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> V 1JEH, at ZMI Market street. Enquire at
I tflU office. ]?fl
I \if AftlTPd UPN ?eJl our Oooda la Ohio
I fiAnlLU mCn aail adjoining countlea.
u'"i rvir flood Hilary and all cxpen** Write for
I urmo i:i<l iui? aalary ranted. HI/)an <t (XJ.
I jfannlactarera, (ioorge itreet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
If ol aalta New BuMnwa. Salary or oomI
mlMiori; ?Uta which pro/erred. Liberal InduceI
permanent employment Womanulacture
I ? now lluoof FirtrProot Hafoi at auch loir prices,
ncy rat*t with ready ?ale anion* Karmcrs, ProfMfln::al
and Buaintas Men orery where. blxe, 28x1 Hx
] incbc. KC pounda fi5 retail. Other tixea in
propDriloa. Write quick lor ageuey. AWISK
I o,\fh ', Cincinnati. Oblf). nolg-waa
I The Kamci, Bank and I'oatofllco address of all
/jaetjibcnio: inu i?m?
Seventh W. Va. Vol. In tan try.
fiec'r Boctelr fcvcnth W. V*. Vol. Infantry,
-j3 d*w Moundavlile, Manhtll Couutr, W. V*.
mmm nted
in evert county V> nil hii article which 1? India
pen** -If to every household, Commlvdon Large;
Ttrni Kwvi Quickly Made. An energetic,
ad reliable man w make 116 per dir.
Wut Eighth 8t, oirnor Depot Ht,
i!, .' Cjr.rlonaH. Ohio.
me Annual mectlnq of tho fitockboldoraof the
jRiut Fire hts 1 Mu-iao luitiranco Company, of i
i\ii*'cIIik, wlii L)3Ji?'.dat thbofliocof Iho Company i
I 0:1 Mo'.dar, January 1?HS, between the honra of
;??(] I o'clock p. hi., for tho olcctlon ol Dlrectora,
i tn4 lor Ui ; trutsActlo'i of any other biulucac that
may como bcfoio them,
JKH H. M. ^,'HMITT. 8fc'y.
Toeum'trl meeting of ihn atockholdon ol tho
Nfctloml Bwik of *'? ?t Virgin!* gt Wheeling, will
bo fc'ld*t tho 'nnkluic Hou*o on Tuesday, January
iu. 1888, betweoQ the hours of ono (1) and throo i
Hi (/clock p. in., for the olcctlon of Directors and |
ih.' trtUhWUOU ? ,
coiat! before tJ:cm.
yCiUr.i.ttf?. W. Va., IJic 23,18>7 deg
'j ho annual nice'lneof Iho Btockholden of the
Wjj.'dli Bflmont IJridgo Company will be held
Bt the cilice of tin.' ('ojn pany on Monday, the 9th
tUrol Jauunir. JM, between llic bourn of'J aud
o'clock i' v., for tnn election of nine managers
strrc duilnj the ensuing year.
dc-y ? Pfioretarr.
TKKSTH wtrcot; klx rooma, attic, natural
km. b.nh. Ac. Kii'iulro of Dr. J. ?i. IIDPP. Ja6
1 Fourteenth Btrect, natural gaa. Illuminating
K>? iiuil water. Apply to JOlltf BECK KIT. on
premfMt jaC
J? House, W3 Main sttcol, at preiont occupied
bv Mis. Henry Horkhciuier. i'cn>euIou given
April 1. App'y to )' . C'. JMLZKLD deifi
Ko. 1113 Chap lino street, formerly occupied by
In. Dlciey. 1'o-ouisluu given at once If do-ircd.
WM. t. Mcl'HAIL.
drf* ISM Market Htreot
Fott KENT.
From rll 1,1888, tht? two-story Brick IIou*o.
No. f?a Fourteenth ttret Han e!<ht rooms, bathroom,
ttuiahed attic, laundry, natural gai. hot mid
cold water, hoquiro ol Mrs. A. H. TODD, at Dr.
J. () Hupp'i. J aft
JjfOli KEN i",
For Iient, For Kent.
FOUR L?n.u Dwelling. modern Improvements
TAO ntorj Kcorn*. wlih dwullingi atttchod.
A number of Olllccr. and Lodging Koomi.
ik'veial email hou* h. Knt|uir? of
JiC H. i-OKBhj, lH2Cli?l>llno5tX?OK
No. 109 Fourteenth atrcit, 8 noma -... ...fct&O 00
No. I" Kifu-ttith itrect, 7 rooms '.' 0 (XJ
No. 2t'2i faupliue street, 6 jooma 200 00
No. '?M Foil sirn't, 6 room* 1M) 00
No. Main street, 5 rooms 160 00
No. llofi hotl Btrtwt, :i room*, 'id lloor 12000
.No. 1.'.' Povnilvoiitn utrett. 2 tw ui$. 2d lloor.. 72 00
Five Koom ilousaon South Wabash street.... 125 00
Apply to W. H MNKHAKT,
Jjo 1161 MurkttbtroQt.
Gwelling House 2318 Main Street.
l'oiawdon L'iv.-a April, 1, 18M. Apply to
ZA:*K A htalsaker,
j?5 Twelfth Stioet
T7()U UK XT.
The Btoro-room, No. A3 Twelfth streot, la Wa?h*
Ingtsu Hall building, now occuplcd by Wm. H.
fihclb. PosMMion given April 1,1888.
Secretary WaihlDK'.oa Hall AMociaUon,
jil I'M Main Street.
A New Threettory Bualawi Uoiuo, 100 feet deep,
to be ciected at 1067 Mala street. II leased now
tho renter's views could bo coa?alUHl regarding
pita of bulldlug to bo erected.
FOlt ^ AL1C.
1" jK)It SALE?HOU8B9 NO. 18 AND 20
' fey until street- Enquire on premliea. do!2
1 EiSQINfU-Ooe ?x24; ouo 8xM; two 8*22:
oue tiro 7x1'.!; three 6x12. Addreu, or call
on ?' U 11 a it K, VJl'J Koff utrcet. ja f*
Ohio county farm fou halefiWutod
about 1J miles ;from Wheeling and 2
mile* son i in ust of West liberty .containing l&o at re*
more or less. on which is * Bubstaotiftl Frame
Hnuv* hiiiI other onthuilOliiKS This Is one of the
tno?t valuable farms in the county and will Jjo sold
cheap itud on reasonable terms. For further information
call on or addrciui Joseph Harvey, ontho
prtmiH'x. or HIKAM YOUNG,
deij ixw Heal Estate Agent, Wheel tag. w- v*
X Splendid Residence with flvo acrea ol ground,
in Loathetwood, tho homo ol John P- Gilchrist.
h?i|. Two-story brick, modern dcaiga, beautiful
lawns and e;?<aut shrubbery, choice forest aao
fruit trees. The house is open for Inspection at
ai y ttmu. 1'osm sslon glvoa April 1. This la a rare
I. IRWIN, Agent, No. 24 Twelfth BL
Telephone. de3u
situated 2X mllci southwest of St Glalrtrllle,
containing 1NA acrod ot choice land, on wnlcn
thore U a good two-tiiory brick dwelling and a twostory
I mrne dwelling; bent barn in Belmont county,
hiAbU*. wagon kuedx. corn crios and all nece*
mry outbuilding*. An abaudanoo of fruit of all
kind*; three good applo orchards, a ?ood pear
orchard, plenty of water at all time*. Ihla I* one
ol the boat Mock (arms In Belmont county, anu
eau bo divided to mako two good farms. *Vlll be
told cbcap and on ca?y terms. Kor particulars
call on or add rata. K. T. HOW JILL,
ileal Katatfi and luauranco Agent,
or; I BatPQKroKT, 0.
Modem 7 Roomed uouse, 27 South York street,
uood 6 Roomed Brlcx Houio. corner Wood and
Thirty-eighth straeU. Fay as an investment.
a splendid Farm ucar Mt. PUasant, Ohio, eight
alic* from Whirling.
t-'even Roomed Houm on North Kront street; lot
six Koomed lloiuo on North York street.
building Loll.
Dwelliug Houses and Store Rooms for rent from
April L
. it) Real fstate Agent, laao Main Bt. _
[U) rwenty-ronr low in uuaweira auUitiuu
to ilie City ol Wheeling.
Hald lota arc bounded on the north by Twenty
ninth itreet, on the wut by Fillmore atroau on thf
<uuth by the llandlan Uomoatead. and on the weal
by Uia B A O. K. K. ? .
Their proximity to tbo a bore uamcd railroad
render* them excellent altoa lor manufacturing re
UblUhmcnu. ... ....
It not aoid In thirty days will be eold at public
For torma and further Information apply to
liOU Market Btreet.
mnis H. w. Oomor fbaplliw A Blit4v?th Bt? _
X County, tila'.e of Wwt Virginia:
In the matter of the probate ol a paper writing
purposing to be the lut will and teatamont of
Carl Uoratmatin, deceases!.
i h<? obioctof the petition filed In thla mat'er on
tue nth liny o( Dcccmbor, 1M7, u 10 tiara lamuitNi
to probate n paper wrltlnjr purporting to b? fna
lut will and icat?a?at of Curl Hoiataann, decca*4.
UsailoK d*t? the Slat d%r of Mar. 1847.
And it appearing from an aflldarlt filed with mo
In my onwthat Augusta Seeiftont and ? 8celhoi*;,
tier btuband. ?rc nou-rt?ldenU of the State
o\ *eat Virginia, nor found therein. It la onleied
tbat they do appear at my ofllco In the city o!
V*hMloi;, 1q t?o county and tttato aforraald, on
the autdiy of January, 1W8, at 10 o'clock a m.,
and do what U ncomary lo protect their lntercati
iu the tald matter. (PuDllahed (he tint Ume December
31, w,).
JMVM u & Kliom, Atujxnoyi. doll-a
Great remedf
T?TTT?mvr A TTfiHT
Lumbago, Backache, Headache,
Sore Throat, Swellings, Frostbites,
For Stablemen and Stockmen,
ThaOreateat Iieuiodjr Known for Bono
and Cattle Dlaeasea.
Chronic Caaea 40 Yeara* Stan dins Cared
Crippled Caaea Throw Away CruUheaj
Cured Permanently.
Chronlo Caaea At Once lieliered |
Cured Promptly.
Chronic Caaea Cnred Without Be lapse |
Mo Ileturn of Pain.
Chronlo Caaea Cured; No Palo In Many
Sold by Druggist* and Dealert vryvbtr*.
Thu Chin tos A. Voffeler Co., Ualto..Md.
Tho treatment of manythousands of cases
of thow chronlo weaknesses uud distressing
ailments nccuilar to females, ut. the Invalids
Sotel ana Surgical Instltuto, Ilutfulo, N. Y.,
i$ afforded a vast expcrlenca In nicely adapting
and thoroughly testing remedies for tUo
cure of woman's peculiar maladies.
Dr. Plorco'? ravorito Prescription
Is tho outgrowth, or result, of tk's great and
valuable oxperlenco. Thousands of tcstimiH
nlais, received from patients and from physlclans
who Uavo teatod It In t he mora ptwravotmi
mid obstinate cases which had bullied c
their skill, prove it to bo the most wonderful
remedy over devised for the relief und euro of
ftuffcrintr women. It is not recommended as a
" cure-all," but as a most perfect tJpeclllc for
woman's jKtoullnr nllments.
u powerful, Invigorating tonic,
It import etrviiKth to tho whole system,
and to tho womb and its appondfitrea |n
particular. For overworked, "worn-out,"
f* run-down," debilitated teachers, millincra,
dressmakers, seamstresses, "ehop-pirls," housekeepers,
nursmjr mothers, and feeblo women
generally. Or. Piercc'a Favorite Prescription
& tho greatest eurthlv boon, being uuttjualed
as an appetizing cordial and restorntlvo tonic.
Am a soothing and strengthening
nervine. "Favorite Prescription" to uuequaled
and is Invaluable in allaying ami subduing
nervous excitability, irritability, exhaustion,
prostration, hysteria, Himsms and
other distrwainff, nervous symptoma coinmonly
attendant upon functional and orgnuio
d'loose of tho womb. It induces rorrrshJng
jleop and relieves mental auxlety and do"Vr.
Pierce** Fftvorito prescription
Is n legitiinnto medicine, carol'iliy
compounded by nn experienced nnd skillful
physician, and adapted to woman's delicate
organization. It Is purely vogetablo iu fis
composition nnd perfectly harmless in its
effects in any condition or tho system, For
morning sickness, or nausea, from whatever
causo arising, weak stomach, Indigestion, dyspepsia
and kindred symptoms, its use, lu small
o jscs, will provo very Iwucflrlul.
"Favorlto Prescription" Ian positive
euro for tho most complicated nnd obstinate
cast's of leucorrhca, excessivo flowing,
painful menstruation, unnatural suppnusions,
prolansus, or falling of tho womb, weak back,
"fotnolo weakness," nntoversion, retroversion,
boarliiK-dowii sensations. chronic congestion,
inflammation aud ulceration of the womb, innomination,
pain and tondernfM in ovaries,
accompanied with " internal heat."
A* a regulator and promoter of functional
action, at that critlcul period of chunuQ
from girlhood to womanhood, "Favorite Pro.
acrlptlon " la a perfectly safe remedial auent,
end can produco only Rood results, it is
equally efficacious nnd vnluahlo in its effecta
when taken for those disorders and derangements
incident to that Inter aud most critical
period, known as " The Change of Life."
"tfavorlto Prescription." whentaken
In connection with tho use or Dr. Pierco's
Golden Medical Discovery, and small laxative
doses of Dr. Pierco's Purgative Pellets (Littlo
Liver Pills), cures Liver, Kidney and Bladder
diseases. Their combined uso also removes
blood taints, and abolishes cancerous and
gcrofulous humors from tho Byntem.
" Favorite k?rc*crlt?tiou? is the only
xncdlcine for women, sold by druggists, under
a noaitivo guarantee, from the manufacturers,
that it will irlvo satisfaction in every
case. or ronnoy will be refunded. This guarantee
has been printed on tho bottle-wrapper,
and faithfully carried out fqr many years,
I.nrgo bottloK n0O doses) $1.00, o* six
bottloM for 85.00.
For large, illustratod Treatise on Diseases of
Womeu ?1C0 page?, paner-coverod), send ten
(vtnta In fltarmia. .Address. /
World's Dispensary Medical Asmltiits,
602 umin St, BUFFALO, N. Y.
How a Dying Chili
Was Savsd!
Crcmo. IUkh.to* Co.. Im. Bcpt, 19,1B8XTho
following U * truo account of what your
now /our years old. Whoa 13 months old a
lump Appeared on her heel,which slowly grew
larger. Tho family physician thought It nu
caused by a piece of broken glass or needle,
but failed to bring anything to light. Tho
chllil bccamo feebler nil (ho limp, ?e.'in!ng to
loae tin' uts of Iter If,:. an3 finally quit waiting
entirely. Tho middle flnner ami thumb
of ettherhand )>ooamt> entargtol, tho flwh tocoming
hard. Tho hip Joints becamo Invoir.
*1, ao that when wrentcen mouths old ah*
could not stand, having Inst tho um) of I?g
and arm. Partial curvature of tho splno alio
followed Tho nervous ayitem waa wrecked,
nraac'.ra contracted, and iheto waa Renertl
waiting or fle?h and rousclo. At rtshtsea
months of ago alio waa placed under tho
treatment of a prominent physician of lloston,
Mass., but at (ho end of ten months she [
kad declined tosuchadegrcothatsho was In .
u A?tD<r condition. This was In AurSl, 1516 *
Wstock ?b>? child ?way not knowing what
to do. lu this .IrwadfuJ dilemma ? wrro
orer<pej*uadcd by friends to try "one boV
tls" of Kvrirr's Srtctrnu which \ro did, Mil
before It had all txwij taken we saw a chani#
for tho better tn her jmpvonu, We kept It
up, nod hnvo dons no to this d.iy. and will
keej? li up. If tho Lord will*, for innny days
to come, for It has lirotight o-ir dylns Ilaicl
tollfv. to vigor, to strength nnd health again.
ThoMtc.-; Jjuo of hor checks has changed to
rosy tint, tiuo |b\? to walk an>where,
her languor and" melaachul/ pass?d
away, euJ abo li now a Withe, cheerful, ha|r
j jr roniptag child. Should you wl?h to lt>erctui)
your testimonials of proof of the
ftrtuo of 8.8.8.. our qouim and whnt wo
bavoaatdU but a portion of vr hat WO OWS
you, should ><>i> wbh to um thou.
Kindly yuius,
Cut. T. Bwtnr. I
Okstbddk E. swift. '
P. 0. Box m,
TrmtUeon Wood and Ekln PUeaies matitd
_ frw,
Tut s vrtrrSrrctne Co., p rawer : ,At :nnta,Oa. !
SnffnrinBfmm theeffocts of youthfa! errors, tarty
decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, eto., I will
end a valuablo trnatUo (aealed) containing full
particular* for home cuw, F R E E of cbargf. A
splendid tnodlea\ work t should bo road by every
uau who Is fiervoua aud debilitated. Address,
ftoli F* C. FO'VLCB, Sfoodtis, Conn,
HMjll vl oTicWork* inUiaittvD. etu, aUOnss Mot*.
UU UIL'MIICU I" " W?tw?viw.; "" ? pUonoK?ph
baa boon a matter ot con- J
slderable teat during the last week. One "
ol Edison's assistants has revl from a^ook Wi
at tbe rate of 215 words a minnte, or fas- me
ter than moat last spoakers, without mat- A
in* an unintelligible mesa ol the result Do
The speed at whloh a meawge la given the On
?to SMtymtK ii
" ? jui
OfHcei Sat. 38andS7 Poortaanth Street. pf
/lar the JntdUgencer. Tfc
De cbeuln' war what we call* 'chantln'; att
Do moonihlne' on Tiller an' riU; to
?e K?la an* do bora war all marry O,
An* a-goln* a killu' down bill.
Mioses?A-Rom h khiu uowu urn an
De gala, Ac. Ml
Dey 'accnded dem hill-aide, like lightnin', dii
an'rolllokin'Jack hedbU Jill. re]
An4 dozeiii o* aleda went a b'llln* rv
Like a telegraph meaaage, down hill.
01 dla glidin' away in de moonihine! na
When bnabfnlea'Jack bez he Jill.? ufl
Jen' a moiilcd-up bundlw afore him, I7
An' a-tearlu llko tiatan, down hill, it i
01 dom arm*! theV a*cla?pln' dem-buudlct! nr
Oat tech o' red lips, wia a thrill! 1111
Ko wonder dar'aatcldeuU'currlu' ?C
To dem obeiakyeru a.ldln' down bill! thi
De s:ed what tuk "*rry an' Bu?an, ?*J
By accident, all* lerally c'reened; iai
An'Harry-he div iu eranow*dri(' Wfl
An' fiuaan went vtnd-wxr-ttnAl (nt
0*o. II. Taaoor. 101
7Ixu Churthtt, W. Va., Jan. ft. noi
- 60C
Edison'* Phonograph wml liell'a Olrnpho- yQj
phone to be Heady Next Week?A Con- gg,
clue Deacriptiou of the New Wondera.
Writing to ltecumo a Loat Aru
fcjxckU Currapondeiict of the JnitUiceneer. pin
Nkw Yokk, Jan. 5.?Within the next bet
lortnignt doiu me pnonoflrapn 01 air. r-aison
and the graphcphone of Mr. Bell, the JJ8
Inventor ol the telephone, will be before the
the public, And after many months of spec ret
alation and promisee npon the part of is?
these famous inventors, business men will
have the opportunity of deciding as to the /
valne of three extraordinary devices for is t
recording and reproducing human speech, till
or, for that matter, any other Bound. So nec
much has baen Quid in tho ecientiflu jour* one
aals cf what the phonograph is to do, that ing
I hav? made no loss than threo visits to oth
Mr. Edison's laboratory within the last the
lour days in order to test the phonograph UH
in every poeaible way. And I have ob* aga
Lained from competent judges who have bef
tested Mr. Bull's grapbophones in a cimi* qui
or f.vhbu at Washington, a clear account thii
A what that instrument doen, end in the
rrhat it differs from tho phonograph of do i
lidiaon. twe
ttrot, may I say one word as to the whl
:eally wonderful laboratory which Edison ont
jab built for himself within slttht of his mei
jome at Orange, New Jersey. The build* torn
ngsare mostly throe stories high, and met
:over very nearly an ?cre of ground. In sou:
hem ho keeps at work more than a hnn* list
Ired men who do nothing but carry out tun
lie suggestions for experiments which Coli
idieon wishes to make. The storehouses age,
n the laboratory are filled with every whi
naterial ihat iuay be of possible nse in mcc
inch experiments, and Edison's method of res;:
imaoeing this material is simplicity itself, whi
>ut rather costly, as tb? bills for it amount The
ilready to moro than $80,000. He put an for
iseistant to work on several large bookn as i
lpoa chemistry, phyeica and machinery, the
elling him to make a note of ovory ma* T
erial mentioned in those works, and when lish
h? iipia wrr? complete, containing some turz
1,000 different aubatanuea, ordeia wem sent thir
o New York, Paris, London and Berlin this
o be tilled. More than 400 cases, pari
weighing 1C0 ions, have been received in sold
he chemical and physical departments call;
done. Every kind of glass, of metal, of ropi
vood, of textile fabric, of stone, of clay, is wisl
o be had from tho storekeepers in the out
aboratory. Several times lu nio life Edi* fiiui
on has had to wait for weeks at very criti- to ti
:al moments for some material which the
inuld not be obtained in this coantry; by and
his marvelous collection he expects to N
>rovide against annoyances of this kind, rect
Phe i at oratories ate heated by steam, taili
ighted by clcotxicity and furnished with aeor
>ower, water, gas and every convenience in ^
mown to epicnco. No lees than twonty it a]
Xpert chemists are owployed as assistants, the
ind the csebier'a department of the labor* nen
ijorv looks like a banking hcusa. All this slov
raat establishment, which will cost Edison hew
tearly *half a million dollars, is need ex- cyli
ilnsively lor e*pe?ifc}p:iffl. and for nothing waa
.inn ' For
' In the old phonograph of 1870, the chief diaj
lifficultiea were the impossibility of mak- whi
ng an adequate impression upon the tin- erei
oil or wax oheot placod to reoeivo the ths
uarko of the needle-point carried by the in
'ibrating disphriigm; it was necessary to moi
hcut againat the diaphragm, and even ed e
hen the resulting eotinda were mostly pari
laricatures of the original. If a person troa
lappened to best what was said into the ing
ihonograph, it waa poeoible to distinguish be i
*hat came out of it, but scarcely other- abl]
wo. It ^
Tbe meehaniam of the uew phonograph eucl
:oneibta of a cylinder which revolves upon mai
taolf and also has a oiJo movement gov abl]
irnnd by a very fiuo thread, so that a fixed whi
tencil would trace upon the cylinder a It if
ipiral with the lines almost touching. The regi
notive power used in an electric motor do- can
rifled by ifJdiaon himself, a very poor motor app
iconomicilly considered, but one which T.
loea its present work of turning tbe cylin- oph
ler at an almost nominal coat and without thai
ioiae, which 13 the greateat tbina to oa \
>e Bought. The motor runs with four whi
sella 01 a simple battery, which can be re
1 .4 11. ..1 .1 .1. iu l.^ t~ e.
luncu ?ii iuu uuu ui uuuu muuiu iui *cno iu *
liac a dollar; with this jiower the phopo- epei
trflph will work lor lour or Uve hours talk
ivery day during the month. Upou the as r:
cylinder is placed a sheet ol sole substance ten
lomewhat reaembliug the wax need at cyli
imea with the old phonograph. The mal
eatures ot the net? improvements made thai
>y Edison within the last year In the uho- pap
lograph consists la a radical change in ing
he apparatus by which the vibrations ol can
. diaphragm under the sound ol the voice and
ire marked upou the cylinder, and also in dire
ho reproducing apparatus, th? two being pap
intlreiy distinct, whilo in the old phono- the
;reph the same device was used lor both to tl
>3rposes?to make the sound indentations trac
ind to reject thsc when the phonogram prei
ms repassed through the luaeuins. bet
The phonograms ol wax will be sold in lore
be ebupd ol small cylinders one and a ble.
[uarter inch iu diameter and Irom ono dell:
nch to to lour inches in length. The qne- The
nch phonograms will contain UOO words, yet
ir what is considered quite sufficient lor will
in ordinary business letter: they will cost it w
S cents a dozen. The fall-sized phonorams
ol lour inches In length will contain
rom S00 to 1,001) words, according to the d
ate ol speed ol the speaker, and will cost j)la<
ibout 3(1 cents a dczen. Of course there the
s no manipulation ol the apparatus wh
lececoary. It will occupy about the Uan
i i? i ?i? *i... ?_n_ rw
uurn ueccBOiirjr iui a \y\ja-nmvit tuv ism jg g
tolng in any closet or twder the table. pr[(
Che mover sill be boxed over, with noth- Goe
ng but the revolving cjllniier and month>iec?
in view. One tonch ol a little
iwitcli Bets the machine In motion. T
When the montbpiece is adjusted whc
o the cylinder and talking may begin; eaid
he same proceee la gone throngh when thoi
he maohlno ia to read. It will be aeen mai
liat the coat ol the phnnugrama It a great
leal more than that ol letter paper, but
>rovlsion ia mado (or tbe nae of the aame A
>honogram over again twelve tlmea if the anH
nessage which It containa are nut worth lng,
teeplng, A lUUe knife la attached to tho diac
nachine which takes a shaving off the rem
arfacu; this process may be repeated Oln
iwelve times. The boxes for mailing the woi
phonograms jrlll be ready at the aame thli
;ime with tho instrument, and resemble fer
the old-fashioned wood-tnrned pill boxes, dor;
Mr. Kdieoa hopes to get the government etrr
lo carry them at tbe same rate as letters, tha
rho phonograms lor the reproduction of aba
[jooia or long plecea of moaic will b? en- itch
tlrely different from the commercial paii
sites, and will measoro four laches in ?n<!
diameter by ten Inches In length; each pat
phonogram of thla alze will contain abont of
10,000 words, or perhaps more, and from con
teats mads laU is?k with "Nicholas ma
Nickleby," that book fill go into eight be<
cyllndora of this alze. J
The speed at which business letters can "
lonograph ol conree regulates the m
r ot word) which can be pat apon
rhe inatrament having been hastily
ited yeeterday morning in Ur. Edi*
Ivato room at the laboratory, I was u
go ont ol the room while Edison r
t nometbing to which I was to lis:
lis wu done, and a email earphone
ached to the instrument and ham
me npon coming bick into the ro<
ting to Edison's detlneea the ndj
ntof the instrument was notperf
d nothing bat a confused jural
anding like hall a dozen men in a wi
ipnte waa the result. The trouble'
nediod at once by an naeistant, and tl
llann'a nnl/la POmn narv olaiflv frrtm
one, reading off a list of geograpb
mcs, many of which I had naver he
fore, but which were perfectly distil
muBt also be noted that there was c
lorable noise in the laboratory at
ae, workmen being baay hammer
d sawing in the neighboring roomi
9 time. Perhaps ono word out of ev<
: or eight was not perfectly distil
gely owing to the noise. When t
s the case, it was only noceBsary
ich a spring in order to make tlie pi
Krapb go back ten words, 100 words,
) words at will* whon the sound bees
It has been said that the phonograp
co is about twice as loud as that c
Hi teiepuone. xea:oruay h Baeme
at deal more than that. Stand four f
ay from tho phono attached to 1
onograph, it was easy to tell when
;an to talk, and even to distingu
ae words. The quality of tho voice
> phonograph is far more character^
the voice of the speaker than that
11elnphone; in other respects it rati
embles the telephone voice, but thi
1 delightful abaenca of the usual bi
he telephone, due to induction alo
i most carious effect ot the phonogta
ho impression it Rives the listener
ting to another parson. When it
leeaary to make tne machine repo
i almost instinctively fools like apolog
/or the trouble to tho parson at t
er end of the line, and more than on
reporter was on the point of tayiii
ava tho kiudooss to say that ov
in." Tho notion that there is nothi
ore one but a macliino is hard to 1
re, and Edison's assistants say tho sat
ig. There is so littlo machinery abo
affair, and nothing for the operator
axcapt to listen, that the differences L
en operating tho old phonograp
ich was turned by hand, and the pu
machine which runs itself, are ti
jdoaB. Besides reading in an orains
9 of voice from a book, somo expe
its wore made in superimposing 0;
ad upon another. After reading a loi
of geographical names, Mr. Edist
led the machine back, and sang "Hi
nmbia," right over the previous mei
, Then he turned it back again, ai
-11 ~.j it Thn ?.!.
BUCU iBUtcg A/UUUIC. xuu kiij
isfiRO was given out by the phonograp
iitinic in a raosfcftqrions combination
oh oach part waa p'erieotly distini
i marvelous aplitade ol the machii
whiutling and musical sounds is qui
narked in the n?w instrument as
be phonograph factory boo been eata
od in Blocmfiald, N. J., and is oc
ling the instruments out at the rate
ty a day . should iho demand warrai
production can be doubled. The a
itns complete, batteries and all, will I
1 at m. Tho phonograms are prac
y indestructible, and may be made
jat their mefsago as many times as
bed. Yesterday a phonograph rei
a page of "Nicholas Nickloby" fift
times during tho afternoon in ord
cct the durability of the phonograt.
reading at the end was jastascle
distinct as the beginning.
0 Bell graphonhones have as yet bei
lived in New York, bnt from the d
3d acconnt of eoveral persons who ha
1 and toBtoi the finished instrumon
Vashinston during the last lortnigi
ppearo to differ hut very slightly fro
jthoncgraph of J^Ir. Edison. A perm
t metal rylinder io caused to revol'
fly In front of a vibrating diaphrag
ring a sharp needle ipolut. Upontt
ntler is placed a second cylindor of th
: which reeeivrs the,marks of the need
repeating what has been said, anotb
jhra&m, carrying a minute piece
ilobone, sis used. The chief d
ics batweon the phonograph ai
grapbophono is, that whi
the formpr flu electric mot
roi the cylinder at the frcscri
ipeed, in the latter the motion is ii
ted by a cerioo of wheels geared tc
dlo worked by the foot, as in the ce
machine. The instrument itself ct
nade for leai than $10, and will pro
r be Bold, table and all, for about}:
fill bo practically indestructible, ai
a improvements as are likely to
ie iu it in the near future will pro
i be in the lino of sound-smpltfiei
ch can be adjusted to any machin
i probable, also, that if somo mo
ll&r movement than that of the tread
be obtained, it can be added to tl
be official circular Issued by the Orap
one Company promises even mo
a Edison claims for his phonograp
witnessed in the following paragrap
oh I copy verbatim:
Each cylinder will contain from 1,0
1,000 words, according to the rate
?! }*- Thin will nnnhlA fch9 narnnn
; (nil reword oil on<> of thego cylinde
such matter &9 is oaually written i
or twelve sheets ot legal paper. T1
ndera will be told at a price which w
te their cost to tho user not more thi
: ot ordinary writing paper. New
er correspondents, instead ol prop;
their matter with the pi
dictato to the graphophoi
have tho matter telegraphi
ctly Irom the cylinder. The nan
er reporter can dictate his matter
tame way and turn his cylinders ov
be compositor, instead ol delaying
scribe the matter. The record can I
lerved and repeated as often as mi
lesired. As an aid in the teaching
ign languages it will prove in vain
It will enable one to prc-servo 1
nitely tho voice of friends and othei
price ol the graphophone has n
been definitely determined, bat
be sold at stioh a flgnrs as will pla
ithin the teach of all."
Philip G. Hu?kkt, Jb.
on't trifle with any Throat or Lm
iase. If you have a Congh or Cold, i
vh;ldrpn are threatened with Group i
ooplng Uougb, use Acker's ?nglif
isdy and prevent farther trouble,
positive enre, and we guarantee
? 10 and 60c. Logan & Co., 0. .
tie, 0. Menkemiller, B, B. Bart ai
rie Bros. 0
bare ia a restaurant waiter in Unco
i deserves to bo honored. A patri
to him yesterday: "Walter, para n
io molasses," and he replied, "Ho
I'll.. I I'Uail FllMt
Sure core found at last No one noi
Br. A sure ciire for the blind, blee
itching and ulcerated piles baa bei
overed by Dr. William (an Isdli
iedy,) called Dr. William's Indian Fi
tment. A single box has enred tl
at old ohronlc caaea of twenty-five ai
ty yeara' standing. No one need st
live minutes alter applying mm v.o
lal soothing medicine. Lotions, 1
imente ana electuaries do more bu
ngood. William's Indian Pile Qintme
orbs the tumors, alleys the Intern
dng, acts as ponltico, gives instant at
uIsbb reliel and Is prepared lor Pu
I nothing else. Thousands ol cor
ients attest its virtues, ci:d phycicla
all achools pronounce it the groan
trlbution to medicine ol the age.
Iters not how long or severely yon ha
in suffering, you can be cured.
Sdge Goons, Maysville, Ky., says:
Dr. William's Pile Ointment cured i
ir rears ol suflering."
uuge Coiiinbury, Cleveland, 0., sa;
I have luund by experience that 1
lliam's Indian Pile Ointment gives 1
dlate and permanent relief."
,Ve baro hundreds ol such testlmonls
not suffer an instant longer. Sold
iggiaU. ui
one The JTaatarea of the Moo*/ ana Btoo
, K*w Toix, Jan. 6.?Money on call euy at 4a5 p<
" oent, but loxn 4 per cent, closed offered at 4 jx
oent. Prime mercantile paper U1X per oen
Sterling exchange active and firm at X MX
Mn* 4 MX. Sale* of stocks were 166.627 aharea.
Jed V. 8.4a reg 12SH M. K. Ji T. gen. 6a-.. 71]
om. u. B. 4a coupon 125k Northern Pac. flnta.116
aat- 8. 4H* ri*- 10? H North.Pac.aecondaJ(#3
b.l U- 8.4?y oonpon 107>$ Northweat. oonsola~139
e.ct' Pacific 6's ol 119 N.W. debenturea,6aJ08$
ale, Loulalana stamp, 4a. 92 iUL.ii 8. tf. Oen.M.112!
irm Missouri Gs........ ICO St. Paul oorsoU -123}
Tt-an. 6a settlements. 97 8t. P.. C. A P. flnta.116
do fia.....^,...^..?l0O Tex. A Pac.l*nd gr*s. 47)
ben do la....~.............. 09 Tex. dk Pac. B. O. exthe
Central Pacific flrstaUSK tra coupona-.....^ 66)
I", D. 6 K. 0. flrata. 119# Union Pac. flnta 1129
lcaj D. <b B. Q. Weatflnta 78 West Shore..... .ICO
ard Erie seconds 97X
act. stock quotatiohs-cloud bid.
OQ- Adams Express J40 Northern Paclflc 22}
he American Kxprwfi...ic6?* do preferred 47
inc. (Jauada Southern-... 66% Chicago 61 N. vV ..108
1D? Central Pacific......... S2% do preferred ~...140>
3 at CheaapoakodiOhio.. 4 New York Central.
9rv do flrat preferred- 7 Ohio A MisalMlppU 24
.Ji do seconds 5 do preferred 70
ICt. / I' r. Jk I K1 I Vol II.. Mnll
hat Denver A ?. ti Pittsburgh .-iMV
to Kri? Wi Heading ? 65&
, !~ do preferred iiy? St L. A ri F. ? 85V
ao" Fort "Vayuo ....152 do preferred 71?k
Or Kansas <* Texas 28 doflnipr*ferred...ll8V
me Lake Erie * Wort.... 18 C. M. ? rtt Paul 7ft*
do preferred do preferred ..118k
,, Laketihore ?V Test* 4 P?citic- 2f?!>j
hfl Louisville & Nash.... W)b Union l'aclflo. 67J<
f o L . N. A. <k C.,.....~. 86 United dUtt* tlx 07
\ * Mt:in A Cbas b3 W ,fct. L- & P...-? 16^
a a Michigan Central..... 87 do preferred........ 28Ji
eet MltKouri Paclllu. Wells-Fareo Kx ^120
]1(. Nash. 4 Chut. 77 S Western union. 77
New Jerecv Central-70S
ish lSrendstaff* null Provisions,
i of Niw York, Jan- fi.?Flour, receipt* 29.519 pack.
jP ages: exports 1,836 barrels and 2,615 sacks; market
, steady; sales 23.000 barrels. Wheat, receipts 84,10C
01 bushels; exports none: sales 3,801.000 bushels oi
ier future* and 146,000 umbels ol spot; options closed
,.A linn; No. 2 sprlug nominal at Ui&o: ungraded red
No. I red M^e; No 2 red Januaiy 91ka
izz yij^c, olo*lu? at 9lHc; February 92%c; Marcn ittka
UK closing at U3%c; April tu la-ica'JlJic, dosing
at 94)?c; May i)iH*y>%c, olofciug at 96ko; June 96a
. 95^0. closing at ?5>Jo; December 97fta38J4c, dotpa
ingatto^c. Corn, receipts 49,&Q0bu*t>el?; exports
of 10,*03 oukhels; salos lw,ooo busneis of futures and
ta -16,000 bushels of spot; market %&%c lower, heavy
V* and dull;uugradea 69a63c: No. 2 January 62Xa6/%c,
at, cloilug at Mfysi- February 6<XaG2j$c, closing at
lz- GISc; May 62%tui3c, closing at 68a Oats, receipts
t 53,000 busDels; exports 10O 000 bushels; saks 1U5.uo
000 huahela of fututca and 'JO,000 bushels of spot;
ich market Jia^u lower and less active; mixed western
HI 38a40o; white do 40a46c. Hayateady. llopsdulland
* unchanged, Coffee, spot lair; Kio uomlnalat 18Xc;
tf options opened lower, closing struuger and active;
X sales 1<7.UW bugs; January in.0jalb.8du; February
lc- 14.Vbai5.00u; M*rch lt.7t.al5 OUc; April 14 60al4.90c;
May 14.66at485c; Juue 14.55a14.160; July 1415a
14,30c; August 18 65aia.90c; ck>oten.ber I3.45al3.70o;
Hit October U15at8.85o; November 18.10al2.80c. bugar
to stroug; fair roflnlug 5 516c; reflncd tlrm;_ extra 0
ohikh:. wuue exira u o>$c: yeiiow A CW;
*" standard A 6G?o; cuUoaj aud crushed 8c; gran*
, ultttoi 7%o. Molaws firm; 60 teat 23>ic. Klce
ja. uteady. 1 allow llrui aud (airly active. Roslu
bieady. Turpeutlue stronger ai 40c steady;
e* western ttiaffie. Forx dull. Cut meau btcauy.
ry Lord HalO poiuta lower aud fairly active; western
??. steam apot 7.87>?a7 9i){u; January 7.82a7 90c; Feb"
ruary 7.82a7,9Cc; Jlarch7.8va7.9ic! May 8.0?a8.11o;
Q0 Juuu 8.Wa8,i4o; July 8l2ab.l6o; city steam 7.7iu.
ne Butter steady; western liable. Cheese firmer,
)n western a^tq^c,
an Chicago, Jan. 6.?May wheat opened a shade
higher this moroiog at WJi0, aud advanced to 85o,
?* and iu the afteiuoou reacted to aud closed at 84)ic.
au Corn dull with little doing Provision* moderately
,]A active. Kiour quiet but firm. tvheat, ca>h Mo. 2
. 1 tyATiWa-, no. ttspriug to* toe: No. 2 red Mo;
bi Jauuary llfflrko,closingat 77tto; Febrqary 77J?a
in 7o%e. closi'ii^ at 7&0; March 78a<Uc, closing at7?o;
,t May clobiugatWJic. uoru.cakh No.2 49c;
? ' Jauuaryoftats^o, clo?iug at45Kc; Kooruary49&c;
B0 March 4'J^ic: May o?Jia54^, cloamgat tA%c, Oats,
te c?bh No. J. 8ifca31J4o; May W>?aMjfc, closing at
:n ;U%c. Rye,cash No.'2,62c. Barley, *<o. 2,7<Ja8ic. ifTaxaeun,No.l,8l41.
i'rluietlmothj?L'ed8^45. Mc?pork
814 8jal4 90; January #i4 90; February 814 Wfca
b- 15 07%, closing at 816 00; May 816 27>?ai6 60, closing
lttr at 816 37>?. i-ard. cash 7.CUa7.75c; January f Wo;
, February fcttkc; Marco 7.700; Maj 7.85a7.90c, dm,
of jug at 7.87/^c. tiucou, shoulders 6.10afl.l6o, 1
it, vvniaky, SI 10. ?u*aw. cut loal 7Jia8^o; graau-'
p. latql 7.16c; standard a 7c.
Uf. rutm>Mu,mA,.FA., Jan. 6.-Flour steady. Wheat
,. quiet; No. 2 red January WWaMH-io: February
tl- 9lJia?2c; March 93a93Xc; April OuW^c; Aiay
to o-i^aittc. Corn, spot tirm; bteainsr No :l higu
>. mixed 69c; do }eiluw 59!iu; No. 2 mixed 69 kp;
j futures dull; Ko. 2 mixed January 6U>?*59)?:
id February 69J$a60kc; Maj^h lOHafilc; April 6i)<
y- aCJc: May Oats, bjiot akhsdestiouger;
Rr wesitru rtjectod white 40>?a4lo; ungraded wfclte
01 42>{a43c; no. 2 white 4Ha44Ho; futures firm but
a; quiet; No. 2 white Jauuary 42aU>*o; February
cr March 42a t3c; April 44a43c. Hutior
liiva; taucy sooda scarce; crcauiery extra S2a38\s;
do llr?ta 28ab00; western factory iaa23c. i-gys
in suady; weileru lints 240.
le- (Jiacui?ATi, o., Jan. 0.?Flour steady. Wheat
C6 easier at89a90p; recelpU 2,80u bu&liels; shipment
1. 1,600 bushels. (Joru dull; No. 2 mixed 6/J4a63c.
1. OauOjiroLg; No. 2mixed 36c. iiyo quiet; No. 2.70o.
it, Hjrk tu.?ler at 816 60. Lard dun but lower at 7.60c,
u Mult uuats easier; short Mb be. liacon steady;
R. short clear 9o. vVbiaky. hrm; sales of 1,225 barrels
at 8106. Butter, sugar aud chtxso tirm. Kgga oaslor
?e ui 200.
;tn r01 jujo, O., Jau. 0 ?Wheat dull and weak; cash
tia SGkc; May 9(/%q; June Ul^jc. Com Lower; May
in <>w< OaU <lui?-t aud uuenauged.
le< Live Stock.
*r Cuicxbo, Jau. C.?The Drover't Journal reports:
Oi Cattle?KooeipUiG.LC0head; shlpmeuta 4,0u0 head;
if. market strong aud loal&o higuer; good steers
' , ii 0Ui,r? 16; ?u. kuiu aud fetter# CO; cowu,
Id bulls aud mixed 81 6oaa 00; bulk oua2 3o:
He Tex is steers tl 4uu3 0j. llogs-Ueceipts 4i,0uu
nr head; shipiuonu 9,000 head: market weax aud lOo
, lower; mixed |6 O0a6 4s; heavy 85 &M086; likht
l>* 81B0a6 86; skipa S3 2ia4 60. nheep-Kocelpu 4,600
q. head; khipmeuu 900 head; market dull aud steady;
. _ good to cuoicu natives 81 Ol'al 86; poor to fair |3VX>
' " u3 70; Western 83 76a4 76; Texaua 60a3 69; lambs
R-- 84 60a6 76.
an Katrr Ubkbtt, Jan. G.-Cattlo-Ueoelpta 228
}>- head; shipiueubi 171 head; market nothing doing;
tr all through coublgumeutii. HoKi-Uec61(>ta 3.3U)
Q' head; shipmeuu oc&d; mar Let lair; i'hiladclld
phias, $S ioao W; mixed 86 60a5 70; Yorkers 86 40a
be o !)U; common to fair 80 16a6( 85. tihoop^-Kccelptti |
h. . ' *' iw uww, uuuiut uria HI unchanged
{JixcmitATi, 0., Jan 6?Hosi weak: common
? iiud light ft UO*b J5; packing and butcher* So 35*
re & 70; receipt* 6,160 head; shipment* 1,'AW head.
Qa Citv. PA.,jan. 6 -Opened at U3^o; highest
KUfc; lowutii 'Sfyo; closed it 92U0; haIcm 1.3AI,h
OUJDarrol*: ck-arancos 3 35O,M)0 barrel*; runs 39,re
I"fcwrotas "hlpment* 101,677 barrels; charters24,b
366 band*.
l' _ PrmnoKAR, Pa., Jan. G.?Petroleum fairly ac
live aud Arm; opened at ?3c; etoaed at" 93c;
higbest m7/ko; lowest 9%c.
DO BaiorovD, Pa.. Jau.C.-0|>cne<l at 94V?o: cloand
0{ at 93c: highest W)ic; lowest u^o; clearances 3,
TnunviLLi, Pa., Jan. 6.?Opened it 93)^o; high18
cat i?^o; Uiwott stftfo: ciosod at 'Jiftc.
ill .
36 Wool.
ill Niw York, Jan, 6.?Wool quiet aud stoady: do_
mostlc lleece 26a87c; pulled wool 24a33c; Texas 9a
m 22a
U> Pence on Earth
jn Awaits that counties army of martyrs, whoio
36 ranks are couitantly recruited from the victims of
;d nervousness and netyous diseases. Tho price of
a* tho boon Is a systomatlo course of Hosteller's
in Stomach Bitten, the finest and most genial of
or tonic nervines, pursued with reasonable persistto
ence. Easier, pleaianter and safer this than to
38 swaih tno victualling department with pseudoly
tonics, alcoholic or the reverse, beef extracts,
0f nervo foods, nsrcotlcn, sedatives and poisons lu
? disguiso "tired Natures sireet restorer, balmy
n* bleep," la th*? providential recupcrant of weak
(l* fcrves. and this glorious inuichlse belug usually
>o ihtoonsiqueuceaof sound digestion andlncroiucd
J vigor, the great stomachic which lnmrea both li
9l productive also of re pom at the required Um?.
it Not unwfreshed awakous the Individual who uses
ce it, but vigorous, dear hesded and tranquil Use
tbo liltt. n>al?o in fovor aud ague, rheumatism,
kidney troubles, constipation and biliousness.
To the Ladlti,
... We have joat opened specially (or the
?* Holiday trade the most elegant line ol manr
cbineaever brought to tbiacltj. Wehave
j, the Standard and White Onlahed In Ua
it hoitany, uu, Antique vac, ash una unerIt
ry. Choice will be given to Holiday pur[{'
cbasera without additional coat. Bead
1(l oar "ad." in this paper.
Ed. L. Rcat <4 Co.
in At biciit always have Acker's Baby
)S Soother at hand. It is the only safe meuac
lclne yet made that will romove all infanlW
tile meordert. It contains no Opium or
Morphine, but gives the child natural eiue
from pain. Price 23 cents. Bold bv Logan
& Co., C. B. Qoelne, 0. Heukomiller, B
!(j B. Hurt and Boyl? Bros- 0
fa booth axu unoijj.
nl at bbdy usd prices,
B? For the next TFIIRTT d\y3, oa account of r??
ld moral to Bogon' Block.
" A. Gk wiosra HER,
J" dett 1007 MAIN HTREKT.
It ttSiUi ^ r* ?> uifcACy**?>>
va fins aJufift!! <?& :ucurcdBthomowltli
II riU fl|scrssw?
aia ,a? a M.W001.1-Kv. m.ul
a, W?<a?WBnciuaim.
ra: VUU lAn i-llNU PAPER
Jr. ?>n 61a lii rnt.iui'is i? ; tin-aorcnulnb JJuretu oj
v'l rni.Hrwf fur ilV'tl?tH" "I 1"*'-' f?M
t\ PRTNT/Nfl dmUt Ul imtllr.mnM (I
I IU umiirmr Jrt bui.
* Hav/e^yo a- delicate
qvB. subject to
< You Will pHo iH
1 Allen's
| Lung Balaam
A SAFE AnD 5C/??"
^ ^ J?^BottLE
brings it rvithin reach of-all
f{0)p}\El f*
"Wedohewbyoerttfythatwo ropenlM the arrangement*
for all tho Moutbly and Quarterly
Drawings of the Louiiiona State Lottery company,
and In porton manage and control the Drawinn
tbemaelyee, and that the samo are oondacted with
honesty, fairoew, and in good faith toward all
partloa, apd we authoriie the Company to uae thli
ctrtiticate, with (ac almllea ot out tignaturta attached,
In 1U advertljiomenU."
We the uudoraigued Banks and Bankers will pay
all Prlxca drawn in The Louiaiona State Lotteries
which may bo presented at onr counters.
J. U. OGLE8BY, Prea. Louisiana National Bank.
P1EKKK LANAUX, Prea. State National Bank.
A BALDWIN, J'rea. Now Orleans National Bank.
UAKL KOUN, Free. Union National Bank,
Louisiana Slate Lottery Company.
incorporated In IMS lor '& years by the Legislature
for Educational and Charltablo purport*, with
a capital of 3i,0OO,OUO?to which a reserve toad of
ovor 8550.000 has since boon added*
By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
wm mode a part of tho present State Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. 1)., 1879.
The only Lottery ovor voted on and endorsed bj
tho people ol any State.
11 never tcalea or poitpona.
Ita Onvnd Single Number Drawings take
place monthly, and tho Grand Quarterly Drawing*
ropxlarly even Vhiee month* (March, June,
September and December).
First Grand Drawing. Class A, In the
Academy of Music, New Orleans, Tuesday,
January 10,1888-418lli Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
sr-Nonca.?Tickets aro Ten Dollars only. Halves,
0. Fifths,**. Tenths, SI.
1 Capital Prise of 1160,000 JIM,000
1 Grand Priieol 50,900 60.001
x unum iiuv ui ai,wu
2 Lai go Prices of 10,000 20,000
4 Large PrltoH of 5,000 20.000
20 Prises Of 1,000.. 20.00C
60 Prises ol 680 26.00C
100 Frlxes of 800. 80.00C
200 PriK* of m. 40.00C
600 Prises ol W0. 66,000
ArPBoxiMATioB vm
100 Approximation Prlsea of 0UL.....?.. I30.00C
100 Approximation Prises of ML. 20,0tt
loo Approximation Prisea of loa .... lo.ooc
1000 Terminal 60 60,OPT
2lft Prises, amounting to .(536,000
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signed by the President of an Inuttuilon whose
chartered rights am recognised in tho highest
vwuiia, uioiuiuio, uvnug ui tuij uamuuui or
anonymous schemca.
S ouisiana State lottery Bo.
For tickets
3g fflTOr ? JB* Mh or further
I ESP) BR sara
TT~ rass
not been fortunate eUcwbere, try mo for a change.
VeallaalM* p*p*r- J AS* D. W1LS0X, CofUgton, Kj.
Br virtue of a deed of truit nude by George
Hubbard and Emma H Hubbard, <m wlfo, to me
a* truitec, dated December 4,18113, recorded to the
ofllco of the clerk of the County Court of Ohio
county. West Virginia, In Deed of Truit Book No.
30. page 472,1 will aell at the north door o! the
Court House of said oounty, on
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following
property, that is to asy:
Allot Lot numbered forty-two (Lot No. 42) In
Caldwell's Addition to the city of Wheeling in
aald oounty.
Tkbmi or 8at>-One-third and as much more ax
the purchaier may olect, to be paid In caab at the
time of sale, and tho balance In two equal installment*
at one and two years, with Interea' from
tbe day of aale, tho purchaser to glte notes for
the deterred payments and ths title to be retained
until payment is mado In full.
8. K. CRAWFORD, TruJtce.
J. C. Hervkt. Auctioneer. deM
By virtue sf a d*?1 of trust made by James b,
Fans and ittaB V'ftris, his wife, tome astruatec,
dated July lb. 1884. recorded In the offloo of the
Clerk of tne County Court of Ohio oounty, West
Virginia, In Deed of Truit Book No 23, page 68 I
will aell at the north front door of the Court House
of aald oounty, on
SATURDAY, the Slat DAY of JANUARY, 1888,
oommenrlngat 10 o'clock a, m., tlie fol'owlng described
proper;?, that li to uy: All that lot or
parcel ot grouud on Wheeling Inland known as
Lot Numbered Klghty-elght In 0 Zane's addition 1
to the city of Wheeling,Tn Oblo county, West Virginia,
together with tho Improvements increon.
the horealtameuta and appurtenanoes thereto be- }
l?e title la believed to bo good, but telling aa
trustee 1 wllloonvey only the title Tested In me by
saId deed of trtuL i
Tum op 8414-One-third and aa mnoh more aa
tbe purchaser electa to par In ouh on the day of
ale, the balance In two equal Instalments at one
end two veers, tbe purchaser to give notes bearing ^
interest from the day of tale for the deferred payments,
tbe title to be retained until payment la
mads in full,
W. J. W.OOWDKN, Trustee, |
W. H. Ha ma. Auctioneer. dell
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Election Notice.
At a meeting of the Board of Oommlalonen of
the oountT of Ohio, held on Thundajr, the 224 d*r
of Deoember, 1887, the following action wh hta
and the following Ordinance adopted:
Providing for a Tote ipon tbo Question
Of Habicrlbing $800,0001? the Cipittl
Slock of the Wheeling A Harrlabnrg
ltallwoj Company
of West Virginia. j
Whxxxas. The Wheeling & Harrisburg Railway
Company of Weft Vlrxlnlt hu requested s rote
to be ordered and money to be appropriated In aid
ol the construction of lu railroad In Ohio county,
lncludlnK a bridge across tlm Ohio river, at or near c
tbe head of Wheeling laland, and track* thereon
and tbo approaches thereto, and the terminal
track? and uclUties thereof, in the tald oounty. *
Including a tunnel through Wheeling Hill, and
within thullmlu of the city of Wheeling north of
Tenth atrect; and
WHsaiAi, Tho Board of Commissioners of tho
rountv of Ohio deem It desirable for the county to ?
appropriate money to aid In tbe oonjtrucllon of
such railroad bridge aero* the Ohio river, in laid M
oounty, and of a railroad crowing aald bridge, and /
the terminal and connecting tracks and fsciutlei I
of laid railroad. In said oounty, auoh approprla- >
tlon to be made by subscription to tbe capital ?
aiock of aald company; therefore, it la hereby
OxoniD. By the Board of Commladonexi of the ?
oounty of Ohio, that a vote be taken uoon the
Sueatfon of the appropriation br such aubacrlp- Lc
on. by aald county, of tbe sum of $800,000, to the Be
work ibore specified. Huch vote shall be taken at Mi
the several plaoes of voting In .said county, at a
apodal election which a hall be held on
Saturday, the 4th Day of February, '88. $
If snch vote-shall be in favor of such approprla- ?J
tlon, any subscription thereof by this Board, or its "
agent, shall be upon tho terms and oondltions following:
Thetaldiumof Thry* HundredTnouaand zr.
Dollars shall be subscribed to tfte capital stock ol
tho Wheeling <fc Harrlsburg Railway Company of
West Virginia, and such subscription shall be payable
ss follows: Fifty thousand dollars when at
least one hundred thouaand dollars shall have
been expended by the railway company In tne ?*
^n.lr.inlln,. nf ihn t.HHnn .?nro..M u,..l 111,,. MS
thousand doll*. ahall have been expended by the
railway company in the purchase and construction
of terminals as aforeuld In thooountrofohlo. The
aecond fifty tlioiuand dollara iball be paid when
two hundred thouaand Collar i aball have been ex*
ponded by tbe railway oompany In tbo colbuuotlon
of the said bridge, aud one hundred thousand ?
dollars shall have been expended by the railway
oompany In the purchase and couatructlon of tbe ?
terminals aforesaid In the county of Ohio. Tho
third fifty thousand dollars ahall be paid when Lee
three hundred thouaand dollara ahail hare been Pol
expended by the rail war company In tho oou* OIL
itructlon of the aald bridge, and one hundrod and Msj
EUty thousand dollars ahall have been expended Hai
by asld railway oompany In the purchase aud oon* Not
itructlon of the terminals aforesaid. Tho fourth
Ofty thou<and dollara ahall be paid when four Let
hundred thouaand dollars aball have boen expend* Kai
ed by the railway company In tho couatructlon of Mu
Iho aald bridge, and two hundrod thouaand dol- Par
Lartihall have been expended by said railway Wll
company In the purchase and oonatructlon of tbe Ht.;
terminals aforesaid. Tho remaining ono hundred Krl
thousand dollars shall bo paid when said bridge Slat
and tunnel shall have been completed, and when
i new railroad from tho bridge to Bowerston. In Noi
the state of Ohio, shall have been constructed Ola
ready for the passage of trains, or shall, in the Moi
judgment of tne Boaid of Commissioners, be no Hot
tar advanced In construction aa to practloally as* An
lure its completion, aud when tho sum of three
hundred thouaand dollars ahall have been ex- Arr
pended In tho purchase and oonatructlon of such Pitt
FaoviDKp, That If the couatructlon of the aald Hat
bridge and railroad from the said bridge to Bowers* Phi
ion.Oblo, shall not bo lu good faith comnieuoed Noi
within eight months from tho date of tbo maklngof 1
tucb subscription, If It be authorised, or being oom* Nei
noncod aball uot bo completed, and have care Ool
running over tbo said railroad aud brldgo Into tbo
county of Ohio and the city if* Whoellug, wlthlu Ghl
four yesrs from the dato of maklns such aubacrip* "T!
Jon, and such further time as may bo rendered rP:
looesaary by litigation which could not rcavonably VJ"
h avoided, then the said Board shsll be at liberty f. !
a withdraw as to any part of tho subscription of !{"J
hree hundred thouaand dollars which may not JiJJ!
lave become payable under the terms of this Ordl* U0?
isnco. and if ssid subiorlptiou be authorized, tbe
Aid railway compauy shall acceptor decline the laid
subscription within thirty da> s after the same '
say be otTcred by the Board or its agent But the
Board of Commissioners may, for ?ood cause shown,
jxtend the time for the commencement or com* IH
iletlon of the work. Tbe agreement of subscription
(hall stipulate on behalf of the Whirling
fc Harrisbutg Hallway Company of West Virginia, *
ind Us successors, that any and every rallroai ? ?
heretofore or hereafter coustrurtcd aball havo the ex?
right to connect lu tracks with the tracks of said *
railway compauy extending over said bridge and aw.
Lite approaches thereto, and to transport Its fains '
sversaid bridge aud approaches, upou psylng com
peusation there.'or, under aucb reasonable regula- Jf
tloui and on such reaaonabio terms as said ra'Tway ?e{
company shall prescribe: and that said railway at"
com pan v, or lu successors, shall transport all cars. *
)r freight and passengers, over aald brldico aud B
wersald terminal track* lu the city of Wheeling ??E
aud Benwood, (If aald terminalayatem la extended *
to tbe latter point.) and the charge for transport- na.J:
[ngany freight car upon or over said terminal ays* *
Km ahall not cxcced two dollars per car, and said mo
railway oompany ahall permit the aforesaid use of P-r
its tracks aud perform tbe aforesaid services for \
tuy and evory rail road now or hereafter built Into
ih* said city ol Wheeling, or Benwood, or Martln'a our
Kerry, without discrimination, elthor as to charges 1
for like privileges or servioe, or ss to tho manuor
jf Dorformink such service.
Phovideu, Said railway oomptny. or lli succesion,
shall not bo required to trawler auy freight "C
?ar upon or ovor its terminal system for any rail- d*1
road company which shall not pcrlorm a like s?r* ?*j
rtoe upon or over lu track In the city of Wheeling. 1
3r Benwood, or Msrtln'a Ferry, for tald railway
wmpany, or lUBUccwors, at a like char?-J for like * 1
icrviw. The Block to bo laauod under said sub- oui
icrlptlon shall, if the said Board of Commissioners 1
jleot, at the time of making the subscription, be
made a preferred atock. to the effect that ton per *
;ent of the net earnings of aaid railway company, dai
ifter paying operating expenses, maintenance, *
axes, Interest, and necessary improvements, ,UJ
ihall be applied tu the redemption and retire- *
sent of MUa slock at par. Tue said election
ihall bo held by the following named Com mis- f
doners, v?ho are hereby nppolntd lor that purpow, &' ?
iiatiito say: *
At the Hate Z/ouse?M. Edwards, Lewis Welt*ol,v P-*
rohn O. Kline. m ?
At fuUott-Thomai Myor, K. Ilamm, T. Uanna. ?*>
AUioun uiDiiuvti
41 Market i/oujc-Pntrlck Kennedy, Oocll A. Bob*
nson, John 11. Tappan, *At
the Island UouHoute-Q, W. B?|ga, J. A. Faria, V1.
Eiwood Hughea. A
At the Old Court Home-W. F. Petenon, John H.
111, H. J. Felber.
Court Jlmue-Chu. .Loefler, John H. Downi, cm
unci R, Ackcr. Uoj
Hate House?L. Delbrugge, Fred, Laue, J unci ^
iced, Sr. f
Hose Iloute-John Clark, John Welagerber, Bern tin
lard Kllevea. 1:15
note IIouMr-Jacob Uopatatter, Henry gchul*. t
Luguit Nolte. m
Adams' tchool House?J. 8. Uarvln, B. Marpole, F. 2
IcCulJy. ^
Leathcneood (School House)?U, W. Wood*, Platoff ~~
lane, J (Sainea.
Elm drove (Tmm Hall)?J. 8. Woods, John Halted,
W. T. Cnnrnbciu.
Tnadciphla (kiteton's)-J. N. Tbornburg, John m
lelfenbluu, Robert Armatroug ^
Wesley /tobiruon't-Jamea Oldham, John Robin* ^
UU, iUUi juvuuuu.
Wat LQxrty-8*muel Bell, Vincent Van Meter,
V. B. Curtla.
Potomac-luMi 8nedekcr, John C. FarU, Jamoa tw
loOammon. .mi
Valley Oiwe-W. 7. Whltham, Jamoa V. Cham* lv.?
?r?, T. T. Maxwell. 2J
Olefin't Run Moot Uoute?T. J, Garden, Charles
ItiKbCT, Hbcncicr Magott
tirkk &)wol House Eugene Bldgley, William
lltcboll, William North. Hr.
And the following pertona are appointed to canaii
the vote at the placea of votlug hereinafter
aentloned: 0
lion Bom-It. Kennedy, John Koch, Darld
Market llimu-K. L. Btone, K. B. Burt, Jamea P. Tj
faxwell. H
Jtiaud IIo?e Uhlh-L. o. Smith, Jamea Waller,
VllUaa M. Manh. OA!
Old Court flowe-Thomaa M. Kdlly, M. J. O'Kane, L. I
rhomu Jonea
Court Houtc?l'clcT Farrell, J. M. Ewlng^J. M.
liim jiowc?nuumm ouauugui, jouh i>ivui u
rr., James Fllan. til
Hon Ham-John V. Gavin, Robert Johnion,T. T
[V, Welucl. jL
Ho* Houte-Chuxltx Bchrotder, U, Dcvlne, Aurust
Miller. *
And the poll tball In other rcspecta be taken, Wl
rad the result shall bo certified aa directed by ???
Uon H, Chapter W, of the Code of Weal Virginia nn
1 he ballou u?ed In taking the uld poll shall have
written or printed thereou the wotda, "Bubacrlplion,"
or Ho Subscription." or an? other words
that will show how the Toter intended to rote on
ihoqumion propoeed The order ball be published
sa required br law, and shall also be pubIked
In the following newspapers published In
isld county: In the Daily KeaUirr. Daily Ixtmjj- J
OZXCKR. Wat VlrainUeht tOaau Zdluttu, and AM 3
Leiur: abo In ine Weekly Regular and-Wuuuv T
Ork of the Board of CommlMloncra of Ohio a
County, de38 oa
For the Bath, Tollot and Laundry.
Snow Whito nnd Abaoluloly Pure.
Ubl? Uklng effect SUNDAY. DEC. 18,1887.
Mnntr^r train inll run M follow*?<^ontml time:
=& NO. i. Ho. 5 Ho. t Ho. l.
p.m. a.m. a. m.
a-Wheeim*-..? f:?J * %.
5* 8S ?&
?Sten= = j? ||S |$
itarirllle. ? -? 5'^
"i?^,Vp-M*um ? t;? 5;" S?S
llllftmitown,opp.M?x't? ?;g J*j j{|JJ
rkcnburg - . ?-16 p in.
Hftvilla. - ? 3-60 12 03
SSSterr::~.i:r ? ? **
Toiuwood 4:<0 ?H
T?m*wowi? " 6:88 . 5;20 1:40
w 7:00 5:43 2*5
jttord 7ZZ.. 7:05 5:4* 2:10
ondty.opp.i'omeroy 7:15 ....~~ 6:57 2:18
fton, oop. Mlddleport. 7;? J:03 2;24
rive Polut Plcaoaut SK?0.40 8 00
K. AO. Junction- .??*.. C.4S 3.C5
? OalUpolU ~~
' CliatlMtou-. a.
n White Bnlphnr.. - 6-(0
?- no, 6 No. 4. So. i. so. n
a. m a^m, a. m
w v. 4uuiuuu. o;*a
nt Pleasant*. ... 10:60 6:16 a 50
[ton ....... ? 11:9- G:.V 4
ton City, opp. Pomeroj 11 :H5 fl:.V i-m
rUord..... U:4' 7:03 4:AT
w Htyen h:<7 7:0b 4:52
art ........ ^2:10 7:? 5:30
renawood-*...^........^......... U:b!> h:10 C:C5
rr*ysvllle~ ... ......... 1:30 8:it? ..._
koraburg 6:86 V:45 0:46....^,
Uamstowu,opp.Mar'ta 7-.1G R-.ac IQ-.vfi ?INMN
Mary's.....^.... 7:55 4:W 11
ondly, opp. Mfttam'ras b;2i 4:r>-' 11:^.....^.
8:35 6:(6 ll:lh...?^.
<t MftrUn*ville....~~~. 9:00 6:30 l'2:l?
rlni'ton.. 0-80 6:55 12:35
andflvtlle........ I0:t0 6 35 1:15
iwood. opp. Bollalro... 10:30 6:6r) 1:35
ivo-Wheeling 10:46 7:15 1:53 ......*.
p. xn.
Ito?Cleveland. 6:16
.? burgh........... 3:2t 6:56...^.
a. m. a. in
rrlihunu. ~ 3:U 2.05 _
ladelphla.. 6:00 ft;00-~^.
* York? 7:30 7:80
^? t and Northwest. p in p. m
rftrk...MMMM...MM...,.NMM ii:60 6:20
umbus....... 7:40
ft m p m.
cago..,.,,..,,,.^., 9:60 ... 6:80
unday trains on K, & O. Railway arrlvo ?t
irlcstonat6:10p.m. waiting for O. k. U. k.
in No. 1 at Point Pleasant, This la the ?bnrt
% ftnd parties purchasing tiokctN should uk for
tots via the Ohio River Railroad. For Informs*
i regarding rates, routes, etc., addrew
W. J. BOB1NBON, Gtn'l Pft>s a mat.
Parkanburg, W. Vft.
Trav. Pass. Agent, Whwllng.
9 Departure of trains from Whaaling. Schedule
jflect November '4), Ib87-Kastsrn time;
xpre? for Chicago and the K?*thw?t, 9:50 a.
8:40 p. m. 10:00 p. m, dally, im U *>.m.dftlly
ept haturdav.
xpreaafor Cincinnati and 8t Lonln, 9:50 a. m.
Iy? 11:16 p. m. daily except Hatnrday.
ixpreai for Columbus and Cincinnati, 2:45a.m..
may only.
Xprets for Washington, 1>. C., Baltimore, Phlla
jimaauuxiovr xoric, o:?ua. m ana d:m p, m.
xpraa trains arrivo from Chicago, 6:40 and 9:50
a. and 6:45 p. m. dally, and 6:00 a. m. dally ex*
t Monday.
xpreaa trains arrive irom 6t Ixrais and Cincla1,6:00
a. m and C:46p. m. dally.
xpreas trains nrrive from Philadelphia, Baltire
aad Waahlngton, D. O., 10:60 a. m. and 10:66
n. dally.
or Columbus, 9:60a m. dally, and 11:15 p.m.
I y cxcept Saturday, and 2:26 p. m. dally except
ulna arrivo from Columbia, 6:00 a. in. dally.
M:45 p. m. dally, aud 10:86 a. m. dally exoepi
or fittsbnrgh and Washington, Pa., 5:00 a.m?
I 7 p m. daily; Kxproaa. H:10 a m, 1:45 p. m.
ly except Sunday. Additional way train for
*alngton. Pa. 5:'i0p. m daily exccpifiunday.
ralna arrive from Pittuburyh, ?.4U dally, and
15 p. m. and 0:56 p. m. dally cxcept r*uuday;
>0 r. m. dally except Saturday, and 2:40 a. m.
iaay only,
ralna arrive from Waahlngton, Pa., 8:G0 a. m.,
ly uxcept Sunday.
or Moundavllle, 12:00 noon, dally cxcept Bun*
rorn Moundsvllle, 1:40 p. m., dally except
or Grafton, 8:45 p.m. From Grafton. 9:25 a.
dally exoopt nunday.
or Cumberland, 8:80 a. m. From Cumberland,
1 p. xn . dally except Runday.
or fit CIalnville,8:M a.m.,2 p.m. and 5:45
ax. dally except Hunday.
rom Ht Clalrsville, 8:40 a. m. and 1:45 and 6:46
n. dally, exoopt Buuday.
sggage called for and checked at hotels aud
denoet on ordera left at tlckot ofllco, 1200 Marstreet
and at cepot
0. K. LORD, Gen. Pass. Agent.
7. M. <!LKMgNTO, Manager.
LOUW RAILWAY OO.-Panhaudlo Route,
ier achodulo in effect MAY 28, 1887, tralna
re Whoeliug.CentralBtandardtime*- Fortiteniville
and Pittsburgh, 6:85 a m , 12:85 p. m..
) p. m. For Steubenvllle, 8:06 p. m. The 6:86
a. and 8:06 p. m. tralna make direct oonncctlon
Columbus. Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chio.
The 12:85 p. m. train makca direct oonncoi
for Columbus and Chicago.
mo* arrive at Wheeling, wla a. m., 10:151. ji\?
> p. m? and 6:00 p. m. mfM
! ROAD.?Under ached ule In effect MAY 22
r, train* leave Bridgeport, Central Htandard
e: For Pittsburgh and Cleveland. 6:10 a. m.
t p. m. For Pltuburxh, 10:17 a. to. For Well*,
e, 4:12 p. w. For ateabcnrllle, 8:88 a. m. Fox
rtln'i Jfvrj, 8:46 a. in.
rain* arrlro at Bridgeport at 7:5S a. m., 10:W a
2:80 p. m., 5:19 p. m? 4:64 p. m., and 7:38 p. m
Savings Bank
r a general banking budwnu Reoetvee any
junt from one dollar upwards on the aavlngj
cm, auu i?7B tutcraii uu nmo ai wic niui ui a
ooDt por annum. Open for baxlneM dally frc?
M. to 8 P. M., and onBatardayi nnlll 8 P. M.
n. b. Boott, PruddonL
eao, Hook, Vioe Preddeni,
5. B. Boott, J. B. Taney.
a P. Brown, Peter CumIIu
K. Bnakmao,? Alfred Piali,
Ale* T. Yoanf, John fl. Welty.
Bernard KHotom, W. J. W. cowCen,
tieo. Zoeckler, Br., R. K. Giffln,
Geor* s Book.
plfl P. B. DQURISB, OMhler.
PHAL ?_jgoo,m
f. Va?ca. Prtaldent
j. piMruni Vloo-Preridm t
/. ?. Vm?i S. Horkhounir.
J. M. Brown, W. ElllnRttaxa I
1*8. Delaplaln, A, W. Kolley.
John Frew.
raftj lnned on England, Ireland, Bootland, and
potato In Europe.
JOHN J. J ON KB, Owhlw.
PTTAL *********
t. A. I*nT..MMM.n.m...MMMM.M,M,MM.,?.,MFroi]dent
l B. Biicreo* ?Vloe-President
ftfta on England, Ireland, Fxanoo and Qennia?.
o macro m.
Wa. A.I*tt, Wm. B. Blmi?on.
i Jchn K. BoUford,
* M. Atkinson. Victor Boaenburi,
Hanrr Ipojw.
MM F. P. JgPWON. Qmhtwr.
T2?".00!.1"!. ,u t- *h?? ISO OKI M W
aoMMd tl Hurt MUM

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