OCR Interpretation


The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, August 24, 1882, Image 3

Image and text provided by West Virginia University

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026844/1882-08-24/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

I yBDlCAL. ^
-rr^^AlXOTHEUItEM.
clkm "kuiks fail.
,m bcin^ treated by phyiiciaua for a
?kil? iu Ydiu for a Msvere blood Disease.
l<s>J ' ^ (j i^acLitr. Kichniond, Va.
a t#ie?nS. 8. S. ?top tlie hair from fallc.!a<*iortlimo.
Wvuderfuletlectain
plM-a?**.
\\\ II. Pattsrsoj*, Dallas, Tex. .
,:i(ureJ tueof Scalp Sores, Sores iu
A'^adJ after everything known tc
I j.?l fraierniiy had (ailed.
^ J.?o. 3. TiuuAKT, Tel. Operator,
I Salamanca, N. Y.
, e lor Catarrh 11 a sure cure. Cured
"Jut?!l bthrr treatment hat! failed.
z c.c. IJmrns, Circencaatle, Ind,
,wffntlf'??" w,'? lia<I ,wen confine*! to
W!I,J Mercurial Uheunrn.
i hut*"""'"'? wltl' 8. s. B.
C?autllu;llY< Chattanooga, Tenn.
sl,000 ltlflWAKD
trai VM/Janjclicmbt who will find, on
i.jjjo/ HO bottles 3. S. S? one "particle ol
iiinrr WW' Potassium, or any mineral
"*"iirT SPECIFIC CO.. Proprs.
'Atlanta, Ga.
SOLD 11V A 1.1' DUUGGISTS.
V ^
wM
#>yv
Hit (1,000,000 Children
in tlie United States
Who Coffer i'aln.
Who Knit and Cry,
Who Have Pale Fac*?,
Who Have Had llreath,
Should Use Lauirlilln's Worm Sjrnp
Jit CJitid Win#* Sleep U IH'turbed, . ,
TSe Child Who Wakes In Terror,
Tie Child Who** Appetite In Voracious,
IS* Cbild Whine Apw.*Uui Varies, o :r
The Child Who Do^t Not Thrive,
The C'bllil Who Is Kmaclated,
The Child With Internal Irritation,
The Child With Sallow Complexion,
sboold Use biughlin's Worm Syrup
So IH*?aje So iMfiseroui As Worms,
. No Child 1? Free From Thsro.
Tfifjr Cau*e Ul*ea.v> Themselves. ,,
II rj A&rar*te Other Coin plain U.
Ihe Child's Cure "When Teething!
LAUGHLIN'S
INFANT CORDIAL
MITEX* THt (?rX5 t AlUVK I'AlXJ llKM'CCS
l.trL?KUlTI<>\; CO.N'T110LA Til It ll??WKL>,
CrarouSntMKH Com plaint. Dyhkntxky,
Dmkhkka, Flatulence, Colic, rrc.
)fatb?r*?l!l find It very valuable: the child will
mrr!lrrM.pft Mongntl/t tlrrji.iirulirafrf tijirAfrr/*],JUpjy,ant!f'Hino
mm/ortablr. W'e Ktmru rites
v*u<ue, and will refund the pric** of every on#
wt doiu^iM represented. Sold by ull druggists.
'4 Price 25c. per Bottle.
LAUGHUN BROS. & CO., Proprietor
WHEELINC, W VA.
MRU'S ECLECHUC MEDICIN1
IiajwJtire and effectual remedy for all Kervot
Difcuw la every stage of life?youn* or old. ma,'
c: !esa!e: tuch u Impotcncy, Prostr*tlon. Los* (
taanh. Itwi of vitality, Defective Memory. In
Bmla Power. and dl*eau*s from which a
craituml *.?ie of life springs, all of which canm
M w nndenalne the whole syntem. Every orj;a
i weakened, every power prostrated, and mac
' ajofdlKAteare generated which, if notchecka
f?e tie way to an early death. It rejuvlnate* nf
u-1 trior} jjamtes youth. Each package con tali
r.5d?t for two weeka' treatment. Write for pan
which will be aent free, with full particular
Wi ly all Druggist* at 50 ceuta a package, <
t*dTetitkagcii for $5 00. Will be sent free by ma
<e rxr/pt of money, by uddreartng
WEBB'S ECLECTRJC MEDICINE CO..
4 n.t ruar&atecd. Buffalo, N. Y.
. '-0GAS A CO.. Wholesale and Retail Aeen'
; Tuw.ja^
pncriotr,laavoitttw cme forall D'.aehanrei
*?r-r.?f. BtnarUnj: r.niJ Painful Cenaationa ol iti
Brifahy passage;
vv/ nr rtcnr.br if * on re
ciint6/pt?c?.?jo?rN'i>.PARI: a toNa
176 r.t.il 177 Sycamore Sf CINCINNATI
OHIO., I U'aio mtnilanpill piper.-* * *
Vnr wlcHy T^?iigb1ln flrr*.?fc P
PU1MBINO, GAS AND STEAM FITTIN'
J RISIBLE A LOT'/, ~
PLUMBERS, U v
(is and Steal Fitter:
V . ; '.' \i >>stl V.C $
HIS Market Street.
I* ' , .1 .K
Htiting and TCL'tUating of public bail
^dweMnwi aud factories a apeciall
.ya?
^HOMPSOJi A lllBiSERD,PRACTICAL*
vfio&tiERS,
* ' <& ? /> f ?4" *
? >\ ;."r jj/ja
tos jii Steam Fitters
ii'i'i'i '
1314 Market St, Wheeling, 1Y. Va.
nS^Slji ?' 1?4 wrotigit ind cut It
i^w8^' ^P*100 .pumpa, Mifety valvea, fci
om, caki, Ac. mIc njentj (or tho
Celebrated Cameron Steam Pump,
AaG Underwrite n* Gu Machine. Ordcn from t
countryproiaptlTfilled. ... xnfc2
"\yM. HARE A SOS,
RlfTlPi l -- -
?~*4viui rcuMHKHS, GAS AND STXJ
FITTERS,
So. 33 Twelfth itrtet.
g *ort done promptly at reasonable pricw.
J^ke Firrox,
Atactica! Plumber, Gas and Steam Fit1
1416 Main street
^AUonlfra promptly attended to. 1?
A LL KINDS OF PLAIN AN1) KAN<
Jon WORK
NEATLY AND 1'KOMITT.Y EXECUTED
IT TICK
DULY 1NTEI.MGF.SCKR JOB OFFICE,
Not. ?) a?U 27 Fourteenth Street.
S<* 4.?ii!t MEDICAL.
VHBil
SuUtu all nrmorrhtva.
Acvtt and LArvnu. | VttuMM and iftKOUfc
TxriLvuiL* roa
BURKS, BtHIBDENS, DIARRHEA, CHAT.
1H0S, 8TIH03 OP INSECTS, PILES,
BOBE EYES, BORE FEET,
etc., Ota
THE WONDER OF HEALING!
' For Pile*, Illlnd. Vtlredtngor Iieb.
lag, it U thegrwtcat knownremedy, |
F,or Iturun, HcnMit, Wounds, Tlrnla^a
nnd Nprnlne, It 1? unequalled?atupplngpaln
and bcolic j In a xuarrellotu manner.
ForlnflnmeUnndKoreEjreo.?ltacffcct
npon tli?*o tkllcato orgm* la altupJy marvellous. 1
Ilia the lindicx' Friend.?All fesulo
complaint* ylold to lta woudrotupowor. j
For' Vlccrii Old Sorea, or Open
Wounds,It*action upon Uwao la moat remark.
Tootknchr, FncrncliP, Illlra of In*
arcta, Oorr Feel, are certainly cured by
POUFS EXTRACT, i
RECOMSIEXDED JlYriri8ICULX8t
VSED IS IlOSl'ITALS t
Caution.?TOSD'S EXTRACT ha* b*rrx imU
tiUd. Tkt penuOie htu the vof.lt "POSITS
J-LXTIlA CT' Uoun in tht gloat, and nur picturt
trademark on lurroundlny buy vrapptr. Son*
ithtr Uytiiuint. AlwayibiHttun t-mnj POSI/d
JilTlUCT. Tah* ho other prrparatUm,
\ JtUnacrtoldinlulkcrrbjvuaiUTt. , |
bpraatrnrpatutio'ts or poyd's extract comLIMUJ
W1TII THE HUKE3T AND MOST I'tiiCATK
I'liuumk ruu ladus' uocoojb.
POND'S EXTRACT - 50c* $1.00, $1.75.
ToiletCreinv 1.00 Catarrh Cure- 75
Dentifrice 50 Piaster 25
Up Salvo 25 Inhaler (Glass 60c?)>1*00
ToUet Soap (3 Cakes) 50 Nasal Syrlngo- 25
Ointment--. 50 Modlealcd Paper.... 25
ramjiy ayringe, ai.uu.
I,n<lir? read |??H 13, in, 21 and 2fi In our
>ew u.k>k which aocomnuiim f?cb bottle of our
preparation. Sent frt? on application.
UTOcu N*wpA*pnt*r wiTmiwronTor or*
PaXTAAAZlOMS 8JC*T yiitLE OH AfPUGATlO* TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 Wost 1-1th. St. Now York.
Full line 01 above preiaimiions displayed
, In one of Pond's Extract Co.'s Show Cases and
<>uld by J^opiti it Co.. y55 Main Street, Wheeling;
also byC. Moenkemoeller, corner Market
and Twpniy-econdStreelfl,Centre Wheelin
j>?15-TThPAW
'
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
. of the present generation. It Is fop the
Uure of~thta disease and Its attendants.
" SlflK-HEADACtf fer^iLKrtJSStSfl. DYSPEPSIA.
COMSTIPff KM, E1LS8, etc., that
FUTT8 PlLLiThave Rained aworld-Kido
reputation. "No Remedy haa over been
discovered "that acta bo gently on tho
Sgeative organs, givinr: them vigor to m?
slmilato food. As 0 natural result, tho
* Uorvous~&ybtegi la DracedTthFUiiacroa
>aro Devolopod. and tho Dody Robust.
Chills and Fovor.
E. RIVAL., a Planter At Utiyou Sara. La.. sara:
My plantation la In a malarial district. For
several yeara I could not make balf a crop on
account of bllloua dlaeaaea and chllla. I waa
nearly discouraged when X began the uae of
TUTT'8 PILLS. The rtjault waa murreloua: I
ray laborera aoon bocarso heart; and robuat,
and 1 bare bad no furthor troublo.
They rrllftf the engorged Llwr, cleans*
tlir Wood from poltoiioui bullion, and
rnuir tlir bonrli to art naturnlly, nltliout
which no one can feet trell.
Try thta remeily falrlr, ruid y niinl 11 jraln
a healthy Dlffeet Ion. Vlc?roua llftdy. Purr*
Illood. Xlrene5i-rTr?, and n Sound Liver. .
I'rlce. 33Quia. OOPcc, 33 Murray SU X. Y.
TOffflifli;
okav iia 1 it or \\*iii5kww chanced to a glosvr
I lti.Ai'kf bv a ^Inirle anollcatlon of this Dvti It
Impart* a natural color,and new Instr.ntnneouMy.
i?ulil bv Drupclata, or sent by express ou receipt
of One Dollar.
Office, OB Murray Street, New York.
(Dr. TVTTS VAXVAE, of Valnabtc\
Information r.mt C?r/nl llerriptm D
'"T ?i? mail fit FREE ou (ippKrndoiu/
DangMers, Wires, Moui8rs!
J
? discoverer'o^'db". wrcmsrs
j? CATHOUCOM,
i A POSITIVE coat FCR FEMALE COKPUIKTS.
jr This remedy will set in b&rmouy lflth the Fe11
mala * jetcm at all times, anil aL?o immediately
npon the abdominal and uterine muscle.*, ami re*
store them to a lioalthy and MronR condition.
l)r, Marchlsl'rt Utcriue Cathollcoa will euro fall?
U, lag ot the womb, L<acorrha*afcChmnlc Inflammation
and Ulceration o? the Womb, Incidental
Hemorrhage or Flooding, Painful, 8upprrp?cd
and Irregular Menstruation, Kidney Complaint,
RarrenocM and i* <?pcclally adapted to tho change
' * olLife. Send for pamphlet free. All letters of
> \ inquiry freely answered. Address pj above. For
J *.V? by all dnjjrciaU. Now size $1 per bottle,
! Old f?i*? SI.50. Be?uro and nsfc for Dr. Alar'
U:eri:ioCuthoIicon. Takonoother.
? Wholmleaad Retail by ,
; LOGAN A CO.
Cares Rheumatism, Lum
i: I) ago, Lame Bad:, Sprains and
Bruises, Asthma, Catarrh,
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
d. Diphtheria, Burns, Frost
jt Bites, Tooth, Ear, and Head_L
ache, and aL7. pains and aches.
Tie bett latemat and eiternJl remedy In tf*,
' world. CreT7 bc!t!e cuu&ntfcd. Sold hjr tnedlciae
dcs!cft e*tryoheie. Directions U laajpagts.
Pfke 50 ceatf lad J:.oo.
f f.FOSTER, MILBURN & CO., Prop'rt,
BUFFALO. .V. V..U.S.A.
g poUBdcdanill?lroilucedi.>ihciiit.illcalj>rures- T
, J sion anil tho |?ibllc at hrgo by s>. H. Ilarc- "
00 mao, >1. I)., of XX Ivan rittsborg,
ml ft who bas prescribed It to otcr 4.\CC0pa? I
V tlents, ikoil In every cx*> with tho mmt irrailfylnff5ar?-?M,
_
It3cHcctnj?'7 tuo?yMcmisrntlrviyiialikr ~
that of any ?>iw remedy, anil is tho only
* medicine neHcd In almost every dl.<oam to r
which flwdi 1i heir?KMWW (KalHnif Fit?) *
belnc tho only exception. in this I'cncx.v
b? 0 should not Imj used. In CootMKtton and 3
? IMsca-vsoftlio Female organs and ltia<l/jcr.
i? 3I.vnai.ix slwuM b?given with Ir. I'euuna
I u composed of j'nrcly vegetable Ingredients. 2
nart? cue. according to medical author*, n
_ grcAtr?hH?ilyln llMlf. nE2E3ti232SC2Stl...
S3 . Dr. Ilarlmnij has sm?eeoed in fxtrartmc >?
Ul the actlv* prlh^fulcs frem thevj Ingredient*
anillact)mt>lolini?u?nij!itoono,?lniplecom3
poaad. which at oncocuinddrs with tho Vis "
AltDiC-VTiU^ Natl-it a In **??* jjltcav. uti
llheworXof i?stcrat|o? rommtacA* vM'? 2
first dose. There Is not an organ that It will
no; roarUnorndlfeasolt wlllnotruro. For
? 0 iartUnibrs?ndfcT ? pnmr^?K.Re?2SffiaiB
| t*. MAI.'
Sold hv nil ilrnrciM**nn'w
, BATll ALUM SPHIKUS. VX
1? Ajn?ni? (or tliccut*fl/ Sfrofulf.Cbrunlc DUrrha
~ inrt L-pontery. l)j>i*H* N^urnl.ift uu nil in
J\ rnKH' Hri?itic fr??in lk;bliliv: "10^,'
women. Kite different viririli* o( ?wr. Tt
prettiest plnee in th* mountain*r>t Uw OW n<>"?
Un. Tkkmh: fca.no per &*?, 610 uo per vt*>!
. .W.OO^-o^. ,R\\T2f L1P3C031B, Prop.
oiIHmm >!! >. U5 uiul U7 1'imrtffiilh Hired
TIII:.M:W MHiniwiMT.
Tlio <im?l Klii|ilreTli?t U OihimhI (7|? b;
the .N'orilirrn I'nclilc Itmul-An Kuilui
j ftlHWtic View of ilMXenr i'lilure.
Chicago T1joc? of the 22nd.'
"It isonly two or three months ago,'
said Mr. Itufus Hatch to a reporter of th
'J'inut, "that I first began to seriously lool
into the possibilities of the new hortli
west. I wasn'tsatisiled witli what I heart!
and, in fact, I had coino to the conclusioi
that the stories about Dakota aud the terrl
lories were so many exaggerations. But
I4UUW Ul'UL'l MUH.
"And now lliut you have examined itV
"Don't misunderstand me. i.olwayi
believed that Chicago would bo a grea
city, because it has ibe country to suppor
it. It is at tho head of the. inland navi
pillion, and baa a tributary territor
stretching live hundred miles behind it
It will (succeed because this country is -de
veloped aud developing; but 1 did not tin
den>tand the northwest. . No man who ha
not visited it can understand it. . It is i
natur.il law that a city derives its support
not from the region to its east but to " it;
west, and this truism is alone enough tc
predict tho magnificent future of our city
And not alone of Chicago, but of the vig
orous, younger Chicago* wblfcli nrospring
lug up between here and the Great Divide
There is Chicago No. '2 on tho Kaw riverKansas
City, 1 mean; there is Chicago No
3 in the shape of St. Paul and Minncapo
lb; there is Chicago No 4 in the shape oi
Proctor Knott's village of Duluth; then
is Chicago No. 5 in Fargo, and soon and sc
on till you come to the Pacific slope. All o
these are vigorous, nourishing towns, back
ed by the wealth of tho richest soil iu thi
Union, and as they build1 up Chicngi
builds up. They, are growing at a rati
which sounds almost incredible. Duluth
three years ago, had 3,000 inhabitants
It now has 7,000. Fargo, four years ago
bad 3,500;-it haa 8,000 to-day. Go furthe
west auil northwest, and at /Uiamarfck an<
Winnipeg yon will FIND
THE SAME MAKVELOU8 GROWTH.
Why, sir, youc tributary territory is ai
empire in itself, equal to any land whicl
lies outdoors."
"At any rate you have couie back an en
tluisiast, Mr. Hatch?"
"An enthusiast! who wouldn't bean on
tliusiast who has traveled over four tbous
tnd miles of such land as I have seen ii
the hist few weeks? Climate? There isn'
such climate anywhere,'' and he describec
a" semicircle with his hands, indicating th<
iour unfavored quarters of tiie globe,when
Dekotian meteorology had not been adopt
ed. "The summers," he went on, art
shorter than at the South and Southwest
but they are warmer, and, whether it ii
from the soil or the climate I don't know
but the crops display more fertility. There
is a trade wind from the Pacific whicl
makes it warm. The crops are ten day.'
earlier at Bismarck than at Duluth. When
we were in the Bad Lands I took an eightmile
drive with some friends, in an open
vehicle, with the thermometer at 110 de
grees. No\v,! you know, in the East thai
i u-mi Id havo been suicide?rank suicide.
At Fort Keogh we were out in the sue
with tlio murcuryup to 104 degrees, anc
that would have been death in New "York
but out there we didn't mind it. There it
something dry and exhilarating iri'the at
mosphere at its hottest, very'different fron
the damn, humid heat of the Atlantii
coast. It a the same thing in the winter
They have a dry cold that anybody can
stand; 30 degrees below zero at Bismarel
is not as distressing as zero in New York.'
"You brought back samples of the
grain?"
VY'es;" they created a great deal of inter
est on 'Change to-day. 1 have 4>v?lkei
wheat fields out there,
folt: feet high the gums stood,
and all of it will average between twent
and forty bushels to the acre, and the oat
that 1 saw will run from fifty to a hundre
bushels to the acre. They have bette
corn in DakoUi and Montana .than the
have in Ohio and Indiana. Everything i
kept up to a high standard, whether it- i
cattle, horses or emigrants."
"How about the emigration V"
"The people are mostly NewEnglanderi
and New } orkers; then confe Canadians
Scandinavians' and Germans, all home
making people, you understand. 'Every vi
lage, no matter how small, has its churc
and school. In fact, the school facilitie
of Dakota are better than New Englanc
Yon can tell a Yankee town .by its enure:
and its school, just as pou caii tell asoutl
em town by iLssaloo"n and its blacksmitl
shop. There are ear-marks about thes
tilings which you cant mistake.".
"The harvest is nearly over thronghoi
the northwest?/
"Yes, and that gives us a chance to la
aside guess work in making up the cro
figures. The grain is in. It is a fact, nc
an estimate, that there are 7,000,000 bush
els of grain on the Northern Pacific thi
year, against :5,500,000 last. There ar
4,000,000 bushels of grain tributary t
Fargo alone. At. Winnipeg, they sho'
samples of wheat from its country twelv
hundred miles north and northwest of tbi
city w.hich is equal to anything in tli
West"
"The people beyond must he awaitir
the completion of the Northern Pacif
with much interest?"
"They are. Next summer, when tl
road is finished. Oreeon.' Washington an
Montana?that whole northwestern corn
try which now goes to San Francisco U
its supplies?will come to Chicago. Tal
about your booms. You people here 'wi
learn the meaning of that expressi\
Americanism then. Do you know," sai
lie abruptly, "that I have been convinct
of a very singular thing lately,"
"What is that?" '
"That the center of political power
imitating the
WISE ME.V OK, THE COUNTHY
and moving west. The whole' power lii
in the Mississippi and Missouri valleys, an
west, anil the northeastern and easter
States may as well recognize that fact no
as later. "The fact was illustrated by tl
passage of the river and harbor bill* ov
the veto^a passage secured by the we*
em vote. Now do you know what th
means?"
For the purposes of the argument the j
porter helu his peace.
"It means/' said Mr. Hatch," that tl
davs of hijjh tariff are over. That the tar
will last just till the west is ready to b:
there must be no more of it. Our eastei
friends had better sell their mills ai
water-powers and come west. The ham
writing on the wall has appeared.";
It would take a good many water-powe
to buy jiml stock one of those thirtv-tho
sani' acre iarujs, wouldu't it?"
. * "That is the inistake the lan
department'of the road has made. /fh<
ought not to sell those great- farms; th
ought to make It a rigid rule to sell no mi
more than a section; ap4 op))* then up
condition that lie .brings _a ijuartwo;
under cultivation.every yean They cou
afford to give it away upon tbat condition
"How is that?" r 1 ^
"Every improved acre o( land throng
out that region pays the Northern Paci
n year. Because you can count, co
fldently, upon twenty bushels of wheat
the acre, and the freight at 15 cents
bushel will amount to that. If, instead
gelling this land in great blocks, work
by absentees, it was cut into small farn
farmed by residents, tlifc carriage of sr
plies back would more tjjan equal t
freightage of grain out., In five years fro
now, mark my words, the Northern l'aci
country will produce 100.000.0C0 bushi
annually. Why think of it; its laud grc
? is j2/)Om.OQP acres, andsupposingonly 01
fourth of that is brought ijntjcr cultivath
you must sec tho result."
"What docs the land.sell for?"
"Four dollars an aero"
- "THIS SIDE OF THE MISSOURI.
?o,nie of the improved lands go up to $
R Hut iho lapd will pay for itself in notiu
Snpi>ose a man paj-sS4.an acre for grou
ie ami $0 an acre for breaking flndplantii
jj* and gets twenty briahels of 'wheat,-whi
* sells at SO cents" at leas?*his outlay is :
Jiii income $)??. Multiply this result
the number of acres bought, and you have
the plainest possible statement of the
' whole problem. I have Been a good many
= opportunities to make monev in my time,
^ but I never saw anything like the chance
= there is in the northwest now. Not in the
boomlug towns but out on the farms. Jay
Cooke was all right in theory about this
region, but the time was uot ripe then osJt
* is nofr. He failed with the Northern
Pacific in the first place because ho lindn't
? enough rnouey; In: the second, he would
. have failed no matter how much noney
e he had,' l>ecause ho did not have and
t could not get the immigration and cultivation,
without which the road was bound to
fail. The tunc* have changed since then.
'? Europe has become familiarized with the
a resources of the new northwest; it is bet*
[. ter jxjHted; it ia more willing to spend its
t money.''
"And these emigrants have tnonoy ?"
? "They have lots of it. All of them have
money. tWhcn we first came west, us
1 Solon ShingloBavs, 'five- hundred dollars
1 w as a heap of money. I'll venture to say
1 that thero is more hard cash iu the city of
* Fargo alone to-day than there was thirty
y years ajro in all tlio towns west of Chicago,
- except fc>t. Lbuis, put together."
"What do you think.of Manitoba ?"
"It will never bo us
H
X IIIG AS Till: COIlltBSI'OSDISU SECTION
, on thissido of tbo froutier. The Canadian
h Pacific will compare with the Northern
) Pacific just in the proportion that the
. Grand Trunk and the Cauadu Southern
- compare with the trunk lines ruuning east
; from here. l(ut those Englishmen huvo
. lots of money, and they believe in the fu
ture of the queen's American domininos
. thoroughly. The difference between the
' two roods is just this: The Northern l'uf
cific lias its business waiting for it; the
t> Canadian Pacific must wait until its buai>
new grows to it."
f "What effect will this year's great wheat
- yield have on prices?" .
i? "Well, EnKland lias taken a big coutnict
3 on the other side of the water, aud she will
L? take,all the grain we can spare. 1 don't
, look for low prices.Of course, thoinarket
. may not stay where It is, but I mean we
, will lave no panic prices. The farmers
r are well fixed and are ablo to hold their
1 grain until tliey are ready to sell."
"What profit do you estimate there is in
wc came business in me uau
, "About 1!o to 40 per cent?about the
samo as in the Southern State#; only the
cattle are of a much better quality and
there is no chance of fever."
"And sheep?"
"The Bad Lands are still betlcr for sheep.
There are splendid grazing-grounds there,
and west of Killings it is very well watered.
At one point, Glendive, they, will ship sixteen
thousand head this year."
"And how does the playful cowboy
flourish?"
"He flourishes in a subdued kind of a
way. There is too much law and order for
the more malignant kinds of cowboys. I
tell you the country is as quiet and peaceable
as New England, and the man who
doesn't sell out and go west while land is
cheap is making the oue big mistake of his
life.
WEST \IH<<IMIA POLITICS.
The Fourth NrnnloriHl DUtrirt llrpiibllchiin
In Convention?'Tlirlr IMntforui or
rriiiclplM.
At the recent convention held in. Parkersburg
of Republican delegates representing
the Fourth Senatorial district, which comprises
the counties of Wood, Wirt, Pleasants
and Tyler, the following platform of
principles was announced:
llaolcril, .That the Republicans of the
Fourth Senatorial district in convention
assembled, reaffirm the principles of the
platform of the .National Republican Contion,
adopted June, 1SS0.
ltooltM, That we heartily endorse the
administration of the General Government
j asconductcd by President Arthur and his
Cabiuet; and while we deplore the great
calamity which robbed us of that noble
patriot and great statesman, James A. Garv
lield, we rejoice that the afl'airs of our
s country are still faithfully administered by
d his successor in oftice.
x Jtetolved, That to the soldiers and sailors
y of the Union, and their widows aud oris
phaus, the country owes a debt of gratitude
is which cannot be estimated in' mouey; to
our volunteer army and navy we are indebted
for our National existence, aud for
b the liberty which makes it our proud boast
that every American 5q a free man; and to
>- them we pledge ourselves not to rest until
I- the country has given them a fitting reh
ward for their heroic services.'
s lUfalvtd, That we condemn in unineas1.
ured terms the fraudulent and abominable
h mismanagement of our State government
?- by the Bourbon Democracy; and we charge
I* that they have not only laruely increased
e our public burdens, but have cast dishonor
and public disgrace upon the State
it ' Tbev have incurred a large debt, in violation
of the Constitution.
y Tney.have robbed the children of the
P State of the funds raised for their educa>t
tion. ,
i* j Thev have held sessions of the J,*gislak
f,.n,Vn .V-o.,nnll.. f Intlmul J...:....
e biennial sessions, they are held almost
o semiannually.
v They have forced upon the people a soe
called Constitution, and amendments thereit
to, so bungling in their nature and imic
practicable iu their use, that even Bourbou
lawyers do not profess, to understand
[g them.
They have largely increased the number
of public otficers and the expenses of goy'C
eminent.
id They have re-districted the State for
Congressional purposes, in such a way
3r as to make West Virginia a by-word
Ijj and a subject of ridicule throughout tne
'? Union.
c They have again orderod a revaluation
id of the real estate, in order to increase the
d taxable value of lands, and jo increase the
public revenues without increasing the
. rate of taxation, believing that the masses
18 of the people will not discover the fraud,
thus adding an insult to the intelligence
aud an injury to the pockets of (he hard
eg working farmers of the State.
d They have filled the State with bogus
n railroad, insurance and boom companies,
w thus imperiling the rights of the people
)e and we denounce the growth of all incorer
porated monopolies.
t. They have persistently refused to give
at relief," by legislation, to the people, as
against the railroad monopolies, which, to
so large an extent, now coutrol tbe State.
They have increased the expenses of the
,e Legislative department pf the Government,
ilf for party purposes, by a wickpd and unjust
iy apportionment of r^pres'pntatipn in the
r'n Legislature.'
For these and other thing* the Bourbon
j. Democracy stands indicted before the people.
It is therefore
ra Jlesokcil, That the Republican party of
u. the 4th Senatorial district pledges itself
to aiu, in everj* nonorabie manid
ner, a correction of flic evils
>y of which the people so justly complain;
ey and to this end we invite all good citizeus
in without repard to former political aliilia3n
tions, to join with us in the effort to redeem
our State from dishonor, and her people
Id ftarfal effects of unjust, unequal
l#? pm! brigandish taxation.
Hcsolr(d't That the )a$t Sot|fbpn pemo\x.
Legislature by rejecting fhe respeptgc
fut'i)fit|tiOMi? of a^ lea?t'40.000 good ppopjp
n. of this State, upon a subject of great so
t0 cial, political aud moral iuterest, deserve*
a the jun execration of the free citizens ol
of this 8tate, to whom the right of petition 1>
yet as aacred as it was to our forefathers in
,g the days of the Revolution. And we favoi
ip'. the submission of the proposed prohibi
he tion amendment to the', State Constitutiot
m for the suffrages of the electors. It is fo:
nC tlje people to make such changes in thei
laws or Conf^tution, as the majority
ini may adopt. A free ballot makes the peo
,0. pie free.
)D? IS IIII KltitlT?
4 Hol||lipi| of flic Time Problem i?r|ut
cit i.nit SHpinf'v
Editor* Iulclllccnc^r.
20. Grafton, W. Va., Aupi3t 21.?In re
je. sponso to your problem in the I.vtelu
ml r,encer of the 17th inst; "supposing a mat
c>> t0 k? s*fttioncd on the equator, and to star
Monday morning at sunrise to wall
by around the earth (supposing such a jour
ncy was possible,) walking with the sun;
(keeping puce with the sun) at what point
on tho equator will ho meet with a man
who will tell hint it is Tuesday.
He will meet his man ou the one
hundred and eightieth meridian of longitude
Meat from Greenwich, between the
Friendly nnd Mulgravo island*, in tho
Pacific Ocean, tip to which j>oint it would =
be sunrise on Monday. .Should ho ask a
person'east of the line, what is tho day of
the week? the answer would be, Monday.
Immediately after crossing the line, should
he usk the "name question, Uie answer _
would bo Tuesday (sunrise on Tuesday)
This may seem strange to those ^
who have never examined tho subject, but
it is nevertheless true. It is evident to all
u-lin iivap uitvtt tli>. siiliiM'l rnniiiil?nillnii
that the day and date must change at some
time aud at Home place, and this poiut was
wisely chosen by aeientists for the purpose,
for the reason that this section is letw inhabited
than any other on the face of the
Klobe, and woulil cause less trouble to business
interests by the confusion of dates
than if the change occutred in a more
densely populated section
If any one doubts the above theory, he
will bo" convinced of its coirectncM by
consulting a mup of the world.on tho Mer?
cator's projection. Let him put his finger
down on the eightieth meridian of longi- '
tude west from Greenwich, and imagine
himself traveling westward,bearing in mind
that it is sunrise on Monday, let him report
sunrise on Monday at every meridian line
until tho one hundred and e/ghtfefh is
Teached, when ho must change,his,tsong
and say sunrise on Tuesday, follow on to
the left of the map, then btgiu on the righ
of the map and ejiv sunrise on Tuesday
continue ou until the eightieth meridian is
ayain reached, the point of starting, and he
will find himself back again from a twentyfour
hours trip traveling with ttio sun and
it is Tuesday morning.
It is the custom of seamen when this line
is reached, traveling westward, to at once gn
niovo tlipir i'.ilnniliir fnrvvunl mil* ilni'. nr ll'
if traveling eastward to setback one clay.
.Very respectfully, jci
Chas. ii. buknukl.
IIorxrunTn Acid l>ho<t|iliuloiii I>jN|>e|mla.
Dr. A. Jenkins, Oreat Fulls, X. H. says:
"I have prescribed it and can testify to its
seemingly almost specific virtues in ca.wscf
dyspepsia, nervousness and morbid vigilance
of wakefulness."
Why Will Ton
Allow a cold to advance in your system and
thus encourage more serious maladies, such
as Pneumonia, Hemorrages and Lung
troubles when an immediate relief can be so
readily attained? Boschek'b German 8racr
lias gained the largest sale in the world for the
cure of Coughs. Colds and the severest Lung
Diseases. It is Dr. Boschee's famous German
presciption, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and ne fear need be entertained in administering
it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale of this medicine is unprecedented.
Since first introduced there has
oeen a constant increasing demand and withant
a single report of failure to do its work in
bnycase. Ask your Druggist as to the trath
of these reiuarka. Large sites 75 cents. Try
itand becouvince^. rrh64W
A Wine Woman
Will try and preserve her charms. She may
lack classic outline of form, but she should c
useSozodont, and retain the beauty and use- j
fulnessof her teeth. a line set of teeth is
one of the highest charms. So/.odont will \
do this work. j
A suee, positive cure for costiveness, Max j
ali " '
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat should be t
stopped. Neglect frequently results in an "
incurable Lung disease or Consumption. :
Brown's Bronchial Troches do not disorder
I the stoniocli like cough syrups and balsams, {
but acts directly on the inflamed parts, allay- 1
ing irritation, gives relief in Asthma, Bronchitis.
Coughs, Catarrh, and the Throattroub- . 1
lea which singers and public speakers are ,
subject to. For thirty years Crown's Bron-. ?
chial Troches have been recommended by
physicians, and,have always given perfect __
satisfaction. Having been tested by wide and ~~
constant use for nearly an eniire generation
they have attained well-merited rank among !
the few staple remedies.of'the age. Sold at
25 cents a box everywhere. rrh6?w
r ri-rKotinl!. To Jlen Only !
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will
send Dr. Dye's 'Cclebrattd Electro-Voltaic
Belts and Electric Appliances on trial for
thirty days to men (young or old) who are
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality
ami Manbood, and kindred troubles, guaranteeing
speedy and complete restoration of
health and manly vigor. Address as above.
N. B.?No risk is incurred, as thirty days'
trial is allowed. tt&iw
"Hackjiktack," a lasting and fragrant perfume.
Price'25 and 50 cents.
SitiLou's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bronchitis.
Fop. DvsrsrsiA and Liver Complaint, you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle of 1
Shiloh's V'italiaer. It never fails to cure,
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of ^
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. ?
Sold by 15 Booking, agent, under Odd Fel*
low's Hall, and by B. H. List, 1010 Main
street. ' *
Go to your druggist for Mrs. Freeman'a J
Ksor Knlinnnl Di'w Fnr Kriirli(no? ?nil /Jnf. fi
ability of color are unequaled. Color from J*
two to five pounds. Directions in English x
and German, l'nce 15 cents. daw lr
Doctor bills are abominable and not needed
in kidney and liver affections, as Peruna
and Manalin will cure tbein.
Tuc IUy. Gpq. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: ''Both hiysolf and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure."
A he you made miserable by Indipestfon,
Constipation. Dizziness. Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive _
cure. . ~
Why wii l you cough when Shiloh's Cure |
will give immediate relief, l'rice 10 cts., 50
cts. and $L i
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy?a posjtjve cure
for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth.
Sold by E. Bocking, agent, under Odd Fel- i
low's Hall, and by R. H. List, 1Q10 Main
street. '
Visible Improvement. ~
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmira, X. Y., writes:
"About four years ago .1 had an attack of bilious
fever,' and never, fully recovered. I
My digestive organs were weakened, and I i
would be completely prostrated for day-. S
After using two bottles of voiir Burdock 1
Blood Bitters the improvement was so visible j
that I was astonished. I ct.n now, though 61 1
years of ace, do a fair and reasonable day's 1
work." Price $1 00. J
An Old Friend. |
lie tvuj uiuicivu wuu a juiue oiick unu gen:
eral debility: he was recommended Tbomasj'
Eplectrlc Oil. whlph cjjredblm qt qncc. Thia
famous specific is a positive remedy for bodily
pain. ' 1
"Ituclinptllm.**
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidr
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases, . fl.
Druggists. , ^
p?J"Ask yourdruggistforacopy of "Young
Men's Friend"?andrttul it! . ,
Ok* hondrkd pollaes reward for a betifr '
remedy. Williams' Indian -Pile Ointment ia
fnr;Pi|M TLfcw;
*?*X3 33 ' /'.
I IMPERISHABLE ]
' PERFUME.
r Cc^BSSXf^tn t , ;
Murray a Ianiran's 1
I FLOTiJeA WATER. 1
r?. i r WATr mw **. *nr? ^
cesi icr jyiLti, bAl n ;
i and HArJDKZRCHIEF.
. -1
1 Ocean Pa*Mge Tickets to and froiu Europe *
t at lowe4 rates issued l?y
' H. F. B Eli REN'S,
ntig 17. 2217 Market Street i
PITTSBURGH F
and PITTSBURGH CON
t One II and rat full Mitnic L
Rercn distinct nchnoK Twontr-cl*ht leachti
lnLltwml Arw, Muiir. Urawliie. Painting, Kluc
Work. <1iar*w? l?? limn anv<qu?l nctiuul la t
U-iiibcr filb. bead for new CaUuugua to
III pr> (>)"n In Jlolh Srjrrt. Ma?l
VY LO I UfCr-MMt* TO TKACIIKMI.
Muiical LonMrrriitvry in the Winpi
Yountf iwrvmiiif limltcrf mean* Ji 11\ WI
b* lU O. H. n. Collegeyear begin* >et?t. 4th,
lirii etc., adJrct* lluu uril N. Udgcn, I'rt
BAKING POWDER,
11 Sill
ifif W af
Tbla tmiUjc rowtier i. io?ie tnm ?vrlcU7 poro
ipe crcnm Urtcr, and every can la warranted to
LANG. GRABS d. BAIRD,
SfANafAcroRMi,
9} t|W Vulu ?trcft. Whoellni.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
or.Priee's
^ spec i al. *
fliifiTOESN?
EXTRACTS.
Prepared from tha choicest Fruits, with
iut coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artifieal
Essences. Always uniform in strength,
vithout any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua!ty.
Admitted by all who have used them
is the most delicate, grateful and natural
lav or for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
MANUFACTURED BY
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., tind St. Louis, Mo.,
lapatla V???t C???, Dr. I*rl<r'? Cr?a? StUac
aal Ilr. frlra'a Calqaa I'erfa ??!.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADECOODS.
MEDICAL.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Edmund
xklng, Agt..anilCbiirlc? Mocnkeinoellor. Aneau,
' IWJtha*
ff FKie!
RELIABLE SELF-GliRE
? a favorite ph-scrlptlnn of one of the
lost nolrtl am! mxc?sful ?pecUll?ts In the U.S.
iow r?tlre<li lbrthf?ciir?of.Vrrroi?? iirhilitu,
,n?f .Viijihomt. XIVii&iir** ami ttrruu. f*al
i plaln8ea!e<lei>vt*t{>e/re?f. DrupRlsujran milt.
Addfois DR. WARD & CO.. Louuiana. Mo.
HARRIS REMEDY CO./IiKSfti.
OUT* tV*nUu J S.U I'rap'i hi
RiOf.H?8irr?3IIUEiii!SCDr
fr?a J-ttioji aa4 i'fcjtical lf?WU
tjr. Irrmalore fUfcamlWa tod
ihflr mtar fnn^nraet*.
_ ? *f* qulcklj anl radlcallf curr-l.
Tt? JUnirty |i pm e? In toica. No. 1 (laillbf ? mcutb), Ji,
." .2(eiy?mb to tUrfta ratr, idImi In *-??rr c *???.) f it
(liiflet thrr* nx-iibi). $1. 8<nt bj mill in pliio ?uaf>t*r?.
UlrrflUM. f.r 1 >'n>? ?ir?tapia> ???U Hut. fir..; Ot <1? >et\ '
ttc< IMil'itw a?3 malt of cart manful on tnln?iU*v
c<smjto
loo* ?Jjxr.rot* in curia* "liwa?t? Uir IIIuihI, KUin and
lf??.-.N'cr?ou? IK-Lllltj. Jratiotcnrj. Orranln
tcnnrM, Gonorrlirru, fjplillltlp anJ Mt-rrurlul
Aurrtlon* ?perlnllj trralnl on tclftllAe principle,
?llh u> tod ture rrf?rtl??. Call c* write fgr Liu ! Qm*.
Unci lob* ?ni?trrJb/ itx??4ttirl<<{ lr*aUDeM (j s^i.
(Nf?u?*?air?riac tr*m K??t?rr ?>o?W *** Ibflr ?JJms\
??J Irani HDIIuif la iW.lraJianiajr. lll.Mlalru./
ftJUr^a, lUf. JIJ TTS ?* * ?**?. SI- 51. leaU, J^o.
ESTABLISHED OVEK T1HUTV VKAltS.
PHQTiQOnAPWTt
jffii
Photographic Studio,
1205 MARKET STREET,
W? OppoMto McLure House.
""I RAYON PORTRAITS AT
^ . ?
1YLES' ART STUDIO,
So. 2IM MA1.V RTRRET.
pLPMMEft
Ilia ibc Largett am! Finest
Photograph Gr cillery
IX TUB CITY.
E?t$0.00 Cabinet* ealy #::.oo per doian.
jc3 H:ts M a IV KTKKKT.
WNTED AGENTS KoVlnouVuAws!
JESSEIFRA'NK JAMES
Written by the Wife and Mother!
Th? only I.tfn antboriMd by Item. and nhlcb I* not a
Ploo*! *ad Thundur' ?tory,*tich ?? other* hut TRUE
LIFE, by ih* only t*r*oo? In t-?M?<*?ioa *?f tM a
Altbfal WIFE >ad MOTHER! Truth moto lnl?re?ta:
tr.an fiction. Aemu ihoulil nuily for clrralan nnJ
x>otlilantUI i?nn? now. S*nd (or tmmxfta* fcan\ '
U. H. CHAMPERS A. 9Q.,STrLC0Ib.MQ.
QOG COLLARS,
POO MUJr/,EL9, PQQ CHAINS, ?
The larRMt assortment in thecily at th
lardware and HousefnrnUhinjj Store of
XRSBITT it BRO.,
iylfl' 1312 Market Street
POSTERS. HANGERS, CARDS, ETC
in ?tyl? that wn'tl-e l**t, at the Dally Intc
gcacer Job Office.
. - ' v
EMALE COLLEGE
SERVATORYof music.
?j?onf ftr Eighteen Dollars.
*. Att*n<lane? mat yearm ftaprrtor dmnfiwcn
tillon, Modern Lanfuutea, NwMl^Work, And ?u
[ healthful nnd beautiful location. Unequaud IN*
Jtrtt and Chenj/r*! Coll*ye nnd only flril-cliu
I|k91 A State. Laknut, I'KACticAL.THOKai-iiii,
HUM ihould writ* at once. Eaty of Aectmm
, I orc*talf?|fiie?.ciroi.^%^| I r/\r
Flemlnfton, NV y- ^LLt'itl
, PROFESSIONAL CARDS*
IIJI1IE YELLOWSTONE VALLEY.
ur.KSDivi, m. t.. July 1,1&82. :
Hating removed fn.in Wot Vlreinla, to Uio great :
Yellcatuue Valley in Montana Territory, where 1 f
propose to make my home for the futuie, and en* .
KSrc In the Real >tUtc Buslncai, m:ua> I Ionic- ?
itends foravttleis, on Uoveriiineut Lauds. also ao>
cure farms from too Northern I'alAc Kallroad for "
settlers. so thry Mill have a place to locate ou arrl*
val, without the trouble or cxpenae of huntiug a .
desirable location.
1 witl buy and m>11 all kinds of Real Estate for v
uon-rtvldcnU na well aa cltlzeni of the Territory.
opportuultlw tineicielled to purchase the beat g
Uuus, uow ult'ered for a*lo at low prict*. which iu n
year or two will be worth live to teu time* their c
prvwnt cost. My facllltlra for transacting builnens
with the U. 8. Land Office unsurpasN.il. Charges ?
moderate. Correspondence solicited. '
GEO. K. TlNQLE. K
jytPAW Glendlve.M. T. (;
^LEXANDER BONE, SR., t
NOTARY PUBLIC. LICEN8KD GENERAL BD81- I
NBfc \rfu REAL ESTATE AGENT. C
Loan* negotiated, stocks bought and sold.mw
chants' mid maunfacturera'bookaopeneti.cxa^iui**. ft
and closed. KsUlu* scttlinl. uoU*, book account*
and ronta oollocted. liouaoa rented and loaned g
Collectlona promptly remitted. Adrancea made c
All bUfclnttMconi^pondunoeounfldentiallyatteiido^ to.
Scud for circular to rvferenc<?. ISIS Market _i
street, (Cnusicle'a Block,) over City Bank, Wheeling, Ji
**. Va " jaC u
| I AtU1*3 VI IIjVjII IwlO 11
U ll
Civil Engineer, 8urveyer and Examiner n
of Land Titles. 1 .
i tl
OrKice:? i'i- TwjIUIi , Street, "NVIicellnp, ?
I W. Va. Telephone. No. 5:?. . an 17.
TJ{. CAMDEN, M. D., J
1'liyNlciaii a nil Surgeon.
Residence *nd ofllce No. 105 Fourteenth itreet
Ofllce al?oat 1133 Chapllnc street.
Telephone No. C-61 and So. 14.
Calla promptly iniwerot tnf23 ~
J^R, J. B. REED ]
Has removed his ofllce and residence from J
the Eighth ward to the corner of Twenty- 8
second and Chapline streets, Fifth ward.
Office hours?7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 r. m., 7 to 9
f. m. Telephone ? 16. my30
GO. SMITH,
w
Ileal Estate, Bond & Stock Broker. 11
Special attention given to collecting renti and thi
icneral management of Real Estate. G
mhl V&0 Main itfDct, Wheeling. W. Va
piiOFKSSIO.NAL.. ^
DR. HUI.LIilEV hss returned to the city ?nd re &
mimed the practice of medicine and surgery. Ht
can be found at th? PI
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. N
over the City Hank. Market street. mv8
? ,, a
_Bl>SINESS CAHDS.
gTEPHEN McCOLLOUGH, * ~
Carpenter and Uullder. ~
Brick Building* erected complete in tU molea ?
Improvement*. Al*o wooden bulldinpt fitted uj a
complete on lot. Wooden bulidlnc* friuned ana
fitted un In yard at work *hop and taken to am
part and completed. ??n reasonable term*. All al 7.
tcratioiiKmadeoa old building*, roofs valleys and v
sky-lisht* particularly attended to. De*kn. counters n.
and shelving fitted up on short notiec; ?ore front*
put la and stores altered. Residence No. 89 Six
toentrt street, formerly occupied by Mr. Ben Eiley
3f,op In rear of Capitol, on Alley 13. myll ^
^yilEEUNG BOILER WOCKS. h
Manufacturers 0' portable, stationary. murim ,
boilers, bre?-elflnK. chlranev*, tank#, Mills, door*
shutters ami all kinds of liCHvy fliect iron work qi
Dealer* in accoud hand bo'lers. For Information
apply to COX it MORRIsON, ir
.; No. 160G Market itrcct. Telephone
C-21. RcpaiKupeclal attention..Tcnw
KMsonu'dc. . myl9 01
Y) C. LIST, JR., v J
fork; packer "
?.nd carer of the oelebratcd CHESTER MEA1> L
which are now ready and for sale al
28 FOURTEENTH STREET.
My 8. C. Meats are all branded. "Llst'a Chester.'
*p3
J M. CLOUSTON, 8
or a lih r? j
tiraln,Grotirid Fowl, Qnlcd Iluy, Straw '
; South Street, New Market Strvet Bridge, (
Vill pay the highest ma fleet price for wheat, con '
nnd nnt*. Ul*
n
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
JOHN M. IIOON & CO , - .
1160 SIAJN 8TREET, P
Dealers In Urnln, Provisions and Oils, In *
Car Lots. b
Order? placrd for SPECULATION in Grain, Pro 5
vWonf, Oil Hud Stocks on margin in Ejehangw at ?
Chicago,'New York and Oil City. - I
Chicago Correspondent*?B. Davenport & Co.. M i
S. NIcho'j 4i Co. jel_ ?
B. Dav*npobt, C. B. Egolbttok, ij
General. Of D. Egglwton & Bon, Special E
11. DAVENPOIIT ?& CO., J
COMMISSION
Dcaleri in Grain, Flour, Seed*, ProvWoni, Cheett and
Dried Fruita.
o w Washington ?T.. cmnA?n j
J
ATTORNEYS. _ '
^.EO: R K. GILCHWST,m ]
AilUIUICI A.1 LAn, r
Office with Taylor & Barr, t
No. 42 Twelfth Street. .
Admiralty and Maritime Law a spcdaJty. CoDec r
Uong promptly made. aa24 j
JR. COWDEN, I
ATTORNEY AT LAW.*
No. 1222 Chapllne St, Wheeling. W. Va my*l >
Hannibal forues. i
ATTORNSV AT LAW.
Oflicc. Cui'-cm Mouse. Wheeling, w. Va }a? 1
TAMES P.. KOGEK.S,
O ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 1207 Chapllne St., oppoilte the Oaart Home
WhecUnR, W. Va. fe30 :
ANIEL LAXfST
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 131S Sfarkot strict, (over City Bank,) whea)
lag w. Va.
WJ. W. .COWDEN, c
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, No. 1222 Chapllne St,, Wheellnf, W. Va. \
Prompt attention In all ly7rva* ^
LEGAL NOTICES.
QOM MISSIONER'S SALEl $
Hy virtue of adccreeof the Municipal Court of J
Wheeling, cntervd In the cause oi Airuu E Nolle. I
Ac., against Frederlka Nolte e; ?l. on the '
JOth day of July, A. !>.. 1$K, ihe undeislRned
Special Commluloner will, on Vvkpnehd.y, the 6th
D*y.ok Skpx* nKK, A. D.. 1832, commencing at
lOo'ul^ik a..*., ut the front door of the Court
House of f hlo count). prix-eed to sell at public
aucilon to ihe hlchest and bt?t tyildrr, the .follow- C
Ing described rwtTwtJitc. viz; Lot 12 In Mjuate 30,
In the town of South Wto^lng, Ohio county, Weil [
Virginia. *
Tpava .flf SAtK.~Ono-th|rd nj the purchase
rao ey. or k> much more the purchaser rusy elect
to pay wuh. and the tulance In two eoual iiutall- J
mentii payable In Mx Hnd twelve months from day a
of Nile, with Interest, and to bo evidenced by note* *
.with good per*o??l K-vuilty. Title to l?e retained >
till payment of w?ld notes. T. J. 11 CO Us,
Special Commissioner. :
Ha Auctioneer.
I ccrtlfy thtt hoad.an<l Mcuiily u required by
been given ! the above cum: by idq >?|d 1. :
J. Hugo*, Special CoramlsMoner.
THQMAM X DAP.RAn, ,
1 ftn.1 Clerk Muni'ipitHVmrtnf Wheeling.
INCREASE
VOVU CAPITAL.
1 mlu . Tbo> tlfiirinc i<i uinkc monrr
^ ?>n ft uttil nnu imylimti investment*
^ 'in rtoiu. provi>t'H? ami itoeU
U?"Sga hliiK-'tiluilo: *. can <io to by ojxir* 1
era/JraQ atluconniirplnu. From May l?t? 1
1 .-81. to xlic present (Into, on in*
vrttnxcnu of 5l<i.uo tofl.noo, ca?0
WHEAT Pr>ft" l>avo l?i?n realized an<i
to investor* amountinc tc
$__ _ '.?er*ral time# tno ortrinal invent*
ECr aicnv. *t:il Inivlns thooncinRlin*
jTBGU vcstuient inakiiic money, or ray**"**
able on rietnawL. Explanatory ci? ;
culars an t Atntenicnti of (nml X
10UC fr,,p- Wo want rr*pon?ibi*
uu flaunt*. who will.report,on cropa
. , _ _ aud intruiuco tbo.plnn. MUral
Cra?u5fl c-jnimU* on* paid. . Address,
asUlii k siKttiiUM. r??.
.Vxjar Work,
' t'lil????. III.
QUANGKS AXD LEMONS. I
50 BOXES RODI ORANGES.
50 ROXES MENTOX LEMONS,
e *
Just arrived.
r. 1ST. SCHULZ,
I. .
auli 1319 Market Street
\
TRANSPOHTATIO N,
ITTSnUUGH, UlMjJ5 N ATJ A 8T
LOUIS HAlLWAY?l'A.NHANIU.K JtOUTttl
Time table for Emt and \V?icorrected to JUNK
Ith, lSJtt
Train* leave Panhandle I>epot. foot uf Eleventh
itrwt. npar llibllc (JUidlng, dalljr, eiroj'l Sunday*
n follow*:
" I'ltu. Hut Kaii 1-ac I AVr
Wheeling Tlmo. Kxp'? Kxj?> Exji> Kxp> c'm'n,
Leave? Ia. M. r.M. r.k. a.m. r. v.
Wheeling 6:JA 1:67 4:17 8:W 5:17
Arrive?
VelUuurx...MMM<.M... 7:to TiW 4Wj tr.W 7:1H
Iteu'x-nville... ... 7:36 0:10 fctoi 8;1U
HUtmifh lftw 6:la 7:ao .. ...
r. m. a. w.
Urrtiburg^..*. 11:16 ... 4;I ..........
ialUmorv. 7:45 IHMM
k. M.
Vxshinrtou........ ........ ...... 9 l.'?
hlladtlnhlt........ 1JA ....... .7:50,
few York.....~. 6.1.' 11:15
lortoa ........?1^^.?| 1:001..^.
UQ1M* *?.?+ -
1'AC. I ClU. I *>C?l At- Al?
Kxj? i Kxtrfcj NaII o'm'j o'in'u
Leave? A. v. | r. u. I a. m. r. x. f. *.
k'hofllng...^.~. ?.6.'j 4:l7j fclfcj 1:6*. 6:47
leuUnrtllo ..... 9:Sft| 5:d 7:56 3:10 1:10
11:45 6:00 B:.W ......?
p. *.
^ UIMDm. 12:01 8:1ft 6:31
A. M.
ewirk 2;2\ 2M0 ......
blumbua..<MM. t:30 fc46 ....~.. lfta .........
LenTfr? 4. ?. *. v.
Oluinbua....^........ &&C S:W 8:?V. 0:55
Arrlvt*- r. h.
tyton ...... 6:2& 7:00* 7:0 1:::0
Inclnnatl 8;Qo J. 4:00 WO
P.M.
idlanapoH* 10:AO 12:30 C:C0
x. u. - P. *.
t LquIa ............ 7:3*- fcto art ...mm.
hlcago J 7:8? 7:'1> 7:V
bumiay uxprvM leaves Wheeling at nw a. k., *7Ives
Weibburg 9:2* a. M.. b'leubcnvllle 9:M a.
taking cIom; connection for western point*
Traluii leaving Colutabui at S:.V) P. M. and 3:f>.S >,
..run dully. Through Chicago Extuvs* lean a
olumbua daily, except Hundajr. at &:&) k *., with
taping cur attached, arriving in Chicago at 7:Sfl
ext morning. North* can be iwmred In advance *
nlon Depot Ticket Ofttcv. Columbus.
Pullman'! lVlmw Dtuwlng Room SlecplUK CVa
irouvh without chango from Htoubeuvllic Last to
hUaaelphia aud Sew York. West to Columbia,
Inclnnatl, LoulnvUls, lndl&napolia and St. Loulr.
For through ticket*, bngvafie checks, sleeping cur
aoommodatloua, and ant further Information,
ly to JNO. O.TOM LINTON. Ticket Agent, at Panandle
Depot, foot of Eleventh street, or at City
iciet Offloe, under McLttrv Houie, >\n-?-llng.
JAMES McCKKA.
AiBiiRRor. ?w?muu?, Ohio.
K. A. FOKD,
Oen'l Paw, and Tlckct Anent. Phuhcrgh, Pa.
gALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD CO.
^
Ou and after M?jr21, lHf2. |>?oeeng?jr tralui *111
in aa foUoxre?Wheeling Time: '
*l*t xanxn No 43-' No * No- li^O-iriN'o. 3
xitT BOUM9. I/CA, D&U). Daily |??J1/
Leave? a.m. t.k, a. m r. v j r. .v.
"heeling 7-1& 1 :i> S:M frir. cu
dial re 7 X 1:45 9:M 3.60 &.-.U
AniVM *i- *
p. * 1
rafUra ? 3 10 5.4.S 1:00 7:1" 9.ro '
lmbcrlacd* 9:2U 4:-?7 _| 1^0
p.*. i
a*hinglon Ciij - Vtlo - ?!/ i '*
Ullmore - 3'20 11:CC 7:15
liUdeinhla 7-40 \*K | 7-':.V)
ewYork. 10-.50 fc-'li 3 .'0
?. M. AM.
*ton I'J' i (>I5
Dally except .Sunday.
No. 43 and No. 9 stop nt nil Stations
Dnttvn TC- NO. 2 No. S No. 10
westbound. No,clDaUy (Daily jDally
Leave? r. m. a. m. | r. m. p. m.
"heeling 4 Of. 9;:?, i:.% U:Jfi
ellalre _ WOi 10:10 2:10 11:M
Arrive at? |P.i(.
a.m.
Uitaville ... 8:10, 12:55 5 0."> 11T?
ewark.._ LWr, t:lC .4:10
Onmhni ' --'"I ?
A.v. y v.
scilinatl .. .... 8:00 5 u) S;(0
a. 11.
induiky .... 7:00 . < ... > 0:28
p. h. r. m.
idifwapolii. 11:00 12:35 12:1-5
- Loall? k'l.S0 7:55 7:S0
i. m. r. v.
llc*D _ 6:00 8:001 7:M
ansnn ......... ......... K:30 fcrt) ^00
B. A: O. I'aluce, Drawing llyom ^ua Sleeping Or?
i all night tmiliv.
Close connection* are mnde for all point? Sonlh
ad Southwest, North and Northwest, making thU
detflrable route for colooUu and pervrns moving
> the great Wckt, and to whom particular attention
given.
WHEELING, PITTS. AND BALTIMORE D1V.
eavc Wheeling 6:40 a. m.. 1:30 p. u., &:10 r.
No trains run on this DivWon on Sunday.
Ticket* to all principal j>oInt* on raIo, ut Depot,
fflce open at all hours during the dav.
Information to the tnivchng public cheerlnllj
Iven. W. M. CLEMEKTS, M. o! T.
R. T. DKVRIES. Gen'l Agent. Wheeling.
CLEVELAND & l'lTKBUROIl It. K.
Condeu>ed lime Table o{ Pa*fconger Trains, cor
ectcd to J UN E 4.1882.
RIVEU DIVISION?GUISO W]?T.
2d all. ExprCHi. KxprcM.- Accom.
Leave?
ittsburgh 8:00 A. x. l:20p.m. 4:05 r.m
.llerhcny 8:10 " 1:33 4:15 "
Arrive?
lochekter.. S:M " 2:20 " 5:(0 '
eavcr...:.. 8:50 " 2:20 " 5:f-5 " ....
L Llver'l- 9:37 " ?:t'J ' 5:4S " Leave?
relUvllle. 9:48 " 3:lo " 5:tS " 6:40 a.m.
oronlo 1C:27 " 8^ 0 " 6:s'j M 7:c6 "
teuben'e-10:47 " 4:r6 " 6:57 " 7:29 "
l&r'i Fy_11:42 " 5 01 " 7:50 - 8:31 "
irid^eport 11:40 " 5:06 " 7:57 " 8:42 "
iellalre?5:20 *' 8:10 " 8:&5 "
RIVER DlVIRION?GOING EAST.
Acu)n. Mail. ExpreN*. j A'.-o.nt,
Leave?
iellalre? 5:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m. l:40r.M. 4:40p.m.
Arrive?
Iridgeport COO " 11:10 " 150 4:55 "
far'i F'y.- 6:07 11:17 " 1:17 " 5.01 "
teubcnMe. 7:0L " 12:17p.m. 2:45 " 5.58 "
'oronto? 7:20 " 12:30 " 3;t>5 " 6:10 "
Vc4bnrille- 7:40 " 1:15 ' 3:40 ' 6:15 "
!. Llver'L- 8:15 ' 1:49 " 6:15 "
leaver :. 8:19 " 2:26 6:47 "
Lochoter_ 9;C5 " 2:X5 " 6:52 }'r
illeghenv. ifejo " 3:20 " 7:35 ....
Itubursh 10:30 " 3:30 " 7:45 " ,
UrrUbnrg ,...._ 2:S5a.m
laltimore. 7;Q0 "
toblng'n. 8:?l '
'hlladel'C 0M "
iew York. aAX
to* ton...... | 6:10 r. m
>OTB?Tiaiui leaving lielUtre at a. m. *ud
.40 P. u. connect ht Yellow Creek for Cleveland.
All trains tUUy oxccpt Sunday.
E. A FOKD.
Genera] Pa&enger and Ticket Agent.
WM. A. BALDWIN. Mummer. lUM.unrh.
FINANCIAL.
jgANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
IAPITAL. *175,0C6
Tm. A. Iirrr .... ..... . ....Preiideni
V*. B. Simpsoh? .... Vice-President
Does a General Banking Btudnoo.
DnutcrfM:
Tm. A. Isett, I B. Slmpwn,
. A. Miller. | John K. Botxford,
U M. Adami, | Victor Koftenhur?.
lenrT 8peyer, I
mal8 7. P. JEPSON. Caahlrr.
gXCHANGE BASK.
IAPITAL .....tJXM
. N. Vanci ? President '
iauoiLLaDBHU?.^......^...^...w..VIce-P7c>ddent
DtUCTOM.
. N. Vanoe, 8. Horihelracr
I. lAUghlln, W. Kll Ingham;
i. H. Delaplala, A. W. Kelly.
ohn Frew,
M mm? T. lO\y.a fuhli-'.
W1KES AND LIQUORS.
HXS.XKi.Vt. tau kkici. 7bi0. hasku.
D. KEAUS & CO.,
(Bucecwor to H. Schmulbacb A Co.,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN POREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors, Brandy,
GIN, CORDIAL# AND WIDSKI2B,
No. 1133 Marlfct Sti cot,
SUMMER RESORTS.
MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK HOTEL!
Tlie..AKSOciallon.HeadqiiarfGrs.
Now Open JPov GuokIs.
Terms from $2.00 to $3.00 per day.*
For farther Information address,
H. H. TAX-METER,
in '-H'li-iiiKroR.
IIX HEADS. LI-TITKIt 1IKADS, 4c.For
ncnt Bill Head*. letter H'juIk Note
He&dr, Car* \ Ac., ko to the Dilly IntcllJgencer Job
09r?

xml | txt