hand bad
ly at tlio l'ottery Saturday by falling on i
' moving cog wheel.
!, 1 Tiik County Commissioners' Committee
on Poor House and Farm and Cour
House and Jail meet to-day.
TiiKhs was another big row over at Mai
tin's Ferry yesterday, but our informun
could not name the participants.
Thk St. Alphons Sociey will give i
grand picnic at the new Fair Grounds on tlv
:id ol Augustand also a largo street parade.
\V'y, Tub North Wheeling Glass Works is rap
Idly approaching completion, and will be i
: much more substantial structure than be
;. : fore. . ?
Charlie Hull is very acceptably fillini
' : the place of express messenger Jack Neeley
on the P., C. A St. L. from here to Bteubm
The Hoard of Public Works tliiH mornin,
advertises for proposals for paving and r?
pairing paved streets. Tho advertisement i
SKffiiSto ?[ considerable interest to contractors.
ItIs with sincere regret that theannounct
ment is made that James Hamilton's condi
tlon lastnight was unimproved and liis deatl
;r . , was anticipated at almost any moment.
Ownias of real estate on North Fron
w&Mfc ntreet. Island, now have much juoro lam
wl^V^^thatJ their deeds call for, as the Garden spo
is encroaching seriously on I.& Bello Riviere
Conrad Siihwkkt, the well known ico man
has purchased the vacant ground botweei
tho Island street car stable and Back river
and will, during the ensuing fall, ercct largi
Ice houses on it.
llrgn Fokdvck, one of the parties charget
'with complicity in the family cutting scrapi
east of the city a week or two ago, was given i
jury trial before Justice Philips Saturday
|$P^?nd found not guilty.
Tub b. vt 0. R. R. Co. now have a corps o
detectives at work arresting tramps for steal
V\i$Vr' ing rides on trains. Those arrested in Mary
land aro takou to Jeasun's cut nnri nut In *??.
mp^ock-up (or thirty and sixty (lays.
Sfl|$ys|& The Suspension bridno has been treated t<
v?1 ; a thorough overhauling and complete re
: , pairs, including a new wagon way and par
tially new side-walks. Wltli a few coats o
paint it will bo almost a new bridge.
The Forest and Stream Fishing club will
Blart tor Urichaville. on the Stillwater, where
Wl" they will locate their second camp for thh
^Kw;uea?on and Inaugurate a "time," the like oi
Bj^avvrlitch was nover seen or heard of before,
C. SciiAFEKU was on Saturday appointed
; guardian of Theresa, Maria, Itertb, Paulina
;^T ' and Josephine, orphan children of Anno
^ % Merkt, deceased, by Clerk Hook. .Bond ?525
BKgKjwlth 0. H. Schepf and F. Keliter as secuBnK$/'
rltiea. ' .'
-Warrants were issued Saturday by'8<iulr?
^MrUUips for Kato Khrman and Annie Kelly,
IBS?"twoj notorious Kaat Side prostitutes, on the
charge of disturbing the peace. The women
are now confined in jail, having been ar
rratftd by Officer Morris and sent up by the wb
city authorities, and will be taken In bands um
by the 8tate as soon u tbey baTe senred out r
their sentences. % for
Th* elegant steamer Little Anna will Wi
make excursion trips to the circus to-morrow j
Irora Martin'sFerry, the round trip, includ* his
ing admission to the circus, being only 66 ,?c
cents. This is certainly unprecedentedly K0
cheap. ? j
Tua local reporter on the Wheeling Utah- We
ter who nude the important discovery that nv
' blackberries ar? as thick in the woods a*? Vi?
as?blackberries," ought to be laid away in ,
ice the balance of the season.?llinton He- ? *
jiublitan,
A requisition was granted to-day to the v,o
8heritrof Meigs county for William Bunch, ,
who Is wanted to answer for burglary. Bunch .J
> Is now in the West Virginia Penitentiary, v!
. and bis term is about out?CWuni&tu Cor. * '
i/iHriimuu r.nqii\rtr.
It woa reported laai evening that John . '
Rinehart, tlio young man who wasaccl*
dental!v shot a lew days nro at Sole's shoot* ..'
. Ing gallery, was in a critical condition. It
was not at llrst supposed that there was any <
danger to.be anticipated. 'nj
A part of the remaining walls of tho wire jVj
works building, adjoining the Ferguson it _
Watklns Hour mill rums on Main street,
south o! the creek, fell Saturday evening,
covering the sidewalk with debris, but for- "a
tunately hurting no one.
I Tux Municipal Court met Saturday morn* ^
ing. In tho ease of Helen J. Miller and others
vs. W. II. Miller, adm'r, and others, a decree
was entered conlirmimr the sale of real estate y
sold In this cause. Court then adjourned tk
" until this morning at 0:30.
The following transfer was placed on re1
cord at Clerk i look's ofilco Saturday: A
deed mado the 21st day of July. ,1882, by
Jonn McCruin and wife to F. J. Hearne, in of
consideration of $7,300, for the Knox proper- ?U
e ty, situated in Lcatherwood. to
J Ma. James Maxwki.i.'h horse ran o(T in tho
I, Eighth ward Saturday night and Mr. Max- lo
rt well was thrown out of the buggy and bus r
talned a badly sprained wrist. The vehicle
|| was smashed Into splinters, and the horse 8?'
broke his leg and had to bo shot. "j
\ Tiik Wheeling Turners are lamenting the
!| fact that thair instructor, Hilly Schambra, ^
|j cut his foot badly tho other day while bathic
ing, and will be unable to participate in the
Turn Feat at Pittsburgh In August. Lilly la Ei
one 01 mo Dcai gymnasts in me society.
Tiik"Yahoo" thhlng club, composed large- I
ly of Island young folks, which bus been 0?
encamped for two weeks near Kairview, .
Tuscarawas county, returned Lome Saturday
jolly, sunburned and saucy. Tbey had a 1*
glorious time and bated to come home. wi
| Jons* Smith, a lunatic, was on Saturday ti<
added to the prisoners under Jailor Davis ?
care. Wiu. Watson, sent un some time ago.
,r will be admitted to the Weston Hospital, y?
John llltchie, unotbei alleged lunatic com* ??b
- mitted some days ago, was discharged Satur- ev
day by 'Squire Arkie.
Friday night Engineer Qulmby, of the
P., W. A, Ky., was struck by u stone thrown lzl
by some boys, and Tom kenney, bis lire=
man, had a narrow escape from being struck, 11
I. the stone breaking the glass near his head. ca
- This stone-throwing should bo promptly ^
stopped, ai great complaint is being made. ^
The cigar,and tobacco store of Addison
Israel, 1511 Main street, was burglarized ^
about. 2 o'c'ock Saturday morning. The q
front door was tried with a jimmy, but not
succeeding in effecting an entrance, they /v
- tried tiie door on the South street side and tQ
had better luck, securing about $20 worth of Qr
cigars. pj
it Tub authorities of Wellsville incurred an i0
S expense of $.'500 in searching for the dead of pa
,b the Kcioto, while East Liverpool's expense an
will be much more, because tbey offered a or
reward of $25 for each body fouud. So far as th
tbo boilies recovered here are concerned, er;
t> however, the rewards were refused in every lae
instance. in
I, The like of the corn in lirooke county was on
hardly ever seen before. One well known &
* agriculturist on the Wellsburg and Bethany ou
turnpike has 40 acres of coru standing about be
' U feet high and giving every indication of fr<
100 bushels to the acre. It's enough to glad- Bp
den the heart of any one to note the llnecrops bi
of hay, wheat, corn, etc. tb
W vi t cntttm "lino Konn v-a-,. ?J ??. Cil
i, week owing to tho fuct thai within her borders
were many people from surrounding J
cities who were summering. One guy party
? ot jolly boys and handsome girls, from Pitta- rj
burgh, have been at the Hudson House and ij'
every day have gone into the woodson pleas- rr
ure trips, taking lunches along witb them. [P
' A dispatch announcing the death of Mrs. pa
Elizabeth Hersey, at theresidence of her son, jq.
Dr. Samuel S. Hersey, of St. Louis, Mo., was
r received in this city yesterday afternoon, j
Y The deceased, widow of tho late Copt. Hersey,
i, of the La Hello Iron Works, left tnis city in
N 1S(j7, and has since then resided in tiie West.
A cancer upon tho breast which bailled the ln
i- skill of many eminent physicians was the th
i* cause of her death. The remains will be ne
y brought to Wheeling for interment.
Our distinguished friend and fellow-citizen p'
"Uncle" John Boring, last night joined the rij
ranks of the benedicts again, the ceremony '
,, being performed at his home in East Wheel- "
ing, by Lev. Mr. Mulfjrd, of tho First Baptist
Church, and the bride being Miss JosepheheZcllere.
who baa for some time presided
over Mr. Boring's home in the capacity of p
housekeeper. Uncle John's thousands of
friends will join us in tho sincerc wish that
he may yetseo many years of wedded bliss. ^
In tlieincomingof Forepaugh's Great Show, .
to-morrow, lovers of the glorious in history <
e and romance will be ntlorded a rich feast. r?i
One of these is a spectacular parade reprey
sentlng the departure ot Lalla itookh from '
Delhi, as narrated by Tom Moore in his in- jj,
r timitable poem. The other is the superb pa- j
geant of the journey of Cleopatra, Queen of jn.
Egypt, to meet the illustrious Mark Antony. '
r In both of these pageants the costuming is -pii
dazzliugly rich ana classically correct, while j
e the vast elephantine cavalcade, the lengthy
array of glittering chariots and the brilliant j
t cavalcades carry one back in imagination to ]
the resounding ages of an immorUil past. Le
Tire Wheeling Electric Light Company, t
using the Fuller patent, are nearly ready for (
active operations, and Messrs. A. J. Sweeney Re
and W. P. Hix, representing the new com- j
pany, will, commencing to-day, call upon (
our business men and solicit patronage, an
1 The capacity at present is only twenty Di,
f lights, and it is expected that that number (
of subscribers will be secured in the imme- tin
I- diate vicinity of the Twelfth street machiue ga
a shop of A.J. Sweeney <fc Son, where the motive
power is stationed. The rate charged
B for each light will be 75 ceuts per night, in
I eluding the putting in of the lixtures and Qr
all the attention required to keep them in m(
first-class order. Each light is "equal to 2,000 wj
"T candles, and clothing merchants and dry \n,
goods dealers will be especially benefited,
from the fact that goods can be selected by wt
l tlli? llpllt th? MITttM rtnrlnw ?li? Hmv
?? o ?? ?V? UU
e trj
PF.ll.NONAl< roI.VIN, lai
~ Iltmi of Intelligence of Interest (o In- ?ri
dlTldunlN. J"
Bims Powell, of Baltimore, is again In the
? city. .. tb,
, Miss Mamie Perkins, of Louisville, Ky., is tin
,1 visiting Miss Nannie DuUois. or,
Messrs. Jim ami Frunk Oglebay are back l'11
P from Kansas City on a brief visit. Pr
'Squire Caldwell's family left Saturday for ,j!'
s a week's recreation in tho country. tel
Messrs. Geo. llaird, Jr., and Dan. List in
? spent Saturday and Sunday at Deer Park. ab
i* W. D. Cashing and Andrew Wilson, jr., tin
tl are making a tour of the Northern cities. I""1
Will McMechen arrived in the city from P?
| "The White," tne littler part of last week.. ^
\ Mrs. Andy Patterson hasbeen rather ill for fu|
, the past two weeks, but is now convalesing. W8
Miss lieu Holiday, who has been visiting in aui
1 this vicinity, has returned to her home in thi
; 8teubenville. i
e Mrs. William Hamilton, of the Island, ia No
spending tin summer on tho Moundsville tr>
j tamp ground* jus
e Mr. Al. Franzheiiu baa been spending tlie 113
i nast week among tho fair daughters of Wells- acc
, burg and Brooke county.
Mrs. Mary Johnson and her grand*daugh- *]
f ter Miss Lottie, are spending a few weeks p0,
- with friends at Bethany. 0JJ
; Mr. Dick Campbell and his sister, Mits am
9 Jessie, are visiting at Col. Alex. Campbell's un?
hospitable Dethany mansion. the
} Mr. Andy Hamilton and family, of the CUI
Seventh ward, left Saturday to spend a week we
j with friends in West Liberty. or
Mr. Stanton Howard, the architect, re- ^hna,
turned Jriday from a four weeks' visit to
| Boston, Newport and Cape May. jjj8
' v>Hr'Smrk\ Cocn .f?d 800 Leo and Miss ing
r Ella Dillon leuve this week for CitnnHd
where they will spend thosummer. me
i Capt. Andrew Wilson has been spending* nci
t few weeks with Robert Curtis, at Mounds- Bei
k ville, aud is greatly improved in health. Det
Capt. Ous Ilolf returned home Saturday ^al1
. morning from an eight weeks' .stay at the Hot ?,n
8prings, Ark., much improved in health. ?
i Mr. John 8alade, of Chicago, who has been Soi
visiting his father's family and many old cell
friends in Wheeling for some days, returned the
home yesterday, accompanied by Seward onl
Ward, of the I.xmuoascKR composing room, last
ogoei to Intestlgita life In a large city
ier John's guidance.
Japtain Klrker, of the St. Jamca clerical
<*, returned yesterday from bit old home,
fllaburg, where be bu been rusticating,
'rof. Luederi talks some of going back to *
old home In Madison, Wla. wheeling t
mid see to It that the profeasor does not i
Jr. W. E. Trull, of Xew York, formerly a !
11 known bualneM man of this city, ar*
iur. rranzuouu, 01 ?ueeung, is nere io- ,
y with his aide hill pacer. Mollio McGuire. ,
rh. Jean Heed nnd Miss Kllu Friend aro the
eats of Mrs. W. B. I/Owe, of the lni|*rial.
SltuUnvillt Herald.
Anthony 8. Wickham leaves to-day for
dladelplda, where he has accepted a posi*
in in a leading drug nlore. Mr. Wicknaui
a been for years connected with Logan's
ughou8e jn this city.
Francis Duiko and *Wm. McConncre have 1
ranged to tight with loft gloves on the 4th
August, within twenty miles of Wheel*
g, for a purse of fcttX). The men nresaid
be equally matched.
From Friday's New York Teltgmm the folding
society gossip is clipped: At a recent
rden party at Saratoga. Mrs. Frank Hearne,
Southern belle, from Wheeling, West Virnia,
was beautifully dressed in a short
atumeof white Simulsh lace over tea rose
k, diamond ornaments and chip hat with
uk plumes.
?:xi:cttiyi: clkhency
wrclwit lu the !'?*? uf "iMinch" Long,
Who in l*ni doited.
Saturday afternoon the rumor was heard
i the streets that Gov. Jackson hud par*
ined "I'unch" I<ong, who was sent to the
nitcntlary in April, 1S78, after along trial,
:iich made him quite notorious in this sec*
)n of the country. "Willi a view to uscer*
Intng why only four years of the eight
ar sentence had been served, an I.vmu*
sckr reporter called on Gov. Jackson last
ening and obtained the following:
It will be remembered that Long was in*
cted for being engaged in the burglar*
nn of the residence of Alex. Rogers, Ksq.,
i Eoirstreet, and confessed to being guilty,
le principals in this robbery were never
ptured. On his confession he w as. con
try to expectations, sentenced to eight
are'confinement, which was a great blow
bini, as he bad expected^a light sentence. ,
>ng was a Pennsylvaufan, nailing from
ilegheny, and soon after his incarceration
jvernor Alathews was petitioned by four
strict attorneys of that State, a member of !
ingress, and some other Keystone notables,
commute Long's seutence to lour years,
one-half the time, on these grounds: ,
rat, that be was naturally a good felft-,
and lmd been led astray by evil com- (
nions; second, that be was not a principal,
d third, that he bad plead guilty. An
der commuting the sentence was made on !
e Elective order books, but was afterwards
ased, as Gov. Mathews did not think our
iv could he so construed as to allow comutation,
and further decided that be could
ily be released by the pardoning power.
>fore he bad lime to exercise that, be went ,
tofotllce. Since Gov. Jackson's advent,
: has received letters from Pennsylvanians. ,
juj Geo. It Tingle, from Sberill Hrown, all
eaking highly of Long, aud recommending (
m to mercy; also, petitions from the jury
at tried his case, and from prominent |
:izens and members of the bar, a3king a
rdon for Long.
Since May 2,1881, Long has been unable to
any work owing to a broken down const!tiou,
and Superintendent West aud Dr.
uce certify that his health is ruined,
iking into consideration with other matters
e fact that the poor fellow has not long to
e, the Governor decided to exercise the
rdoning power, and "Punch" will be out
day.
liniilgainuteU ANftodnllou Delegate*.
Below are the delegates from the lodges of
e A. A. I. S. W. of this (the sccond) disct,
to the seventh annual convention of
e Association, which meets at Chicago on
xt Tuesdav iuornine. nt 10 n'clnrtr. Th?
jslons will be held in the club rooms at the
ilmer House.
3eigl IiOilge No. 1?J. 13. Bickerton and
illiam Webb.
Columbia No. 2?A. B. Doane.
Virginia No. 3?Daniel Cline.
Belmont No. 4 -Micbael Grogan.
Buckeye No. 21, Steubenville, 0.?George
'X. 1
Wheeling No. 5?1). Ingram.
Sail City No. 7?Capt. \V. N Linch and T.
ramie.
Crescent No. 8-John W. Lewis. '
Thompson No. 9, iloundsville?H. W.
ompson.
lames iloberts No. 10?C. B.Crimble.
Jefferson No. 5, Htcubcnville, 0.,?William ,
irnble.
Lawrence No. 7, Arlington, 0.?J. B. Hast- ,
gsand D. Williams.
Advance No. 20?George Hamilton and ,
lomas Robins.
Uellaire City No. 35?Lewis Hays. I
Hersey No. Col. A. C. Mills.
Carrol No. 23?T. F. Jlaloney. I
L'ioneer No. 10, Columbus, Ohio,?T. E. (
3hio Valley No. 1H?Lewis Smith.
Central No. 3, Clifton, W. Va.?Joseph
tie.
Mutual No. 3?Edwin Quinn. '
C. D.'lhompson, National Lodge Trustee, (
u mmiiu ikuuKi-rd, vice-ires! ueni anu
strict Representative.
^uite u lurgu party of friends went witli
s delegates yesterday. The Wheeling deletion
will hold forth at the Briggs House.
Cninp Sleeting Cloned.
rhe A. M. K. camp meeting at Walnut
ove closed last nigbl without much cere>ny,
and the hundreds of Wheeling people
10 went over with the expectation of seei?
the usual weird and impressive scene at
lvo-taking were disappointed. The grove
a crowded all day yesterday, probably
If of the crowd being white people, aticted
by curiosity. Of this latter class, the
ger portion were from Wheeling. The
ier bus all along been good, though there
s been little fervency shown by the worippers.
rho meeting is in charge of Rev. "Wilkes, of
o A. M. 15. church of N'orwalk, Ohio, and
e sermons yesterday were by Rev. Wheelof
this city, and Rev. Jesse llargrave, of
b Lexington M. k Conference, the latter
eaching in the forenoon and evening and
e former at J r. During ,
e services there were several hundred at- ,
itive listeners in tliRBPUtwl sn?r>?> nn?l n?
ist twice ns many promenading In couplca ]
out the grove or cliulting in groupsaround ,
b outskirts of tho assembly. The small *
oporilon of colored people present could !
t escape comment. A board- J
; tent and several* refreshment 1
inds were on the ground, and all In
II blast last night. Ten cents admission j
a charged at the jjate. The few hymns J
ug waa another disappointing feature of !
?meeting.
Juring tho progress of the meeting the Lit- *
Anna has enjoyed a boom, nearly every j
p being crowded. And Capt. Seamon Is J
itly proud of the success he has had in |
ndling the large crowds without a single
lident. c
Wantu or the C'onnly Jnll. '
The County Commissioners' Committee on
or House and Jail, which meets to-day.
es It to tho public to visit the county jail
1 ascertain if there axe not Improvements (
1 alterations demanded in the interest of g
i public, and conducive to the greater se- J
rity of prisoners. One convenience which J
have often suggested tho desirability of, i
mthnr nno niuil mliMj ? ?
n??u ,..ca?llg UOVUIU we V
re often called attention to, is a telephone J
the building. The trifling cost of such an C
truraent would bo more than compensated *
many an individual case, to say noth- ^
; of the general convenience it would v
Another very desirable improve- L
nt which was emphasized by the ?
irly successful attempt to escape by the j
?1 brothers Friday is bars to the windows L
ir the staiis in both stories of the jail.
I. " These windows and especially the one
the second iloor, or first story of the jail,
rays olTer strong te mutations to cscape to f
sopors being transferred from one corri- ~
to the other, or taken to or from their A
Is to the office for trial. They have been
means of escape for soveral prisoners,and
y missed being so for the two Beal boys 1
I week by a lucky accident
L' ; ?Z
e<l In town Saturday morning on nsbort 1
it to friends. i
klr. C. II. Boyd and Charles C. Isaacs.who t
re been visiting Mr. Steve Bice, on Four* ,
nth street, leave this evening for their .
rues in Baltimore.
itev. 0. 0. Pearson, of the Island Episcopal I
urch, Is spending a few weeks at Mount ;
to. Key. Buchanan, of Motindjville, oo |
pied his pulpit yesterday.
Miss Carey, a very attractive Richmoud ,
ly, who has been visiting for some time at
u residence of Prof. W. K. Pendleton, at '
thany, left for home Saturday. l
Miss Millie Smith, one of the moat charm* ]
j of Cincinnati's fnir one*,on Saturday ter* ,
mated a pleasant visit with Mi&s Jennie
ill and lclt for home on the steamer St. ,
wrence.
MOCJP1TILLECAMP GBOD2IM.
Lift at thf "Xcnr nt Hone*' Bnniutr
Bmrt.
Mockwtiiii Cxnr QtovxM July SO.?The
ast week hu been rery pleasant to'the
nany inhabltanta of tbii Camp Ground,
["be pleasant weather, together with the nat- i
iral beauties of tho grove, make Ufa Indeed
rery enjoyable here. Moreover every day
ices some additional Improvement. The
esldents are under many obligations to
Jie tbougbtfnl managers for their untiring
sflorta to Improve the grounds and Increase
heir pleasures. Comfortable Bests have been
placed on the "point," and that beautiful
place has now become tbo resort, the loung*
ng place (or everybody and tlieir friends,
rtie view from tbla place is alio really beau*
iful. in tbo distance tbo towering bills of
jur sister State, wbile between, abroad expanse
of golden tlelds and greeu meadows
ttretch out as far as tbo eye can see, wltb
here and there a glimpse of tbo river silently
llowing to tbe sea. A picture a long distance
might be traveled for, but being so near
homo its beauty is dimmed. Toociieap!
Tbe "Point is occupied at all hours of tbo
Jay, but in thoeveulngs ft is crowded with
tbe sojourners here, and tbey make tbe old
woods ring with their laughter. A cool
breeze from the river Is always to be found
here, likewise tbo festive mosquito.
The many nromenodes have been much
Improved, and tbe demand upon them this
week has been great, owing, perhaps, less to
their own beauty than to the beauty of the
moon, which has lately showered hor splendors
graciously upon us. Thenrove is now well
lighted in the evening with gasoline lamps,
quite an improvement, so the old folks say,
but wo notice soiuo of tbo young folks are
very shy of tbeui, afraid perhaps tbat tbe
lamp* may explode. Much light is not provocative
however of quiet flirtations. The
spring and its approaches have also been
much Improved, and tbe water is now not
only clear, cold and abundant, but easy of
access; but, oh for Water works! how we
need them, all the sweetness of the best of
water being lost in carrying it a distance.
Arrangements have also been perfected for
keeping the grounds iu a good sanitary con*
iiiti/... 'pt.i. i. ?- i? ?
uitiwii. iuio ia wiiiciuiiiK iu uc vareiuuy
looked after, as with the many pfoplo upon
Ihe grounds, some of tlietu Hie likely to become
cureless, but Col. Hastings is iu chargc
of it, and be means business.
Messrs. 1). It Urooks, Wm. K. Klson and
George Miller have just completed large and
commodious stables for their fiery steeds on
the lower portion of the grounds. Others
will soon do likewise, as all the old stables
must go, and great numbers of the residents
here have private conveyances. There are
mauy delightful drives here, the one most
used being from the grove to the "Narrows."
nt least three miles of good level road and
Iine6ccnery. The drive along the shores of
Fishing creek has also many admirers. The
scenery along this road is simply grand, but
the road is not good for fast driving. Fishing
creek also furnishes material for numberless
fishing parties, being near and
ubounding iu fish, but fisherman's luck is
proverbial.
Blackberries are considered quite an institution
here, furnishing a nice dish for the
table and much Bport for the voting people,
the numerous "patches" near ttie grove being
frequently visited by gay crowds, and their
well-tilled pails testify on their return that
they go not for sport alone.
Aiuonc the nmnv eames indulged in. rm.
rjuet seems to be tlie*favorite with tbe ladies,
but tbe gentlemen prefer quoits. H. I'. McGregor
and Col. Win? Travis are tbo chain*
[lion quoit players, but tbe champion
croquet player has not yet been determined.
The gentlemen also prefer hammocks to
swings, less work it is supposed, but also less
swing.
The boardinc tent is now open and will
furnish accommodations to its patrons for the
rest of the season at the rate of $5 per week,
single meals 25 cents, dinner 40 cents. Well
furnished rooms can also be hod for $8 the
season, at least live weeks. Aunt Minty Hoi*
linger is at its head, and that issuflicient recommendation
in itself to all Wheeling people.
It bas been fitted up nicely and deserve.*
a large patronage.
lleligious services were held uoon the
grounds to day, and were well attended.
Sunday school at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by
Mr. Geo. Simpson, and at 7:30 o'clock a very
fine and instructive sermon was preached by
lie v. I>aw, of Muundsville. Everybody was
much pleased with tbe sermon and we hope
he will favor us soon again.
Many visitors are upon the grounds to-day,
and all seem to appreciate tueirday in the
woods. Among the number are Mr. John
Bodley and wife and Torn 8tone and wife.
Miss Ella Dillon, Lottie Jcirers, Jennie
Hull and Ella Itobin.son ure visiting friends
here, and intend remaining quite a while
They will be quite an addition to our already
great number of attractive young ladies.
The number of residents here is surprising
and far surpasses the hopes of the managers.
It certainly speaks well for the future
of this "nearest home summer resort."
"Everybody here knows everybody here," is
a common remark, and this is as it should
be, as it increases the pleasures of all very
much. Taking all in all we are not very
fashionable, but if you desire to have a good
time and forget all your cares, anxieties and
daily worrits, come down.
NOTES.
People of all denominations have cottages
on the grounds.
We never knew the time whem the order
was so good on the grounds..
Over forty families are located here and
every day increases the number.
Superintendent Conner kindly furnished
tho organ for tbe use of tbe committee.
Rev. Dornblazer, of the English Lutheran
Mission, will preach Tuesday evening on the
grounds.
Mrs. John Bodley, son and daughter, leave
:o-day for a short visit to Chester Heights and
Dcean Grove.
llnllvtl Lnbor Pnrly Ex. Coin.
At the county convention of tbe newly
iruanized United taibor nartv- li?*ld ?? tl???
^ity Building a week ago Saturday night,
Councilman Porter Smith, chairman of the
sonvention, was authorized to appoint an
ixecutive committee, composed of three :
members from each of the seven districts
represented. Mr. Smith reports the appointment
of the following named gentlemen as '
members of such committee: i
Washington District?8. C. Wills, George <
L Muhn, B. F. Dunlap.
Madison?Joseph A. Gibson, C. M. Rath- i
iron, C. H. JlcGee. j
Clay?C. B. McAllister, David Lawson, i
lohn C. Roach.
Union?J. J. Plant, Patrick Donovan, Her- ,
nan Hess.
Centre?Thomas J. Shanley, Charles Z. 1
vicvib, Theodore Wagner.
Webster?Valentine Frank, Charles Ste- .
ens, Patrick Galligan.
Ritchie?T. V. Salisburj*, Jobn Bickerton,
Charles Fisher.
Delegates for the country districts will be
ippointid at the next meeting, which will be '
jeld at United Labor hall.
... t
U IlieKngliMh Lutheran Sunday School. 1
Frieuds of tho Knglisli Lutberau Sunday '
School were agreeably surprised and beneUed
by their attendance vesterdny. 'As is al- ]
vays the case, this school introduced some- <
hing new, and made a step forward. In- ,
itead of tho usual lesson,' addresses were
uade by friends, and to bring plainly before
he school the history and.points of the I
uonth'a lessons, essays wore prepared upon \
be subject of each Sunday's leason, giving a 5
jeneral outline of the 8cripture lessons, the i
dea taught, the Bible and geographical his- (
ory, Ac. These were received and listened
o by the school with much interest The
ways were written by Misses AnnSchoon>ver,
Annie Kuapp and Kmraa Budke.
Jreat praise is due these ladies for their excelent
work. The pastor filled up the remainng
time with an elegant address, while Mr.
Uex Bono and Mr. Bebout. with brief ad- /
Iresses on the work in general, closed a joyful ,
iftcrnoon.. m ,
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ST. JAMES HOTEL.
\ A UlMs. Pittsburgh A \V Oswald & w. W V*
Oxward, Pittsburgh J B Dukehirt, Baltimore
C Fnislcr, Springtleld.O A V Minahar, 8priDgfleld
' South, \ISayneaburs P Row.JeneyCitv
IcoMati. Sraithfield W S Mitchell. Columbua
Ian Card. Jonesvllle J M Workman, B & 0 R & ;
V A Carta. Wheeling L W Inglebrignt, M Ferry
C Gray, Martin's Fern* M Baer, City ' I
1 Siedenbach.city W J Wert*, city I
IL Miller, PUUburgh A B Cole, New York ?
araes Pi fee. Pittsburgh F C Emperor, Pittsburgh r
' K Baird, Cleveland FII Burt, SiannlnRton t
V FSmiley.Mannington G Fmubich, Cumberland r
l Bliw, city W G Walter, Fituburgh >,
18 Wynn, Pt Pleasant A 3 Ellii, Jamestown c
P Gibson, Jackfon \Y P Denny, Canoiuburg
8 I-aue. Bellairo T Allen, Baltimore
> L Block, Philadelphia J P Francis, Newark "j
Physicians say it combines all the deshl- ?
tuta of every ferruginous tonic proscribed K
y every school of medicino. Brown's Iron *
litters.
" BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures dyspep- J
lia, indigestion and heartburn. . P
Efold by Logan & Co. , , : - f
POBTUVO NOTE V,
' ' T\ ' 'frj
Ikwcball. BmIIbKi Mid Other Pop a I nr
DlTtnloni.
The Briceland-Weisgtrbtr race stUI hangj
fir?.
The Washington Bas? Ball Club, on Frl*
day, distanced the Claysville club, on the
Trinity Hall grounds.
The Standard club'a uniforms will arrive
tbli week from Chicago. They are white
trimmed In greeu,and will make a very pretty
costume.
Al. Martin and 8am Anthony rowed a
race Saturday afternoon, in common, rough
akiffa, from the point of the Island to the
Suanenalon bridito. for ?10 & ship. Anthnnv
won by about three lengths. Quito a crowd
witnessed the race from the bridge. No of*
ficiul time wm taken.
At the recent roorgtnStation of the Stand*
arils it was proposed to name it the "Wheel*
ing llase Ball Club," instead of the Stand*
aril, but the members liiially decided to have
the bonellt of tho old Standard nine's reputation
ns hard hitters and throwers, by reviving
the name with the club.
A came of base ball was played Saturday
on the old Fair Grounds between the Klver*
sides, of South Wheeling, and Slurs, of the
Island, which resulted in favor of tho latter
by a score of 29 to 9. Tho Stars aro a good
club, and propone to challongo the Standards.
They have won seven games this season and
lost none.
Several gentlemen of Saratoga, admirers of
sinitlo rculling, proposo to otter a purse of
$1,000 for a single-scull race, either three
miles straightaway or the same distance with
a turn, to be rowed on Saratoga Lake within
the next month, for which Klliott, Lee,
IUley, Courtney and others will be asked to
compete. Some of our Wheeling scullers
should enter.
Tho Standard Base Hall Club has made
arrangements with the Exi>osition ami State
Fair Association by which they secure tho uso
of tho State Fair Grounds both for exhibitions
and practice guuies. The diamond will be
laid! out to-day, and tho flrat match game
will bo played with the Kast Liverpool club
which was here recently, on uext Thursday
and Friday afternoons. A series of games
with home clubs will be elven in th?
next two weeks, and then tho tTtandards will
probubly take a abort trip, playing guinea at
otlier points.
There ia every probability of another prize
light being arranged between Itryan Canij>bell
of Leadvllle, and Tom Walling, of Cool
Creek, Col. It will be remombered that these
pugilist* recently fought in Monongulia
county, this State, and Campbell was the
victor. Since that time Walling has returned
to Colorado, and there has been much
talk among his backers, who arenotsatislled
that. Campbell can whip Walling. Thev
claim that if Walling had not broken his
linger and hand he would have won the fight.
Therefore they have authorized their man to
challenge Campbell to another match. Walling
has therefore forwarded $25 to llichard
K. Fox, with a challenge to fight at catchweighta
for $500 a side, the Unlit to take placc
withiu lifty miles of Canon City, Col.
TO l'UbHAI"N GROVE.
The Excnrnlon of I lie W. O. II.. II. Amoclntlon
lo CrfNHp'a Grove.
Yesterday morning about 8:30 o'clock the
elegant side wheel steamer Diurnal left the
levee with about 275 excursionists on board
bound for Creep's Grove. The excursion
was one gotten up by the Wheeling Opera
House Band Association's active members,
for the entertainment of the passive members,
and was a very select, quiet and orderly
affair. No one was allowed on board but
those to whom invitations had been issued?
they were wanted and others were not.
The excursion was composed of our very
best German society, and the day was one
thoroughly enjoyed aud long to be pleasautly
remembered. The committee had arranged
everything to a nicety, and it was what they
announced it?a ''Social Recreation Musicale."
It was 11:30 when the pleasant grove
was reached, when all dUcitibarked, and the
appetizing contents'of the ample lunch baskets
were spread under the grand old trees,
and undivided attention paid them. After
dinner the orchestra rendered the following
choice programme:
Soloists? Moots. Brandfass, iGrlmm, Roller and
Krrer.
Overture?Klottc Rurahclm Suppc
Selection?Musical MelaiiKe -Bottger
Waltz?"Wo die Citroucn blucheu .. Strauss
Cornet Solo Mr. Roller
Overture?ltomanltque Keler Bela
Der Tag dts llerren-Quartette Kreuie*
Auf der Waclit ....Bottcher
Le Revelldu Lion - Kuntaky
During this itime the fathers and mothers
chatted, the children romped and the younc
folks amused themselves variously. At 5:30
the homeward bound trip was commenced,
and under the glorious light
of the full moon the steamer reached the
wharf at 0 o'clock with a crowd of people
well pleased with the day. Both going and
returning the band played some very choice
selections. The officers of the boat did their
best to please and well deserved, the following
whicn was unanimously adopted.
O.n Boauo Steameh Diurnal, *)
Ojiio River, orr Mocndsvillb, \
Soday July 30, 1882. J
Resolved. That thn tlmnlf* nt *l.n
House Orchestra and Brass Band Association
are hereby tendered to Capt Asa Booth, his
able clerk and crew of the steamer Diurnal,
for their earnest efforts in promoting the
welfare of the passengers under their charge,
on an excursion to Cresap's Grove.
A. Rrymann, ]
WM. Vaa?? ]
L. Feiklkr J- Committee.
A. Kryer, 1
C. Brandkabs. J
NKiaUltORIMIOD NEWS.
iiella1he. |
Mr. and Mrs H. C. Welday, "of St. Claireville,
were visiting friends here Saturday.
Mrs. Sheets and her dauchter Jnnie are
back after a visit of several weeks to her sinter,
Mrs. Bonar. t
Both of the Presbyterian pastors preached
their last sermon Saturday' till after some
weeks of vacation.
Mr. Davis, of Pennsylvania, is visiting his
[laughter, Mrs. Rev. A. It. Chapman, at the
Methodist parsonage.
Ed Bowie hasleft af*ain on a; business trip
iui vuc ibiuu uuuKj uuusu. no lias made
the Best of his IlolUday.
Miss Belle Beazle. for'soiuo years one of tbe
teachers in our public schools, has not made
application for re-appointment, on account
q( her health.
The scaffolds were torn away from about
the tower on the Fourth Ward School house
Saturday evening, and now the face of the
town clock is bright as a new dollar.
Bellaire*8 interest in general and some of
the most pressing nature just at present in
particular, will bo considered again Monday
evening by those who will meet the committee
appointed two weeks ago by the Citizens'
aioeting.
NEW CUMHKRLANP.
Saturday night the Stephenson Sextette
31ub gave a concert in Town Ilall, and
:here was a large audience. They came hero
prell recommended, and thoir performance
;he night before at Fairview was also pronounced
excellent*' The club is composed
)f six brothers.
"i did have rheumatism," said Mr.llobert
b'lechtor, of the Chicago Iruh TVi&une.and was
uro.l ??v a? Tun?l.?ntl r ..
MV. ."wun v^u. X I 111 UK. lb a wonlerful,
never failing remedy."
For Kent,
tn Bridgeport, a first-class business room,
vith new counter and shelving, next *)
Simmer's drug store. This is the best stand
n town. Inquire of Summer's, Bridgeport,
)hio.
"WINE OF CARDUl" cures irregular,
painful, or diUicult menntriintion.
Sold by Logan & Co.
KcilncHon In Piano*.
Present stock of pianos, 8telnway, Knabe,
Jhickerlng, Hallet & Davis, Emerson, Harduan,
Guild, Ac., at the very lowest prices,
ind great reduction for cost. Call early and
ecure great bargains.
Lucas' Music Store,
1142 Main street.
"WINE OF CARDUl" makes rwy
cheeks and clcar complexions.
Bold bv Logan A Co.'
IMAAA R F W 4 R n
ii m bb mm Mpor nny uuc of
!! Meeting. Itchlne,
lice rated or Protruding li es thut IKiRIiir'h ille
temedy fall* to cure. ?>rep?irvd by J. 1'. Miller, M.
>.,915 Aruh St., Mill*., l'a. None g?mulu?iwlthout
Is nignatutc. Sola liy dniRslAi*. fl. Sena for dr* ,
uliur. LOGAN it CO., Agcuta. Wheeling, W. Va.
uavMwritr
Regular Tuesday packet for
Parkcrsburg, I'omcroy, Galllpolli, 5,
ronton, Huntington, I'orUmouth.MavvJJHtfoiJ
Ule, Cincinnati and Ix>\?lsvlllc, tnc cle "TrafViiBa
iniitaMcngcr steamer
EW ANDES...? .?.CHA*. MUHUOUN, Master.
. .MairrK. Noll, Clerk.
MTCt TUESDAY. ADOLNT I.at Sr.*., pmUtalr.
lu?neen and freight receipted through to all .
oioUWeat and Sooth. For freight or parage, ap*
Ijr on board or to C. 11. BOOTH & BON,
JySl Afcnu.
HMAKCm AKP COMMmCIJUITcw
York Moncj iinil WlocU*. Hi
OoTuunmw-Wttf lowr.
U. a. 6t, eiund?d-.101? Lehlfh A WUket^.lM 1
U.8. Suttod^lOlS St. P.48.,0. OrttJi?110 ap
U. 8. ?HI, ooapotu-lUH U. P. bond!, flnu-?.llB< \
U. a a, coapoaw-?120>t U. P. Una GnuiU,..ll?H
Ptdllo ? of 'KL......130 U. P. linking Iund-.1W coi
CantnU PwiAcflt*t016X Toxm Pws laud rt?.? 71 ,
Krlo icconiU W dalUoOrtndtdlT?. HI OOltrtd.
ur
IU1UUIAII OVPLKT? IfirHUUII.
Btat* Sicuamo-Dull, with few ipwlalaiwp* cal
tloni.
LouUlana contolf.... M Virginia Ga ........ J31 nn
Mlaaouri tui-... ,...m VirululA conioli, ex* '.
Bt. Joseph UOH tm mat. coupoui*. 59
Tenumce U 60% Virginia dcferred.....UJ (
Tennessee 0?, uow-? ufl'erwl. n<
8TOCM-The Block marketha* been mainly bear* }i|
l?h. There w*?a fractional recovery In the general ,
llit Juit at the clow, with a tinner feeling " com*
pared with yeittrday'* 0n?l aalej. Valuta arc geu? ba
orally J6?il percent, lower, while St. Joe preferred 8ui
la'J per cent, mid LouUvllle mid Niohvllle Jiper ,
cent, higher. The bm* made itroiiR eflbria to din*
turb the market. It w*? freely reported that yellow na
fever waa raging ut tevcral |>oluU In the Boutu, but lei
before the cloao of bu?lnew this was denied. The ,
most extraviguit report* about flrv at Omaha alto
circulated. pa
Transaction*, 285,000 iharcs. J0,
Adami Exprt*. J38 Naah. AChatt ...... r,ij; .
American Expnaa... W New Jer?Kr Cent 81)2
Canada Southern...- G3ft Northern mlflc ?ri
C. C. ii I. lir?% do. preferred 8V?{ Bi
Central Pacific- 9.*>}? Northwestern J37
Cheaapeake 4 Ohio-2f) do.preferred IN) ?.
do. lit preferred-... 87 Now York Ceutr*l...iai% * >
da 'id preferred... 'JO Ohio Central......?...118k an
P tl. ft* t K9 QhlnA Mini Stol" r
DeoTer A B. G 63H do. preferred-. .10$ .
Erie 41^ jPaclflc Mall .46$ ,
do. preferred H\ & Si V? ISA lu
Port Wayne .-130 Reading 61K bo
Ilan. A St. Jowph-.. W 61.1* AH. F 43>J co
do. preferred 93k do. preferred Gl
Km/Mi 1'ncitic, 4iji at. Paul jai
Lake Krlo A W ... 41 do. preferred 13.1WJ un
LakeHhore HW rexas Pacific..........^ 53J? w,
Louisville A Nash.... 76;a Uulon l'aclflc..M?...Jlii ?/
L N. A. A C 70 United StateaEx 71 ?l
M.AC. l?t prefil 110 W..SLL.A1* S7VK tei
do. 2*1 prerd? 109 do. preferred - fJi i
Mem. AChu 67 Weill, Fargo Ex J28
Michigan Central,... 09}$ Western Onion.,,...... 69 ft.
Mo. Pacific - 10&K coffered. ?
Naw Yoik, July 29.?Flour weak; receipt* ?, H
OCX) barrels; exports ft,000 barrel*; vu|?cr(ln?s State of
and western f J 40s4 60: common lo good extm
$160aA26; good to choice 85 30*8 60; extra Ohio!I CO
H7 60; St. Loula $160s8 60; Minnesota pattfnt process ?n
57 OOu'J 00. Wheat, cash lots2a2J<elower,options
i#2><c lower: receipt* 2.19,000 bushel*; export*381,- afl
000 bushels; No. 2 spring 81 11: ungrailea red 93ea j.,
II13; steamer $1 lOMnl llKcertificates: II I'M! 1?J4 _ ,
delivered; No. 1 red 8113; mixed winter SI 10; steamer
do II 08; ungraded white II 06al 15; No. 2 red '
July, sales 610,too bushel*, at 91 lOJial Inclosing 8b
Kt 8112; August, sales M4.W0 bushels at filial 12^, ...
closing at St 12: September. Miles 1,008,000 bushels, st
8112Jtf al 14?i,clwtlng at 8114*4: Noveiulter,sales328,000
bushels, at SI 1'>S^116,S. closing at 81 16%. Com lm
a shade stronger and hlgaer; options opened ka ch
l^o lower, afterwards recoved from the decline,clou rv
ing llrm; receipts 936 bushels; exports 520; un- )n,
Kraueu fHtnwr, *?o. oikiuvh; 111 store: elevator 8fia
n?%c delivered: No. 2 July tci^iiWKc, cloning nt
Mc: AugUnt KU&lc, closing at Wc; September, do pii
cloaltiK nt fM%c; October K&aSiJic, closing at 81%: gu
November M%a8lc, closing at 8u%c. Oaui, excited f0,
and 4aCe higher: rccclpu ;t5,C00 bushels; cx|>orU .
none: western mixed ttc; white western 70a?5c. "il
Hay fair anil Ann at C5a70c. Hops tlrui at 44a 18c; t0
New York Suite 42a43c, Coflce less active. Sugar Tl:
Ann and unchanged. Molamc* unchanged, l'etro- g(,
leumunlet but llrm: United 60%c; cruuo C&affJic; nn
rcllucd Wc. Tullow steady at8%aS%e. Koslu $1 'JO
a'2 00. Turpentine dull at 45o. i-^gasteady at 22a llc
?lx/f. ?
chicaoo. July 29.?Flour dull.' Wheat active
but weak; regular 9*%a9H%c July:y'?a9C%o August;
96%a9G% c September; 97c October, 9u%c year. No. ~~
2 ml wlnter'-W>iKW% cash; July; No. 2
Chicago spring 81 :?al M c?li; 51 :i3al at July;
97c August. Corn lower at 77a77%c cash; 77%c July,
75%a75%c August; 74%a74%c September. 73%c Octobor;kCo%c
venr; rejected 72c. Oat* higher, and
options steady nt Me cash; 59c July: 38}fic august;
8.'>cSepteinberuiidOctol>cr; :*4}{,a3l%c year. Hye
unchanft'd. Hurley unchanged. Flaxseed easier
at SI 26. Iluttur unchanged. Eggs unchanged.
I'ork lower at 120 'J0a20 25 cash; I5a20 17%
August: 820 82Ka'J0 33 September. 520 42%a20 4!>
October: !1885aiSyo year. Lanllowerat Si'T02%
r>?k)i ?ml Anoint* 819 .fu.11 ?,oo.i?
*12*23"October; *112 00 ycar'^Wllisky unclmugc^
at 51 17.
Cincinnati, July 29.?Flour dull; family newSi
75a 185; old $525; family 3r> 75*6 75. Wheat, de
cllucd la2c: No.2 red winter (.>6a'JSc sj>ot; 'J'Hq bid
July; 9 i^a'JSc August; as^c Septeml?en 97Xa97%o
year. Corn higher, No. 2 mixed, 81aS4}<{e sitoi;
H4%aS5c July; 77c August; 78Ua78>J Scutember;
78c bid October; 73%c November; ti7a67?jc year.
Oats linn: No. 2 mixed, 63c. Rye dull at 72c.
Barley dull; extra No. 8 full 80c. 1'ork heavy at
121 50. Lard lower at 812 00. Hulk meats weaker,
shouldets 19 25: clear rib $12 50. Ilacon easier;
shoulder* 910 W; clear rib S13 50: clear 814 12%.
Whl?ky steady at 811(3: coinbluatlon sales of finished
goods .->15 barrels, on a basis of II16. But
ter quiet and unchanged.
Chicago. July '."J.?The Drottr'sJournal report*:
Hogs?Receipts 5,000 head; shipments 5.500 head.
Trade dull tnd market 10c lower, mixed $7 40a8 10;
heavy $816a8 75; light 87 50u8 25; skips Si 50a7 00.
Cattle? Receipts 1,800 head; shipment* 3,COO head.
Market weak on all low grades; best exports 87 20a
7 65; good tochoice shipping S6 40aG 90; common to
fair 54 50a5 75: butchers *200a4 50:stockeraand feeders
82 75al 40: tango cattle dull and easier, all
sold; Tcxans S3 50*4 70; half breeds5100a5 00.
Sheep? Rccclpts 200 head; shipments 1,200 head.
Market steaily; jx>or to fair 82 5Ca3 25; medium to
good 83 50a4 UO; choice 84 25al 60.
Philadkltbu, July 29.?Flour dull. Wheat excitetl
and depressed: steamer grain 81 03al 75; No. 2 "
red July 81 12al 14; August 81 ll&al llJi; Fep- *1"
tember 8112j4all2>$: October II 13^*113>? Corn th?
steady for local lots; Options weak and lower sail cot
mixed 50K<r. No. 3r Bsc; rejected 8oa87; sail mixed we:
July 85?^a87;jc; August M^alv^c: September cat
MVMytr. October 8 ta8l Sc. Oats dull; Nr. 2 white f'
74a74j^c; No. 3 ilo72^a73o; mixed 71c. Provisions ?
steady. Lard flriu at8l3 CO; steam 812 65al2 75.
Butter quiet. Egg* unchanged. Cheeso steady.
Petroleum unchanged. Whisky unchanged. Other*
unchanged.
TOLRDO. July 29.?Wheat lower. closlm* I
>0.2 red spot July 1101** August 31 (x>Ji: Rente
wber SI <51J? October #1 c3; ySar fi Corn
Meady: high mixed 79*c: Na 2 ijit 7!% jJi?
79c bid: August /.c; ycarWJic. Oats quiet; No. 2
August 39c; Septcra Iter 35c bid; year 35c! ?
Brapfohd. July 29.?Petroleum still advancing;
opened at Cf/fc hkhoit. ta^/es lowest. COkc; closing
v , ?j5*i 2.???,000 barreli: total shipments
Jriday, C1.1W barrels; charter*, 103,600 barrels.
.Pa" J?\>; ^--OU opened at 62Xc
highest 62%c; lowest f^c; closing at sLft^
menta 55,560 barrels; runs. 67,200 barrels.
Cincinnati, Julv 29.-Uvo hogs fiim: common
57 85als t?l 6088 ,MlcklnB ftuU butdierh1
"Koogb on Km a."
Clears out rata, mice, roaches, Ilies, ants
bed-bugs, slcuuks, chipmunks, gophers. 15c.
Druggists.
Popularity.
Thomas' Eciectbic Oil has obtained creat
popularity, on account of its intrinsic value
as a reliable medicine, in enrim*
1 and all irritations of the throat, diseases of
the chest, *tc. For these it is incomparble
I pulmonic.
For lame Back, Side or Cheat uso 8hiloh's
I Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
| SiiiaOu's Cough and Consumption Cure is
sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consump1
tion.
I Bhiloh'h Vitalixer is what you need for
i Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75
cents per bottle.
Csour, Whooping Couch and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh'a Cure.
Sold by E. Hocking, agent, under Odd Fellows'
Hall, and by R. II, List, 1010 Main
street. kowdaw
Moke universally recommended than any
proprietary medicine made. A sure and reliable
tonic, Brown's Iron Bitters. u.*w
Delicate Cake.
Three-quarters cup of butter, two cups
white sugar, one cup sweet milk, three eggs
(whites and yolks beaten separately), or the
whites only of six eggs, three cups of flour
having in it one measure "Banner" Baking
Powder.
Each can of Banner Powder contains a
measure to use instead of a spoon.
CATARRH
Sanford's Meal Cure,
INSTANTLY RELIEVES 7
The most violent 8aecxlntjor Head Colds, clears the 11
bead m by magic, stop* watery discharges from the fl
now and eyes, prevents ringing noises In thohead.
cure* Nervous Headache and subdues Chills ana w
Fever.
IN CHRONIC CATARRH
?&*&&?& SSfeS? !L'?i:Lnrl"c"\,' Ui
8BB85352i?IS H(
ol cnurrh toward CoS?t"mPuSn. U lbo
A PUIIELY BALSAMIC C<
Pjjg^ n
tssajgiSKB
nire lactam iii <11 dnigcuu. il. ail fa cf' 1
pou>'? baihcal iva. ** "> a" lors.x.
* "WEII. Il?.?,n
Bammmi
agsus ?
IllllliSySaSitts
IllVCll INTELLIGENCE.
ittanor Interest ronc?rnlnir Traffic on
onr JfMnrnl Highway.
rhe Diurnal carried the excursion to Cres'a,
yeaterday,
rhe 8cotIa Is laid up at Pittsburgh on to
nut of low water.
rhe Bt, Lawrenco Rot away on time Satday
afternoon with a fnlralxed trip.
Will Morrow, of the St, Lawrence's clerl*
I force, ia remaining in the city this week,
roe Lockwood, of the atearaer flootia, ia
ylng a short visit to his parents at Mounds
lie.
3?pt. Phil Anshutx was in town Saturday,
j is now rusticating at his home at Duck
11 Dottotn.
rke Belle Prince brought una sunken coal
rge last evening and tied it up under the
jpcnslon bridge.
rhe 8t. Lawrence* will lie up at Cincintl
and the Sidney will enter tho trade,
lying here next Saturday.
rho Little Annie will sell tickets for Fort*
ugb's circus at 65 cents, including the fare
r the round trip from Martin's Ferry.
The river last evening was almost stationy,
with 3 feet 0 inches in the channel,
isinwson the levee Saturday was brisk.
A large crowd of rolling mill men left for
ttsburgh on tho mail boat yesterday, and
other crowd follows in a day or two.?
uisville Courier-Journal.
rna dredge boats Ohio and Oswego are dog
good work. It is about time the snag
at Woodruff was put to work. At last acunta
she was still laid up at Cincinnati,
riic Katlo Stockdalo arrived from Cincin,ti
en route for Pittsburgh yesterday, but
is unable to net ovor the bar at the head
tho Island and started to return in the afrnoon.
Commodoro A. G. Paxton, the clever and
nial river reporter, reached the ripe age ol
ty-three Saturday, and we wish him much
y and happiness throughout the remaindei
his days.
Wo are advised that the Andes will bo hew
iiiiiu uruajr uuui vuitinnau, nnu inai litis
ie steamer will leave for that port to-morrow
lernoou as usual. This steamer is elegant
its appointments and is ubly otlicered by
eery genial set of gentlemen.
rhe steamer Courier found the water too
allow Saturday morning to successfully
>am out forParkeraburg, and the C. W.
itchelor, the Pittsburgh packet, which war
!d up at the north end of the levee, was
artered to take the Courier's place. The
lurier is laid up at the upper end of the
tee.
Work on the Davis Island dam is being
ished with a small force of men. The
ide wall, or crib, at the lower end of the
:k is belngrapidly putup, andon the south
le of the river preparations are being made
continue the work on the sills for the dam.
tree or four large boat loads of stone, from
Dop's Ferry, are on hand for this nurpose,
das the river is getting into good condiin
the work ?ill be pusued vigorously.
BAKING POWDER.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
"his powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
ngtli and wholosomeneffl. More economical
.nthe ordinaly kinds. And cannot be sold In
opetltlon with the multitude of low teat, short
Ight, alum or phosphate powder*. 8old only In
Uk BOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
M-ruw Nflw Tort.
The Secret
of the universal success of
Brown's Iron Bitters is simply
this: It is the best Iron
preparation ever made; is
compounded on thoroughlyscientific,
chemical and
medicinal principles, and
does just what is claimed for
it?no more and no less.
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood,
it readies every part of the
system, healing, purifying
and strengthening. Commencing
at the foundation
it builds up and restores lost
health?in no other way can
lasting benefit be obtained.
79 Dearborn Are., Chicago, Nov. j.
I have been a great sufferer from
a very weak stomach, heartburn, and
dyipeosia in its worst form. Nearly
everything 1 ate cave me dutrest,
and 1 could eat but little. 1 have
triedeverythingrecommcnded,have
taken the prescriptions of a dozen
phnldans, but got no relief until I
took'Brown's'Iron Bitters. I feel
none of tho old troubles, and am a
r.ew man. I am setting nuch
stronger, and feel first-rate. I am i
. a railroad engineer, and now make
?ny trips regularly. I can not say
too much in praise of your wonder- |
ful medicine. d. C. Mack.
Brown's Iron Bitters
docs not contain whiskey
or alcohol, and will not
blackcn the teeth, or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia, indigestion,
heartburn, sleeplessness,
dizziness, nervous
debility, weakness, &c.
U?e only Brown'* Iron Bitten made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore. Croueii
fed Unci and iradc-nurk on wrapper.
LL HOUSEKEEPERS
oecllne anything whatever In the line of
ft I ?
juseiiiriiisning Goods,
in bo supplied at tlio LOWEST POSSIBLE
COST at
- F. Caldwell's,
HEALER IX
Ill's, Stoves, Iron and Tinware,
Atul Manufacturer of
\" nnni.Mvn ivn i?,m.
- .>1' i?u.> UUIINICJCS.
a?U ymi waiil on Ici> Cream lVrM?,
.till. I, piano
tifflmfsmmm
pORRENTi
Dwelling llouse, ]m cLi?.ii
PO.lt. 8L il.tbewa Chard, ?""*
Dr. K. H. BuIUrO. '
Enqalr. on ]irnnU?.
JfOK RENT. JjV
Store-room No. law \?.
mhfa . . _
JA5_LiiAV!.?
GENERAL NOTICES^
J^OTICE TO CONTUACIoitir~<;
uidi vrlU 1*0 received until Wrdn?Ur i
2d, 1882, lor the tearing down of thouldtaVyfti
iho Third PtcabyterUn Church, ol \VhMjS?P?
Tho building Iilocated betweeu Thlnj-tWa A
Thirty-ninthUrcet*onJacobattwt W,
tec rcwrve the rlnht to rejevt
blda rrcflvtd by TtlOd. DKIUSaS,7^4
37 W Jacob itreoU
jus _
-r\issoumox notice!
The flrtn ot HUBBARD, !l'AUl.t A CO k*.
day been dissolved by mutual agtwmtuT ffffK
Hubbard retiring. Alli*wnmiu *m
, our nucceworn, Mom. llubbanl & hull.
tlKO.ULhflv^ ;
MVltOS HIbJu,
UhO. l'AVLL
, WUKUKti, March 10. 1W2.
18,1a
The Orm ol HUBBARD A CO. h??thu Intl.
dlMoWed by mutual iKtcvutent. ' "**
litX). HttBm
U27 M"??s
-^J-OTICE TO SCHOOL TEAnSSr
^?..44^
| "^AppllcAtion* will W rfCt lvcil It
I Education o( Trladelphla hlMrlct until hiS*
I August?, t&SJ, for a principal mid
tenth tho graded hIukjI hi TrUiltlphU. i*!1
I cant* tnust have a teacher*' cvrtlCtttTihlT'
Board of Kxamlnersof Ohio county, dutwJv
1 acconuMtny the application.
' AppllcauU for the portion of Windrtl?iL
1 I required to be examined In AlRibr*. ItnwiS*
' raphy. Philosophy, 11>y?lolo?y ?,j HhtM,1!*
for awlstaut teacher*In Aim-bra.In mWiikii bi?
; atudle# prescribed in the School Law l? tital
school*. '
The Board of Examiner* for Ohio wtimtn
hold an examination at TrlmlelphU AummIS
12. Add km application* to ?
, >v-? RADDLE, V.liii
liinre.w V.
FOR SALE,
T^OR SALE?TUK STu'oTAXDGOOft'
X? will of a well equipped Jo). Prints wuZ'
1 thlselty, or would sell material lnl?>utoniL
I furthiTpartlcnhiwcmiulic hi tnhnflw. JJ*. I
"I70R SALE?HOUSK AM) mg I
I Jj Lois In MIdko Junction, mlt*b!eforli^S |
II Hoarding. Now occupied u* Baker ?td q.JZ: I
1 within 100 yard* of public works. AdJrtH a! Cife 1
I SON, Mingo Junction, u. I
j-pOR BALE ON EASY TKRM& I
I That valuable Coal property kuowu u ' Trv, I
, I Glen," four mile* from the city by W. p. a &. I
Blon of B. & 0. k. It., two mile* frum theOLWlm
in a direct line starting from lfclmont Mill jfi-.
I WO acres land in Chase county, K>tuu,totu!u^
for rlty property. ^
W. V. HOGE fi BEDJ)17
1*?J Markup
yOR SALE OR RENT.
KIRKWOOD rUOl'ERTY.
Eleven acres on the hill above towu.
H. FORBES, Whwllcr
No. 7, U. 8. Cuatom House. Telephone F<
I aprll
y OR SALE.
I 20 Shares Stock in l^illelle Mill.
20 Shares Stock in Bellnire Mill.
I 20 Shares Stock in F. A: M. Ins. Co.
10 8hares Stock in Gnu* Sujiar l'.ef.cfrr..
I. IRWIN,
I je27 No. 24 Twelfth Sirwt.
T?OR SALE?STEAM AND WATEX
Jj MILL, WITH TWO BUN OK UUHRS-AlUtbel
are forty (40) acres of No. 1 farnlus Utd.ita
I dwelling house of *lx roomt: Urn, with ?ublb{!o
I twenty (20) head ol hones and tattle; w.tzci
I house and all necosary outbuildings, tiithuifrfq
I house, corn crib*, smoke hou.vjana wijondrti;
1 also flna orchard, cou?lsting cf Apple, i>ear,
I and plum trees, grai?cvines and wjibenlc*. Slu-;
I atcd about nine (9) mile3 from BclUIrc, Ohio, a
I the B. & 0. Ballroad, and on thewatcnol HfI
Mechen'screek. Apply to
ZANE ? STAl.S'AKEE,
I jy2f, a'? Twelfth tro t. Whffllrg.W. Vi.
] PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
fJUlE YELLOWSTONE VALLEY,
Glknpivk, M. T.. July l,Hsi
I Having removed from Wwt Vlrcinla. to tie rat
xcuowtiione valley In Montana Territory, *htre I
projwe to wake my home (or the future, irdtt
gage In the Real t state Business, kvurc Heat
steads for settlers, on Government Urnk i!? ?
cure farms from the Northern I "a ific Kallrud fa
settlers, no they will have a place to locate inert
val, without the trouble or expense of buniltf i .
desirable location.
. 1 whl buy and sell all kin<l? of Ileal Emu fa
non-residents as well as citizens of the Terriiorr.
Opportunities unexcelled to purrbaw \lt tec
lanus, now offered fors*le at low pm*>, which tor
year or two will be worth live to ten tlmu ttet
present cost. My facilities for tranwtlng Itulra
with the U. S. Land Otllce uiisurpd'.^. IhfpJ,
moderate. Correspondi-nce solicited.
C.EO. K. TINGLE.
Jyl-Mw Glcpillvc.M.T.
^LEXiHDER BONK, SR.,
HOTABY PUBLIC. LICENSED GE.VEKAL DOSNKSfa
A.ND REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Loans negotiated, stocks IkiurIiI and
chants' and manufacturers' boolisoj>eiied,ciw&!iJ
and closed. Estates settled, uote>, book awwtt
and rent* collected. Housca rvatcd and la**
ColloctlonB promptly remitted. AJvamt*
All buslnesn correspondents ojuf;<ieu*.uwyi!>:/A
to. Bend for circular to rvferenct*. 131! yew
ctoect, (Cntngle's Block,) over City B*uk, Witt-isi
gTEPHEN McCOLLQUGH,
Carpenter aud lluildtr.
nncx nuuaingB crecteu complete n *.i eiaktj
improvement*. Al*> wooden buildlca ?tud oj
complete on lot. Wooden bulidina ir?c(J iai
fitted up In yard at work hlwp aauukca lo ?aj
part aiid completed, wi reasonable terns. Ali
teratlonH made on old biiildlnus rvcb *oJ
Hky-llphu particularly attended to. l*?ki.munu&,
and shelving fitted up on Uiort uotlar, ?tcielron:i
put In and atorea altered. Hefidenw So. W *lx"
toentb street, formerly occupied by Mr. BtuExljy.
Bbop In rear of Capitol, on Alk y 11 c?-'
J)R. J. B. REED
Has removed his olliceatnl resilience frc=>
the Eighth ward to the comer of Twenty*
second and Chapline streets, Fifth ward. ^
Ofllco hours?7 to i) a. m., 1 to 3 r. i w
9 r. it. Telephone F 1C. niy30__
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. nULLlIIES lias returned to the differ
sumed the practice of medicine and turjtrj. w
can be found at tho
OFFICE OF TIIE HOARD OK EDUCATION.
over tho City llank, Market atn-et. ?L
Q. 0. 8M1TH,
Real Estate, Bowl & Slock Ilrotfr.
opoaai attention given to collecting renins **
tencrel management of Rial totate. r
mhl 1220 Main Whwllni.^lj,
IJIHOMAS SWEENEY,
Justice of the Pence, Nolarj* rulilif and
General llutiiiiCNS Agent. t .
1142 Chapline Btreet, Squire Felberf wo
OOicc. __?===
' BUS IN ESS CAHPSi 'A
"^ueelixcTboikku WOttKS.
ilanufarturcr* of i-ortable, fUtlon*!?.
bollera, breeching, chimney.*, tanks. ?tl.A ^
huttcrs and all kinds of fieavy M?tet. i*&_
Dealers In secondhand boiler*.
apply to COX X
No. I?K MaiMi-*
Telephono C-21. Repair* KjKxial mtentlift'
rcw)na?ilc. 5i?
J) 0. LIST, Jx.,
PORK PACKE?
Inicnror of tho celebrated CHWTEB VEA
which aro uow ready anil for ?*l<"
28 KOUinrXNTH B-THttl',
My B. 0. Moat* are all bnuided. "IM
?P& .
?Jl B. CAMDEN, M. 1).,
Physician Hint .Surtfoo'i.
Reridenco and office No. 1G"> KourtttnUf1"*1
Office also at 1133 Chaplltic uni t.
? Telephone No. OG1 mid N'o. H.
Calla promptly aimwowl. ?*
J M. 0L0U8T<JN,
trikivu V>
Groin, Gronnd Feed, Billed Hay, Straff
South Street,Near Market
Will pay tho bi|{ht*t market prUc for *ot* V4,.,
wild ( *!>
ICE CKEAM.
I m.f fill 10 fi,f
reriona wWUhk???rv?u?thc in?*
me a vl%lt. u I jnurantee the " fo. jjji.1
cteam lnmlt! In the dir. I'rivatc i^rlor*
Al*> frckli cake every d$y- K hkVMA>*.
iot'2 >i?i? itj&
Telephone No. ii.

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