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yrv VALK,
Grand Plauo ??ioar>and atmoai new. An
r!yto". >< (JKANMEii N. Ji corner Cnaplino and
frireHtb ntfccM. fo!4
Y Hone; alac a lop bnggy in *ood order.
Will sell vtry low. inquire oI ALEX. 1MKAH,
? ji trwet, a few door* below 1 weoty-iourth.
FOR HALE-OHiO county farm.
The property know u u the Cran/ord Farm
lylnn l? tweed Oieuu't uu uid bhort creek,la
HJcalaud Dlurlct. a ?> i . ? ur in 11<* /torn Wheellij?,
embracing U)*.cry .uiBloao Dwelling, with
ura, M*Dle, corn erlti vu.; all In good repair.
Tuo laud la exoilmt 1' . . lout) veil watsred
ari'l timbered, an I mi. . i<?f tl with coal. Terms,
eju/ Alio fortMla <> / n- o with 8 acron of land,
adjuiaiuK tbo fat n. A ?;pod home for a amali
fa-aliy. Apply to
Jebi C. J. 1UWL1NU.
At 'i Li r^uinl
.mcI Uoflexeda. a i/.w % ,oCUfor on? week.
,Ul W. V. HOOE A BRO ,
)i81 1300 Market Ptmt
A good twoatory elx room Frame Dwelling
no uc. With largo cellar, two ioti 60*100 ioet, on
Hall itrwt, Klrkwood, Ohio.
ivjj bo had at a bargain. Inquire ol
Insurance and ileal Faute Agent. Bridgeport, O.,
or adlrcaa Mra. B. A. KICK, tkwlckley, Pa.
4 two utorr Frame nou?.? and half aero lot, one
mile *rtt O' Bridgeport, Ohio, on National BoadMoaae
roataina ae?en rooma and aummer kitchen,
? itUd :abie and *11 uootaaary ouibaUdlpga;
piciity ol cnoico fruit on prcmlaaa; cheap and on
two-etnrr Brick Dwelling Houae on
Soa'h Huron mrtet, Wheeling Ifclaud.
Km I,r?!?I10WiLLi
Insurance aud Bw?l Estate a sent:
|eja Bridgeport, Ohio.
@4) Twenty-lour ?otd la Caldwell'* Addiiion
to tlie City ol Wheeling.
-tid loth are bonndod on tno north by Twenty
ninth itrwjt. ou the oaatby Fillmore itroet. on tht
m nth by the Uaudlau Horaeatead. and on the weal
fa* Lilt' u A O. it. it.
Thdr proximity to the aboTe uamed railroad
re'i'lt-r* them exoeUent altee or manufacturing a*
TnWin thirty days will be aold at pubUc
Itjror?Srmi and further Information apply to
1300 Market GLroet
r.i j1 " v: I'onwT ''hunllnr <fr fllrt?w>nth ** *
containing nix rooms, situated on Zaue strict.
Inland It*:hi rcatouaole to good tenant. Inquire
of j a dam 4, at "mtomco. mia
! House, 828 Main aticoi, at preneut occupied
by Mm. Henry Horxheimcr Fossoolon given
April 1. App'y to H. C. DaLZKLL- do 15
1113 Cbspllne street, formerly occupied by
Lr. DlcJtey. FWMMion given at once If doaired.
d&S 1?0C Market atroct.
Dwelllug HouWi 1116 Cnapllne street, at proseut
occu&lcdoy Jotiu B. McLaln; natural Ran, hut
and cold witter throughout; all modern convenience
Enquire of W. P. liACUilAN, No. 2b
t'.r v nth street Jal2
For Rent, For Rent.
TWO L*nce Dwelling*, modern lmprovomouU.
ONE store Boom. with dwelling atwehod.
A numl.-erof Olllcca aod I.o-lRttJs- Kooras.
T'*o Flvo ami two Bix-ltoomed Houses.
COONTuY PLACE at Elm urovo.
MS H. i*okbi?, 1142 Chapllne St
A Two-Story Brick llouse,
with 7 roorcs, on Sauth Front atroet, a Quo lawn,
on bu:h ilver and Hirert front
A>M). 7 Boom hrl,:k llouao on Chapllne Btroet,
??ir < oatro Market House.
:eis I. IRWIN.
We have Boveral very GOOD PIAX03 that we
will rent at a veiy low flguro.
v w itAtTuvn cn.
The Storo-roora, No. 03 Twelfth street, iu Washlngtou
Hall Building, now occupied by Wo. H.
Bheib. Possession given April 1,1888.
fc'ocroUry Washington Hall Association, 1
ja4 120tf Main Street.
A New Throo fctory Businean Home, 100 feet deep,
to be erected at 1067 Wain street. If leased now
tho renter's views conld bo consulted regarding
plm of building to be erccted.
pult KENT.
Tho store room now occupied by M. & 8. Bru?
baker a- a ciloon. No. 1127 Market street.
The store room now occupied by the Underwriters'
luHtirauco Company, So. 411 welfth street.
ro)tu, with dwelling attached, No. 21 Kieveuili
Tome-story warrhouro, No. 1318 Main street.
3 room* on third iluor, corner of Market and
Twelfth struts.
a rooms No 1130 Chapiino street, first iloor.
"2 rooms No. 1140 tha.illuo street, first iloor.
rojins No. l?fl ChaeUru street. second Iloor.
At'ply to ZANlt ?S BTALNAKKK,
86 Tweltth street.
I ltUNTKK'rt 8ALB.
ipiiuSlEliTS 8ALE.
Br viriuc ol a deed ol tni't msdo by Jsanc
Ilailott me as tru-t-e. ,daU*d Juuo 8,1385, recorded
in the olllc? of lite Clerk of tho ' ouu'y
(' oirt of ch'o county. West Vlrclula, in Deed ol
Trust Hook No. 92, nn<o V4 i, 1 will null at the north
door ol the Court House of said county, on
SATURDAY, tho 5J5lh DAY Ol FEBRUARY, 1588,
commencing at 10 o'clock A. M., tho following de
*?ribed property, that In to My: The south half ol
lot mi'-tiicr cue hundred and thirty-four (131),
frnotlcg ou the oast sldu of Markuitquare, in the
Fifth wurd, in the city of Wheeling, Ohio count?.
Wit,t VlrxitiU, with tho improvements thereon,
co:.si?tlug o! brick dwelling houso and olllce
buiiaim: r.nd outbuilding.
The vi:lo is bcllorod to bo good, but selling as
trusjeu 1 will convoy only tho title vested In mo by
Slid dbod of trust.
Tkkhh ok JaiJt-Ono-third carh, or ss much more
m tlio purchsier may elect, on clay of aa e, the
balau e in two equal InMaluieuwat nuo aud two
ywus, in? purchaser to k<vo notes for deferred payneut
bcHriug six percent: the tiilo will bo retained
until payment Is nude in full
U. o. SMITH, Trustee.
W II U?i/ KU. V'fUnn-or.
r?HUSTEE'd til IK.
fly virtue of a d* ol of tr ust mad? bv Thomas W,
Simpson and Isabella 11 noson, his wife, to m? ss
troiU-p, dated June vI, > >&, recordel iu thoctllco
ol th? Clerk of thnCouu'.-Court ol Ohio couuty,
West Virginia, iu 1) cd ci Trust Book No. 23, psge
357, 1 win ? 'li at the u>rii irout door of the Conn
House of mid couuty, ou
SATURDAY, the 3d DAY of MARCff, 1888,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the followlug describe!
property, that is tosay: All that part of lot
numbered one huudred aud forty-three, situated
on ttmiMsi side of rhaplino street iu tbo cltv of
Whetllnif, Ohio coonty, west Virginia, which is
described as follows: Roglnnlogat tho northwost
comer of mM let No. 1W and running southwardly .
Iftlrty th e?! levt along the osst line of Chap line
strt'e : Hi u extendlug back esstwardly bearing an
even width of thirty tureo feet to the line of James
(iallab* r
ine tl'l-?to tne noovc propervr n uwjhjtcu 10
perfe-t but veiling an tru?te? I will COUToy oulj
tbe title veiled lu rac by *ald deed of truai
Tut* a or Baui-Oi e-thlrd aud a? much more aa
the rurcba^cr eiucta to pay. inaphon the day ol
?le, t'10 Ki'nucti iu two equal lr.aulimonta lu one
and two year*. uo'.en benrlig fntorwt to bo glvou
lor the dclorrwl lxyiimm. and lecured by deed ol
tru>lou thu property. tnd the building* to ba kept
luiurtd lor tho iwucdt of such tnift.
Yi. j. w. CO A UKS, Truiiee.
W. H lUlXKn. Atfliopecr
OtUoo of iho rifr o! the County Court of Ohio
County, Kiatoof WeU Mrgluta
In tho matter of tin inutptjof tho will of John
Bchnell, nr., decerned.
Tiic object ol the poiltlon Mod in thii matter ou
the2Sthuay ol January. A U. 1M*, l*lo Into admitted
to probate and record a paper wrltlUR, purporting
to bo tho la?t will aud tratamrm oi John
fcchnou, dr., tlc^aa-d, tearing dale on tbe lit day
o( March. a. D is?g. And It appearing (rem an
atll.UvIt Died with me in Tnyiald ofllto, that Jacob
M Sehnell and Moona *chnell, are non reaidenta
ol the &uie of Woat Virginia: aud tho aald petition
Ktatlnie tnat the aaid Jacob tf. bcbtcll and
(ifoiKi rciiiM'U *r?< loterexUd In tho probate and
rucor.l ol aald will, it It ordortd that too aald
Ja hki m bcaailt a .d tfcorgo "chartI Ao appear at
my office In the city of Wheeling. county of Ohio,
lu mate 'aloreoald, on the JBttt day of febttiary.
A- b iHMt, at lOo'o ock a. m ol tho ?ald day. and
Co what Unrealary tu protect taiir intcieata In
tho aald matter.
1'ubiUhod the flrat time Jamfary 8U, 18H8.
Ulert ol laid Court.
8. 0. d Ml Til, Attorn JaW-K
i Against ad*
ndvised "to
keep a stiff
and as that
m nstaohe
grows, an oh
much more
important to keep a stout spinal column,
for there tho burdens fall on the physical
man. Naturo is never at fault, nnd where
uch stress cornea she provides supports.
It is tho fault of the individual who,
through negligence, exposure or imprudence,
brings on a collapse of these supports.
Every ooo knows how the stitch in
the back comes, but every one do<-?n't know
tho promptest anil surest way to catch it up
and euro it permanently. Tho experiments
of those who know tlio secret ore worth
recording. Mr. Frank Monroe, Francisville,
111., January 30,1887,says: "Three years
ago had rheumatism in the back (lumbago)
so bad I could not dress myself. Oue bottle
of St. Jacobs 0;1 cured me, and I have
not felt it since." Mr. J. W. Mclrs,28 Rock
street, Lowell, Miuw., February, 1887,writes:
'Three years ago was taken with pains in
back, hips and legs; could not turn in bed
except by help of headboard; applied St.
Jacobs Oil several times to my back. In
three days! was sound aud limber. Ifave
not had return since, though I had been
subject to hjhjIIs for many years." Mr.
Jacob Mueller, Maysville, Wis., February,
1887, writes: "In '84 was troubled with
an awful backache,and suffered some time.
St. Jacobs Oil cured mo permanently; noreturn."
Mr. K. W. Elliott, Ludington,
Mich., February 3,1887, states: "My wife
had not Htooped in ten years to button her
shoe; she suffered intensely with lame
back. She tried St. Jacobs Oil; four bottles
cured her, and she has had uo trouble in
six or seven years." Mr. lloraco K. Hopkins,'
New Albany, Indiana, writes, June
10, 1887: "Suffered two years ago with
k?i(. ....ilia thn Ininl- nlsii i\ uliirlit. (nilch
of pleurisy. In one hour obtained great
relief from St Jacobs Oil; three applications
cured inc. In the morning pains were
gone, and have had uo recurrence of it
since." May 17,1837, Mr. A. A. Cunningham,
Perryopolls, Pu., writes: "My wife
was sorely afflicted with lame back; sufl'crcd
several years. She used innumerable
liniments and plasters without relief; used ,
St. Jacobs Oil, and sho was cured by it, and
would not keep house without it." The
maxim outfit to be, keep a straight, strong
back, and the rest of tho anatomy will be
strong nlso.
n ails
Do you feci dull, languid, low-spirited, lire- 1
lean, and Indescribably miserable, both physically
and mentally; cxporlenco a sense of
fullness or bloating after eating, or of "goneness,"
or emptiness or stomueh in tho morning,
tonguo coated, bitter or bad tasto in
month. Irregular appotite, dizziness, frequent
headaches, blurred oycsIght,"tloatiiig specks"
beforo the eyes, nervous prostration or ex- 1
haustion, Irritability of temper, hot Hushed,
alternating with chilly sensations, sharp,
biting, transient pains nero and there, cold
feet, drowsiness after meals, wakefulness, or
disturbed and unrefrcshlng sleep, constant.
Indescribable feeling of dread, or of iiajRindIng
If you biivoall, or any considerable number
or ilieso symptoms, you nro mmcnng iroin
fhnt most common of American maladies?
Bilious Dyspepsia, or Torpid Liver, associated
with Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. Tiio nioro
complicated your disease has ltecotne, tlio
greater tho number ittul diversity of symp- 1
toins. No mnttor what otniro it bus reached.
Dr. Pierce's CSoIden lTledienl Discovery
will subduo It, If taken according to directions
for a reasonable length of time. If not
cured, complications multiply ami Consumption
of the Lumrs, .Skin Diseases, 1 leart Disease,
Itheumatism, Kidney Disease, or other grave
maladies nr?? quite Uablo to set in mid, sooner
or later, induco u fatal tcriuiimtion. (
Dr. Pierce's (>oldcii IMedicnl Discovery
acts powerfully upon tlio Liver, and
through that great blood-jnirifylujr organ,
cleanses tho system of nil blood-taints and impurities,
from whatever cause arising, it is
equally cillcacious in acting upon tho K1<1- 1
neys, and other excretory organs, cleansfhg,
strengthening, and healing their diseases. As
an appetizing, restorative tonie, it promotes
digestion and nutrition, thereby building up
both tlesli and strength. In malarial districts,
this wonderful medicine hits gained great
celebrity In curing Fever and Ague, Chills and
Fever, Dumb Ague. ami kindred dlwswes.
Dr. Pierce's Golden lUedleul Discovery
from n common Illotch, or Eruption, to tho
worst Scrofula. Salt-rheum, " Fover-ftorcs,"
Scaly or Hough Skin, In short, ail diseases
caused by bad blood nro conquered by this
powerful, purifying, and invigorating medicine.
Great Eating Ulcere rapidly heal under
Its benign influence, Especially has it manifested
its potency in curing Tetter, Eczema,
Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuncles. Soro Eyes. Scrofulous
Sores and Swellings, Hip-Joint Disease,
" Whito Swellings," Goitre, or Thick Neck,
and Enlarged Glands. Send ten cents in
stamps for n*lafgo Treatise, with colored
Slates, on Skin Diseases, or tho same amount
>r a Treatise on Scrofulous Affections.
Thoroughly cleanso It bv using Dr. Pierce's
( olden Medical Discovery, and good
digestion, a fair akin, buoynnt spirits.>vital
strength and bodily health will be established.
which is Scrofula of the l.ini^s Ih arrested
mid curi*d by tt?i? remedy,' If taken in tho
earlier stages ot tho disease. From lt? marvelous
ilower over thin terribly fut.il d I sense,
when flrsfc offering this now world-fumed remedy
to tho public, Dr. Pierce thought seriously
Of Calling it Ills "CON8tT.MITl(i.N* ClJItR," luit
abandoned that name ns too rostrlctlvo for
a medicine which, from il? wonderful combination
of tonlcforatronjithening, alterative,
or blood-cleansing, anti-bilious, pectoral, mid
nutritivo properties, Ih unequnled, not only
ah n remedv for Consumption, but for all
Chronic 1>I *o ones or tho
Liver, Blood, and Lungs.
For Weak Lunps, Spitting of Rlnod, Shortness
of Hreath, chronic Xnsal Catarrh, ftronchitis.
Asthma, 8over? Coughs, and' Kindred
affect Ions, It. is an elliclent remedy.
Sold by Druggists, at ijil.OO. or Six Ilolties
for $5.00.
CV Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Plerco'a
book on Consumption. Address,
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
063 Main St? BUFFALO. y.V.
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Tho great FRENCH RcRuUUcn 1'jwdera m vor
fail. Try thorn. Relieve pain, luiinro regularity;
talcaud oOectual; far superior to Touty. Fenojr*
royal or Olldo. faekngo tent w curtly nailed
containing direction! on ncelot ol tfl.ou, Cor*
mpondcucocoafldcDtittl. Addreai
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Accident* and Incidents in Weat Virginia
and Vicinity.
There le to be a telephone line between
Oeredo and Wayne 0. H.
The Point Pleaeant QaxUt bag leaned a
big trade edition, boooing the old tows.
There ie a move to erect a telephone
line between Grulton and Fhllippl, Belinglon
and JJuckbcnnon.
There are walnnt trees in Wyoming and
McDowell conr.tiee which are eaid to be
worth Irom 1500 to $1,000 each.
The Grand Army poets in Martinsborg
havo arranged with Mia. Belva Lockwood,
the colebruted female lawyer, to deliver *
lecture there.
H. P. McAfee, a brakeman on the regular
F. M. <5t P. freight, was caught between
two cars and badly hurt about the cheat
AL'd abdomen.
Jc-rry Hereby, a eon of Eliaa Henalev,
a highly respected citiztmof White's Creek,
Way no county, was killed last Monday, it
in supposedly the accidental discharge of
his gun.
A large aaw mill is to be put in active
operation by the Potomac Lumber Comw*ny,
near the mouth of Abraham's
Creek, on the line of tho West Virginia
Hon. T. R. CArskadon has been invited
to deliver an address at the Preston County
Faruieru' and Wool Growers' mooting,
to hn held on the 24th and 25th instants,
at Kingwood.
The largest cash pnrchaae of real estate
that has beon mudo in Wirt county for
come time w*a made n few days ago by
George Li. Textor, of Baltimore, who purchased
1,453 acres of land iu Clay district,
f'-ni Fleming Bros.; consideration, $10,000.
The County Court of Tucker connty last
Tuesday, after listening to arguments of
tuo attorneys of tho ealooa men and the
appeal of the citizens of DAvis, through
Meters. A. F, Wilson and Howard Wagoner
decided to grant no license to any
one for the coming year. The decision
was greeted by a storm of applause from
the audience.
Brakeman J. C. Bonn of tho second division
of the B. <Sc I), was killed in the
yard at Keyser on last Sunday. He was
making up a train and while catting a car
looa(j his foot caught iu a frog, and tho
train passed over him killing him instantly.
He loaves a wife and one child in
Urecaptown, Md.
A careful estimate computes the oil
produced in Washington county during
tfie past two years at 0.000,000 barrels, and
it ia the opinion of many gentlemen well
versed in the oil business that the development
iu Washington county is yet in its
infancy. The prolific supplies of gas found
in various parts of the county support this
A law mornings ago Mrs. JohnO HumEbrays,
of Braxton county, breaking a
en's exit diecovered what she first took to
be a double yelk, which is no uncommon
occurrence, but which on closer examinalion
proved to be a perfectly formed egg
about tbo b:*0 of a pheasant's egg, tbe
shell being &3 perfect as that of the larger
egg which enclosed it.
Stephen E. Patton, a young farmer, who
lived with hia father, Samuel Patton, one
milo north of Washington, died on Saturday
from (he combined effects of blood
poiBoning Pid pneumonia. On the first
of December, while chopping corn fodder,
his light hand got caught in the machine
and his thumb and drat two fingers were
taken olf. Although he received prompt
treatment from the best physicians, blood
poinoningeet in and ended his life.
Mias Cora Hayre, oi Jackson county, was
burned nearly to death last week. Her
dress catcbing fire and being unable to ex*
linguish the flames, she started to a spring
ioiuedi8tancu from tho honse, but fell before
she rcached it. Ouo oi her brotheisin-law,
after making an ineffectual effort
to tear off the young lady's clothes, undertook
to smother tho tlamos with mud, and
only the arrival of anothor member ofjthe
family saved the unfortunate girl from
death then and there.
Third vice-president Smith, of the Bal*
timoro and Ohio railroad, W. H. Clements,
manajjer of the lines east of the
Ohio, and \V. W. Peabody, manager of
the lines west of the Ohio, were in conference
with a committee of seven locomotive
engineers of the road recently iu reference
to modifying the agreement under
which tho men have been working for a
year. It is stated that the modifications
asked for are of such a nature that they
are likely to be granted by tbe road. They
relate more to time.than to money.
uoi. Jonn aoyu, a wiueiy-anown anu
prominent citizan oi Berkeley county,
died suddenly JbsL Sunday morning of
paralysis of the heart. Ho was a eon of
Eliaha Boyd, a brother-in-law of the late
U. J. Faulkner, and an nnclo of the present
0. J. Faulkner, the newly elected
Senator from this State, Col. Boyd's family
connection was very large, and included
many prominent people. He waa
aeveaty-alx years oi ago, bat as active and
vigorous np to the time of his death as a
young man.
M. K. Howe, for many years a prominent
and extensive lumber dealor of Preston
county, was run over and instantly
killed on tho railroad at Eighty Out Wednesday
night, uuder the following circumstances:
He had just returned from a
business trip to Kingwood and waiting for
a helper tu ride to his home at Howies*
burg, when in stepping from one track to
avoid au eeut bound train, he was knocked
down by a helper on the other track. The
engine ran over him and mangled his remama
beyond recognition. Mr. Howe
has been one cf tho most prominent and
widely known lumbermen in West Virginia.
Uraditreel'a Weekly lteport? Development*
lu the Hopper Market*.
Niw York, Feb. 18.?While it lew Eastern
Pennsylvania iurnaee manager, ar.
proposing $1 a ton advacco to cover increased
cost ot Inel, other makers are sharing
current rates for foreign iron for cash.
Western forge is offered for lees than cost,
hut Utile has been takou because oi the
genera! distrust and nueasineee, doe largely
to the cor 1 strike now ended. Finished
iron aad steel of all kind J are quint east ot
the Alieghenies, but faith in au active and
a?.Ip nn*lni> trur4? in mninteinnd tiv in.
" '"7 - ~- - j ?
qulrloe for large reqnlrmonts. The notail
cuniamp'.ion ol Iron and steel is largn and
atlorilg reasonable grounds lor the existing
contidoncM lit ultimately stronger prices.
Siockenmnng consumers are light, and a
rash ot orders folloaing the resumption of
conl uiioiug at ante-strike prices might
crowd op prices bat for the liberal forge
supplies available west of the mountains.
Rolled Iron of all kinds and steel are quiet.
Thrcnghout tbo Ohio and Mississippi Valleys
there is more inquiry, and some liberal
baying tor requirements. .Louisville
and Cincinnati markets for erode iron are
strong, and liberal contract have beon
made. Throughout the lake region there
is some little Improvement in inquiry, but
vessel and car ratos sre not definitely
fixed, and baying Is light. Southern iron
markets are strong nnder oversold conditions
and inquiries for forward requirements.
Mill owners all over the West are
still purchasing sparingly.
Thu latest development in the copper
monopoly Is the announcement that the
I Tbarals company has sold its product to
i the French operators for three years at
XG3u ton. The prediction Is growing
taat some kind ol an arrangement has
boen made between the Frenchmen and
the Calumet and Hecla directors, as well
as that negotiations for the product of the
: Qaincy mines are in progress. The price
paid for the Boston and Montanuatput
IS 13 cants a pound formatter. Toe contract
with the Tamarack and Boston and
Montana companies together aggregated
160,000.000 pounds of copper of a value of
not less than $18,000,000. The Lake Superior
producers are harrying their metal
to market u tut u poeelble. Consumption
ia materially dlminlahed by tbe continned
blab price/ An effort ia being
made in Canada to secnre a Government
bounty for copper smelting. The Boaton
market Calomel ard Hecla ?har?? b???
advanced Irom 207, February 2, to 235,
and Tamarack bai jumped In tbe same
limn irom 160 to 170. The other coppera
an abont ateady.
A iair amonnt oi boaineea ia be leg done
in Eastern ,yool markets on tbe baaia of
last week'a quotations. There eeema to be
rather more activity in Boeton and Philadelphia
than in New York. The mann- i
factnrora are taking contracta freely for ,
hoavy-welght goods at laat year's values
or lower, and no longer beeitate to bny l
material for one during tho spring. A
month ago they aiked for concessions;
now they are ready to take eoppliee at
quotations when they Hod what suits
loem. Apart irom this the situation ia
unchanged. 1
Prices at the London sales declined tbe ,
first oi the week, and the result was a revival
of demand and a steadying oi tbo I
market. Competition is moderately active,
with a large proportion of the pur- 1
cbrsea going to the Continent. American
buyers are doing but little. <
Prices are strong In tioaton anu tne market
is fairly active. Bayers have taken i
sample lots freely and are laying in sapplies
for fatnre ne*ds to considerable ex- ?
tent. Michigan X wool is firm at 28920 i
cents a pound and Territory and Ttxas i
wools are in request. 8applies of many
descriptions of the Btaple are light. Aui- c
tralian wool in particular is scarce and the
anticipated arrivals will go directly to tho
mills in a great measuro. Nothing is do- q
ing in Montevideo stock. Fulled wools t
nro taken rapidly. Current quotations,
with comparisons, are as follows: a
Feb. 19, Feb. 18, Ffb 17,
183ti? 1888.
Ohio and Pennsylvania X..S.U33C 3iaaic 30*3lc ;
.Ohio and Pennsylvania L
| XX ... ... Jila35c 35a3Ce 82a88c t
Ohio and Pennsylvania 1
XX and above a*36c 85a.TCc a2a.tk5 r
Michigan X ...a3Jo IMattc F
Fide Ohio delaine .%r:I7c ...aH7c micttc
No 1 comblUK 87a8!to 89a-i0o H7H&C 8
Texas kprlngi 12 moutha....W*??o '23aioo 17a?te
The sales of the week in Boston aro reported
at 3,827,000 pounds, ss compsrod t
with 3,182 800 pounds last week and 1,503,- r
500 pounds the corresponding woek last
In Philadelphia there has boen a alight p
improvement in the demand for wool, but ?
none in prices. Tho tone of the market, b
however, is steadier at recent quotations. e
Manufacturers are selling their products a
little more freoly, and, having a clearer g
idea of probable rtquirements, are buying ?
with more confidence, but still on a conservative
baaiB, an a rnlo. Tbe sales aggre- p
Kate 078,000 pounda. pguinot 474.000 poundB _
last week and 838.G00 pounds for the corresponding
week last year. n
It Sofleiara from Consumption,
Scrofula, Bronchitis, and General Debility
will try Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil a
with Hypophosphites, they will find immediate
relief and permanent benefit. e
The Medical Profe?8ion universally de- y
clare it a romedy of tho greatest value and
very palatable. Read: "I havo used
Scott's Emulsion in several cases of Scrof- I
ula and Debility in Children. Results .
Mb lUfln nnlianfa tnlfrt it ll
with pieaanre."?w' A. Hulbkbt, M. D., ft
Salisbury, III. mwfaw
u; Another man thrown out of a good j
position!" remarked Crimsonbeak, as ho
eaw.a neighbor on the opposite side of the u
btreet Blip and fail on the ice. k
' r
I iiavk had catarrh for twenty years,
and used all kinds of remedies without h
relief. Mr. Smith, druggist, of Little Falls,
recomraendod Ely's Cream Balm. The
effect of the lirat application was magical, a
it allayed the inilamation and the next
morning my head was aa clear aa a bell.
One bottle has done me ao much youd o
that I am convinced its use will effect a
permanent cure. It is soothing, pleasant
and eaay to apply, and I strongly urpe li
ita nae by ail sufferers.?Goo. Turry, Little .
Falls, N. Y, 81
Apply Balm into each nostril, mwfaw p
** " ti
A correspondent writing from Monte
Oarlo says that the croupiura of that fa- P
mou8 gaming resort vouch for tho trnth of
the atory that Labouchere won ?20,000
there by means of hia "system." ' g
How Men l>lo.
If wo know all the methods of approach n
adopted by an enemy we are the better
enabled to ward olF the danger and postpone
the moment whon eurrender becomes
inevitable. In many instances the T
inhorent strength of tho body suffices to
enable it to oppose the tendency towaid 0
death. Many however have lost these j;
forces to such an nxtent that there ia little
or no hoi p. In other cases a little aid to **
the weakened Lunga will make all the
difference between pudden death and {j
many years of useful life. Upon the tirat w
aymptomo of a Cough, Cold or any troublo ?
of the Throat or Langs, give that old and J
well known remedy?Boecheo's German ti
Syrup, a careful trial. It will prove what ?
mouaanua say oi u to uo, ;uu uuuoioua'i tl;
of any home." o
Atlvlco to Mothers, k
Are yoa disturbed at nfght and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with pain ol catting teeth? if [j
so, send at once and get a bottle of Mas. u
Winblow'b Soothing Syrup fob Chil- J
dren Teething, Ita valno ia incalcalable. ?
It will relieve the poor little sufferer iin- &
mediately. Depend upon it, mot here, ?
thoro ia no mistake about it It curee
dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the o
Gtomach and bowelfi, curea wind colic, [j
softens the guma, rcduces inflammation
and givee tone and energy to the whole
ayotem. Mrb. Winblow'b Soothing Syhop a
cob Children Teething fs pleasant to the a
taste, and is the prescription of one of the {
oldest and beat female nursee and phyBi* Jj
clans in the United States, and is for sale
by all druggista throughout thd world.
Price 25 cents a bottin. kwmw j
?? ?
Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts, is drcorated
with more college titles than any h
other member of either house of Con- l
greas. The degree of LL. D. has been conferred
on him by five ditferont colleges. L
A Huund l?j;h1 Opinion. 2
E. Bainbridge Monday, Esq., County j
Attorney, Clay county, Texas, says: s
"Have ucod Electric Bittera with mo&t *
| happy results. My brother also was vory
low with Malarial fever and Jaundice, but
[wascured by. timely use of thismedl- e
cine. Am satisfied Electric Bitters saved J
hia life." {
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, n
Ky., adds a like testimony, saying:. He J
poaiiively believes he wonld have died, c
had it not been ior Electric Bitters. j
i ? ? i- ? _111 1 -o mall t
imo K'W" roBicuy win nniu wu no tiv?? c
an care all Malarial Dlseaaofl, and for all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach Disorders
dtands unequalled, Prico 50c and $1, at
Logan & Uo.'a drag atoro.
So mediatao is ?o oaf- !
vcrwilly uied m 81 ox* "^lyJ-y -i.', "it
moa* Uvot Regulator,
It won 1U way la to every v?mp?
homo by pure, aterllag
merit. it take* the plan XT vEzZ/mM'
of a dortot *n<l co?Uy U
prescription*. It 1* a
totally medicine con- J%7\
(ftJaiug no dtngerout #GSXx~?1* ^
A: J&ffS
action and can bo aalely A
given to any penon no matter what age.
WorUiuQT People
can take Slmmoni Llrer Regulator without low of ;
time er danger from expoMjre, andthoa?>ten wl 1
bo bnllt up and Invigorated bt it. It promote# digestion,
rilaalpaiea tick headache, aud gives a
atrong roll tone to the ayatorn. It hu no equal a*
a preparatory medicine, aud can bo ufely utcd In
auyatcknttt. ItacM tenilT ?u the Howel* aad
Kidneys and correct* the action of the Uvor. in
doraed by peraoua of the hlgheat character and
eminence u
The BEST Family Hcdlcine.
If a child hu the collo it (a a aum and aafe remedy.
It will rmtore atrengtn to the overworked
father and relieve tne wlfo from low aplrlia, headache,
dyapeptfa, cotutlpetion and like 111a Genuine
haa onr Z atamp In red on front of wraoper,
prepared only by J. a ZKIUV A OO..
ja?*wraw Philadelphia, Fa.
The Iuieliigencer Preparing a Mammotl
(Mate Edition for Circulation Abroad.
An Kni?r|)rliie In tho Socces* of
Which Ever? Citizen le Interacted.
Tax Intkluoknckk liaa (or eomo llmi
hid in preparation, and will leans aa aooi
u the work cm be satisfactorily comple
ted, a special edition devoted to the nat
ml reeonrcea and developed Indnatiiee ol
IVeat Virginia,
im.1. tBl mlUinn will Ko .IrnnL th(
iamo number ol pages as tho Natural Gai
Industrial Edition?from 16 to SO?which
jad a very large circulation, for which
hero are still demands, and which did
(ood is its day and generation.
'Ihe tjtsto Development Edition of the
'ntklliubkcku will cover in general and
n detail tho whole Held ol West Vir[lnia'a
resources, will neglect no locality,
fill represent on a large map the railroads
n existence and projected, water ways,
aunty roads and turnpikes?in short will
ndeavor to answer in advance every
lueetioa that may be asked by the ospialio!
or the inquiring person in search of
. home.
It is the intention of tho Iktkluoikcsb
n this Stato Development Edition to blow
Vest Virginia's horn, and wo can ssfely
iromlee that the blast will be :?ther
weet sounding music. It will bo heard
n this country and in Europe sounding
be note of an hrsuitable welcome to our
ichly endowed Mountain State.
The arrangements for insuring tho pier
a wide circulation have only bogun,
ut thus far they make sure of the wideprcading
of 20,000 copies. There is a
ood prospect that tho actual circulation
'ill double this. What is of equal imortance,
tho quality of the production
rill bs each as would do credit to any
owspapcr in the country.
Tho Iktkliiqkxckb will welcome tbo
nevefltions and co-oneration ?enerall7.of'
oy person who feels an interest in this
(Tort to place our Slate well before tbo
rorld. Whatever is to be submitted in
ills line should be sent Irf at once, lor the
ntklliokncsk has its eye on tbo spring
nmigrant and doesn't want to let bim get
Those desiring copies of the paper lor
iatribution will oblige na by sending
ixoir orders at onco, no that we mc j
now about how many copies to print.
!verybody can help his State some by
elping to circulate the printed page that
)lls of her opportunities for making
Those having land to sell, in large tracts
r email, will find this their bestopportuitytolay
their holdings before porgoes
kely to purchase. Advertisements
honld bo sont in without 'delay. The
ubiiahers will be glad to give informson
relating to IhiB feature of .the enterrise.
The hour has come, nod tho Intellienckr
is in the field with r.ll its energy
3 aid in tho too-long delayed develop2ent
of West Virginia,
lie Feottur?a of tbo Mono/ and Stock
New Yobk.Feb. 18.?Money on call ruled eiuy&t
percent. MjuoxrcrcuntlJo paper 6a0 per cent
ailing ezdiauKO dull but steady at 818i%a4 86%.
ilea of Btocki 184,078 Hhareft.
Tbo stock market wan active to-day and prices,
lougn irregular. were very wen maintained, At
ic opening traditi^ tJie buying in Union Pacific
sh ve-y good am! all oflerlugs were ttken M roan
? mado. Jersey Central also bhowed marked
reugUi nutl *j>urted up percent Tho grangers
era (irni throughout, mid toward tho alone, when
to market again reacted, woro quite strong. Tho
larket closed quiet and rather heavy at about tho
iiciiliiK P'lees. Tho closing prices generally show
ucllutH, though they are lor fractional amount*
itallroftd bonds weto quiet but generally linn;
tlct 1633.000.
Government and State bonds dull aud steady.
. 8. 4a reg M. K. A T. gon. fis-... 70
. 8. 4s coupon...-...MM Northern Pac. flnta-116^
'. 8. 4%s reg- 1CCU North. Pac. seconds-ICG*
B.4%h coupon 1G7|, Northwest. oonsols~.141}f
acitlo 6's of '95m ISO N.W, debentures,5S..100
ouIslAna stamp, 45- 01H 3t. L. A H. F. Geu.M.115
Ilwourl Ca - icoH 3t. Paul consols -12ft
eua. teseltJcmouu,lQO P., C. A P. ilnU-119
do 6s M Tex. A Pacdaud gr'a. 60
do 8s - GOfc Tex. A Pac. K. G. exentrnl
Pacific flrsta 113 tra coupons... C'J
i. A It G. tirsta. 120 Unlou Pac. Ursti 114
>. A K. G. West.llrata 71 Went Shoro 101
rlc aoouuda 97J<
.dams Express 143 Northern Pacific 21?*
merfcaa K*pww...lwi <lo pre/erred 4ffft
mjkiU Southern.... Chicago ?bN. W.-.~.l(W>i
entral Pacific IWJj, do preferred ~..143K
besnpoako A Ohio? 3H Now York Central....107%
do tint preferred.- G Ohio<fc Mlsalmlppl... 24)<
do soeonds -.. \% do preferred 83
O.. a A I tU Pacific Mall - W/<
leaver A R. U 21 Pittsburgh 1M*
Tie i7>* Heading. GWi
do preferred 02 81 L. a H. F 34'J
ort Wayne -..-...163 do preferred 71^,
[Aiisaii a Texas 16^ do Oralpreferred...lll?i
ako Erie A W?t...- \b% O. M. A Ht Paul 77#
do preferred 45 do preferred 116%
eke Shore Texas di Pacific- 2f.?
toulsvllle A Nash.... MJi Uulon Pacific. 67*5
k| N. A. A 0 _ 36 United Hiatus Ex 72
fern A Cbas ?.. M W . bt. L. A P 14
llchlgan (Antral...- bJk do proforrod 27
flnouri Pacific- ttjf Wells-Faiwo Ex ~1I3
[ash. <b Chat - 78 Western Ouloa - 7
low Jeraov Central.. 83
Mr eurt stuffs nod Provisions.
Niw Toax, Feb. 13.?Flour, rocclpts 15.00" packge*;
exports 1,775 barrels aud 8,680 sacks; market
ull and unchanged, ealcs 2.C00 barrels. Wheat,
ucelptn 2.2U0 bushel*: exports 10,COO bushels; sales
/C0.000 bushels of futures and 78,000 bushe/s of
pot: option* llrro; No. 1 red WKc: No. 2 red Febufcryf?>*c;
March 89%o; April WkaWKc, cIoMng
t i?Ho; MayUiHc, dosing at Ut^o; JuueshkafllMc.
IojIuk at'Jl/ic; OccemberUlkc. (' orn, receipts 16.00
tmiheln; exporta l'J.3G0 bushels: sales 821,000
tusheis of.futuius and 24,0.0 bushels spot; options
asier; unuradod MViaSCc: No. 2 February OO^o:
j*r?li MMvc: AnHl h'tUji.'i'.-'_r. rlnnlns >t wAw Mmv
6Ka6SKg dosing a? &%c: Juno dosing
,t ftjio. Oi?tM. receipt* M.c?0 bushel#; exitort* none;
ales 1J0.00U bushels of futures and lto.uOO bushels
ifhoot: moderately active: mixed western 87a41c;
rhite do 4U47c. llay and bops ateady. Coffee, spot
sir: Rio dull at ice; options llrin; sales 41, 250 bags;
if arch lMSalllBc; April I2.ittaU.V10o; May 11 uoa
2.00c; Juno ll.75all.h5c; July 11.3UU 45o; August
1.15c; Ki-i'U-n.bt'r lo.yjc. Sugar steady; refined
miet moimm* nominal: 60 UstSOfcc. Uicu linn,
fallow ateady. Itoalu quiet at f 1.16 TuipenUne
teadyat40Kc. Kg** qulet;wcstern 25a25Wc. Pork
lull. Cut meat* quiet. i-ard moderately active;
rcsteru steam spot bil'c: March 7.97o; April 802;
lay 8.Wa8,07c; June 809a*.llo; July 8 hie: city
team 7.70c. Butter quiet; western 14a30o. Cheese
[uiet; western llKattc.
Chicago. Feb. la-Grains atartod In weak and
owur, and provisions strong aud higher on
L'hauge today. May wheat advanced from 80% to
lOfcfc shortly after the opening fluctuated and
;loa?d at 81c. Ccun, strong feoling. Oati
ictlvc. Profialona wero active. .Flour wai
tcidy and unchanged. Wheat, cash No.
I apring 7C}(i*7?%c; 'No. 3 spring 67}?a68e;
<0. 2 rod 80^0; May 80^*81 Kc, closing at blcj
tune 80T?a8l%c. closing at Slftc, Corn, ouh No.
1,49c; March 47Wa47Hc. closing at 47?{c; May 1<FA
&l%e, closing at 6l?c; JnneSOJioAl^fc, cIokidb al
<1^0- Oats, cash No. 2. 27Ua29c: May
losing at 3iHo: Juno ui^i^c. Rye. No V,
ilc. Barley. Wo. 2,77at?)c. Flaxseed, No 1, f145.
Prime timothy need f2 47a248. Mess pork, onsh,
114 00: March (13 95al4.07H closing at 113 97:
klsy 114 (5*14 2), closing at 114 17*: June 114 1<
114 25. closing at $.4X1% Lard, cash 7.77Kc
March 7.7Sa7.8Cc, clwlug at 7 80c; May 7.82%
AMfco. closing at 7.W%c: Juuo 7.92Ka8 00c
sharing at 7.9i^c. Bacon, short riba 7.37><c
boulders ft.90a6.0ic; short clear //JOaS-OOo. Whiskj
teadi at si 15. liuttor dull and weak; creamery ii
i29o; dairy 15a20c. ?gg? easy at 21a22o.
HhilatiBLrma, Pa., Feb. 18. ? Floor weak
Wheat firmer: ungraded 94){o; No. 1 red Feb
ruary ?0ka9QKe; March voK?Ulc: April 91Xa92o
kUy 92a93){c, Corn, spot lower; options weak
No. 1 mixed Fcbrmrr s7xm*o; Mureb 67h7s.
4Dc: No. 2 white 41o: Intures dull end unchangw
Ecgi steady; flnt* 2ia28Kc
ull-mio... MP., ret. ? <
and dull; Kn. 2 winter n*<I not VKb?b: Fob"
I try March ?9*S9Hc: May 91a9H6
k' (torn, western easl?r and active: mixed awl Hftj
I 56Wc; March Mft*5M<c; M?y ^>?370. Oat* ?te?dj
wwicra whlto 40e41'?: ?l*edhi
quiet and steady 'oflee dull aud nominal, Hi
I cargoeaordluery to fair 10att?Xc!
cmcmiATT. o., Feb. : 18-Flour m. Whns
Ann; No. 2 rod Mc; receipts ?.??
menu 1,000 bushels. Comilnu: No 2 mixed 61 <c
j Oau quiet: No. 2 mixed We. Rye dull: No 2, 62c
Fork steady at ?1? 80. Urd strong a-d hUMi
t Bulk men* aud bscou firm: uncbeug?<t. N bin;
steady st II ci? llutter, sugar aud cheese ilrui
. Kggs easier at 19a2cc
Tox-vno. O.. Feb. 18 -Wheat dull: rash *4}<a88o
Majr 87n: Augtut 84%c. Corn active auu nrin
. ci*hPOJ<c-May MXc- OaU doll; c**h Kfc, ' tore*
[ wed steady; cub, cbtuary aud March 83?7)$,
Live Sitock.
, Chicago, Fob 18.?The Drover'i Journal reports
' Cattle?K?y?lpt* 2,0$0 heart r ahlpmenta none: fane;
, fi 10*5 60: Kood nww 93 00*4 80; atockertt and feed
1 en 8250*360: oow*. huih aud mixed |1 7oa8 75
tioga-Rccelpts V/OO head: shipment* 'i.OOO hod
market utroair; mixed 85 00*5 &?; heavy g:< Wi5(?5;
lieht 84 M"?a5 25: akliw 93 20*4 65. Cheep?Ibicelpti
2,000 head: shipment* 100 head: market steady
native* 5* Wat 60; western 83 25; Tuxauh 82751
4 76; lamb* 85 CCaC 10.
Itin I.ibxrtt, Feb. 18.?Cattle?Receipts 513
head: alilpmcntji ?00 bead' r.11 tbrouzb consign
i menu. Fow-RflOeJota l,ft)0|b<vtd: shipments 8,1V
head: market very dull; I'hllad? lpliiitx 8S 70*5 80'
mixed 8^ 65af?G5; Yorker* 85 40a5 60; common tc
(air <i OOa5 30: plgi 8' f>5*">00. Hhcwn-K'reipi<
6.0C0 head: shlpwunts GOO head; market llriu at
yesterday's price#
Cincinnati,O . Feb. is -Hog? Heady; common
and light 81 a>?85 '.*0, packing and butcncrs 85 X?i
5 CO, receipt* 900; shipment* 2,COO.
Weekly Iiauk Statement.
N*w Yokk. Fob. 18 ?Tho weekly bank htf.tcmcnt
shows tho fallowing changes:
Rwerve. decrease J2,206,900
Ixxitm, increase........ 2* POO
Specie, dec re*** 8,132,000
Legal tenders, Increase .. 1W.200
Deposit*. deereue? 8,038,000
Circulation. Increase fi7,000
Tlio bunlw now hold J17/J37,873 luoxcot# ol the 25
per cent rule.
New York, Feb. 18.? Petroleum opened strong
at 90c. bnt becanv'voak und-r Mnuldatin* wiies
and declined lo KS%c, rallied at. that point aud
closed firm at bUJ^c. Males 042,000 barrels,
PmnsuBoa. Pa . Feb. 18.?Petroleum /airly aotire;
opened at 6'JJic; closed at c; highest Xc;
lowest 6AXPBedford,
Pa . Fob. i9.-Openedat 8S9io: cloied
attiajfo; higrua: '/Jo; lowest 8(%u; cle&iaucc* 1.S98.COO
Titusyiuj,Pa , Fab 18 -Opflncd at89Jio; highcat
90o; Jowwt 88>?c; closed at 88>{c.
Dry (Juodt,
Nkw Yobk, Feb. 18.?The demand forcottoni wan
light. New heavy woolens lor autumn were In
good request, and the business laid out ol very (air
Buckle*'* Arnlc.n Bnlve.
The best salvo in thy world lor cata,
braises, wires, ulcere, salt rlienm, fover
sores, tott?r, chopi^J hsnda, chilblains,
corns, and all o)dn ernptfona, and positively
naroa piles, or no pay required. It
is ijaaranteod to tflvo porfoct natiafaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cenb^per
bo*. For tale by Logan & Oo.
Mrs. Hadiah, of Jersey City ban presented
bor ten-year-old daughter, Mary,
with a little lamb. In this place it is perfectly
proper to say "Mary Haddan a little
?>k _ An exquisitely
Dreani of Life^j?
"An Elegant Novoltyin Calondara."
"A Touching Story Told ia Colors."
"Highly Original and n Work of Art."
n box of DR. C. Mr LANE'S
CECEinriTi:i> UTER PIUS for SSccnb
from jour Druggist, nil J r.wil tho oiit!tl<lo v rainier,
, *1 111 your tuldrtsa uud 4 ut*. In utuinjia to0SW
PLElinfG BEOS., Pittsburgiij'Pa.
ft^Loolc out for Counterfeits made in SuLouln.
The only fino calf 8.1 Be* mien Shoo in tho trorld
mKdo without t?cl? or n&IW. Ah itjllih and durable
ia thoho costing 85 or CO. and having no lacfca
ornniig to we?r tho atookfng or hurt tho Icet,
nuket them as oorafortiblo au1 well-titling m?
unlaw auiaped on bottom "W. L. DouglaH 83 Bhoe,
warranted "
W. L. DOOGLA8 ?4 SHOK. iho origins! anil
only han?l cored woltli 'hoc. wnloh equals custom-made
ahoea coning froui 80 to 8*.
W. L. DOUGLAS &: 00 SHOK la unczcclied lor
heavy wear.
\V. L. DOUGLAS BHOE In worn by all Boya,
and la tho bcit achool ?hoe In the world.
All the above good* are made lu Congrnaa, ButU>u
aud L?c\ and If hot (told by your dfiler, wrlto
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass, Bold only at
Stoue'M CanH Shoo Store,
10-10 MAIN stkekt,
la27-nway wheeling, W. Va.
Brape Vines for Spiing of 1888.
80 Varietieso( tho B?Ht Old and New Grapes
Grown In this Country.
ao Concord, Ives, Hartford, Catawba or 1'crklna,
for II00.
lit Martha, Champion, Alva, Agawam, Scaccs,
Balcm, Goethe, or Warden's, for fl 00.
1? 1'ockllngtoo, JeQeraon, L*<iy, Telegraph,
Barrr, Wilder, Delawtm, Brighton or Duchess,
for 81 00.
C Niagara, Vooro's Ktrly or Umpire 8tale, for
8100, In a collection of other varieties
Vine# atrlcily flrat claM, aud very low by tho 100
or 1000.
Alao, Ba?T>bcrrlea. Blarkbcrrle*, Btnwbcrrloa,
Currants ana <ioo*berrlca In variety.
Persons dculrlog 10 plant umall fmlta J- c requested
to aeud llat of wh?t they want, to be
prlccd, bcloro ordering elsewhere. Addreaa,
jt/6 daw Wpft Alexander, Pa.
Oliver's New Chillled Hill-Side Plow.
Bewaro of oonntctfelt Polnta for Oliver Plow*;
the genuine lor nlo by
hoge ?fc into.,
_ fcO irwgAW No. 1113 Market 8L, wc?t tide.
Alaska Pea.! .
fboEarltaatPoa Grown. For pile by
j |?g 1?JO M?ln Slrort.
! DCAIlTICC Bbroi^lro, Ol. ttta 'of. SIIKBP
i DlAU IILO Jeney Urdu and Berk?bi?o Iiocw
> J*. IJOCka ?Dd B. lrghorn L'hlckcm. HHONZl
; Turkey*. P?S?aiid O.UIF In w??im J5NG1NM
' Mill#, II. P'ra, ?a. tx*t and cheapest; P?y11
? umber. KatUlaction guaranteed on all.
C|| ne BO cent book for 80 oenta aDd nano
ylLUo andaddrewaf twenty wldo awakoKara
; ?* ^ "?te?W,^o*ll?KADOW.
S no2Sw Kejwr, W. Va.
a: I onocmtif-', rrr.
f| M. RE ILLY,
=Grocer, Pork Packer
i Celebrated "Strawberrj Hams,"
' Nos. 1309 and 1311 Main Street,
My own Cure ol Gboloo Bmokod M?ta delivered
diilj from my fork Houae at iUnohMler,
[ General Groceries in the State 1
? ' > ?"n i ?rrv w * trrr v T?? /ini)
t'AXiUll Aaxf ramiui cuvujti
[ Hole control In tills city of
"FecrW Patent,
'Faultless'* family,
'Oat Favorite" Family,
| Finest la tho market.
> Hold Agent for DuFont's Bportlni;, Mining and
, lllartlngFowder.
*<rijcadquarters forKckcrmann & Will's celobrated
Church Candles, >11 stylos. ?y!8
rotatoes, dry and free from frost, at (
Tho Standard Flour m rood ai pvpt. Jal 1
(Slstera of tho Vlsftatfoo,) <
A school of moro than national reputation, offert 0
oxooptlonal advantages for thorough oducatlon of ^
/oung ladies In all dcwrtmcnU. Library of six y
thousand volumes. Fin* philosophic*.', chomlct)
and SAtronoroical apparatus. ?
Mii?!cal Doportment specially notod. Corps oi
plauoteacners trained by a loading profasoc irora
Conservatory of riiuttgarL Vocal culture according
to the method of the old Italian masters.
Location uncurptusod for beauty and health,
Ten acres of plesraro grounds, board excellent. For
catalogue?, and references to patrons in all
It: o princJp&l ciiiuc, aildrtu ** 1
Washington School or Elocution e
MSB. M. 8TXVXNB IIAKT, Principal, ?
004 "M" Htroct, N. w., Wabhinqtom, d. 0.
Sixth Annual Session beglfta Wednesday, Sep* j
teiabor?S. *,
Course of instruction embraces Elocution, Practical
Engl Mi and English Classics, Latin, Matlie
mattes, Modern Languages. Vocal and Iustrumenial
Music and Physical Culture
The Principal is asrtKiod by an efficient corpc of
teacher* tn each deportment.
Graded classes lor boys aud girls daily.
Adult nla?os and private instruction given In Uio
Diplomas awarded. A limited number of pupils
ccoramodated In tbe family.
For circulars and references apply to Ihtzlu* i
9ENCKB office. auHl J
System bated upon nature's laws. NO SECRECY y
?NO THICKS. System explained lo thoso Inter- ><
Testimonials from physicians, educators aud pa- a
trout, wiio bare received benefit tiom tbo method ?j
of instruction. Address, hi
Mas. U. STKvJtMB HABT, Principal. k
Wellington School of Elocution and English hi
Language, ?
004 M Street. N. w., Washington, 1). C.
Students ?>oardcd in family of Principal.
#021 H
=========================== %
c- s r tUci'On8 a w? iwihUEna. H
Contractors and Builders. '
Estimates furnished on work of all do6crlptfou#i
maxufattcksjh op
Ooors, Sash and Frames,J
And Dealers in p
Lumber, Latii, Shingles, &c. {j
Ppcclal attention given to Stair Work. S
we have engaged a first class designer and make i,
a specialty of modern and artlstlo store aud ofllce ?
furniture aud interior decorations of all dosorip- a
tions. v
Office and Factory, Cor. Nineteenth A BoiT Sin- v
M 11
? MA AM A !;
EOW. L KUSt & liU.
Wlsli to announce romo Tory plowing now features _
to bo found in the Now callgranh, and respect- .
fully Invite all interested to call and examlno
Cabinets, Desks and Htands for Writing Machines. 11
W? keep iho finest slock of Linen Paper to b? .
found la tbe Btate. *11 sue* and grades. Legal '
linen with marginal lines. exprw?ly lor Wrltlug
Machines. A ho loiter and note *lzea. Carbon pa* .
per "for ma&lfoldiug," all culois.
We aro /gents for the Cyclostyle, 1,800 copies of a 8
circular or lo'.tw written on th? ''augrapli, can bo
inado by lis une, each copy equal to tho original. J|
Wo alxosell tho Fektoffrapb.by tlie-uso of which
100 copies of a written document can ho made. 0
AddrCNS un forfamplo books and prlco lists; full ^
descrlpilvo circulars on application. H
Ja20 B!i Twoifth qt. Wheeling. W Va. <2
Iwwe pSw'iTurtorid
nerve restore*
?T?//DRAtIf&NlCIIVKl)l3rASI5. OnifttiU
Mr* /. r A'/m /*,'/>. /Wtf. / /!, >'/< >/>J>, ?'fMLIkt.lt
if taken ?? direct*!. A* J aim/ltr
Say'i titt. Ti??h>! in I Ji trill bottl* fr**t?
vr^rrrr 'r PROF. LAKK'S I
No Snuff. Liquid or Salve. J
[XPnWRIfllTrca Warranted tocoTBCoUrrh, Noa*
liHmlncliH. Co!d?, AijtBma,
M\WU/Hn**neM. KnlilriK KyeitlRht. &0. A I
njui.ImJX) rurtire Kunrnntrcn ??r rioney TOriinAvVlrriaifunded.
' nt no*tpalfl fortPl.OO.
yiijifKfZL'fli A ge w?? >Vnnte?l. Address
(4slffi2?lark's electric cure co.,
?va?v&?r -Vi 1.11 Monroe Nt., Chicago.
fo4 paw
i fiisfforlnfjfrom tho effect* of youthful errora, e*rly
iltcay, WMtlnc woakiu-M. lo?t m*nhoo?l, ctc..I will
, win! a valuable troittUo (lental) containing full
put I.-ul urn for botne euro. FREE of charge. A
H-lendld UHxlical work ; nhouldlxi road liy every
niaa who U xiorvoun and debilitated. Addruw,
lh)f. F. c. VOWLEB, flood us. Coon*
For tho Bath, Toilet nnd Laundry.
5now Whlto and Absolutely Puro.
If jmnr dealer <ioc? not ke?*p Whlto flood 80s p.
lead 10 cent* fur ccaiila cuke to tto tuak6*%
f, H. Vamcx. ? - President
m 8. DMLAruaii.^ -.^..^...^.Vioo-l'rociatE t
micro ss.
J. JV. Vsnce, ?. florkbelinn*,
J. M. Brown, W. Ellin* tisti,
L. 8. Pci*r?sln. A, w. Kelicj.
John Frew.
Draft* lNned 011 England, lre'iiuJ, Scotland, scfl
11 polnU in Korupe.
. JOHN J. JON'JW. CWiler.
I1PITAL ? .... fl76,K0
ft/. A. Inn.,.mNMM..HMHWMM.,M. I'm!dent
in. n.fiix?sou ?. Vloo-Preildinl
i.'tiui on Xniland, Irclaud, Frsnce and tieisuij,
Va X. Itetl. Wra. B. BUnjacD.
J. A. Miller, John K. JJou'foid,
jl m. Atkinson, victor Bostraouii,
Houxy Bpejox.
'3r<' y. p. jri--.org. &r,
OK WiimJNG, w. YA.
l.vriTM ~..?~,.......,..~?l00.000
Jnsnroa againit !om or damage by fire and light*
Ins all cIwbob of dwdrablo property, al*o loaurw
irjooa on the Wenlern lralcra.
, N Vanoe, President, M. IleJllT, Via*President,
, L. Btrochlela Boc'y, J at. P. Adams. Aa't Boo,
J. N. Yarn*, M. RoUly, L, 0. fitUel.
), H. Uobbe, 0. W. Vracahoiin,
table taking effect SUNDAY, PP.O. IK. 18a7,
vmnwr train will run u /olJoira-Ccntral tJnjej
NO. V. No. I So. 3. No. I.
u.ns. a. m. a. m.
esve?Wl.nclliiK ? :i:(X HOC' C'45
ouwood.opp. bciialre 3:1.' li:is 7.03
touiidfvlllu-. 3.86 11:36 7.30
p. m.
larlnirton............... 4:15 13:l!> B.U1
cir M.irMjjn'lUo ~ 4:49 12.40 8:ao
litcrsrllle. 5:P5 l:tt> 8:66
rlcndly, opp. Matam'ra* S: 18 1:1? 9;0S
L Mary's...... 6:50 1:40 9:,0
?IlllAxnBtown,opp.Mar'ta......... 6:40 9:'A) 10:25
arJcwbburg,......... 7:16 8:?> 11:10
ip in.
ollevlll?.....?. .... 3'50 12 01
LurraysvlUe ........ ~ 4.W 12:28
AvenswootL. 5:4* - 4:40 12:55
etart... 1:83 6;20 1:40
ewUavcn. 7.0C ......... 5:43 2.05
tartforiL. 7:05 5:4? 2:10
[awmClty.opp. Poe**roy 7:if> r. 5' i m
Uftoa, onp. MlddlsporL t;i - ' 8:24
rrlvo i"olnt Plcuani JrA ...?. C:4'; 8.C0
M K. A O. Junction- 0:45 8;C8
GalllnoHn 4:45
" Llurlwtoa. ?S:'/5
a. ra.
11 White ftulphur.... 5:00
M). 6. No. 4. No. 2. .la 8 '
a. in a. m a. ir. p. m.
eavo?K AO.Junction 10:45 8:45
olnt Plua.ujt... in:S0 6:16 3 50
llilon - 11:81) 6:V 4.82
[aaou City, opp. Pomeroj 11 :*A 4;S7
[artluid.................. 11:4' 7:03 4:47
ewJiavcn ll:*7 ':<*? *'.M
P in
?tart '2:10 1-:.v 5:20
lavexuwood_ ~ 1{'.U> 8:10 6;C5
lurraysvlllc- ? - 1:? 8:H*
arkenbur^ - * #:Hf> 8:45 9:45
^illiamKtowu.opp.Mar'th 7:IC 3:SC 10:26
LUnrr'a. ......... ?:55 4:92 II:>
tl'i'idiy, opp. Matcrn'rw h:Z't 4:52 11:85
Uicrsville- ?? 8:^) t:Co ll^" ..h?m
p. in
ewMartluarillfc.?? 9:00 f:30 12:1(
larlnxto:u 9.1.0 6:6ft 12:85
[ouuujsvlllo.. 10:10 G .1*) 1:15 ...mm*
enwood, opp. Bollalro... io:?' 6:V. 1:H&mmmm,
Trlvc?n'hocllng - 10:4^ 7:1ft 1:53
irivo-Olovelind.......... f:lt ....~h j
ltishurKh.......... J!:A 6;65
a. in. u. m
l&rriabnrg.. ?:? '.' (/>
hiladelpfila 6:0U Wj ??
ew York 7:3t? 7:30
Wail and Northwest p m p. to.
<0'*ark 11:60 C:?0
olitmbu* - 7:<u
a. m pm.
hlrago 9:m ft :?) ..
Bunday train* on K. & 0. Railway arftvo at
barli ston at C:10 p. m. waiting lor O. X. It K.
rain No. I at Point Pleasant, Thl* 11 *b?
ino, and parties purchanluK tickets should ask lor
Icketx via. the Ohio Kiyer Uallrosd. For inform*.
Ion regarding raus, route*, etc.. address
W. J. JtOJUNOON, Kuii'l Pawi. AtfSXi.
Parkcrsburg, >Y. va.
Tray Pass. Agent. Whaling.
Baltimore a ohio kailboad?
1 'eparture of trains Iroat Who?l!ng. flchedulo
a ?fleet November 20, 1M>7-Faiturn lime;
Express for cbicagoand the Northwest, 9:60 a.
3 ,3:4 Pp.w. lO:CO p. in. daJJy, audi J -.lbp.in.CiLl]},
xocpt Saturday.
KxpK?i for Oinolnnatl and Ht. LouIa, 9:50 a. a.
ally, II :1ft p. m. daily exocpt Haturdsy.
Kxprew fur Columbus aud Cincinnati, *2:43 a, ci,
u no ay only.
For Columbus,9:50a. m. d^J'y. snd 11*18 o r?."
tally except Saturday, and 2:2, p. m. dally cxcopt
Express for Washington, ?>. v., Baltimore, Pfclla*
clj)bia and New York, 6:40 a. in a:id 5:45 p. in.
Vnr Pittsburgh and Washington, 1'a., 6:00 a.m.
nd 7p m. daily; Exprty*. N:i0 a m , 1:45 p. m.
laily except Sunday. Additional wny 'ruin far
imr.uiu^iuu. a m . u? mbiij "
For fcoundiville, 12:0u noon, <3t>^iy except bun*
For Grafton, S:45p. in, dally rxoept Sunday.
for Cumberland, 8:3" a. m., dally except Sunday.
For fit Olalnvllle, H:W a. m., i p. ic. aud 5:44
>. m daily exceptUunday.
Kxprcwt iraliwarrlTi; irum CbJ(*po,C:40ai]d 9:60
? m. and *>:45 p. m. daily, and b:0U a. in. dally exept
Kxprm tralna arrlvo from 8t Lou la and Clnoln*
latl. 5:0C a. m and C:*J> n m. dally.
ExprcM train* arrive from rblladolpbia. Baalaoruaad
tvaxblntfton, 1K C,, 10:W a. m. and 10:54
i. in. tfa'ly.
Tialtta Arrive from Columbua, 6:W a. m. dally,
ud 0:45 p. m. daily, aud 10:30 a. m. dally cxcupt
Tralui arrlvo from Plttabnrzh, 9.10 dally, and
2:41V p. m. and 0:55 p. in. dally exo*pt mi uday;
!0r.m dally except tiatusday, aud 2:40 a. u,
louoay only. ... ., ? ? _
Tralna arrive from Wtthlngton, Pa., 8:00 a. m.,
1*1 ly excer t Huuday.
Trains arrive from Monndavlllo, 1:40 p. m.,
laily except Monday.
Train* arrlvo fiom Grafton, 9:25 *. a., dally ex*
!cpt cunday.
Train* arrive from Cumberland, 6:60 p. m , dally
xcept Sunday,
Tralna arrlvo from Bt ('laln>vUlo.8:40 a. m. and
.:</> an J ?:4& r. m.. da'ly except Sunday.
ji?r.wi called toe and chwkert *t hotel* and
caldcucva ou ordeti left at ticket oClco, 1'iUO Var
retklicci aud at depot
O. K. LOHD, Uoa. Pan. Aytnt.
w " 'T.KYKNTH, Manager.
LOU IK RAILWAY 00.-J*auhandle Route,
3ndA tthedule In elTcct MAY n, 1W7. tralna
earo Wheeling, Central Standard time - For liicnwnvilleand
PltUburuh. 6:35 a. m , 12:86 p. in.,
1:20 p. m. For Bteul?envil!?, ?:05 p. m. Tho 6:?
u m. an a m. uair* in?ico auoct conuocuoo
or Oolambm, rinclnnttl. IndlanapolU and CM*
jako. Tho 12:u p. m. train make* dlrec: csrmocv
tfou lor Oolumbiu and Cbicaxo.
Train* arrive at Whtcllng, 6U5 a. m., 10:16 a. m.,
2:4* p. m.. and 6:00 P- ra. cvi<
Qlevkland & pittsburgh railKOAD.~nndcr
achodule lu effect JAN. 2J,
uxv?, train* IcaTO Bridgeport, CcDtral HuuiOard
time: For Plttabnrgli aud Cleveland. 6:10 a. ?n.,
1:W p. m. For PltulmrRb, 10:17 a. m. For War*
til Jo, 4:U p. Et. For htaubtuTlllc, *:? a. ? For
M*rtln'? Ferry, 6:45 n. m.
Train* arriru at Bridgeport at 7:6S a. ta.. l&W a.
Bm 2:43 p. ra., 5:'J? p. u.. 4:54 p. v., and 7:47 p. m.
All kinds op ,
Neati7andpromptijrexecuted at tn?
Mm. It and 77 Fanrtaaotli fltiML

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