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Tbl. m?aidno. ootnblf tol Iron wlUi pnij ;
B jt iSan un&uWRemedy tor Disease* of the |
ni^w, oecaltar to !
"Women, and all who lead sedentary Urea. I
It does not injure the teeth, cause headaches
produce consupatlon-oC/ier iron nedlcina do.
It enriehM and purifies the blood, stimulates 1
the appetite, aids the assimilation of (bod, re*
? lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength*
aiii tho muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, lack 0/
Energy, Ac., it has no equal. >
V*- The genuine has above trade mark and
rrr?*ed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
" Mr h aaow* mam* 1. ro* nmianar. an,
ffitff. gX. Suoolt ft (So.
WEW , '
Spring Goods !
Jersey, Gros Grain and
Summer Silks at the lowest
prices ever knoifrrt.
Geo. M. Snook & Go.
Worsted Dress Plaids in
rich combinations, prices
ranging from 25c to ?1 50
per yard.
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
Cashmeres, Tricots, etc.
Over i oo pieces, representing
every new shade in the
market. We offer a solid
case of Cashmeres at 33^c
per yard, former price 50c
per yard. ;
Geo. M. Snook & Co.1
Jersey Jackets for Ladies j
and Misses. A large num- ,
ber of new styles not heretofore
shown in this city.
Ladies' Jerseys from 50 cts '
Geo. U. Snook & Co. :
Lace Curtains in rare and
beautiful designs, and Ham- J
- burg Embroideries and All- '
Over Nets in endless va- '
riety, at fully 25 percent \
below former prices. J
Geo, M. Snook & Go.!
? Dress Ginghams, Sat- J
teens, Lawns, Prints, Seer- ?
suckers, Sheetings, Table 1
r~. Linens and many other-sea- E
sonable goods have just
been received?all of which |
we have marked at prices I
to suit the times. }
mo main srr. f
Xob27 t
Goods. [
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O n a a i A I Of* Ia,
OfiBUim otiibi
OF \
j Ti i i . i . i,,i i j j i' i LIti * i r
* i ? 1
? *' * -" e
... ;. MABCH 4, S
And continue ETery Afternoon un- c
til full stock is disposed of.
llO-i Main Stroot, q
m?r? ' . - ti
AllWool 13 tmting; J
1 Gin Double-',vtilUi Ciuhmero at L3%oSO
fi?ce? Fine Yanl>wldo Cuhmere at 23c. ?
IS Kxtra-Ftue Quality, 421nrb, In all now w
oolow, at 02>fc. w
1 Caaa Gotded and TwIU Dkn Gooda at Ityfe* *
600;cr>eyn,Fltio All-Wool, at fl 00 aud up. Ul
2ft down Thread Glorff at lOe.ohcap at 30a. ( ^
18 will iO iElcrenth Street.
SM Mdligttm.
offlmi Koa. SSaod 17 TourUmth
s^r^rj l. .' 1.,. 7: - l, u .v.1 ~ tea
K?w Adverttiataanta* 8
For Bant?Furniihed Front Boom.. Jp ' i
Forfialo?Whcellog & Belmont Bridge Stock. *
Tot ialo?Drug Store.
FobUo Auction?Stock of Liquoo.
ForirtncluBAtl-Steauier Ande*. '
Skating carnival?North Had Boiler Rink.
8et?n uCoalof.
For Sale?Wagon-L Fulton.
Boiler Skatee?hetbiu & Bto. Diamond*
~1. O. Dillon. w
CtupHj? tilreet Blnk?fonrtb pise. p,
T(..rniu m btfr (u?onl, oi
The following ahem the ranee of the la
hermometer aa observed at Schuept's pi
ling stoi# Open Home cdrner, Saturday: -=
' x. 12 26?; 8 p. 27?; 7 r.
i., 24?. Sunday, 7 a. m., 12?; 12u., 27?; M
3?; 3 p.m., 27?; 7 p.m., 23?. rr
Wabiukotok, D.C., March 23.?1 a. it? rc
?or Tennessee and the Ohio Vallev, ?
[air and warmer weather: northerly winds, e.
jecoming variable.
For the Lower Lakes, fair and warmer "
iveathar, northwesterly winds, becoming ?
variable. {j
(JO to the Capitol Kink this evening and 1}
see the Uennuui Combination, tho great- n
est company of Bicyclists und'Skaters S
that wIII appear in this city. The press ?
of the country endorse tliem as being the n
finest concourse of Kink Artists on fho P
road. Admission, 25 cents. a
WE have just received a new stock of ji
Hold Spectacles. h
JACOB W. (IJtCItB, the Jeweler, tl
Cor. Twelfth and Market Sis. g
A large assorlmentof Spring and Sum- h
mer Stock, consisting of the latest varle- u
ties In Coatings, Suitings, I'nntuloonings i
and Overcoatings, which ire wlii make y
up in the latest nnd best styles unil nt u
lowest possible prices. ? s
Also a full lino or Uenls' Furnishing
Matter* of Minor Moment la uud About the h
City. C
Tip only amusements this evening will e
ue ai ulu Baauug [juu. ^
Mother Huaijabd carnival at the Chapline
street rinlc this evening. "
The proposed new Sunday paper, it is r
now said, lias keen abandoned. j
Tub Thompson's Comedy Company fin- l>
islietl a brilliant week at Charley Shay's (
Theatre Saturday night j.
A live-like portrait, in oil, of Sberifl* <
Handlan, from Mr. Storm's brash, is dis- "
played in 'Nicoil's window.
Tiik State Encampment, G. A. R., will
beheld in this city on Monday, April 13, JJ
at Knlghli of Lobor ball, Beck's block. J|
Ohio Valley lodge No. 31, Knights of
Pythias, will have a benefit carnival at 8
tho North End rink Tuesday night. Sev- ?
eral valuable prince will be awarded,
Oliveb Muiiniv was sent to jail Satur- p
day night by Squire Arkle for a hearing p
to-day. He is cbareed with assaulting c
ind threateningto kill his wife, who made I
the complaint
Thomas McDowell, white, and Mary
3ox. colored, arraigned before Squira Atkle
.Saturday oil a charge of maintaining
illegal relations, were discharged at the
;oet of the complainant ti
A numuer of orders for apocial steel C
ivere filled at the Kiverside worka, Ben- b
rood, last week, one being of piece* each ci
?eigbing 4.400, /or a Pittsburgh firm who tl
will forge thein into (halting. g,
To-mohrow night the first masquerade ?
mil of the Confidante Social will be given is
it Germanialiall. Prof. 0. J. Mayer will el
let as master of ceremonies ai}d Mayer's
ireheetra will furnish the music.
Jhdoe Bovn decided the Brady liaUai ,
orpin cas Saturday, awarding tlio custody 0
>f the child, Julia Brady, to her father, P1
Irm-nd Bradyjof Baltimore. Jlrgdv will 01
liter suit foulixorcc from bis wife. *
It is again announced that the glues' | i?
vorkers' lockout over the river is on the
ive of a change, aqd that tho idle works ^
rill soon rename, but the announcement q.
U1H iieen bo frequently made with equal
lontiveness thatlt will be received with a iu
;rain of allowance. ' '
The sala of reserved seats will com- v?
nence at Baunur's uiusic store this morn- of
ng for the engagement of "Only a Farmirs
Daughter" at the Opera House next H
Vedncsday evening. The play has many at
Kjpulur elements and the present ?o?paly
is said to be a Btrong one. )o
Tug third annual election of directors of if
he Mutual Building and Loan Associate!
look place Saturday night and the Ci
oilowing were cbo?en; W. 0. Handlan, ro
Vm. Goering, J. ?. Hands, Frank Fal- of
oure, Ed. Sharkey, jr., Louis Wartrung,
'. I). Dobbins, J. F. Miller, Oscar Jriaud- cc
ock. iu
Enwj RD Mokpiiy, tho temperance workr,
son of Francis Murphy, will lecture at J'
ho First Baptist church one week from u
o-night, bis topic being "John Bull and
Irother Jonathan." Ha will speak of his m
revels in England and Ireland, us a torn- ,
erance worker. Tho proceeds will go to- 01
rard paying off the church debt
Mixnie Palmes, "My Sweetheart," tho
'right, the gay, the sparkling little Mln- Fi
lie, who las year turned the heads and vi
aptured the hearts of all England, and Ui
wo is now engaged in the most sweeping co
onquest of her own native land, will lip- ak
(ear at theWheeling Opera House Mon- ds
ayandTuesday.evenings,March30 andSf. wl
Hiiia will be at tho Opera House ce
'uesday and Wednesday evenings and co
Wednesday afternoon, April 14 and 15. bi
'uosday night she will play "Arcadia" f?
Victor Sardou'e "A Dangerous Game"); w
Vednesday afternoon, "The Power of St
Ave," also by Sardou, auil Wednesday si?
ight Howard Carroll's "The American ? 1
!ountess"?all nstr plays hero. of
Ax Interesting temperance experience
leetlng was held at the First Baptist
hurcli Saturday night. Mr. Murphy will
at be able to be here this week, and the
aeetings announced for the Academy of M
I usic have been abandoned, Col. Shay, pr
he manager, generously refunding the H
aoney paid forihe week's rent of bia on
iouso. though he ii thus out one week's ev
ngagement. flf
... in
tnuf?ri IB Ui? Cltr and WhMltng Folk, ''
Abroad. w]
Mr. J. Hop Woods, of Phillppl, is at the Ti
IcliUra bouse. ar
Mr. W. A, Hunt, editor of the StClairs- wl
ille Clmmiclt, was in the city Saturday, wl
James Means, Esq., of Pittsburgh, and A{
!ol. T. H. Morris, of Belli tiro, were & town
Mr. George A. Dunnington, editor of tlie wi
irafton Smlintl, visited wheeling a short oil
Rev. Dr. J. E. Smith, pastor of the Poiirth 8e
treet M. K Church, leaves this morning he
ir New Orleans and other Southern pi
tints. st)
Mr.'T. Hill Marshal!, late editor of the
Irafton Standard, retired from that paper ,.
> accept a position as Clerk in Auditor <Ul
luffoy's ofllce.
Mrs. Oharles Mendel, of Minneapolis,
ho lias been visiting Mri.GeorgeMendeI,
f Twelfth street, for the past two weeks, rit
iturncd home Saturday.
Mr. Geo. A. Howard and wife, of Ginmint],
who spent the winter in this city,
iturned from Baltimore last evening, 70
here they have been for the past two gir
eeka. They will rotnrn to Cincinnati in ow
few days. Misa Ella Bond, of Baltimore.- ^
Tived with thou last evening and will fla
i their gueat for a few d?ya, <0I
"? iL"" the
Guatht rink event of the season?ttq h?j
other Hubbard Carnival ?t the Chap- wil
le street rink this evening. . ^
0-L. H. O.T rin
. ? noi
Dox'r miss the Mother Hnhbard Car. Cai
val?Chapline (tract rink?to-night, wil
III the Lending Topic of DUettMlon' About
be Street*?Tho Gambler* Again Plajrlug?The
CrauMle Against the Tic?
Referred to In the Pal pit.
There was some poker playing going on
iturday night and yesterday. A reirter
heard ol one game with alx or
ghtplayen, moetiy professionals, which
ated all of Satorday night and a good
irt o( yesterday. Eleven yonng men
Bra~ wen to enter the aide door of a
loon where formerly a poker game waa
in, and they stayed long enough to toy
ith several jai'k pots. At leutone other
om generally known as a gambling den
as lighted np Saturday night Few
ccept known gamblere care to play nowlays,
however. The others keep their
ealher eyo towarcf -the coming grand
iry, and scan the Intsujcjbscicr regulrar
before breakfast In moetoftbe seemlng'
deserted gambling rooms the layouts
imain all the wme, and Chief of Police
auth or hla deputies wonld encounter
0 difficulty in finding the "table, instruleut,
device or thing used for the puroseot
gambling" which the'ordinance
gainst offenses authorizes him to selie,
at any time he should conclude to act
1 accordance with the oath he took when
e qualified as City Sergeant, and enforce
he provisions of the ordinance, against
anting. *
Rev. Dr. Smith, of the Fourth street M.
i. church, in his sermon last night referedtothe
present agitation against gamling,
and took occasion to speak in no
ncertain way on the subject, denouncing
ii unmeasured terms the vice and those
f ho foster or defend it.and approving and
ndorsing all efforts or movements to
tamp it out
Lu Interesting Iteport to the City
Mayor Grubb has already made public
I- -1 -i iA immmnnlnsta f n
I In uewruiiuauvu iu w/iuiuuuu?h< ...
iauncil to-morrow night his unavailing
(Torts to induce the City Sergeant to enDree
the ordinance against gaming. In
aswer to an inquiry as to what shapo his
eport would take the Mayor told a recrter
that all ho should do was to make a
ormal statement of his requests to the
Ihief of Police to move against the
ambling hells, and the fact that the
'hief of Police had taken no step in repoiiBe
to these requests. He will cite
lie provisions of tho sections of the ordiances
prohibiting gaming, and prescribng
the duties of the Mayor and the City
ergeant, under which he acted, and
?awi the matter with Council, making
o recommaiuj&tion as to what course
tiould be taken by that body in the preilses.
The ordinary course will be to refer this
aper to the Committee jn Police. The
resent Council's Committee on Police is
[imposed of four Republicans and four
lemocrats, arfollow
Hippy, Cnl J Hull, Q. II,
Myta. l.hl.
Shulejr, . JtCffer,
YHsr; McGregor.
There has betm considerable spcculaon
as to what the disposition of this
ommittee and of the Cloun^Il j^elf will
e. The attempt to prejudice the Demotjtic
members of Council by the charge
iat the moyement to influence City Servant
Jtaiti) U /(isflharge his duty in t^js
ispeot originate! ju poJjljMj motives, it
thought bv many, ??/ km jaiflfl
Tect, thin as it is.
Onnuma flnllft of Annnati.
The Kuproina Court of Appeals met at 11
clock on Saturday, #J1 the judges being
esent. Tho followiug4spfc>W!W K'ere aujunced:
State vs. Chapman,.from Itoane county;
dgment reversed mid cause remanded
t trial
Kangla v?. Pijlaney, Mayer, Ac., lrom
anawha county; judgment of Circuit
surt affirmed. .
G'hancey vs. Smith, from Itoane eouatf)
dgment of Circuit Court affirmed.
West Virginia Transportation Company
ullwaei#er,from Wood county; judgment
Circuit Court a/firmed.
Lynch, administrator, }'? Henry, lrom
arrison county, decree of Circuit pourt
Hale vs. M-. Donohue & Co., from Tayt
r county; judgment of Circuit Court
Butter Co, v?, Sullivan et ai., from
jbeli county; judgment o{ Circuit Court
versed and judgments JJuuicjpg) Court
Huntington affirmed.
Moundsvilio vb. Snider, from Marshal)
urity; dismissed on motion of plaintiff
Jf nowta vs. N'aii City Building Associain,
from Ohio poynty; petition for appeal
id ?uperw?Jew refused, _
B. L. Butcher, ??., was uuaihjed mi
otionofMr. Russell.
Adjourned until next Sstuniuy ?t f 1 ,
Frank OottrlUSuloldea. <
Saturday morning about 10 o'clock, j
ank M. Cottrill, tl}0 actor who became
olently insane and waa planed in the
tchie county jail at Harris vlllo, ?n grunt
o' which, together with a brief
etch of Ilia life was published in Saturly's,
i-B?e of this paper, hung himself 1
ili a silk handkerchief to the bars of the 1
II in which lie was conflued. When dlie
vered ho had been dead but a short time '
t alt efforts to resuscitate him were '
tile. Cottrill was here with the Davene
imM nation, which appeared at Charley
lay's Academy of Music a few months ;
ice, and his wifo will be remembered as
rory pleasing songstress. He was a man 1
CODsiberable ability, of courteous adess
and Una personal appearance.
To-nlflU'i osrplral. J
At the Ohapline Street rink this evening ,
essrs. JJntler A Itow, the enterprising ,
oprietors. will give a grand "Mother .
ubbard Carnival." Tills promises to be ,
?of the moet amusing lad entertaining ]
entsof the season, as one hundred and j
ty young gentlemen have signified their t
tendon of taking part. The novel and (
agliable costumes, with $ sufficient (
nnkling of line and artisic ones, ,
II make a varied and striking scene
ion ail these skaters got on the surface,
lis sort of entertainment la fully as j
anting for the spectators aa for those j
110 participate, and no doubt th? seats ,
111 thla evening bo.as crowded aa the
TrutiKforM. i
Tho following transfers of real estate
ire admitted to record at Clerk Hook's
ilee Saturday: \ '
Deed made March SO, 1085, by Mary
haboudy and Alexis Scliaboudy, <
t husband, to William Smith, for a i
see of ground on the east side of V.'ood ]
eet, between Twenty-fourth and Twen- i
llitli streets. Consideration $850. <
Deed made March 20,. 1686, by Bene- <
;t Spoidol and wife to Aaron Kelly, for
sertain piece ot land In Ohio county. ,
insiders tios $800. j
Akotiibb big time at the Chapline street ]
ik to-night. r
rin Uat ?nnln|. '
Ismail Are occurred last evening about .
i'clock at the corner of Zane and Vir- ,
lia streets, Island, in the brick house *
ned by Mrs. Odbert. The Are origin- *
<1 from a joist communicating with a a
s. A hole was burned in the roof, and '
ne damage done by water tbrown by c
1 department, which was promptly on *
lid In answer to an alarm. Tb? loss
I be about $200. n
-ill MS 1 J._ S
:?a manager! of the Chapline street <
k, never at a loss (or an entertaining ti
feity, announce a Mother Hubbard T
nival at their rink thla evening. It n
1 tie an Interesting and amnainj; eyept. I
EC ' ' '
Who Hart Bsau Operating ftl SliUrarillc,
For a year put thieves have been robbing
the Ohio River road's station boose
at' Sittenrille. Last Monday night it waa
broken into, and the burglars carried away
one sack of rice, a big cheese, ten gallons
oi whisky, twenty-five sacks of floor, 200
pounds of white lead, bealdea many other,
smaller articles. The management engaged
Captain Mehen, of Parkersburg, to
look into the matter, and if possible to
bring the thieves to justice. He succeeded
in running down Sam Kinkald, a United
States msll carrier, John Brooks, and a
man by tl)? name of Hubbard. He captured
Kinkaid and Brooks, and they bad
a preliminary trial and wore bound over
to answer at court in the aum of $500 each.
Kinkaid was the drayman for the company
and was trusted. He succeeded in
Cpg keys for the doors, and they had
uie so bold that last Monday night
they took th&stolen goods away on a dray.
Kinkaid is an old and respected citizen of
the place and the others are well connected.
Saturday Brooks and Kinkaid
were given up by their bondsmen, but in
being taken to jail Kinkaid escaped.
Brooks, it is uuderstood, will turn State's
A Lars* Cortege, With tvj SocUtlol, Parti*
The funeral of Mr. William Keeline,
whose death at Council Mulls was chronicled
in thelKTEiaicKKcaulast week, took
place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the residence of Mr. F. 0. Myers, on
Mainstreet. The services were conducted
by Hev. K. H. Dornblasor, of the Epglish
Lutheran church, and were very impressive.
The singing was led by a double
quartette from the Arion society, who
rendered "Sweet and Quiet be thy Slumber."
The pallbearers were from the
Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellewi! of
which orders he was a member, and considerable
numbers of the members of the
various lodges in the city attended, including
Cocur do I?on division, Uniformed
ltank. The Oiiera House band headed
the cortege to Mt. Wood, where the
interment took place, and before the departure
of the funeral from the residence
rendered "Nearer, my God, to Thee." An
unusually large number of friends followed
the remains to the cemetery, where
the Odd Fellows conductcd funeral services
aiter their ritual.
Wcat Virginia Mt Now Orleaoi.
Col. Phil Pendleton, Commissioner of
this State at the New Orleans Exposition,
in a conversation with a Pittsburgh reporter
the other day, Baid:
"The contributions of Slate products are
simply wonderful, especially in the matter
oi natural products, ivansas aeuus specimens
of wheat, corn and cereals. Colorado
sends specimens of both mineral and
agricultural productions. Minnesota her
wheat and oats, Michigan her copper,
Ohio and West Virginia their coal, Pennsylvania
her machinery and other States
specimens of their leading natural and artificial
product^ the whole forming one of
the most magnificent displays ever seen
on this continent The exhibit of West
Virginia coal attracted very general attention.
Ex-Senator Henry G. Davis had one
column of coal' from his Piedmont mine
fifteen feet thick. The Kanawha coal was
also minutely examined. Tbo wool exhibit
of West Virginia took the premium
over all shown. This wool oarae from
Brooko and Llancock counties, almost at
the door of Pittsburgh, and might almost
be claimed by Pennsylvania in view of the
pension scheme. This is doing- pretty
wefPtor & ??ate that made no appropriation
for an exUhitiqn q( its resources.
What was done by both Pennsylvania and j
West Virginia was accomplished by moneys1
4 wived -from other sources."
As ft proof of Wetoltytfs growth pnd
prosperity the public is rpmj uqejJ of phe
completion of the lino two-story busiocss
block erected on the northwest dorner
J I |'rana and Charles streets bl Messrs.
ohn if. Qqomr and James M. Rodgers.
Prior to fiiQ ,erept|()n flf thjg building the
lot had always been yaajnt, and V(W f!)e
DroDrietors conuluded to' build tbtreon
there were many who said that it 'wflfl too
far up town for business, but they were
fjiletiiknn. Mr. dodgers took his trade
Wi'1 lM?)W'jifiBCr6Mingit. Dr. Copra's
trade kppl mt Mef )m Mftfoliowed
him upon Utti aw of Moving, itud tija
prospects are that ho will hayo a Reitef
trade uptown than ho had down..' Tiio
store rooms of Messrs. Cooper and Kodgora
fro B.at'b ?{ by 70 feet and are models for
Bonypnfenjie. 1(c) jjtJjer rooms in town
present u ?aay B/fif nfagej far business
as these. All Ottilia is d.t)0 If) f(i,e1/en|tli(i
growth of the town and progressive jdej.
Jllj* Attraction at the Cnpltol Kink.
Pirji gnd to-morrow evenings the Denm
C<jn>blnatign, giving one of the most
refined gn)J a; tie tic ?li?V,ria| flRcJ bicycle
performance* th?t hes m been flpewto
this clly, will appear at the Qapjtol Kink,
the combination consists of ifanng #nd
Biakeley, who do some clever work on
t(j? wheel; .Miss Minnie Parrott, a cbampiou
iadf ?lwfer.ttml Master Gussie Spritt,
of ijow York. He if fine of the most
H'OfldfrfuI boy pkatere to lip ftifi)d ft tfje
jouutry. jfflijjbinjtira is if ijije pne,
and none of Wlieelfng'j) gkatpro should
[ail to see Its performance*.
Limt Nigkl'* ltehearsal.
Tho rehearsal givon by the Opera House
Drotieatra Hi ffie Mmnnerchor Hall last
aight was, as us?a|, tended by a large
indience of promjpent ifii ye)) Jfpfpwn
people. The programme was made up of
lifolnpjelectlons which wereasarifjo,nicely
rendered. T)n> special numbers werji a
Jute duett played by tfossfj. A. Keymann
ind L. Gaus and a 'cello solo played by
Br. Sturm iff his usual fine stylo.' JJotn
wo warmly enured. These rehearsals
ire Josing none of their popifhfrihr,'
)M r-rf?M
Thv> It?ro|r.r,
In commenting on wiyenji cases in tbat
:ity where children died from the effects
>f taking cough syrup containing morphia,
:Iie editor 01 an umana paper remarau
.list opiates, poisons and narcotics are
raoro dangerous than firearms. Mothers
ihould note tlilu apd plso that different
Boards ol Health, alter carpful analyses,
Have certified that tho only purely vage.
:ab|o preparation of this kind, and one
;hat is harmless and effective, is Ked Star
^'ouifh Cure. Theltominisslonerof
if Baltimore publicly endorses jt.
41 ? ?H
Or all the rink attractions the Mother
Hubbard Carnival at Entlor 4 Hose's
Jhapliuo street rink this evening will bo
Doet worth seeing.
itag* of ttl? WaUr ami 3toToujnutl of the
The Katie Stockdilu passed up jesterjay
morning shortly after H o'clock.
The Andes is due tonlay train Cinclniinnatl,
for which point sho will leavo
o-morrow aftornoon at 3 o'clock on her
eturn trip. The Andes j* a popular
aera-wheel packet, with commodlou* j
luartcrs and 8- perfect set of gentlemen i
in board aa officers. j
Tho Louis A. Shirley pined down Sat- |
irday evening en route for Cincinnati. She
baa taken the place of the City of j
i'evay, which hag been placed in Hie CinInuaii
and Madison trade. Tj>e Shirley
eahipped ber Pittsburgh freiabt from ;
Jellaire by rail Saturday morning. <
tho marks last evening indicated a ,
leptb in the channel of 6 feet 3 inches nnd i
he river was falling. L'onsidurable ice '
cas running. Tho reports from above ycra
a follows! Pittsburgh, !S feet ID inches il
nd billing; 01) City, i feet f inches and f
loaed; Morgantown, closed, and weather
nowy. . a
The hull of Messrs EvSPS A Wilson's
ew steamboat was safely launched at <
:ilsabetb, on the JJttIo ftanaawha, last
Wednesday, and the boat wjtl be ready
>r the machinery in about two weeks. 8
he work ol building the hull has been ?
eceasarily slew, on account of the b?l i
Bather, ti
,'-,4;V j'i: .V
I T*?7- ' : ??'" 1
From Uie Interior of the State Gathered
[ From the Exchangee?Two or Three Fai
tAlitles?Railroad Information auad
| a Variety of Interfeitlng Note*.
y >
The tomperance people of Parkeraburi
are trying to arnuigo for Francis Murph;
to vint that place and hold a siriee of tern
peijpce meetings.
Lee Haymond, of Clarksbnrg, has beei
appointed Ald-de-Camp on the Staff of tin
Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Arm;
of the BepubUc, with the rank of Colonel
Last Friday evening Andrew Baker, i
resident of Fisher's Point, Jackcon coun
ty, committed suicide by shooting himsol
through' the Iright temple. Clause, il
Fitrhugh <i Hunter, music dealers; Par
kersbnrg, have" made an assignment to A
Zilenriger. The amount of their liablli
ties is unknown, but they are thought ti
be greatly in excess of their assets.
One day last week a young man name(
David Bunn and Lucius Adkins, of Lewii
county, who have heretofore beeij inti
mate, had a raisunderatanding as to som
matter, and it resulted in Bunn stabbln;
Adkins pretty severely. Bunn is supposei
to have left the State.
The wife of Fielding Nay, of Enterprlst
Harrison county,was tilling alighted lam
from a can filled with kerosene a few even
ings since, When the oil ignited and buru
edtlie woman so badly that she died th
next morning.. This is the second deatl
from burning that has occurred in Hi
Nay's family withintiie last few months.
A few days since George T. Nickel], t
Monroe county, a deputy U. 8. Marsha
died very suddenly and unexpectedly a
Feterstown, in that county. The decease
bad gone into the hotel,- to all appearanc
'in his txsutU health, when he laid dow;
and goon expired. It is believed that hi
death was caused by an attack of apoplex]
The Parkersburg SnUinrfsays: "We ar
told that the Ohio River railroad beloi
the Kanawha, will in all probability no
be commenced this summer. The reaao
of this delay is the obstacles opposed b;
the very persons to whom the road is i
bo a'bono lit. There neoms to be a letli
argy in regard to the rood, as strange as i
is Teal."
A few days since while Jesse Smith, c
Wayne count}', was cutting down a tree
it fell in a different direction than was ex
pected, and his son, aged 10, who wa
with him, was caught by the limbs befor
he could get gut the way and soseriousl;
injured that it is thought hejeannot live
One leg had to-be amputated and there i
a horrible wound in his head.
About a year ago one Stepbon Horan
living in Doddridge county, struck a littl
boy boy the name of Bennett on the heai
with the stock of a gun, for some triilini
offense said to have been done by tin
boy to a little girl of Moran'H. For sorni
time it was thought the boy would no
si&vive the injury dope him, and if h(
did be would bo an imbecile the rest o
hi3 life. Moran left the county and noth
ing more was heard of him until lasl
week, when he was arrested and lodgec
in jail.
Suit wasentorcd Thursday in the TTnite<
States Court at Parkersburg, by the Key
stone Bridge Company, of Pittsburgh
against the Point Pleasant A Ohio Rive
Kailroad Company, to enforce a lien o
$159,000. A similar suit baa been entorec
in the United States Circuit Court at Oin
cinnati. The caies grow out of the failun
of the railroad company to accept and pa]
for the bridge lately completed across thf
Obio at Point Pleasant. The bridge com
pany s?y (Ije bridge is ready fo^deliverj
and demands payment,
| Martin'* Ferrj.
On Tuesday evening a blind woman
I /rots Oberlin will lecture in th6 JI. E
The publio examinations vll| he
I *LI. .nnl_ r?? DnaaJa,, J.
uumueu mis wcc?. uu^xubouu/ ?uuuu
No. f) and 9 will be open; Wednesday,
Noe.Hand 10: on Thursday andiFriday,
Mwteir Albert Walti, the thirteen yeai
flld lmy wopcjpr, will exhibit at the Excelsior
Bink Ttie8day evpnjni; the 94th
inst. Master waltz la admitted to be the
jlnest trick and acrobatic boy skater in
the country.
yater works election yesterday
g^aed Vw a?iBtly, There ra te
W8vd j)ro|)i)d at any t)>ue qufing tfre day.
People would salt tjp to (be noils, <4st
cast their votes and walk away.
The following is the result by wards!
Jfiret ward: For water works, 303 j against,
4s. Second ward: For water works,
IflQ j agaljjBtj T||ir(l yard; for water
works, })?: agaipat. gj. Tofai pity v(,te
cast, 7(11). Total vote for tfater ?oiks. Ql-J;
total vote against water works, 15lj, leaping
a majority in lavor of water works ol
4(50 votes.
Miss Rate B?m i? qb)o (0 be 0||t aftor
several weeks' illness.
Mr. George I). Turner baa returned
from an extended tour thorough West
Mr. Andrew Heinlein is home on a vacaM'on^froni
the ieffefggn Medical College
Mr. A.J. Baggs has returned IrQii) Cleveland,
wflep-e IjohM fjeen far tfle past *eek
attending to business.
Bids will be rcceived unti) April }st by
August, Stager, chairman of the light
MUlDiittee, to clean and 1111 tha lamps of
the vjfllagi) [or tfte ensuing year. *
Dinsmore Brothers t)ave engaged Billy
Mayer's b^nd,of Wheeling, (or the colored
folks' caraiyal at tbejr rink to-night.
Tliid pfQipbee tq be~S,rjch affair, well
worth seeing.
{iev. W. H. Denney, Colportci|t of the
American Bible Society, says that almost
enough money has been raised hero to
ipake all the 'Bridgeport preachers life
it|eml)0fa of the Society.
t*-l ?
MstHI"^ HpBjjiBB Carnival, Chapllne
Birtrc* i tii?| u/rnijjmk.
llaltlmore & Ohio*
Special excursions to Pittsburgh every
&nn<l|>y. ltuund trip rate $150. Train
leaves till) |iaIti|||or<! & Ohio depot at 8:25
A. >f., city time. Returning lfl?yes Pittsburgh
afeffU)5 pi M i citytlme. Tickets good
lorthl* day only.
Do kqt fail to attend the Mother Hub.
bard Carnival, which takes place at the
Chapline street fink
MatttovCL'f gxAtcxl (faint.
That pure, aweet, nld, tod effoctlfe American
dUtlllaiiou of WltchUaiel, Amertoan Pitta, CM*da
Fir. Marigold, and Clovcr-Blomojii, cm] led Banford'i i
RikIIcaI Care for Catarrh, with one box CatmlnU
sofvciii 9l)d one Bunford'i Improved Inhtler.all in
duo putuOi injur nov be bad of all druggUta for
fo^tffog?g4lM torn ^ ^
[oro5fte8rmof Catarrh, from a B&e'SSd'or
[nriuena tp Ua of Smell, Teite add Hearing,
aw) Cpwnmptton, fn
tnd Pnbl|c Ppeakera without number owe their
jrwciiUwe/nlnffi and fuccw to8aoford a Radical
' B^Dri'wiwta aay?t ''One of the beet remedies
o* ?*?t remedy wp have found
n a UtetTme of uflfotog-la Sanibrd'a Radical
.Sire 11 doara the bead And throat so thprojjghly
hat, taken eaeh morning ojj riaing, then art nb
lntdeuant accreiion? and no dlugmbteiuirung
tea of Tolp? aod rtrfrtrakry QTgabi." .
Bold by all drugbtf. Trice, ft (Ji.
rom? D?po akp CmnqcALOo., Bdaton.
Wffi ?
booting hU#a through the Lofna and Eaolc, try
*h? OltT Prim*rl???TJi? Bisk Wmr-l"
da*trial Rod Oaotral N?wi.
I Miss Nettie Houston is recovering from
tlpgud serious attack of pneumonia.
Shuttleworth and Burkett will repeat
their race, thin ttme at the Buckeye rink.
Dr. S. Q. Steere sprained his hip and is
eompellt>dto~beone of his own patients.
i Eev. M. V. Morris, of Clarksburg,
f prescbed at the Second M. E. church yes
The nail workswill be at work again
1 this week. The uteel works has been
i running right along.
' The High School will have.an enter
tainmcnt Friday. The schools will'bk
i closed two weeks after that
; The coal miners here are on short time,
[ on account of tho frozen river and stop1
page of the factories, bat they are not
altogetliei idle.
The First Presbyterian church was open
as usual yesterday. It lias been painted
" with delicate tints of alabastlne and re3
carpeted throughout.
SpanglerPostG. A. It. will baveabene1
fit at the Elyaian rink early next month.
> TIib money will go towards the celebra"
tion of Decoration Day.
? Mrs. Walker did not arrive until a late
It hour Saturday, but hurried to the 8econd
1 Presbyterian church in time to give an
interesting address on Mormonism.
I' The public library at the Fourth ward
? school building js now open again, and a
hundred well selected'books have been
' added to the already good library. The
l janitor, Mr. Grow, has been made librarian
" also.
Bellaire nowapearato have the skating
: erase aa bad as any other town. The PenI
bain eoifibinatlon drew a large crowd to
; the Elysian rink and they gave tiie greatj
estsatisfaction. Miss Mtnne Parrott, the
? leoiHnj akater, led the grand march with
s Tiie blast furnace, steel works and nail
.. works are running full. The planing mill
is very busy. The bottle works is run?
ning steadily ail the time. The window
J glass houses still running are probably
ahnnt. tn slnn Tim ntlmr olana hnilHPR
J continue to ship small lots of their wares,
but have all nearly exhausted their stocks,
i- The delegates of both parties have been
t appointed for tbe Democratic conventions
next Friday evening and the Republican
, onSaturduy. The result of the conven,
tions cannot lie foretold. For Councilmen
the Republicans have nominated Joseph
" Bates, George Kellflr, W. D. Jones, Hermaun
ltoemer and George Harper. These
[; are opposed by the following Democrats:
; John Henderson, Thomas Shelly, Fred
' Meeker, George S. Jennings and James
McGraw. The Republicans have a fighting
chance to elect all the Councilmen,the
i Second ward included; for several splits
J are easily accounted for in tbat Deino1
cratic stronghold, and the Belmont street
S opening will win to Mr. Kellar's side all
J who aru in favor of that improvement,
a ...
t a lluck From the Dsu),
> Fheeport, 0, March 22.?Benjamin
[ Foreythe, aged sixteen, died apparently
L last Thursday and was prepared for burial.
1 He preserved a lifelike appearance and at
the grave yesterday xto satisfy his mother
' thecoffln wasopened. A slight moisture at>
tracted attention and the body was re!
moved to a house near by, whereafter sev1
eral hours incessant labor, the boy was re.
i stored to consciousness and will now, it is
. believed, reoover.
llallllnore A Ohlu.
1 Special excursions to Pittsburgh every
. Sunday. Round trip rate $150. Train
, leaves the Baltimore it Ohio depot At Si25
A. 11., city time. Returning leaves Tiltsblinrh
4t S :0ji p.city time. Ticfcetagood
for this day only.
8ari,.'ii'. o7T
GKmt 'un! Chaplino s(r?t linlf to
I |
A Itenmrknble Knc apr.
Mrs. Mary A. Dalley, of Tunkhannock,
Pa., was afflicted for six years with Abui
mn and Bronchitis, (luring which time the
best physicians could give no relief. Her
life \yas despaired of, until iif hut < >ctol|eH
lilie prQCBfed a |:p(tle of Pr, KinS'o. New
Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its use' for a short
time, she was completely cured, gaining
, in flesh 60 lbs. in a few months.
Ten-cent trial bottles of (his certain cure
Mwrtw ' "
Don't Die In the House.
"Rough on Rats" clears out rats, mice,
rojehea, bed-bugs, flies, ants, moles, chipmunks,
gophers. Iftfi.
Hon. Judoi J. SI. Coppinbuby, Cleveland,
0., says: "I have used scores of pile
cures, and it affords me pleasure to say
that 1 have never found anything which
gives ouch immediate and permanent reft
Hf't ,'|lpA%t'
monk" Wholeeale Agentp: Logan 4 Co.,
Wheeling, W. Vft,, J. 0. Dent A Co.
Bridgeport, Ohio. daw
Theito Are Solid Facta.
Tlio best blood purifier anil system regulator
oyer Biased within tho reach of
puifering humanity, triily i? Elcufric BiU
tore. Inactivity of the Elver, Biliousness,
Jaundice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys,
or any disease of the urinary arcana, or
whoever requires an appellor, tanfc or
mild Htimulant, will always Unit Kleotrlo
Bitters the best anil only certain euro
Jtnown. They act surely and quickly,
eyery.bottle guaranteed to give entire satisfaction
or money refunded. Hold At fifty
cents a bottle by Logan 4 Co. uvrviw
The Fentarei of the Money anil Mtoelc Mar*
flew Yobs, March 21.-Money easy atlolX I*r*
pent, dtfngat ImmrI. Prime mercantile paper
SBnsHi Ss si
Uuv ehnmbnth?quii'tjutiil firm, tho IK percent!
phoning advance o(>i peroeut lu tlio price bid.
eiegpt a few ipccnlatlro
J rJco thU afternoon wero geuuNily firmer.
State SKcuumw-qnlot anil generally strong.
Btopiw?The m?rkct w? aptlvo, feyerUli and Is
regular to-flay and for tome *tock? very weak.
rncoi mi me opening snoweu only aiikiit cqaug< *
from the closing quotations of last evening, excep
for PuiQO ftciue, which sold at lint at a OccUuu u
M?}1, while the remainder of the list oontinutf
flrm throqghout (he forenqcn. The bull* In uiu
genera) market claim and the
Pwjfle rajlroods yrttt amraM wfiHpq In the mar.
kef somewhat similar to that which has existed for
onto time between New York Central and Wcs
Shore, and that at lout Plelflo MallwM probawj
broakawvlwn f he rwt tiMUp lilt \
|u the afternoon the market wm lea active hut
Irregular: Union fkclHp touched ilwjoro qoon
emm closed with a lo>n|of % (percent. It is stated
aqfiiTort Jc being made tv secqre the, consent
mux iBrars&i pS
leader of tho bull party in Uckawanna, bought
trajhoqsqnd shares (q qne block, seller sixty days
wotannd hid foraqrwiof m,ooj sham more
atthofetqoprtpc. Wesi&ru Uqlqp, while remain*
lug comparatively quiet, was also weak, selling
frpmM?to?& buiclpM oq a rally qpchaugei!'
at The market eioted oxoltcd and weak at
prices somewhat bett-r than the lowest of the day,
Comparing prices tills cvenlug with closing quo.
tatfonspf onoweek ??". the only active stooicon
WD.M Which show* enir gain ta Missouri Itciflc,
Western Union >8,.Chicago, Ilurlingfon A qu|n?r
p?Sw& ajf S?ft3oti?S j
shares, an Increase over last week of mOOOshut*. ,
Transactions fifl.OOOibareiu 1
monQran?' W asked;Union .
f-vfeyl;1' " V. * V' ?.'*
MissouriPacific. 89K: Nashville A Chattanoow,
39; New Jersey Central, 35&: Northern Pacific, 17%;
Ohio A Mississippi. 18; do preferred. 75: Pacuo
71; do preferred. 103}?; Texas Pacific. 11#: Onion
Pacific, 41J4: United States torn 51; wijt L. &
. Bmditiifia andProvlalona*
ttzw.You, March 2L?Flour doll; receipts
25,000 barrels; exports 2,200 barrels; superfine
State; and'western t2 63as 10: common to good
tS00a84O:8L Louis $3 OQaS 25. 'Wheat, spot lots
declined k?Mo and orUoos HaHo, elating at the
Inside rata and rnllngsteadr; receipts 39,000 bosh*
els; expor* 32,000 bushels: No. 2 spring 88Hc: No. '
2nd ApriLsales 18,000bushels at closing
at ttXe; Mar. sales 1?101,000 bushels at yjKa
'joko, closing atnuo; June, talcs 860,000 bushels
atvi%a9i;?c, closing at yiijc: July, sales 80,000
bushels st 92Xa92H?* closing at Wife; August,
salas 72,000 bushels at 9SaS3Me,eloslogat SSoJseptember,
sales 16,000 bushels at M^sMMc, closing
at Mtfc. Corn, spot grades declined Up and op*
tlonsHaMc, closing steady; receipts IM.000 bush*
els; exports 88,000 bushels; ungraded 48xa50o: No.
8,49){a49)4c: ungradtd whiteSl&o;graded yellow
MKa'GKe; No. 2 March 49&49KC, dosing at 4W?c;
April 4fc5?a49jic. eloaiog at 49%o May
yloffng at' " June li>5%a20>(c, closing
at 50c: July 61a51}<c, closing at 61c. Oats
KaWc lower; receipts 115.0a) bushels: exports
1,000 bushels; western mixed 37a3SKc; white west*
era mixed 87a88j4o; white western 38a41e. Hay
quiet and barely steady. Hops nominally uuchauged.
Codec, spot fair;, Klo dull; options
quiet and slightly lower; sales 15,000 bags; March
and April 7J5a7JOe:May 7.2Sa7.30e;Junn7.40e7.45o:
July 7.500: August 7.5Se7.60c: September 7.65a7.70c.
Sugar nomlually unchanged. Molasses easy; 50
KJco steadily held. Tallow dull and
heavy. Jtaiin firm. Turpcutlno firm at 82c. Pork
dull an&lowerut 818 00. Beef sioady. Cut meats
nominally unchanged. Lard dull and weak? contract
grade-spot 7.l2Xe: March 7.08or Aoril 7.10o:
May 7.n5a7.17ko: June 7.23a7.24c; July 7J0a7Jlc:
August 7 87a7.3Sc. Butter dull aud heavy. Cheese
quiet and unchanged.
CtacixK). Ills.. March 21.?Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat in falrdcnuiud and Weaker under
heavy offerings; the market declinedftc, rallied
MaHc, fluctuated and (losed %ouuder yesterday: .
crop reports continue bad,"but largo stocks and
light export movement were assigned as the cause
it74e-^pS^Ke7io*do*d.at Ma?
7aa7i?Jfic, closed at 79afo)<c: Juno 8la8iKo. e|oaeaat
siofNa 2red 77a77#;No.8red7ltfc. Corn quiet
and easier* closed Xo lower; cash 87&a39ftc; M?reh
37%a87&c. dosed at 87Mb; April 8TCa37Hc. closed :
cash 27Ka3(^c; April 2tf*e28X. closed at 27Ka2S*; .
May 8lua3lKo. .closed at 8l%p. Rye firmer at 83c.
Barley dull and nominal at (Sc. Flaxseed quiet at
81 14%. Pork, demand active aud irregular;
prices declined lOalSc, rallied fialOo; receded and
closed at inside figures; cash aud April $11 06a
11 07W: May $11 ?Kal2 10, closed at 811 85a
11 one' Lard quiet at 2Ka5c lower: cash 6.75o;
March and April 6.75aii.77%c; May &82Ka8.87Mo,
closed at t) ?2J4aC.8!kj; Juno fl.yj^ao.'jfc. Bulk
meaulu falrdomand and easier i shuuldtn 4.50a
. a.mnt hftpj rib a.Q0o; Shfltt oWr fl-45a&Mft. Rut. '
ter gulet aud unchanged. Ete* Heady at H^alfic.
Whisky steady and unchanged at fX 16.
Philadklfiiia, Pi., March 21.?Flour, demand
very light., Wheat &c lower and. weak; No. I
Feiinsylranla red ?3>3>: No a red March KaWVfn:
April m&m May.MHaSSJtc; June WXa90Ko.
Com declined xc; ear lou very quiet: No. 3 yel.
low48Hc; No. 2yctlow fiOo; No. 2 mixed March49a
wjic; April and May 4t%a49c; Juuu 49a4?&c. Oats, I
demand for car lot* light and price weaker; reject- I
ed white 34Ka85e; No. 3 white 303; No. 2 white 3Ga I
87a liuttor dull and easy: creamcry extras 24a
2V>; Now York and ltradford county, 1*., ext'as 2 ta
25c; rolls 8#i9c. Cheoie quiet aud easy: Ohio fair
to prime 8%all){o. K?fs steady; extras lflalSJfc. i:
Cincinnati, O., March 2L?Flour steady and ?
unchanged. Wheat In moderate demand; No. 2
rcd85as<lc: receipts 8 sgo bushels: shipments 1,500
bushels, porn unsettled and lower; mo. 2 mixed
45c. Oata easier at 84c. Bye dull at 63c. liarley ,
steady and uuohanged. Fork dull at $12 50a12 75. tl
Lard dull at 6 90c. Bulk meats aud bacou steady &
and unchanged. Whisky dull and unchanged at *
$118; no sales. Butter easier; northwestern extra p
creamery 30a32c; fanoy dairy 20c. Eggs In good demand
aud prices a shade higher at 18c. Cheese
dull and unchanged. 2
Baltimore, Mo.. March 21.?Floor steady and dull.
Wheat, western lower, oloslngdull; No. 2
winter redipotSSteSdeiircsb AprUWJfaSOJic; May
8?Ka8i%c: JunelN%a99c; August 9Juv%c. Corn, .
western steady and quiet: mixed spot 48Ka48Hc: .
Toueqo, 0., March 21.-Wheat dull; No. 2 red
April fake; May TOtfc; June 81c bid. Corn aud
outs, notoinjr doing aud .no quotations, Clover- _
seed quiet at 94 W. I
Live Btook.
CmtUOO, March 21-The Drovtn' Journal w- o
porta: Live hogs: Becelpts 11,000 head: shipments a
7.000 head! market slow and weak at Friday's de- u
clitic; rough packing Si 85a4 CO: packing aud
Wiping 84G0a4tf; light $l30e4 75; skips 8880a
4 83.. Cattle?Receipts Q.OOOhead; shipments 12,000
head: market active aud stronger; i.Ujo to 1.2C0
Ibs$l70a5 SO; 1,800 to 1,400 lba, 8540*5 70; extra
T? 70a5 90. Sheep-Receipts 1,500 head; shipments
1,000 .head: market 9teady: Inferior to medium
Si 75a3 75; good to choice SI 00*500,
Em LibkhtYi PiVi March 21.-Cattle, market T
nqthlllg.dulnif! through consignments; receipts
Ol? head; ahlpmenta 133 head. Hogs, market slow;
receipts 4,5"U head; ahlpmenta 2,100 h?wj; Phil'
adeh.illas 35 15a5 25; Yorkers SI 75a4 80. Sheep,
market fair at unchanged prices; receipt* 4,200 n
head: ahlpmenta ) 800 bead, Shipments of hoes
tq Npw york Khdoy, lTcar loads; Blears olcatflo _
were snipped to Wew York to-day.
CqipWHaTL . March 21,?Uve hogs' qn|et; com*
mpn And light S3 7ty4 8&; packing and butchers
84 43a5 00; reculpta 1 ,2QJ head; ahlpmenta 142 head. *"*
Uuu. Vniti- . V. Ol -I'l... l_ 1 1
. iwnn,- uittivu *i."?uo uuwuivuui ifinr&vi
was quiet ana without nay special feature to-day.
Trading until late in the day hud bwu aocom- I
panled by a disposition to gradually tlud lower I
QiL Cjtt, Pi., March 21.?Nattoual transit certiflcatut
opened at 8C%c: highest 81c: lowest 80o;
closed at 80J?c; vales l.GfiO.OOO barrels; clearances
^.Wbarrali: ruM>4;,Wl barrels; shipments
1213 barrels; charters W,3l 7 barrels,
1 . BpApfOgp, Pa,, ftfrreh 41,?National. transit cer*
tttcftM cloned at 81c; highest
ale; lowest Tv'^c. Runa 47.ni barrels; total ship
menpi 3<,270 barrels; charters 60,347 barrels; dear*
ances 6,38U,OOQ barrels. '
j P|r?Ul'huii, Pa., March 21.?QU was devoid of I
lnteresttngaeaturas to-duy, Trading was dull and ?
pr^steady; market opened weak at SOJfic.decllued I
to 80c, and then recovered and dosed Arm at 81c.
fiSjf blSm ' ^ 88 barrels; charters
NctVosk, March 9U?Petroleum firm; United _
Ilcirufluwl TJiftHo, S
Dry Oooda.
N*w York. March 21.?With tho Jobbing trade t
the week clcwwwlth a very good volume of bu?iUt*s
having been completed, though tho very cold
weather that has provallod bukept back many
buyers, with agents the demand has !>een very
uneven, ftttd.;forw/rdhiBs are very largely in reabuuM)
to order*, still the sales are much larger
thou apparent (rum tho face of the market.
r Cotton.
New York, March 21.?Cotton dull and steady:
futures dull and steady; March llJWc: April r
ll.aic; May11,43c; Jnno li.f>lo: July lL82c; AujjuMt ft
ll.ii'Jo; September 11.31c; October lO.ttlc; November
iaetc;Docwibwmte. a
Ngw YonK, March 31.?Wool dull and weak; do- or
ineaUolleeeo22a37c; Texas I4al8c. &
Ifc-L. H. O. T.
Excoralon Tlokota to New Orleans*
Cheap excursion tickets are now on sale
via the direct and popular Fan Handle
route, for - tickets and fnll information :t
call on or address J. 6. Tomlinson, Agent, u
fnnt, of F.liwimt.h Htwl. WhAAllnp. W. V*. <s
galUnflgomtUt. P
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Absolutely Pure. JJ
Thu Powder new Yvta. x nvnl ol potitj,
itrengtb mul whoi(wunentsi. More ocononUotl
hurt* o&nurkSdTaS cannot be told Id
ompeUUou wiUitbo multitude of low tod, ihort
s&r an
W*1l Olw.? J??r? nrV.
(Scnentl JfrtttcM. Y<
Li Krn?liPitt,Tmenl ana *utoj;: (Ire; ?> .
jug. f0,
Uut 1 hare t*?n eoniillaicd br l.ouh Bill hli _
SssmSJSSm! n
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V- ?vK 18
falling Jowflte.
Bfiad* dTMllMd M ?WBUlj put
quirwl toMuet UMpraMoo* ot ?mmonl*. w,>
m humhruum im HEVtn in) wman
ttjaE^sSfiEsr ???*
if Price's SuBcialFlaToriiig EMS
Dr. Prioi's Lupulln Yeast Gini
Wednesday, Match 25th.
fill Yenr or^he Plieuomeiiiil SucceaJ
Klllott Barnes' Greatat American Puy,
Farmer's Daughter!
Ai played over ?03 nl#h'j in New York Cltr, For
bU production a special enpgumuit liu Urn
Acted with
Miss Lillian He wis,
be moat attractive American Star, luppnjied t1183
ESI'dKK LYOV. (by kind nmU-lon3
iadlaon Bquaro Theatre) and a competent canany.
PRICKS, 25, 60 AND 75 CBNT8.
Bale of icatiat P. W. IJiumer't, Mondij.Vuch
i Bra
Bcw .Aclucrtlscmcnts.
west; rink.
Monilay Krening, March S3,
Tbla promise, to be one of the tn?t *icuilcin:
tttertainlug evenu o( the aoaion. u one hosdtti
nd fifty young gentlemen have ?iKuiflcd their i?
sntion of Uking part %
Flnt Ever Given in Wheeling
First Prize?Handlomo 8cnrf Pin.
fiecond Fjlxe?'Two Dollar*' Worth of Oocm
proaaoy ?& Lcwtor'g
SUr Combination of
llcycle and Holler Skating- Iintilil
gX. ?utman ft Co.
Roller Skates
A Pair of Elegant Roller
ikates given away with every
JOY'S SUIT bought at
BOYS' SUITS in all sizes
om 3 to 18 years of age, and
n elegant pair of Roller Skates
iven away with every Suit at
BOYS' SUITS in every qualy
from a Strong Knockabout
uit to the Finest made, and a
air of elegant Roller Skates
iven away with every suit at
M. nilTMAN & CD'S,
Ill ?fV B III.... w
These Suits will be sold at I
uch lower prices than they can I
3 had elsewhere, and a pair I
elfgant Roller Skates will be I
ven away with every suit at I
Boys, we have the Roller I
kates in all sizes, and we have I
e Suits in all sizes, prices and I
jalities, and we want you to I
.11 and get a Suit, and recol- I
ct that with every Suit we sell I
a give away an elegant pair ol I
oiler Skates,
Call soon and see the finest I
id largest stock of BO^ I
LOTHING between Ne* I
ark and Chicago, and get a I
ir of elegant Roller Skates I
r nothing.
IGrinu&GL I

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