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iill'AMM FAIR
or TUB
(EST ?4. EXPOSITION
ASH
STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION
ro HE IIKI.IW
,viiei:uno- w. iva.,"
...? im innn
jjjt, II, 12,13,14, Id ana lb, ink.
$15,000
J am? AND PURSES
lO 1JIC G1VJEN.
fflttito ???! illcjclo
Ilttcw Kai'li Day.
&irin for 1,0,0 ^'I'tcmbor 4lh, it 11
'jimW rulrit* ?if?o Scj'lcmbcr 11th,rat 6
[Fort Hfiiry Cenlt'imliil Celebration, rj.li'rHifnuriwmcntof
Jixlifp (1. [,. Cfonmcr,
Miilriiil'rrlii. Oration* will l>e delivered by
J.-inkMilWiol.-'ii-ak*i" on thekhmmkIn.
?j,iWlnn Sic. ?MMrwi uiiiler 12 yenra 26cent*.
fiRiwolliktli (out* li<irtc)& cci)tii, two hones
u iriit*. (ri^n tli'kft* S"i hshlb|loT*,*tkkeU
,j?o.ui4)n?)|l.W. (ir?iiil MtMtift.
EiMMiurt "Hive*twk will Ikj entitled to one
p.aj'i tit kt t for every li 50 entrance fee paid by
^?*rdtoS<wlary for Premium List and all
jhitiafjftaallon. f ;
A. RKYMANN, i'rcMdont.
Cp.lIi?oK.Trc4Kiirer.
i:p Mt.vi'Ki.. >trri'Ury. null> .
"OJ'KIIA IIOTJSE.j
fl'KSlUY, SKl'TEM unit 5th.
Otf.YI.Ytt OF Till; SEASON.
TUB 1IEST UK THEM ALL.
JOHN A. STEVBN8
COM I C OPEH A
COMJ'AiVV.
iftstlscnn entirely ne\r ami original OiMjratie
At>Minlity, oiitltlci! the
JOLLY BACHELORS,
[| STKVKNS DAIiLIN'O.
fjlldfcnchiitilltij; Musie, lovely Mrlodie#, eri*|>
clfitijDU!?yue. I'ruUuctd with new and bcnu
ttiUmry.Kun;*-'!'"* co?tumw, novel riinge Ai?.
Hiwt embracing the best Mara fit
6f!jtif*ori(l, Inclmliiijc , .
J11SS JK.VNMK WINSTON
AND
jlnml CIioniH of Trained Voice*.
IMM'I I.Alt OI'Klt.l 1'KICKS.
AJaMon.7?a:i<IM<vnU. Reserved ?e.tta,fl 00.
I famlf it V.il*m lUiiiccr'* Mush: Store, coin.
Sfnti-aiUT2d, Ht S a. m. mi3l
mWlNC, GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
fJRJllilLE A LUTZ,
PLUMBERS,
is uid Steal Fitters,
MIS Market Street.
Haling ami ventilating of public buildis,
dwellings ami factoripy u specialty,
ril
JHOIUSON & UIBBKED,
mericAi. clumbers,
Sis ad Steam Fitters,.
1314 Market St., Wheeling, W.Ya.
Dole?* la all kinds ol lead, wrought and otuftron
|-l|HM mid chimney tope, steam and
iwranges, sipnon pumps, safety valve*), batb
ill,links, Ac. Sole ttgeiiu. for the
Csiebrated Cameron Steam Pump,
islCaderwritcrs' tins Machine. Orders Iroin tUe
conntry promptly tilled. iph23
|UM. IIA RE A SON,
UCnCAL PLOMURKS, GAU AND HTXAkJ
FITTERS,
So. S3 Twelfth Btrect,
Wwo:i dono promplly at reasonable prlcw.
[ME F1TTON, ' ,
Wtal Plumber, Gas and Steam Filter
1410 llain street
_Aii onl-ra promptly nllcnilwl to. j?4
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS.
^KCOliivr K1) ~T A M110 RINES,. ~
I'l.AQCKSAND 1'ALFl'TES. *
l5t!r?atu assortment. Three for twenty.
?t KI UK'S AUT STORE, 11)05
jjtasir^i. Cull mul see llieni. nutI3..
J|W STOCK OF ENGRAVINGS.
Imtruetltlc, romelliui' Reply,
vP? ?il?, Return of the May Flower, Midnight
??*JSe, Tolling Ml. Spnro the WceilH, Deet
rJl^r. VllhKB KIv.h, Tnwo at the Oonrt of
aCr?"1wwwnre Heforo Elizabeth! and many
^iwinijiesubject*. Call and seo them.
K. L. NICOLL, Agent,
i MeLnre Wnnw Art Storo.
Q11kOMOS AND 1'AIKTINGS, >
* fresh supply, just received atHr
W. S. IIUTCHINff,
is
H Twelfth Street :
wines and liquors'. *
ML. KHAl'H, fniD. II AN KB
C" KRAU8 & CO.,
,,,
r0KTEUS AND DEALERS
w ForHQH XKD DOME8TCO
?JES and Uqoors, Brandy,
is. OOKUlAts ASD WHISIOK3,
"0. ]|Oo ?_
j* '* Sti oot,
I,.. slMMtR resorts. ii:
^ntaih lake park hotel I
^ ^ Association Headquarters.
I Open foj. GrUO?tN."
p?Iw.?m w??10 *i00 Iwr ^ny ?f
information tddren,
j? " VAN METER,
j ''nni'nrKrnii.V
'-K AXl) HOG pjjUD
for Sale Chosp.
Ikfelii, .,
5 ra>'1' Sugur nuil Iicllnhig Co.
A. 0. KQERTER,
Secretary
MKOtOAL. J
"""" VAM 3Ci~
HAIR BALSAM.
, TliU elegant drculnj
'Kr<>Vt$V fclciKil .by, thaw
uiedlt,loany
*li Jar article, on 00 11
JmKSS0011"1. ^
WAwJ-Vfr "T^JKwtlcj&lifttuaod purity,
H V%ilTwV? ''l twiMlni' material* H
b onlytliatftrebencficul
B to iho ?ca!p and hiir D
|J Rcitorc: the Youthful Color to Crcy or Failed Half ;] 1
R I'arkcr'i Hair IUtam U'finely perflimal ind U n I
I warranted to prevent foiling *l\lli9 Hair and to to. M
time dilidruff and Itching. Hilcox&C'o , N.V. I
I lor, tml $1 ilm, at <Wil?ti In iliua* wi.l inntklii?i, I ,
I? ammsmajBnB^tsxzsstaacasm m am
PAMKEK'S
GINGER TONIC
A SuperlatWa Health and Strength Reitonr.
If you ore a mechanic or fiirmtr, worn out with
overwork, or n mother tun down by family or house*
hold duties try I'AnKKh'H CiNCBH Tonic.
If you arc a lawyer, minuter or bu?ineMtnan <*
, hauitfd by mental atrain oroiuiou* care*, do tint tako
imwKKauiig?umiiianti,t)iiiuic 1'iufctr'sUinncr Tonic
lfyouhavo Coniumption, I)y?pe|rt'u, IMieuma*
Kidney Complaint*, or any uUoruerorilie lungs,
stomach, bowel*, blood or nerves,I*akkrk'H Gingrii
Tome wi'ffcure you, f (is if to Ctcatest Ulotxl Purifier
And llic CcjI and Surest Cough Curo Ever thetl.
If von nro wasting away from nge, tHisipation or
Any dUcaso or weakness and retiult? n stimulant taka
Oit/ar.H Tonic At racet It will inWcorate andbuild
you up fro-n tliu fir*t dow but will never intoxicate,
lthas saved hundiedi of lives; it may save yours.
, CAUTION J?lUfui* all lubitltutM. Fttlw't Clnpt TonU It
eompntnl ol ac'iiti In ttawnrlJ.inJUtiilirtly
?lifl?rfnl fromrtn>?ratlfln?ef jlnftr iloiif, fi?n.l fortlmlarkt
IlltcvxACo., Y. toe, i (1 ?u*i, it la?!??;?,
CHEAT fiAVINO DUYINO DOLLAR SIZE.
iwa^
. Its rich mid .lasting fngranct Jw.? math this fl
delightful jxrlume exceedingly popular, There [3
imiuthluK liko it. In*ijtupon having Fluiihs. h
ton Colounu and look for signature of jj
on mry bottle, An* dnnnjlft o? ?Jradtr In wifiuatry [
can ?u|iply ywi, Mtinil 15 mil' tit i. (
LA III! E RAVI NO DUVLN3 IV. SIZE. J
TUo
0,000,000 Children
in tlio United Statei
Who Suffer l'oJn.
Who Fret and Cnr,
Who Have l'ule Pnef?,
Who Have llad llreath,
Slinulil Use I.atiglillii'a Worm Sjrqp
The Child Whose Sleep Is Ofntiirfieil,
The Child Who Woken In Terror,
The Child Whose Appetite Is Vomcloui,
Tho.Child Whose Appetite Varies,
The Child who Duo* Not Thrive.
The Child Who U Kmnclatcd,
The Child With Internal IrrliAtloa,
The Child With Sallow Complexion.
Should tlso Liuigldln's Worm Sjrtip
No Disease So Dancerous An Wormi.
No Child I* Free From Tliem.
The}* Cause Disease Tbninselvea.
They Aggravate Other Complaint*.
Tlic Child's Cure When Tcctlilnsrs
LAUGHLIN'S
infant mmi
b.wtknh tiir ocms: aluvii i'ain; itkol'cu
ixki.ammathin; c'ostiuiu riik jiowkim,
clmiino hl'mm kit liimim.aint. dvmc.ntkiiy,
diaiutiika, fi.ati'j.kvci:, colic, ktc.
motliors will llmlltvory vnlunwoi tlioclillil will
bo rrtlevfil,urt into a pt.nlft ttftp.nmt\rakt itjichtfT'
ful, /??;?/> /, am I frrlino Wb riuinuitne
ac|i botil<>, nnil will refund ill i>rlc?? or every oa?
not uuIiik u* represented. kol.l liy till dru^einu.
'J I'ricu 25c. per Bottle.
"LAUGHUN BROS. St CO., Proprletou,
wheel1nc, w vay/
Cures Scrofula, ^Erysipelas.
Pimples n;::l lr.~co Grubs.
T71n*rhn* TlnHr. t;?.*nnrrr.
tor, Humors, Palt Rheur.i,I
Scald Jload, Sores, Komnriall
Diseosos, Fomalo 'V^oakcejral
and Irregularities, Dimness,I
Loss ot Appetite. JisandiceJ
Affections ot tho Liver, lnii-\
ig:stion, Ililiousnczs, fyspen-1
isia and General Debility. I
Aco'irtcof llurJocV Wool Bitten will the I i
Simwt skeptical tb it t? i* tlic lVe4!?it llloml I'mifict on I
Ijanh. hv mcltclii*tlr.ilcrje*ctr l>erc. I
0 Uillct'?"tl???nltfVCUlAn?'iiJ1;ci. 1'UICil, Jl.ni. k
pOSKX MILSU M 6.ro ^ pf0y;, CuTa^N.Y.|
Logjui tfe Co',, Wholesele and lie tail Ayen^
Wheeling. W. Vu.
Daii6rs,Wi?,Mi6is!
discoveheb"liAncnisra
CATHOLICOM,
A POSITIVE CURE FOR FEMALE GOMPIAIHTSThis
remedy, will net In birmomr with Mm Fc?
male pjutein at ull times, ?n<l oiso Immediately
upont fie abdominal and uterine innsclu.\ andro- .
itoro them to a healthy ami itionp condition,
l)r. Murchisl'0 Uterine Cntliollcoa will euro fulling
of the womb, Lcucorrha>a,?hronlclnflamma?
tlon and Ulceration of tbo Womb, Ineldenlnl
Hemorrhage, or. Flowing, Painful, Suppressed
and Irregular Menstruation, Kidney Complaint,
, Barrenness and i* especially adapted to tho change
ofljfe. Send for pamphlet free. 'All letters of
Inquiry freely answered. Address as above. For
Mlo by all druggists. New *izo$l per bottle,
Old n\/.e $1.50. Be sure and ask for Dr. Marchl?i'?
(Jur)if? Cathollcon. Take no other. .
Wholu^lpsad fletaJl by
LOO AN .t CO.
(C5j I M lrv S'taiS-j'.J
w discovery:
LOST- MAN<OOD RESTORED,. .
A tJotinj ot rputlifcJ iranruduico enuring Prcnio-*
Uared^i-ay: Nervon? DeblUlr, Lost Manhood, ctc.,
oaring tri'd in voir ftrcry known remedy, ha* d!s*
cuTrml a r imiite #?'.t care, which ho will m-u-1 FHEIi
to l.l?jfonrtH'.Miiflriri.*. addrt&r J. *" 1'.^
INJECTION, ik apoiltlvo euro tbr all DliwMiw"Md#,
Banning. 8m&rllnir iuirt Palatal Beacations ot Iho
||JRnTA R YP A S SAGES
H I Sif nO vcrbotllc. Jor?alobyi.!lrtru^
U 1 v v irli'lr c.im,
N J cMyt of prtr#: io?r; D. FAUIC ft KONS,
\fL 1 I7i> nmt 177 AycAmorePt OfNCK^NATl'
7*1 OHIO. I tH.iMMnrntkm.itiij viu^r- h jfr *
' For'wOehr I>nghlln Rirtf.A fa. .
BATH ALUM SPRINGS, VA,
A conusor the curt* of Scrofula, Chronic Dinrrlxpn
and Djrwntery, Dyspcp?ia. Neural* la ???d nil DUea*e*
arising fr*>m Dchllltv; e#p*dally thow of
women. Five dlMireut varieties of water. The
i?retcl?**t place fn tlicitioutikunftnr the OUl "nrtilnIon.
Tkkmh: ft'J.OO per day, 610.00 per week,
8:10.00 per month. '
*u4 IRWIN LIPSCOMB, Prop.
Sb
ihUcim .>? ?. ilftinul U7 >'onr><^?ilh tttrrrl.
hKATH IS TIIK .111!HKM.
IU|MiiUul flic ln<t|H'?'lurNor Mine*-Dan.
Bern ?r m .Miliar'* 1,1 fc.
b'ciiASTOX, 1>A., August DO.?Tlie official
reports ol tlio Inspectors of AntliracUo
Mines Imvc lust Leeu l?sunl Irmn'tlin hmi?
Department, nrnl form a bulky, awkward
ill-compiled volume, full of tliu usual hu*
rowing stories of thrilling 'accidents and
lugubrious good ndvlco' to'mori' who never.
bco It. A careful perusal of the book shows
that during the year 1881 U73 men lost their
; lives In the anthracite Industry of this region,
and 1,010 wcro Injured more or less
by fulls of roofs, explosions of gas, collisions
of curs, and various other casualties.
It is a grim record; rendered still more
I painful by the long list of widows and
orplufns It has added to the struggling
ranks of those who , were similarly
I bereaved in years gone by. In this eoninection
tho words of *,Inspector Samuel
[Gray,of the First Schuylkill District,since
| they point out that moat of tho fatalities
are duo to a lack of system at, the collier*
lea. lie Bays: "No aauo person would
I think of risking his life in a voyage across
tho Atlantic, although ho-might be 6n
board one of tho. most maguilicent ocean
steamers; nelthor would he have any desire
of making a trip across our continent
In One of the express .trains when unacquainted
with1 the fnct that every'man employed
on the ship or on the train was left
to make rules and regulations to suit him*
self. Vet such is the system of government
in and about our collieries, 'and
thousands of human beings arq daily
employed at them under no less dangerous
circumstances." .The .truth is
that, so far an tho eomt)u?h?H ar? ran
corned, but little attention is paid to the
health and safety of tho miners, and, bad
tis the record now 1b, it'would be immeiwurably
worso were it not for tho mine laws
pii&sod by the Pennsylvania-Legislature
several years aj?o at the instance of an influential
committeo of miners, and which
are enforced strictly or otherwise, according
to tho character of tho Inspector. In
tho Schuylkill District last year 2^,273 persons
wero employed, and oue life was lost
for every 107,008 tons of coal mined. In
tho Middle District, consisting.of portions
of Luzerne and Carbon counties, there 1
were 70 fatal and 170 non-fatal accidents,
and 10,808 persons wero employed. Con- f
siderablo troublo 1ms been caused
by tho largo quantities of: carburotetl hydrogen
gas evolved. There were 17 fatal
and 283 non-fatal accidents in theScranton
district, where tliOj mines are reported to
bo in good working'order. Tho.inspector
in tho southern district reports a great
increase in the loss of life over previous
years considering tho quantity of coal
mined, and 21 persons wero killed by the
fall of roof alone. There wero 47. fatal and
88 non-fatal accidents in the district. The
one bright spot in this sombre record of
death and disaster is the space, devoted J
to illustrating the hospital erected" at i
Drilton, in Luzerne county, by Coxe 1
Urothers & Co. for the benefit of their emnlnvPH
mwl iniiinfninwl rif llm ovimniin a' *
the company. The institution ia weli
ejfuipped, and has a resident physician,
who i.s paid by Mr. Coxe for attending
those whonre disabled iii the mines. The
example is one that other companies
would do well to copy. The liiiu'ers as a
class are grateful for favors extended to
them by their employers, and it pays to win
their good-will by kindness.
Tlu? <ltlCfll of Koit IIS till il!*N rtlOllglllft."
From selrtdbness men make severer laws
for women than for themselves, without
suspecting that by doing so they raise them
above themselves.
Forgiveness is almost itidillerence; while
love lasts forgiveness is impossible.
Love is like a squirrel: at once enterprising
and timid. .
Tho song" of the nightingale: and. tho
howling of cats aro two .manners of expressing
tho-Bamc feeling; but they arc not
mutually intelligible.
There is but one happiness?dutv. There
is but one consolation?work. 'There is
but one enjoyment?tho beautiful.
Hope ia a fatigue ending in deception.
Happiness is like an echo; it answers to
your call, but does not come.
Is the, calm you have gained a proof of
acnuired'force or of growing weakness?
A great misfortune gives grandeur even
to an insigniiicant.being, ., .
Do not feel proud at having supported
your misfortune. How could you not have
supported it? :
ouut'iiug in uui uiuai luiiuiui uiciiu, ll in
always returning. Often it has changed its
dress" and even its face; but we can easily
recognize it by its cordial and intimate
embrace.
Suffering is a heavy plough driven by an
iron hand. The harder and more rebellions'
the soil the more it is turnedjlhe
richer and softer the deeper it is cut into,
In youth grief is a tempest which'makes
you ill; in old age it is' only a cold wind
which adds a wrinkle to your face and one
more white lock to the others.
There are people who feed themselves
with their grief until,they get fjit on it.
lu great suffering.-yon shut yourself up
like an o yster, To open yonr heart" by
force would he to kill you. '
Melancholy, when It Is not a physical
languor, is a kind.of convalescence during
which one thinks one's self much more ill
than during the illness.
Javeryonoof our actions ia rewarded or
punched; only we do not admit it.
An excellent }iousi'wife is always in a
state of despair; one wo?|<}' often like the
house less perfectly kept and more pejH-'pful.
The kindness of youth fs angelic; tii8
kindness of old age is divine.
There is no doubt that, thinkers govern
the world; and it is quite as certain that
the world governs potentates.
Patloneo js not passive; on the contrary,
it is active, It Is pojipppt rated strength.
Foolishness places itself }i> tfje foremost
rank to be observed; intelligence stands ir>
the hindmost to observe.
Why Nomoitrp Poor*
Cream is allowed to mould and spoil,
Silver spoons iiro used to scrape kettles,
The scrubbing brush is left in the waterl
Nico handled knives aro thrown in hot
water. Brooms aro never hung up. Dishcloths
are thrown where mico can destroy
them. Tubs and barrelsare left in the sun
to dry and fall apart. Clothes are left on
the line to whip to pieces in the wilid. Pie
crust is left to soijr ingteii?) of Jjiaking I) fewtarts
for tea. Dried fruits are not tpljen
care of in season and become wormy.
Vegetables, iire thrown away that would
make a good dinner. The eork is left out
of the syrup jug and the Hies tako possesion.
Bits of meat aro thrown out that would
make excellent hash for breakfast Cotlee.
ten. and spices are left to stand open and
lose their strength. Pork spoils for tho
waut of wit and because tho brino wants
scalding. _
Au Kn.hiij* on C'oiiKrcMHiiicu...
f rom jjje Cjnclpimii Commereiiil. ,
One of tlio funuje&t things in Jlfe is to
note the swell that seta in on a mPmlJPr 0*
Congress. Tho swollen .period comes upon
a member afor he has been a fow months
in his seat, and has ceased to wonder how
lie got lucre..- ; ...... a _?4. ; (
Congressmen form a mutual admiration
gpcfaty. They may, .quarrel among thornsolve*
intppsely ami pereeyeringljy but
after all, it iti A uojjfJcrfy} thing to be "a
member." Each-member aids 'in pplijr^iug
the other members in their own mtnile,
ami the devclopmentbecomes gigantic.
Tho frightful slaughter 'that comes oncp
in hvo years restores tho equilibrium, but
the people flt laijje have no idea of the ngonv
that is inllieiej). 'flje jjeij Sjiayers in
this easo map think thoy alny, i?ii4 ppt
take on much about it, but the slain know
full well they are slain, and moan and
weep and want to come, again. -: ' ;
Barely a member goes,out with contentment.
Often he lingers and infects the
lobby, and seeks to shino in tho reflected
light of former greatness. Ho usually regards
hie Buecussor, whether of his own party
or not, with tho deepest contempt.
^ our old member forgets in tho inid?t of
relics of grandeur his original greenness.
Ifede/iptoea fresh blood,
Tho member falls into the way of thinking
that they are tho Government, and that
any uionoy of tho people of tho United
States belongs lo them. They divided the
public plunder the other day with a sense
of ownewhlp and regarded the President's
veto as an interference with their personal
rights.
Funny littlo fellows who had been
brought un bv hand bv the newspapermen
run around swearing ubout tho press and
chowing their tobacco over tho proposition
that thtM' did not want tho President to
lecturo tfiem.
Some of 'om nro very liko Cousin John
Thrasher's nmu who told him ho wauted
to bo door-keoper; but Cousin John had
promised to vote tor another feller, and bo,
to gel rid of littn, ho pays: "Why, Jim,
did you ever keep a door?0 "No," says he.
"Did you ever study a book on keeping a
door?" "No," says he. "Did you ever
see anybody keep a door?" "I never did,"
says he. "Well, did you ever attend lectures
In Augusta, or anywhere, on how to
keep a door?" "Of course not," says lie.
"Well, my dear sir, you had better go
back homeland prepare yourself by the
next session, und l'if vote for you.?Bill
Arp, in Atlanta Conrtitulion.
1'INANCUI, ANI> iOMUKItl'lJlU
Now York Money nml Ntockn.
New York, Angujit 32.?Money per cent,
closing at 4 pvrctMtt. Prima mercantile paper 5JCn6
perconL Sterling Kxehnnco bankers' bill* utoady
hi Si 85>{; ileinnnd II ?9^.
Govbh.nmrnts?Irrcjjulur.
U. 8. Gs, extended.... I Lehigh & Wilkes 107
U.S. 6d, extended....101 St. I'. A B. C. DntU_110H
U. 8.4Ji?, coupons... lHk|U. 1'. bonds, UreU.....110^
0.8. 4*. coupons lltt&lU. P. Ltuia arnnm...lir>
Pacific 6s of '05 i:W |U. P. sinking (nnd.?.l2-J
Central I'nciQo 11 nliL.ll5 iTnxn* Pun land uU...
Erie hccouiIb. ^ VH>i|(Io. RloOraude dlv... bti'"
"OfTtwl I
Raii.road lloNPS-Moderutcly active and generally
llrra.
Statk Boniw-DuII.
Louisiana coiwoln GO'/I Virginia 6a., .. 35,
Missouri f>8? 110% Virginia consolf, exSt.
Joseph ..Ill | trnmat.coupons... 5S%
Tennewee Ch M |Virginia deferred..... 13
Toduwco OH, netr? M2<|., . ^ ,
iFtock??Share. Speculation opened, irregular,
price#, however, rhowing only fractional change*
from ywiteiday'scloclug, During tho morning tho
market whs very dull and heavy, and about midday
a decllno of J{nl)$ per cent wa.s recorded, in
which Loulsvillu it M?hvllle, Denver it Hlo
Urande, Uke hiiore. and Wabash preferred were
most prominent. During the afternoon the market
continued dull, but nboul 2 o'clock there w*i
in advance of V$al*$ per cent. Lackawanna, Louisville
it Nashville, Northern 1'aclllc preferred, and
U'abiMh preferred being most com pleuoua therein.
ThU watt followed by a reaction cI \W/t per cent,
after wt.ich speculation b came a little mote active
ind prices fold up I per cent, the latter for tit.
Fattl, while Northwestern advanced 3!^, receded 1,
mill rallied 1 lercfijt Jn lbofln-?l dealings, and the
market closed strong, i The changes from yesterday's
closing quotations were irregular, but generilly
W/h Per cent lo wer, the latter for New York
Central, l?orlh western, however, Is 2% jnlr cent
higher. 1
Tr.iu?act|ouH 111,816 shares.
Adam* fixtirea 110 Nash. ?t Chatt :... G2
American Express.,. U."? New Jetvey Cent 77%
Canada Southern..,- Northern FacIUc Goto
3.C. <t T. 13 do. preferred 93%
Central Pacific 93y, Northwestern 147%
Chesapeake A Ohio. 23% do. preferred 169%
do. 1st preferred..,. 37% New York Central...133%
do. 2.1 preferred 25% Ohio Central 117k
C? C., 0. AI J0% Ohio A MUi 13
Denver & R. G 57k do. preferred- 105
Erie my? Faclttc Mall 41%
do. preferred... 81 C. & F 137
Fort Wayne 135% Reading GOjfc
Han. Abt. Joseph-.. 85, 8t. L. t?8. F.... Kltft
do. preferred 93 do. preferred - 58k
Kansas it 1'uciflc 39% St. Faul IVt
Luke Erie it W 40V% do. preferred 137
Lake Shore....- 112% rexasFad8c~......._. 51%
Louisville St Nash.... Tifti rTninn PanJfln Ili-V.
L. N. A. St CL. 72'? United Stales Ex...... 7/
M.AC. 1st prof'd ..._115 W., St. L. & P 7T,%
do. 2<1 pruf'd. -100% do. preferred.:.'..;.. 60%
Mem. & CIim 55 Wells. rarqo Ex ISO
Michigan Central..... OS)* Wfcstcm Union ').%
Mo. I'aclflc ; lOtv^l 'Offered.
Nrw Yukc, Aunust 31.?Cotton dull at 1215-IU.i
liy^c; futures dull, Flour,good und eholcc-.Minnesota
, falrlj| active: others dull and, In bujerx'
favor: receipts 15,000 barrels: exports l.PoO barrels;
superfine Htatowul westorn $1 70*1 ft); common to
good extra St I0n5 a): good to choice 15 25n8 25:
white wheat extra $7 OO118 00: extm Ohio 51 00a
7 60: H:. l.ouU 8t OvaS 03; Minncsou pitont proecus
57 OOaS 50.' Wheat, lftlj^c lower on cash;
ljfic. lower on options; rccclpt* Sil.OOO bushels ex*
poit# l'JI.OOO bushels; ungraded red 'JocaSl 12:
steamer 81 03nl USi; No. 3 red 51 OOil 00%; steamer
No. 'J red SI lftil lo';-. No. 2 re?l ?t loj^nf UK vertiflcntwiSl
llj^al delivered; old No.2 red Si "1;
in store 81 OOaloyU; ungraded while 81 H: No. 2 do
SI 14: steamer No. 1 white 31 12; No. 1 white sales
0.500 bushels at SI ICKul 17; No. 2red August, sales
10I.0QQ bushels at SI lCTMal 11?5. c1o*4iik at 8111;
Sept. sale*770.000 bush, at 31 10%u 12 closed 5111JS".
October, wiles W.ftV). bushels at SI 12}?il 13^,
closing al 61})%: November," Bales 320,oto bushels
at$1 llJ-CAl Uj?. elo?-lni??t5l 11)fcUpcomber,miIm
13.050 bushel" nt Si 16%al 10%. closing at gi 1 <Vt-;
year, sales -19,000 bushels at SI l'^S'il U%. Corn,
cwhand August !la5o'higher, clo'lug wl'h the advance
almost lost', latter the option, J'JaJ^c. closing
dull and unsettled; iceeiots 65.000 bushels; shipments
none; ungraded pCKaOUc; No. 2, OOe.iu store;
O.'c in elcvntor; SI 00 delivered, clawing at 02c best
bid; No. 1'while 9l?!>2e; No. 2 August jl 00. yeptcmher
Rv'^usr^c.. elosiiiK at av><r, October W^nSt.*,
closing atS-te; November7y^?SOo. closing at 70X11
December 7Qj^c:ycur 7f>a7l/)^c.
Chicago. August3L--Flour steady and unchanged.
Wheat aqt|ve but lower; r?.g||l*r Si Qift August;
HSJ^aOSXc. September; .Q7;-?e Oetolitr;. u^iauirKc
November: 07[IJc yoar; Nq. 2 n:d winter 8 itipz
cash; (102 August: 8100^ September; Noli Obje-go
NpringtWc. Com, ae'Jyo hut lower 4it 7t%o rash;
"oi! Autiusl;. 'V/tfi September; ()cIo1h.t, hs;^c
November. C.J^c year; GO'ic Mnv; rojseted
Oats,Hctive but lower at ssc cash: .is^SSK" ah
gust: IC5<icSeptember; Ocuiber. :t ?*?? Nowmher:
3I&C ; yean <37&c amy; reJcrted.^Mc. Rye
steady ami unchanged,! Hurley stioug'and .hlg'icr
lit 90c. Flaxseed tower at Si 27al 2<s . BijUitjiciJvc,
Arm Mid higher; fair to best creamery, '29.t$!c;
dairy gOi(d 'to cholco 19a2lc. Fork, steady
and in . fair demand at (21 EOa21 So
casti; f'2l<>82}$i2l 85 September; $21 97JJ
Octobcr; 821 47*t?21 60 November; $20 lSa'2i>, 17J$
January; 820 OT^iLU 10 year. Lard active and firm;
$12 27}?a]2 30 for cash and September, 812 -Kkl'2 Vi%
October; 312 45 November. 12 25al2 27% January
and year. Bulk meats, steady. ami uuchittig&f,
Wbl$K}* steady mid unchanged at. 81 19. Freights
corn t(5 Huflalq2jt. pall?Wheat unsettled but generally
higher; regular$1 qui 01 August:
September; 98V&C October; 9?5pC Nnyember; l|7;;c
vyar; Mo. 2 red Winter $1 eiHhiJl 01 September;
No. 2 Chicago spring 99}?g cash, Com unruled but
generally higher; September coaler; IJar declined
J4c; rest advanced Jic. Outs irregular. 37>;ii c sh;
StrtinM^c September; M}{c October mid November,
JMjSitU^cyear. Fork irregular; $'22 02%n22 05October;
$20 37^4 November, 520 07)^a'2010 year. I-aid
not quotably changed. . . u ?
rmcxDircrinA7:Angtnit-31;?Rour.-choico grades
jicarce and firm; other grades dull. Kye .Hour, unchanged,
Wheat active for August to cover shoits,
aijd i(dyanced 3c; futures dull und declined %a%c
sjcamof ejeputfar 3108:1 No." 2 ted August $] 11'/eii.
l is; September ?(lfyal 12: October81 Vfyal ll'JV
Corn, August options excited-and udviu?cpd: 9c
under good demand to cover bhorts; local lots inae-1
tive and unsettled; rejected track 80? sail mixed
August 95a9Ctv September, SlMnSSc; October 8tj<
nS4cJ{; November ftUoS^c. On in, H|>ot lots No. 2
white advanced 7c under a good demand to cover
shotU: low grades dull and declined lu2c. Provisions
strong. Law firm; keitlo 812 "Said50. llutlcr
cholco wanted; others dull; creamery extra 28c;
good to cholco 25a27o. Kggs firmer &t22a?tc. Cheese
null', but unchanged, 1'etroleumi steady and utijpluuljjefl.
'Wjjfiky flrjji(jrat|l 2g( ? . j
Cincinnati, August Qt.?Cotton nujet at 12}ic.
| Flour dull and lower to toll; family ft 65?l 65;
fancy I360dfi25. Wheat weak; No. 2 red winter
Jjkcrtil uOK upol; $1 QOiial OMfbW >cpiembfn djU
Octqlicr; $1 Otfty-il uf^ November; $1 0;?}i year,
Corn Jienv}; No. V m|xe<^ i&J^c s^iol: 75c oejijetn
i uv.i uk/1?|vu w1.iuuvi, u.,-jfv. "i" ?w|vuif?*jj (otiu
1 year. Huts dull nod lower. No. "? mlxpd UTaiipc
I spot; 'iVAc bid Septombor. JJflc bid year, Hye'lltm
ai 5Sc. Iitirley active, ami tlrul, 1'ork higher at
?Jl2.rMi2350. Lard stronger at fl'2 3^' BuU meats
scarce and Arm; shoulders 810 00: clear , rib S14 00.
Jidt'on Mf?dy; shoulders $)i.VS7X;'ciear rib (15 00;
clear S15 5U. Whisky higher at ?1 IS; comblnmlou
sales of llulshcd goods 515 barrels on a basis
j of Jl 17.' Uutter iirm .and unchanged,
Chipaqo, August ni.?The pfotfr'i Journal re-Kpcclptu
15.Q0Q head: 0.500
head. Market fairly active but not qiiotably
tlwi^cn mixed 9" StkS W: heavy ,}S 7Ua7w ijtJiit
87 7&iti "0; skips 00u7 60. Market eiosed weak.
I Cattle-Keceipta 0,0 0 hcadjshlpineuujtMlnead.
Market'slow Hiidsteady: exports 17 'J0it7 fio ^hmI to
.choice khlpplnff $G40aflt>5; common to fair M'JOa
570; butchers 9- &oal 50; Mockers and feeders 'J5a
4 SO.
bheep? Receipt* 2,aODheftd; shipment* 700 hoad;
i connuonto medium dull, weak and lower at 82 7Jft
a Si; medium to good -IOh I tO;cfiolco {I 'JCat -to.
Shipping demand weak.
Baltimore, August SI.?Flour unchanged and
fairly active...Wneat, western lowerr No. i winter
rcdipotSl 10al 10yA\ August51 14 bid; September
81 lt^al 14-Jfc October SI llj#il 11%; November
51 li^il Wjv, December bl lU^al It. Corn, western
I dull: western mixed spot Ktu; Scpiem?>er 8tJ<a83c;
I rjctobor b.'u^tc; -November or December'70>itt/]c.
OlitsJ h sh^dp'lustter? yvejjteru wti|to4tn43<j; mlii?d
a^vjOc: I'e'unsylyanla 4Di\Ijc. ftyu qalpt at KJACSc:
Hay, unchanged, provisions tiueljaLycd aiid thin.
Uutter llrm: western packed luu'Au; creamery 23a
S'Jc. Kfc-pi eiuler at 1'Je, retrolciun unchnuged.
! CutTco dull. Sugar quiet. Whlsky/ iiteauy ,ul
SI 194l'.U
Toledo, August 31.?Wheat weak; No. 2 spot
SlO?X; August SI Gt%: September tl 0% O.ito
ber and November.81 ttt; year SI Oi)^. Corn dull;
high mixed b'Jc; No.'2 >pot We: August sic: September
70e; October 74%c: year 6.1c," Oats dull; No.
'i ?|Kit 4014c; August 5Wo bid; SepUmber arc bid; October
tjCite; yearWXc. Closed?tt heat dull; No. 2
hj>ot 51 0t>4; SVptemhecatjd nctolijjy si (m& November
51 IHJJ: year 81 02}J. cortr/No, Tfoo\,'Mlt*
at 65c: futures unchanged.
New York, August .11.?Dry Goon:?As uku?1
tho closing day of tlie month new buslnos ha* been
moderate, though, many,dellvaile* of ip'jclaltlt'S
and staples which are" urgently preyed, tor movcptcj|t,
fyvye No of very good proportions, with all
'rfH w^wn'Siy TIT
Jl||Apronr>.' Aijsnst 3t.~PcrR0j.RiiM-;SiMdy;
opous 5ti>j'o: hlRheait W-Kc: lowest tty.p; cloted a{
1fiec;Mlc? 1Z,iU3 turrets: stMuinpnin W'uJiittdny 64.016
tmneU; charter* 41,430 bnrioln.
I I'insBURGii, August Sl.-I'ctrolcura dull; United
coriljlcutoi weak; c!<xo4 nt Mc; rcflned 6K?0}K
fgr l'litladelphlii UollVrrj*.
Cincinnati, Aurum 8 ,-LlVo hoci firm: coir..
K"" """iHght, S0Mi7 SO; packing unci butchm'
7 8UH3 UO.
From Klii i lieu i nr. V. Clnrk, Ohucro,
S, Y,
"Coition's Liquid Beef Tonic Is by far tl?o
nest til nil nroii-irillona ..f tl...
and tonic?that I huvo over mcd. To tlie
sufferer from chronic disease*, or to the con*
valMcent.lt Ih Invnlitnbl**, as It U both
itourlshiiiK and strengthening. (Fako no
other.) Uf druggist*.
' v I'lllpltlllloil ol' I III) II('111*1.
J. M. Might, Byracuse, X. Y? writes: '
"Whpn 1 llmt commenced using vout Hurdock
liluotl Hltteri I wan troubled with Hut
tering and palpitation of tho heart. I felt
weuk and languid, with a numbness of the
limbs; since using,my heart has nut troubled
mo, ami the numbing sensation has cone."
l'rlre $100,
Tu.vr hacking cough can he quickly cured
by Hhlloh'n Cure. We guarantee It.
Will you suitor with i)yspe|ndu anil Liver
Complaint? ShiJoli'tf VltalijserItgituruntewi
to cure you.
8t.KKn.rn nights, made miserable by that
terrible cough. fchlloh'a Cure ia tlie remedy
for you.
Catarrh cured, health and awcetbreath secured
by 8hlloh's Catarrh Homely.. Price 50
cents. Nasal Injector free, ,
8old by K. Hocking, agent, under Odd Fellows'
Hall, and hy It. 11. List, 1010 Main
street. rowuaw
Go to your druggist for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightnois and durability
of color are unequaled. Color from
two* to five pounds. Directions iu, English
and German. Price 15 ronts. naw
jpfl~A8k yottr 'drucglstfora co|?y of "Young
Mail's Friend"?nnil rrml it/
Onk ncNnmtn noi.uta reward for a better
remedy. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment i?
asure enre for Pile*. daw
Miitflv In fho Nluetroiilti Century.
'< N.McKea, Wyebrldgr," Ontario, writes:: "I ?
have sold large quantities of Dr. Thomas' Kc- jj
lectrloOil; It is used fur cold", sore throat.
croup,etc.,and; In fact,forany affection ofthe
throut It works like magic, It li a sure cure i!
for burns, wounds ami bruises."
Olon'b Sulphur Soap purifies the skin. ~
Hill's Hair Dye and Whisker l)ye, 50 cts.
I'ike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute.
Skinny Men.
i"Wells' Health Kenewer" restores health
and vigo* cures Dyspepsia,' Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $l 00.
Mother*!Mottiern!! Jlolliernt [
Are you disturbed ut night and broken of I
your rest by a sick child suffering and cry in# .
with the excruciating puin of cutting teeth?
If so. go at once aud get a bottle of Mrs.
Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve
tbo poor little sufferer immediately?depend
upon it; there is no mistake about it. There
Is not a mother on earth who lias ever used
it, who will not tell you at once that it will
regulate the bowels, and give rust to the
mother and relief and health to the child,
operating like magic. It is perfectly wife to I
use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and
is the prescription of one of the oldest best
female physicians and nurses in the United
States. Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
mwkj.w
" Bl!ACK-UKAUGHT" curcs dvspep- fj
feia, indigestion and heartburn.
Sold by l.ogan & Co. For
lame Hack, Side or Client use Shiloh's I
I'orous Piaster. Price 25 cents. |
Sutton's Cough aud Consumption Cure is
sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consump- |
lion.
Suiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for
Constipation,, Loss of Appetite. Dizziness and
all svmutoms'of llvaueii-sin. 10 nmt 7.r?
cents per buttle.
Cnour, Whooping Coiij:1i ami Ilroncldtis
immediately relieved by Shiloh'd Cure.
Sold by lv Hockiug. ugent, under Odd Fellows'
Hall, and by K. IL List, 1010 Main
gtrci't. kowd.tW
TJiAVKliKliS' GVUJli.
nKPAKTllUC OK trains?whkki.iko tm*
3uuA.M.
A. M. P.m. P. X.
B.AO.K. K. |l:a& 3:lo
p. a.
Cent. O. Div ..... ?:30 10! tl:00 ll:lh
W., p. Jj B. Div 6:40 1:% 5 1C
a.m.
Clov. A Pitts... 6:tK? 11-10 J if) 14:6.'. .......
P..C. 6 8UL.. 8:52 6:3-2 H-5.' 1:5*. 4:17 5:47
. a. m. p.m. a.m. -a. m.
??T. V.AW, ?a :!Q ?5:M MWI ?i:00 v<;00
ahcivai. op trains,
auu- /
liay. A.M. Jk.K. P.M. A.M. 1
B.AO. H.K 12:15 10:30 '2:30 9:20 A. \
p.m. A.M. a.M. A.M.
Cent. O. Div 5:56 10:00 '2:55 10:45
a.m. p.M.
W,,P. AB. Div 7:55 11:20 6:25 ......
a.m. p.M. a..M.
Clcv. A i'lct* 11N0 5:66 7:57 {9:42
a.m. a.m. a.m. a.M. p.M. p.M. '
P..O.A&L.L. ll.tr. ' 8'5'2 8:37 H:0a IOJ 7:17
p. M." p. m.
C., T. T. A w.. fS:lP|H30:2 2:25 ,?.'i Ofr 1.
t Daily exror-i sunuiiy. ' J
{otcijtuiHyHip AepomiaofltttlQj?---Thj? train dur- '
Ingthp .<Jp,y itasscs backward mid forward between
MRrtln'K Perry aadH.llaire: stoppingwtennsiuired
nt th? Sherman Hou?c. flUuBvjlle, wont Wheeling
and Gravel Hill.
1 Mawllon Accommodation. .
St/ClairsviUe Accommodation.
(?.. T? V. A \V. Tndnx run ?>y Colmnlma time.
AXD. ELM GROVE IL R.
Ou ao'd ftflcr MONDAY, JULY 3, ISS2, carsoti the '
Wheeling and Elm (".rove ItHllrond will mil as fo\lows,
leaving the city (Corner Eleventh r,ud Matkui
IrOflU), n>u> HornnriKik'H Parti; wt 1 r
?U:ii0 A. X. .1U.VJA. M. 1;:!0 p. M. , 5IWP. M.
7:00 " l'hito " 2 WJ . " 6:00 "
7:.T) " Ut'fl 2:80 " 6.30 "
, H;00 M 11:30 " v.00 " 7.30 "
frSO u ! 12:00 m. < i 3:30 8:00 .'
OM . 12:30 r. m. 4:4 0 " 8 :50 "
. 9.30 . 1:00 M . 4 30 " . 9 gp M j 1
.i av,'. mm "
?till}iila>'rlixir^io<r " - ?
on fjirn-ihys (li\ r'nir woath{jr)(!ar? will run cvory .
20 minutes, liom 7:40 a. m. to u 10 r. ?.
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jyl . ftiinohntnnnnnt.
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One JIu ndrtd/Ult Muste Lt
. ft 1. dliUnct uchoor*. Twenty*|ght leathern
In Mtwrnl Art*, Muilr, Druwimt. ivititlnir. Kloon
\Vork. t'hnrgin U-w than ?uy iiiiml ncliuul Id tlx
Vtmbtf 6th. tk'tid for now CutftIo?ue to
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Thin tiukju^ i'owdcr i? utnuu now *iru:Uy pure
tape ciwun Urter, and tvery can Is warranted to
Ite Mthfactlon ?r money refunded by
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Mamufactuhrri, ,
j28 1-103 Main utrcnt, Whwlhig*
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MENTAL IRON CORNICES, j
Which vastly, ihiproves all buildings, f
made and put on by li.
U\ Ca.ld.wcll, i
DBALKRIX J
lousorurnisliiiig Goods, in the way
of Tin ware.Stoves, (jrates, &c. os.
1507 and 1509 Main Street, '
jt-O-r AVIl'lCRhlXG. W. VA.
ppn:
m f DR. f m,
&ORE- ANCT -ATfERl
Elcclric Appliance* aro sent on 30 Days' Trial.
I TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
TTTHO urn ?ufferimr from Jiicnvocn mcMUTT,
?> J.o%t VmiJTir, Lack or Nkhvk Fohck axd I
Vi'ion, Wahtiko Wcaic.nkhsu*. nnJ all IIiokg (llnflR?tw j
Ufa I'KtisoSAii NATUitit n.nulrtni:,fn>ro A?V"* ?nJ
oiiikiv Cacskx. 8iK<w?y relief nnJ completo rento- j
ration oil!nALTn,Viooutinil.MAMiooDUtJAtiASTr.Et?. I
ThcfcranflpstillMHiveryor1110 Nineteenth Century,
jiemtntowy fur lllu?trAtvUrani|)hl?'ttree. AddteW
ruMC belt co., karshau, mich. I
CLOSING OUT !j
0'|>I>S AXfr.BSljS l-\' 1
ilajolloa Glass and Decorated Ware,:
1
FOI1TI1K NEXT SIX DAYS. I;
IOHN FRIEDEL,1!
mint 11.10 MAI.V STRRRr. |
** -mrM "
?1 /^,/N '/V* *V
iVKlIU'S ECLKCTIUC 31EDI0.1NE|
Is aporttlve and effectual remedy (or all Nervous'
>lwnsef 1h every stone ol life?youor old. mule
T female; such as lmpotcucy. Prostration, Losa of
Itrencth; Loss of v itftllty, Defective Memory, Itumlrod
Brain Power.and diseases.from which an
innatural WBRtc of life springs, all of which cannot
all to undermine tho whole system. Every organ
s weakened, every power uro<jtrKjcd, and' many
orms of disease arc Epnfiflit?d which, If notoUoo.hCHl.
m\yc thy u'n early dealti. H rojuvlnatcs age
fid rewyfgonttM youth. Each package contains
ufflclent for two weeks' treatment.. Write forpam*
ililet. which will borout free, with full particulars.
Sold by all Druggists at 50 ccntu a package, or
welve packages for ?5 00. Witt be cent freoby mall
>n recclpt of money, by addrewlntr
WEBB'S ECLECTHIO MEDICINE CO.,'
A cure guaranteed. Buffalo, N. Y.
LOGAN & CO., Wholesale and Retail Ageuts,
vheelfng, : daw.""-*?
"'IMCRBAm
YOU It CAPITAL.
Tiiua Ui'hiriii^ Mi iiinko iuouey
mi h, allan'Minviluiu Investments'.
$/? e* 111 evmu. provUI liH im?l stock
fflfa Hiu>ciilu(IO'<rt. can dofiobyoper*'
/7 ft)) ot'.nc on our plan. From May 1st, .
IS1 lsSi. to tho prcaccs (>ntc, on in.,
V-filniOlttS of s MMM) tosr.ooii, ciiKtl
WHEAT havj been realized . uti(|
u. _ 'si'vtnii times tiso ''.nui-.)^ nWmtf
CM menu fttul UrtiviiiK tlii'oriuinul in- ;
KripuDy vai?tt\uiit.innkiuu moucy-or imy?:
Yvr~?7 aWurtiiili'jmiJMl. Explanatory cir
1 culiirs tun HWitMncnt* cf fntxl H
stocks ^'? wa"t ic>i?onHii)i<'
v/ixu ncoiitR, wlio will report on crop*
j. , _ _ iiinl introuurn iho jilnn. Libe^vl
v?9 HuHR cimnmsRoiiu puui. A<l*lr?itai
tym xumMaaBtee
A Alt UN & WEAL V a'
Stale, cor. of Monroe St., Chicajo, j?.!.
fcyjftfi A'iIIkuJ l*> tuy nilrau, lUb.
T?7 BAND CATALOGUE, f t I
Mlsn.',?? Kfssrrd
0?*S2ikip>|' KtmiUU, (Sul.tmrs fl'tnilt, V <AXfc-T\ i
/7v5r ,)r"B 'k M*n j " t
/!\\ 0.ufiu, I'.tiAlftnf Sl?'-riil i ?'io If
// 1 j, -(?? *I' W-if-wt an-f K?r"?-v f? f 11
. - '.^lUnJfc ?l~J > l.ul^juv uf,r . ,
_ HATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND CAPS i
Spring Styles
NOW IN STOCK AT
?GE J JAM'S
tW M A JIKET STREET.
mfrIT '
?o 0 $,0?*150 '
OPTIONS IS WALL M'HKKT.
htoc'K i.xt'iiamsk sixiiniiivm,
T!uitK"lnml it (e*i Plnn ort)r dov|*i<t for muklng
anre |?fortt. horn stun)I luvctiuctiff, ? lih nwiit, fit>IUlt)r.
Exp'unu'ory Uooktcut frco. Addicts
. KIHIaR OKAY A COl, Htiukcrs.
iuCC Post Building, lG<fc 18 Kzclmiigo Place, N\ Y.
v
MALE COLLEGE
5ERVATORY?" MUSIC.npiu
for Eighteen Dollar*.
. Attendance jwt yenrttl Hupfrlor *dvnntnw>i i
lU,.7' 1. NovoItvWork, mk| W'm ,
:
rulthful and beautiful location. Uniqualroin*
Ueit unit Cheapest lulUy* nnd only firftt?clu?
kfll A htnt*' UAHNKaT.l'HACTICALtTllOHQUUIt,
VI ?bi>i)JJ write at one#, Jtatuof Aetent \
&^:^COLLECE._;
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1
^LKXANDKU BONK, SR., i
NOTARY PVHUU.llCKSSKD (iSNKRXL BOS I- 1
NHHn AND REAL KSTATK AUJWT. ]
Lo*ni negotiated, Htix kN bought and hold, tner* 2
Chanu'Rjiii imurttfiictiuenrbookiioponed.ttiamliuid
and closed. KmiUch nettled, notes, book account* I
and ronti collected. House* runted Mid IuhmxI "
Collections promptly remitted. Advance! made.' 1
All bUHlnc** corrcspondeneoeonlldontlallv attended
to. Send for circular U) riferencea, 1318 Markot
Meet, (Cratiglo'a tftock,) over City ilauk, Wheeling "
w. yt ; lac ^
JAM ICS (ill.CllUIST, a
Civil Engineer, Surveyor ami Kxatnlner c
of Land Ti tles. ?. 'i
OrncKj?12 '{Twelfth Street, Wheeling, J
\V. Vn. Telephone, No. 51). aul7. ^
#J? JJ. CAMDEN, M. I)., t
PhyNloiun uiul; Sui'q;?ou. c
Keddouco and ofllco Ko. 105 Fourteenth itroct I
Otllco a!*o at 1133 Clmpllne?tret11, ' .
Telephone No. C HI hiu! No. 14. 1)8
?'niut )i|um|iii; ui'inn-g'U. lliy~?3 * ^
Q 0. SMITH, f
Itcal Estate, Iloml & Stock Itrokor. ,
Bpcclal attention given to collecting runt* and Ibi C
general management of ileal Kttate. a
mhl IJJO Main street, WhoclliiK, W. 7a. n
PROFESSIONAL.
Dlt. lIULLUIKtf has returned to the city and ro- )'
sumod iho practice of inedioluo and surgery, lie t
raw bo found at t/io
OKFIUK OK TllK ItOAlUJ OP EDUCATION. a
ivcr the City Hank. Market Hired my8 |>
BUSINESS CARDS. *
gTEPIIKNilcCOLI-OtJGH,
Carpciilcr mid Ilulliicr. Z
Brick Buildings erected eomplete'in all modern I
raprovemenU. Abo wooden bnildluga fitted up J
. otnplcte ou lot. Wooden building* framed ano .
Sited up In yard at work shop and taken to au; J
uvrtanu completed. ?n mtnonablo lertniu All al *
cratlonsraadeon old building)!, roof* vsllcys and
ikydkhu particularly attended to l??.k?.co\mteni n
uid shelving tttted up on short notice; Mori' front* ~
nit la and stores altered.* Residence No. 8'J Six
eentn street. formerly occupied by Mr. Beu Exley _
;tiop In rear of rapltol, nn Alley 13.' my 11
yyilKEI.IXG I'.OII.EU WOKKS. S
Manufacturers -o' lKirtable, stationary, marine
)olle?, brecchlnc, chimneys, -tanks, Mills, doom Oi
butters and ail of heavy sheet iran work
)ealer? In second hand bu lers For information v,\
pply to OoX A MOItHlsOX.
iMi. iwo hiroou W
Telephone 0-21. Repaintopechl attention. Tortm Bi
eooiiii'ilo. my19
JJ U. LIST, J u., $
PORK PA-CiSEJA nd
enrer of tho celebrated CHESTER MEAT* _
. which are now ready and for sale at
'J* FOURTEENTH 8T11EET.
My 8.0. Meat* aro all branded, "Li&'a Cheater.' ?
.51* - w
J M. CLOUSTON, ft
II1ULKI. Q*
?rain,Urouml Food, Hailed Hay, Straw &t n,
South Ktrtft, Near Market S?rvet Bridge, C<
"111 pay thft highest market price lor wheat, con*n<l
ohU l*lfl ' 1
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
T011N M.'HOON it CO , ~ h'
J fit
11?? M.MS STREET,
Dealers in (Jrain.TrovisIons ami (His, in 1:1
Cur Lois. 5
Orders plncvd for SPECULATION In Grain, ProMons,
Oil and Slocks on xnargin in Exchanges at oi
.'hicnyo, New Vorlc and Oil City.
Chicago Correspondent*?B. Davenport <fe Co? M at
i. Nichols?fc t'o. Jel ?
???????? : ? I tf
B. DAVKNI-ORT- R Rnni.M-ftu I -
(toner*). 011). Kgulesion St Son. fj?cclal
B. UAVENI'OBT Oi CO., >>
COMMISSION
In Gralu, Floiir, 8ecd?, Provision!, C*hc??
and Dried fruits. -?'* -vi
a ^.-nnnAHo _
ATTORNEYS. (
fiio. K. E. G1LCUUIKT, ?
Or AlfORNKV 11 LAW,
Officc with Taylor A Harr, r<
No. 42 Twelfth Btrect. Admiralty
and Maritime Law a specialty. Collec
Ions promptly made. . au24 T
R. COWDEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
No. l'lflfhapHtieSt., WhooHng. w. "> m?*! A
AN NIB AI FORBES,
ATTORN BY AT La A j{
Office. Oos'.QTn House. Wlicelfng: w. g
TAMES P. ROGERS, J
J ATTORNEY AT LA?.
No.-i!MJ <Jhni?litie 9r.. opiwdtc tfcp r'i??n Now* \<
VhwllnR. W. Vn. tp*<l S
Daniel iamb,. b
vrrovjiw at law, i
Ko.' 1K18 Market Btrftot, (o?er City R?nk.) vhee'
IS w. Vi. WJ.
VV. COW DEN, , B
ATTORNEY AT L*W.
Office, No. 1222 Chaplin Si., wheeling. w. ?*. B
Prompt nlfnMnn tn rR huslnrs* 'tftnf , jy
: .- - gl
PHOTOGRAPHY. $
QUIl.pliluV s i>0 KTll A ITS ~~ *
A SrfXI.U.TY. A
All sittings bv theInstrtiituncoiis process,nt
' PARSONS', 1*203 Market SL, J)
aii2,V^ , . ^ ^ ^p^"re ^
QKAYOK WKTRAIT8 AT ' ' c
, v > > -?*r< - t
MYLKS' <VRX STUDIO, *
Ko. 21M MAIN PTRKKT. ^
T~> 1 .T1 Vt \1 T?l>
J-~; ?
IIiis the birgrci imd.Fincrt B
Plio1ogn?pli Oallery ^
IN THE CITY. ,
' t^-Kt cw.oo Cabinet* *111): Stt.oo nor dozen.. 0
}0Q . TW MAIV Kl'RKICT.
STATION ERr_,__ , 8
1882. FALL TRADE. 1882, i
L
Our Hundred Thousand Knvolopos!' *
Flftfcii I'HHrH I.runl Lcisnll Uriel-, r
, l.cl(crllli>I.A<)i<i,iu iU'UiUMHtHt I'mlx.
15,000 Quires Klauk Books. ! J
100 DOZKN 1MKS AX 1> nKM(?K.\M>l)3t "
HOOKS. v
STiTIONiltl^ OP ALL KINDS J
Just Itfcelvcd un3 Sold RcluU, ul Whole- 'jj
?ale prices bv 11
?l UCI llil'l l "br.liA VICS, H
n?18 :? Tu t !rtli Mri'fl. ji
^ KKW STOCK OF - I'
lBioys* Books. [;
\Ve otYer the followingIkk>Jck'as well ndipted to "
bright boys who want to Instructmid witetlwin ,]
tUbuuclvus: 1
YourCliuhH'for IgU.OO.'"'
(jr tho hlx fort?>.CQ . t'ent (ipcUj* umtt,- on mt lpl of i?
t>rlw. t
Life of fUn!?'1 liooiie. 350 poro\ Moth.
Life of Kit IHRiB. ilotli.
l.lfo of Davy rookvtt 'tUj i?h?ch, i-lotl^, iLfe
of .Ahruhii.n Lincoln. 47Ui?ikc\ otoiti. ~
Life of Dunlul \V?l?.Wr, 4ftS cloth. .., 1
Six NldU-s \n a IJlw'-k >'<n?R'. 4t3 pufcesTel'illi... i J
HTA N J ON <t /) A VKM'Oli 1\
anil) ' ' . tMUl Mnrlp't Htr(ipU ,
JCE CUE AM. "
, Flavor* tor to-jliiy nn il to-mortov^.rtjacii,' *
llannna ?n<l Vatiill*. Also Fresh Oakrs.
Private parlors for ImiHch. Tflophmip No. 55., TH(
>3. 1'VHHYMAN/
au3> IQI'4 Mtthi Strevt.'' ii
TRANSMUTATION.
Bittsiturgh. aNCiNSAn. A ST
LOUI3.HAlUVAY~l'ANniA;>,Ul.B ROl'TK
Time tablofur Kiwtmid Wi?tcorm'tul to JUNK
Itii, JM2.
Trnlni leave rmihMHlto Dcrxit. foot of Eleventh
itrit't. mar l'ubllo Utullnx, untly, uxcept BumUyi
w follow*:
riti*.iEa>t Kwt JV, ic*
Whkclltifw,Ttoo. Exp'? Kx|*'> Exp'* Ecp'? tfrv'u
Lenvi>- a.m. r.y. p.m. A, m.I r. w.
ft'tJWlln/r ?:? 1:M 4:17 8:bl 0:47
Arrive?
A'olUliunj.r_?? ?05 2:30 4:h0 ?:2A 7:18
'fcVUUCUTIUOitltlHHHI ?**>( O.IU O.iU VtDOJ Bl'IU
illUburgh ........ 10:00 5:10 T.'X ....
r. v. A. M.
larriiburg- ? 11:16.. 4:15
i&lthuoru. 7:45
i. M.
iViuhlngtmi 0; 15
'hlUiluTnhU 2.V- 7:50 .......
f?w Yori 6.15 .j 11:15
p. a.
I UO?N?!WKtT, , . . ' I'i
l l'?C.J I'lll. jyut At- M*
i K'lp'n kxp'? Mull j'iu'i o'nt'n
Leave? A. M. V. M. A. M. P. M. I'. M.
Phwsllng *:bi 4:17 , & JJ 1:6; 6:47
ArrlTo?
tcubourm? .... 9:55 6:2 7:3.'- 8:10 S:10
'AdU...^.^...? . U:4S 8:00....i.w
P. *.
>cnuUou... 12:01 8:15 6:10.........
A.M.
fcwaik ?. ...... 2:2') 2:40 9 25
lolombUB..u 1:30- .8:46......... 10:3C
jUiave- <n i ^ A. M. A. *.
kjinmbuB8:50 8:56 3:6.'. '0:55
Arrlro? ? . m.
tyton 0:2ft 7:00 7:0?> 1:30
lucluuat! 8:00 s:iv 4:00 V:40
adlAnapotla"......*.\.... l0:50 l&SC C:C0 ,
A'7sW' 8:05 Lur nlJ
v 71301 7:'l0|...;i,...l 7:*<| f
Hundny express leaves Wneeiuig at ?:w a. m., mi*
Ivci Wellsburg i?:'2% a. m., Bluubeuvlllo 9;&5 a.m.,
taking clow ronncctlou for weitetn point*.
TrainsleavingColumbua at 8;ft0 r. u. and 8:6ft 4.
run dully, Through Chicago Kapha* lenvcH
olumbus dally, except Sunday, nt 6.00i\ m., with
looping ciu attached, arriving In Chicago at 7:30
oxt morning. Perth* can be secured In advanco a
Inlon Depot Ticket OIHee. Columbus. k Pullman's
I*alaeo Drawing Room Sleeping Han
lirough without chango from SUmbeuvllle Ka?t to
'hlladelphla and Now York. Went to Columbus,
Indnnatl, Louisville, Indlannj.oli? and St. Louie.
For through ticket*, baggage chccks, sleeping car
ecommodatlonvand any further Information: n|?
ly to JNO. <?. TOM LINkO&i Ticket Acunt, at Panandl?
Depot, foot of Eleventh street, or at City
IcketOfUco, under MoLuro House, Wtieollng.
? ? yJAilttl McCKKA,
Manager. Columbus, Ohio.
K. A. FOKD,
Gcn'l Paw, and Tlekct Agent; Pittsburgh, Pa.
g A LT1MORE Sr. OHIO RAILROAD CO.
On ami after M?y 21,18hi!r pju?enger.tralui vJU
m as follow*-^ WhedlngTlnie:' '
nnnxn So.lit* So. h \Vn. ifNai* No. 3
W Uuily^UHliy Dully
Leave? a.m. ?.m. a.mIp. m. r. v.
heeling...' 7 If. I ? 3:10 4:M
illaJre. 7 3 1.4ft 9;00 3;W &:V0
Arrives at? - ?
rafton 8*11 5.4S "'l-OO 7:11 9:70
.*.
imbcrlftiid. 9:33 4:47 ......... 1 :'.G
| Kit.
HKhlngton Ut)... ........... iclti 9rW 6:M
iltlmore .'.Ii- '? ?. ? ??
llladelrhia, v 7-40 *:0*> 12:T0
uwYou... ...... lOtfJ C:'0 :tf>0
f. 3t, A.M.
)Hton t....,...'... ' C Jb
Daily excent Sunday.
No. in unci No. 9 Ktotf nt all Station*.
"" """"> s'?-c'iwiyjn??ir8D.?i]j?
Leavo? p.h. a.m. p.m. p.m.
heeling.... 4;0" 1MB
;IMre - ? * <:40i 10:10 2:10 11:80
Arrive at? .
p.m. a.m.
mcsville &10 12:55 5.05 3:05
cw?rk 1:80 wio CIO
>lumbui .... 3:10 7:50 5RQ
a.m. p. m.*
ncinnati 8:00 6:00 3:(0
i; u.
.nrtuhky 7:00 . ?fc2S
> 1 ' ! 1 i V ' T.m. r.K.
rtiau*polLv....._.v..... : .....v.. ll:(v 12:35 12:55
l.M.
. Lmiia ... 7:60 7:55 7:80
a.m. p.m.
Ilca?n r,:00 8:00 7:80
annag Gity....'. fi:30r /cap -9:00
B.'tfc O. lVlnce, Drawing ttM?m auclSlcirj.iun Cart
? all night trains.
Clone eonneetlonn arc made lor all point* 8oulb
id Southwest, North ami-Northwest, making thli
desirable route for colonUts- anil poreoiin moving
' the great 'A'cit, ami to whom particular attention
given i -? ' >>* ' ?*
whkkuno, rn-rft. and baltimokk div
2?vc ttlfocliiig......6:40 a. M.. 1:30. p. x, 5:10 p. v.
No trains run on trtln Division on Sunday.
Ticket* to all principal points 'on Falo at Depot,
fitoo open at all houra (luring the day.
Information to ,tho traveling public chcerfuUj
veu. W. M. CLEM ENTS, M. of T.
R. T. DKVTHftj. Gen'l Agent. Wheeling.
~1LEYELAKD & PlTTSBUKGli K. K.
jv^nKerTntti"'- c?r
KIVER IUVHION-GOING WEST.
; Mail.. Kxpiuo KjtpriaJi. Accoin.
Leave? ~~ " ' "
Ittsburgh 8:00 a.m. mo p.m. 4:C5p.u
VrSvo?y 8:10 " 1:80 " 4:15 "
g::
a5 !$ :: Ism??SS'?
SfS" tb
?r # t y.. 11:42 ? 501 " 7:WJ ' 8-34 "
r.n C.e,K>rt !l:P ". 5:0S " 7:57 S-J5 "
uiUlrfc.... UhOOp/Ml 5:!W " ** *6:10 8-66 "
K1VKH I)TV]SIONrGOi'N(rKAPTr~~
Accnm. Mall., , KxprcsK. Afxom.
Learo? *
5:60 A,K'11:00 A,M'1:40 4:'40 * mridmjprt
C:00 " 11:10 " 1.50 " 4:35 "
H K'" 6:07 l?:?7 " l:M " 6:01 '
oubcinc. 7:01 " 12:17 p. m. 2:48 " fi:&8 "
SSjnwjr. J20- ' U-M " ***> " K
rilRVlllC. 7:49 1:15 3:40 " fclS "
. I-tverl... .8:15'^' 1:49 " 6:15 "
wjer 8:i9 2:20 " C:47 " "^Z
ochc?t?r. 9:15 " -jm 6:M " ?
llfulicur. 10:^0 ? 8:20 7:35
itUibuiKh 10:30 V 3:30 " 7:45 "
?wa...M. :::::::::::::::
Ii\?>
'whluii'u &22 " ..
hlUdelu. 6:15 ..
ew York? 5:25 M ..
Minn....... 6:10 P.*
Mjl'K?Trains -leaving UeUsirv hi f>.f>u a. m. mid
40 p. m. connect at Yellow Cirek for Cleveland.
All twins dully except Sunday.
K. A. FOitP.
General Pai^engcr and Ticket Agent.
WM. A. BALDWIN. MwnnciT. l'ltl-shvirxh.
FINANCIAL,
gANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
APITAL....^ ....III. ?. 9175,000
I*. A. lflKrr.....M ......President
?m. B. Humov..., "Vico-PioeMent
Does a General Banking Biuduwou
niRKrroEa:
r'm, A. Iwtt, | Wm, B. Simpson,
, A, Miller, i John K. BoUford,
.. M. Adams, 1 Victor llosenburg.
lenry Bpayer,
mal8 F. P. J EPSON, Cashier.
gXCHANGE BANK.
APITAL... .?.......KM,000
, M. Vahcb,...? ;..Pr<*ldi!n?
kuuti uaubuux~..., ^.....^...^...VIco-Frerfdeni
niKwrroM.
, N. Yauco, ' 8. Horkhclraer,
Uughlla; W. KHlt>Rhunv
. E, DeUpl*ln, . A. W. Kuly.
ihn Frew,
fai JOHN J. .TONES.
LEGAL NOTICES.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
J ; '
By virtue of ?docrcc of tho Municipal* Court' of
'heeling,entered in theenufcot Arpnt K Soltc,
rtn*., Ac., Hcnlnrt Frvdoriki^Nolto t*t ?l. on tho
)th dny of July, A. U.. 3?w, the <njnteri<lRM<\
pcciitl coro.mi&loner will, on Wkusk-mky, thuClh
'iY op Beit*-, HEK, A. I?,, 1W2. coin nicuclng-tit
) o'clock A. *.','nt the'ffanC door r,r the Court
lounoof.fhlo countyi proceed to wU'nt j.nbllo
notion to ihe bluheni ati'l bw>t bidder, th? followig
dt^ribed retucMfltc. vis: Lot 12 iu sjiintu :X),
t the toWn of South Wheeling, Ohio county, Went
Irxll.lrl
I'Jchmx or S.U.B.?One-third of tho - purchase
?o ey. or M) n*uch more at the nurehuxtrinny o'cct
. jmjr uwil. Him IUU OiiUJICV. 111.two etiUnl IllMllll-,
tents jiaynblc in Mx uixl twelve months, from tlnjr
f **le, wiih'intorcat, mid to be evidenced by note*
'Itli rowI porwinnl weuiiiy. Title to he' 'retained
11 jmpnentof *ald notw. T. J.
SpeclulCoiutniMloner. y
nM.uu,AncUoitccr. ; ,
,1 certify; that bond ai)<l tecmlty m required br
iw hiut been ulven In the aliove disc tiy t,ho mid 'P.
, IIwuus, Spcclal CommMoncr.
THOMAS' M. I?AliRAH.
(florW Miml' ipnl Court Wboellmr.
QOG COJiLAHS, "
I)OG MUZZKI.S, DOG CIIAINS,
'
The largest; assortment In the city nt tjft
rafdware and HouseftirniihinB Store or
NKSi'.ITT ifc.HKO.,
rtylP 1 ' . . 13I2.Markut Street,
I >< >STi-nis. 11 A n (; Mi:s, 6A I.:D'S,"ETC.
I lit *tyU*?tliat can't >,?e W*?*t. at the iJully Intel*
Job OflWv.

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