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ingW^Hher of the mrarsigned^who'will
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The attention of skilled * workman is paf
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David Spaulding, Sleobcnville, 0.
; i Tneophilua Wheeling, NV.'Ya.
Thojnw IMTayJor/btcuberiville, 0. -l;1
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MOUNTAIN I.AKi: *UHK.
Tho Vitriolic Aw^ucluiiuiiH and Tliclr
WorU?A >Voiiihii*n Letter About
Wont ro.
Editor* Intelligencer.
Mountain Lake Park, August 28.?A
Sabbath quiet and peuco seems to reign
ou this the lust day o? tho week. Tho big
box, little box, band-box and buudle, ol
tlie excursionist, 'has in u mauuer disappeared,
but occasional passengers alighting
from trains, wend their way toward hotel
or cottage, as the case may be.
The W. C. T. U. still follow their leader
uud President, Miss Taylor, and euscouso
themselves in the Allegheny House.
I'leasant resting place it js for a weary
hivivii >;uuiu ui iu? tunc; iwuiun Willi
their pretty cottage sets aud decorative
garnishing, would gladden tho heart of
Oscar" himself. Pendants of thistlo down
for chandeliers, ftisliioticd by tho young
folks nro graceful and fanciful ornaments.
The hosts beetu like those of English
homes receiving invited giiefits, so littlo of
the hotel proprietor is to bo 6ceu in their
courteous manner and welcome.
1 havo still kept au eye on the Woman's
Convention and an ear open for their deliberations.
Miss Taylor presided as ouo
who (to quote a country visitor) "knew
how to do the thing." The proceedings
were dosed by votes of thanks to the olliccrs
of the Mountain Park Association, to
tho Y. M. C. A., B. it O. it. \l, i^c., for
sympathy, aid and co-operation. .The invitation
of Dr. ]/)gan, President of tho
Mountain Like Park Association, for the
convention to celebrate its next anniversary
hero was gracefully acknowledged and accepted;
Altogether the Woman's Convention
was a decided success. Tho religious
meeting still continues. Mies Taylor, as
was announced, addressed the audience at
10:30 a. m , lier subject being, "Tho Work
of the. Woman's National Christian Temperance
Union." This she handled ably,
showing their progress and Success in
thirty-two departments of work. Miss
Taylor is an attractive speaker, blending
wit and pathos, now eliciting smiles, and
| again waking thoughts for tears.
She was followed by Mrs. McLeod, Secretary
of Southern work, who .gave, an account
of its introduction into the Southern
States. Mrs. McLoed is a Southern lady, .
and sppko earnestly of her attachment to
the sunny land, in'which, she said, she hail
little left but graves. She gave a brief ac- ,
count ol her travels in the ooutn with Miss
Williard, the National President, resulting ,
in auxiliary organizations in all Southern
States but West Virginia. This State had f
just wheeled into line, and owed to the (
persistent efforts of Miss Smith a work for <
souls rarely equalled. ,
Miss Taylor called on several for brief .
talks, among these Mr. G. \V. Baggs, of j
Wheeling, a maguetic speaker, who won
and held his audience from the.lirst to the
closing word. I
Wheeling contributed also an efficient t
and welcome aid in Melvin Richards, Esq., i
one of Israel's sweet singers, and as F listened
I thought of a saying of an old ]
African, "Dar's many a soul, honey, dat's
horned inter do kingdom, on de songs ob
Zion." - . <
Kev. Mulford, of Wheeling, preached at ]
o p. m. an able and encouraging eerinon :
from the 14th ami 1 Stir verses of the 1st \
chapter of Judges. The comparisons and '
illustrations were apt and forcible, the '
whole discourse impressing his audience <
most favorably. Evening services were :
conducted at I he hotel,, by Mr. .Sheldon, i
Secretary of the Young Men's Christian i
Association, of Baltimore.
Saturday night finds the dwellers on '
these mountains undisturbed by worldly
care or housekeepers' troubles,no demands
for market money to annoy tlie lords of
ercation, no stockings to . be .darned by
their better halves," but quiet, contented,
well-fed and happy .gaining strength for the
work of coming uays?anti pray, Mr. Editor,
which is to be the day of your'coming?
at: kkvoiil
westkitx kkkf i'ok xkw york.
A C'lifmiio Knlrrprinp.
An area that would be called insignitfcant'any
where else is considered very big
in Washington market. A shed that is
now building there, some eighty feet long
by fifteen wide, is looked upon with respect
and astonishment. The shed is in
the west market, clean up against the bulk
head. The spot upon which it is rising lies
for the most'part been used as a dumping
ground. It is far back from West street,
at the end of Broad avenue, which is a
cobble-stone thoroughfare wide enough to
accommodate two baby wagons abreast.
It is an extreme cell in a vast honeycomb
populated by fruit dealers. To^ get to'it
one must pass a long way between hills of
melons, peaches, and other luscious fruit,
classed all together among market men
undrr the general head of "perishable
truck."
The great new shed is building by a Chicago
company which litis regularly leased
the ground of tho city. It is understood
that western beef will be .wholesaled in it.
Rumors were about that Uie established
butchers of the market were violently op
poseu to me scneuie. it was tsaiu lunt tne
new company were to oiler prime cuts of
western beef much below the prices that
the old market men can afford to sell them
for, and that they were going to can the inferior
parts and sell them at a fabulously
cheap rate. The tisli men and the fruit
venders as lately as yesterday were full of
sorrow for their brother? the butchers, who,
they said, wouid of necessity be driven out
of the market,''since nothing and nobody*
could staiid auainst the demand Jor cheap
food.
Inquiry, however, showed .that the
the butchers themselves were not at all
perplexed. Mr. John W. Kettlemau, the
clerk of the market; and* a prominent
butcher there, said yesterday that lie and
his brothers would just as lief buy good
beef of the new company as of'hnyborty.
The company, he said, were to bo wholesalers,
and the market butchers are retaileis.
The butchers are al ways ready to buy
good western beef, because when it comes
it has been about a week killled, and is in
proper condftion to be used as food. Freshly
. killed beef is not fit to eat. Tho only interference
of1 the new company, so far as
Mr. Kettleman could see, would be possibly
with the slaughters up town, and
possibly with those markettnen who sell
the beef furnished them on commission.
But the priirio parts of western beef Mr.
Kettleman said, are likely to be no better
than the inferior parts of the beef of this
section, and lie did not think that any of
the local butchers would be likely to suffer
much by the new enterprise. At any rate,
he and his brother retailers would gladly
acccpt good western beef, for the reason
that it would come to market soven days
killed.?Xrw York Sun.
TIIK SOUND SI.EKI'ER.
A i'oloroU I*rrncliPr Wlio Cnnliiii't Control
IIIiiikpII.
Parson Ilenselev stole a horse, and was arraigned
before the court." 'Tarson," said
the judge, "I have always regarded you as
an honest man, and I'am surprised to see
you here, arrested upon such a charge, and
"with proof so conclusive. Why. did you
* Steal the horse, Parson?"
"ledge, dat word steal, much as.I admires
de flippancy ob der lauguage, Bah, is. jist a
tritle toostifl'for dis heah occasion. Now
- I'll tell yer jist how dis thing occurred. In
de fust place, I'se a sleep-walker. While I
was asleep I went tcr.de stable and tuck
de horse out."
' But the evidence shows that you plowed
the animal awhile*"---'*
V-'Zacklv, sah I'll tell you what's ft fack,!
jedge; las veiy I dropped ofl' terslpep airly j
in de spriug, an' when I woke up . I had
done made a crap." J
"That's all very well, Parson.., The evidence
says that after, plowing the horeo1
awhile you sold him to a chicken peddler."
" 'Zackly, sah. 1*11 tell yer what's a fack.
' jedge; two years ago I went ter, sleep fn'
, when I woke up 1 had sold my steers, got
| de |Ronev. bought a ferry boat, sold hit,
bought q horso, sold hit an' put do money
out at intrust wid a brudderia do church.'
"That's all very straight, parson, but tbo
evidence says that shortly after you sold
the hon?e the owner and a constable came
along. You took to your heels and did not
stop until you were shot in the ariu."
" 'Znckly, euli. I'll tell yer what's a
Jack, ledge; durln' do wah I went ter sleep
one day an' when I woke I foun' dat do
soldiers" had been chaain' me rouu' for
uiore'n a week."
The case wus submitted to tbo jury, and
iu a very short timo a verdict of guilty was
rendered.
"Well, parson," said tho judge, "how
long do you tliiiik you can sleoii?"
"I doan know 'zackly, sail, but I'll tell
yer what 8 a lack, judge-?"
"Never mind any more facts, parson.
We'll just assign you to a ten years' nap.
After this snooze you can no doubt keep
awake. You are all right, I lind.no long
aa you are awake, but you will sleep."
" 'Zackly, Bah. I'll "
"Take him away, Mr. Sheriir."?Jrfmi*
Mir Traveller.
A H'ewt Virginia .Nlury.
Khii&js City Journal.
It,was a Michigan man riding through
West Virginia on horseback,'and one afternoon,
aa lie eaine along to a settler's cabin
on the mouutain road, he asked of a man
tunning over mu gnu*: #
"Can you toll mo how fur it is to the town
ahead?"
"I reckon I kin, stranger. You'll liavo
to peg along for about nine miles yet."
"But it 1b nearly dark. Is there no tavern
on the road?
"Never heard of any,.and I've packed
my corn meal over this road risiii* of twenty
years."
"Jtut perhaps I could put up somewhere?"
"Waps yo could. There's Stove Taylor's
down about four miles, but he'd heat
yo blind on old sledge.. There's Moso
Smith, ainilc uijjh'er, but Moso would feel
offended if ye didn't trade him that boss
for a Htulj-tailed mule. Might put up at
Green's, but there's lots of rattlesnakes
around his place. Kurnel .Johnson's is
down about six miles, but the kurnel would
turu vu all out doors at midnight ifjie
found'that ye didn't vote his way!"
"Hut what am I to do?"
"Waal, I'masquar man, stranger, and
the best I kin do is to ax ye to stop hero
with me, an' to tell ye beforehand that if
ye are awakened in the night by shingles
bein' ripped off and logs pulled down it
wou't be an avalanche nor a cyclone, but
onlv me an1 the old woman ntrvin' fnr ?l?*
two hundredth time siuee the war to .see
who handles the money when I sell two
L'oon-bkins for a dollar.
"1?I guess I'll go on." faltered the
rider.
"Ke-reck! stranger. The last man who
stopped here said he wished he'd have run
he chances with the snakca down at .
Green's an' I gin hint my hand when lie i
ode o(T. I'll! sqar' up and down, as 1 told :
ye, an' Green's is the third cabin on this
oad arter yo cross the creek."
Tirr.sn reasons why Celluloid Kye-0lasses arc j
lie beat: First,because they aro the lightest;
econd, because they are the Immhtomest;
ind third, because they are tbo stroog^t.
Mwr. ;
Meetrlclly hh n Itallroiwt Mollv<> Pernor. '
The Philadelphia Ledger says that it is
jnly about two years since Kdison's ex- i
perimental electric railway wits-built at :
Manlo Park, about the same time that
Siemens was experimenting with a similar 1
line in Berlin, and the first electric railway ;
commercially used was built by Siemens, :
near the saute city, only about oup year
ugo, and yet there are now about one hundred
miles of such roads in working order, ;
authorized or in course of construction.
There are short roads in use in Germany,
Holland and Ireland, and roads are
projected or in course ol construction in
Austria, England, Italy, the United
States and Wales. The line in Wales is
the largrst enterprise of the kind, and one
of the most enterprising because it is proposed
to run the dynamo-electric machines
by water power. The road is to be nearly
forty miles in length. It appears, therefore,
that electric railways are getting along
rather faster than steam roads did during
their infancy, and it is not impossible that,
at the end of another fifty years, electric
roads may be counting up their mileage
by tens of thousands of miles in some
future Poor's Manual.
From Kmiiicnl Dr. 4*. ('. Cliirli, <Kwrgo,
S. V. "
"Colden's Liquid Beef Tonic is by far the
beat of nil preparations of the kind?food
and tonic?tbut I have ever used. .To the
sufferer from chronic diseases, or to the convalescent^
is invaluable, as it is both
nourishing and strengthening. (Take no
other.) Of druggists.
That hacking cougli can be quickly cure
by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
"Wu.Lyou suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? Shiloh's Vitaiizer is guaranteed
to cure you.
Si.ef.ri,ess nights, made miserable by that
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy
for you.
Catarru cured, healih and sweet breath secured
by Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy. Price 50
cents. Nasal Injector free.
Sold by E. Docking, agent, tinder Odd Hel1
lows' Hall, and by It. 11. List, 1010 Main
street. ' Eowimv
.HiiKlc in Ihv XliK'lernili t'ciilur.v.
X. McHea, Wyebridge, Ontario, writea: "I
have sold large quantities of Dr. Thouius' KclectricOil;
it is used for colds, sore thioat,
croup, etc.,and, in fact,for any affection of the
throat it works like tuagig. It is a sure cure
for burns, woumls and bruises."
Glenn's Sumicn So.\r purifies the skin.
Hill's Hair Dye and Whisker Dye, f>0 cts.
Pike's Toothache Drops euro in one minute.
MidhmtMollimli Mollirrn!
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
-.>ot V.,. ? ?U!I.I ?..ir I- 1 1
;uui iwv vjj \.iiiiitniitic< III^ uiui crying
with the excruciating puin of cutting teeth l
If so. go at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately?depend
upon it; there is no mistake about it. There
is not a mother on earth who bus ever used
it, who' will not tell you at once that it will
regulate.-, the bowels, and give rest to the
mother and relief and health to,the child,
operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to
use in ill cases, and pleasant to the taste, and
is the prescription of one of the oldest best
female phvsicians and nurses in the United
States. Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
MWFAW
Palpitation of the llrart.
J. M. Might, Syracuse, \\, writes:
"When I first commenced using yotiT Burdock
Uluod Hitters I wns troubled with Iltitttring
and palpitation of the heart. I felt
weak and languid, with a numbness of the
limbs; since using,my heart has not troubled
me, anil the numbing sensation has gone."
Price $100.
For lame Back. Side or Chest use Shiloh's
Porous. Piaster. Price 25 cents.
Sim oil's Cough and Consumption Curo is
sqldby uh on a guarantee. It cures consumption.
Siiit/iit'n Vltallzcr is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite. Dizzlnefcsand
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Prico 10 and 75
cents per bottle.
Croit, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Sold by E. Bockiog. agent, under Odd Fellows'
Hall, and by.K. H. hist, 1010 Main
street. ' Eowintw
^ETAsk your druggist fora copy of "Young
Men's Friend"?and r?td it.'
To strengthen and build up the system, a
single trial will convince you that Brown's
| Iron Bitters are the best medicine made.
. Go to your druggist for Mrs. Freeman's
) New National Uvea. For brightness and durability
of color'are unequaled. Color from
two to five pounds. Directions in English
end German. Price 15 cents. w.w
One hdndiucd oollacs reward for a better
remedy. . Williams'Indian Pile Ointment is
?anr?;rurp for PilfM. "
?50*100 $ioO>:MO $500.
p:ol options is wall street.
STOCK i:XClIAXOE KF.CIIRI riEff.
Thebo?tand sifest plan ever deviled for mallng
lame profits from umall investments, with pent rapidity.
Explanatory Book Mint free. Addict*,
KHGAR GRAY <fc CO., Runkem.
au26 Post Building, 16418 Exchange Place, N. Y.
riNAS<l\r. AM) lOHJfKKriAL.
York .'Jonry nml Ntorba.
Sun* York, Aupuit 29.?Moncjr 4t7 rcr cent,
cloning ut o?7 k*j c*nt. i'riino narrnntlle i?aj?cr ft
|>crwont. Sterling Kxclwnce titflkcn' bills steady
Mt >4 MM; dcnuiia '
GovKnNMi.iB-Uouorally unchanged. u
U. 8. fit, uxtuniU'<lH.lOI iLchljih <L Wilkui.... .107
U. H. 5*, uxt?nileU...,JOIlt hu J', .u 8. C. ill)
U, 8. 4lv. COU|M)tu...il4%|(I. I1, bond*, tlntU.....ll?l, a
U. H. it, coin?itiK.?...uy;,!lJ. I'. IjiiiiI l.r? !
I'nclflc fii of "Jj .1.10 III. I*.linking fniuL.I-Vji
Control l'trillflUftOtJIft TeXM Hot* l.\ii?U'l?... M
Krlo - if"1, ' ilo. tllojir.iii'lc dir... M3
iJITciwl I '
KtiU'iio IJojiM-atrong.
htatc Eqmt-Duiir"
Louisiana cohm!i?... 07 |VlrzlnU G? .25 Mlnourl'm
lUSjf Virginia iniiimiN, ?*
81. Jinvpli ..Ill I tra tiut.ihill|Mitu... bS\t
Turuiivt-j in dofeirwl,.... 12^
Tounchrce (K no*... W^|
kT.U'L'l Tint >1 I I... .l.lni> Una .1 Ml.tf
ntiii allowed an advanc* from the. riming of yuterday
uf y,*lH |'cr (will, thti latter f ir Can ul.t Mtiiihem.
In iheenrly tr.de the inaiket wua buoyant.
Al ll:U'i ait ailvanco tcuk |il?f? ranijlt'g front to
a per rem. 0.,0.. U. .A I., Hlrhnioiid Oauvllie,
Mletil^iii<'viilrrtl,NevvJerM-yCentral,mid WMunh
preferred bciuu ini*t cuii?|?Iciiouh At noon bpteu*
lutluti became <j til tier Prices fell o(T psr
tviit, flie Utter fur Canada SnutliTii. while C, C.,.
C. A 1 *old down 1?$ |?crivnt. but Iinnic4iatcly recovered.
StiiM?4iUi'iuly there waa n n?lly of ,HalV?
|>cr cent, WabaMi preferred leading Uio upward
ttint, but prim agaiu receded *(?> IH.T cciit, tlio
Utter for 1'cnvorA Itlo (J.nude, in tlio late trade
h general advance of MaljJS per rent ?'?? recirded.
In which loiil-vlilo it N.ichvll!o, f.ake Erlo A:
tVeai*>rii, Ijikofhoie, and New Jersey 0 Mitral wcru
ino*tcnifplcu'iuj, niter which lu-re was* f-nrilutial
decline, followed lit the llnal dea'lngi hy a recovery,
mid tlte nimket cli led aim g.
Train u Mont 3-W.aO thai **.
Adam* iiprtm J-W N'aMi. AChatt f.j
American Ezprota... 1U Vetv Jersey Cent
Canada Southern ?BI'< Northern Pacific Mk
C.C. A I. 0...... do. preferred vift
Central Pacific OiJi Northwcateru 145
Chesapeake A Ohio, .'I do.preferred IC'j
do. litpreferred-.. 37>J New York Central...!?!
do. id preferred 25 Ohio Central?....... 117*4
0? C., c. a I u OhloA Mlu. J
Denver A it. G 57U da preferred lu't
Erie ....U - Pacific Mall 41^
do. preferred i'Jj-i C. A!' 127
Fort Wayne ir.fi Heading U)}{,
llan. A St. Jowplu.. M au L. <*S. F....
do. preferred 'Jlj-i do. pteferied &?5-?
Kansa* A i'aclflc S9^8L Paul
Lake Erie A ~ Hit | do. preferred ISflft
LakoShore 11'/%|rotas Pacific--......-. 52%
LouUrlllo A Naah..- 72?i Union i'acitlo..... lifAt p
L. N.A. A 0 7.' United Stall* Kz HK2 g|
M.AC. htprera..._llfi VV.. St. L. A P uv.i
do. 2'l pref'd ?IM do. preferred - Ct'0%
Mem. AChos Well*. Vnrgo Ex -13? jt
Michigan central WsiWcatern Union...'. SVjg r
Mo. Pacific lOttJil Offered.
Ssw VoaK, Atigtut 29.?Cot Ion firm nt 12 15-lGa
13Jfe: futures Uaruiy ? eadv. Flour dull: rcoeipta
and wotern 13 Timi 50; cotniiou togtNHi Jisotvi);
Kood to choice S5 whltu wheat extra I" iVu
?OJ: extra Olilo ?i COa" 5>:a? IwmU 51 o n<
Minncoti pituzil proceus 87 COh.s 50. Wheal, cash
%u??clower, 4>t?tloiiH npeunl Arm r, uftc ward*
weak,and declined clo&ln*more nt-a?ly: re
celpu III I WJU bushels expo. U HI COO bushels migraded
rwi fl? ail 10; steamer No. 3 red |l
No. 3 red 81 lUal tOK: earner No. 2 nil SI 12a
I 12);: No. a r?"l 51 2.il 12^ certliirates;
SI l&nl IW{ deljTflred; No. 1 r%d
SI lCk: mixed winter ?l 1UI 11U: No, 2 red Aii- .
gum. Mies 181.CUUbushels at SI I2;?al 1'Jjf. clndiic
ut si \'l%i September Mlea 5.UO0U btikh-ln hi
81 12-J>i 13J^, closing at Si Octol>er. sales 410.- ??
100 bushels hi SI lH>j-ill4% cluclniratSl 14; Novem- cv
Iter, sties 1600U0biuhe!? utjl 15hI lftjj. closing at K[
SI 1J% Corii.cnih j?*1c higher: option* opened K{
J?*Kc higher afierwatds loit the advance, elating, ttl
however. with more strength: ?c?vlpt* 20.0(0 bmh- 1:1
ids: shipmentsiW) bushels: ungraded tOaOlUe; No. lu
1. W.i'Jl>Jc In slow; 9l%-?W)4'o delivered: m ke In
L'lavntor. No. 2 August 'Jlidd%e; {September S53$a ~
Mk\ clotltu ill SS^e: October $f%a&V, closing ut
M'^c: November So^vllc.clndng m fcOj^c. O. Is.
live lower: rctvlpla 21 ],uc0 bushels: exjmiMs none:
mixed western jj.i.'vVc white-wes'ern .VaiUc. Hay
temly mil iu Mr deinaud Hops
IItn and mo icrately active. loffee dull
?nd uuehin?ed. -u?ar qu'tt and firm:
futr togood lefltilnr 7)?a7)$C. Molasses. ?julet and
iinthungcd. line deiuuiui I'* rand mxiki-t Urn*.
IVtroli;uin dull: I'mted liA.it:: crude
rlflned 65^t0T-llow firm Rt fcj?e, Ibtsin.
dull at SI 7fcil 'JO. Turpentlhe dull and lower at
WKc. Kggs unchanged. 1'ork Very strongly hthl
II 'd dumujid only i>odenite; new mrss,
Itcef iiuK'tuiitl M ?ady. Cut men's, midd cs mine
*nd firm: long rlear. $14 1V& l?*rd linn; prime
tteam. 9*2 80 J<d> Hnner In c-od demand ut 15a
:i>c. Cheese dull ami weak at 5>,alfc.
Chicago. August-9 -Flourslwuly and uuchcugcd.
Wheat qukt but kt'iidy: r-guUr, *1 O.'k August.
WJJaOOJ^j Senteinrier: ite^a'JSjtC October: WSUe
November: 9?$Jc year: No. 2 red wluu-r S
i?sh: SkOjJ^al tr.'Vi August: SI 01U September; ho."
i Chic ro spiing Si 03)4 cii^i: 5; Olji Auuusu Corn,
rrtirly active Mild <1 shmle bibber ut ??'^cuoh; 'fi^c
bid Aucu?: 75J',a7^^c September: 74tiu7tJieOftcOer:
7oJ;a7V/ic Nov ein Ift-r. Oat*
toady and tlrtn at 30%" cadi: September:
fc>ISe Oe.ober, 33c year, hye steady mid unchanxt d.
Hurley firmer at 87c Sep'ember: r> rk in gi:nd deinandut
full pricvs at f2l 9>a22 00 o?hu; 821 i?7i<Sa
$22 00 iropiombcr;. S22 17)Sii'2 '20 Octoltor: $21* 5Ua
iil 5> Nov.iubvr: f20 80 January; SAJ no hid year.
Lard, H'cady ivilli fair demand at S12 4'2J>$ ca^Ii
and September; SI- 52 October, 12 f>2^al2 55 ?
November S12 '25a!2 27J, January. Dulk meats ~
sCriHiK Hi'.d higher; shoulders $10 '25; bulk short
rib iliJM; bulk short clear SI I 50. Wlilsiy steady _
mid uuchanucdat SI D. I'rcltfhtt?tN.?m ti lllif- N
f-tlo,.Sl 50 Batter ate uly and uip'h-tHKid. Ks,i3 w
slendy ?nd unutmnged, Klaxteed lower at 51 '20a
I tti. Cull?'Win-Hi irregular: regular 8 02 August;' .
DDVjJaM^c September; October; y?$4c A
year. No. '2 red winter SI 01 sal 01^'September No.
'2 Cliici\^o>nrli?n $1 <'2'^hI (&ytens'i: St irjVj .?ugu>t
Com fairly ariive and m shade higher, advanced % **
aK?. c*ccpt year, which declined Ifa'Ac. Oat%
Armor bir. not quotably higher, ?:<cept cash.whijh
advanced ^c. ror* easier, declined "2}?a5c. Lard
not quotablv changed. hi
' Cincinnati, August '.-O.- Cottpn steady at 125?c. it
Flour ca.Mer, famiiy SI 70a5 10; fancy, $j 50a0 St. a;
Wheat dull ar.d lower; No. *2 red winter SI 00a ,,,
I C<%spot: ?I Oi)4 bid *ugust: $i 0i'{ optember S
SI te^al (?1 October; 81 (MW Nov**" her; *1 01 bid
year; receipts 4,MM bushels; shipments oO.D.o
bushels. Com In fair demand; No.'2 mixed 77%a
77J^c sj>ot: 7Sc bid August: 77>$c bid September.
':ic Oclol?er.f>;Ji?;?i5c November; C'll/4c year. b7%\
57>{c January. Oat* quiet; No. "2 mixed 39&?4uc
spot: 10J4?? a uunst: September; 2GJ.Sc bid Oc- fc
tobcrund November, iwj-jcbid year. Ityu, in Rood
deuiand Ml 7lu7.Sc. ikiney dull; extra No. !i fall q>
&.V! fork ste-iily at $ Lard h'cady and dim
at 512 jW. Hulk nieutsstrong: shoulders fJ 75; clear la
ribSUW). liacon In good demand; shoulders 81075;
clear rib $10 uu; clear Sii t)7U. Whisky Uiin at u
SI 17; combination mKs of finished nrxxbG 0 bar- ri
rels on a b>uin of SI 17. Mutter firmer but not oi
quotably higher. tl
Chicago, August 29.?Tho Droxtr'i Journal re- ~
porta;
nog*-Receipts lO.O'O head; shipments 5,f0,head.
Market strong. Rood common :e hlnlier; common
to good jnixedC? itOa-Sto; neaw packing and shin- ?
nlm? ?<Tn..or?A- ii?ht ?KnKan>Kfil<>?ot<initfi>AA..K ~
hous ai Js .VJoStw. skip* $500.17 M. s
Cuttle-Recdpts7 0.0 head: shipments 3,000 head.
Market Kcnciuiiy weak hi 10.il.V- lower nil around; ".
export* S7 CO.i" to choice shipping Sr. 4Ca r'
0 t#0; common to iuir SI f<Xto v5; mUeU hutchera
52'fli6&.V. old native eow*. sttckcrf and feeders
plenty -t S't 2."it t I J; Texan cows S3 I0.t? !?rt: stceis i!
SI iOil 1 70; half-bieeds niul American# ?t f 170a5 5j. a
fehcep?Kecelpu I,CO) head: shipments 2 u head. *
M.wket dull. ??-*k Jul deareu: common to me V
diuni S;5 u&tSfc medium to j;ood $HYni 00; good
to choke it '.'04-1 63.
BiLTlMor.K, August "J?.?Flour quiet and tin- l'
changed Wheat, western steady: So/ 2 winter red
?P'?t St l<%nl W/i. August SI 11-JM P.*; M-ptcm- u'
U-rSl llfaul ll5ii October 1 l-f-S'il l-"vv NovemberSl
i:tj?nl i:?>J: December SI 1-l^ut t.r>. C.'orn, .
western Mendy and more active; mixed s:>ot 83J^?: 11
asked; August Me*bid: September OctoK-r ,
StJ^e bid; November ami December 71c bid Outs, "
lower: western white l.stSOe: bii ?ed -tOnt.'c: Ponn S
sylvanla 4<U,0c. live ?|Ulet at (VuC-o. liny tinchanged.
Provisions 11 tin and unchanged. llutter
higher and firm ft>r pi ime: west-rn picked lVj'e: ~
creamery Kpgs ilrin at 2Jc. ""i troli lira epiier,
llrin oiid unebatiycl. Collin* duil *t
siiuarnuiet; AscftOJie. Wnidcy sitaay at Sue
&l -JJ.
Km Linsnrv. Pa., Aiuu*t?>.?mttle? Receipts
l,Wt heuil Market slow: prime S6 OUi" 00; go.d ,,
55 75uiiV.*i; common S'l.'iJuOlW. 11
HogwReedpts &0 heal. , Market firm; I'hll
deli.hlHs, S'JOvvJlo; Bultimorts, Sa 75ut> Yorkers
37 75aS (O.
Sheep-UeoMpl* -110 head. Market s'ow; p ime
SI i5ut CO; Si O.nl 'iS; common 21 COnJ 2o.
ToLF.no, August 59.?Wheat steady: So 2 spot
and August Si l>l;i: -cpteinber SI 0 5? October
SI U% {sorenibr St 0?}i: year 81 02J$. ' Virn ki
fair demand: high mixed 7'J^c: So. 2 spot 7t>Mc: Anptut79o:
September 70c bid; October /So bid: year
ivt^c. Oal* sternly: No. 2 not-lO^e: Augun -to.'^c
bid I'S'ptember :n?; year SV>.c Closer ?Vlica^ C
dull. So.. 2 sjiotSI 01^ bid; August Si 01^: Sep
tcraber JKKJi- Oihergniiu jiomimd.
TlTDiVM.l F, Pa.. August 20 ?Oil Of ened at 56
h!gbe*W?7^ lowest WJfe: closed at ;7?i. pihi?rnent#
72.205 barrel*: elurters, 5 7, I6)bariel*; tl 'e
wiit"rruiisi?,0ll UrreLs.
PlTTfiiunr.t(, August U9.-Pelrolcum steady; Unltcd
cenMettles firm; closed _ itt 67c, reilncd C>;a
fi^r i'hlliidclphlt delivery. '
Cincinnati, -August'29.?Live hogs firm; com ti
mou ami llght.!S0 W*o C<J; packing and butehcrs'
S7 Mta-S S.-.
Sew Orleans. August 29.?Sugar dull and lower;
prime to ch.itceSJJaJtffe: yellow clarified S^aiJ^c. 51
. It
Invalid wives and nio'liers 'qnukly' re* O
utored l>y? tisinj: Urown's Iron Uitieti. A
iruo tonic .
INSURANCE. |
JTDGE FOR^URSE^ ~ F
Compare AKK-U.ISW.- A
Mutual Life Insurance Co., >
OF JXJE"W YORK,
In ronnd numbers ........991,000,000
New Vorfc Life. 47.000,000 Sew
Ktiglanil Mutilnl 10.00(1,000 *
Penn Mutual ? _ ".oou.ooo
Mutual Ucuedt ......... itt.oto.U/
In rfttloof nian?Kcmcnt c*peu?v* to toUl I it cm a r
for 1S32, compare the
Mutunl Life Ins. Co.,tsf X.V.,9 MOpercl
with the
Ni'W York l ife....:...18 2 10 nor rem
Kcwr KngWud Mutual............. 13 0 10
1'cnn Mutual....;.,,.?.,15419
Mutual Bcnuhl....... 10 010 "
Which arc (ho Lowest JIntesi '
Annual rrcmlura for an In*ur*ncc of 11,000, age So.
Mutual Lire Ins. Co., 0f'X V. . $22 42
New York l ife .....??......?I l.r. .> 1
New England Mutual ..... ........... .... Cfi 50 '
IVun Mutu*l vc 22
Mutual Benefit ? 26 CC }
For other cumtttriMn* r nd infoniistinn. cmH at
l'ETEKSON'S AGENCY.
mj-15 ^ 11GQ Mam Street.
PITTSBURGH Fl
and PITTSBURGH CON
One IIn ndred full ,Vitale -L>
Feron (INtlnct schools Twentr^lnht teacher
In Liberal Arw. Mump. Drawl n*. l'nlntlnr; Kloa
Work. Charges lev* thun un/?<|util school la tl
uinlier 6th. Houd (or new CuUluipio to
lAfEfCT Oprnto1loth8crea. Moitl
VY CIO I btckmknts to tilaciikhs.
Muilcul tonaerritloritin the.\/1 f^ll
Vounir per?nn? of limited inenn* v IIWjlll
by II. A O. R, R. College year be*in? Sept. *lh.
lurt, etc., mMr??iHo\vttrtlW.Otlgcti? l'rc*.
BAKING POWDER.
fSSral
V?>\ cream JA^TERI g ^
Thw Uasiuk howrter i* male irutn Btnctly pure
npo cream tarter, and every can I* warranted to
Ire satisfaction ?r money refunded t>y
LANG, GRAUK A lJAIRD,
Maudfactorim,
2S 14M MaIii ?tn*-t. Whaling.
V ATtJRF.'-t h PARK I.I NT, SPKC'VIC for Inilijtcs*
>11 ami UlllotiKncN", the \va er of the famous .-cltr?iw,
MujiIIcatcil In h moment with n *puonful1,
TaMUNt'm 8KI.T2KR Al'KIHKNT, Which CO'lMltlS
try valuable element ?.f the German prliitf. 'I he
oatest physicians of .huronc pronounce that tree
ft of i'r.A'lrciif.* !h? inrw. mmil nf r.ll known 1
u-mtives. Mint It* foe simile. fre?li and foaming. i?
>? placed wlthiu ihc rwiqh oftcvrry Invalid !u
e wttlem worhl.
901,1) RY Al.Tj nRUflOISTS. I
"DRfe^ , I
(BEFORE ? AND ? AFTER )
Electric Appliances are lent on 39 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0U3G OR OLD, '
"TITJ!0 trc nifcrin* from Stnvocs Debility, .
\V I.o?t Vitality. Lack or Nnnrn Fount ash 1
Vison. Waitmo U'UKiluu. and nil tlimv ?!l?<as<?
r.f a 1'Uuoxal Natviii: rrxultin-: Irvitn Aucsu ond .
Other Cacsm. Prxv^ly rrltrf and complete rwtoration
or Health,vnori and JUxitoetmvAXASTzr.D.
the erand<*t tllwoTcry or tbo Nineteenth Century.
tend atonru for llluntratcd 1'ampb'vt Irve. Adilre?i?
yniTAIC BEIT CO.. RIAHSHAH. MICH. .
Feed Your Land, and it Will l'erd You." <
ARDEN CITY SUPER-PHOSPHATE,
, IIIGU GRADE,
l'Is quickly, null Hands without a rival iu a Rellu- ,
bli* Crop Producer. Jt Is adapted lo all Croj*.
Mu'le by iho 01di?t Manufacturer* with the largX
falcd.
ITICMI2 RAW nOIS'E.
Tliis article Ik strictly pure Ran* ltono. The Ihjuq
is not bceu ateaiced cr b?ke'l, and we KUxmntic
cjiml iu qnuliiy nnd raethanical condition to
iy tone mail* orKOid in the Ufltea Slates.
. K. BOU), W1IKE1.IN(J, W. Va.
riow.", Harrow?, Drills, Ciller Mills.
All Goods Sold Under a Guarantee Analysis.
Our Guarantee* to F?rme??.
KiTi'f onrj.oodx?re not as ie?'cr.ei:tcd, we will
-rfclt the en in- bill
oCKvcry Iwk liana Guatauictd AnalyMs of the
lallty of it- itmxIs.
tttfGoodsaredry, Htul diill with ?ase and nsu
BO-MA amiiorzc our iiKAl.tlW to InMtt U|?o*> .
is* vcriflcnil n ?t .i-y c?lvor>?' tJt?*inriit? n hit-li
iu>r>i inuy mate?rcprdli j: OUK LLA'Als, ,
jr 'iiurAnu-t's or the Qtnliy of our Uo-^iw, or
i? ir I'mliy?ni our Kuhmim*. .
BIO to $20,000
i lrt-itlinntc judicious ;?cenl.ttl ?n in (iriin. Pro*
isioiiH hi id Mocks "ii our perfect el p'an, yields sure
lonthlv prwilis -olir^e and hninll <nw*tor?. Aa*
ress. for Mill pirtlculatK. K. Ii KhNPALU* CO.,
DUl'n Mirrhtiii"-. V" <k IT1.) Ln?nlt<'6t..O'lc?go. 111.
xitcm)l;r mili,
'ill producc one?fourth more Cider than nity other
Mill.
Will p.y foritH-U in grinding loa.huf.helsof nj>les
in ihe atiioimt ?if c<dvr saved.
Rollers run nt same speed, eomplttc'y crushing
rery etfer cell in tliv apple.
Two crunks mm ta>t *jietd.
Fur light tunning, Hiid inal grinding, and ptea>*
ig. It has n- equal:
Two men can mane from C to H barrels cf cider a
!. E. liOYI), Wheeling, W. Ya.,
Plow?, Harrows. Drills.'Fertilizers.
"WILSON FEMALE COLLEGE,
CllAMBERSBUIiG, I'A.
<n?i:\s skiti:ji iikk aoj ish2.
[hsr Collegiate. nFcinlnary and a Sps<!al Cotine.
Graduates Voting Women lu Mus'.c.
FineArtanSpecially.,. .
Highest standard?the host Teachers. Write to
KkV. J 0. CA1/tt* ELL. 1? P.. Prc&'t.
The Perry Harrow
Is warranted to do more uoik than any
I spi?e Harrow.
DOES.NOT TKAH UP THE SOD.
aiinotlHjcliokcd with we.dt Stones end.Roots
do not aucct it No jerking of the I en in.
Us>c nuts a half dry und yo > will never hitch to
another Spike llnrow.
S.'E. 110VI), Wheeling, W. Va.,
Plows, Cider Mills, Drijls, Fertilizers.
ax EDUOATIOXaI liEl'Ol'.JL
Course of Study sufficiently flexible, to urcct aptiides
and purposes of SituUnts at
Adrian College.
For Itoth Sexes, Instruction thoroURli., J.upe
[iisctim, Laboratories. Ilbrntli*. ?ie. Sieiim-lieit*
ji?. Kath rf-oui?. KJvP?NsK-"< LO'.V. 1 UeA-hool1-:
oIl^lHtt*. Mua|<% Theological. i Normal. Pruparairy.
For Calendar. Ac., HddrvK* U.S.,STEPHENS,
rvM lent. Adrian. MU.-h
ItlCll.HONl? Oll.UilMON
il'.AIX IIIII 1,1, AXIt SKEI) SOlVEIi.
'orcc-Ftod Gr?l'i Prill. For e-Feed Grow Seeder."
Force-Feed Fortlllirr
11 :i FTopper* d?'lrt<-h?bl'% Lifter Tar In front of
HopjKJr. fteelSprinz Ho**. Nuchanj;c
of Gear Wheel*.
Ilcyord doubt the most perfect GmlnDiill offered
lie trade.
n. i:. novi>, triiKi:i.i.N?, AV. v.iM .
Plow*, IUtqwh. (ldorMills. Fortnizcrn.
Kexmohk university iiic.fi
HCHO*>l<?For dreularaddrcss II. A.STRODE,
unberet C. II.. Va.
No-ir!' You can't GIVK me vottr Flow! I hnvo
rled them nil. and wouldn't rivo the IMPERIAL
jrall the Plows I ever *aw. 1t< 11 you, sir, it is
PHK BEST JPLOW
Iu this SVorld.
No MMnJie! nnd You Know It 1
W pounds lighter than the CO llled Plows.
' FLINT aTKr L MOLD HOARDS
A>oy|Oyc*ni old cati han?llo it with creator
a>c than a :onn tun handle he C'hhlcd I'lowi.
S. K. 110YD, Wheeling, W. Va.
Harrows, Drills, Cider Mills, Fertilizers.
au2u * ?i w
QATTLE AND HOG FEED
For Sale Cheap.
iVIiccliiiff (ir;i|?C Sugarand Refining Co.
A. C. EGKRTER,
Secr^Miff
EMALE COLLEGE
SERVATORYof MUSIC.
mom for Eighteen Dollars.
i. Attendance piut jreariTi. Rapcrior ndvntitnprj
jtlon. Modern Language*, NmlUhWark. nmlwax
?0 UnltiNl Htotw. TwriitirHJlBlith vtar oiwim H^p.
11KV. 1. C. I'EltMlUNO, fi.lJ.. frttaburgli. IV
healthful nml beautiful location. UHsqiMUD IN*
Jlrit (itut CliaijifMt Vulltyn and only firkt-cU??
ill A State. L.*HNa?T,PHACTicAL,TiioH0i'?iii,
[H1thould write at once. Katyof .Itwii
For cataloKuos. clrcu?^% I I P" A C
, Klcmington, W.Va. Q WjLJLajBitUlCi?
. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
^LEXANWER BONE, 8R, "
Ni>fABY PUBLIC. LICKNBKD GENERAL B03INCii
*NU UKAL E9TATK AGENT.
| Loaua negotiated, itocka bought and old,mer?
! ihmiU'iuid manufacturer*'booka opened, exaoilniri
and cliwcd. K>tute* wttled, uotoa, book account*
and renU collcctcd. Uoiim.'h tented and IwommL
uuiitxtiuiia jmrnn'iij rvullUOU. AUrtlllCCf aiaflO.
All IiuhIiic-m cormixHidenet'confidentially attendw3
to. Bend for circular lo rtifewncca. 131A Market
atroct, (Cranglo'a Block,) orur City Bank, Wheeling
W. Va. JaC_
JAMES GILCHMST,
Civil Engineer, 8urveyor and Kxiuyiner
of I.nnd Titles.
Okkick:? 12 Twelfth Street, Wheeling,
W. Vu. Telephone. No. 51). anl7.
rp B. CAMDEN, M. D.,
JPltyNioIun unci Sur^cou.
Roildcnce *nd ortlco No. 106 Fourteenth itreot
(Mia* al?o rj 1133 Cliaplino fctreet.
Telephone No. C-61 mid No. 14.
Calli promptly aimwrered. myia
J. B. HEED
Hits removed his ofllco nnd residence from
tho Eighth wurd to the corner of Twenty*
second and Cliaplino atrceta. Fifth ward.
Oflice hours?7 to 0 a. m., 1 to 3 r. m., 7 to
0 r. h. Telephone F 10. tnySO
Q 0. SMITH,
Heul Estate, llond & Stock Broker. 1
Siiedal attention rItcii to collecting ronto and th< 1
Koucral management of Ileal folate.
mhl 1220 Main fttroot. Wheeling. W. Va. ;
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. T1ULLI1IEN Iikk returned to the city and re
mined the pmutlco of medicine and aurxery. lie ,
can be foil ml at the
OFFICE OK TILE HO A It I) OF EDUCATION.
ovor tho City itauk. Market afcet. my>
BUSINESS CAHDS.
gTfiPllEN McCOLLOUGH, ,
Carpenter nnd liulldor.
Rrick Buildings erected complete In all tnoden
Improvement*. Also wooden bulldinip Oiled ti(
complete on lot. Wooden buildings framed anc. \
Uttcd up in yard Hi work ahop and taken to an; ]
part ana completed. ? reaaonablc tenna. All al
lemllons made ot. old building*, roofo valley* an<!
iky-llght* particularly atteiidod to I*?k*. counter* c
?ad shelving titled upou ihort notice; More front*
Wtiuand stores altered. Residence No. 80 Six C
iccntn meet, formerly occupied by Mr, Bcu Kxley
*hop lu rearof Canltol. on Alloy 13. Piyll V
^yUEELI.S'G BOILER WOCKS.
Manufacturer* of portable, atatlonary, marlnt >
joilcin, breeching, chimney*, tanks. ?tllN. door*
illuiters and all kinds ol heavy aheet iron wort I
Dealers in second-hand boiler*. for information tpply
to COX .t MORRISON.
No. 1G0G Market street.
Telephone C-21.? Rcpalmpeclal attention. Ternu
c<n)iiutilc. my!9
C. LIST, JR.,
PORK iP-A-CIKlEIR
u<( carer of the eclebiatcd CHESTER MKAT>
which nro now ready and for sale at
2s FOURTEENTH 8TREKT.
My >. Me*t> arc all brandod. "Ust'i Cheator.'
*!>&
J M. OUWSTpK,
irs*LKa it>
rain, Wrounrt Feed, Haled liny, Straw &<
South Street, Near Market Street Bridge,
Till p?y the highest market pricc for wheat, am.
I and nau. lata
COMMISSION MRROMaWTQ.
JOHN M.IIOON & CO,
11CO MAIN STREET, I
Dealers hi Un;lu. ProYfoions mid Oils, In
Car Lois. I
Orders nlflccd for SPECULATION* ill Grain, l'rovisions*.
Oil and Stuck# ou margin In Exehangca at
I hlcago, New* York ant! Oil City.
< lilutRo Correspondent*?B. Uavcuport & Co.. M
5. N IchoU 6i Co. Jel :
B. Dayjcspcit, V. B. EOOLEJOOH,
GcneraL Of D. Eggleaton & Son, 8p?dal ,
B. DAVENPOHT As CO.,
coivrnvtxssxoKr
Dealers In Grain, Flour, Seeda, Provision*, Cbeem ,
and Dried Frolta. :
n if.? Washington nr.. cmr.Aar>
^ATTORNEYS.
G W). R/R GILCHRIST, 1
ATTORNEY IT LAW,
Office with Taylor A Itarr, j
No. 42 Twelfth Street. j
Aduilmlty r.ud Maritime Ltw ? specialty Collt* j
lions promptly nmde. . wu24 1
r y.. COWDEN, '
*J 5 ATTORNEY AT LA*
No. I'^iOnnplhic St., Whoelinr. *K. nyni j
H ANN IBM. FORBES,
ATTORNEY AT LAV
Qfroo. Custom Hoii*e, Wheeling. W. y? ;a?'i
JAMES T. ROGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. ]
No. 1207 Chaplin? St., opioclt? tXe *"onr? Ron*
Wheeling, W. V a. feSfl ]
Daniel lamb. i
ATTORNEY AT LA*,
No. 1318 Market gtroot, (orer City p-*nk.)
l ie w- W :
WJ. W. COW.DKN,
ATTORNEY AT LA*
OfSre, No. 122!ChflpliiiuSt., Wbfplhik "A. i?
Vromni AM
PH(jTOGKAPHY?
Qllll.DHKX'S PORTRAITS
A SPECIALTY.
All billing bvtlic instantaneous process,at
PAltSONS', 1205 Market St.,
ar.2.r> Opposite McLure Houfc.
QBA.YOS PORTRAITS AT
MTLES' ART STUDIO,
So. 21M MAIV HTRK2TT.
pLUMMER
Hjus the lJrgc?t and FiucJil I
IPliotog-rnpli Grallery
IN THE CITY. i
Best $0.00 Cabinet* #nly 83.00 per dorcn.
1*9 lias MAIS RTKKKT.
STATIONERY. *
1882, jFALL TRADE, 1882,
One Hundred Thousand Kn vol opes!
Finooii l.rgnl'Cnp; I.pjijiI Itrlcf. I,
I.pltcr,' Hill. .Nnlr, In KrHtmnii?! 1'hiIm.
15,000 Quires Wank Hooks.
aoo IK)Zi;.\ I'.INN AM) M KMOItAN'DI'JI
HOOKS.
STATIONERY OK ALL KINDS
Just Received and Sold Retail, nt .WholeMile
prices by .
.JO*I2PII GRAVES,
anlS 90 Tw?lflli Mrff(.
^ NEW STOCK OF
Bo,ys' Boo1<m.
We ofl'or the fallowing bonk* m well ailu.ted to
bright boys who want to Instruct* and enteitalu
thcuuclrus: ...
Ytmr ' l liolrcfor 51.00,'
<ir the tlx for 5.\00. tent (iceby rnall on rccrIpt of
price. - ,
Life of DMfcl Uoono. ?J10 paRC*. <-toth.
Life uf KU Curron. >".! pnn<? t loth.
Life of tMvy ' rock.-tt -tOi pasca. ?'lolh.
Lite of A'?nihaui Lincoln..4TC ptge. cloth.
l.ife of Diiniel Wil?t-r,49%p*iro, cloth.Six
Night* In * Il'.oct House. -USpaKCM, cloth.
. srANION I)A\ KNJ'OUr,
ntllfl IMOI MrtrkHi Stu^t.
ILL UE.VD.S, LlrtTKK I1KAUS,
For neAt Kill UcmIo, letter lleidt, NoU
Heads, ?<> the r??|Jj inUdlletntcr-foh
Qtfloe
TRAHBPOirfATION.'
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI ST
lou 18 iiailwav?panhandle koutk
Timetable(or?a?ttad West corrected to JUNK
4tli, l&SZ
Trulim Icavo Panlmudle Depot, foot of Klercnth
I street, near l'ubllc Landlug, unity, except Sundays
m follow*:
1'ituu Kiut Fait Pac. | 10
Whcellai Time. Kip'? KxpV Kip> Kxp^Jc'm'u
Leavo-r ;v , k.h. r. m. r. v. A. v. r. *.
Wheeling 6:32 1:47 4st7 1:52 6:17
Arrlro?
WellibUIK,....*, 7:06 2:30 4:60 fc25 7:11
Hteubeiivlllo,........... 7:35 3:10 6:70 9:55 8:10
Pittsburgh - 10:00 5:10 7:80..,^
I'. M. A. M.
Harrisbur*.~ 11:15 . 4:1.%
Hjdtltnr.ru ?.!?.
1. M.
Washington 9:1.%
ItilladeTnbl*.......... 2.M 7:60
New Yore 6.16 11:15
Boato P'l!ob
' UOINO WKfT.
1'ac. I cm. Neat Af AtKap's
Kxp'? Mu <1 j'ta'r .Vm'n
Leavs? a. m. p. m. a. m. r. u. r. w.'
Wheeling M2 4:17 6:12 1:57 6:47
Arrive?
Blcutoavtlle.MM 9:56 MO 7:15 1:10 8:10
Wll,,,.-,-.--. 11:45 . 8:00 5:55 ...?.
r.u.
DcntiUon ...... 12:01 8:1,6:10
A. M.
Newark fc2v 24fl...^.. 9?....w~
UolumbHB...MM.M *3C 10:3C ....
Leavo? a. M. a. M.
Columbu*...^. &5C 1:66 tV> 9:55
ArrlTfr? * r. *.
Dayton .. 6:25 7:00 ........ 7:0C lsM
Cincinnati *S:00 8:06...^.. 4:00 fc4tf
p. m.
Indlanajiolij....*. 10:60 12:80 6:CQ
v' <> v ' , a. m. r. K.
Bt. Lou!s.-..?m.,..'..m.. v* 7:30 *8:05 ? n.t*
Chicago 7:S0| 7:fQ 7:M .?... .
bumlttv cxpri-vs leaven Warning *1 ?02 a. M., ai?
rlvcs Welbburg 9:2^A.M.. Rteubcuvllle 9:55 A.
making c1om< connection for western i>olnts.
Trains leaving Columbus at 3:50 P. u. and 3:65 A.
Ma-, run dally,, Through Chicago Kxnrw* loam
Columbus daUy,.except Sutidsy. nt JW0 p. k? with
slcopliift csr attached, arriving In Chicago at 7:80
next morning. Jk'rthBcanbe*ecurcdinadvanoca
Onion Depot Ticket Office. Columbus.
Pullman's Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Cais
through without chsngc from Bteubenvllle Ksst to
Philadelphia and New York. Went to Columbus,
Cincinnati, I/oulsvlllo, Indlanspolls and 1st. louls.
For through tickets, baggage checks, sleeping rnr
icoommodatlons, and any further Information, hi*
ply to JNO. a. TOJIL1NHON, Ticket Aipiit, at Panhandle
Depot, foot of Eleventh street, or at City
ricketOfflM, under McLun; House, wturllug.
JAM!* McCRKA.
Manager. Columbus, Ohl*.
K. A. FORD,
Gcn'l P*w. and Ticket Agent, Pittsburgh, Pa.
T^ALTUIORE&OHIO RAILROAD CO.
"'IIJUc'UailiK^J a
BwggregiMEaiBnB
JmS"""" ""
txrc BOCKS. '> 4,Y .*N"; 6 No 1 No. 9* No. -.1
' ' l^fcil Dall) Dally Daily r>n|Jy
Leave?-1 [x.m.1 a.m. >.m.|p, m. p.m.
7:1ft 1 P.s 8:50 3:10 ,4:M
* 7 3. 1:45 9:00 3:50 5:20
Arrival At?
ira/ton. 8.10 5.4S \k 7:'.l 9:20
lumbcrland...^.. ........ 9.33 4:47 4i|ijj
WtthliigtOQ City ^10 9:60 6 0S
Wtliooro ...... 3 'JO 11:00 7:16
.?11 .... a.h. p. m.
'hUadelphla... 7-tO 8:05 12:/0
?cw York _ ; 1C.M ?;.*0 3 50
to*t<)n - ... Vis
Daily except Sunday.
No. 43 and So. 9 ?top at all Stations. 1
" ""?"> M' AUiyjpaliyl
r.U. a. m. | p. m. p.m.
vheeHiiR 4.0c 0-^ l;8o, ihll
leUaire.......... , 4:401 10:10 2:10 U:M
Arrlvo at?
... a.M.
fUWnlle ?..... ,8:10, 12:55 5:05 8*5
Jewark. 1:50 . h;10 4:10
'Olunbui.ii.^.?i,^..j..^.. 8;IG 7:60 fi 80
a.m. p m.
Cincinnati 8:00 5:00 8:(0
ianduhky.^..? 7:00 Afc2S
ndianapolla...? n:oo r?35 Hfc&6
ILLonta. 7:30 7:55 7:30
a.m. p.m.
fclcago.. - C:00 8:00 7:80
Canaa* City .... 8:80 8:30 9:00
H. A O. I'alace, Drawing tuom ana Hloeuing Can
in all night train*.
<n<?e eonnefliloii* are naadu for all polnta Bouth
iDtl Southuu>t, North and"Northwest, making thli
1 dcaimble route for colon L't* and pereonH moving
o the great Went, and to whom particular attention
* tdv.>n 1
WHfcKUNO, F1TT8. AND BALTIMORE DIV
*uve W heeling G:40 a. m.. , 1:30 p. u., 5:10 p. M.
No train* rnn on this Divlcion on Bunday.
Ticket* to all principal points ou nalo atDepoL
fl.ee open at all hour* during the day.
Information to the trav.eUug public cheerfully
?vcn- W. il. CLEMENTS. M. of T.
R. T. DE\ III S3. Gcn'l Agent. Wheeling.
Q1.EVKI.AND <fc FJTISBUliGII K. R.
at!lTusiT 'co' Tn"n'',or
RIVER DlVlSlQN-t-GOINO '.VEST.
Mall. SxpreW Expron. Actom.
I.?ave?
Fituburgh 8:00a.m. 1:20 p.m. -1:05 p.m .?
Mlcsheuy 8:10 " 1:33 " 4:15 "
Arrive?
Rochester.. 8:53 " 2:20* " 5:f0 "
Ue*ver?.. 8J>9 2:26 " 6:f6 ? -
X- ^v?,r,'L t55! " ,:ir " 5:45 " Leave?
Aelkville. 9:48 ? iiui" fc:t8 " 6:40a.m.
roronto... JC:27 " a;o " 6:39 " 7:06 "
iteuben'e-10:47 " 4:16 " 6:57 " 7:!fl "
Mar'K.F'y> 11:42 ' 501 " 7:50 8:84
Bridge port|ll:49 " I 6:<? " I 7:57 " I 8:42 "
Bcll&ire?|12:00r. M.| 5:'20 " | 8:10 j 8:55 "
R1VKR DlViaiON-GOINT. EAST.
Accum. MaH. . Kxprcwt. Aixom.
Lcaro?
fkllalre... 5:60 A.M. 11:00 a.m. 1:40 P. u. 4:40 r. w.
Arrive? ?
Bridgeport 6:00 " 11:10 " 1:50 * 4:55 "
Mar's F'v._ 6:07 " 11:17 " 1:67 " 5:01 "
iteubcn'le. 7:01 " 12:17 P. V. 2:48 " 6:58 "
rornnto..... 7:20 " 12:33 " 3:i?5 " 6:19 "
Wc41?f\*llle~ 7:49 " 1:15 " 3:40 " 6:t5 "
E. Llver'L- 8:15 " 1:49 " 6:15 "
Hearer 8:i9 " 2:25 6:47 " ......
Rochester- 9-.C5 " 2:85 " 6:52 "
MUvheuy. 10:20 " ' 3:20 " 7:35 "
Htttlnrgl) 10:30 " 3:90 " 7:45 "
H*rri*burg .. .................. 2:56 A. u ..
Baltimore .. 7:60 " ....
rt'whlnc'n 8:22 '
l'hiUulcra? 6:16 M
New York- 9:25 "
Boston l.~.. 6:10 p. m ...............
r?u it?Trains leavinc iJollalre at 5.50 a. *. mid
1.40 p. M. connect at Yellow Creek for Cleveland.
All trains daily eiccpt Eunday.
E. A. FORD,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
WM. A. BALDWIN*. MnriHKCr. Pittsburgh.
_ FINANCIAL.
JJANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY~
UAPITAL. i mm ..1175,000
W*. A. larrr ~ ^ ....President
W*. a Siunott. ? ....Vlco-Pradd&nt
Doe* a General Banking Burin eo.
uarctnts:
Vfm. A. liett, | ffm. B. Bicapson,
I. A. Miller, John K. Botaford,
I. M. Adami, I Victor Boacnbarg.
Henry Speyer, I
mala >. p. JKPSOW, Caxhler,
gXCUANGE BANK.
0A1TTAL. zJIUZ. ? VOOJOOO
I. N. .. ....President
JjutuxL Lacbhlim Vlco-rreddenl
i iii DiMcrroM.
I. N. "Vanco, 8. Horkhelmer,
8. Laughlin, W. EUingham,
L B. DcUpUln, A. W. Kelly.
loltnTrew, i
(a? JOTTN J. JOKKH. Cmhiw.
LEGAL NOTICES.
QOMMISSIONKR'S SA LE.
By-virtue of a decrce of the Municipal ('oiut of
Wheeling, entered In the came of Ai'uurtK 5o1t?v'
ido,, Ar,,?RuIn*t Krederik* N'olta ct al.. on thu
20th day ol July, A. L?? l&hi', the uiider?tcnc<l
K pedal Coramisiloner will, on Wkdkesd *y, the 6th
D*r of Swtk-bek, A. P.. J$3I. cuinmendnc at
10o'clock a. At the front door of the Court
House of i.hlo count), proceed-..to mil-at .nubile
auction to the highest iin-l bent bidder, the follow*
I nj: described real estate. vlx: Lot 1*2* In square ao,
in the town of South Wheeling, Ohio county, Wen
Virginia.
Tekxb or Sale.?One-third ?f the purchase
mo cy, or to much more as the uurchaser u?ay elect
to pay caah. and tho bulanec In two touul Installment*
payable In fix nnd twelve month* from day
of w*1e, wlih Interest, nnd to be evidenced by note*
with KO<>d j>cr?otial security. Title to be retained
till payment of said note*. T. J. HlXiUH, ,
Special Commissioner.
II a i.t.rn, Auctioneer.
I certify that hond nnd security a*'required by
law ha* been plren In the above caie by the said T.
J. Hut;us. 8ptclal Commissioner.' ", .w i.
, ; THOUAH M. DARRAff.
an.S Clerk MunHnal Court of Wheeling.
])pC,;COIXAKS, ? :f ;
IK)G MUXXKr>\ I)OG CHAIN'S,
Tlie largest assortment in liieclly at tbq
franivrnrennd HoiiM-fnrnfsliinK Store of
XKSDJTT ?t:BRO., '
tew isi^Mxtict Htwt.
OsTKlW. 11 ANGERS, CARDS, KTCV
In Hylrtttalcwo'ibc beat, atibe Dally Intel,
ligenrci Job Oibce. .

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