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^ DRY OOODS^
CORSETS!
OUR "B" CORSET
IS TJIK
Bont SOc Coi'Met
Kri'i- OffrrPil tn ihn Pcdtilr.
Call and see il.
A, SIEDENBACH & BRO?
HO<l Main Street.
WIIKKMNfl, W. VA.
Tel^piione K5J. au2?">
TO MAKE ROOM
-FORPALL
GOODS
We offer our entire 8toflcof Ladies'and
Misses' Linen, MoLair, Poplin, Dusters and
Ulster* at n great reduction^ both wiolesale
bum retail.
Country me'chanti desiring any of the
above will pleas* order promptly.
Also the baUnce of our Bummer and laii
mmmju'm Dry Goods, Trimmings, Hosiery
Gloves, Ac.
H. EMSHEIMER,
- Eleventh St., bet. Main and Market
Hllli
Ik StMigturn.
utucet Aon. 25 and 27 t'onrlffulb Ntreel
New AdrrrtlirmrnU.
Strayed or Stolen?Cow.
Wanted?A Girl to do Housework.
Board of Equalization and Appeals.
Warning?Joseph Wernel.
Oil and 1'owder?Edmund Hocking's.
"For Sale?Farm.
Stock for Sale?Isaac Irwin.
0|x;ra House?Jolly Bachelors.
Wanted Situation?Young Man.
Steamboat?W. N. Chancellor.
IF you wautu Murble, Marbleizud 01
Slate Mantel neclhose at F. (i. Caldwell'*
1600 and 1502 Market btrccL'
MRS. ZIEGENFELDEK is prepared U
supply families with a llrst-class nrtieli
?r Ice Cream to-day. Jio. (JO Twelftl
Street.
11IB usual merchants'lunch attheXev
McLure House Sample Kooms dally.
Thermometer Kecord.
The following shows the range of the ther
mouieter, as observed at tichnepf 8 drugstore
Opera House corner yesterday:
1881 1682
7 ?. *. 12 ?. 3 r. K. 7 f M | 7 A. U. 12 M. 8 P. M. 7 T. *
72 W 93 85 | 72 81 82 78
INDICATIONS.
WArtiiixoTON, August 31, 1 a. M.?For Ten
nessee and the Ohio Valley, partly cloudj
weather, and light local rains, south, to wes
winds.
For the Lower Luke Region slight rains
partly cloudy and slightly warmer weather
southerly to westerly winds, lower burotue
tor lu the eustern portion.
NTEUIIKNVll.Lt; RACES.
" FJrut Dtty of the IIIII Top Driving Pnri
Meetluf.
The races at the Hill Top Driving Park, &'
Steubeuville, commenced yesterday. Tht
Three minute trot; purse $260.
L. N. Logau, Parkersburg, entered blk. g,
Tourist.
A. MeCall, Pittsburgh, gr. in. Mattie II.
01 Eisiuan, Wheeling, b. g Edwin A.
C. (J. Williams, St. Clairavillo, b. g. Blue
Goose.
>1. W. Dewey, Jamestown Depot, br. g. "W
11. D.
A. C. Cochran, Curniichaels, Pa., tj. g. Clta
del.
T. M. Lynn, Portsmouth, 0., g. g. Charlie
SUMmAKT.
Tourist 3 5 G 6 Dr.-X
Mitilie it J> 6 5 5 Dr.?X
Ka^lii A -..I 4 1 2 2-2
Ulue(iotMm ?..-7 I 7 Lr. X?X
W. II: I) .2 2 1 2 1-1
Clttilel A 7 3 3 4-Hi
Charlie .. t> 3 4 4 3-11
Time:?2;3?Ji: U.UU; 2:3J; 2.;W>?; 2:35; 2:30.
Li:20 clash?I'Uksk $400.
Hugh Huntington, Sabine, O., entered ch
a. tiift, jr.
W. H. Boyce, Pittsburgh, Pa., s.g. Walter
T. llrown, ilendota, ills., b. g. Touiuij
Newell.
8UMMAKY,
(il(t, Jr 1 1
Walter 2 2
Tommy Newel 3 3 :
Ttiue, 2.30%,2:31, 2:3%
ltuiuilug race?half uilie licnts-purae $200.
SUMMARY.
Virginia .. .... 2
Kdliy Queen 1 :
rieriiolulle.. ....... 3 !
Time, 62,53.
Krace unfinished on account*of darknesa.W
The crowd in attendance was quite guo?
for the IIrat day,and the indications now are
that the meeting will be a success. Quite i
number of Wheeling people are in attendance
An Incident.
Wheeling has some street ffamiru that lea(
the world, we actually believe. As the write:
wua digesting his supper last evening bj
smoking as line a cigar as he could attorn hi
noticed an elderly and genteel-looking gen
tlcman wending his way along when he woj
brought to a stop by a bright-eyed, dirty
fuced urchin six or seven years of age, who
bulling up to him, anil pointing to a parti;
-amoked cigar iu his hand, paid: "Mistei
please gimme that 'snipe' in yerhand." Th
look of audacious eu treaty visible in th
bright eyes and dirt-encrusted face of th
young Arab was only equaled by the expre*
aiou of mingled amazement ami inquiry ii
the face of the old gentleman, who was evl
dently not ]>osted iu the vernacular an
habits of the "street gamin." The urchi
' not seeing, us he thought, much enconrag<
went, backed otT with his eye tixed on th
gentleman to a safe distance, and took to h:
Heels. These boys can be seen almost au
evening soliciting smokers for their stump:
Important Information.
Of course you are going on the Harmoni
Mamuerchor excursion to Cleveland, whic
leaves the Cleveland & Fittaburgii depot, i
Uridgeport. Saturday evening, at5:30o'clocl
and you want to know where you can pn
cure your tickets. They can oe had at 1
He tier, German Insurance otllce, Lou
Deohert, Miller A Franzheim's jewelry stor
Chun. Moenkemoeller's druK store. Cha
Gootze's drug atore, John Becker's jewelr
More, South Wheeling, Appenzeller
Uetnpe, Bridgeport, O., Schaefer'a inus
store, Bteubenville, 0., Bridgeport depot an
Chas Stoelzer, Wellsburg. Tickets are roc
on all trains returning Monday and Tuc
day, and ndmitthe holder to two grand coi
certs in llaltnorth'ii Gardeu on Sunday, tl
music to be given by the worid renowne
Iieiptic Lady Orchestra.
Will receive to-day 400 boxes choit
Toachea, M boxes Bartlet Tears, 10 boxe
Uauison riutus. Zarmtk 1Ibo*?. fc Co.,
1320 Main street.
Will receive to-day oue car of Urge Jumb
Watermelons, 2,000 Cantaloupes, '25 boxi
Sweet l'otatoea at Zarnita lJros. Jt Co.'a.
Mrs. M. K. Wiktakkr will resume h(
classes iu vocal and piano music on Monda]
September 4 th, at her rootui I$13 Jacob stree
CITY MUamtlKM
Done t*p lit hinntl Pnrcels of Anurlnl
YnrlHIe*.
Ojik marriage license was issued yesterday.
We now have a gun tbat will (Vvff in the
right direction.
Tiu Istklliokxcir will exhibit Itabigaun
flower at the State Fair.
EvtRT day proves tbat the Board of Public
Works is a grand success.
The rain of last night was a hard one, and
will swell the creeks and runs.
Witii the coming of cool weather several
small Hociul hops are belug arranged for.
Hi'siNEM is distressingly dull with the
State, county and city ofllciali these days.
Aim you work ins up the 8tate Fair. Ft
Henry "celebration? I f not you ought to be.
IJy the Martin's Ferry correspondence It is
seen that a Wheeling base ball club is wanted
over there.
Tiik Toy Social excurted to llornbrooks
l'ark last evening and s|>ent a very enjoyable
evening dancing to Mayers' music.
Tint Police Garettebase ball clnbon Saturday
will play a match game with a picked
club of Kast Wheeling rImss house boys.
An exciting runaway occurred on Thirteenth
street yesterday. The pole of a country
wagon was broken ofl and the legs of the
runaway horses severely cut.
Tiouth for tho Jolly Bachelors engagement
ut the Opera House nextTuesday evening
will be placed on sain at Wilson it
llautuer's music storo Saturday morning.
Wash Gicaky pranced Into the Sixth ward
saloon, presided over by James Maloney,
yesterday afternoon, and behaved so very
badly that it was necessary to lock liiiu up.
Mat I)aii.y and Dave Grant got into a dilliculty
on Eleventh street last evening and
wanted each others gore so badly that it was
found necessary to lock them up In the
cooler.
Tiik Klcctric Light Company is now all
rlttht and will have the places of their subi
scribers lit up with the light by the middle
oi next wee*. una win inane unouivr attraction
in our city for State Fair visitors.
IH'sIness men, lawyors, or any others tie,
siring one of the tables recently gotten up
by 'pquire Scbultze, showing the tees to be
charged by justices and constables in all
! eases, can procure one by calling on Clerk
Dob Woods.
t A small dog belonclug to Charles Claik
> bit a little daughter of Mr. Clarky'sesterday,
taking out quite a good-sized piece of flesh.
Otlicer Pugat* was called in, and last reports
were to the effect that he had at last killed
the dog1 stoue dead.
Tint pitcher of the Police Gazette base ball
club is a member that the rest of the boys
are proud of. In addition to being a good
pitcher, he is a terrilic batter, having made
seven home runs this season on his own bat1
ting. He is willing to bat any pitcher in
. t>wn.
Tiik two games of base ball between the
Standard and Dr. Kobert Jennings Clubs,
which come otr on the State Fair Grounds
next Fridav and Saturday afternoons, bid
: fair to be the most interesting of the season
so far, aud should be wituessed by a large
: crowd.
On the "little green" in North Wheeling
yesterday ufternoon a return game of base
ball was played bctw?v>n the Police Gazettes
and the Hough and lleadys, resulting in a
score of -1 to 3 in favor of the former club,
which alto beat in the first game by a score
of 3 to 2.
A vituY interesting and exciting game of
ball was played yesterday afternoon at the
old Fair Grounds, between the Universalists
and the It. II. C.'s, of G ruber's cigar store,
resulting in a score of 14 to 12 in favor of the
r Universalists. The game was called at il:30
i'. m. Time one hour and forty-live minutes.
' Thk committee having in charue the unveiling
of the llellaire Soldiers' Monument
had selected September 1Gc.Ii as the day for
' lliRt p<>r(>ninnv. hut nx nur hVirf Hunru /???.
i tennial celebration occurs on the same day,
I they have very courteously decided to t>ostpone
their exercises. Wheeling should appreciate
this.
r 'jiikkk are several people in this city who
believe that the two recent boat races in this
city were frauds. This is made more apparent
from the fact that Haberfield, who
whs beaten by Morgan in this city, Saturday,
challenged Peter l'riddy, of Pittsburgh, tn
, row a race at $.'503 a side. Now Priddy, beat
Morgan in this city recently.?Steubenville
Gazette. _
1 Thkke is one thing the B. ifcO. railroad
company should do in the lower part of the
city, and that id build a platform at the pot
tery. Theje is liardly a train passes in either
f* direction but what is obliged to stop for past
sengere. Already a sign announcing that the
nlace is "Pottery Station" is up, and a plat,
form iihould follow. It would be a great
, convenience.
Contractor Cooniuu will have a young
cleric of a prominent wholesale house before
the police court this morning, to answer for
sweeping waste papfr into the street*, cunl
trary to the rules of the Board of Public
Works. This u hut the commencement of a
series of cases that will be tried, provided the
t rule is not obeyed. The Board is not to he
trifled with. It will enforce all its rules aud
. regulations. .
The ultra-poetical, super-iejthelical editor
, of this paper was made supremely happy
yesterday by being nresented with a mammoth
sun flower by 0. L, tilmi, of Cochransville,
Ohio. It stood 11 feet high ami was
I C-Ubuii u icL-i irum lilt! k mil mi; ut lliftl poilll
the stuck measures 8K inches in circuuifer,
ence. Thu centre of the (lower 111 fusil res
15}? inches aeroia and 13 inches in circum
ference. It is ubout all one would cure to
lift.
Mu. B. I.iHi), proprietor of Union Park,
adjoining llultnorth's Garden, on Wilson
avenue, Cleveland, has kindly iuvited the
liarmonie-Maennercbor Society and its ex;
cursiouiats to the Forest City to visit bis
place on Sunday, where there will ho grand
0 tiucred concerts at l! \\ m. and 8 p. St., hy the
J Bohemian Brass Hand. Excursionists by
showing their railroad tickets will he admitted
tree.
Yksteuday morning Paddy Friery and four
or live companions were lounging "about the
Belmont mill, discussing the strike and play'
lug pranks on each other. Two of the party
had their iKJckct-kniyes out. Friery was ac'
cidentally pushed aguiu&t one of those who
J bad a knife and the large blado entered his
J leg, cutting a very ugly and painful gash. >?o
blaiue attaches to any oue, as it was the result
of carelessness
Tuesday morning during the last session of
1 the Pittsburgh Synod of the Lutheran church
| resolution* were adopted expressing the
' thanka of the members to the Intelmorxckr,
Whcelintjcr Volhblntt and Jhutschc Zcituny for
ji the reports published and especially to the
1 Intelligencer, it being the only English
paper publishing correct reports of the,pro1
ceedinga. Most of the proceedings were iu
English and wrerp important
At 9:30 last evening a very pleasant nflair
, took place at the residence oi ltev. E. II.
I Dornblaser, at 13(5 Sixteenth street, viz: The
marriage of Col. Nathan Wilkinson and Miss
Tillie 1). Sutherland. The happy pair left
this morning for an extended tour taking in
Washington, Boston and other Eastern cities
and returning by way of tho Falls. In this
event tiie public schools of the city have lost
one ot their mostefficient and successful
teachers, and the Colonel won a beautiful
and accomplished bridr,
yiktkkdw afternoon one of the workmen
employed in the erection of the now Standard
mill, at .Ktnaville, fell from an clevaj
tion and was seriously injured. Both shoul.
dera were dislocated and the bone of the left
arm from the elbow to the wrUt badly mashed
and shivered. Late last evening he was
removed to the hospital in North * Wheeling.
He hails from Pittsburgh and was one of the
workmen engaged in putting the iron root
on the North Wheeling glass house. He ii
unable to move either arm. His name wai
not ascertained at the late hour the report
came in.
ie Tub camp-meeting of the Second M. E
h Church, in Walnut Grove, Martin's Ferry
n is in progress. Tho results, spiritual ant
r t impora'j* e fair. Theattei d nice has not beei
> us good ao was anticipated, in consequence
of the rainy weather. The ministers preseu
i> and participating up to this writing are
t Jle vs. W. H. Brown,-J. G.Jones, II. W. Tate
^ 0. W, llollinger and It. Lloyd. The minis
v tors yet expected are:. Revs. J. H. Hurgrave
& 11. Alexander, Ik X*. llell and others. In con
(c uection with tho camp, the second quarterly
.] meeting of the charge will be held nest Sal)
.1 hnth U?v \fnr?)inll i?\Vr Tai-U T?
s. be present ami otiiciute that day. The notci
x. J.atiiuer Chapel jubilee singers, of Steuben
,Q vllle, will be present on the Sabbath and en
,d liven the occasion with their musical voices
Kcilacllnn In 1'iaup,*.
:e Present stock o( pianos, Steinway, Knabj
Chickeringi llallet dfc Davis, Emerson, Hard
man, Guild, Ac., at the very lowest prices
and great rertuotiotHor cost. Call early and
secure great bargain*.
10 Ldcab'Music Srour,
f8 1142 Main street
"WINE OF CARDUI" makes roey
j. cheeks and clear complexions.
t! Sold by Logan & Co.
%
THE mow Ol'TLOOK.
Tlif l.auglillu Mill Hellevfd to be About
I to Iteniini* ? Krporlw Abont Other
JIIIU-A 1.u<Iko Mori in if.
The iron situation in thin locality remains
the same a*, far as can be reliably ascertain*
ed. Yesterday the manufacturers were, if
possible, a little closer mouthed and harder
to get at. The iron workers were found
everywhere discussing the report* that have
appeared in the city press in the past two
days. There teemed to be a denser air of
mystery, and the invariable question was,
"Well, what's the next move?"
A well-attended meeting of mill men was
held at Martin's Kerry yesterday afternoon,
composed of the monibersof both lodges of
the Amalgamated Association which are
located there. Vice 1'rtsldent Noll Thompson,
of this city, was also present by request.
The meeting lasted about an hour. The only
matter which cluimed the attention of the
meeting, according to those who were present,
was in reference to tho running of the
gtts furnace at the Laughlln mill. It seems
that il is the intention of the Luughlin Nail
Company to sturt their mill next Monday,
judging from signs and the talk that is heard.
Tlie manufacturers who operato this mill
have a reputation for being close mouthed,
and they were never more so thau at the
present time. Beyond saying thut the mill
would beumong tne last to sign the present
scale submitted, nothing could be obtained
from them.
This mill had put in, shortly before the
strike commenced, a gits furnace, and the
proprietors requested yesterday's meeting,
as they desired an understanding with their
men as to whether they wuuld nave to em*
ploy au extra mail at tnat furnace. This being
a matter uf detail, not covered by the
laws uf the Amalgamation the Laughlins
wanted it iixed betore operations h*gau. It
was agreed by the meeting to allow the matter
to run along Justus it hud done previous
to June 1st, unul Vice President Thompson
could look into the ullulr. In Pittsburgh
an extru uiun is nired to attend to
the gas furuace. and if it is found
that the work is the same at the Laugblins
furnace as' in Pittsburgh an extra man will
be demanded. .The matter was discussed at
Chicago and the opinion there was. thut an
iiTlrn mini ftlinttlil lit* lifiil II m urohntiln llinl
a uniform regulation to govern all gas furnaces
will shortly be adopted at Pittsburgh,
where they are very numerous. At the .i-tna
there are eight of them and the new mill ai
Mingo will he furnished throughout with
them.
A t the meeting other matters were considered,
hut no information could be obtained
in regard thereto. In response to tlus direct
question as to whether there was any weakening
among the striker?, the information
was given that the tueti were more determined
than ever not to go to work unless the
srale presented last spring is signed.
The determination of the Laughlina to resume
on Monday seems to be u puzzle to the
men interviewed yesterday. As yet it is not
known that they have signed the scale, nor,
so far as can be learned, have they avowed
their intention of doing so. The meeting of
tho Amalgamation yesterday, according to
our information, was called expressly to determine
the question as to the extra man at
the gas furnace, so that no dispute could
arise after the mill bad started. It washiuted
that there had been important developments
at Pittsburgh, but no clue could be obtained
as to the nature.
The members arc indignant at
what they consider misrepresentations
which have got into print, and
many of them claim that none ot the mills
around here will be put in operation unless
the new scale is signed. They admit, however,
that the action of the men at Pittsburgh,
wlnitpvcr it is. will irnvprn tlip Motions nf ilit
men here. There hud been nothing said us to
the .UttiA Mill.
It is claimed by several of the Laughlin
Mill employes that the Laughlins are anxious
to resume operation*; that they have
sutlered a severe loss already, and thai rather
than be idleauy longer they will sign any
new scale and begin operations. They regard
the talk about running at the old rate as a
bluff game, intended to frighten the weaker
brethren, and claim that it will have no
effect. They profes3 entire coniidence that
the new scale will be signed when the Laughlins
start up.
Vice-1're.-ident Thompson, in his usual
suave manner, said that the fiien felt very
much encouraged over the request of the
Laughlin mill for an expression as to the gus
furnace, as it seemed to indicate a desire to
go to work. He said with a smile, that beyond
that question nothing was discussed at
the meeting, and that he knew nothing.
At a late hour-last.night a rumor was flying
around to the effect that the heaters uf
the .Riverside, who were stockholders, hau
jiivv.un.-uc.lv/uku UUU-UIHUH 'UVII IU CIIUUIC
them to ptart up the bur mill on Monday. It
cotild be traced to no reliable source.
A reporter yesterday met one of the officials
of the Bellaire mill, and asked him
what about the liellairc Independent's aseertion
that the project of starting the mill had
beeu abandoned. The Jndepomeat hud no authority
and no foundation to make any such
assertion at all, sir; none at all," was the reply.
The only inference is that the project is still
entertained.
I'KKJiOXAt A OTKN.
Current GomnI|> About 'Vurloiit Iu?UVllIllillN.
Mrs. Henry M. Harper and children returned
last tvening irom Anbury Park/'
Miss Mary Young, of Loveland, Ohio, is
Visiting her sister, Mrs. C. II. Booth, on the
Jslund,
Harry F. Stallman, of the Gardpn SjkjI,
left yesterday for Washington, pa., to attend
college.
Prof. Chas. Dwight, who was bo badly
sculded ut the Sugar Kellnery Sunday morniug,
is improving slowly.
Miss Jennie Cassell. last evening, entertained
a large number of her friends at her
liome on Fourteenth street.
State Superintendent of Schools Butcher
left yesterday for llurrisvillo to attend the
Kitcnie county Teachers' Institute, which is
in session there.
Prof. \\ hitehill, princiual of Linsley Institute,
has returned to the city from his bridal
tour, llis wife Ts spending a few days in
Beaver, before coming here.
Cudet Dick Camden, who has been such an
acquisition to Wheeling society the past six
weeks, took his departure yesterduy morning
for the Institute, He will visit a few duys
in Weston. His absence will be mourned by
a large number of friends.
The residence of Major Foose, in the
Xortli Kml. u'rt-H th?*9rt*n?> of h v?*rv* Hninvnhit*
social gathering Tuesday evening. Several
of our young people called on and surprised
Miss Mamie Foose, a charming young lady
of Louisville, visiting in the city. Mayer's
orchestra was also present, and to its music
the evening was pleasantly danced away.
HOTEL A KKI VALA.
ST. JAMEd HOTEL.
F I) Petty. A w Pit. J Campbell,Juntburg. Pn.
KmmaGrlnim.Juneburg. Jell'Uunehue, Columbia*
Thos Glrty, Pittsburgh. J It Perkins. bteubcnvllle
H K Tracy,'city. J Guthrie, N Martinsville.
Cbas ErU, .Pittsburgh T Wilson, ToioiuO, 111.
A J Scum*ii, city.. W Q llooil, alitiirsvHie.
T11 UoucJie, BanJmote. M. Taylor. ltaltltnorc.
\VT Mnrtlu, Baltimore. A Alldri-ive. Baltimore.
, S L Gear, Pittsburgh G K Hoy le', Maynesburg.
W S Mitchell. ZMiie%v'lle. ? Schroek,
TC Clurk, lirllilant, 0. 1) F llalocnmu. Bradford.
Mr* llrldiiemau, tunUs. Miss K llrUlKCiiiHti.hurUts
i C H Ware Dayton. F W Welguud, fclyrla.
YA Ellis. Zauesvlllc. J 1* Gibson, Jackson City.
, J A Kdlc.xtr Uatchelor. W 11 Green. Halt I more.
; J 1 houi|>son, Baltimore. Orvans, Baltimore.
F A Harrows Buffalo, W. J l' Francis, Newark, 0.
i J 11 Clarke, SprlugUehl. J It Gardner, ltldgeway.
i 1) M Kainmerer, 1'Utn. A Kleualer.New \orlc.
Alex Thompson, New York.
Will receive daily strictly fresh Cream,
cry Butter. Zarnits Bros. & Co.,
i 1320 Main street
i 1 * * *
: To strengthen and build up the system, o
t single trial will convince you tbat Brown's
: Iron Bitters are the best medicine ftiadp.
( "WINS OF CARDUI" cures irregular,
- painful, or diiiiculi menstruation.
_ Sold by Logan it Co.
j IsyALfn wives and mothers quickly re
. stored by using Brown's jrop Inters. A
. iruc ionic.
" BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures dyipep ia,
indigestion ami heartburn.
Sold b>* Logjjp Cp.
, [
From Eminent Dr.tU!. t'lnrk, 0*wigo,
"Colclcn'a Liquid Beef Tonic is by for the
host of all preparations of the kind-food
and tonic?-that I have ever used. To the
sufferer from chronic disease?, or to the convalescent,it
is invaluable, hs it Is both
nourishing and strengthening. (Take no
other.) Of druggists.
HKIUHIIIIKMOOD MKWft.
niCDt.HILLt
The remain, of M,SBie Copoland, the
woman numlcredat Kewanee, Henry cotinty.
Ill, wereInterred at .ML Morlah, thiscounty
yesterdav. I he funeral ? > attended by over
six hundred neople. A brief account of the
murder a? related by a relative to your correspondent
will doubtless prove of interest to
a l?rii<! nuruber ot the readers of the 1 .nil,LIuk.m'ik,
wlio are acquainted with the parties
named. Mrs, Cot,eland was the daughter of
Ucoiw trailer, ol this county. In 1S75 she
married Joseph Cnpeland and removed to
Henry county, Illinois, where they have
Mnce resided on n farm near Kcwanee.
fcarly Iwtiprlng Mr. Copeland paid a volt to
lila relatives In this connty, and upon his
return was accompanied by a yonntr man
named McKluon. who hnd hi?i?n UnrL in.f ....
n farm in Wayne .township, Mckisson is a
nutive of llelmoht county, and has a brother
living in lieliaireand u ulster in this city.
Copland took McKIrsou to ids home where
lie lived until lie secured employment as a
day laborer upon a farm in the neighborhood.
McKisson was about 111 years of age.and was a
steady going man of good habits and very gentlemanly
w Idle utCopelund's. lie frequently
visited them and seemed Ilk* one of their
own fuiuily. On last Saturday Mr. Copoland
went to a neighbor's to shell corn, and while
there McKl&son came to tbo house and remained
for dinner. During their conversu*
tion at 'the table he remurked to Copeland
that he had been ut his house, but could not
tiud his wife, Copeland thinking it quite
strange thatsko should be away at that Hour
returned early iu the afternoon, toil ml the
lifeless foriu of his wife lying in the
yard with two bullets holes through
her body, one arm broken and her
face terribly disligured. Strange to
say, McKlsaon with the neighbors visited
the house and viewed the remains, manifesting
na apparent nervousness upon viewing
the murderous work of his own hands.
Later in the evening he went to Kewunee,
where lie was identified and arrested as the
murderer of Mrs. Copland. He would have
been lynched that night had not Mr. Copeland
interfered iu Ids behalf, asking that the
law be allowed to take its course, lie was
seen running .away from the house shortly
aftrr 11 o'clock that day by a neighboring
farmer, who also beard the two shots lired.
lie went to the place where he was working
and chanced his clothe*. wbioli wprn found
ufter bid arrest, together with a note
and lift; dollars in money taken from
tlie Copland residence. All indications
about the bouse when the deed was commit*
ted, point to the fact that McKisson had attempted
to ravish the murdered woman, and
failing, had shut her as she jumped from an
open window into the yard.
One thing is quite peculiar about this ease,
and that is the surrounding circumstances?
the relationship between the murderer and
the Copeland family?being taken to the
West by the father and given
a home where he frequently visited, and
then the terrible deed lie committed. Mrs.
Copeland was making her arrangements to
pay her father a visit this week, but he only
lived to witness the return to his ilreside of
the lifeless form of his daughter.
llKt.LMttK.
Kev. R. II. Holliday left yesterday for his
home at Kinluy, 0.
Attorney General White, of West Virginia,
wa* in Uellaire yesterday.
Skiffs did duty all day yesterday as ferry
boats, aud teams could not cross.
A. A. Clark and wife are home from a
summer vacation at 8t. Clairsvilfc.
The Villas are advertised to appear in City
Hall next Tuesday evening, the 5th.
I)r. A. K. Smith is moving into Dr. Woodbridge's
old otllcu on Helinont street.
Miss Lind.?ey, of Stenbenvilie, is visiting
Miss llattie Jones, on Guernsey street.
The Clipper, a steamboat saw mill, is lying
below tbe 15. & 0. bridge, sawing walnut logs
into boards.
Itev. K. J[.Urown lias returned from bis
holiday, and there will be preaching in the
Second Presbyterian Church next Sunday.
William Sharp is moring into bis new
Gravel llill residence. M. Sonneborn will
soon occupy the house Mr. Sharp is leaving.
Mr. I'arnnrd has offered for the acceptance
of Council a third addition to the city of
Uellaire, being a number of lots north of Iudian
run.
Dr. George Close has decided to remove
from St. Clairsville and practice his profession
here. He will occupy the olllce that
has been occupied by Dr. A. K.Smith, facing
the square.
Mr. Samuel Johns, of Cleveland, was in
town yesterday. Mr. Johns has been chief
cleric in the machinery department of the C.
it 1\ railroad for '2u years.
Mr. Eberle will begin to-day tbe building
of the soldiers' monument, which he says he
will have completed bv Senteiuber 10. the
time first fixed. His contract bun nothing to
do with the unveiling |>OBtponeiuentT
The Council has before it the project of
opening Jefferson street, from the slreetabove
the church on Gravel Hill, on through the
Cummins properly. Thin would make a
much better route for teams going between
the middle ferry and town, and, besides, is
one that will be opened sooner or later as a
street.
Mr. Henry Over found a satchel in a culvert
below the Cleveland it Pittsburgh depot
yesterday morning. It contained a coat and
vest, good, but well worn, a clean shirt and
collar and some other things of not much
value. It was left at thi} depoi, and Conductor
Walling, of the accommodation train,
receivad a telegram of such a satchel being
left on the train the evening before. So it is
altogether likely that some dishonest passenger,
noticing that the satchel was left in the
car, took it uut with him here and iindiug it
of but little value pitched it into the culvert.
It is not known whether he took out auy thing
of more value.
We have just been advised by the executive
coiiiinitteii of the Monumental Association
that owing to ttio fact that the oitixens of
Wheeling have muile extensive preparations
to celebrate the 10th day of September in
commemoration oi old J?"ort Henry, and that
our people generally desire to participate
with them on that day, they have postponed
the unveiling of the Soldiers' Monument
here until some time in October, due notice
of which time will he given. The various
posts and societies that have been invited to
oe present have been advised of the postponement
and urgently requested to be with us
in October. The committee things this step
is an act of courtesy duo to our Wheeling
neighbors and are satisfied they will appreciate
it, ai'd when thccerciuony of unveiling
takes place liere they will return the compliment
by being present.
martin's ferry.
Judge Foley, of Muskingum county, is sojourniug
among friends and relatives here.
Joel Wood, Esq., who is a victim of hay
fever, contemplates a trip to the mountain
regions of Pennsylvania to seek relief.
The camp-meeting of the Second M. E
church, in Walnut grove,' is progressing very
favorably. The choir from the Latiiuore
church, of Steubenville, will be down uext
Saturday and furnish music for the Sunday
services.
' The Pittsburgh conference of''the eastern
district of the Jmtherari church will meet in
the Lutheran church here next Tuesday aiid
continue in session until Thursday. There
will be important matters presented foe'eonsideration.
' .yf
A game oi base ball was played on the
commons yesterday afternoon between the
Eagles, from Wheeling Island, and the Qscar
Wildes, one'of our own clubs. The wings of
the Eagle's wero badly clipped, and the
(esthetes won the match by a regular sunllower
score?19 to G. Send some of the other
clubs over..
Considerable excitement was created on
Second street, above Hanover, caused bv a
tight in Fred Romal's stable. It appears that
Fred's hired man, a recent importation from
till* FntllOfllltl/1 Woo alini.inn I.!..
tiie butt cud of u whip/ and ^red discovering
it waded in with a view of thrashing hiiu.
Very littfe blood was spilled, and the racket
was soon squelched.
1 Our people appear to be very we|J plp&sed
1 with the resujt of the Congressional Convon.
tion. Dr. UndegrafTs speech was read with
general interest, and has been quite freely
and favfirablv discussed in the resorts most
frequented by our local politicians and
voters. The fact that he received so large a
majority of the delegates is commented on as
a natural result of the abuse and misrenre.
sentation to which he wiwsqblected.'and it is
now prettv well settled that his vote- hore
will be fully up to the usual standard. In
the country, as was learned from a granger
who came in to-day, the Doctor will receive
a very large vote, many Democrats declaring
they will vote for him in preference to any
man yet named for thg p,gtflinailgu at St.
plalrsvjHp. '
NEW CUMBKRLAXD.
Court iB still in session. The Huff* will
, case is still in progress and will occupy the
time of thp court during the greater part of
thewoek,
Considerable growling is made by sorao of
our citizens in regard to the expenditures of
i money belonging to tho town in improving
6idewalks and street crossings. Heretofore
much has been ?uid about there being no lm- c*
provementa made and yet all the money expended.
This year the Council elccted were
all comparatively young men, and they have
showed their pluck and go-aheadlsm, and
now the people are hoping eomethlng will be
done.
This morning James Breen, a boy about 13
years old, while ridln# a mule In upper town,
fell olT and the mule tramping on him, hurt
hi in pretty severely.
Mrs. Jauies Moren, of Freeman's Landing,
died yesterday evening At a ripe old age.
Mrs. Moren is luotherof Captain John Moren,
lato of the steamer llaltic. bhowlll be interred
to-day in the cemetery here.
KIVKK M;WN
<11 n Uciirrnl XHiure?HolutttXolril Down
on tin* l.?Vfv.
The Klalne passed up with watermelon
boa la.
The llelmont and J. C. Fisher passed up
with elliptic*.
The II. M. Townsend and llelle Prlucc
passed down with empties.
The shipments on this riso will probably
not exceed 1,500,000 bushels.
TheC. W. Anderson, the llrat boat out of
Pittsburgh for Cincinnati, passed down yesterday.
If the present Btage of water could only be
maintained uutil the Stato Fair is over, it
would increase the atteudanco wonderfully.
The river continued rising yesterday
morning and river men smiled to themselves.
About doom the river became stationary,
with a depth of water in the? channel of 0
feet 7 inches. It will probably fall below
that before noon to-day. :
The advertisement of the W. N. Chnncellor
appears in this morning's issue. This is a
tine boat, commanded by very clever gentle*
men. Travelers and shippers should patronize
the Chancellor, running up the Kanawha
to Charleston from Pittsburgh.
The coal fleet commenced missing down
early yesterday mdrning In the following
order: Paci tic, Hornet No. 2, Sam Brown,
George Lysle, Dan Kane, Comet, James Oilmore,
Enterprise, Onward. Josh Cook,
Alarm, Win. Stone. J. S. McDonald and Jos.
A. Stone. The run on this rieo will be (
small. |
won* or TIIB 8NAUHOAT VOODRUfr. 1
Monday, August 21.?Removed two snags *
from the West Viiginia side of channel op* |
nosite the mouth of Muskingum River; four \
from the Ohio side of channel in front of l
Mile Hun; two opposite Knox's ship yard; '
one at head of Muskingum Island; one at J
Reppard's liar; two at James Island; one in
front of Conuress Creek. .
Tuesday?Five snags on the Ohio side in
front of Dana's farm; four Just below the c
head of Rlennerlmsset Island; one at the foot ?j
of the island; two just above Walker's Land- J
ing; one at the foot of Newhurg Bar; one on i
the West Virginia side opposite Indian Creek;
one at Jackson's Landing; one at Long Dot- J
torn Landing; three at Roberts' Landing; two 1
at l'ortland Mill Landing; two on the Ohio J
side of dam above Rulllngton Island; sixteen
on the West Virginia side of channel just 3
below the mouth of Rig Sand Creek; one at M
Sand Creek Rar; one at Williamson's Land*
ing; one at John McKay's Landing; four at J
8 wan n's; one from channel in front of S wann's ?
Landing. j
Wednesday.?'Three snags from" the Ohio "
side just above James Hall'sLanding; one J
from the West Virginia side just above Nut h
Parr's farm: four at Willow'Grove Landing; g
two at Ripley Landing; one from the Ohio g
side just above Apple Grove; three at Apple
Grove Landiug; one from in front of School *
house I til of one from just below Widow 8
Parr's Landing. ,i
Thursday .?One sang from just above An- a
tiqui'y Coal Works; three from just above
Graham's Station: one atSyracus* Coal Land- I
ing; one from the Ohio side just below New
Haven. J
Friday?One snag at the bead of Eight- J
mite Island, three from West Virginia side at ?
the head of Six-mile Island; one at the foot of c
Kanawha bar. She also removed two pieces 8
of dam at Muskingum Ice Harbor and a
sunken coal boat from the island side of the S
channel at the foot of Mustapha Island. A '
twenty-ton sandstone rock was taken from c
the channel at the foot of Vienna Island.
Greensboro, Pa., August30.?River U feet J
G inches and falling. u
Brownsville, Pa., August 30.?River 7 feet \
, 4 inches and falling.
Pittsuohgii, Pa., August 30.?River G feet t
and falling. Weather cloudy and warm. *
Oil City, Pa , August 3d.?River 1 foot 5
inches and falling. Weather clear and pleas- r
ant. S
Cincinnati, 0., August 30.?River 9 feet 5
inches and rising. Weather coudy and J!
pleasant.
======== n
FINANCIAL AND IOU3IKUCI&L. 1
New York Money it ml Stock*. p
< New York, August 29.?Money 2aG per ccnt, =
clowlng nt 2 ner cent. 1'rltne mercantile paper 6
percent. Sterling KxchatiRC liinkera' bills steady .
at 84 65i<: demand 8-18914. I
Governments?Unchanged, except \Yf, roaU*.
tercd, which arc } ; pcr-ccut. lewvr. Extended
Os ?irc called ip.
U. 8.6s, oxtoudcd. I Lehigh & Wilkes#...?107
C.8. 5s, extcndcd.,..101U SL P.dtS. C. firsts?110^
0.8. JJ^s.coupous...lH^|U. P. bonds, firsts-... 116j<j
0, 8. 4s, coupons. 11'j/hiu. P. Lana Grants...H5
Pacific 6s of '95 130 |U. P. linking fun<l?l?!%
Central Pacific flretfi-115% Texas Foe land els... CO
Erie seconds. ? 5<K do. Rio Grande oil v... b6%
Offered I
Railroad 3oNns-Strong.
State Bonds-^-DuU.
Louisiana consols...- G7 I Virginia 6s 35
Missouri fa- 110 Virginia consols, exSt.
Joseph J11 |. tr.v mat. coupons... &$>%
Tennessee 6s 54 (Virginia deferred...,, 12J> t
Tennessee 6s, new? 61 ( V
ftook:?Opened strong at an advance of v?al k.
per' "cent, compared with yesterday's close,
the latter N. }. Central. In curly trade tln re
was a further advance of a,fraction, after
which a decline of per cent, took place,
in which Louisville A Nashville, Bochpsjey <k
Pittsburgh, and C. C.?\?t I. >\cre more cohspiouous. -r
At noon pricts told up |>cr cent, Roencster & u
Pittsburgh, and Western Union lending the recov- n,
try, but the hUh rute of money had a depressing
tendency ami the market subsequently fell olT yKai v
per tent, Lackawanna, New Jersey Central, and
Texas Pacific being prominent iu the downward
movement. From tnen to the close the market
was dull and only fraclional ehrtiwstook place. .
lu the final dealings money became easier and 11
prices advanced a fraction and the market c'osed 81
dull but firm, shoeing a general advanro on the a
day's trunsactions of Hi'?l>^ I>er cent. Krio preferred ?'
leading therein. Salrs?Canada Southern 'J,000,
Central Pacific 4.000, Lackawanna 3,003. Delaware ?'
Hudson 3,'.00. Denver & Rio Grande 14,Q00s>harva,
Total transactions 255,000shares
Adams Express 140 Nun. & Chatt 02 fl
American Express... 95-Ji New Jersey Cent 7ilA 0i
Canada Southern..? 63'4 Northern Pacific 50% ?h
C. C. i I. C 13k do. preferred tttft 0,
Central Pacific 93i<, Northwestern -14.') r(
Chcsapeake& Ohio. W/A do.nrcferred...". 1CJV4
do. 1st preferred-.. 37 New York Central...184% _
do. 2d preferred-... 25 Ohio Central -117^
C., C.. C. A L Ohioi Mlfcj 13&
Ddnver 4R.G 57% do. preferred- -105
Erie 3^ Pacific Mall UK
do. preferred 81 C. & P.? ?. 137
Kort Wayne J?K Reading CQtf ~
Han. & St. Joseph-.. 85 St. L. nS. F.?. ay
do. nrofurrw! 03I/.I
. ?,?u ?? WS* Kansas
& Pod tic 3!>? St. Paul 128%
Lake Erie it w Viy4 do. preferred 13Cv% '
LakeShorc ....ll'-'V* TexasPaclflc bVA
Louisville iNash.,.. 72 ft Onion Pacific. HUM
L. N. A. A 0.. 72 United SUtcaEx 74'4 ?
M.&C.lstprefd. 115 W..SLL.&P -37 ~
do. 2d pref'd- 10GJ4 do. preferred - GCJf |
Mera.Achaa 6'J Wells. Wrgo Ex 130$
Michigan Central 'JSJJ. Western Unlou UjJj I
Mo. Pacific..... Offered. 1
Nkvt Yobk, August 30.- Cotton q?iet,nt 1215-lGa
13j^c: futures closed weaVer. Flour'dull: receipts
13,000 barrels; exerts l'.lOff barrels; super ft no State
and western'13 7l)n4 40: common to Rood lb;
good'to choice 8523aij 25; white wheat'extw 87 COa
8 00; exttU Ohio SI 00?\7 SOVB'- Loulsi $4 G3od 00;
Minnesota mlotit pH*cw> $7 CGaS So. Wheat, %n%a 1
lower with talr qxjioh iltttniind, intinly for No. 2
red, closing dull and depretsed; receipt* 255,000
bushels: exports M.COQ liushols: ungraded red OSe
oSl III; Steamer No. 3 red St Ufcal lita No. 2 ml ,,
8112al 12}< certificates; $1 12>iiu 13 <lollv**red; No. "
l red $1 o; steamer No. 3 reu St 0>J^; No. 3 red
$110; mixed wluter $1 10; ungraded white 81 Otia
11C; No. 3 white 81 u7; No. 2 do SI 14JJ: No. 1 do. ?J
sales 2,000 bushels at 8117y,\ No. 2 red August, sales A
141,000 bushels at 81 12al 12W, cloving at SI 12; m
September sales 432,000.bushels at 31 12V<alI'AC,
closing at 8112^: October, sales 736,000 bushels at
8113%al 13% closing ?t 81 1334: November, sales
2S8.000 bushels at 81 14j?nl 15%, closing at 5114}*;
December, sales >0,01.0 bushelT* at SI If.ma
l \Q%, closing at 811<% year, sales 48,OUQfcusholrtt
81 l'.'al 12K. closing at 81 li. Ofttl>, fWh and Au?
gust Va3J4c higher, later months lower, closing
dull and >voau; receipts 48.COO bushels: shipmenu
WO bushels;" ungraded 67aV3o; No. 2,93kcin
elovutrfh iMfc In store; No. 2 white Wattle; No. 2 August.
WKaDoc, closing at (J?k> bid: September 8M?a
Kflc. closing at tojlc; October SIV{n&4%<\ closing
at &lKc; November bokasoxc, closing at bO}?e; year ,
7G%a7?%c, closing at 7uJ^c. Oh is, la3c lower; heavy ?
ana unsettled; receipts' 2.M,000 bushels; ex pom ?
none: mixed western 45a53e: vrhlto w(?steru 50a
53c. Hay dull and weak at (VtoCfo ' Hops quiet,but 1
steady; eastern 4U4&y Now \orlt -tluiOc. Coffee P
ui.it o>iH uticiiaiiRvn.' sugar iinner -and In good J*
de'iiiiUiu; fair tri good refining 7}{m7&-1Cc. MoUtsca J1
quiet and unchanged. Hire. nukt and iteady. \!
Petroleum, n Miwleliette': United crude .
fi%c; refined ft}$*7e. Tallow demand fair mid
ketllniTHt Sfta'Je. ItoMn. quiet AM' uuv-nnnccd.
Turpeutlue du'l And weak aV^Vv ?>*n. fc>?siinn
Rt21J4n2^c. lVjrkft'f^lyi iif'w mew, 322 cxtm
prim? S'p'!& bdef unlet. hut Ann. put me*%
mtJdtei fntrco and iroinlrml: \one clear middled 7,
$1* 12& L*ju weak; prlmo't.team, 812 82j? But- \]
tcr Ann a?d In vc?od demand nt 15a'?c, Chre?u I
tlrm for fine at'6X?\0c.
Chicago. August M.-vKlouniulet and unchanged.
When; pnleri regular 81 oi% A newt; tt^io Sep
lemocn November tl</%e year, No.'J Cblu-xn 8<
spring $1IH Cflah: |1 G2 August, No. 2 rt<l winter Hi
II 02K c??h; lltt-'al trj'4 Aii|*u*t: 51 oi^ai oiy% p
September. Corn, In Mr*demand but nt lower lr
rote* at 76aT0}i? 76A?RU?.t: 75a7J?*4c I.
September; 74&c October. "oJ^aTOJio Novenil^r. ft
C5%c y*ur. Oat*, demand ne.lve wi?t price* buve K
advanced at40Uc cash and Augmt: 3C5iu."U^c September;
35>^i36^o October; 35c yew. llye linn ut
C. Barlejr flrtn ?t Wc. Flaxseed lower at $t 29 dorered.
Butter in rood demand for line cream
rlwat 23430c; good to cholco tl*irlc? 1?*24c. - ftp
1 fair demandat 18H*19o Whlrtjr Heady it 11IV.
?rk, active but lowtr at 12183*21 M <* & and Au?
Wit; U\ 77K*2l W ifrptember; W 02K*
(? Octolwn 121 Wall fiO November.
i\ 17S January; I.H) 25 year. Urd, active but
rmerat lis UK for w?h and Auguit; 112 32U*
2 33 September; 112 42Kal2 43 October. |I24?X*
2 to Ikwraber 112 3UI2 32H January: 112 30
oar. liulk meat* dull: shoulder* 110 23; short
lb 113 73; ihort clear 514 60. Call-Wheat dull:
vgular firmer but not ouotably higher, No. 2 red
"in.,?r H OlJ-Jal 01 August: ll ui*i September: No.
: Clilcai{o?|?rit)R ft u*5<. Corn In lair demand; deerred
Intuit* low?r at 7ft)id Augti't; 7Mje8ept?m en
73!Ociobon 70k?;0j4c November, tokc
ear. OaU llrmf r but not qiiotably holier. For*
**lcr, but hardly lower. Utd generally 2>^?i5c
ower.
Ualtihork, Auguit 30.-Flour iteady and in
noderatu local delimit. Wheat, weMoru ' ?<Hler,
:lositiK firmer; No. a winter ted m?t II MJSal
MiRUit II 11K?11IJJ: Mopti'tnlwr 11 ll%nl HH:
October It Fijtf: November ll)3y$: IKccmbertl 14>i
il 14!^. Com, western dull: mlu'd September WWo
i?ked; Octol>cr8lWo: Novcmlier'HJiaTVc: November
ir December 71c bid. OaU, lower, but fairly acIve:
western whlto 4la4*c; ml ml 37a 40c; rain
ylvimln 40wlJc. Hyo dull at r.7o- Hay Heady
it.|l.'?*l<J. Provision* higher and lltm; iiicm pork
12400; bulk meat*. ahouldera and clear rib tide*,
tacked III -mU #7)<; bacon Moulder* 112 Vfl; clear
Ibalda* 81?'25; ham*$15 ".Villi I.nid, rellned
114 IK). Huttorflrm: weatem packed l&a'2Cc: cream*
?rjr !K*a'2Sc. Fgpi firm at 'iV. Petroleum nominally
dehor, but dull; refined 7,,^*7?io. Cofl'i-c dull at
lN*0JiC. Bllgur quiet: A aoft %C. Whlaky quiet
ind Heady at II IOaI'JO.
Cincinnati. Auguit 33.-Cot ton quiet at 12Jic.
lour dull and unchanged. Wheat heavy; No. 2
?;d winter ii OOal uo}? itK>t; ii U(J%itl 01^ a uguit;
il 01 September: ii Oiftal 03 October: ii01 No*
ombcr; II 01*1 01k year; receipt* 4.',OOObuahel*:
hlpmenta 30,030 uunhelt. Corn dull, weak and
ower, No.'.' mixed 76>4a7G%(i ?|x>t: 75o bid au:u*U
?CV?a7iJ}{c September: 72*c bid Oclober,
1INovember, 01}?*61year, 57c January.
>ata ditnand fair and market ilrm; No.'J mixed
Output: 40%c kid August: 37Jia.tsc September:
X>Yio bid October. .Wio bid November; Ittftic bid
ear. Hyo firm anil hUhcr at 75n78e. Iturlev
toady and unchanged. Fork rtrin nt ftfOOa'jrf 7i?.
jtrd firm at 112 30. Hulk meat* icarco and Ilrm;
boulder* 110 00; clear rlb|14 00. bacon In good do*
nand; tihouldets 110 87; clear rib 115 (JO; clear
15 h0. Whlaky quiet and firm at II 17; coinbl*
latlon sale* of flulauod goods 370 barrel* ou &
laiia of 1117. Butter iteady and unchanged.
Philadelphia, August 30.?Flour, choice Arm:
itlieraradrs weak. Kyu Hour, steady and unhanged,
W heat opened steady at a light decline
ruin yestcnluy, ami sulue<mently advanced. K*Ko
itider active spcculatlvo Inquiry; scarcely atiye*>ort
demand: No 2 r*d elevator $115: No. 'i red
Vugust fl 15a 1 15V,: fc'cptointier (I I'.'Jinl 13%:
October tl 13Kal l?Ji; November SI Hal 14j*a
Corn, quiet; sail mixed hCJ^aSTc; steamer
LVJiaMtciwdl mixed August WiJ^aaT^c; Septein>er
85KaM5rJ^c: October ?t%a85}je; November 80%
iSlc. Uat?, ?le*dy for No. 2 white; dud for low
trades; No 2 white 58c; No. a white 61c. No. 1
nixed 51e: No. 2 mixed 49c. I'rovhlons llrm and
uichanged. Laru steady and unchanged. liutter,
inn for high grades: others neglected. Kgpt Arm
it 22c. Cheese, choice steady: low grades dull and
vcttW. I'ctrolcum firmer at Whisky firm and
uichangcd.
Cuicaoo, August 30.?The Drxner't Journal remit*:
Cattle?Receipt*5,5C0 head; Texnns far West and
tomtnon natives weak mid 10nl5e lower;, desirable
trades unchanged; stockera and feeder* slow ?t
i:t 40a4 GO; shippingsteer*, poor tocholce, $1 50h75<?,
ihicfly $5 25a 0 Tcxans 53 75a5 00; Nubraskas,
rexuns and hnlf boeds, SI C0a5 CO.
Hogs-Kceelpts 17,0?0 nead; shipments 4,COD head,
farkct wean and 5a 10c lower; supply excessively
ight; bacon 5< 40a8 70; heavy iHuklUKand ship>lng
18 75a'J 21): mixed 18 O aS GO; greasetH 87 10a
IX): skips 8fi 2U7 00; aboutG.0C0 head U'tnold.
Sheep? Receipts 1,00) head: sh iptneuta 1.000 head;
larket dull and weak; common to fair 83 5?u4 2">.
;ood to fancy 5140a4 75; lamtaSl 50ii3 50 i>er head,
Toledo, August 30.?Noon Hoard?Wheat firm:
o. 2 spot 81 August 51 05}$: September and
):tober SI 0;% November 51 01; year 51 C-%
kirn steady and tlrm: high mixed 79c. No. 2 sj?ot 7vc.
tugust 7l)c bid: September 7GJ?c bid: uctober
4Jio bid: yeurCtJ^c. Closed?Wheat steady. No. 2
pot 81 00; August SI 05%; September!I (WW; OctoicrSt
03%: Novemlier Si 03Jy, year 81 01%. Corn
toady: So. 2 spot 7'Jebid; August7l)}^c bid; year
(c, uuu quiet out MCduv; ?>o. z spot nud An;ust
40J<c biu; September 37c bid; your 35%c bid.
Kast liberty, Pa.. August 30.?Cattle?Receipt*
55 hind. Market slow; prime 86 75ti7 00; gojd
5 75aGCO; common H 0l>u5 00.
Hogs?Receipts 1,000 heal. Market slow; I'hila
lelohlas, s'J 00>i'J 20; Baltimore^, 58 GOaS bO; Yorkeis
7 75*8 50. ?
Sheep-Receipts 000 head. Market fair; extra
t 50at 75; good 8-1 00a4 60; common 82 OOat 00.
Nk\v YoitK, August30?Dry Goods?Willi a good*
lemand for seasonable sjtecialtles, and many mis ellaneous
orders for staples, of dally steadiness, in
onnecliou with very inanv deliveries on old transictlons,
agent* ate enable! to repjrt a good volume
if silei", and the tone of the market is exceedingly
teady.
Nkw York, August 30.?Metals.?Manufactured
upper dull and unchanged: Ingot lakelbj.?ulbj^c.
'ic lrou dull; Hotch $"23 uoa2C 50; Auetic.n 822 00
.26 (0. Iron. RusMa sheeting 811 50al2 0.'. Nails;
ut 83 55; clinch $6 l.'mG 15.
New Orleans, August 30.?Coffee quiet and firm;
fibbing ordlnory to prime Sialic, bugar quiet
iud a'eudy; fully fair HJ^e; prime to choice b>{aSiia
ellow clarllled S%uS%e. Molasses dull and unhanged.
TtTiravii.i.r, Pa., August 30.?Oil opened at57>?c;
ilghest57%c; lowest 66^c: closed at IGJ^c. Sliipnents
81,lso barrels: charters, 57,746 barrels; tide
viiter runs 11,01(3 barrels.
Cincinnati, August 30.?Live hog* firm; comnoil
and light. 80 oOiUJ 50; packing and butchers'
7 OOuS'JO. Receipts 1,200 head; shipments 250 head.
Pittsruroh, August 30 -Petroleum dull; United
ert ideates weak: rinsed >a TM/n- mtlmwi
%e forl'hjludeiphU delivery.
Ktw Yohk, August .V.?Wool?Dull; domestic
oeee 3.'a46c; Bulled 18ut'.Ic; uu\vwshed ]2uIWc;
'cxhu 14ii33c.
New York. August 30.?Leather?Finn and In
t>od demand; hcmluclc sole 'CntKc.
MEDICAL.
Word's Radical Cure,
INSTANTLY RELIEVES
he most violent Sneezing or Head Colds, clears the
tad U8 by limbic, stops watery discharges from the
ose and eyeH, prevents ringing noises In the head.
ires Nervous Headache and subdues Chills and ,
ever.
IS CHRONIC CATARRH
cleanses the nasal 'rtis<ages of foul inneus. re*
ores the sense* of smell, taste and hearing when
Teetcd, frees the head, throat and bronchial tubes
offensive, choVlug matter, sweetem und purities
ic breath, stops the cough and arrests the p regrets
! Catarrh toward Consumption.
A PUKEI.Y JJALSA5IIC
istlllatlon of witch hnzel, American pine, Cntifida
r. marigold, clover blossoms, etc. Sweet, Nife,
Vectlve. One bottle Radical Cure, one box Cn
rrhal Solvent and one Dr. Sanford's Inhaler, in i
iu package, of all druggists, 81. AsIc for Banjhd'h
haDICAI. CURB..
VV KF.HN A POTTER.Ronton,
ooLU/ys-ELECTRICITY
></ Gentle, yet effective, united .
v ^50t!rlw/l' with Healing Balsam, ren
COUJKS' VOLTAIC
?"=2^ JrfSljL ELECTRIC l? L A 8 T K R 8 ,
0,,e hundred times superior I
to all other plasters fqr every \
C^asa I'aln, Weak lie* s und hiflam&/
*?Tr?o > matior\. ^rlcc 23 crul*.
ASTt.^ Sold ovcrywht-re. my.frM.iTh
[HE CHORAL CHOIR.
A New Church Music Ilook.
iv w r? I
... A-jLilVlVlINS,
D1TS0N & CO. Ukc pleasure In Introducing to
ic public their new Choir Hook for 18&ms83. Not
ily a Choir Hook, but aalngitu: CUks and onven*
on Book. Not only these. but a capital collection ,
1 easy Ulceuud Song music, of llymn-luue and
nthem music, easy. pleasing, and thoroughly
iuMcttl. JlJhT OUT.
It vrould be well to sqi\<1 *>?irly for a copy for ex*
initiation.
PBICE Sl.OO.
THE l'EEULESS.
A New Singing School and Convention Book.
UY W,0. PERKINS.
While tho CHORAL CHOIR w ohm of the tost
[Singing Class liooks, it seem* neceskary to provide
ir the wants of those who prefer to use a cheaK-r,
ghter and KiDHller bcok. The PEERLESS Issiml- t
x in arrangement and quality to It* larger com*
inlon, differing only in its bite, and in the num?
erof pieces of a kind which it contains. Heglnen?
cannot but to delighted at the large numbur of
rvrasy and very pretty exeicitun aud Kings.
RICK Y3 CfS. Hend curly fur M'vclmou copy. i
Mailed to any add res* for nltovo prlccn. I
01.1 V Kit IHTKIW * r<? '
? VUM IU.KUU.
843 ?Xk"l?>T. New York.
SKLEYAH FEMALE INSTITUTE"'
STAUNTON. VIRGINIA.
Open* September MIL, issi Ono n(ili.,'pi?.
:ho.,l. J.r VoUlli* In,Ik, L|, ||,? g.W 'J" J
IU /rum eighteen SU:**. Terms mm J,/n!* i "
i the Union. Ifcwnl, W^'.C, JSh,11'* 'ij?1
Mill. b?i?. (it mm. IliMmnwi"" v,,.i, i?'
baking powder.
lip j
Absolutely Pure.
Thli powder nererttrtau A marvel of purity,
trcngth ami whoUaouonaa. Moro economical
thau the onllnarj- klnda. and cannot be told in
cotim'tltlon with the multitude of low twt, ihort
weight, alum or nhoaphate txmden Sold only In
can* . ROY A I. BAKINO POWDRRCO,,
j Ww Yrrk.
~?aa?rti
MALARIA
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians arc able to fathom.
Its cause is most frequently
ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not necessarily
mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it It
often aficcts thesuftererwith
general lassitude, accompanied
by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the person
afflicted growing weaker
and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he becomes
a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria once having bid Its
hold upon the human frame, the
door of the system is thrown open
to nervous diseases. The body
weak and enfeebled absorbs no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
itself, the digestive organs no
longer perform their functions;
the IlverWomes torpid, and other
organs failing to do their routine
work. speedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
to ensue.
In addi-'iotito being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
rccommendcd for all diseases requir
ing a certain ami efficient tonic; especially
indigestion, dyspepsia, intermittent
fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Knrichcs the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, $i per bottle
Be sure and get the genuino
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
_ DENTISTRY, '
THE
>'ew York Dentnl Company's Office,
10c0 MAIN ST., WHEELING,
During the past yenrThousands of Tooth hav? been
txtmcUd at 25 ecnts each.
BEST GrTJJUL SETS
AT EIGUT DOLLARS PER SET.
$8.00. $8.00.
Gas given for Painless Extraction of Teeth. 50cts.
HU'25 DRS. MCCORMICK * HKO
?)RS. SURG1S0N <Sc SON,
DENTISTS,
No. 1148 Market street. Wheeling, W. V*.
All operation* wurnuniil. ItW
WINES AND LIQUORS.
JHAB. K1UUB. HOU KRAUH. FEIO. UAMU
C. IiR-tYUS & CO.,
(8ucc?*or to H. Bchmnlbach 4 Co.,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors, Brandy,
GIN, CORDIALS AND WHISKIES, \
No, 1133 Market Sticet,
'Cos
CLOSING mi
w -V A
N
rr?m
- ODDS AXD ENDS IN
Majolica Glass and Decorated Ware,
FOlt THE NEXT SIX DAY'S.
JOHN FRIEDEL,
ftnlO 1130 MAIN STRRBT.
KRAFT'S
DIARRHEA
COMPOUND,
The only safe and certain cure for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea,
Dyseiitiiry, Colic, CruinpH, Sujjilivr
Complaints, &c.
Invalnnblii for children diirlUK thfjir Second
Summer, lumufor more than twenty vnnrx and
mmicyurlniled. Nocutonojwy. l'ri jcUtccnli.
I!. A. McUAItE&CO., l'r oprictors,
)yl WUKKUNfi, W.VA.
QATTLE AND HOG F&ijT
For 8a!o Cheap.
IVIicdiiij- (Jraiie SiW.ri,IKl Kdlnlnf Co.
A.O. KOERTEB,
1 R?ftn?t<rv
THIS PAPER ssrasssKa!
YORK.
PORRBHT
pon Kent. ?
WANTEO,
AT UI.ES WANTKD?Yoi'Vr"'"
jieater Co4l and Coke Worta. ^'hntlliir ^'v
,\ BUSINESS MAS \\TxrT?d- I
t\. lotUbly fnruUhed worn* larhlmMiiMVi' m
ot a low mouth*, wlih or without t^|T> m
mcti nxcbMiied. Addrva. M. K. M.,
)nu%'. ffy I
gov WANTED. 1
Wanted, a boy 15 ?r 1C yean ol age, to ^ 1
Jruccry lhnlnes*. Mutt wrltoAEood I
;ulck at flguret. Thu rl^ht Vlml ol * loy *illU| I
in Itnprovlun iltuatlon. Addie* b, i,t? iUiq. I
U'UCLT. |Q| I
GENERAL KOTICB8. 1
rjMIE FOKT HENRY CKNIKNMaT 1
AllMiwuikMlui R?W?. Indlau Curlmltu ?
any artlcU at luattumtiH hvrlni any chMtt&i
with Vorv Henry otlWilase. will i?W?iu?uth?; I
lor MblbUlou ?Mh? Rwiwrbliu hit. M.?
cloae ol tba Kalr th?y will l* duly ntumtd toil*. I
rvtuccllTA owutw. All artlcU* ol Hit* rb?ru?
lad with Wilbur llrockimler, M-.^"b?lnn?m4ul
Committee ou Ktrllca, Ac . or with t?. L CrautaTt 1
will be ptoi'Tly canri lor. w3'' 1
J^OTICE. " ' 1
L. D. Dloomfield lmi been anjKilnloJ Cul. 1
Urol the City Hank with full now?r??
?-?- * "
nuu sign cnccks ami attend tu tie?u. I
eral intertill of the Dank. * I
in1,'* 11 CUANGLK, Ytn\ I
clrrk'i orru*. , I
Board of Commiwijnkrj. ohio Toi'stt I 1
AUgUll vl. lWi ' j I
Fr?nonU ire Invited for the ui*M>nry ana I
pro?cht? of a brtilu? to b? butli u??r t-hnrt ?ant I
about oue-half ralie from I momh, ou ibe out! I
and Urooke county Una. Toe uianury. tinhncl-t I
about 3 Cubicyards. to be of th? tiutcU* ul, 1
In full cement niorur. Th? fill will im..unt u I
about'J/M cubic )ardi. hl<l? will be tmhtd u |
tnl? office until ihe Oth day of September ntit u I
noon. *1 be Ct uunlMlouer* rcn-rvo Hie tight to rv- I
Icci any ami all bldi. B> order of the |u*nl. I
1 K0UTH.W00Ui.lltt* 1
W.C. SMI Tit. County Engineer. ?u^i
^OTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS * 1
or Tits 1
SL'AUI.DINU IKON tOMl'ASY. 1
A meeting of Stockholders will l? htlJ *t tt?
Coal Shaft at BrllllantrO.,on
SATURDAY, SKITKMBI.R ?th,
at 2 o'clock I*. for the purpoie of c'tctln* *nn
17) Director*. auu the tmnwctlon of other bn*ut?v
DAVID SI'Atll.UlSu,
THK01MI1LVS Mill
THUS D.TAYLOIL
1.KW1S CLOIUN,
CI! AS. II. SI'AULIHXti,
au26 <Vrt?irmnr?.
THECITYBANK
WHEELING, AV. Y?. 1
(Stockholder Individually liable.) 1
NOTICE ? L. 1). llLOOUKtr.t.n lias l>ec a ij.^inlM \
Cishlcr of the City Hunk, with full pro vrumdutw
and ftlgu chccks ami uttcnu to the ?e ottil lnur?t?
K. t'R i.NCLK, 1WL
It gives me pleasure to affirm niVicUl'r th? hIm>tu
public notice. Mr. Usuzell'k death will nut In ??y
way interfere with thu hurtncMol the lUnk. any
business confided to our JmimuitetntwlllU-WuV
fully and promptly httemkd to. luiltrtlur uu u
Mr. Bloomfleld's Muuatur*, l Hia
Vory truly, Ac.,
U. CRAXGLE, Pits't
SlflK>.Tl.'i:*?L. 1). ltLOOMMLD.Cm.
Our own Draft* on London and all olliprluditj j
citlea of Kuro|>e always attainable.
* K CltANGLK, 1'io'u
WHEELING. W. V*.. Amiint
FOR SALE.
I70U s STmOVvo 1mm
: ami Cart. 1 S. JQKIj. Klrkwoo<l,u. m;y
For sale-a new huick m\m
in# House. Mutated 2210 Cha|illue?trvtt.*li&
nil modem improvements. Apply to J. K. i.litUi,
Jr. au.-mhi>
FOR SALE?Til K STOCK ASDtiOOU
will ol a well equipped Job 1'riutluR UCiiv In
tills city, or would ?eil material In lou to Milt. lor
further particular >ngniit at tnl*oflit?. jy<
pOR SALE OR RENT.
KIRKWOOD PROPERTY.
Eleven acres on the hill above town.
H. FORMS. Wheeling
no. v,U. B. Custom House. Telephone F-ti.
j^OR SALE.
Farm of 101 acres, miles from Mootid>TllIe,
Marshall county, TV. Va.. li'> arte* under cultivation,
moHly lnj;rn>s. twohcwkUluchimkw,onU)J?
and a variety of imull fruit trm. Ilmwtuue ?.U,
and well watered with nevsr fa!ilttv,'C)>rinc>.
Inquire of JOHN L. Ulll-ON, on the
or to \v. y. HOtih .1- HKO.,
RU26 lap Market Stmt
J^OIi SALE.
A good fiirm, containing a?vfnty-Cvw icrc, ifl
cleared xceptliiKfi few acrn. situated mi
ing crcak roau, nam l'Ua>aut Hill. It h*?
with kcrcn room*, alio guide, jrain hum*. mi a
cood well, which lanevar drj, ami a l?me?l?tiin.
upon the plate are two of the finmorth?iil?KiUfound
In thw neighborhood. betting all kilidiol
fruit. Tor prict'or Information, call on or addio*
CAKLLOllM AKN, on the pninim. r??!ctl.t\BdUre?8
8herrartf, 1'. 0., l!at?!mll county. W.Va.
aul<* _
JpOR SALE.
That alcRnnt Residence, KM dapHiie *treet.
South Side. The building I* comiarailv.'.y ucw.
In perfect order within ami without; wiutMt> ten
rooms, bnlh room, hot and told water, gas thrwuyhout,
tht nttlo in flnhhed, exrcllant cvl!?r;*l"
brlclt stublo. carrinqtS nud wash liouxf. Ihi-lM'*tlon
and neighborhood one of the hot in thediy.
Apply to aLKXASuKR honk.
?' >& mis Mwrki'i tCraticV? 1""
MUSICAL GOODS.
TT'OR SA LE.
Jl}
A GOOD SECONDHAND
Steimvay J3inn<>!
AT A. BARGAIN.
Call toon.
LUCAS* MUSIC S'l'OliK,
_jc29 11-12 M?in Sl'rri _
piANO l-'OR.SAI.ll
A Fine Seco'iid-hand I'iano. feven octave,
over strung, i\j jierfvcfc order, for $lsO. <'sll
ut once to sec uru this bargain.
an24 WILSON' >V HA I'M KIL_
JTKW STAND A UD SI 1KKT MUSIC
At half pricc.
ORGAN I.'.'STHUCTION BOOKS ?t hill l?<Lot*
of MuMcaI ltrtrpdn*for30iIiijstone'Bend
ao fcUuip for l?r?c cattl'Wii'aud?=P11rt'
\>M. H.
au2* M Twelfth Si. Ww.MiiL't""
PICTURES ANDART MATERIALS.
jQKCOMATKI) TAMliOUINES,
FLAQUKSAND PAI.KTTKS.
An elegant assortment. Three for twentrflve
cent*, at KlltK'S ART STORE,
Main ?tn?et. Call ami wo tlicni. an'J._
JSfEW STOCK OF KXGKAVI.NGS.
Prl?dlln. SocrHtM Iwtnictln*. ''nnull^'l^r1^
PilRrlm Kxilta, Return of the )l?; Mower, MWw* .
Chdllenne, Tolling Itell. K|*re the "
I'm*, JeiMjr, Villus Kim, T*?> UL,h I mur
Kcrwra. ehxiuwpi'Hre Btforw hllwlifth. ami D* '
other desirable fcubjcct*. Cull *n<! we them*
K. I- NK.OLI., AK;INI.
my4 Mrf.nn1 llnii??- A rt Mnrc^
/^tniin\tnc. Avi) pa rxTINGS.
u
A large, fresh supply,'Just received at
W. S. HUTCH INS',
jy22 4J Twelfth Slr*L,
STKAYKI) OK STOLKN\-0.N*
day ninrnliiK U?t. '??n| Aii?*'rr'
very mull IMuik T?irlyr ^ l" fl1J^vv|i|l y?I*
to the tmmu of "Puiijiy." I-' n.'ur It:,
lock. A rewanl will l*l?*M toT ltJt nluu
oUluc.

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